East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, April 01, 1891, Image 1

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$2.60 a Year.
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL A, 1891.
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ALD.
C lippings F rom
O üp E xghangs .
TWO BABBI
BBNBBAI. 4OUNIUN DB1O.
Genera Joseph E. Johnson died,
of heart disease, at Washington
March 21st.
I E. McKTHNEY,
-
'‘aer rivtoil
General Johnston was the last,
Everything in our line of the Best. Liquors—Whiskies, Brandies,
save General Beauregard, of the six
Wines, Fancy Drinks, etc., Cigars, etc., always on hand when
full Generals ol the Confederacy.
you call on “Mack,” at Drewsey, Harney county, Or.
With grt’itt prt’iiiinm olhT.s on re­
Ji: l.AWi,
HULHOAU l*O.*MtBlMTIKS
He was born at Cherry Grove,
Mire<l U> «Ive i»''t' « hv ceipt ol 10 CE.VTS. and adt’roseB
ter «,«>*■ Dut ai:f.>erthe <»f 1UMAKKŒ1) LAlUEsS.
Only
Va., in 1807, graduated at West
i.vl «k** lu« r*j*>*
ith land singer rung
yensuh for i fi u..t « eh’-ff 55 cchtii a v-*ar.
ft* st ntotithly in
The following Denver. Colorado,
Point in 1829, was appointed Second
Jw ■ ♦ ii»ukt-« ihe P- « *
ith happy lieart and free;
Ad ir - k Wo­
fr.u pnliliahcr ter !»•)• | world f »r tho p;i< <
i
FATENT8.
dispatch dated Match 14lh, W' lild
Lieutenant of the Fourth Artillery
man’* Wo k. \t’
’
The living, not the dead.
I
C. A. SNOW A CO.
-
-
-
WASHINGTON, D. C.
i hi« paper «J«p. n in-
j indicate that. th< re is a possibility
‘
and
saw
active
service
in
the
Black
ruiæa «<r .bu Puoilabcr ;
Hedialt with, anil he raid,
Patent« obtain
and all patent bualucaa attended to promptly and fer moderate f«M.
il uni H pa.iiiL’Ut i«
of the O. 1’. going into hands thatj
Our Offl< e is opposite the U. a. I’ateui Office, aud we t an obtain in lew time than tfecaa
luie aniouuf whether;
"The world is glad imd young, I Hawk Indian expedition. He was
•here < au b« nu legal i
remote from Washington. Bend Model or Drawiug. We advise as to patentability free
will complete the road to an east-
j
promoted
in
1836
and
liecame
Aid-
And goi-d to me ” ■
»eut is uia-e.
of charge , and we make no charge uuleee patent 1« ««c ured.
leni terminus at some early date: k n
; de Campli n General Scott’s staff in
ttkva a paper from t’ e t
We refer here to the Pv«tma«ter, the Superintendent of Money Order Divlelon, and to
Aiul ever entice
{
\e i tu l«te naine < r ai.-
BEST IM THE WORLD.
[
“
it
is
said
on
good
nuthoritiAjliat
officiate
of the V. 8. Patent Office. For circular, advice, term«, and*rctor«nc«a to aotual
♦ he SemiJ^ile war. He participated
« ribH«l «r loi , i« rc-
IM vj(*sur‘.titt qualitieeineunsurpassalk actuad*
client« in your ewp State or eouutv. write to above addreaa.
eu tin;-: in»; two boxes of any other brand. No- the Rio Grand Western, in order
Is
shuttled
back
aiidiforth
.
.
in
all
the
important
battles
con
­
ciïkctod by boat. UTGETTHE «CMV1NL.
*rs hla paper «h pped
! pubhaher cuiitlïiUr« to
FOR RAI.T! BY DEAERA PEN’ERAL LT. /y? ¡ to secure a shorter line to the
Between these singers tw^^
Pa-
nected wiiht Scott’s campaigns in
kind tw pay fur it if he
ft< e.
