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H erald .
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BURNS, GRANT COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21. 1888.
Vol. 1 —No. 17.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
D. L. GRACE,
HERALD CLUB LIST:
Herald and The Century, one year
Herald and St. Nicholas,
Herald and Demorest Magaaine, one year.
Herald aud Peteraou Magazine
lieraid aud Godey’s Lady’s Book
Herald and the West Shore
8 ? 00
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T h » H ebal » 1 b kept regularly on file lor re
ference, In the Geo. P. Koweït New»paper Ad
vertiBlny Bnreau. 10 Spruce it.. New A oik.
................... N. R. M axey
J. T. M ael
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f T. A. M c K innon ,
T. H. M eador
A saessor .............................
............ J. H. N eal
A. C. D ore
.. M. D. C ameron
.........il. F. D odson j
J. C. LUCE.
District Attorney ...............
w. A. WILSHIRE,
J. NAT HUDSON,
L. B. I son
M. D. C lifford .
A. F. S nelling
Register, U. S. Land Office, ,
.. w. M. T ownsend .
U. S. MAILS.
burns — vale :
Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 p m
Leaves Monuajs aud Thursdays at 4:b0 a it .
Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 4 p m.
Leaves Wednesdays and Saturdays at 4 a m.
Arrives Thursdays at 6 am.
Leaves Thuisdays at 6 a m.
Arrives Wednesdays ut 9 p in.
Leaves Thursdays at 6 a in.
J. C. PARKER, Postmaster.
HARNEY LODGE, NO. 77, I. O. O. F.
Meets at Odd Fellows Hall, everv Saturday al
7:30 p m.
M. L. FENWICK, N. G.
C has . G unther , Sect’y.
A METHODIST CHURCH
Organization exists in Burns, and a com
modious house is in cottrse of erection. The
buildlug coramittrer M^rsrr. Mcttowr.n, Byrd
THE BURNS SCHOOL
Is aneut and large, white building, conve
niently arranged for accommodation of
l>oth sexes. Messrs. Harris, riavage <* Skin
Why Grant County Must Send a Straight
Out Democrat to the Legislature.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB MEET1NGI
“Whether the next legislature shall be |
Democratic or Republican is no doubt a ’
matter of great interest to the several candi- ■
dates of the two parties for U. 8. senator, I
I but it appears to uh , really, to be of small im-1
port.” * * The above ably expresses the sen-1
timents held by nine-tenths of the people, i
and the main issue should be in the man,
not whether he be labeled Democrat or Re-
pub’ican.— Items, Feb. 29, 1888.
Pursuant to call democrats met
Cleveland Club Organised.
at Benton Embree’s on 16th inst.
I DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVEN
Dr. T. V. B. Embree, temporary
AS IT IS VOICED BY THE HERALD.
The national ilemocratie committee having’
chairman: W. B. Buchanan, secre
i met in the city of Washington on the 22d day of i
February, t888. has appointed
tary. A. Robbins, as chairman of
BUSINESS MEN ABROAD BY LOOKING OVER ITS COLUMNS WILL BEE THAT
TUESDAY, THE .»TH DAY OF JUNE
LAKEVIEW AND BURNS. OR.
Next, at noon, as tlm time, and eln sen the city
committee on resolutions, reported
St. Louis as the place for holding the nation
This firm practices in the Courts of the of
1 newspaper; 2 hotels: 4 saloons: 1 undertaker; 1 meat market; 2 lawyers; 3 physicians: 1
on the following, which were unan
al democratic convention. Each state is en
State, and before the V. S. Lund Office. titled to representation therein equal to double
surveyor; 1 land agent.; 1 drugstore; 1 Jeweler; 1 blackamlth; 2 livery stables: 2 general mer
So says an “independent” paper, imously ageed to:
Any business in the Land Office entrusted the number of its senators and representatives
chandise stores; 1 bath house; 1 hardware store; 1 barber shop; 1 saw-mill; 2 carpenters; 1
W hereas , We believe the general welfare de
in the congrci s of the United States, and each owned and controlled by republi- mands.
to them will obtain prompt attention.
in this year of 1H«H, the sucetfs of the
reading room. Also, 1 Odd Fellows lodge; 1 school; 1 chureh organization.
territory and the District of Columbia shall
jpjQg Og ■uvvnimcui,
<1^1 «and <’a«es Solicited.
