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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEM BER 24, 1890.
$2.EO a Year.
lift—was a lar , wi e les< desert fact that the Indian witn- s s, who
waste Now it is the centre of the knew all about the murder, were
largest diamond field ever known.1 tampered with. The Judge i<| dis
J. W. ASHFORD,
Here was found the famous dia charging the prisoners scored them
Ashford &. Boyd,
mond now owned by the Countess as living guiltv of the offense.
PHYSICIANS A- SURGEONS,
i f Dudley, weighing 83$ carats and
The killing of Bovle follo-vvd the
d P roprietors .
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Washington, Sept 12.—Nevada’s valued at i 125,000, first sold by the discharge of Ferguson’s murderers,
open Every Day except hunda*. from 9 a m to 4 p m.
O T h e i i W. E. Gra c’a Drugstore.
I u R M a lartaj
EK LAW «.
population in 1880 h as (12,226. The Hottentot fl uler to a B ikt farmer has so incensed the settlers that \ery La 1/ 111 Hi j i n i / j -» as /toil ».* U th;
ire ■ to gl » a » »
r dura uut answer I he m
census oU890 shows a populut on for goods (estimated at much al ove thev declare they will send their
d. vs n.u take h:a paper
rvtifC'ii for i h n.»l oeiux Lr . f« n.lVl« ri wi> I Ul». ()f 44,327, a decrease of 48.8 per their value) to the amount of (2.- women and children to Miles City
fl,» »¡.i uiak< ß ¡he P-
and start on a war of extermination
ge pubHaher f«-r p«' ment
DENTIST,............... B urns O regon
£?v » h b paper ’ ir
against the Cheyennes.
lì arreara .va. r lhe Pu »
Igi-ii i. nu il pa ment ia
L ist spring the settlers were vir
kb., e am. uut ..hcihirit
offbeat residence. in the J«»*n R.rbii B«>n
b or noi
There «an e huii- i ic. an • in prepared To h tend to ihc
to the House, receiving a large m; • Crcarv of Kentucky »ill introduce tually without ammunition and
itili pa men ia made
pr*i i e . f • eiu s r it nil i b bran« he«
~iHk'ß a puper fr.an he
TruJi extrut ted wilhou pain b\ ai l of gass.
jority. His friends think his elec- a resolution in jhe House to-morrow arms, but now they are well sup-
fed io hia uif’.ne .«r un
b au k ri-ie «-r n.«.. is
tion will put a quit-ills on Bl.iine’s cal.ing attention to the death of p'ie?, and the p-ospectignre for Be-
ASSETS OVER A QUARTER OF A MILLION DOLLARS.
luta h’a paper a « ppe I
T. V. EMBREE, M. I).
chances for the Presidency, making General Barrnndia on board of an rions trouble on the re erve and in
eher ■ « n iuu- ß
"The Leading Company of tho Pacific Northwest’*
la »..un i •««» pu
•« r il if
onit-ei, hi« r— » <«■!.. is«e»u i<io ot su- it a certainty that Reed will receive American vessel and suggesting the its vicinity.
B o»’i e
Thia pn- eu- a
I9‘ ries-l’RiV.lTK DWEI.I.IX- H INliFARM I'KorKKTTA SriCULTY.
il mua pa » Í« r »• imi bu vics River, «» t iriiet Lt!.>w burnt».
Governor Toole recommended to
, the nomination by his party for that propriety of an investigation. The
< i .«ed thaï re b. a’-'R U
resolution wiil be r f r.ed to the the department that the Indians 1 e
------------------------------ ---------------- office in 1892.
trlct-i' u R »r.«m lhe p. «
The Farmers’ Company.
j um aüed for, withou
Committee on Foreign Affairs. removed, but without avail.
prima fu» ia evide »« e «»I
News from the agency is anxious
OF SALEM, OREGON.
