East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, November 23, 1887, Image 1

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    BURNS, GRANT COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 18S7.
Vol. 1 —No. 1
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BLlrillED EVERY WEDNESDAY
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D. L. GRACE,
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ver/ (’all at oilice, or write to Publisher.
< uts charged extra, according to apace,
an none but metal base admitted.
As we atereotyiie our advertisements all
< hanges after Hist four publications, $1.
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Advertising in Local Columns Ten
cents a line. •
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JIu rriiige, |)irtli, and death notices free.
?.'ost liberal terms to religious and sdcial,
nn- edueutioiM ’ ’
J.ib Work ilonif hert
iniptly, at
r yvmable prices, by an experii ‘ ed ’Job
Printer.
The Patronage of the Publie respectfully
so icited.
< »FFICI AL DI RECTORY.
jnty Judge
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. . N. R. M axey
J. T. M akl
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? T. A. M c K innon ,
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Purveyor..........
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Z MfcTHOr ............................
hi hool ;-ui»erhitendent
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...M. D. C ameron
......... H. F. D odson
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1 nt riet Attorney..................
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M. D. CLIFFORD.
A. F. S nelling
, M. T ownsend .
HARNEY I.ODGI
I. O. O. F.
Meets nt Odd Fellows Hull, every Saturday at
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J. I„ BAIRD, N. G.
;. M. GUNTIIEW, Kect’v.
i. McGOWAN, DStrict Deputy G, M.
tAH. A. I'OIIHWKlj.,
F.
F. A. CIKIZWEl.t.
Lakeview.
Liiikville
Aîtorneys-at-LaWo
0GGSWELL& COGSWELL
J.AKEVIEW AND LINEVILLE, Or.
HARDWARE, TINWARE, V» MATERIAL
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Attorney à Notary Public.
A. C. BRODERSEN.
Lakeview. Oregon.
*ollections, Real Estate and Probate mat-
i^s a spei ialty.
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Attomey-at-Law
M. A. KBLTON.
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wishing to be located, cun bar pla'i; furu failed
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free of charge.
Lakeview, Or.
JF’evrixx
the courts of the state, anil
* I . H. Land otlh c.
I Watc
Machinery,
Carpenter and ¡Plumber,
W. A. ROIIFER..
WAGONS, BUGGIES •& CARRIAGES.
£35»-\ gfxt Fon F ireman ' s F i
nd
T nsikasik t'i.MrisvÀ'Vl
Burn.«, Ori-'fe^.
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FJF?.1VCII Z-SO' l PESJJ-,
Meat
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JAMES/UOl’S’IALL.
PROPRIETRESS.
M ur . LOUIS RACINE
["* the lar.»-, lo. ,
in tbi«ún¿«
fr brought t<> this -<ctb..................
Il ut L owhr P hu fj . than offered Here,
leniti Lakeview t all and see.
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BurAs, Oreg >n.
.Vnin_£t.. Burn« Or.---------
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A New anti
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OREGON.
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Hay &, Crain
\lwayM on hand ami Good Attention
vn all orders made for teams and vvh-
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a tchmaker& Jeweler
LEE CALDWELL
J. W. BONE BRA KE.
Lakeview, Oregon.
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I’UOPRIETOR.
Burns. Oregon.
HAIR-CUTTING, SHAVING, AND SHAMPOOING
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d-Rock Prices
E. TODD -A PROPRIETOR.
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MII.LF.1P
ORNEY-AT-LAW.
»»imp/ » im -. d^*m.
raetice in all the State courts.
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mea ^ market
Given Personal Attention.
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I’topri. tor. ,
Isour motto.
Buggy Teams,
er Saddle Horses Fur-
Reasonable Charges and
Partie
Attention paid to the
Boardi id Groomipg of Tran-
aient St
IIay & Grain on hand,
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CITV ADVERTISEMENTS.
V.
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\CASH BUSINESS
The Table» alwey® Supplied with all the Eatables obtainable and Served in Beat Style.
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Dunb, Oregon.
A Limited Number of Gnesfs enn secure the mo't Comfortable Lodging Rooms
in the Town, ut this House.
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Livery and Feed Stalls.
I'. C. BYHD
P. II. MURPIIV.
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■i « preparai to furni-h <f*L
»lati., KuuFOye, etc. Le,j¿
—*lv Furnished House for the Accommodation-
¡very I Feed Stable
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Order’ for Pai»
fully mal promptly
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, A REVIEW
$2.CO
a ■ Year.
