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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1891)
WEDNESDAY. JULY 15. 1891
A’. C. Bl'lih,
M any years practice has given
C. A. Snow A Co., solicitors of pat
ents at Washington D. C.. unsur
passed success in obtaining patents
tor all classes of inventions. They
make a specialty of rejected cases,
and have secured allowance of
many patents that have been pre-
viously rejected. Their advertise-
ment in another column will be of
interest to inventors, patentees,
nanufucturers and all who have to
do with patents.
A movement is on foot for the
organization of a military company,
comprising one of features of the i (n Its Worst Form —‘‘Whitt
World’s Fair, to be called Co. A.1 The remarkable effect of Hood's Sarsa
First Regiment, United States Blue parilla in the following case illustrates tbs
power of thia medicine over all blood di*
•• My son, 7 years old, had a white sweb
A short time since, a cottage at ling
come on hl« right leg below the knee,
Indian Lake, in Adirondack«, was which contracted the muscles so that his
leg was drawn up at right angles. Physi
broken *nto, and some slight depre cians
lanced the swelling, which dis
charged freely, but did not help him mate
Three children were suspected rially. I considered him
A CimOrmeil Cripple.
and threatened with arrest, which I was iv ont to take him t.iCim inns'l
operation, expecting his leg wonld have
frightened them so much they at «1,
w I-- taken off. »1. I I-«<n giving him
in order to get up hie
tempted suicide by taking Paris rec .-111 Sarsaparilla
-1 lie medicine woke up^usiappe-
ilte. ami s- -m pieces ot bone were dis-
green, but fortunately took too charg
:iro,nt’ aore, M econtinued with
Hood s Sai .,1-arilla. as it feemed to be
much, it acting as an emetic, there-, dob
from the so: - decreas. J. the swelling went
by saving their lives.
down, t ic leg straightened out. and in a
Dsaler in General Merchandise,
B urns .
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f-.v months li ■ innl perfect use of hl«I««
The electrocution of fourtnurder- He is now aipnrenrly as "ell a’ e»«-jn
J ohn 1.
' - t . isav , Notary I ubllc, Ke-
’ ers took place at Sing Sing July 7 vcbswQpd, W. Va.
The men were James Slocum for Hood’s Sarsaparilla
Representative McMillin, ofTen-
bis wife Dec. 31. 188ft; Har-, Fold by dr’vzsr’st.«. $1: for$5. Prepare
nessee, who is one of the most prom
only by u. I Goul) A Co., Apothecarim
Smiler, for murdering his; Lowell, Mafc.
inent candidates for speaker of the
Ilarnev City, OreJ
D. L. «fc N. GRACE. Proprietors,
House of Reprsentatives, has no wife April 3 1889; Joseph Wood, a ' too Doses One Dollar
While not vet in full operation, is doing EVERY VARIETY of Job I rint
ing neatly mid'proiuptly.
doubts about the election of a demo negro, who murdered a fellow la-
J; URNS ADVERTIS E M ENT S.
This office is strictly new in every respect, both type and presses, and skill- :
cratic President next year. Here ; borer in May 1889; and Shibuya
lul printers await employment.
are the reasons he recently gave for i Jugi’o, a Japanese sailor, wh.» brut
Hand in your orders
t . a . M c K innon ,
believing the rsult of the national ally killed a fellow countryman.
For Letter Heads, Note Heads. Bill Heads, Statements, Envel
’The execution of each was in- J W. ASHFORD.
campaign to be a certainty: “Look
opes, Business Cards, Posters, Hand Bills, Calling Cards, up <
at the popular vote oi this country; stantanious and painless. The en
Wedding Cabinets, Funeral Notices, etc.,
Ashford & Boyd,
it i« democraiic ovefwhemingly. tire time consumed in executing
PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS,
All Job Material is fresh, and of best quality. Prices reason.
Stop and think of the long array i t the four men was 1 hour and 23^ B urns .....................................O regon
democratic governors now in power, ' minutes.
and the number of State legislature! Gainsville, Tex.. July 3—Yes- DR. H. IV!. HORTON
we control. All this indicates I terday in the Tribal Circuit C >urt DENTIST................ B urns O regon .
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that the country is democratic, and if the Chickasaw Nation at Tisho- Office Rt residence. Prepared to all kind of
TOIL E T ARTICLES. G LASS , P UTT Y , A c.
that the doctrine of that party is mingo, Smith Paul, aged 8<) ycars. Teeth extracted without pain by aid of gnss.
nearest the public heart and has the his son, Sam Paul, aged 45 rears.
T. V. . EMBREE, M. D.
\V E GRACE P roprietor .
OW i - i - h I hi» re.b'eei e <».. the east lile ot Sil
p iblic confidence; l ut over and and the latter’s son. Joe Paul, aged vii»
Riser. t-t mile» bel.nv Burns.
above all this, the tremendous up 20 years, all promintnt Chickasaw Town Atturuev,
A Large Assortment of
Over Herald Olllee
heaval of last fall in the Congre.-- Indians, were each granted a di
J. NAT. HUDSON,
FUME CUL I RY. MOTIONS, Etc.
i-ional Elections, voicing the con vorce from his wife. The woman
A TTO R N E Y - AT-L A W.