Washington. Sept. 12.—The In The text of the resolution is as fol
D. L GRACE,
ly awaited, as there is not only a
ios rate -
mankp, Application« f«»r
Resolved. That the filling of strongfeeling against the Cheyennes
Pub.i. a.i.«.. .N.»ii<vR, t vireciiy hug prumpily of Oregon, so far as applicable, to
Decufl. N. mcb , aud M«»rigagtfe
Hx Mum ba
cuartea rcMBunubic. li-oü. the District of Alaska and to auth- General Barrnndia on the steamer I ut also against Major Carroll, in
orize the United States Circut Court Acapulco by the authoritiesofGuat charge of the t-oops there, as the
of Oregon to try eases arising in , emula^while o > b intd an American settlers claim that he Ins aided in
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Alaska, was to-dav sent to the Jud - "hip, and while under the protection the escape of Ferguson’s murderers
J NAT. HUDSON,
srald «ad Harr.r
.-raid und 'lur ' r
ciury Committee, Chairman Platt of the flag of the United States, de
A T T O R N E Y - A T - L A W.
raldsnd Har er
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of the Territories Committee report mil nils immediate investigation, and
raid and Aidai '• H« "
Office: BURNS, OR.
Chicago, Sept. 12—Colonel R. E.
adì addi: lai al <UU ' ' "
ing that his committee did not pro the President is requested, if not in Gooddl. World’s Eair Coiiiiiiisrion-1
(et.¡a ttxtra oar Fì>in
’s rly have jurisdiction of the bill compatible with the public interest, er from Colorado, paid to an Associ
¡ne»' a- .e sure h» tbc Kvi «i:i* K '>•"
M. 0. HOPKINS, P roprietor .
The object of the measure is to to lay l.efore the House of Repre ated Press representative in an in-|
wi i : k .
secure jui.ical determination by the sentative« all iiifiirmation in his tvrview to night: ‘ The people need i
have no fears al out having ample'
err - RNF.Y a T LAW
EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CLASS.
United States Supn me Court of the possession concerning tiiis transac room for their exhibits. There will I
u. its >rcgon.
lights of the United States in Behr-
be at least 600 acres in Jacksons I
Park and the jdaisnnce or tin: lake1 This Hotel I« new f House. Room ».and Furniture) and oAorscourteoua servie, i. .ves,* G. est
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i Chicago. Sept. 12.—P. Alexander front will simplev nd.I seventy-five
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: gton. Sept. 11—Senator Johnstone, a mi d-ieader, porform acres more. On the lake front are
to be placed buildings for the fine
IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOUSE.
li ij< r ived ntiim roll- teh - ed a feat in this city yesterday arts. This place is to be simply
>-dav. cn .taini g inquiries which eclipsed all smaller records used as a gateway to the great ex-
.. i id' ill gms i .to IL- hud ¡.een doing many remarka nositimi proper at Jackson Park
i: ct .u ;...sacr t..e Senator lias l ie things, and finally his manager One admission from either end will
r t rr. <1 Sun Fram-ircn merchants d cided to attempt the test which cover the whole show, and no extra
charge will t.e made for transporting'
lo ti e >an Frur.ci co papers. Tin- result'll in the death <f the ’veil visitors l>y water or by rail I etween)
Cenerai Blacksmith Waeon-maker.
ill ¡.ui.-: into ,fh , i Oi to! < r 1st k. o v mind reader Bi-Ii in in New tin gateway on the lake front and
II . SMilHL
______ LA< kvikw , O rwgss .
: ■ d Ir.::1 fo: i-ign ports Yo k -that of finding a name in a I the main exhibit at Jackson Park. I
' I to e August 1st will have until legisier and pronouncing .t. A I The time required for the transit) p k rief’ todo all Kincfl of Wo n th Mai kamlthllne. Horae Fhoring at |?.K j-lt Bead.
Y o D ü
' Nov. ml.c-r 1st to reach Ami rice <■ .'in mitte.- of well-known newspaper will l e only about ten minutes, and I
i ports, v itheut I ei: g su! ji i t to the men and physician drove in i buck all the way is along the cool and
z-R U G G I E 8, W AG0NS, ET C.,->
■. < r Neu.
/Ve Car’d -veil,
MADE TO ORDER WITH NRATNKRK, AND OF OOOO QUALITY.
iinercared duty Tbose ie.iviug tore- from the Auditorium lintel to th' beautiful shore of Lake Michigan.
