East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, November 08, 1893, Image 7

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— We ’inve Traili’ City :i mr
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-- R if .s Hutchinson, one of the
—* \ tie I low a k I i> i .i.p'à.-
ci'nr.t', paupers, died at the poor
meat market on (lie prop.: . r
pk- 't-.V-’A.irk? ’i vm’ceV” ' WH , v .
i.;. lit » i i t/y’i lay of general debility.
nitb'lvMitorda; ai'^t V-m'-'d ' —Cabbage for sale bv Sam King
three'"V PiS'fi’rr ■ ki'u'V'*• ’ i<:l.»t., ' :>1 ’ wo .cents a pound. Now is tin
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SUga’rh'n A‘?'l 'M’Nr- MT'. ?7.L r : q'ij,.!. s time
M.gqp' your supply for
lard, i r'. uHf’FHiti’ê?
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wink.r. . ha ••■ -.* •
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at low figures
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—We stepped in the other
ning for a q ;< t ••,» <t. ' with
neighbor W. N. Jorg rfif-ih,
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COPPER RIVETED
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Notice of Pissululicu
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— Hnw'is' t!!(i politick j» this ' —ThCtiuest display of lamps we
The co-partnership befWvili M.
c'CYilit /?' H'-s YFi'e <b mo* < dir pvt V have ever seen in our town, is at
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Brenton and J \\
so.'heo.nt.Jove ajut -r ;7’O.i i r lieI t'h‘> • filini vate store of I’ll is.‘
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— Dr. Mcl’heeters has moved into ..
The.
Lamps of all shapes. V as »Iissol veil ()et I
• ! pripçit ltj^.ÿf ,the na-t\ • i il* ite in.i Vu'fftly:’
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the MN. Fegtly residence.
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Brenton
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fuzi'S'-rin.i p:no'riis. Cail an! e» x
an e-Jiort hiietjUïldtKh: supremacy if)
i . sizeR'frind'patterns.
and J. W. Buchanan White Front.
amvAb A r \ ourselves. '
— Dance at the Caldwell hall thoVdaniyTrare we sb prijudie
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—'.\t> ' !< etric ear ran off the East l.iverv mid I eed Stuoie Burns
Friday evening end basket supper regardiii*! siwimh and j" fsonal » in-.
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lire M. 11 Brenton is now sole
at Mrs. Johnson’s restaurant.
terest as to jeopiirdiz.* the su' ce -s
,,t the Madison street bridge at
piopiietor of said barn ami all oil!-'
I Port'làÀÀl on lhe morning of the 1st
■ -^-Ralp.hjC Geer is now at Van­ of the partv ?
ANY NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
a
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'.ifisL arid
an*! plunged into the Wiliam
couver running a Hardware Store.
—A. J. McKinnon opened
The H erald joins hi nifity friends j blacksmiths shop, this week, oppo-,. ette’r.v» . I>v which four persom i
in wishing bi n success
site the .(ql<<j'k..’tj.<!ffiiee. He is pre­ [ lost their i'rves
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r P FISIIEK, N’EWSr.» l‘ER ADVERTISING
—The, .’V sassi nation of Mayor
L*. Agent, 21 .Merchants' Exchaiigi-.Ean Frati-
—Henderson Elliott’s freigh pared to tlinyll kind .of work done
«Mco.isoar authorized agent. This paper is .
. Ibis had Harrison, by a crank, is m other
team loaded with groceries for J in slmp^jinynpptrv
(«pt on file in his jtlii e.
several
years
experience
and
asks ^warning, to men in public lifq who
Durkheimer came in last Saturday
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j his friends and the citizens of the soften receive threatening letters. to
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er-Chaw.' Frye staried to the rail­ town and vicinity to give him a j be on their guard, for tfrnnks win n
Local News
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road again last Sundav, with his ( trial he thinks he cali give general
theyflm.aten only wait an *.oppor
—Miss Ella Whiting is quite freight team after more goods fori
satii’aetimhbtith in work and prie*1» ■t unit v"to 'perpetrate ' their fiei di>h
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J. Durkheimer.
sick.
