East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, March 28, 1888, Image 1

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    Vol. 1 —No. 18.
THE
HERALD.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
BY
D. L. GRACE,
BUBNS, GRANT COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1888.
BURNS
One Year
Six Months
Three Months
One Year (in advance).......
HERALD CLUB LIST:
THE
ADVERTISEMENTS.
THE TOWN OF BURNS
Grant County, Oregon.
AS IT IS VOICED BY THE HERALD.
E ditor and P roprietor .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
H erald
O regon
E ast
BUSINESS MEN ABROAD BY LOOKING OVER ITS COLUMNS WILL SEE THAT
Burns contains
1 newspaper; 2 hotels: 4 saloons: 1 undertaker; 1 meat market; 2 lawyers; 3 physicians: 1
surveyor; 1 laud 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
reading room. Also, 1 Odd Fellows lodge; 1 school; 1 church organization.
«F* Mail aoupyofTiiE H erald to friends in the EasL Advertise your town.
Herald and The Century, one year
Herald ami st. Nicholas,
Herald and Demorest Magazine, one year
Herald ami Peterson Magazine
Herald and Godey’s Lady’s Bock
Herald and the West Shore
W. A. WtlAllIIRK.
Lakeview. Or.
J- SATHVllSOK,
) Burn., Or.
WILSHIRE & HLDsON.
Attorneys-at-Law
LAKEVIEW .\XD BURNS, OR.
$2.80 a Year.
HERALD
enabled to put their goods upon the HARNEY DEMOCRATS SPEAK
market much cheaper than hereto­ In VnmlNtukcitlrle l.anffuafre in Favor
1>. L. GRAIE
Editor.
or Democratic Supremacy.
fore, which would cause an increase
l>i:.M(KRATH’ \ VTION AL CONVEN­ in the consumption of canned goods, |
TION.
At a meeting of the democracy of
The national democratic committee having thereby lx'nefiting not only the pro-, Harney precinct last week, the fol­
met in the city of Washington on the 22d day of
February, 1888, H hh appointed
durera and consumers, but the fruit­ lowing resolutions were adopted:
TUESDAY. THE Til DAY <>F JUNE
R esolved , That we, the democratic voters of
Next, at noon, as the time, and clu sen the city growers too. Democrats in congress
Haruey Pre« in«’t, hereby endorse the present
of St. Louis as the place for holding the na’ion
al democratic convention. Each state is en consider the proposition a reasona-1 I state and National admintetratioKK. anti bo
I lleve it will
t*4 the beat interest of state and
titled to representation therein equal to double j
the number of its senators and representatives I ble one, and the new tariff bill puts nation to perpetúate them.
in the congress of the United Stales, and ca< h i
, R esolved , That we will supiairt the nominees
territory and the District of Columbia shall tin plate on the fpe list.
of County, state, and National Democratic
This firm practice.'» in theVCurts of the
| Stu’e, anil before the U. S. Lam! Office.
Anv business in tbe Land Otilee entrusied
i to them will «»btaiii prompt attendon.
4^4^“Lai h I Cases SolieiK'd.
l-ly
have tv.o delegates.
All democratic, conservative citizens of the
United States, irrespective of past political as-I
iociatioi s and differences, who t an unite with ,
us iu an iff >rt for pure political and coi-s'itu-
government, are cordially invited to join
GEO. S. SIZEMORE - - B: rxs ,O h . tional
us in sending delegates to the convention.
Criminal law a staielaRj .
.
WILLIAM H. HAHNUM, ( h'm’n.
F rederick O. P rince , Secretary National
Democratic Committee.
Conventions.
R f . solvrd , That we favor the Division of
county, provided, said division is mad«
Mu. R oberts , The Dalles wool ! (¡rant
Tlie
ATTORO Y:
on a fair and honorable has!« to all concerned.
R esolved , That we endorse the E ast O regon
merchant,
lately
made
a
speech
at
NEAR Bl’RNS, OREGON.
