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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1S9O.
. j W. A8KFOKD,
Ashford 1 Boyd.
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS,
It is thought, that Honduras and
Nicaragua will have a war.
B urns ......................................... O regon
Office in W. B Grace'« Drue Store
give niitice by
r doee «ot a ’
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lue« WNt lake ti fv nsper
4NW*8 the v"Ml
Mlbltoher fur tn* nicwt
B urns O regon .
m hie p»p’
inut toW ¿i ( m K i p « -
mKZSnht whftl-.c.- it 1 Office st retudeace. tn the John Roblnsoi»
ceo l>e building, and 1« prepared to attend to the
inaîïcltiHfliymeni 1» mark'
practice of dentiairv in all it« branche»
I Teeth extracted without pain by aid of gaes.
/ . y* tolto' tiMEHK8»per from
¡to kkhW nai'" •" “n
•r be he« toiiiberibed << -."'t 1«
DR. H.M. HORTON
»«■■■■ber 'i"'.'i"'"-« I
T. V.. KMBREE, M.
<1 8whww botato! to
Office at hu r*«i<’er<e o.» the east
Th* prom « '>8
ter* rrilca below Burn«.
fur «h e 1
We notice in the Eagle, that the
' ranchers and sheep men are about
• to have war.
The first National Bank in The
Dalles, on Sunday night the 14th
inst. was robbed of 49450.
■ bars decided tb*t refnelng ’
affiHgKIroiii tbv P»*l
KVfltefa V » 1 ut < 1
D. L. GRACE,
The settlers in Cong valley, near
-Saimón river Idaho are very much
excited, fearing an out break by the
Laud Filose. Contest Blanks, Application« for
It is estimated that there are twen
ty-seven thousand married men in
New York City who are supported
bv their wives.
J. NAT. HUDSON,
ATTOR N E Y-AT-L A W.
,. 7. 90
nrkB can bw ex
The long contemplated railway
connection between Jacksonvill and
Medford is at last about to materi
C. A. «WEEK.
their work for
and bind the
, »nd r*v 11
It is not believed, by the Prine-
ville papers that young Byron
Springer committed suicido as re-
ported t>y the Oregonian.
Collec Aons, 'Land tni.rnes«. and
Estate iiH.t«r proniptlv attended to.
■| your natroutJie
■M pv»*ed an to the
to di al with, cor
■y referring lv the
u uur eircula-
Ell yearly adver-
ling to «pace;
charge per in-
k i« run in with
lion«, Il t ach,
mn«. H e a line.
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A man in New York has been
prisoned eight days for kissing a
girl against her will.
The River and Harbor bill has
passed congress, and is ready for
the Presidents signature.
JriPi e: Ilarney City and Bu rrra
W. W. Cardwell,
Charles Faye, a fourteen year old
boy, died in Brooklin a few davB
ago, his height was six feet and two
indies. Physicians say his death
was due to too rapid a glow th.
B urns , O r .
u 10 cent« per
Practices in all the court, of the State ,
AGO. before the U. 8. Land Oilli-e.
L and M atters a S pecialty .
O. J. Menocal and several others
on the engineering stall' of the Nica
ragua cauul construction company,
are in Washington on leave of ab
sence. They rejiurt commendable
progress on the great engineering
project, and the success of the
scheme, they say, is ¡.«suied
• nui U
i ! I » u
Anv and all kind, ol anrvaying dun« nn «J>oi
rt!e, Tlcie »,
notice and reasonable term». JfMF“ fc‘cVi5r
---------- | wfching to ba located, can bane »lata fnrninhc
,r on l,,*"f<wi»--- a»’. >< -hirsa.
K, M«w York
M c K innon ,
t . a
Hellen s Zumwalt
WWCT i . r Y
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS.
JOB WORK DONE NEATLY.
“Levi K Morton
Janita G ltUine i
William Win lots
Red fit-la Proctor
, lanjernln F. Tracey
Jerontlab M. Kuak
J. Wm H. H. Miller
J. N. Dol|*h
Binger Hermann j
E7 lieu. ta. McHriue
J. H. MvEiruy
\ K b. Bean.
. J Wm. i’* I-urd
) W. W. rta»)«c
M I» <AJFFO«D
I HAM E H YDS
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W. E. GBACX
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Shop in Huston building, Burns.
SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP
J. C. WELCOME - P roprietor .
KI UN’«. ORWiON.
