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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1895)
The 0. C. CO
Having purchased the entire stock formerly belonging to Cal
Garry the Largest Stock of Gen
WAR WITH SPAIN.
eral Merchandise in
CAK^Seut. 13.—A special to |
a local paper fr°m Washington
wivs: Information as to the recent
Mrt-ret work in the navy department
his leaked out and the result is They
Geer, comprising all lines of
HARDWARE, CRCKERY, GLASSWARE, TINWARE,
iiifficent to justify the belief that
President Cleveland is meditating
seriously the possibility of hostilt-
tier between Spain and the United
States in the near future.
Whether the dispatch is due to a
desire to recognize the Cubans as
belligerents, or an intention of be
ingin s position to enforce th“ Mo
ra claim is uncertain, but it cannot
lie denied that the’etate and navy
departments have been unusuallv
active in the last few weeks. Cer
tain branches of the navy depart
went are now devotihg their at ten-'
tion to the Cuban matter almost ex- [
Acting under recent orders from
Secretary Herbert, some of the of
dent and S retary Olney r. cogniz
tlx necessity of preparing f->r acti r
intervention id the affairs ef Cub.i. ,
Exhaustive reports have been'
prepared for Secretrry Herbert and
tnr pr sident on naval conditions,
f>r a >le>cent on Cuba. The ques-'
turn of traifports and the fac:litiesl
fir Ian 'ing troops on the island ‘
ii.oeb.en looked into thorough!; I
»nd ihe results tiled with tin secre- .
twyuf the iavy.—Statesman.
HARDWARE, SUNDERIES, A CARPENTERS TOO
I offer the same for sale at greatly reduced prices for CASH.
C. H. VOEGTLEY.
ARE NOW LOADED WITH FALL ANO WISTER GOODS
[SELL AT ONE PRÏCg]
Corner of 1st. and B Street.
I m .
Go nd se? Them or Write ^hem.
THOROUGHBRED BUCKS FOR SALE.
W. D. Huffman Fcr' Ore
I horoi ghbred and High Grade
Spanish Merino Bucks.
From 300 to 500 Head.
The Proprietor of the White Front Livery Stable
suret» the public that he is prepared to accommodate
in every way in his line of business.
j£W“H&y and grain constantly on hand, and careful help.
Price from $4.00 to $15.00 per Head.
Thesa Bucks are from the Cunniogton Sheep Ranch, Un)ap||a^*~
Hearse and Jeb Wagea
Siree 1878 th-re li.ive Teen nine!
rp: ■»¡iiivK "t dvMii’ery in different j
parti» <>f tne c luiiti'v i't which
Ciiaiui" rlain’s < ol.c, Cii- lera and
binrrhuea Remedy was used with
peif.ct succes». lhaeutery, 1 when | T he U kivehhity of O regon , Eugene, Oregon, offers free tuition to all i
• piiiv'iiic. is almost as »were and ’’’f’dents. Young men can obtain board, lodging, heat and light in the.'
i dormitorv for $2 50 per w< ek. Roomers furnish their own linen. Young 1
HARRIS & JOHNSON Proprietors.
lUiigvmuB s Asiatic clml» ra. Here
I women are provided with board in private families at $3 00 per week,
’ i»re the best effects of the most i Youtig women desiring board should address Prof John Strain), Eugene?
Hnli.d pinMcians have fallen to. j Oregon;
v/regon; or Secretary Young Woman’s Christian Association, Eugene, i
v, i k its ravages, this remedy,¡The University offers three hacca laureate d»grees, Bachelor of Arte? BURNS,
i ■ -ever, has cur»<i the most malig i Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of letters with corresjionding courses
. . e
.„j of studv. The follow ing shorter courses are also offered:—An English
iiant cas»». both of children and
'course lending in two years to a business diploma and hi three years to
H'luiiB. ¡md under the most, trying ||)p
graduate in Emz'.Lh; An advanced course for graduates of nor
wlij.-n proves it to be rnal scho< Is lending to the degree master of pedagogy; A three veers'I
Good Billiard tables, Pleasant^Card Rooms, ofc., eto.
th« Lest medicine in the world for course in civil engineering leading to the degree civil engineer; A course1
all . i .t °f two year»» for teachers
» duca tion leading to a diploma and
| baloon 18 first class in every particular. Experienced bartender
bow«l coinplaiutb. Fori ► ale by
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Mixed drinks to please the most fastidious.
■cidental tee of ten dollars which is payable in advance by all students !
I Rtndents holding diplomas from the public schools and those having.
Seat It to HU Mother in Gea- fppchora’ certificates are admitted to the preparatory department without ’
examination. Tnose desiring information regarding the preparatory de-
. „ .
. . .
, nartment should addrea- the Denn, N. L Narregan. Eugene
Mr. J «icon pj S wciiscn, who is in the
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F< r catalogueF and information addreaa C. H. Chapman, President
eu*piuv of the Chicago Lumber Lo.,1()r j j W-ltonj Secretary. Eugene, Oregon.”
si Be? Moines, Iowa, says: “I have
j.isl sent roia- medicine back to
u»v luomer in tbco.d country, that
I know iroiu jierMjtial use t > l»e the
i*»l lUiUlcilie m the woild for
Situated on Silvies river 1 mile East of Bums, near the bridgv
»••euiuii'is.n. Laving used it in my 1
liUtdy lor scleral ye ¿re. it 1*,
Customers wil receive GOOD FLOU W from
t-xded Chamberlain’« l’ain I »alm j
II ***•" dm ;• the wo.k. 50 eeiita
*«* th.» f .r »a * by m H dru-r gists.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON 1895-1896.
Wines, Liquors, and Cigars
«J a I*.
pukn S rLOurt & S aw mill
AMI «HP HAMMER SODA
Costs no more than inferior package soda— U
never spoils the flour, keeps soft, and is uni. HI M
nsrsdUy acknowledged purest in tbe world, B
BLACKSMITH & WAGON SHOP.
M c K innon
Shop opposite the Brewery
All work in our line done neatly and with dispatch,
Give us a call.