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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1888)
Vol. 1—No. 28.
H erald .
GRANT COUNTY. OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1888.
IM) YOU WANT IKILBH?
yeft/s are employed working 10
hours 0 days a week the year round,
and, to add to their hopeless misery,
the manufacturers' have imported
hundreds of thousands of Hunga
rians from a country which has en
joyed a protective tariff for centu
ries, and whose inhabitants are lit
tle better than slaves) to compete
with them. This is what your pro
tective tariff has done iur you.—Ex.
$2.80 a Year.
Ex-Governor Grover is now on
THE TOWN OF BURNS
It is no longer any secret that Mr.
his way home to Portland, from a
GRANT CO. OREGON.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
WILSHIRE & HUDSON.
AS IT IS VOICED BY THE HERAUF.
' publican party for re-election to the
The U. R. government has sent
senate. There is no doubt that it
♦ 11,250 to Corvallis for the agricul
BUSINESS MEN ABROAD BY LOOKING OVER ITS COLUMNS WILL SEE THAT
D. L GRACE,
is he and his backers and pushers
tural station there.
P ublisher and P roprietor .
‘¿hotels: 8 saloons: 1 undertaker; 1 meat market; 2 lawyers; 8 physicians: 1
who are causing enconiuniB upon
LAKEVIEW AND BURNS, OR.
The April run of salmon is said surveyor; 1 land agent; 1 drugstore; 1 jeweler; 1 blacksmith; *2 livery stable«: 2 general mer
his great talents and services to be
chandise stores; 1 hardware store; 1 saw-mill; 1 carpenter; 1 saddle & harness shop. Also,
This firm practices in the courts of the State,
to have been better than it has been 1 Odd Fellows lodge; 1 reading room; 1 school; 1 church organization.
and before the U. 8. Land Office. Any Land published throughout the state.
Office or other business entrusted to them will
Mail a copy of T he H erald to friends in the East. Advertise your town. -W1
receive prompt attention.
The re-election of Dolph means
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WOLAND OASES SOLICITED, l-y
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The acreage for corn is said to be
the complete subordination of the
Gue Year (iu advance)
interests of the people of the state, tion tool, but he was dected by the increasing every year in the Wil
and particularly of Eastern Oregon, use of Joe Sinton’s mopey, and cor- lamette valley.
HERALD CLUB LIST:
to the paramount interests, to his porationists like Simon don’t put up
The Railroad hotel at Ontario has t
15.75 GEO. 8. SIZEMORE - - B urns , O r .
Herald and The Century, one year
view, of the corporations, the capi money to elect a man unless they again changed hands, O. W. Scott
Herald and St. Nicholas,
Criminal law a specialty.
Herald and Demorest Magazine, one year
talists, and Portland. That he was can handle him. Joe is too smart having taken charge.
CHAS. E. BOSWELL
Herald and Peterson Magazine
j1 and would be a mere servantTrf th'e ♦"■buy a p’g iw
John M. Gearin ami Gov. Pen-
J. C. PARKER, BURNS, AGENT.
T- V. B. EMBREE, M. D. I railroads and money power, was Review.
Office at his residence on the east sjde of Sil
known when he was elected before,
vios River, ten miles below Burns.
A n exchange has selected from
as well as it is known now; yet we among the many candidates the thusiastic audiences at various
1 wk 2 wk 1 mo S mo 6 mo 1 yr.
! have some hope that the republi name of the next republican presi points in the state.
1 inch (1 60 12 50 >5 oo (H 00 <11 00 |15 00
12 00 | (« 28 00
y 3 00 4 00 6 8 50
Leaves VALE on Mondays and Thursdays at 4:30, a. m.
The case of G. W. Hunt vs. the
00 15.00 •24 OU 40 00
cans in the next legislature, who dential nominee:
8 50 5.00
4 50 6.00 10 oo 20 00 32 00 •>o 00
at BURNS on Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 p. m.
hail from Eastern Orgon, ifi any
6 00 9.00 15 00
1*2 00 16 00 28.00 48.00 80 OU 120 00
Graduate of Iowa State University, respect I
Leaves BURNS on Mondays and Thursdays at 4:30 a. m.
transferred to the U. S. district
20 00 30 00 40 00 60 00 110 ou 140 00 fully otters his professional services to the citi such there be, will no longer meek
zens irf Burns and surrounding country. Calls
Arrives at VALE on Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 p. m
ly and blindly follow the dictation
answered at all hours.
