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THE J. DURKHEIMER & CO’S. LOCAL-PAGE ADVERSTIEMENT.
X j ARCEST
! Listen ! !
X j OWEST
ONLY FIRST OLASS
The Only House
in Harney County
THAT CAN SUPPLY THE
With Their FALL & WINTER SUPPLIES
o o k .
Our Prices are the SAME as
At tlie raiload -witlo. freigflxt added.
WE SOLICIT YOUR TRADE.
J. DURKHEIMER & CO,
THE WRECKERS OF HIGH PRICES IN HARNEY VALLET.
T. V. B. EMBREE, M. D.
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Office at his r»-«ii’er<e Ou the cast side oi Sil
Burns, Oregon, November 23, 18.-9J
vie« River, ter: miles below Burns.
IOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow-
-nained settier has Hied uotiec of lii» inten-
p to make final proof in support of his claim
I that said proof will be made before the
S B. Mt PHEETERS, M. D.
risler and Receiver, U. S. l and office, at
fns, Oregon, on Friday, January 3d, 1890, viz:
John J. Massie,
I. D. 8. No. 9581, for NE’i of Sec. 25, Tp. 18, 8.
»1, E. W. M. lie names the following witness
b prove his continuous residence upon, and
^Uttvation of said laud, viz: George W. Hauk-
Roland Hankins of Blanton P. O, Or., and
XKis Schaedlit h. Anton Winlermeicr of Burns
J. B. HUNTINGTON, Register
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
Office at W. E. Grave’« Drug Store.
E. P. HOWARD,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
HAS LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY
NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1890.
Official County Paper.
HARNEY' COUNTY’ ITEMS.
—The Poison creek Bible school
met at No. 3 school house, on Christ
mas day, where they enjoyed a
—Old papers 50c for 100.
pleasant and profitable season in
—Ray Thompson’s baby is a singing the sweet songs of Zion, and
reciting from memory 300 verses of
the Sacred Writ, of which number
—Riley vs. Mahon contest suit, Austin W. Culp and Johnnie H.
Culp were master of 150.
—Notice of Silver creek and ball
—E. H King, of Harney, in town
“0h, Happy be We.”
To Texes I will go. yes, I will go,
—J. S. Devine was in Harney, Whene’er i want to know, 1 want to know,
What •here’.'« in Burns to drin k ,
New Year Day.
‘ In th’ glasses cheerful dink,
To keep posted
Read T he H erald .
H arney ,-25-12-89.
—Continuous storms prevailing
cause rapid reduction in the wood
—The toboggan comes with light-
ening-like «peed down the glide
from the abrupt raise in the rear of
—No broken limbs as yet, but
the doctors of our town look at the
slide with an expression of satisfac
tion and a malicious grin, as they
say “ah! fine slide;” well knowing
they will have plenty to do in the
immediate future in trie way of re
pairing broken oones.
—Our people rejoice at the arri
val of numerous freight teams for
—Rev. McCart preached a very
able sermon on Sunday night, such
interest was maifested that it was
decided to hold a series of meetings
in the near future, assisted by El-
der Taylor, of Harney, and Dr
Embree of Boat Ford.
—Harney can be proud of her
citizens for the liberal manner in
which they contributed for the
Christmas tree, and the thanks of
the management is sineeerly ten
dered every one for their generosi
ty, through which every child was
—The singing was excellent, the
—The two balls passed off har
moniously—the Court House af
forded lots of room and the arrange
ments were complete; the lloor in
H arney .
Good for Two Months Only.
Ever up with the tim«s, THE HERALD has
completed an arrangement with a large New
York Publishing House, which enables us to
offer our Readers a better ohanc« to build ap a
Home Libraiy of elegantly bound booxs thaw
ever before. Do you want books by the world’«
best authors? Handsomely bound books?
To each cash subscriber: Prior to Feb. 1, 1890,
al |2.50, you can have T he H erald one year
and your selection of any one of the following
named books, which ar« bound in Black and
Gold, printed in large, clear tvpe, on good pa
per, illiiBtra'ed and haudsomely bound:
1 Robinson Crusoe
30 Evening at. Hom«.
2 Arabian Nights,
31 John Halifax,
3 Swiss Family Robin-32 Craig s Pronouaelnff
■oil, by Kftinpe.
