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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, FEBRUARY 12
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
But last night’s leave-taking was1
was not so serious, as most of those
Oakland, Cal , Feb. 4—James S. who sailed on that ship will return '
„UJSHKD EVERY WEDNESDAY
Richardson, of 386 Tenth street,has when the inevitable period of proe-
just passed through a remarkable perity sets in here.
w. C. BYRD & SON.
P clishebs and P ropbibtoba experience. He has been blind for1 “I would rather remain
five years in his right eve, and was a dollar a day than live in Califor-
gradually losing the 6ight of his nia for $1.50,” said a man leaving 1
left eye. Yesterday, while bathing a wife and four children behind;
Hi Month* ............................. ................75
his li ft eye, the sight of his right “but I’m almost down to my last
HERALD CLUB LIST:
suddenly returned, and now he can $5 piece, after having involuntarily j —John Sweitzer,carpenter,under
—Get one of I, S. Geer & Co’s
¡¡.r*ld*u'l Harper’s Magazine............. 5,00
SS “d Harper’s Weekly ............... 5.20 see as well aa eyer out of the optic been idle for more than a year. taker and cabinet-maker. His work premium purchase tickets.
and SSr’i Young’People .. 3.75 that nas supposed to have been There are 50 other men in the same shop is in the old saloon building firm agrees to give the holder of
?ertAndW» Manifold Cyclopedia,. .2 90
Sdidonsi v-olnme after Vol. I 5o cents! permanently destroyed.
plight on this «teamer. I have next door south of Worthington’s. such tickets a fine life size Crayon
"cent, extra ver volutne. postage.
Mr. Richardson’s case is puzzling lived in Portland 15 years.»nd 1895 Mr.Sweitzer guarantees his work at i Portrait absolutely free of any
*^-Conie*of all the above work* cart be ex the doctors
They told him he was the first year that I was unable prjceg to suit the hard times. Cof-j charge, by purchasing $20 worth
tend *t ieimre in the Reading Room.
would become totally blind in time Io make a living for mv family. fin?
Qde to order. Will take pro , of goods for cash at their store. It
ra- Publisher* of periodicals are solicited
iuouhhinc rates, a copv of their work for i.ut now he lias reason to believe If tunes grow better here, next sum j duce partlv for work and “balance in is not necessary that the whole
±Seof every half-volume, end r*< i t that he will r< cover his eyesight.
amount should be purchased at one
mcr, moat wf us will return.—Tele I ca-»h.
| Yesterday Richardson was bath gram of the 4th.
time, but any amount from 5 cents
ing his left eye. As he finished
to $20 as explained upon the tick
1 wk 2 wk 1 mo 1 8 mo J 6 mo
How to Prevent Croup.
11.50 £2.50 ♦500 ♦S no 811.00
l ight eve. This was the first in
8.00 4 00 0.50 12 03
1 miles south east of Burns. This
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy
1.50 5.00 8 I« 15.00
Croup is a tarror toyoung mothers
I t.50 6 00 10.00 •29.00 82.00
ranch has about 100 acres of good cures colds, croup and whooping
I 6.01) 9 00 15.00 28.00
an id to post them conti ring the meadow land. Price $800 or will
I 12.00 16.00 ■28.00 48 00
cough. It is pleasant, safe and re
1'20.00 40 00 io 00 60.00 110 00
was carefully bandaged up, and I cause, first symptoms ami treat- I trade for sheep.
liable. For sale by all druggists.
then Richardson experimented with ‘ ment is the object of this item, !
B yrd & K ing .
origin of croup is a common i
jl every de»crlptfon executed with neatness the blind eye.
Hid despatch, at rensonuble rates.
paper up to the light and the black [cold, Children who are subject ’to
gradually A tske cold very easily and I croup I
oints .< r Catarrh !
line across the page
Note Heads, Cards, TicKets,
loomed up until Richardson could >8 almost sure to follow.
that contain Mrcnry,
IS THE BEST.
svmpton is hoarseness; this is soon 1
T h * H erald i* kept regularly on file for re tead.
