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—HOLIDAY GOODS! — Cheap
iley , Or., Dec. 16, 1888.
i at N. BROWN’S. Com«, .ee, and
E d . H erald : Thinking a few
THURSDAY, DECEMBER27. lsSS.
THE TOWN OF BURNS
: doubt ne more!
items from upper Silver creek
lx al proof .
GRANT CO. OREGON.
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AS IT IS VOK El) BY THE HEIIALD.
Lakeview, Oregon, November 13, 138». I
readers, I send a few.
bTICK is HEREBY GIVEN that the fol
There is to be a Christmas tree
InVnamed settler has filed notice of bis in-
HARNEY VALLEY ITEMS.
J. E. McKINMON now offers his with a basket supper and a dance
BUSINESS MEN ABROAD BY LOOKING OVER ITS COLUMNS WILL SEE THAT
Lu to make final proof in sup|M>rt of his
and that said proof will ta made before
goods AT COST, consisting of at F. Okerman’s, Christmas night. 1 newspaper; 1 hotel: 1 brewery; 1 Burns
huMgister or Receiver at Lakeview, Oregon,
undertaker: 1 meat market: 2 lawyers: 3 physicians
H ake said of the truo followers
Lnuary 16th. 18W. vis:
Promptly executed. The building has been on
1 surveyor; 1 land agent; 1 drugstore; 1 Jeweler; 1 blacksmith; 1 livery stable: 2 general mer
C anned G oods and many articles
larged and improved and is prepared to turn of Christ “A Christian is God Al i
It is raining here to-day. The chandise stores; 1 hardware store; 1 saw-mill; 1 carpenter; 1 saddle A harness shop; 1 gro
all kinds of blaekainithing on »hurt notice mighty’s gentleman;” And Burton too numerous to mention.
L No 2797. lor tbe W’a of NEqr A K‘a of out
store. Also, 1 Odd Fellows lodge; 1 reading room; 1 school; 1 church.
ground is wetter than it has been
Inr 4ec 30 Tp2»i®, BSSE. He names the fob and in the best style. Terms: Cash.
writes “Where God hath a temple,
<^^Mail a copy of T he H erald to Advertise your town, iu the East.
|ng witnsssss to prove hia continuous resi-
for the past two years.
tr upon, and cultivation of said laud, vis.
the Devil will have a chapel.”
FDurham, David Lambert, tlyivcster Smith
Stock looks well here.
| j. II. Curnutt, all of Diamond, Graut couu-
Burns certainly contains few gen of your money. Come and see.
Everybody has winter supplies
tleman according to the above defi
A. F. SNELUNG. Register.
with plenty of beef to eat; so all
nition, or the church building that
WANTED: to engage but- are happy.
THOS. GIANINI---- Proprietor
stands like the tall white ghost of a I ter by the year. Inquire at H er
Carl Cecil has his large new barn
pious resolution in thff midst of our ald Office this week.
/^—Married on Christmas day. in
Tables Kept well supplied with the best in
men are jubilant: wool is
he market. Service prompt and efficient, and in operation by this time.
As Burns, by J. C. Parker, J. P., Dr. 20 Sheep
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cents at the Dalles.
Lt k ;view, Oregon, November, 13 1»»».)
it now stands, as it has stood for a H. M. Horton and Miss Etta Stan-
R. J. and Nick Baker sold 27
OTICE B HEREBY GIVEN that the follow-
a year, empty, useless( the key in clift, all of Diamond, Grant county, sacks of wool for 18 cents per lb.
nained settler has filed notice of his inteu-
1 to ms1’* final pro*)! in support of his claim.
the builder’s pocket, it is a silent, Oregon.
Our county blacksmith, James
I that said proof will be made before the
but pointed comment on the condi yX-Miss Cora Harris, after a visit Smith, is busy all the time.
jister an<l Receiver at Lakeview, Oregou, ou
mary 171 h, l»h9. viz:
tion of religious sentiment in thei of several weeks in Diamond valley
Zollie Dibble has returned from
Charles V. Durham,
I with Mrs. 8. H. Porter, returned to The Dalles whither he had taken a
T he H erald respectfully sug Burns on Christmas day.
