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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1896)
RETIRING FROM BUSINESS!
LETTER TO CARLISLE.
I offer my Entire Stock of Goods
at Cost for
Governor Altgeld Replies to the
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M bs F. E. M c G ee , Proprietreas.
This popular Hotel holds itselt
in point ot rank equal, if not sup?r
ior to any inland hotel and in fact
compares favorably with many
‘‘A year ago Cleveland sent for
Having determined to close up my business, a good opportunitv
his former law partner and close is offered everyone to purchase supplies at prices that will justify iu
friend, and through him Cleveland
laving in a full years supply.
and Carlisle made a secret contract
with another friend, who was a for
mer client of Cleveland's, bv which M’k? Your Iuvestm nts While
that friend and hie associate specu
la tors were enabled to make nine
It is well arranged nice, cosy, comfortable rooms. The cuisine a
is as perfect as possible for an inland town and guests will £
or ten millions out of the govern
goods will be charged on my books and all parties owing me
ment in a few we. ks on a small lie:eby not üe.l to
an early settlement
bond transaction. And the reason
given for this extraordinary and
even criminal proceedure was that
the speculators and sharks of Wall
street had agreed to protect the
government against the gold raids
until the following November, and
when the month of November ar
rived these speculators withdrew
th« ir protection, and then the gov
ernment proceeded to issue another
hundred millions of bonds, thus in
creasing the burdens of our people
H W WELCOME. Proprietor.
Now Carlisle might have expatiat-
My Stock is Complete.
BURNS DRUG STORE.
Corner opposite Post Office.
stat'-smim involved in
ter of the stat'-smiiu
these transactions, for. strange to
suv, many of our intelligent people
are utterly unable to comprehend
DRUGS, PAINTS, GLASS, TOILET ARG.
CLES OF ALL KINDS, ETC
ANDERSON & GOODMAN, Proprietors.
The best brands of Liquors, wi es and cigars.
and one pool table.
KO PAINS SPARED TO ACCOMMODATE CUSTOMERS.
Those who are troubled with
rheumatism should try a few ap
plications <.f Chiimberlain's Pain
Balm, rubbing the parts vigorously
at each application. If that does
not bring relit f da.i p n a piece of
flannel with Pai i R.lm and bind it
on over the ►eat < f pain and prompt
relief will surely follow. For sale
HOUSE, SIGN & CARRIAGE PAINTING.
CULP BROS,............................................... Burns, Oregon.
Work Cauranteed to be first class.
We mix our own Paints, and
This is the best medicine in th.
At the old stand South East of the H erald office.
world for l>owel complaints. It
ment of Japanese goods is very fine and, considering the quality yerv
acta quickly ami can always le cheap.
de|>ended upon. When reduced
with water it it- pleasant to take.
Try it. and like many olh- r* voui
will recommend it to your friends.
For sale Ht 'Jo nini 50 cents a buttle
i—I have an ibvoMs
remedy I v Comunvtkm. By Ms timely us«
thousands of b'C'rtr's cases have beetralready
permanently cured. So prix’/ posaive am I
of Ma power that I cvosmw M my duty to
m W rw
f*»t to those of jastr readers
who have t A«um|<k«L Throat. bn «dual <*
Lung TrouNe. tf they wtt write me their
express and pwtotficr address. Srwrrt+r,
4th PRIZE CONTEST..
1st Prize. KinbillPiana, “Strili”..
. . . . . . . . . . $ 600 00
........... 250 00
...... 100 00
.......... I20 00
$ 1,195 00
1 I >
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Th* Ant prii* will b* riven to th* p*r«on who r.,n«ir,rt, th* lon|t*«t
Kngltoh comatul** no letlrr of th, alpha!»*' mor* than thro*
*•■>**. Il la not ** r —ary to ■«* *v*ry Ivtivr <>f ihealpliab.-!, Th* oth*r prlxea will
«»• la rvjular ordrr l* (h.*a* rompviitura whoa* »*■'*„**» ar* next la tengtb
Every competitor wh.w* arnicnc* reach*» forty-two tetter» will receive a paper
cowered volume .-oalalulnit twelve of WUkle t'oUius' n..v*|» whether he win* a pri«e
or not Tbncmleat cl.»» April 15. I*< The priae winner» will be announced one
week later a»d t ewiunltu wutencv* publ:shed
Inca.«* twoor more prlie-wln-
nlne «entem-ea are of t e same lenctn preference will be «Iven to the beat one.
trust c >nstruct hi* own wentence. and n •
will be allowed
IO "Iler th.sconl.-ai more than one*. Sentences at.nol treo rn-ctedor sulwtltuted
RULES FOR TME SENTENCE N’o Other» FuralshetL)
The length of a aenU-nc* la lob* measured bv the number .fl ttent tt coetafna.
but ap « tier can bv us.nl or counted u.ore than three tln.e*.
o word et.anl C1
or -I" can be tuwd more than on.
The «-utenc n.uat raulM of complete wolds.
Signa. f,<ur*a. abbrr«tativna or «»«tract .win, *t-, must not be u«nl
The urcn.11 n
”• and lb* a rile I* a will be aw epted aa cmplete « rd» > “?~r „oui» Pan
Each c t*.taut rnuat l. -.o-at* by tt»ur> . at the end of hi reuwu« bo w
Many tetters It oo<>tains.
This remarkably liberal offer la mad* by th* IV uilt Wont r>.H,a.r n oe which
the dtelin*ul*b<« ex-cuig et.su.au.
WILLIAM J. BRYAN, Is Editor,
had tt I* required that *weh OOWt*>-tla« mtoare be encl.wed w -h one dollar for a
year'* aubrnripil •«
Th* nllklf w ai i> Hotm. > i.^u,s| n\*?oJLVi,* “
Lou*, end te.e. ta near.y a* ad a* a daily
It l. the »cLruT^tLu
aiitvr Cvuua«* and the I*acting family newspaper of Nebra&ua
Weeklu World-Herald. Omaha. Neh.
Our Work Speaks fir it e f.
JAPANESE GOODS AND LAUNDRY.
Cholera ami Diarrhoea Remedy.
Six wr< ks ago I stiffen d w it li a
V. rv aev. rv cold . was almost unable
to sjwak Mt friei.da ail advis'd
me to consult apv«ician. Notieiny
Chamherlian’s Cougli Remedy ad-
Versti«fd III the St Paul Volks
Z’-itung I procured a bottle, sod
after taking it a short while was
entrrelv well' I tow most In urtili
recommend thia rented* to anvone
suffering with a cold.
W m . K kil ,
67s Se|hy Ave, St Paul. Minn.
Prescriptions carefully compounded by a Registered Pharmacist
CARPENTER, BUILDER, CABINET MAKER.
Parties Desiring Cabinet Work
that excels any done in this place
heretof. re, call and examine my
THOS. LAHEY, Burns, Oregvc
^£F*First dojr north of Brick Store.
KED FRONT LIVERY
On the Corner South of the Fr«nch Hotel, Main Street.
Everybody know» Joe and a hors« under his car« will neve’ *u
for a m thing to e»U
Further Joe i* an old stable keeper, having had several year*
experieuccin a first class stable in Corvallis.