East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, January 29, 1896, Image 1

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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON,
Highest of all in Leavening Power
country and abandoned alter it had«
European en^ieçrT are much in- served its purpose. It was found
PLBLI s HFD' EVERY WEDNESDAY
térested in the proposed removal of ;a mile and a half north of the vii
BY
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w. c. BYRD & SQN. ; - an entire town in Northern Russian ! l;ige of Palmyra, and in proximity
to a point
43
miles distant, » the'to
it were a lot ot Indian
relics, ss
nr. ;
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P ublishers and I’ roi ’K ietóhs
' houses to he transported over the t though it ha i been buried ‘ in i an
frozen surface of the river on sledges Indian burial mound, as being the
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
ABSOLUTELY PURE
...............12.00
I The city of Kola, on the peninsula safest place to hide it.—Rochester
jue Year...........................................
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Six Mouth« ......................................
,7d
I of the same name, is pow situated Post-Express.
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—Get one of I. S. Geer & Co’s
HERALD CLUB LIST;
—John Sweitzer,carpenter,under­
at the confluence of tvro rivers, the
Jerald and Harper’s MaRaanc...'.......... 5.00
llow to Prevent Croup.
5.201 Luttojoki and the NotoseroJforming
taker and cabinet-maker. His work­ premium purchase tickets. This
Jerald and Harper s Weekly -- ---------
Jerald and Harper s Bazar.. •■■•••• X75 the Kola river, about 50 miles from
shop is in the old saloon building firm agrees to give the holder of
] the Arctic ocean.
Croup is a tarror toyoung mothers next door south of Worthington’s. such tickets a fine life size Crayon
10 ceut» extra ver volume, yuMaae.
While the rivers and the bay be and to post them concering the Mr.Sweitzer guarantees his work at Portrait absolutely free of any
rtT-Coplssof all the above work» can be ex- low are navigable for even large cause, first symptoms and
treat­ prices to suit the hard times, Cof-1 charge, by purchasing $20 worth
at leisure in the Reading Room.
vessels, Kola is situated so far in ment is the object of this item. fins made to order. Will take pro of goods for cash at their store. It
led
z-*-Publi»hers of periodical« are solicited
for land that it is shut off from the sea The origin of croup is a couimon duce partlv for work and balance in is not necesFiuy that the whole
«.endc’uhbin« rates, a copy of their work for
*U F^ Reading Rarm-We file and bimTthe
amount should be purchased at one
Children who are subject “to j ca<h.
»“ter at clo»e of every half-volume, and w < > bv ice much longer that other sea- cold.
wpi»«bv advertisement.
| ports situated even farther north. it tske cold very easily and croup
time, but any amount from 5 cents
J t
u
is
almost
sure
to
follow.
The
fi.st
to $20 as explained upon the tick­
” | like Vardoe, in Norwegian Lapland.
ADVERTISING RATES:
The governor of the province of svmpton is hoarseness; this is soon | A good ranch belonging to H. G. ets.
2 wk 1 1 inc 1 3 mo J fi mo
Archaugelsk, Baron Englehardt. followed by a peculiar roti8h cough, ■Campbell, containing 160 acres 12
1'2.50 '15.00 |s.no 111.00 »15.00
¿8.00 to whose jurisdiction the district which is easily recognized and will miles south’east of Burns.
18.00
This
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy
4 OU o. ;>o 12 03
24.00
40 OO
I »50 5.00 S.00 15.00
50.00
32.00
belongs, has proposed to transfer never be forgotten by tua who has ranch has aboi< 100 acres of good cures colds, croup and whooping
I 4.50 C.00 10.00 20.00
48.00 54.00
I 6.60 9.00 15.00 23.00
120.00
80.00
48.00
‘
2
.4.00
the
citv to a better port nearer the beard it. The time to act is when meadow land. Price $800 or will cough. It is pleasant, safe and re­
in.
oo
12.00
I 20.00 50.00 40.00 60.00 110.00 140.00
mouth of Kola River.
the child first becomes hoarse. If trade for sheep.
liable. For sale by all druggists.
