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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1894)
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON.
was in the year 1811.
At that time,
“As old as too, the spring flowed freelv until
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
never excell after the battle of New Orleans,
W. C. BYRD & SON.
ed. “Tried whenjt again became dry
and proven” 1 The reason why Lindsay Coats
P ublishers and P roprietors . }
^REGULATOR; is the verdict predicts war with such unerring
o f millions. certainty is that there is a legend in
Simmons the family that the periodic gusht 8
lator is the of spring are precedent to and con
HERALD CLUB LIST:
only Li /e.- tinuous with a hostile clash of the
Herald and Harper’s Magazine............. 5,00
The Squire’s fath-
and Kidney armed nation
Herald and Harper’s Weekly .............. 5.20
Herald and Harper’s Bazar
medicine to ci is now deceased, but the Squire
Herald and Harper’s Young People
which you remembers hearing him tell of the
.«raid and Alden’s Manifold Cyclopedia, .2.90
saen additional volume after Vol. 1 55 cent«:
pin your spring’s action in 1811. Coupled
W cents extra ver volume, postage.
for a with that is the direct evidence of
¿^»Copies of all the above works can be ex
«mined at leisure in the Reading Room
mild laxa- his own eyes in 1860. In 1869dur
Publisher« of periodical« are solicited
I give them relieved him and he links saved
tive, a n d ing the great rain the spring re bowel complaint.
M semi clubbing rates, a copy of their work for
Chofera and Ids life. Every family should keep
jur Free Reading Room—We file and bind the
purely veg- mained dry. Squire Coats is tell-
latter at close of every half-volume, emi r>-v t,
tuples bv advertisement.
etable, act- [ing his neighbors to prepare for Diarrhoea Remedy and ltJacts lik» this remedy in their home at all
ing directly any emergei ev which may arise
| a charm. I earnest y ryqommend limes. No one can tell how soon it
it for children with bowel trouble» may be needed. It costs but a tritie
1 wk 1 2 wk J 1 mu J 3 mo J 6 mo
• F ÀCK
I was myself taken with a sever« ind may be the means of saving
Returned To McKinley
neys. Try it.
l inch »1.50 » 2 50 **5.u0 »8 ‘W ‘♦11 00 »15.00
of bloody flux, with cramps much suffering and perhaps the life
Sold by all
3.50 5.00 8 U0 15.00 *24.00 40 00 '
C incinnati , O., June 9.—A spe- and pains in my stomach,one-third >f some member of the family.
4.50 <i 00 10.LlU 20 00 32 00 50.00
Druggists in Liquid, or in Powder
col. ti.OO 9 00 15.00 28.00 48.00 54 00
to the Commercial Gazette from of a bottle of this reinedt cured me. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale oy
12.00 16.00 28 00 48.00 80.00 120.00
’ v - j be taken dry or ma le intoa tea.
i “ 1 20.00 30 00 40 00 60.00 110 00 140 00
I Mas-ilion, O , says that to day the Within twenty-four 1« F ours I was H. M. Horton.
1 have ««■ I your simin-nis Liver Regn-
doit* my house
l.nio-an I <- i.i «•onseieiK-ionsI\ «ay it i« ihe ' Miners’ Relief Committee of .Mas out of bed and
kin« of ., i| liver nie<llcines. I consider it a
Billon returned to Governor McKin work. Mrs, W. L jBu miagan. Bon
'lev the $10 he contributed l<> their aqua, Hick man C«wr Tenn.
Z V* ««up in red on wrapper.
' ployed t'k'kifiMrQ
ho 29th lit
on 1 the
which he spoke of in iKs letter of
T he H erald ii kept regularly on file for re
ference, in the Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad
traiisiiiissi.m as his “mite ” Here
While In Topeka last March. E
vertising Bureau. 10 Spruce st.. New York.
nh^Air Just w bat every
is th” letter of the Relief Comni’ltee: T. Barber, a prominent newspaper
iicc.li, 1 he mer-
man of La Cvgna, Kan., was taken
bn in the loumlHtlon
r on which I uih lei n built the ~
FROM OUR EXCH ANGEM
William McKinley, Governor of with cholera morbus verv severer,
laigeal seed biisine>.H In the world.
Ferry’s Seed Annual for 1094
Ohio: Sir:—1 ?•«•«.;«•«<» <111 will find
clerk at the hotel where
column« the M.iu mnl sutwiance of
$10, vour donation to the miners ulp
latest familng knowledge. Free
.. .............................. Grover «ileveiand
Uas stoppnig -lUppt Z h ] /
fo- 11» asking.
^nak-PERRY ft C'JK,
ieeretary of State
Walter (J. Gresham
I Massillon. They emphatically re-I a bottle <>f Chan.herlnft
•eeretary of Treasury
John G. Carlisle «
Ieeretary of Interior ............