—It is hardly possible to esti
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—\V. Y. King is on the sick list
— Rrcevrf Kelley received a' mate the'iiicofrvenience and extra
—-Frii'i/ll BoWbrs. who some time
! letter from the commissioner of the! expenditure of money and time,
this week
i since, uni'oi 1'iinately, ent! his leg
office Washington City, saying the consolidation of this
who
it is that
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a nd La- with an adz,ilyliile at work on
begrudges us our little land office? | a letter was there on file recommend--Grande hud offices, will cause tie I towel ¡¿(I the site of the artesian
the consolidation of the Burns ( gettlers ,)f,h|S C(Hinty. We certain­ . is agl»in aide tmbe iircfutrd and
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—Thanksgiving one of these,
and La Grande Land offices.
ly think t,ha*. Vuole Sam has mon pects in a daV
two
go to work
davs. No Turkey ¡it our house.
poor at fife saim(‘ place, but he hopes n it
—The extra session of Congress regard for the unfortunate p.....
—Skating rink at the Young adjourned on the afternoon ot the- map waqlj^g.71 J.u.une .tkr himself with si|bi|pr result.*.:
Hall.Adelot Racine and Ed Moore I
3rd ir.st. The 1 resident signed the and faiiiilv],.,then to alb w a move
proprietors.
i Chinese exclusion bill;-; •extending ' ment of fjiiy.) a nntiire vyhich can | —Dr. Marsden left our town for
his ftiture home, Baker Ci tv last
—Miss Ollie Frye is an apt schol for “ix months the time in which only bem/B^thy laud grabbers i .and Thursday.
The Dr. has many
ar in learning the art of setting Chinese ' can register under /the give turni ,a st H. Latte •■ opportunity .frintidH hero, who regret his depart
t >dispose^ the ..ctuai setjh r am! tire, .a nd'hope the change will head
type.
Geary law.
vernmcitit,.,.
—Every citizen of this town and |al|,‘ M1<?
—Cal Geer tv as called to his
I’amhngeous’tO him ¡Vh l'th it he will
<A8 THE largest circulation
All acemmts
n o w ¿1 0 m e,
imist bo fs tied
satisfewtox'i 11 y
on or E^eforo
Decoin» 1
siai.ding aeeo’in's are ’livable to
him oeL , ai d he also iirsiim»»s a II
it lit I t< dm ss of the ti: in up to ili«1
. foresail! date.
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! ' IN YOUll OM N II ANP.
!’•' ; m a«!inn«- to teli wbat tlie line« In yonr
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lo v.i: i ohi ivill in-
Elicli 1IHAI lil.l'.T
, - voli iltiiiy o-ir». Wi 1 uiiiikud LINI'. l'F
! ' i d •iniie» l.nili» |'<> o i ; clear LINE oF
Fu:- 1" ' f ■ ■>:• or ri< li « Boih comblned meno
, . In ir; l.iit lini inn-t I eep ni' « fili modi rii
i i i- lo «c in i. Voti ivl'l litui l'enty <>t lliere in
i ' h l'.iiiiily Ma r.. :•
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t , .t evcry ni-ni 'er of tlie faniily 1« etijer-
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\ wcil • (hTiiii-d 1.15E OF 111;\1.'l'II
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< \’)ii doctoi’M* bill»; t-o vili thv hcmlii iiluti*
iti 1? • u »rcNc’t. No ot » r inngiizh e p. biglie» «o
fihi si .ri* k hi Int'Tiht ili«* Ionie circi»'. You^ill
’•ubjt'ci to estreme» <>f I i :li
hit® or dcKpoiKl-
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if v dii li ivi * tho <<!I’’>! E OF V 1.v l > eli
ni i l.(’(j
tip v >ur * p ili’* !•' luiving Ih'n.or • m ' i I
M.i'i?, uc lo r<’ni
B > eu1 >“» rlblt ji t<> il fot
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I l 'tii a III ruru v«‘ u 'j tlici v of ex(ilii'**lo w<»rl>
<»f '». i: vr I ik ». bcthlt •* thè mii »< ri» pr» minili pi«'ture.
L’x J.’Inr'tc < ’ l in u J). i-\ !” nliit li h- u mo»i a t< fti
bAhr. miti et|’i I t<> thè oli ' <*l <»il p:>inting M iii< h
comi «¡3 mi ; ,*oii| 5’ou wi I li.n a ningnenie tli»«t < hhihi I
.e qui «•<! by niiy in tlw uo I<1 f<>r II** be?»u Iful
¡1 i-•-•.».¡>r. ; ar . r-ubj ’v l nruK’i. i! ni wtil kt p
voli p<>Ht<‘il »ni ‘ili thè topie® of thè rìtiy, u* ’i all tlie
lai“ io d d’ircent itrin- of ibtrie®t Hb.iit tbr
ti . t <'lio’<| b.-ttli s funi -hlo? iotercrtinr reudm«
ti’.Ht’ir, hot’, ^riivn nitd pav. for ilio vhole fnui’h ;
pini wlilie !><• iiore-t’® i hot h fashion n nciirlti’S
Hrif inhion pii ’ h uro re» f» < t, 9» «ì y< u Cf»’t w.'tli it,
froo of co-*t, fili tlie pai!'m- V ti wi li to iim * ('tulli?
