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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1896)
Six weeks ^go I suffered with a
very severe cold; was almost unable
to speak. My friends all advised
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER. 14 1896
me to consult apysician. Noticing
I Chamberlian’s Cough Remedy ad-
In Foul Cuban Dungeons.
verstised in the St. Paul Volks
■ Zeitung I procured a bottle, and
Havana, Oct. 9.— Wevler is fool after taking it a short while was
ing Lee. The order prohibiting the entyrely well- 1 now most heartily
American consul-general from visit recommend this remedy to anyone
W m . K eil ,
ing the military prison keeps him suffering with a cold.
from personally investigating the
condition of Americans imprisoned
there. He has to rely upon what
Weyler tells him. In their laet
interview General Lee complained
This is to certify that on May 11
of the unsanitary condition of the I walked to Melick’s drug store on
cells the American prisoners were a pair of crutches and bought a
in. Weyler replied boldly-
bottle of Chamberlain’s Pain Balm
“Oh, I have attended to this for
matter. They have been removed which had crippled me up. After
to cells Nos. 41 and 42.”
using three bottles I am completely
General Lee retired flattered at cured. I can cheerfully recommend
his supposed success, not knowing it—Charles H. Wetzel, Sunbury,
the Americans have always occu Pa.
pied cells Nos. 41 and 42.
Sworn and subscribed to before
Those cells, by the way, are me on • August 10, 1894.—Walter
gloomy and so damp that water Shipman, J. P. For sale at 50
oozes from the ceilings and trickles cents per bottle by druggists.
down the walls, wetting the floor,
which never dries. In one of these
wretched celis are Melton, the
American newspaper man, and
George Aguirre, locked up with a
man suffering from small-pox.
The disagreement between Weyler
and Lee continues, the arrested
Americans suffering the conse
N. BROWN & SONS,
To O ur F riends A nd P atrons :
We take pleasure in announcing that we are now located ’
new quarters, a handsome two story stone building, which we have erected on the site of our ol} ' °
which will give us ample room to handle our rapidly increasing stock and business.
It is with pardonable pride we refer to the cause and incidents necessitating the seekin of
present enlarged quarters.
For notwithstanding the present depression in the general business of
country, by our reasonable prices, strict integrity, upright business methods and prompt, attention to /
wants of our trade, our volume of business has actually doubled through the kind and liberal n
of our friends in the short period of the last year and we have been forced to build mbre coinmodio j
We take this opportunity to thank you individually and collectively for vour esteemed
fidence which has built up our business to be the largest in the county without excepton. and we sincere
ly believe that the benefit of this large intercourse of trade has been truly mutual between our valued
patrons and ourselves, and you may rest assured that the same reciprocal and honest business method
will be pursued in the future as has been exercised in the past.
We bespeak your future patronage, and if fidelity to your interests and faithful execution of
your wishes will accomplish it our mutual relations will be more pleasant in the future than in the past
and we expect your business because we will save you money.
N. BROWN & SONS.
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Hr ’Good Accomodatrona.
$ READY JANUARY 1st, 1896.
Parties Desiring Cabinet Work
that excels any done in this place
heretoare, call and examine my
First door north of Brick Store.
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(lYvtptuu by Mail.)
W orld .
Pulitzer Building, New York.
Ct»n"t Qv Without It nil« I're»M«ntu.l Year
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ror cougtiA "‘.j», «ocw larval and roc aathtna. It
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and render» M|«t-
will Itn anably declv«
benefit trou» It» u»e.
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BKuTUJCKS,M Warraa Be. New inch.
W. W. JOHNSON,
Proprietor of thie EX.ITJC SALOON
On the Corner South of the French Hotel, Main Street.
Keep constantly on hand a supply of tine Liquors and Cig?rs
McCLAIN & WILLIAMS
----- THEY HAVE ALSO__
A Fin 9 MON ACS BlUl^rl Table.
■ rtED FRONT LIVERY
The proprietor is well known not only here but in all the adjac«n
Counties and Towns.
His business qualifications and natural a ec
tion for horses specially fits him for the avocation.