CHAS. SAMPSON---- B urns . O k
u - a - t - c - h - m - a - k - e - r
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ADOLPH TLTKER----- P ro - i ’
J. W BONEBRAKE.
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I, ev«rv M«:ur«iay
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bt Fb. to. u.
P. H. MURPHY.
HAY F GRAIN
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a. Frica a. a wi.
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if »1 »I**
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THE BURNS READING ROOM.
STATE INSURANCE COMPANY.
They Farmers' Company.
THE HOPKIN8 HOUSE.
point in Maine to tho westermost
island in Bering sea is a little
more than 190 degrees of longitude,
so that it is full sun up in Maine
before it is sundown in Behring
A letter from the poaetma^ter at
Fort Bidwell conveys the informa
tion that the weekly mail service be
tween that place and Bunin has
been abandoned. This adds insult
to injury to the people who wish to
communicate with each other in
these sections. Formerly it took
us two months to get an answer to
s letter from Burns, and now as the
mail will be obliged to go around
by Ager, Portland, British Colum
bia and across Fidler’s Green on
the ice, one round trip a season is
all that can be expected.—I«ake Co.
Walla Walla, Wash.. Sept. 17.—
John Clinton, aged 19, came to this
city from Eureka Flat« and told a
terrible tale of fiendish cruelty prac
ticed on himself by two Kennedy
rothers last Saturday. According
t-> the story,Clinton and the Kenne
dy brothers had been working to
gether thrashing. Qn Saturday J-
Cenerai Blacksmith Wacon-maker.
being gradually foreclosed- The
lond-owning farmer is passing into
the condition of the peasant of
Europe and the process will go on
as long as the same system of tariff
robbery and railroad extortion is in
The electral college now stands
according to the lust census: Dem
ocrats 173, Republicans 247. Tak
ing the States as they stood 1888, it
would be as follows;
i e .
T h , - drewsey
M c K inney
P rbvbivvb «.
New York, 33; Pennsylvania, 30;
Illinois, 22* Ohio, 21; Indiana, 14;
Michigan, 13; Massachusetts, 13;
Iowa 12; Wisconsin, 10; Kansas,
10; Minnesota, 9; California, 9;
Nebraska, 8; Maine, 6; Colorado,
4; New Hampshire, 4; Vermont,
Oregon 4; Ne-
^°rth Dakota, 3; South
Dakota 4; U asbington, 4; \V yom-
< ld We>in»«f«' «zf rat h
“ h .
Kennedy asked Clinton to play cards he had lost control of his reasoning j
On his refusal the hruthers attack faculties and Dr. Honan was sum
ed and overpowered him, and bound moned for the purpose of a medical |
him with a rope. They fastened a examination. Since that time his
large rope around hie liody. The . mental condition has steadily im
other end was tied to a wild horse, proved and the docter thinks in a
u^u Imi DM «xv«|>l Suuduj. from I • m U> « » «.
which was turned loose Clinton 1 few days he will be alright again.
I vary laky »Il Int.» «»1 • «il>> a» Vlalkw lo ib» #•>» :l it Edarli» Ite k«w»K««e.
was draged by the animal quite a
distance before the rope became un
Oregonian: Red Bluff, Cal., Sept.
fastened. When found be was un
16—Byron Springer, a wealthy
conscious and fearfully bruised.—
stockman of Prineville, Oregon,
committed suicide her this morning.
Hs telegrathed the sheriff here last
Somora shadows have fallen
Friday to arrest two men for horse
across the pathway of this printahop
He arrived Saturday
AMETS OVER A QUARTER OF A MILLION DCLLAM.
and the editor is also the devil,
night with a warant.
Tommy Bugler who hafbeei m our
“The Leading Company of th« Pacific Northwest”
were tried and there being no evi
typesticker for nearly two yea
r- s ^ trivaje t>«tLu»'a ut» farm racrxarrA •rBcuirr.-^a'*
dence to oanvict them, were re
taken hie departure for Harney
leased. They had Springer arriv
countg^ and under existing oircum-
ed for false imprisonment and the
trie) wm set for 10 o’clock to-day.
