\ -Kl» K«» II’KXT BIRNS ADVERTI« tiz-d in Jorian- 1« »« impr«*»ilX I.BGAI. fur Jorian to hare immereed the Wol-li™. » c « J .hn’s Baptim was the Chris- Tart mc 'iitti lii that were laptiz-d s»_- X. i*O • lat. ApplicM tian baptism: t,- ¿/m. la+iJ -s John wa* a priest roo/ rorreetly n»*4 «a* oeaee i »«•••*•••*- lion. r-anjC«.-i J Randall wh> ha* OF CWAR “„i h D. «»“«• 1st. Because it wa* rex in 1he act.ug under toe law of Moses, Cl " 2d. Acopyol been ««xifined to Lis re*iden"e in •F CBABOB, >y narue of tbe Holy Tnnity—fur which required Liiu to sprinkle tbe thi* city f»r several week* past i* Last Thursday the citizens of P abxem ’ Institute held at P.ore- now much Letter, although nut yet Christ lia l r:-X yet died; and tbe peopi in order to purify them— Burr • were startled at sight of Dr H ly Ohoit was net yet given: see Kt Heb. 9: 19-25. Lurg 10th and 11 in»t.. wa* well at well en«rugh to get oat of do rs. H rton ,f Biitzen driving into town Queatioa. Was not John proper with a large coffin (apparently oc tended aad much interesting mat- H - con:- mplate* »pending the »um- Matt 3-11. J- bn say» "I indeed baptize you with water unto re- ly a Gospri minieter. and did he cupied), in hi* twobrse light ter under diaeussi-xi. mer at tbe M-a»Lore. notick n H p-r.tan*-. but be that cometh after not open a Dew dispensation, wag n. Inquiry disclosed a* sad SoGdter «renrral Jenk*. of tbe me is mightier than I. whose sh»«e« which ha 1 no connec-tiou wim the an affair as we have chruniclea in W«j.. arel what about that Har- Departnx.:.t of Justice, who ten I which we are to k«.-k rears. y Coar.tr Fair* M ,rt- talk dered Li* rerig- alion at the begin am not worthy to Lear; be shall ,aw ac.j H D. White, hrAber-in-law of Laptiz-:-v-u with tbe II :y Ghost f«>r a new and different mode of Il M Hod ^3*. Brov^ ne»-»l'-«l o» that suhj***. ning of tb- y.re«er.t adtoini-tration. -' : 'A ■ od- worship. :’.,1J. and wa* b- rd- has Leer« notifie 1 of it* a«-eeptaD« ani with fire.” - - Acts 1-— also chap 19-3-5. Apollos knew I aikswer no. tor Christ said " He Leading Merchant ci Harr^ I r tbe name of the author cou Id by the Pre«: bn’ to take effect on only tbe baptism of John when he ' Harr ■ v. in tii*. e^dy part of this that • tbe 15th. ir.-" Mr J-r k* will «mn- I* riven, a decided in" rem-nt in . :• 1 . < . ."ch i- greater than month with tinoe in th- r- rvi«re of th-- Gov.-rn- came to Epbeso*. but he met with (tbe g tbe interest of LLitairene." a G. rg- ou Kiger eampei in t I RY SO IDS, < lothing . ha - A a-. 1 Pr - ilia, wbo instruct Lre- he. ” John was. however, the >HOES I,RO which is to app.-ar in Harper's ment a* «txunsel in the telepbuoe ed him in the way of tbe Lord creek in the Steen Mountains, and runner f Christ, th- herzli thit oa t m ii’ght of th»- 15th a -• >TOVES. TINWARE Magazine for Jun' , would 1» créât. a.e - until they are disp.-sri of mote perfectly. And l«e said unto d his coming, and was full ' f a -.at two f ct to k plac To PAINTS. ««ILS -- . pro. «d—!Sp<-cíally in jouma’ - r* cir- This pocition wm the lone of et»n- ti. ' Unto what then were ye bap sent to prepare SULTANA S AND 1 X ' th-peopL i.-r L - prut tect tb<: .? ivr- f.-. i;. the rigor- pm. t'-nti -n which Lremght on the r- . ; . kin lied a fit«of cl«ar- < IG A 1H - A”IM-g-l.._ c'-r.t Litter wrangle btwe n -• na- tiled?’ arxl they sai«l "Unto John’s recep:. - - . is I have already sh wn GO* I in eo.omo 1 st >v- k' tt. The coai T >’> N U M EROI - TO h*ptisr.i. ” Then sai«l Paul "John means tree tha- the but it i tors.Sbrman •rrnan aixi and Quay, Quay. It was ti,h‘. and li.: 11 T-’.T A threatened strike in o-.< of tbe ’ -INAL PRO< privately ly promised proii;:» -i t to SL'-rman's merely baptized with the !<apti-m go»r»-; has no c. n»>ection with the ■Tvî- i foreign spool thread manufa to: .1 rep :«tan- -. saying unto the peo- was our *cLocl:i-as- d to« <;.p. d when law.or '•an'li'izt* Al; : » ILrt. «f Ohio, lpbOBSO establisbed near Newark. N. J., un COTICE . - ■ -. • ’---- 1;. discov. rd y p..n- - that w t < ut •Gm», weeks ago, I. ut from K;nr * v UB- pi . that they should believe on Him ter, to ekf ago, ui buu der the operation of th- henificent known t auve t.i? appointment was that should con;:- after him”—that 3: 25 ar. i the law was the shadow to Mr Low th-y li.i far d durli.g the snow ? ’ ru;. White was dead. ■ ar tariff is instructive just at this is <>n J -rus Christ, tbtn they were not yet publicly anr.ou: . • > ’ d I things to ' ■ come i c-. the ...... time. The tax which «-very ,r. " r the • la law r -■ Ex-S -iator RiddleLe ■er. w.-aid baptized over and received Chris G ap-it. tber ■lore An inquest was held and tire ev wlao uses crXton thread pay* ferth • No no». ■ • • . : e-4. ngre-Fsmaa Laughton a ed otb- tian lapti-m. We need nothing • • il-rx- as t-j caus of death f und qr of N benefit of th»-«* manufactures is plainer than this to prove that i . -,Lr.. ■ • with thea'uve. the er anti-Mahoce re pull; -ar«« coaic a shadow sustain- to its - j ! stariCi- seven cent* for each dozen sp»!« to Washing’on and chia the Pr *i- J aim's baptism wa* only for that j-vi.- r hiving made a .-tat-iner t • : -1 ■ w represer t* th tr containing” r.t m." than a 1 • of th" facts. county, O dent all they want to. but so far time and occasion, and was never Hw rep.-.scuts the Gosp.-l. A:«l y person T. remains were Iretgl.t to yards. The pri«-- p-r dozen of • }• everything giv'-n out in Virg.nahi* intended to be continued in the »°/.L th re was b - j in.mersi in th- law. 1and i:' rrel und- r the aus- MISCELLANEOUS spool* is ~a Lout thirtern cent- «■ gone to a Mahor.'.- man. church; notwithstanding which n t a single precept require«! ___ ?_____ on« ot the ‘ 1 : should that the tariff tax which *ewi tuntty at A Lig re-ramble is now taking some did continue it, as ir. tbe case •b-r- i'«r- it is not likely that John d.-rthed' -in-id was ainem'-er: ill women pay upon this material it Woodland Lodge, Cal .„ant. and place daily at tbe Government :’ Apeii —kr.owing no better—an«l immersed the people. t submitted absent 54 pe r cent. That is. th .ea H i>. W;.:«.' was 'd years oil; some still continue it. knowing 'ike Printing office. Palmur. the new ;2&-a .• Did not Phiihp immerse the : rr« i < -. la I ut r -¡¿ent a num- pay rather more than half a* n>o ch : j Apollv«, only the baptism of John. j ic’n. Th«- - -,h w .-.t down in - r of years in California, wh.-re hi* again as they ought to pay. The 2d. John administered his bap to tb. water, be th Phillip ar.d th-'. fath- r and mother are «till living. - - - )NT£ST NL IN HERALD OFFICE, of the off«..