East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, July 08, 1896, Image 1

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    BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JULY
VOL. IX.
She Mirtafd.
o
8
NO <32
1896,
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
t nts rCatarrh
that contain Mrcttry,
<
A mountain is moving ¿own in
9‘
BY
the oid Provence district of France. as mercury will surely destroy the
W. C. BTRD SOU.
In what long ago used to be known sense of rmcll and completely de­
P ublishers and P roprietors . as the “Land of the Troubadours.” range the whole system when en- i •
this modern miracle has come to teriug it through tLe mucous sur-
r,*
pass, and before the eyes of the faces. Such aj^icl s should nevtr
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
One Year ...........................................................»2.00
ABSOLUTELY 'PURE
astounded peasantry, who are be used except <n prescriptions
Six Month» ...................................
.1.00
Three Mouth«...................
75
hum iog to and fro to their wayside from reputable ph.sicians, as the
HERALD CLUB LIST:
5,001 shrines ar.d ancient churches, a damage they will do is ten f<»id toj
Herald and Harper’s Magazine...
5.20
Herald and Harj er’s Weekly ....
the good you can possribly derive
America’s Great Danger
Herald «U1U
and n.u
Harper
Basar
.........
5.20 great mass of earth is moving at a
EavrHlU
jivt ’s
~ *'
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v.*»vr
Herold and Harper’s Young People
3 75 rate that is plainly ’ perceptible to from them. Hall’» Catarrh Cure,
Herald and Alden’« Manifold Cyclopedia, .2.9#
'
'
by ,r
,F. J. Choney it
sseb additional volume after Vol. 1 55 cents: eye, and with a noise
utaciureu oy
that groans manufactured
IS cents extra per volume, postage.
AN ENGLISH COMMENTARY.
Toledo,
O.,
Contains
no mer-
(
and roars up and down the valley Co.,
•A
Ì
X^-i’opie« of all the above works can be ex
•miued at leisure in the Reading Room.
cury, and is taken lint rually, act­
of the Gard.
I Paid an eminent English scientist recently :
' u The uanger tbut confronta the great Ameri­
ing
directly
upon
thb
blood
and
mu
It
is
likely
to
do
even
more.
,Oy-Piibli»her« of periodical« «re solicited
can people to-day is not the poi*>iblo adop­
o send clubbing rates, u copy of tljeir work for
a possibility cous surfaces of he system. In
tion of a wrong financial policy for tno
»nt Free Reading R Him—We tile and biud the There is more thwn
latter at dose of every half-volume, end v»v vj
nation, or tho spread of socialism, or tbo
buying
Hall
s
Cata
i
rh
Cure
be
sure
that
this
gigantic
movement
of
«•pie» bv advertisement.
increase of corruption among public men.
A
i ■
*<■ is
*= taken
¡heaped up boulders and loosely you get the genuiqb It
A
til these n:e bad enough, to be ¡sure, but
«
they ore as nothing compared to the terrible
idternaby and is pade in Toledo,
joined-together
soil
will
result
in
« .*•
ADVERTISING RATES:
. •
nmional disease—i had almost Baid national
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X-
Tes-
•Fici ¡ 1 wk j 2 wk J 1 mo J 3 mo J 6 mo 1 lyr changing the course of the famous > Ohio, by F. J. Cl^iey <t Co.
crime—of overwork. The mad rush f. r
t-f El
\ ' ; !
f
a -.»*'
I wevJth is set at a killing pace, and thousands
/
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’*■
Y
Already the colliery ‘ timonials free.
neb »1 =4) j 12.30 »5. Oi) Is oo IU.OO »15.00 river Rhone.
r-M’*
■■
fail by the way every year.
3.00 1 4.00 6.50 12 u>
18.00
28.00
/flTSold
by
I
iggists,
price
75c.
Í
» ’*> 5.00 8.00 15.00
<i |t.H •<-> !
Î4.00
40 0C of Grande Combe, in the little val­
You are likely tj be one of the victims ’
••
4.50
1
6.00
». , '
i
10.% 20 CO 32.00 50.00
6.HO ! 9.CO 15.00 28.00
i.'-pv
4 b. 00 54.00 ley of the same name, and the best per bottle.
s «'Oí. 12.
