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E ast O regon
bl. 1 — No, 13.
BURNS, GRANT COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1888.
$2.BO a Year.
T he public debt, during January across the fertile interior of Oregon
i last, was decreased by $15,487,320. to Boise City. About 108 miles are
w.. A. WILSHIRE,
to be built. The survey has been
PUBLISHED EVERY WEPNESI»\Y
S peaker Carlisle has been con completed the entire distance.
THE TOWN OF BURNS
DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. firmed in his seat by a vote of 164
Grading has been done in sections
Grunt Count}-, Oregon,
WILSHIRE & HUDSON.
D. L. GRACE,
A dciaocmtle »fate convention for the etate of to 7.
amounting in all to about 300
Oregon I» hereby < allol to meet ut l'emlleton.
I'tualilla county, on Tenaday, April 3, I.-wt, tor
E ditor and P roprietor ,
T he “Baker City Democratic miles.”
the pnrpcee of nonilnatlna a candidate for mem I
la-r of congre.«, u candidate for indue of the an Club” starts with 1)0 members; the
AS IT IS VOICED BY THE HERALD.
pretne court, six delega’ca to the national dem-
T he bill creating the Harney
iK-ratlcconvention, and rix alternate«: to ratify club at The Dalles begins with 35.
One Year ..........
BUSINESS MEN ABROAD BY LOOKING OVKH IT» COLUMNS WILL SEE THAT
the \ ariotm district nom I tint loti«, and atteh oth
district, now on calendar pend
er buxine«« aa mav profierly come before the’
Three Month« ..................................... . .75
T hat excellent paper, the Lake ing final passage, differs from the
This flrm practice in the Courts of the convention.
One Year (bi advRuce)...................
Said convention will be compered of 1.V» dele County Examiner, has entered up one reported to the senate, a tier of
1 newspaper; 2 hotels: 4 saloons: 1 undertaker; I meat market; 2 lawyers; 3 physicians: 1
State, and before the V. 8. Laud Ofhee.
apportiot-ed to the various counties on
Anv business in the Land Office a ent rusted gates,
surveyor; 1 land agent; 1 drugstore; 1 jeweler; 1 blacksmith; 2 livery stables: 2 general mer
HERALD CLUB LIST:
vote fast f..r candidate to t-ongnaa at the i on its ninth volume. Long may it townships on the south and a tier
chandise stores; 1 bath house; 1 hardware store; 1 barber Bhop;*l saw-mill; 2 carpenters; 1 ! to them will obtain prompt attentioji.
election of l:eu>. tieing one delegate for each
[erald »nd The Century, one >«r
ou the west having been cut off at
county at:d one for every ¿00 and fraction over wave.
Oflr*|jand (’aws Solicited»
reading room. Also, 1 Odd Fellows lodge; 1 school; 1 church organization.
lerald and St. Nicholas,
I too votes a, . net.
tralci and Demorest Magazine, one year.. 3.75
request of Mr. Herman, on the
erald and Peterson Magazine
that it would be more con
respective counties will be entitled to the fol-
erald uud Godey’p Lady’s Book
early and complete organization lies ground
lowing representation :
venient, and confirm the bounda
5 Linn...................... . 9 the strength that is the assurance
GEO. S. SIZEMORE - -B urns ,O r . Benton
ries to the mountain ranges which
9 of victory.
Criminal law a specialty. Clackemsp ............... .7 Muri.»n
PACE 1 wk 2 Wk
naturally and more nearly separate
3 M ult Doni uh.
the land districts. The senate bill
inch Il fiO iTw
oo 4 00
...2 contained in the democratic creed will be amended to agree with the
P roprietor . T. V. B. EMBREE. M. D. Crook ....................... .4 Tillamook
3.50 5 00
1.50 6 00
; Office ut his residuile on the < '. 4(1« oi Douglass
. . .6 Uni.m ............... . . 8 and advocate monopolists’ greed house bill.
4 COl. GOO y oo
. .3 WilPCO .................
/ Silvios lî»ver, tex./.»ilft» bel»»/’
* .5 Wi ehmgton
20 00 30 00
I W hen you meet a -tenderfoot who
HAIR-CUTTING SHAVING, AND SHAMPOOING,
F or a man to want, to hear but says that the two old parties are
gt^-X liberal reduction to all yearly ail.
