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O regon H erald
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1889.
HI. —No. 5.
$2.50 a Year.
«•That Tceilesa Magazine."
merit of the list. The Weekly Post
BURNS AD V E RTISEM ENTS.
A magazine devoid to the care of is a 12-page paper, and contains all
In Leas than HO Days by Two Vrrtty infants was established in New
the features requisite for a first
Newspaper Girls Sent out to Beat
L isjied every tiiuksdai
York a few years ago. Its plan class general family journal. Price
was to procure the best writing $1 per year. In combination with
D. L. a N. GRACE,
that money could buy from physi T he H erald , $3 per year, Ham
J.IS11EH3 AND "P
cians. trained nurses, and everyone pie copies free on request.
In Herald Building, Room adjoining the Office.
T he H euald will keep its read
else who was competent to advise
Open Every Day except Sunday, from 9 a m to 4 p m.
ers informed of all particulars of
The Detective Story Taper.
Every Lady aud Gentleman a welcome Visitor to the Reading Room during the hour« named.
in the perplexities that confront
^tmaster Js r< qutred to give tiotn e by
this novel race to beat a novelists’ conscientious parents who aim at
ituruiHg ihe paper does not answer the
Ihe publishers of that sterling
en a sul •( fiber does not take his paver
imaginary record. Jules Verne says
c otlice, and Ihe reason for i s not l.ctnj
successful training of their children. home journal, the New York Week-:
Any neglect to do so makes Ihe p'. st-
it cannot be made in less than <9 An experienced physician was y, are this season making an offer ’
cspuiurilde to the publisher lor pavment
atty person orders h s paper <ua -on
days, and Mr. Walker of the Cos placed in charge as medical editor. that exceeds any we hav« seen.!
|le miiB’ pay all arrearages, or the Pub
urns circulating t JBRARY
av couiinue to k - u 1 it until pavment is
mopolitan claims u possibility of it
nd collect the whole aniouu' whether it
This magazine. B abyhood by
[from the office or not. There ran be
being accomplished in 70 days.
$3.00 per annum, and it is well!
WiHeGiitiiiuance tiil payment is made
iy person wh<> lakes a paper from the
The following is the substance cess the world over. Its foreign worth it, but to introduce the Week- i
•c. w het her directed to his name or nil
IN THE HERALD LUG.DING.
r whether he has su! seriLed or not. is
of despatches as we find them in | subscription list was sufficiently ly to homes where it is at present a
ble for the pay.
r Subscriber order« Ida paper si.'pped
aiu time, and the Publisher cun'itnict.
large for it to establish a London stranger, we are authorized to an-' Object of opening th!« bun nets in connection with the Free Heading Room is to obtain the
the Mil scriber is bound to ] a . for it if
Fund« lor purchasing bo* kti for a Public Library fur Burns—The Jot for the bulldiug 1« bought.
¡it .»u> of the pi.stoflhe. This protects
i New York World, and Cosmopoli office last year and begin the issue nounce that subscriptions for four
round that u man must pay for what he
TERMS: Membership I- e $1.’ a year. Reading Fee 10c. Depcsit of 25c, or Retail price of Peri
months will be received for one dol odical
or Book, made with the Librarian, in every instance. Scud for Catalogue.
of a foreign edition.
te courts have decided that refusing t<
THE STABT EASTW’ARD.
p pnpriH and periodicals from the ]». st
1 he Librarian in agent for ami will take Subscription« at the Lowest Kate« for anv Pert
F leaving them uncalled for, wiihou
hu <1 order any Book, published in the Culled States or Canada. Also, Sheet Music and
Nov. 10—The New York World popular articles on infants’ diseaess; of all expense with a copy of any idiral,
lor the same, is prima facia evidence ol
Pictures, Works of Art, Hou .c-Building Designs, Etc.
ha I fraud.
gave Nellie lily, aged 23 years, the
ThL »,wi t. m Vi 1 vurie«. A marve of
one of the Street it Smith Select
means to make a trip around the departments of “Nursery Problems”
puii y, .en..: h, ; >
whole ninene.«s. ?»
B U BSC HI ITlON K ATES :
econo.idea, . a
world in 75 days, to beat the record in which numerous questions of sub Series of popular American copy
L A K E VIE W AD VERTISEMENT.
canno be o . in co
«. i«-u wi ll ihe 1
SOdays made in J ules Vernes’ nov scribers are answered; “Nursery right novels, The Secret Service
<. .‘¡.'i- wc.gii:, alujn
I ho- |'ha e •» ■<•■.' • r
S<»bi only in e
el "Around the World in 80 Days,” | Helps and Novelties,” comprising Series of Detective Stories, or the
car (in advance)
Royal .1 a si .
