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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1895)
« hat class of people
Mrel-wnto8t disturbed in a storm
said Captain Morse, for-
Llv of the Alameda. The titanic
of the ocean pinched his [eyes
gather as is his custom when a
staggerer is put to him and thought
■•Gamblers!” he answered finally
-When the sea ¡broiling high and
the storm ¡son, howling and roar
¡ng like thunder around the upper
jeek and the lee scuppers are halt
tnetimejin the water, the you’ll see
the gambler get right down and
declare himself with more real feel
j(lg and sincerity then any other
man in the disturbance. When
the weather is reasonably good, np-
on retiring the gambler I mean
the genuine article—will hunt his
nest without any decied reference
tn that invisible powor that is ov. r
land and sea, and is soon lost in
ulumbri—provided he is a winner.
Hesleeys a» e.lmL* as a child just
so long as the gentle rolling of the
ship is to hisliking. But let a hard
wind come up. on one of these n:gli".
when the skv is swept in a trice by
dark and on mm- ebmps and ten'
ta-t I r»:iks fr un windless havens.
the waves up over the bow
and dashing tons of water on th*
tumbling decks—you juet let one
of those occasions present itself mid
th* first dozen men out of their
berths will be the gamblers. Upon
niv word they simply break their
necks tryiu" to square themselves
with the Almighty.”
"What occasions such rapid
negotiations with the Creator?” sn-
quired a gentleman who seamed to
want immediate information on
"Wr-e-ell.” 1 ran l» d the *'ri ptain
lelwetu \ou and me, I have al
ways though it was bt cause the
ids ar.'asr in t them. You see
" i' i. tin ^thunder tiegins to roar
' d the tttie.mtniilable ocean takes
i tion to km ck a ship around to
lit it,-“If the gambler sees that Im
i" ab »ut to have a hard deav.
thinka Ins last shuille h is com»
aid b“ nevt-r knows what part ot
dri'k*!) (sTt'e . a H|S hiart biases
* I -i'ioii in the sleeve and comes
' pin his ii»-vk. He never knows
■'¡¡'tiler he j,
t(, turn t j
r Li« Mi in;., h rnd the>e is a likeli-
'd of I.is I ting r »iced out of the
Sometimes he is high
■ me iuies low, and he often finds
in the hold.
r''a* got a iU(J crowd to handle
-'d he generally winds up bv tak
? water which is anteed up by the
’ < grvv-n eea.”
Naud.tT of Deer.
United States «oldiers are slaugh , Good advice: Never leave the
tering game in Rio Blanco county house on a journey without a bottle
Having purchased the entire stock formerly belonging to Cal
ef Chaniberlain’t Colic, Cholera and ;
Deputy Warden Clark and [Sher* Diarrhoea Remedv. For sale by
Geer, comprising all lines of
iff Wilder found seven deei in the
Several years ago I was taken
HARDWARE, CRCKERY, GLASSWARE, TINWARE,
possession of Lieutenant Koehler
__ 2 party,
1...L officer would
not submit to arrest, anti Mr. Clark, sick in bed about ten days and
STOV E HARDWARE, SUNDERIE8, A CARPENTERS TO
not being clear as to his authority. could get nothing to relieve me un
did not provoke a conflict, Sever til I used Chamberlain’s Colic,
I offer the same for sale at greatly reduced prices for CASH.
al ranchmen were arrested and a Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
C. IL VOEGTLEY.
number of Indian camps found I which cured me and has been a
household remedy with us ever
where game was the meat used.
since. J C Marlow, Decaturville,
Mo. For sale by all druggist«.
Texas Shooting Affray.
St. Louis, Nov. 20—A special to
the Republic from Terrell, Tex., Its Vijue Recognized by Physi
savs: F II Jovee, proprietor of a
s.iloon in this city, fired four shots
As a rule I am opposed to pro
at J. W. Ogles, on horseback to
night, one of the shots striking Sea prietary midicines. Still I value a
born Huckaby in the neck, break good one, especially when such is
ing it and causing almost instant the source of relief from pain, ‘18
death. A second shot struck Buck a topical [external] application I
Scott in the shoulder, ranging have found Chamlierlain’s^ Pain
downward and coining out at his Balm the best remedy I have ever
used for neuralgia of any kind. I
Huckabv and Scott, members of have conscienciously recommend» d
the titeen .Zouaves, were drilling i it to many persons.
m the street and happened to be in Horne, M. D., Janesville, Mis.
Sold by all druggists
range of the stray balls.
Ogles was found nearly an hour
niter in a branch street about a
• lock and a half from the scene °« America’s Great Danger
he chooiing, dying from a pistol
-hot which had entered his side
AN ENGLISH COMMENTARY.
and came out ot the neck.
Joyce wa« arrested and im med i- I Said an eminent English scientist recently:
The danger that confronts the great Ann:
atelv hurried from the city i bv Mar
can people to-day is not the possible ud< ¡>
'll it K“Ler. Bert Hunt, the negro tion of a wrong financial policy for the
or the spread of socialism, < r li e
porter m Jovce’s saloon, is also un-i i , nation,
Increase of corruption among public n.cn.
der arrest and a pistol was found I .v 11 these me bad enough, toko sure, L.t
they are as nothing compared to the to. r.i hi
on his person when arrested. In I . na'ionul
disease—1 had almost said natior I
dignation runs high tonight and C'ime--of overwork. The mad rush i i
further particulars cannot be learn-1 we'dth is set at a killing pace, and thousiii..
