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BURNS, GRANT COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1888.
BUSINESS MEN abroad will find that BURNS, Grant co.. Or., coutains: 2 newspapers: 2
hotels; 0 grocer; ».saloons: 0 brewerv: 1 undertaker; 0 luun dry: 0 furniture store: 0 shoe
shop; 1 meat murket; 2 lawyers; 3 physic ians: 1 surveyor; 1 laud agent; 0 dentist; 1 drug
store; 1 jeweler; 1 blac ksmith; Ohurium shop; 1 livery stable: 0 bakery: 2 general mer
chandise stores: 1 bath house; 0 milliner shop; 0 real estate agent; 1 hardware store; 1
barbershop; 1 saw-mill; 1 ladks nurse: 2 carpenters; 1 rending room. Also, 1 Odd Fvl-
lo.vs lodge; 1 school; 0 church—All these fuels are told in clear, unmistakeable words by
the advertisers in the Voice of the Town: T he H erald ; Send it (5c) to friends in the Ei;st.
D. L. GRACE,
and P roprietor .
SI'BS< KI l’TION TERMS:
¥vw (in advance)
HERALD I'l.lll 1,1ST :
»11,1 Th,' Century, ol»' )iur
mui «I- Nichol»«.
»nd .......... rest M«sazine. on« year
and Celer».». Mnauzine
and God, >’» l.adj » Hook
Mas. LOUIS RACINE
----- Main st, Burns, Or.-----
advertising hate .-
1 mo 3 ino (i ino
1 wk 2 wk
| 00 fX.OO fill uo 115.00
IK 00 ZM.OO
4.00 • 50 12 00
5.00 K 00 1,. (XI 21 00 4J.W»
<>00 10 00 20 00 :i2.oo 50 oo
'.1.00 15 00 2S 00 4 3 00 54 00
1« 00 23.00 44.00 K0.00 120 00
30.00 w. 00 (.OOM U0.ÜÜ 14J.00
A New and Elegantly Furnished House for the Accommodation
of the Public.
\ liberal reduction to all yearly ad-
Veni crs. Gall at olllce, or write Publisher.
BUB NS ADV KKT ISE M E N TS.
11U R N S A D V E RT IS E M E NTS.
■ Cuts charged extra, according to space,
and none but metal base admitted.
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A Limited Number ot Guests can secure the most Comfortable Lodging Rooms
in the Town, at this House.
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■ As we stereotype our advertisements all
■Langes after first four publications, |1.
I ¿TtF“Advertising in Local Column» Ten
¿j Dis a line.
The Tablvn always Supplied with all the Eatable« obtainable an<l Served
In Beat Style
The Patronage of the Public respectfully I
P kopbietohs .
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Keeps Constantly on Hand a Large Stock of
' T he II fp . ai .1) is kept regularly on file for re-i
teruneu, j'ti ll;e Geo. P. Rowell Nc a spapcr Ad-'
lertiiuiig Bureau, 1J Spriu c 11., New York.
N. R. M axey
J. T. M ael
............... E. H all
\ T. A. M c K innon ,
$ T. 11. M eador
( '«»inm'asloiicrs. .
J. II. N eal
................ A. U. D ore
fAi s-:', ••r ................................. ....... M. D. ( A.MEIION
li. F. D odson
J. C. LUCE.
L. B. I ron
Ji’B'rirt Judice ...................... ...
M. D. UL1FFOKI».
And all kinds of Surface I.uinls'r thoroughly sea -oned fur building purposes and
KEDfl'ED I’Itll E8.
Having been added they are enabled to 1111 all orders as soon as received.
N. B.—Good Road all the way.
A. F. SNELLING
Register, U. 8. Land Office, ,
. W. M. To A NSEND.
He< elver, “
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, DRUSHES,
U. S. MAILS.
Toilet Articles, Glass, Putty, Etc.
burns — vale :
Arrives Tticaduss and Fridays nt f» p m.
Leaves Meiidaj s ami Thursdays at 4:30 a m.
BURNS—CANYON city :
Arrives Ttteadavs and Fridays at 1 p m.
Leaves Wednesdays and Saturdays al 4 a m.
w. E. GRACE,
r.U RN S—VR l N E VILLE.
A rrives Thursd: ys nt 6 a tn.
Leaves Thursdays r.t G a in.
A Large Assortment of
lias Just Been Received.
THE lit’HNS SCHOOL is n neat mid loin-
white building, conveniently ar
ranged tor a.-coinnio.lotion of l.otli sexes.