B
yrd
&
K
ing
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Imperial
and
ministerial
consent
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)ain
h
er
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Cough
Remedy
is
JOB WORK
having
been
given,
active
prepara
­
f«
freely
given
all
tendency
to
croup
)t everv description executed with neatness
ind despatch, at reasonable rates,
tions are now being made to trans­ vill soon disappear.
Even after
Pamphlets
Posters,
circular«,
I
<;f Ointmnl. r Catarrh
Letter Heads,
Bill liea.lB,
port Kola o the new location, winch the croupy cough has developed it
ÏBvelope«,
Note Heads,, Cards, Tickets,
katetnent«,
that
contain Siren ry,
invitations.
"
Dodgers,
Etc.
affords great ad vantages’to naviga will prevent the attack. Th< re is
(«mora nd«,
Tnz H erald is kept regularly on file for re­ tion; and since it is surround b\
no danger in giving this remedy for
SHOEriifSiiKJi.
ference, iu the Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad-
las mercury will surely destroy the
rartlaiUK Bureau, 10 Spruce st.. New York.
hills which it will take but little ex • it contains nothing injurious.
. CORDOVAN,
FRENCH «.ENAMELLED CALF.
i sense of rmell and completely de-
pense to fortify, it will certainly be I
4*3.50 H NE CALF&KANGAROa
' range tlie whole system when en
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
come a print of great strategic im-
43.50 POLICE,3 SOLES.
TWO FOR ONE.
'
tering
it
through
the
mucous
sur-
42
5P
WORKINGMEN’,
p< rt ince.
-EXTRA FINE-
.
national :
should
nev»r
Send for free sample and judge | laces. Such articles
The pnojrct is not. however, a
»2.^17= BOYS'SCHMLSHOEl
?re«ide:it ...................................... Grover Cleveland
hereby..
The E. O. H erald and | be used except on prescriptions
new
one.
The
thing
has
been
done
Fice-President.............................. Adlai Stevenson
■LADIES'
lecretary of Stare ................ Walter Q. Gresham
Cincinnati Weekly Ei quirer, both from
-
reputable physicians, as the
4«creiaryof Treasury................ John G. Carlisle on an extensive scale right here in
J«cretary of Interior........................ Hoke Smith
me year-for $2.
damage they will do is ten fold to I
When the Mor­
ieerstary of War
..................... Daniel 8. Lamont the United St iles.
r ’ SEND FOR CATALOGUE
The Enquirer is a 9 colum,8 page
W-L'DOUGL.Ag.
kcretary of Navy ..............Hilary A. Herbert
the good you can possibly derive1
EROCKTON.JAAUS.
Ill., after the paper, issued each Thursday.
iecretary of Agriculture. . .J. Sterling Morton mons left Nauvoo,
Over One Million People wear the
Ittorney General
.................... Richard S, Olney
from
them.
Hall
’
s
Catarrh
Cure,
killing of Joseph Smith, they left be
Largest in size,cheapest in price,
?o«tmaster General..................Wilson 8 Bissell
L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
STATU—OREGON :
j
nearly
700
well-built
*
most
reliable in news,all large type. manufactured by F. J. Cheney & W.
hind
them
feaaror.
I
w- McBride. I
All
our
shoes aro equally satisfactory
•
If
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J. H.Mitchell. ’■ frame houses clustered around their plain print, good white paper.
Co., Toledo, O , contains no mer- They give the best value far the money.
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am* inxnlnrc want anntnov
rtQ
They equal custom shoes In style and lit.
!w.TrEtnesru,a,,n ' unfinished temple
the ruins of our readers want another live paper, cury, anti is taken int rtiallv J J act-' Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed.
congressmen.........
the Enquirer is that paper
The prices are uniform,—stamped on sole.
Attorney General
From $t to $3 coved over other mnkes.
< - win'? Lord h-f which, standing boldly out on a | Call or send orders to this office. ing directly upon the blood and mu
Governor .............