H erald uh an able exponent of democratic
the court house at Prineville on “the ooctrine, and recommend it to the perusal un«i
SAYER & DORE - ------- - P roprietors .
i support of every Democrat desiring the su­
Keeps Constantly on Hand a Large Stuck of
tariff, and its effect on the prosper­ premacy of the party. And be It further,
ADVERTISING RATES:
R esolved , That we cordially invite all who
T. V. B. EMBREB, M. 0. I > I • < 1: \ 1 I < STATE CONVENTION. ity of the people and more especially endorse
1 wk 2 wk 1 mo 3 mo 6 ino
SPACE
the present State and National admin-
Ollice at his residence on Jte en>t side el
is rations to write to and co-operate with ls .
A
democratic
state
convention
for
the
s.a'e
of
1 inch «1 50 |2.¿0 »>.» |soo $11.00
Silvies River, ten miles behiW Burn?, l-ly Oregon is hereby calle«’ to meet at Pendleton, its bearing on the wool markets of
K orkrt D rink water ,) Committee
3 00 4 00 (»50 12.00 18 00
Umatilla county, on Tuesday, April 3, 1888, for the United States.
T. B. J ames ,
S
on
3.50 5 00 M IX) 15 00 24 00
purpose of nominating a candidate for mem­
R. J. I veks ,
> Keaolutiona
J.
G.
WeJgkji^
,
1 the
4 50 C.00 to 00 20 00. 32.00
4 “
ber
of
congress,
a
candidate
for
judge
of
the
su-
Mr.
Roberts
is
thorough
busi-.
48 00
Ji col. Ö OO y .oo 15 00
I
t
L
tji
p:
-evOr*. st ■. ¿clrgn*eA- to t!;^na!lona! rtem-
FROM WASHINGTON, D.
•-
_ ___
_
—
u
WOO Hi 00 23 00 4H (W KO 00
! Offers his professional services to the cit­ o« ratio convention, ami six alternates; to ratify ness man, one who has made the ■
20 00 M 00 40.00 «>.00 no oo
1 “
izens of Burns and viciniiv. Office at resi- the various district nominations, anil such oth­
er business as mav properly come before the wool business the study of a life-; Bright Prospects for the Democracy!
| denec south of Herald building.
l-ly
com ention.
T he H erald 1 b kept regularly on file for re­ And all kinds of Surface Lunilicr thoroughly seasoned for building pi^xtses and at
Ingnll's Faux Pas!
Said convention will be composed of 155 dele­
ference, in the Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad­
REDUCED PRICES.
gates, apportioue«! to the various counties on time, and who is well posted in all, |
vertising Bureau, 13 Spruce st., New York.
Physician Surgeon.
the vote cast for c andidate to congrets at the even in its minor details, and what
E d . H erald : Never at so early a
election of 1886, being one delegate for each
county and one for every 200 and fraction over effect the tariff has on the price of "cried
in the contest have the pros­
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
I
’
1
’
Dr. S. B. McPheeters 100 votes so east.
IVew ZAÆcLd'iiTT.ojr'v
In accordance with said apportionment, the our wools, and his speech was a pects of the Democracy been so
i Graduate <»f Iow^i State University, respect-
Having
been
added
they
are
enabled
to
till
all
orders
us
soon
as
received.
counties will be entitled to the fol­
N. R. M axey
County Judge
fully offers his professional services to the respective
lowing representation:
l-ly i | citizens
J. T. M a el
Ji. B.—Good Road all the way.
(
Clerk
business man’s statement. His
1.... bright as they appear for the cam-
of Burns and surrounding country,
E. H all
Baker
........
Treasurer..........
5 Linn................. .... 9
j Calls answered at all hours.
■ ­ . paign of 1888. From all sections
He
n
ton
..........
.
..fi
Malheur
I
proof
that
the
wool
raisers
of
Ore
T. A. M c K innon , I
I Office at W. E. (¡race’s Drug Store, l-ly claekemns
Comm i Baione ys
. .7 M ari.i'.i............ ......... 9
T. II. M eador
for , of the country the advices are most
Ulatson
.5 Morrow.
