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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 8, 1891)
BECAUSE IT GOES
BEFORE THE PUB
PUBLISHED VEERY WEDNESDAY
W. C. BYRD a SON
P roprietors .
NEWS IN BRIEF.
NEWS OF THE WOULD AS
I’ULED FROM exihangf . s .
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES I
In Webb City, Mo., John Thomas
an old man who has devoted some
time to the study of electricity, was
found dead in his workshop July
29, having killed him self in order
to test the correctness of his theory
of electrocution. His theory was
to place one electro tube over the
pit of the stomach anti the other on
the back, passing the current thro’
the great ganglion of the pneumo-
gastric nerve, eau/ing instant par
alysis of the heart and lungs. When
found he had constructed an ingen
ious apparatus and tin strength of
the current was stiown to be only
12(H) volts. Thera was no burn or
■I QUOTE YOU
Dry Granulated Sugar. $ 9.75 per 100th I have just received a full and-
complete Stock of Dry Goods,
Nails, .......................... 7.50 h keg. Groceries, Hardware, Tinware
6.00 u barrel Notions, etc , which 1 will sell
Omaha Bacon............ 13 50 u 1001b at BEDROCK PRICES FOR
Coal Oil (Pearl).........
can CASH ONLY
H. E. T hompson ,
Ninety-r.ine women out of every
hundred who stand before the mar
riage altar and promise to love and
HERALD CLUB LIST
honor and cleave to the husbands of
terahl and Harper's Magazine.,
their choice, “in sickness or in
erald and Harper’s Weekly
RETAIL ! I
ierald and Harper's Bazar
5.20 health,” in adversity and prosperity,
leriild and Harper's Young People
erald and Alden’s Manifold < 'yclopedia. -.!'<• through thick and through thin,
jFiich additional volume after Vol. I, SB cent»:
■ 10 cent» extra uer volume, postage.
mean exactly what they say, ami
fSF-' ■<>pie»of all the above works can be ex they’ll do it with or without encour
amined at leisure ill the Reading Room
agement or corresponding fidelity
jTV*Publishers of periodicals are solicited on the part of their husbands.
isend clubbing rates, a copy of their work for
ir Free Reading Room—We tile, mid bind the wonderful bow a women will cling
Iter at close of every half-volume, pod v«v <. j
►pies bv advertisement.
occupying three Moors, ami each tloor loaded With gOO^S.
to a man who is unkind, untrue,
unfaithful and cruelly abusive.
Will maintain our former rules: SquaTS Dolling. One Price.
A Brutal Ursliand
will hang oti to him and be true
1 mo 3 mo 6 mo |?yr
PACE j 1 wk 2 wk
i to him in a manner that will make
Inch »1-50 » 2 50 15.00 »N 'tO| $11.00 »15.00
We buy Flour. Meats, Stock Salt, Barb Wire, Liverpool Salt,
lit go hard with him on the day of
I 3 50
H.00 15.00 t 24.00
Goods, and Coal Oil in CAR LOADS. Our Paices are LOW.
6 00 10 00 20.00 ! 32.00
1 4 50
j judgement if he does not repent of
col, I 6.00 !» 00 15 00 2K.00 1 48.00 54.00
1 12.00 16 00 2S 00 4S 00 1 80.00 120.00
I bis sins before that time. I met
1 20.00 30 00 40.00 00.00 1 110 00 140 (X)
SEND FOR QUOTATIONS ! !
is found, there will be a long rope
| one of these faithful wives down
and a short tdtrift. King married
| town on the afternoon of one of those
a beautiful young woman a year
Prprietors Huntington Warehouse.
I raw, cold days we have in Mav.
f every description executed with neatness
but soon begin treating her
J. 11. AITKIN, Manager.
nd despatch, at reasonable rates.
Iler husband is a big, surly, hate
with great brutality. Last week he
l etter Heads,
ful, bull-dog sort of a creature, who
Note Heat's, Cards. Ticket»,
set a spring gun in her trunk, ex-
deserves to be tied to a whipping
pectins it would kill her. The gun
T he H erald is kept regularly on file for re post everyday of his life,
only snapped, and then he made
irenee, ill the Geo. 1’. Rowell New »paper A<i
Portland Boot & Shoe Store.
speaks a kind word to her. He
rtising Bureau. 10 Spruce »t.. New York.
her the victim of some viilainess
LUNABURGA ERY, P roprietors , B urns , O regon .
never spends an evening with her
abuse. She eseajted. ami he was
He begrudges her every one of the
put in jail. Last night a mob $3,000 StockBoota and Sli.ie», of the very beat fuility, Just received
few dollars he gives her. He finds
roke down the J”ors and took him
Cheapest Place in Town tor Cash,
Levi P. Morton
CuaUua work <Cid Repatront-“vw-v, .
caped, running the gauntlet of a
Janie» G Bitline
feretary of State
Charles Feeler. one ever heard her speak his name
lerettry of Treasury
hundred shots.— East Oreg nian.
John W. Noble in other than the most respectful
fretary of Interior
¡eretary of War
Benjamin F. Tracey land kindlv and even affectionate
ïeretarv of Navy
Haging Flan -.
Jeremiah M. Rusk
ecretary of Agriculture,
Win. H. Miller : way.
