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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 21, 1895)
a Jockey Club will give
FIRST DAY, AUG. 28.
L ¡miledash, free for a11’
L | u)ile dash for Harnev
L horses. 25 class, purse
| rtCOSD DAY, AUG 29.
Lnd repeat, two in three,
L for all. Dursa
third day . avg 30.
paper press” and asserting emphat been obtained.
' icallv the silver craze was not dv
50 ing out. but was fast widening its .
It was like a volcano which
J3C5 r. ST2ÂTT0S
j could not be suppressed by cover
Mj. tfUOyariiida'l1’ for liar-
Lycou^y horses that never
U fur public money, purse
roCKTH DVT, AUG 31.
I 1st. 1 mile and repeat, two
kthrve. free f •( .-ill. P’.n-e
ing t'o crater. . The bel:ef in the
east that it was <1 irg out, he add-
j*d, w s ¿ne to the fact it had now
1 1 s d th»- pyrotechnic stages of
noises and demomtration.
L2d. 1 n.il dash for Indi n
Lr»«, Indian ri irrs.mtrai.co
'> « Y E. ry
Corner of 1st. and B Street.
Importeri and Wholaaato Dealers 1® ®H kinds of
Violins, Guitars. Banjos, Accordions. Harnwnl-
l » s ,
Tm p-r ett t entrance fce n-
L'lirtd in all races. Entries to . e •
Ld<* »¡th tto secretary on orLe-
8 o’chck the evenii g before
t r.■ ■
ud three to start in a l
FiMtu-e 75 per cent of
»end horse 25 per cent
L.t.iM ver.-ed by the
M inneapolis ,
Aug. 17 —The Padroli, a rancher, has discovered
wrote Senator a ledge on his ranch working $100
Peff r <f Kansas, asking himjperton. He made a cleanup of
whether he h»d gone back on free $10,000 yesterday. Plenty more1
♦ V» i a tr.orn-
F» •_* camp
| silver, received a mr.it*
, of ♦ the
is 11 insight and as-1
150 j ¡ng <lenounciijg the “partisan new» says going to $150 per ton have ‘
111; mile dash, free for a.l,
Having purchased the entire stock formerly belonging to Cal
H ong K ong , Aug. 17.—The com-:
‘‘The face of ail nature is pim mission appointed to investigate the
Geer, comprising all lines of
pled with graves. No farm is so mass teres of missionaries and their
small that it cannot afford at least families at Ku Cheng which left
hardware , crckery , glassware , tinware .
one; no hill so high (I speak of the Foo Chow Tuesday arrived safelv
garden province^ of China) that is
at Ku Cheng
STOXE HARDWARE, SUNDERIES, & CARPENTERS TOO
n .l dotted with them to the top j
have been made in connection with
No city lacks them, within and
I the massacres the natives appear to
I offer the same for sale at greatly reduced prices for CASH.
without its walls; only the coin-
5 be very much alarmed at the ar
pactest cities are without them.”
C. H. VOEGTLEY
riyal of the commission.
Notwithstanding the great po| ula-
tion of the country the observer is
reminded of the old saying to the
effect that the millions that inhab-f
it the earth are but as a handful
compand with the multitudes that
V irginia , Aug. 17.—There is
sb ep beneath its surface.
considerable excitement over the
j discovery of gold Quartz in the
Padroli mine in Silver City, six
Peffer Heard From.
mi es from Virginia.
I d'hat a ‘Jrayeler says of China
.- II! I.-.iscf Strings, etc., etc.
The Proprietor of the White Front Livery Stable as
sures the public that he is prepared to accommodât«
in every way in his line of businesa.
and grain constantly on hand, and careful help.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON 1895-1806.
Hearse and Job Wagon
H.freAff eiaiion lji - s .
T he U niversity < f O regon , Eugene, On gon, offers free tuition io alii Passenger* taken to all parts of the country.
al . - n . freNident student».
Young men can obtain board, lodging, heat and light in the
t!...' ' incounection
Lit C aldwell , Secretary.
dormitory for $2 56 per w< ek. Rcon ers furnish their own linen. Young
women are provided with board in private families at *3 00 per week.
- ------ • Young women desiring board should address Prof. John Straun, Eugene.
Oregon; or,Secretary Young Woman’s ( hrisiian Association. Eugene.
Ri-di. N. uh. c.f this place. ‘ The University offers three baccal mreate degrees. Bachelor of Arts.!
I U" hken n the night w ih cramp- ’’ chelor of Scierce and Bachelor of Lettt rs with corresponding courses |
‘ v "v , ‘ if. of study. Tr.ef Vowing sb-rh-r
are also offered:-An English
course leading in two years to a business diploma and in thr e years to|
- H a Rot- fj F p(|p graduate in Eng i-h; An advanced course for graduates of nor .
■ ii; a errv curuial i ut g< t no mal schools leadii g to the degree master of |edag<‘gv; A three year»’
r ’ > • then »-i.t 1 - me to see course in civil ergir.eeriog leading to the degree civil er gineer; A course
HARRIS & JOHNSON Proprietor.
fl i.n<l »1 vil J g 1O L.lp. her. 1
two,ye?rs for teachers of physical education leading to a diploma and *
charges an in-
nt lim it’uf Ct au.torlain’s tie
’’irPC,nr < ‘ f physical education. The University charge»
• • ! fill b-e of
t f ten dtillar»
payable in «advance l»v
P'hr.lh kra and bianhora R-in-
diplomas from (he public schools ana
and those having
Good Billiard tables, Pleasant Card Room», «to., etc.
< • c. se reliev*d her. tesch^rs’certificates are admitted to the preparatory department without I
A.■ iitr oi Our iiHghs-ur* h.-.d te*n 'I'« ii Atim. Tnose desiring information regarding the preparatory de "aloon is first class in every particular. Expenenced bartender
f.( »lout a - e» k and Lad tried partment sb'iuld addreg- the Dean, N. T. Narregan. Eugene
}■. r cn’alogues and ir.formation add-ess C. II Chapman. President. I
Mixed drinks to please the most fastidious.
«:-rtnt frti.tdi» r for diarrhura but
bpt retting worse. I sent him
’ tomm remedy. Oniv four doses ,
^•fMnqaind tocure him. He
My» he oar« his recovery to th*»;
•ooderful remedy—Mrs. Mary
Stoy, Sidney. Mid.
F q : fair by
*11 drutf re.
Wines, Liquors, and Cigars.
.. CHEAP MEAT MARKET.
I-*»t iQtLmer or»e < f our grand '
a aev ere E JORDON
Ovr dwor'e reme-
' » had f«:bd.
we tn-d Cham- •
T*“« Celie. CUJera and Diar-‘
__ , ®***dy. wùH.h gava very (
* ’^►f- H e r» gmd it aa the
Situated on Bilvie. river 1 mil. Eaet of Burn,, near th. bridg,
Customers wii receive GOOD FLOUR from
In the I.ccker Building under the
pUt °° ,Le n'ar
”*t'wr, Frederick atoo. Ito.
•’¡»crnair » ». •
Mett at retail or wholesale pnces,
""tot , ,
Pork, and Mutton will be on the block.
r<H Cr dyarn-
Give me a trial
‘‘•Lf tupj jw empire®. It
When it is possible. Beef.
•Sausage alway« on hand.'
BLACKSMITH k WAGON SHOP.
M c K innon
° * T*
^ir*y oxAt*n hate «B-
•*,r Kncere gratitud, far
BUHNS rLOliK & SAW MILL
SUp nnporite the Brewery
All work in our line done neatlw .-i
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