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BURNS. HARNEYSCOUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1890.
clouds rn the exact geographical I women went out for a row in a
center of the United States. ;Of the small boat tielonging to the club,
thousands of men who have been and when about opposite Ninety-)
BVKHY WEMfESDA t
J. W, ASHFOJÎD,
located at Fort Riley during the fourth street, South Brooklyn, one
Ashfoà à Bed,
past forty years, perhaps not one in of tho men insisted upon gofhg
PHYSICIANS A SURGEON’S,
a hundred knew or cared anything uehore. He declared that he would
Every Dey except Sunday, from • a aa u> 4 p as.
Bruxs ................................. O regon Hay is selling in Harney valley, in about the oddity of his situation. upset the boat unless they com very Lely ill » » » O>«u
¿a* .1t< À »a ili u M aei
Office in w. E Graa c'* Drus Store.
the stack, for $1.75 per ton. Too The post is a few miles east of plied with h.s wishes. He arose I
“‘1.1. th« lotportk«» not •!■•■'
»ribor itT» n..i take bl« >■.■■ i '- i
merly, one of the most important in tic grasped the boat by the gunwale,1
u» utier«ii»..n to« I ■ u.a
f Le , rn to rtv to makt« tb._- i ►
United Statce.—8t. Louis Repu! - md was soon overturned, all hand*
,Uto th« publisher Mr p« . .
B irks O regöä . thia county called at this office last lie.
a-a ..r'.oia h a papar
being thrown into the water. Al
pa all arrsarajea. r
no* to aen« it «a It pa ,■■■:■■'»
Boat was sent from shore, which1
Monday and pard up then sul wfip-j
, ihe „boleam.-nnt wb. ■
Office at resldenro. In the
e ..m. e or not
There mi ■« builul g, ani B pre pure I h> a lend tu lhe
lest'm d four men and one woman |
“lOn, miaaistill pa me* 1» ■■ ■■■■>■
pru< i «,.»f ..en *r i : ml I ’« I ram he«
NeL? ■ 'bo lakts apaper ir.nn he
Teelh extru< teu wbh. ut pain b\ aid of gusa. appertlhcea (in our estimation) by aentative CesweH to-day reported The other woman
; tier .ilreelert I.. Ina tta nt-
‘•• mis he haa an a roxta t n
doing likewise.—PrineviH New«.
favoral ly from the Committee on |
»•Unit j K koo '«'» hl » !»>•''■ s
ASSETS OVER A QUARTER OF A MILLION DOLLARS.
«« iml S. awl lhe P» . laker ■ -it ■"■-
rl.er Is b..aa . io pa ■
‘‘The Leading Company of tbs Paoific NorthwsK”
The wr<ck of the Brother Jonntli the laws in reference *ct bigamy
j"“''««; n taan inua. pa,, «or .■ Im ■
dwelub -. b and tabm raoriBTYA srieuirr.^a«^
an has bien found several tilias and the restriction in the owner-
lii' I •
oui» of wat.-r The water being so a fixed yillue. The « ill has panic The body is that of a woman about
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deep and the pressure so greift tilhr refercnVi* tn the cM r turf the 22 ygars old, of prepossessing ap I
OF SALEM, OREGON.
D. I. GRACE,
Latter Dav Saints, whiwe charter pearance and well dressed, having
Landfill;,.-« « hhik i-.uiik«. a vpll< atiur>« L»r
was forfeit-d in 1887. The proc »fids a gold watch and chain, with dia J. C, PARKER Agent,
Bub.hu.iu.i Sxii i* •A-rrci.lt uud prumpth ir le to raise the v< Bsel
uiieiH.vu i... Detti. Noti a..a .U m H rìmc «
of the sale of ils real estate were monds ami other jewelry. The man
»4» «.ru a up.
narxea rea« ua >.v. t.-..u
í.’r.tv.ne.l,. • •
The turned over to the School Fund, who capsized the boat is supposed
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4Bk - U.n CI.I'B I.HT
Miss i I ut no provision was made for th-
disposition of the jiersonal properti
J NAT. HUDSON,
art er’-4 Bazi»r
of the corporation, which amounts apprehended.—St. Louis Fost-Dis-
ATT O R N E Y -AT- L A W.
