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IV— Nc 35 BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1891.
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Where the death penalty has
altogether or almost abolished
murder has increased in an extra-
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dinary degree. In Belgium mur
'ICAiJp USHERS AND PROPRIETORS. ders increasedjin a frightful manner
whenever the knowledge of the ab
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olition of the scaffold spread among
the masses. From 1865 to 1880
murders increased from 31 to 120.
Year (in advance)
, where for many years
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been no executions, mur
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from 242 in 1854 to
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eraltfand Harper's Young People
In Switzerland, where
eraldand Alden'« Manifold Cyclopedia, 2.90 518 in 1880.
M agaziB] Each additional volume after Vol. I, 55 cent»:
>18 cant« extra ver volume, postage.
¡^^■UopirB of all theaiatve works can be ex
niciBa at leisure iu the Reading Room.
cent. The same effect was pro
Publisher« of periodicals are solicited
1850 to> »«ndclubbiug rate«, a copy of their work for duced in France and Italy.
ar Free Reading Room—Wetile, and bind the
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that punishment is not reformatory
and that the death penalty is not
a deterrent of murder, account for
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AN AMERICAN MOVEMENT.
A semi-secret meeting was held
at Baltimore, a few nights ago. at
which stirring speeches were made
! luise ' '
favor of keeping America for
lhe l:< vf-dM
The effort of the peo
v description executed with neatness
iatch, at reaaonable riu.s
tifie, si nd
>r cm i Uc
Card«, Ti< Reta,
tions of the United States, such as
working and doings of the Ma
iKf.ALD is kept regularly on file for re
in the Geo. P. Raw ell New spaper Ad fia,
Anarchists, Socialists, etc.,
Bureau, 10 Spruce st.. New York
were commented on as examples
of what may happen if immediate
steps are not taken to prevent com
plications which are inevitable
Benjamin Har ri«o when men of different nations at
Levi B. Morton
JtmesG. Blaine tempt to govern the affairs of state.
y of State
y of Treasury
JohnW. Noble Said
one speaker: “Every of
y of Interior
Red field Proctor
y of W ar
Benjamin F. Tracey fice holder in the United States,
y of Navy
Jeremiah M Rusk
y of Agriculture.
whether he be a government, state,
Wm H. H
. ..John Wan^make or city official, should be a native-
er Ge lerai
born American. There are thous
J. N. Dolph
J. H Mitehen ands of offices filled to-day with
R. Binger Hermeun
P< It ou
D.Sylvester Peitnoyer refugees from other countries, while
tre of >■■■
Geo. W. McBride people who were bred and born on
y of State
J. B. McElroy American soil, are walking around
bile Instruction R
vainly seeking employ ment. Time
I) . I
» K. 8. Bean.
:■ Wm. 1’. Lord has come for action.”
• the i"P
FOI NI» OI T AT LAST
The Methodists of South Wales
have adopted resolutions express
ing their regret at learning that the
prince of Wales took part in a game
of baccarat at Tanby Croft. It
adds, “We respectfully submit to
his royal highness that by his con
duct he has offended the religious
sense of the people and drags lhe
royal house from the high position
in which it stood, and tends to les
sen the loving and devoted affec
tion to the throne which has ever
been cherished by - us.”
GREAT REDUCTION III PRICES !
I QUOTE! "STOTTS
Dry Granulated Sugar, $ 9.75 per lOOtb I have just received a full and
2.10 H K
complete Stock of Drv Goods,
. . 7.50 “ keg. G-oceries, Hardware, Tinware
6.00 “ barrel Notions, etc , which 1 will sell
Omaha Bacon .
13.50 “ 1001b at BEDROCK PRICES FOR
Coal Oil (Pearl)
.. 3.00 “ can CASH ONLY
H. E. T homps ON,
RETAIL ! !
Mrs. Helen Gougar has kept a
record of the accounts of wife mur
ders by drunken husbands, pub
lished in the daily papers, since
We are now located in the New Brick Block, with plenty of room,
each floor Inadpd
January 1, 1889. The aggregate occupying three Hoots, and
number is 3,004.
wiii maintain our former rules: Square Dealing, One Price,
Edward Ta’ser, living on South
Hill at Burlington Iowa, heard a
We buy Flour, Meats, Stock Salt, Barb Wire, Liverpool Salt,
burglar in his house and upon in
Goods, and Coal Oil in CAR LOADS. Our Puices are LOW.
vestigating it he ran into a burly
fellow, who shot him in the abdo
SEND FOR QUOTATIONS I I
Fifteen years ago
the young man’s father was shot in
Prprietors Huntington Warehouse.
the same manner in the same room
J. II. ATKIN, Manager
in the same house.
An exchange says that there is
but one lawyef in^.eaven. How he
got.there i£ not positively know’n,
but is conjectured that he passed
MRS. THOMAS GIANNINI,
■himself as an .editor and slipped in
upexpected. When his dodge was THIS IS THE MOST POPULAR HOTEL IN TOWN, BECAUSE IT IS HIE BEST CONDUCTED.
discovered they searched the realms EVERY THING IS NEAT AND COMFORTABLE ITS PATRON’S WANTS ARE CAREFULLY
CONSIDERED AND TABLES FURNISHED WITH EVERY THING THE M ARKET AFFORDS.
of felicity in their length and
breadth for another lawyer to d”aw
up the papers of ejectment, but as
they could not find one, of course
he held the fort.