- Monday, since which Mills bill prop.s- J to -< j ce thi- ry day except Sunday. from9it^^^^M time he has hardly b-en allowed an listn under the Jewish law (ceremo -. :.i«.h. and he lap: - 1 hi:.,—d« II- I- _v - al-o. a wifi-ar.d infant excess:tax to 40 jx r cent; bet child.______ »j.pr.rt’inity t«, at r sl«-ef> «■ » great nial) and r.ot ut. lerthe Gospel dis y- u deny this is imn.- Every Lady and Gentlemen a welcome Visitoru1 this was oppow-ej by th«. English I.--" Friday the m-mbe-rs of Har i* the rush. He has made but few pensation: see Acts 10—37—3’: also A. It either does not mean im ing Room. men and Iteotchmen established at R m. 5-14 — 15. ney L -• N • 77. I. O. O. F. were appointment* yet. But one of those mersion, or it proves too much. If Newark, whs» laid great str«.-»- up n r to I -t «v the burial 3d. J< hn was never a member of th-ir going down into the wat r ... 1 t _• f'-w—< h'-if tim«- ki- per—was re- i. • ■ r- ■ f th- ir ' rd-r on a faithful the necessity of electing «»-neral vir'.-d by « ■ ' ■ r “Billy” Chan- the Christian «lepartrnent of tb- pr vt— immersion, then it proves b: r, and. though the remains Harrison in order to pr'?te»t th« church: see Mai. 4—5; al«o. Matt. : .-r.e who had passed wages > f the workingmen. Presi dlcr, cf New Hampshire, who is 11-7-11. John was the last proph that toth, Philip and the eunuch, w-.: th away ni: - ■. ys lefore. The cerc-- one of Palmer ’ s bondsmen, f. r his were immersed together, for they dent Harrison has been ju-t one et before the new dispensation. He i. -..»1 w. ieautiful and impres month in offiice, an«l the working private «•«• -retary. " J.illy’s” friends stoxl right on the dividing line of both went down into the water, sive. pursuant i. Com m its I people of th<- threa«i factory whc~< are- also likely to l.e heard from the old and new dispensations. He But. as before stated, going down B - Bartao' mew opened the i HAS. E BOSWELL owners are protected by the tariff of wlxn the contract* for tbe year’s came as a friend to introduce Christ into the water is not baptism—and - rv. - by singinc and prayer and suppli.-« for the offi«re arc made ti. O: •-r t ok charge of the funeral, h -re the Scriptures make a clear •'»I per rent, have had th' ir w - - who was to* open the new gospel: J. C. PARKER. BURN?. AGENT ar.d marked distinction. L says by : j : hir._' in advance of the cut down from 15 t > 17 j p r < nt next month. see Matt. 3: 1-3: also. Mark 1: 1-4. search he hearse. CLeif Justice Fuller has gone to they L- th went d jwn int the r ent where« Six hundred of them propose to re- At the grave the pastor sang be fierved From w hom did John get his au he K akt L- - VALE on Mondays. Wednesdays and Fn^_ si.-t this reduction by striking Norfolk, and from there he will pre»- thority to baptise’ John’s laptism —toth Philip and the ennuch. ' Nearer My God to Thee” and at buri c«.-ed to > uth Carolina cn his dis Arrives? ’ BURNS on Tuesdays. Thursdays.in J4is W< 11, they are now loth down into I, ie r.n appropriate prayer M« s-r« against the blessing of a prz •• was instituted by God, the Father: trict tour. Leav« - BURNS -«n Mondays. Wednesday and F-^ m the water, but L- is r. : yet bapti.-e-d. F nick an«l Fisk then conducted tariff — P. -n. P< • Arrivi * at VALE on Tuesday*, Tlmr-da-. s. ao4J^H_^ a.c-ordai •- with the Harrison’s first negro appoint sec John 1:33. "He that sent me Therefore, going down int > th : the sc- ’ ______ KAL PROC ment—Rev. J. me» Townsend of In to bep’szc with water, the same water is not baptism. Ar.d he bap impr-.