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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1888)
ol. 1 —No. 19.
BURNS, GRANT COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL
$2.30 a Year.
IÌIOM WASHINGTON, I). C.
; ate, declared that if the bill passed I
j it would destroy every industrial in-! Who Will be the Nominee for Vice-Pres
ident? Biographical Sketch
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
j terest on the Pacific coast. What
1 W. A. WILSHIRE,
of Gen. Black!
THE TOWN OF BURNS
did he mean? Will the canning and | E d . H erald : Who shall be placed
Grant County, Oregon.
packing interests be “destroyed” if j ' on the ticket with Cleveland is now
D. L. GRACE,
AS IT IS VOICED BY THE HEKALI).
The national democratic committee having they get tin plate free of the duty j
daily question. Vilas had many
E ditor and P roprietor .
met in 1 lie city of Washington on the 22d day of
i that takes from them vast sums of. the
February, loKS, has appointed
supporters for a while, but appears
BUSINESS MEN ABROAD BY LOOKING OVER ITS COLUMNS WILL SEE THAT
TUESDAY. THE 5TII DAY OF JUNE
LAKEVIEW AND BURNS. OR.
HU 1W<’KIPTION RATES
Next, at noon, hk the time, and ch» sen the city
not to care particularly for the
St. Louis hh the place for holding the nation has no use? Certainly not. Twen-
1 newspaper; 2 hotels: 3 saloons: 1 undertaker; I ineat market; 2 lawyer®; 3 physician®: 1
This firm practices in the Courts of the of
place. Morrison, of Ill., has many
al democratic convention. Ea<’h state Is en
Stale, ami before the U. S. Land OtHec. titled to representation therein equal to double j ty-two of the leading houses of this |
surveyor; 1 land agent; 1 drugstore; 1 jeweler; 1 blacksmith; 2 livery stables: 2 general mer
Three Month® ..............
friends, and would like the
One Year (in advance).......
chandise Btores; 1 bath house; 1 hardware store; 1 barber shop; 1 suw-inill; 2 carpenters; 1
coast have petitioned congress for] warm
in the congress of the United States, and each
to them will obtain prompt attention.
nomination, while thousands of
reading room. Also, 1 Odd Fellows lodge; 1 school; 1 church organization.
territory and the District of Columbia sliull | that very thing. If free tin plate)
£9** La nd <’a«es SoliciUMl.
democrats are anxious to shout for
f&“ Mail a copy of T he H erald to friends in the East. Advertise your town.
have two delegate s.
IIEKAI.D CLUB LIST:
All democratic, conservative cttlaens of the ¡greatly increases the business of| Speaker Carlisle, of Kentucky. But
lterabl and The Century, one year
llerald and Sr. Nicholas,
sociations and differences who can unite with |
there is a strong under-current ef
lterald and Demoreat Magazine, one year
us in an effort for pure political and constitu affirm, will the fishery interests suf
Herald and 1‘eterson Mazarine
tional government, ere cordially invited to join fer thereby? Will the fruit-growers popular feeling in favor of Gen.
lleruld and Godey’s lardy's Book **
us in sending delegates to the convention.
John C. Black, and it is generally
lllerald aud the West Shore
Criminal Jaw a specialty.
WIU.IAM II. BARNUM, Ch’m’n, be ruined?
F rederick o . F kince , Secretary National
, .. that , if ,.
STACK |lwk 2 Wk 1 ino 3 mo 6 ino 1 yr.
He is the
Office at his residence on the east side or In Answer tti the I nrciuiulng Efforts ft. be removed? In 1881 we find)w”11^ be demanded.