4 gon were receiving /uch prices 1...
J. H. NKAL I
Columbia
3 Multnomah.
17
Surveyor ..............................
N. BROWN,
Co< B
ft their wool that permitted the buyers cheering, and a distinguished con­
.......... 4 Polk
A. C. D okf . |
Sheriff ................................
Practical
Surveyor
Crook...............
.4 Tillamook
...... 2
M. D. C ameron
Assessor
Cr.rA'
......... 2 Umatilla.
........ 8 te ship and sell'thc same, as he’did ^ n ative senator, not given to gush,
DEALER IN
II. F. D odson )
A. L. CONNOR
School Superintendent
8
Douglass ........ ........ 6 Uni.in
Any and all kinds of surveying done on short Gilliam
correspondent today :
.......... 3 v. b « po
fi last year, in the London market for "«’’I t0
Stock Inspector
J. C. LUCE.
notice and reasonable terms, s, sF“ Settlers Grant ............. .......... 5 Washington
. . ...ft
: wishing to be located, can have plats furnished Jackson
7 Wallowa . .. . 2 a protlit, was a nut for the protec­ “Unless there is some unforeseen
I Dintriet Judge .............................
L. B. I son
| free of charge.
l-ly
.1« sephlne
.3 Yamhill.. .. ........ 6
Diatrict Attorney
..................M. I). C lifford .
— tionists to crack. His showing that issue raised, not even now imagined,
Klamath
....... 3
Lake ................
.2
Total ....... . . 155
BURNS, GRANT CO., OREGON,
Register, U. S. Land Office,
A. F. S nelling
Lane
..................
.7
Carpenter and Plumber,«. The committee respectfully recommends that the tariff instead of building up our or death should remove Grover
Receiver,.......................
W. M. T ownsend .
jj®“l;’or Fine Quality and Low Prices, Give us a call.
the countv conventions for the election of de’e- manufacturing industries' had in Cleveland, we will have practically
W. A. RCUIFER.
L’Htcs to ' he state convention, unh m othern lee
u. s. mails .
j Orders for Painting, also, will be skill- ordered by the lot ill county committee, be held fact rendered them unable to com­ a walk over, and in any event the
on Saturday, Mari h 24, 1888. B. G oldsmith ,
| lully and promptly filled.
('hairman Democratic State Ce ntral Committee. pete with tbe factories of the old course of th" party and administra­
burns — vale :
Arrives Tuesdays ami Fridays at 6 p m.
tion have been such that the people
In Answer to the Unremitting Efforts world, even in the United States, in
Leaves Mondaysaud Thursdays at 4:30 a rc.
BLACKSMITH.
By the Opposition to «lemoerattie supremacy the manufacture of certain grades are satisfied, and we can win with
BURNS—CANYON CITY:
io the Harney countrv, to disorganize the par
C. M. CALDWELL,
P roprietor . P. S. EARLY--------B urns , O r . ty
any one we are likely, under any
therein, by drawing the line between ‘ set­
Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 4 p m.
tiers” and “stockmen” instead of between Dem­ of goods, because there is not raised
Leaves Wednesdays and Saturdays at 4 am.
and Republicans, (for the benefit of the within the United States the kind of circumstances, to nominate.”
A Full Supply of
----- GENERAL REPAIRING----- ocrats
latter), we publish the following corrections of
BURNS—PRINEVILLE:
AND
The attempt made, while the na­
their weakly organ's attempts to misrepresent wool required in their making, and
Arrives Thursdays at 6 a m.
T he H erald and th<* «.pject of i‘s publication:
Leaves Thursdays at 6 a m.
T he H erald 1 b not owned nor con­ the tariff prevents our ftetories from tional democratic committee was in
trolled by any stockman, settler, politician, or
BURNS—LAKEVIEW:
any other man. except the one whose name ap­ purchasing the necessary kind, at a session in this city, to make it ap­
Arrives Wednesdays at 9 p m.
pears 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 lisher, and proprietor.
