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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1801.
TU I III» PARTY MOVEMENT.
Probability that it will Soon End.
8 BED EVERY WEDNESDAY
I AND SATURDAY.
Letters and papers lately received
from South America contains inter
esting facts concerning the troubles
in Chili. There seems to be a prob
ability of the immediate ending of
the war. Balmaceda’s arntv is
said to consist, at present, of 30.000
men. The Chilian soldiers are be-
ing driven into foreign territory.
. C. BYHD & SON.
¿ hers and P roprietors .
A MfllDEltER LYNCHED.
Young People. 3.78
A Demersville, in the Flathead
country, Montana, a gambler known
as Jurgen alias Perry, alias sever
al other names, wantonly killed a
rancher named Burns, when the
latter had his back turned, it is
conceded that the gambler was hired
to kill anothe” man and made a
mistake in his victim. At prelim
inary examination he was released
in the face of overwhelming evi
dence. He was taken from the of
ficers, carried three miles into the
coutry. and hanged by the enraged
people, and the justice who releas
ed him was given twenty-four hours
to leave town
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lid lie Geo. P. Rwwell Newspaper Ad
^K’eau, 10 Spruce at.. New York.
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Levi F. Morton
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TH JUDICIAL district :
M. D. C lifford
C has . F. H yde
I>. s. D ustin I
.(D) H enry B lackman
At Paris the police have arrest
ed a man named Meueniot for
murder and other crimes. Meue
niot. who is an ex-olficer of customs
and a widower with two sons,
courted a wealty girl named Jaetel
who rejected him because he was
poor. Meueniot then engaged in a
number of robberies, and finally
murdered an old priest and his
servant. Having got some money,
be renewed his suit, but the girl
objected to the children. Meueniot
thereupon stt fire to the girl's resi
dence, the occupants of which had
a narrow escape. Meuenion had
not been detected in any of these
crimes. After another interview
W’th the girl, who then seemed to
be willing to marry him. he smoth
ered his eldest bov and finally shot
and seriously injured the girl’s
brother, who had forbidden the
proposed marriage. When arrest
ed Meueniot confessed to all but
the double murder.—Ex.
There is more Catarrh in this
section of the country than all
— HARNEY :
other diseases put together, and un
W m . M illee til the last few years was supposed
,W. E. GKACR
T. H. R obert * to be incurable.
For a great many
A. M c K innon
A. A. I.'o»llio years doctors Dronounced it a local
• !D). a W. E. AI.BERSON disease and prescribed local reme
tR) • C hak .N eaell
T ho *. G D odson dies, and by constantly failing to
W K. .V ltnow cure with local treatment,
Lytle How ard. nounced it incurable.
proven catarrh to be a constitu
NI.Y V. S. LAND OFFICE:
J. B. H vntinoton tional disease, and therefore re
H arrison K elley
quires constitional treatment.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure, manufac
tured by F. J. Chhney A- Co. Tole
HODIST KPfSCOPAI. CHURCH do. Ohio, is the only constitutional
cure on the market. It is taken in-
IM.I) WILSON Factor.
h e preaching by the pai’or in each Urnallv in dos»’* from tci. drops
■ous,until further notice
I—Burns—at 11 a m, and 4:30 pm i to a teaspoonfui
It acts directly
I- Island School House— al 11 a m
! on the blood and mucous surfaces
I— Harney—at 7 30 p rn.
[—Burns—it 11 a m, and 4:30 pm 1 of the system.
They offer one
p —Harney—at 11 a in. and 7 ¿.Op m
hundred dollars reward f«»r any
case it fails to cure, Send for cir-
culars and testimonials
LODGE. NO. 77, 1.0 0 F.
£Sr*Sold by Druggists, 75c
Id Fetlows Hall, every Saturday
I 1st and*nd Wedneadav of each
dd Fellow» Hall. All Comrade*
BRIERLY. P C.
I QUOTE YOU
G eneral M erchandise ,
A poet of Minneapolis celebrates
one of the heal tiful girls of that MRS. THOMAS GIANNINI,
metropolis in triu-ly melodiousstvle:
THIS IS THK MOST POPULAR HOTEL IN TOWN. B EC A VSR IT IB THE BEST CONDUCTKl'.
The splendid swell <:f ht r hips,
EVERY THING Is NEAT.AND COMFORTABLE ITS PATRON’S WANTS ARKCAREFUI.LY
The pink of her linger tips,
CONSIDERED ANO TABLES FURNISHED WITH EVERY THING THE MARKET AFEWRIIS
And oh! her kissable lips!
As over the pave she trips.
After this nobolly will deny that
Minneapolis is a splendid town,
and the ladies are perfectly splen
did—but rather too free in their
style.—N. Y. Sun.
Beatty’s Tour tl>e of Word.
Ex-Mayor Daniel F Bcattv. of
Beatty’s celebrated Organs and Pi
anos, Washington, New Jersey, has
returned home from an extended
tour of the world. Read bis ad
vertisement in this paper and send
For Over I’tfiv \ ear«.