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DUllNH ADVERTIS
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T he H erald readers must ex­ this publie patronage and bestow
THE HERALD
cuse us for having to refer to the the same upon the opposition. , ’
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Ji Ñ \T HUDR.iX,
W. A. WI1.SHIRK,
many scurrilous attacks made upon
This is wrong, and so long as it
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IFttUir
yBuri.a, Of
Lukeview, Or.
it from time to time; such things is done there will be a mercenary
BALfTATORY.
are not pleasant, were unprovoked, press to feed, and the party will
WILSHIRE £ lll’-HSON.
but, ’(.is said “whom the gods wish never have a strong and reliable
Toilet Articles, Glass, Putty, Etc.
In accordance with our belief to destroy, they first make mad.”
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organ. The republican sheriff never
Attornoys-at-Law • that there is room at the top in
thinks of such a thing as giving his
every avenue of labor open to mm.
1IO.-U ll-MAKING.
| patronage to a democratic paper in
BURNS, OREGON.
we issue the first number of the
W. E. GRACE,
There is no more enjoyable exis­ any county in the state, and demo­
, E ast O reoo N H erald , and respect- tence under the sun than that which cratic papers never expect it.
j fully solicit each citizen through­ is most natural: making a home.
It belongs to the paper which
This firm practice in the -Courts of the
out the length and breadth of East I • . Amlin no country on earth are so aided in placing that miui in oflicc,
State, and before the V. ‘ • Laud Office.
Any business in the Land 0! ice' entrusted Oregon, by subscription, p-n, and many opportunities for Its indul- and it may, be said that the sanio
to them will obtain prompt ut 1 t ntiun.
i voice, to aid us in the work of mak­ genc-.as in these United States holds good in all other officials. By
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£5cF‘La!i<l Cases Soli« it-(I.
ing it a representative newspap r of America, “where a man is a matt giving the party papers the proper
lias just Been lUechæd.
fill its chosen field.
he is willing to toil” is able to and legitimate patronage, t/.ey can
Builder and Cor tr&Ctcr.'’ While the merits of Western, if
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absolutely own himself, family, and build up a paying business and thus
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and Southwestern Oregon 1. tve land, and all pertaining thereto.
become independent and influential
• been published abroad in pnper,
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The privileged class, or aristo­ and not a burden upon the party
FRBSCRIPTIOSS CAREFULLY .COKPOUKUED.
pamphlet, folder, song, and story, crats, of a monarchical government and a few persons.”
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very little luts been done to display is the land owner, while the masses
We have published three danno-
WAGON
Wt&V ' to the peopjaof the East the re­ h . -vo ;» n:! tjinaiits: although thi cratie journals (two city daili/Zs ami
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sources of-EusteYit mid Southeast­ is a well-known fact, the major­ 'one country weekly, und>^ cess-
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ern Oregon. It is for the purpose ity of Americans do not take in full ■ pu'.>li.-l
cu . m Lin” Gna-.-anf erti Puro aii<l «if the \ cry Be^-t (Quality.
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too, undef the cir­
of heralding abroad such impor­ and profit by the knowledge, but- cumstances), during the nnet fifteen
r.^3^ All orders for UNDERTAKING
tant facts that this new paper as­ with great hearts ever alive with, years under republican rule, and
promptly filled.
Shop one door north of Po’tjOffiee. 1-ly sumes the prefix “East Oregon.’’
fur the victims of, the can testify to the correctness of the
PROPRIETORS. ------------------------------------------------------------- r------ And, in order to accomplish thw-* sympathy
ROBINSON à DODSON
( tenant-system, t.iey pause to con­ above statements, in our own ease;
Burns, Oregon.
object, let every town now without tribute resolutions eloquent with never [wa3 the value of the hun­
BLACKSMITH.
a newspaper, forward a list of fifty love of neighbor, accompanied by dredthpart of a cent of public pa­
subscribers jo Tin: H erald , accept many a hard-earned doilar, and the tronage bestowed upon our newspa­
1». 8. EARLY
- - B vp . ns ,P k . a column in tiic paper, which we
oft repeated assurance of a warm pers, where republican officials had
freely profor, select a reliable citi­ welcome to “the home of the free, the control, although our labor for
----- G E N E R A L R EPA I RING----- zen to furnish such items of general the greatest government on earth,” the advancement of the general in­
news as arrival and location of im­ Foreigners, on the contrary, al­ terests of ¡tiff people with whom our
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migrants, sale of land, and eto'ek, most to a unite,appreciate all that lot was cast, was recognized by re-
present products of the soil, is embraced in the owner.-hip pdlk-an as well as democratic cit­
whether of agricultural, mineral or of land, and emigrate to this coun­ izens.•
Promptly execute«!. The building is 1
Beer, Bitters and the Best Cigars in the Market. e.daatfL
stock-raising
Value, increase of try with the deep-seated hope
’d and improved preparatory to
out Dil kinds oi b'.aek.'inithing on
ranches, growth of educational in their hearts to possess them­ Progress of the Oregon Pacific Railway.
