East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, July 18, 1891, Image 1

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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, SATURDAY. JULY 18, 1891.
Semi-Weekly Herald,
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HEWS IH BRIEF.
PUBLISHED E VEIt Y WEDNESDAY
AND SATURDAY.
THE NEWS OF THE WORLD AS
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BY
W. C. BYRD a SOU.
ICS
P ublishers
and
CUELE» FHOM EXCHANGES.
P roprietors .
George Francis Train, who is
completing his circuit of the globe
in a race against time, hoped to
complete his trip around the world
in fifty-five days, but this is not
possible as he still has 3,(X)0 miles i
to go.
FUB.8CRIPTION RATES:
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ICO.
One Yen'
..........................
six Mtniths.
Three Months
................
....................
One Y»m in advance)
.■ ' 1 g:__________
Deceinfl
gllEKAI.DCI.ru I.ioT
>pei itii Herald and Harper'- Magazine.
SumbtiiHerakl and Harper's Weekly
Herald and Harper's Bazar
F.00
.1.50
. .75
.2.50
... 5.00
.. 5.20
. . 5.20
Bismark says that unless Von
Munster, the German embassador
at Paris, denies the story reported
by Deblowitz to the effect that the
late Emperor wasdesirous of getting
rid of him and that the advance­
ment of Herbert Bismark, his son,
was a glaring instance of nepotism
in politics, he, Count Bismark, will
challenge the German embassador
to give him satisfaction on the field
of honor.
$2.50 a Year.
GR3A.T RED UC.TION IH PRICES !
==I QUOTE YOU
Dry Granulated Sugar, $ 9.75 per lOOIb
Salt, .........................
2.10 H U
Nails......................... . 7.50 “ keg.
Flour,.......................... . 6.00 “ barrel
Omaha Bacon.........
13.50 “ lOOtb
Coal Oil (Pearl).......
3.00 “ can
11. E. T hompson ,
Manager.
WHOLESALE !
o.
o
1 have just received a full and
complete Stock of Dry Goods,
Groceries, Hardware, Tinware
Notions, etc, which I will sei!
at BEDROCK PRICES FOR
CASH ONLY
Yours Respectfully,
A. ROBBINS
RETAIL ! !
CO.
The leaders, of the Farmers Al
liance move, in Minn., are accused
HFNTINGTON, .
............... OREGON.
of an outrageous swindle which is
likely to cause a rupture in the or-1
g&nization in tha» state. There has
been a great reduction in the price
We are now located in the New Brick Block, with plenty of room,
It is reported that the black r - ¡of twine in that state the last year
occupying three iloors, and each floor loaded With JrOO^S
public, of Hayti, is likely to be the (or two which thè farmers supposed
IIEHSJ
scene of another bloody rebellion.
Will maintain our former rules: SgUar3 Dealing. Olie PriCf.
was brought about through the ac-
ÍA D V EKT 181 NG RATES :
Such is the bitter hatred and oppo­
sr Ad “1 " k 2 wk 1 mo J 3 mo 6 mo
1 yr
sition to Hvppolite that an outbreak 1 tion of the alliance. Later devel-1
We buv Hour, Meats, Stock Salt, Barb Wire, -Liverpool Salt,
opements show conclusively that
ID. | Inch T1 if «2.50
oo fx no $11.00 I 115.00 is likely to occur at any time.
18.00
28.(0
3 ou
4 00
0 50 12 o'
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died to|| 2
Our lùices are LOW.
40 00 Many residents are so fearful of im­ the alliance traders bought a cheap Canned Goods, and Coal Oil in CAR LOADS.
3 o 5.00
3.00 15.00 24.00
a
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50.00
4
6 DO 10 00 *20 00 32.00
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pending
insurrection
they
are
leav
­
eg aid si. *4 C°E
article
of
sisal
twine,
at
a
very
low
28
00
48.00
54.00
9 in) 15.00
a
and ik 'i “
SEND FOR QUOTATIONS ! !
12 Yil 11. 00 2S.00 48.00 80.00 120.00 ing in all haste.
ex«k. 1 ••
rate, and had it colored the color of
20. uo :>o oo 40.00 00.00 110.00 140.00
phair
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
‘Cord kt . j SI
Chevenne, Wyo., July 7.—Por­ the pure manilla, the best twine in
the
<4 otnSH|
JOB WORK
Prprietors Huntington Warehouse.
tions of Cheyenne county are being the market, anu sold it to the far
Yours Respecfullv,
mers
fur
pure
manilla,
thereby
mak-
I
.1. IL AITKIN, Mamigt r.
overrun
by
grasshoppers.