thè vt ir. nini iti nny »
voti eh o-r s< n<l in
vonr • tibnrrptio.ì ut ot < • . oh y f ? OD. nti<ì Vou "ili
! tilv "i .. <T « ’5 n» I • \ m’ A -Ir« "»• tl < puh*
li-li< r. W. Jennlnp’* l»ciii(.r<'• t. lr'
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if voti n • cu ic<]iiaini.'(l v ifh the
M ri Hm'. «e* (ì for a wprt i'. • il (*opv A InrpeB-
R'. Gl.!' inr«n« l’'h*>’t; n i »»•«».. ’l’K ! \ \ I
ZeiK'iKHit v loii,r FUCM'I DIVI' h»N
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n in hi- n. ; t’.n’ofsy'ri !!Ni, pni.l
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f pl.-mlttr- MM.’Si ui t (•;
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t mi ;
love of p! ii‘'ire ; and MFI<< T H i.
Im,
• re. 1’ ke Olir »»hi"'
ni» »ve tl» <1 V’U
Ai i» -.ire to po.Ili lot Ul)d morii valili»hi*
lUillit v.
lather’s home in the Willamette county should interest himself to! — I’-ni.l Akfrely, a voii'p’ràbout 17 stieedlv build up a lucrative practice
•iu tba't’citf’V'iind ;vi'eitiilV.
Valley a few days since, by the prevent if possible the consolida II years »if agi*, wa»
I I ing charged with stealing a pair o( ■
sickness of his father.
lion of this land oilice and the La
We understand there are about
J boots from the L ot and shoe stori
Grande
office.
Remember
every
thirty ! larneyites, big, little, old
—Samuel Kenyon returned last
11 ; p( < i.rs t he' lio V
•and voun r, residing in our town
Monday from the John Day coun­ dollar spent in going '»» La Grande, I of Ge»i Fry. I
stole the boqts and traded the same They talk of holding t reunion t h is
try, where he went to purchase jf the move is successful, is taken
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¡at the skatngrink for tickets, The winter. We presume they will have
fruit for home consumption this out of the county, and niortover
will put our people to much great youth has been s r»'! g at Beter a feast, of g • »d things, minus j-tek
winter.
| Stenger’s since school -tart» <1 befe.
er expense.
rabbi’s sage hens, mud hens ami
—Teachers examination, begins
• J going to school and <!■ ing chore« snips. — Ob-ever
The editor sat in his easychair
here at the school building to mor­
, iròkióg
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tor Ins
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hl" board.
l’,’“rd- 1 he deputy slieritT
row morning and continues three lazily browning and stroking his | I i searebt
the rpom I'cctimeil b tne
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“Did '.M/s Dinlderson cry when
days, hence no school the rest of hair,
. i vouth, Gn
- elv,
- mid found other mer-
His wife, poor thing, sgt.up stairs
whiHi
|ikdy fi|o|fcn her (lunjhltr married old Booh
the week.
dell?”
evolving the problem o*f house
property.
—Mr. Kane, a young man who
“Yes, poor thing. It. in tough to
hold cares.
has been stopping in our town for
tiring
up a daughter, and then, at
Samuel Blackwell, third auditor
A knock at the door the editor
some time, broke his right arm a
said “Come in,” when behold De of the tn usury, m his annual report l he age t »vejity-one, bare her cut
few days since. Ir. jumping from
; linquent Quin stepped in, with a Staten that during the past year her ¡notier out”.
a cart in some way he tripped and
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there has been an enormous in I
gon.
fell breaking his arm
—Now Delinquent Quin was be crease in the pension disbursements
ALMOST A HINT
The number of vouchers paid by
—The Long Creek Eagle gives an hind four long years—
pem-ion
agents
has
increased
year
“Good morning Mr.