Mail a copy of T hk H erald to friends in the East. Advertise your town.
have two delegates.
cans, ’ but
jUTe of P, Demociacj
n*“'’ und, are
Whereas, The opponents
All democratic, conservative citizens of the ic county,
United States, irrespective of past political as
the Democratic party, therefore, be it
sociations and differences, who cun unite with can not succeed unless democrats feat
Resolved. 1st. That we unqualifiedly endorse
us in an effort for pure political and constitu
policy pursued by the Democratic National
government, are cordially invited to Join can be blinded to the work going the
GEO. S. SIZEMOKE - - B urns ,O r . , tional
and State A dm in 1st rut lots;
NEAR BURNS, OREGON.
us in sending delegates to the convention.
forward, or otherwise thrown off I 2d. That we deprecate the efforts of Repub-
SAYER & DORE - - -- -- -- - P roprietors .
to arrogate to themselves the credit right -
I F rederick o . P rikce , Secretary National , their guard.
Now hear what a j i j licans
fully belonging to the present Democratic ad
Keeps Constantly on Ilund u Large Stock of
l Democratic Committee.
for accomplishing in three yearn
striUght-out republican paper has I1 ministration
reforms of abuses engendered by more than
I>F.MOCI’.ATIC STATE «’ON VKNTION. ;
of Republican misrule;
Office at his residence on the east side oi
A democratic state convention for the state of
Silvios River, ten mile« itelow Burns. 1-ly . Oregon is hereby called to meet at Pendleton, j “A U. 8. senator U to be chosen by the
Umatilla county, on Tuesday, April 3, 1888, for I legislature to be elected in June, and this is ___ _
3d. That we endorse T he E abt O reoon
the purpose of nominating a canuidate for mem I a matter of prodigious importance to the I Democratic party
ber of congress, a candidate for Judge of the su Republican party throughout the nation, j nble»and fearleis a H erald as being a straight-out Dem<M?ratic
ourselves and the
preme court, six delégales to the national dem I Upon the result of the June election will de- ■ . .. newspaper, and By c«>ngratulate
in gVUerBi upon having bo
Offer.« hix profe.*iy,v to the cit-' ocratic convention, and six alternates; to ratify i>end the control of the U. 8. senate by the j — --------------- a champion of our cause. Aud
-jhilou«dtipliitf u • .
' • •;<•»> ■»♦h-
ixeÙH of Burn.A ami
Office ak texi- or btimwM
j be it furthermore
as mav properly come uefare'ihe
denee south of Herald building,
Resolved, That we pledge ouraelvcato tup-
1 pass into the hands of the Democratic party,
And all kinds of Surface Lumber thoroughly seasoned for building purposes and at
Bald convention will I m » composed of 155 dele ’ which now dominates the house of repre-1 port the regular nominees ;•? the National. State
gates. apportioned to the various countits on sentatives. * * The Republicans now have i and County l ’Fmocratlc ('«mvvntfons. and t >
the vote i nst fi r candidate to congress at the i the senute of the United States by a bare thia end we invite the co-oncrarion nn<f support
of all poisons interested In good government
election of 1886, being one delegate for each
county and one for every 200 and fraction over majority—Riddclberger, of Virginia, who faithfully and economically administered. And
j acts with them, will soon be replaced by a
Resolved. That this organization be known as
100 votes so east.
In accordance with said apportionment, the Demo< rat. Should Senator Dolph be suc the Mount Vernon Cleveland Democratic Club,
Graduate of Iowa State University, respect respective
and continue to hold regular meetings until
Having been added they are enabled-to till all orders as soon as received.
fully offers his professional services to the lowing representation:
would be in a minority in the senate. To after the ensuing Presidential election.
N. B.—Good Road all the way.
citizens of Burns and surrounding country. Baker
After appointment of committee
... .5 linn................. ......... 9 avoid this calamitous result, every effort
Calls answered at all hours.
2 I must be mitde to nominate the best man on
Benton ............. ........ 6 Malheur
Office at W. E. Grace’s Drug Stoi'e. 1-ly Cla'-kemas .
......... 7 Marton............ ......... 9 the various Republican county tickets, men ! on permanent organization, with
.......... 5 Morrow.
instructions to report at the next
17 who by their ability and upright character I
5 will unite all elements in their su]»j)ort. regular meeting, Saturday, Marell
Co. s ................ .........4 Polk
........ 2 Looking at the matter from a national 24, the members of the new club
........ 8 standpoint, the election of representative to '
Curry............... ......... 2 Umatilla.. .
A. L. CONNOR
.. .6 Union ..........
