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O regon H erald
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20 1890.
other worthies who have lived out Justice Field hated Waite and fe’t
their days in the region of scorch-1 that it would be regarded as un-
I ing sun and burning sands.
professional for him to pull the
J. W. ASHFORD,
Once a year, on Jun? 23, which trigger of hie trusty thirty-eight
Ashford & Boyd.
is according to Arabian legands. caliber Neagle too often, or that it
the anniversary of the death of Able, would at least get for him the repu
the doors of the temple which forms tation of being to handy with his
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“Pack my box with five dozen ' a canopy over this supposed tomb I Naegle, which is not considered
Office la W. E Grace's Drugstore.
Upeu Every Day except ouuday, fr>m • a ■» to 4p a.
. liquor jugs.” What is remarkable | of our first parents remain, open all j good form in a United States Jus- Every Lady aud GeiMleman a welcome Visitor to the keadiu< Row*
<lva notice by
not anawer the
about this sentence?
< take hi« paper
fur it a not beinit I
rwtkes the p<«t
! to close them. Terrible cries of an- wreak his vengeance on the man '■
lier fur payment
I paper tliicuit DENTIST,
B urns O bxgon .
If y< u would quickly nd your gujgjj are 8ai<] to emit from them, who had dared to vouch for the
(tea, or the Pub
jntil payment ia
house of bed bugs put a small box a8 though the memory of the first- honesty and frankness of the man
luunt whether it
Office at reeideace. in the Jo^n Robinson
There can be building, and in prepareti to attend to the of rough on rats into a pint bettit ]fno~n tragedy still haunted there- Naegled into another world.
went ia made
practice of dent miry iu all its branches
i paper from the
. of benzine. Shake w.ell and pour lnajng which blind superstition be-
E. G. Waite is an old time- Re
ds name or an-
the mixture into cracks, crevices, lieve,
•rioed or not. ia
publican, and so is Benjamin Har-
holes and openings ofthe bed. The
I paper etopped
T. V. . EMBREE, M. D.
risoQ. Waite was recommended
Office at hia r*-«i(’ert e Ou the-east ide ot Bil- method is waranted to never fail.
i to pay for it if
ASSETS OVER A QUARTER OF A MILLION DOI.i >1
Thia proceed a vie« River, ter. xrilew below Burna.
Electricians of the New York re- for an office in the gift of thc Presi
pay fur what he
.‘The Leading Company of the Pacific NorthwoM’*
I cently found much food for vpecpl«- dent. and the recommendation was!
Cat refusing t<
snfilcient to secure a promise of jthe
1 from the post
r- ¿^»PRIVATE DWELLINGS AMD FARM PROPERTY A
The accou U of at ill maker
d fur, withuu
make by Henry Villard just before I ldace-
’ Notary Public.
cia evidence oi
just died in England shows that i 1 ___ :u «...
Stephen J. Field is a Democrat.
D. L. GRACE,
The Farmers’ Company.
eaild for Europe,
th .t » :*
he went to the Republican ad
Uand Flings, Contest Blanks, Applications for
Publication Notices, correctly and promptly year <br advertising.
OF SALEM, OREGON.
attended to. Deeds, Notes, and Murtgages
to certain expenditures for locomo ministration and demanded the j
egibly drawn up. Charges reasonable. 11-60. I however, are finding no particular
tives, because it was probable that
°f h*s fancied enemy, M aite,
and instead of telling him to go I J. C, PARKER Agent,
i leaves an estate valued at «25,000,- wlU,ln a iew J'tars ,he n,otne P°w hapli
. np)1 aniI
non „11 J..« »ill. »..a
i,’,.., ’ er every railroad in the United States ; bdl-k to 1119 bcnch and attend t0 the
pills and adrertis- wou](J be ch(ulged Another version : dutles for whieh the country paid
J. NAT. HUDSON,
of the story is that, being approach- ’ h,ra- thc «< P“bHcan administra-
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ed by a man interestedjn the devek tion consented to act as his heads-
Vol. 1,06 c
Did you ever stop to think what
| vour advertisement in the newspaper ! °P,nent ofa ncw electrical discovery
So soon as it became known that
•rks can ba ex
was seeking the political
C. A. SWEEK.
vour store in the evening and RO examined the same, that this conn-
THE HOPKINS HOUSE
Is are solicited
Waite because he hated
their work for
! home to vour family and fireside,'tr^ i8 on the eve of a
and bind the
him, a number of his friends went
te, r nd
I not thinking about your buisness at: ,cal a,ld ”'df»tnal revolution, so,
Office: Burns Oregon.
