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HEIllI.b’S WASHINGTON LETTER.
W ashington , D. C. Julv 3, 1891. ta Its lForst Form — “ JThlte
Mr. Harrison's enjoyment of his The remarkable
effect ol Hood’s S«r«a-
vacation will not be enhanced by parilia in the following case Illustrates tb.
W. <’ BYRD
the knowlenge of tie fact that he power of thia medicine over all blood di»
M r . I ngalls calls himself a has mane a big mistake in bargain " My «on, 7 year« old, had a white «wel
ling come on his right leg below the knee,
statesman out. of a job. If his ing with Senator Quay for the Penn which contracted the muscles so that his
statesmanship ha<l been of a larger sylvania delegation to the next re leg was drawn up at right angles. Physi
cians lanced the swelling, which dis
mold, his job might have lasted publican national convention, as it charged freely, but did not helphim mate
is now apparent that Mr. Quay will rially. I considered him
. H arney Ce^K
B urns ..............................................
A Confirmed Cripple.
not l»e able to control t he delegation
O regon .
They are having a time that is without a bitter fight, if he can I was about to take him to Cincinnati for
an operation, expecting his leg would have
considerably worse than the prov i then. Such a fight always leaves to be taken olf. ami begun giving him
Hood’s Sarsaparilla in oriier to get up hi»
The luoliciue woke up liis appe
erbial monkey and parrot time over a bad condition of affairs, as Mr. strength.
tite, and soon pieces or bone were dis
in Ilavti, the so-called black repub Harrison well knows from personal charged from theaore, Me continued with
Hood’s Sar-uparilla, ns it s< emed to be
him so mni-h good,and the discharge
lic The negro president seems to experience in his own state, which I doing
from tlienorc decreased, the swelling went
tile 1<-/ straight, tied out. ami in a
have an idea that he is a sort of bodes no good to the individual f'-w months
be had perfect use of his lei
ehoniz.ed modern Nero, ami to act who benefits by the triumph. This |
Jonx L. Mi 1« unit, Notary Public, Ra
accordingly. That’s just the con state of affirirs is specially disquiet venswood, W. Vs.
D. L. & N. GRACE. Proprietors, .................... Harney City, Oregoil But
dition that certain alleged philan ing to Mr. Harrison, because it has Hood’s Sarsaparilla
While not yet in full operation, is doing EVERY VARIETY of Job Print- I
Boid by druggists. SI; six for|5. PrepanXI
thropists would like to see existing been bis policy ever since he openly only
ing neatly and’promptly,
by C. I. HOOD A Co., Apothecaries
in our Southern States.
This office is Rrictly new in every respect, both type and presses, and skill- 1
entered the field fora re-nomination, I Lowell, Mass.
Iul primers await employment.
IOO Doses Ono Dollar
M any years practice has given] to avoid anything like a fight in any j
Hand in your orders
BURNS advertisements .
C. A. Snow it Co., Rolicitors of pat-! state. He wants to appear that his i
Note Heads, Bill Heads, Statements, Envel- | No i
ents at Washington D
opes, Business Cards, Posters, Hand Bills, Calling Cards, I Lu y
PRACTICAL SI KVEYOR.
paRRetl fuccchh in obtaining patents ; mantled by the rank and file of his
Wedding Cabinets, Funeral Notices, etc.,
t . a . M c K innon .
for all classeH of invention«. They j party, in the meantime patronage
is fresh, and of best quality. Prices reasonab» fruii
ami promises are being used for all j J. W. ASHFORD,
make a specialty of rejected cane«,
Ashford Sc, Boyd.
aiui have seenred allowance of they are worth to add to this “spoil-;
PHYSICIANS it SURGEONS,
many patents that have been pre taneous” feeling among the people. B urns ................................. O regon
It is a very difficult matter to
viously rejected. Their advertise
Office in W E Grace’s Drug Store.
anything secret after it has
ment in another column will be of
interest to inventors, patentees. ! been discussed with a Government I
DENTIST................ B urns O regon
uanufacturerR and all who have to
office at residence.
Prepared to all kind of W. E GRACE P roprietor ,
I «lent or one of the heads of the de- dental work.
do with patents
partiu 'i ts. Therefore it isnotsu«-- Teeth extracted without pain by aid of gnss
A Large Assortment of
T he administration has a queer prising that the principal object of
way of showing its respect of our the mysterious visit of Col. Inger
foreign born citizens. It accents soll and John W. Mackay to the Town Attorney,
Over lierait! Office
Has just been Received.
the resignation of ex-Congressmnn White House last week should have
.1. NAT. HUDSON,
<'rosvenor. who insulted every for leaked out. It is as yet known to A T T O R N E Y - A T - L A W.
PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDE
Office: BURNS. OR.
eign born citizen of the United very few, nut one of the number
JW* Everything guaranteed pure and of the very best quality.
States, as chairman of the Immi has given it to me. The two^dis.
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
PATENT MEDICINES SOLI) AT MARKED PRICE.
gration Commission; which was tinguished gentlemen were on a
eminently proper; and then it sends j subsidy “boodle” hunt They had B urns , ............. «t.................... O regon .
Coûterions, Land budiiV'S. and lita
him to Europ«“, as a special World’s I already received the endorsement l&t-ute niatter proiuptlv a ¿tended t<>.
