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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. FEBRUARY 26
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
Governor Ahumada left Juarez
last night for Cbihuahu i after mak
Cedar Falls, Feb. 18-When
solemn declaration: “Should
Mort Truesdell, of Kenosha, Wis„ the lighters give battle on Chihua
at a revival meeting to hua soil I will arrest the principles .
P«»™*™“’- the murder of a man named Sheld-J better8> ’P^tator« and newspaper
on, at Leadville, Colo., September correspondents, and not one will
escape a three years’ sentence in
' 10. 1890, he said:
I “I have been trying to lead a prison.’’
............ ; . loo
........ ™ I Christian life for several years, but
HERALD cl UB P st
II w to Prevent Croup
»—Get one of I. S. Geer & C o ’ b
5,00 have been conscious all the time
purchase tickets. This
taker and cabinet-maker. His work
5.20 that I was a great sinner.
,nd Hsfr**,’ Young People... 3.75
Croup is a tarror toyoung mothers shop is in the old saloon building firm agreeB to give the holder of
guilty of murder and ready to sur-
y,inifold Cyclopedia, .2.90
. .i,ien • MW»
y , j 55 ctn„;
rende8 myself to the officers. I and to post them concering the next door south of Worthington’s. such tickets a fine life size Crayon
want to serve the Lord, and cannot cause, first symptoms and treat Mr.Sweitzer guarantees hie work at j Portrait absolutely free of any
. (.,.,1 »11 Ihe «bove works can be ex •
¿^¿reiu the Reading Room-
do it without leaving off this awful ment is the object of this item. pricy« to suit the hard times. Cof-1 charge, by purchasing $20 worth
The origin of croup is a common' fii I made to ordtf. Will take pro of goods for cash at their store. It
.d neriodicals are solicited J burden.”
fcopvof their work for
To a repc.rterJTruesdell aft rward 1 cold, Children who are subject ¡to dtiee partlv for work and balance in is not necessary that the whole
■/. li .oil—"v
and bind the 1
XWen'half-volume, end w o
amount should be purchased at one
it tske cold very t-asily and “rouP|Ca«h.
made the following c »nfession:
timo, but any amount from 5 cents
“I first met the man I murdered is almost sure to follow. The first
8vmpton is hoarseness; this is soon ————
to $20 as explained upon tho tick
at Springfield, III., the 28th day of
ï,„.«(■>uk I imo I 3 mo I 6 mo I 1 yr July, 1890.
He and I traveled from followed by a peculiar rotiSh cough, j a good ranch belonging to H. G. ets.
there to Colorado together. I h id which is easily recognized and will Campbell, containing 160 acres 12
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy
been a private detective in Wiscon never be forgotten by cne who has! miles south east of Burns. This
211.00 32.00 50.00
cures colds, croup and whooping
28.00 48.00 54,00 sin.
I was .still a detective, but heard it. The time to act is when ranch haB aboi>t 100 acres of good
48.00 80.00 120.00
' meadow land. Price $800 or will cough. It is pleasant. 6afe and re
(¡0.00 110.00 140.00 had no authority outside of th; t|
liable. For sale by all druggists.
The fellow’8 name was Bill Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy is I trade for sheep.
B yrd & K ing .
Sheldon or Shelton, 1 don’t know , freely given all tendency to croup
»very description executed with neatnes«
which. At Tennessee Pass I was
Idetptieh. at reMOUkble rate«.
I taken sick
with mountain fever. | the croupy cough has developed it
tnnts i< r Catarrh
I was s'ck only one night. Slfeldon will prevent the attack. There is rot
that contain Mrcnry,
was then with me, and while I was no danger in giving this remedy for
(J J OllVE, FIT FOR A KINO.
Tni H srald 1« kept regularly on file for re
. cordovan ;
»reorr,in"'« Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad- in bed he rifled my pockets, taking it contains nothing injurious.
L, New York.
FRENCH A ENAMELLED CALF.
«ruling Bureau, 10
some private letters which contained
4.#3.sp F ine C alf & K angaroo .
i sense of rmell and completely de
♦ 3.50 POLICE,3 50LE3.
matter showing I was a detective. I
TWO FOR ONE.
range the whole system when en-
<2ioS2. workingmen ’ s
II did not kuow he took the letter«
1 tering it through the mucous sur-
until we had trouble the next day.
Send for free sample and juy^c^ace^ . Such articles should never
Ir. the morning we started afoot fur thereby. The E. O. H erald and
........ Grover Cleveland
fire-Presideut........................... Adlai Stevenson
When within a few Cincinnati Weekly Ei quirer, both
kcretary of State
......... Richard 8, 011 ey . Leadville.
hcreliry of Treasury
......... John G. Carlisle
from reputable physicians, as the
Jjcretiry of Interior
.................... Hoke Smith miles of that city I gave out and one year for $2.
. Daniel 8. Lamont
The Enquirer isa9 colum.8 pace damage they will do is ten foid to'
Secretary of Navy
.. Hilary A. Herbert i could go no further. . Sheldon
Over One Million People wear the
«Ternaryof Agriculture. ..J. Sterling Morton
Judson Hannon | gan swearing at me and
Largest in size,cheapest in price, from them. Hall’s Catarrh Cure, l W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
Wm. L Wilson -
All our shoes are equally rat is factory
most reliable in news,all large type, manufactured by F. J. Cheney &. | They
give the best value for tho money.
McBride. ' 1 pockets.
plain print, good white paper. If
They equal custom Shoes In style and fit.
J. H.Mitchell. ,
. , ,
wearing qualities are unsurpassed.
