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WKDNBSVAY AVGUST. 12 18'6
i idencv. Either Bryan or McKin for writing to a farmer sweetheart,
ley will be the next president. I but he was able to forget to mail
Votes uiav be cast for other men . the letter.
hut they will be thrown away.
THE 0. C. CO
Not all Woe.
Turnabout is fair play. The sil-
From his perch in the forks of a
( ver democrats have been voting for
the resident of Apache County
The fight the Corporations are ' gold presidential candidates a long
Alix., gazed earnestly through a
making on Bryan will give him | I time.
telescope, counting softly to him
more votes than it will take away I
A number of sheets now billed self. “Sixteen.” he shouted. Soon II7UV0
They Carry .the Goods and
in republican newspapers away that number of Indians bole down Will:
Mak® the Prices.
from home as “leading democratic upon him with fearful cries of ven
John Sherman says he doesn’t papers” have not known to be dem
geance. The solitary man smiled
believe in ghosts, but he quakes ocratic by their readers.
as the bullets whistled past him.
More Goods for a Oollar Than Ever Before
every time he sees the silver spook. *
“Sixteen to one,” he muttered.
All goods lower in Price.—Send or call on them.
The London correspondent of. “I die faithful to the ratio’
The gold object lessons so
given have resulted in largely in ! es a remarkable account of a new
creasing the friends of silver.
: ilkiminant. which, if all that is
true, will push both gas and elec
Get Their Prices,
McKinley is showing fear of the trie light very hard For its pro
oss ofhis own state in November duction no machinery is required
>ave that coi tained in a portable
After all, it seems that Mark lamp neith r larger nor iieavier
Hanna isn’t going to try to run (lie than is used with colza oil or par-
campaign in New York without the I a^‘n i This lump, it is declared,
j g»-ntrates its own gas The sub
help of Tom Platt.
stancr e nploved is at present a se-
l cret, jealously guarded by some in
OF THE FAMOUS
Ex-C figiessman Bourke CoeR
ventive Italians The cost is de
ran wound up several years of er clured to lie at meat one fif;h of
ratio polities by decl .ling for Me that of < rdinarv gas, and the re
Kinley. His declaration is worth sultant light is nearlv as bright as
just one vote, provided Bourke the ekctric light and much whiter.
doesn’t change his mind again be A single lamp floods a large room
fore election day.
with light. The apparatus can be
carried about as easily as a catidle-
Surelv it will be a reminder of stick a ml see ms both clean and
the devil masquerading as a iirmk odorless.
FOR SALE IN KEGS AND BOTTLES.
when the McKinleyit.es begin to.
Than Ever Before. J
hold “non parvis ai” meetings in I
The Veil Lifted.
I S an F rancisco , Aug. 7.—After
Tammany Hall seem-» to know many months of waiting and of
its mind better than some of the 1 evasion, of hurried flight from town
Tells Everythin# Yon Want
xu Know When You
mtn who have been prominently to town in California and across I
Want to Know It.
honored by the democratic party.
Tunnell h is consented to tell the
.X VERITABLE CYCLOPEDIA
OF UP-TO-DATE FACTS.
story of her relations with the Rev I <
Chorus of republican leaders:
CHAS. JOHNSON Proprietor.
C. O. Brown and Mattie Overman,
“H-s-s-h” not a word about 1
,and to explain why she fled at the r An Invaluable and Unrivalled
^Political and Popular
tariff You mignt scare the
| very moment when her presence J?
: was needed to dispel the shadows
of scandal, or to condemn the pas- $ READY JANUARY 1st, 1896.
The rapid tv with which the gold tor who was seriously accused,
Wines Liquors, and Cigars.
democrats are tailing in line for Mrs. Tunnell is the last witness to '
PrycE 25 CEb|Ts.
Bryan and Sewall is the surest speak, and as far as facts are con-
Good Billiard tables, Pleasant'Card Rooms, st«., «to.
indication that a gold democratic | cerned, the testimony she gives
Saloon is first class in every particular. Experienced bartender
ticket is not wanted.
closes the great, case.
I She explains the important points
Pulitzer Building, New York,
Mixed drinks to please the most fastidious.
Mark Ila...... h... nutili.d tin-
jr.dg«. of don't Oo Without It Tills Presidential Yean
Wall .(,«,< .„illionaire. lhal ... it.
. I k th ir , tight
. be is
• making they moves the elements of uncertainty s
..or required tl,at niade the ecclesiaM. c il court
ii.net , put , up the
hesitst* before pronouncing a fina'
judgment of condemnation. She
\ I e:i a ch ray man wi ties a letter fled from San Francisco, she said,
well bexun I k half done. Begin
,____ „ Ferry'. Seeds.
I well l>v eettlmr
I" h <• I < idale tor President and t»shield Dr. Brown from the eon
Wk Don't let chance determine
your crop, but plant Ferry'.
g v. s a n py ut il ’o the press the s quences of his own guilt. She
Heedn. Known and .old ■
hii>r d h is it>nii-«1 he has no ta-s she knew of the love between I
Before you plant, get
Ferry’s Seed Annual m
’•X* * Io biUli.V i.-'O’ile X..f calling Mattie Overman and ».he pastor,
jUi.d would have revealed her
for 1H96. Contain, more praol
him a iiutonety see ker.
tical Information for farmer. 1
knowledge if she had Been summon
Iand gardener, than many high-J
priced text t>ooks. Mailed free.
Situated on Silvias river 1 mile East of Burns, near the hridff
ed to the witness stand.
a. a. run *
J. Pierpont Morgan will hold a
She says that Dr. Brown paid her
mortgage on the McKinley admin
Customers wil receive GOOD FLOUR
expenses while she was away, and
istration, shoald the voters allow
when she returned, tried to induce
euch an ad ministration to come in
her to go to Central America. She
tells when and where she received
¡the famous letters from Mattie
It may Be a mere coincidence Overman as she oame to know it
that Exrk Twain and a new batch through the confidences of her
of abdication rumor* should have young friend. The recital lifts the
To nre E ditor .—| have an ahcnhw.
turned up In England al the same
__ vn i .upcKz^s cues nave been
pastor, and shows how he struggled permanently cured. So proof-positive am 1
its power that 1 consider it my duty to I
i/j pulpit and his good of
und two bottln frtt to those of your readers I
The nnn who calls all who do name.
io agree with him upon questions
8HELLEY A KING.
wi iiatioha) |>olicy trailers, needs |
“I can forget, but never forgive,”
muttered the enraged husband
Nn nt«tl«-r what a man’a opinions
Thi’ sounds the wrong way
Shop opposite the Brewery
may Iw. there are onlr two men for ’rotind, but it was true.
All work in our line done neatly and with diepatch.
Li.u to «:h-»oae ce tween for the pres
He could never forgive bis wife
Givens a call,
W. C. BYRD
Sold more goods in 1895 than any
other House in Eastern Oregon!
Strictly one Price.
T he W orld ,
i ^ uhr S rLOufl a S aw mill
BLACKSMITH & WAGON SHOP.
Wanted-In Idea x-ss