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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1894)
ÜUKNS. HAKNEY COUNTY, OREGON.
W. C. BYRD & SON
P roprietors .
HERALD CLUB LIST
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¿eraid and Harper’s Weekly . . .
Herald and Harper’s Bazar .
. . 6.20
Herald and Harper’s Young 1 eople
Beralu ami Ahien s Manifold Cyclopedia,. 2..'0
ei -'ll additional volume after Vol. 1 i>u cents.
Hi cents extra tier volume. 1»,stage.
rjgr*<'opiesof all ibe above works call bcex
»mined at leisure in the Reading Room.
Publishers <>t periodicals are solicited
to serm dubbing ra-es, a copy of '.heir work lor
Oui Free Reading Room—We file ano bind the
latter at close of every half-volume, Pod >-•' < i
topics bv advertisement.
¡12^ j . wk 1 1 DIG J :> m„ J i. mo
1 Inch $1 »U ^..A) ♦O.U0 3b :K i »U.00
3 OU 4 U0 6.50 12,Dì I lb.OC
3.5U 5.00 8.00 l.j.OOl 24.00
4 . >0 b.00 10.00 20.00 62.00
b.UU ■J 00 l.’i.OO 28.00 ‘lb-IM)
4) hl. 00 -N.0Ü 1 48.00 so.no
i •• i 20. OU 30.00 40.00 1 60.00 i 110 00
“ As old as
¡3 the verdict
lator is th.)
only Li ve •
r ami Kidney
can p.n your
fa. th for a
t ve, a n d
on the Liver
a n d Kid-
nevs. Try it.
Sold by all
Druggists in Liquid, or in Powder
to be taken dry or made i nto a tea.
fession il man.
ndoptt'd for lif , and
business is *
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov t Report
with the conditi ns in which he
d< cidedlv \
w’ o were j-rked nt of the line like,
c lives in a cattle i ar<l. sin. |J v ir.mg ,
their head - . iih ! 'biiHled aw iv liku
calves. Thom who were admitted '
to the rtati'Hi- hoiibe «ltd < nlereil
about moved dullv an<1 un chmic-
, ally, as ’ftiiev v.ere rather h> l,>h>s
than stupid, and had made up their
to pat that price foi a
: lodging without complaint
Tney were new to such a place
They were not tramps or profession
j tai lodgers. Seven in ten werestich
men as one is ti'< d to seeing about
the wharves, or carrying dinner
pails homeward in the uptown
streets at sapper-lime
unskilled labcers. with here ami
there a man not so easy ' to place—
Python's Nest and Eggs.
Upon bung removed from the
log the eggs dried up n rv rapidly.
A writer in tile Scientific Amer
ieai , after describing a trio o|
\s the temperature of the interior
if the k g was noticeably above
h it <>f the atinosphere.it is probab
e that it was the close «'nils of the
enormous serpents, w hich he <sist
ed ii> either killing; or cspturing
while on a vi-it to the Philippic« snake's «lamp bodv that prevented
Islands, thus de-cibes the eggs oi evaporation and consequent drying
The King of Liver Mmlldne».
i a cwuntrvman, perhaps, . or a ni.in one of t he monsters:
up b< fore removal.
“ I have nse l yourSiHini >:m l.i ve liegti-
Intor and i in coiisciendom-1'Mi it is the 'from a distant city.
king of all 1 i ver medicines. I i-otiodcr it a
with their heads up and their ev s
niedi' iuv div-1 in iisdt.—G eo . VY. JACK-
specimen was caught <S‘I ego< wen
SON, Tueotiiu, Washington.
01 every description executed with neatness
moving, to take
and despatch, at reasonable rates.
taken. They were while and near-
*3-rvrr.\- pacxagh as
Tht* German pat
Hi... ill i 'I v imp in r<-I «oi wrapper. I around them.
ly found, about the size of tin ordi
Note Ileana, l ards, Tit sets.
num began at <li head of ! h>- h e
ii . tv baseball, tmd
Dodgers, Etc. I
and asked for ■ recruits fot the wot li
with a soft, leath-rv shell or •'kin
T he Il EtiALD is kept regularly .,n Me for re
terenee. in the Lee. I*. Rowell Neusi aper A .■
house—a new di p .rttire in lodging Tin v adhered io each oi her.
»ar ising Bureau, in spruce at.. New i ,.rk.
ing a large mass, which had to be
' ve;.t.. -,r 1 'IMurks obiaine.l. and all Pat
“Do von w ant. l<> go ’way?” he
literally torn apart in separating
iH -.< cel aicte-i for Modt.ra e I ees.
O tr 0 ic-e is Onnesdc U. S. P- 'em Office,
asked of each, "Do you want tn
1 -<-n>r.‘ patent in lees time than those
them, bo la- as observed all wore
Ci- 'I■■ from 'A : ington.
FROM OUR KXCH ANGES.
go ’way ? Do you mt
mt t to > go ’ wav
wa t ?"
...KJ ... .cl. -.ra ving or photo., with deeorlp-
lernle, each specimen examined
t.i.i V .uiv! >■. if pater.table or not. free of
How these •: O^or’unates under
....... Grover < 'leveland
1 - ■ '":r fee not due till parent la v. ' tired.