< ' .,10 » Wall
by Phineas Fogg, the hero. The descriptions 'oT" R>cent inventions Sea and Shore Series. These books
THE HOPKINS HOUSE
following program was laid out for
her, with liberty to charter steam and convenient nursery furnishings; are neatly bound in elegant litho :
M. D. HOPKINS, P roprietor .
a “Mothers, Parliament,” containing graphpaper covers, contain from
ers and railways:
Nov. 14—Nellie Bly, in traveling interesting letters from readers, etc. 300 to 500 pages, and retail for 25 1
dress and small hand valise, etc. The Congrcgationalist recent cents each. A sample copy of the '
EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CLASS.
boarded the steamer “Augusta Vic ly said: “Every issue of B abyhood New \ ork Weekly and a complete!
A JOURNAL FOR ADVERTISERS.
toria” for Southhampton, 9:30 a in. confirms us in the opinion which description of the books will be!
end odors courteous serTics to every «eeat.^
la issued cn the first
fifteenth ¿373 of each
sent free to any address, upon ap-!
H’ublishers of periodical« are solicited
llubbiuj' rales, a copy of their work for
London, 8 days after leaving New we have often expressed, viz.: that
month, and Is the representative journal—the trade
pleading Room—We file, and bind the
it is peerless in its way. It is full plication to the publishers, Messers.
journal cf American advertisers. It indicates to the
A. Fine 33a.r.
close of every half volume, »”»<1
material "f the most practical Street & Smith, 25 to 31 Rose St.,
Inexperienced advertiser how, when, and where he
Nov. 22—Met Jules Verne and
IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOUSE.
value to all mothers, and it must be N< ,v York City.
should advertise; how to write an advertisement; how
wif? at Amiens, France.
1 ADVERTISING RATES:
to display one; what newspapers to use; how much
Mention T he H erald in which!
Nov. 23.—On the India mail read to be appreciated. It is doing
• 1 wk 2 wk 1 mo 3 mo 6 mo
mcney to expend—in fact, discourses on every point
express train, bound for Brindisi. missionary work of a high order.” ' you. see this <>fft r.
General Blacksmith & Waeon-maker
♦5. ou ♦ no »11.00 $15.00
that admits of profitaoie discussion. Advertising is
3.00 •1 OU 1. 50 12 0 I 18.00 XS.UO
I 3.50 5.00 8.00 15.00 24 00
an art practised hy many but understood by few. Ths
L akeview , O ihom .
4.50 0.00 10.00 20.00 ; j ou 50.00
¡ II. It SCHLÄGEL
Chats, l»y Hon. W, I’. Cody.
publishers, we are enabled this
b.UO 9.00 15.00 ’.8.00 48.00 54 00
conductors of PEIHTE23’ DTK understand it, and
1 12 »'•) lb.00 kS.OO 48.0.1 KJ. 00 i’.O 00
their advice is based on an experience of more than
Buffalo Bill is the Napoleon of
Dec. 11—Nellie Bly, forced by year to make an unusual offer:
20 00 30.00 •I«'. 00 tlU.OO 11 ) 00 140.00
twenty-five years in placing advertising contract: for
unforeseen circumstances, delayed The regular price of B abyhood is American Scouts and Indian Fight- Prcptoarcd do all Kind« of Work in Ihe Blacksmith line. Heme Shewing at
ICE TO FOREIGN ADVERTISERS.
many of the largest and cost successful advertisers.
her departure from Colombo, Cey $1.50 a year. We will furnish the ers. He is one of the greatest and
respectfully soliciting your patronage
A year’s subscription costs but One Dollar : cample
lon, for Penang five days.
ire to keep our readers pos ed ar. to the
T he H erald in combination with most versatile characters deduced.
Is and reliable firms to deal wilh, cor
r-B U G G I E S, WAGONS, E T C.,->
copies Free. Address
lice will he saved by referring to the
MADE TO ORDER WITH NEATNESS, AND OF GOOD QUALITY.
