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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY,
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NOVEMBER 21.” 1891
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cate dated in N< oíenibw 1890.
GREAT REDUCTION IN RICES I
UBU8HEED VERY WBDNESD AY
i When the certificat
até was shown
Some time ago as a short train of there was a scene. Wife No. 1 and
flat cars was running up the Duluth the sister of the deceased attempted
A full and Complete Stock of Groceries and Supplies.
and Winnipeg road into Itasca to secure the oertificatp and the wo Ranchers wishing to purchase their supplies will do well to call and see
P ublishers and P roprietors .
■ county, Minnesota, a large moose men were «son screaming, scratch-
what we can do for them before going elsewhere.
was discovered near the track.
In ieg and pulling one Another’s hair.
Everything at BED ROCK PRICES.
The coroner finally succeeded in
an instant he flew ahead of the
t Months. .............................................. *1.50
Wife No 1 and
train along the old tote path used restoring order.
H. E. T hompson ,
|e Year (in advance)
by the Indians and woodsmen be deceased's sitter left the place very
HERALD CLUB LIST
fore the railway was built. The indignant. ïhen No. 2 also left,
Id and Harper'*: Magazine...... 5.00
Id and Harper’s Weekly.............. 5.20 path was close to the car track and and now it is pmpable that the
Id and Harper’s Bazar.................... 5.20
parallel with it. As there are no body will be buried in a pauper’s
Id and Harper's Young People
A Ider? ’s a Manifold 'Cyclopedia,
Cycloped is 2.00 regular trains
on Sunday the grave.
additional volume after Vol. I, 55 cents:
HUNTINGTON........................................... ...... OREGON.
iti extra ner volume, poetage.
engineer had a clear field and
Copies of all the above works can be ex he determined to show the mouse MURDERED 200
I at leisure in the Reading Room.
how to run The iron horse snort
YE a RS AGO
■Publtshera of periodical! are aolicited ed and bounded along over his
We are now located in the New Brick Block, with plenty of room,
eJ tabbing ratea, a copy of their work for
Reading Room—We file and bind the track of steel, while all on board in
three doors, and each tloor loaded With gOOds.
— Wane of every half-volume, end r»v n
H ermosillo , N. M., Nov. 11.—
tently watched the race. It was a
our former rules: SqUaTQ Dsalillg. UH6 Price.
A strange discover? has been made
four-mile straightaway run.
here, which shows that a most hor Best Quality.
The moose’s gait was an indes
huv flour, Meats, Stock Salt, Barb Wire, Liverpool Salk
’K j 1 wk |2wk I imo J S mo J 6 mo 1 1 yr
rible murder has been committed
cribable trot, such as only the
and Coal Oil in CAR LOADS. Our Prices are LOW
jh U.50 |2 50 16.00 *t> no Sil 00 «15.00
at some period long past. One of
» 00 4.00 6.50 12 03 18.00 28 00 moose can exhibit; his hind feet
» 50, 5.00 S 00 15.00 24.00 40 00
thé oldest places in the town is a
4.50 6 00 10.00 20 00 32.00 50 00 fanning his earc, hia tongue hang
11. «.00 8 00 15 00 28.00 48 00 54.00
large adobe house on th« southern
12.0« 16 00 28 00 48 00 80.00 120 00 ing from his mouth, every muscle
■20.00 SO 00 40 00 60 00 110 00 140 00
out-skirtB. which is said to be the
in his body moving, while his paces
Prprietors Huntington Warehouse.
oldest house in the Territory. This
were apparently two rods in length.
J. H. AITKIN, Manage»
house was built by the Spaniards
At first it was only a little jog, but
very description executed with neatness
when they first came to this country
lespatch, at reasonable rates.
as the engine began to do its best
has been added to and taken
the moose let himself out a knot at
until only a émail part of the
menta. Note Heads, Cards, Tickets,
a time, and all the mysterious pow
LUNA BURG <t FRY, P roprietors , B urns , O regon .
original remains. This remaining
H kra LD is kept regularly on file for re-
portion consists of the central por
e, in the Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad this monarch of the forest.
$3,000 Stock Boota and Shoes, of the very bet1 quality juat received
ii g Bureau. 10 Spruce st.. New York.
tion and was left on account of the
Faster and faster sped the en solidity of the walls. It was‘deter
Cheapest Place in Town for Cash.
gine, but still the frightened moose mined not long ago bv the ownei
Aleo. Custom work and Repairing neatly duna.
trotted in the van, letting oijt his to tear down paît cf this wall and
tongue another link, and adding a change the shape .^f the building
lent ......................... .. Beniamin Harrison kno|^as it was needed, to bis gait.
The workmen haainam* but a few
taryof State .
tary of Treasury .............. Charles Foster, But when four miles had thus been blows when they found that the ap
John W. Noble
tary of Interior .
