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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (March 7, 1888)
Vol. 1 — No. 18.
BURNS, GRANT COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1888.
D. L. GRACE,
P roprietor .
One Year (in advance)........................
HERALD CLUB LIST:
and The Century, one year
and Ht. NIcholt s,
and Deiqprest Magazine, one year
and Peters.»ii Magazine
and Godey’s Lady’s Book
2 wk 1 mo 8 mo 6 ino
T he H i : mi . ) is k ppt regularly on ff’i* for ro
ferenre, hi «ht, —
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—- X - ewanat»
-» r- er Ad-
vertiaing Bureau, 10 Spruce at., New York.
N. R. M axey
J. T. M ael
E. H all
> T. A. M c K innon ,
\ T. H. M ealok
J. H. N eal
A. C. D ork
M. 1). C amekon
H. F. D odsok
Stock Inspector ..........
J. U. LUCE.
P’atrict Judge ............
Dial riot Attorney ........
!.. B. I kon
M. I). CLIFFORD.
Rvg'ser, U. H. Land office,
U. S. MAILS.
burns — vale :
Arrives Tuesda -s and Fridays at 6 p m.
Leaves Mondays and Thursdays at 4:30 a in.
Arrives Tues ’a s and Frida'* at 4 p in.
Leaves Wednesdays and Saturdays at 4 a m.
Arrives Thursdays at 6 a in.
Leaves Tliuiaday s at 0 a in.
HARNEY MIDGE, NO. 77, I. O. <>. F.
Mfrets at Odd Fellow s Hal), every Saturday al
M. L. FENWK K, N. G.
C ham . G unther , Sect’y.
LAK EVI E W
A TTY E RT18 E M ENT8.
F. A. CO«1HWFLL.
CHAS. A. «’«»ORWELL,
Attorney, Notary Public à
A. C. BRODERSEN,... Lakeview.
Any hu-diies* entrusted to me will receive
mo-<t careful and prompt attention. Land
matters and ('o’lcclion a specially, Corres
pondence solicited in English and’ German,
M. A. KELTON.
Lake view, Or.
Practices in the courts of the state, and
before the U. 8. Land Office.
W. R. STARK,------- L akeview .
Has the largest lot of good* in this line
ever brought to this section of country and
sold nt L ower P ricf * than offered here.
When in Lakeview call «nd sec.
Livery I Feed Stable
1». II. MURPHY.
Always on hand and Good Attention
-iven all orders made for teams ami veh
Watchmaker & Jeweler
J. W. BONE BRAKE.
Good Wo*k—I’.ca^onable Price*.
CANYON UTTY ADVERTISEMENTS.
FINE SILVER WARE
O. P. Cresap,
<‘anp»n City, Oregon.
Ila*, also, a fine assortment of Barliedine
ware—soinething new. whic h for lieautv of
design and fini-h is hard to equal. A fine
line (and in all shade*), of
Beautiful Glass Ware
Of every ile-w-riptinn— Toilet vets; genuine
hr,2”e '-»nil»“ with Duplex Bnmer., one
mffieient to litrht the town. Eight-Dur
< Iwke. and a fine line nt
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
ir«™—V t-li. and M<-en> hann>
J7 a a apri
"pwialty. warraate.1. tn Men, Mr-
ers> P«rwdera—even Nxly
can draw ai prize »orh fnon 25c
to $I. Full line of *< b<»l
n*M»ka. and mationrry
of ai!d< arriptiur.*.
__ * »iderwfmtn
The C vuntry pmwptiy and career tly finedJ-Jy
THE BEST WINES AND LIQUORS,
BURNS— LA K EVIEW ;
Arrives Wednesda' k at 9 pm.
l.euves Thursdays at «• a di .