«•'«’< Young People
let.’« Manifold Cvrlupodit*
to nearly <400,000. and is awaiting patch.
Oiliee: BURN'S, OR.
nal Volume af.er Vul. I,
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i ver volume, puamie.
the action of the courts The com
jf all lheabove wurki can ■-■ <• x
li the ino.-t -le- miltee deemg it wise to let the
General John S. Crocker, warden
89 ire la the Hern ia« koum
money take the same course as that
M. D. HOPKINS, PitopBikwa,
of the District jail at Washington,
C. A. SU EEK.
,»feem<>f vert.fUrat, »rea.il ■ C-'i
derived from th« sale of the real
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thelr •■ ■ rk
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ATT- RNEY-AT LAW.
Whisjierit low! Didn't Boss Simon estate, and place it in the School warden of the jail for twenty years,
.lerer» half v-lua-e. »• ■ --
EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CLAM.
• Il ice: Burns Oregon.
anti all the great leading light intel Fund.
and personally supervised the exe-
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lects i f Portland have a hand in
•utio 1 of Guiteau, the assassin of
IM^, ERTi.'tXG KATE'
Tblr Hotel 1« new (House, Rooms. aad Furniture) sad o*araeo«*<Bo«f eenrftee toeaw 4Mi<
Sept. 25—The horrible President Garfield.
wk|ln>‘. i mu
taws? They tn.ale those laws anil deed of a grief demented mother
,.al I «it.tr ♦«V •/
j. tW » ¿C! <2 V *
got Lit. What, are they kick v cay was made public to-dav. Helene
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tu tu -.4
ti.OÖ lf».00 zo. •o -U.i»
All mon dio poor. The casket
They are being haltcrbroke Muller, wife of a master painter, in
mounts above the tomb, nor
on their own invention.—Salmi Moedling. near this citv, lost her
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only child, a boy two years old, by in the fabric of a shroud distin-
roBKIOS AUVEKT'.'l 1
in the grave. The soul that
diphtheria in Ft bruary last after an guised
Ut .«Olli lil»s 3»t«r »•«• ■ •■•
eep-.ltr run rKM*"w ■■':■■■
illness of only one day. The Sun- is born in opulance and the one that
e-ia , » Br.. a .o oen.
,,-t.L . e aa.e . b- «eter.'lu
fircut court at Peudleto', recently. denness of the death appeared to h is its being in squalor and misery
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. »..)...ULU~ < .-uo e-a
E 0. Casey asked fi r ¿10.000 dam paralyze the motlu r’s brain and at last pass through the same nar
, .-o.-nt i..,, o. a- ,e«.-
.. .-A á 'Vi'. ««SS
n\r t ha Otit<«.vr
..ti e a. ru .
ages from htseousin Benjamin Ca make it entirely inipossil le for her
.-s. «•■••r'.-"- F : '1 '
> <1 rrr todo .n K lieti ot Wo
nth IU.< k.mlthllue.
Uor.o Sbr..lb( .1 IÏ.U r«r Baa«.
a. . nivel.
,, .. ..«Be
sey. fur alienation of the affections to realize that the child was dead. alike the confine that covers their 1
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rtBult >ntl » ■«. • «ht-
morality from view.
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-BUGGIES, W A G O N 8, ET C.,->
■ ' ¡ri;/òr >
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W. W. Cardwell,
sworn, and on the witness stand ac every hour of lhe day to s tting on
M.int TO Obbtll VITI! VCiTNiaK. AND OF GOOD QCAUTT.