FIT FOR A KING.
(trence, in the Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad
nrtiiiug Bureau. 10 Spruce st.. New York.
‘T can see! 1« • can
see!” )ie followed by a peculiar rouSh cough,1 as mercury will surely destroy the
FRENCH A CNAMELLED CALF.
£'4.53.sp F ine C alf ¿K angaroo ,
♦3.59 POLICE,3 soles .
| Mrs. Richardson, somewhat
tering it through the mucous sur-
armed over the excitement of her
the child first becomes hoarse.
faces. Such articles should never
«2> i . z =* bqys 'S ciiool S hoex
President .............................. Grover Cleveland husband, rushed into the room.
rice-Pretideut......................... Adlai .--tevenson
‘‘What in the world is the matter
Secretary of State
........... Richard S. 011 ey
freely given all tendency to croup from reputable physicians, as the
iecretary of Treasury............ John G. Carlisle
Jacretarv of Interior ................... Hoke Smith James?” she asktd.
* SEND FOR CATALOGUE
Even after' damage they will do is ten fold to I
iacratary of War
Daniel 8. Lamont
“Why, I can see! I can fee!” he will soon disappear.
Jacretary of Navy .......... Hilary A. Herbert
the croupy cough has developed it the good you can possibly derive'
lecretary of Agriculture.
J. Sterliug Morton
Over One Million Poopio wear the
Jud-rn Harmon shouted again.
Win. 1. Wilson
Mra. Richardson now realized will prevent the attack. Th re is from thent. Hall’s Catarrh Cure, W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
no danger in giving this remedy for manufactured by F. J. Choney & All our shoes ere equally csLisfactory
^rld®. that a great change had come over
They give the best value for tho money.
Co., Toledo, O., contains no mer They equal custom Shoes In style and fit.
She wanted a test it contains nothing injurious.
(Ringer Hermann her husband.'
Their wearing qualities are unsurparsed.
Svogressmen ................. , i W. R. Ellis
cury, and is taken int rnally, act-’ The prices aro uniform,—stampea on sole.
Attorwy General ......
. U. M. Idleman
Prom $i to $3 snvcu Over other mekes.
................... ......... Win P Ixnd
ing directly upon the blood and mu
If your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by
She shut out the |
i«cret*ry of State .............
. If R Kincaid | factory to her
TWO FOR ONE.
Wanted, agent to
Inpt. Public lustruction
............ GM Irwin | light from the left eye, and the
take exclusive sale for this vicinity.
W H Laeds !
husband was asked to read the pa
Send for free cample ami judge
i > R. 8. Bean.
’upreiae Judge* .....................
For the first time in fiye years thereby. The E. O. H erald and you get the genuine. It is taken
> F. A. Moore
NINETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
J quirer, both ,’dternabv and ie made in Toledo,
he read the news of the day with Cincinnati Weekly Ei
D ... M.D. CLlFFOkv
Ohio, by F. J. Cheney
one year fur $2.
BiBtrlct Attorney ..................... C. W. Parrish, his right eye.
fotnt Sepressutative ..(R)
O. L. Fatterson.
The Enquirer is a 9 colum,8 page timonials free.
.......... (R)............. a . W.Gowan
| paper, issued each Thursday.
j^i^Sold by Druggists, price 75c.
A LARGE EXODUS.
Largest in size,cheap'st in price, I
C. P. Rutherford.,
most reliable in news.all large t) pe.
C. E. Kenyon ,
plain print, good white paper If
. •.... (R).................. f. 8. Geer
.. T A. McKinnon
(R)............ A. Hittings parted from here on the California- our readers want another live pnptr,
S. W. Miller
the Enquirer is that paper
'■-bool Superintendent . tK)
.C har . Newe l bound steamer last night, princi
« >ek Inspector
Call or send orders to this office.
