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O regon ■ H erald
BURNS, GRANT COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14. 1888.
Vol. 1 —No. 16.
CANYON CITY COMMENTS.
$2.80 a Year.
road leading from Long Creek to a band of horses for a small boy to
Susanville: Reports of C. C. Black manage.
Ei>. H erai . d : The political pot well, Wm. Curtis, and N. C. Wain —Married, on Feb. 27, at the res
1>. L. GRACK - - -
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY’
THE TOWN OF BURNS
begins to throw off steam, and ere scott, assessors of damages on said idence of W. B. Kiger, by II. M.
|»EM<H KATIC X \ l K XAU <>\\ | \.
Grant County, Oregon.
long will begin to boil. Candidates proposed road, filed, allowing A. 11. Horton, J. I*., Mr. Abraham King
D. L. GRACE,
AS IT IS VOICE» 11V THE HERALD.
‘ The national democratic cotuvdttee having are putting in an appearance, and Bly $113, and W. II. Townsend,$78 to Miss Clara Bussey.
' met in the city of Waahlngto-» on the 2fel day of
E ditor and P roprietor .
as usual are quite glad to see you. which report was approved by tho
February, 1888, has appointed
—If a certain young lady only
BUSINESS MEN ABROAD BY LOOKING OVER ITS COLUMNS WILL SEE THAT
TL’ESDAY, THE 5TH llAYOF JUNE
—Republicans here generally board, and ordered that the clerk knew how the gate that has been
Sl BSl Ktl’TlON KATES:
of St. Louis as the place for hohnnK the nation concede the election of the entire notify the supervisor of road dist. recently put in front of the house
1 newspaper; 2 hotels: 4 saloons: 1 undertaker; 1 meat market; 2 lawyers; 3 physicians: 1
al democratic convention. Eiu’h state is en
In No. 10 that said road is declared a bothers a certain young man, she
titled to representation therein equal to double democratic ticket next June.
surveyor; 1 land agent; 1 drugstore; 1 jeweler; 1 blacksmith; 2 livery stables: 2 general mer
the number of its senators «ml iwprt aentativ« t> consequence of this fact, 1 hear of
One Year (in advance)
chandise stores; 1 bath house; 1 hardware store; 1 barber shop; 1 saw-mill; 2 carpenters; 1
public highway, and that said su would tear it down. When they
in the congress of the United States, and each
reading room. Also, 1 Odd Fellows lodge; 1 school; 1 church organization.
territory and the District of Columbia shall but very few aspirants for office in pervisor open said road according happen along, there it is. “Billy, I
Mail a copy of T he H erald to friends In the East. Advertise your town.
All democratic, conservative citizens of the their ranks, except for the office of to law.
will hold the reins while you open
United States, irrespective of past political ns- sheriff.
The resignation of John B. Jack- the gate.”
CHAH. A. COGSWELL,
F. A. COGMWELL.
socrations and difference«, yb« can unite with
' ub in un effort for pure p<»htlcal and conmitu
—The Republican Central Com son, as constable of Long Creek
—Mr. David Lambert was seen
I tionnl government, are cordially invited to join
mittee meet tomorrow, at which precinct, was accepted, and Henry going along the road the other day
tv tM convention.
Attorneys-at-Law. • SAYER & DORE - NEAR
-- -- -- -- P roprietors . i us in sending delegates
W1LLIA W H* BARNUM, Ch’m’n. meeting they will consider the mat
II. Davis appointed to fill the va with his blankets on his back.
Keeps Constantly on Hand a Large Stock of
F rederick O. P k MUK. Secretary Nutiynal
ter of placing a ticket in the field. cancy.
Democratic Committee. .
When asked where he was going,
COGSWELL & COGSWELL.
—Among the arrivals in this
Reports of the supervisors J. he replied, "South America.” That
F or the benefit of those who are place during the r past week, I notice Sturtevant, of road dist. No. 14, W. is the last heard of him.
