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BURNS, GRANT COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1888.
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descriptive of your neighborhood, j UEMOCK.IT HTATE CONVENTION.
regardless of extra effort at punct The StaieDemocratic Convention met at Pen
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY uation, spelling, capitalizing, or I dleton. April 5, ISSN. J. K. Kelly, of Portluml, Permanent <irganiratiou for the Cam
THE TOWN OF BURNS
paign of 1MHH. Promises fair
C. J. Trenchard, of Clatsop, and W.
confining yourself to one side of the ] chairman,
COGSWELL A- COGSWELL.
I.. Bradahawe, of Yamhill, clerks ( oinmlttees
To I m » the Banner Chib of
Grant County, Oregon.
were appointed us follow a: On credent inis, Bil
The Harney Country.
LAKEVIEW ASP 1.INKVILI.E, Or.
AB IT IS VOICED BY THE HEIIALD.
yeu of Linn, Nesmith of Polk, Craig of Union,
uhvo and Del.and of Baker; on or-
Mt. Vernon Cleveland Club
P ublisher and P roiirietor .
derof huHiness, Herren of Marion, Miller of Kla
write names carefully.
math, llutchins.>n of Douglas, Welch of Clack met at Bent Embree’a on 3d inat^
BU8INF.R8 MEN ABROAD BY LOOKING OVER ITS COLUMNS WILL SEE TIIAT
I». 1 (• It l < I .
Black of I.inn, CrudkLaugh of Was to complete its organization, and to
JNO. E. KOBEBTS. - AKM'late Editor.
T he democratic ;md repul>li<‘tin ganization,
1 newspaper; 2 hotels: 3 aaloona: 1 undertaker; 1 meat market i 2 lawyers: 8 physicians: 1
co. Bowditch of Jackstin, Lent of Multnomah ratify the action of the Democratic
Attorney, Notary Public &, surveyor;
1 land agent; 1 drugstore; 1 Jeweler; 1 blacksmith; 2 livery stables: 2 general mer
I parties of Lake , county have each j Afternoon of
session: A plain, manly letter from County Convention*
THE HERALD'S CHOICE.
chandise stores; 1 bath house; 1 hardware store; 1 barber shop; 1 saw-mili; 2 carpenters; I
read, regretting his inability
T. V. B. Embree was elected per
be pi t sent, lieport of committee* recti
saddle A harness shop. Also, 1 Odd Fellows lodge; 1 reading room; 1 school; 1 church or
| view Examiners through which to to
Adjourned. A rousing speech delivered by manent chairman, Chas. Jones, sec
Hon. John P. Irish, of Cal., at night.
A. C. BRODERSEN,... Lakeview.
Mail a copy of T he H erald to friends in the East. Advertise your town.
April«», morning session: The committee re- retary, Benton Embree, correspond
Any business entrusted to me will receive
| the coming campaign, while the | ported the
ing. secretary, and Messrs. Thos.
most "careful and prompt attention. Land
Examiner maintains a state of subs antially as follows,
and which was re-
matters and Collection a specialty. Corres
SADDLE i HARNESS SHOP
cvived with enthusiasm and adopted without a Gibson, Wm. Page, Adam Robbins,
pondence solicited in English and German.
Sr., executive committee.
P roprietor .
J. C. WELCOME
I We heartily endorse President Cleveland and
The following resolutions were
W ftfv Uinirov ■ITomt.iti tvhrt ia fr» i his administration, also the present Democ ratic
Who IB to | utateadmini.tratiun;
M. A. KELTON.
' 1 l inrnlna
us suggested in the President
Prcsidont ’« s ineiSUSe:
R esolved , That this Club heartily en
| gress, takes the stump against J no. we demand the forfeiture of all unearned land dorses
the action of the county convention
message on for presenting to the voters of fl rant county,
Always Kept on hand. Being u Saddler by Trade is able and ready to work it up
Practices in the courts of the state, and
the Oregon wagon road grants; wo believe that candidates of such exalted merit for honor
pension roll of the Republic should be re
before the lT. S. Land Office.