J. G. Welsh, M.D.
.155 ‘ one side of a dispute, is for him to corrupted, says
erti«ers. Call ut office, or write Publisher,
Cuts charged extra, according to space,
Offers his professional services to the cit Lane ..
declare himself in favor of ignor Times, that one is just as goal as
cd dr, that
lid none but metal base admitted.
izens of Burns and vicinity. Office at resi the county conventions for the election of dele
ance, when he must know that ig the other—please hand him this ex
Adilitional charge of »2 per insertion to
dent^ south of Herald building.
gati# to the state convention, unlcrs otherwise
from Senator Thurman's
scure choice positions in the paper.
ordirci by the local county committee, he held norance is the worst of masters to tract
As we stereotype our advertisements all
on Saturday, March -.’I, ISHX. B. G oldsmith ,
speech: “What star-route frauds
Chairman Democratic State Central Committee. take service under.
Ranges after first four imliliciitions, »1.
have flourished during this admin
Physician A Surgeon.
gif- Advertising in Local Columns Ten
T he President’s message lias istration? Not one. How many
■nls a line.
One door North of Drug Store.
JiF*- T he H erald is not owned nor con-
Dr. S. B. McPheeters trolltd
Marriage, birth, and death notices free.
by any stockman, settler, politician, or been fully indorsed by the state acres of the public lands have been
Most liberal terms to religious and social
Graduate of Iowa State University, respect any other man, except the one whose name ap granges of Illinois, Delewaro, In
lid educational bodies.
given away to railroad corpora
fully offers liis professional services to the pears nt the head of the paper as its editor, pub
Job Work done neatly and promptly, nt
diana, and I’ensylvania; by the far tions? Not one single acre. The
citizens of Burns and surrounding country. lisher,
T hi H erald belongs to no men, nor set of
■asonable prices, by an exiierienced Job
Calls answered at all hours.
men, therefore, works for no monopoly, corpor mer’s alliance, of Nebraska, and the ! record shows that during republi-
Office at W. E. Grace’s Drug Store, l-lv ation* clique, or ring.
The Patronage of the Public respectfully
I 1 can rule there were 154,538,134
T he H erald is neutral in nothing— indepen national farmer’s alliance.
dent in all things, and straightout democratic
acres of the public lands given
when party lines are drawn. And on all the
T he H ebald I s kept regularly on file for re-
Questions of the day will be found advocating
Binger Herman, of Roseburg, C. W. away to corporations, rather than
reuce, in the Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad-
tne right side as its editor is able to view it.
ir'lBliig Bureau, 10 Spruce st.. New \urk.
reserved for actual settlers, while
T he H erald is an advocate of law and order;
of ‘‘the greatest good to the greatest number;” Fulton, of Astoria, G. O. Holman during the past three years 31,182-
A. L. CONNOR
is anti-sectional in matters pertaining to East and M. L. Olmstead, of Baker City,
Oregon, Grant county, Harney Valley, Burnt.,
341 acres have been actually re
It publishes the latest news for its readers as are spoken of as republican candi
Any and all liindp of purveying done on short soon as obtained; oilers its columns to the op
claimed and restored to the people
dates for congressional honors.
minty Judge .
J. T. M a EL
by the present administration.”
| wishing to be located, t an have plats furnished within its terriiory, willing to take the respon
..............E. H all
! free of charge.
sibility of his utterances.
T he Astorian says that the Ore I
T. A. M c K innon ,
gon Pacific has laid rails from Ya M r . C lay said: “No one, in tho
T. IL M eador
n the 23d ult., in the U. S. sen quina Bay to Corvallis, a distance commencement of the protective
irvevor .................................. .......... J. II. N eal
Carpenter and Plumber, ate, W. I’. Frye, thi successor to ¡of 72 miles; from Corvallis to Al policy, ever supposed that it was to
1er! fl ..................................... .......... A. I’. D ore
Bsessor .................................. . M. J). C ameron
W. A. RODIFER.
Jim Blaine’s cast-off political bany, 12 miles; and from Albany be perpetual. We hoped and be-
•bool Superintendent ......... . . H. F. D odson
clothes, rose in his place to criticise [ to the Santiam, 9 miles, butthat | lieved that temporary protection
WAGONS, BUGGIES & CARRIAGES.
J. C. LUCE. I
Orders for Painting, also, will be skill President Cleveland’s annual mes only construction trains are run-! extended to our infant manufae-
L. B, I son
fully and promptly filled.
■strict Judge ........................
I tures would bring up and enable
sage. Ostensibly, it was a set tariff jning.
