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I t pays to be a humbug, P. T. i FROM THECAP1TOL
Barnum left an estate worth more
It Coat« Yon ?Ct>fhing.
It is with pleasure we announce Nil m..re of UooO-. S.r«»|.»rtH» th»« »<
that we have made arrangements „her
f. C. G ood >L». I wl> ■“<>«>of --11
urlll* th«u »11 o‘t>« blo"d P“""'™-1
T here ’ s a heap of work for the A S>a«i»l> or ■ W eek’s W’urklns al th*
azine, the American Farmer, pub Tw D»«* CO.: liood’s Ukw Ih. led
political fool killer this year, nnd
lished at Cleveland. Ohio, and read ,t C. F- other
B lanchard : W««ell more j *
S hovt . d Italy and the United he can’t return from his long vaca
by farmers in all parts of this couti- u 'L tos *
(From our rvguliir Corresyodsml
8tates go to war it would be tort of tion too soon.
I»» to t of «uy other kind.
ashington , D. C. April 17. 1891. I try and Canada, by which that Hood'»
r. * e . Binir *C o .: Hood'» sampari-la
eagle and monkey affair.
great pul «icatson Will l<® mailed
of the be»t medicine».
Mr. Blaine has lost none of hi J direct, FREE, to the uddress of anj 1» C one
M r . H arrison is so afraid of Mr.
oiltos A H ovst : Hood’» S.r*.p«-1 • »
tho be»t modielue» we have. Iu»«l.
W ill Senator Sherman’s new Blaine that it would not lie surpris ■old time cunning rie wants to of our subscribers who «ill pav up
Increase.’» every year.
barn be large enough to store the
all arrearages on subscription and F P Moonv: We »ell twice m much oc
S.rs.p.rill. u of anything »ImC.r.
fall crop of Ohio Farmer’s Alliance ton every morning to find out ¡that he is running the Department one year in advance from date, and Hood'»
C. X. Bw.x: Hood'» 1» the u>o»t poyulu
to any new subscriber who will pav ■.rMiwrlll. of the day.
j had carried the White House off Harrison, ami to help that idea one year in advance. This is a| Tm.rx O thi « druggl.t» ipe*- »in>U»rIr-
Thlj popularity »t home, where Hood»
during the preceding night Never along he wailed until after Mr. grand opjiortunitv to obtain a first-' Sweas.HU*
»o'* «» proprietor» hare been
E x -S enator Ingalls may cover
kuowu for many yean, could not continue It
mind, Benny, don’t, worry; your Harii-on bad gone on hi« grand
class farm journal free. The Amer the medlclue did not poeaeM merit. And
himself with hay seed and talk
successor will lie a good democrat, vo’e hunting tour before he deliv
ican Farmer is a large 16-page il- theie facts should certainly convince peopl.
about the crops, but it takes more
and not J. G. II.
ered a copy of the reply of this , lustrated journal, of national circu - lu other ecetlon. of the country that Hood'.
than that to make a farmer.
Government to the last dispatch of lation, which ranks among the Banaparllla is a good, reliablo medicine.
T he postal law, making it a the Italian government to Marquis leading agricultural papers. Its «ohl bv drujrglstiA. 11; si*
Mr Harrison is gett.ng a taste of penal offense to use cancelled stamps Iniperiali. the Italian charged af
only by U. L HOOD & CO., Apothwane«,
i highest purpose is the elevation and i Lowell, Mrs«.
Kouthem hospitality, Imt that does on mail matter, we presume, is fairs in this city, for transmission
'ennoblin'} of Agriculture through
103 D033S Ono Dollar
net indicate that he will get any necessary, still it leaves the whole to Rome, although, I have it on ex the higher and broader education j
Southern electorial votes next yi-.r communitv at the mercy of the cellent authority, that reply had
1 of men and women engaged in its
■ bouM he succeed in getting him
been entirely written, and approved
BURNS ADVERTISE»! ENTS.
|s st masters.
pursuit. The regular subscription
If we mi.l.THlaml the law, anV by Mr. Harrison and the cabinet price of the .VJlerienn Farmer is
defacement of the stump makes as long ago as last Saturday.
«1.00 per year. IT COSTS YOU
This reply is one of the longest I
R epresentative Belden, of New one liable to punishment, so if the
NOTHING. From anv one num J. W. ASHFORD.
