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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 26, 1896)
Every democrat shot Id wish for
the nomination of McKinley by the
Notice is hereby given that sealed ,
republicans; he’s the easiest man |
bids will be received for the con
to beat, now that Harrison is out of
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struction of a County Jail of either
OF THE FAMOUS
stone or brick in accordance with
plan and specifications now on file
The 1 gieal candidate of the in the office of the county clerk.
stradling platform likely to be
The 3d of next month is the day , adopted by the republicans is Alli A bond in a sum double the amount
,, the day of our city election. The son» the champion straddler of the. of the contract price, to be approved
by the court, will be exacted of the
present board, we think, deserves State.
at the time of executing
0 be publicly complimented for the
the contract and such contractor i
wise and judicious administration
Dr. Talmage recently preached a will be required to complete the BURNS,
of the trust confided to its care and
sermon on "ifs ” The conjunction foundation and cement floor by the
FOR SALE IN KEGS AND BOTTLES.
We presume no town
has been very frequently used in 10th day of May, 1896, and then
board ever existed that was not
connection with tho doctor.
be required to cease work until the
censured for some of its rulings and
window guards are received; and
proceedings- A positive quantity is
Perhaps C. P. Huntington
would such contractor must permit the
always s upen
censure “ ----
and, » —
These "goody goody” bodies | be satisfied if Congress would I can- Pauly Jail Co. to proceed at once
for fear of offend- cel the indebtedness of his railroad with the work of constructing the
who do nothing
"7 8omethFng*’or somebody, never to the U. S. Government, but it is cells immediately after the materi
amount to anything publicly. A not certain that be would not then al is received and, if necessary, to
cease work on the building until
life, or a body of put in a claim of some sort.
the cells are completed. The said
men who fearlessly and impartia’ly
Well, of all the cheek, that of the bids will be considered by the court
do their duty, never come off un
HARRIS A JOHNSON Proprietors.
German who wrote to President on Wednesday, the 4th day
Town boards, the same as other Cleveland asking him whether he
bodies in public life, are likely to would veto a free coinage bill if said day.
Bid to be filed with the county BURNS>
make some mistakes, but when we Congress passed it, is about the
believe men trv to do a duty devolv-| worst,
not later than one o’clock p m,
ing upon them, honestly and im
March 4th, 1896. at which timej
partially, mistakes should not be
Tom Platt’s attempt to appear
considered, but honor given for ef surprised at the announcement of the same will be opened, All bids.
Good Billiard tables, Pleasant‘Card Rooms, ate., «to.
torts made to administer justice
Quay’s candidacy was a col. to be marked ‘ Bids for
* Saloon is first class in every particular. Experienced bartender
and advance the welfare of the I osSa| failure.
— The court reserves the right to
Mixed drinks to please the moat fastidious.
reject any and all bids
In selecting town boards care
Had Thomas Carlyle, the crusty
By order of the Board of Coqnty
should be taken to choose represen
. and brilliant old cynic, lived to Commissioners of Harney county,
tative men and tax payers. Repre t
■read some of the current vaporings Oregon.
C. E. K enyon ,
tentative men because such pride
of W. D. II >wells, which are paid
themselves in making substantial
for by publishers of supposed taste
and becoming improvements, and
and discrimination, he would have Don’t Tobacco Spit or Smoke Your
tax payers because this sort will
become more certain than ever that
be careful and thoughtful, regard
he was right when he said the world is the truthful, startling title of a
ing the ability of the corporation,
• »ook about No-To-Bac, the harm-1
financially, to meet its obligations. was mostly populated with fools.
less, guaranteed tobacco habit cure
Situated on Silvies river 1 mile East of Burns, near the bridge
that braces up nicotinized nerves, I
• President Cleveland appears to
eliminates the nicotine poison,
And Steeve Elkins, too. Well,,,
, , ,
have concluded to saw wood for makes weak men gain stiength.
Customers wil -receive GOOD FLOUR from
after Matt Quay s becoming a can |
I awhile and lei Congress do the
didate nothing need be surprising..
physical or financial risk, as No-To- Good Wheat
Why doesn’t somebody dig up Jim taking.
Bac is sold by druggists every where,
under a guarantee to cure or money’ I
Hubble and make him a candidate,
too. Tom Platt and Cbauncy Depew I Mr Benjamin Bridegroom Harri refunded.
are also losing great opportunities | 8on *8n 1 helping the Quay boom.
* Not on your life.
IT. M. Horton, Burns.
McKinley would better get up
Lots of people are beginning to
more steaiu in his promise depart-
M c K innon æ kenyon
Good advice: Never leave the
meut, or he will find himself dis-)^1*0^ that Mr. Reed is a prophet
, as well as a czar. His prophecy house on a journey without a bottle •
| that this would be a do nothing ef Chamberlain’! Qolic, Cholera and
That new comet is a. forerunner j *e®«i°n of Congress is o-rtainly in a Diarrhoea Remedv. For sale by
Shop opposite the Brewery
of war as sure as you're born; the ^a’r way to become a fact,
war of the candidates in the St.
Several years ago I was taken
All work in our line done neatly and with dispatch.
Tommy Platt is perfectly willing with a severe attack of flux. I was guaranteed.
Give us a call.
to sing for bis supper, even though sick in bed about ten days and
It may after all be a good thing■ hi* voice is neither youthful nor could get nothing to relieve me un
til I used Chamberlain’s Colic,
that most of the delegates to the entrancing
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
Chicago convention will go un
which cured me and has been a
pledged, so far as the presidential
household remedy with us ever
candidate is concerned. It will |
sinee. J C Marlow. Decaturville,
leave them free to select the most
Taken up by Joseph Wooley, on Mo. For sale by all druggist".
' his ranch 5 miles north-east of
' Burns, one bay horse, white spot in
Even Speaker Reed ought to lie I ^orebead, no brands, about 8 years Its Value Recognized by Physi
proJUt W r are the
satisfied with tk_
i manner . i °ld
p,,]. and „ weighs about 1100 c pounds.
ir >k;.i u-
, . 1
.i Collar mark on top of shoulder
- Which his do-nothing pohey 13 The owner can have horse by giy-
As a rule I am opposed to pro
U>e rU of <Uma«n ln .hl7pl£
•eing carried out by congress, even ing proper proof and paying charges prietary midicines. Still I value a
No. 130. Road Wagoa.
if he isn’t entirely pleased with the including this notice,
good one, especially when such is
J oseph W ooley .
pregres? his presider.tial boom is
the source of relief from pain. As
a topical [external] application I
have found Chamberlain’s* Pain
Of course Quay says he’s out to
Balm the best remedy I have ever
•in that numiuatinn. What sort
used for neuralgia of any kind. I
Notice is hereby given to all per
°f a trade could he expect to make
have conscienciously recommended
sons holding claims against ths
«f he acknowledged that he was estate of \ ictor S. Ottmer,deceased, it to many peraona.
merely a candidate for dickering to present the same to the under Horne, M. D., Janesville, Wis.
signed at his place of business in Sold by*all druggists.
Burns, Harney county, Oregon, yer-
jified as by law required within six
months from the date of this notice.
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Ï» V* gire to look like there is <’ Dated at Burns this 11th day of
plot to whipsaw Mr. Thomas Brack December, 1895.
* JAEES1S” «tro InMAr.t
H. M. H orton ,
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*rPU«. PrteH. lo
Winn Liquors, ani Cigars
BLACKSMITH & WAGON SHOP.
I ELKHART CARRIAGE and HARNESS MFG. CO.
“• M. UOUTON, Prugtint.