1 low do we know ? Because it is the excep­
(O| 15. w) •28.00 48.00
K ••
SO. IX) 120.03
Í
tion to find a man or woman of adult age in
20.10 1 30.60 40 GO 60.00 110 00 ¡40.0
part of a mile of the Allias railway
I
perfect health. Nervous Disorders are
hayc been destroyed, and the dwell
spreading with fearful rapidity. Among tha
• .. s'-
Durring
the
.
!*
Sé
f-
JOB WORK <
n'
symptoms, are—Backache, Biliousness, void
era in that region have had to flee
M. Martin. Lon
Hands and Feet, Dizzines», Hot Mashes,
>?* ‘ •
Of every description exeented with neatness
1
M
before the mountain’s slow and ir­
Flu'.icring Senaatii.n, Fainting, Headache,
•nd liespatc-k, at reeaunabl« rate«.
contracted
a sev
• f
•
•
r
| Hysteria, irritability cf the Heart, Melon-
Pinulara,
Posters,
resistible advance.
«
Pamphlets
: g '..
Snvelupes,
Bill Reads.
him with a co
Letter Heads,
. clioly, Failii g Memory, Palpitation, Rheu­
ftatemeut«,
Note Heads,
Cards, Ticxcts,
Tiie entire movement is strange
P
matism, Kh rt Bteath, Sleeplessness, Ner-
Memoranda,
InvitatiuiM.
Dodgers. Etc.
T-evTral kinds of cough pyrup but
1 Tons Dyspepsia, Sexual Debility, Fitf, etc
and pceulliar.
Tts« R ebalu !■ kept regularly on file for re-
M»*Rxv. C. A. C arroll , pastor First-Baptirt
I found no relief until I boughtabot-
fereuec. in the Gev. 1-. Rowell News
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.1
illowSprings,<>., writes as follows:
11.. 4 Xiiritu. lu Sprue« »■
face which took place in past “E“8't|
eof e Chamberlain
’s z-a Cough
Remedy'
À •
hi Jjy. Miles’ Restorative Nerviue
foATieCAM-
been
1
but such an event has not
.which r.el’eved mezfilmofit instantly I
~ ¿nd it acts like
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
relief) Dr. TUlle»’ little
X.
|kujwn to happen hitherto in lhege | anj jQ a B|jOrt tinie brought about
Pill#only need a trial and they will recom^
times of ours. The primal cautie . a complete cure.” When troubled
mend themselves V> be tl.e best pills in the
•xinom:
market.”
F-eibleat
.................... ... .Grover Cleveland of this mountain’s moving is
8a
*
1
with
a
cough
or
cold
use
this
remedy
Adlai Stevenson
Vice-Presideut.
“ For five years I have suffered from Ner­
Secretare of Sta’e
.. Itichara 8, Ulnev to be the weakening of its base of | antj yOU uj|| Iiot find it necessary
, mk ’
vous Prostration, I wan unable to work or
‘urretaryof Treasury
John G. Carlisli
Huke Smith grit and green marl by the contin­ to try several kinds before you get
k re:»n
I uteri >r
sleep. The fir>t dosr-of Dr. Miles* Restora­
X a ver :
Daniel 8. I.ainon<
tecratary >f War
tive Nervine gave me relief, and one th< u-
. Hilary A. Herben ual infiltration of rain.
<*cret«ry of Nary
relief. It has been in the market
of u
> sand dollnrs would not cover the good it lias
. J. Sterling M.irior.
iccretary of Xcricaltnra
>
JudM.n Harmon
The lower portions of the enor­ ( for over twenty years and constant­
lttaruey let eral
done me.”—JOHN MINCH EK, Youngs­
. ..
Wm L Wilson
?o«ttu*ster Ge ieral
town, Ohio.
mous
mass
of
soil
and
boulders
\ /in Ir.vs
gYATE—OREoOS :
ly grown in favor and popularity. }
Po.
Dr. Miles’ Restorative Nervine is un­
G. W. McBride. have given
way, and the whole For sale at 50 cents per bottle by
Seua’ora
equalled in CURIXO Nervous Diseases. It
J. H.Mitchell.
I iBinxer
s
iienaun vast bulk, which until now had druggists.
contains no opiates or dangerous diugs. Sold
vor.eresxmcn ........
an a irositive guarantee bv all druggists, or
m . ldieman * lifted its bead high above the valle*
Atturner Gemtal
f READY JANb’Â.dY
1596,
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
iuvernor
............
