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BURNS, GRANT COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1S37.
1 If K NS AI > V E11T IS E ME X TS.
BL' RNS ADVERTISEMENTS.
$2.5U a Year.
F rom L. I). Montgomery, of
J. N 'T III lis .X,
w . A. WILSHIRE,
JTBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
I). 1*. GUACI
Portland, in an interviewât Albany
E ditor H erald : I have read
the chief-engineer of the Ore with pleasure the first issue of T he
i-oin lai : skxtim i . nt 1 v : a i oi: or
D. L. GRACE,
law axi > oi:ni:»:.
gon Pacific, was told by him that H erald . The straight-forward and
WI LSI I IKE <fc HUDSON.
E ditor axd P roprietor .
the road would be through Harney fearless manner in which its policy
Toilet Articles, Glass, Putty, Etc.
The best editorial on the . object valley in eighteen months.
is set forth and its principles
of the hanging of the four anarch
avowed, will meet, I am sure, with
ists concerned in tho murder of a
As will be seen occasional num a hearty response from the intelli
LAKEVIEW AND BURNS, Oil.
polieeman while in discharge of his bers of T hu H erald contains an
W. E. (¡¡IACE,
gent and progress-loving people of
Uuc Year (in advance)
This firm practice in the Courts of f the duty of trying to maintain law and
advertisement of Eastern Oregon, Harney Valley, in a full measuro-
Slate, and before the U. S. Laud
HERALD CLUB LIST:
order, we find in the St. Louis Glol ■ or Grant county, presented our
Any business in the Land Office entrusted
of patronage and support. I haver
H( raid and The < entury, one year
to them will obtain prompt attention.
1 Democrat, the live republican daily readers free of ^harge.
st, Nlch. ’rs,
waited anxiously for the appear-
££T*L:in<l Case* Solicited.
A Large Assortment of
DumorcF.t Magazine, one year
I of the Mississippi valley, and make
If the paper can afford to give so < mice of T he H erald , in order that
“’Ad Gittley’s l.ii ly'H Hook
Builder and Contractor. extracts for the 1 eu fit of our read much of its space to advertise the I might thoroughly satisfy n-ys'df
ers, who have not read leading country .named, each subscriber
as to its aims and objects, and dis
editorial of the general press of the ought t > do his share for the general
SPAI b. 1 wk 2 wk 1 mo 3 mo G mo
Has Just Been Received.
cover if there was any truth in the
country. Its length as compared good by mailing one or more copies
1 Inch I1..W $2.50 $5.00
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reiterated statements of the Other
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with the long ariieles expressing tor three months to friends, relatives
Publication, that it was to be the
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similar sentiment, in other journals,
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of the stockmen and other
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p . ••
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rt'eommends it to our columns:
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED.
20 00 ; 0 uu 40.00 60.00 110.00 110.00
land-grabbing corporations, having
“The hanging of the Chicago an
£2y*A liberal reduc'd« *n to all \early ad-
«Jr- All orders for UXDERTJKIXC
T here is a class of newspaper intersts in this section. It. order
archists must T»e regarded as an
vers. Cail at ofii e, or write to Publisher.
men possessed of no other capacity that my Investigations might be
Cuts charged extra, according to space,
»‘•'hop one door north <|f Post Olliuc. l-lv
tion of the law in this country. for the business than a talent for the more complete, I called at Tut-;
und none but metal base admitted.
Guaranteed Pure and of the Very Best Quality.
The parties in question had every mud-throwing at neighbors; having H erald oilice, and received permis
As wo stereotype our advertisements all
t banges .«fier first four publications, $1.
opportunity to defend themselves. no disposition to enter into contro sion to look over the names of those
The courts gave patient and care
£'.*-y Atlvcrti-iug in Local Columns Ten
ful consideration to every point in versial relation with such persons, who signed the subscription list, and
cents a line.
B urns , O r . their case, and public sentiment but a journalistic ambition, instead, out of about three hundred signa
P. S. EARLY
R obinson & D odson
Marriage, birth, and death notices free.
freely conceded them all the lights to give subscribers a better edited, tures, I only found the names of1
Most liberal terms to religious and social,
----- (J J£ N E11A L 11EP AIRING------ of other accused persons, even to newsier, better printed sheet than three of the large stock owners
and educational bodies.