Si Ivies River, ten miles below Burns. 1-ly Ry the Oppcsltion to democratic supremacy | i that the lumber mills of Oregon ex- Rowing favorite and all who give
1 inch i 11.50 12.50 1-»00 |x 00 111 00 (15.00
in the Harney country, to disorganize the par |
fi.50 12 00
ty therein, by drawing the line between ‘’set ported 31,560,000 feet of lumber, he .natter careful thought concede
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tlers” and ‘•stockmen” instead of between Dem-! ‘
fi. 00 10 OU 20 Où
i tnut he po88LB8CB more elements of
*rratspad Bepuhll^an®. (for Hye benefit of thei much of it goujg . to T
9.00 15.00 2X 00
anil 8tren^h7! an nny
MO 00 1.0 00
latterly we publish rhe following rorrert-ioim ¿napLYT*. t
12 00 1« Ü0 •¿xou 4M 00
! Offers his professional services to the cit their
, . .. __ , .~
» . . r
izens of Burns and vicinitv. Office at resi-
M achine Oil, Needles, and Supplies of all Kinds, kept Constantly on „und.
H krald and the oplcrt of its publication: I aLin liitnLir in fnrfntrn rOnrVofc nnd
AQT* T he H erald is not owned nor con
• dence south of Herald building.
c ■ '
I, - kept regul.rlv
trolled by any stockman, settler, politician, or I there sell at a profit they can hold
T he Ilium
. . on SI« for re-
the Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper
onv other man, except the one whose name an- j
ve itisi ng Bureau, 10 Spruce st., New York.
at the head of the paper as i's editor, pub their own in the home markets
PIANO, ORGAN, <& SEWING-MACHINE Physician & Surgeon. pears
„„„in.* »1,, ».ill« of
U or n„v I!lfttk 18 11 'indent of 1 ennsyl-
lisher, and proprietor.
T he H erald belongs to no men, nor set of against the mills of Canada or any vania ancestry of several genera
men, therefore, works for no monopoly, corpor other country.
Dr. S. B. McPheeters ation,
of tions. His father, Rev. John Black,
clique, or ring.
J Graduate of Iowa State University, respect-1 T he H erald is neutral in nothing— indepen woolen goods ask to have duties re
N. R. M axey !
Easy Monthly Payments,
fully offers his professional services to the j dent in all things, and straight-out democratic moved from the grades of wool not a Presbyterian minister, removed to
J. T. M ael !
! citizens of Burns and surrounding country. when party lines are drawn. And on all the
Mississippi in 1834, where the son
questions of the day will be found advocating grown in this country, and which
Calls answered at all hours.
was born Jan. 27th,- 1839. Upon
right side as its editor is able to view it.
? T. A. M c K innon , !
| Office at W. E. Grace’s Drug Store. 1-ly tiie
$ T. II. M eador
of “the greatest good to the greatest number;” If they can get these wools to mix the death of the father, a few years
?s anti-sectional in matters pertaining to East
later, the mother, with her family,
purveyor ........................... .............. J. II. N eal
Oregon, Grant county, Hurney Valley or Rums. with the home-grown wools, they
A C. D ore ]
settled at Danville, Ill. In 1858,
It publishes the latest news for its readers as
. M. I). C ameron I
A. L. CONNOR
soon as obtained; offers its eolumi s to the op claim that they can produce goods , Gen. Black entered Wabash Col
Be haul Superintendent. . ........ H. F. D odson LEE CALDWELL
the prosperous, and every other citizen
| Any anil all kinds of surveying done on short pressed,
within i’s territory, willing to take the respon in quality and quantity to compete lege.
At the outbreak of the war,
J. C. LUCE. ;
| notice and reasonable terms,
of his utterances.
HAIR-CUTTING, SHAVING, AND SHAMPOOING, j wishing to be located, ertn have plats furnished
with the world at home and abroad. he enlisted as a private in the 11th
I.. B. I kon
| free of charge.
So the wool industries are not in Indiana regiment, and was mus
Given Personal Attention.
district Attorney.............. . M. D. CLIFFORD.
danger of destruction. But the bill tered into the service April 10, 1861.