B abyhood for $2.50per year, This He has won brilliant success and
state-men's based upou our cirt ula-
CEO. P. ROWELL & CO.,
jis and adjoining (-ounllts:
Newspaper Advertising Bureau,
A L L W O R K W A R R A N T E I).
iitcral reduction to ail yearly adver-
Nov. 14—The New York Cosmo- is a “barg.aiu” that needs no com- renown in all his undertakings
10 Spruce St., New York.
’ r 11 at otlli e, or write to Publisher.
[ politan Magazine gave Elizabeth ment. Make a careful note of it He is not only the greatest Ameri
.u s charged extra, according to space:
t metal base admitted.
Bisland, aged 24 years, means for cut this out, or, what is better, can frontiersman, but he is also an
moral mediciunl tids. at no price.
J > R E W S E Y A DV E RTISEM ENT.
Ive-riis-.-meti s at less tbun 1U cents pet
making the trip around the world send us in the amount at once. If
J educated man. He's f^Ti'ilin"
it price, yearly, or ’-0 cents, transient,
you wish to first see a copy of the I the entire history of our country,
extra charge per iu-
, Instead of pi.siiiou a standing reader
magazine, address a postal card to ; and has made a special study of
attention t<> ad. each week is run in with
bus matter free.
are those put up by
As we stereotype all our advertisements
stated as to the time, but she says B abyhood , New York,” asking for the lives and grand achievements
ngeB after 1st four pnblica.ions, |1 each.
is to go from New York to San one, and a back number will be| of the great pioneers, whose deeds I
Advertising in h»( ai columns, ibe a line.
Who are the Largest
Marriage, birth, anil death announce- *
I Francisco direct to Yokohama, sent, free.
Seedsmen in the world.
DICKSON <t SULLIVAN
'ree. bu< h items solicited us news.
of daring have won the admiration
D. M. F krry &C o ’ s
Liberal rates oflered to religious, social,
i thence to Hong Kong. Penang, Col-
Beautifully Illustrated, Descriptive
| ombo, Aden, Port Said, Brindisi.
Boys and Girls
Lou. J. Bosenberg, Mixologist.
He is better qualified than any
Nov. 14, 4:(?) p m.—Miss Bis-
Don’t fail to send twenty cents to
for 1890 will be mailed FREE to all
Iry description ex« uted with neatness
Everything in our line of the Best. Liquors—Whiskies, Brandi««,
Boys and Girls, Springfield, Ohio,
tomers. It is better than ever. Ev
ipatch, fit reit« amble rnUs
strap, hand valise, and small travel
ar I history of American Pioneer
ery person using Garden, Flower
Wines, Fancy Drinks, etc., Cigars, etc., always on hand when
or Field SEEDS should send forit.
I ing trunk, left New York City on the
Life, for he helped to make that his-1
D. M. FERRY ACO.
you call on “Uncle Dick,” at Drewsey, Harney county, Or.
< 'art's, Ti< Keif?,
fast overland mail for San Fran-
tory, and his own adventures con-i
lustrated magazine. Each number
stitute the most brilliant and thrill-!
Nov. 19.—Miss Bisland arrived; contains tales of adventure, scien
in San Francisco, 5 days after leav- tific and historical articles, puzzles, ing portion of it. His peculiar fit I
ness for the work that he has so suc
l ing New York.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
fun, games and other interesting
• x i j a /1 i. r.v i ’ /1 > i .
Patent« obtained, and all patent business attended to promptly and for moderate fee«.
matter. A year’s subscription
Our office is opposite the U. 8. Pater t office, and we can obtain in leaa time than those
The Greatest Sensation of the Age.
MAT! >M •:
recognized by the Prince of Wales,
remote from Washington. Send Model or Drawing. We advise as to patentability free
I RACTICAL SURVEYOR.
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charge: and we make no charge unlegs patent ia secured.
“The Crime of the century.”—
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Hon. Wm. E. Gladstone, Hon. John
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We refer here to the Postmaster, the Superintendent of Money Order Division, and to
iry.................. \» illiaui Windom I
Bright, and other distinguished
officials of the U. S. Patent Office. For circular, advice, terms, and references to actual
John W . Noble
clients in your own State or county, write to above address.
of a book that is being written by lar price, one dollar. New subscri i Englishmen, when they earnestly
. Benjamin r. Tint ey
bers, until December 31st, only fifty
Jeremiah M. Rusk
requested him to write the “Story
Wm il.ll. Miller
present time. It is the only com cents. This will include Christmas of the Wild West.” In this request
state — or :.». on :
SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP plete and authentic history that and New Year’s numbers. Do xpt they were joined by nearly every
er. at or« .
delay; send immediately.