Has just been Received.
demnation by the people of the re- from whom the Grandsire Paul was
publitan tariff measure, puts the divorced is said fo have been his
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
democratic party in a position from sixth wife, she from whom Sam
which it cannot be rooted by all the severed himself being a third wife, B urns .................................. O regon . isr e very thing guaranteed pure and of the very best qualitrB^fl
Collcclions,* I.and l>u~iness. and ilea
PATENT MEDICINES SOLD AT MARKED PRICE
republican governors and legi.-la while the young man, Joe, began • Estate
matter i romptlv attended to.
tores yet to be elected. That was in the steps of his paternal ances
the first great result of a measure try, the woman he set aside being
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horn power in 1S92. Nothing can whom these divorces were granted Pmeti-es in u", the courts of the State.
Also, before he
S. Land Otiice.
prevent our success next yi ar.”
are white women —Republic.
L and M atters a S pecialty .
CHARLES ANDERSON - - -
P roi > riet |1T| i |: i
Ex - Vice-President, Hannil a'
H arney county is rapidly com
TOBSORIAL PARLOR, Ibis House has a wide and well knov. n name, and under the rmanJ Byer
Danger Maine Ju
ing t< the front and her worth as a Hamlin, diiui
PH,lp. im-nt of the present proprietor it is bound to go further up the ladder! come
—.<iiiu agiivultural <■.»»»-»-
attracting «A*—7“—rne outsid<
tame and renown. No pains spared to please guests. .Sure to tJ No ‘j
He was playing predro in tie I
.»• hi railioaus and divers other
to be done satisfactorily.
tonvenit net s tve are at thistimedcT club rooms w hen his head fell for I®~The only place in Burns you
privetl oil. \\ e know this from the ward on his chest. A gentleman
can get baths.
mimerons < omn.unicat ons of in remarked: “The Senator seems to
£W“Good table service, and tables furnished with all market aflwi
quiry rett-iveil at Hiis otiice, but in
Mr. Hamlin said, "I
making inupries < very one seems to do.
b«> interested in the distance we are
A L E S t T t E^A G E N T
The men gathered around him R E HIV
situ;; e I from the railroad.
INuSEII TOWN PROPERTY
Now. it is « enough for us to say and he was taken to a lounge. Dr. REAL ESTATE IN Til E COUNTRY H XNDEED
Buns-Canyon Stage Line.
that we are in civilization
and 1 our Robinson, who was in the next
CORRESPONDENT E SOLICITED
I. J ewitt , P roprietor .
lives and jiropertv are pro!« eled
Burn« on Mondays, Wednesday», and Fridava at 6 a m
h re just the same ; as if we had a room, attended him. and afterwards R»™».................................... Oregon. f»“Coiiuecta Leave»
Good ac ecw
tloZt n railroads
in our midst, and Drs. Mason and Philips were called
tious for passengers.
we can I safely assure Finally he revived somewhat and
W- N. Jorgensen
ail parties contemplating pulling managed to articulate freely. The
up stakes in the old inhabited por doctors worked over him faithfully I
I tons «if our government and emigrat
ing, that erelong the iron horse will
!><• snorting «»ver our valley, and
i e . M c e K inney ,
» o * ww-
parties coming now certainly have but tailed, and he passed awav
Everything in our line of the Best. Liquors-Whiskies, Rrandi« .. — 1
greatly the advantage of those who peacefully at 8:15 p m.
may come utter the advent of the
Wines. I-aney Drinks, etc.. Cigars, etc., always on hand when
Keeley, the metor man. was re
raihoad. For in.'tanee parties buy
you call on “Mack, at Drewsey, Ilarnev county, Or.
ing or taking up land here at its cently interviewed bv a New York
I resent value and after the expira reporter. He said: "I am making
tion of one or not m< re ti a i two a sympathetic harness for the polar
I have Gold J«w?lry in great va-
years the coming of the la.lroad terrestial force—first by exciting riety,
enhances the value of the land ;'»(>
ja,r«'«,nt. and the man who is in
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j , and
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business here at the time suddeuly th at exists in the corpuscular inte - ........ — — Plate/
finds his venture worth double or stitial domain which is concordant plate, ami a few cheap articles in
JNO W. SAYER
it may thriblc, and the stock gian to it; and. second, after thekConcor- gilt for the children. Also, Silver
finds hims« It |'osses.-ed ofland U|H>n dance is established, by negatizing Bangles and other jewelry. I can
not enumerate all, but I try to have
which to pasture and rais« final for
usually kept in this line,
his stock which cost him a mere
on hard . l.,€t
trifle in compaiison to its value concordance, thereby inducing high and all at prices as low as will af
»•bin the railroad gives him quick Velocities with great power by in
purchasing jewelry, call in.
t-ft'ispirtation to market.
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negation, as associated
Call and see me Always at mv
Th ' volie of a com try and Its with the dominant
................ - Again, post, in N. Brown’s building.
udmntag s are quickly seen, felt
n 11 p re«-iati d after« nterprise and take away the sympathetic latent
a or nave tlevel«>p«*d it, i ut then force that all matter is impregnat-
it wi I I«« t o ! ite fi r a gn at many ••<1 with, the connective link be- I r<•»■»!...nir z. 1 UUllUill
Daniel F. Beat
he d K-
who will vainlv regret th«*ir want of tween the finite and the infinite L». M »»hinicton. A<1<lrv»a,
riitlieient ton-tl ought or know ltnlge would be dissociated and gravity
s the |
to take advantage of tl»«- opening would l>e neutralized, thereby bring
p -In 11».
when it was in their power to do ing all visible and invisible nggr> -
gations back it;!«» the great eth-n.
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