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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 29, 1891)
BECAUSE IT GOBS
BEFORE THE PUB-
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, AUGUST 29, 1891
ISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
r. C. BYRD & SON.
LI8HERS AND PROPRIETORS.
NEWS IN BRIEF.
THE NEWS OF THE WOULD
Cl'I.F.D FROM EXCHANGES.
How the Renders Were Swung.
Three balloon accidents have hap
pened in this country in the last
ten days, two proving fatal. The
last one a lady—“Mlle Frankie
Lavelle, the Queen of the air”—in
attempting to preform on a trapeze
bar in mid air, 1000 feet from the
ground, fell to the ground. Those
who witnessed the terrible catastro
phe, hurried to the spot where the
body fell, and behold a sickening
sight. She had evidently struck on
her head, every bone in her body
was broken and the frame reduced
to a pulp.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES I
I QUOTE YOU
Dry Granulated Sugar, I 9.75 per lOOfb I have just received a full and
2.10 U «4
complete Stock of Dry Goods,
Nails,....................... . . 7.50 “ keg. Groceries, Hardware, Tinwar«
6.00 '* barrel Notions, etc., which I will sell
Omaha Bacon........ .
13.50 “ lOOîb at BEDROCK PRICES FOR
Coal Oil (Pearl) . .
can CASH ONLY
H. E. T hompson ,
K. B Randolph, an attorney of
city, who has just returned from
. ... .1.50
Kan., says that he there
’ear (in advance)
made the acquaintance of Tom
■ HERALD club list
Doolittle, an old time fighter, who
■Mid and Harper’.- Magazine........... 5.00
■gHanii Har|«r’» Weekly
....... 5.20 told him a story of the famous Ben
RETAIL ! I
■goldand Harper’» Bazar
leraldand Harper’* Young People
.3 7.1 der family, which if true settles all
laraM and Alden's Manifold Cyclopedia, 2.9c
■aeh additional volume after Vol. 1, 55 cents question as to the whereabouts of
W cents extra oer volume, postage.
HUNTINGTON, ............................................. OREGON.
the family 01 murderers.
M9*Copleaof all the above works can be ex
Doolittle says that after the mur
wined at leisure in the Reading Room
der of York a band of searchers,
^Fublishers of periodicals are solicited
Martinique Is^nd Swept by a Cyelene.
HRbbing rates, a copy of their work fo> headed by the murdered mansbroth-
so Reading Room—We file, and bind the er, went to the Bender house and
We are now located in the New Brick Block, with plenty of room,
it close of every half volume, end r*v < i
three floors, and each floor loaded With gOOOS.
extorted a confession from the old
woman. They then quietly proceed
Will maintain our former rules: Square Dsalillg. One PriCQ.
the Island, Martinique, on the 19th
I-1— and son to the rafters of the house. I in6t, destroying twenty vessels, and Best Ouality.
All 50 |2 50 15-00
We bnv Flour, Meats, Stock Salt, Barb Wire, Liverpool Salt,
1 » uo 4 00 6 50 12 01 ! 13.00 28. CO During this proceeding Kate Bender killing sixty persons.
I 3 50 5 00 8 00 15 00, 24.00 40 00
Goods, and Coal Oil in CAR LOADS. Our Piices are LOW.
I 4 50 fi.00 10 00 20.00 32 00 50 00 uttered some protest, arid was shot
¡ing was enormous. Numerous
I 6 00 9 00 15 00 2«.00 4« 00 54.00
112.00 16 00 28 00 43 00 30.00 120.00 to death.
After the family had sugar, coflfce, cotton and cocoa plan-
SEND FOR QUOTATIONS I !
tuo 00 30 00 40 00 1 tio oo no oo 140.00
’ * destroyed,
been dispatched, York’s avengers J tatious were totally
took the bodies to the creek bed J the improvements and forests in the
Prprietors Huntington Warehouse.
some vanls distant from the house 1 ¡path of the cyclone" were swept
iy description executed with neatness
J. H. AITKIN, Manager.
patch, at reasonable rate«.
and buried them.
Never Touchad the Chicken.
The attention of a family living
Salem Ill., Aug. 18.—A .peculiar
on an adjacent ranch was attract piece of evidence was developed in
ed to the Bender place some days the Coroner’s inquest held by Cor-
is kept regularly on file for re
Portland Boot & Shoe Store.
Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad afterwards bv a starving calf, and 1 j oner J. H Lakin aver the bodv of
Inreau, 10 Spruce at.. New York.
LUNABURG & FRY, P roprietors , B urns , O regon .
then the absence of the family was Miss Mary Wilson, who was killed
made known to the public. This1
afternoon. The Adv was' greasing $3,000 Stock Boots snd Shoes, of the very beet duality . )uet received
gave rise to the report that the the heads of some little chickens
Cheapest Place in Town for Cash,
murderous family had fled to avoid with a preparation to kill lice
N ational :
Benjamín Har riso
When the stroke of lightning killed
Aino, Custom work and Repairing neatly done.
Levi P. Morton punishment, and caused the pro
she had a little chick in her left
hand and was in the act of taking
John W. Noble officers of the law.—St. Joseph, Mo, I
some grease out of a cup on the
’ of War
Benjamín F. Tracev Special to the Cincinnati Enquirer.groi]n(j
i of Navy
____ 1. When she was found.
Jeremiah M. Knsk
’ of Agriculture
Wm. H. Mlller
was several minutes after she
Under a new law in Georgiai
kjlle<] she W|,R Btin 1)((1(lillg the
when a doctor is convicted of' chicken by the limbs with a tight
J. N. Dolph
The chick was released and
J. H Mltchau drunkenness he can no
Binger Hermelin practice medicine in that Mate.
r . ~
( of State
blic Instruction R
i K. 8. Bean.
[ Wm. P. lx>rd
W. W. Thaver
Rheubln 8 Strahm
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
M. D. C lifford
C has . F. H yde
D. 8. D ustin
.(D). H enry B lackman
Wn. M illes
,W. E. G rack
T. H. R oberts
(D) T. A. M c K innon
A. A. COWING
L . .
.IV,. W. E. A i . bkkkon
C has .N ewell
Iperintendent . (R)
T hus . G. D olison
Wn. A ltnow
a. land ottici:
. J. B. H untington
..H arrison K elley
IETHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
M.D. WILSON Psstor.
ill be preaching by the pastor in each
follows,until further notice-
«th—Hurns—at 11 a m, and 4:30 pm
ath—Island School House— at 11 a m
—Harney—at 7:30 p m.
Btb—Burna—M 11 a m, and 4:30 pm
bath—Harney—at 11a m, and 7:i0p m
IEY LODGE, NO. 77, I. O O F.
tOdd Fellows Hall, every Psturdsy
H, M H obtom , N. G.
tRNEY FOB T NO. 48, G. A. R.
rery 1st and* 3d Wednesday of each
l Odd Fellows’ Hall. All Comrades
M. M. BR1ERLY. P. C.
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C. C. McCoy, General Manager,
Stages leave Burns, Oregon, daily for Harney, Drewsey, Beulah,
Westfall and Vale, where
Close Connection is Made
with the railroad.
fresh horses, careful drivers, new vehicles,
RATES OF FARE FROM BURNS TO ONTARIO AND INTERVENING POINTS:
110 O» I Burns to Vale
Burnt, to Ontario
- West Fall
•8 " •• Grove
8. - Fine
Baggage. 30tt>s to each Passenger, Frieght and Passengers mus I
he way-billed. Passenger fare paid in advance.
N rri A kleb , f
J.M. V auhgw .
H arry F loyd ,
D vision Agent. _