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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON.
W ednesday ;
Th? Hs”.' .
W. C. BYHD à SON.
P ublishers and P roprietors .
One Year ............................... .........
Three Months ............................
I1EKALD CLUB LJtsT:
Herald and Harper’.- Magazine ....
Herald and Harper’s Weekly .....
gerald and Harper’s Bazar..........
. . 5,20
Herald and Harper’s Young People.
Herald anil Alden’s Manifold Cyclopedia,. .2.80
ei a additional volume after Vol. I 55 cents:
10 cents extra ver volume, postage.
fg^-copiegol all the above works cau be ex 1
»mined at leisure in the Reading Room.
“As old as
i3 the verdict
lator is the
/l~ ‘inly Li '-'e •
■J a J C f Av / and Kidnby
can pin your
faith for a
. etible, act-
on the Liver
a n d Kid
neys. Try it.
Sold by all
Druggists in Liquid, or in Powder
to be taken dry or made in to a tea.
pel him to meet him in mortal com
bat. If the rebel admiral fails in
to the hands of Peixcto, there is lit
tle doubt he will be promptly tried
by court martial and shot.—Tele
. Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov t Report
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The Women Protest.
Hardly hud the verdict in the case >.
been rendered when a meeting off*
prominent Washington women w : ir |
called to take action regarding the 1
case of Colonel Brerkinridge. Rep '
resentatives of several female or
ganizations met at Willard’* Hotel
Publishers of periodicals are solicited
Saturday night, and after an in
w »end eluhbing rates, a copy of :heir Work for j
Mir Eree Reading Room— We tile atid bind the i
teresting conference adopted resolu
¡»tier at close of every half-volume, sod c»v < 1 J
topies bv advertisement.
| tiouB calling upon Congress to con Goree of Chattanooga and Estilljof
sider the qualifiications of Repre-1 South Pittsburg were in the rate
AD V ERTISI NG RA T Eb :
sentatite Breckinridge for member- 1 he delegates were almost eveijh
trÀcE 1-wk j 2 Wk 11 mo j 3 mo 6 mo 1 1 yr
divided between them. The con- I n Y our O wn L ocality
ship in that body
1 inch $1 .w '»2.Ó0
JU ’♦s ‘to j ♦H.UU 4lo.to
easily and honorably, without capi
6.50 12 03 i 18.00
Some of the organizations whose vention began Tuesday, and it hfhJ na<lp
<1, ih.riiig your spare hours. Any man
8 00 1.Í.UU 1 24.00
6 0U 10.00 20 00 . 32.00
representatives took part in the i almost a continuous session from voinaii, I noy, or girl cun do the work huuil-
Ù col. 6Ö0 y.™ 15.00 2S.00 48.00 54.00
without experience. Talking an
meeting were the Woman Suffrage that time till Saturday night, usual jy,
“ 12. W) lu.uo Z8.VÜ 4S.0O 1 ¡>0.00 120.00
eie-s.-iry. Nothing like it for mone y
1 “ 1 20 00 30.00 40.00 00.001 110 ou 14Ó.00
The Kins; of Liver Medicine».
I Association, the Women’# Christian ly convening at 9 o’clock in tin hlkiiig ever offered before. Our workcis
“I have used yoursimin ins Liver Resru-
No time wasted in
I lator and can conseieneiously sa.v it is thp 'Temperance Union and the Pro- morning and adjourning after mid
JOB WORK ■
earning the business. We teach you in
king of ail i iver medicines. I consider it a
Ra-Nata. Mrs. Sarah La Fetra, night .. Bitter feeling prevailed and /night how to succeed from the tlr-t
medicine chest in Itself.— G eo . W. JACK-
Of every degeription executed with neutru-sg . son . Tuci nia, Washington.
bur. You can make a trial without < x-
»nd despatch, nt. reasonable rates.
president of the local W C. T. bloodshed was narrowly averted
to yourself. We start you, ftirnis’i
Pistols were t vice drawn in thecoi • very thing needed to carry on the bu.-i-
a , toe 7- Ctamp in rod oq wrapper. I U , and Mrs. Ellen S. Musaev, the'
Note lieuils, Caros, TieKe>s,
successfully, and guarantee you
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widow of the late General Mussey,’ vention hall. At last the dead-lock icss
trainst failure if yon but follow our
imple, plain instructions. Reader, if
who is a practicing lawvi r. and is’ was broken by the nomination o
T he H erali is
,. regularly uu file for re-
lereuce, iir the <>eo.
.'Oil are in need of ready money, and
r. Rowell Newspaper Ad
veriigiug Bureau. 1 it) Spruce st.. New York.
prominent in mov.-t, mts for the ad J. E. Donaldson of Marion County vant to know all about tlie best paying
vancement. of wone-.-i, were anjong a dark horse, on the 1,256th ballot. iiLsiness before the public, send us your
iddress, and we will mail you a docu
the leading spirits of the meeting. Heretofore the greatest number ot ment giving you all the particulars.
r'ltOM OUR EXCHANGES.
ballots ever cast in such a conven-
The resolutions adopted were:
TRUE & CO. , Box 400,
To the House of Ri pres'-ntntiv s, tion was 1,004. This convention,
President ................. .......... Grover Cleveland I
Washington—We. represent tfiv>s therefore, breaks the record.—The
Secretary of -r
Mello Branded a Coward.
