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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1895)
^XSDAY DECEMBER 1« h 5.
Never leave the’a topical [external] application I
house on a journey without a hottie have found Chamberlain’s^ Pain |
ef Chamlierlain’f Colic, Cholera and Balm the best remedy I have ever
used for neuralgia of any kind. I|
Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by
have conscienciously recommended
Several years ago I was taken it tu many persons.
with a severe attack of flux. I was
sick in bed about ten days and Sold by all druggists.
It ig ju.t as well for the repubH- could get nothing to relieve me un
can9 w remember that political til I used Chamberlain’s Colic,
rties sometimes have more confi Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
which cured me and has been a
dence than votes.
household remedy with us ever
Every hotel keeper who enter sinee. J C Marlow. Decaturville,
ing Mr. William H. Hahn,of Mo. For sale by all druggist«.
ohio should iee to it that he never
tiNdown to a meal without a neg-o
on each s.de of him. He
Its Value Recognized by Physi
;aVg he wants the negro to get the
fanie accommoda i »n
and he isn’t, of course, merely
As a rule I am opposed to pro
talking for MeKinlev votes.
prietary midicines. Still I value a
good one, especially when such is
source of relief from pain. As
Buss Platt found time to go over
to Washington to lend a helping
hand to Quay and Reed m th« lr -f
forts to control the time and place
of the next republican nations1
Having purchased the entire stoek formerly belonging to Cal
Geer, comprising all lines of
HARDWARE, CRCKERY, GLASSWARE, TINWARE,
HARDWARE, SUNDERIES, A CARPENTERS TO
I offer the same for sale at greatly reduced prices for CASH.
C. H. VOEGTLEY.
F errys S eed
A»k your dealer
Ferry’« Seed Annual
Invaluable to all plantersand
planters and lovers a
L of Fine Vegetables and Beautiful^
Flowers. Write for It—Free. A
1> M FEKKV A CO.,
Corner of 1st. and B Street.
IM. H. BRENTON
THE NAME OF T E NEXT
And brer Ila rri-on; he fee ms G
have crawled under that hat and
curled up for the winter.
Dr. Talmage has been preachi g
on “opporti.i ity.” He < ught to >•«
familiar with the subject; lie’s had
loti of them and has never tailed to
turn them to his own advantage.
WILL BI ANNOUNCED IN
The name of the battleship Texas I
¡i d.cates a tight» r, but pres« nt in
dications are that the vessti will
never be kept out of the repair shop
long enough to do any fighting.
Some people seemed surprised
because the woman’s edition of tht
bible has not jumped into popular
ity. It is much more surprising
that its publication should be even
The New York Weekly Tribune
OF NOVEMBER 4th 1896.
The Proprietor of the White Front Livery Stable as-
sures the public that he is prepared t© accommodate
in every way in his line of business.
g'KT'Hu.y and grain constantly on hand, and careful help.
! Passengers taken to all parts of the country.
Hearse and Job Wagon
I ublio interest will steadily increase, and the question how the men
‘ whose votes turned the scale at the last election are satisfied with thet
results under the administration they elected, will make the campaign
the jnost intensely exciting in the history of the country.
It will probably be a long’ time
More “reform” playa another mu
mdp.1 ^.gement in New York
Ex-Gov St John say 6 the future
"f the prohibition party is bright.
Well, that depends somewhat on
the sense in which the word“hright”
HARRIS <fc JOHNSON Proprietors.
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publish all the political news of the day, interesting to every American!
eitiz-n regardless of party affiliations.
Also general news in attractive form, foreign correspondents cover I BURNS
ir>g the news of the world, an agricultural department second to none
in the country, market reports which are recognized authority, fascinat
ing short stories, complete in each number, the cream of the humorous
papers, foreign and domestic, with their best comic pictures, fashion
plates and elaborate descriptions of woman’s attire, with a varied and
Good Billiard tables, Pleasant^Card Rooms, «to., eu.
•‘tractive department of household interest.
The “New York Weekly
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of any other weekly publication in th- countrv issued from the office of
Large changes are being made in its details, tending to give
Mixed drinks to please the most fastidious.
it greater life and variety, and especially more interest to the women
and young people of the household.
Wines, Liquors, and Cigars.
Biship Hurst wants the United
&ate< to send troops to Turkey to
protect the American Christians«
bonder if the bishop would accept
- THFHl!R*iCniTRACT enables us to offer this splendid journal
’he lerth of Commander in chief of and THE HER a LD for
»u«h an army of invasion?
fhe republicans of S C. should
haveaccampained their appeal to
tongreg. to undo the work of the
rwnt constitutional convention in
‘Mt state by a citation of that sec
hoo of the Constitution of the U
wbl‘h glv.s Congress authority
t° hiterfere in such a matter.
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iws rioutu S aw mill
Situated on Silvi., river 1 mil. E„t of Burn,, near th. bridge
Customers wil receive GOOD FLOU R from
SUBSCRIPTIONS MAY BEGIN AT ANY TIME.
Address or call at
, Good Wheat
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u‘ent tlie republican candidates \\ nte your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo W Re«i
’•> have an idea that the
Room 2. Tribune Budding, New York Citv and a san» u
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THE SEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE »dili "X
na» ».ominittee is the custodian
thint* krï’i'b Ambassador will
h,nH«ice iæfore he again
7 ^n,tor Morgan, of Ala.
, - ” * dangerous individual I
nyh-lv tojunip on He al
’J^mps back and he ba. sharp
8 ,n the bottom of bis shoes.
BLACKSMITH A WAGON SHOP
M c K innon a kenyon
tieaA.&ii drains and I om of power In Generative Orv«MA
by over exertion, wowitefui error«. excriuUve nwe «r
re a written nar.au« l. rnre nr .
w. A all far it, tale no other. Write for fri>
All work in our line done neatlv
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Far MU >■ Bama.OM, Sr
M. BOSTON, BraggtM.
Shop opposite the Brewery
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