J. U. PARKER, Fistrnrs’er.
Org inizati«»n exist» in Burn*, and a coin-
itKKitous bouse is in «■our: e of erection. The
baiiding c«»tnmittec: Merc:s. McGowan, Byrd
A. F. K nelling
W. M. T ownsend .
A METHODIST CHURCH
♦8 PO »11 00 |15 00
12 00 1* 00 28 00
15.00 24 00 ID (Ml
20 00 83 00 50.00
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4* 00 80.00 1.0 00
GO 00 110.00 140 00
T he growth of Oregon during the that the republican party cannot
next few years promises to be equal without violating its pledges and
I». I.. GUICE
W. A. «tUIHIBS,
»• K'T HV1*"S.
to the development of Kansas and bringing reproach upon its name,
THE TOWN OF BURNS
Nebraska immediately after rail refuse to reduce the taxes which
HK.MOCKATIC STATE C’ONVEXTION.
Grant County, Oregon.
WILSHIRE A HUDSON.
A democratic state convention for the state of road connection from the East.—Ex. weigh so heavily on producers and
AH IT IS VOICED BY THE HEKALI),
Oreg.m ia hereby called to meet at Pendleton,
O n silk dress and piece goods and consumers. Mr. Conkling is fur
t matillu county, on Tuesday, April 8, isss, for
the pnrpt se of nominating a camlidate for mem silk ribbons, the tariff rate this year ther credited with the remark that
BUSINESS MEN ABROAD BY LOOKING OVER ITS COLUMNS WILL SEE THAT
her of congress, s candidate for judge of the su
preme court, nix delegates to the national dvin- was 50 per cent. On woolen g-sids, President Cleveland’s last message
«»cratle convention, and six alternates; to ratify it was 70 |>er cent. Which class is was one of the wisest, boldest and
LAKEVIEW AND BURNS, OR.
1 newspaper; 2 hotels: 4 saloons: 1 undertaker; 1 meat market; 2 lawyers; 8 physicians: 1
the VHrionatiisiri« t nominations, and such «»Hi-
er busiiicit; kb mav properly come before the “protected” by this specimen of most patriotic evidences of states
surveyor; 1 land agent; 1 drugstore; 1 jeweler; 1 blacksmith; 2 livery stables: 2 general mer
chandise stores; 1 bath house; 1 hardware store; 1 barber shop; 1 saw-mill; 2 carpenters; 1
Thi* firm prneli« «* in tho Courts of the
manship of recent years.—New
baid convention will be composed of 155 dele high tariff— the rich or the poor?
reading room. Also, 1 Odd Fellows lodge; 1 school; 1 church organization.
State, ami before the U. 8. Land Office.! gates, tipportioned to the various counties on
the v«>te cast for candidate to eongrers at the
. X <4F** Mall a copy of T he H erald to friends in the East. Advertise your town.
election <»f lWfl, living one delegate for ea< h ington agent of the Ass< elated Press,
to them will obtain prompt attention.
county and one for every zoo and fraction over
T he Oregonian says: “A good
100 vokB ho cast.
Gen. Sheridan declared that he
In accordance with sai«! apportionment, the
round sum—not less than $25,000-
NEAR BURNS, OREGON.
rewpectivv counties will be entitled to the
“ fol would not accept the republican
presidential nomination if offered (X*0 a year, for several years to come,
DORE - -- -- -- -- P roprtbtohs .
ought to be appropriated for rivers
Keep* Constantly on Hand a Large Stock of
' GEO. S. SIZEMORE - - Bruxs, O h . < lackemas
and harbors.” In 1882, when con
Criminal law a specialty.
A letter from Portland, dated gress appropriated $18,000,000, the
Feb. 28, says: “Gov. 1‘ennoyer has same paper said: “These figures
been confined to his house by sick need no comment. They tell their
T. V. B. EMBREE. M. D. Crock
ness in his family, and has lost a own story of wastefulness, log-roll
* Office at hi* residence on the east side or DoUglBFH
| HfJvies River, ten mile* below Burns. 1-ly Gillium
young daughter—the pet of the ing, vote-swapping and consequently
. .7 Wallowa .?
family.” The people, irrespective demoralization.” Then, it sought
I J sepiiln i,.
of party, deeply sympathize jbitli to build up a reputation for econ
And oil kind« of .Surface Lumber tlioronglily “easoned for building ptirjioses mid
the Govtrnor in his sad affliction.
