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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1896)
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
and declared it would not entertain
negros as guests or customers.
A genthman, accompanied bv Money is no object. Threats of
Pl BUSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
his Wife and children, horded a prosecution have had no effect, and [
1 Fourth-avenue car at Twenty-third from the present outlook it would;
W. C. BYRD & SON.
•streit the other morning. The wife seem that, unless tents;..c secured,
rucututss iso P kopbietobs .
and children found seats inside the the black men will have to go
car, while the husband sought the hungry and unhoused.
When asked what the national)
front platform for a smoke.
When the conductor called for committee would do, Mr. Tongue,
HERALD CLUB LIST:
j the f ires the man gave him two national committeeman of Florids,
flerald aud Harper’s Magazine .. . .. 5.00
Herald ami Harj er's \\ eekly .... ... 5.2l> dimes, at the same time explaining, replied: “I have consulted mem
gerald and Harper’s Bazar
Herald and Hart>er s A oung People. 3.75 with a jerk of his thumb over his bers who are here and I ha*e de
This is to certify that on May 11
.2.9# shoulder, that he was paying for cided to offer a resolution as soon
»ch a and
Vol. 155 cents:
I walked to Melick’s drug store on
U cents extra wr volume, poatue.
the other three members of his as the committee meets, condemn t pair of crutches and bought a
■ i iesof all theabove work» enn be ex
family seated inside the car.
ing the hotel and inn keepers and
«aiiK-.i a: ■ ere in the Reading Room
bottle of Chamberlain’s Pain Balm
The conductor rang up the four lor the laying aside of a fund for
"b'.isher» of periodicals are solicited
n leiidi 'nbb.ug rates, a copy of their work fur , fares anti then extended his hand renting a hall in which cot!
which had crippled me up. After)
jni Free!-... ling R <om—We file and bind the i
be placed for the negroes who may
.alter at i i. se . f every half-volume, »"d v»* i> with the remark:
using three bottles I am completely
jupies bv acvertisezieut.
‘•You owe me another nickel.”
Icome to the convention. We will
' cured. I can cheerfully recommend I
‘‘What for?” laconically inquired also request the employment of a .
the man, blowing* a whiff of smoke coips of cooks to supplv tin m food 11 “ Charles H. Wetzel. Sunbury, I
«F ACK 1 wk 2 wk 1 mo 1 3 mo j 6 mo j 1 yr
around the corner of the car.
neh »1 *0 »2 50 K. 00
Sworn and subscribed to before^)
“You’ll have to pay for that other
4 HO t .50 12 l»i
«___ . m
3.M 5.00 8.00 1ft.0)
mills r Catarrh
me on August
50 « child in there.
She’s 5 years old
4.60 6.00 10 00 LV 00
col. b.'JO 9.00 1ft. w 28.00
that contaiu Mrcury,
Shipman, J. P. For Fale at
80.00 1-20 O) isn’t she?'’
13. W IS tjo •JM.00 48.00
•20.00 sow 40 00 60.00 no oo 140.«‘
cents per bottle by druggists.
I “Yes, I guess she ncarei 8.”
‘ “Then why don’t you pay her
! fare and not keep me standing here sen ise of rmell and completely de
Those who are troubled with
Jf every description executed with neatness
«nd despatch, at reasonable ratea.
| all day?” exclaimed the conductor
rheumatism should try a few ap
I tering it through the mucous
Bill Hen 1».
' with considerable gmphasi*.
plications of Chamberlain’s Pain
t ards, TicMeta,
“Because I don't want te. that's faces. Such articles should nev« r I Balm, rubbing the parts vigorously
• L* * 1 .- i
T h » II kka L!) is kept reguiarlv on file for re
why,” replied the man on the plat i>e used except on prescriptions
i . uv
ference, in the Geo. 1’. Rou ell Newspaper Ad
. t •. 15« r
■ niTt^g relTeñW-rtr.< 1^
r'erimput Bureau, 10-pruce st.. New York.
form, with a grin.
