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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1894)
VOL. V 11
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. JANUARY
no chimney, served as a lamp
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
Portions of two chairs were the
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or.ly other things in the r-»um rX
W. C. BYRD à SON.
cept rubbish and a small 1 rok.-n
<1 >wn stove from which »-\t< t 4 -d I
P ublishers and P roprietors .
into the side of the house an old
of funnel, loose nt ♦ very joint
On the hearth smoldered an irreg
Ail Mouth«.................................................... .1.00
Three Mouths ... ...........................................75
ular piece of stump.
HERALD CLUB LIST
I From this as well as from every
Herald anti Harper’s Magazine............. 5,00
joint in the stovepipe, st n-a med
Herald and Harper's Weekly ............... 5.20
Herald and Harper’s Bazar.................... 5.20
[ihtnoke in clouds about the t oom
Herald and Harper’s Young People . 3.75
■«raid and Alden’s Manifold Cyclopedia, ,2.y0
Along one side of the room hung
«ach additional volume after Vol. 1 55 cents:
can pin your
W cents extra ver volume, postage.
comforters, placed there to break
faith for a
£|^i ¿pies of all the above works can be ex
the force ofthe wind, which enters
•Mined at leisure in the Reading Room.
through numerous holes. The • vvaiiu«
Publishers of periodicals are solicited
MiiiH dubbing rates, a copy of their work for
a n <1
,ar Free Reading Room—W e file uud blud the
entered a box car, the door of which now bi low the average my daily
purely veg coat of dry soot. The windows
Mtter at close of every half-volume, »nd n«v , i
I epies bv advertisement.
were «o stained that it wasimpissi had been left open by a brakemen sales have dropped I’ve been here
ing directly | ble to see through them
Mr. in consideration of $20. The car years and years, and years. I've
on the Liver
Clough's regular diet consists of a had previously been stocked with growed up with the town, but 1«
•T ACK j 1 wk j 2 wk j 1 mo J 3 mo j 0 mo 1 1 yr
hatter of flour and water, fried in provisions. Galveston Tex., was Boon 11s I quit my newspaper ads
1 neh »1 ,s) 12.50 »5 00 »8 'X) »11.00 »15.00
neys. Try it.
reached in a few days. From then my sales Iw-gan to go down. If it’s
3 00 4 00 6 50 12.0J 18.00 ¿8.00
pork fat without seasoning
3 50 5.00 8.00 15.00 24.00 40 00
Sold by all
4 50 6 00 10 00 20 00 32.00 50.00
This extraordinary individual they went to New Orleans under not to late, you bet voiir life, 1 now
Druggists in Liquid, or in Powder
s col. 6 00 9 00 15.00 28.00 48.U0 54.00
i he care of friends. Since then the propose to strive, by putting my ad.
12 90 16.00 28.00 48.00 80.00 120 00
to be taken dry or mads in to a tea.
posesneH a good education ami ia a
30.00 30 00 40.00 60 00 110 00 140.00
The King of Liver Medicine«.
reailv talker Disappointment in newa has been received that the in the paper again, to let people
jbandils got to sea without attract know I’m aliye.”—Ex.
“ I have used yonrSHntn >ns Liver Regu
love is supposed to exploit» his!.1
I lator and can eonmdenciotit.lv say it is the
king <>fall 11 ver medicine«. J consider it a
ing any suspicion, and the wide
mode of living.
nvcdlcine .-hnsl In It..-elf.—Giso. AV. JACK-
0( every description executed with neatncnti
SON, Tacoma, Washington.
And denpateh, at reasonable rates.
• Atlantic now separates them from
‘ Yes,” he said, “there waw a girl *
■ire u ltrs,
in the southern part of the st« «-
Ma* the 1 <tainp in red tin wrapper.
Note Heaus, Cards, Tic sets,
■ tnwranda. Invitations,
whom I used to lot*, and, in feet,
H erald —
is _ kept
... regularly on file for re
love now. Was enpagid to. her
T ore H is H air —Th»* 'merchant
.’jrence, in the Geo. P.
I*. Rowell Newspaper
Tsrti«ing Bureau, 10 Spruce st.. New York.
once, but while I was awav for |sat in his empty store and tore his
several months her fa th» r died crumpled hair.
His teeth were
PTANT FER R V’H SEED»
leaving her some property, 1 and sei in hie wrinkled face and his eyes
thia year. «nd ui « ah up for lest tlms
. ■Mrry’nrteed Annual for 18M willj
another young man seimp« <i her,
’ wore a glaaHv siare. “Oh, woe is
k give you many valuable biota A
s'HI >51 OUREXCHAKGES
about w I ih I to ralw anil bow to^
ninnpr ai d all. Sb«*»4* t —.U-v. i Kiri’ efi.rdii?
