East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, January 02, 1890, Image 4

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    B abyhood contains importanti
THE HERALD.
popular articles on infants’ diseaess;
departments of “Nursery Problems”
THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, HW
; in which numerous questions of sub- i
scribers are answered; “Nursery
A JOL KNEY ROUND THE V.ORI.D Helps and Novelties,” comprising
descriptions of recent inventions
In Less than HO Days by Two Pretty and convenient nursery furnishings;
Newopaper Girls sent ont to Heat
a “Mothers, Parliament,”containing
j intel« sting letters from readers, etc. ;
The Record uf.JuleH Veuie’M Hero in the etc. The Congregationalist recent-
Novel “K g und the World in 80 Days.’*
I ly said: “Every issue of B abyhood j
confirms us in the opinion which
T he IlEi-.At.D will keep its read­ we have often expressed, viz.: that
ers informed of ail particulars of it is peerless in its way. It is full |
this novel race to beat a novelists’ of material of the most practical
imaginery record. Jules Verne says value to all mothers, and it must be
it cannot be imide in less than 79 j read tube appreciated. It is doing
days, and Mr, Walker of the Cos­ missionary work of a high order.”
mopolitan claims a possibility of it
By spe< ial arrangements with the
being accomplished in 70 days.
publishers, we are enabled this
The following is the substance I year to make an unusual oil r:
of despatches as we find them in iThe regular price of B abyh od is
the Daily Examiner the Weekly i •'pl.50 a year. W’e will furnish th
New York World, and Cosmopoli­ T he II ekald in com: ¡¡¡at ion with
tan Magazine:
B abyh < d for 12.50per ye .ir. Thl-
THE STAItT EASTWARD.
is a ‘‘bargaiu” that needs no com-
Nov. 10—The New York World t inent. Make a careful 1 ¡ote 01 a
gave Nellie Bly, aged 23 years, the «•nt this out, <>r. what is . it •
means to mak • a trip around the i send us in the amount at 0.
f t:.
world in 75 days, to beat the record I you wish to first s a < <
«ri«
of 80days made in Jul--s Vernes' nov­ magazine, address a p
el ‘‘Around th - World in 80 Days.” “1 A1ATI0. D, New Yol k,’ 1 •• k 1 :g 0.
by Phirieaa Fogg, the hero. Tib- one. and a back uuiu»
following program was laid out for sent, free.
her, with liberty to charter steam­
ers and railways:
Nov. 14—Nellie Bly, in traveling
dress end small band value,
boarded the steamer “Augusta Vic­
toria” for Southhampton, 9:30 a m.
Nov. 21—Nellie Bly lunched in
London, 8 days after leaving New
York.
?vov. 22—Met Jules Verne
wife at Amiens, France.
Nov. 23.—On tin- India
d. Regu-
exprc D train, bound for Brindisi.
**w su
Nov. 25.—Writes a note from
t. on y 1 1
Brindisi, Italy
C'hri-tei
Dec. 11—Nellie Bly, forced by
uid'or. seen circumstances, delayed
her departure from Colombo, Cey­
lon, for Penang five days.
es • 4
Dentil n'ili ili».
-
ST A KTING W ET SWA RI>.
Nov. 14—The New York Cosmo­
politan Magazine gave Elizabeth
Bisland, aged 24 years, means for
making the trip around the world
in 70 days, so as to beat Nellie
Bly’s record:
The program for the trip is not
stated as to the time, but she says
she is to go from New York to San
Francisco direct to Yokohama,
¡.hence to Hong Kong, Penang, Col­
ombo, Aden, Port Said, Brindisi.
Nov. 14, 4:(?) p ;n.—Miss Bis­
land, in traveling dress, with shawl­
strap, hand valise, and small travel
ing trunk, left New York City on the
fast overland mail for San Fran­
cisco.
Nov. 19.—Miss Bisland arrived
in San Francisco, 5 days after leav­
ing New York.
A story of ci«..
an- sunshi'«
alternating ovci a v< ner t
holm
of a grand old man, honest a
blunt, who loves his honor as he
loves his life, yet stiller t.i »gon
of the condemned in learning oi
the deplorable conduct of a way­
ward son; a story of country life,
love and jealousy without an im­
pure thought, and with the hea
flavor of the fields in every chapter
It is founded on Denman Thomp­
son’s great drama of “The Old
Homestead.” Street & Smith, 31
Rose Street, New York, are the
publishers of this life-like story,
t is No. 23 of their Select Serie .
