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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JULY
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
Pl BUSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
W. C. BYRD & SON.
Pi'BI.ISHERS AND PROPRIETORS.
heavv increase in the burden of
taxation, and of all debts, public
One Year .................................................
Six Months .............................................
and private, the enrichment of the
HERALD CLUB LIST:
money t^idiftg classes nt home and
Herald «nd Harper’s Magazine........
unit' r Catarrh
abroad, prtatYation of industry and
Herald and Harper’s Weekly ..........
Herald and Harperte Bazar
that contain Mrciiry,
This is to certify that on May 11
impoverishftwnt of the people.
Herald and Hunters Voting People... 3.io
I walked to Melick’s drug store on
Herald and Alden’. .Manifold Cyclopedia, .2.9»
We are unalterably opposed to
«ach additional volume after \ ol. I 5o centa:
pair of crutches and bought a
1« cents extra ver volume, postage.
monometalism, which has locked I as
of rmell and completely de- bottle of Chamberlain’s Pain Balm
rwr-copiesof all the above works can be ®x
fast the prosperity of an i industrial
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»mined at leisure in the Reading Room.
people in the, paralv.is of hard ! range the whole system when en- I for
/«-Publishers of periodica)» are solicited
which had crippled me up.’ After
times. Gold monometalism ia a tering it through the mucous
M irnTclubbing rates, a copy-of their work for
~,r Free Reading Room—We file nnd bind the
three bottles I am completely
. British policy, and its adoption has ' faces.
iat'er at close of every half-volume, end r»v tJ
sopie» by advertisement.
cured. I can cheerfully recommend
brought other nations into financial ' “
|it—Charles H. Wetzel, Sunbury,
servitude to London. It is not only
un-American, but anti-American, damage they will do is ten fold to Pa.
»r»< « ; 1 wk I 2 wk I 1 mo 13 mo I « mo | 1 yr
Sworn and subscribed to before
For President William Penning »nd can be fa3toned on the United the good you can possibly derive
.Inch '|1 50 12.50 $5.00 IS •» 111.00 115.00
from them. Hall’s Catarrh Cure, I me
( on August 10, 1894.—Walter
1 ’’ 1 3.50
Shipman, J. P. For sale at 50
spirit and love of liberty which pro manufactured by F. J. Cheney
1 “ 1 4.50 6.00 10.00 20
U col. j 6 00
1 12. SO 16.00 28.00 48.00
cents per bottle by druggist».
« “ 20.00 30.00 40.00 60.00 110 00 140.00
For J'ice Praident Arthur Sewall, of
of'cury. an<l *8 taken int rually, act-
• ing directly upon the blood and mu-
Those who are troubled with
!COU8 8urfaceB _of the «y8tem’ In
•it everv description executed with neatueaa
tud despatch, at reasonabl« rate«.
ed coinage of .both gold and silver I I buying Hall’» Catarrh Cure be sure) rheumatism should try a few ap-
I you get
genuine. It is _ taken j plications of Chamberlain’s Pain
Money Question Chiefly Treat at the present legal ratio of 16 to 1. idternaby
Note Head«, Cards, Ticket«,
and is made in Toledo, Balm, rubbing the parts vigorously
without waiting for the aid or con- *--------- • -----
T- hx H erald li kept regularly on file for re
sent of any other nation. We de Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Tes- at each application. If that does
(eretice, in the Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad
not bring relief dampen a piece of
vertising Bureau, 10 Spruce st.. New York.
,v ., ,
r . r-
a mand that the standard silver dol-.tinionials free.
