East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, June 06, 1888, Image 1

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    H erald
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Vol. 1 —No. 28
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GRANT COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1888.
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coxmtrv will have its little boom
from W ashington , i >. c .
BERNS ADVERTISEMENTS.
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this
summer.
Quite
a
number
of
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Clippings from our Exchanges.
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1 he event of the week was the re­
emigrants passed through Baker
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A Nvw«pnper frlutml •■All-nt-
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ception tendered Senator \ oorhees
4 M-e
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From Luke County Examiner:
THE TOWN OF BURNS
V. J. MILT/Hlt.
I yesterday en route lor that new aec- . .....
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i . by the Indiana Democratic Aseo-
The E ast O regon H erald is now ’.
GRANT CO. OREGON.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
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tion.
It
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a
good
country
and
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,. elation, at W lllard s hall, on 1 hurs-
AH IT IS VOICED BY THE HEHAI.1)
printed
all
at
home.
Til
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fords grand opportunities for the ,
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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.
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BUSINESS MEN ABROAD BY LOOKING OVER ITS COLUMNS WILL SEE THAT
D?L. GRACE,
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wouhPht* worth not lese than $100-* It
Burns contains
has
been
said
that
California
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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
* na
surveyor; L laud agent; 1 drugstore; 1 jeweler; 1 blacksmith; 2 livery »tables: 2 general mer­
i time
•""’ ’ 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».
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-tU BSCHIt-f 1VN BATES:
1-tf
One year
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.
Six Mouth»
Mall a copy of T he H kkai . d to friend» in the Fast. Advertise your town.
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viauvuwjuimuuuBui * nKiiua. xcun-
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pain crop, and a large fn.it yield, in. Eastern Drag«* we have an arti- j gylvanift, Maryland and Columbia
One Year (in advance)
PRACTICAL SURVEYOR.
in Goose I.ake and Surprise valley« elc of climate that for healthfulness ! volunteored totaku
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8Welled
1IERAJ.D CLUB LldTi
season.
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« unsurpassedon the I acific coast. ' (he a8Bcmbu^ until there waB not
. Herald and Tho Century, eue year
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Émigrant, look with wonder upon.
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• Herald and-St. Niehnls»,
4.75
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
.. 8.75
honor tn the distinguished Hoosier.
Herald and Godvy's Lady’s Book- “
. 3.75
Wasco sheepmen will tajse notice miles away from our city, always
Herald und West Shore
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4.10
i $iKeehes were made by Congress-
. Herald aud Alden’s“5LauiLfld"Cfeloi»edlu,. .2.U0 Any aud all kinds- di surveying dwutf [on »hort
that
there
will
be
no
grass
for
their
Each addltlotralV^nrte after Vol. 1, .15 cents;
placing t,hp distnnwMkt a mile«WNBo I ffifeii Otithwifile, CuAirt, Carutti, CHAS. 0.'FRYE,
PwOPHlETOR.
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.
ADVfcr.TrsiNG BATES:
Commissioners Black, Hall and
! range.
1 mo 3 mo 6 mo
»FACE 1 wk
1 yr.
Stoekslager, which were well re­
From
Canyon
City
New»:
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lacksmit
I5.0Û |X 00 |U 00 |15 00
1 inch 41 50
' Those who have just cotnc over
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C..ÓO 12 00
3.00
ceived and loudly applauded; but
40
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21 00
3 50
A respectable woman willing to
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from the Willamette valley say crop
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10 'X» 20 00 32 00
4 50
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the speech of the occasion was made
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15 00 28.00
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>. col.
prospects
there are good, but
the
work and do washing for the com-
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28 00 I M 00 SO. 00 120 <41
12 00
[by the Indiana senator.
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40 00 •O 00 110 00 140 00<
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| ground is getting dry and rain will inunity would find Long Creek a
The tariff debate was closed to­
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frontl
good place t.n
to make nn
an linncfit.
honest liv-
liv­
be needed soon.
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Liberal
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reduction
t>, T- to all
1 yearly ad ver- I
day and is memorable for the able
WAGONMAKER,
Call
to Publisher.
ing; it is nearly impossible to get
I
iseis. C„
” ut Office, or write t-
The water in Crooked river and
speeches made on both sides of the
•Cuts charged
extra, —
according to »page; -
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clothes
washed.
none but metal buse admitted.
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[ Ochoco is as low as it usually is in
question. The great speeches of
— ’A» we stereotype ail our advertisement»
alff^an
W. NORTON - H arney , O r . .
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Mr. Carter in the employ of the
nanges after 1st four publication», $1 each. j .
August.
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
Wool
is
worth
15c
in
The
Dalles.
«^“Marriage, birth, and death announce­
few days taking testimony to In­
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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.
JOB WORK.
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»:
dall,
democrat, in opposition. These
go a little higher.
From the Alta California.
Pamphle*»,
Circular»,
poatem,
gMF*Hae*an Improved TIRE SETTER, with
Leiter Head», ’
, speeches taken together cover the
Envelopes, * Hill Heads,
Card», Ticke’»,
Note Head»,
The snow is all out o'? the road on
which he can set any kind of tire .
Statements,
It is greatly in the interest of
Dodgers, Etc.
IU s ¡talion»,
whole field of tariff and internal
Memoranda,
the Santhnn route across the Cas­ j California to have a large popula­
MW^Our Office material, Job Stock, Stereo-
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'1’1... niechani-
taxation, with their history since
typing Outfit
all .........
new.