Hoke smith I
«•cretary of War
Daniel S. Lamont
Ieeretary of Navy
.......... Hilary A. Herbert
The people of Bridgeport, Penn., hand that assisted in smit ng them. and gave him three do.es which
Ieeretary of Agriculture
.J. Sterling Morton
Richard 8, Olney are perturbed over what is believed Your donation
was solicited be
............ Wilson 8 Bissell
believed >ou was err
to be a certain indication of war
J. N. Dolph which manifested itself a few days at least in as much sympathy with |
Eurns-Canyon Stage Line«
A spring on the farm oi them as the ordinary everyday citi
(Binger Hermanu ago.
I. J ewitt , P roprietor .
have divested ,
D.Bylvester Pennoyer Samuel Coats, in Upper Merino zen, but since you
•ecreiary of State
. R Geo. W. McBride
Phil. MetBchan. Township, near the borough line,
lupt. Publie Instruction R
J. B. McElrov
Arrives and Departs daily, except Sunday.
R............ Frank Bakei has been sending forth a copious true character stands out in glow
> R. 8. Bean. flow of water after being dry
/ Wm. P. Lord
) F. A. Moore
nearly 30 years. James Hetvier i nation of your charity. Your am
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
• ¡strict Judge.................... d
M. D. C lifford son is the tenant of the Coats farm, bition in a political way so far aft
C has . F. H yde
Jo ut Representative
A. W. Cowan and on the spot where the spring is the miners are concerned is sure to
Jeiut-Sauator ................ (D). H enry B lackman
bubbling he had some wheat, as he be gratitiedh enceforth. Yours, etc..
W. W. Johnson Proprietor.
COUNTY—HARN K Y :
did in the rest of the field. The
............... (D).. .. W m . M ili . sk
JOHN WILHELM, Pres.
;1<!rk...................................... (D)............ p . L. Shideler land slopes from the top of the high
.. 1.8. Geer
EMW MILLER. Treas,
J. H. Neal hill, on which is the reservoir of the
JAMES BROWN, Sec.
8. W. Miller Bridgeport Water Company
C has .N ewell
Strikers riots are the order of the
W m . A ltnow gush of water, that the
R. 8 it«
was leaking. Farmer Henderson day. The Republic of the 7th re Pleasant Cloh Ron™
2 — Ta
HARNEY U. 8. LAND OVnCt.'
............................. J. B. H untington
..................... H arrison K elley [ landlord, who is
Superintedent of trains and burning bridges. The
the water cempanv. The latter. striking miners near Peoria attack
W. W. Johnson.
when he learned that “a big spring Little Bros.’ mines three of Little
of water was flowing in the wheat Bros’ were wounded and ^ne strik
• YLVA REBEKAH DegreeNo.43.
field,” <1 id not feel the least concern er killed. Riot, fire, bloodshed and
Meet* every 1st «nd 3d Wednesday.
Alice E. King, N.O.
ed about the water company’s prop- murder are in the air. One man
K May Worthington. Rec. Sec’y.
’ ertv. but he did Itccome alarmed for killed near Terre Haute Ind, by
the safety of the nation. Landlord miners The Govern« r of Indiana
A. O. U. W. Rumi Ixidge, No 47
Meet«every 2d and 4th Thursday«
Coats, who is now a Justice of the has in all probability, martial law
W R. Gradua, M W
J W Sayer. Rec'd Peace, caried a gun during the re- At Cripple Creek Col., two men
oellion. The year before the war wen- killed on the 6th. and thirty
BUKNO n IA HONOR l odge. N o . 8
began the soring flowed then as it deputies driven off. The strikers of,
Meet« every 2d and 4th Monday.
Un a E Young C or H.
__________________ is flowing now. When the civil Cripple Creek have laid down their |
i V» -«i
H arney lodge , no . 77, i . o o f . I war wa8 OVer it became as dry as a arms. Troops have l>een ordered I
O<l<l Fellow’ Ha,l, every Saturday,
Cannot be overheated and has no equal.
w. y . Kir« n . g . powder horn. Squire Coats fath- I to the scene of the strike in East I
er, when he saw the w^er burst ern Ohio. In West Virginia the First Premium Seattle Wash., Firat Premium Lo. Angele. C.L
H arney post no . «, o. a . r .
forth in the wheat field one dav late strikers are burning bridges and
.**?5*ererr 1st and 3d Wednesday of each
Send for illustrated catalogue of Thorough bred Poultry
the fall of 1859, remarked to the blowing up trestles etc. etc. , th«
Fall.iw«’ Hall. All Coinrad«
<<*>4 standing Invited.
hatching, Poultry Supplie., English Setter., Irish Setter. Fo.
neighbor« that there would be war, same all along the line, So much
Terriers, Skye Terrier* and Pugs.
and war there was. The elder for foreign immigration.
Our stock has won 83 premium, in the last three sea.on.,
u. a. MAILS.
Coats, whose Christian name was
burns — tai « :
I have two little grand childern Mention this paper.
Lindsay, saw the spring flow once
k wives end depart« daily,
Caidwell A Larkins,
before, and then hia father told him who are teething this hot summer
iorn «— canyon city :
151(i Front St. Seattle,
««»ad Depart, daily, e.cept Mndey | lhal t|iere Wou|d be war.
Tudt weather and are nibbled with
Of every description executed with neatue««
tud despatch, at reasonable rate«.
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N ews I n G eneral
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