Hle to explain why, when the rail- the
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as a roll of honor, without imposing up and intelligence as to entitle them the suf
i road land grant forfeiture bill came garded
on the people burdens equal to the maintenanc e frage of all honest voters of Grant county.
army; we extend sympathy to Ire
DEMOCRATIC XATlOX’AbSs V1T*- I I up
2d. That we vote a special compliment to
House of Representatives land in her endeavor
to secure home rule; we
River saddle tree; Spurs—silver inlaid; Whips; Bridles; Harness, etc.
favor The total exclusion of the Mongolians: fa the delegates of Harney precinct, for the
shown by them in selecting our
Satisfaction guaranteed for Cash at reasonable prices. **F"Mr. Wel 1 The national demo*
i vor the election of V. 8. senators by u direct
- -4® aineii4ment.t|iat
....... the .. N. - P. railroad
— — ,wo*o; favor an amen-lMient giving the railroad standard bearer for legislative honors, with
come is, also, an Auctioneer and will attend all such demands.
met in the city of Washington «m ine ¿id day of
ioeuring a u«(ted vote of (¡junt
be exempted from the operation <jf
February, lxsx, has appointed
AV. R. STARK,------- L akeview .
TUESDAY, THE 5TH DAY OF JUKE
Has the largest lot of goods In this fine
i Next, at noon, as the time, and ch* sen the city
3d. That we deprecate and condemn the
CHAS. A. COGSWELL,
F. A. COGSWELL,
ever brought to this section of country and
sold at L ower P rices than offered here.
When in Lakeview call and see.
Livery 1 Feed Stable
P. II. MURPHY.
HAY & GRAIN
Always on hand and Good Attention
riven all orders made for teams and veh-
1 l y
Watchmaker & J eweler
J. W. BONE BRAKE.
Good Work—Reasonable Prices.
Machine Oil, Needles, and Supplies of all Kinds, kept Constantly on Hand.
PIANO, ORGAN, <&, SEWING-MACHINE
V. .J. MILI j EK
ATT() R N E Y-A T-L A W.
Harney City, Oregon.
Will practice in all the State Courts.
Easy Monthly Payments.
HARNEY CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
PR ACT IC AL SURVEYOR.
A. J. BROWN.
SAYER & DORE
NEAR BURNS, OREGON.
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j speedy passage of the River aud Iiurber bill now
of St. Luu;* as the place for holding the natlon-
—1 pending before congress, and we demand the
i al democratic convention. Each state is en-
T1IE East Oregonian says of our bninediate completion of the locks at the Cas-
j titled to representaljon therein equal to double . *
cades and the construction of the same at the]
' the number of its senators and representatives democratic nominee tor congress: Dalles and the improvement of our harbors.
in the eongresa of the United States, and each - -
Nominations being in order, the chair ap- |
territory and the District uf Columbia shall John M. Gearin is a young nmn. a I pointed Cresson of Wasco, Miller of Linn, D’Ar- '
have two delegates.
<■( Msrion hii <1 Mindy ot Multnomah teller»
All democratic, conservative citizens of the
• I The vote for congressman stood:
United States, irrespective of pust political as izer, able and untiring. Thrice in ] oearin
Bennett ...... 25
sociations and differences, who can unite with
On motion of Bennett, Gearin was declured
us in an effort for pure political and constitu the last 15 years he has carried the nominee by acclamation, and made a neat '
tional government, are'cordially invited to Join Multnomah county, the republican speech. Hon. John Burnett of Benton, was i
us in sending delegates to the convention.
nominated for Supreme Judge unanimously,
Wild.1AM II. BARNUM, Ch'm’n, stronghold.
He is not one of the and made a short speech. There were 1<» candi
F rederick (). P rince , Secretary National
dates for Delegates to tho National Convention, .