Me, the democrats of the I nited
FNTSold by Druggists, price 75c. flannel with Pain Balm and bind it
States, in convention assembled.!,ar sbaHbe
on over the seat c f pain and prompt
J with gold for fll debts, public and Per bott^e’
¡reaffirm our allegiance to those |
relief will surely follow. For sale
great essential principles ef justice p private, and we favor such legisla-
President .................................Grover Cleveland
and liberty upon which our institu ( ition-as will pt£Lrst for the future
Secretary of State .............. Richard 8, Olney tions are founded, and wl ich the l,b* demonetpsalirfta of any kind of
Durring the winter of 1893, F.
fecrelary o( Treasury ............ John G. Carlisle
legal-tender money by private con M. Martin, Long Reach, West Va.,
Secretary o( Interior
Secretary of War
Daniel 8. Lamont democratic partv has advocated
iecretary of Navy
... Hilary A. Herbert
ieeretary of Airrfeulture
J. Sterllnr Morton from Jefferson's time to our own—I
contracted a .evere cold which
We are opposed to the policy and him with ft cough. 7 In speaking of
.. Win. L Wilson
press, freedom of conscience, the practice of surrendering to the|how he cured it he says: : “I used i
G. W. McBride.
holders cf the obligations in silver .several kinds of cough syrup but|
AN ENGLISH COMMENTARY.
J. H.Mitchell. preservation oi personal rights, the
in gold coin. ' \V e ar« opposed t-o | found no relief until I boughtabot-
i Binger Hermann equality of all citizens before the
Oongrewinen ..................... jW. R. Ellis
Said an eminent English scientist recently:
the issuing of i interest-bearing 1 tie of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy . * The
Attorney Getterai .......
Hunger lliut confronts the great Ameri
faithful observance of
Governor ................. ......... ........... I wJ'i'TJird
........ ............ ian(l
can people ionlny is not the possible adop
leeret ary of State
..Phil. Met«chan 1 constitutional limitations.
tion of a wrong financial policy for the
of peace, and condemn the traffick and in a short time brought about 1 1 nation,
fupt. Public Instruction
. . GM Irwin I
or the spreud of socialism, or the
During all these years the demo
W H 1-oed« I
ing with banking syndicates, which, a complete cure." When troubled increase of corruption among public men.
R. S. Bean.
cratic party has resisted the- tend in exchange for bonds at an enor
til these ate bud enough, to be sure, but
• I F. C. A. Wolverton
with a cough or cold use this remedy they are bh nothing compared to the terrible
ency of selfish interests to the c n- .moU8
NINETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
disease—1 had almost said national
and you will not find it necessary national
M. D . CLlFFOKu
crime -of overwork. The mad rush f r
. .. v
C. . W. Parrish. tralization of governmental power, the federal treasury with goM I vO to try several kinds before you get
wewith 1« net at a killing pace, and thousands
O. L. Patterson. and steadfastly maintained the in
maintain the policy of gold mono- relief. It has been in the market fall by the way every year.
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tegrity of the dual scheme of gov metalism.
Y om are likely to be one of the victim» ?
for over twenty years and cori«.ant-
•onnty , ldge
How do we know ? Because it is the excep
......... C. P. Rutherford. ernment as established by
Congress alone ha> the power to '
... (D)......... C. E. Ken von
to find a man or woman of adult age in
1.8. Geer founders of this republic of repub coin and :ssue money, and Presi
health. Nervoua Disorder» are
Surveyor ........... ....... .. D
T A. McKinnon
Under its guidance and teach dent Jackson declared that this For sale at 50 cents per bottle by ■preading with fearful rapidity. Among the
. (R).......... A. Giltings lics
. ..(D).. .