’« Progress, 33 Dauiel Boone,
5 j Alice’s Adventure« in 34 Tour of the World in
35 Lucille (Meredith’«)
8: 20,000 League« Un-37 Cooper’» l ast of the
der the Sea.
1 i a 38 KingSolomon’sMlaee
10 > Ivanhoe,
41 Witch’« Head.
u i Rob Koy,
12 : Willy Reilley,
13 1 Benjamin Franklin 43 lloyle*« Game«,
44 Grimm’« LLL,
14 I Adam Bede,
15 • Gulliver,
46 Handy Andy,
II • JEsop,
47 Chinese Gordo«,
17 Poe’« Tale«,
18 I Poe « Poem«
____ ,___ ,
19 i Longfellow’S Poem«49 Caudinal Sin/
20 • Whittier*» Poem« 50 Saddle and Sabre,
’** of -----
21 Bryant’« Poem«
52 A b in a Luuking-Glai*
21 : Mu dub Chuice,
23 i Waveriv,
A Lucky _____
_j Baron Munchausen,54 Merry Meu and Other
25 New Arabian Nights 55 Tales.
26 Emeraon’« E««ay« 56 Vicar of WaKefleld,
27 Guy Mannering,
57 Gen’l larael Putnam.
2» ( apt. John Smith, 5» Lady of the Lake.
29 Paul and Virginia’ 59 Sandford and Merton.
30 Buys* and Girls’ 60 Through the Locking-
Book of Stories and
Gluss: and What Alice
We have sent for the above named book« of
Putin» and will soon have them on hand to turn
over to every New Cash Subscriber at 92.50, and
to every Delinquent Htitscriber thr.t pays >3.00.
Look out for our Great Offer to Getter» «p of
Club« next week.
T he H erald , and Free Press for
At Texes Bar.
—Miss Dollie Taylor spent the
four months, if you order in this or
And when I want to smoke, I want to smoko,
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next month, for only 90 cents.
And hear a good old juke, a good old joke,
Buri'«, Oregon, December 2, 1889.1
At th’ Texes there will l>e
D. L. GRACE,
tOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the foliow-
fur you and nie
named settler ha« filed notice of his inten-
At Texes Bar.
i to make final proof in support of his claim,
that said proof will be made before the
: For WhisKv, Wine, and Beer, Fun without fear,
lister and Receiver U. S. Land office, at
—Egg« 50c a dozen.
•J. NAT. HUDSON,
’s naught to bear it here, to beat it here.
—Lots of railling going on in There
us, Oregon, January 9th, 1890, viz:
Fur Liquors, Mixed .-r straight,
—Cause why? Harney count}’ Burns, the past week.
A T T O R N E Y - A T - L A W.
Frank W. McClintock,
' They’re aiwa\s made first-rate
At Texes Bar.
Mffilnrnev count.v, Or.. Pre. D. 8. No, 1331, fot the
has the beet cake makers in the
Oilice: BURNS, OR.
■bE 4 <k NE;, Hi '4 Sec 8, Tp 23, S R 31 E. W. M.
nines the roil rwlng witnesses to prove hi«
^Mtinuous residence upon and cultivation of
holiday; school opened, Jan. 2d.
MM land, viz: Oliver Farrah, Milo Cushing,
GKO. W. IIAI’.NES,
M. R. BIGGS,
—C. W. McClain is visiting in
McGowa.i, and H. Dixon, a!l of Burn«, Or
Burns this week.
BARNES & BIGGS,
J. B. HUNTINGTON, Rcßister.
ant was discharged, Sheriff Cowing Oregon, at 9:40 a m, December 28,
—The roads were in fine condi returned.
1889, after t ight days Buffering,
Attorneys at Law,
tion for sleighing during the holi
L. Ritterbusch, aged 71
Will practice in «II
all of the courts of the State.
All busi-CE« placed in car« of this firm will be
Canfield attended the Band Boy’s years, from effects of an accident
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received on 20th inst. Burial Dec.
Burr«, Oregon, December 11. 1889. | \------------------------------------------------------------------- ker attended the Harney balls, the New Year Ball.
in Burns cemetery.
iOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow-
• W. W. Cardwell,
—Sworts, of tne sheep
t-nnmed «e:Iler has filed notice of his inten
ti lu make final proof in support of hi» claim,
Sworts & Miller, has gone on
Deceased was born in Minden,
d that «aid proof will be made before the
ATTORNE Y-AT-L A W.
