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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. OCTOBER 14
B I1 W
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
W. C. BYRD a SON.
P roprietors .
f IM W
Chas. Stuart Parnell, the noted conservative business managers of
Irish leader, died Sunday, Oct. 6, railroads. It was always a sore
at Brighton. The doctors who at point with him, and wherever he
tended him in his last illness, say : heird the reputation of the Vander
A full and Complete Stock of Groceries and Supplies.
his death was caused by acute bilt family mentioned »it was his
Ranchers wishing to purchase their supplies will do well to call and
rheumatism and congestion of the custom to exclaim: ‘ “Look at my
Missouri Pacific. It has paid divi what we can do for you before going elsewhere.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES !
Everything at BED ROCK PRICES.
dends more regularly than the New
John H. Parton, an American.. ork Central.
M hen Gou.d decid-
H. E. T hompson ,
who has been engaged in the min- e<1 to rui" the credit of ,hat P™P-r-!
HERALD CLUB LIST
tng business near Metzfillian state ! ‘-v in order to break ‘be stock mark -1
Herald mid Harper'» Magazine .
.. .. 5.00
Herald ami Harper’s Weekly
............ 5.20 of Hidalgo,Mexico, returned recent et and demonstrate his power it
Herald ami Harper’s Bazar
Herald ami llarjier's Young People
3.75 ly fronj that country and reports an must have been a grievous strain
Herald and Alden’» Manifold Cyclopedia, '-'.'»0 .
on him. It only showed the man’s
Each additional volume after Vol. I, 5.5 cent«: Indian outbreak which has been in
HUNTINGTON, ............................................... OREGON.
10 cent« ext ra ner volume. p. si age.
progress for some time in the dis enormous vanity and love of power
Copies of all the above work» can bo ex
trict ofTulainengo. The trouble is that he should take such a desper
«mined at leisure in the Reading Room
¡an outgrowth of an attempt on the ate step in order to assert that he
Publishers of periodicals are solicited
We are now - ’ located
New . Brick
■ ’ ’ in the
co send clubbing rates, a copy of their work for part of colonies of Spaniards and could control a market at a time
out Free Reading Room—We file und bind the
¡occupying three floors, ami each floor looked With P OODS
latter at dose of every half volume, cui n«v < i [Germans attempting io settle <>n when all were sceptical of his abili
copies bv advertisement.
Will maintain our former rules:
Indian lands. A few days before ty Iodo so. It ha« also been well
his departure the Indians attacked
ERTI SING KAT ES :
I been in a delicate state of health
We buv clour, Meats, Stock Salt, Barb Wire, Liverpool Salt,
1 wk. 2 wk 1 inn B. IDO ti mo 1 lyr the whites and murdered 200 peo
women and which was ill-caiculated to bear the Canned Goods, and Coal Oil in CAR LOADS. Our Paices are LOW.
*. ’.neh »1.50 »2.50 »5.00 »3 b0| »11 00 115.00 ple, including men
G .-»0 12 ot
The Colonists had ap [ strain of any great excitement. His
10 00 children.
S.00 1.» IX)
1 1 00
4.50 6.00 10.00 20.00 Ò2.00
I close friends have reconized that he
46. (X) 54.00 pealed to the government for help
6.00 9.00 15.00 23.00
12.00 16.00 Ï3.00 4S.00 30.00 KO 00
might break down irretrievably at
C O R R E S P O N D E N C E S O LICIT E D.
-0 00 30.00 40 00 tiO.OO 110 00 140.00 !
Prprietors Huntington Warehouse.
The government locks at the Cas 1 why, the niwnejous reports about his
JOB WORK •
J. H. AITKIN, Manager.
cad.es are going up at. the rate of a j health hifve been so readily credited
Of every description executed with neatness
foot and a half p< r day. The low as all believed he vyould be taken
sud despatch, al reasonable rate«
er gate will be completed l»v.the off Sufldenlv.
