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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MARCH
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’tKeport
Washington Feb. 25—The mau tee that the agitation in favor of the
who predicted Garfield’s nomina maintenance of the present stand-•
and Cleveland’s election says ard of value and against the Aree
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
that Senator Cullom will be the coinage of silver should be ■ prose•
w. c. BYRD & SON.
nominee of the St. Louis convention.1 cuted with vigort”
man is Dr. Keiser, of Wash-; The resol ut ions-wiS^
P ublishers and P roprietors .
ington.and he is a spiritualist. He
densial nominations for the past 25
|ix Mouth»................................................ l °°
Three Month»................................................... 10
years. His predictions concerning
Cincinnati, Feb^jfi—The Enquir
HERALD CLUB LIST:
gerald and Harper’s Magaiine........... . 5,00 i Garfield’s nominatiin
frrald and Haq-er » Weekly .............. 5.20 ' much attentiod by the way in
5»rald and Harper s Bazar . >
gerald and Harper’s Young People
3 75 which it was fulfiled.
While the pay?: The report Df-the committee ! shop is in the old saloon building firm agrees to give * the boMelTof
«.raid and Alden’s Manifold Cyclopedia,. .2.90
«»eh additional volume after Vol. I 55 cents attention of the whole country was in the Werner-Tom pl0n contested | next doof*8outh of Worthington’s. ' such tickets a fine lffe size CrMyon
10cent» extra uer volume, postage.
. riveted on Grant and Blaine and election ca6e was made a special. Mr.S i^er guarantees bis w^rk at Portrait absolutely free of Any
■»•Coplegof all the above work» can be ex-
»Mined at leisure in the Reading Room.
Shorman in 1880. and no one order for Friday at 10 o’clock. Thejipriqpe
it the hard times. Cof- chai'go, by purchasing $20 worth
orcie’’. Wijl- take pro (of goods for cash at their store. It
/W-Publishers of periodicals are solicited dreamed of Oarfield as a candidate report in the KaufmanivDunlapi
» send clubbing rates, a copy of their work for Dr. Keiser announced that he would
work and%aiancein i is not nèeéssary
that the wholç
our Free Reading Room—We file and bind the
tatter et close of every half-volume, »nd v-v »1 be the candidate
He was laughed |
amount should be purchased at one.
ing debate on the daBeS. Werngr, ['ca'*h,
I at, but he persisted that he had re Democrat, and Howard,RepublidGb i
^timV^but any amount from S cents
X 3L S
* I 3-
got into an altercation. PhelpBj
be with.an open pocketknife, made i
A good ,‘ranch belongii^tp H. G
wac « 1 wk 2 wk 1 1 mo J 3 mo j 6 mo 1 1 yr world, and that Garfield would
lbu acres u
J inch »1 50
rush for Howard, then SwinfurtL
t «0 4 00 6 .50 12 uJ
The doctor predicted t he first elec joined in Great excitement -fol-,
3.50 5.00 8 00 15.00
♦vh am bPrlai H-q^Oough Remedy
i " 1 4.50 fi 00 10.00 20.00 32.00 50.00
of Grover Cleveland and also lowed. The belligerents were forced ranch
'jdtofood' cure»'colds, croup and whooping
p;: 1 12.80 16.00 28.00 48.00 80.00 120.00
nrwjll cough. It is plea?ants,safe and re*
second He has won some | to their seats by their friends.
20.00 30 00 40.00 60.00 110.00 140 a the
reputation iu Washington as a
iu ; liable. “ For sale byyalt dfnggists.
prophet, and now he says that Sen- ‘
Hw to Prevent i »cup.
j( »very description executed with neatness ator Cullom is to be the next repub- •
md despatch, i, at reaaonable ratea.
lican leader He called on the |
Bill Heads, Letter Heads,
Croup is a tarror toyoung mothers
Note Heads, Cards, Tieaets,
senator in his committee-room at
that contain Mrcnry,
the capitol, saying that he wanted and to post them conct ring the
T h » H srald is kept regularly on file for re
fsrence, in the Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad to see the man he knew was to be
rtrtisiug Bureau. 10 Spruce »4.. New York.
the next president. Dr. Keiser is mentis the object of this item 1armercury win 8Urely destroy the
1 1 “ origin
............. of r cropp
'i*'Obp is a common ( , 8enKe of ra)ei| an(] completely de-
not a crank, nor is he seeking notor- j The
° ilL» ,are 8U,’jec.t 2to , range the wkale sy4^n-/yhen en
C au &K angarml
liety. He is a believer in spiritual cold. Children
— ism. and believes that the
President ............................... Grover Cleveland tions coming to him from the spirit
, Such articles should nevt r
Fice-Presideut.......................... Adlai Stevenson
svmpton is hoarseness: this is soon , ¡)e uee(j ( except on prescriptions
Iecretary of State ............
Richard 8, Olt ey world are reliable.
heretaryof Treasury......... . John G. Carlisle
iseretary of Interior ..................... Hoke Smith
He said he had never met Sena followed by a peculiar rou3hcough, from reputable physicians, i. ao
iecretary of War ..
Daniel S. Lamont
secretary of Navy .......... Hilary A. Herbert tor Cullom, but would like to see which is easily recognized and will damage they wid do is ten fold to |
Iecretary of Agriculture. .. J. Sterling Morton
Attorney General ..........
Jud sen Harmon him because of what had been re never be forgotten by me who has the good you can po88ib|y derive I
Wm. L Wilson
Over One Million People wear the
vealed to him concerning the sena heard it. The time to act is when ' froni them. Hall’s Catarrh Cure,
the child first becomes hoarse. If manufactured by F. J. Cheney <fc W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
G. W. McBride. tor’s future.
I I Binger
* r 18
All our shoes are equally satisfactory
Senator Cullom laughed when Chamberlain
’s Cough "
Co., Toledo, O , contains no mer They
give the beet value for the money.
