East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, February 06, 1895, Image 1

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    VOL. VIII.
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. EER
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NO 11
The train was oidigrrl to return
here and a wanent was issued t r
Sullivans arrest, He still «-fit ct
uallv blin ks the track, although
District Attorney Jones sa} s lie
will remove the obsti uction and
......................
arrest all paities offering
resistance,
— Statesman
World both fir 42 25 a year. Take H untington , Oreg , Jan. 26, ’94.
advantage
of this oiler and get
'Die “Oregon Commercial Co.,**
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY'
your own local paper and th« i have this day bought the entire
BY
Twice a-Week World at this special Business of the “Oregon Construc-
W.C. BYRD & SON.
rate.
T he H erald .
ion Co ” of thi* place including
PlJllLISIIERS AND PROPRIETORS.
Moneys. Accounts, Bills Receivable,
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Merchandise, Lumber, Coal, W«»<>d,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
A good ranch belonging to II. G.
Earming
Implements, Warehouse
One Year ..................................................
|2.Lo
Campbell, containing 160 acres 12
Six Moul ha
«nd Real Estate. And assumed alt
Three Month,
niiles south east of Burns. This
Eighty
million
dollars
in
bills
i
debts
and liabilities of said “Oregon
HERALD Ul.lJB I.I.-T:
ranch has about 100 acres of good
Herald Hint HarperS Magazine.. . . .. 5.CO
Construction
Co.,” and have Incor­
were shipped to Atlanta yesterday. |
Herald and Harper’s Weekly
. .. 6.20
meadow land. Price 4*800 or will
Herald and Harper’s Bazar..........
. . 5.20
porated with 4!5O,OOO.
Capital
i I he maniouth packag-s of money
Herald and Harjar's Young People.
3.75
trade for sheep.
The otticer»
filling five large dry goods boxes
i stock fully paid in.
Herald and Alden’» Manifold Uxi lopedia,. .2.30
B yrd «t K ino .
e «eh a l iltiuna.1 volume after Vol. 1 55 cent»:
are:
and making more than a dray load.
lu < ent» extra uer volume, t«.stage.
II. M. S teel , President.
I None of I lie bills are current how
Copic» of all the above works can be ex •
Lfl
«mined al leisure ill the Beading Room.
J.
II. A itkin , Vice Pres.
jo’er. as they represent “nothing in
i&- 1 ’nblishers of periodicals are solicited
G eo . A. S teel , Secy.
! (bid's earth no>v and naught in the
Wn L ©oaeiLAS
m senu < tubbing raus, a copy of their work for
uur Free Resiling Rouiu—W e file mol bind the
Oregon Commercial Co. I»er J.
waters below it ” They were coi - i
alter at el.«e of every half-volume, end «••'
ISTHCaZST.
«opiee hv adverliBcmetit.
II. Aitkin, mgr.
' federate bill? of the ra e<t tvp •
■iJüLi FIT FOa A KINO.
s
. COÌ2DOVANT,
The huge pile of Genuine Con-|
r":N:iiiCNAi.zu.:3 calf .
ADVERTISING RATES:
federate money was shipped here
4.°3.-? Fit:: Cflif
IF VCR
1 wk 12 Wk 1 mu :> mo i 0 ino 1
v3.'rJ?rCrj:Z,DCGLC3.
from RielniMud, Va , the former
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I Ill'll »1.5Ü '»2.50 ♦Ô.UU |S ‘W ♦11.uu »15.00
. V.’...!UNGME j A
capital of the^confederacy and is
3. OU
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4.00 6. TH) 12 u •
lb. UU
ZM.UO
xtha TINE-
3.50
1
,».0 •
<s.uu l.s.UO U.UÜ 40 10
4..4) 6.U0 10.00 k- UU Ö2.UU 50.00 I
now ilie prope tv of Mr. CI ibp . I).
:C3'i'3:c:'."’.Sr.a.