York, who was chairman of the re postmaster desires to work n hard «nd most elaborate documents ever ber ideas can be obtained that will
publican Congressional Committee ship on any one. all that is requir ■ent by this Government to a for- lie worth thrice the subscription
PHYSICIAN'S A SURGEONS,
last year, aptly but inelegantly ex ed on his part is to murk the stamp ei<n nation, and it informs the Ital- price to you or members of your
pressed the present condition of the and re|sirt the matter to the prim iatM in unmistakable language I household, yet you get it free . B urns .......................
Office tu W. E Grace'» Drus Sture.
republican party whe he said: er authority. The individual be that the United Scales do*» not Call and see sample copy.
fcWe republicans are all pretty well wishes to injure finds himself un propose to interfere with the regu
tier arrest, to answer for a misde larly constituted State courts un
in the dump heap now.”
THE LADIES DELIGHTED.
meanor, of which, he is innocent der anv circumstances, and that
pUaFAnt effect and the perfect
But how is he going to prove his when it shall have U-en proven nafetv with which ladies may use DENTIST,............. B urns O regon .
S enator Morgan thinks it ÌA
innocence? If one neglects putting that anv citizen or citizens of It-.ly the liquid fruit laxative. Syrup of
Office at residence, in the Jo',n Rubhi«»»»
not war but cash that Italy wants.
a stamp iqsin a letter it is just sini were among the members of the Figs, under ad conditions, make it builditiK, and I« prepared to attend tu the
prartit e of dentia.r) in all I’.« brant he«
It will lie some time before she gets
ply held for postage. Why not "Mafia” I1 nclied nt New Orleans it their favorite leniedv. It is pleas Teeth extracted withviil pain by aid uf
either from the United States. We
make th it an offense? Or why not is willing to take up the question ing to the eye nnd to the taste, gen
are not in a condition to tight and
tle, yet effectual in acting on the I
! do letters with defaced or cancelled of paying to his or their families a kidneys, liver and bowels.
the Fifty-first Congress not only V
I stamps the same as tluoe without
T. V. . EMBREE, M. D.
•pent all the money there was in
Office at hi« re^h’ert • Ou the ra»t ide oi Sil
thoroughly American letter. Mr.
Denfueaa Can't Be Cured
er. te;. :r lieg buiow Burn«.
the treasury, but all that is expect
Of course it is not sup|>osed that a Blaine has many faults but lack of
ed.to come in for a year or two.
iMiStmaster will charge an individ Americanism isn't one of them. bv local applications, as they can i
Perhups if King Hiimliert knew
not r ach the diseased portion of
ual witn a criminal action unless he thank heaven.
this he would change his tactics.
’•Teddy” Rooaelvelt is the hap- the ear. There is only one way to ;
lielieves him to be guilty, neither
D. L. GRACE,
do we suppose jicrsons on the out
Unci Filnj.«. t’oiite«; Blanks. Applif atiuti«fur
C anadian reciprocity is not even side desire to get mail sent through found out that b:a Civil Service i stitutional remedies. Deafness is 1 f'li'-Hi
a i *n N .iitra. correctly mid pruBiptly
••» to. Deeds. Nuiv«, and Aiur(x>Xt-«
to be talked about bv the adminis the postolliees with canceled stamps Commission was to have added to caused by an inflamed cou.lit'o- ,f tt'lend«
txiiL. GfH'.’.iiip. Charge« rcxiunablr. 11-.10.
tration until McKinley has an op Postmasters are as likely to 1 h -dis
the mucous lining of th'- Ell-tach
ponunitv to bamboozle the Ohio honest as anv other class of men, tyraniz-s alioiit six hundred em ian Tube. When this tn e g t- in-,
formers by telling them of what and they are in a |s>*.tion. if so dis ployees of the Indian service, most Hamed vou have a mm dins sound
J NAT. HUDSON,
they owe him for the clauses in his puted, to work a hardship any one ly connected with the Indian or imperfect hearing, nnd when it
ATTORN E Y-AT-LA W.
schools. A non partisan Indian is entirely closed lteafin ss is the I
tariff act shutting out Canadian they dislike.