M. N. Fegtly, Principal, Miss Woods, As
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ROBINSON £ DODSON
Full Supply of
F. A. COliSWKLI.,
THE BEST WINES & LIQUORS
LAKEVIEW AND LINKVILLE, Or.
Attorney, Notary Public à
A. C. BRODERSEX,... Lakeview.
£ïgr-Kverj'thinjç Giiarantocff Pure «nd of the Very Best Quality.
ADVE KTISE M ENTS.
CH AS.-A. COGHS KI.I.,
iiuh I ìou «,
I, A K EVIE W
CUTLE R Y
Arrives 'Vednesdnys nt 9 p m.
Leaves ihursda;. s nt 6 n in.
J. c. PARKER, Postmaster.
IIARXEY LODGE. XO. 77, I. O. O. F.
Meet, nt Odd Follow. Hall, every Saturday al
J. 1.. HAIKU, X. G.
C has . G unther , Fect’y.
G. McGOWAN, DiBirict Deputy G. M.________
Beer, Bitters and the Best Cigars in the Market.
Drinks scientifically mixed in style and quantity to suit.
A First-Class Billiard Table
Any business enti listed to me will receive
most careful and prompt attention. Laud
matters and (’olleciion a specialty, (’orres-
pondonce so’i’ited in English ami German.
ITty IcK ALWAYS ON HAXI'-^I
M. A. KELTON.
Practices in the court- of the state, and
bcfojj’ the C. S. Land < »ili'«1.
W. R. STARK,
---- L akeview .
H um tbe largest lot of goods in this line
ever brought to this section of country and
soltl at L ower P rices than offered here.
When in Lakeview call and see.
Livery 1 Feed Stable
Has just received a Large and Complete Line
Of General Merchandise including Christmas
And Holiday Goods and now Oilers them to the
Public at the most Reasonable Rates. Come Ono
And All. Come examine this fine, large-Stock of Goods!
goods to sell
HAY A GRAIN
Ahvnvs on hand and G.»od Attention
given ail orders made for teams and veh
»f a first
Cheap at a Cash RATE.
P. II. MURPHY.
M c G owan
Agent for Slaver «t Walker, Win »lesale Dealers in
J. W. BON ERRA KE.
G »< h 1 Work—Ren^onable Price*.
East Oregon Herald.
I Let every town that is without a news-
bapnr get'one at once by advertising for
w»ne in our paper; nteanwhi’e. let every bit.<-
Ine«-« man •eml his name. pia< e. line of bus-
■»*•**. and 2'» Mth«< ri1>er.< to 11«. an<! thus
ally to !■ •»m hi' town.
Tn the Mends rs of the Democrat
ic State Central Committee of the
State of Oregon:'. Notice is hereby
given that a meeting of the Demo
cratic State Central Committee for
Oregon will be hjlden in the city of
Portland on January 11, 1888, at
the hour of 1 o’clock p. in., for the
purpose of naming time and place
for holding the State Convention
and for such other business ns may
properly come before the committee,
B. G oldsmith , Chairman.
Oregon Pacific News.
J. E. Martin, formerly partner ui
J./ÍAT HUI.S >.N.
I». I,. GUACE
tin' merchandize business in Burns
with our eie rgetic townsman, Geo.
ti . i : rE<>ri.i:s- riii:sini:\r.
McGowan, arrived in Burns on the
WILSHIRE æ IJUDSON.
The President of the United States
23d lilt., direct from the Cascade
is a democrat, i nd lis nearly the re
work on the Oregon Pacific, where
presentative man of the nation as
he has been for some t ime, and from
can be found in the country. Con-
him we learn the following:
I scientious and couragecusin the dis
LAKEVIEW AND HERNS. Oli.
A h for the disagreement between
charge ofollici.il duties; indefati-
the two contractors, Hunt anil Ben-
gable and business-like in the fulfil
net, and the company, if the former
This firm practice in the Courts of tl»'
.... ment of presidential social require
comply with the conditions of their
State, mid before the F. S. Lathi Office. ments; clear-headed ami honest in
contracts, the company will do its
Any liiHiness in the Banti Office entrusted
to iheiu will obtain prompt utiefition.
A wont» of apology is due our part; if they fail, the company wijl
££y*!ain<! Casos Solicitod.
for repeating the rcady- not fail to push forward the wz di m >
every instance shown himself a man 1 readers
he H erald during the early spring. The road is com
(m> T ()r
j issues. It oc pleted 30 or 40 miles this 4=ide of
Builder and Contractor. of the people: a friend of justice
and right as against might. In 1118« curred
; ... , in 4l
We ordered Scio; considerable work is done im
T. D. HARRIS - ----- Bruxs, Ou. several messages to congress he has two bundles of miscellany reprint to the summit and the grading this
given indubitable evidence that he keep on hand in case of failure of side; the road is located 10 or 1.5
is sound on all the leading ques our current readv-print reaching us miles this side of the Deschutes,
tions that affect the present and fu-1 in time; by the time these came in. and a final survey through Harney
ture good of American citizens: our subscription list had increased valley will be completed this
Ail orders for I'NDKKTA KtN<»
mormonism, disposal of public do until we not only had to add half of winter.