LAKEVIEW ANI» LINKVILLE, Or.
requiird t<k make n A publication Uapt. A. W. Wate *rs oi Burns, Chas. 8. Carsner, of road dist. No. 5, Jas.
P lowboy .
of inlelition to make final proof, in'Gawne,
, Gawne, Jno. J. Mn
Mahon, Ed. Gilliam, Wickerser, of road dist. No. 16, J.
Diamond, March 6, 1888.
Attorney, Notary Public &,
support of t iiq clt^fV
Mahon. Tho^. Bain and
of roaUdist. No. 13, and I).
cow cheek ci li . iscs .
they have once mane proof and pay I Wm. Lessing of Harney, also Jas. I M. Stallard, of road dist. No. 22,
H erald : Cow Creek items
F. Mahon of Cow Creek. The ma were filed and approved.
A. C. BRODERSEN,... Lakeview. And ull kinds of Surface Lumber thoroughly seasoned for building purposes and at ' ized by the Register and Receiver jority
are very scarce at present.
Aliy bu-lne« entrusted tn me will receive
—Snow is three inches deep.
at the Lakeview Land Office to say: as witnesses in equity suits which diets. Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 11, 15, 21,
lmuil eureful nml prompt attention. Land
—Stock is doing well.
matters and Colleciion a .specially. Corres
New publications are required in will come off'before his houer L. B. 23, 24, and 25 approved.
pondence solicited in English and German.
—Miss Arvilla Bunyard, who has
eases in which the law was not Ison, at the April term of circuit
In the matter of the proposed
Having been added they are e. ibled to fill all orders as soon as received.
complied with in the first instance, court.
county road commencing at the been visiting the Misses Waters
1-ly | notice having only been published
N. B.—Good Road all the w.. y.
- The March, 1888, term of the “saw mill of Frank Waterburg,” in near Burns, has returned home.
M. A. KELTON.
—Ed. Bland was, we understand,
for five consecutive weeks, which county court for Grant county con See. 20, Tp. 10, 8, R. 31, E, W-M,
' docs not cover the thirty days re- vened at the court house on Mon- and running to a point near the removed to Burns Saturday.
Practices in the courts oí the state, anil
: day, 5th inst. The principal part forks of Long Creek: T. J. Scrog — Bailey Hayes, of the Island, is
before Ilie V. 8. Land Office.
Many of the settlers within the of the business of this term has been * gins, S. (1. Harris, and C. 8. Dustin at Cow Creek on business.
—T. Baine is going to leave us
, Lakeview Land District have re- done, though I understand the were appointed viewers, and J. II.
' reived notices from the Land Office, board meets again next Monday. Neal surveyor, to meet at the resi soon. Wc think it quite impossi
I requiring them to republish. And The business yet to be settled is dence of S. F. Branson, April 19, ble to spare his presence from this
| for the reason that many of them chiefly the appointment of a Stock 1888, at 10 o’clock, a m, and pro vicinity.
—It is rumored that Mr. McCann
| fail to understand just what is re Inspector, and considering the mat ceed to lay out and survey said
BURNS, GRANT CO., OREGON,
W. II. STARK,------- L akeview .
has sold his ranch on Cow Creek
quired of them, we will say:
ter of again placing a bounty on the proposed road.
lias tiie largest tot of goods in this line
Í&- For Fine Quality and Low Prices, Give us a call.
ever brought to this seciion of country anil
It is only necessary for them to scalps of wild animals. Both are
In the matter of petition of C. C. to Mr. Cannfield of Saddle Buttes.
».id at L ower I' iiick » than ottered here.
make application to the Register important subjects for the court’s Small, and 22 others, for the loca —We also hear that the Hayes
When in laikeview cell and see.
of the Land Office for a notice for consideration, and will no doubt be tion and survey of a county road Bros, have bought Mr. Martin’s
publication, giving names and resi disposed of in a way that will meet from the SE corner of the NE] of ranch on the Island near the Bird’s
Livery I Feed Stable
dences of four witnesses. The no the approval of the taxpayers of the Sec. 28. Tp. 29, 8, II. 33, E, W-M, nest.