The New York Weekly Post.
¡TOLEDO BLADE-1890
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Only One Dollars Year.
The most popular \Vockly News-1
i paper in the I nited States, the -
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OF MILLIONS
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WRITERS
TO NEW
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A YEAR
CELEBRATED
If yon are not convenient to b news stand,
r ud two dollars to tbo address b«.low and
the Led .’< r will bo sent to you FREE tillyj
tlio first o£ January, 18W, and then
continued for a wholo ytu frcin /.
»•x that date.
^S ixteen P aces
EVERY WEEK
Stanley’s Companion
Herbert VJ
, -e-. • i p-o comp.iaioa of BL'inW ia his c-r-’-'it' rs ' i ! ' I-ii thi only whits man connected with Stanley' •
rations who has «7« zetam llivenom tl ‘‘I rk C :
. lr. Ward's articles rtmtiing throut,’.-. «.
• ;. ■ • ar. t . t? ■>
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werfiy* yon of Lis adveutures in Afn<-..
rated by
ird, I J t
t of photographs taken by him in Africa.
. ti will threw muon Dji.
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L-aknownca-.uiibaltriI.es of Africa.
T wtory of n Forst
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’ Antir-I Katharine llrecn.
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m ? theaSwnteresan4«nor'sn i os fl! oi.R.Totm? '
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■t; Low 1 . -. . • «..:•■ 1 f.r ;v’. hJ ? :
lirdous hedging and hazardous canoo trips
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9 Ehsnry V7. Crady
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.res a series of six arfo’.oa m .
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. cf tbo Ltlustrial Pursuit.-! of the New South.”
American - -
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Ci”:r - the ronsons why it ii impc.-. 9} s by r. .ri-.a r-’t.^ ■ c ii.x.uved.
Rihlllsm In Russia, iy i.eo K -. tr.mnn, N!>,;iht.
- e-rlttve from llu-
uz...-r:t'.'-,Lr.i' m connected-.-.I tbo most daring foa’i of the Russian lii'.aiii*:.
: 0 i-ite.i' .
c. J.-:.-D e.'-J becoming KihiLets in consequoncoot tho despotisLi of tho forri
. ,._it i.io.;t? .. . Oar, rzeh as tbo ciewizig t.p cf ths Winter Palace, he is ab'.o to g-vo t: o
his aado-'itv :
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a-ecxjiicheL 'xho rituaticnin Russia is suineieut to ...cz.-z ?
iriesn for our forui < f jev.;amc-_t.
vi-lth will Lo scut freo to every subscriber, will bo a poem I7
3 f,
.! ly Howard Pyle.
ether couvezir will bo a beautifully illustrated poem written ly
ohn Qre
tiger” b7 Mr. WL
R ugcc ;! Lowell.
■rle«, Biixtorical and Kioxrap’--
' . : î:;i nn«l fiïzor
IriuioL-, uiaU ever, . jij ;; i:i!ez-i-»8ing to tile Jiouxt-h.« Id.
i'r vrSU. cosà * ' *
•iivvis, V-Z
Other
Lributors for 1C90 are
T short Let»!3 Stev'
Anna 8hGlic.'~.
P.-.Ln rd.
— --a Hodfson Burr,
eland.
e l‘.o-.'.o Hall.
-io Vinton Dab
t F'roscott
ion.
M. W. Hazoltlne,
Thomas Dunn English.
Qoorco F. Parsons.
Col. Thomas W. Knox.
Rev. Dr. John R. Paxton
Rev. Dr. James McCoeh
Prof. 3. M. Stevori3.
Prof. J. II. Comstock.
James Parton.
Rov. Dr. H. W!. Field.
Alleo Urcjvr
ne 3.
Tour
? nza.
can be sent at our r
Six Cents
Kild res ■> :
Harold Fredorio.
Draft, or an r :;•■ ;s Money Or '
idar Aanounce.ront.
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AStor« of th« AVi
V, ■ st r.i ! Fir. -.idr
< h-.ts, by H-«i.