Office at W. E. Grace’s Drug Store.
i of the Portland bosses, and thus
fl^LIbenil réduction to «Il >e*rly «dver
tisers. Call at Office, or write to Publisher.
leave the people of Eastern Oregon
The Malheur and Harney Lakes.
United States, says the East Orego
Cuts charged extra, according to space;
gSF'Close connection at VALE with stage for ONTARIO.
not only without representation,
The West Shore, in an article nian, has a brother living in Seatie,
none but metal base admitted.
but with an enemy in the United entitled “The Lakes of Oregon,” doing business as a merchant.
ffiffi^As we stereotype all our advertisements
airchanges after 1st four publications, fl each.
Offers his professional services to the citizens :
gives the following description of
of Burns and vicinity. Office at residence 8. of I States senate.
Portland’s railroad bridge across
ggg* Advertising in local columns, 10c a line. T he H erald Building.
Why was nothing done—or next Malheur and Harney lakes:
Willamette is nearing comple
MMffi»Marriage, birth, and death announce
to nothing—last year on the Cas
“Malheur and Harney lakes were
ments free. Such items solicited as news.
tion, and the draw will lx‘ finished
separate bodies of water-until a few
gg g Liberal rates offered to religious, social,
and educational bodies.
engineer Parker, and soon after he i years ago. They were only divided in two weeks.—West Side.
A. L. CONNOR
The Columbia river lias risen
was promoted to the superintenden- by a narrow bar of gravel, which,
Any and all kinds of surveying done on short
notice and reasonable terms,
Settlers ! cy of West Point.
Dolph is yet, in 1887, was broken through by the quite rapidly at The Dalles during
wishing to be located, can have platB furnished
| and all through his term has been, waves, and the lakes became united. the past few warm days, and the
Every style of Job Work executed with neat free of charge.
ness and dispatch, and at reusvnal'le rates:
practically, the attorney of the Or- The valley in which they lie is near fish wheels on the beach are now
1 egon Railway and Navigation corn- the middle of Grant county, and is nfloat.—Catholic Sentinel.
Carpenter and Plumber i pany; and as such we fully believe, generally spoken of as the Harney Mayor John Gates, of Portland,
and all the circumstances justify us valley. In a former period, of died on April 30th, aged GO years.
ffij^^Our Office material. Job Stock, Stereo-
W. A. RODIFER.
Vplnk Outfit, Ac., are all new. The mechani
Orders for Painting, also, will be skillfully ' in believing that the work on the which I have spoken, it was entire
cal departmeut is in charge of printers bred to
He left an estate valued at $70,00).
the business, which is an assurance that orders and promptly filled.
locks was not prosecuted because ly covered with water. The ancient Van B. Delashmutt was elected to
will be correctly filled.
j Dolph and the Portland ring of re lake was over 1000 square miles in fill out his unexpired term.
T h « H erald is kept regularly on file for re
A New Stock of Fine Goods.
ference, in the Geo. P. Rowell New«j»a]»er Ad
publican boodlcrs and capitalists extent, and had an outlet into the
vertising Bureau, 10 Spruce it.. New Y ork.
Livery and Feed Stable, did
not wish to sec any progress in Snake river. The modern lake on
direction. So when the farm ly covers about 150 square miles, belonging to the Oregon Pacific,
P roprietor , i
W. C. BYRD
ers of Eastern Oregon and Wash- and its waters do not overflow. It i took fire from some unknown cause
the 17th ult., but the blaze was soon
may rest assured that an orderly, well-kept house will be maintained, and no
A CASH BUSINESS AT BED ington were asking relief from the is shallow and brackish. As this extinguished. The damage was: Patrons
wrong-doing tolerated; and the quality of the Goods unsuipassed by any other respecta
ble business in our line.
. Thos. F. Bayard
Secretary of State
was there counseling with his broth region, it has not the picturesque ♦75.
. . .Chas. 8. Fairchild
Secretary of Treasury
Secretary of Ulterior
The Albany State Rights Demo- j
Wm. C, Endicott
Is our motto. Good Buggy Teams, and Nice er attorneys, as to the best means surroundings of the other lakes of
Secretary of War
W. C. Whitney Saddle Horses Furnished ut Rvanonnblr C-hMwet»
Secretary of Navy
rwnarKB: 1 here is a general in
A. H. Garland and Groomingof Transient Stock. Hay A Grain
quiry about when the Oregon Pa
by the commission.
Easter Monday In Washington.
cific will start up. Depend on it,
Is this the sort of a man republi
Monday, or “egg-rolling it will start up. It is sure to be I
(J. N. Dolph, (R)
NEAR BURNS, OREGON.