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cades. but there are yet 8 miles of tion in Oregon and Nevada. Ore­
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cal department
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
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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
subject.
Baker City Bedrock Democrat: “I create for ourselves.
The two
P roprietors .
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
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
national ;
stage line which will run between other, generating a mutual prosper­
. Grover Clovelftud
President
a
vote
at
once
upon
any
substitute
-DEALER
IN-
Vancuucy
Vice-President.
[ 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
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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
There áre
........ A. 11. Garland
Attorney General
the rural districts, who desire to
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14 miles to the right. This was plenty of arable land, majestic tim­
submit amendments to be defeated,
STATE—OREGON:
1 told me by Gilman’s agent.”
ber, mineral resources not half de­
( J. N. Dolph. (11)
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and
behind which they may justify
V. S. Senators
} J. H. Mitchell,! R)
veloped, and above all, the oppor­
Binger Hermann, (R)
Congre»» man
[themselves to their constituents fur
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tunity to buy at moderate figures.
Sylvester l’ennoyer, (D)
Governor..............
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)
Treasurer
| 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 |
Frank Baker
Slate Printer..........
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Lumber, laths and shingles in by a hearty welcofne to the new­ and senators has been heW and the
)D)
» R. Wm. 8. P. Strahan,
Lord, (R)
Supreme Judge»
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
REDUCED PRICES.
nal
action
has
not
been
divulged.
Chicago,
60
cents
per
100
pounds.
SIXTH judicial district :
what nature has done for the found-
and
wagon
work.
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
wealth.
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COUNTY—ORANT :
proposition provided the bill can be
also been made on stock-horses, cat­
. J. B. J ohnson , (R) ¿IgF» Horseshoeing *5.00 a span.
Representative
Joaquin
Miller
’s characterization
N. R. M axey , (R)
killed in the senate, but this is not
County Judge
tle
and
sheep
in
single
shipments
of
J. T. M ael , (D)
Clerk
of Oregon as “the emerald land”
E. H all , (R)
certain as there is but a bare repub-
Treasurer
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)
Commissioner»
j
liean majority, and the defection of
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and
all
points
East
on
the
O.
R.
&
T. II. M eador ,
(D)
j ern press, for it implies a land
. J. II. N eal , (R)
even two members would carry the
Surveyor
N.
company
’
s
line:
To
St.
Paul,
A. C. D ore , (D)
Sheriff
where grass grows and water runs,
M. I). C ameron , (D)
bill in that body. Mr. Mills is con-
Assessor
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Omaha and Kansas City, cattle or
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
School Superintendent
H. F. LnlBMON, (D)
and
is associated with verdure and
N. B. A Good road all the way.
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J.C. LUCE, (K)
i fidant of its passage in the house
stock Inspector..............
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
$200;
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iamomd
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On.
Chicago,
cattle
or
sheep,
J.
I..
INGHAM,
Register,
A. F. S nelli no , (D)
All tantes are not the same and it [ would like to place the onus of its
Receiver,
W. M. T ownsend , (D)
horses, >1210.
I is a happy promise of the symmet­ ( defeat, if defeated, upon the repub­
A full Line of fresh Good» kept in stock, and
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S. MAILS.
offered at reasonable price».
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25-ly
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.
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express for stocking the Humboldt tractive to a great diversity of on this side of the great pond is go­
BURNS—CANYON CITY:
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
BURNS—PRINEVILLE:
It is a coincidence worthy of note dry to humid, and in productions of mud and filth, the Plumed [
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
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.
BURNS—LAKEVIEW :
C anyon C ity , O r .
Arrives Wednesdays at 9 p m.
The men who traversed the long convention assembles he will ap-1
war
in
1865,
have
yielded
almost
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
SOCIETIES.
They w'ere the Argonauts who body will and can do nothing else
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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,
EDUCATIONAL.
I aged. A man traveling through bockers who settled New York. ets, and all idea of a different state
I
the state saw twenty teams headed We speak of the Middle states now of the case may as well lie aban­
A METHODIST CHURCH
AN AUCTIONEER,
CANYON CITY, OREGON.
for Oregon. In southern California as a group allied in interest and doned.
G.
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
Discouraged
people
have
their
eyes
tiny
and
greatly
interdependent.
GEXEUAi. m : wh .
THE BURNS SCHOOL
something new, which for beauty of denign and
In
Town-Hall
in
Burns.
toward Oregon.
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
family
group
like
that,
with
a
pop
­
shades), of
Is out of town limit»
Mrs. Canfield, teacher.
Dalle» Tlmea-Mountaineer:
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.
A NEWSPAPER
MOSAIC
WARE.
Krause,
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 .
want
in
California,
ask
for
it
in
Or
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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 (
READING ROOM.
Cali-
want
in
Oregon,
ask
for
it
in
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
Fast Oregonian:
The senate has still further post-1
ature. A cordial iuvitation extended?
AGENT FOR
by means of a rope, Mr. Krause
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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.
DEMOCRATIC CLUBS.
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
the
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
menta.
rain falls before harvest, but a good
thrown into the water. He was
Orders from
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.
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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.
of damage.
' years.
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.
THE
HERALD
HABNEY ADVERTI SEMENT*.
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OHEGON XEW4
a
CASH STORE.
Flooring,
FINE SILVER WARE
O. P. Cresap,
PIANOS, ORGANS, & SEWING-MACHINES.
Patents.
PIANO, ORGAN, & SEWINC-MAOHINE
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