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the fact that he received substan of the other candiates to catch
tial aid from men who had no in him. Al] the new lumbers, espec
WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 2. 1891.
terest in him except mere acquaint ially those who.-hail'om the West,
anceship. was a good recommenda feel kindly disposed > Mills and
W. C. BY RD
The boy, in a fit of passion, i will vote for him on the ground
committed a deed that he after that their election totb House was
Best quality of Beer, Win©, Liquors and Cigars,
T he John Day Sentinel criticises wards bitterIY repented of, and -his chiefly due to the spleriid work he
most unmercifully the verdict in friends rejoice that the law did not did for tariff reform in tie elections
ALWAYS ON HAND.
of November a vear ago when the
the Church murder case. The jury deal more harshly with him.”
great political cyclone kneked the
returning a verdict of man-slaugh
MIXED DRINKS A SPECIALTY.
T he Sherman-Foraker fight in Republicans higher that Gelroy’s
ter. This decision of the jury, the
»Sentinel say, “was a surprise to Ohio may result in disrupting the kite. It is understood tiat when
^^"Gentlemanly courtesy extended to all. Call and see me.
many familiar with the facts of the cabinet before Mr. Blaine’s Presi- the first break in the caucis comes
the _ dential aspirations doeB it. It is not,the supporters of Bynum aid Hatch
case,” and further says: • •‘ _ I,/
face of all the evidence in this case a secret in Washington that Blaine will go to Mills, which wil elect
it is a mystery to us how any sei of dislikes Sherman and that the feel-1 b*m b'’ a large majority,
twelve men could be induced to ings ¡8 cordially returned, nor is it
suppress conscience as to render a that Mr. Harrison has long ago
verdict that almest approves of this I thr°wn the administration’s influ-1
cold blooded act.” The Sentinel ence to Sherman. To add insult to,
Van, Nov. 27, 18)1.
declares it was cold blooded, pre injury Mr. Harrison treated For
DRUGS MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES,
meditated murder. as was ever com- aker in such a brusque manner a1 Hauling wood seems to be the
STATIONERY, DIAMOND DYES, CHOICE PERFUMES
mited by mortal man, and goes on few days since when he called at Order of the day.
& FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, TOBACCO, CIGARS ETC.
to stute that the only excuse the the White house to pay his respects
Mr ChaR Anderson, of Burns,
jury could possibly have for doing that the firey Ohioan took himself has been visiting his nephew J. H.
Fine Wines & Liquors fcr Medical Purposes
as they did, was the weakness in off in a huff, and went to Mr. Blaine, i Anderson. We learn that he start
the prosecution, which was a worse his friend, for consolation. Last ed for home Wednesday.
fWPrescriptions accurately compounded.
outrage of common decency than week Secretary Foster raised a big
Miss Maine Vilott returned home
the verdict itself. No effort was row in the Ohio republican associa
week after a few weeks visit
made to net the strongest witnesses tion, which contains many friends
FOR.YOUR FLOUR, GO TO THE
her sister Mrs. J. H. Ander
for the prosecution, those that were ot Foraker, by - making - a speech
examined the prosecuting attorneys favor of the re election of Sherman, son.
did not try to bring out the strong Mr Blaine doesn’t like this and it is
P. M. at Van was authorized Nov.
points, but seemed more inclined believtd that he is bringing all the 14 to advertise for bids for carrying
to encourage the attorneys for the personal influence he can command the mail on the Van and Drewsey
Prairie City, Oregon.
PORTER BRO’S. Proprietors,
defense in entangling the witnesses in Ohio to Foraker’s aid, a id that route from Jan. 1st to July 1st
as much as possible. \\ <• give be- Foraker is to reciprocate next year, 1892.
low what the Canyon City News
says of the matter:
Could not have had a finer day
Mit. Mills has the lead fbr the for thanksgiving.
“Malcolm Church had a previous
good character proFen for him. and Speakership at this time, and his
V. A. N. I. T. Y
friends think it impossible for any
TOILET ARTICLES, GLASS, PUTTY, Ac.
P ra IR1E C ity R oller M ill
DRUGS. MEDICINES, PAINTS, BRUSHES
HIGH APPPiTA i
It pays to make honest, pure goods.
excellence for the past forty years.
A Large Assortment of
FINE CU I LtKT.nu i lOWS. Etc.
Has just been Received.
Take the success of Dr. Price’s
PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDE©
Cream Baking Powder that has maintained its standard for purity and
W. E GRACE P roprietor ,
Everything guaranteed pure and of the very best quality.
PATENT MEDICINES SOLD AT MARKED PRICE.
It is the oldest and now the only
Pure Cream Tartar Powder to be obtained.
Dr. Price has spent almost
his whole life perfecting it, and enjoys the distinction of being the only
physician that has devoted his tune entirely to perfecting the articles
of human food that bear his name—a name and a reputation synony
mous with pure food preparations throughout the land.
Here arc the indorsements of the United Cooks and the Pastry-
Cooks’ Association of the United States.
What higher praise,
ATTENTIVE AND GOOD TABLE SERVICE
AND TABLES WELL SUPPLIED
Members of these asso a*
tions are the chefs and cooks of the leading hotels, restaurants, cl >s
and. see ns,
•nd private families, and certainly no higher commendation could >e
These ladies spare no pains to please their guests
officers, whose signatures are given, are all men who have gi en
dignity and character to their profession.
MESDAMES MORRELL & ALLEN,
found for an article of daily use in the practical culinary art, like t it
of baking powder.
Here is what they say:
Burns-Canyon Stage Line.
I. J ewitt , P roprietor .
This is to Certify, That the Cooks of this Asso<
tion, and its members, have used Dr. Price’s Cream Baki
Powder and recommend its use in preference to all others.
For quick raising and fine cakes, pastry, etc., it has
equal. It is free from ammonia, lime or alum. The m
perfect Baking Powder made.
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. I-et™ Burn* on Monday», Wednesday», and Friday* at 6 a. m
<•" onneet. »1th the Ontario. Prineville, and Lakeview
¿Burn». Good aeeo—.
tlona for passenger».
T he D rewsey saloon
i e M c K inney ,
E'' U'ine* F °Ur n"e °f th® Be8t‘
ancy rinks, Cigars, etc., always on hand when
vou call on “Mack,” at Drewsey, Harney county, Or.
Burns ZE^hotograuh G-allerv,»
W. H CANADAY,
P ropri rroB.
Nothing but first class nicturp. ,
Give me a call.