<
V 7
w rol. 6.00 9.00 15.00 LH.OU 4b 00 54. Ki
oun f KINO
’HND
CHA!NQ'..*;3
. oua
Baker, No. 90 S Forsyth Street,
12. «0 lti.UO •»>. uu 4s. oo 80.00 120.0)
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7!j
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2.0.
OU
40.00
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'4).00 110 00 140.00
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’~tESTDCr:C0,4L
this city. 'Die money is of tvery
Is baril work cor pare.! wth
ND FOR CATALOGUE
I deinoniiition issued by thedenaite«!
!£• V. -L.-OQUGLAa>
chanoine
the ;<ppe..r..iKe of your
JOB WO I IX
r-IOC’"TON,X -CJ.
lull ion. and in (be big collection
ÓvcrCr.o
r'.
’
Etc.j
rear!»
wccrlho
w i th
stove with
Of every deicriptloti executed with neatness
c D P- C » € ’««AC
sud despatch, ut retiKoiiuice run •es.
'.are hill» of the rarest, type.
There] VT
o .^J9 J-x
-J *, * V—<* r ‘
Circular,,
Posier»,
Pamphlet»
J
-ary TEN
year A.:i c-Tc':zzj r r 3 c
Envelopes,
Bill Hem!»,
Letter lleude,
.»opes. I are bills issued during every
Stan men s,
Theyr>/at’"5tv*' V -if rt‘ it—
Note llen< 8,
< unis. Tii net«,
[ c rs
■of the war. Th'iusan«ls of them
They c-r-r lexica: i « oca I » ri/’c it J ft.
Invitati., nr.
Ueliivi Hilda.
Dodgers, Etc.
Their vzecr'r.^cr-KbE.’.os no rnsurpericd.
are
very
vali
aide
as
relics,
but
the
Th
5
priceir.ro
t
r'-.
—
ped
n
colo.
T he II kiiai . ii is kept regular!) on fit«* for re
TEN
L -i Ct ' •> C-. c-re over c’.ber m-’ .3.
ferenee, in the Leo. 1’. Rowell Newspupei Ad
■Teat num1 .1 j •’ihe Mr. Baker has
Boldt?
liyoure^al CL7.aci 6up>lyysjuwecan.
‘
.........
rer.ii,i
Bureau, li) spiti« e si.. New i oi k.
Ci
Ja*per
L a I'm t , I nd , Jan.
on hmd will make them so c >m
"pen', rs every wl.ere
M nr.'ei!. nitori Li
Swain, of Jasper count v, together mon as to bring l ilt little on the ink'-e.v lume-a e for ilio vivii.it).
TEN
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
Ill OIK c.
with three sisters, were believed I market.
. --
CTìà
I
| tli«* sole survivors of the family of, Thu eighty million dollars ofCi n
I.nsts Seven timen longer
national :
John If Swain
The latter bf federate money has be« n all ah ng
LTAO.i
Prestdeut ...................... ......... Grover Cleveland
Looks Seven times Letter That»
V ici.* -r- evident.
AdJai Stevei rod his home in Salem, N. C . in 1840.
Supposed to have been destro» ed.
iecreuiry of Sime
.. Walter Q. Grenham .
About
Seven times cleaner Move
ierreuir.vof Treasury
jvhn <; i nriisie i leaving a wife and nine children.
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Phis
is
undoubtedly
the
largì
st
1,.|
3 » -rciur»- of I nt ?rior
About Two tim^s cheiper I
m.kt- snntti
Seer ate ry of War
.. Panie}
Lamont All trace of bint was Li.-t. and
lie
Confederate money in the world
Secretary of Naw
About Tuo tiu.es
I
... iJtiarx A. Herbert
dues h..ndier
importer»andXVLoIeialflDealer» In nil kfndmf
3ecre ar» of Agriculture. .. J. .Sieriiitg .Mor>»«n was mourned as dead
The devo­ —Atlanta, G.i , Constitution, June
MUÜtCAL fAERCNANDISr,
Mtor icy General
Kit liar.«! S, < >lney
o o o
Violins, Guitars, Etanios. Accordions, Ranno:.;.