¡strict Attorney..................... M. I). C lifford .
A gent for F ireman ’ s F und I nsurance C ompany .-^!
speech, defending “Protection of Now they are reading Jaihe Rus- ■ them to withstand competition with
egister, U. 8. Lund Office, ,.......A. F. S nelling
“ .... W. M. T ownsend .
Liverv and Feed Stable. American Industries,"—or at least I sell Lowell and Senator l’hiletus those of Europe. If the protective
i policy were entirely to cease, in
under that clap-trap heading it is
W. C. BYlin - - - - Proprietor. lauded by republican papers. Re Sawyer out of the republican party 1842 it would have existed twenty-
U. S. MAILS.
—Lowell because ho eulogized the
ally, the whole screed was devoted i President at Boston, and Sawyer be- six years from 1816, or eighteen
BURNS— vale :
from 1824—quite as long as,
Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays nt 6 p m,
he won’t turn the hands of the years
l eaves Mondays and Thursdajs at 4:30 ft in,
est utterances of the great message. 1 . cause
at either of these periods, its friends
In the exordium, he directly ac ! Lamar’s confirmation. By and by supposed might be ncceaaary.“
Is our motto.
Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 4 p in.
cuses Cleveland of duplicity and there won’t be any of the republi , Just after that we had M. Walker’s
Leaves Wednesdays and Saturdays at 4 a m.
Good Buggy Teams,
double dealing. To quote the sen can party left except the admitted tariff of 1846, under which farm
And Nice Saddle Horses Fur ator’s words:
property advanced in value 100 per
Arrives Thursdays at ft a in.
nished at Reasonable Charges and “The President has clearly thrown down ; monopolists and the bloody shirt.— ; cent, in ten years, and wool brought
Leaves Thursdays at 6 a in.
' Particular Attention paid to the the gauntlet of free trade. Therein an at Scout.
a better average price than since,
BURNS, GRANT CO., OREGON,
----------------------- --------- ----------- tempt at disguise, but so feeble that it ought
(A tmvck Wednesdays nt 9m.
not to deceive any one.’’
many men, good and had a steadier market.—The
Leaves Thursdays at 6 a in.
Z'^T’For Fine Quality and Low Prices, Give us a call.
Builder and Contractor. Towards the close of the speech, I citizens, too, in many communities, World.
J. C. PARKER, Postmaster.
he compliments the same President having the honor of being demo-
One Result of Ad vertialnff Burns.
T. D. HARRIS------- B urns , O r . and the same message for “boldness | cratic in principle, who err in prac
have received a copy of Tris
tice when responding to their party’s
and honesty of purpose.”
E ast O regon H erald , published
HARNEY LODGE, NO. 77, I. O, O, F.
Instead of being a defense of the call to fill an oilice in the service of at
Burns, Grant county. It is a
Meets at Odd Fellows Ilall. every Saturday at
policy of protection fastened upon the people, and when proffering
SO p m,
M. L. FENWICK, N. G,
t [ handsome seven column folio,
C has . G unther , Sect’y.
<». McGOWAN, District Deputy G. M.
republican party, the whole speech fellow-citizens; and, we i mnv*ndd
P roprietor .
C. M. CALDWELL,
better still, it is published in
ftp- All orders for UNDERTAKING
best towns in Eastern
supported assertions, and of the, where the editorial work for the _ one of the Burns
ii- the largest town
Shop one door north of Post Office. 1-ly partisan sophistries by which the I people has been done principally Oregon.
tho great Harney valley.—Drain
A METHODIST CHURCH
wholly by the so-called “inde in
rganization exists in Burns, and a coiu-
plished. Take for example the fol pendent” paper, a sheet whose vain
odious house is in course of erection. The
Hiding committee: Messrs. McGowan, Byrd
A Full Supply of
"The republican, take up tlie President's both shoulders is laughable at any
P. S. EARLY
d . H erald : Horney is alx>ut tho
gauntlet of free trade with great pleasure. time, but most ludicrous during a
same as usual, everything quiet and
THE BURNS SCHOOL
They join issue w ith the democrats, and de
clare that, instead of the tariff icing vicious ; political campaign.
i a nent and large, white building, conve-,
illogical and inequitable, it increases mar
alluded to, in the nat- | —The weather is very fine. Mud
lently arranged for accommodation ol j
a '; d
velously the prosperity of this country; mid
>lli sexes. Meaars. Harris, Savage * Skin-i
belief that the plentiful,
the consumer, no instance can be found in party 11
paper is bound,
good i ’ --
......... ’ “for the r».
