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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1891.
y rol. IV—Ne 41
The Erratic* Missouri.
Thirty Hidden Skeletons.
QBE AT R EDUCTION IN I RICES !
The Missouri river cut through
Chicago, III., June 28.—Thirtv
Point, a few miles north
of Atchison, and converted several Dry Granulated Sugar, $ 9 75 per 1001b
I have just received a full and
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Missouri farms into a vast island
W. C. BYRD & SON.
complete Stock of Dry Goods,
numerous complaints have been The newly formed channel is get Salt,.............................
CS P ublishers and P roprietors .
made to the Health Office and tu| ting wider every hour and it is Nails,............................ 7.50 u keg. G-oeeries, Hardware. Tinware
barrel Notions, etc , which I will sell
the Deering street police by resi feared that the entire current will Omaha Bacon ............ 13.50 it loom at BEDROCK PRICES FOR
Il'BSCRI 1'TION RATES:
dents in the vicinity of Archer I change in less than fortv-eighi Coal Oil (Pearl).........
can CASH ONLY
11. E. T hompson ,
avenue and Hough place, who asser hours. This will leave a lake 8
miles in lenyr’h in the old bed. The i
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ted that a nuisance of aggravating river has been rising rapidly for
HERALD CLUB LIST
; form made life almost unendurable. ! twenty-four hours, and an overflow
ml Harper’.* Magazine.............. «’i.CO
Investigations was made by both de is looked for in *he bottom land
nd Harper * Weekly
_ iol Harper'*
5.‘J0 partments, but without locating the .iti( eleu Lv I he cut.
Herald hud Harper’« Young People
Yesterday the mystery
Aldcn'B Manifold ( Cyclopedia,
yclopediH. 2."" trouble.
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additional volu ne after Vol. 1,
was solved. Several boys found
•e,-eip ' 1° eeuta extra uer volume, poataxe.
Col. Corbin left Holbrook. Arizo
tad | jp^-dopiv« of all the above work« can be ex
near the corner a human skull and na, on the morning of June 23d, for
•ntlned a: leisure in the Reading Room
several thigh hones, bleached white. Kern’s Canvon, with two troops of
Publisher« of periodica’« are «olicited The iads toid the first policeman the Tenth Cavalry under command
send (flubbing rates, a copy of their work tor
our Free Leading Room—defile, and bind the they met of their discovery, and he of
We are now located in the New Brick Block, with plenty of room,
7 Pol latter «lose of every half volume, r"d w t j
notified the Health Office. Dr Canyon the force will be joined by occupying three Hours, and each lloor loaded With gOO^S.
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two companies from Fort. Wingate,
Ware, with several assistants, VISI olso two more pieces of artillery.
Will maintain our former rules:
D311illg> One Price.
A D\ ERTISI N( RATES:
ted the scene arid made «
Col. Corbin is acting under the im-
sracg ; 1 vk 2 wk 1 mo j 3 mo j 6 mo |_!Z’
thorough search than had before mediate orders of General McCook Best Ouality.
|1 50 12.50 p 00 >8 <X) 111 00 115.00
A bad odor was detec- anfi "'ll go directly to the seat ol
28. CO been made.
6 50 12 m
We buy Flour, Meats, Stock Salt, Barb Wire, Liverpool Salt.
50 00 ted from Schineman’s old iee house
(i.00 10 00 20.00
Goods, and Coal Oil in CAR LOADS. Our Puices are LOW.
. 6 œ
9.00 15.00 2600
80.00 120 00 on the corner. The searchers ripped
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(K) :o 00 40.00 GO. 00 110.00 143.00
up a part of the floor and were hor a~e in the Orihle village of stone
rifled to find rows of skeletons, to buildings situated on an elevation
some of which shreds of flesh still some thirty miles from Kern’s Can
Prprietors Huntington Warehouse.
' description executed with neatness
elung. Who placed them there is yon ami are very defiant.
at « h, al reasonable rates.
It is said to bo Colonel Corbin’s
not known, and the authorities will purpose to arrest the ring leadeis
l ili Beads.
( ards. Tit Kc1s,
make every effort to find the guilty and medicine men and remove them
persons. The theory advanced by from their tribes for a time at least.
is kept regularly on f’c for re the health officers is that some at-1
This be hopes to do without serious
In the Geo. 1’. Kewell Newspaper Ad
tach of a medical college brought trouble. The country is very dry,
Bureau, 10 Spruce at.. New York.
the subjects there to bleach. The there having been little or no rain MRS. THOMAS GIANNINI,
bones \ycre allowed to remain in the in the country since March, so the
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flame this psper when you write
The Proprietors of the Red Front and White Front Livery Sta
bles assures the public that they are prepared to accommodate
in every way in their line of business.
jf^'llav ami grain constantly on hands, ami careful hands.
Passengers taken to all parts of the country. Job Wagon it. connection.
We wish to inform the pub-
lie that we have again open-
ed at the old stand and
upplied with good meats
ETIIolU-r EPISCOPAL CHURCH
M.D. WIL8ON Paster.
ill be preaching by the pastor in each
a, until further notice-
ie ol •«■«««•
ibatti—l.uri.a-at 11 a in, and « iX) p m
Lxlh —laialKl School Hoii«e— at 11 a m
—llarney—at 7 :H0 p m.
i>ath — Burnt.— it 11 a in, and 4:30 pm
tbath—Harney—al 11 a in. and 7.¿Op in
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NEY LODGE, NO. 77, I. O O F.
at odd Fallow. Hall, every Saturday
F. M JoRDON, N. G.
I ARNEY POS T NO. «X, G. A. R.
every 1st and* 3d Wednesday of each
ai <ñld Sel Iowa' Halt. All Comrade,
M. M. BR1ERLY, P. C.
N kwbll . Ad'j'l.
U. S. MAILS.
•I'RND— valk :
and departa dally, Sundays exceptad.
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Mondata Ue<lne»iata. Friday»,r.pa.i
• I bn rada) a « Saturdays M.45*.
\ Cure for the Ailments of Man and Bea:t.
A long-tested pain reliever.
Its use is almost universal by the Housewife, the Farmer, the
Stock Raiser, and by every one requiring an effective
No other application compares with it in efficacy.
This well-known remedy has stood the test of years, almost
No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of M ustang
L iniment .
Occasions arise for its use almost every day.
All druggists and dealers have it
C. C. McCoy, General Manager,
Stages leave Burns. Ore«on, daily for Harney, Drewsev, Beulah,
Westfall and Vale, where
Close Connection is Made
with the railroad.
Good fresh horses, careful drivers, new vehielea,
KATES OF FARE FROM BURNS TO ONTARIO
Burns. I«» Ontario
•• Grove City.
|10 <M> !
Burna to Vale
•• West Fall
Baggage. 3U!b<< to each Passenger. Frieght and Passenger« must
*»e way-billed. Passenger fare paid in advance.
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