L* I« awxruAAlFi» inform*, jIMI
now. btifr i j ’ ¿.¡qiose she wotiiu^
fir..»«, k'*-- ’
p. m . Ferry fc Co-Jß-
Adlai Steve..aoli 1
levr-tary.if 8 -tie
Walter Q. Gre«huui
be content to n me hero and live I have neen; an eighteen enrat gump
secretary of 1'reaeury
John G. Carlisle I
le rretxry of Interior
with me. This roof has sheltered I thought the people knew me well,
Duuie) S. Lamont
Secretary of Navy
......... Hilary A. Herbert
me fifty-five years. I am now an my newspaper ad. I stopped. And
Secretary of Agriculture
J. Sterling Morton His Sweetheart After Becoming
Richard 8, Olney
old man, 79 years old, and cannot
Foelinaeter General ........... Wilaon 8 Biaaell
an Heiress Discarded Him
to live much longer.
j “Am living on borrowed time
1 I. tar.
J. J H.Mitchell.
■ now. Expect to cross I he shore be-
,fore long, and hope to find a bet
leretary of State
. K. Geo. W. McBride
. jer |)Ome. If this shantv should
lupt. Public Inetructiou R......... J. B. McElroj
)ur)) [should leave, of course. 1
R........... Frank Bakei
> R. 8. Bean. human freaks has been discovered |H|ppp wjth niV clothes on each
“As old M
JÌK?J Ak11 I jl I t J.
the hi Ils” an« 1
is the verdict
tator is th-j
ffp j* only Li ve
N ews I n G eneral
........> Wm. P. Lord
> F. A. Moore
in Hill Centre, about ten miles night to be ready for an emergency,
• ietrict Ju-ige
. M. D. C lifford fr< in Bristol, N. H.. says the Bos and also to be able to get up and
C has . F. H yde
There in a small turn close that door, which is continually
(R)......... A. W. Cowan ton Globe.
.(D) H enry B lackman
bled-down hut, resides “Clough, I Blowing open.
the hermit.” His humble dwelling
He had no timepiece or means»
County . Jdge
W m . M iller
reckon dates. It was suggested
P. L. 8hidtler
Paint is minus, that he eared nothing about the
J. H. Neal down building
A. Gillings the clapboards are falling oft and
days of the week or nonth. where
8. W. Miller
•ch.jol .superintendent <R)
. ) .. .C has .N cwbll the windows are a mixture of brok
upon he said with emphasis:
........................ David Cary
“Yes, I do. I want to know
W m . A ltnow
Through the roof projects a small when Sunday conic«. That is the
■ ARNEY U. B. LAND OFFICE:
piece of funnel, from which issues Lord’s day. and I plan to rest. 1
.................... J. B. H untington
..H arrison K elley smoke of funnel, from which issues snend much of the day reading
smoke. Close at hand stands a worshiping by myself. I have the]
rickety old barn, propped up by | vantage of the averege man, be-
and • beams,
end, 7 ing able to read or rest whenever 1
rv caiiirr, o««
SYLVA REBKKAH Degrte No. *8.
I which is supported bv the ground. choose.”
M,«teevery lst and Sd Wednesday.
Alice E. King. N.G.
Through the broad cracks in the
Mr. Clough spends his time
E May Worthiugton. Ree. Sec'y
sides is seen a smell hunch of hay, working about the buildings and
a mixture of bushes, briers and land.
A. O. V. W. Burns Lodge. No 47
Meets every 3d and 4th Thursdays
dirt. Recently a Boston man vis
W R. Gradon. M. w.
j W Sayer, Rec d iied the recluse and found him a
Evaus Hcani From
ragged and unkept looking indi
BIIRNO h IA HONOR Lodge, No. 8
vidual. In on« corner of the shanty
S an F rancisco , Jan. 23'—An
■»«•ever» 2d and 4th Monday
Mrs A E YosngCor H.
where he lives, on a small, rickety afternoon paper publishes the state
HABNR y LODGE, NO. 77, I. O O F.
Committee on arrangements.
bedstead, was a confused mats of ment that the bandits Evans and
1 ài'el* at °’,<1 r*>iowe Hall, every Saturday,
W. Y. King N. O.
W. C. Byrd, Secy.
months, save as he crawled in and and are sailing on the high teas free
hamnry cost no . 4*. g . a . r .
from pursuit. It is said that Evans Cap. Gowan,
*«>«« »d Wednesday of each
In th? renter of the room was a sent to a friend in Arizona a narra-
Fellows' Hall. All Contrada
little table, on which were two tiveof his ad ventures after bi« ««cape
plates, one or two rude cooking from jail at Fresno. After captur
utensils, a knife and a fork, a Bi ing the buggy, instead of driving
Ü. «. MAIL«.
ble and the bottom of a kerosene out of town is generally supposed,
An invitation ia most cordially extended every on« By TrooD “A"
oil «tove, which provided with a
AjFrnM city :
•«<**>» h«4»y Binali piece of wicxing, and having
SIXTH JUDICIAL DIHTR1CT:
TROOP “A” 0. N. C. WILL GIVE A
BURNS OREG. THURSDAY
EVENING FEB. 22D. 1894.