Oilice: BURNS, OR.
service mav lie very desirable, but result, anti nnlefs th - inli.imiii.-iti >n '
agricultural products. It remains
to be seen whether the Ohio farm
it will never lie accomplished as can lie taken out and this tin < re '
C. V SU EEK.
T he Farmer’s Alliance don't take
the agents and their employees— stored to its no'in.il condition,
ers will swallow his "taffy” to the
any stock in anything but fraud.
•xtent of voting for McKinley for They write of nothing else and talk not under "Teddv’a” supervision— hearing will lie <1, -1 r,iy <1 f.in-vi r;
Office : Burns Oregon.
governor. We don’t bvlievc they of nothing else. One writer in are republican strikers, as they are nine cases out df ten an- cans, d bv I I
speaking of the situs.tion. remarks:
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
Another bogus reform is the al ialamed condition of the mucous
"We fought hard to free the black
leged attempt of Secretary Tracy surfaces.
C olumns have been written culo- slaves, thereby bringing slavery
to clear the navy yards of the coun
uhns , ...
.................. O regon .
gising the administration for bav- ujon the. poor whites, through the
try of partisan politic«. He has lars for any case of Deafness C<-U«-<*-h>it!*. Land hu>ines.«, and Real
K h ’ i tv matter ; rmupt’v attended to.
ing the German embargo on Amer sectional intrigues of the republi
issued an order declaring the posi (caused l.y catarrh) that we can
ican meats raised, but the unpleas can party,” and condemning such
tions vacant after June 1, at the not cure by taking Hall’s Catarrh
ant fact remains that the embargo a course as a fraud; and further
New York yard nnd after July l.at Cure. Send for circulars, free.
W. W. Cardwell,
is still in existsence and that no states, ("imply by an assertion
F. J. C heney A Co . ToJ. do..O.
the Norfolk yard of all foremen and
attorne y - at - la w .
American meats can, to-day. la1 witout giving any evidence: "That
fa^"Sold bv Druggi-ts.
master in< chanics, nt 1 ordi ring an
Bruxs, O r .
sold in Germany. We do not pre the democratic party is in the same
¡’racti”cs in u!i Uie rour * of the State,
examining lioard of Naval officers
tend to say that this injustice to taiat.—Both parties rotten to the
Al.'O, before the I . S. I.¡uni Oilice.
to convene at these yards respec
L and M atters a S pecialty .
American meats will not eventual core.”
tively Mav 11 and June 3, for the
ly bo righted by the German gov
The writer must oe an old radi
purjsise of examining applicants
ernment, but it has not done it. nor cal republican, who, at one time,
for the vacancies. "Why.’’ said a
has it authorized any official state argued that he did not fight to free
W- y. Jorgensen
Naval officer, "thia thing is a fraud
ment of its intention to do it. there the negroes, but to preserve the
on its face, anil, in my opinion, is
fore the eulogies of the administra glorious Union; but now he comes
. only gotten up to get rid of some
tion are prema'ure.
down with an acknowledgement of
men whose open discharge is not
desirable. If there arc incompe
Slavery not being a paving insti
T he newspap<-rs seem to lie a
tent foremen and master mechanics
tution in the New England States
little ofT al>out the birth of a new
employed whv not discharge them ■M fliwesew i'Ke.Wca.ov^i.i^'
the slaves were sold to Southern
...e«., n v»io, sqvA’r. a. r
nation lieing concealed in the re
and, if it is the desire of the Secre
rOR »AIX UY
men, then a war began immediate
cent federation of the Australian
tary. have their places filled bv
ly through green-eyed jealousy,
NEW HOME SEWING MA Bogs tn remit d the public that
colonies into one commonwealth.
competitive examinations, but what
const at n t ly replenishing
because slavery was profitable in
CO., 725 Market St.,
So far as can be seen the grip‘of
sense is there in requiring men who
stock; that he has watch move-
San h raiitiseo. c al.
the Southern States, and the New
England is just as strong upon the
have proven by years of successful Paicfic Department
mwt.ts of every discription;
England States could not liear the
wnb-h cases in gold warranted
newly federated commonwealth as
work their competence to take part
idea of the South making an extra
for 20 years; a full stock of
it was ujion the several colonies,
, in competitive examinations in or
dollar unless they were confident of
watch chains, a select assort
when each held independent rela
der to demonstrate their fitness for
in' nt of jewelry, silver plated
getting seventy-five cents oi it
tions with the uiother country, and
. doing the work upon which tliev
ware, a full assortment of
themselves. The enormous sin ofj
We know of no good reason for be
I have liecn engaged, in some cases, Permanently Cured without Cutting
spectacles and eye glasses, a
slavery was cried, in the districts I
good stock of clocks and all
lieving that the Australians wish
: for half a life time.”