" *‘ler *
I of 1 he wcmen of Washington, ¡inn Republic.
I- ------ -w. «.vuo.arj
' ' _ G Carlisle!
Btfitretar.v of Interior
................ Hoke smith
ing tow i rds the establish men* of a
Secretary of War
Daniel S. Lamont
•ecretary of Navy
Ircüef and w an inf>,!l>.i-.x
B uenos A yres , Anril 17 —The higher code of morals, and against
•earetary of tgrieulture 3. .. J. Slerlinp Mortou
Curo for Pik». Zrioejl. By
<>r. Price’s Cream Baking Powder
Kieliaru S, Olney remains of the Brazilian “rebel fleet, the atrocious double standard which
free. AddiewT’AS A KLSIS,”
,. I .. Wilson S Bissell
Most Perfect Made.
Box 24ÙJ, New York Crtr.
state - OREGON:
commanded bv Admiral de Mello, nas'cursed socii tv so long.
J. N. Dolph which arrived in this port last night, '
Declare, That we do not believe |
to be a license for un- ,
are the subject of extensive ex
charges of telegraphic, messages cleanness, but, that holding the.
between the authorities at this same high standa’d for womanhood
place and the Brazilian government, which men demand, one equally
..................| WmVfSJ’ri through the Brazilian minister here, i high shall he required for man
/ F. A. Moore
i hi od, therefore,
SIXTH JUDICIAL DI8TBICT:
c' °' Cv u'0KD Meleroe. Iris, Urano anti Esperanza
Resolved, That we must have
C.“ * w I** Y‘JE They are in a very dilapidated chastit.v for chastity, under one
Joiut sei auir
A. W. Cowan
(D).. H enry B lackman
condition, and the rebels on board rule of right, bearing as rigidly
are suffering from sickness, wotir.ds’its application upon one sex as
f«ntity . jfige
(D)......... W m . M iller
Advic s ott the other
P. L.Bbideler and lack of proper food.
From this standpoint we ask
Neal from Rio de Janeiro sav that gener
Congress« to consider the case of
8. W. Miller al amnesty will be granted the in
jCh-iol -upetmtendent (R)"
•«>' k Ingruaot,»
-I») . • C has .N ewell
W. C. P. Breckinridge of Kentucky
STENGER <fc McGOWAN
W m .A i . tnow Brazilian government will pay the regarding his conduct so unbecom
quarantine expenses of the ships, if ing a legislator. Be it further,
Resolved, That we, daughters,
they surrender tothe Brazilian min
On June 4th 1894
• •••J. B. H untington
................H arrison K elley ister.
The Argentine government, wives and mothers of the Common
with the consent of the rebel lead wealth, express our belief that
is now superintending the de types of the highest manhood are
livery of the five war vessels to the to tie found in Congress; therefore,
«YLVA REBEKAH Decree No. ¡3.
Meet» every l.r and 3d Wedne.dav,
President we ask in full confidence that the
Alice E. King, N.O.
House of Representatives shall join
Warthington. Rec. Sec’y. i Peixoto’s government has notified
the sentiment now presented by
the government of Uruguay that
Ed Jordon, Manager.
A 0. U. w. Rnrns Lodge, No 47
all, with the exception of the lead ns and take some <kfinite action to
**<‘t»every2d and 4th Thur.dav e.
ers, can return to Brazil with no insure the high character of our
W. R. Gradon, M. W.
J.W Raver, Rec'd fear of being severely punished country’s administration, and help
Nothing seems known of the ulti the future national councils to pre
B”RN o »’A HONOR l odge. N o . 8
•«»everv .a BIld <fh Monday
'mate destination of Admiral de sent a clean and unchallenged
r* A E Young C or H.
Mello or General Caldego, although body of legislators,—The Republic
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W. W. Johnson Proprietor.
is believed the former will take
Hall , every Saturday
W. Y. King NG. the earliest opportunity of escaping
----------- W C. Byrd.Secjr.
Broke The Record.
to a foreign country, where he ?an
V»et."ARNRY P^8T N0- «. G. A. R,
hide himself for the rest of his life
*1* Wednesday of each
C hatianooga , Tenn., April 15.—
all sides the utmost contempt
ended at South Pittsburg in
is expressed for Admiral de MeJlo,
whose desertion of Admiral da this State lapt night one of the most
U. 8. MAILS.
Gama is looked upon as being a reinarkable political convention# Pleasant Club Room
piece of cowardly treachery
It is ¡ever held in the South. It was a
a .SCO me*
V vu vciiiiun to
. openly stated lía Gama 1
> •-> , , t
»•t«_uuy, except SBnd,y 8eck out Admiral de Mello and com-
W. W. Johnaon.
New Billiard Table
When in Burns come and