“Then 1'11 have to call a p.die.- damage they-will do is ten fold to , flannel with Pain Balm and bind it
TY A rA ’"O
man,” said the conductor.spitefully the good you can possibly derive on over the seat t f pain and prompt
rf, nj r- •
ringing the bell to let off a passen from them. Ha l’s Catarrh Cure,
manufactured by F. J. Cheney
“All right, call a policeman— Co., Toledo, 0 , contains no liter-'
io Kief-? '*,«2r<-n Toa
Secretary of state
Richar-i S, Uli ey
ury, and is taken int rnally, act-
Secretary of Treasury .
John G. Carlisle call 10 of them
VF¿zií /•> J-C jbcu ’ ? :»
Ja Trarr of I nt rior
Secretary of War
Daniel S. Lamoni There’s plenty of tterti.”
V- veritable • CYCLOPBÖIA
iacretary of Navy
Hilary A. Herber:
.■ous surfaces of the system, In America’s Great Danger
Secretary of Agriculture
J. Sterling Mortoi.
CP U?-TM . .ab A4»! -
Will 1. WilsoD two was going on the passengers buying Hall’s Catarrh Cure be sure
shot many indignant glances toward vou get the genuine. It is taken
AM ENGLISH COMMENTARY.
/.r, tn'-r.luai 't - ’ : ■ - y.Hrd
G. W. McBride.
Political c.nj ;'ó,.u’„r
J. H.Mitchell. the front of the car at the man who iidternabv and is made in Toledo,
Said an eminent English scientist recently :
1 ¡2.Ivi” wOuR«
vongreastnen . ..
■ W. R. Ellis
was so mean that he would not pav Ohio, bv F. J. Cheney <fc Co.
“The danger that confronts the great Ameri
C. M. Idlemati
can propio to-<l:iy ii not the possible adop
AV in P Lord I his own child’s fare
The wife’s • timonials free.
tion of a wrong financial policy for the
iecretary of state
REAÛÏ JÂ\uAriï hl, B96,
. !• R Kincaid
Treasurer ...................... R
Phil. Metschan 'face turned as red as a poppy, al /¿T'Sold by Druggists, price 75c. nation, or the spread of socialism, or the
iupt. Punite Instruction
... GM Irwin
increase of corruption among public men.
W H Loeds she heard an old lady in black ex i per bottle.
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r • ’-» » z»
\I1 ttu.-e me bail enough, to be sure, Let
*v. J m ,
, ** k- “•» tw - -‘2 5 í¿»
. R. 8. Bean.
lupreare Ju lges
.5 C. Wolverton
they arc rs nothingcompared to the terrible
(Lostraht :<• JTr. I. }
» F. A. Moore
n.i'ionai disease—I had almost raid nation I
V . Ny —»
NINETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
C imo-of overwork. The mad rash i r
r' ) O
r'S d tT
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Durring the winter of 1893, F. wcwlth is set nt a kiilirgp ice, and thousands
M.D. < Ltrroi.1
the car reached Eighth
C. W. Parrish.
Reach, , West Va ' fall by the w.iy every year.
O. L. Patterson
street it came to a stop.and a police 1 M. ----
(R) . . . A. W.Gowan
man. whi had been signaled by the | contracted a severe cold which left You are likely te bo one cf the victims '
corsTY— h vaxrr:
. cor ductor, came on board.
him with a cough. In speaking of tion to find a man or woman < f adult age in h-n’t O > Wi-.h. ji. »♦ Tb! P-. e!in.r< .- . r.
»entity «adge ............
C. P. Rutherford.
C. E. Kesjor
“Why don’t you pay the child's how he cured it he says: “I used perfect health. Nervous Disorder»“ ¡.re
I. S Gee>
spreading with fearful rapidity. Among t! a
T A. M<Kinuoi> fare?” said the policeman,marching severul kinds of cough syrup but
symptoms, are-—Backai he, ’»diousnens, Co.d
. A. Gittir.g»
4 sa essor
H. W. Miller
Hands and l'eet, Lizzine«-, Hot 1 lushes,
E’haol Super. -iteri lent
C mas . Newe 1
i luilcring Sensation, Fait ting, Head che,
... Geo. Tregaskis man.