Offers bls professional services to the cit 1 Lane
omy for its own party, but now it
izen* of Burns and vi' initv. Office at resi-
The committee reapectfully recommends that
T he tariff rate on plate glass last seeks to establish a reputation of ex
‘ dence south of Herald building.
the «’».nnty con cent iocs for the election «»f dele
gates io the s ate eonvenli<)H. unh'FS otherwise year—an article chiefly used by the travagance for the democrats.
ordered by the 1«»< al county committee, be hel«i
How very kind and liberal are the
on sa'urdav, March 24, 1*W.
B G oldsmith ,
rich—was 57 per cent, while on
Having been added they are enabled to fill all orders as soon as received.
chairman Democratic state Central Committee.
common window glass, so largely republican organs in advising dem
N. H.—Good Road all the wav.
H erald ig not ownei dot con- used by the poor, it was 92 per cent. ocrats how to spend public money.
Dr. S, B. McPheeters tr.illv l l»y T he
liny stockman, settler, politician, or
Graduate of Iowa State University, respect any oilier man, except the one whose name ap Yet the republican party “points —Ex.
fully offers his professional services to th«’ pears at the head of the paj>er uh its editor, pub with pride” to the benefits bestowed
citizens of Burns and surrounding country, lisher, and proprietor.
T he H erald I iv I oiikk to no men, nor set of upon the working classes by this
P resident C leveland has sent a
(’alls unswereil at all hours.
men, therefore, works for no monopoly, e«»rpor same high tariff!
Office at W. E. Grace’s Drug Store. 1-ly ation,
special message to congress in re
clique, or ring.
. T he H erald is neutral in nothing—indepen
T he last session of congress lation to the Pacific railroad sys
dent in all things, and straight-out democratic
Oregon is involved, through
when party lines are drawn. And on all the passed an act known as the “Hatch tem.
(luesti-o s of the dav will he found advocating
bill,” to establish agricultural ex its connection with this system.
tne right side as i s editor I k able to view it.
T he H erald is an advocate of law and order:
A. L. CONNOR
The Central Pacific, is mainly
of “the greatest good to the greatest number:" perimental stations in connection
BURNS, GRANT c0-> OREGON,
In this system are
is anti reetional ip matters pertaining to East with the agricultural colleges of the mentioned.
Oregon. Grant county, Harney Valley, Bun a.
Any and all kinds of surveying done on short
gW“Fi>r Fine Quality and Low Prices, Give us a call.
It publish»s the latest news for U h readers rh | several states, and providing $15,-! included the Oregon & California
notic e and reas.»nable terms.
Settlers soon > ih obtained; offerH i s eolumi s to the op
wishing to be located, can have plu s furnished pretRed, the pr< Rperoiih, and every other cltisen 000 for each state. Gov. l’ennoyer road and the California it Oregon
free of charge.
It is the land grants to
within I’ h territory, willing to take the respon has written to the secretary of the road.
sibility of his utterances.
treasury accepting the grunt of these different yet inclusive roails,
Nor everything that assumes to money, and designating the board to which the President calls the at
Carpenter and Plumber,
of regents of the agricultural col tention of congress. He maintains
democratic is so.
P roprietor .
W. A. RODIFER.
lege of Oregon as the proper board that there arc existing obligations
which the fund should he paid. which the railroad companies have
A Full Supply of
Orders for Painting, also, will be sKill- has 190 members.
not fulfilled, and ho recommends
A n exchange says, speaking of a to congress such legislation as
fully and promptly filled.
T he republican state convention
shall require their fulfillment.
will be held in Portland, April 11, “Eastern Oregon, we think, is en The President suggests some rather
Liverv and eed Stable.
BEER, BITTERS, AND THE BEST CIGARS TO BE FOUND
titled to the nomination, and if it is drastic legislation. Now, what will
W. C. BY1CD - - - - I’roprietor.
IN THE LOWER MARKET.