P. II. MURPHY.
—Mr. Jno. Robinson is in Harney
C. M. CALDWELL,
P roprietor . tice will be issued and forwarded for | county.
and ending at the SW corner of the
—Wm. Miller, J. I’, of this pre SW1 of See. 31, on township line City collecting taxes.
— Prof. Brown will start school
A Full Supply of
It is not necessary that the claim cinct, has been busily engaged the between townships 32 and 33: W.
IIAY & GRAIN
Burns soon. He has taught one
Always on hand and Hood Attention
B. Curtis, Wm. Phillips, and D. 11.
■ ven all orders made lor teams and veli-
ent, at the time and place men —W. W. Johnson, of Burns, ar Smyth, were abpointed viewers, term of school in our district, and
tioned in the notice for making rived in this city with the whole and J. 11. Neal, surveyor, to meet at we think he is a splendid teacher.
—We are happy to say that T he
proof, unless a protest is filed, or Brown family last week, and turned the house of S. J. Ingram, April 2,
Watchmaker & Jeweler
IN THE LOWER MARKET.
an adverse claimant appears him over to Sheriff Dore for. safe 1888, at 10 o’clock, a in, anil pro II ehald always takes the lead, and
J. W. BONEBRAKE.
DRINKS SCIENTIFICALLY MIXED IN STYLES AND QUANTI against his entry. If no such pro keeping, but by a writ of habeas eeed to view ami survey said li ro- the Editor always has our best
TIES TO SUIT.
test is filed, or adverse claimant corpus, issued by Judge N. R. Max posed county road.
u —Keit oiiubie Price.«.
—As Items are scarce, I will
GIVE ME A CALL BEFORE SAMPLING ANYWHERE ELSE appears, the Clerk (if proof is ad ey on the petition of the said Brown
THURSDAY, MARCH 8.
close until next Tuesday.
Bl’ RNB ADV ERTI SEM ENTS.
AS I CAN
vertised to be made before such of family, Mr. Dore was given a rest, I
In the matter of establishing two
You and I.
GIVE YOU AS FINE LIQUORS AS YOU CAN BUY IN TIIETOWN ficer) will forward such certificate and the Brown family returned
W. A. WILSHIRE,
J. NAT HUDSON,
places in Drewsey precinct:
Cow Creek, March (5, 1888.
which certificate, with the proof of i —Quito a revival has been going Ordered that said precinct be divid
WILSHIRE <t HUDSON.
posting aaipublication, will be for on in religious circles here the paBt ed on section line between sections
E d . II ekai . i F Health is good.
—Every body busy.
w«vk. The meetings »generally 33 and 34, 11. 34 E, W-M, [No
A lways R eady and W illing to W ait on C istomfrs .
warded, by the'~iit1fUi4«!f—Hi m
given—R eporter .], with
—Stock of all kind doing well.
: reiver, to the General Land Office, elosei I liy■riti»iiill|ljj>e old familiar township
LAKEVIEW AND BURNS, OR.
jMilling place nt the school house in
—I’ay your taxes, they aro fast
when the proof originally taken himn with the refrain:"'——
This firm practices in the Courts of the
oi dist. No. 40, to bo known an becoming delinquent.
Ktntc, and I »».•tore the U. H. Land Office.
“Jc-ll.« I'llili II »11,
will be considered by that office.
' pollmTr^Ueo No. 2. Win. Meeker,
Any business in the Land Oilice entrusted
All lhe debt I owe.”
—Hay will lie scarce on the
to them will obtain prompt attention.