I promptly filled.
> hop one door north of Post Office. 1 ly main, restoration of naval strength,
them to our current news, but had
When capitalists tiy to Washing
encouragement of home industries, , already used up the delayed issue
etc., questions that demand criti- of Dee. 7th. We have ordered an ton to get American labor pro
I cal study, depth of thought and increase that we hope will prevent tected, the workingman puts on his
P. « EARLY-------- Bruxs, O h . of learning. He has, thus far, the repetition of inside matter after thinking cap.—Courier-Journal.
V. J. Miller and wife, formerly of
flinched from contact with no phase
----- ( Î E N ERAL lì E P A J RING----- of public trust, vetoed every meas this week.
i Salem, hut cow of Harney Citj,
ure looking to the benefit of the few
The last session of Congress were in town Wednesday, and took
as against the many, calmly and made an appropriation for the col thi‘ ears for the capital.—Atlas, On
deliberately confronted and over lection of statistics of marriage and tario, Or., Dec. 24.
Mr. and Mrs. Murray, of Vale,
come every obstacle laid in his way divorce. It will require something
Promptly executed. The building is being
enlarged and improved preparatory to turn by an opposing majority in the sen smarter than a Congressional inves Malheur county, were visiting in
out all kinds oi blacksmithing on short ate, and has as sturdily ignored the
tigation to discover a sure cure for Union lately.
notice ami in best style. Terms: (’ash. 1-ly
C. W. James, a solid young demo
dictates of the demagogues in "the divorce outside of the Catholic
cratic man, has been appointed
rule or ruin” element of his party, Church.—Catholic World.
Physician A Surgeon.
postmaster at Baker City
(submission to which ultra element
No tax levy yet received from
the republican party drove thous
Bv a recent order of the general
Dr. S. B. McPheeters in
ands of fair-dealing men from its land office, all applications to file the State authorities. This will
Graduate of Iowa State University, respect ranks years ago), regardless of any
under the homestead and timber make it very unpleasant for the sher
fully offers his professional services to the
iffs of Eastern Oregon counties, as it
citizens of Burns and surrounding country, ambition he may entertain to serve culture acts, must be accompanied
throws the time of collecting the
(’alls answered at all hours.
a second term.
Office at \Y. E. Grace’s Drug Store. 1-ly
T he H erald is an admirer of the application will be rejected. Also taxes in the precincts way into the
manly policy of Grover Cleveland citizens of foreign birth who wish to winter.
Owing to the death of Steno
President of the United States, tile on land, must furnish record
Mrs« M. A. Fry,
and never bad occasion to be proud proof of their citizenship, or declar grapher Richardson, the reports of
er of his advocacy of democratic I ation. These are recent orders the wagon road frauds which were
principles than when he penned the which settlers will do well to heed. taken down in shorthand will have
Special attention given Ladies ifi Coniine-
to be gone over. Richardson used
presidential message to the fiftieth —Eugene City Guard.
ment. Calls answered at all hours.
many individual characters in
i eongress, calling its most earnest
and immediate attention, in crisp,
The Overseer of the Pennsylva making up the reports, and which
Have had many years practice in Hos
in the absence of explanation makes
pital a- well as extensive experience in Gen carefully worded sentences, to the nia Stat? Grunge called the atten
1-ly ¡enormous evil that has been inflict tion of the State Grange to the fact the testimony taken illegible to oth
ed upon the people whose govern that while the wealth of farmers in er shorthand readers. — Oregon
ment he represents—making of tho creased 100 per cent, from 1850 to Scout.
T. V. B. EMBREE. M. D. ¡public
treasury “a hoarding place! I 18!)0, a low-tariff Democratic peri
BARNEY CITY NOTES.
Office at his residence on the east side ol for money needlessly withdrawn od, it only increased '.) percent, from
BY OLD JOKER.
Silvios River, ten miles below .Burns. 1-ly
from trade and the peoples’ use.” 1870 to 1880. a high-tariff Republi
erald : Christmas hna
He states the sum thus “witli- can time. lie attributes this result
I drawn” to be, Dec. 1st, tf55,258,871, to a tariff which enhances the price passed, and every body seemed to
J. G. Welsh, M.D-
and says “This condition of our of everything a farmer buys.—Eu enjoy themselves in good shape.