... 8 congress is a small matter compared with a I gave expression to sentiments suit
Any and nil kind« of purveying done on short Gilliam.............
notice and reason able term«.
Settlers Grant................ ......... .5 Washington
.5 j Republican majority in the next legislature. ; ed to the time and occasion:
wishing to be located, can have plats furnished Jackson ........... . .
...... 2 ! We throw out these suggestions merely as
•‘Of neces.Mity of laving aside merely local
free of charge.
6 ! hints to our nominating convent ions.”—Cor-1 differences, and uniting all democratic ele
Ji sephine ........
ia the grand contest for a demo
BURNS, GRANT CO., OREGON,
Democrat.«, do yon now perceive i cratic President, und a democratic voice for
The committee respectfully reonmmcnPs that the necessity for sending to the next I Grunt county in the Oregon legislature, to
cast a vote for a democratic U. 8. senator.
the county conventloi s for the election of dele
gW“For Fine Quality and Low Price«,. Give us a call.
W. A. RODIFER.
gates to the Mate convention, unh >s otherwise legislature a representative whose
Of cautioning democrats against those
Orders for Painting, also, will be skill ordered by the local county committee, be held democracy is unquest,ioned—who I who endeavor to promote discord in d<rs’>
on Saturday. March 24, 1888. B. G oldsmith ,
fully and promptly filled.
ranks by diverting attention from the
Chairman Democratic Slate Central Commitlee. is free from all suspicion of en
real great political <|uestions involved.
Of calling attention to the fact that elec
In Answer to tlie Unremitting Kilt rts tangling alliances or aHiliations
tions must necessarily result in a victory fon'
Bv the Opposition to demoerattic supremacy with the enemy? Not only must our the Democratic or Republican party.
I’. S. EARLY-------- B urns , O r . tv therein, by drawing the line between ‘set representative be sound on local is- Of denouncing the efforts or friends of
tlers” and “stockmen” instead of between Dem | sues, but he must be a democrat republican officials to claim for them the
and Republicans, (for the benefit of the
credit for acts done by democratic adminis
------GENERAL REPAIRING------ ocrats
A Full Supplv of
latter), we publish the following corrections < f who will under no circumstances trations—calling attention to acts of these
their weakly organ’s attempts to misrepresent
same republican officials under republican
T he H erald and the opject of i s publication: ' and for no considerations, falter in administration.
•MF" T he H erald 1« not owt.e-1 nor con
Of emphasising the necessity of demo
trolled by any stockman, settler, politician, or j his allegiance to his party and the
nnv other man, except the one whose name ap people’s interests, or be trapped in- cratic standard bearers being Straight-
at the head of the paper as its editor, pub
BEER, BITTERS, AND THE BEST CIGARS TO BE FOUND ; Promptly executed. The building is being peals
j to working with the republicans in Of the fact that the Republican U. 8.
lisher, and proprietor.
IN THE LOWER MARKET.
enlarged and improved preparatory to turn
T he H erald belongs to no men, nor set of ! sending a republican to the U. S. I Senate alone stands oersistently in the wav
of reforms demanded by the people through
DRINKS SCIENTIFICALLY MIXED IN STYLESAND QUANTI j notice and in best style. Terms: ('ash. 1-ly ation, clique, or ring.
i the House of Representatives and endorsed
T he H erald is neu’rnl in nothing—indepen
TIES TO SUIT.
by the President; it is the last strong-hold
dent in all things, and straight-out democratic
GIVE ME A CALL BEFORE SAMPLING ANYWHERE ELSE
when party lints are drawn. And on all the j rule been to Oregon? Let us con- oi the republican party, and the contest at
quis ioi s of the day will be found advocating
the polls next June is virtually a contest for
AS I CAN
the right side as i s editor is able to view it.
j sider the history of our state. It j a democratic control of the 8enate.
T he H erald is an advocate of law and order:
GIVE YOU AS FINE LIQUORS AS YOU CAN BUY IN THE TOWN
with three cheers
"the greatest good to the greatest number;”
M rs . L. RACINE - P roprietress . of
is ftuli-sectionai in matters pertaining to East I fended the interests
of Oregon ! for
| D ear HI r : I trust that you will pardon the lib
A Limited Number of Guests can secure tin
Il publish« s the loti st news for i‘s readers as against British aggression, iir 1844 erty 1 take in addretaing you, being unoc-
most Comfortable Lodging Rooms in the soon
ns obtained: offers its columns totheop-
I quninted t.s we are. My purpose is, to gain a
Town, at this House.