'that of seeking executive clemency such men are able or willing to give,
Job Work done neatly and promptly, at
after their conviction. * * Their we shall, as is our practice, endeavor of Grant county affixed. This fact
reasonable prices, by an experienced Job
was manifest from the begin to avoid it, yet when patience ceases of itselfought to.sliow that the state
Fidi Supply of
ning * * and when, at last, they to be a virtue, we never fail to en ments of the Items man are base
The Patronage of the Public respectfully
were led to the gallows, the country tertain strangers and return com fabrications, and deserve to be men
Promptly executed. The building is being looked on with a feeling of approval
pliments, so, “Lay on, McDuff, anil tioned only that they may be de
enlarged and improved preparatory to turn
out all kinds of blacksmithing on short not by reason of personal animosity damned
be he who cries, hold! spised. But when coupled with tho
notice and in best style. Terms: Cash. 1-ly toward them, but because the law
clear enunciation of the editor’s
i had dealt thoroughly with all the
.................. N. R. M axey
« 'ounty Judge
sentiments in his “salutatory,” it
.................... J. T. M a el
Physician Surgeon. ter and duly pronounced sentence R eaders , if you would like to will surely preclude the possibility
.............................. E. H all
Dr. S. B. McPheeters I of death upon them. * * It is thus have an extra bright, interesting of any sane man harboring such an
) T. A. M c K innon ,
Com mission err..
that the majesty of the law invari paper visit your home this year,
Ç T. 11. M eadok
Drinks scientifically mixeu in style und quantity to suit.
idea, even for a moment.
Graduate of Iowa State I’niversify, resjicct-
.............. J. IL N eal
| iullv offers his professional services to the ably commands the respect and take your pen and give your indi
The selfish endeavor of certain
A. (’. D ore
j ciiizens of Burns and surrounding country. concurrence of the American peo
Sheri fl' ......................................... .
vidual views on any subject of gen
M. I). C ameron
(.’alls an.'Wered at all hours.
to stir up bad ldood between
School fjnperintcndent .. . ......... H. F. D odson
Otlice at W. IS. Grace’s Drugstore,
ALWAYS ON HANI i -CÌ
ence for the law as a surpassing eral interest, and we will put it in the large property owners and tho
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' force that makes our gov. mm: :it shape for publication.
DiRirict Attorney ......................... M. I>. C lifford .
settlers in this valley, with a view
Lire. M. A. Fry, 1 so reliable ami so effective in every It is not a composition, such as to their own personal aggrandize
Register, V. S. Land Ofllce,
.A. F. S nelling
. ..W. M. To v. ns end .
I emergency. We are not always the school teacher requires, merely
! strictly prudent in speech and ac a collection of nicely turned sen ment—that their purse might be
replenished with the profits of dis
tion, and oftentimes our boasted
Special attention given Ladies in Confine
freedom brings us gravely near to tences as a test of scholarship, that order—is to be deeply deplored;
ment. Culls answered nt all hours.
disaster; but the moment that the an editor asks of his readers, and its authors deserve the severest
HAI’.XEV LODGE, XO. 77, I. <>. o. F.
Have had many years practice in Hos law intervenes with a final decision but original ideas on any of the
condemnation. Such a condition
pital as well as extensive experience in Gen upon any controverted point, we many subjects, of common interest
M cc ' h at Odd Fellow« Ila’.l, everv Saturday at
J. L. BAIRD, N. G.
of things has a tendency, more titan
< ham . G untii F'L Seet’v.
to all, nor, when he requests them to
• \|(, gowa N, District Deputy G. M.
cussion is hushed quite as a matter write for the paper, does he mean anything else, to retard the devel
course. When w proclaim our
opment and prosperity of the coun
: This Space is Reserved for the Mcr-
T. V. B. EMBREE, M. D. of
devotion to liberty as the true po that he wants any one to devote try. I hold that the first duty of a
: chantile ad. of I’.'F. STi i.XGER. who i:<
Office at. his tesidence on the cast side of
. e_ of.
