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Vol. 1 —No. 28
GRANT COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1888.
coxmtrv will have its little boom
from W ashington , i >. c .
Clippings from our Exchanges.
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1 he event of the week was the re
emigrants passed through Baker
A Nvw«pnper frlutml •■All-nt-
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ception tendered Senator \ oorhees
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From Luke County Examiner:
THE TOWN OF BURNS
V. J. MILT/Hlt.
I yesterday en route lor that new aec- . .....
i . by the Indiana Democratic Aseo-
The E ast O regon H erald is now ’.
GRANT CO. OREGON.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
,. elation, at W lllard s hall, on 1 hurs-
AH IT IS VOICED BY THE HEHAI.1)
fords grand opportunities for the ,
A TTO R N E Y-AT-L A W,
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day evening. Instead, however, of
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In round numbers, a good raiiu , farmer a»d-Bto*Jt<aiser.
BUSINESS MEN ABROAD BY LOOKING OVER ITS COLUMNS WILL SEE THAT
;. r, ... . being a mere reception by the In-
wouhPht* worth not lese than $100-* It
Ilarney City, Oregon.
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i . , diana democrats as was intended, 1 uewspaper; 2 hotel»: 3 saloons: 1 undertaker; 1 meat market; 2 lawyer»; 3 physician«: t
P ublisher and P roprietor .
000 to Lake county at the present I8
Jargely indebted to her wonderful u partook bf (he
surveyor; L laud agent; 1 drugstore; 1 jeweler; 1 blacksmith; 2 livery »tables: 2 general mer
•""’ ’ i 'r»R " *r/ i U l 8 ii '" I t*oual J*HM>nstration, astlie demo chandise »tore»; 1 hardware »tore; 1 saw-mill; 1 carpenter; 1 saddle & harness shop. Also,
\\J11 practice in all the state Court».
-tU BSCHIt-f 1VN BATES:
Good prospect for a short hay and Henecd ur the way ot a boom. Here I cr#tic a8McUtiong of Virginia, penn- 1 Odd Fellows Lodge; 1 reading room; 1 school; 1 church organisation.
Mall a copy of T he H kkai . d to friend» in the Fast. Advertise your town.
viauvuwjuimuuuBui * nKiiua. xcun-
pain crop, and a large fn.it yield, in. Eastern Drag«* we have an arti- j gylvanift, Maryland and Columbia
One Year (in advance)
in Goose I.ake and Surprise valley« elc of climate that for healthfulness ! volunteored totaku
1IERAJ.D CLUB LldTi
« unsurpassedon the I acific coast. ' (he a8Bcmbu^ until there waB not
. Herald and Tho Century, eue year
Émigrant, look with wonder upon.
.. . wpri. an .
• Herald and-St. Niehnls»,
i room for .all who were anxious to do
Herald and Demorest Magasine, one year.. 8.75
A. J. BROWN.
From Ochoco Review:
the snow covered peaks that lie
Herald and Peter»<Mi J4aga»jHr
honor tn the distinguished Hoosier.
Herald and Godvy's Lady’s Book- “
Wasco sheepmen will tajse notice miles away from our city, always
Herald und West Shore
i $iKeehes were made by Congress-
. Herald aud Alden’s“5LauiLfld"Cfeloi»edlu,. .2.U0 Any aud all kinds- di surveying dwutf [on »hort
Each addltlotralV^nrte after Vol. 1, .15 cents;
placing t,hp distnnwMkt a mile«WNBo I ffifeii Otithwifile, CuAirt, Carutti, CHAS. 0.'FRYE,
notice, and satisfaction guaranteed. I—Ô—4y
10 ceubLoxim pw * ujuc, pMdggu.
! flocks in firook, so they had as well at furthest. We can well brag on
Washington and Compton, and by
I look somewhere else for summer our climate.
Commissioners Black, Hall and
1 mo 3 mo 6 mo
»FACE 1 wk
Stoekslager, which were well re
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1 inch 41 50
' Those who have just cotnc over
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ceived and loudly applauded; but
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A respectable woman willing to
from the Willamette valley say crop
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the speech of the occasion was made
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there are good, but
work and do washing for the com-
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[by the Indiana senator.
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| ground is getting dry and rain will inunity would find Long Creek a
The tariff debate was closed to
good place t.n
to make nn
be needed soon.
t>, T- to all
1 yearly ad ver- I
day and is memorable for the able
ing; it is nearly impossible to get
” ut Office, or write t-
The water in Crooked river and
speeches made on both sides of the
according to »page; -
none but metal buse admitted.