Luther 11. Ison, lie is the proper congress do?—Portland News.
emocracy is the unrelenting foe
DRINKS SCIENTIFICALLY MIXED IN STYLES AND QUANTI
man. He it was who led the van
TIES TO SUIT.
A CASH BUSINESS whether open or sought to be hid in the fight for the President, lie A correspondent of the Dallés
GIVE ME A CALL BEFORE SAMPLING ANYWHERE ELSE
has stood to the fore here for years,
AT BED-ROCK PRICES.
AS I CAN
has done more than any other man Timcs-Mountaineer,
Cal, ,_ says
_ “ ________
aside from a few
I b our motto.
GIVE YOU AS FINE LIQUORS AS YOU CAN BUY IN THE TOWN
affairs is to secure every man the thiH side of the mountains, and semi-tropical Fruit raised here, Ore
Good Buggy Teams,
And Nice Saddle Horne« Fur utmost possible liberty of action what makes us love him most, is,1 gon will discount this part of the
nished at Reasonable Chargee and consistent with equal liberty to ev that he is honest and the corpora Sacramento valley in every kind of
and fruits. Oregon can raise
Particular Attention paid to the ery other.
A lways R eady and W illing to W ait on C ustomers .
tions don’t own a single hair of his grain
more wheat, oats and corn to the
Hoarding and Grooming of Tran T he republican central commit head.”
acre, and better potatoes, in fact the
sient Stock. Hay Grain on hand. tee of Grant county will meet at
T he government is collecting potatoes raised here are very poor;
the court house in Cnnyon City, gt
$5(X),(XX) a day, $ 15,tMX),(KX) a as for apples, Sacramento valley
Builder and Contractor. 2 p’clock p in, March 12, 1888.
month, and $180,(XX),(XX) a year in cannot raise them successfully.
Iris important, not only that a excess of its needs. Shall the sur Chico is now supplied with apples
•T. D. HARRIS------- B urns , O h .
man know why he himself is a dem plus be stopped or «¡x'lit? If Stopped shipped from Ashland, Oregon.
It appears to me on the whole
ocrat, but that he for whom he votes how? This is the question and this
Agent for Stayer <fc Walker. Wholesale Dealers in
is also a den ocrat.
the issue. Why do not the repub that this country has no advantage
over Oregon, and I believe that if
T he Oregonian said some time, licans meet it instead of shouting the same amount of printer’s ink
All orders for UNDERTAKING ago: “The wire to fence a forty acre
were used to advertise Oregon as is
field costs about $ KM)—$5(1 for the country knows, that a tariff 20 per in California, Oregon could right
WAGONS, BUGGIES & CARRIAGES.
1 8h«>p one door north of Post Office. 1-ly
wire and $50 for the “protection.” cent less than the present war max fully enjoy as big a boom as Califor
imum would be adequate for lioth
rsr- a gent for F ireman ’ s F i nd I nhuranck .C ompany . -m
I t is the duty of every voter to protection and revenue. Their last nia. But I had to come here to see
inform himself thoroughly of the president and their last two secre for myself; this is the trouble with
P. S. EARLY
- B urns , O u . principles and methods of political taries of the treasury urged a re too many. 1 shall however wend
parties, so that when he identifies duction. Their own tariff commis my way back toward the webfoot
ROBINSON it DODSON
----- GENERAL REPAIRING----- himself with either, he may he able sion recommended it and their own or I unchgrass country before tho
to conscientiously maintain and congress promised it. By dodging warm weathei sets in and the shak
Full Supply <>f
support its principles and purposes. the issue, the republicans confess ing of dry bones commences.
Think of it, Oregonians, a land
(lie weakness of their case. The
T he tariff on jewelry of all kinds democrats have forced the issue. that boasts of its semi-tropical
is 25 per cent, while on salt it is 83 Let them now force the fighting up fruits, fertility of soil and abun
Promptly executed. The building i> being
Is not the heaviest tax on it.—State Rights Democrat.
dance all kinds of fruits, apples are
enlarged and improved preparatory to turn per cent.
