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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1895)
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. JAN. 16
“As old as
the hills" an I
ed. “ Trie 1
is the verdict
o f millions.
lator is th ■
'"•only L : .'u ■
and Kidii' '
which y o u
can pin you.
faith for a
mi id Lixi-
t ve, and
imre!v ve '-
ct title, act
rUBLISHKD EVERY WEDNESDAY
W. C. BYRD a SON.
P roprietors .
One Year .........
Six Mouth« .......
HERALD CLUB LIST
Harper’s Weekly ...............
Harper's Young People...
Hernld and Alden'« Manifold Cyclopedia, .2.01
each ad.liiional volume after Vol. I 55 cents!
to cent« extra ver volume, postage.
iTl-tp-Copiesof all the above work« can be ex
amined at leisure in the Reading Room.
Publisher« of periodicals are solicited
k> serin clubbing rate«, a Copy of their work for
our Free Reading Room—We file uud bind the
tstiur al close of every half volume, r”d e-v
awpies by advertisement.
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lb. uu •>.oo ■18.00
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LO.U» 40 4)0 60.00 110.00 140 m
ANOTHER FLOOD THREAT World both for $2 25 a year. Take H untington , Oreg , Jan. 26
idvatitAge of this oiler and get
The “Oregon Commercial Co.,’*
, J ohnstown , Pa., Jan. 6.—Thi-
!citv is threatened with mother
Hood. The melting Ftiow. reinforced
by the heavy rainfall of the past
fi-w days, is swelling t he Cone.iuiugh
and Stony creek.
There is serious danger of a gorg< i
at the Stone railroad bridge.
With a tenibly vivid recollection
of the past, and a trembling horroi
of the future, the citizens are in the
utmost trouble. Many are packing .
up ^heii valuable« and me getting
out of this town of misfortune
In spite of every precaution, if
| the ice in the river should jam and
.mur own local paper and the
I’wiee a-Week World at this special
T he H erald .
A ¡¡ood ranch belonging to H. G.
Campbell, containing 160 acres 12
miles south east of Burns. This
anch has about 100 acres of good
meadow land. Price $800 or will
trmm tor sheep.
B yrd & K ing .
'K. TIT FOn A KING.
then break suddenly, it is very |
probable that another cataclism
W' mid oi < ur.— The Sun.
have this day bought the entire
business of the “Oregon Construc
tion Co.” of this place including
Moneys, Accouiits, Bills Receivable,
Merchandise, Lumber, Coal, Wood,
Farming Implements, Warehouse
and Real E-tate. And assumed all
debts and liabilities of said “Oregon
Construction Co.,’* and have Incor
porated with $50.900.
stock fully paid in. The olii cera
R. M S teel , President.
J. II. A itkin , Vice Pres. ‘
G eo . A. S teel , Secy.
Oregon Commercial Co., per J.
II. Aitkin, mgr.
iliill C.CK.--U.23 CALF.
• CXTRA FINE- " J-
An <>ld-tashioned sea story full o
interest ami adventure, with a
strong lo,-e motive, is begun bv W.
I Clark Bussell in the January Cos
¿STD c NC0^.
pp V/- L- • D O U GV L AQ*
' OUR MIND
Is hard work compared with
changing the appearance of your
Of every description executed wi’.h neatness
Over Cno K'.IXcn Pcop!3 wecr the
«nd despatch, ai icnKonable rates.
c 1- SJces CTS
tna’al-' Af.lc"rr::oc3r-?c'i--"7r /--'..ciory
v» rapper. Itinguished writers with an
Note Beaus, Curds. Ti< acts.
f .-1' ire-:;-.
ment. of 1 he “Great Passions of His They
Theycquelesistcri < tocai ir'. /teanJi-i.
Their vzee-’R'T q-.-r.l'.tlcJ ara vnaarprr'cd.