Cart.«, Tit net 8.
St a: emeu a.
middle of next ^ionth. Heretofore
LUNA BURG A- FRY, P roprietors , B urns , O regon .
[the work has been slow, as it was»
One Year (in advance)
O.’ o __ CO.
Square Bailing» une Price»
SEND FOR QUOTATIONS ! !
Portland 3oot & Shoe Store.
Aitici ù ¿.i? VcLi tics
T he H erald is kept regutariv on file for re ’
(erence, in the Cieo. I*. Rowell Newspaper A<1
>prn< e st., m - v . »«»!-.
i m» w—n ’■ i ’» mw .- zu
all under^witertbut now they can
$3,000 StockIhtoi.K and sh . ivb , of the very lira» ^ hh icy just received
hurry it. The «oilth gate i% com
Cheapest Place in l own lor Cash,
The beauty • of American
pleted ytfti the north one is.np pro-
! bably a third of the wav—twenty
feet. The building of these great wt41 tnerilpd: it is doubtful wl eth»
er apy cyuntrv ctjlA -how a more
Benjamín II [ar riso i locks is a nmgnifi.-ent pieoeof wrtrk.
l evi I’. Mortoli
notable bevy of perfectly lovely wo
James G. Piatile i which, when completed, will stand
Se< jet«r.v vf State
CliHrlcR F, «ter.
Secretary of Treasury
than those whose portraits are i
Jolin W. Noble as a monument to the eng’neering
Seeletary of Interior
Secretary of War
Th«» L'a’es, wb« n given iti the November number of
Benjamin F. Trai ev [ skill of th»' i ge.
Secretary of Navy
Jeremiah M. R .sk
Secretary of Agri« ultnre.
Demorest’s Family Magazine, just
Win. H. Miller hunt; will be the largest, lock gates
Exquisite pictures of a
They >i’’»- . f score of "Famous Beauties of the
J. N. l><»’pli | weighing 1’0 tons.
J. II Mitch i
South” affords a feast of beautv
R. Binger Hermenn I-t» el and ::re ♦<• swing upon giant
that everyone should enjoy, ami
Geo. W. McBride ; hi. ges.—The Dalles Chronicle.
Secretary of State
may. I v simpiy procuring a copy
J. B. McElroy
Sept. Public Instruction R
this splendid t.umber of this til-
Another crazy Frenchman heard
R. b. Bean.
ways excellent Family Magazine
Perhaps we can hope that
1 W. W. Tha»er from.
Ami this is not its only great at
Reuben e. r-trahn
Proprietor* of the White Front Livrrv Stable a«-
M. Rochfort will yet betake himself
SIXTH JUDICIAL DIRTHUT:
► uro the
t hat they ;ire prt paaed to accommodate
traction. A unique series of at
M. D. C lifford to the grave of a mistress and there
line of business.
,D C has . F. H yde
bist riet Attorney
(D). D. s. D ustin emulate the example of his active,
Joi n t-Kcprt Mentati ve
on hands, and careful luinds.
“The Romances of Pre-Columbian
.(D). H enry B lackman
unscrupulous, immoral, degraded,
Discoveries,” handsomely illustrat Passengers taken to all parts of the country. Job Wagon in connection
COUNTY—H ARNEY :
egotistic and crazy friend—Boulang
W m . M illee
County . jdge
ed. whieii are »•npe<-tHlly :>pr ,p s
.W. !.. GRAVE er.
The «> rd is n»»t improved by
at this tim<; “Her Souls Secret” is
.. (D) “ T. II. R obert »
..(D) T. A. M c K innon the • xamplcs set by such as they:
A. CO.« ING ‘
an absorbing novelette; any woman
TOM ANDERON Prop’t . HENIO CALDW ELL, Monoger.