Leaves Thursdays at b a m.
pear that President Cleveland was
IN THE LOWER MARKET.
j enlarged and improved preparatory to turn
T he H erald belongs ti no men, nor set of price that would allow them to com­
J. C. PARKER, Postmaster.
all kinds of blacksmithing on short met!, therefore, works for no monopoly, corpor­ pete with the goods of foreign mills, to have strong opposition in his own
DRINKS SCIENTIFICALLY MIXED IN STYLES AND QUANTI­ ! out
notice and in best style. Terms: Cash, l-ly ation, clique, or ring.
T he H erald is neutral in nothing—indepen­
TIES TO SUIT.
In fact, state has proved abortive, and I am
dent in ad things, and straight-out demo« ratio was a surprise to many.
GIVE ME A CALL BEFORE SAMPLING ANYWHERE ELSE
in position to know that there will
when
party
lines
are
drawn.
And
<
n
all
the
FRENCH
questions of the day will be found advocating Mr. Roberts speech was an able
HARNEY LODGE, NO. 77, I. O. O. F.
AS I CAN
be practically no op]s>sition to a re­
tnc
right
side
as
its
editor
is
able
to
view
’
it.
Meets at Odd Fellows Hall, every Saturday at GIVE YOU AS FINE LIQUORS AS YOU CAN BUY IN THE TOWN
H erald is an advocate of law and order: showing of the injustice and hum­
JESO"Xa ST j . of T “ he
7:30 p in,
M. L. FENWICK, N. G.
the greatest good to the greatest number;” buggery of our wool tariff.—Ochoco nomination, and if Mr. Cleveland
C has . G unther , Sect’y.
OF BURNS.
M rs . L. RACINE - P roprietress . is anti se' tional in matters pertaining to East
should decline, the party would not
A Limited Number of (¡nests can secure the Oregon, Grant county, Harney Valley or Burns. Review.
It publishes the latest news for i ‘ r readers as
EDUCATIONAL
most Comfortable Lodging Rooms in the soon
I
permit it.
Unadulterated Liquors.
as obtained; offers its colntnt r to the op-
Town, at tlii” House.
prtrsed, the pn sperous. and every other citizen
Senator Ingalls of Kansas, presi-
The Tables always Supplied withall the Eat­ within is tert i.orv, willing to take the respon­
A METHODIST CHURCH
T
he
Mills
Tariff
Bill,
should
it
A lways R eady and W illing to W ait on C ustomers .
ables the market affords,
l-ly
sibility of his utterances.
ident
pro. tern, of the senate, was
Organization exists in Burns, and a com­
I become a law, would save the far-
modious house is in course of erection. The
announced
recently for a big
To School Director» and Teachers.
Builder
and
Contractor.
I iners of this country a large amount
building committee: Messrs. McGowan, Byrd
County School Superintendent II. F. Dodson
jspeech
criticising
President Cleve­
and I’rntt.
has npjw!nfedT>«v id I.. (¡race Deputy for thia 1 on grain sacks, and would reduce
of Grant county. Parties having business
T. D. HARRIS------- B urns , O r . part
land
’
s
tariff
message,
and the re-
to transact with the Superintendent will find the duty on nearly 1,000 articles
THE BURNS SCHOOL
Mr. Grace at T he H erald office, Burns, Or.
,
(
]l
;
publican
national
executive
com­
I that farmers produce such as 1...
Is a neat mid large, white building, conve­
WAGON WORK
mittee prepared to print thousands
niently arranged for accommodation of
manufactures
of
iron,
steel,
woolen
j
BURNS, OREGON.
both rexes. Messrs. Harris, Savage . Skin­
GEO. McGOWAN
•
A Specialty.
for circulation as a campaign docu-
ner, Directors.
and cotton goods, paper, earthen­ | ment.
£45- All orders for UNDERTAKING
Agent for Stayer & Walker, Wholesale Dealers in
ware, glass, and other articles
The speech was delivered, and
promptly filled.