M. D. HOPKINS, P bopmm - ob .
great, in fact, as to do away with it0 hi,nand’ represented their ex-
all, then it is that the paper is being »-
treme jealousy for the honor ofj
pored over in hundreds of h’omes-I 8t'’a,,‘ as a «’«""fccturing and uio-
EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CLA88.
Field, said to him:
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
is drawn. And there is your adver- [
2N 00 I
not afford to notice so small a This Hotel is new (House, Room a. and Furniture) aud oFsrseouxleous ssrvleelo avary ftfeMMt
40 00 '
tisement doing its work silently,
DKMCX'Btt'Y OF CAI.I-
50.00 . urns ,
creature as Waite and wiil tarr.ish
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but surely, and if you have taken
the lustre of his great fame if he
Collectons, Lund bui-iness, and Keai
j pains to make it attractive its work
Estate matter promptly attended to.
IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOUSE.
pursues him further for publishing
| will be all the more affective. This
San Francisco Mail: Stephen J. his opinion of Terry.”
repeated over and over again, and Field, by grace of Abraham Lin-
ipoaiea aa to the
And the "greatest living jurist”
ideal with, cor
is no boubt what iuspir.-s some writ- i coin, Justice of the Supreme Court replied:
referriug to the
tuu our circula
ers to call newspaper advertising a of the United States, and by his .‘‘I don’t care a d----- what any
i yearly adver-
"silent drummer.’-—Polk County own admission, the most revengeful one will say. 1 will never stand by
)ib>c: Harney City and Bu ms
Cens rd Blacksmith Wagon-maker.
«ding to apace;
I | rtemizer.
1 man in the world, is liable to have and see an office given to a man
t no price,
an experience this fall that will do who advised the assassination of
L akeview , 0* m « h
H. . SCHLÄGEL
in 10 cent« per
Seattle and Tacoma have a reg- ‘»ore to give him a fair idea of the j judecfl anc] defended the assassin, „ I
W. W. Cardwell,
i charge per in-
h e eé.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. istered voting population of about ■ esteem in which he iB held in Cali-1 He swore and used bad lan p reared to de all Kind* of Wo n th Blackemitbllua. Horse Bheeiaf at
ak ia run iu with
5,000. Portland, at the last June , f rilia than he could learn from his ' guage, did “the greatest living jur
urns , O r .
Practi"e# in all th« court«of the Slate, election cast over 8.000 votes, and , associates in a dozen years.
Mtlvni. 11 each,
jmni, lie a line, Also, befoi • ihe U. S, Land Office.
has ful y 10/00 voters. The pot -' The Republican party intends to
L and M atters a S pecialty .
Thc very men who had given the
ied os news,
- Waite for Secretary vote of thig gtate to Harrison—
of Tacoma is placed
at 48,-' nominate
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1000 I y t''.e republican census take: s °f State, and if it does, 10,000 Dem found that they had less influence
and a little higher for Seattle. Port- oerats will scratch their own party in the Republican party than onej
land, with double the voters, has a candidate and vote for W aite.
I with ncatneaa
population, according to Porter,1 In October, 1889, an obscure Cali-
And. do them justice, they resent
Kruse, [Kelly <t Co., of less than fornia magazine that has borrowed it, and, finding no better way to!
T. A. McKINNON,
Jarda, Tiene a.
An. »nd all klndri of »urvoyina don« on »hoi
36,000. These gentleman who have the title of Bert Harte suttee fa- show Field that he did not ruu the i
notice «nd reaaouftble term».
Wishing to be. lucatvd, can have plat« furniahe
attempted to gather the census of | >nous Overland Monthly, published Republican party, made up their!
jly on file for re na< »1 thirto.
N« wap a per Ad
minds to nominate Waite for Sec-[
, Portland started in on a grand an article by E. G. Waite entitled :i retarv of,State and give thc friends |
farce, and they have plaved it out “An Estimate of the Life and Char 1 of the late Judge Terry ,i chance'
HeUen I Zum walt.
i E. M c K inney ,
so effectually that the disgust of acter of David S. Terry.” It was i t0 veto for him.
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS. the people is only equal to the the only paper published in San i
Everything in our line of the Best. Liquors—Whiskies,
JOB WORK DOSE NEATLY.