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Thoroughly earnest work is be­
The Gre ii.eHt Sensation of the Ag-c.
ing done in behalf of tariff reform
“The Crime of the century.”— by the New York Weekly Post,
This is the very appropriate title which holds that the time to dis­
of n book that is being written by cuss this economical question is
one of the ablest journalists of the now , rather than in the heat of a
present time. It. is the only com­
plete and authentic history that Presidential campaign. Ev ry is­
will or can be written of the assas­ sue of the paper contains articles
sination of Dr. Patrick Henry Cro­ hearing upon some phase of the sub­
nin and the chain of events that led ject, together with Questions by
to that strange crime. The book is doubting readers, with answers by
profusely illustrated with original I
nnd skillfully executed engravings , the editor, all tending to facilitate
of the principal actors and scenes and simplify the discussion. The
of the Tragedy from the formation, Post has been adopted by a num-
of the plot to the close of the cele- [ I her of clubs and other organizations
brated trial , it also contains a rclia- i and its discussions are conducted
ble biographical sketch of the patri­
otic victim. This Pictorial Histo­ in a spirit of fairness, which entitle
ry of the greatest of Modern Crimes, it to respect of opponents, as well
isnot a book of romance but of hard, as its advocates of the revision of a
solid facts and is a marvelous exein-1 war tariff to adapt it to times of
plitiention of detective skill, of the |
| peace. The Post is compiling a di-
lar-rcaching power of the law and
< f those charged with its execution, I i rectory of active tariff-reform organ­
Those who secure an agency for it izations in the United States, and
will be extremely fortunate. For has already published one install­
terms and agencies, address The .1, ment of the list. The Weekly Post
Dewing Company, 813 Market St.. is a 12-page paper, and contains all
San Francisco.
the features requisite for a first
class general family journal. Price
•fl per year. In combination with
A Moment
T he H euai . d , f3 pi r year.” Sam-
Of vour time, render, may per­ I pie copies free on request.
haps l e profitably devoted to tly
following:—
The Dctectiv Story Fa | r.
Those who take an agency for a
The publishers of that sterling
reliable, enterprising house, learn home journal, the New York Wet k-
their business and stick to it, “get iy, are this season making an olfer
on" in the world. People who have ¡that exceeds any wo have seen.
any idea of engaging in nnyeavass- I The ordinary price of the paper is
ing business will do wi ll to write $3.Ci> per ¡’.nnum, and it is well
George Stinson .V Co.. Portland worth it, but to introduce the We ek­
Main—the great art nt.d general ly to homes where it is nt pr< sent a
publishers. They oiler the m. t ex­ strong r, we arc ii-.itho: Led to ati-
ceptional ad van I:-. « > to those who ; nounee that iibscriptions for fimr
ure sufficiently ct.tcrpri; ing to be month« will be reeeiv. d for on<-dol­
willing to make a push in < -der to lar. and you will l e pit lted f ee
etter theirconditmu. It cus:snoth­ of all expense with n copy of
ly
ing to try. Women make fuccc - s |one of the Strict A Flinth Select
fui canvassers, ns r. < 11 nc men. jSeri-«of popular American c< pv-
Full [kirtieubirs will le sent to right novel
'1 he Secret Service
those v ho addr. -s the firm; their I S riea of Detective
Stories, or the
full address is given above.
-'ea and Shore Sori. s. Those Looks
■ arc neatly bound in elegant litho­
•Th ;t Pcerlrag Mngnglne.*'
, graph paper covers, contain from
A mag -, i iedev. tcd to the care
i
of :;<<> to 5(10 pages, and retai 1 for >
infants was extnblisl d in i New cents each. / A sample copy i.f the
York a few years ago. Its > plan N< iv \ <>rk V> t-vklv and
.... .1 a . miplct.'
was to procure the best writing description of the books will be
Hut money could buy fro., in physi­ sent free to any address,
‘M, upon np
eiane, trained nurses, and ol
e . ■ me plication tothe publisher . Messers,
• Ise who tu b competent to advipe Street A Smith, 2."» tool I ase St.,
in the perpk-xitits that confront New York ( ity.
Mention T he II kraldhi which
conscientious parent» who aim ai
Bucctxsful training i.ftheir children. you see this offer.
An ex|Hrienced physician was
pbyed in charge as medical editor.
