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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. SEPTEMBER 25 1895,
Digest ofLuutl and Mining De serving eye of the landlady detected
something that caused her sympa
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
thies to go out for Hansen. She
Furnished by W. I> H arlan , Land
called the officer aside and a short,
and Mining Attorney, Wash
ensued. The officer1
w. c. BYRD & SON.
ington, D. C.
retired from the room, but in about*
P ublishers and P roprietors .
fifteen minutes returned with a phy- '
A gricultural .
sician. The medical man and Han
Sale of improvements is evidence sen were left alone in the room for
One Y «ar ................................................... W-W
lit Months ........................................ -,........
about five minutes, when informa
HERALD CLUB LIST:
tion was imparted to the officer that
—Get one of I. S. Geer & Co’s-
»■raid and Harper’s Magazine.............. 5,00 be specific.
purchase tickets. This
iierald and Harper’s Weekly ................ 5.20
taker and cabinet-maker. His work
An alien can acquire no right to a woman who at that time ”'as
Herald and Harper’s Bazar...........
shop is the old restaurant building. firm agrees to give the holder of
iieraldand Harper’s Young People... 3.75
ierald and Alden’s Manifold Cyclopedia,. .2.90 public land before declaration of quite ill.
such tickets a fine life size Crayon
each additional volume after Vol. I 55 cents*.
intention to become a citizen, and ing left for the officer to do but de Mr.Sweitzer guarantees his work at Portrait absolutely free of any
10 eeuts extra tier volume, postage.
prices to suit the hard times. Cof
flF-Coples of all the above works can be ex . his subsequent qualification will part, and he left the mysterous per
charge, by purchasing $20 worth
■mined st leisure in the Reading Room.
not relate back to the exclusien of son in chaige of the landlady and fins made to ordtf. Will take pro |
goods for cash at their store. It
duce partlv for work and balance in
'-¡¡y-I’ublUliers of periodicals are solicited an intervening adverse right.
the doctor. To them she made
is not necessary that the whole
»■«nd clubbing rates, a copy of their work for
jur Free Reading Room—We file and bind the
Th“ execution of a power of at a complete confession, but in com . ca-di.
amount should be purchased at one
*tter at close of every half-volume, end r«v it
wpies by advertisement.
torney to sell does not constitute I pliance with her earnest request
timo, but any amount from 5 cents
I alienation of title.
to $20 as explained upon the tick
! They will only sav that she left her
IF ACK 1 wk 1 2 wk 11 mo j 3 mo j 6 mo 1 1 yr
Having permanently located in ets.
00 '»11.00 »15.00
¡home in Chicago about two years Burns, will teach music on Piano,
J .neh 11. ¡10 $2.50
6.50 iz m
Tn the absence of an adverse ago. She had some trouble with
S. 50 5.00
Organ, Violin and Guitar, Music cures colds, croup and whooping
5u j U
4.50 »..DO 10.00 29.01«
54 «M‘ claim, an entry made in good faith her parents there that caused
*.« 00 15.00 28.00
her furnished., for balls and parties, cough. It is pleasant, safe and re
I eoi. 6.00
.50.01) 120. OJ
20.00 HU. 00 40 00 60.00 110.00 140. Ov will not be canceled although it In to suddenly decamp.
Being very terms to suit the times.
liable. For sale by all druggists.
cludes non irrigable land.
masculine in appearance she don
E. A. Schererr
ned male attire and has been suc
Of every description executed with neatness
cessful in carrying outthe deception. J
■nd despatch, at reasonable rates.
VllUCa FIT FOR A KING.
Proof as to character of coal land From Chicego she went to San
Francisco and succede^Ku securing
Note Heads, Cards, Ticxets,
must «how the actual production
FRENCH A ENAMELLED CALF.
Campbell, containing 160 acres 12
K «inorando. luvitatiuns.
work as a clerk in a dry goods store. miles south east of Burns. This
4’3.50 fl HE C alf & K angaroo ,
T hs H erald is kept regularly on file for re of mineral.