■ If there is anything tlint will move J F. Morrisi'ni, nnd Oayi I Miller, Sinks this year, if more rain don't
£49**ljand Cusw Solicited.
appointed judges, with
B . Mil- fa]] n(.xt month,
boot and spur, determined to test the average man here, it is the
j —Scott Haves, of the Island, is
the strength of the enemy of demo surance that somebody will put tip ler and J Sturtevant, elerlfs—,
In the matter of establishment oft
after his stock.
cratic numbers, by a straight-out the coin, and this fact no doubt had
GEO. S. SIZEMORE - - B urns , O r .
Agent for Stayer & Walker. Wholesale Dealers in
a great tendency to make the meet I Waterman precinct:
11.......... ‘ es
—Mr. fltHYcr and family will
fight for party supremacy.
Crim in h 1 law a specialty.
ing successful, and t (inverts to the tablished, ami -I. L. Barn!mine. move from the is’iallll t<> their Cow
G. W. Ill nt , the contractor, has faith plenty.
Adolph Stroubc, and Cha». E. Eads,
T. V. B. EMBREE. M. D.
been sued by the O P II R Co., for
—Judge Phil Mctcham, referee in appointed judges, with Wm. F. Creek ranch soon.
Office at his residence on the east side ot
—Mr. W oodfire has purchased
$150,000 damages for non-perform the Mahon equity suit, is busy Bush, and Wm. Wells, clerks. [No
WAGONS, BUGGIES & CARRIAGES.
Sil vics River, ten miles below Burns. 1-ly
ance of his contract with that com taking testimony, and expects to polling place fixed—R eporter .] ' Mr. Call’s entire band of cattle.
--Quite a number of enterprising
pany.—State Rights Democrat.
have his report completed for l.hc
A gent for F írf . mvn ’ s F und I nsurance C ompaxy .^KB
Tucker and Carsncr granted a li-| I yotmg gentlemen of Harney were
J. G. Welsh, M.D.
term of court.
cense to sell spirituous
Offers his professional services to the cit
D emocrats of Grant county, how I April
. pleased to learn of the bull next
izens of Burns and vicinity. Office at resi
—The weather lias been mild the less 1 measure
one quBTt, in . prj(jay night at Burns, as they wish
came so many of your oilices filled
dence south of Herald building.
Union . precinct for a .............
period of “ six
ROBINSON & DODSON
PROPRIETORS. with republicans? Have not the op
”t , ' to return the compliment of 22<i
position to democracy manipulated i on the streets in their shirt sleeves months; Hartley it Banzct were
Physician & Surgeon.
the few sore-heads, and soft-shells ! every day—not as a mutter of neces-: granted license fir the period of 12
Full Supply of
but as a matter of comfort.
. months in said Union precinct.
Dr. S. B. McPheeters
among you to their ail vantage as I sity,
—James Mahon lost his hat, and
Graduate of Iowa 8ta‘e University, respect
FRIDAY, MAUCH 9,
fully offers his professional services to the
1 can not find one in town to fit him. |
citizens of Burns and surrounding country,
M itchell is all right on the Chi
('alls answered at alt hours.
known as “Diam
» Otftre at W. E. Grace’s Drug Store. 1-ly Beer, Bitters and the Best Cigars in the Market nese question, as far as his speech ful, inasmuch as he is hard to fit.
HECOND MEETING OF THE UH( KN4
l>EM<»< 11ATIC* Cl.I'II.”
goes, but his party is not with him | —The infant child of W. R. Cun cinct,” with the same boundaries as
Drinks scientifically mixed in style and quantity to suit.
and never will be. We need a man nington died last night. Mrs. Cun-
The “Burna Democratic Club”
in the senate who can work with nington is quite low, but Dr. Bar
met last Saturday nt 2 p in. Called
A. L. CONNOR
the democratic majority on this ber, the attending physician, has ton, appointed judges, with Levi i to order In* Chas. Ziegler, President.
Any and all kinds of surveying done on short
in« inn iinni ....
' r ,i
notice and reasonable termH. fSôF“ Settlers
question. Oregon should sec to it every hope of her recovery.
ro-i CE ALWAYS ON HAND'^'S
wishing to be located, can have plats furnished
clerks; polling place at Diamond I
,of 11,0 Pr,c™
free of charge.