U. 8. Senators
j J. II. Mitchell,(R)
... Binger Hermann, (R)
in the senate 6 years longer? Yet j day,” as it known to the children built, and never let that idea get ■
Sylvester Ren noyer, (D)
of Washington, is looked forward to out of your head.
.......Geo. W. McBride, (R)
P roprietors .
whether you like it or not, he is
Secretary of State
SAYER <t DORE
G. W. Webb, ( j) P. S. EARLY
urns , O r
the man your republican represen with even greater anticipation by
J. B. McElroy, (K)
Supt. Public Instruction
........ Frank Baker 1
the juvenile portion than are any of
Keep« run«tantly on hand a large «fork ot
tatives will be compelled to vote
ï f R. 8. St
------- , , )D)
Wm. P. Lord. (R)
the holidays. Just how the custom started up in Malheur county, and
* W. W. Thayer, (D)
for, if the people elect thefn.
is preparing to make a vigorous fight'
of rolling eggs originated, I have
for the county scat. It is located f
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
f you want your town to im been unable to ascertain. It is a
L. B. I son . (I))
the Malheur river, G miles above
M. D. C lifford , (D)
prove, improve it. Don’t go to sleep, purely local institution, and had its
The citizens raised at one
but get, up and work for it; push;! origin many years ago. Formerly
COU N T Y—G B A N T :
meeting ♦ISO for advertising their
............8. J ohnson , (R)
the capitol grounds were given up I
N. R. M axky .(R)
J. T. M abl , (1>)
and talk favorably; if you have any . to the children upon Easter Mon town.
E. H all , (H) Promptly executed. The building lias been en
The Corvallis Gazette says that |
I T. A. M c K innon , (D) larged and improved and is prepared to turn property, improve it; paint your day, but for some reason it was de
$ T. H. M kadok ,
(D) out all kinds of blacksmithing on short notice
and in the best style. Terms: Cash.
houses; clean up your back yards; cided two or three years since to the growth of the Presbyterian
.......... A. C. D ore , (D)
--- j make your surroundings pleasant, throw open the White Hcuse church in Oregon during the past
M. D. C ameron , (D;
H. F. D odson , (D)
School Superintendent .
ten years has been remarkable.
i and you will feel better and your grounds instead.
J.C. LUCE, (R)
And all kinds of surface lumber thoroughly seasoned for building purposes and at
I property will be worth more dol-
This year the children were for The presbytery that met at Albany
LAKEVIEW U. B. LAND OFFICE:
........ A. F. S nkllino , (D)
W. M. T ownsend , (D)
number of new churches added to
B usiness has been steadily pros- pleasant Easter Mbnday, and early ’ the roll and several new ministers
U. S. MAILS.
in the day the crowds commenced i
' fiering since the inauguration of a
M rs . L. RACINE - P roprietress .
to appear from every section of the ■joined the presbytery.
burns — valk :
: democratic national administration
Arrives Tuesdays anff Fridays at 6p m.
city. They came in carriages, in
Jesse Applegate, the “Sage of I
Leaves Mondays and Thursdays at 4:30 a m.
most comfortable lodging rooms in the town at and democratic reform methods in
N. B. A Good road all the way.
BURNS—CAM YOM CITY:
Here is the proof of it: In dainty little frocks and accom Yoncalla,” died quite suddenly |
The Tables always Supplied with all the Eat 1885.
Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 4 p m.
ables the market affords,
Leaves Wednesdays and Saturdays at 4 a m.
1884 the number of business fail
BURNS— PRINEVILLE :
ures in the country was 11,620; in caps, they came in street cars and I 30th, aged 78 years, lie was born
Arrives Thursdays at 4 a m.
SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP.
1885 it was 11,116; in 1886 it was on foot, until the grounds surround in Kentucky; emigrated to Missouri
Leaves Thursdays at 6 a m.
10,568, and in 1887 it was 9,940. ing the executive mansion were and married there; in 1843, he
BURNS— LAKEVIEW :
P roprietor .
Arrives Wednesdays at 9 pm.
The business failures for last year fairly swarming with children of came to Oregon, where he soon be J. C. WELCOME
Leaves Thursdays at 6 a m.
J. C. PARKER, Postmaster.
were thus almost 2,000 less than every color and all possible descrip came quite prominent. In 1846,
POWELL & SUMMERVILLE. they were during the year immedi- ( tions. All social barriers were sev , he discovered and pioneered the
ately preceding the inauguration of ered and all met upon a truly dem- | southern route into Oregon by way
The dainty little 1 of the Klamath country, Rogue riv-'
ggg“ Good Accommodations at fteasonsble President Cleveland, yet the num ’ ocratic equality.