♦3.V POLICE, 3 SOLES.
ference, in the Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad-
Proof that adjoining iands have
»•rtiiing Bureau, 10 Spruce st.. New York.
ranch has aboiX 100 acres of good
1 weeks ago when she came to Port meadow land. Price $800 or will
produced coal will not answer.
Shtywas not able to obtain
I trade for sheep.
B yrd < fc K ing .
, * much discouracad. She had an*
Mill-site location must be in ad e
| nbunced her determination of going
freiident ............................... Grover Cleveland
yue-Preiidtnt.................... ... Adlal BtSVenaon same as mineral claim.
jecretsry of State ............. Walter Q. Gresham
to Seattle, but the expose makes |
Over One Million People wear the
wretary of Treitsury .......
John G. t arliple
Non mineral character of land
wcretarv of Interior........................ Hoke Smith
this impossible now
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
5«er«t»ry of War
. Daniel S. Lamont claimed as a mill site must be
All our shoes are equally catisfactory
i«cretary of Navy .......... Hilary A. Herbert
To the landlady who talked kind
lerretary of Agriculture....... J. Sterling Morton shown.
They give the best value for the money.
attorney General ................. Richard 8, Olney
They equal custom «hoes in style and fit.
ly to her, she has agreed to com
• wtrnaater General .......... Wilaon S Bissell
Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed.
The prices are uniform,—stamped on aole.
From $■ to $3 B-*.vcd over other makes.
If your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by
and if they are willing, she will re- *
J. H.Mitchell. !
Wanted, agent to
CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT » For»
(W. R. Ellis
prompt answer and an honest opinion, write to take exclusive tmle for this vicinity.
. C. M, Idleman . uiations is matter fm protest or ad
MUNN & CO., who have had nearly fifty yean* at once.
Wm P Lord verse suit.
( of age and while
Jwretiry of State
her features might | tions strictly confidential. A Ilundbook of In
......... HR Kincaid jverse suit.
forma* ion concerning Pa tenia and bow to ob
R .......... Phil. Metsehan
them sent free. Also a catalogue of mechan
iupt. Public luitruction
A hearing may be ordered to be coi sidered coarse, she has an ' tain
—................... GM Irwin I
ical and scientific books sent free.
Patents taken through Munn A Co. receive
" H 1-ae,ls 1 determine whether there has been air of refinement about her that I special
notice In the Scientific American, and
) R. S. Bean.
thus are brought widely before the public with
................. z Wm. P. Lord due compliance with law, though ¡8 quitft noticable.-Sundav
cost to the Inventor. This splendid paper.
Wei- i out
' F. A. Moore
Issued weekly, elegantly illustrated, has by far the
the charge is not made until after ,coine
SIXTH JUDICIAL district :
largest circulation of any scientific work In the
world. S3 a year. Sample copies sent free.
»¡«rid Judge ................. D
Building Kdltlon, monthly, «2.50 a year. Single
James A. Fee.
copies, *83 cents. Every number contains beau
* •* T/
tiful nlat.s. In Sbolors. and photographs of new
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
W. L. DouefeAS
» m 3 r
Houses, with plans, enabling builders to show the
latest designs and secure contracts. Address
MUNN £ CO„ NBW Y ork , 301 BROADWAY,
PRACTICED A DECEPTION.
C. P. Rutherford. ' '
treuurer.............. ........ (D).. . .C. E. Kenyon
1. 8. Geer
’hriff. ... .........
........ (R)... ... A. Gittings
. . .8. W. Miller
.C has . Newe«l
... H. Turner
It was a peculiar case to
R. R. Sits. the attention of an officer was
A Young Woman Masquerading
in Male Attire.
Slaughter on the Congo.
tn the person submittins the
* »st nioritoriuu « invention
•.luring the prvoedinrf month.