-s.-iive rites of the Order £4F~Ci - • onnc< tion at VAI.E with stage foi'A’ diana. to be r«-c< -d«-r of the Gener «aid unto me Upon whom thou tisc-d him. Now lie is baptised. —Mrs. Steng-r. Mrs. Grace. Mrs. «halt F-.e the Spirit descending and Vaughn. Mrs. Witzel. Mrs. Parker al Laud Office — h ■« created quite ::t h has not yet • .me up out of The Superintendent, Prof. Baker, remaining on him. the same is He and Mrs. Cop-hall arc- offering the with l.is teachers. < has N«-w»-ll, a commotion in the Laixl oilice. that baptizeth with the Holy the water; tl;er f re. coming up out i_. vitalities of their bums to the Jno. E I'ob-rts. Auguste Ritter- In tb- division cf which Town Ghost,” therefore. John could r. t of th wat* r is no part of baptism t- ;■•!.• r? attending the institu-..-, was an a-’ perf r r-<i :«t"- and are th-'-rebv aiding materially in Busch. H. J. Manly and « »fiO. w sen«! «“ to b- 4’1,:»-^ there are 25 have administered Christian lap P »] : Haye*; Mbs 1; ; <-rt.-. Mis* Har white lady clerk«, ami every one tism, f««r John had been inartvred t«-r they w. -.t «’own into the water Ivanc-mg the cause of education in and befor they came up out of the the new county. key, arid Mis* Hembree, also ap of them is trying to get tra .«fi rre-d STAGE in the Jewish economy cf th- —The second session of Miss to some other division in order to wat. r, and was entirely distinct plicant« and friends of education, church. Long l-eforc Christ gave Roberta’ school c! «es tomorrow. from both. What the mode wr> Friday, with an V!. uninat.« n were promptly on tim«- on Monday escape the negro. As one of the i the commission to his disciples to in this case is not stated, but it is basket dinn- r. morning pursuant to published lad « - puts it: We naturally have go out and teach, and baptize, see FROM PRINEVILLE TO BUWi to par a certain .iin -int of court call. as plain as words < an make it that —The Burns hotel is entertain Matt. 2’: LI-2V, the Lord Jeiu* in- and d«-f-renc.-to o :r Chief. an«l it • ing two teach , rs and an applicant, The church was accepte«l in going down into the water and stituted th«.1 Christian baptism af C. B BAKER. Sub-Contractor preferenee to the school hous-- as a will le very disagrevabb for me to coining up out of the water are no Mr. Roberts and Misses Roberts ter hi* rcsurectinn from the dead, at.d ’Young. more available building l«-cau*e of treat a n»-gr«> a« my superior, I part of the n. Je of baptism. !rfi .rg r- ev?"p V«»r •■*»'» »! fi a m. Arrive» at Purr* and just before hi» ascension home. Lea ii • -ir-. • Ttu-»’a b a am. Arrives a. PnneviEt — In answer to a petition signed it* nearness to the center of the I “hall get into sum«- other division if You will also remember that the 4th. John's baptism taught the I «an; if not I s«ippore- I -hall have town. pas-.-.ge cf Scripture from which I y prominent citizens of Burns to pe»'pl«. ‘to rec .vc- and a«« pt a Sa th«- Presiding Ei 1« r Rev. Ira Wake- Tri?. The usual preliminari - wi re en ■to stand it. : s mv bread and butter Philip preached to the eunuvh fi'-id. of the M. E. Church. Rev. vior to come, saying "Repent, for depends upon it." had no immersion in it. Indeed Wm. r..,rtli Ion«'. >v was chang« d acted witn the following result: Oklahoma «1- .