( HARLES ANDERSON
Fair Commissioner, which was em of Secretary Blaine, and they came
W. W. Cardwell,
This House has a wide and well known name, and under the ^manr his
inently improper. It isn't probable | here for that of Mr. Harrison, ami
A T T O R N E Y - A T - L A W. •nent of the present proprietor it is bound to go further up the ladder! nex
in view of circumstances, that Gros i there is reason to believe they got
B urns , O r .
venor's visit to Europe will beofthe it. The scheme is to lay a cable l»e- Practices in all the courts of the State nine and renown. No pains spared to please guests. Sure to » bloc
la-fore the I’. S. I.uiul Office.
slightest benefit to the World’« Fair. j tween 8 >uie point, not vet decided Also, L and
M atters a S pecialty .
It is mneh more likely to prove to upon, in the United Statesaml Bra-
be an injury
TON SORI AL PARLOR,
| ztl. and the expectation of the pro
!ood table service, and tables furnished with all market afife1* is“]
I 1 inoters of the project is that the JOHN ROBINSON
P rop .
T he Presidential struggleof 1S92 subsidies that will be obtained from Everything in their line guaranteed
to be done satisfactorily.
Ims al-emlv commenced. Se«e>’or ' this Government and that of Brazil
Burns I^hotgranh Grallerv,
The onlv place in Burns you
Brice, chairman of the national will be mon» than enough to lay the
can get baths.
W. II. CANADAY,................................................. P roprietor .
democratic committe, has written j cable. The idea is to be popular
ized by giving out the statement
n letter of warning to his fellow that the cable, like the subsidized
F. BROW F,
members of the committee, advis- steam-ships, is necessary before we
qig instant organization of demo- can receive the full benefits of re R E A L E^'Tl’ l<rAGEN T
BUY INDSRI i TOWN PROPERTY.
¡agtic clubs, lie sgjs clubs of like ciprocity with Brazil. It isn’t con
REAL ESTATE IN THE COUNTRY II \NKI.EI
Mature have I een and are constant sidered very probable that anything
CORRESPONDEN« E SOLU ITFI»
involving the payment of a subsidy
Buns-Canyon Stage Line.
ly being organized by the repuMi- will be very popular with the House OFFICE AT N.BROWN’S S TORE.
I. J ewitt , P roprietor .
.. .................... • Oregon.
cans. Their plan is a colossal svs- of the Fifty-second Congress.
Leave« Burn« on Monday«. Wednesday«, and Friday«, at 6 a. m
t 'in of clubs, maintained ami snp
f^^-Cuunects with the Ontario, Prineville, and Lakeview stages, at Burna. Good ar
lion« for passengers.
ported by mean« drawn from the
}H>ckets of beneficiaries of the mo- business in the store keeping of to.!
nnpoly policy. He urre« immedia e «lay. It’s to excess’ve. Or t«>’rel-j
action on the part of the democrat octant. Half the time it means
ic party, ami an extensive system noth i«g. \\«>rds—onlv words.
of voluntary dubs in every neigh This offer to refund the money,
I E. McKINNEY,
« '• ’ hopri
borhood,for the defense of the rights or to pav a reward, is made under
the hope that you won’t want your
and interest of the party.
Wines, Fancy Drinks, etc., Cigars, etc., always on hand when ■
money back, ami that you won't
you call on “Mack.” at Drewsey, Harney county, Or.
C ompare the world of 1791 with claim the reward Of course.
I have a small but select assort
the world of 1591, anti the inde-
So, whoever is honest in making ment of Diamond jewelry, both dia
jaiidenee Iwlls of this year should it. and work’s—not on his own repu- j monds alone ami with rubies, pearls,
garnets, etc , all in fine gold. Fin
ring with a mote jubilant peal. tat ion alone, but through the local ger rings, necklaces, bracelets, etc.,
George Washington. indeed, was dealer, whom you know, must have for the ladies, and studs, cluster
then President of the Unittai States something he has faith in back of and scurf pins, etc., for gents, with
JNO W SAYER
lut Louis Sixteenth was brought the guarantee. The business would diamonds and other stones.
Call and see me. Always at my
back a prisoner to Paris, ami the nut stand a year without it.
post, in N. Brown's building.
Terror was at hand. That free in What is lacking is confidence Back
stitutions noir overspread Christen* of that, what is lacking is that clear
dom is chiefly due to the United honesty which is above the “aver
States. It is not, indeed, an auto age practice.”
Dr. Pierce’s medicine is guaran
matic Republic. It depends whol
ly upon the intelligence and moral teed to accomplish what they are
ity of its citiiens, and they are not intended to do, and their makers W» for*««» »TOTtlMW W.
AH kind. ef snrfaee lumber ,h„mnthlT
to relax a single effort or to lower give the money back if the result
lhe political standard. Rut on the isn't apparent.
Doesn’t it strike you that a med
Fourth of July we may surely take
heart from the past, and renew our icine, which the makers have so
faith and vows for the future.— much confidence in. is the medi-
i for you.
SATURDAY, JULY 11. 1891.
Dealer in Ceneral Merchandise,
T he N ew B ook & J ob O ffice
DR. H.M. HORTOIV
FINE CUL I RY. NOTIONS. Etc.
THE DREWSEY SALOON
f t BEATTY'SORGANSl
’ak*tmr on. Adtlrn».
v c»r . «•a aahiugt
New Jersey. Hon Daniel F. Beat