Brin y'» 1' >A.- tn • .»!' Word.
Ex-Mayor Daniel F Beatty, of
Beatty’s celebrated Organs and Pi
anos, Washington, New .Jersey, has
returned lion e from an extended
tour of the world. Read his ad
vertisement in this paper ami semi
Kheubiu S. St rahm
Itioi P. : ■'
I SIXTH JUDICIAL district :
section of the country than all
M. D CLIFFORD I
For Over Fifty Years.
< H AS. F. 11 V I K other diseases put together, and un
The Proprietors of the Red Front and White Front Livery Sta
< xi* l>!Mrict [Attorney
D. 8. D vstin
irte n «oint-* tV resell tati ve
A n O ld and W ell T ried R emedy .— Mrs
bles assures the public that they are prepared to accommodate
(D) H enry B lackman
Wit.«low's Soothing sirttp hns been lined for
‘ olnl-Sc inator
< «m t “1
to be incurable. For a great many over fifty years by millioDgof mother« for their
everv way in their line of business.
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w hile tee: hltig. with iterfeet aneee««
CIlt’NTY— HARNEY :
years doctors pronounced it a local ehlldren
“llav and grain constantly on hands, and careful hands.
ä«llv« <• jft
It Boothes the child, soften« the gum it allays
a'l pain, cures wl:id colic, atttl is the lx st retn
rack disease and prescribed local
Passengers taken to all parts of the country. Job Wagon in connection.
edy for Diarrhea*«. Is pleasant to the taste
T. H. R oberts
dies, and by constantly failing to Sold by Druggists in every part of the world.
(D) T. A. M c K innon
A. A. C owinh cure with
local treatment, pro table Be sure and nak for Mm Winslow’s
• (D). W. F.. Al.HERSON
Science has soothing sy rup, ami take no other kind.
mas .N b * eli . nounced it incurable.
Titos. G. D odson
proven catarrh to be a constitu
W k . A ltnow tional disease, and therefore
SMITH A RICHARDSON, Proprietors.
An old pli vician. retired from j rat-lice, We wish to inforni the pub-
We solicit a share of
quires constitional treatment.
having hati placed in his hands by an East
HARNEY f. s.
S. LAND OFFICE: •
Hall’s Catarrh Cure, manufac India missionary the formula of a '(tuple
J. B. H untinoton
vegatable remedy for the speedy and per
the patronage. Shop
..H arrison K elley tured by F. J. Chhney eV Co. Tole manent cure ol Consumption, Bronchitis,
:he : ■■■■
Catarrh. Asthma and all throat and Lung
I cure on the market. It is taken in Affections, also a positive and radical cure
upplied with good meat
for Nervous Debility aud all Nervous Com
[th r h«C
ternally in doses from ten drops plaints,
after having tested it wonderfnl
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH to a teaspoonfui
It acts directly r-urative powers in thotisamls of ease«, hit*
M.D. WILSON Pastor.
it hi« fluty to make it known to hisfel-
will be preaching by lhe pallor in each t
ow suffering fellows. Actuated by 'hi-
« follow«, until furl her notice-
' ior c
motive it nd a de-ire to relieve hnmnn «tiffer-
bbath—Buris—at 11 a tn. and 4:30 p m
will «end free of charge, to all who
dollars reward for any ins.I
>t»«th— island School House— «t 11 s m hundred
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tje«ire it. thi« recipe, in German. French or
—Harney—at 7 30 p ni.
case it fails to cure. Send for cir- Engli'h. with full directions for n Ing.
hath—Burr.»— it 11 a nt, and 4:9# p ni
bbath—Harney— at 11a la. and 7i0p tn culars and testimonials.
Address. Sent by mail by ad<lre-sing with stamp,
F. J. Cheney A Co .Toledo, O. naming
A W. N oyes , *20 Powers’ Block, Itoehes
fBTSold by Druggists, 75c.
ter. N Y.
ice of i
INE Y LODGE. NO. 77, I. O O F.
■t odd Fellows Hail, every Saturday
F M J, HD.>N, N. G.
I ortow . Tree»
I a RSEY POS T NO. 4». G. A. R.
every lit and*:*d Wednesday <»f ea* h
nt < Kid Fellows' Hall. All Cutara»lea
a andin* invited.
M. M BB1ERLY. P. C.
N ewell . Art’J’t.
Stages leave Burns. Or< gon, daily for Harney, Drewsey, Beulah,
Westfall and Vale, where
Close Connection is Made
with the railroad.
Good fresh horses, careful drivers, new vehicles,
RATES OF FAKE FROM Bt RNs TO ONTARIO AND INTERVENING POINTS:
Burna, to Ontario
|H> on i
Hu run tu Vale
•* Grove ( Tty .
# 50 I
‘ Wett Fall
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•• Pine <*reek
2 ’«0 |
Baggage, 30!bs to each I’assenger. Fn’eght and Passengers must
he way-billed. Passenger fare paid in advance. a
rrtren aud departa dall). Fuo¿aya exrepfed.
bub *»—cawYMi cîyt :
Monda v o W vdr.eada)a. Frida* a. 6 t m.
•adata Thuredata a'aturda)» io
C. C. McCoy, General Manager,
H arry F loyd ,
Used in Millions of Homes—40 Years the Standard.
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