A NEWSPAPER
Shop one door north of Post Office, l-ly
T he entire democratic ticket was enough to fill a column of this pa-! was indeed a great thing—the best
Carefully edited and conducted in the interest
elected in Sacramento, Cal., March per. Would favor Southern in­ specimen of a political boomerang
of all is established in Burns, and circulates in
♦very part of Harney Valley—T he E ast O re ­
Livery
&
Feed
Stable
12th.
terests by placing hemp on the free ever exhibited. It was published
gon H erald .
in the congressional record, and
PKOmiKTORB
■ list, by reductions of 25 per cent on reads liko the vaporings of a rant­
WAGONS, BUGGIES & CARRIAGES,
The Burns Democratic Club.
T
he democratic ticket carried by I
4
POWEL& SUMMERVILLE.
sugar and riee, the only 3 products ing stump speaker. Instead of a
This Club was formed on Saturday, Feb. 25, .
2000 majority in Utica, N. Y., liith-j of the South “protected” to 4175 of statesmanlike criticism ofthe points
*88, by the Democrats, in response to the pub-j
Burns,
Oregon.
Hshe«l call of Feb. 22d, for the i»urp< se of organ­
Or-A gent for F ireman ’ s F und I nsurance C ompany .
i-i y
izing for the preservation of democratic unity
£4y* Good Accommodations at Reasonable erto strongly republican.
other sections. * * The man who of the message, such as was to he
¡during 1888. J. E. McKinnon, Secretary, to
Ra es.
expected from his lofty jxisition
' whom address all communications and doeu-
! ments.
T he President sent to the two drew up that bill represents the and pretensions, the whole mess
Meat Market.
houses of congress, March 20, a largest sheep owning district in the was a tirade of personal abuse of
PROPRIETORS.
ROBINSON A’ DODSON
LAKEVIEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
communication from Secretary Vi­ U. S. Therefore he protected his Cleveland, a rehash of stale and
ON A CASH BASIS.
las and the testimony taken in the interests, Mr. Mills says, and the oft-refuted slanders upon the demo­
F. J. WELLS,------- P roprietor . Oregon
C IA8. A. COGSWELL,
F. A. COGSWELL.
wagon road land grants
cratic party, and a fervid waving of
Lakeview.
Linkville.
Is prepared to furnish ail kinds of fresh
matter; also a 1 ill forfeiting said largest wool buying firm in Oregon the bloody shirt.
meats, sausage, etc. Leave your order.
COGSWELL & COGSWELL.
grants, with a recommendation that is of the opinion that the price of
His indecent assault upon the
LAKEVIEW AND LINKVILLE, Or.
wool was never lowered nor raised President, instead of having the ef­
it become a law.
WATCHMAKER
1 cent by protection, so-called. The fect desired, has caused a closing
-AND-
ALSO
T he worst blizzard known in 30 able and indefatigable liars of the up of the ranks, and if there wcr.i
Attorney s-at-Law
Jeweler.
Beer, Bitters and the Best Cigars in the Market CHAS. SAMPSON - - B urns , O r . years struck the Atlantic states on republican press are answered.— any laggards before, they are unan­
i-iy
imous now, while liis ghoulish
the 10th inst., raging fiercely for Eugene City Guard.
attack upon the distinguished
Attorney, Notary Public &
Drinks scientifically mixed in style and quantity to suit.
several
days.
The
wind
blew
at
the
CITY HOTEL.
dead, Generals McClellan anil Han­
Collector.
rate of over 50 miles an hour, tear­
A N’OTIIF.IC INQI IKY.
cock, has caused a revolution of
B. F. LLOYD------- P roprietor .
E d . H erald : You will plcanegiv«’me in­
ing down telegraph and telephone I formation
A. C. BRODERSEN,... Lakeview.
on the following point-: What i« feeling among the fighting survivors
This Hotel lately refurnished, offers spe­
A First-Class Billiard Table
cial inducements in avcontniodation to the wires, snapping off telegraph poles, the size of your town ? Does it li<* on any | ofthe late war and their protests
Any business entrusted to me will receive
river? How is the country surrounding it ? tire coming up in such numlM-rs
E ALWAYS ON ÎIAND^KL
traveling public,whose patronage issolicite«!