I cific coast, is negotiating for the
, Of glad and sad refrain:
Mexico, and was thrice brevetted
titled that refn»*nit tc
purchase of the 0. P. road, which
The south-land warm and kind, • for gallantry during his war, and
iiodit a i from the pu«i
untalie>i fur, wilhou
The bitter north
is projected from Yaquina bay. on
in 1848 was mustered uutofserviee
rima facia eviueuce vi
I
R ichard E. B urton .
the Oregon coast, to the Boise City
Lieutenant-Colonel of Volunteers,
Idaho, and will build a railroad
to be reinstated by Congress in the
N KATES:
...............
$1.00
THE CURFEW BELL.
from Ogden, Utah, to connect with
army with the rank of Captain of
.............................. 1.00
it,
which
would
give
them
u
trans
­
■ ’
?/.w»
Topographical Engineers.
The law governing the “curfew
I continental line.
FOUGHT FOR THE SOUTH.
£UB IJ»T:
nell” of which we have all read and
Jifa gazine..........
thb
bepobt
confibmeo
.
He
was commissioned Querter-
I
weekly .............
heard so much, was established in master-Genetai of the United States
. . S.20
Bazar
New
York.
March
15.
—
Il
is
said
-3.75
Young People
PERSONAL AND PROMPT,
' the year of 1058, but was parti'.lly army in June, 1860, but resigned
’.Ml
tc-day by Jacob Halstead, of New-
sifold Cvcl- pc.lie,.
! repealed in the year 1100. At first j the following April to enter the
nr af er Vol. 1, ÓÍ» tenU; ATTENTION Gi VEN TO PAT­
ine. v« «taue.
ENTS, CAVEAT.;, TRADE : York, a director of the Oregon Pa­ I it rung at eight p m, nt which time ,
Confederate service, in which
cific. that negotiations were in pro­
«hove works < nn be ex
MARKS, etc.
llleni.iug
NO 1 EE UNLE 8 PATENT gress for tlie purchase of the road ' the people were compelled to put ■ Major-General of Volunteers he as­
I out their fires anil blow out their: sisted General Lee in organizing
isSECUllEIte COliRi.Si’OND- l.v the Rio Grand Western.
{candles. Henry I , however, fixed '
ENCE S'iLICiTED.
the men pouring into Richmond.
• the law as al-ov > mentioned, r~
80 His subsequent service throughout
STODDAOT ê CO.,
IIOHTILIT1ER CEASE.
| that lighted candles were not abso- the war ig ’we|| know"
613 û 61ô 7th Otroot, IT.
' lately prohibited until about the J After the war he became sue-
(tlppo ile U. S. Patent Bill c.J
U h.e.ing, W.-st \ irginia, March ,-11|t|, ||0Ur_ Qn(J reagon the cur-1
\\ ASHINCrrON.
sessively President of a railroad
21. The Hatfield-McCov feud on . few
waa rung was to compel
company in Arkansas, of an express
0
the Meat \ irginia and Kentucky eVery ()nc ,0 eoyer and putout tires
company in Virginia, and was an
border, is a thini of the past. C ap- wj1jc|1 ¡n those earlv days was in a
•
its leader
a
_ # xi
_x ! | -
insurance ag nt in Georgia. He
tain ■ Hstfi>)<],
of
the sir
West
-
■
hole in the center of the housi—a was elected to Congress from the
Virginia faction, who has figured ]~‘""^ning ¿¡ng made _____
in th« Richmond District in 1877, and
IN AOVEKT^'CKS.
-*-- HI
Hl
- 1 manv bloody
. . __e. engH$
„
emet.ts, nit(f <o u,Iow ,he wnoke (o egl.niH.J
ili Itllli -, li r
r.ina-it
rwii'i’TB p- 8 v 1 UH f‘» Hit-
during th« twenty years of war be-1 The word "curfew” simply means next saw public life as Commis­
]ri »B r<> óead tvi h, <
sioner of Pacific Railroad during
tween the two families and their I ,
Lvd bv reienitu’•> Hie
i "cover fire," the custom being, uf-
beti upvti vur < ircUia-
g COHU'.i» •’
branches, has also been the leader j i ter the fire was out, to cover the j the Cleveland administration.