T he H erald ¡ h kept regularly on fihi for re
tory.’ series.which has been apjear
The prlect era ur'"cr.:i,—rfaneped ett tuic.
ferciiee, in the <»vo. 1’. Rowell Newspaper Ad*
i ->-i Si t-> f’.t e.-’vr-t over other mrVcg,
rerfiiing Bureau. 10 Spruce at.. New Yurfe.
iog in The Cosmopolitan. A discus
11 your dealer ceur.ct ru- -.17 you we can. Soli b-r
The Oregon Pacific
sion uaroused by MFEdward link's
article on “The Young Man and
I Lasts Seven times longer
C orvallis , Jan. 3.—The circuit
The Church,” which will consume
Looks Seven times better Than
| court of Benton county convened at
About Seycn times cleaner Stove
2 p. m. to day before Judge J. c.
J Just preceding the famous Charcot,»
....................... Grover I'leveland
About Two times cheaper l’uÜJ»
AUiai slevei «on 1 Fullerton
The first thing io come
tdeath he pr» p to ' an article for
Walter Q. Gresham
About l'v.o times handier
de creuiry of Treasury
.. . John G. Carlisle ' up was the Oregon Pacific rale.
if Ferry’s Seeds nt your dealers
The Cosmopolitan <>n Pasteur, to he
leeretar.’ ul' Interior
............. Iloke smitli
F ns fresh and fertile ns tliough igsY
Sacrai ary of A ar
Daniel 8. Lamont Aft?r some long and strong argu
F yon got them direct from Ferry’« WO i
published after pnsteur’sdeath. Bin
Secretary of Navy
.. Hilary A. Herbert
' Heed Farms.
Sec rei ar»- of Agriculture
. J. Sterling Morton merits on both sides, which enti
If your rrocer doesn’t keep it,
• Charcot bus died tir»t.and so with the
Kicharo 8, < Hney
. .. Wilson 8 Bissell suiiied most of the afternoon, the
us his name with ¡oc and
I consent, of Charcot’s executors, the
laid before J udge
get a l.ir-e Box and a valuable
'article is given now. The present
.1. N. Dolph
me known uiul planted «very- U
peu ut or?
J. H.Mitchell. Fullerton who took it under ad-
L ulieie, mid «re always Hi«
ramily household book tree.
| "Theatrical Season in New Yor” is
L l>r»t. Fer»/’« Seed Annual
tur lNtl.Y tells nil about .
visement. The court ordered the crit ically considered by Mr James 8. »
........... -W. R. Ellis
them, — Free.
Attorney t.eneral ............. R. E. chamberlain.
DonncUan S Co., Agis.,
O. M. Ferry A Co.
D.Sylveater I’ennoyer case continued until January 19th Metcalfe, editor of Life, gnd
lecremry of state
. .K. Geo. W. McBride
MONTGOMERY ST.. 6. F„ CAL.
Treasurer__________ __ R ______
Phil. Mettchan. to giye Mr. Nash opportunity to I are stories by Tourgee, Howells,
•tipt. Public I iiRlriictiun R....... J. H. McElroy.
with his English I and the famous French writer I
Frank Bukei communicate
) R. 8. Bean. friends and get $50.000 here which I
iuvrt wiH Judge«
./ Wm. P. Lord
I Francois Coppee.
) F. A. Muore
he agrees to forfeit if they do not
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
t Gi'let .lu-ge
. . M. D. CLIFFOKv make a bid of at least $200,000 on
Janx « A. Ice. the day of the next sale.
I f he gets
J. I.. Kami
IF VOU WrtHT ¡aFMMATKJM AECtH
(It) .. o. L. Patters., n.
ioiiil Senator ...............(R;............... A. W .Cuwun
all pn liability a new sale will be
CO UNT Y—IIA BN EY 1
-idge.............................. C. P. Rutherford. order'd at an early date and the
(D)......... P. !.. shideler .