« not prop sr- get the Kingd'um < f Heaven is at the passage th eurmch was read from Long Creek to Harney circuit, Pruf. Baker chairman; tie-« W hand"—see Matt. 3: 2. Thus John ing and from which Philip prea< he«4 ar.d wiii hold Biectiuga in th* val Hayes s»-»-r«-tary: committee on ting left in th- great -«ramble for uhi have stood full in ley as follows: being judge «ays l.imself that Christ tahini program, Chas. Newell, A. lti.ter- office. Corporal Tanner ha* a|e ha<] not yet estabHshed • the new Philip’s way had he u:.d rteken to 1-t Sabbath in each ino ith. busch and Mfs* Rolx-rts; commit I«»i:itcd a boa-d of pension exami- gosp 1 or ch.-.rch. hut it prove t<> th eunuch that he ought was just to i e immersed, for hi was r< ading Burn*, at 11 a in; aid at t! tee uii <|ue*tion* for discuMien. n«-r- for Guthrie, and the < ivil Ser Island seh o’ Lou.-« -t 3 p m at band, but not quite. S«z this "So shall he t iiarn. v. at i. M 8 Jr«o. E li .1 -rt.“. 11. J Manley and vi<- t'..mtnissioners hav«.- recei d statement of John agrees with the from Isaiah 52. 15- -- •ns. Till- rprinkle many natie ■ in. t 7 Mies Aoung; coiuinitt" on r1 -olu- ■i letter asking how soon examina >. 7 . ; statement of Christ in Matt. 1G: lb all th- text h- had aid od S j sVLLIVAN tion«. A Rittcrbif.il Jno. E Rob tions ar-to lx* licbi in Oklahoma where He says ‘"Ti.ou art Peter, and Philip make him -i v îhtî , L»|- « Î- j ’ Di- J. L Itoseli! erg. Mixologist- i-rt ■ and Mis* Young mcrsioti w:-.s right: ít T.vHil i ’ ive One man hes appeared here as uj«on this rock I will luild mv required a miracle to in k the In the afternoon the program wa* a candidate for cilice that every re church, ar.'l the gates of hell sh-li eunuch I eiiev that t a >pri k* o ti : -’. I.iqnor*—Wh fill««! r.ith tin- «-xception of one spectable man in the country should » g not prevail against it. Thus you prophecy could <• I fuh.il 1 y . ¡ :n- 1- ■» -i ■■ f-i-.ks etc . cigars, etc., always! ^h ill in. Method« of T«-n< Ling Orthog rejoice to see disappoint! d I refer Fi-k. travel - can s«e Christ had not built his mersion. I cannot therefore 1 e- ing . g< .«I Compan raphy, caused by tb' absence of to W E. Haskell, editor of the church at the time of John the lievc that Philip immersed th«- eu wlioicsah H iruw rc Mr. Doran of Dret' sey The work Minneapolis Tribune, who want* to nuch. E< sides, no stress can « twJX.- Baptist, therefore. Jul.n could not a lift laid upon the pr. p sitions, ••¡«.to «t r .t Raker < wa* conducted and rendered in a i>c minister to Denmark. Haskell ni: d nis sp:rit d team to ti i have been in the new church—those and ‘out of.” as th y fr. <ni. nt] LMENH spirited manner. is the man who publicly insulted who hold to John and Lis baptism, cur in othe r place*. Ti.e ¡Scr.pt . c- t A. ..day. Mr. ? is ti«- iui .<■ An object of S|«eeial interest to Mrs Clev-iand by a »«-indalous <li- o: gooi fellows, and parti, not OF LAKE\ IEW I leave Christ and the true church, saysChri.-* < nt into the tn .¡ct..in. v.i-iui.fc to i uy agricultural iuiplc- teacher* and all in attendance has torial in the columns of his paper Lid lie go into mountain or on t< p and Christ’« ordinances—whatever Lake Co., Oregon. 