.......Redfield Proctor traversed, the contestants came up parently solid walls was hollow
tary of War. ..
tary of Wavy-------- ----------------
.......... .. F.
taryof Agriculture. . Jeremiah M. Rusk on a clearing where men were gath An opening was made large enough
Wm. H. Miller
sey General ...
Thus driven from his path to show the interior, and it was
. . John Wanamaker ered.
stain — obxgon :
way and forced to abandon what found that the cavity contained a
Dolph seemed a playful pastime, the moose
R....J I j. ->• h »-
skeleton An investigation showed
result ................... R. Binger Hermann
taor............................. D.Sylvester Pennoyer dashed across the track several rods that some man had been chained
ary of State
. . .R. Geo. W. McBride in front of the engine, and a mo
to the wall and left to die of hunger
Public Instruction..R....... ’J. B. McElroy ment later, without awaiting the
Printer................... R...........Frank Bakot
and thirst. On the wall near tire
) R. 8. Bean, award of his well-eained laurels, staple where lhe chain was attached
ka Judges ............ R
J Wm. P. Lord
> W. W. Thayer was lost to sight in the forest.—
were scratched tire words, '‘Manuel
The Proprietors of the White Front Livery Stable as
Reuben 8. Strahn.
sure the public that they are prepared to accommodate
stXTH judicial Dtrraicr:
Del Murrilos,” which is supposed
K Judge .. ............... D......... M. D. CurroaD
every way in their line of bubiness.
to have l>een the name of the un
M Attorney ............ .D
C nas . F. H tdb
and grain constantly on hands, and careful help.
(D). ... D. S. D ustin
fortunate who was left to die. There
Senator.................. (D) .HaNar B lackman
Fought Over the Corpse.
to all parts of the country. Job Wagon in connection
is no possible means of determining
-COUNTY—B AXNKY :
I -4dgn................... (D) ....... Ww. M ills .
H oboken , N. J-, Nov. 11.—Three how long the body had been there,
-W1. E. Gaaca
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>1 c K innon women engaged in a row in an un hut it must have lieen placed there
TOM ANDER3ON Prop’t, HENRY CALDWELL, Manoger.
,77.. A. A. C0W1M
200 years ago.—The Republic.
. W.R. ALsaasos dertaker’s shop here yesterday, the
A M uom Against an Engine.
W. c. BYRD & SON.
G ebnea L M erchandise
SEND FOR QUOTATNIOS I I
Portland Boot & Shoe Store.
B URNS BUTCHER SHOP.
C mas .N nwkll
T mos . G D odson
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n v. «. band orncx:
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cause being rival claims to a body
which was taken out of the river
two days ago. The body was that
<rf Frank D. Eberle, a cigarmaker
of Harlem, in whose pocket was
found, a letter from Mrs. Hattie
Eberle, of Long Branch.
The two women went ts the un
S METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
M.D. WILSON Pastor
dertaker’s establishment where the
» will be preaching by the pateawteeas*
body was lying snd one of them
as follows,untU further noticu-
ibbath—Burns—at 11 a m, and 4 M p m
ibterth— talaad School Howe- at U a ■ said that the man had been her
abbath— Harney-at 11 a ss, and 7 bSp m
husband and the father of her three
children. Her companion was an
unmarried sister of Eberle. While
the two were sobbing and crying a
good-looking, rather flashily dressed
woman entered and announced that
she waa Mrs. Eberie. of Long
Branch. It »« evident that she
knew the other women and that
they knew her.
U. 8. MAIIA.
when tbs newcomer said she want
ed to take charge of the body. The
other woman began to cry and
then to abuse the new-comer. The
latter produced a marriage certifl* I
THE WILD MAS OF FAYETTE.
A wild man has appeared in the
vicinity of Beck’« Creek, Loudon
Township, in the northeastern part
oftliie (Fayette) county.Ill. a wild
man is terrorising the people. He
has been seen twice witbin the last
week, and yesterday a party soon
of hunters sighted him. but he
disappeared and they could get no
further trace of him. He has fea
tures resembling those of a negro
ora half-breed Indian, ia of medium
height and is in a elate of perfect
nudity. The people in the neigh
borhood are organising a searching
party for the purpose of captaring
Will seiwcustomers with the best that can be procured, with
any amount from One to Fve Hundred lbs.
C. C. McCoy, Generai Manager,
Stage« leave Barn«, Oregon, daily fur Harney, Drewaey, Beulah.
Westfall and Vale, where
Colse Connection is Made
with the railroad.
Good freah horses, careful driven, new vehicles,
BATES OF PABR FROM BURNS TO ONTARIO
Suras, te Salarte
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Si««» 1 Barns
- !Uro»e City
......... ( te
....... «SO '
* Sautab .............
t Pina Creek
AND INTERVENIR« POINTS-
- Warn Fail ............ .......
" Drewsay ........... ......... «5
Harney ........... .......
RaggsjS, 30t>s to each Passenger. Freight and Passengers must
he way-lulled. Passenger fare paid in advance
J M. V aughn
H arry F loy »,
N eri A ckers ,
Barna A gant.