! Democratic Committee.
the1 6 receiving highest number of votes cast be
declared elected, viz:
He will arouse enthusiasm, ing
. S tate D elegates to N ational C onvention terial.
J. K. Kelly
»1 T. J. Black
' M.S. Hellmau, of Grant; J. K. Kelly, of Mult inspire confidence, assure victory. J. F. Miller
75 Napoleon Davis.. 72
I nomah; j . F Miller, of Klama'li; T. J. Black,
i of Linn; Henry Klippel, of Jackson: Napoleon
I I on . S tephen M oss , of Lake Afternoon session: Six altern'Jes xvero chesen
viz: Richardson, Fentun, Savage, Wisdom, Page
county, has been nominated to suc «nd
Bush, of 6 candidates for Presidential
Electois, the following 3 were elected:
ceed himself in the Oregon State Bilyeu
legislature, lie has served one A n solution declaring Grover Cleveland to be
the fiist choke uf Oregon Democracy for Pres!
term in tiiat capacity with honor to dent, and Sylvester Pennoyer for Vice-Pitsi-
was adopted amid cheers and immense
himself and his constituents, and deut,
applause. The state (vntral committee was
prOB PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS:
the people will do well to return then named, and A. Bush of Salem elected as
chairman. D strict nominalioi.s were made,
thunks returned to the otlicers, people of
W. IL E feingeroí Multnomah. him—it is better to keep that which and
Pendleton and Irnusportulion company.
W. R. B ilyeu , of Linn"
Adjourned, with three cheers for the ticket,
we know not of.
and victory in June and November.
E. R. S kipworth , of Umatilla.
P ropiit rto .: b .
Keeps Constantly on Ilund a Large Stock of
methods used by a few republican leader* in
Harney valley to spread dissension in the
democratic ranks, nv styling some monas
“stockmen” and others as “settlers.” We
propose to figh
¿publicans as republicans,
and we urge oi fellow democrats to join us
in maxing a united effort to defeat the re
publican party, fO as to place the dCMQ*
cratic party in full power in the halls of
The question was then discussed
on division of the county, in form
of a resolution, which was laid over
for final action to next meeting,
Friday, April 13th, at Bent En»-
A general invitation is extended
to democrats favoring division of
the county to be present at the nest
After speeches from several mem
bers, a number of new names was
added to the club list.
This club is to be a permanent
fixture until Grover Cleveland is
re-elected President of the United
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CANYON (TTY COMMENTS.
W e knew this campaign would ]
d . H erald : One busy week
show up the Canyon City News’!
The club met again on tlie 13tji
J ohn M. G earin ,
court has piiBsed, and 5
inst. as per announcement, and a
Its issue e"fo’r: April 1Ycomes to us W *ria'8 had «luring the week.
U —This district is to be congratu- i lively discussion occupied the mem-
poR SUPREME JUDGE:
with the republican ticket at its
W. A. WITJ5HIRE,
J. NAT HUDSON,
I inasthead knd thW'Jk>nio('nitic"ti( k-[
having such an able judge j 1 hers on county division, and no de
And all kinds of Surface Lumber thoroughly seasoned for building purposes and at
WILSHIRE & HUDSON.
L. B. Ison. No judge cision being come to, was laid over
the bench in this to next meeting. Seven new names
poll JUDGE SIXTH DISTRICT:
the ability most of them from J. S. Devine’s
LAKEVIEW AND BURNS. OR.
of the ■ ranch, were added to the club list.
This firm practices in the Courts of the
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| business of the term. By his ener-: The next meeting will be held
State, and before the U. S. Land Office. Having been added they are enabled to fill all orders as soon as received.
Anv business in the Land Office entrusted i N. B.— Good Road all the way.
W e are pleased to learn that our gy, the county is saved thousands at Mr. Hermann’s residence near
to them will obtain prompt attention.
C. A. Cogswell, of Lakeview, of dollars, and the tax payers may ] Saddle Butte, on the evening of
i>wL;intl Cases Solicited.
i May 4th, when it is expected J. C.
has received tho nomination us joint rejoice in this fact.