[ Ochoco is as low as it usually is in
question. The great speeches of
— ’A» we stereotype ail our advertisement»
W. NORTON - H arney , O r . .
Mr. Carter in the employ of the
nanges after 1st four publication», $1 each. j .
the debate were made by Messrs.
Advertising in local column», 10c a line.
government, has been in town for a
Mills, Wilson, Scott, Cox, Brecken
«^“Marriage, birth, and death announce
few days taking testimony to In
- — <-o-}
ments free. Such Item» solicited as new».
Despite the efforts of protectionists dian depredation claims, and will ridge and Carlisle, democrats, in fa
£8^-J.ileral rates offered to religious, social,
aiid educational bodies.
vor of |he bill, and Messrs. Burrows,
1 and speculators to keep it down un-
probably go from here to the North
FIRST-CLASS BRANDS MADE TO
Kelly, Butterworth, Mason, McKin-i ratrons may re»t assured that an orderly, well-kept house will be maintained, and no
[ til after election, it has come up to Fork country.
ORDER ON SHORT NOTICE.
ley and Ried, republicans, and Ran- ■ wrong-doing tolerated; and the quality of the Goods unsurpassed by any other respecta
I that figure, and wc trust may still
Every style of Job Work executed with neat-
ble bu»iness lu our line.
ncss and dispatch, and at reasonable rate»:
democrat, in opposition. These
go a little higher.
From the Alta California.
gMF*Hae*an Improved TIRE SETTER, with
Leiter Head», ’
, speeches taken together cover the
Envelopes, * Hill Heads,
The snow is all out o'? the road on
which he can set any kind of tire .
It is greatly in the interest of
IU s ¡talion»,
whole field of tariff and internal
the Santhnn route across the Cas j California to have a large popula
MW^Our Office material, Job Stock, Stereo-
-.__. 1. w¿c.,
taxation, with their history since
cades. but there are yet 8 miles of tion in Oregon and Nevada. Ore
........... .. of printer» bred to
is in . charge
the foundation of the government,
the business, which is au assurauce that order»
snow oir the McKensic route.
gon must supply us soon with im
will be correctly filled.
and should be in the hands of ev
NEAR BURNS, OREGON.
T he H erald is kept regularly on 21c for re
portant and necessary commercial
ference, in the Geo. 1’. Rowell Newsj»aper Ad
ery one desiring to be posted on the
vertising Bureau, 10 Spruce st.. New > ork.
“Peter the Poet” writes to the productions which we will cease to
Baker City Bedrock Democrat: “I create for ourselves.
P roprietors .
The proposition submitted by Mr.
JASPER DAVIS - P roprietor . have an item of fresh news. The states will be tributary to each
Mills to the republicans to come to
Keep» constantly on hand a large »tock of
stage line which will run between other, generating a mutual prosper
. Grover Clovelftud
[ the new railroad at Harney and the ity. Oregon has a climate soft and
. Thop. F. Bayard
Secretary of state
, for his bill without amendment or
Chas. 8. Fairchild
Secretary of Trerjutry
I new railroad coming to Heppner, salubrious by contrast with that of
W. T. Vilas
Secretary of Interior
unnecessary delay, has caused a
Wm. C. Endicott Groceries and Merchandise. will go through Hamilton, Grant I the East, and soil that is unrivaled
Secretary of War
W. C. Whitney
Secretary of Navy
panic among the republicans from
Don M. Dickinson ----------------------------------------------- — j county, leaving Long Creek 12 or for standard crops.
Pi Btmaster General
........ A. 11. Garland
the rural districts, who desire to
14 miles to the right. This was plenty of arable land, majestic tim
submit amendments to be defeated,
1 told me by Gilman’s agent.”
ber, mineral resources not half de
( J. N. Dolph. (11)
behind which they may justify
V. S. Senators
} J. H. Mitchell,! R)
veloped, and above all, the oppor
Binger Hermann, (R)
[themselves to their constituents fur
i From Catholic Sentinel:
tunity to buy at moderate figures.
Sylvester l’ennoyer, (D)
i voting against the bill. A caucus
' The following reductions in
' Geo. W. McBride, (R)
Secretary of State
These allurements are not lost upon
G. W. Webb, (R)
| of the republican representatives
J. B. McElroy, ¡D)
VAN S. CURTIS. P bop ’ r .
freight have been announced:
Supr. Public Instruction .
the rest of the country, and backed |
Lumber, laths and shingles in by a hearty welcofne to the new and senators has been heW and the
» R. Wm. 8. P. Strahan,
whole ground discussed, but the fi
And all kinds of surface lumber thoroughly Reasoned for building purposes and at
W. W. Thayer, (D) All kinds of Blacksmithing s<™>ght car loads from Portland to
comer, they will speedily second
SIXTH judicial district :
what nature has done for the found-
District Judge ..........
