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Vol. 1—No. 2Ö.
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GRANT COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1888.
GE.11UN OX THE TARIFF.
FROM WASHINGTON, p..c.
A Choice of Policy. Consider Well
and Choose Wisely.
$2.80 a Year.
E d . H erald : With the tariff dis
Tho following is a summary of
Under our present tariff the Eastern man-
j Mr. Gearin’s remarks on the tariff cussion in the house, Barnum’s cir . ufactures have accumulated all that the ag
THE TOWN OF BURNS
PUBLISHED EVBRY W.EI>NE*«>AY
WSÄVELL. I iu his speech at Pendleton, May 1st, cus in town, 4qd tho annual spring ricultural West has created without being
GRANT CO. OREGON.
; able to eave.—Farmer's Voice.
AS IT IS VOICED BY THE HERALD.
It was said that if tho tariff on progress, times havo been exceed ■ states,’ as Blaine calls them-Maine,
BU8INKS8 MEN ABROAD BY LOOKING OVER ITS COLUMNS WILL SEE THAT
was reduced wool would be ingly lively at tho national capital ! New Hampshire, Vermont, Massa
P ublisher and P uophie '.' or .
at-Law. 1 cheaper.
But who know this? What during the past week.
chusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Is 1 newspaper; 2hoteln. 3 saloons: 1 undertaker; 1 meat market; 2 lawyers; 3 physician«: 1
surveyor; 1 land agent; 1 drugstore; 1 jeweler; 1 blacksmith; 2 livery stables: 2 general mer
— mason was there for saying so? The
A few weeks ago it was predicted land, New York, New Jersey and chandise stores; 1 hardware store; 1 saw-mill; 1 carpenter; 1 saddled harness shop. Also,
~ ieea of wool had always been high- that Congress’would adjourn before , Pennsylvania. These are the “pro- 1 Odd Fellows lodge; 1 readiug room; 1 school; i church orgauisatiou.
Mail a copy of Tua H erald to frleuds in the Eaat. Advertise your town.
Bix MoiAhs ’ . .
in the past, under a low than un the time set for holding the two , tected” states. In them the bulk of
One Year (in advance).......
der a high tariff. No one could de great conventions, but it is now gen . the manufacturing is done. They
ny this. The scare about wool was erally conceded that the session will hold four-fifths of the U. 8. bonds.
HERALD CLUB LIST:
merely a bugaboo to get votes. Let extend well into and possibly That is, of $645,000,000 U. 8. bonds
and T^e CknturyKölteycar
A. C. BRO
,... Lakeview. any one take the present tariff through the summer.
in the country in 1880, $529,000,000
Herald und Deraorrst M
ne, one vear.. 8.TÖ
2L75 ^Jlny buAii
to me, will recelV- schedule, and compare it with the
Herald r.ud PeteMon M
The discussion between Senators were held in the industrial states.
Herald aud Gode/t
most careful and prompt t ention.
proposed reductions and figure for Ingalls and Voto'h^ee on Tuesday . In theso states are thousands of CHAS. G. FRYE,
. * hiiuself hoTT inuahjhe would be la>^-
"has tk?en a'£"*>1 i£kic of dis
efitrOd on thtj purchase*'of 'Aeeessa-
cussion, and espeemliy among the facturers are plentiful—how many
ries—the clothing—everything that . Dv&JCllviu
<.11 ILL cJlvcllUvID
I Ilv* capi-
Vcl£)l* millionaire farmers are there?
These nine ‘industrial states’ are
I Wk 2 wk 1 mo -3 nu» 6 mo 1 yr.
richest of all the states. And
^».0U 41100 >15 00
1 inch >1 50 r¿.5o
that the U. S. senate is one of the
6.50 12 00
I her shoe—the stoves, tinware, glass-
yet they are crying out for more
KOO 1.» 00
3 50 6.00
Ci.00 10 00 20 00
i and crockery, almost everything, parliamentary bodies in the world, ‘protection.’ In 1880, the net profit
9 00 15 00 2« <K>
J- A <*oL
co 4« 0O
SO.-.O P.O 00
12 00 1G 00
Practices in the courts o e Btate, and before
and find out how much could be and and for this reason the scone of on manufacturing in these states
*20.00 30.00 40.00 GO 00 110.00 140.00 the U. S. Land office.
: ought to be saved consumers by a Tuesday last appears the more ex was $434,(XX),000, or 25 per cent on
<*91 Liberal 1 eduction to all yearly ad ver
reduction of taxation.
traordinary, and it is rendered still the capital invested. In 1886, the
tisers. Call at Offi e, or write to Publisher.
more astounding from the fact that profits on fanning was 3 J per cent.
t barged extra, according to space:
none but metal base admi ted.
of the republican minority of the it was made by two of the most What causes this inequality? The
CSJP-As ws atereotvpe all our advertisements
ways and means committee, pro prominent members of that body. manufacturers arc protected from
all changes after 1st four publications, $1 each.
against the injury to farmers Every one’now regrets the occur foreign competition by a tariff so Patrons may rest assured that an orderly, well-kept house will be maintained, and no
£9"* Advertising in local columns, 10c a line.