K. No 642. for the S’a of N E’;, <i W’ 2 of bh>.
band of cattle, and found ready
19 Tp 2»S, K. 33 E. lie names the fol
AT P. F. STENGER’S, BURNS, OR.
gests that the church organization
ing witnesses to prove bis continuous res-
—Mr. and Mrs. B. I). Porter’s sale for them.
see upon. Mini cultivation of said laud, vis.
in charge of the building go to work baby was quite ill on Monday eye
Success to T he H erai . d .
ert Vestal. David laimbcrt, Sylvester Smith
with a will and get it into shape ing.
I J. II. Coruutt, all of Diamond, Grant co. =Estimates Made
H appy C amp .
for religious services, or put it up
A- F. SNELLING, Register.
=And Plans Furnished.
holidays in Burns.
and say they will donate money for, i y—Miss Anna Comegys of Blitzen •
From Boat Ford.
Those having work in my line will find it to
their advantage to give me a call. Will contract a Union church can have a chance is visiting in Burns this week.
oat F ord , Or., Dec. 26.
to furnish all buildings complete, includin'« to open it to the public.
Painting, and Papering. Terms: As reasonable
—A concert and ball was given
had his wrist disloca
as any responsible contractor.
We have no individual interest j in Burns Christmas Eve night and
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ted and his head bruised by the
Lakeview, O/egon. November 14, 1»»».)
was well-attended, wc are informed,
one church denomination above most of the society folks are saving overturning of a heavily loaded hay
N otice is hereby given that the foiiow-
g named settler hus filed notice oi his inten-
another; in fact, we have no pre their best dross, -»nd brightest frame, while hauling hay for Mr.
m to make final proof in support of his claim
d that said proof will be made before the
ference, but the record made by 1 smiles for the social event of the Kelso one day last week. Dr. Em-
igister and Receiver of Lakeview, Oregon,
Burns the past year in the History , season, the grand Burns Band bree put the wrist in place.
uuary 12tii, 1«89, viz-
The cheerful face of Geo. Hayes
.Jaine E. Horn,
J. NAT. HUDSON, of Town-building shows that “some , Dance, on New Eve.
W. A. WISHIRK,
is among us again.
S No. 2921, for the N’2' of SE qr i E’a of
V qr. Sec 21, Tp 34 S, K34 E. He names the
—E. A’. King requests us to state
lowing witnesses to prove his continuous
and that mighty sudden,” and if that his saw-mill is now in readi / Charles and Anna Comegys are
WILSHIRE & HUDSON.
idence upon, and cultivation of, said land,viz
one set of church people cannot ness to accommodate the public guests of Mrs. Hayes during the
hn Billiugsly, Heury I amik , M. Fitzgerald,
d 0. Dunuean, Fort McDermitt, I*. O., Ne-
obtain the means, let another set i with lumber of every description holidays.
Van Embree, with fever, and Ira
try, and if no one denomination is ! on demand; and will not be under-
A. F. SNELLING. Register.
LAKEVIEW AND BURNS, OR.
with an car affection, were
able to establish itself, let them i Mold by any lumber firm. Orders
on the sick list the past few days.
This firm practices in the’eourts of the State, “pool their issues” and open that
and before tlie U. 8. Land Office. Any land
The Boat Ford Christmas Tree
Office or other business entrusted to them will church building, as a Union church
—Steelville (Mo.), Mirror: Thos.
receive prompt attention.
which saint and sinner can join in I B. Fairclough, who has been at was a brilliant success. As the Ed
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nr-LAND CASES SOLICITED.
sustaining in the interest of moral ' Sykston, Dakota, for some months, itor of T he H erai . d was present—
Lakeview, Oregon, November 14, 1388.)
ity—where the pulpit shall be free to has returned to his home near Cu and made an able and eloquent
KOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow-
r-named settler has filed notice of his inten-
be used by every man or woman of i ba. He was in town Tuesday, and speech—I suppose he will give your
>n to make final proof in support of his claim,
any religious denomination, bearing i called on the Mirror and set up the readers an account of the affair, so
d that said proof will be made before the
I will only add that I believe our
•gi»t«r and Receiver, at Lakeview, Oregon.
cigars to the printers. He declares tree to have been the handsomest
January 13th, 1889, viz:
GEO. 8. SIZEMORE - - B urns , q I( standing in the church they claim his intention of going to Harney one in Harney Valley; the children,
Arthur J. Horn,
to represent among us.
