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BURNS. HARNEY Mil MY, ('Kit.ON. N ovember 10 i«93.
Till Y rimi NC ED A TR a MP.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
It is 8 nd that a l> a’< »titan
was rii tiiitig over the top it’
i tra n was s-.> j arc.!;, ze ' - >
t ni’l'.ü) ut when h<- f tw
P ublishers and P roprietors .
. Cui.t a. toili'lsis 1 h it i.e .....
That depends upon tho
‘ Where are vou goirg. inv prettv 1
Liver. If the Liver is
fcx Mouth». .............................................
’” he politely asketi, ;.:,d
three Months ...........................................
inactive the whole sys
One Year (in advance)
lifted his cap.
tem is cut of order—the
HERALD CLUB LIST:
The girls told him ; 1 lii ly tha1
breath is had, digestion
Herald and Harper’s. Magazine.........
Serald and Harper’s Weekly ...........
poor, head dull or aching,
they were going to California; t'lht
eraldand Harper’s Bazar................
energy and hopefulness
had no money to pay their fare.
eraldand Harper’s Young People.
gone, the spirit is de
and that they had no monev to pav
Herald ami Alden's Manifold Cyclopedia,. .2.90
pressed, a heavy weight
«ach additional volume after Vol. I 55 cents:
their fare, anil that they did nut
1« cents extra tier volume, postage.
exists after eating, with
propose to be put off the train.
np-Copiesof all the above works can be ex
general despondency and
repe .1 bill th it be was no less a
Th eie i- .i li > ' • on the M issi .sip
rained at leisure in the Reading Room.
None of the train crew interfered
the blues. Tho Liver is
ci'.ist, it v > il I not bo wino rosav
/^■Publishers of periodicals are solicited
friend ofsilver then he had slways
the housekeeper of the
10 seiri clubbing rates, a copy of their work for
the women. At various sta i
just where in t< 1 i ng a true tale, and
,ur Free Reading Room—We file aud bind the
health; and a harmless,
tions the girls went about anti beg | I been. At any rate.it is thoroughly
latter at close of every half-volume, sod v»v v)
such a tale, for t his horse has a
jopiei bv advertisement.
simple remedy that acts
' ged food. At one place, it is report understood the silver qut st ton is not
ini’.-'er who often takes a drop tni
like Nature, does not
ed. a tramp insulted one of the “lu-lvi-d by the passage of the repeal
constipate afterwards or
nob-h, and nti.it.le to ritie, t brows
women, when the three sailed in l ill. O > the contrary, the silver
1 wk 12 wk 1 1 IDG J 3 mo 1 fi mo |_lyr
require constant taking,
hiniHelfon the ground “to sleep it
together and gaye him a trounc
does not interfere with
1 inch 11.50 ' 12.50 i' 15.00 is. 00 'iii.00 115.00
" Then the horse grazes around
3 00 4 00 <•50 12.09 18.00 28.00
ing ’that he will remember for
business or pleasure dur
3.50 5.00 S.OO 15.00 24.00 40. OC-
tn.til it is time to go home
When congress assembles they pro-
4.50 6 00 10 00 20.00 82.00 50.00
ing its use, makes Sim
mons Liver Regulator a
12.00 Ili .00 28.00 48.00 80.00 120.00
j pose to keep it wi ll to the front in when lie arouses the tmtn by pulling
20.00 30.00 40.00 13).00 110.00 140.00 i
his sleeve, makes him mount, an 1
AWFUL DYNAMITE EXPLO connection with every great issue
“ I have tested it personally, and know that for
carries him safvlv home
Dyspepsia, Biliousness and 'i'hrobbing Headache,
1 between the parties from the tariff
it is the best medicine the world ever saw.”—H.
H J onbs , Macon, Ga.
Of every description executed with neatness
I to the repeal of the federal election
»nd despatch, at reasonable rates.
M adrid , N ov . 4 —From Santan I laws
Every stage of the tariff dis
Letter 1!. ads,
der, the capitol of the province of
cussed will be punctuated by per Nerve
that name, comes a frightful story
tinent queries by the silver men
T he H erald is kept regularly on file for re
of explosion, fire, havoc and dent h.
ference, iu the Leo. I’. Rowell Newspaper Ad
tending to prove it was the demon-
vertising Bureau, 10 Spruce st.. New York.
Ths British steamer Volo with a
' etization of silver, not the McKinley
cargo of dynamite, hud put in at
'tariff, which caused the financial
Last eveningjthe vessel
EROM OUR EXCH ANGES.
depression. Indeed, it is intended
took fire threatening flu* skipping,
the silver men shall act as a body of
the docks ami ai'joining hiiuse. Tim
i obstructionists, as did the Parnellit-
..................... Grover Cleveland
TRAVEL ON * BOX CAR.
governor of the province, chief of
.kdlai Stevenson I
I as in parliament, till silver shall
Jeeretary of State ............. Walter Q. Gresham
1 municipal affair and many leading
Ml DIC1NE CO.,
secretary of Treasury ............. John G . Carlisle
receive a hearing.
Secretary of Interior
leerstary of War
Daniels. i. i.aniont Three Portland Girls Beating citizens were engaged in the work
and IMlKkvillc, Dili.
Jeeretary of Navy............. Hilarv A. Herbert
I of subduing the flames, when they
Their Way to California.
leeretary of Agriculture.
J. Sterling Morton
................... Richard S, Olney
reached the terrible cargo and with
rostmaster General................. Wilson S Bissell
According to the latest reports I a deafening roar it exploded, sc.it-
J. n . Dolph
J. H.Mitchell. from Sacramento, Cal , that state -tering death, fire and
(Binger Hermann is now 1 eing overrun with tramps, on every side.
