East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, October 17, 1894, Image 3

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gov *rnment until the Indian ch -I
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di« i a-e all al sorbed in the piu­
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Having purchased the entire stock formerly belonging to Cal
. Hall’s Catarrh Cur» ts taken in-'
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Send for te*ti not iuls.,
HARDWARE. CRCKERY, GLASSWARE, TIN WARK.
Wade llamuton. U. f
I . Dr- Price’s Cream Baking Powdei j free.
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Railroad Commissioner, ha« just i A' m MG'MM m W MWwtat«F»ú. S.» 0,*«úoo. |
F. J. Ch* nev A- Co.. Toledo, O
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HARDWARE. 8UNDERIES. A CARPENTERS
returned from an official tour over
fW^Sold oy Druggists. 75c
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the. Pacific Railroads He says
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the roads are in g<od condition aid'
I offer the same for rale at greatly reduced pricer for CASH.
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that they are doing as good business THIS “ SHOULD
C. H. VOKGTI BY.
vha are teething thia hot «ummer
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*8 equid be expected, A. detailid
veather aid are troubled with
report of I is trip will be made to
The campaign of 1894 is nm
I give them
the Secretary of the Interior, who open ., Eyqrv man. I e he Demncr«’ . tMtwel comiolaint.
Chamberlain's
Colic,
Cholera ami
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will file I tide it in his annual report Republican or Pomili«t. desires t<
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Diarrhoea
Retneoy
and
it acta like
to (hc.President. w hich will be sub- be kept fully informed . nf the im
jnitted liefore Congress reassembles nortant events as .they occu» l a charm. I earnestly recommend
it f<»r children with l»owe| troub’«s
Gen. Hampton says that many pe< • | throughout the country.
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I was tin self taken with a sevefe
ple lje tort in Calii brnia were claim
We have
just mÿde
arangement i
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.ttuck of bloodv flux, with cramp
n* _ may
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oroys not only for government con- hat
to our read ,
tro) ot the Union «ml Central l’a- < ra. The arrangement is t.hi I«:’ We and pain« in mv Rtomach.nne-third
of a bottle of this r» mod »cured ipe.
cifie-piij roads, but of all others, will give »? voq, C • that greatest of all
He is opposed to the ide»» in 1 Into iweikly newsp<ip» rs. The.Ntpy York Within twentv four Lours I Was
SliGilyng on the subjo ct, he said, Weekly W< rid, and this (taper. Ijoth • >ut of bed ami doing mv hmi«e I
work. Mrs. W. L Dunagan, Bon I
*‘!n the first place the bonds o ’’<>r one year for $‘2 50. or opr paper
For j
aqua,
Hickman Co. Tenn,
Corner of let. and B 8treet,
tl t»e mads held by ’le government for one year and The Wet klv Wprjd
«ale
by
II.
M.
Horton.
M. H. BRENTON
are not 'hie until 1897, and the for six mouths for the regular v< ar
goveriupent cannot foreclose until I v price of our paper alone. Th»
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default has been made in t h* ir Weekly World., fyarless pi its utt^r ♦
While
In
Topeka
last
March,
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payment- Then it become^ a ques I incrf, is the only great., week I |
lion of expediei cv. If the govern paper published in America tha, I ”. Barber, a prominent nc-spap*r
went should foreclose, having, onl» presents all sides of th«} great con | tan of La Cvgne. Kan , iva ♦nkei>
the second mottgage, it would
troversies of the day w ithout fear •• vith ch'ol >r morbus very severely-
’’he night clerk at the hotel where*
compelled to pav ’be first mort favor. Its
lis* p-ork i« for the whol
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«e whs «topping happened to hav«
gage, amounting to manv millions I ttecple and not for any clpss qr.sei
bottle of. Chamberlin’* Colic.
Even then the governinei t would
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Tholera and Diarrhoea Rented»
find itself in to session of r< a a
Does this interest vou?
uni
gave him three dosee which
without terminal«. A gov»rnm "
If it does, and von think it wprU
t.'-elieved
him and he finks saved
such as oltrs cannot operate r >’ 1 while to take advantage of |hi,*.'
roads. In aulpcratie g- v-rnnn t ts 'great special offer while it, last-. <i« life. Every family should keep
it is possil I . but m t in this. 1 he t>av n« ,$200 and gi t The Wepkl. , his remedy in their home at. al’
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< etn md tor for« closure of the Pa World for six months or 12 .^0 aip ’ inn’s. No one can tell how soon i' •
The Proprietors of the White Front Livery Stable as-
■uro the public that they are prepared to accommodate
cific toads does i ot come from ’le get 1’he Weekly World for one veai oil»- be needed. It cunts but a tr.fi» f
in every way in their line of hubinew*.