—Harry McClure and J. C. Buck Nebraska to New York.
Sister and Receiver, U. 8. Land office, at
; Schaumburg Lippe, Prussia (then
rn«, Or., ou Munday, January 26th, 1890, viz:
B urns , O r .
Germany), June 22, 1818, and
Stonewall J. Motbci ahead,
—The Winters’ twins have
Practices in all the courts of the Stale, Monday.
to America in 1845, forty-four
L D. S. No. 274Û, for the N W*4, of Ser 17, Tp. Also,
ly been saved from death from whoop,
before the U. S. Land Oilice.
IB R. 31 E. W. M. He names the following
i years ago. He left to mourn his
—Geo. Zu malt, deputy sheriff, ing cough the past two weeks.
meste» 1o prove hi« eontinuon« residence
in anil cultivation of said land, viz: Ja».
loss, an aged wife, Mrs. Christina
left town, Monday, on the Canyon
■Dalton, John Graven, Joseph Garred, and
—Mrs. D. L. Grace of T he H er Ritterbusch, foursons, A. F., F. W.,
m. Fegtly, all of Bu r.«, Oregon.
J. B. HUNTINGTON, Register.
ald , enjoyed Christmas dinner in L. F., and J. A. Ritterbusch, and
—Dr. Cameron, the jovial Can her parent’s home in Harney.
I one daughter, Mrs. E. Fisher, in Or-
Tli® N«ir York L®d<er for 1890.
yon City man, arrived in Burns,
! egon, and a son T. L. Ritterbusch,
Mìlite: Harney City and Burns Saturday.
—The Kelly well is down 24 feet; j I and a daughter, Mrs. Emma Lyons,
From this time forth the New
he County Court of the State of Oregon, for
the surface where this well is being i ; in Wisconsin. The sympathy of
the County of Harney.
York Ledger will contain sixteen
Go to Tupker’s.
V. J. MILLER,
be Matter of the Estate of/ (
the whole community is with this
pages. The publishers have been
service at the Red Front Livery town.
A. RODMAN, Deceased. I
| family in its bereavement.
Horse shoes, nails, and all kinds urged for years by their subscriber«
IWra. Rodinan, M. S. Rodman, Minnie D.
and Feed stable.
Tibbi a, Viola Townsend,
—If you want your horses neat- [ The accident referred to in the
to make this change, so they would
h IlumBon, Ccia Har-lm«D, a .d all oshris,
—Mrs. Ray Thompson was quite 1 y groomed, put up at the Red Front above occurred, as we learn, in to suit the public. Horseshoeing have the Ledger in a form conven
Sown hoir« of 8. A. Rodman, deceased,
Wiil I rnc .iec in ail the Courts of llie State,
It i n g:
and other blacksmithing done on ient for binding. In making the
also, before the U. S. Land Office.
3-5 ill at the residence of Mrs. Coats- Livery stable, when you come to this wise:
On the 20th inst., while quick
She namo of the State of Oregon, you arc
time at Tupker’s.
my ci rd and required to appear in the
worth, last Wednesday.
change from eight to sixteen pages,
the deceased was about three-hun
ft’y Court. <.f the Stale of Oregon, for the
C. A. WEEK,
Messr« Robert Bonner’s Sons have
pry of llurr.ev, at the courtroom thereof,
—For best of Feed stable accom —Mrs. Reineman dined at the
A TTO R N E Y-A T-L A W.
brney, in the County « f liarnoy, on Monday,
utilized the opportunity to intro
ki »lay of February, 188 j , at 10 u’cioc k in (he
Parker House, Saturday, and says j
Now Where 1« Mr«. Dambaclier?
boon of that day, then and there to »how
duce important improvements into
ie, if any you have, why the petition of
man Livery & Feed Stable.
her two little ones have the preva
The Baker City Democrat w in receipt of the Ledger, and to add many new
I .McGowan, Adminis raior of said e.s’ste.
ling that an order of the court begranto-J to
—Jno. E. Roberts and Miss An
confusion of mind. Dr. Embree ver l ull-, Deaver co., i’tnn., MBblf l’<»r in and costly features. The new num
the following dc«<-jibed real pr< pertv of
[estate, to-wi’.: S'jof NE’4 of .w. 11, and
was in attendance, and, although formation of the whereabouts of Mrs. Mary ber of the Ledger (November IGth)
th« r J of N W' 4 of Sec. r.. all in Tp. \ S of R. 25 E.