OF SALEM, OREGON.
standing aro delinquents
_we are obliged to dispense' with At 9 o'clock a tn, people in tbo hotel
were startled by a loud report of a J, C. PARKER Agent,
an assistant. Bring u* in some wore
pistol, On going to Springers room
turnips, please; we’re about out. and
they found him lying on the floor,
are in peed of soma bacon, too.—
shot through the head. His re
Grant County News.
mains will be sent to Oregon to
Prineville News: Agreeable to a
statement made in the Burns H er
Ths war departement is about to
ald , Rev. Ira Wakefield has been
rcleived of his position as presiding ' test an invention for firing high ex-j
elder of the La Grande district, for plosives, which if it does all that is
M. D. HOPKINS, PBopwt*»*.
reasons not given. It appears that claimed for it by its inventor, will
Rishop Vincent ordered his remov ' make great changes in the construe-
EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CLAM.
al without making public his excuse tion of modern warships. The in-
for so doing, if he had any. Rev. venlor, Louis Gotham, of Chicago,
Wakefield is well known here as a j has teen making tests at Fort Sheri-
man of excellent Christian charac I dan for some time past. A descrip
ter, against whose reputation as an tion of which, with drawings and
earnest and devout man naught specification, he has sent to Senator
Farwell. Gothman is now in receipt
could be said.
ofa letter from Major-General Scho
Here is a picture, presented by field, president of the board of ord
the Omaha World, which complain nance and fortifications, saying the
ing farmer will do well to «tudy: matter had been refered to his board.
- - - - - - L ak « view , O m «» s .
“In Sangamen county, Illinois, : and that they were ready to proceed
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the home of Lincoln, one-half of that
farmers are now renters. Did Mr tion. It is probable the test will be p reared todo eil Kind» ef Wo nth Bleckimithliu«. Horee 8bceiv< at J2.M r?r beed.
Lincoln imagine that such a state made near New York. The inven
^-BUGGIES, WAGONS, ET C.,->
of things would ever exist at hi« tor claims that by his method 8-inch
MADS TO OSDS1 WITH VBÀTWSM. AMD Of GOOD 4CAUTT.
home whg. he spoke of ‘a govern I ordnance can throw a shell contain-
! ing over one hundred pounds of
ment of the people, by the people,
for the people?’ The forjes which
have worked this result at the three or four miles, and that one
heme of Lincoln are felt over the
The mortgages are
Wm. M. Hoag, of the Oregon Pa
On the night of June let in Kim
berly, south Airier, some vicious cific, remarked in a significant iiisd -
person or persons opened the cages, ' ner to several Albany nun this af-
in Filiiss’ menagne, containing the i ternoon that our people would have
wild animals and set them all free. a genuine railroad surprise. This
The scene which followed is de is good news, we are all willing to
scribed as being awful.
Ten or be surprised and are ripe for pick
ing. The truth is there is probably
twelve persons and several horses ing. -..................................
something going to happen, and
were killed by the enraged animals.
i though it is now pretty late in the
Beasoii, a big move for next year is
It may just be well to mention
that bncie sum's domain extend a in order and will probably occur.
little more man half way around Bring on your surprise. But for
the gioue. Therefore when any ot facts. A corps of engineers have
ordered U> the front to prepare the
Her Majesty’s subjects get off that
‘ chestnut aix>ut the sun never set- way and will start in a few days;
tn:g on the British dominions, we but just what their mission is we
can brag of the same thing, too. ’ have not learned.—Albany Demo
The distance from tho eastermost' crat.
Promptlv executed. The building h»;« been en
Urged and improved »nd 1» nrepsre«! to turn
out all kind» .«f bi»< kamiihing on «bort notice
aud lu tb» beat »t>l« Term». ( a»h
the p«»^or in e»ch
a in and PHOpm
*A.u»e— at 11 a m
a m. and 4 #) pm
11 a m. and 7:U)p m
The mind reader, P. A. Johnstone
whose skill as a mind reader, is
surprising every body.
Everything in our line of the Best. Liquor»—Whiskies,
Wines, Fancy Drinks, etc., Cigars, etc., always on hand when
you call on “Mack,” at Drewsey, Harney county, Or.
C. A. SNOW 4 CO.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
P»ient>nbt*in<d. end all patent busineM »Headed to prvmptly and for mederto» fee«.
Oyr Office M upp<*ite the U. ». Patent Office, and we can obtain la taw tiat than «tow
remote from Washington
itaud Model or Drawing. We advlee a« to panntairtifty tv«*
of chMK«; *ud we malt« no charge nulc«a patent ta »«cured.
We refer here tolte ro«tmaster, th« HuperinUndent of Mone? Order IHvtafea. aed da
official» of the U. H. Pafeut Office. For cirttdar, advb^B, tarns», »nd rrftmwoe« ta aeAaal
client» in yanr
BtaVi or countv. write ho at>«s» addwa»
Missouri, 17; Texas, 13; Georgia,
12; Kentucky, 12; Virginia, 12;
Tennessee, 12; North Carolina, 10;
Alabama, 10; New Jersey, 9; Mis-
sisrippi, 9; South Carolina.«; Lou
isiana, 8; Maryland. 8; Arkansas,
8; West Virginia, 6; Connecticut,
6; Delaware, 3; Idaho, 3; Montana, i
8; Total 173.