Offers his professional services to the cit
We had a Christmas true at the
izens of Burns anil vicinity. OtUde at resi treasury is not altogether new, and gene City Guard.
i as attend«*!
dence south of Herald building.
it has more than once of late been 1
Ly old .< i vom« - •
submitted to the people’s represen Gm republican friends shout nt few openit. s ■ch -, oi< Santa
tatives in congress, who alone can
.isket of -andics
' Ulatis, with hi
supply the remedy.” And in these 1 tax on tobacco and whisky is not and nuts, >n:i,.e his appearance,
I geo . s . sizemore -- bikns , ok . few words sets forth the nature of contrary to Democratic principles. and a comical looking old chap he
the evil “which imperatively de Now the truth of the matter is this: was, too. The presents were then
Cri mln al law a specialty.
mands immediate and careful con The country has Is-en loaded lip I taken from the tree and distributed,
with war taxes, laid upon tobacco,
; after which all went to supper in
“When we consider that tho the whisky, and many imports, and the the hall over head.
A. L. CONNOR
The supper was given by the
every citizen the full enjoyment of which one of these articles shall hunting party, and there was plen
the fruits of his industry and enter
taxation is brought back to Demo ty for every body, and all seemed
Any and all kinds of surveying done on short prise, with only such deduction as
to relish what rfvas provided fer
notice anti reasonable terms. /fjT“ Settlers may be his share towards the care cratic simplicity, for revenue only.
wishing to lie located, can iiuve plats furnished
free of charge.
ful and econofnical maintainance
After supper, a grand rush was
of the government which protects the necessaries of life—food, fuel , made for Bain’s hall, where they
Carpenter and Plumber.
him, it is plain that the exaction of
danced until about (> o’clock next
more than this is indefensible, and before whisky and tobacco.—World. morning; and every thing went off
W. A. RODIFER.
a culpable betrayal of fairness and
nice and smoothly. About 55 num
justice. This wrong inflicted upon | This message buries the bloody bers were sold. The music was al
Orders for Fainting, also, will be skill those who bear the burden of nation shirt.
The republican platform of so good.
al taxation, like other wrongs, mul next year may wave it a little, but
fully and promptly iillcd.
Additional Locnl New«.
tiplies a brood of evil consequences. that will be for euphony ami to
Livery and. Feed Stable.
The public treasury, which should please such small politicians as the
—A traveler in from Baker City
W. C. BYliO - - - - l*r«»pilotor. only exist as a conduit conveying
little governor of Ohio, and at last reports having seen a number of elk
the people’s tribute to its legitimate the nigger is out of American poli on a mountain side, two of which
objects of expenditure, becomes a tics. Tho question next year is, are were killed by members of his party;
A CASH BUSINESS hoarding place for money needless you American enough to believe that names and partieulirs were not ob
ly withdrawn from trade and the this country is full grown enough to tained by our reporter.
people’s use, thus crippling our na enter into the race for national pros —Chas. Ziegler, living on Poison
tional energies, obstructing our perity, commercial supremacy and creek, four miles from Burns, han
country’s development, prev nt’ng modern progress with every other his cellar filled with the varied veg-
Is our motto.
investment in productive enter nation? With our (>0,tl()0.<)()<» of pop -etable products of Harney valley
Good Buggy Teams,
prises, threatening financial disturb ulation, best on earth—with ma from his garden the past season.
And Nice Saddle Horses Fur
nished at Reasonable Charges and ance and inviting schemes of pub chinery that, I have seen estimated, He raised about (> cwt of onions
Particular Attention paid to the lic plunder.”
as capable of doing the work of from from the seed, ’, and, Friday hist,
Boarding and Grooming of Tran
Tin: H erald with fine
12,(XX),(MX», to 100,(MX),(XM) men, with presented
T he H eiiai . ii sent to anv address our
sient Stock. Hay A Grain on hand.
samples of the “Wetherfield’s Red”
East three months is only 50 cents. vast territory, washed by innumer ami “White Giant Rocco,” very
large and fine; also, a nice lot of
T he republican national commit able navigable streams ami trav “
1 lollow Crown” parsnips, that can
tee has issued its official call for the
be more than equalled any
meeting of the r< publican national
where. The creek flows through
I CHAS. SAMPSON - - Bruxs, O k . convention of 1888, at Chicago, surpassed, much of th«- farm oper his field and makes irrigation com
ations performed by labor-saving
machinery, with free institutions, a paratively easy work. In conver
CANYON CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
W e call our reader’s attention to written constitution, self-govern sation with Mr. Ziegler, we learn
ment, and free trade among the that lie came to California in 1S5<>,
But mem men will find Canyon city, (»rant co the fifth column on our 2d page,
Or. h. .»■ 1 newspnpcr: 2 hole’s; Brnloocs; 1 sh«>e where they will find a full report of states, we had best go out of Gisi- ami after living there 30 years, he
shop: I meat murket: 2 lawyers: -I plijidcfans:
moved to Harney valley.