Register, U. 8. Land Office,
A. F. S nelling '
aims chiefly at a reduction of the He was appointed sergeant-major
Carpenter and Plumber,
“ .. W. M. T ownsend . I
tariff, but few articles being placed
W. A. R0DIFER.
GRANT COUNTY NOMINEES. upon the free list. Will the people of his regiment, and served with it
V. 8. MAILS.
I Orders for Painting, also, will be skill-
through the 3 months campaign in
| fully and promptly filled.
be injured—will the great farming West Virginia. At the expiration
One door North of Drug Store.
burns — vale :
industries be destroyed—if food, of his enlistment he returned home,
Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 p m.
clothing, building and working ma and was mustered out Aug. 4th.
Leuves Mondays and Thursdays at 4:30 a m.
J. F. M orrison ,
terials be obtained at cheaper rates? lie re-entered the service Aug. 15th,
P. S. EARLY-------- B urns , O r .
NEAR BURNS, OREGON.
The question is too absurd for con 1861, as major of the 37th Illinois,
Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 4 p m.
Leaves Wednesdays and Saturdays nt 4 a in.
SAYER <fc DORE - -- -- -- -- P roprietors .
sideration. Such being the case,
----- GENERAL REPAIRING-----
went to the front in September.
docs Dolph know what he is talking nnd
Of John Day.
I le now served 4 years, seeing a
Arrives Thursdays at 6 a m.
Leaves Thursdays at 6 a m.
variety of service in the field,
tion he holds? But if he is aware of I great
and taking part in some of the se
these facts, is he not sacrificing the I verest battles, including Pea Ridge,
Arrives Wednesdays at 9 p m.
Of Canyon City.
Promptly exccutc<l. The building is being
Leaves Thursdays at 6 a in.
interests of the peoplo of Oregon Prairie Grove, seige of Vicksburg,
enlarged and improved preparatory to turn
to blind, senseless, partisan opposi was in the Red River campaign, and
out all kinds of blacksmithing on short
notice and in best style. Terms: Cash. 1-ly
tion to democratic policy?
j at the seige and capture of Mobile.
Of Canyon City.
And all kinds of Surface Lumber thoroughly seasoned for building purposes and
O ur brother editor, 1). L. Grace, He was repeatedly wounded, and
HARNEY LODGE, NO. 77. I. O. O. F.
| of the Burns H erald , gave the was promoted three times for dis
Meets at Odd Fellows Ilal’, every Saturday at
M. L. FENWICK, N. G.
News a pleasant call this week. | tinguished gallantry—lieutenant
T. A. M c K innon ,
M rs . L. RACINE - P roprietress .
[ char . G unther , Seet’v.
Bro. Grace informs us that ho in- , colonel, June 9th, 1862; colonel,
A Limited Number of Guests can secure the
printing all his paper at home | Feb. 1st, 1863, nnd brevet brigadier
most Comfortable Lodging Rooms in the
Of Long Creek.
Town, at this House.
N. B.—Good Road all the way.
and discarding the “patent.” general, March 13th, 1865. lie re
The Tables always Supplied with all the Eat
A METHODIST CHURCH
Right! We admire your enterprise, signed Aug. 15, 1865, four months
ables the market affords,
ami your readers will appreciate : after the close of the war, and re
■ganization exists in Burns, and a com-
G. K nisley .
rxliou-- bouse is in course of erection. The
the change from a good paper to a turned home. He then rend law;
Builder and Contractor.
Aiding r.muninee: Messrs. McGowan, Byrd
better one.—(»rant County News. ) was admitted to the bar, and ob-
tained a large practice; was twice
T. D. HARRIS------- B urns , O r .
T. J. C ozad ,
F or a new senntor, it didn’t take I n9,n*n.fttC(l for congress in a dis-
THE BURNS SCHOOL
Of Canyon city.
J. N. Dolph long to “catch onto” j trift of many thousand republicans,
[a neat and large, white building, conve-
UI’ERINTENDENT PUBLIC SCHOOLS
the fact that no well-equipped sen- ,ln,J ^'.,r lieutenant governor when
ently arranged for accommodation of
Ith sexes. Messrs. Harris, Savage a Skin-
atorial kitchen is complete without Illinois had a republican majority
J. D. D aley ,
BURNS, GRANT CO., OREGON,
in each contest.