Ì Burning or Dilating. A perfectly
where slavery was not profitable,
kind of watches, clocks and
ft lie otherwise. We shall be glad
The working men are after Sec-i .-|mi«nvrp
nnd a ¡¿tiarcvil*
jewelry cleaned, repaired and
when alt countries become repub from the house-tops, from the pul retary Tracy with a sharp
otherwise renovated. Work
lics, but we think the Australian n*- pits, from the wayside and legisla because of what they claim to l>e a < how long standing. This treat
ready when promised. Call.
ment for Stricture, of Dr. Boxwell's,
public is still a long ways otf
violation of the contract lalair law is the greatest disco’-ery known to f**In lower story of Brown's
ernment was abolished by a civil
by commodore Folgi r, of the Wnsli Medicine. It dissolves and coui- building, on corner west of post-
war. That class of old hard-shell ■ ington Navy Yard, in employing up-j pletely removes
the Stricture with- office.
W hither are we drifting? As republicans have bung on to their
if the acceptance of a free spcci ini >arty until they can no longer ig <>n the recommendation of an Eng- ; n.M* annoyance or pain to the pa
lish official, two foreign« ra ns me (,e»t.
train from the railroad magnates nore tlia fact of social and financial chanics, within n week nfter their
TON S ORI AL PARLOR,
DISEASES OF MEN!
was not a sufficient insult to the ruin to them selves But they find arrival in this <•> u itry. Ncretary ' Peculiar to their Sex. nnd not prop- JOHN ROBINSON
P rof .
great mass of the people, who be it Impossib)e,6n account of their bit Foster will 1« nsk«-d to investigate cr to name here, including all those
lieve that the President is entitled ter and undying selfishness, to ac the matter as soon an h« comes delicate Infirmities and Weaknesses Everything in their line guaranteed
to the privileges of a plain every knowledge the fact, which is plain lack from New lork, whither he w liieh th«*y would shrink from dis-
to be done satisfactorily.
day American citizen, no more, no ly apparent to the mind of every lias gotie to brace up the Harrison ¡closing to their family physician,' jfW“Tht' only place in Burna vou
! is rinnnent ly cured ill less time than
leak. The front car of the spe. ial unbiased individual, that tho dem-! The remains of the big
can g.*t baths.
_ hearted was
train, on which Mr. Harrison is cratic partv have for years been democratic veteran. Representative | l>v Dr. Boxwell’s "New System of
Tuesday I TrentHH iit ” It n juv. nateslhe gen- «
making bis political tour, isembla- Irving to accomplish just what thev
, . . .. , . .. . .
. t .. morning, were taken to New koik ito urtnarv orga:is and makes weak
Zoned with big gold letters "The claim
is vital to the interest of the , f(,r in(|.n„rI|l Wednesday morning, men strm.g
Presidsntial Train.” Photographs farmer and ial-oring men
accompanied by u Congressional
When possible, it is alwavs l«st ADOLl’lI TUPKER - - P ro i’
of this royally cquiped train should
They come out in strong Jan- contndttee ami a delegation of to call for personal consultation and <
be distributed from one end oft lie ' guage with the ' farmer must and '"'w Y'rkers. He will be missed s|»-cial examination. But those! —GENERAL REPAIRING—
-who cannot |>ossibly call should
country to the other, particularly shall rule.” Thev do not s«cm to
rhe true tuwardnw of the res- write, stating their ease fully. Med-
among the people who have to work (grasp the . truth
that that is monop- iRI)lltioll ((f s. n««.»r Fdmuml ha. , ieine sent by mail or exprt M. sealed
for a livhig and who buy second- olv ituelf.
leaked out. It ia chagrin. There fre«* from fX|*o«iire. to all part» of j
• Premedy *xerH?«.1 Tto BntMlrt« ha« torn e*
class railroad tickets, or walk, when
The vrr should be* justice and was a time wltcn his word was law Pacific coast. Address:
’ larced «nd lmpruved and i« rrvparrd tu »urn
Bi! kiur’a of t»lB" kamlthlng .»n ah«>rt notice
W m A. B ox w < li , M. D., ) . out
they wish ts s* anywhere. The a uniform a<l ministration of govern- with his republican colleagues in
•nd in th« beet «1)1« Terms 'ash.