Editor,”
account of the killing, of a saddle
“It’s a beautiful day for a walk,’¡
thief, named Shirtz near Drewsey “How.de do Quin, have a chair, but l>v year from 1.226 119, involving
she
said, looking out oft he window
$59.906.501.
in
Ls*3.
to
8,669.009,
in this county. We guess it must beware, it’s a sorry ailair, I mean
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Indeed
it is,” he said, doing
!>e a false repo-t, because we have the chair.” “Rainy weather” spid involving $15* l 0 i 1.506 98. in JS93. I
likewise.
not been informed of any such deed Delinquent Quin. “3” i* *8 ^lr‘ This is an increase of 200 per cent
“Would you like to take a walk?”
Quin, it’s almost a sin, for one to in 10 years, while the clerical force1
—Commissioner Altnow came in complain, but all the same, it s has increased from 49 to 64, 30 per she continued.
this morning on the stage, pretty
“Above nil things,” he answered
At
hard to refrain, but such la aetly cent only, in the same period
The auronan of thia Grant Coil uh Cure la
well worn out by his night r'.de
‘ Then why don’t you?” rhe in without a parallel iu the hixtory of medicine.
weather”—“Here’s two- titillare the close of the fiscal year there i.
All driiKuiata are authoriind to aell Ron a poa
over rough road, tie has just re
Uit,eX^mined •q aired.
itive Kiiiirantee. a ti «1 that no otherc re cun
said Quin, “give me credit' for I were in the office
*u<-( •■«■fully atand. That it tnay become
lurned from a visit east to see re
1. 28-1,310 pension vouchKHC rèjff^
known, the Proprietors, at an raortnoua ei-
owe you more, but times are so
p . •-, aro placing a Hainpla Cottle Free into
latives, which lie says he enjoyed
senting about four month»! wprk
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my
wife
1 every liorue in the United Htatee and Canada.
9<>re, and I am so poor,
immensely.
JI ■• >11 have a Cough. 8 re Throat, or Bron
candy A lack pf room to keep thtÊ'.n cptds
wants a new hat, and
i— some
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As William bent over her fair chitin, use it, for It will cure you. If your
intact is nieritiened The' a'utBtor
child han thoCroup, or WhoopinuCough, uae
face, he whispered. “Darling, if I it promptly, and relief In «»ire. If you dread
M illiam Harvey is sole agent for the brat—
states
that
pmsion
voqehers
tire
innldloiin dlae.ui« < onenmntlon, o»e it.
• Certainly Mr Q”"1 ,,,llch ”bliRe’
should ask you in French if I might that
tor the Salem Woolen Mill Store,
A«k your Iiniggiat for HHILOH’B CURE,
much oblige, a fine day Mr. Qmn, I accumulating at the rate nf
kiss you, what would you answer? Frit e 10 eta., .Wet«, an I »1 ■ <*>. If your Lung'
in this and Grant counties. Blank­
are »ore or Back lamo. use Shiloh’« Poroue
hope vour family is well. —Yelling (XX) a month, and add«:
«he, summoning up her scanty Plantar. Price Hi eta. For aala by all Drug-
ets tine as silk, robes inferior to
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I
cannot
free
how
the
office
can.
gists aud Dealers.
upstairs—Mrs. Jones! Mrs. Jones!!
knowledge of the language, replied,
»one, overshirts and underwear as
without
additional
fileroom»,
pre
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Mrs. Jones!!! buy some meat for
'Billet dotixl”
•'heap as the cheapest, socks, gloves,
serve the record) as the law re­
gs
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■ui.tens, overcoats, tlannels by the dinner"
quires ”
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ha. ul... h.-Om
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that do ti-i in-» * Will
v»rd, cloth by the yard,, ladies dress
r. Win h.
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alili ur
or ir
mi. r
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udii , . .a
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14'uure. It build*
build« np
up and improv-«
ini prova tbn
tl.o ■<
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lannels. etc. etc. Takes measures
hralth clranthealiin undt« 11 tin»» til» compì, ... a.
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e.li w till'»'
No wnnkl-n
or rtabi.
Itabbim
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• t men's and youth’s clothing
rAIitwi; IKEATEO ST
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ChN.-’IOiR, _
or. Price’s Cream Baking Powdei
Dr. Price’» Cream Bakin*; Powder I I kirxbw. I« *u*rvl*(. lUeoO-
for par*' i • la
1 «ill and see him. office at the
i)r. Price s Cream Baking Powder
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laiust
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A Pur« Orape Creara o» Tartw Pvwtfer.
Forty
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corn
th«
Standard.
french Hotel.
Mott Perfect Made
SHILOH’S
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