1 it mem
UÄ I’H • >’
> I 10 ü N F. Y -- A T - L A W I iun pods .-liter August 1st nil! • e Grin d I a ific I y a tonttfiTUs route . As for Colorado and California and
A L L W 0 R K WARRANTE D.
i. U U B Ulb.iUA
h ..etok RI’UH.
all of the great empires in the west,
I HNS. O k
l.v and, going to the register, selected
:■ I •
lit ..nr h . er !««••
they will be amply provided with
th,» new Tariff' Bill
1-e < r
Le C. S. I.iiuu i'Hi -e.
a name. Leevitig one of the num-1
!«• paid, .ti
¿¿•Afe' «■ Ml. pul».I hi
i space, and especial care will be tak-)
L and M atters a S leiialtv .
H l VTTIÍ s I'-'K I- •*>« u ' <ii^i'' F. • < h
her in iharge of the register, thei
>r I7.UM a
rrtage. hi.r»h. •* 1 1
vn 1: “
for eiA I
en to provide for their minerals, ag j
h on h Imn • b i i e. cB *
returned to the Auditoriim. win re
L.a )» vSæfferc
re i_¡ ' b k
ricubural, live stock and fruit exhi-
Demo- r etie State ticket: <*>v rn- Johnstone had remained in the cus
or, T heodore Winters; Lit utenni.t tody of another committee man
LHU íí J
I Governor, R jSaddl r; Congressman, They bandaged his eyes securely.
Eilenburg (Oregon,) Sept. 12.—
(I W. Cassidy; Supreme Judge, J. Johnstone instantly rushed down
T A M. KINNON,
.; h ’- k ’ ■ h «4 anr.e ing done «>»• ah i II.
MacMillan; District Judg-s, the stairs, mounted the l ox of a An exciting shooting nff'rav occuri d '
h - u icrma.
« h ub n i «;•'
. ■ ui. h.a«e p ate " furu.Bbr
1* itzg ' .1 hi. l OI NW. I oidlilhUd Dllil carriage ami drove, blindfolded, to at the residence of J. C. Gray, one I
K isn ; Sieri-lari of State, J T. the Grand Pacific, avoiding cadle of the most prominent residents of I
. : 1«- L
I» k > n I- -
| Bradv Contrôler. Chas May; At ears and thousands of vehicles on this city, shortly after noon to day.
u V« .i
Everything in our line of the Best. Liquors— Whiskies, Brandi«*,
Ü.lkn I 3 MiTT.lt.
torney General. W C l.ove: State the way. He rushed to the r gister The trouble arose over a father try
Wines. Fancy Drinks, etc., Cigars, etc., always on hand when
I itu iu fornii
ing to get possession of his children
you cull on “Mack,” nt Drewsey, Harney county, Or.
IRACTORS A BUILDERS. Treasury, N. I! A Mason; Clerk turned the leaves rapidly, found the
Li-ri. thetf nJ
I of Supreme Court, W W Booher; name, repeated it. gave the number l>y force. Some few years ago
u« w liK DONE NEATLY.
tiniouii. 5« a
I Surveyor General, T. K. Stewart; of the page and the date of the Miss Louise Gray was married to
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i «riinlt iiiid
i evi P. .‘iwr.uii (
T. M. Russell of Albany and the
iti fieitr twF
1 Supt. of Public Instruction. W. G. month.
Ju t «'i inaine !
ughrfu ecu ti
fruits of their marriage were two
;c i lattai d
: kó I irhì
Re<:fk iu Pr.«ci«.r '
a 1 oy and agirl. Mr. and i
i e' juuH.; r. 1’.a v •
creiuiah .. «-UBk
’ burn and Deal. The platform fa- chill, which threw him into a cata Mrs. Russell were not living hap-)
W.U 11- -I- '1‘- »-'!’ S.V) >LK AND HARNESS SUOI
' vors secret ballot and a constitution leptic fit. The physician at first pity together and about two months
j . n . iMipb ,j c WELCOME - PuoritiETOR. al convention
pronounced him dead, but after ago Mrs. Russell came to live with
tu all utili rii*
•» .1. tl. Aib« be i
WASHINGTON, D. C.
■ R. imiter ilcr.t.m.ii
working over him for two hours life her parents, brineing the two chil-) C. A. SNOW & CO.
ID UN.' OREGON.