..................... Geo. Tregaskis
_C AVI ATS,
A. B. Marks pally in the steerage.
well begun I h half done. Begin
R. R Sits.
,well by getting Fern’« Need*.
_ , .
number of passengtrs were laboring
Don’t let chance determine
Bn<1Handbook write to
HABNEY ü. s. LAND OFFICE:
your crop, but plant Ferry’s
* CO7 861 B roadway , N ew Y ork .
Heeds. Known and sold
.......................... Thomas Jones men out of work, with a trifle more
Oldest bureau for securing patents in America.
..................... ..........A. A. Cowing
<*ke“ »nt by us is brought txSore
than there passage money in their
Before you plant, get
the public by a notice given free of charge In the
Ferry’s Seed Annual
pockets. Many had been living
for 1896. Contains more prao-b- >»
tlcal Information for farmers f-'j I
J^nrest etrculatlon of any scientific par-r in the
and gardeners than many high-
bPl’jdldly illustrated. No lutclllgcnl
priced text books. Mailed free. Z'!J I
InaQ should be without it. Weekly ii'l t>(> a
STLV a REBEKAH Degree No. 48.
B. ■. FEKRY A CO., DETROIT, RICH.
»ear; £1.50six months. Addle»», MU n ’ n ®*' (JO-
Meets every 1st and 3d Wednesday.
taining immediate employment in
P vblubkbs . 30 4 Broadway. New York City. ***
" ■ pF
Miss Leia McGee N.G.
Fam Mothershead. Rec. Sec’y.
•pen winter there.
A. O. Ü. w. Bnrns Lodge, No 47
■OH?’ F, < TRATTA
An unusual sight on the steam
Ths success of this Great Cough Curs Is
Meet*every M and «h Thuradava.
ship dock was the large number of All druggists are authorized to sell iton a pos
JOHN F. STRATTON’S
H M Horton, M. W.
J- W Sayer, Rec'd women, bidding au reveir to their
itive guarantee, a test that no other e. re can
successfully stand. That it may become
departing husbands, fathers and known, the Proprietors, at an enormous ex
M o H Band Instruments
barney lodge , no . 77, i . o o f .
pense*, are placing a Sample Bottle Free Into
7 WVa Od<’ Kïllo’r» Hall, every Saturday,
brothers, in seatch of work to keep every home in the United States and Canada.
W. C. Byrd, N. G/
B. D. McIntyre, Secy.
Piccolosand Band Supplies.
an angry wolf from the door. In chitis, use it, for it will cure you. If your
JOHN F. STRATTON,
' many instances this was the first j it promptly, and relief is sure. If you dread
Cstalogue. •11,«1N,SlB.ai7E.Sth SL.NX
H arney post no . 4«, g . a . r .
seperation between husband and that insidious disease Consumption, use it.
Ask your Druggist for SHILOH’S CURB,
»nd M Wednesday of each
'•«<»! *-*n,HB,h A" C°“r‘d' wife, and copious tears were shed.
Price 10 eta., BO eta. and SI.00. If your Lungs
are sore or Back lame, use Shiloh’s Porous
An old Union soldier present re Plaster. Price Mete. For sale ly all Drug-
Eurns.Canyon Stage Line
marked that the scene was remin- gists and Dealers.
r g MAng
iscent of partings he had witnessed
H. A. W illiams , contractor.
1 during the days of the Rebellion,
•‘AW 4MESIS » gi vesinr ar.t
and Eastern Oregon E
when -aw recruits teok their first
tv-iioi ar. 1 la an j.i •,■’
xpresH Co’s Exprès.
leave from th-ir female relatives,
Druggiatnoi r.mh, -. .!<..•
B“r’» daily for Canyon City, and intrru < diate points
fTea. Aiklrmr * a If A h t>;
just prior to going to the front.
DM 34M, Mew York at» I f are f 5.
W.L. D ouglas