, cia - . his time and ei ergies to editing the
: now receiving Large nil t'ompii to
Sil vics River, ten »>■ il»-s
1-ly litical theory and 1 st h<m
newspaper, should be to stimulate
7*.*■!) ’I’ ooiis ,
f. 1.1 p:qs‘»«r.'KlJwAjoVJ.- hioe..—s to give ?.nd encourage every undertaking,
CHAS. A. COGSWELL,
only another , outj for every man is able to edit a
burnishing Goods, Hard', arc. mid
name for rence and oril r, and
which has for its object, the utiliz
J. G. Welsh, M. D-
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newspaper better than the man on
Groceries, all of which are, and will
ing of natural resources, and the de
: be sold at LOWEST posstt.t.. r..t <•
Att o rneys-ai-Law-
gard tor tj; law is the first duty of the tripod, for all he has to do, you veloping of local enterprise. Such,
izens el Burns mu I vu-inity. Olh
: CASH. Call and see his New
south oí Heiut.l l>uil<m>g.
* * Every general elec- know, is to find some subject upon I infer from the tenor of T he H er
um fac«, is a striking proof of our which to v< nt the vituperative force ald , will be its aim. But I ant
COGGSWSLL à COGSWELL
well-es'.mlishcd fidelity to th: doe- of his nature (in other words, to
constrained to say that the opposite
Look out for the 15 Stenger teams with Christmas Goods !
GEO. S. SIZEMORE - - Bruxs,On. trine that whatever the law sanc bring into weekly exercise the baser policy has been followed heretofore,
tions and declares to be right and elements of his mind), in the choi
T.AKEVIFAV AND LIXKVI1.I.E, Or.
Criminal law a specialty.
proper we are bound to accept as cest billingsgate in his vocabulary. by those who set themselves up ns
a thing that admits i f no dispute or But what he docs want is for the leaders of public opinion, and who,
resistance. It is for this reason, reader to think on a subject worthy instead of trying to harmonize and
Practical Surveyor* mainly,
Attorney à Notary Public.
that anarchy can never of thought, political, religious, or
A. L. CONNOR
gain a secure foothold in the United social, (practical or theoretical), quiet the jarring elements existing
A. C. BRODERSEN.
States. Our traditions, our methods sit down on one the many long eve in the community, seemed only
of thought, our habits of feeling, nings now at his command, and give bent on inciting to violence, and fo
Any and all kitn’s of surveying<’< no on short are all against it because it begin: the result of his thoughts in plain
I ters Collections,
Reul E tate and Probate mat
notice and reasonable ternit». Zitf" Sen lets
wishing to be located, can have plats furnished and ends with systematic hostility words and writing, regardless of ex
There should be no conflict;
free of charge.
to the law and the authority of the tra effort at punctuation, spelling,
there is no conflict of interests: Lot
GEO. M< (IOWAN
Carpenter and. Plumber, chance for any theory to live and of speech to another, and, so we are each respect the other's right, as
Agent tor Stuver <t Walker, Wholesale Deniers in
M. A. KELTON.
thrive here which eonilicts with able to grasp the ideas, he may guaranteed by the law of the land,
W. A. RODIFER.
this great and potent popular senti even write upon both sides of the and peace and harmony will prevail.
ment in favor of ready and quiet paper, without offense to our indul
Then we can all put our shoulders
Orders for 'Fainting, also, will be skill submission to the mandate : of jus gent compositors.
“PlW'Jres in the courts of the stale, and
to the wheel, and hurry along tho
fully and pr<»mi>ily tilled.
tice as framed l>y our legislators
pfore the U. H. Land Oifice.,
IÏÆ sl OLTLÎ ZiePy,
and interpreted by our court ; and
T he New Atlas, published by S. development of the great natural
in this fact lies the country's as I). Ross[ at Vale, Malheur co., Or resources, with which this region is
sured safety and highest honor.”
egon, reached our desk 25th inst. blessed, and make its prosjs'rity
equal to if not greater than any
T he H erald is the only demo- It is a neatly printed, five column other community in the state. In
ocratic newspaper in Grant county: folio, made up of all-at-home outside this task of progress, T he H erald
£^A gentfoh F ireman ’ s F i nd I nsurance C omp in y -QI
L L ..'.I
Is prepared to furnish
all kinds of f fresh
will lie a powerful factor. May it
another stirring reason for some re and ready-print inside.
meats, sausage, etc. Leave
We learn by scanning its advertis never deviate from the lino of ac
publican paperA to long and loudly
columns, that Vale has one law tion indicated in its opening issue,
Livery and Fec-d Stable. cry out against its establishment; ing
and continue to deal equal justice
two hotels, two saloons, one to all, regardless of creed, color, or
W. C. m ieli - - - -
Proprietor. having been accustomed from early -
»V. R. STARK,------- L akeview .
infancy to governmental patr< m •< ■, saddler and harness shop, one drug condition. By so doing it will com
M ax M ueller .
they so hate to give it up, that in store, one general merchandise pel success.