Dunibauber, who lelt »here in Heurch of her
COGSWELL & COGSWELL.
leads ofT with the opening chapters
w. u in Morrow < uuuty. Oregon, should nui
the Burns Band Bov’s Ball on the within 4 ft. of the top of the 150 everything that skill and good truant
hu band sometime ast »Sept., failing,
ranted; said petition wcr duly v/rified aria
ft. bore for water in the Sayers & nursing could do, was done for him, in her search, on a homeward bound Ira n, of an extraordinary story from the
fentea on the Ld day of December,
she was taxon sicx and had to stopover in pen of Anna Katharine Green, (au
bpears therefrom that there are jus: clain s
his life was not saved.
list «aid estate remaining impair; after hav-
this city. Mrs. Dambacher’s rela.ives are
lapp.ivd the proteeds of i’ll the perBuual
very uneasy concerning her absence, and it thor of the “Leavenworth Case”) en
fcrty <*( said estate tow a rug the satiBiac i >n
seems strange that she lias neglected to in titled “The Forsaken Inn.”
L i and that it is necewary and for the
— ^J ra w —w—
form them of her whereabouts, as «lie left a
dressed lady attending the mas horses, be sure to call at the New
lintereBt« of said estate and of all personB
This remarkable story was writ
large family of children lhat need a mother's
leated therein, that s&id order s’aouid be
llurns* Weather Record.
querade ball in Harnev, Christmas Livery & Feed Stable, where you
In St. Vincent hospital, Port '«are. If thia item should come to her notice ten in a white heat—dashed off nl-
if there is anyone that knows anything con
■ further ordered that this ci’.ation be pub
will find all necessary accommod land, Or., Dec. 19, 1889, at 11 p m, or
cerning her the Democrat desire« to be in I most without rest from commence
Id uru e a week for six buc < easive weeks in
nee. 20 to Jon. 1, 1890.
the ■ a .-r O regon H erald , a weekly ueaspa-
ment to end. It has been the hab
—Miss E< rtha Wintermeier went
ral < lrculation, published and print-
of Anna Katharine Green to de
■ Burns. Harney county, Oregon, r.nd here
Wed: 6 a m—cold;
to Wright’s Point, 26th inst. to vis —The Burns Band Boys are tc
tcigiialed as the paper m< »: likely to give
12 m—sun; cold;
re to the parties herein cited.
it Mrs. Shewmaker during the be congratulated upon the result of years. Burial 21st inst., in Long ald ’ s knowledge concerning that liberate for a long time before tak
It loss .he Hun. T. J. S hields , Judge of tl.e
ing pen in hand to begin a new
G p m—cold.
school holiday vacation.
the successfully conducted balls on Fir cemetery, East Portland.
erratic lsdy and her husband:
fcty Court of the State of Oregon, fur the
work, and then to devote nt least
ity of Harney, with the seal ut said court
Thurs: Gam—very cold;
A letter from Sister M. Theresa,
Christmas Eve. Christmas Night,
In Augpst last, a writer from a year to its completion, but “The
k I, this Id da;, of Det umber, A. D. 1889.
—Dr. Embree, wife and children and New Year Eve.
Atlc«t: W. 1'. GR a <
12 m—very cold;
of St. Vincent hospital, dated Dec. Saddle Butte, a city
on paper as Forsaken Inn” presented itself to
|< at . H udson , Atioraev for Administrator.
were honored guests at the home of
G p m—very cold;
20th, was received by Mrs. Annie
County Treasurer Roberts and fam —Miss Gunther having made ar Gibblin, Dec. 30fh, announcing the yet, reported a man named Dam- I her in a way so forcible and vivid
Fri C a m—quite cold;
ily, Christinas Eve and Day.
rangement with the Gage Sisters, death of her husband. When the bachcr as intending to put up a that all her former methods were
discarded, and she wrote the story
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0 p m—quite cold; snowing; —Over GO tickets sold at the Me-1 has opened a dress-making busi deceased started away last Novem store in that place.
ness in connection with the millin ber for Portland. he had small hopes
under the spur of overpowering in
Burr.«, Oregon, December 16, lbMV.I I
Kinney A Sparrow bail at Harnev,1 ery establishment—cutting ami fit
In ScDtcmbcr during the races, spiration. The result was the pro
fICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the fulluw-
Emco settler ha« filed notice of heriuten-
Dec. 24th; good music, fine order, ting a specialty.