» !.. UH !ttó«rlv alvei-
A pan-phtet or tnforn'at-o’i a;
HE UKOl-PKIt Uta BACK.
utile
Fui» teher.
siractof th® iaws.nhowjtitf if
in bringing al out the conferences opening in the floor with a large
Fu, a--< «»r iii.g
»pace:
Obtain Baient», I'xmis, Tuwv
ilarta, Cvpyriffbu, M.t free. A
w ii< h have resulted in the declara-1 1 flat stone kept fur that purposes!
Uto>
M-JHM
K.
CO.
J!
| n< fi « no pricp.
As a crowd of theatre-going Oak1
S.3G1 ilri»a«h*i«y
.<-■»«
ke« - bau H
per
tion of tH-i.ce, anil he liiniself an- ‘ As I •—
Vr -U « eiit*. iiu:t«.cu*.
"“JuT ----- “ ------ lan,kr8 wcrc hurrying to catch the
notii'ces
the
com
luriona
o
1
’
negotia
­
■strictly adhered to, great conflagra­
[extra <barge per in
7:30 boat at the Oakland pier, a
Lu u fi a’HÌiuK ¡¿v«r t*r
tions in the following card, which tions were almost imjwirrilile.
Ih
m tuu iu fti.l»
man suddenly wheeled around,
lie sent to the new>p.p«iH of the
----------------—
ili «»tir «¿veri’.aebievjt«
dashed aside the crowd and sped
tjuh'h a iot fi, -fi < »’ b.
Southern section of the State:
NOT KKsr, BL'TCHAKMiK OF OCCU-
fai < ìuim f. l < a .ine.
away down the mole.
1*AIION.
jnil «lenth aonnu/re-
"A general amnesty has been de­ 1
|uli<i'vtl M» new».
I
He ran rapiply. He fairly flew,
•i
id lo re«ÌBÌ»;ua. figliai. BEST
clared in the famous Hatfield- From Harper*« Baiar:
f!
Fear lent wings to his feet, and
STÊEL
McCoy
feud,
and
I
wish
to
say
j
As for the feeling that we need
WWE ROPE SELVAGE. |
over the smooth concrete he sped
Wl
i something of the obi anil the new. I rest, rest, rest, it is often u fallaci-
1 do not wish to keep the old feud I ous one. It is action which makes as if for dear life. The Oakland
train was just leaving the mole,
»
alive and I suppose everybody, like I niuscle, 'The spirit of life enters
and
the flying man strained every
myself, is lired of Hatfield-MeCoy, I into us when we take a vital part
I
Words that mean warefa-e in time I in tn-dav. Often we suffer from muscle to catch it. He gained,aud
.
man
in
blue
clothes,
who
was
uwvnvi« is
I d
,
e
I
ACKNOWLEDOED TH« BZ8T of peace. The war spirit in me has , rest. A change of occupation
and tha81ng him, spurted anew as he
for Lawns, fnrdans, Farmi, Ranche» and Satads. abated and 1 sincerely rejoice at I what we most need, as a rule
1
,
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PRICES 1L.DUCED : < •:! by »ieoten. Ftlr.JGUT PAID.
.’ic.’nt’Li EN’S I OULTHY 7 ftTTIW. New ih.»« I the prosjM-cts of peace.
I have de- i the relief hours of an active person saw the fugitive grasp the rails of
No Kixtfinir! No ba/x>>*kr! Kxti» lleuvw «elvare.