Eurns-Canyon Stage Line
But from the
I. 8. Geer present one set aside.
T. A. McKinnon
Sheriff. ............................ (R) .
A. GlitD ga tone of the judge’s conversation,
A'Mr*'«3 •< lett-'f or nogt j cnr< ro
S sschb >r
S. W. Miller
T. A. M c K innon , contractor.
THE fHKWi» CLAIMIS COMFATT.
Sell > d Superintendent ,|K)
.C has . Newe 1 and of the people generally, it is
•)HB WS J I :r< JORN, - - «Rn .cinu Atfeie-
K J. Ivera
the supposition that Mr. Nash’s I -,o. Ho . 4«3._____ WASHINGTON. D
Carrying U. 8. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Co’s Express.
A. B. Mark«
P'NSIONS PHOCVRED F<"t
K. R bin. $50,000 will not be forthcoming on
WlnO'V' Stages L?ave Burns daily for Canyon City, and intermediate points.
ithe 19ih, and if not it is a fact that
HARNEY U. «. LAND office :
‘ I rò , t r So ’"l'i n i SaPors r’Itsbled tri •’ e ita ■
Leon Brown, Express Agent,
’nmm«»Jon<B jU(]ge Fullerton
will confirm the
■ tv lo me rcuitinr Army ' r Ni>' v «hice th ■
u.-.T or» or
maina '•«r» of 1832 to 1M2.
r • biow», now ■ nutlecl Old«nd refe*'-I clan
sale as made to
A . tu «eecinny.
i<wiua<vu entttled to hlirher r>te»
lenii for new lawa. *r chargo for advice. N ? fe>
Hammond. — Roseburg Review.
SYLVA REBEKAH Degree No. 43.
Meet« every 1st and 3d Wednesday.
Lucy Rusk, N.G.
M L Lewis. Rec. Sec’y.
Last Friday afternoon the town
I of Long Creek was visited by fire, I
The recent change made by the
and the Masonic Hall, Keney Bros.’
New York Weekly World in issu
A. O. ü. W.Hiirn« Lodge, No. 47
saloon and Win Runio’sstore were
Meetaevery 2d and 4thThuridati
two papers» week in p’ace of one
li M Hurtun, M. W.
consumed. The fire originated in
J. W Sayer, Rec’d I
is meeting with great favor
I I the hall from a defective flue. The
The people appreciate the change
tallon was m xt adjoimng. and all
BURNO m IA HONOR l odge, No. 8
are taking advantage of it.
Meets every kd and 4th Monday.
Mr«, Sayer Cor H. I the fixtures were saved.
Keep it.f. >rnied of what is going |
seved most of bis large stock of
HARNEY LODGE, NO. 77, 1.0 (I F.
in the world and particularly in
merchandise from the burn
Me t« at Odd Fellow« Hall, every Saturday, grurrtii
J. C. W. sa I f N. G.
ihg building. We understand he
W. C. Byrd, Secy.
now in session. Every movement
carried insurance to tne amount
HARNEY POST NO. 48. G. A. R.
be of the greatest interest.
Meet«every l«t and 3d Wednesday of each of l6.0<>0, but. w hether on i lie build
Keep abreast of the times by rend
nonth. at odd Fellow«’ Hall. All Com rad«
ing or gixxls we have been unable
t« good «landinginvited.
I to learn.
The Masonic hall was
built by an incorporat'd company,
U. S. MAILS.
papers a t ear for only $1 00.
Buatta— vali :
and cost about6,000. It waainsur
4 rrivesand departs dally,
Arrangements have been mado’
ed for 3.000, Ixtng Crtek people
lussi- CAMYOM CITY ;
which we can furnish this paper SCO H16
are oearing their misfortiit.e brave*
ad Depart« daily, earept Sand«,
W. W. Johnson Proprietor.
New Billiard Table
.14 .4 U* —
4 . ¿«ste
W. W Johnion