Of Fruirle City
1 its telegraphic press agent, 'F|1(, of about
£1^ All orders for UNDERTAKING
owing to his brilliant military and
Fine Quality and Low Prices, Give us a call.
Shop one door north of Post Office, l-lv
; mercenary tried in Wednesday’s civil record, he ran many thousands
Ire fully edited and conducted in the intcrcHt
M. D ustin ,
Oregonian to transfer Cleveland’s ahead of his ticket. He was the
Fall is established in Burns, and ciiculatce in
lery part of Harney Valley—T he E ast O re -
Livery & Feed Stable
] glory in the wagon road frauds to democratic caucus nominee of the
I n H erald .
T he above list of citizens form ' the Oregon senator was almost sug Illinois legislature for U. S. senator
;he nominees of the democratic par-1 gestive of blizzard.—Sunday Wel in 1876-7. He refused the use of
The Burns Democratic Club.
y of Grant county, Oregon; each
his name, after it was presented, ns
■'Ids Club wo® form'’.1 on Saturday, Feb. 25,
K by the Democrnis, in re k ponse to the pub-
lame was selected with anxious re
candidate for Vice-President, in
¡jhed call of Feb. ?2<l, for the purpose of organ
■pig for the preservation of democratic unity I
Good Accommodations at Reasonable gard for the requisite qualifications
T iie price of tin has advanced in the democratic national convention
Bring xmhm . J. E. McKinnon, Secretary, to
demanded by the office the candì- One year 63 per cent. . The price of in 1384, and declined the demo
Koni address all communications and Uucu-
K h I k .
Inte is expected to fill to the credit zinc Ims advanced in one year about cratic nomination for governor in
jf the party that proffered his ser- 25 per cent. The price of copper al the “tate convention of 1885. Ho
[ LAKEVIEW ADVERTI8EM ENT8.
rices to the people of the county, so has been very largely increnseil is considered one of the finest cam
ON A CASH BASIS.
|AS. A. COGSWELL,
F. A. COG8WELL.
if himself ns a public-spirited citi — in the neighborhood of 1(X) per paign speakers in the country, and
zen having the welfare of his coun cent during the year. All this is as such is always in great demand
Is prepared to furni>h all kinds of fresh
ty at heart, and of the voters who the work of “trusts,” syndicates by his party. Two days after
| meats, sausage, etc. Leave your order.
| COGSWELL & COGSWELL.
showed their confidence in his abili- anil “combines.” By thus raising Cleveland’s inauguration, the office
ILAKKVIEW ANI> LIXKVII.I.E, Or.
ty and political honesty to capably tj1(. prices of the metalf, they, in cf- of Commissioner of Pensions was
er ve their
) feet, levy taxes upon the people. tendered Gen. Black unsolicited.
jffi^*AGFNT for F ireman ’« F und I nsurance C ompany .-®!
I The rise of prices is artificial, and He accepted, and his administra
T he republican party of Grant |jle Consumers are the taxpayers, tion of this great trust has been
1 CHAS. SAMPSON - - B urns , O r .
county held its primaries last Hut- Almost everybody in civilized soci- marked by signal ability and jus
nrday, and tomorrow it will have ’ (.fy js a consumer of these metals, tice. Personally, Gen. Black is one
bttornev, Notary Public
ROBINSON & DODSON
to nominate candidates of unusual 'fin, zinc and copper carry high pro of the kindest and most genial of
B. F. LLOYD------- P roprietor . partisan merit if it hopes to poll any ) tcctiVe duties. But what do the men, but inflexible in the discharge
thing like a full party vote, because ' people think about continuing to of public duty. He is of marked
L. C. BRODERSEN,... Lakeview.
Full Supply of
This Hotel lately refurnished, offers spe
cial inducements in accommodation to the republicans, as well as democrats, protect these “trusts” and com- |>ersonal appearance, and would
Any business entrusted to me will receive
| traveling public,whose patronage is solicited ire becoming alive to the necessity )
post careful and prompt attention. Land
make a splendid presiding officer
bines?-B< ft >n Glol c.
jffi0P~Tablc furnished with the best the inar lor continuing the great labors of
hatter» and^ffiollection a specialty. Corres-
of the U. 8. senate, and would grace
pndence solicited in English and’ German.
the present administr»tion to lift' T here is about 100,000,000 lbs the office of President, should he lx?