1**11 Pruf. Baker's remarkably fine while sh<- and her husband w< re of it .’ 1 can hear you sav that i... tits will do well to run when AS ' IT IS VOICED BY ITS LÒCAL NEWSPAPER LL these may be will be explained fur- the • ’ sc- him coming, as he is able Christ went up on. not into, the reading chart Too much cannot the guests of his city. It is sur thee on. John's form of baptism mountain. Thus we might read to ofler su< li indurem. nts they will l«c s.;i<l in pr: i«<- • f this « hart and prising that he crnld get anybody h-’SIN'fc MEN abroed Bet ’ba* 1.A REVIEW. lake cw. Or., contlu r was r.ot the form of Christian Bap that both Philip and the eun”ch feel compelled to purchase. |rn<er . »a uui.» 2 drawer/; 1 ur.<ier:aker; *. lauudries. * furn.’uje it slwiild be in every s«l»oul room to indorse his application. —J. Nat. liud-on is busy a* a 1 narket; went down to th water — not into 3 ,a era phisieian»: 1 surveyor; 1 land agent; identic; tism in the name of The Father, in the county. A fine globe on th«- 1 liver» a.able. 1 bakery; ge eral » The Court of Claims has de« ided Son. ami Holy Ghost, for the Holy the w. ’.r—and baptised him. be; S a . , k. Williams.!, lifford. Par a kami I-.»., bar: et» 1 nailiiner sh. p : .-I rate agent; 1 »» »-raiiL Also. Superint« i dent’s tai 1«- also attract- that the celebrat-l Trig’« swords, Ar«l when tiicv uue up from the rish, and Duetin ditto; A barley” house Ghost had net yet been given, not towers up the legal fraternity like p ar bwige. 3 odd Feik>us' ludgt-»; 1 Called Working Men'a '.udjre. e«i much attention. which have been in the cu«t< dy of u til af er John’s death—He.w any «i • - the spirit of the Lord caught "some tali peak of the Apennines, aw iy Philip. In the evening the institute met the Treasury department ev« r since bold, grand and majestic:” a g.»«d one can conceive from the Holy an«| entertained the citizens in re the war. ild be turned over to Scripture* that John ever adminis W1HTIOXAE UM IL WITTERS. sutjc-t inspirational.nicht wahr? —Judge Is. ti made his first visit turn for their reception and hos Mr Myer«, th- executor of theG< n- THE HOPKSNS HO tered Christian baptism ie a mys to Harney county last week, an«) pitality with music and recitation*, eral Trigg*' estate. —Mr. an<l Mrs. Chas. Gawne < an. • \ r to Burns. Sunday, in tery to me: John's mode was with ami closed with discus-ion of tb Ex-Cengt. .-»man Ochiltree, who water; eight tim»» it is said he and Miss Young of Cow cr< ek came company with Sheriff Cowing, question of ct>r|a«ral punishment in ■pend* Li* time in New York, but to Burn* Sunday to attend the i M D HOPKINS, P roprietor . Judge n«-«ds no cointucndation baptiz' d with water, lut never in Institute. school*. from «is: his alility as a dispenser lor political purposes, claims a resi water: see Mark 1:8, Matt. 3:11. Teachers______ y---- :ol. King cx-shcriff of Penton of justice, bis character as a high- Proceeding* on Tuetuiay wore in dence in Titas, says that Harrison EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-4T John 1: 2o. Acts 1:5. 