Tit:: H er u nauti Weekly Call $3
1 his magazine, H ahviumid by or etir paper and the Daily Call $i.
t.ame, has met with remarkable fuc - —t'er R< publican subscriber« can­
—’t I e Red F .ml Livery and
ccfs the world over, its foreign
subaenption list was sufficiently not say tie do not get cheap rates Fot ti stable is the place to put up
large for it to establish i _
a _
London for them. also. In this com* ¡na­ your team: horses fed watered and
ollive last year and 'egiti the lì»i Vii* tion there is economy and literary groomed.
.
of it foreign edition.
merit.
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SUPPLEMENTS.
<3
. rtifully illmtr-.t
Bufi'al
1.
t
N p li on of
American >Scoi:tjan : Im ian Fi, lit­
ers. He is on i f rhe greatest and
most versatile characters dedu« -I.
He has won b limit h ccc»s and
his u di taki gs
renown in
lie is not only ! ■• greatest Aincri-
can frontiersman, but he is al. o a:i
educated man.
e sf miliar with
the entire history of our country,
and has mad'- i special study of
the lives and grand aehicveniciits
of the great i >ncers, whosde Is
of daring have won the admiration
and applause of the whole world.
He is better qualified than anv
other manto write the gnat stand
ard history of American 1 ioneer
Life, for he helped to make that his­
tory, and liis own adventures con­
stitute the most brilliant and thrill­
ing portion of it. His peculiar
ness for the work that hehasso
c-
cessfullv accomplished was justly
recognized by the Prince of Wales,
lion. Wm. E. Gladstone. Hon. John
Bright, and other didingnis «i
Englishmen, when they carne th
requested him to write the “Story
of th«-Wild West.” In this request
they were joined by nearly every
celebrated General in th.- Ameri; an
Army, who, knowing Buffalo Bill
intimately, knew that he w s the
man to write this Grand History.
It is a book every American can
feel proud of
llenotcnly tells of
his own marvelous nchievements
but also these of his comrades •.nd
other great frontiersmen, ineludi T Ï <y
t la- thrilling story «if the t'uster M,
sacre. Crook’s campaign, at id a
i
thousand other exciting incidents
and lastly, a d« s-riptien of his won-
di-rful career and s ;ee ssin e.xhil it-
ii’g his ■• ’.'il 1 We<t Show” among
the Crown Heads of Europe. Buf-
f-’lo P-ill’s pen is as vigorous ns his
rille unerring, and his book vv dl re­
main forcv«-r tin- great standard his­
tory « t’pioneer life in America and
sh-uilil receive a glad welcome in
lln- home of every true ami patriotic
American, This great historical
book contii i s over s-'i ■c;i hundred
pages ami n-.-arly th ■co hundred
spirited engravings,
The wc’d-
kminnpuhlishers. The History Co
«23 Market St., San Francisco, an­
tin' authorized General Agents.
Agents ami parties who d, sire to
si-11 this l-nok can secure r.n ngenev
ailiiheral terms by addressing
the History Company.
ll’e call at tention to mlvertisc-
ment in another column.
-
son’s' M
'agazin¿ ¡
1‘ ’or t 1
tion in every (date and territory
(and nearly every county) of the
United States. All the news, Let­
ter departments and more first-
class entertaining and instructive-
reading, than any other dollar pa­
per published.
A nnouncement E xtraoi iwnary .
In December we shall commence
publication of ihe most powe rful
temperance serial story of modern
times. The well known author of
the Boy Traveler series of l ooks,
Col. Thomas W. Knox, is now en­
gaged in writing this stor , for
which wo pay a royal sum. We
want this story to have the wide
circulation it dese ves. In the in­
terest of humanity par. nts should
I see that their children read it, and
I especially the young men of ever--
'community in this broad Ian.I
should be urged by those who h:.v<
[an interest in them, to read thi.
story. The other f -atures of th
W eekly Blade need not be state1.
! here. They are well known. Send;
1 for a free sample copy and see for
j yourself.
S peaking of S pecimen C opies
We invite every reader of this pa
per and every reader of this county,
to write us for two specimen copies
First, write us a postal card imme­
diately for a specimen copy of the
Weekly Blade that you mav get :
full discription of Knox’s temp. •-
[ ance serial story, “Teetotaller Dick ”
I Second, write us again about De-
1 cember 1st for another free specimen
of the Blade, and we will send you
a paper containing the opening
chapters of the story. Send the
names and addresses of . Il ; our
friends at the same time.