pren ed, the pn sperous. and everv other citizen j electing I’olk amid a popular cry of j knowledge of your section of your state, if you
The Tables always Supplied with all the Eat witliin i s terri'« ry, willing to take the rcspon- j “54-40 or fight!” In 1848, her cause will kindly write me, describing the climate,
ables the market affon.s,
A lways R eady and W illing to W ait on C ustomers .
sibi ityof Ids utterances.
price of lands, occupation of the people,
championi d by that stanch old dem- ! 1 soil,
water, etc. 1 uin a subscriber to the lAtuisvhle
and see that you are also. I
To School Directors nn<l Teacher«.
am running a general store and drug store—
County biKil Superintendent H. F. Dodron organized.
In 1859, only 11 years i liave been in business here about 4 yean. Thia
hns appointed David L. Grace Deputy for this
i is n promising, newly settled Country, the fna-
part ofGrant eountv. Parties having bufllners later, Oregon was admitted into the ' larla in summer being the only fault I find with
T. D. HARRIS------- B urns , O k . tolrnrsaet
with the Superintendent wi’l find i Union—indeed, so rapid was her it. I arn l 7 years old, and have a wife and child.
Mr. Grace at T he H erald office, Burns, Or.
In the course of a year or so, perhat a sooner, I
development that could her people contemplate moving to a higher climate, and-
from my ideas of Oregon, think I would like it-
Drnixo the month of February, have agreed among themselves on You will confer a favor if you will write to mer
also instriu t your county editor to send me
Aeting-Land-Connniimioner Stock a state constitution, Oregon would and
his paper, and I will remit the amount of sub-
Trusting to hear from you. 1 arn re-
All orders for UNDERTAKING ginger held for cancellation 75 land
E. B. O utlaw .
Agent for Staver & Walker, Wholesale Deniers in
1854. At the time of admission, I I speetfully,
Rector, Ark., Feb. ‘_7, 1888.
Shop one door north of Post Office. 1-1 y
Oregon had one congressman. Af
WILSHIRE & HUDSON.
One Year ..........................
Six Months ....................
Due Year (in advance)...
1 wk 2 wk 1 mu 3 mo 6 mo
THE TOWN OF BURNS
Grant County, Oregon.
E ditor and P roprietor .
$2.BO a Year.
T. V. B. EMBUEE. M. D.
J. G. Welsh, M.D
Physician & Surgeon.
Dr. S. B. McPheeters
Carpenter and Plumber,
THE BEST WINES AND LIQUORS,
JOB WORK, .
Builder and Contractor.
The above ia a specimen of let-
ter more than a quarter of a century , tern coming in nearly every mail,
Livery & Feed Stable
of republican rule, Oregon stands | making inquiries about “the Har
OON 11KRAL .
today as that party found her—with [ ney country.” For the informa-
The H uiiih Democratic <?h:b.
but one representative in congress. ! tion of Mr. Outlaw, anti other pros
TOWEL & SUMMERVILLE.
This Club wr.s formeil on Snturday, Feb. ■i">,
With an immense territory, rich pective homeseekers, we will say:
’ sn , by the Democrats, in
se to the pub
B ui - db , Oregon.
soil, a healthy climate, fine streams
“Harney” is the name bestowed
lished call of Feb. 22«i, for H mj jmrp. se of organ-
fl^AoFNi for F ireman ' s F und I nsi kanck C ompany .-^!
izing for the preservation of tieinof ratic unity
IMF- Good Accommodations nt Reasonable
including one of the noblest rivers u | n > h one of the largest of the many
during 1888. J. E. McKinnon, .Secretary, to
whom address all communications and docu
in the world, every advantage, in Ix-autiful and fertile valleys for
T he democratic policy—Off with fact, that nature can bestow, what which East Oregon is noted. It is
the needless taxes on clothing, fuel, has hindered her in the | progress roughly estimated to be.60 miles in
ROBINSON <fc DODSON
LA K EVIEW ADVERTISEM ENTS.
shelter, food. Let alone the taxes that should have been hers ? What length by 50 miles in width. It is
ON A CASH BASIS.
but the ascendancy of that power well watered, containing two large
F. J. WELLS,------- P roprietor . on whiskey, beer and tobacco.
Full Supply of
CUAS. A. COGSWELL,
F. A. COGSWELL.
The republican policy—Oil' with under which the rich have steadily i lakes, Malheur and Harney, and
Is prepared to furnish all kinds of fresh
meats, sausage, etc. Leave your order.