A very peculiar case is reported
However, all this means if the re-!
to the La Grande Gazette, by Dr.
Honan, of a man in Union county publicans carry ail the States they |
who spoke (lit first word the 17th did in 1888 they will have the above [
inst, after a silence of 17 years. majority.
D. S. IIOrKINS, A kchitect .
But the chancts arc they will not
The man is James Smith, brother
Grund Rapidi. Mkh.
Win forti'ab Droltna o» Knoara. < ot'aata. and Maitaiona reatina tram »so» a. a. aaaas
of Thomas Smith, who lives about do it.
figure wanfsMl. n y(,y me»u lo bulld. «end |1 lo my addrc«», and I will «i»il you » poftÄfo
li<> of 13 design« ut dw«ll|ng». Hkatheune i>n file In K art O segom H ibald uffie«, w1tb
Now transfer New York from the
5 miles from La Grande on the side
füll plan of «ach, full »ize d»t»i », compiei» »perificaiton», and Diti of material», al’ »«ry
fui! and complete a.» any ordinar» » arpe "ter or Builder will bay» nwtroublc In «olag
There is no poiMiiole republican to the Democratic col
ahead and romp!eting thè Work. And |f 'DB du not fi»d juat what you want, «rito me
wbat fhangrs \uu »lettre in ari e. and I will arcommodat» y»u. Or taar« Order« with TW«
doubts as to the facts in the case. umn and we have: republican, 214;
Il mali ». You will li »■ < heap tu erre! a handautne house as to wa»i» ns «tortai
•11htJ> building. Wllj ald )ou In re cettatructltig ynwr prese ut bcilding
In 1873 Mr, Smith was prostrated
It is now claimed that Rhode Is
with a severe attak of fever, and
during his sickneM lost all power land is democratic. Transfering its
df speech. He recovered his facul electral vote to the democratic col
ties in every other way and is phi»- umn it would make a tie vote of
icallv as atrong
the average man 210 each.
However, without Rhode Island,
and in fact has l>een an industrious
worker all these years. He had
taken a land claim and came to the the two doubtful States, added to
land office to see about it, and in the democratic column of 188«, the *«ar W'U. Bev THE <>f>l>.LL rift WHITF.lt. WARBANTni TO DO
m *“r ou« Hun a. »4 Uvliar M««»iu«.
some transaction with th« ollicials, the vote would stand: Democratic.
It combine« MMFLIClTTwith DUHABII.ITT—srEED, EASE OF OPEBATIOR
which be probably did not readily 220; republican, 200.
wears longer without cost of repairs than any ether machine, has
Connecticut is a doubtful State. 1
understand, he conceived the idea
no inkribbon to bother the operation. It neat, substantial, nick-
that he was being defrauded and
el-plated—perfect and adapted to all kinds of typewritin g
was seized in a fit of passion al time, but if the dcmecrats can get
IAK. » Printte« rree* It |*ro*Iur*-. -hsrp. Heun. Ie«ib!« m«nu-*Ti^. Tw« tsteu rufSuu
on» trri.it.pi. K*liuir~, lawyer-, iwlnlaer*. ••auk»»«, ui.rebanta,
most bordering upon intanity and
manwfac.*.rrr *. bu -inn* ■ men. at*.. ruiinni maka a l*ui*t-r luvea. m~nt lor «U.
immediately commenced to talk a aff >rd to lose Connecticut's six votes Aa In tall i«»n I fwraon Ui a wrek ran bseome a <2eo«i o:*»ii-.ur. or a raj bion« in ? months
Hi» conversation [ and still the electral vote will stand:
11,000 offerer! any operator who oan do l>ettr>r_ work with a Type-
was disconnected but every word lAnnocrstie, 214; republican, 206
Writer than that produeet by the Odell
But in the next election the dem
and Salesmen wanted. Special inducements to Dealers.
was articulated as plainly aa if h< ■
For Pamphlets, giving endorsements, 4c . addreesthe
had never been deprived of the pow ocrat« must carry both New York
ODKLL7Y1E WRITER 46CO., Tux R ookbby , Cnicauc, k*.
er of speech, Il was evident thst) and Indiana to wit).
I? P E W R I T It