M rs . LOUIS RACINE
Burns, Nov. 29, ’87.
A GASH BLISJMESS <1
flw hilVi*. store, one feed stable, and two black
------Main st., Burns, Or.------
resort to the familiar, old “ncutral”- smith shops, but It has to de-
Its the largest lot of goods in this line
A<l<litlonnl Local Newt).
r Drought to this section of country and
“independent” political trick—“we ]x nd upon Ontario for a physician’s
I at L owiir P rices than offered here.
—Snow in Burns, this morning.
don’t need any political papers,” services (some one of the many
I.eniu Uikeview call and see.
Is our motto.
young medical men back cast ought
—On Saturday, Dec. .'Id a meet
Good Buggy Teams,
A New and Elegantly Furnished Ilonse for the Accommodation
[an unconscious admiscion that the to make a note of this) and one ing of the ditch company at Burns.
of the Publie.
—On 23d inst. 10 degrees Miw
very 1 Feed Stable
nished at Reasonable Charges and lines are drawn, just a little], “old newspaper office.
Hurrah for the Atlas! Long may zero reported at I’rairie City, by
Particular Attention paid to the issues being dead,” [‘ still harping
P. II. MURPHY.
Boarding and Grooming of Tran on my daughter”], etc.—lmt the he continue to carry the little world teamsters from there.
— Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dude
sient Stock. Hav «V Grain on hand.
old dodge don’t work as heretofore: of Vale on his head and hands and Cavin, of Burris, a son, Nov. 17;
or ego :
A Limited Nuniberof Guests can secure the most Cumfortable Lodging Rooms
in the Town, at this House.
Mrs. Fry attending.
it is so transparent that must any
—To Mr. and Mrs. Wrn. Biddell,
weakeyed democrat can see through Atlas, leader of the Titans, reaped
renown—our readers can readily of Sage-Hen. a son was born last
E. TODD-------- PROPRIETOR. it, and even they cry out when they
Hay & Crain
see the deceptive words. Neutral and sec that T he H erald , although Werlnesday Nov. 23; Mrs. Fry was
lys on hand ami Good A
. _ . _
The TaLlm always S'npplied with all the Eatables obtainable and Served in Beat Style.
hit orih'ir* utile lor teams and veh-
Independent, “Ah, that’s too stale, claiming the whole of Eastern Or
All n»ents rut to order, wholesnlb, or re-
—A young lady has a nice pair of
tail. Country onler«* promptlv filled. Our when you stick such cars out from
motto is “C;i.»h « hi the Block/'
the lion’s skin, we know you, and hide-lxiund in its own conceit and new, unworn, No. 3, single E last,
$2 shoes, she would like to sell.
avaricious desire to monopolize the Call
don’t you forget it.”
nt thisoffice for address.
Pwri8riJ Livery and Feed Stable
thanksgiving ball appears
J. W. ’ f' EBRAKE.
‘‘Eqi AL and exact justice to all, exclusive privileges, take a mali to have lasted the night through,
WILSON .(• CORNl’TT. - - 1’imi-s.
cious fever and impotently rave for
an<l exclusive privekge* to none,” weeks over the advent of every net and given much satisfaction to the
HAIR-CUTTING, SHAVING, AND SHAMPOOING
in the corn« r-stonc of a republican paper that enters upon the work of pleasure-loving participants.
—Cal. Matthews returned from
letting a thirsting world know of the
Good. Accommodations. form of goveninent.
blooming fields and pastures green Buffalo station, right miles from
Given Personal Attention.
As WILL lie seen by reference to <>f Eastern Oregon, denouncing them Queen river, on the Hardin A- Ri
ley ranch. Nevada, intis-early part,
X- > ,
our columns Lakeview is a wide as "poaching on our manor,” etc. of this week, and w i 11
A« we said last week "there is al-
A i INEV-AT-I.AW.
awake town and represented by an way- room at the lop,” and'-keav, n
wy < ity Oregon.
enterprising coui.ty newspaper in sjn < d tie p.i’ier who- merits ptace
it on th' topmost round’
CHAS. SAMPSON — Bi nv. O r . The Examiner.
ma’l lac State courU CS" One duor North of Drugstore.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, BRUSHES