l-ly
most careful and prompt attention. Land
matters and Collection a specialty. Corres­
£d^Table furnished with the best the mar­ wrecking vessels, etc. Snow fell I Please let me know what liu-itK’ss openings
exi
”t there. Is the country better adapted amUviolence that even the “Nation­
ket nffori's.
pondence solicited in English and German.
from 4 to 5 feet deep, and formed to stock
or agriculture? I” the county or­ al Republican,” in alluding to the
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Is there any government land to
enormous drifts, almost wholly ganized?
lie
had
there?
Could a person buy a .small speeches of the republican senators,
Liverv
and
Feed
Stable.
Attorney-at-Law
improved place, with good water, cheap?
blockading
travel.
One
man
froze:
drops out of notice “the only In­
W.
C.
BYRD
-
-
-
-
I
’
KOPRIETOR.
P
F
STENGER.
Please
give
me
desired information,
M. A. KELTON.
to death in the streets of New York as there are many the
anxious to learn of that galls.” The republican executive
A
CASH
BUSINESS
AT
BED
committee dropped it like a coal of
and oblige, D wight M. A llen ,
Lakeview, Or.
Keeps constantly on hand a Full Line of
city. The loss of life was most se­ country,
ROCK PRICES.
Ht. Paul, Minn., March A, 1888.
j
fire. And now the democrats aro
Practice” in the courts of the state, and DRY GOODS ANI) CLOTHING,
Is our motto. Good Buggy Teams, and Nice vere along the coast.
before the U. 8. Land Office.
l-lv
In answer to the above and like preparing to use it as a campaign
Saddle Horses Furnished at Reasonable Charges
HATS, CAI’S. BOOTS, AND SHOES,
and Particular Attention paid to th«- Boarding
document, accompanying it with
I
HARDWARE. TINWARE. QUEENSWARE.
and Grooming of Transient Stork. Hay vt Grain I
I n the late municipal election, in inquiries, we will nay: 1st, Burns is the scathing reply of Blackburn of
Watches,
Clocks
on hand.
GLASSWARE
AND,
ALSO,
CROCKERY,
a
live,
growing
town,
only
a
few
-AND-
Syracuse, N. Y., one of the republi­
A. H. G.
BOTH TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY,
years old. having a population of Kentucky.
JEWELRY.
Hauling in Town , can strongholds of that state, went something less than 500, and, 2d, is Washington, I). C., March 10, ’88.
GROCERIES, NOTIONS, A SCHOOL SUPPLIES.
BY
W. R. STARK.------- L akeview .
democratic by 700 majority. The
of which he offers at the Lowed Prices and for—
‘<h Oniv.^tJI-ly
GEORGE STERLING.
situated near the Silvies river. 3d,
T he house committee on terri­
Has the largest lot of goods in this line
campaign was made on a tariff is­
Burns, Oregon.
ever brought to this section of country an«!
The surrounding country is gener­ tories has agreed upon an “omni­
Any one desiring to have hauling—any kind
sol«! at L ov . fr PsfCES than offered here, i
i of hauling—done for them, call on G. Sterling, sue, the republicans claiming that
ally level. 4th, By reference to the bus” bill for the admission of Da­
When in Lakeview call an«i see.
l-ly
who will faithfully and projnptly execute all
Montana, Washington and
left for him at the Livery stable of Pow­ the salt industry, a matter of great
CHAS. G. FRYE,
P roprietor orders
advertising columns of T he H er ­ kota,
ell A Summerville.