H..-VÍ1 V8 er Pu 1.1» CT
Pa’e iia ob ained, and *11 patent bualneM attended to promptly and fur moderate faea.
ti'cn with her. Russell followed)
. «•< '-ri e
iiuarv ui tati
Our Office ib < pp< Rite the L*. t>. Patent » flit c. and we can obtain ui leaa time thaa thuaa
. i hi.. Me ß i«»’ •
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remote fro«n tVHalt.iifiou. ocii<l Model or Drawing. We advine as tu patentability free
Fort Elizebeth 485 miles inland, to tin mind rendi r was resting e nifor- her and has been here for six weeks
i tu .k nKci
of < haiue; au<i we make no charge unh as paiciit is secured.
K. t». i-uuii.
II i said o'li. v ■ remarki d tl a‘ l.e I
Oil AS. SAMPSON---- B urns . O r Kimberly by rail, The gauge of tal ly, but is exceedingly weak.
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W in. i'. 1 vra
We refer here to ihc P« stnijiRier, the riupcriidenccni of Morey Order Division, and to
. W. fha er
< 11 billiiiiiK. k JI
would have his children if he had
offiiiu.a of the U. b. I’atA'ut office. Fur <ir< ular, advice, terms, aud references to aetaal
or b> «spriM.
clients in yuttrawn »talc uriuuntv, write to aix^e address.
reixh. •ktf BUI
M. D < Ll> FORD
Helena (Mont ), September 11.— to kill the whole Gray family. This!
■ the ;ars are fairly good, says a writ
» HAS. «•'. ilYi-K
,r e*, il voiuiMJ
er to an English journal—but the It is now ascertained beyond ones-
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r by uni.
KD; tlEXKV i-LH KAAX
line runs through a dreary, wholly tion that Hugh Boyle was killed by dren. A boy held his horse in the!
ih. ald bt ni*
r Unii, lu »vvifi
alley, while he went to the house
uninteresting country, except possi Cheyenne Indians.
W m . M illfm
.W. h. UB.M F.
He started from his ranch Fri and demanded the children. Mr«J
T. H. K osertb
ibi T. A. .w« K1NNON
region abounding in wild elephants day morning to look up some cat Gray was present and refused tone- -
A. A. co 1XO ADOLPH TUPKER - - P ru / i ’
W. E. ALHKHSuN
other game. The elephants tle. Not returning, a search party cede to his dema-ql. He attempted
—GENERAL REPAIRING— are said sometimes to block the -tarted out to look for him. and on to take them bv force, when Hugh'
A n . mkkm ««
Huses and Cottage«
roadway in a flock, paying no at Monday his horse, saddle and bri Gray came to his mother’s assist- j
Boyle’s body was found in a coulee lively tussle. Russell struck Hugh :
I). S. DOPE INS, A kchituct .
J. B HVMTIMGTOW Promptly executed. The building has been eu
for which he received a (lit with a
Kimberly was established about with a bullet in his head.
, Wltb 11«-'*
..H ARRIMON I k RLLÍY larged «nd Improved «nd ia prepared to «urn
,11 a US’
Ml)! fnr^'Rh DmlgrRof Ifonaca < of’««'« and Ma- ai«»na rs-atlng fF«»wi |H00ea np to a«>
«tut Nil kin' a . f i>in< ks » i hing on «bort n«dl<e nineteen years ago, and is a qu.iint
Special Indi.in Agent Coo;>er tel- pen knife on the arm.
filin'wanted. If *«»n meau l«> hulhl.»and |1 t<>nn a .dnaa and I wlllinal1)vuaportfc>-
I ria erta1 a
ami it. .he bet: «• > *e Tvrn.B < eeh.