C onfidential to A gents .
Anybody can earn ten dollars
very quickly by raising dubs for
: the Blade. We are now paying
the highest amount for clubs ever
■ offered by any newspaper. We
! want agents everywhere. Write us
' for confidential terms to agents.
Aildress, The Blade, Toledo, O.
890.
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Suited t« the climate of East
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That
will send
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pay th’ mouey for:
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will be given during he
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(i: ¡<1 must popular ctfcu.,' f produced at liotne aim abr« u<l.
T he B e r : r::::L L n . ■ ;v in . s —‘Tcterson” in nuw the «inly magazine giving these, the (Intsl of
all engravinge.
T he C heapest —A p r > oilier I'tfippz’r ■■ pi v'S po much of interest and variety for the same
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0 / beck, i’-F a picmiu.m to tl:e getter-up of the club.
For f. -rj r Clubs, still finer premiums.
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with works and cases oi
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aaca locality ran secure one
free, forether with our lance
J valuable liueof Hoiiar hold
lea. These samples, as well
iit.areOee. All the work you
r • f Jo i« to show «hat w* »end you to those who call—your
friends an I neighbor« and those about you—that al way • result«
iw valaable trade for us, which holds for years when once started,
and thus we are repaid. We pay all exprers, freight, etc. After
you know all, if you would like to jro
w»rk for us. you can
earn from
to 19CO per week and upward«. Add rase,
Stin.en
<•<»., Box «»118, Portland, Maine.
Wa wi'l send the entire list of Twenty Valuable
Books enumerated and described below, to every sun­
scriber to this paper for tlu ensuing year, who remits
t'vnty c-ntjf in addition to the regular subscription
price. The^e books, each one of which contains n • nm-
plfl!••• e!a<* novel or o(ip»r work by a well-r n.»wu
ar. i popular author, are published in neat pamphlet
form, printed from g" > I readable tyt e on good paper,
and many of them ii ui Isomeijr illustrated. They entn
rrise some of the finest works ever wr.tten by gome of
be greatest and most popular writers, both of Ameri­
ca and Europe. Each one is complete in itself:
y K'. 'Ire, Candle*« < nrtnln I.pof :irt»e. By
Dor mis J rhroi . i ». Very old and verv funny. The
yonmror as well as older generation «honld rend them.
No. -H. Adventure« of n Bachelor. Rr th?an-
th rot' •• F th Beanpole's Adventure* in New York.”
A great humorous book by a popular author.
Xn. 21''.
tiovv to Make and Snv<* Money on
t’»e 1 .»era, V v
.i <• cotnpila'. i ,.f r.-eful facts,
Lnts in I suggestions for farmers and gardeners.
N . 2.7
I'rwtn the Eat th to the Moon. A
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N 2;
The Little OM Man <*f tbo R:i|l<r.
n»»H«'s. A \ -v.
By F mi r G RORUC
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A Danseroue lloiniin. A Novel. By
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I he l.'nden Fmia Bride. A Novel.
B . M I ■ ;*i:tr Bl OI'XT
B •* M *r! '
,>vl’r,<fc*4 Daughter. A Novel.
No 2u
The Raron'i Wlil, A Novel BySTL-
vavrs < »Bn. Jr.
w5'.14» I’Y frrn nf Kirharzi Vardan. A
Nove.
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The Orajr Fnlron. A X>r,l. Br M T
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No »7 The *t»»ry of a Wedding Rin*. A
>vel. By the author «£•• bora Thorne "
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houses are branded
with "S-wreut h” on the
Leit thigh.
Send for a Catalogue, and mak<
selections i-« time-for th<-B--
delivery, if you want to plant n<*
but the Best, and that is alwr.- stb»
( heapest. Last spring, alone, nw“|
than a
Call at this Olliee and order,<r
address the following-r.anicd
Rang*: Grant and Malheur count ¡ cr .
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Btu< k oi the above brand ur belonging thereto.
ALMEDA A. STENGER.
Ramre—Hrant county, Oregon.
P. u.—Bwna, Grantcvuntv Or.
Be Sure tn f.et It .Now.
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being written by Col. Tima. W K ana farf*
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his new story w ill te a revelation to je-«ipk »
ail « ': sr.s on both eMta of the temp»«5”
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