—Business in general is quite valley school house.
that such a democrat is sent to fill
read “n,l( «PPr”^l- There being
dull here at present.
Senator Dolph’s place.—World.
no report from Executive Coni.,
Carpenter and Plumber,
—The prospect of good quartz
sATt rday , march 10.
same continued till next meeting.
mines being developed by Ilulisonj In tin* matter of the voting place, Dr. Emliree, J. Nat. Hudson, J. C.
W. A. RODIFEll.
& Keeler, about five miles up Can in Harney Precinct: It is hereby Garrett and Prof. D. L. Grace were
democrats of Lake county, and will yon creek from this place, is very ordered that the voting place in called upon and responded with in
Orders for Painting, also, will be skill
Keeps constantly on hand a Full Line of
be edited by them in the interest of flattering. They have a well-dc- Harney Precinct shall be at the teresting speeches, in which th«* is-
fully and promptly filled.
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING,
the party. We hope that column 1 fined body of ore, from which they schiMil house in Harney City, until : sues of the coming election were
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, AN1) SHOES,
of straight democracy may prove have had a number of assays made. the further order of this court.
ably discussed, and the course that
HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE,
to be “the leaven which lcaveneth The ore will go from $5 to $20 per
Whereupon it was ordered that should be pursued by the Demo-
P. S. EARLY-------- B uhns , On.
GLASSWARE AND, ALSO, CROCKERY,
the whole lump,” and the Exami ton. The lode is about 30 feet wide, this court stand adjourned
____ the _ victory
in the _ ap-
----- GENERAL REPAIRING-----
ner become an out-spoken adherent and in any other Country would Monday 12th day of March, 1888, proaching political campaign well
BOTH TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY,
GROCERIES, NOTIONS, & SCHOOL SUPPLIES. of the Cleveland administration— have caused considerable exeit«’- at 10 o’clock, a m.
| outlined. Mr. Hudson spoke at
g y All of which he offers at the Lowest Prices and for- £W“Cash Oniy.^^Jl-ly
the only improvement we would ment, for there is no doubt as to its
length upon the most pressing need
richness. Messrs Rulison and
of the Democracy, viz. that of a
E d . H erald : The ground is cov- Democratic' : U. 8. senator, and in
Promptly executed. The building is being
T he present tariff was made by Keeler have been untiring in their
enlarged anti improved prepamtory to turn CHAS. G. FRYE,
■ to gain such victory it would
P roprietor whom? The rich and powerful, and efforts to develope their mini*, and it cred with snow, and the sleigh bells order
out all kinds of blacksmithing on short j
n«»tice and in l>e-*t Ftyle. Terms: Ca-li. 1-ly I
in their own interest. It enriches is to be hoped that their present can be heard jingling merrily up be necessary fur the Democrats to
and down the valley.
those who are already rich enough, prospect will continue.
act and work in unison. Dr. Em-
—School meeting was held yes bree’s speech was to the point, and
—There is but one inrnntc of the
and fills the treasury to overflowing
with money that should still be in county jail nt present, and he would terday. Mr. J. M. Chambers was in conclusion he was tendered, as a
possession of the people. It cannot feel just as comfortable on the out elected director, ami Presley Smith, compliment, the nomination for
■M r ». L. RACINE - P ropbiktress .
A New Stock of Eine Goods.
