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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. AUGUST 28 1895,
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
The couple went to the City Hall I
Mrs. Crandall Root, a boarding and obtained a license under their
HBLISHKD EVERY WEDNESDAY
house keeper of Colorado Springs, .correct names, but giving Washing-
filed suit against W S. Stratton,the! ton as their place of residence,
W. C. BYRD & SON.
P ublishers and P roprietors . millionaire mine owner, for breach The marriage ceremony was then
of promise on May 30. She alleged t performed.
in her complaint, that she had been
. SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
¡induced to yield to the solicitations
of Stratton at a time before he was
HERALD CLUB LIST:
known in the world of finance and
B altimore , Aug. 21—The popu
Herald and Harper’« Magazine............ 5,00
gerald and Harper’s Weekly ............. 5.20 had nothing but hissmall wages as lists held their state convention
fferttldand Harper’s Baxar.................. 5.20 a carpenter to support him.
here today. Resolutions were re
Herald and Harper's Young People
Jerald and Alden « Manifold Cyclopedia, .2.90
ported indorsing the Omaha plat
each additional veltnne after Vol. I 55 cerite:
10 rente extra ner volume, portage.
, but at the time of the alleged offense form, declaring against free silver,
r^-Copieiof all the above works can be ex- she was a widow.
The case is now . in favor of reform in the oyster
♦ nlned at leisure in the Beading Room.
pendingin the District Court, but |laws etc Editor Dunning, of the
A MILLIONAIRE SUED.
—Get one of I. S. Geer tfc Co’s*
taker and cabinet-maker. His work
shop is the old restaurant building. firm agrees to give the holder of
Mr.Sweitzer guarantees his w'>rk at I such tickets a fine life size Crayon
prices to suit the hard times. Cof I Portrait absolutely free of any
fins made to orde”. Will take pro 1 charge, by purchasing $20 worth
duce partlv for work and balance in of goods for cash at their store. It
Watchman, Opposed, the declaration ca-*h.
is not necessary that the whole
against free silver, but was voted (
amount should be purchased at one
down bv a large majority and the,
time, but anv amount from 5 cents
resolutions were adopted, The fol-
to $20 as explained upon the tick
lowing wtre nominated: Govoner,
Having permanentiv’ located in
H. T. Andrews; attorney getterai, Burns, Will teach music on Piano,
H. W. Monett; comptroller, G. 8. Organ, Violin and Guitar. Music
Chamberlain’s Cough Remtdv
furnished for balls and parties, cures colds, croup and whooping
terms to suit the times.
cough. It is pleatant. safe and re
E. A. Scherer. liable. For sale by all druggists.
Cojprado Bull Fight.
Publishers of periodicals are solicited
«Betoi dubbing rates, a copy of their work for
»ar Free Reading R->oni—W e file and bind the
atter at close of every half-volume, end r«v lt
tepiss bv advertisement.
her attorneys say she has a good .
case a- d that they will be able to
| substantiate all claims when it
co'iies to trial, with letters from
AD VERTI-INO RATE«:
S,ration The suit is for $200,000.
1 wk 1 2 wk 1 1 mo
Strat’on is reputed to be worth
♦11 00 115.0'
Lnch »1J0 »2.50
Z .I (.
6.50 12.6 1
fr m <5.000 000 to $10,000.000, ac
6.1» 10.00 29.00
cumulated in the oast three years.
9.00 1.1 00 23.00
12.00 lii.00 2<8.00 ■4X.0O
SO. 00 120.0
I1 ‘‘ 1
Shortly after the filing of the suit
ZO.OO 30.00 4 » 00 60.00 110 00 140 tr
Stratton ordered work su -pended or. I
sevet *1 of bis properties, so as to ‘
Jf every deaeription executed with neatness limit the output to $100,000 a !
«nd despatch, at reasonable rates.
CW ipple C reek , Colo., Aug. 21 —
monlli; but he does not seem capa
A good ranch belonging to H. G. I Stock Salt at $8.50 per ton sacked!