the taxes on whiskey, beer, tobacco, grown richer and the [sM>r jssirer— numerous streams of good water
COGSWELL A COGSWELL.
so as to keep the war taxes on cloth under which little lias flourished ex-1 The soil is very rich and produc
. LAKEVIEW AND I.INKVILLE, Or.
ing, fuel, shelter, food.
eept rings and corporations.
tive. The climate is dry, and de
Voter, take your choice.—Jack
But the democracy is once more j lightfully healthy—as proof: in the
triumphant. Already the people: town of Burns, a two-days-old babo
Beer, Bitters and the Best Cigars in the Market CHAS. SAMPSON - - B urns , O k .
arc gaining ground and the great I was buried last month, its leath be
T he new tariff bill proven to be
imwiey powers losing. Now let Or- ing the first in town since the fall of
Attorney, Notary Public &
Drinks .scientifically mixed in style and quantity to suit.
egen send men to Washington who' lbS6. People whose age would, in
relief of the taxpayers, with all due!
will bo in sympathy with the ad other sections, incapacitate them for
consideration for the “infant indun-) ministration;
whose time instead of taking part in the affairs of life, are
1 B. F. LLOYD------- P roprietor
A. C. BRODERSEN,... Lakeview.
being spent in constant warring on j here found rosy as young children
This Hotel lateiv refurnished, offers spe-
; rial inducements hi accommodation to the
Any Innin«*«« entrusted to me will receive
the “[«ewers that be;” in intro ami actively engaged in work
I traveling public,whose patronage is solicited salt, (when imported from coun-!
most careful anil prompt attention. latntl
gMT*Tal>le furnished with the beat the mar- tries that do not charge an import ducing hundreds of bills for bun Blizzards,
matters an<l Collection a specially. Correa-
j kef affords.
pondenee solicited in Engiiali and tierman.
and water -qsiuU, the
duty on salt exported from the, combe, which never become laws, ■ oarthquak
but merely retard business; or in buue of other lands, are here un
Liverv and Feed Stable. wool, lumber, textile grasses and i schemes for wnsteing the public known. There are thousands of
W. C. BY^ID -
- P bopuiktob .
moneys, wrung from the people by acres of land still open to settle
vegetable fibres, and a variety of]
M. A. KELTON.
A CASH BUSINESS AT BED metal, chemical and mineral pro-1 unjust and exorbitant taxation, will ment, at the usual government
Keeps constantly on hand a Full Line of
be given to the actual interests of: prices. Cold, pure, living water is
ducts. The duty on steel rails is
Practices in the courts of the state, and DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING,
Ja onr motto. Good Buggy Teams, and Nice reduced from $17 to $11 per ton; the people, and her future prosper found anywhere in the valley at
before the U. 8. Land Office.
Saddle Horses Fnrpisbrd at Reasonable Charges
HATS, CAI’S. BOOTS, AND SHOES,
And let Grant from 6 to 20 feet. There are two
aud Partk-iiiar AtLenthui |4fDi to the B< arding on china, from 60 per cent to 45 per ity will be assured.
and Grooming of Tra'r.sleul Hto< k. Hay A Grain
county aid in giving Oregon a sena towns in the valley, Burns and
cent; cabinet or house furniture,
GLASSWARE AND, ALSO. CROCKERY,
tor who is not what Dolph is: a Harney, l oth wide-awake, growing
wood, reduced from 35 per cent to creature
BOTH TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY,
and tool of the rich cor- places—the enterprise of their bus
Hauling in Town
GROCERIES, NOTIONS, & SCHOOL SUPPLIES.
iness men may be judged by the
fW^AIl of which he offer* at the Lowest Prices and foY— <!^^<’a.«h Only.
W. R. STARK,------- L akeview .
columns of T he H erald . The
G BORGE HTERUXG.
ductions made are estimated: by
COW < KKKK CVLL1MOS.
Ila.« the largest lot of goods in this line
people of “the Harney country” are
ever brought to this «action of country and
Any one desiring to have hauling—any kind
E d . H erald : C ow Creek is dull. quiet, industrious and law-abiding,
sold at L ower PuiCFb than offered here.
of bawling—done for them, cal! on G. Sterling, iron an<l woolens, $17,250,000; on
—Items are scarce this week.
