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HERALD’* WASHINGTON LETTER.
W ashington , D. C. Mav 1,1891.
Own to them »elves a duty to take Hood’»
Blaine will, I am informed, i Saraapanlla.
in view of the trreat relief it
SATURDAY, MAY 9,1*91.
shortly remove himself from the ha» given those who »uCer from ailments
danger ef being struck by Presi peculiar to the sei. By purifying the
dential lightning by writing a let blood, rejula'.tag imporaut orgaus,
1 itrengthenlng th» nerve», and toning the
ter declining to allow his name to . whole aytbsin, I* restore» the debilitated to
T he change w* have made in l>e considered in connection with ' health.
T he H erald we hope will meet the the nomination next year, and an
“ For 15 year» tny mother ha« been trou
nouncing his feality to Mr. Harri bled
with milk leg. She went to diffluent
approval of our friends.
son and his desire to see him nom part» of Calif- >rniA, as perwius »aid the cli
m - w .
mate m <..t help her, hut it was of no
In making T he H erald a semi inated, but there is another danger avail.
»nJ I, being n druggist, tl ought I
get her to try Hood '.* Sar.apnrllla.
weekly paper, the one issue is smal- that be either lacks the courage or I ' would
Before si - had taken half a bottle» ,e >» -1
inclination to remove himself from,* »he was im* roving, so »he < outiuut d until
dealer in Ceneral Merchandise, ft1,.,
took i . ..f a dozen bottles, and now she
er, but in the two issues of the pa and which uiay prove as disastrous •he
1» perfectly v > 'I. For nearly fifteen year»
. .. HABEEiHe ar
was irotble to v.-rile around, but notv
per you get more reading matter to him as the anchors he once cast she
•he ean waA a■ we JSa ever.” T. F. I! laki ,
to windward by the advice of “burn San Fraueiaco, u -th C. F. Richard» & Co.
than was contained in the weekly this letter” Fisher.
bike a New Creature.
This danger arises from his de- ■
edition, and for the same price
been for yea-» trying to ge’ help
d . 1
for that terrible general debilitv and weak-
We hope to, at least, keep the
of hiB friend Stephen B. Elkins, new »<> common to women. Within a year
have taken ten or twelve bottle* of
paper up to the present standard who i* a leading member uf the I flood'»
Sarsaparilla, and I mn now feellr.g
n |<1 m
a new creature.” Mr..«. F. B. Ro»»,
of excellence, and by publishing syndicate that now has the govern Marlin,
ment sealing privilege in Behring
twice a week, give our subscribers sea. But for this desire all the [ Hood’s Sarsaparilla
bv Druggist*, tl; six for 15. Prepared
in the country the benefit of the trouble might have been avoided Bold
I. HuOD A CO., Apotheeariea,
waters, as it is known that the Brit
IOO Dcses One Dollar
D. L. 4 N. GRACE. Proprietors,
.................. Harney City, Oref\y(. (e)
than if we published only once a ish minister was ready to pledge
While not yet in full operation, is doing EVERY VARIETY of Job Print- ltJ J ]<’
his government to stop all British
ing neatly anulpromptly,
BURNS advertisements .
vessels from capturing seals for one
Thuoifice i* strictly new in every respect, both type and pre»«*». a*d »kiU- *“
iul printer.* await employment.
year if Mr. Blaine would make the
lv, a semi-weekly and one weekly, same pledge for American vessels. j W. ASHFORD,
Hand in your orders
Last year, before Elkins became
For letter Heads. Note Heads, Din Heads, Statements. Env*l-‘*n <ltJ
all from this (dace, and consequent interested in the seal industry, that
Business Cards, Posters. Hand Bills, Calling Card».^’■
ly all our subscribers. except those was what Mr Blaine was asking
Wedding Cabinets, Funeral Notices, etc.,
living on the weekly route, will get for, but now he doesn’t wish to stop B urns ............................... O regon £WA11 Job Material is fresh, and of best quality. Prices reasora^''
the sealing, because his friend hopes
‘»nice in W. E Graee’l Urn» Store
the paper twice a week.
this season to take an enormous
___________________________ Bn rns
number—a courageous Treasury
O ur late exchanges announce agent blocked the game last season DR.H.M. HORTON
t oat J a me* G. Blaine will not be a by stopping the catch, but a more DENTIST,............. B urns O regon .
candidate for the presidency in accomodating agent in the per-o:« Office at renidenrc, in »he John Robin Run
building, and is prepared to attend to the
of J. Stanley Brown, once the pri practice
of dentistry in all its branches
TOILET ARTIC L E 8. GLASS. PUTTY, Ac ® M
Teeth extracted without pain by aid of gass.
We are of the opinion that Mr. and now the husband of Mollie Gar
Blaine, to-duy, is the most popular field, has been selected for duty
T V. . EMBREE. M. D.
W. K GRACE P roprietor ,
oflieeal hi« rr«h’»rt e ou the ea*t l*le ot Sil
and st-ongest man in the republi with the sealers this season, and vie»
River, ter. n ile» below Burn».
can party, and can cotue nearer be Elkins and his partners anticipate
A Large Aasortmsnt of
ing elected president than any no trouble in taking all the seals
they can catch, if Mr. Blaine cm
man in the party. But we think only maintain the status quo until
FINE CUTLERY. NOTIONS. Etc. t ?
ATTORN E Y-AT-LA W.
his idea for declining, i* well found th«* fall.
Office: BURNS, OR.