L. B. I son , (D)
The members of the house, or a
: This applies to both the O. R. & N.
District Attorney..................... M. D. C lifford , (D)
I ing of a great American common
majority of them, will accept the
and N. I’, lines. New rates have
proposition provided the bill can be
also been made on stock-horses, cat
. J. B. J ohnson , (R) ¿IgF» Horseshoeing *5.00 a span.
N. R. M axey , (R)
killed in the senate, but this is not
J. T. M ael , (D)
of Oregon as “the emerald land”
E. H all , (R)
certain as there is but a bare repub-
DIA MON D A DV ERTI8EM ENTS.
10 cars or over, from The Dalles
has been seized upon by the East-
T. A. M c K innon , (D)
liean majority, and the defection of
T. II. M eador ,
j ern press, for it implies a land
. J. II. N eal , (R)
even two members would carry the
A. C. D ore , (D)
where grass grows and water runs,
M. I). C ameron , (D)
bill in that body. Mr. Mills is con-
Omaha and Kansas City, cattle or
H. F. LnlBMON, (D)
is associated with verdure and
N. B. A Good road all the way.
J.C. LUCE, (K)
i fidant of its passage in the house
sheep, $171.50; horses $181.50; to
foliage, with sun and shade.
LAKEVIEW U. 8. LAND OFFICE:
i whenever a vote is reached, and he
A. F. S nelli no , (D)
All tantes are not the same and it [ would like to place the onus of its
W. M. T ownsend , (D)
I is a happy promise of the symmet ( defeat, if defeated, upon the repub
A full Line of fresh Good» kept in stock, and
offered at reasonable price».
From Reno Gasette and Stockman:
rical development of these coast lican senate.
SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP.
BURNS— vale :
Several consignments of young states that their good qualities so
While the scramble for the re !
Arrive» Tuesday» and Friday» at 6 p m.
CANYON CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
trout, shipped to Winnemucca by compliment each other as to be at publican presidential nomination
Leaves Monday» und Thursdays at 4:30 a.m.
express for stocking the Humboldt tractive to a great diversity of on this side of the great pond is go
P roprietor .
J. C. WELCOME
Arrive» Tuesday» and Fridays at 4 p m.
tastes. In climate they run from 1 ing on with increased bespattering
river, died in transit.
Leaves Wednesdays and Saturday» at 4 a m.
A Full Stock of
It is a coincidence worthy of note dry to humid, and in productions of mud and filth, the Plumed [
Arrive» Thursday» at 6 a m.
that the gold and silver mines of they cover the great area between Knight on the other side is chuck-1
Leaves Thursday» at 6 a m.
ling over the fact that when the I
United States, since the (dose of the the two extremes.
C anyon C ity , O r .
Arrives Wednesdays at 9 p m.
The men who traversed the long convention assembles he will ap-1
leaves Thursday» at 6 a m.
J. C. PARKER, Postmaster.
the exact amount that has been Oregon trail forty years ago were pear cleaner than any other candi
the pioneers of a great civilization. date named, and that delectable
paid on the national debt.
Always Kept on hand. Being a Saddler by Trade is able and ready to wore it up
They w'ere the Argonauts who body will and can do nothing else
---------------- WITH NEATNESS AND DESPATCH---------------
Reports from California indicate made early California what the ad than nominate him. As has here Also, a full line of Saddles—the celebrated Stag saddle tree and White
HARNEY LODGE, NO.. 77, I. O. O. F
; that things have fallen rather flat. venturous settlers in the Wyoming tofore been stated in these letters, River saddle tree; Spurs—silver inlaid; Whips; Bridles; Harness, etc.
Meet» at Odd Fellow» Hall, every Saturday at
7:30 p m,
M. L. FEN'WlCK, N. G.
I The prospects of a wheat crop are valley and along the blue Juniatta President Cleveland and Mr. Blaine Satisfaction guaranteed for Cash at reasonable prices. g^"Mr. Wei-
C has . G unther , Sect’y.
very poor and many are discour- were to the commercial Knicker will again head the respective tick 1 come is, also,
I aged. A man traveling through bockers who settled New York. ets, and all idea of a different state
the state saw twenty teams headed We speak of the Middle states now of the case may as well lie aban
A METHODIST CHURCH
CANYON CITY, OREGON.
for Oregon. In southern California as a group allied in interest and doned.