The McMullen Woven Wire Fence Co., Crrcago,*”*
i voted my life to the fearful lies of i turn out to be very intelligent. We the rear platform of the fast reced­
.ECTOR Y.
i noble lives and valuaLle jirojerty i must rest, l.ut we need not lose our, ing train
jin this struggle. We being like electricity, which the will, the' The man in blue was Inspector
i Adam, are not the first trausgres- thought can command at all times, Ahern, on duty at Oakland mole
. sors. Now I propose to rest in the and which ought to 1« on guard, ; to intercept opium smugglers, »nd
'; the speedy sprinter was a young
spirit of peace.” r '
I
like and orderly, to summon us
Caveat it. end Trude-Murka obtained, and all Pat­ I
This letter lias caused a great when we should become alert. man whom the Ispector bad noticed
er.-. bosinei® conducted for Modvrue I e«t.
Our 3 fl ?« «1 Onnend® U. L ?' ♦««♦ Office,
| feeling of relief among the good , Headaches evaporate if we must as carrying a rather heavy valise
and we can wmre patent in le«« time than tboia
WE WILL send the MAMMOTH CYCLOPEDIA complete in Four
remote from Waehington.
j people of the Southern section of exert ourselves for those we love' and acting in a suspicious man­
I
J. N
Bi'ph
Send model, drawing or photo.. with descrip­
¡Volumes, as above described, all postage prepaid and THÈ EAST OR­
ner.
) j. .1
Mitcumi
tion. Wo odviee, if petut table or not* free of
the
Sute.
—
S.
F.
Ex.
or
we
almost
forget
the
pain,
which
;
charge. Our fee not due till patent i» remred.
R. i'.¡r.¿.er Hvrui«uR
EGON HERALD for one year upon receipt of $3.00, which is but 50cts.
The smuggler in turning
to enter more
1 i ;-x ,\i«’.tr Bvaiiover
A P .mfihltft. ••flow tr> Obtain Parents.” with
IS the same thing; an ill-temper
• lx r.L
tnwn our regular euinwripeivir,
uu a
,-* this
vm« large and
»uu
than
subscription, iiicrcivic,
therefore, y you
get
< t o. W . Maride
namei' nfactur.l dienes in your State, county, or
VhiL MrOuin.
town, sent free. AduretF.
cannot fl mrish unless wj have idle- le *errv hoU8e caught sight of the va;uaj>ie w,,rk for the small sum of 50 cents. We
take pleasure
pleasure in
in be-
be­
We take
. j. F-. MÌEIrui
Prince
Morgan
the
thirteen
year
PYHr.k I «kef
lies» in which to reflect upon the 'rai8 butlonB 0,1 the Inspector's ¡ng enabled to afford our readers such an opportunity. By making this
C.A.SiWW&CO.
. K. S. Be» i.
old durkey l>oy, of Shedd, promise*
great offer we hope to largely increase our circulation. The Mamnrtfth
vest, dropped his valise and ran.
/ Win. ft’, i.oni
Opposite Patent Office, Vtetoinpon, 0. C.
J W W. Ti»«>vr.
to have a checkered career, and motes belonging to some one else.
Cyclopedia, in four volumes, with a years subscription to THIS PAPER
An
examination
of
the
valise
re
­
I-IMTk.UT:
already it begins to be somewhat With energy leading the way, en­ sulted in finding of twenty five-tael for only $8.00.
,(ix.
Jl.h. ( LUFOWD
D
I HAH. I*. li VDK
spotted. Within a few months he nui lifts from the borixon, and wc tins ol Hongkong opium, which,
•
fi
i).
|>. ?. I. I STI M
MEK«« LLAtKJ*AM
pure lulled a gun «n a forged order, see color and distance again. There had the smuggler succeeded in get­
GRAND PREMlüi»! Gt=T£R!
ter ET:
shot off two fingers, skipped out are women who labor day by day ting to Chinatown, would have net­
ì
A. SET OIT *ri-IE
in
hunger
and
dispair.
It
seems
with property belonging to other
ì
ted him $200.
