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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. AUGUST 21 1895.
VOL. V 11 r.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
sho tting arid the exact cause is not
known. It is attributed, though,
N ew Y ork , Aug. 15.—One of to certain criticisms of Holmes
ri bushed every W ednesday the bloodiest battles that has ever
upon Ausplund’s method of treating
W. C. BYRD i SON.
1 been fought in British Honduras in a patient, and it is thought Ausp 1
| many a day, says a letter from lund called on Holmes for a re
P ublishers and P roprietors • . i
a------------------- —— . I j Belize, just received in Trenton, N. traction of his staten ents. Holmes
J., occurred at Strann creek and was formerly located at Salem, Or.,
On« Year ............
|2.0u I Mullins river. August 3d, about 30 where he practiced several years. |
iix Month« ................................................. 1.00
nd was formerly a barber in 1
- | miles south of Belize. The district A is phi
i this city and gradffftted at a inedi-
—Get one of I, S. Geer & Co’s1
HERALD CLUB LIST:
israld aud Harper'« Magazine... ... 5,00
taker and cabinet-maker. Hia work- premium purchase tickets
.. 5.20 000 Canbs. whose reservations em
ierald and Harper’s Weekly
Seraldand Harper’s Bazar...........
shop is the old restaurant building.
Herald and Harper’s Young People . 3.75 brace most of the ground
Ierald and Alden’s Manifold Cyclopedia, .2.90
The remainder is oc 'stated Ausplund’s wound was not Mr Sweitzer guarantees his work at such tickets a fine life size Crayon
each additional volume after Vol. 1
10 ceuta extra ver volume, postage.
cupied bv English planters princi so serious as at fir.-t supposed and p.rices to suit the hard times. Cof I Portrait absolutely free of anv
f^Copie«of all theaiove works can be ex
pally who have in their service that he may vet pull sflrough. In fins made to orde”. Will take pro Ì charge, by purchasing $20 worth
«nined at leisure in the Reading Room
a statement to the prosecuting at- duce partlv for work and balance in I of goods for cash at their store. It
4,000 Jamaica negroes.
/^Publishers of periodicals are solicited
is not necessary that the whole
• Mnd clubbiug rates, a copy of their work for
A few months ago a number of t >rney Ausplund stated Holmes ca-<k.
»ur Free Reading R >om—We file and bind the
should be purchased at one
«tter at elite of every half-volume, od n«v , . English planters, whose plantations ;
time, but any amount from 5 cents
I are located seven miles from the
to $20 as explained upon the tick
coast, applied to the colonial legis
1 ¿r lature at Belize for permission to
% »Il 00 »15.01 construct railroads from their plan
.50 7 > 00
neh »1 .O
w.ll teach music on Piano.
3.0Ü 4 u0 <1.50 12 0‘
40 <*• tations through the Carib reserva
>.00 «.DO 15.0 1
Organ, Violin and Guijar. M usic
Chamberlain’s Cough Remtdy
4.00 6 uO 10.00 29.00
4 col. 6.00 9 00 15.00 28.00
furnished for balls and
cures colds, croup and whooping
SOHO 120 0
12.ÙÜ i (JU 2.VÜ0 48.05
40 00 00.00 IV' DO 140.0
granted and their smvetor general
terms to suit the times.
cough. It is pleat-a nt. safe and re
E. A. Scherer. liable. For sale by all druggists.
was authorized to survey the routes. ‘ Furnished by W. I) H arlan . Land
und Mining A’torney, Wash
The Cart is warned the English (
JI every description executed with neatness
ington, D. C.
. WE OFFER.
iad deapateb, at reasonable rates.
A good ranch belonging to II. G. j Stock Salt at $8.50 per ton sacked!
A gricultural .
containing 160 acres 12
WOOL STORED FREE!