: characterofthe performance.-Port Francisco that ever made an at-i Law-er John R. Heinselmann,
Bmin HarriBon I
Wines, Fancy Drinks, etc., Cigars, etc., always on hand whw
Uevi P. Murtuu i
tempt to give the world a fair |x>r- whu defended three murderers who
Shop in Huston building, Burns.
you call on “Mack,” at Drewsey, Harney county, Or.
,111am Windum 1
trait of a famous Californian whom are now awaiting execution, said to-
r JohnW. Nobl« 1
Redfield Proctor ;
Some time since Mrs. Carl Kim
lamin F. Tra< ey .
Eamiab M. Kuak !
ble, of No. 44 Kindel avenue, gave man ever said a harder thing than hjg profession, believes that the kill- i
Fm H. H. Miller
ibn Wan«maker SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP
ing of murderers by electricity is
birth to twins. The doctors who he was soinetimes head-strong.
It was not a grand funeral ora- inhuman and horrible, and he will
J. N. PoljA
were in attendance at the birth of
| J. U. MJtcbeU J. C. WELCOME - P roprietor
tion or a finished biography from a I uke ¡'»n^'liate steps to have Gov-
the babes noticed that they were
ernor Hill respite all murderers
▼eater Pun never
ieo. W. McUritlc
by eiectricity un-
exceptionally large and well de partisan stand point, for 1 errv was j condemned to
.rbil M«'* >»'*
- — | veloped. Greatly to their surprise, a Democrat from birth, and Waite, til 1 the legislature meets. Mr. C A. 8N0W & CO. - - - WASHINGTOM, D C.
. J. Is. Mrklroy ------ -
Patents obtained, and all patent business attended to promptly aod for med snake to««.
> K » he»n.
upon examining one ofthe twins it wa8O,‘e of the fir8t mcn in State of Heinselmann said that this appeal \
P l<ord CHAS. SAMPSON - - B urns . O r
would be in the shape of a petition, j Our Office is opposite the U. M.J’atent Office, and we can obtain ia lesa Ua« than «9 mmi
J W. W. Th*.-*r
remote from Waehiagton. Bend Model or Drawing. We adviee aa to pabyniabUlty froa
w - a - t - c - h - m - a - k - e - r
and that when the legislature meets
of ebatge; aud we make bo charge unices patent Is secured.
large lower front teeth, which are I can Part-V-
.M. D Citrro»r> I
We refer here to the ruotmpater, the Superintendent nt Money Order* Dlrlsfoa. and to
,.€■»». r. Hvo«
at least an eighth ot an inch in
Let us see what he said of Terry s bill calling for repeal of the law.:
officials of the U. B. Patent office. For circular, advice, terms, tad relereaoee to sntoffi
t. D. s. Dl-.TlK 1
in yeur ewn State or couutv. write to above addreee.
length and perfectly formed The : character. On page 435 he writes: He had investigated and found that.
teeth are of a pearlv whiteness,
JT,erry’R1 J"”“ in many lawyers are bitterly opposed
.. wm . Miixjte
saying that he had a quick and vi- to the new law as cruel and inhuman.
.W E. uaacg
When arouged he Mr. Heinselmann said that the
, and look as natural as those of a o,£nt
T. H. R obsb TW
». A. McKlNMON
child 6 or 8 years old. This a rare was practically ungovernable. * • murderers awaiting execution are
.A. A. COAIM« ADOLPH TUPKER - - P rqa ’
,W. E. ALBKUSUW
occurence, and a similar one has Imperious and impetuous, he was a frightened out of their wits since
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never been recorded before. There terror to those he ha|ed, and __
his they had heard of the horrible death,
uo j of Kemmler, and it is believed by ;
have been cases where there was hate was strong. • • * Ho was
W m . altkow ;
ojwuikmi » in
i*“j of 1 prison officers that one of the men
one tooth when a Bingle chi.d was wea|fb and power, his chivalricten-1 will become crazy.
there dencies being ii the directian nftk»
of the ,
D. 8. H0PKIN8, A uchitbgt .
B. H o » tis « tom Promptly executed. The building hae been eu were twins.—Cincinnati Enquirer. people.
It has never been charged j
Grand Rapids, Mich.