Senate, but at the last session
Consulting Phvsician. St. Paul
train upon which Her Majesty, mo nt, impartial^ enforced and no
•*•!'”"•«?. Portland, Oregon.
Queen Victoria, took her jaunt partiality shown to spy monopdy.!hi* *?«*•£"’ ’rw* n?‘ on,T
•mi*’I. but he was actually snublwd
was not to be compared, for mag corporation, syndicate or class. If on
occasions by a majority
nificence, to that upon which Mr. we have an exclusively farmer’s uf the republican Senator, and inj
D b »
Jlatrison is now traveling Is it government, laws made especially suc'n ways as to make it plain that
any wonder that tho ceople clamor
to return. That was iuorv than th*
. . sefislatire
. - . .. tvrant
f>t a return to democratic simpli- a motiorolr just at much, or more.
• • *
city and evcry-man-par-hi«-own- to be dreaded than a money monop
Is Mar nr Vaaipi F. fermi?.
1 cape further morUficaUou.
WEDXISDAY. *rKIL », IMI.
IIEHALD'B WASHINGTON LKTTKB.
dealer in Cenerai Merchandise,
N. GRACE, Proprietors.
While not yet in full operation. i< <loi
f VA1U KTY of Job
ing neatly a
Thi« office h s.rictly ne w in every re«p?iet. bo h t vpe an I prex.et, « q .|. iw
iul printer a awaiu employiuen .
Hand in your orders
>n. for F
For Lett.-r Heads. Now He.ids, Bill IL-id*. S'atements,
opes, Business Cards. Posters. H ind Bills, Calling
Wedding Cabinets. Funeral Notices, etc.,
Job Material is fresh, and of best quality I’tice» rta^'
DR. H. M, HORTON
TOILET ARTIC LKS, GLASS, P UTTY.itjHM
It I BNS. Clht filed i
E GRACE l*w»raiKT<>!i.
•A Large Assortment »f
FINE CUTLERY. WO I ONS. Etc.Kg|
Has just been Re»«ivvd.
PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOTfou am
Everything guaranteed pure and of th» verv test m
PATENT MEDICINES SOLD AT MARKED PRIA" i the KF
This House has a wide nnd well known name, and under th
ini-nt of the present proprietor it is bound to go further up tht.it;
fame and renown. No pains spared to please guests. Sun«
Good table service, and tables furnished with all marito
Burns-Canyon Stage Line,
I. J ewitt , P roprietor .
Leave« Barna on Monday«, Wedneeda*«, and Friday«, at I a. ■■
Connect« wirfi the Ontario, Prineville, and Lakeview aca«c«, at Bai*«*
lion« fur pumpii.
T h drewsey S aloon
I E. McKINNEY,
Everything in our line of the Best. Liquors—Whiskies, £
Wines, Fancy Drinks, etc., Cigars, etc., always on hand
you call on "Mack,” at Drewsey, Harney county, O’ «4jW.!
j EI'U rns osculating t jbab W
IN THM HERALD BUILDING.
CM AR. W. BYRD. - - ------- ---- . LlBBXBlA».
thi« b««ine«« in r««n«ctUn with th« Fr«« Reading IL m *»'
r line« t..r r«t< haamg bwLi fvr • Lublie Library fur Burn «-IM to fc»r
TERMS: Mentorship Fee 112 a year. Readiag Fee 10c. Dew »ait of 2to. «
ocacal ur Buok. mail« wi-h the Librarian, in «very instaiier. seud fvr ('ataMI
be librarian i« «rent for «nd win take S b ! •< riptlur« at the L«>we^
<niL vr^*r *uv Bouk. pubiiabed in the United bi alt.« cr I mm *- Ai««.
Fktsrcs^Rork« of Art, Huiw fcuileiuf Design«, Etc.
NEAR BURNS, OREGON.
JNO. W. SAYER
■ larrr alack •<
All k<>. !» st Krtaw Iraker th,wa»hl. ....«ed (or lufWul