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boom which will make no better
showing in convention than Peter
- —Maher did in the riug.
R ohrman , B rewer
Notice is hereby given that sealed ,
bids will be received for the con
WMPNI8DAV MARCH 4. IS 6
OF THE FAMOUS
struction of a County Jail of either
------- 1 If Tom Reed fails to get that stone* or brick in accordance with
E<l,tor I Presidential nomination it is said
I plaq and specifications now on file
_ k I [that he intends to go to the Senate,
in the office of the county clerk.
“Does the > not so much because he wants to ; A bond in a sum double the amount
■/.IhuelLd ex«tr”e.r. I« an- become a Senator as tu punish one of the contract price, to be approved
in one «ord of two lettere of the present Main Senator for his by the court, will be exacted of the
contractor at the time of executing
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the contract and such contractor
Foraker seems to find it neces will be required to complete the burns .
gteye Elkins is holdidg his hat sary to reassert his loyalty to Mc-
foundation and cement floor by the
irerflow of Benjamin ■
FOR'SALE IN KEGS AND BOTTLES.
to catch the ov-.--
| Kinley about once in every 48 10th day of May, 1896, and then
Bridepoo.» llarr.aon a love.
McKinley is doubtless
be required to cease work until the
familar with what Shakespeare window guards are received; and
It would be interesting to know wrute about the man wh > proti steth
such contractor must permit the
just how many republicans haVfc ( too much.
Jail Co. to proceed at once
been promised cabinet positions by
' with the work of constructing the
the would be presidential candi-1 Menofthe Quav-Platt Clerkson
cells immediately’ after the materi
stripe care nothing about the por-
al is received and, if necessary, io
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| sonality of , the President. What cease work on the building until
The man who has a note out that (they want is to be become cheif the cells are completed. The said
will fall due on Monday, March 16, pap distribute s.
bids will be considered by the court
nedn’t stop hustling for money for
HARRIS & JOHNSON Proprietor».
on Wednesday, the 4th day of
fear that the comet will smash the
In his anxiety to help along his March, 1896, at one o’clock p m, of I
Presidential boom. Speaker Reed said day.
earth on the 14th.
’is using his influence in tl.-o Ho se.
Bid to be filed with the county BURNS,
If Melia Rives’ new husband under the guise of economy, to cut clerk of Harney county, Oregon,
doesn’t like what she springs on [the regular appropriation bills to not later than one o’clock p in,
Winos Liquors, ani Cigars
him he can put them in his pipe an extent that will embarrass the March 4th, 1896. at which time|
the same will be opened,
and suioke ein.
Good Billiard tables, Pleasant'Card Rooms, etc., etc.
the next session—after the presid to be marked ‘-Bids for County
’ Saloon is first class in every particular. Experienced bartender
. ential election—makes the neces- Jail.”
It roust be really discouraging to
The court reserves the
the men »bo devote tl.eir lives to1 S!lr-V detto.enoy eppropnalton..
Mixed drinks to please the most fastidious.
making scientific discoveries to see !
Mr C. P. Huntington thinks the
By order of the Board of County
the manner in which the X rays
best place a compromising set of Commissioners of Harney county,
are being treated by the sensational
hooks can be put is into a hot fire. Oregon
C. E. K enyon ,
Could not the wole breed ofprize
Senator Lodge can talk by the fighters be enticed aboard an ocean
Don’t Tobacco Spit or Smoke Your
hour of the good things that Reed steamer loaded with dynamite ar-
could do if he was president, but he ranged to explode when in the
is the truthful, startling title of a
doesn’t say a word about the good middle of the Atlantic?
Look about No-To-Bac, the harm- |
Situated on Silvies river 1 mile East of Burna, near the bridge
things Reed might do but hasn’t
less, guaranteed tobacco habit cure
done as Speaker of the House.
Frankfort, Feb. 29 —Perhaps the that braces up nicotinized nerves, I
eliminates the nicotine poison,
Customers wil receive GOOD FLOUR from
biggest crowd of the session saw makes weak men gain stiength,
The Indian name for the repub-1
joint assembly ballot for sen- vigor and manhood. You run no
lican senators would be “Old men- ator today. The call of the roll physical or financial risk, as No-To- Good Wheat
Bac is sold by druggists every where
afraid of the-tarlff.”
showed 130 members presant; nec- under a guarantee to cure or money
essary for choice 66. It,was stated refunded.