A
strip
lit»-.
every description executed with neatness
i
r J!*’ and despatch, at reasopiable rates.
ing
an
enormous
profit
at
the
ex-i
of country ten miles wide is com­
Pamphlets
Punters,
laiki- Circulars,
i pletely hidden from view’ by the in , pense of the fat trier.
Letter Heads,
Bill lhacta.
bv ibjEnvetopee
Note Heads,
t arda. Tickets,
tai, E - •■‘tatemeuts.
sect*. They settle on railroad tracks
Dodgers, Etc.
Invitations.
lited n;lliini>mtli!i.
The farmers ire very indignant
t n:til
As vet they
Portland Boot & Shoe Store.
T he H b R a LD is kept regularly on file for re and impede trains.
and there is a f tir showing for the |
ference, In i lie Geo. I’. Rowell Newspaper Ad have done no damage to crops as
ertising Bureau, 10 Spruce st., sew York.
LINABÜRGA FRY, P roprietors , B urns , O regon .
they are to voting. By thetime they ; whole organiza’itm in the state to
are able to fly they will be well out succumb in the storm that has been
, L it i . i ai . i » ire < T ory
-I 3,0 03 g.,ol the ver, beet ..i.lll., jn.l rvevlve-l
of Wyoming into Kansas.—East raised.
Cheapest Place in Town for Cash.
O.-cg
nan.
.
i the
-
Magaz.: Herald and Harper's Young People . 3.75
bindit., Herald and Alden's .Manifolil Cyclopedia, .2.90
rcceii'
Each additional volume after Vol. 1, 55 cents; I
r bitali
10 eenta extra ver volume, postage.
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^SF“Co»iea of all t he above works can be ex-
[ a'nlned at leisure in the Reading Room
for Vi.
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Publishers of periodicals are solicited
end clubbing
tO Seiko
ciuoeins rates,
raiw, a
u copy
.-ii,.' of
"I their work for
‘ r <.ur Free Rending Room—W i file, and bind the i
id eh latter at fioae of every half volume, end vsv n
eopiea by advertisement.
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An exchange says that Texas
has a Ilog for governor, a Pig for
judge, a Lamb for senator, a Dur­
ham for representative and a Buf­
falo for sheriff.
national :
Benjamin H ir riso
Levi P. Morton
.hunt s G. Blaine
Charles Ft st er.
JuhnW. Noble
Red lit Id Proctor
Benjamin F. ^raeex
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Jeremiah M
1 Rusk
Win h . h
. .John Wan make
ear. t’rcFident
riptkri -Vice PreMilent
kt lint¿ReiTi-iary of State
secretary of Treasury
klT,f secretary of Interior
Secretary of W ar
•;
secretary <if Xa\ y
“tSeiTetarv ef Agt¡culture.
.
Attorney Be> oral
•¡’■■u fostmaster General
Aino, Custom work and Repairing neatly done.
YEARS XSt EXPERIENCE
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Net WonKressma11
—Governor
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Secretary of Stale
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Treasurer
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fupt. l'ublir Instruction
Jiate Printer
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a rmeupreme Jm'.ges
it tot i wMf
leinri fl
niKTii jcnitij
trai"O!«trict Judge
tort ‘Omtriet Au. uy
i „Wlvint-Kepreta dative
is aMoint-beuaii'
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for all Dis-^r
J. N. Dolph
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J. H Mitchan
R. ¡Huger Hurrnenn
D.Sylvester Feu noyer
W.
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Phil. Metpuhim.
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SOCIETIES.
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LODGE. NO. 77, I. O O F.
— Meet*fl< nld Feli.rus 11 s : ( verv .-H’nrilnv
30 p m,
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BVBM8— VALU
I depart* daily, Hundt' « excepted.
MURNi*—< * MYOM CITY
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BAILEY A CALDWELL,
Proprietors.