J. C. WELCOME - P roprietor . will or can be written of the assas
i celebrated General in the American
D. S. HOPKINS, A rchitect .
sination of Dr. Patrick Henry Cro Denman Thompson's Oh! Homestead. Army, who, knowing Buffalo Bill
iry of State
nin and the chain of events that led
Grand Rapid.«. Mich.
A story of clouds and sunshine intimately, knew that he was the
Will furnigh DegignK of Houses, Cottage«, mid Mansions costing from $300 on up'to asy
CHAS. SAMPSON - - B urns , On. to that strange crime. The book i»
1 R. 8. .-'traban
figure wanted. If you ineau lo build,send |1 to my addrevs. and I will mail you a portfo
alternating over a venerated home; man to write this Grand History.
/ Wm. I’. Lord
lio of :.3 defdgna of dwellings, like the one on file in E ast O regon H krald office, with
profusely illustrated with original of a grand old man, honest and It is a book every American can
full plan of each, full size details, complete specifications, and hill of materials, all very
) W w. Thayer
full and complete so any ordinary carpenter or builder will have no trouble in going
L iustuict :
ami completing the work. And if you do not find Just what yon want, write iue
L. B. I son
changes you desire made, and 1 will accommodate you. or leave Orders with T hs
J.. L. R and
of the principal actors and scene* loves his life, yet suffers the agony his own marvelous achievements
H erald . You will it hh cheap to erect a handsome house ah to wa-de material on an ua
sightly building. Wil) aid you in re-constructing y our present bcilding.
of the Tragedy from the formation of the condemned in learning of but also those of his comrades and
of the plot to the close of the cele the deplorable conduct of a way other great frontiersmen, including
ADOLPII TUPKER - - P rop ’ k brated trial; it also contains a relia ward son; a stery of country life, the thrilling story of theCuster Mas
ble biographical sketch of the patri love and jealousy without an im sacre, Crook’s campaign, and a
otic victim. This Pictorial Histo pure thought, and with the healthy thousand other exciting incidents
ry of the greatest of Modern Crime*, flavor of the fields in every chapter. and lastly, a description of his won- i
iinot a book of romance butof hard, It is founded on Denman Thomp derful career and success in exhibit Cir wn >■ "' Y tig ; odei . i . type write »:. warranted to do as A« EC
as any One-Hundred Dollar Machine.
solid facts and is a marvelous exem son’s great drama of “The Old ing his “Wild West Show” among
simplicity with durability — speed , ease or operation
Promptly executed. The hui’ding has been en
Street it Smith, 31 the Crown Heads of Europe. Buf I wears longer without cost of repairs than any other machine, ha*
J. B. HrXTINGTON larged and improved and is vrepared to turn plification of detective skill, of the Homestead.”
..H arrison K elley on', all kinds of bluekstniihing on short notice
far-reaching power of the law and Rose Street, New York, are the ■ fclo Bill’s pen is as vigorous as his I 1
and in the teat style. Terms: Cash.
no inkribbon to bother the operation. It neat, substantial, nick-
of those charged with its execution. publishers of this life-like story, rifle unerring, and his book will re-:
el-plated—perfect and adapted to all kinds of typewritin.g
Those who secure an agency for it t is No. 23 of their Select Series.
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can I»<• made nt one writing*. Editors, lawyer«, minLter*, bankers, merchants,
will be extremely fortunate. For
tory of pioneer life in America and !
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The New York Weekly Tost.
Au intelligent person in a week can become a Good operator, or a rapidone iiii’inonlh»,
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Thoroughly earnest work is be
lonth a folluv. f . until further notice-
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Writer than that produced by the Odell,
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American. This great historical
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by the New York Weekly Post,
and Salesmen wanted. Special inducements to Dealers.
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which holds that the time to dis
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ing business will do well to write and simplify the discussion. The
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i Thursdays at 6 a in.
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willing to make a push in order to it to respect of op|x»nente, as well not say we do not get cheap rates
J. W. BONEBRAKE.
better their condition. It co«tsnoth- as its advocates of the revision of a for them. also. In this combine-'
ing to try. Women make success war tariff to adapt it to time« of: tion there is economy and literary j
P. II. MURPHY.
ful canvassers, as well as men. peace. The Po»t ia compiling a di-i merit.
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