■ (W. R. Ellis
A S^ Frnnclsco Paper
hundred of them having j and neighboring houses were t u n
leeretary ol State
Geo. W. McBride several
R ......... Phil. MetBehan.
to fragments. Fire rt once broke
Would Form an Interesting Addition
itoL' d U ”le Disfructluu R......... J. R. McElrov just arrived from the mining com
r ....... F rallk B akel
munities of Colorado, Idaho, Mon out in the ruins of a shattered
to Your Winter Reading.
................... < WmS pBLord
tana and the Dakotas.
While building and spread to those Hill
> F. A. Moore
scores of them belong to what is standing with great rapidity, and
SIXTH JUDICIAL, DISTRICT:
THERE ARE MANY REASONS WHY
M- D C lifford known as the “hobo’’element, there as the dispatch was sent the des-
L ‘o u Altomey
C has . F. H yde
tub • • • •
A. W. Cowan
many who ar» truction of the entire city was I
............ (D) H enry B lackman are among them
honestly searching for work. A threatened All soits of reports
are current a» to the loss of life,
W m . M iller I vast army of the unemployed are
P. L. Shideler coining into California on
freight ranging from hundreds down to
1. S. Geer
IS THE BEST PAPER IN THE WEST.
trains, the railroad company hay fifty. Among the prominent people
S. W. Miller ing given them permission to ride missing is the goyeruor of the dro
vince. O'h »rs supposed to be de; <1 Q AAA SPECIAL PREMIUMS
THREE PORTLAND WOMEN.
include several representatives of J,UUU GIVEN AWAY
W m . A ltnow
It now appears that a number of the municipal and provincial gov
H arney u . s . LAND office :
women have taken to the road a> ernments.
It Is brimful of new» from all parts of the world, »ad Its Literary Department la supplied by th»
J. B. H untington
foremost writer» of the day. In addition to ita great news aud literary feature»,
...H arrison K f . llky tramps and are traveling toward ,
ONE THOUSAND DEATHS REPORTED.
IT GIVES TO EVERY SUBSCRIBER HIS CHOICE FROM TWO
California as a sort of Mecca. 1 hey
MAGNIFICENT WORKS OF ART,
are said to be honest women who
¡are searching for employment. a thousand i>*op!e m t the rdeath The Examiner’s Art Album,
A REBEKAH Decree No. 43.
ContiRtingof eight beautiful reproduction« from mawterpfere« of the wnrM'i gr it»
,e" eTer>-1« an-1 3<1 Wedne»d«v.
, These women, who are no v head by the fire and explosion at .San
tft artiata, the wliole collection bound in a baudauiuc bamboo leatherette a e|
Eunice Thompson. N. G.
ing for some pftint in California it
K May Worthington. Hee. See’y.
Or a beautiful reproduction. In all of it« original color«, of the faruem hintot al
painting, 22*28 inc he«,
- is said, hail from Portland, Or steamer was burned arid forty of
A. 0. IT. W. Burn» Lodge, No. 47
her crew perished.
W«et,every 2d and 4th Thurídnv».
It is reported that th-.» whole city Columbus at the Court of Ferdinand and Isabella.
[ cedents are unknown. They were
W. Y. King, M. W.
And beside» all th!». THE EXAMINER w-'I1 this year distribute among 11» subscribers 9,000 Pra-
J. W Sayer, Rcc’d.
without means and could find no is likely t) be destroyed and the mtums aggregating in value the stupendous num of $135,000 Tins is llie fourth annual di»tribr>
rendered tiun, and the 11 k of premiums is 1 ir- r and ru .rc valuable than ever tv-fore off.r. <1. keme tuber that
*r*SOi«ÎA HONOR Lodge, N o . H
respectable employment in this population of «0,000
these premium» entail no additi in.il e»j>ensa to the auliar riber whatever. They ate ab-M.lutely free.
•»«ry 2d and 4th Monday.
j citv, so the trio concluded to start homeless.
The cost of the WEEKLY EX AM !N ER, together with these tuagnileeut premium udcra, Il
Br» A E Young Cor H.
B irney lodge , no . 77, 1. o o F.
are not vet beaten .
"•'Pm* ' • • i’eîl-jw» Hall, every Saturday, fashion, although it was a decidedly
M, R. Biggs N. G. bold thing for them to do.
W ashington , N ov . 6.—There are Itarnrilar »nbxcrtptlon price. Get the full particular.of thia grind nffrt hum the EXAMINER f
Accordingly, so the story runs,
Vee.,HARSEY P°8T NO. 4Ä, O. A. R
t.xtren Page I'retniuiu Uat, which we can atipp'.y to you, or you can prx lire on> Itotn your Puafe
that Voorhees will introduce ■laMer or Newwfealer. Then, haring considered the ri.,tter. call on u> a . f t I ■ -nbln itlon autr
•«nih a ”,?•
*?'* •’•J Wednesday of each they sal'ied forth and climbed to
«»''• AH Comead.
a free coinage silver bill at the op «criptwa for 7R£ WEEKLY EXAMRiEli audyuur Lviuc paper, auj ae»~.L- »».unkiug <4 th«
th® top of the first freight train they
came to. and. seating themselves on ening of the regular session. Voor
hees declines to talk aUut the
P. 8. MAILS.
the edge of a box car, they allowed
natter, but it is pointed out that he
their feet to dangle along the side
' «rtVMand .leparía dally,
and waited for the locomotive to has always lieen a silver man, and
declared during the debate < n the
dally, eart-pt Hand«?
W. C. BYRD & sour.
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