When in Lakeview call «nd see.
who will faithfully and promptly execute ail
chiefly emigrants from other states,
left for him at the Livery s able of Pow sugar, $11,000,000; on flax, hemp
P roprietor orders
CH AS. G. FRYE,
—Grass looks well—considering. and are engaged principally in
ell A Summerville.
and jute, $1,800,000; on china and
—Politics all the rage at present. farming and stock raising. The
glasstvare, $1,600,000; on chem
—Mr. James Bunyard, from the
CANYON CITY A D VERTI HEM ENTH.
icals. $750,000; on cotton goods, Island, has moved his stock and Oregon Pacific R. R., now in process
P. H. MURPHY.
of construction from Yaquina Bay,
family to his timber culture west of Or., to Boise City, Id., and which
HAY & GRAIN
is expected to be completed this
T he bill of the Way« an<l Menns
—Geo. Hayes, of Paisley, arrived
Always oil hand and Good Attentioi.
committee propo»«« courageously, j in Harney valley on the 16th inst., year, will pass through the valley,
_iven all orders made for team.« and veh
which is being rapidly settled, and
A New Stock of Eine Goods.
but with moderation, to remedy the accompanied
by Geo. I a -D uc .
hns a brilliant future.
II«.«, also, a fine assortment of Barbedine worst of the evils of the war tariff.
—Jesse Bunyard, of this place, in
ware—something new. which for beauty of It is an honest bill, a practical bill, (
I., emporor of Germany,
going to Pine creek this week
Pafrwv« may rest «wired that an orderly, well kept home will be maintained, and no
design and iini-n is hard to equal. A fine shaped by rational principle and tends
( improve his timber culture.
died March 9, aged nearly 91 year».
J. W. BONEBRAKE.
wn>ng-doinr tolerated: and the quality of the Goods nnsurpassed by any other respecta
line (and in ail «hades), of
ble bualnrsa In our line.
directed to important and definite
— J. O. Jackson has gone to Pais Ilin (uecenaor, “Unger Frit«,” ia
Good W***—Reasonable Erices.
results. Will the republicans offer
He intends returning April 1. thought to lie in a dying condition,
Beautiful Glass Ware it a solid, stupid opposition? Or ley. —Dora
Poujade, an enterprising and the crown will probably soon
HARNEY CITY ADVERTINEMENTB.
Of every description—T<diet rets; genuine will they treat it with candor and
young gentleman of this precinct, paua to the grandson of the late em-
bronze Lamp« with Duplex Burners, one
Friedrich William, aged
to light the town. Eight-Day sense, accepting its principle, and F’ has just returned from a trip to porer,
V. J. MILLED
P roprietor . rniffieimt
Clocks, and a fine line of
where they cannot accept its de Lakeview, where he has been on about 29.
ATTORN E Y-AT-LA W.
HAIR-CUTTING, SHAVING, AND SHAMPOOING, Tobacco and ( ¡gara—Pipes. and Meerschaum tails. offering amendments in good land business.
T he new counties formed by the
You and I.
Harney City, «reenn.
faith? That is the question, that the
Will practice in all the stare <’onrt*. 1-«
last legislature will elect the follow
pipes a specialty, warranted. Oysters. War
Given Perwonal Attention.
dines. < rs'kcis, all fresh 8<>spa. best
republicans must answer, and on
ing repreaentatives: Baker, 1; Mal
brands Veer» Powders—everybody
A t the meeting of the republican heur, 1; Wallowa, 1; and Union, 2;
can draw a prize worth from 2Sc
their answer will largely depend
tnJ! Fnil line of to bort
the verdict of the people in the central committee at Canyon City, Union and Wallowa, 1 senator joint
JwMiks. end Stationery
of all dcaeriptfona.
coming national elections.—New March 12, A. W. Waters, of Burns, ly; also Union and Umatilla 1 f<>-
A bv .nd all kind« nt awrartn«
One «loor North of I’rtg Store.
represented Harney precinct.
Th* fonnfry promptly and rorrccHy Ailed. 1-ly York Times, (Mug)
Carefully edited and conducted in the interest
of all is eatabl-Bhed in burns, and circulates in
every purl of Harney Valley—T he E ast O bk -
entries upon the ground of fraud,
restoring to the public dotpain
16,(XX) acres of land. During /he
same period, he recommended the
criminal prosecution of 61 timber
trespassers, and 40 civil suits to re
cover $71,(XX) as damages for tim
JF’ eljttolì Klacliinery,
A First-Class Billiard Table
P F STENGER
Livery I Feed Stable
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
FINE SILVER WARE
O. P. Cresap,
Canyon City. Orefnn.