—The town is full of people. Garrett will address the club, an
i senator from Crook, Lake and
GRANT COUNTY NOMINEES. I Klunimath counties. Mr. C. is an There arc not less than 100 witness invitation to fluii effect having been
GEO. S. 81ZKMORE - - B urns , O r .
Criminal law a specialty.
'able attorney and a staunch Demo- es in attendance nt the present term 1 extended him. Democrats are id-
ways welcome visitors.
i crat. He has practiced law at of court.
T. V. B. EMBREE. M. D.
—The hotels are crowded to their
, Lakeview for the past fifteen years,
Ottico at,his residence on the east side or
Of Drew «y.
i and has gained the confidence and utmost capacity, many having to
Silvie» Ki ver, ten miles below Burns, l-lv
is the better way to work
] friendship of all with whom he has
BURNS, GRANT CO., OREGON,
for the benefit of the Harney coun
! had dealings. His Grant county in private houses here.
Physician & Surgeon.
£0“For Fine Quality and Low Prices, Give us a call.
| friends join T he H erald in wish —Win. Miller is clerk of the try: to plant a spark of dissension
Of John Day.
Dr. S. B. McPheeters
court, and a better selection could in the breasts of two classes of citi
ing him success.
Graduate of Iowa State University, respect
not have been made. Billy is al zens, and keep fanning it into flame
fully offers his professional services to the
J. T. M a el ,
Y ears ago our ‘infant industries’] ways to be found at his post, is week after week, for individual gain
citizens of Burns and surrounding country.
Calls answered at all hours.
made a good article of broadcloth, courteous to all, his work is neat in the end, or to work so as to in
Office at W. E. Grace's Drug Store. 1-ly j
but under our high tariff they were and always ready when culled for. terest a house like the Blooming
O. P. C resap ,
unable to get the proper kind of wool i —Saloons are having a harvest ton Nursery into growing plants of
Of Canyon city.
for nowhere in the United States do I just now, as the cooling beverages (■very description specially for
QOM MISSIONE RS.
A. T a CONNOR
adaptation t<> the requirements of
we raise wool of that fine texture Isold over the counter enable
Any and all kinds of surveying done on short
this section of country, and to put
T. A. M c K innon ,
and tenacity required to make ! witnesses to testify (dearly,
notice and reasonable terms.
wishing to be located, can have plats furnished
prices down to the reach of every
broadcloth and the finest cassi- 1 keep the eyes of the jury open.
free of charge.
H. II. D avis ,
home-making man in the valley, for
Agent for Stayer <fc Walker, Wholesale Dealers in
Of Ixjng Creek.
' forced to give this branch of the ring recess of the court is a game the benefit of all?
Carpenter and Plumber,
T he H erald takes pains to so-
: trade over to the foreign mills, our called faro—named no doubt in
W. A. RODIFER.
Orders for Painting, also, will be skill
tariff, in fact, driving our factories honor of old Pharaoh's daughter, eure the best advantages for its sub
G. K nisley .
fully and promptly filled.
Of John Day.
i out of the business, and protecting who coppered Moses in the bul scribers and other readers, (for we
WAGONS, BUGGIES & CARRIAGES,
have direct evidence that it is ex
the English mills, for today instead rushes.
Liverv and Feed Stable.
borrowed), and baa great
T. J. C ozad ,
W. C. BYRD - - - - P roprietor .
ican industry, we are compelled to Long Creek Engie, who came so pride in tho reliability
Of Canyon City.