Liverv and Feed Stable. from the shoulders of (»0,000,OtX) of wool imported into the United called upon to fill the duties of that
Americans engaged in daily pur-: States every year. 75,000,000 lbs station.
A. II. G.
Beer, Bitters and the Best Cigars in the Market \V. C. BYRD - - - - P roprietor . suits for a livlihixxl (which includes of this is known as “carpet wool.” Washington, I). C., 3-20-’88.
M. A. KELTON.
A CASH BUSINESS AT BED farmers, stockmen, merchants, me-: This is a coarse article, a rough
From the Bt. Louis Globe Democrat
Drinks scientifically mixed in style and quantity to suit.
chanics, laborers, office-holders, and cross between wixil and hair, not
‘rartires in the courts of the state, and :
’ Isotir motto. Good Buggy Teams, and Nice
»re the V. 8. Land Office.
___ is raised in the i The Secretary of the Interior has
pound of ____
Saddle Horses Furnished at Rbtis.u■ab1e«*fhirgrp the professions), the enormous, ex-' one
and Particular Attention paid to the Boarding , travagant, the needless taxation of United States, the nearest to it bc- rendered the following important
and Groomingof Transient Stock. Hay A Grain !
decision involving the question of
| necessaries of life, in order to en- ¡ng the “mustang” sheep of Califor-
A First-Class Billiard Table.
residence upon homestead entries
rich vast manufacturing interests, njUi half xh» > p and half gont, that prior
Off-I ce always on hand ^VI
to making final proof:
whoee insatiable greed for gain at were brought up from Mexico in “To the
Hauling in Town
Commissioner of the General l and
Offi< e: S ir —I have considered the appeal of Win.
R. STARK,------- L akeview .
from your office decision of July
-onsumcr, is so ably shown by the from one to three pounds. As this 9, lHKti, rejecting his final proof f«»r the land
the largest lot of goods in this line
I think Ibis man 1® entitled
brought •«> this section of country «nd
Any one desiring to have hauling—any kind Tact that “protectionists arc organ kind of wool sold at prices varying to hlw patent. He made h!a declaratory state
at L ower P rices than offered here,
of hauling—«lone for them, call on G. Sterling, ized all along the line, to maintain from 3 to 5 cents per lb., no sheep ninit April 2«, 1K.SI, alleging settlement the week
•n in Lakeview call and see.
before, and shows that hr made It. It appears
who will faithfully and promptly execute all
P F STENGER
orders left for him at the Livery stable of Pow the advantages” gained under re man of today would embark in that that lie was at sent during m< st of the following,
summer; I list he was on the lund from fall until
ell A Summery lile.
the follow Ing spring; al sent again during tho
Keepa constantly on hand a Full Line of
very 1 Feed Stable
summer; again upon the land from
licans not blinded by partisan prej pete with the prixlucc of a single succeeding
fall until spring, and not at sent S months at any
udice. know from the present atti Hix-k in the United States; its intro- one
P. II. MURPHY.
time; that he applied the proceeds of his la
HATS. CAPS. BOOTS. AND SHOES,
l>or during the two s< asons when he was absent
tude of their party, that they can i duction into this country would not to
EVIEW — - — - OREGON.
the building of Ills house and making I in
HARDWARE. TINWARE. QUEEN8WARE,
pto\emeetfl oil Ills land, now altogether at p><AW;
HAY <t GRAIN
that he waa a poor man, nixl his nbot nee whs
GLASSWARE AND, ALSO. CROCKERY,
cent, yet it pays a tariff of from 3 for th* puriMisr of earning the mean® to improve
Iway.s oti hand and Good Attenlim.