HARNEY LODGE. NO. 77. I. O. O. F.
Always Kept on hand. Being a Saddler by Trade 1« able and ready to wont itup
tot from the west end eould lie seen er valley, the Canyon and the Uni[>- ‘
Meet« at Odd Fellow« Hall, every Saturday at
M L. FENWICK. N. O.
-------------- WITH NEATNESS AND DESPATCH--------------
C mab . G unther . Bect’y.
over lOp.OOO during that time, j
a full line of Saddles—the celebrated Stag saddle tree and White
The old republican war-cry, “The to the little black Arab whose clay- I the state constitutional convention,)
River saddle tree; Spurs—silver inlaid; Whips; Bridles; Harness, etc.
democrats will ruin the business of
ON A CASH BASIS.
Satisfaction guaranteed for Cash at reasonable pri-es. FJ^T’Mr. Wel
A METHODIST CHURCH
the country” will never be heard the alley. All were happy together. visional government of the terri
come is, also,
When the President came down tory.
Organization exists in Bums, and a com
1« prepared to furnish all kind« of freak again. Lower taxes and business
modious house is in course of erection.
meats, sausage, etc. Leave your order.
From the Lake County Examiner.
prosperity go hand in hand.—Ex.
We want and need a railroad.
at mid-day, he found that the chil
And will attend all such demands.
THE BURNS 8CHOOL
M rs . C leveland has the reputa dren had invaded the east room in
H. Schmink is »gent for Henley’s
In Town-Hall in Burns.
tion of being an Exceptionally good such numbers as to fill every avail Monarch Fence Machine.
la a large, white building, conveniently ar
ranged for the accommodation of both sexes
i housekeeper, and it is told that in able nook and corner, and as each
Le out of town limits Mrs. Canfield, teacher.
Willow Ranch flour is I selling at
CHAS. SAMPSON - - B urns . O r . the privacy of her life at Oak View had brought with Idin a supply of ♦3.25 per 1000 lbs in thousand
she will sometimes don a big white hard ’toiled eggs which in some un
apron, and, with feather-duster in accountable way he managed to pound lots or more.
Carefully edited and conducted in the interest
congkkshional m « wh .
P rineville , O regon
C. A. GILBERT,
of all Is ewtablished in Burns, and circulates in
hand, go over the house, putting accidentally drop upon the floor or
every part of Harney Valley—T he E ast orb -
gow H erald .
B. F. LLOYD------- P roprietor .
i break upon the furniture, the ap-
Thia Hotel lately furnished, offers special in well-dusted comers.
She invades pearance of the room at the clone of ' the house May Sth, by a vote of 161
dneements in aecmnmodatton to the traveling
public, whose patronage is solicited.
her kitchen when she thinks it this nover reception can 1« better to 60.
Table furnished with the best the mar
A deck ha« been fitted up In T he H erald keT affords.
imagined than dwribed. The
The Chinese Treaty was ratified
office, where all the leading periodica!« raaca
mirers even go so far as to say if President, however, took in all by the senate May Sth. Mitchel)
zinee, weeklies, and Oregon newspapers. are
placed at the di«p>ieal of all JoTer» of good liter
worse came to worse she could make good naturedly, and had a pleasant opposed it.
atnre. A medial Invitation extended.
STATE INSURANCE CO. a pot of coffee or hake a pie fit for word for all.
W. E. GRACE -
- A gent —a president.— Ex.
A laska is calling for a territorial the tariff debate.
B urns , O regon .
Or the 61.*«|0,(MJ0 people in the form of government.
The ISO,000,000 Pension Bill has PIANO, ORGAN, & SEWING-MACHINE
The satisfactory manner in which the Mate i United States, 6,000,000 are em
Insurance ( ompany, of Hale tn, < >reg<>n. baa eon
T he Cascade tunnel on the M. P.
ducted its tmalnesa. and paid Its kwm-s. la proven ployed in the protected industries.
hv the fart that for the ps«t four jeers IT HAM
Th« senate appropriated ♦50.000
RBCUVKD NoRK FKEMICMH. INJURED I And in these industries nine-tenths railroad is nearly complete.
MORE H<»ME?*, and different pn>j*r1ira. IMBU
I of the strikes occur, the lowest
ED M ore PoLKTEF.aad FA ID MORE
In Oregon and M sshintton Territory than any
M O N T H I. Y
der Citv. Col.
wage« are paid children of tender and will »oon be in use.
From East Oregonian:
1. SAT HUDSON. I