Drinks scientifically mixed in style and quantity to suit.
notice and.in best .style. Terms: Cash.
A letter from Malheur published
advantages, etc. If this offer is selves of bits of land upon which
accepted in as good part ns it is to make homes, unhampered by in the Oregonian, states as follows:
A Fh'Gt“C?ass Billiard b able
Physician. & Surgeon. inade,J'yiE H erald will hoof equal the claims ami demands of land­ “The Oregon Pacific is pushing
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jC^-IUE ALWAYS ON IIAND-Ql^
Dr. S. B. McPheetsrs interest to people cast of the Rocky lords—for proof follow the lines its work in middle Oregon as rapid­
ly as possible.
Rcsjicetfully offers bis services to the eit mountains as to local readers.
of our great Atlantic and Pacific
GENERAL M£RCAH’òD!SE
izeus of Burns and surrounding county
The course of the road will bo
Our
reason
for
publishing
the
pa
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railways, look at the lists of real es­
Culls answered at all hours. •
through the Ochoco, upper and
Office ut W. E. Grace’s Drugstore.
1-ly per in Grant county,- is simply to
tate owners in our large cities.
BURNS, OREGON.
lower Malheur, and Harney valleys.
I make a comfortable living in our
Meanwhile, this unappreciative
A fine country as large as the
own line of business in a section child of freedom, bor*' to inherit a
' of country most in accord with our wealth of opportunities, scatters his Umatilla’and Walla ’Valla coun­
idea r>f a loegjiun for a home for manifold blessings with prodigal tries together, and equally as good
Special attention given I.adies in < ’onfir.C- our daaijqiiig year;-..
We wish to hand at the feet of the down-trod­ for coil and climate, will be opened
ment. (Jails answered at all hours.
up.
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1 1 obtain icbires/ondcnts in every part
den of the Old Vt’orhl, and is gootl-
As yet but little land in these
of thi.- ‘"SFmive county to keep i naturcdly amused to sec the avidity
Have bad many years practice in lip
valleys, comparatively, is occupied
pi.nl as well ns extensive «Kporicnct* in Gen­ - the local news of their section bc-
with which tl’.ey seize upon what ’but settlers are coming in rapidly.
eral Nursing.
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I fore the public—that is the way to ¡he co carelessly casts awav.
Lt is estimated Hint 250 families
-«Iveriisc.
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several localities; mid the result deeping upon his right::? Is the
; of such advertising is to attract foreign clement in our population I hcr.\
The . general elevation of the
capital and go^-1 citizens to t!;e Llamcwiu'tb.y for taking advantages
| development of resources now val- within tlie grasp? Yet such is the country iff below 3000 feet, about
J. G. Welsh^K
: ueless. Harney valley will be our present tendency of newspaper ar­ the same ns the Grande Rondo val-
Offer-« bis professionnl sa
j tlie eit-
; ley and much lower than the valley
izens of Burns and vi'-initf
fht resi­ . own immediate care-to keep under gument in the East, for the native
dence south Oa Herald buff
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of Powder river. Here is an al­
the eyes of H erald readers.
is I cing vigorously reminded that
As to other points of interest con- his citizenship does not excm] - him most new field for immigrants.
ATTORTE
. ncctcd with the establishment from the usual fate of the spend­ The land is level and rolling, fine­
ns , O k . of the .prijK-r, -we will state that, thrift, and he will awake some day ly situated for cither agriculture- or
GEO. 8. SIZEMO'.IE
while TiiE H erald is not a political to realize that those who fed upon dock raising, and is to be had fur
Criminal law n 8
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]>aper according to the accepted de­ his bounty at tlie bight of his pros­ tli- taking.
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The railroads, which will be com­
finition of that term, there will be no perity are able to ride while he
. Practical Sufoyor
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hesitation in discussing any and all must walk—in other words own the pleted through flic valleys named
A. L. CONNER
political ’ questions as they may choice lands, and ho be left to make above, not .jjter than a year from
GEO. McGOWAN
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BUJINR, OREGON.