ì
T
as
if
others
might
Ia1>or
iu
comfort
people,
wm
captured,
arrested
for
J 1. /
Deputy Gaskell, when seen at
I)
larceny, discharged by the grand and health, instead of sitting down
the Pacific Mail dock, said: "This
i
to
lassitude
and
sighs.
jury because he was young, went
| opium probably came from some
home, and yesterday again did
of the timber schooners from Puget
something to secure a name for
Miss Mary E. Dewey, a well-to-do Sound, and while make every pos­
h Turoba Lazga Volum««,
il* u» f it K :
himself. Not having a gun of bis spinster of Goshen, Ind, who
Whieh w« Of^e» T. lth n YnypW OubacriptxMi
sible effort to break up this kind
,J. B. IIU*riM«TOM
t« tlU « Fap«r for m Trifl3 Mor« Iharn *’
own now, he concluded to make one moves jn the best society of the
.11 AR JURON XELLtfY
of smuggling, we cannot, with our
Our Hjynlar Sntatoriytlon Priw.
himself. Securing a gas pipe he city, has applied for a pension,
WlaViaig to Ltrgf’lv incr#»««« V»«
<»f l^Ui
present force, place sn inspector on
prtper
riiirihg ti • neit Hx n»'-nV >. v.r havn n>a«l'«
made a hole in it. at the right place claiming she served , as a man
K-TORY.
every coasting vessel coming to
•rranftowijt« *in» « N. w Y' rk | ul li*1.inr bomft»
and plugged the end with wood. throughout the war in the Twenty
akitliwo ar« coal Ird
• ff*T n« » nrMMiiJn U» off
port.”—Ex.
i" a
Wnrh» nf Cfiftrle« Dlrk-
COPAL CHVBUH
Loading it he touched it off with a sixth Ohio volente»«, under the
ens, in Twel»« L a ?• ff « ■$•<! II«
Faator.
Vctumri, m R a yrar> «i:> «criplkwi to üiüi
A large Democratic daily with a
match. The plug flew into splin­ alias of Charles Dewey, and that
r th« p»r«f in «Mb
pnp*‘r. f» r a »r¡ik' »'«oft« «!$ »i- <»«r iv» ular «ait •
1er nullt e
«rri| ti<m| rkt. 0
f.« •»•.il*cril»«r«
ters, one piercing his ear,the powder during an engagement she receiv­ capitol of $250.000 ia to lie started
« ia. ««ft 4 SO p m
rrlij «♦*• «>iy ♦x«,f I
oiiidr. (Wftlra
ft Hote«- «I II • M
in
Portland
April
15th.
The
Asto-
scattered over hie face, burning it ed a yun-sbot wound in her left leg
:i.«J p sa .
Dlrhri wa« t* •» $ rvatost «<•>< liai wlio «v« f
a nt, and 4
pm
Rvr«l. N” : ' "i r ’ • f"ti* o- * I hm * Id« fimv ha«
seme; y*t not injuring him serious­ which forma the basis of her claim tia Express says: The committee
11 a at,
ittp »
W« IJ • •
f Ll<* llu-t l «
»I h J iti« Fotk«
. .«
»rr «Mn»» .. , g... . . ..... ......
ly. He rushed into the house and The proofs she brings forward are I got in communication with east­
in wit, Liunor.
hin IrfuCjw*.
i ern parties and finally Mr. Gray
ps$!« »i. r » ■ry ¿'•lit.** timi of «barar'* r,
told his mother a big man in a rub­ genuine and convincing.
n it yl.ee« «n«| iiirldente,
«I vh I
agreed to start such a paper with a
UiriiiHG i l lùJiitiiìr V ii-'ight rio'a. Kao*«
ber suit had .hot him through a
K iV h » *•.-• •f’jir- N" í»rí.rsi on 14
U«
k
iah
:•
•
17, I. O Q F.
craek in the barn The true state
f
■ il leniaik-
A frightful accident occured near plant and capital in sight of $250,-
la» 1U« uft » -i tí u
TK HIT not
, ex err Saturday
><•1 .o L
i< <1 i! rn> in Io l»e
. JoftbuK, X. U.
of affairs was quickly learned, tho*. Georgetown, Colorado, ths night of 000, if Portland would give them a
t
i
J!|
I
s
alt.-
h
w«
l.v«. The
f.r U»
V
which «*• < ffer •« a
CBA-.LU D1C
a i r ’
—Albany Dem.
March 16th. A party of 15 young guarrantee of $100,000 of lusiness Mrtntlrtm ft»» oMt
-
|frv
<
<-•*
r
i»«
•
|I
aì
«9
w¡
b
new type.
la •. vijfinm»*^ |»rh;t'd
f »i <l)i Vil, », * « U < i.o • i nhieb is
ci •!■*•
*ln*t
people had engaged a team and the first year, 5,000 subscribers at I’ll* t*r»« v
r/twU
$10 each, anb $50,000 of secured liHiftfl e-m fe*", >'■('> a g d, ani
One of our ministers went into band wagon to bring them home
,1
CAITNA37 r mc A.-IO CnKIlTMAf
OAVn COPP^lFF'tUO,
advertisement«
Mr.
T.
F.
Kane,
a
BTQ4U3.
the country recently to marry a from the St. Patrick’s ball at Silver
WABTIH CHUZZI.E.WITV
OL!Vul? Tt/nT
C.TE XT ffXPYC-
Plume. At the point named the i well known newspaper man, wm se­ fllCMOLAS HIOKEI : loy ,
WH W-*$k fto lb* fis*wte*o«to I a couple.
After
the
ceremony
tlie
TAT IO*. 7»,
«MT WWd «Maryo
BeUWO tM
OOM3EY ANO CO! lu»
lected
to
secure
the
guatraniecs.
Th« oi9 cupiorrr^ ahö ? aw >
MUb aaOivwrwfYoub Upw*'»
groom asked the minister what the team became unmanageable and
NLÏAK HOJ*f.
THBUKCOA.WfllG A{.Tf»AVCMÜI.
Wto« »f Appetito. lodtaiw-K»«-
He finished it up two weeks ago. LITTLE OCnEIT,
!>■<*« ot »■'wngth an-1 Tired
a TAth w. '»v’j
hab .»
>*swiin<abo.‘-rtely«nr®d.Rr«ai,
charges were The minister told turned the entire party down the
OU
fl
MUTUAL
FVTRO,
Art)
i rrrswv o,
Mr. Gray, a New York man. will
him that was optional with biin. mountain side upon the rocks be- ‘
CJ.V.H Px X)V.
PICKWICK PAP-.HU,
be editor.
mdjt -•
Tb»
He then handed tiie minister a I low. Those that escaped injury
ot'rjr t « y ••*/«- h *fr *!*• •’
LADIES
Tfaj :-r
CÎTT
The
latest
addition
to
the
"frank
­
«od ««*Mr « r* G vsw a etear, b
Bom
the
fall
caught
>1
from
the
|
trft ««•• tf“«R»*I A
small
fee
and
assured
him
that
lie
•M4.
I
>, Fritto’».*«"
4
WH.P4WT «a.
nttwae-*« at emaete-fteW
ijù < nt « T
• •» « I
».«rio«;« «S b
r»l -Hty nf ihs »H<4 rs I _
lin
Square
Library,
’
’
published
by
iX
toi
1»
▼*
’
wculd not be put to any further ex­ kicks and plurgee of tlie burses, m '
>^'..oAateKAL owl Efi^r.
¡»*»t
«••li»'» $ •(« *^» m ;.,wi
Harper A Brothers, is "Tl»; Loet ttifhijlte-j, 1:L ' <• «*$•** iv *•' lu
pense as ths license was paid for.— that tut one of the outfit ia uni
1 i. »T
Heiress; a Tale of Jove. Battle and r»«W, ar *
OAA
»tits
j«« W'tkM
Register.
|jured.
Ad ventare," by k'rncat Ulan ville.
UY WE ONE. 0\Y
Four Tdll ?4uuo)rs. .
From Harper’« Weekly:
THE DREWSEY SOT
A bard who wrote i* staves
Once made a heathen hymn.
It had this stern refrain,
Ttuit moved as though in pain,
"The under-thought ofgraves
Makes the sea grim."
I
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