T h « H erald ia kept regularly on file for re-
R. R. RATES THE BEST!
f«r«iire, in the Geo. P. Rowell Newipaper Ad-
On the afternoon of August 3d of law, enter upon Linds that are ranch has abont 100 acres of good
»•rtiaing Bureau, 10 Spruce st.. New S’ork.
Can any point offer more? We
the Caribs. to the number of 7000, held in reservation under depart meadow land. Price $800 or will
are the competing point and this is
armed with machetes, advanced I mental iiiMructiars that c xprtssly ' trade for sheep,
»be place toten I your WOOL.
up hi the negroes at wo k on the forbid al settlers from entering]
B yrd ä K ing .
25 ets rate to I’endletion from ht r> .
railroad. The Englishmen ordered thereon, until ia^n! permission is
“ •*- Boston
President........................... ..........Grover Cleveland their negroes tn do a little fighting
given, acquire rio equities tht reby.'
No point can offer better than
♦ecretary of State
Walter Q. Gresham The moment the negroes
iecretary of Treasury
John G Carlisle
Bui er- are here getting w.<'t>'.
♦ecretarv of Interior
Hoke Smith the’r weapons the Cari! s rushed
'ieerstary of War
IHtniel S. Lamont
I I >on't ovt rlook your inter« st in tie
Secretary of Navy
Hilary A. Herbert upon them
and with masehetes
’ecrelsry of Agriculture
J. Sterling Morton
.above WHICH ARE FACTS.
A privat ■ entry of coal and, may
Attorney General ..........
Kicharu S, Olney hacked and chopped the negroes to
Wilson S Bissell
Doubtful Needs alone. The best
I) «n’t be mi>ltd bv irresponsible of
■ire easy to get, and cost no
pieces. The negroetr fought brav e not be allowed to embrace one
more. ABk your dealer for
fer ft— we can duplicate anv proposi*
I >v J and killed many J of their aiitig- tract, taken in the capacity of an
J. IL Mitchell.
lion. S< mi your wool in our care.
«Binger Hermann , onist, but
t hev Could Otllv stand assignee, and another umb-r t e
»W. K. Kill«
individual right of the purchaser.
M, idienian against the Cardis two hours
Wm P Ixird .
O C. Co ,
»•cretary of State
Between - 500
II R Kincaid
g Alw«y« the beat. Known
j and 600 negroes
" • in I
Phil. Met«ehaii 1 1
I everywhere. Ferry’s Seed
M ineral .
»npt. Public Inatructiou
..GM Irwin i , all were killed and almost as manv
J Annnnl for IMttS toll« you
W H l.oed* !
what, l*w, and when to plant.
injured, while the CaribR had close
Kent Free. Get It- Address «7
A placer location made prior to
) R.48. Bean.
' W A. P. Ix>rd
D. M. FERRY & CO., jrdR
upon 300 killed and twice as many the act of August 4, 1892, of I «nd
’ F. A. Moore
MXTH IVbtl’IAL I district :
wounded, some mortally. As soon chit fly valuable for a deposit of Î
fLf? IS THE BEST.
Jiitriet Jn-lge .................. D
FIT FOR a KING.
M. D. CLlFFOKn
Jam« h A. Pee. as the negroes were forced to heat a glass sand and building stone
J. L. Rand
FRENCH A ENAMELLED CALF.
to-e. up eveiv not a ligal appropriation of the
O. L. Patierson . retreat, the Caribs
4.$3A9 F ine C ali &K anoarm
A . W .Cowan I
' foot of rails, damagi tg manv of the land’ and the subsequent interven
♦ 3.5P POLICE, 3 SOLES.
English plantations, and destroyed ing home stead entry of . another
Auunty 4 Jdge
..............C. P. Rutherford.
the value of will defeat the placer application
■ ..(D).. .. C. E. Kein on fruit and robbed to
T. A. MeKinuuu many thousands of dollars.
Both a water-right and mill site
(R)' .......... A. Gittirg«
IM vm . >r
lu.i . <l„ sn.t «Etabials Dealer, In all binds of
S. W. Miller
■ C has . Newe 1
R J. lvers
7>:; 1». Cullar«, Banjos, Accordeon«. Harmour
tract of land.