Valley, Oregon, in the spring.
, B. No. 2969, for the S’« of NE qr, & NU SE qr,
Criminal law a specialty.
Come, friends of humanity, of I As Mr. Fairclough is a young all of whom were of tender years,
iC 32, Tp 34 8, R 34 E. He names the following
itnesses toprove h<s continuous residence up- 1
----- 1 any, or all, or no church name, let i 1 man of industry and good moral acquitted themselves charmingly;
I, and cultivation of, said land, viz: John :
us unite, and, “with a long pull, a habits, his advent in this country and, although the house was crowd
Jingsley; Henry Long, M. Fitzgerald and C.
annean, of 1*. O. Fort McDermitt. Nevada.
strong pull, and a pull all together” would be greeted warmly by the ed almost to suffocation, the even
A. F. SNELLING, Register.
m ---------- pull that church building out of the better class of our citizens. The ing was thoroughly enjoyed by all.
Office at bis residence ou the east side of Sil-: *
B ee .
vics River, teu luilcs below Burns.
■ fintincilll Tilt it DllS been StUCK in Harney country is a very good agri
--------------------------- -------------------- the past year, and if that cannot cultural country, but a poor soil for
—The best bit Cigar at W. E.
done, let us unite in erecting a the
lllv ca average
v V A
y vrvaAAg aaia
vv his Grace’s drug store.
Dr. S. B. McPheeters. i be
less costly building, and get it into firgt erop of wild oatg in
H.) —BARGAINS!—B argains ! ¡-Bar
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Lakeview, Oregon, November 19, 1888.)
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
—Paints and Oils of the best gains!!!—at N. BROWN’S.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow
T he —
H erald may be counted quality
—Darwin’s theory of the “survi
K-nnmetl settler lias filed notice of his inten-
W. . E
in to make final proof in Biipport of hi« claim
Office at W. E. Grace’s Drug Store.
j_ _ 8tor
upon to pay the regular monthly CJrace>B drug
val of the fittest” is simply that the
<1 that said pr»»of will be made before the
mister or Receiver at Lakeview, Oregon, on
or quarterly dues, such as its mem-
rcad- weakly die, while the robust and
Make up your fall list of read-
puary 21st, 1889, viz:
bers are called upon to contribute •
matter d join T he H erald hardy thrive and live. How true
E. L. Dusenbury,
to its support, no matter what re- club for
this is of seed growth, and how nec
I. 8. No. 3137, for the NE qr, of Sec 15, Tp
ligious denomination is in posses- >_Borl> to fc
Henry essary to sow only that which is
i-, S, R 28 E. He names the following wit-
T. a . M c K innon ,
esses to prove his continuous residence upon
sion, and we believe every family Caldwell, last Wednesday, a fine Suited by nature to live and develop.
nd cultivation of, said laud, viz: Simon Lewis
to Mr and Mrg. Len. D. M. Ferry <5t Co., the great Seed
I. J. Williams, Peter M. Mallorj, David Miller,
Any and al] kinds of surveying done oil shot in Burns and vicinity will do the'
11 of Riley, Grant co, Oregon.
notice and reasonable terms.
Settler ' same, if the church is opened.
j Harlowe, a son, their second child, Growers Seed Dealers of Detroit,
IN HERALD OFFICE,
wishing to be located, can nave plats furnishe
A. F. SNELLING, Register.
free of charge.
i i —Coal Oil at W. E. Grace’s drug Michigan, supply only the best and
T iie Editor of T he H erald , by ; gtoro
purest, raising their own seeds by
Open every day except Sunday, from 9 a m to 5 p m.
special invitation, attended the
the most improved methods and
—No turkey in this market.
Saddle and Harness Shop, Christmas Tree entertainment giv- —T he H erald acknowledges re- with the greatest care, bringing to Every Lady and Gentlemen a welcome Visitor to this Free Read
I«««1 r Th 7 rmng’ 1 ZC- T f ceiP‘ of a “ s
hen” for “ a their business the invaluable aid of
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»88 by the patrons and friends of uhrigtma8 dinner from the owner of more than thirty years’ experience.
Lakeview, Oregon, November 28, 1888.) J. C. WELCOME - P roprietor .