IiC 8<liu DC D3.Ci tOUHCl out
that our readers want another live paper, Co., Toledo, O , contains no mer Their
The prices are uniform,—stamped on sole.
$■ to $3 saved over other makes.
cury, and is taken int rtiully, act
M.'hiieman I was a detective, and would
give the Enquirer is that paper
Atturn«y ueueral .......
If your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by
. ii ^ r KinVnid I him the worst of it for the crooked I Call or send orders to this office. ing directly upon the blood and mu
Iwretary of State
Wanted, agent to
cous surfaces of the system. In take
1 hU\?lMBirw*n I cases he had told me of.
exclusive sale for this vicinity
<upt. Public Instruction
j buying Hall’» Catarrh Cure be sure at once.
K. 8. Beau.
I you get the genuine. It is taken
1. Wolverton front of me with a knife, I pulled a
’ F. A. Moore
idternahy and is made in Toledo,
X1XETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
revolver and shot him in the head.
. M. D. C liffok »
Ohio, by F. J. Cheney <fc Co. Tes-
The first bullet
»litnct Attorney........................ C. W. Parrish. I fired two shots.
.0. L. Patterson.
I timonials free.
in the temple. The i
AN ENGLISH COMMENTARY.
•lnt-Senstor ...............(R)............... a . W.Gowan struck him
Sold by Druggists, price 75c.
other took effect in the back of the *
Said an eminent English scientut recently: per bottle.
¿iranty jjdre ..
After the shooting, I laid “ The ihmgerthat confronts thegivat Ameri
..............C. P. Rutherford. head.
. (D).. . C. E. Kenyon
I. 8. Geer down the
revolver by Sheldon’s can |>< ople to-day is not tho powible adop
tion of a wrong financial poli y for the
. T A. McKinnon
(R) ............ A. Gittings side, and took the knife and a watch nation, or tho ttpreud of socialism, or tho
• (D)..............S. W. Miller
of corruption among public men.
•’bool 8upenntend«nt ..tR)
..C has . Newe l and lode
into Leadville with a increaao
til »IK-HO a e bud enough, to bo oure, but
farmer, 1 do not know whether they are bh nothing compared to the Leinble
< D) *
A. B. Marks
well begun Is half done. Begin
tta1 tonal disease—1 had a)mo.-t Baid nation I
R. R Sitx. the hotly was ever found or not.”
well by getting Ferry’s Seeds. M
C imo -of overwork. Tho mad rush 1 r
CONFESSED TO MURDER.
W.L. D ouglas
F plan ™^
.................. Thoma« Jones
......................A. A. Cowing
FITZSIMMONS IS PLEASED
Ycu are likely to be one of the victims *
1 low do we know ? Because it is tho excep
Ferry’« Seed Annual 1
tion to find a man or woman of adult age in
(K-rfeet health. Nervous Disorders ne
spreading with fearful rapidity. Among ti e
symptoms, are—Backache, Biliousness, Cold
Hands aod Feet, Dizzines*, llot Flushes, i
Fluttering Sensation, Fainting, Headache,
Hysteria, Irritability of the Heart, Melan- '
choly, Faiii g Memory, Palpitation. Rheu
matism, 8h' rt Breath, Sleeplessness, .Ner
vous I lyspepsia, Hezual Debility, p its, etc
R ev . C. A. C arroll , pastor First Bapiist
Church. Yellow Sprirga, O., writes as follow»:
“ I have Used Dr. Miles’ Restorative Nervine
for tho past six months. I find it acts like '
a ch irm on the whole nervous system. 1
hnve not found itseoual in giving immediate
relief. Dr. Miles’ little Nerve and Liver
I’illsonly need a trial and they will recom-
mend themselves to be the best pills in the
“For five years I have suffered from Ner
vous Pioatration, I was unable to work or 1
sleep. The first dose of Dr. Miles' Restora
tive NerviB« gave me relief, and one tin u
»and dollars would not cover the good it ba«
done me.”—JOHN MINCHER, Youngs
Dr. Mlles* Restorativs Nerv I m is un
equalled in curwo Nervous r^— rr. It
El Paso, Tex.. Feb. 18—Fitzsim
mons, after reading the interview
given in Chicago yesterday by
James J. Corbett, and learning
A. O. U. W. Burna Lodge, No. 47
that he could have a fight with the
Meeta«Tery 2d and 4thThursday«.
latter before a London club, ex
H M Horton, M. W.
J. W Sayer, Rec'd claimed:
“That suits me: I will
H arney lodge , no . 77, i . o o f .
fight Corbett anywhere and at any
» m V™ “ Odd F,1Iuw* Hall, ever j Saturday, time.
All I ask is that we be se
w. C. Byrd. N.G.
B. D. McIntyre, Secy.
cure against interference. I would
1 l>e ready for hi EK the day after the
HARNEY POST NO. 4«. G. A. R.
Maher fight, if he were here and
«¿¡¡‘.‘.'VL'ti,1"1 « Wednesday of each
Hall. All Comrads
Practically all the sperting men
have left the city, and only the cor-
< respondents are now waiting the
V. I. MAILI.
I big fight
Fitzsimmons has re
■can»— salk :
k rrlvesand departs daily,
sumed training, but will do only
leans— cam vow city :
light work. He is in splendid con
’»•as<l Departs daily, except Sander
SYLVA REBEKAH Degree No. IS.
Xeetaevery let and 3d Wednesday.
Siaa Ixila McGee N.G.
8am Motherahead. Rec. Sec'y.
WDunt let chance determine
crop, but plant Ferry’s
W Seeds. Known and sold W
Before yon plant, get
we«'th is get nt a killing pace, and thouMndd
fall by the way every year.
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