Grass springing up, a welcome
BEER, BITTERS, AND THE BEST CIGARS TO BE FOUND
which the duty has not decreased to the
” to advocate the claims i harbinger • of spring.
consumer the cost of the article consumed." of
' the party
IN THE LOWER MARKET.
before the convention, : _ — \y
We (. ] have a private school nt
arefully edited and conducted in the interest
If Senator Frye, or his great pre of can<l
and “support the nominees,” after,! present, with 25 or 30 pupils.
f all is established in Burns, and circulates in DRINKS SCIENTIFICALLY MIXED IN STYLES AND QUANTI- Promptly executed. The building is being
very part of Harney Valley—T he E ast O re -
enlarged ami improved preparatory to turn
is to liberally fee the newspaj>er op —We will have a dance here Ht.
on H erald .
TIES TO SUIT.
out all kinds or bhmkxmithing on short Blaine, can logically establish the ponents of democracy, because they .
Valentine’s, or try mighty hard.
notice and in beat style. T^nps: Cash. 1-ly above as a theorem of ¡«tlitical
GIVE ME A CALL BEFORE SAMPLING ANYWHERE ELSE
economy, they need not fear to ad are under none other than a mon- j —There were a go<sl many people
Harney lust Sunday.
AS I CAN
Livery & FeedStable vance any other theory because of their claims to office, and be as il visitingin
H AS. A. COGBWBLL,
F. A. COC0WKLL.
—A flight hail storm passed yvey
GIVE YOU AS FINE LIQUORS AS YOU CAN BUY IN THE TOWN
One other evidence of meretri liberal with the advocate of democ-1 the town the other day, but did np
damage, as the hail was very fine.
cious partisanship, and we have racy ns it is possible to be.
This is a failing that is likely to
—There will l>e two balls hereon
done with Stnator Frye and his
rrr- Good Accommodations at Reasonable
j}10 g2d. One given by Mrs. Carey
speech, for the present. There are be
COGSWELL A COGSWELL. I
a numlxT of broad-minded, deep get close to the fact that a party ttnd the other by Phil Bruner. It
LAKEVIEW AND LINKVII.LE, Or.
lways R eady and W illing to W ait on C ustomers .
thinking students of political econ paper,“straight-out democratic,ncu- ’ ¡H Phil’s first, so I think those who
omy in England, whose ideas arc tral in nothing, and independent in attend will have a good time. He
. ii things," ” unlike
a j>arty organ, j |ulK lniU]e |,iH arrangements with a
not circumscribed by the bounda all
.ttorney, Notary Public &
ON A CASH BASIS.
ries of their own little island. A has no handle for them to turn view to making all who come havo
F. J. WELLS,------- P roprietor . few of these were outspoken in com to order; does not bind itself to an enjoyable time.
mendation of Cleveland’s message. work for any man’s personal ambi — Items are rather scarce this
I m prepared to furnish all kind* of fresh
. C. BRODERSEN,... Lakeview.
This Mr. Frye seized upon as a cry! tion, but for the principles of the week, but perhaps they will be more
meats, sausage, etc. Leare j’ouriytlcr.
Any business entiur*ed to me will receive
C or .
of rejoicing from the whole English party it advocates, and the men | plentiful another time.
ost careful and prompt attention. Land
whose principle« and practice« go
------- VALE, OREGON
Harney, Feb. 14, 1888.
atters and Collection a specialty. Corres- CHAS. E. BOSWELL
•ndence solicited in English and Gentian.
J. C. PARKER, BURNS, AGENT.
United States were to be opened: hand-in-hand.
A summary of over 1200 events
to the surplus productions of Two of t lie largest railroad con- for the pastyear, as published in
pauper lalsir; and on this gross per-
CHAS. SAMPSON - - B urns , O r . version of facts made a lame at- tractors on the coast arc said to be 1421 papers in the United States,
M. A. KELTON.
leaves VALE on Monday» and Thursdays at 4:30, a. m.
only waiting for the rigors of winter h K ows but one as occuring in Ore-
tempt to blarney the Irish for to cease, when they will bring in gOn, and that was: “Prohibition wus
Arrives at BURN’S on Tuesdays and" Fridays at 6 P D”.