A n O ld and W ell -T ried R emedy . — Mrs
Wfotlow’i hoot hl ng By nip bM been uted for
over fifty tears by mliliousof mothers for ibeir
children while teething, with perfect success
It soothes the child, softens the utirns, allat s
a'l pain, (urea wind colic, and is th»* best rem
edy for Diarrhea»«. Is pleasant to ihe taste
Sold by Druggists in every part of the World.
Twenty-five rents a I mt tie. its value is Incak u
lable. Be sure ami nsk for Mrs Winsb v’s
Soothing Syrup, and take no other kind.
Anol<l pliyvichtn. retire«! irom ] rm-lice,
having iiini pliice«! in lii- hun<i*l>v an Ea-t
India iiiis>ionarv the formula of a »impie
vegatable remedy for the qieedy and per
manent cure of (’on-umptlon. lUoiK-lii i-,
Catarrh. AatfimS and all throa Rid Lung
Affe< tion*. al»<> a |-<>-i:ive an<l noli al cure
for Nervou* Debility aud ail Nervou* Com
plaint*. after having levied it wonderful
'•urative power* in thousand* of ease*, ha*
elt it hi* duty to make it known to hi* fel
ow suffering fellow*. A<-tuate«i by tfii-
motive ami a <le-ire io relieve hr.rnan suffer
ing,! will -eixl free of charge. Io all who
<ie*ire it. thi« recipe, in German. French or
Engli-h, with full direction* for using,
Sent by mail by addressing with stamp.'
naming tni* pafier.
W A N oyf *. *■-’•> Power*' Blo- k, Roehe-
ter. N Y.
V. 8. MAILS.
The Proprietors of the Red Front ami White Front Livery Sta
bles assures the public that they are prepared to accommodate
in every way in their line of business.
JfW'Hav and grain constantly on hands, ami «airefnl hands.
Burns I>hotgrauh G-allerv,
W. H. CANADAY,
.............. :.............................. P roprietor
Nothing but first class pictures haves this Gallery. Duplicates
furnished at reduced rates.
'(live me a call.
lie that we have again open-
upplied with good meat
ed at the old stand and
C. C. McCoy, General Manager,
Stages leave Burns, Oregon, dally for Harney. Drewsey, Beulah.
Westfall and Vale, where
Close Connection is Made
with the railroad.
Good fresh horses, careful drivers, new vehicles,
RATES OF FARE FROM BURNS TO ONTARIO AND INTERVENING POINTS
Burn* to Vale
Burus. to Ontario
k parta daily. Sundays excepted.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES I
Several hundred delegates ar
rived in Cincinnati on the 18th
inst.. to attend the general confer Dry Granulated Sugar, $ 9 75 per 100tt>
1 have just received a full and
ence which began in that city on Salt.............................
Stock of Dry Goods,
the 19th There is a division of Nails,...................... . .
7.87 “ keg. Groceries, Hardware, Tinware
sentiment on the third party Ques Flour,...........
barrel Notions, etc., which I will sell
tion, but the drift seems to be favor Omaha Bacon . . . .
13 60 “ 1001b at BEDROCK PRICES FOR
able to such action ns will insure Coal Oil (Pearl)
3 00 *• can CASH ONLY
the nomination of a national ticket
H. E T hompson ,
in 1892. This conference will not I
undertake to make any no nina-
lion, but an effort will be made to
RETAIL ! !
put things in such shape that it will WHOLESALE !
he an easy matter to take action in i
the matter next year.
Dr. Graves made a statement
several days ago in which he em
phatically denies ever having ad
mitted sending the botttle of Whis
We are now located in the New Brick Block, with plenty of rosin,
key to Mrs. Barnaby, lie says he
did not know that he was accused occupying three Hours, ami each iloor
loaded with goo^s.
of poisoning Mrs. Barnaby until he
reached Denver. He has employed
wm maintain our former rules: Square Bailing. One Price-
Judge Furman as his council and
under his ad ice has refused to ap Best Quality.
pear before the grand jury. Judge
We buv Flour, Meats, Stock Salt, Barb Wire, Liverpool Salt,
Belford one of the council in tin- Canned Goods, and Coal Oil in CAR LOADS. Our Paines art LOW,
famous Millington case, has l>wen
employed by the friends of Mrs
SEWD FOJ3 QUOTATIONS ! !
Barnaby. It is extremely probable
that the grand jury will indict Dr.
Graves, in which case Judge Fur
Prprietors Huntington Warehouse.
man says he will demand an imme
.1. II. ATKIN, Manager
F. M JoRboN, N. G.
iEY POS T NO. <*. «. A R
$2.30 a Year.
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•• Pine Creek
• Weat Fall
IÜBWS—( awyow < ITT
bjs Wed need a vs. Fridays. 4 a ar
> Tbaredava a baioni ays 10 4ftp m.
Baggage, 30fr>s to each Passenger Frieght and Passengers must
•te way-billed. Passenger fare paid in advance.
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H arry F i - oyd ,
Used in Millions of Homes—40 Years the Standard.
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