Burns, Orcg0a
arise; and, whenever party lines what Ire can of their refuse, or be­ this time, v. i'l -wing middle Oregon
Agent for Stayer & Walker, Wholesale Dealers in
into close rclatio.»^ with
in this county arc drawn, Tin: H er ­ come their tenants.
Any and all kinds of r.nrve’ing done on rhort
notice and re:a.on»ble terns. r. íüT" Set
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ald will /¿hit no uncertain sound,
The effect of an immigration markets and the coast.”
IKTexv Bertil BLocm.
One door North.of Drum Store.
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AU meat« cut toV
tail. ( ountry order
multo is “Cash on tl
whole-ale, or re-
blit be feirtid ah unflinching advo­
cate of the »principles and policies
o/ the; party, r.ow managing the
affnirs'of government. As to our
standing on^the local land question,
we are thoroughly democratic: the
public doniain is for the benefit
of the citizens of the republic, and
T he H erald makes no war on the
interests of settler, stockman, or
corporation that complies with the
requireihents of the laws govern­
ing the acquisition of lands; any
other course it will condemn ’ with-
out fear or favor. In religious
affairs, T he H erved , being non-
sectnripn,
‘ to lend its voice ill
building up and sustaining any
church interest desired by the com-
rnpnity. In educational work it
jjiU.bg a stanch advo ate of public
Echotila. conducted in the spirit
of the educational laws of the
Btatc, than which rone are superior.
With the ltope that our subscrip­
tion list will reach one thousand
names of “three month subscribers”
in the East, as material evidence
of a welcome to T he H erald en­
terprise. we submit the initial num­
ber to the citizens of East Oregon.
I). L. G race .
T he H erald sent to any address
East three months is only 50cents.
A - nevthal newspaper is- one
“that wires in and wires out, and
leaves its redders still in doubt,
whether the make that made the
track, was going in, or coining back.’
of 300,1X10 foreigners yearly is be­
ing pressed upon his attention by
politicians in pessimistic colors
for political capital, but patriotic
politiijal economists are a iding
their voices and suggesting remed­
ial and prompt action.
The best course will be to warm­
ly support the wise efforts of the
Cleveland administration; gather
up the remnants, and withdraw an
unlimited invitation to immigra­
tion.
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EAST OREGON HERALD.
Believing that the ebkfiHHiment
of a live democratic newtpaper, de­
voted to t'.ie general intcfestB (po­
litical and otherwise) of East Ore­
gon, and the immediate interests
of -------- , will be conducive to the
general welfare of the peotfce, gn<
of practical benefit to theL-'ctioi
of country named, the und',*,’“lk'e-
citizi'iis head the Subis- rifl’110"
of T he H erald with
names
and amount of t ubBcrklJ' -orono
or more years, payme/14
sanie to
Fublie Patronage.
be made -ipon rcceijj* ol **r'1 toi»y
Savs the Weekly World on above of the panflr.
Stmjectf A democrat who, by tttrsorr
of the good faith of the party pa­ Town!: Ln ig no paper to ronr -
pers and their labors, succeeds in sent their interests,*and inclined to
securing a public positisn which acccjit our pro]»r>sition, can cut out
gives him public patronage to be­ the above, insert the natt« vf their
stow, owes it as a moral as well as town in the blank, canvass the town
political dutyto give that patronage for subscribers, and forward to cur
to the paper that stands by the par­ address. No money to be collected
ty undr r all circumstances, and by Subscribers to forward subscriptions
reason of which this very democrat on receipt of first copy of paper.
succeeded in obtaining his ]>osition. The above was the article to which
It is by the support given the pa­ the citizens of Burns und Jlarncy
pers under republican rule that so valley liberally appended their sig­
many organs of that faith have natures for one or more years sub­
prospered in the country, and if the scription.
K.-'.me cturse wi re pursued by dem­ On the inside will be found a very
ocratic officials, the condition of handsome make-up of telegraphic
their party organs would be greatly sumrpary, Oregon news, coast rull-
improved. No democratic paper ¡n igs
. market report, and general mis
received public patronage under re- cellany. It is our intention to use
publican rule, while it seems to be a ready-print inside no longer than
the order for democratic officials it will take to put our office in order,
who hawe received the labors and nnd get in the eastern advertise-
iniluence of the party papers free menta promised by old and liberal
ofcha’-gc. to ignore their claims to patrons.