A Shooting in Portland.
Battle in Honduras.
W- L. D ouglas
A. B. Marks
Over One Million People wear the
Aug. 16 —At r.oon
». ’ land offici :
Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
Thom ai Jones today the tenants of »he Dekum
arc equally catisfactory
■ A. A. Cowing
building, corner of Third and
They give the best value for the «noney.
They equal custom «hoes in style and fit.
Their wearing qualities are unsurpessed.
Washington streets, were startled novelty in the steel steed line,
The prices are uniform,—stamped on sol*.
Pro-n »i to S3 saved over other makes.
SYLVA REBEKAH Degree No. «3.
II your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by
Me«t»every l«t and ><1 Wednesday.
issuing from the office of Dr. H. R. me. t the connecting rods of the
Lucy Rusk. N.G.
Wanted, agent to
Holmes. Rushing in, they found frame may be folded until the ma- i CAM I OBTAIN A PATENT t For* take
M I. Uvll. Re»- Sec’y-
prompt answer and an honest opinion, writs to
l!NN A CO., who ha-ve bad nearly atty year»’ at once.
the prostrate bodies of I)r. Holmes chine is red «iced to the sizu of one TH
experience In the patent buelneee. Communica
A. O. V. W. Burnt Lodge, No 47
tions strictly confidential. A llaadhaak of In
and Dr. R K Ai-splund, each wheel.
«•eueren 2*1 and 4thThursdsi«
formation concerning Pntenta and bow to ob
tain them tent free. Also a catalogue qf mechan
H M Horton, M. w
holding a smoking pistol in his
and nclentlfto book« «ent free.
The inventorclaims for the fold-1 ical Patent«
taken through Munn A Co. reoatva
j W sayer, Re*' ••
■pecial notice In the Mcientillc America*, and
-THE «crnAT-r« "■
mg bicycle the possibility of st. y-! tbu« are brought widely before the public with
KVBNO m IA HONOR Lodge, N o . B
out coat to the Inventor. Thle «plendld paper.
Swueverv 2d and 4th Monday.
Ilutrated, baa by far the
, ing it in one's ro »iD, the ease with J Issued weekly,
I kstrume . .
circulation of any
acientllc work in
three wounds, one in the wrist, one which it may be carried up or largest
world. S3 a year. Sample
coplee eent free.
Mr». SajU C of H.
ill «! m oar X e XT I*tox:'
Building Edition, monthly, tUO a year.
M3 cents. Every numtrer contains beau
—."T.1* **• *""• ”
in the breast and one in the head. downstairs or hoisted in dumb copies,
H arney lodge , no . 77, I. o o F.
tiful platea. In colon, and photographs of new
———— — W« ar,
bousea. with plane, enabling builders to show tn*
at Odd Fellow« Hall, every Saturday
latest designs and secure contracts. Address
J.C. Wooly N. G.
JOHN p SPRATT'" N
MUNM i co, N ew T omb , 3til B boadwat .
W . c. Byrd, Secy.
. t ACT'- ><«.
places, one in the hand, the other in World
H a R îî EY POST NO. «. G. _ A. _ R.
the body just below the nipple.
oi each Ausplund was at once tak«*n to the
«uu4 «tBi,di--iMa>>- All Comrada .
hospital and Ho m*« t«> hi« resi
• a <-0
Burns-Canyon Stage Line
Aurplund’s wnu nds will
C. • MAILS,
IL A. W illiams , contractor.
» rvtvetead ¿«parteAsily,
while the physicians think Holmes NÀNbÀ'-UNe,
Carrying U. 8. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Co’a Ex pre is
ir»a»—cori» errv :
•rri<*t«»4 tararli dally, «xe**» aandav
Stages Leave Rums daily for Canyon City, and intermediate points.
The.e was no witness
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