Practices in the court» of the state, and
Blaine. Further comment is
their great plants and begin the j defeated in Oregon.” The States
iforetheU. 8. Land Office.
Leaves BURN’S on Mondays and Thursdays at 4:30 a. m.
work of grading and track laying! Rights Democrat, of Albany, with
B. F. LLOYD------- P roprietor . necessary.
the Oregon Pacific.
This Hotel lately refurnwdied, offers “j»e-
commendable enterprise got up a
cial I nd ncevii ent* ’n accommodation to the
S ays the London (Eng.) Times:
A late San Francisco dispatch summary of its pages during 1887,
traveling public,whose patronage kiaolicited
So far as this country is concerned, states that “probably tho directors of which the following is an ex
furniahed with the best the mar
gZF'Closc connection at VALE with stage for ONTARIO.
1-ly k'd £W»Tnb1e
it is questionable whether the im of none of the many railroad lines tract of such as relates to this state:
pulse that would be given to the that, have intentions of becoming Jan. 10. Oregon Icglslatnre convenea.
is. Oregon legfslHture ad)<»urna sine die.
R. STARK,------- L akeview .
production and exportation of the transcontinental are more sanguine Feb.
Mar. 19. o A C It K Bold to Noufhern Pacific.
United State by the removal of the of speedy success than the Oregon A|> 3. ’■ Wlllamatte Valley’* arrives for the first
burdens now weighing on American Pacific people. All the directors time 4. at Frank
I rs the largest lot of goods in thia line
McDowell. <»f Halem. tiled.
t brought to this section of country an«l CHAS. G. FRYE,
* Marple convicted of murder in Yamhill
P roprietor M rs . L. RACINE - P ropriktrbm .
■I at I/ iwf . r P rice # than offered here,
a formidable rivalry, Ixjth in home eastern men, yet there are no dis May 24. State Grange meets at Salem.
len in Lakeview call and we.
■ Main st., Burns, Or.-----
¿5. Mita Dolph, daughter of Senator Dolph,
and foreign markets.
senters to the policy of pushing the married.
A Limited Nnml er of Guest-« eanatcure the
June 6. Dr Harry Lane appointed Hupt. M
line to a rapid completion. Just at Insane
most Com forts hie Lodging Rooiita in the
very = Feed Stable
Town, at thi« lfou«e.
IA. Pion»-* r's re union at Portland.
T he Tariff Reform League of this season there is a lull in active July
The Tables always Supplied with all the Eat
7 Kelly taken from jail at Lails* and
P. H. MURPHY.
able* the market affon'e,
Massa. husetts gave a banquet late outside work. Graders, construe-j lynched.
¿9. First load of new wheat brought to
ly. and unanimou«ly endorsed the tion gangs and even surveyors are Albany.
1. J. G. Robinson reprieved by (k>v.
HARNEY CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
position of “the people’s President”
for the heavy rains make it almost
17 < onier atone of the Nt Wo Agricultural
IIAY A GRAIN
at Corvallis laid.
V. J, MILLElt
nent men were present, among impOMible to do any effective work; College
2M. lexington, in Eastern Oreeu*1» almost tor
lw;iy«« on hand and Gond Attention
but a large force of workers is re tally destroyed by fire.
ft ail ordera niade for teams and veh-
Citizenfl of Oregon, advertiflo
A New Stock of Fine Goods.
Hamay Cftjr. Oregon.
yt< at author and U. 8. Minister to tained in readiness for the coming
Will practice in all the Ktate <
i-u England under Haves, Garfield and season, and the headquarters of the your etale; ernd Oregon Mpera
Arthur, who made a speech in j company at Corvallis presents the abroad; the immediate coat will he
lie intimated that Cleveland ap|»earancc of a live industry. By very nmall, only /50 centfl for three
Patron« may rest assured that an orderly, well-kept house will be
J. W. BONEBRAKE.
greatest President since April 1st, it is expected to resume months* subscription to T he H er
maintained, and no wrong-doing tolerated; and the quality of the
A. J. BROWN.
which was received with active construction work of the 5<MI ald if sent East, and Un* return wilt
Anr and all kinds <»f «nruryinr dofl« on short
goods unsurpassed Lv any other respectable businesc in our line. 1-ly n«-tirv.
miles of route froru Yaquina Bay | be tenfold in effect.
Wurk--Ecax>t¡n!'!c Price*. i-
storms of applause.
and aetiafarlum ruarnnUtd. 1—&—Jy
J ob W ork .
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.