BOTH TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY,
land, dtad that he devoted all the fruit® of
and againxt powerful ayndicatea, to 5 cents |>cr pound. This tariff tils
all orders made for teams and veb-
h ® earning« with fidelity to that puriM.ae. In
truxtx, etc., through it, and will gov does not protect anyone, its only ef the spring of the third year he left again and re
a’ sent until the follow ing January, hl®
of which hr offer, at the U»we«t Price, and for
Canyon City, Oregon.
ern themaelvea accordingly; hence, fect being to make the price of our mained
piirp. m - I ring to earn siiffi« lent monr> to pay
Has, al*o. n fine MMsortment of Barbedine
atchmaker A Jeweler
his land. The amount
car|x'ts high. The other 25,000,000 nercsaary wnp 1^. for • considerable
ware—something new, which for Ixaiity <1
sum for a la-
design and fini-h is hard to equal. A fine county muxt depend upon arouxing lbs. is a fine w<x>l that is not raised liorer to gave fiom hl® wag« a during the year, in
J. W. BONEBRAKE.
addition to the necessary fees sud expenses.
line (and in ail -hades), of
partisan zeal, and keeping it at Ixiil- anywhere in the United States, ex He sppeerfl to have done It. and notwithstand
take view, Oregon.
Ing he w as not peiixinnlly present upon tlie land
CHAS. G. FRYE,
ing point until the day of election. cept in some parts of Ohio. This during
the Isst 6 n.onths preceding the comple
of hla entry, the fart ran not deny hl® right,
wool pays a tariff’ of 11 cents per tion
lie ina<1e “a settlement Io person" r»u thia land;
IAHXEY CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
L et it be noted that Mitchell, pound, is used in manufacturing he haa erected a dwelling, he has improved tho
Of every description—Toilet seta; genuine
bronze Lamps with Duplex Burners, one Dolph and Hermann have fallen the finer cassimcrcs and woolen land and he has Inhabited In good faith. When
it Is considered that th'® tract war situated
•nffieient to light the town. Eight*Day
V. .1. MlLLF.n
mile® from the ordinary highway®, re
promptly into line with their par dress gixxls, and also in helping to many
Clocks. and a tine line of
mote from settlements generally, that It is very
ty’s policy of fostering the trusts, work up our finer w<x>ls by being difficult of arrets, and yet that hr haa persist-
Harney City, Oregon.
ently elune to It for three yeats, apply Ing all the
Tobacco and cigars— Pipes, and Meewhaom combines, and other gigantic swin mixed up with it.—Ex.
nil prnrti« e in all the Htate Courts. 1-tf
reaulta of hla labor to (•fl Improvement and ’ta
Pipes a specialty, warranted, oysters, Mar
purchase. If ¡a difficult U> discern a case more
dines, t rackers, all fresh. ***<•<«, !*•<
New Stock of Eine Goods.
worth*. Ilfs "Inhabitancy” of the land Is not
brands. Yeast Powders—everybody
are vigorously at work trying to de T he Ways and Meant committee Imiwarhed after hla residence waaonrr secured
I’RAi TK AL SURVEYOR.
esn draw a prise worth from 25e
by going abr.md to pro« tire means to bring bark
to fl Full line of Mrhool
thereto, improve It and obtain title to If.
Books, and Htatjonery
A. J. BRO WN.
I must rev erar your decision and direct a
of all descriptions
land all kinds ,tt snrreyfnir done on short
patent to Issue to tne claimant.
w® r Vi Lie. «Me “
••G’faaiiuB suarawtred 1—¿~ly
The Cosintry promptly «nd eorrretly tiled. 1-ly speech lately delivered tn the wri- revenue, hv about 425.000.000.
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JNTe'W Balli BEou.se
JOB WORK, .
FINE SILVER WARE
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.