Urgea and improved and is er epared tu turn
that he was in the interest of wealth
Will fnrn‘sb Designs of House« («Hinges, end Mansions toedac trom RMoa op
oufAll kinda of biackamithinr on short notice
|1 to my address, and I will mail you t
aad in toe beat atyle Term«: Caah.
that oppresses or corrupts
11.» of il designs of <1* sllfn»«, like the uns on lie in B ast O b soon Maa am * effir«
The Arabs claim that Eve’s tomb His latest acts were those of a death he was engaged upon the man-
full plan of ea« h. full else «Istalle. complete «pert«rations, snd to»l of materiel«, el
full and complete so anv urdinsry <-erpe liter or builder willhate pot rouble la
is at Jiddah, the sea port of mecca. foiled, angered and disappointed '»»cript of a paper for The Century s
ahead and rompletinr the work. And If you do not «nd Just what yon want. teM
what change« vuu dee're made, and I will acr««mmodate you. Ur leave Orders will TVS
The temlpe has a palm growing out man.
forthcoming senes on the California
Y» hj will It as r beep to erect a handsome bouse as to we-le materiel on aa^n*
LA Kt VIEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
ofthe solid stone roof (a curiosity
These brief excerpts contain u etp.rin(Jn)g p,lhl)
Californill).-1 aigbdy building Wllj aid you in re-const rue« lug jour present bcUding
which is of itself the wonder of the every line in which the character anj wag not oll|v
(¡„I wjth the
Orient) is supposed to mark the .' of Terry is estimated by Waite. - If several explorlngexjieditions, but to
show the language
~ a flatter-
U. ' narrate the writer’» intimate . con-
Wachmakerà Jeweler, resting place ofthe first woman. they »uv~
According to Arabian tradition, Evo ! er or a partisan, may heaven pre- nection with the events which led to
J. W. BONEBRAKE.
was over two hundred feet in height, serve me from a friendly biogra- territory. The work will be prompt
which strangely coincides with an pher. *
ly continued by Mrs Fremont. A
17 P E WRIT it
account of our first parents written
Strange to say, bis article made first draft of the »reticle bad boen
by a member of the french academy Justioe Stephen J. Field furiously made, and the subject had been so
p. H. MURPHY.*
of sciences a few years ago. who al angry. Field procured a copy of recently and closely discussed by
■ WILL BeY rax OO«ll Tyra WBITBB
WARBAWra* TO M
Genera! and Mrs. Fremont that 91 O
uivO».l!w*< 1x41«, gw*!.«
OREGON so claimed a height of 200 feet for the article and, showing it to Ida
she will have no trouble in complete-
both of the tenants of the garden of friends, showered imprecations on ing the manuscript, for which she It combines siMPticm-with dbrabiuty — speed , eabb or ofibatkm
HAY y GRAIN
wears longer without coat of repairs than any other machine baa
had already written an introduction,
EdetL Eve’s tomb, which is a the head of the author
no inkribbon to bother the operation. It neat, substantial, nick
giave yard surrounded with hijh
At any rate Justice Fields made as well as a supplement describing
el -plated—perfect and adapted to all kinds of typewriting
walla, and which has not been open. d up bis tnrnd that it was r’ght and
fine portrait of General Fremont LU« s Pytn lng P ts - it nrodeev avp, rlsse. kafibl« m.niy-ftpl. Twe ieMa cnotas
for a single interment for over proper for hiru to ’’ate E G. Waite. from a daguerreotype of ’49 or’ 50
can ba made «1 on* writings. tt’.kw. lawyer-.
inaeufa* I'.rer-, bu-iuee- men. eu .. ceeaot make akatter taT«eus«at lee SIS.
a thousand years, is the shrine
“Hates any man the thing he will appear in the Heptember num As Intelligent
rer«on ia s weak can becotue e Ueod < x .«»I ot , or s rvytdeM ia 3 aeetM
<>f thousands of devoted Ishmaelites, would not kill?” asks the astute ber of The Century, along with por
11.000 offered any operator who can do bettor work with a Typ*
who make a pilgrimage to the spot ‘•Shylock” i” that very excellent traits of Commodores Sloat and
Writer than that produced by the Odell.
once every seven years.
play, The Merchant of Venice,
ernor Burnett, iu an article giving
For Pamphlets, giving endorsements. Ac , address the
It is hemmed in on all sides by which was written by the late W aooount of “How California Came
ODELL TYI E WRITER 45CO., T ub R ookhiv , Curite, Ivu.
the tombs of depart'd shieks and j Shakespeare of England, xnd ae ’H<‘» the Union”
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STATE INSURANCE COMPANY.'
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