De justified by any correct princi side breathing the fresh air. He clerk School will be taught anothq Representative. J. C. Garrett, ur
----- Main st.. Burns, Or.-----
ple of political economy.—Argus.
informs me that the county court er term by Mr. Doran.
gently prevailed upon to accept the
A Limited Number of Guext« can st cure the
—Andrew Lucas spent a few days ■ nomination for Repn-sentative,
Pafrorn may rest neBnred that an utdertr, well-kept home will be maintained, and no
has not provided the conveniences
most Comfortable lodging llooms in the
wrong doinK tolerated; aud the quality of the Goua« UD«urpap«ed by any other respeeta-
Town, at thi< House.
cent on the rich woman’s diamonds, nml comfor fs which the law requires
at the conclusion of his speech pos
The Tabb* alwaj s Supplied w ith all the Eat-
while it adds 55 per cent to the them to furnish—then* being neith as guest of Miss Anna Comegys.
abksthe market iflbrft,
itively declined to allow his name
—Mr. Geo. A. Smith talks of go to be used, giving reasons for so do
price of the commonest crockery on er hath room or library attached to
HARNEY CITY ADVERTISBMK.NT8.
the jail. And lam told the pris- ing to Burns. He is not a |mliti- ing which were acknowledged by
P roprietor . the poor woman’s shelf.
! oners even have to cut wood and cian—what can I m * the attraction? the chib as being good. General
democratic club was organized | !cook I
V. J. MII.I.KR
—Mr. Craven is preparing to;
HAIR-CUTTING, SHAVING, AND SHAMPOOING, at A Lebanon,
Feb. 24, with a live: —T iik H erald is fast lieeoming raise a large patch of onions on his good feeling ami satisfaction pre
The resolutions popular here, and npon its arrival farm this season. The ladies ad vailed. On motion, meeting ad
Will pracriue in all tiie State Conrta. 1-tf
adopted strongly endorsed Cleve is eagerly sought'by all who desire mire Mr '’raven's farm very much.' journed, members dispersing all ap
parently well pleased with the
land’s administration, and his anti reliable news.
ftF" One door North of Drug Store.
—Fred Drake has returned from workings and success of the club.
G abriel .
war-tariff message; denounced the
Canyon City. Or., Mar. 11, ’88.
J. E. M c K innon , See.
republican policy of spending the
ing the winter with relatives.
A. J. BROWN.
g«F"Next meeting of the club r.C’t
“surplus money of exorbitant tax
Any «nd all kind« of «urvevlng dune on «hort
—Mr. Sylvester Smyth, of Hap Saturday, March 17th, ’«8.
nuCke. and Mtto»f«rti.m gnurantred. 1-Ú— ly
ation” in any and every way sug
py valley, says he would go to see ,
CHA8. E. BOSWELL ------- VALE, OREGON. gested, rather than cut down th«*
the young ladies, but they talk so
— Don’t send the vote of your pre-
T iie people of Oregon made no
1. C. PARKER, BURNS, AOENT.
needless taxation; urged the re
much that he gets tired of them. ' cini't to the convention in some
mistake when they elected Sylves
nomination of Cleveland, and closed
—Squire Richardson is making a man’s ixs'ket—select for delegates
ter Penaoyer governor of the state.
with the following:
boat, an<l intends going down on men who will lx* then* in person,
He is a careful, safe and able guar
“K«-olred, That wp view wi.hpride and
Harney lake hunting as soon as the to »‘present the wishes of those
dian of their rights'and interests-
-ati«faction the admini«tr«tiow of Governor
Arrives at BURNS on Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 p. in.-
Pennover who*^every art bn« been marked
voting for them.
thoroughly democratic in his in
leaves BURNS on Mondays and Thursdays at 4:30 a. in.
witIRfie highest integrity and great riwpcrt
— Born, on Feb. 17, to the wife of
—Messrs. Henry and John Jones
stincts and sympathies, and is
to the rights«»! hi« ronetltnent«. an«l we re
S. II. Porter, a son.
gard him in courage and integrity an 3 fit
living near Burns are preparing to
making a model governor —Demo
prototype of onr Illustrious c hief magistrate
—James Jarvis has been hauling entirely fence in their lands this
cratic cojnmn in Lakeview Exam
and wê heartily endorse him for Vi«-e Pre*i-
hay with a fl»ur-h<>rse team—quite spring with barb wire.
Close connection at VALE with stage for ONTARIO.
THE BEST WINES & LIQUORS.
VALE AND BURNS STAGS LINE.