R * vBX'ta <-JjttTR‘- ! ' ' ‘
i.-li ioA a*« an<>hi -
:: T T O « N E Y - A T - L A W. knowledged her intinmev with the the baby’s grave and holding im-
h --«••*»« nm ■••
A L L W O R K WARRANTED.
K i ' iins , O h .
de'endant The men are well known maginary conversations with the
•i»e all pur a ’«er ìf <
till the emir - <- the ¿late. ¡
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Al ... be ore be I'. S. Unni Oftii-e.
fisr-mcrs living north of I’endle- dead child. One morning a week
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L and M atters a Si’Kt ialty .
ago the sexton discovered that the !' trade, blew out his brains after fa-
thooting his three daughters
wpí 'I mí -''- -
grave had Hwh oprmt-d, the coffin ’
anti a man by the mime of Chas.
Pitts! lire. SeptcHi'er 26—Captain lit] taken off anti the body stolen Taylor. Several months ago Hein's
It ton ot the Seventh United ' by the mother, who hail taken it to wifi- b ft him, and ue suspected this
rt n ..»AiMb p r» <4
States Cavalry, Commandant of. her home, wrapped in a shawl and man Taylor to be the cause. His
Fort Sill, juissed through Pittsburg placed it in trunk. During the troubles preyed upon his mind, and
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T. A. M< KINN'ON,
x. ,45 *■ ett ». ( <T
«„■ Hii.l h klii' ii .••■irvf ins <li»w
k1' 1 Ho says the greatest Indian upris- j day she h id taken it out and ca-
i it is supposed he determined to
, ,.i . e h ... reus .un '.V writ.,.
I.» n.c.l, < an ha?c p.ats furnishe ing of recent times is certain to ressed it. and at night while her!
! ¡rut and end to all.
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come soon. The Indians have got husband slept she had taken it to
an idea that a great medicine man Led with her and endeavored to in
There is a pond on the hay ranch
is coming to wipe out the whitesand fuse warmth into it.—8. F. Exaru-
H. lion 1 Zim-walt
of Golcondn, Co), fed by the waters
Everything in oirr line of the Pest. Liquors—Whiskies, »-trKrr,
from the hot springs. This pond
country The result is they have
Wines, Fancy Drinks, etc., Cigars, etc., always on hand wl^M
IOB IV ICK PONE NEATLY.
r s«« .
entered with the fervor of fanatics
Among the summer boarders at
|il!V i I’. Ai vlb oll
you call on “Mack.” at Drewsey, Harney county, Or.
JftrdiB ’. i laii.e
Shop ill Huston ! uilding, Burns. upon a series of cantations and re- Cliffwood Grove, nesr Keyfort N' J , and the temperature of the water
«ver rtrr aire
L-r-. . Wibittn Will ¡MI»
eWJuiii: ■ X.»D«e
i ligious orgies. Five thousand In- were Miss Emily Duncan, 2.3, anti is about 83 degrees, and in some
ate f?... Klo«' -r
betftUnu;. r. ¡¡ mv »
I di ns about Fort Sill have renounc Dayton D. Crossbey,3J. S tat ■■! iv.s p'nccs where the hot water bubbles
, Wtt H. Ü. -di.icr
up from the bottom the temperature
jiätn Wa. uniukvr SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP ed Christianity, and he is certain aoo Miss Duncan and Mr Crossl ey
almost up to the boiling point.
attended n church picnic, and dur
K- J. N Dwlph
-1 4. 11. ‘.i i hfl J. C
WELCOME - I’tioruiETOK. tend to l e the expected great ntedi ing the day it was proposed to have Recently the discovery has been
J ¿»inner ter r at n
D h . u er
cine man, ami then the trou! le will a mock marriage. Miss Duncan made that this warm lake is litterly
BI LK'S. OKEGOS.
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. Mt' * » I.Ml .
C A. SNOW A CO.