Sat: G a m-14 ® -very cold;
| ¿ lake final proof in support of her claim
one chill; liis property and busi a man most remarkable on account duction of an exceptionally brilliant
and a delightful time the result.
ILa. said proof wil be made before the
of a long white linen duster worn and glowing literary gem.
I i- and Receiver. U. S. 1 and office, at
—Band Boy’s New Year dance ness in Burns are left to them; his instead of a coat, was said to be
a, Oregon, on January .5, 18:0, viz:
In addition to Anna Katharine
gold watch, the Sister writes, was
Sun: 6 z iu-8®-very cold;
of freight for the Dui kheimerA Co. was not given T he H erald for an bequeathed to his little son as a to Dambaclier, who was to put up a Green’s great storY the Ledger of
hv of Thoma« Haskell, cerv.-.sed. IT. E. No.
November IGth contains the follow
Lr the h‘3 of »W qr. NV, qr of >W qr.
store, Friday, after a long, tedious nouncement until all but the Burns ken of remembrance; the watch store at Saddle Butte.
L. ’« 1 A 2, ec. 8, l p. 23, 8 K M E. W. .4.
ing brilliant articles:
on account of inclement and Harney papers were printed; and balance of money taken with
knts the folluwiug wiinesr-vs '•> prove her
our reason for not informing our
lutinunu» rcf/nteui e upon, and < uhhatiun
In October, an elderly lady
Nihilism in Russia by Leo Hart
Mon: Ga m-20°-cold; snowing I weather.
will be forwarded to the widow,
i<i land, viz P. F. Stenger, (.Diver Farm.
renders of a very agreeable, »«jcial; him
named Mrs. Dambacher, called at mann, Nihilist; Old-Fashioned
Bushing, and Geo. McGu.van. Hl of Burns, and high wind before 4 a in.
—Clara Stenger’s hcaPli is not af.'air.
iy county. Oregon.
“ 12 m—cold;
neigh’ ors and friend«, and wc hope T he H erald oilice, and told of her Eashions, by James Parton; Dr.
J. L HUh’TINGTON. Register.
l etter than before she started
6 p m—cold.
sc ■ the business =he so industri husband’s desertion of her, and we Hoknugle’s Strange Story, (illus
to school, and it is deemed advisa —Last Saturday evening T. J.
trated), by Julian Hawthorne; A
ble for her to return home for a • Morrison came very n< ar having on ously aided her husband in build inserted a notico free of charge for Missionary’s Life in ths Wild North
snowfall between 4 and 8 and windy. couple of months.
expensive blaze at his bouse, some
her. During her stay we learned Land, number one, (illustrated),
12 m—cold; sunny; wind.
clothing, having been left near the hitherto done.
had traced her husband to Rose by Rev. E. R. Young; A Scien
6 p m—quite cold.
hot stove-pipe by the children up
VN ited S tate « I mnd O- tke . /
near which place he had I tist’s Bright Thoughts, Editorial»,
Burns. Oregun, Le . 2 .
Wed: G a m—cold; windy.
stairs, took fire, end was the cau«e
etes.; The New South, by Hon Hen
[PLAINT HAVING BEI N’ ENTERED at
12 m—sunny; cold.
enough excitement to save the * A Revival Meeting commences owned and sold a farm; had seen ry W. Grady; American Cookery,
lee by Caaper W.
«» a rail st I hi ij
want to obtain good livery accorn-1 of
pr for failun* fo roniply v i LI au nstoTim
house an<l nil in it except two «nits in Burns, on 5th of January, 1890, and been advised by the lawyer by Miss Maria I’arloa; The Lady
liure Entrv No. 419. ¿.Ted Sept.
39- 1 of
be N E’4 of Sec. M, Tp. -M H, R. .H r . W M.
clothes b donning to a man and a Everybody cordially invited to at that had transacted his business of the Rock, a Poem, (illustrated),
■Dey county, Oregon, with a vi
Hillsboro Democrat: The clerk of —A. IL Tyner, a very agreeable, Loy on the pl« e. Hi» ch i Iren are tend these meeting«; minister and for him.