( W. R. Ellis
tendency to croup cury, and is taken int rnally, act-’ They equal custom Shoes In atyle and fit.
... C. M. Idleman 1 told of th6 caller and his revelation freeb’ g>ven
Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed.
iecretary of State
Even after ing directly upon the blood and mu The prices are uniform,—stamped on sole.
d k Kincaid I and was surprised te meet a vefry | w*^ 6oon disappear.
From $i to S3 saved over other makes.
... Phil. Metachan'
f . Public
the croupy cough has developed it cous surfaces of the system. In
If your dealer cannut supply you we can. Sold by
w h Loed» I Inte^’^ent an<* I lea8ei,t appeal ing
Wanted, agent to
buying Hall’s Catarrh Cure be sure “Dealers everywhere
) K . S. Bean. business man. who chatted over
.......... ? C. Wolverton
exclusive sale for this vicinity.
pelitical affairs for a few moments no danger in giving this remedy for you get the genuine. It is taken take
> F. A.
NINETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
and then retired,leaving the senator it contains nothing injurious.
i idternaby and is made in Toledo,
D ” M. D.CLIFFOK u
• •‘rio Attorney
----- c. W. Parrteh. an invitation to dine with him after
Ohio, by F. J. Cheney <fc Co. Tes
O. L. Patterson.
i»lntben»tor ............. (R)............. A. w.Gowau he became president.
TWO FOR ONE.
said he would gladly accept the in *
fW"Sold by Druggists, price 75c.
,'Jdge ......................C. P. Rntherford.
(D>..........C. E. Kenyon
Send for free sample and judge
T A. McKinnon true.
thereby. The E. O. H erald and
Cincinnati Weekly Ei quirer, both
■ C ha * Newe l
one year for $2.
..................... Ow>. Trogaski.
TO FIGHT SILVER.
The Enquirer is a 9 colum,8 pace
.......... rR' (
R. R Sit».
paper, issued each Thursday.
HABiikY v. ». land offick :
New York, Feb. 26—The sound
Largest in size,cheapest in price,
well begun 1» hair done. Begin
k'TSJ1 .’y. »eULn«
........................... ftomuJone« money committee of the Chamber most reliable in news.all'large type,
A Don 4 let chance determine HE r>
..................... A. A. Cowing
B your crop, but plant Ferry’«
of Commerce held a meeting today. plain print, good white paper. If
TMUN n T c Î?^Handb^k w’’te to**
>Heed«. Known and sold *
our readers want another live paper,
S,°7 M* .B xoadwat . Naw Y ork .
Only 14 members of the committee the Enquirer is that paper
Before you plant, get
were present. There was a discus Call or send orders to ’ this office.
Ferry’« Swd Annual 1
w »foriContain« more prao-
SYLVA REBEKAH Degree No. 43.
sion of financial problems and at
andCilvalf<’rm*.t2On r°r fRrm«rs
■•«»«very 1st «nd 3d Wednesday.
Tde??r’ Jhan mnny high-,
Mailed free, j
Mlaa I^la McGee N.G.
a co., orrsorr, « icm .
Bam Motherahead. Rec. Sec'y.
were offered. One submitted by
Richard Young and seconded by
A-O. U. W. Burn» Lodge, No 47
Joseph C. Hendricks read: “Re
•«••very Id and 4th Thursday».
H M Horton, M. W.
solved, That the executive commit
J W Sayer, Rec'd
JOHN F. 8TPATTON
tee be required to prepare and sub
■ARNEY LODGE, NO. 77. i . o o f .
»AS p 4 “ Od<l F«»ows Hall, every Saturday. mit to the Chamber of Commerce
* C. Bynt, N.G.
an address inyiting the co operation
B. D. McIntyre, Secy.
b.» .T1"* •F*®1*1 '"duc»m.n-» f9r
JOHN F STRATTON
Tha neoro« of tbto Great Cough Curs la
■ * x J r AL 'T1 E*. s»
1 business men in the movement to w* .hoot a parallel in the history of medicine
Mrtt»HAR?<KY PoeT wo’ **•
All druggists are aathorlied to sell (ton anoa-
**<ln«*lay of each secure the adoption by the natioual
itlre guara"to*. a test that no other« re can I
succeesinlljr stand. That it may beeome
conventions of both political parlies kr.otm, the Proprietors, at an enormous ex-
are placiny a Sample Hottie Pree into
of unequivocal declarations in favor pensa.
■very homo in the United States and r.-na.
If you hare a Cough, Sore Throat, or Bron
Eurns-Canyon Stage Line
of the maintenance of the present chitis. u-e it. for it will core you. If your
®- ». maim .
standard of value.”
It promptly, and rel.ef is sura. If yo„
A* w ,1- liams , contractor.
' "’’••»nddeparta daily,
insidious disease Cnnsnmptioa. use It
Another resolution offered by that
Aak your Druggist for SHILOH’S CURE
yry..« U. 8. M.n. .„d E.,Uro Oregon ExpreM Coi<
»„--I” *”-<AKVeii CITY :
Pnce torts.. Wets, and 31.00. If your Lun«
Gustav H. Schwab read: “Resolved are
deny, exee>t Snndvy
sore or Baek lame, use Shiloh'« Porous
That it is the sense of this commit-1 P***ter. Price M eta. For sale by all Drue-
Burn. d.ny forent Ci.y,
gtote sad Dootors.