WASHINGTON, D C.
legin. He thinks al! the Unit <1 was persuaded to act as I ride and alive with carp, some of which are
' it i.iwy
Pa’cntg ob'ained, and all patent buaincM attended te promptly and for nrwMWrMa fata.
Mr Cross ev wa«selected as groom
Our office is . ppt.aitc lhe V. b. Patent Office, and we ran obtain Ln l*ra time thaa Aaaa
—S F. Ex ut.im-r
¡3 L \ • . N Vi «IH.
A solemn young man, a stranger to catch these with a look and line
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remote from Waahingtou. Bend Model or Drawing. We advise aa to fsalaateMMf tea
of cbaige; and we make no charge unleaa patent ie »ecured.
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a : 1)1.1' • T’
.III- - PR'».'
We reler here to the Poetm/mter, the Superintendent of Money Ordar IMvtetoa, and to
. h k
hie go, St jit 18— ’an! Alex iti- upon to ollieiate us iniiiistir
official« of lhe V. S. Patent office. For circular, advice, term«, aad veferaeeen to enfart
client* in your own Hi ate or oouutv, write to abme addreM.
t K aa AN
tler Johnstone, 1 lie iiiiutl reader, pre- supj.os. <1 mock marriage was then
contrary to the general supjiosition.
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to all appearances dirprovea the der of the dav Miss Duncan was sa the flesh was hard and palatable.
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■t 11. Ko..»I"
that the man jiosst sses five luted us Mrs Crossltey. It is now. How the fish got into the lake is a
kA. A. io IMI
senses, and also a I cliff that mind- known that the man who performed mystery unsolved. Within one
AL «»•■>» larpt-d anil inn.r.ive'l ami hi ercpareii tu nini
A 8.5 E F.LL ..tit ail kit" » Í a'k«:-l hiior .ai altor n..tii e reading is really a spt cit s of muscle- the cereuionv was none other than feet of it are »firings which are boil
U M. .I.EÍÁÍK and in ills bta a
reiwling. In the j r •seuee of a large KeV. Ileuiesfred of the church of ing hot, and the ranchers |in the
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It) IBs iiw* ard-
audience nt the Washington ho'el, the Uuited Brethren of Kansas City vicinity use the water to scald
Ji hnstoiM' was I lindfoldi d, his ears When the report was first circulat hogs in the butchering season.
D. 8 HOPKINS, AucniTicT.
at iiA'MXOt-- ö * *1 <r
a d nostrils stuffed withe >tton, and ed that the ceremony hail been
Grand Rapid", Mkh,
GH a MRIHON a ELL y
Will furo*uh D cv I kd * of llotiici, ( otta«»*, and Maitaion* ro«tlag !*•■* ffitt •• ** ** t*
a lighted cigar jil ct d in his n.oii'h pet formed by a regular minister.
We are informed that one of the
Aulire u anted. If \i»u meau 1«> bulbi. *»nd |1 to no audreaa. and! will Mail yo* »
II.» «»f. 3 dctixni of du «I inn*, like the one on Ale in E ast On « ooh M bba *» •«•<, wNk
to th stroy, for ttie time I < i j f he r Miss Duncan and Mr. Crossoey Cliinangn who robbed the Frst
full piati of *a< h. lull alzo de.ei *. compiei« apeciA« atp»n*. and I4»l of in*t«ri«le, al’ vo«y
full ami roinple'e a» anv ordinary tarpenter or bulldar w HI bave no irvubla la fole*
i:ig, sigh', smell and taste (•>■■ vi-
National Bank has made a t o ifes-
ahead and minp ci 1 tut »he work. And If >ou du noi flnd juat wb*t yoa waat. wHM
whai r hange* m , u de* re made, and I will «tcommixlale tuli, or )•<«« Ordort with TW
w. e j.I. c tl on his hands. II th'' jo cd lti..t their friends w retrying -i .n, anti that till accomplices will
You uffii it •* . heap io erect a handa.uue house a* to
•l<b()) buildiug *tl) aid )uula re-ceo» ructia« ><mr prearuc bolidiM
requested t o i r piivtorst.f t . ie t I to b..ve a little lun nt their exjtenst. tie arrested anil a great pottion of
ft, stand behintl him and thick of Miss Duncan, however, became aus •he money recovered. Mr. Frank
lb coni' ii ati.in of the safe This picious, and on making inquiries Hill was the first to make the dis
w.is done, ai <1 without contact with lea. i>< U that a rt gul.tr a.an lege cei- covery by reason of a suspicious
the men the mind reader turned, eitiot.y had Been performed, and | trunk passing through the express
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correctly told all th- numbers, and that she was the lawiul wife of Mi.1 office, of which he is agent. He re
Crossuey. The latter, when be I tained the trunk, and this led to
opened the safe.