Here is the opportunity to . gt. * nd iuav he the tm ans of Having7
best informed people of the Pacific
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anfferingand
perhaps
the
lif.
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¿flT'H&y
and grain constantly on hand, and eareful help.
cunt although i* Ims become pop your own local paper and the lea(1
■ing metropolitan jonrnal‘ of th. ’•if sopie member of the family
ular in the west. ”
Hearse and Job Wag«*
ountrv at Jexttaoruinarily low 25 and 50 Cent bottles for- sa’e t\ Passengers taken to all parts of the oountrv.
It. AJ , 1.1. riot,
n Co! nect loii
ales. Address
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C hairman Faulkner, of the Dem .
E ast O kkgon II ekai . p .
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erratic Congressional Campaign
committee has consented for th
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first time to givt out his estimate < 11 S tate of Out
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NOBQUCAKIN&
the result of the Congr«ssionai CiTV of T ole
$5. CORDOVAN,
oa t h
elections. He figures, after making
Frank J
f.OCII&L.NAMELLED CALF.
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a most liberal allowance for d<>uht ’ 'hat he is the
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ful districts—ton hl>eral man? deni-1 firm of F. .1. ('In nev it
<2y>2.W0RKlNG«ni:
EXTRA FINE.
oerata think—‘hat there will be in Inosines« in the Citv
<2/17-3 BwfiownSH::!
8. BAILEY. Proprietors.
the next House 190 democrats, 156 County anil State aforesaid, am |
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republicans aid 10 populists. As*th«t said firm will pay the sum <•
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wins, Liquors, Cigas and CigarrjtU
instances of his lit vrality in mak ONE HUNDRED DDLUXlIS L i ,
3CNO FOB CATAUGUE
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ing allowance for doubtful districts i "each and every case of Catarrh, tfint ,
Good Billiard tables, Pleasant Card Rooms, eta., ets.
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he onl< (cannot be cured by the use of
Salo jn is first class in every particular. Experience harts
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claims the election of nine demo Hall’s ■e*
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Mixed drinks to please the most fastidious.
’.,- v-ilue bv c-.nmsinC the name and price.tm
FRANK J. bHENtt’ I tkby
cratic Representative« in Illinois, •
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. pie bo'.to«!, w. ch i,-"tccts you »¿aintl hiRli
to befi».* me ami sub ! » P enual
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and the r •
whilt the estimate of the republic­ ; ' Sworn
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the election of 11 deiuocratsin that,day of Dicember, 1886.
..c»kr<.an..vlaupptyyou,wsc*». bold by
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That will give a fair idea of the
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JOHN BAYER
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in making up hi* figures. He pre I
fers underestimating the 'democrat-!
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Situated on Hilvie« river 1 mile East of Burn«, near th« bridg«
ic strength to uverestimating it,
and has no desire to encroach upon !
CuFtomeis wii receive GOOD FLOUR from
th* bluster and bragging which
has been such a marked feature of
Good Wheat
th* campaign on the republican
•ide.
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BUNNS TLUUH & 5AW MILL
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T he annua’r-us rt of the Com
missioner of Indian Affaire, just
made public, take* et ronfi ground
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in favor of encouraging th* local
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authorities by nmner payments to GEAT SEMI-WEEKLY, ONLY $1 A YEA
Any leg'c'ofthe E ast <)«M hn H khalp can get The Twtre-a {
MRH. LOUTH RACINE, Prop’L
«■»-»»parate with the government in
•■ Virg the Indian children into Week liepublic frre by seudittg in three new »early ■uhm.-riiter» to Tor
•I <•'•! ha* recanti y been enlarye and entirety renovated in frat elaaa atyie.
<•«* public Rchoolc and raye that Republic with *8.
In addftiim lo olita ning the greatest new« wtklv in America, eyri y
the policy which resulted io a re­
subscriber to The Republic will save ten time« th ■ price »»f the pap^r, or
duction of *75,01 Ml in the amount morr, «very year by the specs’ offer* nude «iili«cribeia lit m time to tin •
Table ia Supplied with the Beat the Market Afford«.
appropriated l>v Congress for cm-
Simple c iptea of The Republic wilt le- n-nt anym « upon recep
Traveling n en will fit d this Hold a n
,r*ct sebo« 1* for the current fircall < f po-lal card J _ request. A du ires border«.
■top.
J ear will he continued by the'
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