Note Heads, Cards, Tickets,
ble of restricting the growth of his
the district is covered with glowing Campbell, containing 160 acres 12
WOOL STORED FREE!
fortune, for no later than last week
posters announcing the coming hull miles south east of Burns. This
T hs H erald is kept regularly on file for re
R. R. RATES THE BEST!
ference, iu the Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad- miners in the Independence struck
fight at Gillette. Sixty carpenters ranch has about 100 acres of good
’ertising Bureau, 10 Spruce st.. New York.
Can any point offer more? We
a four foot vein that runs $120.000
■ are putting the finishing touches meadow land. Price $800 or will [are the competing point and this is
to the ton, or the richest pay streak
ion the big bull ring. The troupe trade for sheep.
I the place to rend your WOOL.
everstruck in the world.
of Mexican I all fighters arrived j
B yrd it K ing .
25 cts rate to I’endietion from here.
Stratton is quiet in his habits
[last night and others will be on
taeident ................................ Grover Cleveland All his cnoney so far has g ,ne back
'hand fit Saturday. J. H. Wolfet'
• / .
No point can offer better
Walter Q. Gresham into the grouid for the des elope I
the pmjA'tor^,'of the fight. sa\s:|
jecreiary of Treasury .........r John G Carlisle
Buyers are here getting
Jecretarv of Interior .........
tloke smith meot of nis pruperties ftr.dTTfe pur
■ We have already sold over 5000
Jecretary of War
Daniel S. Lalhont
I Don t overlook your interest in the
iscretary of Navy ............ Hilary A. Herbert chase of others.
tickets and ido nut believe 100 of
Jscretary of Agriculture
J. sterling Morton
Doubtful Seeds nlone. The best
His most sensational effort was
attorney General ..........
Richard 8, Otnev
. them wet t into the hands of minors.
.... Wilmui 8 Bissell
more. Ask your dealer for
I 1 have si en Governor McIntyre and
fers— we can duplicate anv propot-i-
J. N. Dolph | smelters at Denver that netted him
the sheriff of this county and believe
Sen i your wool in our care.
| that both are convinced that noth
t W. R. Ellis
tl. If, Idlemnn
I Alway, the beat. Known
' ing of a cruel nature will be dis-
Wm P Lord I ity of 40.
»»cretary of State
O C. Co .
. H R Kincaid
f Annual for IMS tells you
J played in the arena.”
u.^f' uUt,llp ln”ruction
............ G VI Irwin
Heut Free. Get It- Address i/j
W H l.aeds I
R. S. Bean.
. r VI
111 P. Lord
) F. . ...
Young Gresham Elopnl.
JUIHCI al ' DISTRICT;
M. I). C li Y fo K o '
Jani« s A. Fee.
J. L. Rami
-o- L. Patiersou. j
A. W. 15wan
N ew K ork , Aug. 12—A Herald
special from Washington savs:
Samuel H. Gresham, a nephew
the late Secretary of State, and a
.nantv . jdge
■ C. P. Rutherford. prominent business man of Norfolk,
...(D).. .. C. E. Ken> on V
a , and Miss sarah Kobbe, a
1.8. Geer '
I» ... T AiA,.<GitUnw daughter of Captain William A
<-*• - -
. .8. W. Miller
C has . Newe I Kobbe of the Third United States
America’s Great Danger
D. M. FERRY & CO.. jrJP
this afternoon. The wedding took
place at the Hotel Oxford, where
the eloping couple registered after
' REHKKah Degree No. 43.
their arrival in the eitv.
every 1st .nd 3d Wednesday.
Miss Koblte and Mr. Gresham
Lucy Ruak, N.G.
M L Lewie, Rec. Sec’y.
arrived in Washington on the
steamer Washington at 7 a m yes
v««?. K l ’ * Rnrn*
■Severy 2d and4thThurBda>r -
terday. The morning was spent in
H M Horton. M. W.
driving about the city, and about
•» W sayer, Rec'd
1 o'clock Miss Kobbe and a woman
drove to the Oxford and
*" M •nd «h Monday.
asked the clerk to assign them a
Mr*. Sayer C or H.
, w»«»«M*Md r 'ii’E’ K°’ T>' *' ° ° F-
room. Miss Kobbe said she inted-
«very Saturday. ed to get married at the hotel, and
¿ C. Wooly N. G.
registered under the name of Mrs.