tle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Hysteria, Irritability of the lieart, Melan
A. B. Marks
R R Stu
••B«-<-au-e she isn’t .oy child." which relieved me almost instantly cnoly, 1 aili- g Memory, 1'a'pitntion, l:h<u-
bh rt Bieath, Sleeplessness, A<r-
and in a short time brought about niatism,
calmly answered the man.
a viciey r. •
voi.s i'yspepsia, Sexual Debility, lit«, etc
B ev . V. A. C arroll , pastor Fint Brpti. t
The policeman In ked at the con a complete cure." When troubled
AND ITS ^errRB
A. A. Cowing
, Church. Yellow Spri gs. (>., writes as fob< ■. :
ductor and the conductor looked at
To the E ditor :—1 have an absolute
“I haven e«l Dr. Mile»’Restorative Nervine
for Consumption. By its timely use
the man, and the passengers looked and a ou will not find it necessary for the p .«t six im-ntlis. 1 find it act» like remedy
a cluirin on the whole nerv. us system. 1 thousands of hopeless cases have been already
at each other. The delightful sil to try several kinds before you get hnyo notfound itacnnal in giving immediate permanently cured. So proof-positive am I
its power that I consider it my duty to
SYLVA REBEKAII Degree No. (S.
ence which followed was interrupted relief. It has been in the market ryher. Dr. Miles' little Nerve and Liver of
I il Is only need a trial and they will recom »emi two bottles free to those of your readers
Meettevery 1st and 3d Wednesday.
by the little girl herself, who called for over twenty years and constant mend themselves to be the best pills in the who have Consumption,Throat, Bronchial or
Misa Le a McGee N.G.
Lung Trouble, If they will write me their
ram Motherahead. Rec. <ee’y.
out to the conductor:
ly grown in favor and popularity.’ market.*
“ l or five years I have suffered from Ner express and postoffice address. Sincerely,
“Why don’t you take my car For sale at 50 cents per bottle by vo.,, p ostr.ition, I was uns'.le to work or T. A. SLOCUM, M. C., Ill Pearl St., New Tort.
A. O. ü. W. Ruma ¡.odre. No 47
•*“ Th* Editorial and Bnsineaa Management of
I wynt to get out at I Bund druggists.
i-L’J’ri r,!e 4m d09e of Dr-
Meets every M and 4th Thunders
Mi“ P mht Guarantee Ulii generona PropoaiUoa,
tive Nervine give me relief, and one tin u
H M Horton. M. W
J W ¿ayer. Ree’d
«a <1 doll.-.™ wih .I i I not cover the go.4 it l as
A good ranch belonging to H. G. done me’’—JOHN MINCIlER, Youngs
harnet ixidgb . no . 77. i. o o r.
Campbell, containing 160 acres 12 town, Ohio.
». ’J**’* *l ‘’d'1 rellowa Hall, every Saturday
IN A DILÈMMA
Restorative Nerv:ne is un
W C. Rv»d. N. G.
miles south east of Burns. This equalled in CURING Nervous Diseases. It
Who can think
H D. grist) re, aery .
of some simple
tt>ntains no opiates or dangerous di tun. Bold
St. l«ouis,Jun 8—What shall lie
an •Po*tive jroarantee by R)1 dniggiata, or
done with the colord delegates to
H arney bitst xo . «. g . a . r .
trade for sheep.
Meet »«very 1»> ,cd M Wednesday of eaeh' the national
,>f’> rellow»1 Hail. All Conrad»
<V K ing .
'• »'M>d •laBdlaglDvttod.
tion? This is a Question which is
puzzling the member! of the nation
Burns-Canyon Stage Line
al committee who have arrived and ,
V. «. MAILI.
the burine«« then'» league which
H. A. \\ illiams , contractor.
secured the convention, aa well. I
vrriveaand. lepa -ts daily,
Carrying U. 8. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Co’s Expe
Every hotel and bearding house 1
veavs—chavas cire •
•«•ead Derart» dally. eacept Reader
^^tageslxiave Burns dy for Canyon Ci‘y’,nd
, and cafe cam« out tiatfooted today!
Lt Wouldn’t Pay Her Far?.
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