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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 3, 1894)
N ews I n G eneral
a good deal of talk about Corbett’s
superior reach and bight, but 1
knew all about that ¡•nd figured on
FROM OUR EXCHANGES.
Agents to iell our choice an I ' i-.tr-
it before the mat h was made —
Nursery Stuck. We hav.many , I I
new special varieti- ' both in fruits !
THE HAWAIIAN INVESTI-
To Kidnap Ruth Cleveland. controlled only bv vtier, which are '
US. W h pay
Write us at i
W ashington , Dec. 27—The sub ABII.ENE.Kas.Dee 21—The jHilii-e I
once for terms, and secure choice'
committee on foreign relations officials here believe they have dis-
charged with inquiring into Haw covered a plot which, if carried out,
M av I> ko T hers , Nurserymen,
aiian affairs met this morning at would have been one of the mo-t
Rochester. N Y
the capitol. Senator Butler was sensational ever attemped. It is
absent. The resolution upon which
the committee will proceed was
Rev. Mr. Emerson, of Hawaii,
was the first witness called. He
disappeared behind the closed and
nothing les« than a conspiracy to
kidnap little Ruth Cleveland", th-
the President’s daughter, in the ex
pectation of securing a large ran
dom for recovery. The police hi .
| reticent about the matter. I
lit it 1«
guarded doors of the committee known that the discovery was mud»
room. He told the committee lie through letters written from Will
had spent nearly all of the 45 years ington to a crank in this citv. Tw .
of his life in the Hawauan islands, women are involved in the 1'1 »
was well acquainted with King The date for the abduction was i.-t
Kalakaua, and described many for some time in January. StM-
gtirring eyent- that troubled the] have been taken for the arrest of
reign of that potentate. He was in the parties to the conspiracy, who
Honolulu during the revolution, and ( are now under surveillance, a< so,»,
told the committee the eyents at ns it is thought that all involved
tending it, and was in Honolulu at ¡are known.—The Republic
the time of the overthrow of the'
queen. He is said to haye testified
that there were threats to harm in
dividual«, and that the people were DO YOU WANT TO ADOPT A BABY I
fearful of attempted outrage and I Maybe you think this is a new business,
anil t Itl-X
out babies on application ; it has been
incendianms, For this reason and sending-
done betore. however, but never have those
been so near the original sample as
for protecting Americans and their furnished
this one. Everyone will exclaim, •• Well I
’s the sweetest baby I ever saw !” This
property Emerson said that the that
little black-and-white engraving can give
you but a faint idea of the exquisite orio-in-»!.
United States marine sail jib were
brought ashore. He was positive
they took no part in the overthrow
of the queen, and lent no aid to the
men who established the provision
al government. Emerson paid a
high tribute to the men at the head
of the provisional government, say
ing they were men of honor and in
A lllkiiliie Woman
tegrity After some further testi
mony the subcommittee on fo'eign
Wanted i i every county to e-taf,
relations adjourned until next
lish a cors- t parlor for the sale <>l
T uesd ay —Telegra in.
Dr. Nichols’ Celebrated Spirii
Spring Corsets and ' lasps. Wages
$40 to $75 per month-and expenses
We furnish complete slock on con
which we propose to eend to you. transpor
tation paid. The little darling rests against signment;
a pillow, and is in the act of drawing off its
W ashington , December 26.- pink
sock, the mateof which has been pulled $3 Sample C<>rs< t tree
off and flung aside with a tiiumphant coo.
Charley Mitchell, the pugilist, pass The
flesh tints are perfect, and the ey< s follow cents postage for sample and terms.
no matter where you stand. Theexqui-
ed through Washington to day, en you,
sitereproductionsof this greatest painting of Nichols Mfg. Co., 378 Canal St
Ida Waugh (the most celebrated of modern
route to .Jacksonville, Florida.
painters of baby life) aro to be given to those New York
who subscribe to Demorest’s Family Maga
As he stepped from the train he zine
for 1893. The reproductions cannot be
told from the original, which cost $400, and DKITKR snOE CO., Inc’p Capital, $1,040,000.
was handed a telegram from the are
the same size ,17x2:1 inches'. The baby is BEST 81.SO SHOE IN THE WORLD.
size, and absolutely lifelike. We have
"A dollar fared it a dollar earned.”
State Senator representing St. Aug life
also in preparation, to present to our sub Thia Ladle«'Solid French Ihmgola Kid But
scribers during Ml, other great pictures by ton Boot delivered free anywhere In the U.S., on
ustine, stating that the people in such artists as Percy Moran, Maud Humphrey,
receipt of Caeli, Usury Order,
Louis Deschamps, and others of world-wfdo
or Poe tai Note for $1.60.
that locality wanted to see the fight renown.
Take only two exnmnles of what
Equal« every way the boot«
we did during the past year. “A Yard of Pan
«old In all retail «tore« for
go on in spite of the Governor’s sies,” and ” A White House Orchid" by the
We make thia bool
wife of President Harrison, and you will see
ourcelve*. therefor« we guar
what oiir promises mean.
antee the Jtt, title and wear.
Those wno subscribe for Demorest s Family
and If any on« la not aatlatlea
Mitchell telegraphed his mana Magazine for 1893 will possess a gallery <>l ex
we will refund the money
quisite works of art of great value, besides a
or «»nd another pair. Opera
ger at Jacksonville that he was on Magazine that cannot bo equaled by any in
Toe or Common Senae,
the world for its Iieaufiful illustrations and
width« C, D, E, k EK,
subject matter, that will keepeveryone post
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alzea 1 to 8 and ha.f I
ed on all the topic« of the day, and all the
Izea Send row eiae;
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wo will Jtt yea.
household, besides furnishing interesting
reading matter, both grave and gay. forth«
whole family: and while DemoreFt's is no«
I have no doubt but that the
fect. and we rive you. free of root, all the pat
tight will come off, notwithstanding terns you wish to use during the year, and
la anv size you choose. Send in your sub
hoe lermo o Io Doalero.
the opposition of the Governor, for scription at once, only $2. and you will really
ret over $28 in value. Addre« the publisher.
the people down there would net W. Jennings Demorest. 14 East 14th St, Mew
York. If you ar« unacquainted witn U>«
kave a fellow travel that far for Magualua. send 10 «cote for a specimen copy
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