W. R. STA
---- L akeview . the proposed free list would be, and I 1 rence, and Senator Dolph, who pre high as to be practically prohibito wrong-doing tolerated; aud the quality of the Goods unsurpassed by any other respecta*
Marriage, birth, and death announce
ments free. Such items solicited as dows .
then read such articles on the free sided during the controversy, is ry; this enables them to form ble business in our line.
Iles the largest Jot of oods in thJs line ever
£9“ Liberal rates offered to religious, social,
blamed upon all sides. The friends
brought to this section
ountry, and said at
L ower P rices than offer
here. When in and dates, and asked how American of Mr. Ingalls say that when Mr. themselves to produce only a cer
Lakeview, call and sou.
farmers were to be ruined by allow Voorhees interrupted Mr. Ingalls tain amount, thus keeping up the
ing these tilings to come in free.
and called him a liar, and Repre prices on articles that the people
Every style of Job Work executed with neat
Johnson an infamous must have. Is it surprising that
ness and dispatch, and at rcaBonablo rates:
He had noticed that a Chineso
NEAR BURNS, OREGON.
Livery s Feed Stable Joss
had teen imported free, and scoundrel, he should have been com after 20 years of such protection’
Curd«, Ticke: h ,
i wondered objection had not been pelled to at once apologize for hia these ‘industrial states’ should well
I lodge: R, Etc.
SAYER & DORE
P roprietors .
nigh own the rest of the states? Tho
OREGON. made to their competition with do conduct or be expelled from the
£Sy-Our Qfflce material, Job Stock, Stereo
senate; while upon the other hand,
typing Outfit, &r., are ail new. The met hani-
Keeps cftpstantly on bund a large atock of
cal deparcinoul is in charge of prime;# bred to
IAY A 1RAIN
the friends of Mr. Voorhees say that mines—and lands,; that they have
the business, which is uu assurance ’.hat orders
will be correctly tilled.
servile tools in congress and the
Ahunas on hand, and pro
t attention given
birth to 25 children in 30 years, and there would have been no disorder
T he H erald is kept regularly on file for re all orders for teams and vehicles.
j ' on the floor if there had been no state legislatures, to guard their in
ference, in the Geo. 1’. Kuwell Newspaper Ad
vertising Bureau, U Spruce st., New York.
demonstration in the galleries, and terests? Yet these ‘infant indus
■ tect American mothers.
’ cry out that the people will be
Watchmaker & J eweler Mr. Gearin then quoted from ed- they hold Mr. Dolph responsible for tries,
ruined unless they can get more
i itorials in the Oregonian declaring
‘protection.’ Yet if the farmers are
; (he protective tariff laws a bundle disorder to develop in the galleries. “still in business, at the old stand”
i of iniquities, and the lumber tariff The matter is, however at an end, with but 3j per cent profit on their
. Tims. F. Bayard
Secretary of State
[ the greatest iniquity of all, but now and there will be no apologies and
Sv. i«iary of Treasury
capital, the manufacturers can man
W. T. Vilas
Secretary of Interior
I the Oregonian is opposing the de- no continuation of hostilities.
...... Win. C. Endicott
Secretary of War .
IIARNEY CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
age to exist on something less than
Secretary of Navy
The nomination by the President
| mocratic party because it is trying
. Don M. Dickinson
25 per cent.
*.............. A. ii. Gari«ud
And all kinds of surface lumber thoroughly sosivoued for building purposes and at
I to keep its pledges and abolish those of Melville W. FrrilBVf-of Chicago,
Daughters of the horse leach arc
| iniquities. He asked voters to sup
these nine industrial states, crying
port the democratic party which is court, meets with general approval. “Give! Give!” And they are the
L. 8. Senators
| j H Mitchell.dt
Binger Hermann, (R;
what the Oregonian declared Since tlfe death of chief justice centres of wealth. They have the
neyT ■, Oregon.
Governor ...................... Sylvester l’un noyer, ( D)
Secretary of State
Gvo. W. McBride, (R)
was right, with the party Waite the question of his successor other states more or less heavily
................................ G. W. Webb, (|>)
Supt. Public Instruction ...... J. B. McElroy, (R)
that is endeavoring to keep faith I has excited an interest commensu mortgaged to them. Here is a table
rate with the fact that the office is
i R. 8. Strahan, )D)
with the people and benefit them.
showing the amount of farm mort- ,
/Win. P. Lord, (R)
the highest in the gift of the Pres
) W. W. Thayer, (D)
gages on the ten leading agricul
Binger Hermann compares the ident. Although Mr. Fuller has tural states:
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
District Judge .......