PuBtiiitiHter General
.. Wiiia»n 8 BiMeli ted w’le died of a broken hetrt, ami
4th.
i «a. i.c., : '1 f :.-c.-,cf Ctr'n"»,
»tc.
STATE ORE*. on :
If your grocer doesn’t keep it,
five of the nine children soon tol
J. N. Dolph
JOHN K. STRATTON
• )
gena* dip
send
us his name with toe «nd
J. 11.Mitchell. lowed her to the grave.
Th« fam
CELEBRATED
A woman in Georgia was so COO »
I Ringer Hermann
get a lar;e box and a valuable
ilv, as the >ears pas?«d. hecanu vineed that she had bzirds in her
Vongrr»»men
1 W. K. Ellis
Attui iivy General
« . VI, l.lli mini
raniilv household Look tree.
BANJOS,
-
homestead -tomach that she «lied, some tiiue
Governor ...
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Will I' l.o>'l mattered, and the old
feviclary of State
. H H Kim aid
Ito portera of and Whohsal« Dealer? In all kir.daof
Swain, soon since, from pure fright, the victim
Fieaaurer..
.. R
..Phtl. Me'ft him crumbled to ruins
ITtUStOAL
Sü’t" r?" ,
Donnellan S Co.,
A'i|»i. Public Inatruelluii
.. <; .VI irwin
•o. t "Jars Ban! ,s. S ir.il i'iyu, Ac. ord, c.
»tale Printer
R..
W II I OCllR a5er ^is«apearing, locate ! at C»inm
.
nî
:i
sa.
all
Hn.-i
?
‘-:nqs, itc .dtr.
of imagination
A simple trick
519
MONTGOMERY GT.,S.F., CAR
K. S. Bean.
NEW lliRK.
4 u pre me .Judges
I*. Loru bus, O., w her?, fortunate in Imsin, s-. would have cured her.
A family
Í r . Win.
A. Moore
spi dilation brought him a fortune doctor, once failing to convince a
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
Fiftv-four years «’lapsed I efo'e wo nan that she hid not swallowed
District Ju - ge
D
. M. I>. C liffok »»
...
JaiiH s A. Fee. i
tidings
came that le<l Jasper Swain a frog, gave her a strong emetic,
District Attorney
.
.1. i . Kami
foi it .tupreseiitallve
fit)
O. L. Pattei8«»ii.
,
to
believe
that John Swain wa« and while she was writhing in the
lüiiit-óeiiHtor ................. (R;
A. VX.C vmuu I
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¡alive. A years search followed,
agony of nausea slily clipped a
COUNTY—Il AKNKY :
County
Jiige......................
. C. P. Rn’herford. «luring w Inch t he identity of John little frog in the bason.
The trick
Jlerk
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P. L. sliideler
Eurns-Canyon Stage Line
rreti»» irer ...
.......... (R)
I. s. Over . Swain was established.
succeeded, and from that moment,
Surveyor ..........................
T. A. Mt Kiniu.ll '
Steps were twken at once to bring she belli v< <l she bad disposed «if
Jheriir.
..........................
(R)............ A. miti' ys
itscBBor
..(D;......... s. W. Miller
T. A. M c K innon , contractor.
al
out a family reunion of the her tormentor. —Exchange.
leu > >i Superintendent ..iR)
..C ha ». Newe I
Uijck Inspector
... R J. lv«’is
Carrying U. S. Mails ami E istern Oregon Express Co’s Express.
lie is now 90 \ ears of age.
I f.miilv
A. B. Mark»
fl>) {
CominiMionurB
.
I
R. R. hilz. patriarchal in ap.'»earanee. but in
HP (
e ! directo?