The morning of the day I refer to
Sonhra. Cal , July 27 —The forest
! J. 11 Mitt han had been mild and sunny, but it fire has assumed large proportions
. S. Senators
BAILEY & CAI-DWELL,
Herinemi had become very raw and cold and
ind has destroyed tb -marbk works.
. .R. . 'Geo .........
ecretary of State
a drizzling rain was falling. Hei It Bwept over MePb -rsoti's place,
J. B. McElroy angelical busband’s
upt. Public Instruction R
nea i leaving ruin in its wi:ke. It next
. K. S. Bean. my own and when I
she •wept over P. M. Triest’s. J. C.
> Wm. P. Lord
) W. W. Thayer said:
Keefe’s, the Cold Springs ami sever
Rhi-ubin S Stralnn
al other places, all of which sue
SIXTH Jt’HICIAL HtsTKlcT:
M. D. CLIFFORb office, but he is out and the door is climbed to the destructive element
C has . F. H yde
D. 8. D ustin locked, and I want him to have his Then the Columbia brewerv was
'l'lie Proprietors of the Red Front and White Front Livery Sta
.(D) H enry B lackman
overcoat. He came down town this dtstroyed. From here the fire
bles assures the public that they are prepared to accommodate
COUNTY—H ABN F.Y :
in every way in their line of business.
W m . M ii . lef .
bounty u adge
jfMF*l!av and grain constantly on hands, and careful hands.
.W. E. G racr afraid he would take cold that 1 is near and partly around Colum
H. R obert »
taken to all parts of the country. Job Wagon ir. connection
ID) T. A. M c K innon brought it to him.
Would von be bia. Men front this place havegone
A. A. CO > ING
. .(D). W. E. A lderson kind enough to let me leave it in to lend their services toward help-
C has .N k .. ell
School Superii.ten- nt ,(R)
T hus . G. D odson vour office and I ll slip a note under i 'ng to save Columbia, and still the
W k . A ltnow
Hr I cry comes fore more help—S. F.
Lytle Howard. his duor telling him whereit is.
'D? ( ,
will be almost certain to take cold - Examiner.
solicit a share of
We wish to inform the pub-
HARNEY ü. S. LAMI OFFICE:
J. 15. HUNTINGTON without it.”
..H arrison K elley
the patronage. Shop
President in I Forecasts.
lie that we have again open-
Now that woman had ridden over I
two miles in a damp and muddy and
upplied with good meata
It is unlikely that Mr. Blaine’s ed at the old stand and
crowded horse car, to bring that
URNS METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH sort of a man his overcoat.
When condition will i^w be made known.
M.D. WILSON Pastor.
I gave it to him I casually remarked But it is unreasonable to suppose
There will be preaching by the pastor in each
month as follows, until further notice*
that she was a jewel, but I don’t that he will be a candidate for the
1st r a «bath—Burnt—at 11 a m, and 4:30 p m
nomination. If this
2d Hiobai h—Iliana School House— at 11 a tn think that he gave any thought to Presidential
—Harney—at 7:30 p m.
3d Sabbath—Burn*— it 11 a m, and 4:30 pm her touching evidence of affection assumption be correct, there is no
4th Sabbath—Harney—at 11a in, and 7:i>0p m
for him. He will some day, in this doubt that the President will be re
wortd or in another —Detroit Free nominated. Except Mr. Blaine, he
has as yet no serious competitor.
HARNEY LODGE. NO. 77, LOO F.
C. C. McCoy, General Manager,
Should Mr. McKinley be elected in
Meets at odd Fellow* Hall, every Saturday
H, M H orton , N. G.
A treaty of reciprocity has been Ohio by a large majority, he might
Ben Brown, Tree«
Stages leave Burns. Oregon, daily for Harney, Drewsey, Beulah,
successfully consummated lietween be preMed. But the probability is
WeMfall and Vale, where
harney pos t no . e, g . a . r .
that the President will be the more
Meet« every l»t and* Rd Wednesdav of each the United States and San Domingo.
Close Connection is Made
month, ai odd Feilowa’ Hall. All Comrade* The treaty was negotiated by Man available candidate, anti that he will
in K<>od«tatiding invited.
Good fresh horses, careful drivers, new vehicles,
M. M. BRIEFLY. P. C.
la.- placed upon a platform of the
RATES OF FARE FROM BURNS TO ONTARIO AND INTERVENING POINTS:
has . N ka - rll , Ad’j’t.
MehlK-16 uel J- Galvin, minister plenipotenti
Burns, to Ontario
>10 0^ |
Burn« to Vale
ary and envoy extriordinary on the McKinley tariff, reciprocity, the late
- Weal Fall
•* Grove city
ft 50 I
part of San Domingo, and John W.
U. S. MAILS.
** Pine <*teek
Foster, special commissianer, on
Baggage, 30lta to each Passenger. Frieght and Passengers must
Arrive* and depart» daily, Sunday» excepted.
the part of the United States. The versy, and the good work of the
be way-billed. Passenger fare paid in advance.
N eri kles ,
J. M. V aihgn
treaty was signed June 4, and will
Te»Mond«t» Wedne»<la>». Friday»,6pm.a
Tuesday« Tbnraday » a Saturday» IO i AM o .
go into effect September 1.
hie Year (in advance)
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