I^eer, Bitters and the Best Cigars in the Market out
all kind* <»t blacksmithing <»n short upon the necessary article rather
D on ’ t get scared at the cry of free worth $2a box and poor at that.
than upon the luxury? Is it the trade. Grant, Hayes and Arthur
Drinks scientifically mixed in style and quantity to suit.
Give me a land that will raise
rich or the poor that is favored by all recommended reduction of the the necessaries of life even if it is a
Livery & Feed Stable 1 this l it of high protective tariff?
the tariff duties. Mr. Cleveland little colder in winter. We can do
always on hand -^1
does the same thing. John Sher w tl out lemons and orangea, but
Feb. 21st, and formed a democratic man while secretary of the treasury give us pure air and good cool water,
and appointed a committee recommended radical reductions of not red land and stones, llo, for
FiJ*- Gixxl Accommodation* at Reasonable
of ten to visit each precinct in the tariff. Nobody called him a Oregon, the land of bunchgrass!”
Multnomah county and sec that at free trader. Garfield in a speech to
P F STENGER
A l.ltcrary Cnrlo.lty.
least one demoeratie club is organ congress 20 years ago, while he was
A h very few persons in the East
ized therein. This is a good hear a member of the Cobden club, the
Keeps constantly on hand a Full Line of
ing. Thorough organization is the great free trade Junta of England, have had an opportunity to rend it
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING,
ON A CASH BASIS.
said, “I favor the tariff as now fixed genuine Indian composition, T he
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, AND shoes ,
F. J. WELLS,------- PicorniETOR.
in order that it may bring us the H krai .D herewith presents its read
HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE,
F eii . 20, President Cleveland blessings of free trade in the near ers with an exact copy of a letter
GLASSWARE AND, ALSO, CROCKERY,
I* prepared to furnish all kinds of fresh transmitted to the senate the new
England raises more addressed the Burns’ postmaster
meat*, sausage, etc. I .eave your order.
BOTH TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY,
fisheries treaty» with England, de money by a revenue tariff than we, from Warm Springs Indian Reser
GROCERIES, NOTIONS, * SCHOOL SUPPLIES.
signed to settle the disputes be but pile is called a free trade nation. vation. The penmanship is very
«p-All of which he offers at the Lowest Prices anil for—ITS^l‘ash Only. .^*71-ly
tween the New England and Cana Mr. Cleveland has recornmi nd d a good, but arrangement of matter
dian fishermen. At the President’.» reduction of taxation and that has and construction of sentences are
recommendation, the treaty was at interfered with monopoliet« who peculiar:
“C. O. JOHNSON,
. hope to scare the people into jiminy
CHAS. SAMPSON - - B urn », O r . once made public.
fits by this cry of free trade. Don’t Warm
T hirty years ago all Canada be children, farmers Stand shoul
January ;<d, I kmm .
D ear him .
free of tariff duty arid all other for
I have wrote n letter to yon now this morning
B. F. LLOYD-------PnorniETou. eign wools that di<l not cost at the
No one knows how much he has on the happy <»f new year. I want let Piute In
hear of this mv words. I am write of my
A New Stock of Eine Goods.
This Hofei lately refurnished, «»fiTer* spe- place of purchase more than twenty to pay in tariff taxes, and a great diana
self to know them Plutetrlbe belongstu Harney
«•ial inducement* In arc«»niin<»dation to the
because they are anin of mv Grand
traveling public,whose patronage is solicited cents a pound, were likewise ad many don’t seem to care to know. Brothers arc in that place. I will given the
Patrors may rest assured that an orderly, well-kept house will lx* maintained, and no
name on that pa|>er. t.lg« st of my brother in
wrona-doing tolerated; and the quality of the Gooes unaurparsed by any other respect a-
ca-oh A Hoearh und Ka wes, ami one ia
little protection then. What v as payer which caused Mr. Blaine ex Jew
ble business in our line.i-ijr
HHialb at I dont know what his name are I want
know them my friends Pleuse tell me every
the price of American wool at that citingly to remark that ‘‘it is easier tiling
about of the lnfiian.
time? It was 59 cents a pound in to collect $10 by indirect tax than 1 am son of Olts, lie Is chief over the I'lntea.
now all these Piute Is are wetting along very
gold coin, where.» in ’07 when the ' to collect $1 by direct levy.” In well on thia Reservation at Warm Springs tgvii-
P roprietou .