If your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by
. Ii R Kincaid I
lecretary of State
cous
surfaces
of
the
system,
promontory,
is
one
of
the
nao»t
pic
In
Treasurer.........................
........ Phil. Metschan .
. R ............
“
Dealers everywhere
Wanted, «gent to
lupt. Public Instruction . ..
... GM Irwin
[buying Hall’s Catarrh Cure he sure take exclusive «ale for this vicinity. Write
itate Priuter
.
R.. .
W H l.oeds turesque features of upper Missisa
R. 8. Bean. ippi river scenery.
I you get the genuine. It is taken at once.
German g’ape
Supreme Judges
America
’
s
Great
Danger
....... ! ■ p C. . A. Wolverton
Moore
growers came in and settled up the
, id ter nab y and is made in Toledo,
NINETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
They wanted the hillsides
Mstrict JnJ.ge
D ... M.D. < liffolk place
Ohig, by F. J. Cheney <fc Co. Tes­
Outnct A tornev........................... c. W. l'arrish.
X
AN
ENGLISH
COMMENTARY.
for
the
vines.
timonials free.
o ut-rtepresentu(ive ..(R) ...O, L. Pattersoti.
ioiiit-Seu*lor ............... (R)................ A. W.Gowan
Scientific American
The houses were sold to specula
Said an eminent English scientist recently: jfW“Sold by Druggists, price 75c.
< Agency for
COU NTT—IIA RN E Y t
tors, who moved them all in the “ The danger that confronts the great Ameri­ per bottle.
Jonnty .i<1ge ..............
C. P. Rutherford.
can p< ople to-day is not the possible adop- .
Merk ............................. ..(D)..
C. E. Kenyon
Treasurer ......................... (K) ... .... I. 8. Geer course of three winters over the f-oz
i.<>n of a wrong financial policy for the
Purveyor
. T A. McKinnon en basin of tne river to a point 12 nation, or the spread of socialism, or tho
lherltf .................... \"‘ D
(R) .......... A. Gittings
increase of corruption among public men.
Issessor ..
. .(D)..
H.W..Miller miles above on the Iowa shore, and
FERRYS
Jch.Kil Superintendent
ill iheso aie bud enough, to be sure, but
. .C has . Newe l
iR)
Dock inspector
........ H. Turner founded what is now one of the most llicy aro ns nothing compared to the terrible
__ CAVBATS,
(D) I
na' ional disease—1 had almost Bfiid nation I
A.B. Mark«
SEEDS
’ominlg«ion« r»
-.TRADE «HARK«,
........ <R' Ç
R. R. Sitz. prosperous of Western towns—Fort crime—of overwork. Tho mad rush f. r
Perfect seeds grow
D bsicn »• atbhts .
paying crop«. Perfect seeds
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COPYRIQHT8, etc.
Madison. The houses where seton wew'th is set at a killing pace, and thousands
H arney V, r. ». LAND office :
are not grown by chance. JSotlG
• mt -’ v
Handbook write to
fall by the way every year.
* CO'J 861 B koapwat . N ew Y ork .
îegiiter
...
Ing isever left to chance In grow­
... Thomas Jones rude sledges and drawn by oxen.
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"emirlng
patents In America,
Receiver
ing Ferry’» Seed«. Dealer« sell
You are likely to bo one of tho victims I
.....A. A. Cowing '
TO MOYE A -LARGE TOWN, in transporting it from the old
ühf Mitrala
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Ro7â!
W. L. D ouglas
$3
them everywhere. Write for
1 low do we know ? Because it is the excep­
FERRY’«
tion tp find a man or woman of adult ago tn
THEY FOUND A SAFE.
per'ect health. Nervous Disorders me
SEED
ANNUAL
SOCIETIES.
spreading with fearful rapidity. Among t'.e
for ISO«. Brimful of valuable
information about beat and new
symptoms, are—Backache, Biliousness, Cold '
SYLV A REBEKAH Degree No. i3.
es« seeds. Free by mall.