I
Jjwhoan;-/i£/iuc'US.1r)d■
the scorti cf their ■
Tilellowi and th- can- n
Etcnipt of frÍ3Dé3 and 3
f compttnlone, J ■■■:• i.- to
#all parents,
Æpossinr »f nc-
own Exclusive
nJ i;>ncc3 will
i., tbcu.
fou VOU|xM>»wk
Don’t- brood over your condition, nor irtro up In dcspafr I
Thousands of tko Wor.-t C.i3is have yielucd to our HOME
TREATMENT, ns sot fortbin our woNDCftFUt eoox, wiikli we
eeud sealed, pott paid, FREE, for a limited time. Gtr/TTO-CXf.
Remember, nooneelsemis tho methods, appliances and experi­
ence that we emrloy, and we claim tho hquopoiy of uniform
success. E rie M edical C o .. 64 N iaoara S t ., B uffalo . N. r.
A Cure for the .Ailments of Man and Dca.t_
[RNEY POS T NO. 49, g . A. r .
r-r 1st and*.I Wednesday of each
odd Felleiwa' Hal!. All Comrades
nding invited.
M. M. BRIERI.Y, P. C.
iwell . Ad’j't.
Meh 1—16
WfMümdayB. Fridays.6pm.a
Thursday ta Haturéaj à
n
«1N0DS
Mexican
Mustang
Liniment.
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2,000 References. Name this paper when you write
I M.D WILSON pastor.
tt be preaching by the pastor in each
Nlow s. until fur:her notice*
lb—Buri a—ar 11 a m, and 4:30 p m
Ih—Island S< hool House— at 11 a m
L —Harney—at 7
p m.
h—Burns—<1 11 a m, and 4:30 pm
th— Harney—at 11 a in, and 7:L0p m
•THS
I
[ hone Fjwwvn,
♦r nB*r*e1 |c'l« cwwl
fruarantoo to%
it tucy cur.V
STTREO. OUl^
method and ap-.
afford
a CUliLl
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• • •
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I yt le Ho» ard.
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’ 1! ■< llvol Supe irintendent
\\lytock lnspei or
e
• MEM »
n
Who have weak cr(/A’-5f
'UEVELOPEtl, or diwaSÄlg"
organs, who aro sufler-S
.r ■ : i rom rmuC-F round
anti rm y r.xccsscsor r <
W m . M illfk
.W. E. G rack
T. H. K ohekts
T. A. M c K innon
A. A. < oo iso
W. E. ALRKRSON
( HAS. Ng A F.l.L
Tilos. G. Doli.'os
J’rvaBUrur
, .»urvevur
'ominiMion' is
j
R
..unty Jndg..
TIVE METHODS, that S
'%^and Control,
orders of ■
’J In the Use of CURA-
* we Alone own^*
STATE—oKtuu.s :
I«
G eneral M erchandise ,
\ long-tested pain reliever.
I ls use is almost universal by the Housewife, the Farmer, the
Stock Raiser, and by every one requiring an effective
liniment
No other application compares with it in efficacy.
’.'his well-known remedy has stood the test of years, almost
generations.
No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of M ustang
L iniment .
Occasions arise for its use almost every day.
All druggists and dealers have it
The Proprietors of the Red Front and White Front Livery Sta­
bles assures the public that they are prepared to accommodate
in every wav in their line of business.
atr Hav and grain constantly on hands, and careful hands.
Passengers taken to all parts of the country. Job Wagon in connection.
Burns JXÆoeit
SMITH & RICHARDSON, Proprietors.
We wish to inform the pub-
We solicit a «hare of
lie that we have again open­
the patronage.
ed at the old starni and
applied with good meat»
The
Shop
Incorporated
NORTHWESTERN MAIL
TRANSPORTATION Company.
C. C. McCoy, General Manager,
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Stages leave Burns, Oregon, daily for Harney, Dreweey, B cu I m H,
Westfall and Vale, where
Close Connection is Made
with the railroad.
Good fresh horses, careful drivers, new vehicles.
RATES OF FARE FROM BURNS To ONTARIO ANB INTERVENING POINTS
Burnt, to Ontario
910.0» I
Burnii to Vale
|9.50
“
•* Grove City
» 50
W • M b al I
7.5O
••
•• Beulah
6 00 I
“
•• Drewtey
4 (W>
••
•• Bine Greek
2 50 |
•’
•• Harney
LOO
Baggage, SOIbs to each Passenger. Frieglit and Passenger« muat
•»e way-biRed. I ~ ’asHengcr fare paid in advance.
N eri A cki . es ,
J. M. V auohm
H arry F m » yi >,
. Division Agent.
Burri« Aggirai
Gen. Sup’t.