11: 16. county, Oregon, and father of W. minded citizen is well and favora- accordance with the program a* ha* given him control <f all the John eoul'j not have immersed, Y and Abe King of this county, lly known to the people of East published in T he II kkai . d . Tb* Federal patronage of Texas. It arrive»! in Burns Tuesday evening, l*cau»c he wa« an acting priest un and is intending to look into the ern Oregon. ».. * Hutel is new (House, Room*. an«l Furniture and offers renrttaM entertainment at night by Bun s' may be just a* Mr. O< Lilt toe say* \ benne der the law of Mo*es, which re i ' rits <«f this section of country. school children in ncitationa and but you know Mr. Ochiltree is the Of health and strength renewed dialogue, and an interesting lectur champion romancer of the country. quired him to sprinkle the p ■oplc, This is the first time Mr. K. has and f eas and c .mfort follows the Iren into the Harney country since in er ier to give ceremonial cleans by Auguste R 'terbus h. IN < ON N E’ T1«»N W ITH THE HOUSE. Ex-Pu' lie Printer Benedict and the J,. Meek Cut Off and says he use of Syrup of Fig*, as it acts in The music for the** evening en hi* brother, ex chief clerk of the ing—there wa« no immersion in the r«a ws there has teen a great harmony with nature to effectually tertainment* was furnish« <1 l y M:-« Government Print.ng office have Jew.«!i law (ceremonial), not a sin- chang- in the appe irat.ee of things < !• anse the system when costive <>r bilious ]■ r sale in 50c. and 81.00 Magg ie \V clronie, Mr* Gawne, Mir* been presented with handsome gh• lice,pt require«! it: see Num- here since that early day. 1 otti s by ■>’ - , ling druggi-’s. 8: 6-7. — I r. and Mrs. Emt rec. Mrs. General Blacksmith <5¿ Wago”* Young and ('line Byrd. gold Is aded canes by the clerical ^ocitnng i*jrr*p. <* b-J nnf I..«».*;»« in J “-a. Cl.a«. Gawne and sister Miss II R. SCHLÄGEL ------ I. aí B1 Wednesday’» work is «till in force of that office. Young, of Cow creek. Mrs. Alphin WiN-L'« « >«»- thing S yrup L r ehi! dan? pr««gr<■« s and proim«. s fair re- 'hiriR i- tl.K i re-vripti’Mn . Í une «4 of I’:ne creek. Miss Gage and Mr. —Yes. a desire to celebrate the i«-i . v:,,aie i.ur>e« ;u«ci ¡»hy-it ian-in the suits as hitlxrto. Prof Baker's A Suppose he did. that only de Geo W. Hayes of Harner. Mr. ar.d Th« I * ’*ate> ai.U has t«een ii«rd for fortv Prriwd to do alt Kind« of Work 'n the Mar health line. H«r»e SS* aucces* in hi* first institute in Har Glorious Fourth is developing in termines tbe place, nut the mode. M ■ Robert.' ar.d Mr. Kitt, r .usch yew wi«k never- »ihny -uree-, by million, el n. --h. r ■ for ih. ir . hi? rv>. ! urine «he ney county is equal to th«- most fa Burn*.and should it blossom forth «■f the Island. Mr. and Mrs. Newell. I » tee.hinr ?• value i- i;.-wlenLKe. vorable expectations, ami is afford into anything it will fe worth com Many p rsons have bo-n baptised M » Ilarkev ar.d Miss H -inhree of « It r>re~ ttiievre the « hit.; -.rom nain. «Tire- dy-ei- ing to see. for Burns is able to fur in rivers that were never immersed, ing pleasure to Bt m* and vieinitr -B U G G I E S. W A G O N S. L - Burns, and Mr. Manly cf Elitzeti. terv r«l durrha-a. eri; u . r in the hovel, ■ ASST* OB..KA AITI SKATSSM. AM* **•**• *r— ■a well a* prof, »«l' lial iwtrnctioQ nish amusement for aji when she then fere, it dexs not follow that sre in regular attendance on the ar ; Win.i-.olt tiv firing beatih to «he ■! ' ’ I ' n.c her F«i 2.-, n -« put* up a program fo teacb«"' .1»hn immctwd lecstnse F«- lap- A 1.1. W O R K WARR A N T E P- • n THE HERALD 1B9M WUUltoTOV I». C ; s -«Mi :» k !