L. B. I son , (D)
good manners of the republican never been upon the bench, he is
M. D. C lifford , (D)
Any and all kindir'of surveying done on short
Senate with the bad manners of the well known in Washington, as he Illinois .
notice, and satisfaction guaranteed. 1—5—ly i
COV N TY—-G BA N T :
J. C. WELCOME
P roprietor .
democrat House, thusly: “In the has frequently appeared before the Iowa .
. J. B. J ohnson , (R)
N. R. M axey .(R)
J. T. M a el , (I>)
................ E. H all , (R)
among its members, while in the lawyer. He is about 55 years old, M issouri..
J } T. H. M eador , (D>
house, there is none.” He gives and has never to any extent l>een Minnesota
J. II. N eal . (R)
this democratic lack of good breed mixed up in politics. It is gener
A. c. D ore , (D)
M. D. C ameron , (D) J. 1$. INGRAM,
Always Kept on hand. Being a Raddler by Trade is able and ready to wotk it up
ing as one of many reasons why he ally conceded that the President
.II. F. D odson , (I>)
J.C. LUCE, (R)
----------------WITH NEATNESS AND DESPATCH----------------
A full line of frerhr GooHs kept in stock, and got so little work done for Oregon could not have selected a man for
This state of affairs has been rec Aino, a full line of Saddles—the celebrated Stag saddle tree and White
LAKEVIEW U. S. 1. LAND OFFICE:
offered at reasonable prices?
Register,....................... .........A. F SNELLING, (D)
ognized and pointed out by every
. W. M. TO » N8END, (D)
strange to see how eager the gently have met with a more hearty ap President since Grant, and one River saddle tree; Spurs—silver inlaid; Whips; Bridles; Harness, etc.
CANYON CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Satisfaction guaranteed for Cash at reasonable prices. ESF'Mr. Wel
nurtured Binger is to be returned proval, especially in the western
U. s. MAILS.
remedy suggested: reduction of the come is, also,
C. V S’yïEK,
BURNS— vale :
tariff*. Arthur was especially earn
A TTOR N W-A T-L A W.
democrats. It is their ready per
Arrives Tuesdavs and Fridays at 6 p m.
in his recommendations on the
Leaves Mondays aud Thursdays nt 4:30 a m.
Grow th of a Ilia ¡look.
ception of the monoply tendency of
attend all such demands.
subject. In his message of 1882, he
C annon O jty , O p ..
When Webster’s Unabridged was
his bills that he denominates ‘'dis
Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 4 p m.
Leaves Wednesdays and Saturdays at 4 am.
courtesy,’” just as he paraded the first published in one volume, it was | “I heartily approve the Secretary ’» recom
. burns — trin eville :
i “ignorance” of Eastern Oregonians a comparatively small book. Some mendation of immediate and extensive re
Arrives Thursdays at 6 a m.
Leaves Thursdays at 6 a m.
last fall when he made his exten years after, an addition was made duction in the annual revenues of the gov
ernment. It will I ms remembered that I
burns —L akeview
sive tour through that part of the of 1500 pictorial illustrations, a ta urged upon the attention of congress at its
Arrives Wednesdays nt 9 pm.
state, and found democrats along ble of synonyms, and an appendix last session the importance of relieving the
Leaves Thursdays at 6 a an.
C. A. GILBERT,
P rineville , O rego
J. C. PARKER, Postmaster.
his line of inspection, just as ready of new words that had come into industry and enterprise of the country from I
the presence of unnecessary taxation. • • •
use. A few years later came an That only such taxes ought to be levied as
Has also a fiflt^sortnvct of Barbedine ware— ing among them dressed like any entirely new revised edition of lar are necessary for a wise and economical ad
something new, which to* beauty of design and
in all common man, his spotless linen ger size, with 3000 pictorial illustra ministration of the government.”
finish is hard to equal. A fine line (and L.
HARNEY LODGE. NO. 77, I. O. O. F.
Was Arthur a “free trader?” If
Meets at Odd Follows Hall» every Saturday At shades), of
j and jewels laid aside, and jocular tions; then, after an interval of a
7 jjnp m,
M. U FENWICK, N. G.
C hah . G unther , Sect’y.
” as few years, a biogfsplucaldictionary his language can be construed to
the republican newspapers spread . °f Dearly 10,000 names, and a sup- mean “free trade,” then indeed the
themselves in the telling over Web- plement of nearly 5000 new words democratic party today advocates
A METHODIST CHURCH
foot; how the “gentleman from Or- were added; and now there has free trade; but absolute free traders |
Organization exists in Burns, and a com
” has regaled other Washing-; come another new and most valua- are as scarce as hen’s teeth.
modious house is in course of erection.