-dent:» >; 3 jeweler»«'» ■<• a<l. of iresap): 1 har- the bills introduced in Congress ness if we cannot compete with nil
utir t Imp: I blacksmith; 2 livery stables,; 5 this session, in the interest of the the pauper« east of London and
—On the 30th inst., 11 man tied
merchant»«: 1 bath house; 1 hardware store; 1
up in Burns, looking too tired out
west of Hong Kong.
barber shop: 1 saw-miH—f.» raja the Voice of Pacific coast.
of the Town: its nev spa per.
All Blaine’s talk about gobi leav from evident hard riding not to at
T he H erald is in favor of an ex ing us if congress should pass such tract attention, anil was recognized
pression of all the people of Grant a tariffbillas Mr. Cleveland recom ns one Lew Nolan, a horse breaker,
county in conventions an to who mends is bosh. Suppose it docs? from Willamette valley. Next
shall l;e their nominees to fill the W<- are not going to give it away; morning, David Palmer of Oregon
C. P. ©resap,
various offices of the county, for the we will get something for it. But Canyon, came in from Vance’s
coming June election, and opposed it i« not going to leave us. We ranch on Queen’s river, Malheur
Ciinyon City, Oregon.
I Li*, also, a line a--ortment of Barl»c<line to all attempts at slate-making by heard in 1877 that gold would leave county, to look him up as a horse
ware—something new, which for beauty of ‘ the nominal few.”
us ami not an ounce remain with thief. He stated that Nolan had
design and iini-li is hard to equal. A line
us if congress remoni tiz< d silver, teen hired at Vance’s, and, during
line (and in all .-hade««), of
U nder date from Isindon of Dec. but emigres« did that very thing Mr. Vance's absence in Carson City,
17, eastern papers announce the over the veto that John Sherman had obtained Mrs. Vance’s consent
Beautiful Glass Ware “most harmful and grievous war made Hayes send to th0 democratic to ride a good work horse to a danco
Of every (le-< ii|»ti»in—Toilet sets; grnpine «(•are of the year,” occasioned by house, amt gold has been coming to Monday night at Summit station;
br»»nzu f.anij> with Dupl< x Burner-, one the action of Russia in again mass ur. < very day since, and there is as ho did not return, Mrs. Vance
'iiffit ii-nt to light the town. Kight-Day*
ing troops in Poland, on .the Aus more of it in America now than ev sent for Mr. Palmer, who traced No
< louk«, and a line line of
WATCHES AND JEWELRY. trian and Prussian frontier. This er I efore. Give us a tariff for rev lan and the horse to Malheur slough
awoke no uneasiness in England, enue only, and such a wave of pros- where he had trailed horses with a
— I’I jh h , and McernchnHin
but caused a panicky f ■ ling and |« rity would ensue that millions tearnst. r; thi n on to Burns, where
r»|M H R Fpeciatl y. varrii'ifetl. Ojtffei»». .-ar
<iiii< R, < rn< k • ik , all fr«gh. .Mi.apR, t.« k :
depression in the money upon millions more of gold would n warrant was taken out for his ar-
l»taiidi>. V< • nt l’.»w<tiTR—<!ver>bf»d>
v. orlh from 2.x-
< nil draw a ; prize
markets of Berlin and Vienna. A follow that than has come since r> -t. Nolan was inquiring at Burns
lhtu of >« h<H»l
‘ " **
military council win held in tor- democracy gave us the <1 lollars of for "Shorty” Lewis, a relative of his.
many and Austria, ami tlm the the dads fen years ago.— Courier- and i- believed to have gone into
: the John Day country.
The i'nnrtry pr.arptly nm «1 rrcrtly fitted. I iy situation stand, at pre«, nt.
Journal. Louisville. Kv.
I Marriage, birth, and death notices free.
I Most liberal terms to religious and social,
lud educational bodies.
| Job Work done neatly ami promptly, at
p i unable prices, by an experienced Job j
$2.30 a Year.
WAGONS, BUGGIES & CARRIAGES.
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