11.i of. :< dcRijin 4 of duel inga Hketheona on die
E art O regon H erald
h. ai-, .»t»
town with a large open marquet sgrathed to Mlles City f.r th- Cor drew a large revolver and aimed at
full p'a i of ra h. full Rize de al a. t ompie c ape«»fl« a’i.«' - and Mil of materia a. al’ very
full n id romp e «' a » anv «.r iinnrv <arpenh-r or I ni da will hat« nutroubla In going
square in the centre generally till, d oner, w Im bus gone to the scene,
nhf-H l and romp e itm ihr w■ rk. And If «oudonoidio ) -a whai ton want, write mu
nmr," bl AS
Bc aPAl. CHLRvH
wha' rhana<*a ‘.n «'ra re made, and f m ill acroinmo« me »<u. or leave Ordern with Twa
at " »' I**
with Imgli bull.Ktk wagons bel mg i tie agency is auout 90 inllee from tol and it was discharged in his
If » mal
V.>u w ill it na - heap to erec-t a han<<a«»inc hoiiae an to waOe material on aa aw-
f .A K EVI EW. A RY EKT IREM EST.«.
a I T
buiidiux. Wil) aid p,u In ri <-one.rating )<»ur prtacut bciiding.
gb. the* P«« »»r in e«« h
hr,nd. Russell was am slid and
ing to the Boers, (I m li Colonist«) the the telegraph statiom
Jnhvr u./tM c
I the «-»i
ill a in. an i I:, p m
A detachment of troops under
of the surrounding region, the bul
p.l Hvtite— •• U ■ m
p k p «r.
locks I a ing lurge animal« 16 to 18 Major Carroll has been stationed at tion to-morrow.—Ex.
A a hi . and 4.SO p m
n K. SiR“
L’*’" ’"dT '
W 8 ch ma k er & J ewe) er, head lor each w..gon, and with the aget.cv since the Cheyenne out-
. ff. nl. I»'1
great horns. There is a fine ciu- . reak in June, and bo has taken
J. W. BONEBRAKE.
Front Livery Stable,
Robert Ferguson, a rancher, was situated in Burn«, opposite the
library Luiluing and a large, state
p rol» V*
]y Culhoiie Cathedral and som< killed by tiie Cheyennes in the Burns hotel. Mr. Wilson offers
... r «!■*■■£
other i r.-dita. k* building«, Tie early summer under circumstances this valuable Livery Stable for sale
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P. Il MURPHY.
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houses are generally ■ >f u.ibnrneG . iiuilar to the taking off of Boyle, at low figures. He lives in the
tel. r - er
E? WILL Brv THf nnri.i. tyvf . whitfk warranted to do U'Ad K
■ j ki -»y. N.
at Buy <»na Hundred Dollar Machiua.
oft E’ti<»X (:,<!..i es) i.r tuiidri« d clay. < f <• e
¡'lie Ii.dlui s were killing the ranch country, some distance from town, «0 I O
h u d fr »I
L >». O. A. K.
Ft. I < . ..IKl •1
HAY .y Gil \
■l e i i a «
wears longer without cost of repairs Ilian any «th«r inschin., h«s
r a ri
acr s ( Dilli 1 • li t. act I n pi event attention it requires. is his reason
no >nkribbon to both) r the operation. It neat, substantial, niok-
for ». iliug Tia re is m t a more
llth g I IK ..mimrilM* tin .
el-plated—perfect and adapted to al) kinds of typewritin g
I are «.t w*
Ulen I’rin in< Prt< it »sro<lure Rhirp. r’egn. Wgih’s ninnu
T «• to ten
.i-.rl , i y ».i i di siiti g to invest in
’ran I»- iiiadr nt one wit lug»*.
E i < r . lowyef
mini ter’, bunker*. utvrrhMMs.
*'•« tn i ki ni of prop rty, cannili e'li-r Au inteHifn*nt per on in a week can U< <me a <1< mh . i o ; ora or. or a ra| idone in 2 monibc
«V * day.*»
i- Itia in any town. 1 a 1 ini*
■ » axi V,
♦ J.OiKi oflewd any op rator who can do Letter work with a Type-
U.e (n i.d
. -il at tins uff.ee or o i Mr
Writer than that produ< v'* I vtlw Odrli fMF*Reliai 1« Agenta
o. , for roti are likely to lose
K »• » its.U
and SafaMuen wanted Special indu<*em< nta to Dealers.
For Pfiri'phlt fa. giving endoreementa, Ac., ad drees the
arguiti The«*t» la-is just v. hat
.i.al ll f li».
a a a L*
• ai»N. R<A>*to4^bY,
*• V*«« lite we .'vco.__i.-d .1 tv Lv.
THE BURNS REDAING ROOM.
THE HOPKINS HOUSE.
p e w r i