Stages Leave Burnt« daily for Canyon City, and intermediate points,
HARNEY Ü. 8. LA N d ornes:
¡full possesion of his
faculti-s.
ft:
Pare 45.
Leon Brown, Express Agent,
i!«. Ar*
Register
. Thomtis J<>n< h
under the
Receiver
.... A. A. I'«).» iug Swain’s estate is now
Ben Brown, local agent for contractor,
Burns Oregon.
management of a guardian, and the
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SOCIETIES.
complications which have arizen
will result in a contest in the courts.
SYLVA REBEKAH Degree No. »3.
tru
C arl thokdahn
Meets every lat and 3d Wednesday.
—
Sun.
Lucy Brisk. N.G.
M I. Lew's. Rec. See’y.
The recent change matte hv the
New
York Wetklv World in issu
S oi . omonvili . f . Ariz.. Jan. 29—P.
A. O. U. W. Burna Lodge, No 47
ing
two
pm«ersa week in p’ace of one
Sullivan owns land over which the
Meets every 2d and 4th Thuiadai a.
it M ID r on. M. W.
Nmtlein is meeting with great favor
J. W buyer, Rev’d Gtla Valley. Globe Ar
The people appreciate the chai ge
built its ra.laoa<l tiaek last sum
Bl'RNOMA HONOR 1 odge, No. 8
nu-r. according to Sullivan, in his Bird are taking advantag“ of it.
Meets everv '.d .nd 4th Monday.
K>ep informed «if what is going
Mrs, Huyer C or H.
I a I'Since a t id wit hoot his ]»er mission.
I
on
in the world and particularly in
W. W. Johnson Proprietor. •
I On Sunday lie erect«d a frame
IIAKNEY LOIM.K, NO. 77, 1.0 U F.
I
Congrtss
is
Meet* at odd Fellows Hall, every Hafurda), ' building on the track, surrounded vonrown country.
I
1 3J p ni,
J. C. \S>h»Iy N. G.
now
in
srsnion.
Every
movement
W. C. Byrd, Beey. Ibvawire f< nee.
He niovtd bis
I
•
| family into tl.e structure and the will la* of the greatest interest.
HARNEY POST NO. 4*. G. A. R.
Meet,everv let and 3d Wednesday of each ,
truin was obliutd to hrtit. Ke« p abreast of the times bv read
m iith.tr '»Id Fellow»’ Hall. All Comrade !
the
TWICE-A-WEEK
In good »landinginvitan!.
, When William Gsrlm l. présidant ing
Hew Billiiri Table
a 3 Best, Brazis
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<»f the railroad companv, who was WORLD—two papers a week —104
ü. R. MAILS.
Pleasant Club R™™
on the train, altempte«! to renmve p tpers a • ear for only $1 00.
C . L
i
«n«8B-ru« :
Arrangements
have
been
made
tii? wit? !»i «••, Sulliyan level« d a
k rrive»and lepMrtr laily,
shotgun at tl.e prtsidant. warning by which we can furnish this paper see me
irwww—r AKTOR CITT :
Iiep.rUd.Hy,.,. ep. 8»„d.y | lu
k, . p |lalld, ( ff
¡and the Twice a-Week New Yolk
W. W Johnson.
:• u. ;
“ As old as
thelnlls”:uil
never ex ced­
ed. “Triel
and proven ”
is the verd’.ct
o f millions.
8 i ra ra o n s
Liver Regu­
lator is the
only Lire.’
an I Kidney
medicine to
which you
cm pin your
faith for a
cure. Z
mild 1 ix t-
t ive, a n <1
i.:tre!y vet-
«tiblo, act­
in: directly
on the Liver
:> n d Kid­
ney«. Ti’v it.
Sold by all
t. or in Po>v ler
Ic inioa ma.
O tov
Beer
T
Wines
Liquors
Cigars
Etc.