...(D). W. E. ALHEKSoN neither is ,'myone made happier that
CH AR. N e .» ELL
can learn to ride, and to ride grace
School Superintendent .(K)
T hor . G. bol, sos thev have lived
A life studi as that .
fully, if she wili follow the rules
W m . A ltnow of Boulanger has had a fitting ter
given in "Lessons in Riding;” house
initiation. It requires a mind fer
keepers will find some appetizing
HARNEY U. R. LAND OFFICE:
with imagination to fimi enough
..................... J. B. H untington
’Thanksgiving Menus;” in fact.-
..H arbison H hli . kv
in the work of his life out of which
something to interest everybody
to frame even a few compassionate;
will be found in this comprehensive
C HT RC H DIRECTORY,
lint s to his memory..— Huntington Magazine, which is published for
Will »elv«-customer» with il e I • ft il»«i cun l.e procured, with
amount from Outfit» Fve-Hundred tbs.
BCRXS METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
1»2 a year l»v W. J< nil 1 g* Demon st
3B URNS E»UTCRER SHOP.
M.D. WIIAKtN Pastor.
There will be preaching by the pastor in each
■onth ns follows.until further notice'
lit Sabbath—hurt'«—at 11 a tn. and 4:30 p m :
M Sabbath—island S<hool House— at 11 a m
—Harney—at 7:30 pm.
Id Sabbath—Burtts—it 11 a m. and 4:30 pm
<th Sabbath—Harney—at 11 a nt. and 7:;.0p m
H arney lodge , no . 77, 1. o o f .
. Meets it Odd Fellow« H«H, every Saturday
H, M H orton , N.’G.
MB Brvwn, Treat.
H arney pos
t no . is . g . a . r .
Meet« every l«t and'.Id Wedneidav of each
■«ntb, at tfdii Fellow«’ Hall. All Comrade«
tn tovd standing invited.
M. M. BRIERLY. P. C.
CB a «. N xwxll , Ad’j’t.
U. 8. MAILS
wl»« «nd depart« dally. Mondsys excepted.
•mve« Mondavi, Wednesdays. Friday«.6pm.
**’»• Tue«da>«. Tuesdays A Saturday« * «■>•
15 East 14th »St.. New York City
JAY GOVI.irS II.LXF.SS.
The illness of Jav Gould is the
all-absorbing theme of conversation
in business circles. The sensation
al reports of his collapse at the Mis
souri Pacific meeting had no effect
upon the stock market except to
cause an advance of j point in the
price at the epening.
Well informed Wall street men
are not supprised that Mr. Gould
has broken down under the strain
of the event« of the past few weeks.
The Missouri Pacific has always
been Gould’s petproperty. Helms
always been jealous of the reputa
tion that the Vanderbilt« enjov as
The < < J c. 1 1 ,< c
A MjrsteHoiiw Death
At Union Ore.. Oct. 5 the people of
of that city are dumbfounded nt the
C. C. McCoy, General Manager,
news of the death of Mrs. J C. »Sum- '
niers, a prominent and well known
Stage« leave Burn«. Oregon, daily for Harney, Drewsey, Beulak
lady merchant of Union. Her I mm I v
Westfall anti Vale, where
was found at about 6 o’clock that i
morning lying face down ward with
with the railroad. C
Good fresh horses, careful drivers, new vehicles,
her hands tied behind her lack in
RATES «¿F FARE FRoM’m RNM To ONTARIO
||ll 0U I Burna t® Vale
Enrrifl. to oiitarl«»
a ditch of running water on C street.
•• Went FMI
Life was extinct when she was di«
.. . 4.1«
2 ■<> |
covered Whether it is murder or Baggage. 30lbs to each Passenger. Frieght and Passengers must
«uicidej» yet a matter of doubt.
fare paid in advance.
*>e way-hilkd. Passenger
N f . hi A ckl »:«,
A jury has lteen impanneled and a
H arry F loyd ,
J M.V aighm ,
coroner's inquest is now being held.
Close Connection is Made