Boat Ford School now being taught the Bi Burng Bargain Counter on Their Seed Annual for 1889 is a
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the foi-
owing-named settler has filed notice of his in
by Miss Ida Roberts, and we are exblbition now at N. Brown’s store real help to the gardener, and
ention to make final proof in support of his
- gratified to report it a clever sue- ! for thig week
should be in the hands of all who
lalni, and that said proof wi’.l be made before
he County Judge of Grant county Oregon, or in
cess from the opening to the close.
_T„E H ebald acknowledges a desire to purchase pure and true
■ is absence before theC’ounty Clerk of Graut co.
It Canyon City, Oregon January 24ih, 1889, viz:
We have only time and space for a j
pleasant visit last Saturday seeds. Send your name to D. M.
synopsis of the proceedings.
fro' & and Mf8 chag zi j of Ferry <fc Co., Detroit, Michigan, and
1 he exercises of the evening open- Pi.isnn plwi-
they will forward you a copy.
f. E. No. 784, for the SW qr of Sec 33, Tp 24 S.
; 32 E. He names the following witnesses to
cd with the singing of “Coronation”
_D L Grace Mrg Thog H Rf)b.
rove hiscontiuuous residence upon, and culti-
Bruxs, O il by fbe entjre house, Mrs. Boreland
ation of, said land, viz: James Brandon, Wm CHAS. SAMPSON
■ erts, Mrs. J. C. Parker, Frank Mc
IcGlymre. Ed. Duncan, and Milton Modie, all
the °rgan- ,
f Burns, P. O. Grant co., Oregou.
W. E. GRACE, P roprietor ,
Mrs. A. A. Burnison,
A. F. SNELLING, Register,
_ , _
8 _ , bree offered an earnest and eloquent, Thompson, and several others of
h n ' Song,
Red Front Liverv &, Feed P^yer.
Burngy attended ThTtoTFori
the Boat Ford
Bells arc Ringing ” by the commit- cbrigtmag entertainment.
tee on music. This was followed /_Quite a
VV. C. BYRD - - -
P ropri ETOH v<hrieC1M T“!
yA?ran\rIrwb'n’ tree entertainment took place in
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Ethel McCarty, Alice McKensie, town Tuesday evening) andVa8 fol.
Lakeview, (Sragon, November 24. 1888.)
A CASH BUSINESS AT BED Lora Bunyard and Van Embree, i lowed b a ¿hrigtlna* balI.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow-
ng-named settler has filed notice of his inten-
song by Winnie McCarty
—A good article on the facts re-
lou to make final proof in support of his claim,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PROPRIE
| , Song,
nd that said proof will be made before the
..- , Thoughts
.. of .. Childhood,
garaing e me
h« Register or Receiver, at Lakeview. Oregon-
%ived tod )atc
TARY ARTICLES, PATENT MEDI
n January 24th. 1889, viz:
Saddle Horses S
__________ _____ „__ McKen8Ie, _ Alice Embree, Nelhe but wiH
Thomas II. Smith,
and Particular Attention
to the Boarding
CINES, FLAVORING EX
1. 8. No. 3188, for the N‘^ of NEU. A ES of NW and Grooming of Transient Stock. Hay «k Grain Martin, Winnie
McCarty, Edith: _Onc of the best family news
i of Sec 28, Tp 35H 8, R 32%E. He names the fol on baud.
swing witnesses to prove his continuous resi-
enreupon, and cultivation of, said land, viz:
drew Greeley, bmging by Edith ^li-knowq Toledo Blade, a copy of
DYES AND FINE TOILET SOAPS.
ames Fortune, W. H. Gass, J. Berdugo. and R.
and Ura Bunyard and by W innie, wbichwiBbe found on file in the
. Sawdon, all of Burus, Grant county, Oregon,
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A. F. SNELLING. Register.
Ethel, Beryi and Ed. McCarty. Readi Room Our reader8 at a A Pleasing Sense of Health
BRUSHES, COMBS, SHOUL
Song, Nearer Home,” by the choir. digtan* can gend for ft frec g^ci.
and Strength Renewed, and
???’ men copy. : It will be found just
of Ease and Comfort
rjESERT LAND FINAL PROOF
Old Santa Claus is Coming this tbc
need forthig winter-8
Follow« tho use of Syrup of Fig», tW ii
layk t < r
,th®,clo8e of reading, and it will cost but 11.