-.1 k Kincwie s gradually slipping down toward
I
ie retar y ot Stale
I
TreiUHirer
B
Phii. N ck I mii
.
,
,
,,
An Affidavit.
G m irwi I the far-off sea, threatening to choke I
iUPt. Public It.St.-UCtluB
Hate Printer
K
a.
Bear. UP both the Gard and the Gardon
This is to certify that on May 11
(P„Ua n uy ii dL )
>
I
Supreme Judge«
C. Woivertoi. rivers, which mingle and flow I walked to Melick’s drug store
on
» F. A. . Mor.re
N1NETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
down t'» the Rhone through the i pair of crutches and bought a
Thcusands cf Dell»» ta Rewards fa
Jtetrirt Jtfrixe
D
M. D Curse to
5i»’rict Attoreey
C. W. f'amsh. valley along which the
mountain
Bible R‘adera
bottle
of
Chamberlain's
Pain
Balm
Pulitzer Building, U r./Yer:;,
foint-Kepre»e:it«’iTe
'R,
0.1. IMietm-
Tw« Lxtnvr Ernt« M«o«z:#rpmrr,r( |t.
r.n
leint-Seuator
.
'..(B) .
.A W.Ouwar. is making it* way.
for
inflammatory rheumatism loa’t Gu WiUioi.t it TGI * Vrtvwtsdcf Yesr- C ob >| z -<>! on «z. it« viMlc o< Aoi"-r x 'Ibc l»r>4 enrrrci
•
«oc f, II » tl<
«IJ,,,
corxTT—a*KjcrT :
Many people are traveling out which had crippled me up. After
r..l je- 4! zA >n »h. the cm ni kÿ.y , ; ; 2 ,<
j
P »>o; (.h l*’».
O et- 50, *. j <. t»o; ob.
¿eunty . idee
...........C. P. Rutherford.
f^.z.i.ozl
W««ch;
yrh.
As!k
lire«:
T¡
-n
t<
...
j>-
using
three
bottles
I
am
completely
,
from
nearby
Nitnes
each
day
to
•lerk
C. £. Kenyon
fDJ .
•U..DI K«l>'rT<aSet«t0 the 1t :
er«*era-
treuurer
1.8. Geer
'Bl
**
*<r»M-«. »t.; ; > ; u,,^,
cured. I can cheerfully recommend ' For yosr Protection.— Catarrh “Corea” or i (ru-lr.uf Mtxer»are. Ke.ln«
lurrevor
D
T A. HcKinrxm ¡obtain a view of this phenomenon
Ue •• ■>•< twn-nr ««zi
th-r.IT
A. Gfctlrce
(K)
n»G ever. er~r ‘. I7 . > r» ÎJ . ...
4
>r
have it—Charles H. Wetzel, Sunbury, T'miaafor Catarrh in liquid form to Ire taken •e«n Seer t let of r U'7L
•<D;_
S. W. Miller As many as 5000 sightseers
’ r"r V k* d'*! ü’’ ’Ai
internally, usually contain either Mer<ury or J«? I.) He »wo Cher,.-«. ? a> Ho« ma, y »me,
Vch k.l Sutter.ate * <1enx .<K<
Cass. X<-we 1
visited the district, and Pa.
itock larpecmr
... Ge», T recast is already
Iodide of PotauMA, « IxHh, which are injur, L rvry x of laeeer« r... »t l« » ■ .t-t-,, . J | . ,j u
n to toe Lei/ir« IL h *
-D» >
iotis if too long taken. Catarrh i* a local, not «•» lot ».« »«-I« MjUerlw
A B. Marks
great
care
has
to
lie
taken
that
none
J<tmmi»si<>uera
Sworn
and
subscribed
to
before
■
br^u“
-K Í
K K Bits
a Hood disease. caused by sudden change to
Pr
la «.-dit tm to the al«>ve re ell «'re
of them venture on the mountain me on August 10,1894.—Walter ' cold cv damp weather. It starts in the nasal
Hlax FT ü.