We are willing to believe that that Senator Blackburn’s friends Sterling Remedy Co, New York or
George Washington ntye’ told a intended to force the balloting and Chicago.
lie, but every tear your conviction try to elect their candidate.
H. M. Ilorton, Burns.
grows stronger that he was one ef
Atjthe conclusion of the roll call
M c K innon <t "KING.
the most lied about men who ever | Representative Lyons arose and
Good advice: Never leave the
[read »communication from *>■..
Dr. house on a journey without a bottle
1 11 ~
I Hunter in which he withdrew from ef Chamberlain’f Colic, Cholera and
Think of Ben Harrison having to | the race. He said, among, other Diarrhoea Remedv. For sale by
Shop opposite the Brewery
’ake the stump in ^behalf of Matt things, that, as the session was
Quay, with whom he was not on , drawing to a close he wjuld absolve
All work in our line done neatly and with dispatch,
Several years ago I was taken
speaking terms in Washington
Give us a call.
with a severe attack of flux. I was guaranteed.
their pledge to vote for him as the
sick in bed about ten days and
caucus nomii ee.
If claims were votes the McKin
The ballot was then ordered cal could get nothing to relieve me un
ley people would .have everything
led. It resulted; Blackburn, 61: til I used Chamberlain’s Colic,
their iwn way in the St. Louis
I Bennett, 4; Burnam,6; S. II Stone, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
which cured me and has been a
8; Deboe, 7; Holt, 8; Finly, 7; Pratt
remedy with us ever
Dyche, 1; Aunter, 4; Worthington.
Tom Platt's platform is: ' Make 2; Blandford, 3; Buchner, 5; Car sinee. J C Marlow. Decaturville,
me Secretary of tha Treasury a"d lisle, 1; Farleigh, 1; rest scatter Mo. For sale by all druggists.
Have Sold TeCoaaamer. For aa Year*.
1 care not who is President.”
[Krm r*« ¿eiikr*’ pmjlit. We are the Old»*
its Value Recognized by l’liysi-
BLACKSMITH 4 WAGON SHOP.
, EL5H*RT CARRIAGE and HARNESS MFG. CO.
Chancey Depew is as good a
partiot as the next man so long as
his railroad inteieMs are not jeo
Notice is hereby given to all per
holding claims against the
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estate of Victor 8. Ottmer,deceased,
The republicans seem to be to present the same to the under
greatly astonished to learn that signed at bis place of business in
I resident Cleveland may call an Burns, Harney county, Oregon, yei-
as by law required within six
'Xlra stsaion of Congress if the | ified
months from the date of this notice.
present session ignores
„ ---- . financial
Dated at Burns this 11th day of
, , '
• illation. The President should
do that very thing
Th« republi- j
H. M. H orton ,
Cani knew exactly what was want-1
Davo Braham. the popntnr eo*np»<er
»hen they were out of of power,
Pn' IMnctvr it
at iturrltf u’a ih.-atre
>n<| now that they control Congress •a)«.
Nw» York. Marvù I t. IMJ.
lb” wish to sneak out of the
Mi-eer. J ,hn P. Sfrittoti
Dv ir Mr» —I h ,ve given y«»ur Ra« ;Uti Out
*Ponsihility Uy doing nothing
Fhere are several Presidectial
VI >li.i Krrlnxia Üi >r»nxh f 1 •.!. aaJ < i , l i.-
e<l to »tate that- triey are I lie Isa-t t : k i
■noet durable .fringe I h-tree’-vr it-. I
Tv-ora re.p ., J..,, _ fc„_ a \.'J
As a rule I am opposed to pro
prietary inidicines. Still I value a
good one, especially when such is
the source of relief from pain. As
a topical [external] application I
have found Chamberlain’«’ Pain
Balm the best remedy I have ever
used for neuralgia of any*kind. I
have conscienciously recommended
it to many pershns. William
Horne, M. D., Janesville, Wig.
Sold by all druggists.
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tu T0. tr.
No* 1. Farm Harness.
pay po«taee, 11»
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W. B. PRATT, Secretary, Elkhart, Ind.
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