»n of saideutry: contcs ant «Hegingthat
by Thomas Dunn English; An Or
Id Philip Gn < »»• r did not break, «»r rs ’ee the bouse was t<>o drunk to attend business-like gentleman, of B^iie improving in health, although the
hokum nve at-r: • ■»r »aid trs r ef land, 1’ »•
chr: tains of every denomination :.ro
The above extract is our latest in iginal Temptation, (illustrated) by
Ki-, nor did he c. mp’.y with the law l.c to bi* duties.
The «peaker, in an-1 City. Idalio, and special agent of « hooping-cough has gone very hard specially invited to come—lavin.j
Marquise Clara Lanza; Paying the
«year, or th ■ usf. r, < r in anv wav ircct
and. as it is more than Penalty, the 7th installment—, ill
hi r'-ments ,.f the inw. that he has au.m- nouncing I'.i« <1 cisions, U3ed su. b i the General Land office, is visiting with the bright little I abv.
fiie said trart uf land: the- said parties •xprearion« as “The ay< s got. ‘ ti:
*’— re.' ' Burns in the interest of the Harney
’ ukely that Dambacher himself will ustrated—, by Maj Alfred Calhoun;
■by samniuncu t.. appear at this office on
—The senior of T he H erald re “and the Bin which doth c-u tan i
I day of Felmary. ivo. at 1«’ o’rh* k a m, "Tally one for the nocs.” Thia v. n.“ Land District.
■un i and fnrnui:* tes.iraony concc:niug
ceived a beautifully lettered initial beset us,” and let us come in the re; 1 this item, we suggest that he Correspondence, Science, Wit nn<l
not in fonis “ignorant Southern’'
Jrg' 1 failure.
—Miss Jackson, of Baker City, hnt-mark from Miss Be<«ie Stenger, spirit of our Savoir, who went al out : idd to the interest hi? wife has giv Humor, an 1 a fine variety cf mis
J. R. nrNTIXrrc?;. Rec'»‘er. StaL’. but in the republican State
taught her school in Diamond, I now attending the St. Francis doing pood to r.ll men.
en to his odd name, by settingout cellaneous reading matter. Not
withstanding the vast outlay to
in search of the faithful lady. If which the publishers of the Ledger
■ a Sms!! r.i: rir; >'2.50
—Mrs Port, late of Harney, lias for the next session. This is al rr.emhranc?. ¡"his is aChri-tnia« will! e no arguing, debating, or re
You can get the ioeal newsp «5 per brought suit for £250 damages move in the right direction to Le of gift we cm tslie most delight in. as dition, on the part of any one, 1 ut lie will. T he H erald wBl boom his have gone, the price of the Ledger
E a « t O regon H erald , the I est
-t Sheriff CowiBg. for publicly icixlit to ti.e pupils; if a district tiiera is c >’ j ible
' pleasure in knowing that we will endeavor to keep the . start, if he will let us know in time; is only two dollars a year. Consid
amily piper. The Detroit Free selling her prop rty to liquidate a secures the services of a go«'<] teacher, 1 or.r little g:.' .•'-.’•ier.d do>»a not forget un ty of the faith ar.d knowledge : he needn’t l«e restrained by fe-ir, a? ering its extraordinary excellence,
i*re»,!onr* year each, and 12 vol debt of her son ir- .i v, v: j. mû - it will, beyond the shadow of a ’ us wliiio n-.vay, and
i« advancing of God, exhibiting from our liv-.e 1 she looked v hile here more like a the New Nork Ledger, at two dol
covers, of the best ler. Hudson. Williams, and Wa doul t. <!•» it and every patron of , rapidly in h tr Indies; a Chriat-'and conversation that i’lfluence ‘' faithful, '•arnca», forgiving (rather lars a year, is the cheapest—as it is.
the beat—family paper in the world.
English novelist's works. Charles : ter«, ».ttorneya for plaintiff; C. A. the s< bool justice by retaining that J mas letter tooarents shown re whl' hwdl build un up in 'be most
’' than & raven^ -fnl, wife in search of
T hs H erald auJ Ledger fur
by calling at, er sending Sweek for defendant. Trial bef>r<? teacher from term to term as iofig ' markaUc progress, both in cumpo- holv faith
A M McCaur,
18VU only $3.75
b thia office, 43.30.
Squire Parker, to-day.
Burns, Dec. 39, '89.
Paatur. ua unappreciative husvand.
as the money holds out.
ritiou and per.ntsnship.