S. W. Miller
symptom«, are—Backache, Biliousness, Cold
,nh xd Superintendent iR)
. .C has . Newe l ings, the great principle of local power could not be delegated to in-
Hands and Feet, Dixzines«, Hot Flashes,
Stock I nspector
self-government has found its beat i corporations or individuals. , We
Fluttering Sensation, Fainting, Headache,
Ilysceria, Irritability of the Heart, Melan
R R Bit«. expression in the maintenance of
therefore demand that the power to
choly, Failirg Memory, Palpitation, Rheu
c a, LA KB OFFICB:
the rights of states au J its assertion , issue notes to circulate.as money be
matism, Short Breath, Sleeplessness, Ner
vous Dyspepsia, Sexual Debility, Fite, etc
. ... ....... A. A. Cowing 1 of the necessity of confining the taken from the national banks, and Campbell, containing IGO acres 12
R ev . C. A. C arboll , pastor First Baptist
general government to the exercise that all paper money shall be is miles south east of Burns. This Church, Yellow Springs, O., writes as fol lows:
of the powers granted by the consti sued directly by the treasury de ranch has about 100 acres of good “ I have used Dr.Miles’ Restorative Nervine
■ ■'* —vi gtrtju . >or the past »is months. I find it acts like.
tution of the United States. Rec partment. be redeemable in coin, meadow land, f Price 1800 or will i c,,arm. ?'* whole.
, have not found its equal in giving immediate
SYLVA REBEKAH Degree No. 43.
ognizing that the money question t and receivable for all debts, public trade for sheep.
relief. Dr. Miles’ little Nerve and Liver
Meet» every 1st and 3d Wednesday.
is paramount to all others at this J anj prjvate
Pills only need a trisi and they will recom
Mias Leia McGee N.O.
B yrd & K ing .
fam Mothershead. Rec. See’y.
mend themselves to be the best pills in th«
time,-we invite attention to the fact
that the federal constitution named
“For five years I have suffered from Ner
A. O. C. W. Huini Lodge. No. 47
silver and gold together as the
vous Prostration, I was unable to work or
Werts every 2d and 4th Thurada’ «
"■‘•‘•p- The first dose of Dr. Mile»’ Restora
H M Horton. M. W
i money metals of the United States
JOHN F. STRATTON*»
J w Bayer, Rec'd
tive we r VIM gave me relief, and one thou
and that the first coinage law
sand dollira would not cover tl»e good it has
H arney lodge . ko . 77, i . o o f .
done me.”—JOHN MINCHER, Y oums -
passed by congress under the con
Banii Instranents town,
, ’*,ce” *’ Odd Fallo«« Hall, everv Saturday.
W. C. Byr»l. N O.
stituliun made the silver dollar Toni« for Catarrh in liquid form to be taken Piccolo« and'ßand1 Sup'pliea’
•••«•* Restorative Nervine is un
B. I». McIntyre, becy.
the monetary unit and admitted ’.T^T*UJkW‘nal,y c”nU,n «»her Mercury or
equalled in CURING Nervous rr—TTT jt
Iodide of Potama, or both, which are injur.
aontains no opiates or dangerous drugs. Sold
gold to free coinage at a ratio based
,on« takf’n- (Catarrh te a local, not
H 4 It NEY POST NO 4«. G. A. R.
a btood d.wwae, can-d by andden change to
Meet*everv j«r and id Wednesday of each ’ . upon the silver dollar unit.
cr>ld « .lamp weather. It Marta in the naeal
it..,*' ow Felle.««- Hall. All Cearad«
We declare that the act of 1873,
th rood «-aadlDgiantad.
demonetizing silver without ihe Cold in the head causes excewnre flow at
mncns and, if repeajedly n.-glectcd, the re.
knowledge or approval of the •ulUof
PurnsX3anyon Stage Line
catarrh will follow :
<J. ». MAILS.
American people, has resulted in , b*a<l, a roaring sound in the ears led
*n offensive' dia.
H* A WlLUAM». contractor.
the appreciation of gold and ■ cor charge. Therwnedyshouldhequicktoallay
» rrtvetaad depart«daily,
W LH M.H..Oregon Expr... Ce, K
responding fall in the price ofcom- Crc*in Elftlxn in
«awvew cvtt •
’»•a«1 Oaaarta dally. exeept Saadwe
moditie» produced by the people, al th**
and eontamTio m£ury P.r. ,5gMUa"
«.»von Ch/,«,/ ¡pieced n.„wjBU
>*ft America's Great Danaer
J nor any injanona drug.