But Cleveland, recognizing that
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
ton City gentlemen that never saw ble addition, a gazetteer of the
I ToMrco »nd t
prosperity of the nation is I
'fcer»ch»nni a bunch grass desert, with that too. world, of over 2;>,0O0
varrantAZ« «nd Oysters.
d-ipes a a specialty,
THE BURNS SCHOOL
founded upon the prosperity of the
athea, Crackers, ail fresh. Soaps, best
brands. Ysact Powders—everybody
Is a large, while building, conveniently ar I
riearly down to the level of that tionary of the words of the lan- agricultural classes, has boldly es
can draw a pHse worth from 25c
ranged for the a-'romtnodatlon of both sexes I
to |L Full line of School
Is out of town limits Mre. Canfield, ie^c her.
sparsely settled region, that one of guage, but is a biographical dic- poused their cause. He has been,
Books, and Stationery
E asy monthly payments .
of all descriptions.
the . BCttlers “actually
a gazzetteer of the world, , steadily restoring to their use the
, took him for tionary,
...« «rrwiir IM.1-U 1 a tran.p!” n a I e imagined not de- an,i a Br,.al IIianv other Kood and lands taken from them. But for
the active hostility of the senate, he
useful things in its many valuable would have restored the unearned
CareftUly edited and conducted in the Intereat
of all la eatabliabed In Burna, and cliculatefi in ,
rt of Harney Valley—Tnr E ast O re -
land grants ere now.
A disastrous cyclone swept over
Farmers, he is fighting your bat
Patents, csveai. »nd Trto^Mark« proewed, northern Indiana last week.
I $80,000 fire in San Francisco on tles. He has his grasp upon the
and Pr< wentted.
All DUSineM l efore the L/S.VPatent Office at- ■
beading room .
Farmers of Minnesota are dis- 11 th inst.; 150 mtn out of employ throat of your strongest foe, organ CHAS. E. BOSWELL
tended to promptly for Ihodente few, and r.o
chaff«* made unless Intent n weeured. Mend for
A deak has bcert fl’tcd jup in T he H erald „IW1 MIOB’BG< IDE.”
couraged: fifteen days rain, fol- ment. Cigar box factory, planing ized monopoly. Will you help him
RKER, Bl'BNS, AGKNT.
office, whore all the leading peritMlirala: maga
or will you hinder him?
sinea, week’iea. and Oregon newnpapca, an;
FRA1CKLÎN1Î. IIOUGn, Washington, D. C.
lowed by thermornetorial drop be- mill, sash and door factory, a stair
His re-election is certain, but it
placed at the dtan, tal of a» tevera of g.^d Ht«r> *
ature. A cordial invitation extended.
low freezing point—crops ruined.
building factory, and several pri is not enough that you vote for him.
vate houses were destroyed.
The President can recommend a
1 haa revolnf ionfxM tlje
John M. Gearin. the democratic
measure, but he can do no more.
world Aiming the last half
Republican journals big and lit Vote for men who will help instead
leaves VALE on Mondays rfud Thursdays at 4:30, a. m.
woTiderw •>( Intern candidate for congress is. speaking
ystwm of work that
ran he nerfarn
Arrives at BURN#" on TueadAjfS and Friday« at 6 p. m.
the country without • to crowded houses in Eastern Ore tle throughout the country are en of hinder his work in the senate
From their homes: j>«y
ne is making a systematic deavoring for electioneering pur and in the house.
liberal; any ot
T>eave« BURNS on Monday« and Thursday« at 4:30 a. m.
do the work, either »ex, gon.
young, or ntd:
liability required; cap!
Will you vote to enrich nine
tai required.; yo
rted free; rut ?hia otft, canvass of the state and lucidly ex poses, to make it appear that the is
Arrive« at V’ALE on Tuesday« and Fridays at 6 p. m
states at the expense of twenty-
and naturo tous und we iUsend
- ----- you
thincof great vaine and Importance
you that , plaining the issues of the day. He sue before the country is absolute
nine? For your pocket or against
win wart you in tmstrerd. wtrtm
in motemor.ev right awe
elec In is an eloquent speaker sod makes free trade "instead of tariff reform. it? You expre«. your choice in the
the world grand out
Close connection at VALE with stage for ONTARIO
frienri« wherever he goe«.—
A Newspaper î'irlnteà "AlI-^tUoií»«-
D. L. GRACE,
Attorney, Notary, Public & £ ¡
FINE SlLVEfl WARE
PIANOS, ORGANS, ft SEWING-MACHINES.
PIANO, ORGAN, & 8EWING-MACHINE
J. W. BONEBRAKE.