7-tf
New Mexico as state*. The bill
local interest, would suffer were the
Livery I Feed Stable
ald , our correspondent will get a provides thill on Aug. 7th, 1888,
duty of 83 per cent removed or re­
CANYON CITY ARVERTIfiKMENTS.
list of the live business houses al each territory shall elect 75 dele­
P. H. MURPHY.
duced, while the democrats affirmed
LAKEVIEW
-
-
-
-
OREGON.
ready
established in Burns, and gates; these delegates to meet in
that such change would be a bene­
HAY & GRAIN
can
judge
Ibr ’ irnsidf what o|>cn- convention in their respective terri­
fit. The verdict of the people was
torial capitols on Sept. 11 th. fertile
Always rm ham! and Good Attention
ings
there
are
for other lines of bus­ purjsise of framing a constitution—
-iven all orders made for team” ami veh­
in favor of the democratic policy.
icle”.
l-ly
iness. 5th, The country is well- the Washington cov. ntion will also
O. P. Cresap,
A New Stock of Eine Goods.
i’nnvon City. Oregon.
adapted
to both stock raising and
wlr’ther the state will be
Ila”, also. a fine assortment of Barlx*<line
T he Astorean Fay* that this coast agriculture. 6th, Yes. 7th, There decide
"Watchmaker & Jeweler
known as Washington or Tacoma,
ware—something new, which for beauty of
Patrons majr rent aaaured that an orderly, well-kept hntia? will be maintained, and no
design and finish i” hard to equal. A fine last year imported 28,117,52b lbs. is a large amount of government and New Mexico will clusise be­
J. w. bonebrake .
wrona-«lolnK tolerated; and the quality of the Oxii aiiwurparoed by any other respecta­
line (and in ail sbades), of
ble buaineae in our line.
l-ly
of tin plate, valued at $>127,703, on land still open to settlement, but tween the present name and Mon­
Lskeview, Oregon.
MOSAIC WARE.
Good Work—Rearonalde Prices. l-ly
which was paid a duty of $281,- parties who contemplate taking up tezuma; on Nov. «¡th, the constitu­
Beautiful Glass Ware 175.26. Of course this tax was col­ lands in Harney valley should be tions framed must be submitted to
HARNEY CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
prompt, as no section of East «»re- the people; if ratified, and the new
Of every description—Toilet seta; genuine
bronze Lamp« with Duplex Burner”, one lected from the people in the shape
V. J. Mil.LEK
LEE ( ALDWELL
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P roprietor •uffieient to light the town. Eight-Bay of increased prices upon canned gon is settling more rapidly. 8th, states admitted, Dakota will have
The country is newly settled, hut 2 congressmen andtheothers 1 each
Clock”, and a fine line of
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
HAIP.-CUTTING, SHAVING, AND SHAMPOOING,
WATCHES AND JEWELRY. goods, and went into an already such a place might readily be until the census of 18!X) is taken;
Harney CH,. Oregon.
Tobacco and cigars—Ftpes. and Meewhaum
Will prartire in ail the Stale Courts. 1-tf
the bill also provides for the ex­
Giren Personal Attention.
overflowing treasury. The leading found. Good water is plentiful.
Pipes a specialty, warranted. Oysters, Har
din«*. < raeker*. all fr«sh. Hoapa, beat
Town lots on business streets can penses of the conventions, and
canning
and
packing
houses
on
the
brand*. Yeast PoWdera—everybody
PRACTICAL SURVEYOR.
be had at $100, *50— amt
ami off t the grants f land for eapitol and pub­
eno draw a prize worth from 26c
coast bavy petitioned range' ■> to main str < ts for $.
v.|! Full line of Sch»M»l
irrigation,
Books, and atk.net/
A. J. BROWN.
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remove th" duty on tin p itc, on sold nt these low rat
of a I Idea« riptlora.
j
¡table pur«
thy and all kin.la of rnrveylna Aon* on a Son
One door North of Drug Store.
DUce. and aaliaU -|m> »narantend 1—6— If
mudo
Í5' owth of the tc
The Country prom
Flooring',
Mouldings,
¡stio,.
Slung-les,
1
I
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
ARCADE
SALOON.
THE BEST WINES AND LIQUORS,
JOB WORK.
IT'o.x’xxx !Macliin.ery,
THE BEST WINES & LIOUORS.
FINE SILVER WARE