A CASH BUSINESS AT BED
£1^ A gent ron F ireman ’ s F und I nsurance C ompany . -O
go to the Englishman and buy tho near writing his own obituary hist sent East Oregon from this house,
product of his mills, and today winter, is in town, having recovered which the following letter will show
Is our motto. Good Buggy Teams, and Nice
J. D. D aley ,
America is paying tribute to Eng from the effects of the shot given has been growing ¡«lants for this
Saddle Horses Furnished at Reasonable Charges
Of Prairie City.
and Particular Attention paid to the Boarding
high and dry climate for years:
land for millions of yards of fine him by Toni WilPanis.
and Groomingof Transient Stock. Hay dr Grain ROBINSON à DODSON
cloth, that should and would, if it —Ex-Judge M. L. Olmstead, nr-
T amx ohhet , Union co., Oregon,
i were not for the high tariff, be made rived on last evening’s stage from
Deccmlicr 2<J, 188?.
M» D ustin ,
Full Supply of
ToG. W. franc, “Bloomington Nuraery,” I’. C.
by American looms.—Ex.
Of Canyon City.
I’. 8. EARLY-------- B urns , O r .
—Hon. T. (’. Ilytle of Baker City D ear S ir . Being desirous of setting out
----- (IE N E R A L R EP AIRIN G-----
F rom a business and social letter is also in town, having been sent young trees in tho spring, I write for your
received by us a few days ago from for as counsel in an important case Catalogue ami Price List.
I got some trees from your agent, C. L.
week, as associate editor, Mr. Jno. a valued friend in the East, we to be tried this term of court,
Durkee, two years ago, and they gave g<H>d
—The concert given by the 8. 8. satisfaction I lost but 1 out of 50, and want
E. Roberts, late of Steelville, Mo., take the liberty of giving to the
Promptly executed. The building is living Beer, Bitters and the Best Cigars in the Market where he has been engaged the past readers of T he H ehai . d the follow- children, m
iiie Masonic iwiii,
last i to try more of your trees. Address
W m . A shby ,
enlarged and improved preparatory to turn
evening, was simply grand.
Talocosset, Union county, Oregon.
seven years in editing and publish ing extract, premising that the wri- Friday
out all kinds oi blacksmithing on short
notice and in best style. Terms: Caah. 1-ly
ing a straight-out, live democratic ter is an old gentleman whose busi The hall was packed tooverfluwing,
Drinks scientifically mixed in style and quantity to suit.
Drmocrnt« to tlie Front!
journal. Hating sold out his in ness takes him among the farmers many being unable to get standing,
terest several months ago, Mr. Rob of the northwestern and southwest room. The parents of the children I Kt>. H erald : N o democrat ran
erts has come to Oregon, with in- ern states, and that he is a close ob taking part m.»y justly fed proud vote against our candidate for reje
A First-Class Billiard Table
I tention of locating in Harney val server of men and things. He says: of them. Miss Mamie Overhalt won resentative without lietrnying the
M rs . L. RACINE - P roirietress .
O^TcE ALWAYS ON HAXD^>
“As you know, I have been trav repeated applause. Her equal as interests of the entire national dem
ley, and we are glad to secure his
A Limited Number of Gue-.t* can secure the
most Comfortable Lodging Rooms in the
eling among the leading farmers an elocutionist is seldom met, and ocracy, and of the nation. This is
services for T he H erald .
Town, at thw House.
and planters of these sections for the certainly not in Grant county. Em- a critical period in the history of
The Tables always supplied with all the Eat-
“Our young friend and fellow-fownsmnn,
. inn Parrish, as “Mother Goose," was the democracy. This is a senato
abk-a the market afford»,
Jno. K. Roberts, late editor of the demo past twenty years, and am free to
cratic campaign paper, Cuba Telephone, has say that I have never known them the bright star among tlie little rial as well as a presidential year.
Livery & Feed Stable
decided to accept nil offer made him Mtine so stirred up as they were by Cleve folks.
P F STENGER.
Lulu Cosad also acted her A defeat of the legislative candidate
time since, and engage in the newspaper
busine-s at Burn*, in Grant county. Ore land’s single-barrel tariff message ■ part very nicely, and in fact they in Grant county might result in
Keep. constantly on hand a Full Line rff
gon. which we see from an exchange, is one shot.