U nited S tates L and O ffice , | Mrs. Louis Racine, - - Proprietress.
Lakeview, Oregon, November 24. 1888.)
which j John
R:niember t vu.
j. . • as . Santa
. I —
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Robert J.
A limited number of guests can secure the
K idneys , L iver 69 B owels
Bawdon of (»rant county, Oregon, has filed no most comfortable lodging rooms in the town peared and distributed candy, nuts Year Eve Ball ¡n Burng.
tice of intention to make final proof on his des
Cleansing the System when
and apples freely among the audi
—See advertisement of the Tole Effectually
ert land claim. No. 260, for a tract beginning at at this home. Table« suppliedwith all Kind«
the center of Sec 31, Tp 33 S, R32E; thence
do Blade on 4th page.
east U of a mile: north
of a mile: thence
S P hysicians ’ P re -?
Wm. Meglymre, Frank Whiting
P ure B randies ,
west % mile: thence south
mile to the point
—SOMETHING NEW at the Colds, Headaches and Fevers
of beginning, before the Register or Receiver,
and I rank Baker removed the gifts gtore of N Brown on Christmas
and permanently curing
W inks a L iquors
at takeview, Oregon, on Friday, the 2f»th day of
January, 1889. He names the following wit
from the tree, and J.
N Thrash > d
A hand8Olne di9piay of bar-
for Medicinal pur
nesses to prove the complete irrigation and re
The West Shore.
called out the names of those for|
hoiiday good/ ft is worth without weakening or irritating the or
) ED, by Experienc-f
clamation of said land: Charles Stearns, W. JI.
Gass, J. Berdugo, and T. H. Smith, all of Burns*,
townz& look at.
I ed Pharmacist.
gans on which it acts.
P. O., Grant co, Orogen
For Bale In
aa4 Sl.M Bottle« by
just such information about the great Pa
A. F. SNELLING. Register
all Leading Druggists.
cific Northwest as those who are interested
MA»V>ACTV*KS OK LT ST THS
in that region desire to have. It is neither tain came into Burns from that »» who suffer frdm habitual consti-
OALirOBIIA no STRUT 00
an immigration pamphlet nor a subsidized : point yesterday after supplies. Mr. Pat,?n-
h1u,d fruit remedy, Syrup Tzwnsvnj.F.. Kr S aw F bjuicuco , C Naw
£)ESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF.
railroad publication, but a genuine maga- ' kurtz is a late arrival in this part
Yoas. M Y.
zine, now in its fifteenth year. It devotes . of
KALSOMINE, PAINTS, PAINT BRUSHES,
UsiTZtr S tatm L and OrncBJ
Oregon Short more
than — any
Lazevlew, Oregon. November 24. 1888 } its attention especially
° i <•
lilf V7I Vk’LlIl Oliuri I
VARNISHES, COAL OIL.
i’rvl ■ n Ki a and
NOTICK 18 HEREBY GIVEN that William t/YW
Wy„ to Hunt- °ther reraedr
H. Gass, of Grant county, Oftgon, han filed no
all kinds or pocket cutlery
, ington, Or. He expresses himself
K™1? °n ‘he.howel®, kidneys,
tice of hi» intention to make proof on his desert A,"kt
land claim No. 173. for the SE ur of Sec 1«, sW
it gives reliable descnptiona and beautiful
, P, tb
liver, and stomach, and does not
r Ser 17. NE qr Sec 19, NW qr Set 20. Tp 34. 8, engravings of the mines, »^.>v
For 8ale by
.zUlo> db- ~
, - Ple^ With
- gj(.ken or debilitate.
I 32 E, before the Register and Receiver, at
ufavlr interests, fi fishing
«bitt or Indus!
IlC 11 aS 8 |M
akevlew, Oregon, on Wednesday, the 23d day trirts
at .. .
f January, 1W. He names the following wit- the cities, townsand resources of that re- Ruck Mountain, and in company all druggists.
AGENT FOR D r . HORNE’S ELEC
esses to prove the complete irrigation and re-
/—Dr. Embree was sent for last
lamation of said land: J. Berdugo, T. H. Smith, gion, as well as tLefatmou.» scenery. In fact . w<th W. L. Beat of that place, ha«
TRIC BELTS A TRUSSES.