Organization exists in Bpms, -and -a rmn-
niodious bouse is in course of erection.
the boon» has fairly burst to pieces. progress working out the same des
Washington, I). C., May 19, ’88.
And will attend all such demands.
Has also a fine as»ortment of Barbedlne ware
GEXEUAi. m : wh .
THE BURNS SCHOOL
something new, which for beauty of denign and
The Pacific states are to be another
I» a large, white building, conveniently ar finish is hard to equal. A fine line (and In all
May 28, 2 o'clock p m, the death
ranged for the accommodation of both sexes
Is out of town limit»
Mrs. Canfield, teacher.
of Gen. Phil Sheridan was mo
Last Wednesday morning [May ulation which will balance the ccn- mentarily expected, from a valvu
16th] about 10 o’clock Mr. E. W. , sus of the two sides of the conti lar affection of the heart.
residing at Celilo, was nent. Therefore we say to the im
Carefully edited and conducted in the interest
The California delegation to the!
of all i» established in Burna, and circulates in
drowned under the following cir migrant : If you don’t see what you
every ¡»art of Harney Valley—T he E ast O re
democratic national convention left
gon herald .
cumstances; He and three others
Francisco for St. Ixiuis May
Beautiful Glass Ware had been fishing by means of nets, egon; and if you don’t see what you San
28th, in a special car bearing this (
P rineville , O regon .
and getting down the river near the
C. A. GILBERT,
inscription: “California Delegation,
A desk haw been fitted up tn T he H erald
falls, three jumped on shore and fornia or Nevada.
office, where all the leading periodical», mags
solid for Grover Cleveland."
WATCHES AND JEWELRY. : began pulling the boat up stream
zincs, weeklies, and Oregon newspapers, are
placed at the disposal of dll lever« of good LUer- I
The senate has still further post-1
ature. A cordial iuvitation extended?
by means of a rope, Mr. Krause
» .... ■
Union and Baker counties were [Mined consideration of Fuller's num-1
, Tobacco and Cigar»—Pipes, and Meewchaum staying in the boat—which was half
Pi lies «specialty, wamated. Oyster». Har-
treated to quite a generous rain Sat ¡nation for chief justice.
I full of water—to keep it from hit
dine», t racker», all frwh f»oap«. beat
urday, but only a few droj* fell on
Burn» Club was formed on Saturday, Feb. ’25. ’
brands. YeaM Fawdtrw—everybody
The Sharon estate lost a fine I
ting the rocks. They had proceed-
k bv the Dem<x*rat», in response to the pub
can draw a prize worth from z'»e
just and unjust of Umatilla.
ped call of Feb. 22d, for the pnrpcae of organ-
I ed some distance, when the lx»at
to |1. Full line of School
brick building in San Francisco,
In« for the preeerr«H<*n of dernorrutk* unity
There will not be a famine if no
during 1WW J. E. McKinnon. Secretary. to
Books, and Stationery
was capsized and Mr. Krause was
May 28th, by fire. Low, 450,000.
address all communication« and dorn-
of all dewrripdonF
rain falls before harvest, but a good
thrown into the water. He was
Mt.Vernon Cleveland CTub waw duly organ
A cyclone, accompanied by cloud |
"soaker” now would do about a
lead AprU ad. for service during the campaign The Couatry proas tly andearractly fl fled 1-ly
swept down by the swiftness of the
*rf 1M*» Mee*« at the ranch of Bent Km tree. mr-
bursts waterspouts and fearful light
million dollars’ worth of good.
rtapondlng secretary, to whom address all doe- I«— ...L.
i current, and was only seen once af
nmenr» and communication» at Harney, Or.
ning and hail storms, swept from.
J. B Fithian and A. A. Miller
terwards. Mr. Krause leaves a
Virginia to Nebraska, May 28th
wjfe and two children, and has re are now owners of the Salem Vi-|
and 29th, doing an immense amount
sided at Celilo for a number of dettc.
The citizens of St. *Louis have
A O Eck lesen, chief engineer of
From Bedrock Devoe rw»
We are simply stating a fact the Oregon Pacific, is in town.—On raised 9:15,000 for the expenses of
the democratic national convention
when we say the Harney valley tario Atlas.
HABNEY ADVERTI SEMENT*.
FINE SILVER WARE
O. P. Cresap,
PIANOS, ORGANS, & SEWING-MACHINES.
PIANO, ORGAN, & SEWINC-MAOHINE