A S r> >'I r. How to Obtain P uente,''with
I -food him 1 don’t know, f >r I mid
seretary of state
Walter y. Gresham
■1 inches in length; \\ hen discov i i'»me t-i rual di nle in your State, county, or
aeretary of Treasury
John G i arlisle
>v. -i, • f t. free Addrosb.
The Station-House Lodgers
to have his
• : ,-jt irof Interior
the snake was coiled tip tin.is
Secretary of War
Daniel b. Lamont
The facl was that the Department
Iscreiary of Navy
.. Hilary A. Herbert
tiround its egg«, apparently ineubat-
fci'ivtiiry of Igrieultllre
J. sterling Morton
Oupjsite Patent Office. Washington, 0. C
of Charities and Correction has de
Ricliaru b, Olney
Out of the black shadow of the
. .. Wilson s Bissell
termined. in order to relieve the
alley, like a great bat’s wing, came distress arid lhe pressure for lod-|
J. n . Dolph
B ■ tors
J. H.Mitchel). the head of the line < f men across
Sling room, tn send t<- the workhouse ,
Oak Street to the basement gate ol on Blackwell’s Island ali New .
t W. R. Ellis
■pere.ary of State
The doorman Yo-kers of several years’ residence |
• R Geo. W McBride the station-house.
• up., i d.mc Instruction K
j. H. McElro> now developed as much activity as
who have no homes and are willing
■ '• R...........Frank
He Hew ,ti leave town for the winter. The 1
R. S. Bean. ihe tierman had shown.
Wm. P. Lord at the first man in the line, and
F. A. Moore
i strangers are to be sent back to the
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
catching his shoulders, Hung him places they hail from.
D int riet Jiiige
M. D. C lifford ten feet away along the pavement
C has . F. H yde
“Do you want lo go ’wav?”
— ....... A W. Cowan
‘ (tit out of here,” said he; "a-a ah.
• (D). H enry B lackman
give me no talk.
1 know ver 1
“Do yon want to go’wav?”
County j uige
W m . M iller
I don’t ’»lin L” It was a long
....................... (D) .
And you •horemai. who spoke
1. b. Geer or 1’11 give yer mv foot.
J . H. Neal I
git, now, and don’t let me see
A. Gilling» too;
‘ No. sir:” "No, sir;” "No, sir,”
A bs ‘HR.>r
S. W. Miller
•en >.>l Superintendent .<R)
C has .N’ kwei . i . yer any more.”
said others in monotonous success
As his eye rested on each familiar ion. Then a sec< nd man, who
W m . A ltnow
te to » ltz face he leaped at the bearer of it ! might have long been a truck driv
harney u . h . land offick :
and gave him a knock or a twist er. saitl he "didn’t care.” And a
J. B. H untington that sent him spinning out of the third one, a mung f< llow. answered,
...... H arrison K elley
line like a top. "Thein’s old soaks. ‘ Ye-, if you please.” There were .
I that’s been here before,” said he in tiovsm the line—at. least twoladsof
I explanation, "and we don’t take seventeen or eighteen years—badly
3) I.VA REBEKAH Degree N o . «3.
i ’em if they’re regulars. There’s <«iT, but vet better placed than if
Maets every 1st and 3d Wednesday.
not room enough for them that de- they had ten cents with which to
Alice E. King, N.O.
E May Worthington. Rec. Sec’y.
' serves a lodging.”
get into the average lodging house,
I suppose those poor devils were where thieves are made as if they
A. O. ü. W. Burna Lodge, No 47
Meet»every 2d and ithThuradao
the most to be pitied of all the men were factories for turning discour
W R Gradon, M. W.
J W Sat er. Ree’d. I _ 1 saw
What under heav agement and poverty into crime.
“What do yon want to go to the
cn they were to do if the station
HDRNO r JA HONOR l odge. N o . 8
for?” I asked the man who
Meet» everrai Bud 4th Monday.
.Mr* A E Young C of H.
■ question. But they were spun out had been a longshoreman
“Well, sir, what else can I do?’’
harney lodge , no . 77. i. o o f .
1 of sight and out of mind. Down in
m ■« st Odd Fellows Hall, ever» Salnrdsy,
‘ I have no work and I
W.Y. KingN. G. the brightly lighted basement of the he replied.
W C. Byrd. Secy.
. station house the German and the
h arnfy post no . 4s, n. a . r .
l doorman lined up the men in a my wife five vear ago. and I have
M '»every 1st and 3d Wednesday of each
Hell. All Comrade i crescent shaped tile
'■ * '• 1 »'and! ng in vited.
BURNS OREG. THURSDAY
Committee on arrangements.
I’ loor Committee.
nnchildren. I’ve bsen here twenty-
five years, and I understand I can
he took care of for the winter—till
with many a
curt order to "turn your face this
way; let's see your face, man.”
The manner of the | h diceman was times is Iretter.”
Ü. 8. MAILS.
nrawa— talk :
^ome one slipped some silver in
! rough, his tones were sharp; but it
***i ver an A departs dally,
, was only a manner and a tone his hand—for tobacco on the Is
Armx^-CA.)fvoii city :
‘ifiWH.4 I’-wa Rdr.
The New York policeman is a pro- land.— Harper’s Weekly.
r . ’
^An invitation is most cordially extended every one Ry Troop “A”
Grand March 8 o’clock sharp.