HAY .y GRAIN
learned of lhe true st tie of alfaira, ■inearthing the robbery. Al pres
»bowed mtieb eotduiioii, and appar ent we are not at liberty to give
Do you know the exact location
emly was entirely ignorant ol-.Mt., p-irtietilars of the cofession; but it
of the cent« r of the Union? Nev, r
<&< CZ W’LL BvT THE OPKI.I, TJI’F WHIT«
WARBAMTXB T»> &*•
tleuiaetred's identity at the time is conclusively proved that the bur «01 O
it any <>ue Hundred Moilar Machtue
thought any thing al out it. probably.
the ceiemony took place.
It I» glarv wa« committed by Chinamen It eonibinrS MMPLICrrrwitll DVB ABILITY—SPEED. BASE OP OPBBATM*
Well, it is marked l.y a grave—that
probable that st
lit ‘-e taken to
wears longer without cost of repairs than any ather maohiaa. kaa
h i’ iting a 1 uilding Iwlow the
M. j. Ogd. i ..f ili,- U
<1 St t
do .rik ribbon to ls>th< r the operation. It neat, substantial, nick-
i...Ve the luarrl-ge set aatde.'—
my. wh>. di<<l ..t F at Kiley, Kan..
el-plated—perfect and adopted to all kinds of typewritin g
L >u.B i'w»l-i/i»pulcli.
iitiiiutiicatio i with the hole under
■ (855, dutii.g tlx- «boi« ra epitimi
14» e a ITin in* Pre I' trohire- "harp, r'ean. Ivjb’e manuwript
Twe la ten repiet
e crosswalk where the tunnel was
< an lie mad«* at one w»i I >*»
E i < r Imryer
mini .»er*, henker*. mrr'haata,
of that ««.if. Th- remains of the
*r • rer ’ o ine" inert e
.< unn»» make a be. < r iuvea.m*nt for lift
tig 8h' riff Cate» tiaik theChitia- Au in manti
The r« gatta of th Vurui.a l.i>.
ajor were n luoxd to Ft . t fz-ven-
«lligvni far on io a we* - mn >
w.c a Goo«» o; eta or. or a re) idoue in 2 MMNi.b%
■^■h .nd lutiti! in the Null tai
4 UMJO offered ahv ofr-ralor wh«i run do letter work with a Typo-
i h. r-. and four warrants of arrest
emetery there, I til this i.iouument
Writer than that produce I r lite Odell
Ralial le A gents
• ere issued from Jaistiee Rhutz'
and Salesmen want* d Special inducement« to Deal«~a.
1O o'clock I.
still stat,da u)to.*> a .ittle knoll to the
For Psn.phltts, giving endorsement«, Ac., addre«« the
•tiurt and sent to him.—Times
nt rthcart of the fort—Fort Riley—
E WRITER 4®CO, T he IW oibbt , Cmrao» life
i and it lift* its brr.d toward» the ' A party of fir
THE BURNS READING ROOM
DR. H.M. HORTON
THE HOPKINS HOU8E.
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