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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1801.
The swells of New York now
drink iced buttermilk. It is taken
"straight.,” but is called a butter
THE NEWS OF THE WORLD AS milk cock-tail for bar-room effect.
CULLED FROM EXCHANGES.
Our exchanges report Secretary
Blaine a very sick man. His phy
sicians say that he is in a danger
A series of unearthly noises in ous condition, his voice has lost its
the vicinity of a Mount Holly strength, and he easily becomes
(N J) cemetery, gave rise to ghost hoarse and coughs very frequently,
stories; hut investigation showed bis memory has also suffered very
that it was a man with a new bassI much. Rumor among his friends
says he cannot remember an event
On the 1st, inst., Anduboin coun a week old.
A father and son. named John
ty, Iowa, was visited by a cyclone. son. residing nerr Lakeville, Minn.,
The damage A crops was very were shot and k lie I, while defend
heavy. A large number of houses ing their own prop rty, by a notori
were blown down, quite a number ous horse thief, 3d ins*. A com
of persons injured and one man panion of the latter also shot and
wounded Mrs. Johnson, who rushed
the assistance, of her husband
Horrible cruelties ii Chili are
! and son. Thev escaped, but will b<
still perpetrated by Balmaceda; peo ¡lynched if captured.
ple, without respect to sex, age or
Mrs. Mary Ellen Lease, of the
condition, who are suspected, are
shot down like dogs. The tortures i farmers’ alliance in Kansas, speak
to which he subjects his prisoners J ing of the murder of Colonel San
j Wood said: “It is the work of this
are truly heart rendering.
¡infamous republican crowd, whe
Carpenters Union, No. 22, of San ! cannot beat us fair, but take the as
Francisco, has learned that cer sassin’s w ork in hand to put us out
tain employers of their craft are of the way. Judge Botkin is respon
trying to destroy the eight-hour sible tor the murder ofSam Wood
dav svsttm. The matter will le They tried to kill me, and failed
laid before the Builder’s Associa and now I see by special dispatcher
tion, and if the grievance is not that thev are trying to reach tl e
mother through lier children. Three
abated trouble is promised.
times have they tried to put them
Ou the night of the 2nd a boy out of the way with poisned lemon
aged 16, named Charley Proves, of ade, and thrive times Lave they
Talent Oregon, hanged himself with failed/ Sam Wood was not the man
a log chain. It is said the act was some people hifi^b pictured him
caused" by disappointment in not .He was a valuable man to Kansas
getting some articles of clothing he His assassins camot kill his mem
wanted from his parents for the 4th. Urv.
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Dry Granulated Sugar, $ 9.75 per 100ft» I have just received a full and
complete Stock of Dry Good».
Nails,............................ 7.50 « keg. Groceries, Hardware, Tinware
600 st barrel Notions, etc., which I will sell
13.50 «C 100 th at BEDROCK PRICES FOR
Coal Oil (Pearl).........
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G eneral M erchandise ,
We are now located in the New Brick Block, with plenty of room,
iccupying three floors, and each floor loaded With gOO^S
wiii maintain our former rules:
Square Dealing. One Price.
We buy Flour, Meats, Stock Salt, Barb Wire, Liverpool Salt,
Janned Goods, and Coal Oil in CAR LOADS. Our 1’dices are LOW.
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I’rprietors Huntington Warehouse.
J. H. ATKIN, Manager.
Portland Boot & Shoe Store.
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No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of M ustang
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Occasions arise for its use almost every day.
All druggists and dealers have it
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.
fWHav and grain constantly on hands, and careful hands.
Passengers taken to all parts of the country. Job Wagon in connection.
SMITH 4 RICHARDSON, Proprietors.
We solicit a share of
SVe wish to inform the pub
lic that we have again open-
ed at the old stand and
upplicd with good meat»
C. C. McCoy, General Manager,
Stages leave Burns, Oregon, daily for Harney, Drewsty, 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
Burna, to Ontario
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Baggage, 30!bs to each Passenger, Frieght and Passengers mu el
way-billed. Passenger fare paid in advance.
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