It set them to thinking and I all did so well that cad» one de giving the U. S. senator to the re
of the most piomisirig towns itt Eastern Or
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING,
inquiring—to investigating the why serves sfs’dal mention, bat were I publican party, and ns a natural
HATS. CAPS. BOOTS. AND SHOES
Good Accommodations at Resaonable
every branch of the craft, an intelligent and wherefore of tlie burdens and to attempt it I fear I should utterly consequence, it will retain the re
editor, a sprightly writer, and a capable, grievances they
HARDWARE. TINWARE. QUEENSWARE
have so long ' fail to give them the credit justly publicans in power in the senate.
well-educated young man. who. in depart
GLASSWARE AND. ALSO. CROCKERY,
Every democrat should work and
and chronically com due them.
ing, leaves manv friend« in this county, groaned
BOTH TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY,
'■ whose good wi’he« will accompany him to plained of; until now, while they
—Thus. (». Smith, who for the vote as though it would take his
whatever aeetkm he goes May the most
GROCERIES, NOTIONS, A SCHOOL SUPPLIES abundant
ON A CASH BASIS.
proepetiLV and happiness await still point out those grievances, in past week has been prospecting up work and vote to elect our < andi-
£W“ AI1 of which he offer, al the Unrest Price, and for- fy-i.-h Only -*71 ly
him in his new field of labor. *—Crawford stead of a hopless lament, one sees i Canyon creek, thinks he has struck datc to the legislature, and c.i if ou
F. J. WELLS,------- P roprietor .
him alone depended the election of
a grim smile of satisfaction in tho a paying bed of gravel
Is prepared to furnish all kinds of fresh
—If some honest granger would a democratic U. 8. senator. Let
meats, sau-agc. etc. Leave your order.
T he H erald '» column* have be conviction that the remedy is in
come no crowded, the past six their own hands. They know their 1 visit this town with n load of bacon, there be no laggards, no cowards,
P roprietor weeks, with advertising, local cor numerical strength, and the ‘trusts’ butter and eggs, he could very no kickers and no traitors in our
respondence, and other valuable and ‘combines’ have taught them readily exchange them for coin, aa coming campaign. Men who be
communications, solicited by us in not only thu advantages but the ab such articles of merchandise arc tray the party will have crossed the
order to make it of greatest interest solute necessity of close organiza vory scarce, and in fact not to he political deadline. Let traitors go
CHAS. SAMPSON - - B urns . O r .
to the rear and patriots step to thu
to its patrons, we have made every tion. And they are organizing. In had.
arrangement to publish an all-at- my opinion many professional poli —Politics are very quiet here, the front! Then when the sun of next
home paper, within the next four ticians will be dazed by the vote of f principal candidates being very June’s first Monday sets, the wel
weeks, wherein there will be plenty next November. Aye, and there ■ busy in their usual occupation, but come plaudit to the democracy will
B. F. LLOYD------- P roprietor .
A New Stock of Eine Goods.
for every live section in East are congressmen, too, making tariff I presume they will call around be, “Ergles, to your heights!'’ and
This lintel lately refurnished, offer» *pe-
rial inducement* in a<*ci>mn«<Mlan.in toihe
records this winter which they will and see you between this and the to the republicans, “Rats, to your
to put itself in print.
traveling public,whose patronage in solicited
F abius M aximus ,
Patraña may rcat aranr*d that an orderly, well fc«f4 hotiae will he maintained, and no
G abhiel .
repent in less than twelve 4th of June,
Table furn shed with the beat »he mar
wrv»ng-«1nfna tolerate*I, and the qna’ity of the Gouda uaaurpawed by any other ranecta-
Boat Ford, April 16, 1866.
City, April 16, 1888.
publicans, write up the good points month*.
ble busintn in our Une.
Any and all kinds of surveying done on short
notice, an 1 satisfaction guaranteed. 1—5—ly
WINhS & LIUUUHS.
WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS.