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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1801.
■ ed EVERY WEDNESDAY
. C. BYRD & SON.
P roprietors .
)KALD CLUB LIST
Harper’y Magazine.................. 5.00
Harper’s Weekly.................... 5.20
Harper’s Young People
lden’» Manifold Cyclopedia, 2.90
ionai volume a*ter Vol. 1, 55 cent»:
tra per volume, poatage.
» of all the above work» can ba ex
¡»lire iu the Reading Room.
Hlie Had Good Cause.
While in jail in the suburban
town of Austin Illinois, Saturday
evening. Alfred Townsley, a gam
bler, was shot and killed by his
wife, who has of late been separated
from him and residing in Lafayette
Ind. The charge against Townsley
was that many times he repeated
the criminal assaults upon his 18-
vear-old step-daughter, whose father
was Townsley’s brother.
Townsley was arrested. There was
no witness tothetragdy.—S. F. Ex
leather Kipeusive Souvenir«.
mliaher» of periodical» are solicited
Ding rates, a copy of their work for
tiling Room—We file, and bind the
• of every half-volume, r"d r--' < 1
While the presidential party
was at Pendleton Mrs. Harrison
and Mrs. Dimmick purchased sev
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eral strings of beads from the In
dian women, paying a fancy price.
1 me 3 mo I 6 mo
An incident occurred which
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10.00 20 00 82 00 50 00 losing his simplicity of character
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28.00 4S 00 80 00 120.00 and acquiring a large stock of guile.
40.00 60 00 110 00 140.00
One of the ladies paid $2.50 for
some beads and inquired of the
B Inscription executed with neatness
■ rh, at reasonable rate»
squaw, who understood English, if
it wasn’t a tedious j->b to make
earns. Tic acts.
A suspicion of a smile ap
I ». invitation».
peared on the Indian woman’s fea
iald 1» kept regularly on file for re
the Geo. I’. Kewell Newspaper Ad tures when she answered: “Me no
ireau. 10 Spruce at.. New York.
make um. They come from your
country. I get ’um’at stere.”—E
■ fficial directory
Benjamin Har rlao
Levi I. Morton
Jame» G Blaine
Benjamlu F. Trac«y
Jeremiah M Hunk
J if Agriculture
W in H. H
. John Wan(make
J. N. Dolph
J. H Mitcbau
r . r .. Hernieuti
'Geo. W. McBride
. J. B. McElroy
i< Instruction R
> R 8. Bean.
/ Wm. P. Lord
’ W. W. Thayer
Rheubln 8. Strahui
M. D CL1FF0BD
CHAS. F. H ydf .
D. 8. D ustin
(D) H enry B lackman
Salem Statesman: The Governor
was the least bit late—owing to a
mistake of a cab driver—but he met
the president at the train and ten
dered to him, on the part of the
people of Oregon, a very hearty
A Women In Trouble.
$2.60 a Year.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES I
Marietta Blair, residing near
Heppner, was arrested last week
on charge of attempting to liber Dry Granulated Sugar, $ 9.75 per 10011» 1 have just received a full ami
ate the prisoners confined in the Salt.............................
2.10 it »V
complete Stock of Dry Goods.
Morrow county jail. Miss Blair Nails,............................
7.87 “ keg. G-oceries, Hardware, Tinware
testified that she was innocent be Flour,
6.(K> ‘ barrel Notions, etc , which I will sell
fore the Recorder in whose court Omaha Bacon............ 13.50 " 1001b at BEDROCK PRICES FOR
she was arraigned and continued Coal Oil (Pearl)
3 00 “ can CASH ONLY
to doso until the prisoners testified
H. E T hompson ,
that she, assisted by two men, were
the accomplices in the act, when I
she plead guilty and was placed
RETAIL ! Î
under $500 bonds, One Thomas WHOLESALE !
Owens, residing nejir Heppner, was
also arrested on the sane charge,
but on proving an alibi, was released
X QUOTE YOU-
It Coats You Nothing.
It is with pleasure we announce
We are now located in the New Brick Block, with plenty of room,
that we have made arrangements
with that popular, illustrated mag occupying three floors, and each tloor loaded With gOO^S.
azine, the American Farmer, pub
lished at Cleveland. Ohio, and read , Will maintain our former rules: SQUlTe Doling. Olie Price,
by farmers in all parts of this coun Best Quality.
try and Canada, bv which that
We buy Flour, Meats. Stock Salt, Barb Wire, Liverpool Salt,
great publication • will be mailed
Goods, and Coal Oil in CAR LOADS. Our Prices ar« LOW.
direct., FREE, to the address of any
of our subscribers who will pay up
SEND FOR QUOTATIONS ! !
all arrearages on subscription and
one -year in advance from date, and
to any new subscriber who will pav
Prprietors Huntington Warehouse.
one year in advance. This is a
J. H. ATKIN. Ma! ager
grand opportunity to obtain a first-
class farm journal free. The Amer
ican Farmer is a lame ¡6-page il
lustrated journal, of national circu
lation, which ranks among the
leading agricultural papers Its MRS. THOMAS GIANNINI,
highest purpose is the elevation and
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the higher and broader education EVERY THING IS NEAT AND COMFORTABLE ITS PATRON’S W ANTA ARE CAREFULLY
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pursuit. The regular subscription
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ber ideas can be obtained that will
be’ worthj thrice the subscription
price to you or members of vour
household, yet you get free , it
Call and see sample copy.