Has just been Reseivnd.
ed. Believing there is no show
Secretary Foster appears to *>e
< . A. NU KKK.
whatever for u republican to be getting what the bov* call “rattled”
elected, Mr. Blaine would much over the condition of the Treasury .
Everything guaranteed pure and .of the very best quaUt-Miat
rather some other man would b«> announcement that he intended to
Ultiee Burn» Oregon. ’
PATENT MEDICINES SOLD AT MARKED PRICE. <Lif
the defeated candidate. One de extend the outstanding
feat for presidency is all a man bonds at 2 per cent instead of re
can well stand, ami Mr. Blaine is deeming them when they mature B urns , .
................... O regon .
entirely too smart to «iffer himself. September first, next, he bail his Colite. .........
ions. Land burine*». mid Real
Director of the Mint funish a state Estate matter
■<>f of t
i roiuptlv attended u>
CHARLES ANDERSON - -- -- - ___ F bofbi M
He would prefer Mr. Harrison’s ment to the press which made it
downfall to his own.
ajipear that the enormous sum of
W W Cardwell,
This House has a wide and well known name, «nd under ths Bi«e8P' 1
$258,000,090 was available to pav
I t is not that we think woman any debts or appropriations. This
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. in?nt of the present proprietor it is bound to go further up th* laddiJohn
too ignorant to exercise the right of was so absurd that Mr Foster had
B urns . O r .
fame and renown. No pains spared to please guest*. Sur* to
I’nu ti ’v* in all the eouria nt the State,
suffrage and other national privi himself interviewed in orde that he Al.wo.
before the I’. S. Land Office.
leges, which are forced upon man, might sav that he did not altogeth
L and M atters a S pecialty .
er endorse that statement. He
or rather, as some persons would then («roeeeds to figure out an avail
gWGood table service, and tables furnish«! with all market
have it, enjoyed by man, but it is our able «ash surplus of
P rop .
affection, love and respect that and to naively inform the country
urges us to oppose any measure that he aisoconsiders the IltfU.OOO,-
to be done satisfactorily.
Burns-Canyon Stage Lin«.
likely to bring our wives, mothers, (MX> in gold, which has alwavs been f
The only place in Burn# you
regarded ns a reserve held against
daughters and sisters in contact the |35O.<MMl.tMMl greenbacks in cir
I. J bwitt , P roprietor .
can g.*t baths.
1-Mvae Barn» oa Monday» Wedaeedaya. and Friday», at < a. tn
with the common rabble.
culation, to l>e available cash and
f®- .inawl» wit*t the Ontario. Fiin«ville. »nd I.akevisw ata««» alia
God forbid! that those whom we that he will not hesitate to use it if ■
lion» fer »aM«a*»r»
love and honor, alore all thing*, it comes to a pinch
should be made a com mon target standing these statements the daily Permanently Cured without Cutting
balance sheet of the Treasury for
for the vulgar squib* and bitter yesterdav shows a surplus of less Burning or Dilating A perfectly
painless treatment and a guaran
anathemas of opposing political than »12,OOO,(XX>.
cure in every case, no matter
long standing. This treat-
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Corp-Weather Bulletin No. M
M any years practice has given
Everything in our line of the Best. Liquors—Whiskies. Brandi
E astern O regon w I athek .
is the greatest discovery known to
(.’• A. Snow A Co solicitors ot pat Showers occured in fore-part of Medicine. It dissolves and com
Wine*. Fancy Drinks, etc.. Cigars, etc., always on hand when
ents at Washington D C, unsur week in most sections, on 23d snow pletely removes the Stricture with-1
you call x.’’ “Mack." at Drewsey. Harney county. Or.
passed success in obtaining patent* and ice were experienced along oat annoyance or pain to the pa
for all classe* of inventions. They and south of Blue Mountains. On tient.
24th. 25th and 29th. frosts were
DISEASES OF MEN!
make a specialty of rejet ted cases, generul, no serious <1 a mage is re
Peculiar to their Sex. and not prop
and have secured allowance of ported from them. Cherries and er to name here, including all those
many (latent* that have been pre- wheat were slightly injured in a delicate Infirmities and Weaknesses
viuusly rejected. Their advertise- few places The temperature con- which they would shrink from dis
JNO W SAYER
ment in another column will be of tinues cool. but gradually rising. closing to their family physician,
Not quite an average teinjterature permanently cured in les* time than
interest to inventors, patentees, I ' prevails,
was ever known to Medicine before,
nanufacturrr* and all who have to
bv Dr. Box well's “New System of
Fall and earlv spring wheat con Treatment." It rejuvenate* the gen- i
do with pat*nt*.
tinues to be promising Late sown ito-urinary organs and makes weak
F ranck ha* liven trying a high spring wheat is not so gxxi on ac men strong
pretec live tariff, a la McKinley, and count of lack <*f rain Mora rain
When possible, it is alwavs best
the result is. an uprising of the would prove of great benefit to the to call for personal consultation ano i
w heat crop. W hi le the w heat pros
people, which threatens to become a pect« at present are of the best re special examination. But those
who cannot possibly call, should
revolutionary unices the duties are ports indicate that the promising write, stating their case fully. M«*d-
lowered The question is now un condition will not continue unless icine sent by mail or express, sealed
der discussion in in the French Par more raiu falls, the fields are dusty free from exposure, to all parts of
liament, and it* decision will be and the lack of rain is already ap Pacific coast Address:
parent. The grass is good Stock
W m . A. B oxwbll . M. D.,
watched with interest by the peo art* reported to be doing well.
Consulting Physician. St Paul
ple on this side of the Atlantic
H 8. P agub .
Dispensary. Portland, Oregon
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