In <»r«‘«ron. I a-n writing«»! mi self, all these
tariff tax on all foreign wools was this e »elusion Mr. Blaine is exact ey.
Piute trine know of me, who I am. ticlong that
HAIR-CUTTING, SHAVING, AND SHAMPOOING, MKB. L. RACINE - Pl«>rKIETK»>B. from 50 to 00 | ht cent, American ly right, but is it a tax any easier pla«
i*, and I know all those indian who visit of
place, f know that Joe Paddy I’s siuash
wools brought in the markets 40 to pay? Protectionists do not so that
Given Personal Attention.
name la Pa I’a vaw all bls cousins are well tn
----- Main Rt., Burn«, Or.-----
sehool inaita at the agency, how fsGeo.Pi-
cents in gold. In 1872 the tariff claim, but they beg the whole ques our
Utea mother A slater to«» he want know from the
A Limited Niimlier of Gue«t* can wore the
rno*t (’«»mfortable I>*iging R<*»in* in the was reduced and fixed at from 45 tion of taxation by asserting that aebool at < hemaiiaj?) Oregvn. Please answer
Ono door North of Drug Store.
a*a»n na Poaolble
that’s all for tuday.
to 55 per cent, and wixd sold for 00 “a duty laid for the purpoac of pro me
want know of voiir wishes
The Tables always supplied with all the Fwt
abbs the market aff.in s,
Ma. CH4SLEY O. Johnson
the same tariff it declined and in porter, who pays the duty, adds it
Charley tdts Johnson.
1879 wool was worth but 37 cents to the price of the article imported
HARNEY CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
a pound, and in 1881, before the and the consumer, of course, ulti O ne of the great services that Gen
CHAS. E. BOSWELL ------- VALE, OREGON.
reduction of duty ami while the tax mately pays it.—Argus, Augusta, eral Sparks rendered the country
V. J. Mil.I.Kit
J. c. PARKER, BURNS, AGENT.
as commissioner of the land office,
was yet about 50 per cent, or to be Maine.
ATTORN E Y-AT-LA W.
wua the detection of the fraudulent
Harney uftv, «'reg«»n.
Iris authentically declared that surveys of John A. Benson, whose
Tx'avcs VALE on Mondays and Thursdays at 4:30, a. m.
fell in price to 25 cents a pound.
Will prstrtk-e in nil the State Court*.
I lelieve the duty is now 10 cents Roscoe Conkling has said to some stealings from the public treasury
Arrives at BURNS on Tuesdays and Fridays at 0 p. m.
a pound, or somewhere in the neigh of his friends that if the next pres are placed at nearly $9,000,000;
leaves BURNS on Mondays and Thursdays at 4:30 a. m.
borly ¡«1 of 40 per cent, and it yelds idential campaign is fought on the for years, under the cover of repub
Arrives at VALE on Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 p. m
A. J. BROWN.
to the producer less than one-half tariff issue, between Blaine and lican administrations, this arch
( leveland, he is prepared to take conspirator practised his robberies.
Any and all kinds «»f aurreviag «!*»*•• on short what it did when we had practically
the stump for Cleveland, believing, —Ex.
1-1 V faotire and satisfa« tion fuarantved 1—5— ly free trade in that «tuple.—Ex.
«^P’Closc connection at VALE with “tag«* for ONTARIO.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
$2.50 a Year.
THE BEST WINES & LIQUORS.
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
N’e’vy ZBo/tlx House.