Prisoners in the county jial at
Baker City attempted to escape
Tuesday night, but were detected
just when freedom was in sight.
lieaity’H Tour t he of Word
They managed to make a hole as
Ex-Mavor Daniel F Beatty, of
big as a man’s head in the brick Beatty’s celebrated Organs and Pi
wall before then efforts attracted anos, Washington, New Jersey, has
returned home from an extended
The Proprietors of the Red Front and White Front Li very Sta
bles assures the public that they are prepared to accommodate
There is more Catarrh in this
section of the country than all vertisement in this paper and send
in every way in their line of business.
other diseases put together, and un for catalouge.
fW*Hav and grain constantly on hands, and careful hands.
For Over Fifty Years
W m . M illkk
AN O ld and W bll -T risd R emedy . — Mr«
.W. E. GBACB to lie incurable.
For a great many Wln»low
’» Soothing syrup lias been u»e<i for
T. H. R oukrts
over fifty year» by n>lllion»of mother» for their
(D) T. A. M c K innon years doctors pronounced it a local children while teething, with perfect succe»»
W. H. CANADAY,.................................................. P roprietor .
----------- disease and prescribed local reme It Boothe» the child, »often» the gums, allay»
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a’l pain, cures wi-jd colic, and la the boat rem
.C har .N iwkm . dies, and by constantly failing to edy for Diarrhere». 1» pledkant to the taste
peri it tendent . (R)
Taoa. G D odson
by Druggiet» in every part of the world.
cure with local treatment, pro Soid
Nothing but first class pictures leaves this Gallery. Duplicates
W m . A ltnow nounced it incurable.
Science has lable Be sure and ask for Mr» Wlmlow’i
furnished at reduced rates. £MF*Give me a call.
proven catarrh to be a constitu ' Soothing Sy nip, and take no other kind.
ahnet c. ». land OFHCB:
CONSI'M 1’1 ION (I KED.
J. B. H uhtinoton
An old physician, retired from practice,
..H arrison K rllky quires constitional treatment.
having had placed in hi* hands hv tin East
Hall’s Catarrh Cure, manufac India missionary the formula of a simple
SMITH A RICHARDSON, Proprietors.
remedy for the speedy and |ier-
tured by F. J. Chhney <fc Co. Tole- ' vcgatable
We solicit it share of
inanent cure of Consumption, Bronchitis, We wish to inform the pub
- do. Ohio, is the only constitutional Catarrh. Asthma and all throat and Lung
itfcMODisT episcopal church cure on the market. It is taken in Affections, also a positive and radical cure
the patronage. Shop
Nervous Debility ami all Nervous Com- lic that we have again open-
W.D WILSON Pastor.
ternally in dose, from ten drops | for
plaints, after having tested it wonderful
Ill be preaching by the paater in each
to a teaspoonfui It acts directly I curative powers in thousand» of case«, has
follow», until further notice-
supplied with good meat
ath—Burna—at 11 a nt. and 4 30 p m on the blood and mucous surfaces elt it h is duty to make it known to his fel- ed at the old stand and
ath—Island echool House— at 11 a tn
ow suffering fellows. Actuated by this
—Harney—at 7 JO p m.
... the system.
____ _ offer
____ motive and a desire to relieve tinman suffer
•th—Burna—at 11 » m, and 4:30 pm ,
bath—Harney—at iia m, and 7:30p m hundred dollars reward for any ing I will send free of charge, to ill who
it. this recipe, in German. French or
case it fails to cure. Send for cir i desire
English, with full directions for using.
mail by addressing with stamp,
F J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. naming
W. A. N oyes . 820 Powers’ Block. Roehe»
fOTSol.l by Druggists, 75c.
ter, N Y
MY LODGE. NO. 77, I. O O F.
Bums Jphotgrauh CSrallerv,
Odd F.ll.w. Hall, everv Saturday
F. M JoRboN, N. G.
RM BY FOB T NO. 4ft. O. A. B.
•very lit »nd* 3d Wednesday of each
at Odd Fellow. Hall AM CnrWrl
M. M BRIERLY. P. C.
Naw ill . Ad’JX
V. S. MAIM.
C. C. McCoy, General Manager,
Used in Millions of Homes—40 Years the Standard.
Stages leave Burns, Oregon, daily for Harney, Drewsey, Bsulah,
Westfall and Vale, where
Close Connection is Made
with tlie railroad.
Good fresh horses, careful drivers, new vehicles
BATES OF FARE FROM BURNS TO ONTARIO AND INTERVENING POINT«
Burn« to Vale
Bursa, to Ontario
110 0» I
• West Fall
-• Orov.f tty
“ Pin. Creak
z M |
Baggage, 3O*>s to each I’aasenger. Frieght and Pasaengers must
be way-billed. Passenger fare paid in advance
N eri A cki . es ,
J. C. P arebb
H ammy F loyd ,