LiWD
itself, or in the path of the moving Shipman, J. P
For sale at 50 pamages, affecting eyes. ears and thnat. -
■ • »V
•*a*
-
Cold in the head causes excessive flow of
Mece: ver
’ mass.
.« offering tJxh *<íaMhli
cents per bottle by druggists.
mucuH, and, if repealer!!y neglected, the re­ TV»
sult# of catarrh will follows severe pain in J kj J*4 Mu Pf ar.4 CblMktA fr«-
Ae it moves, and the advance is
eya « arx
the b'-a<l, a roaring sound in the ears, 1«<1
ty
«1 *«.x #1 W ei h >et ef
aImort perceptible, as one »tards-
breath, and oftentimes an offensive dis. ■wem eod the «4-lre-.. of acne, friend u, ' - Uj»
SÍX?I ETTES.
^*T’‘ "* • *“ ■*»»!«•. "f her« U« 7
Those who are troubled with charge. Theremedy should be quick to allay ’»‘»«*-“1 bey-XiA
the l
Fn».
by
and
watches
closely,
the
noiæi
BTLVA REBFKAR Degree Xa. I».
inflammation and heal the membrane. El v’»
rheumatism
should
try
a
few
ap-
- is deafenir g, and time and time,
« -
Meets every Sc ai.d M Wedueadae.
.
Cream Balm is the acknowledged cure for tMe«e vio he vahea jt, ,eo4
Mia« I« a MeGee XX«.
.«I** Le^iaa M vjct
these troubles and contains no mercury fJT?
again,
with
a
sound
like
a
mu
th
led
plications
of
Chamberlain
’
s
Pain
f*a XoUsersbead. fier. Sce’y
explosion, th»- surface of the moun- Balm, rubbing the parts vigorous!v nor any injurious drag. Price, 50 cents.
tain side breaks in big cracks ami at each application. If that does
A. O. C. W. Baras Iz. ice. Ma <7
creva«res,
s .me of which are wide
____ -t:-r .1.
X»e.severy Ï4 m 4 stkTBnrwla s
I JOHN F. STRATTON'S
H M lier«. K «T.
enuugb for a railway train to pAS® not bring relief dampen a piece of
JOHN F. STRATTON'S
•CELEBRAIED
i W ‘ayer. Eee*4
flannel
with
Pain
Balm
and
bind
ft
through
F Birsmpan Sletl Strict
on over the seat <f pain and prompt
— - lodge
-
- x^ jk r,
r.
h ^ mskt
>. ",
77. *.
l o o 9.
Band Instruments
y
st
Fellers Heil, every Merley, [
s tor Vtolia foritor. Ma Melia. Basje
relief will surely follow. For sale
'-*>*•
W C.B jp L I.d. t
drums T fifes .
Extra F'. x . h
~nrv.------- --- tinnì M»4«
UvsPlM^
It
i*
noticed
that
McKinley
is
•-i*. «eÍBtyre, Bery. 1
■■SAI MAFff Warranted not to row Ser.4 Lx C^flg
by druggists
Piccolosand Band Supplies.
not enthusing oyer the gold stand­
JOHN F. STRATTON,
Imy-erfrr, >«*»/<«■(„„ „4
rial» '-ta irr'
...4OMN F- • t «ATTON,
ard idea
O’“«*«-. Slt.Sia.t!S.Si7
£
M ’LT
PIBEISHEP EVERY WEDNESDAY
. ♦ " A >
2
P*\«cn 25
CREAT B’BLE CCWPETITI01
1F» . vVb R1« D,
I
uü
jí
I
Ml.tJlJ, Sii. 817 E. kill
The St. Ixxiis convention did not
A good ranch belonging to H. G.
dare tojdeclsre in favor of a res­ Campbell, containing 160 acres 12
toration of the McKinley tariff law. miles south east of Burns. This
Wanted-An I Iff:
_________
ranch has about 100 acres of good
meadow land. Price 1800 or will
trade for sheep.
B tbd 4 K ing .
S l . N. Y.
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Eurns.Canyon Stage Line
H. A. W illiams , contractor.
Carrying U. 8. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Co’.
Bor” dr fcr c*"7<,n
Ci,r *0<1 ««*">«•
Mriw.