Corner of 1st. and B Street.
The Proprietor of the White Front Livery Stable as-
sures the public that he is prepared to accommodate
in every way in his line of business.
g^PHsy and grain constantly on hand, and careful help.
fall by the way every year.
You are likely to be one cf the viciir/.o’
1 low do we know ? Because it is tho CttCC*..
lion to find a man or woman < f adult ago <
perfect health.. Nervous Disorders ; <
Rockford. Ill , Nov. 13—W. I). spreading with fearful rapidity. Among t. <
are—Backache, Biliousness, Co d
Si aplin has received a letter from) symptoms,
Hands and Feet, Dizziness, llot 1 lashes,
his daughter, Mrs. Ida Hamilton, Fluttering Sensation, Fail.ting, Head.die,
Hysteria, Irritability of tho Heart, Melan
confirming the report that she had choly,
Failii g Memory, Palpitation. Ithiu
eft her husband at Levitr, Col. mutism, hh rt Bieatli, Sleeplessness, ? . r-
voiis Dyspepsia, »Sexual Debility, I its. etc
ifter being married only a few
R ev . ( . A. C arroll , pastor First II: pii t
divs. Mrs. Hamilton states that Church. Yellow Sprit gs, ().. writes as fol
“ 1 have Used Dr. Miles’ Restorative Non inc
hir first husband, Mr Grant told for 1 he p ¡st six months. I find it acts lile
her b -fore his death that if she ever a ch irm on the whole nervous system. J I
have uot found its equal in giving immediate
married again he would haunt her relief. Dr. Miles’ little Nerve and Liver i
u t'l doo nday. She says she had Pills only need a trial and they will recom-
mend themselves to be the best pills in the
a terrible feeling come over her on | market.”
the way out to Colorado and could I “ For five years I have suffered from Ner
vous Piostration, I was unable to work oi
not shake it off At the wedding ship. The first dose of Dr. Miles’ Restora
«verybody noticed her pallor and tive Nervine give me relief, and one th t:
<1» d dollars would not cover the good it lint
-he nearlv fainted during the cere- done me.”—JOHN MINCHER, Youngs
monv. She could stand it onlv a town, < >hio.
Dr. Miles’ Restorative Nervine is un
few days, she savs, and then kiss equalled
in curing Nervous Diseases. It
’s seven V children
.. . husband
III IU » VII J | - eontains
.......... •• no ■ opiates wr.
or dangerous ««I
ed This is the bloodiest tragedy
■ver committed in this city.
„„ton the ranch, left, '
for Denver. Mr. Staplid has writ-,
ten her to come home.
Passengers taken to all parts of the country.
Hearse and Job Wagon
HARRIS & JOHNSON Proprietors.
Wines, Liquors, and Cigars.
Good Billiard tables, PleasanttCard Rooms, eta., etc.
Saloon is first class in every particular. Experienced bartend
Mixed drinks to please the most fastidious,
W. *> L.
D ouclas CONSUMPTION
VW W nUL
burns t LO uk & S aw mill
IS THE BEST.
Situated on Silvi., river 1 mile East of Burn,, near tho bridg,
r”? Colo.. Nov. 20.—News has
” r»-Hched here that the Utes
t 700, have finally
i‘o\e<i from Routt county tn
' r'a,i'*n. fcor almost six
have been camped at
•hbf»*.?'Mreai*'t and springs
1 r Pa>,8 «s thev g<> to
and it is esti
i“’ have recently
t n.iigh that portion of the
Ibou ’ ’ ’
The »nee’s« of th'.» Great Congh Core I*
wi.hout a parallel i.i the history oi medicine.
All druggist a are authorized to sell it on a pos-
ftive gnarartee, a ti it tnat no othere re can
•ucce^.mlly atai. f. That it may bt-coma
oys chcui hoes
known. tiie Proprietor*, at an riiirmous ex-
pen«<-. are pladm* a Sample Bot'.iu Free into
m “> i->>- United Rtate* nd Canada.
If vcu have a Couirh, S »re Throat, or Bron-
SEN0 FOR CATALOGUE
..hitia, uw it. for it will core yon. If yonr
-hod baa the Croup, or Whooping Cowgh, use
. nrrwnntlv. nnd relief i - »tire. If you dread
Yea ran »ate money by ptircbaaing VI . L. i
»■it itwii’ oiir d: isc Consumption, u«<- It
I> > uk I h » Shoe«.
Because, we are tue largest manufacturer« of I Vile y-.-ir Druggist for B’fllXMi' » CUM,
Price 10 era.. Bo eta. and SI.00. Ifyo lur Lungs
advertised shoe» in the world, and guarantee
the value by stamping the name ana price on
»re gore or Back lame, use Shiloh's ' Porous
the bottom, which protecta yon against high
Plaster. Price ¿Beta. For sale by 1« I’rug
prices and the middleman's profits. Onr shoes
¿iats and Dealers.
style, easy MiiiUß
fitting « and
nalltie«. We have them
where at lower prices for the value given thaa
JOHN F. «TRAT»03
any other mate. Tiie no substitute. If yout
dealer canuct supply you, wc can. bold by
Customers wi! receive GOOD FLOUR from
♦ 3.5P POLICE, 3 S oles .
$2.VJ B S
c innon v kenyon
1 JIEht> ALSO INVOLVED.
»Ute authorities that
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DruKKHt.«« mill. .x
N UW \ urlr City
8hop opposite the Brewery