WE 8 Ri UllH PATH! NTS
i’O.l INVENTORS, sill tho
o .Ject of this otD i* I*» to eu-
c<>Ui*i«iroper.-on*» <> nu I .ent-
Ivo turn of linn1. At th«*
H.uno tinio we wish tn L»,?rea.i
the tact tunc
L ondon , Sept. 19.—Private letters
Doubtftil Seeds alone. The beet
which have been received herefrom
are easy to get, and coat no
it’s the Simple,
which the Congo Free State sav that
more. Aak your dealer for
called affairs there are in a condition verg
v* »• land orricg;
one evening r.ot long since. The ing upon anarchy. Encounterns
a hat Yield Fortunes
Ah°A “owing , result was a perssn giving the name between Belgian forces and natives,
*— S'ich rS Do I n-i^*« Ifr.'il: »
g Always the beat. Known
mnl Eye, **heo that Hun p. '
---- of Charles H. Hansen was taken which have been reported in oflicial
■'Safety Pin,” •*pl..s |U clo
■ everywhere. Ferry’s Iked
ver.” ••Ah* Brake.” »it«*
into cuetody. but before the matter dispatches as resulting in Belgian
what, how, and when to plant.
Altnowt • very <»no eoncof-.v » , ?
1 A REREKAH Degree No. 48.
, reached a point where incarceration victories, are said to have been
other. Why not put it In pr.io . »
"trj Mt and 3d Wednes-iav.
D. M. FERRY A CO., ¿rdlf
tloul use? Yoi'R talent, nmv .
was necessary, developcinents were in fact serious reverses.
Lucy Rusk, N.G.
lie In this direction. I.
M y , ’
M L Lewis, Rec. Sec’y.
>nake your fortuno. W
brought out which were of a nature ' It is reported that two English-
* hy not ,;A
interesting if not startlin.
for further infortnuUou
m’n travelling in the Congo Free
’ * Bnrn* k*1««’ No « '
tuetiliou Lilis paper,
The attention of the officer wnn State have beeen murdered ai.d
H M HÓrton, M. W.
ft :THE PRESS CLAIMS CO.
Bayer, Rec'd called to the Btrange actions of eaten by the natives.
Philip W. Avlrctt, Get». Mgr.,
Hanson who was living in a lodging
A Bfcleain expedition under Lieu-
I 618 F Street, Northwest,
and I nstruments
house on Yamhill street.
~' [ tenant Franquir was attacked by
»od «th Monday.
WASHINGTON, D. C. !
WiUdmoar WRXT PKE8IDEMT
Mf». Sam C or H
land lady stated that he was tnisbe- .natives <n February 11th The
i he reapon«lt>ll|ty of *f,i> ««>rut*nny
”*• "”*• •« ’orrn n.w H.^. ,„r
u>ay I m » fudged by ti„
t that it«
t. tor I svt
la held by uvei
tbounan i «
’’ ° ° r*
soldiers hastily formed themselves
»•f the leading nv»»|Vi.«i» n,
JOHN F STRATTON
w’BaH.^m^satnrtUy,!feared to aproach him. She inti- into a bi llow square upon which
I mt«Mi State».
"--------------------------- * ' Byrl.Secy'.
_" c. Byrd, secy, mated that there was something the natives rushed with «uch over-'
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g . A.
a . a.
wrong and begged that an investi- whelming force that the Belgians
be made. The officer went! were put to route within 10 minutes.
HUI. All Coartili
to the house and placed Ilansen un Shortly afterward it became known
Burns-Canyon Stage Line
der arrest, »rdtring him at the time according to the correspondent H|.
I to prepare himself for a trip to the luded to. that a native chief named
H. A, W illiams , contractor.
jail. Hansen begged pitifully to be Ndoruma had massacred Captain
' .trying U. 8. Mail. ,„d EMtOTn Oregon Ejpre„ c<(,g
Hansen and the whole of bis escort. Stages Leave Burn» daily for Canyon Citv and
It waa just at this time that tbeob- numbering GO people.
| Fare $5.
*ty’and ‘«^rmediaU poin.t.