In the fornt window of the Pick­ Hands uud Feet, Dizzines«, Hot Flashes,
Meettevery 1st and 3d Wednesday.
D. M, FERRY & CO..
Fluttering
Sensation,
Fainting,
Flead-clie,
J
Lucy Rusk, N.G.
wick hotel at Sei eca Falls, N. Y. t
Detroit, Mich.
Hysteria, Irritability of tho Heart, Melan- .
M L Lewis, Rec. Sec’y.
is a small iron safe of ancient pat clioly, Failii g Memory, Palpitation, Rheu­
tern, which, a card on the top says, matism, 8h rt Bicatfi, Sleeplessness, Ner­
A. O. ü. W. Ruru« Lodge, No. 47
vous Dyspepsia, Sexual Debility, Fits, etc
D?-V,? r cf Music at
tbe 1Iari
anular
ownpozer
Meet»every 2d and 4th Thursday«.
was found in the ground and con­ R ev . C. A. C arroll , pastor First Baptist «ne
¡"y.
ig 1U’. Tbeatr.,
H .M Horton, M. W.
Church,
Yellow
Springs,
().,
writes
as
follows:
J W Sayer, Ilec’d tained some ancient documents con­
York, March Ut. 1S92.
“ I have n>ed Dr. Mile«* Restorative Nervine •
sisting of maps and charts dated . for the past six months. I find it acts like ' Messrs. Juhn F. Strutton
harney lodge , no . 77, 1. o’ o f .
Dear Mr» -I liavogiven your Ruaslan Out
How it came where it was a ch rm on the whole nervous system. I 1 > lolin String, a thorough trial, and ani plea»-
j
Odd F*,,ow» Hall. every Saturday, 1620.
• have not found itséqual in giving immediate
p
J. C. Woolv N. O.
found is a mystery that no one e relief. Dr. Miles’ little Nerve and Liver e«J to »tau that they aro tho boat toned and
W. C. Byrd, Secy.
I’iils only need a trial .and they will recom­ moat durable xtrings I have ever used
seems able to explain.
Your« ro»pt., DAVK Bit a ii a m
mend themselves to be the beat pills in the
Can
it
be
that
this
safe
contained
market.
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Mormon Bible that was “ For five years I have miffi»red from Ner­
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reuow«-
i» . ...,a«a h,eU'”** Hall. All Com rad« /*
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a
i
.i vou3
r(»Mirai¡on. !
1 was unable
vous a Prostration,
unalde to work nr
or
standing In vitad.
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f:verT Talent taken out by usia brought before
the public by a notice given free of charge in the
F.
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CELEBRATI: □
1
Impartir ofand
\i*5.
Wlg»*sa!« De«!«r H «|| kinds of
MUSICAL. M2irtC* 1
fili, 813,813,817 East 9tfi SL. New York.
.
T. >. MAILS.
araN«— valb :
l trivet and depart« dally,
»•»•»4 Denan, daily, «zeept Maday
fojiel in Wayne county and not «jeep. ThefintdoMofDr.Miles’Restora-
me relief,
inore than thr> e miles from where live
live Nervine
Nervine gave
gave me
relief, and
and ’one
one ’t*17u
tie u
Burns-Canyón Stage Line
•and dollars would not cover tbe go< d it bits
the «afe was found? If so, perhaps done
me.MOHN
MINCHER,
Young.-'
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—JOHN MINCHER, Youngs-
jtbeetory that the famous Bible town, (>hio.
H. A. W illiams , contractor,
; was made in England and brought Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine is un­
carry«« U. 8. Mail, and Eastern Oregon Express Co', Expre.,
equalled in cuRiNa Nervous Disease«. It
here and placed where it was found, »ontain« no opiate.or danirerou«drag.. Sold
Stages Leave Burns daily for Canyon
a positive
guarantee by all druggiats.
is true, and that the safe was used »n
City, and intermediate pointe
Dr. ^
Miles ‘MS^Elkl^'l^d
Medical Co., Elkhart, I d J. 8^*’
Fare $5.