" C. Byrd. B«-cy.
T. F. Gage of New York. She then
rr s° «• « * r .
ta72¡¿** ”'w Ddufwi'J* n’ne*,ay of each naked that a police magistrate be
sent f >r so that the marriage cere
mony n ight De performed. It was
c - •- maim .
found, however, that the district
magistrates have not the power to
tta'ü-V/y."’ C’W :
marry The Rev- Dr. York was
asked to perform the ceremony and
AN ENGLISH COMMENTARY.
Said an eminent English scientist recently:
“ The danger that confronts the great Ameri
can people to-day is not the possible adop-
_ of a
a------ r ' . policy
" , for
* - the
nation, or the spread of socialism, or tho
increase of corruption among public men.
-'ll »hese are bad enough, to be sure, but
... H. Tuir.er Artillery, eloped from the Hygeia 1"r? 5" DothiD?f°?pi‘red to
■ A ut , •
h'D tonal disease—1 had almost said nation I
R. R. Sits. Hotel, Old Point Comfort, last even Crime-of overwork. The mad rush 1 r
we«'tli is set at a killing pace, und thousai.cn
ing, and were married in this citv fait
by the wny every year.
■ A. A. Cowing
S3 SHOE r!?as iresb.
-■ III- will
FRENCH A ENAMELLED CALF.
jjj4.*3.sp F ine C alf &K ancaroti
♦3.50 POLICE, 3 SOLES.
Over Ono Million People wear th©
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
You are likely ta bo one cf the vlciima!
How do we know? , , Because
it is the CXCes-
All our shoes are equally sat’sfactory
They give the beat value for the money.
Thev equal custom shoes in style and fit.
TJ’3'r wearing qualities are unsurpassed.
un,f°rm.—- efampedon sole.
From $i to $,) saved over other mnkes.
ixrfect health. Nervous Disorders nie
spreading with fearful rapidity. Among ti e
symptoms, ate—Backache, H i H ousdchm , G..d
Hands and -Feet, Dizziness, Hot ] kishes,
Fluttering Sensation, Fainting, Head the,
Hysteria, Irritability of the Heart, Melan
choly, Failitg Memory, Palpitation, 1 h«u-
nmtism, bh< rt Breath, Sleeplessness, F\r-
votis Dyspepsia, Sexual Debility, I its. «tc
R f . v . C. A. C arroll , pastor First B- p i t
Church. YellowSprb gs,(»..writesusGI <
J have U'jed Dr» Miles’ Restorative Neri ine
for the p .st six months. I find it acts lit e
a ch trm on the whole nervous svstem. I
hrtve not found its equal in giving immediate
relief. I»r. Miles’ little Nerve and Liver
Puls only need a trial and they will recom
mend themselves to be the best pills in the
“ For five years I have snflered from Ner
vous 1» «istrstion, I was unal.leto work or
•I. - p The first dose of Dr. Mile«’ Restora
j K ca VEAI ò, I HADE MARK s ^ w
CAW J OBTAIN A PATENT*
If your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by
Wanted, agent to
take exclusive rale for this vicinity.
opinion, wr ta to
“Ui N N iv CO., who have had nearly fifty TMra*
experience In the patent buxine«^ ¿ommuniäi.
tlona Btrlctly confidential. A Handbook nr 'nt
formation concerning Patents and bow u» ohi
tain them tent free. A lac acnt“l<»ue ¿f m2Si2S:
leal and acientlflo hooka »ent free
_ eat ent» taken through Munn A Co
«peci al notice In the Scientific A ni e r Ic a'ZkXa
put Cort to the Inventor. This anlendid nZ>w2.
'Unatrated, haa hr fC uTa
E urns-Canyon Stage Line
tive Nervine g^e mo relief, and one t), ,,
Mt <1 dolhni would not cover the so« «1 it I n
done me.’’-JOHN MINCHER, Young,
Dr. Miles* Restorative Nervine is ,m.
< «nyingC. 8.
iquslled in ct - ri > g Nervous DiM-ase*. Jt
aontains no opiates or dangerous drugs. Rold
A. M ILLIAM8, contractor.
Stages Leave Burna daily for Cansón