L. J. sawdon. and R. I>. Cooper, all of Burns, P. it is the only ynblication giving the class of engaged in the cattle bufliness. Mr Friday to attend A. D. Cavin’s lit
Grant county, Oregon.
ASSORTMENT OF THE
A. F. SNELLING. Register.
tourists to the Pacific Northwest.
fore moat welcome and he join« sipelas ; also, to attend Mrs. Vaughn
BEST SPECTACLES AND EYE-GLASSES,
who was quit« ill several days of
T he W est H horz contains artistic en- TllE H k RALD’ s list of BubacribeiH.
BEST QUALITY OF TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
j graving* and maintains a high standard of .
the past week.
. Literary excellence. It is essentially a West- !
—Yearly advertisers oi stock DECEM BER 31 ht ., 1888.
gW-FRESH NUTS and CHOICE CANDIEH.^0
jjesert laxd , final proof .
cm magazine in every feature, and an expo
brands in T he H crald get inser
U nited S tater L and O ffice . / nent of the ltfe and energy of the West. that a man named Chas. Peterson, tions of stolen and strays free. -
C. Russell, L. Brown, C. Byrd.
Lakeview, <>reir.»n. November 24. 1888.)
With each number is sent an Art ttapple- who lives on the South-Fork of the
PRICKS AS REASONABLE AS THOSE .Of PERKD BY ANY
committee on arrangements
NOTICE IS HF.RFBY GIVEN that Joaquin
«rduro, of Grant county. (»rerun, ha« filed no j ment, in colors or tints, about 19x24 inches Malheur, was lying on the road
OTHER LINE OF BVSINESS IN THIS SECTION.
E. B. Gray, Lee
ire of hb intention to make proof on his deM-at ! in siza, the subject being some feature of the between Harney and Burns, with Brown’s Christmas day. Go and J. C. Welcome,
ind claim No. 173, for the IxH« 3 and 4. E>, of
w qr. AM SE qr
Sm 7. Lo>. 1 .nd 2. Ri, „< graud scenery’ which enchants all tourists 1 liis body bruised and one arm bro sep it.
'* S’ A X E qr.
l<. TPM ». R .2 F. hefor» through the Northwest
—Polk County Observer: W. E Good Music has been secured for the occasion
ken; Dr. McPheeters and a party
and Receiver, at I^kevicw, <»rer«>n,
A cordial invitation is extended to All.
A bound volume of this Magazine for 1887 of men went to his assistance at Dalton is having several road carts
i Tueaday. the 22d dat of January. iw>. He
the folio« ins witnesses to prove tbe ’ or 18X8 is a perfect mine of information.
A Grand Parade
once. It seems the man was haul put up at Independence to take to
rt*ati<»n and reclamation of said
’•»don. W H G m >. T. H. smith. ; Subscription, per year
Am now better able than ever to meet the demands of the eoantry in
° l u,’T’e^■ *11
*■ O • '.rant co . Bound volumes, each
Two bound volumes
«..no he fell off, or was thrown off the
—TO CLOSE OUT JAN. Irr — Will be given at 3 o’clock in the my line, ami am truly thankful for the liberal patronage I bar. rec.ivad
; Two biHind volumes and subscription «.¿O i wagon, the horses took fright, the Stenger Stosk of Clocks and afternoon by the B. B. B. I lecem-
in the past, and I well know that the only proper way to merit the con
H^Send 25 ceuts for a sample copy.
ran away, and the wagon ran over Dry Goods is to be sacrificed.
ber 31st, 1SN.
tinued patronage and good will of the entire public is by fair and impar
—Diamond Dyes for sale at W.
him, bruising him considerably,
—For all kinds of Stationery go
Publisher of T he W eft S moke ,
Grace’s drug More.
•100. tial dealings with all classes.
Portland. ¿Orcenn. and breaking an arm.
to W. E. Grace’s drug stor«.
IO Per Cent Discount
A FURTHER DISCOUNT OF
TEN PER CENT ON FORMER REDUCED PRICES!
On All Goods Now Held in Stock.
G-oods eft R.
□P». ir-, STEMGER’S;
THE HERALD READING ROOM.
BURNS BRASS BAND
A CRAND BALL