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BURNS, GRANT COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1888
Vol. 1—No. 20.
FROM WAMOaOTON. D. C. ,
E ds . H erald : The weather con
The celebration of the 4th of Ju
tinues cool; it liM rained almost in
ly is a duty incumbent upon every
cessantly during the past week.
American town in the Union. The
Both parties in the house of rep W. E. GRACE, P roprietor
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
ATTORN E Y-AT-LAW.
principle reason for this annual re
resentatives are holding caucuses
membrance of our Independence
on the tariff bill. The democrats
Day ib the necessity for lighting
Harney <’ity, Oregon.
D. L. GRACE,
with a view to determining what
early the fire of patriotism in the
amendments will receive favorable
PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR.
practice in all the State Courts.
youthful American breast, and to
CHEMICALS, PROP RIE
consideration, and the republicans
keep that vital spark alive, since
to try and formulate a substitute for
the safety of the republic is depen
CINES, FLAVORING EX
the entire bill. There will be no
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dent in times of danger, not upon
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difticulty for the democrats to agree
the standing army supported by
FINE TOILET SOAPS.
over-taxed people as in mon
A. J. BROWN.
what amendment«, if any, shall be
archies, but upon the volunteer, pa
HAIR AND TOOTH BRUSHES, COMBS, 8H0UL.
triotic service of the people them made to the bill, there being a per
selves—how reliable a dependence, fect understanding that the will of
DER BRACES, FANCY
the majority shall contrqL. The re-
^ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, BOOK» AND
—— when the toesjó of peril publicans, ho war er^lre between the
And- the tfiflrtaryworld*
stared in amazement to see the re devil and the deep sea, an<T, as far !
sult of the “American experiment;” as can be learned, are not likely to
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to witness the rising up of tens formulate a bill that can get a'prac-
3 00 4 00 6 .50
P ure B randies , / '
J P hysicianb ’ P re - f
8 50 5 00 « 00
of thousands of men eager to do tically unanimous support.
4 W b v0 10 30
There are but 5 democrats who
1 8CRIPTION8 CARE- (
W ines a L iquors t (
6 00 9 *00 15 00
for Medicinal pur- ? ’
> FULLY COMPOUND- \
12 00 16 00 2» 00
will vote against the bill in its pres
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\ ed , by Experienc- I
WAGONMAKER, I tutions they hod been taught from ent shape, although several would
poses, constantly f (
' earliest dawn of reason, through be pleased to have amendments in
J ed Pharmacist.
Liberal reduction to all yearly adver
tMeffi. Call at Office, or write to Publisher,
i vouth, and manhood, to reverence corporated there. This presents the
charged extra, «fording to space; J. W. NORTON
H arney , O k .
i above all purely selfish motives.
ibjuu but uxetul baac admitted.
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party more nearly unanimous in a
<y*Aa we staceotype all our advertisement« I
Among other reasons for the un tariff reform measure than has been
allchangc» after l»t four publications, fl each. |
IMP" Advertising in loval columns, 10c a line. ;
remitting, enthusiastic maintenance the case since the war, and the pos-1
ff^**Marriage, birth, and death announce
KALSOMINE, PAINTS, PAINT BRUSHES
of the Fourth is the abaciue neces ition of the representatives is but a
ments free. Such items solicited as news.
FIRST-CI.ASS BRANDS MADE TO
Liberal ratea offered to religious, social,
VARNISHES, COAL OIL.
sity for Americanizing as rapidly as i reflex of the position of the entire
ORDER ON SHORJ NOTICE.
possible the annual influx of vast party of the country. This is the
R AZORS and ALL KINDS of POCKET CUTLERY
numbers of monarchical subjects, live issue before the people today,
Every style bf Job Work executed with neat* I
lira an improved tire setter , with whose conceptions of our words
urea and dispatch, and at reaBo#able rates:
AGENT FOR D r . HORNE’S ELEC
and it required the wisdom and
“liberty” and “independence are courage of President Cleveland to
TRIC BELTS & TRUSSES.
in the main crude, and in many so present the case that there could
FINE ASSORTMENT OF THE
•y Qnr office material, Job Stock, Stereo
menacing to the most hallowed of be no dodging. Upon this issue the
typing Outfit, Ac., arc all new. The mechani
cal department is in charge of printers bred-to
our republican institutions, and no party will appeal to the country,;
BEST SPECTACLES AND EYE-GLASSES
the business, whieh is an assurance that ordom
will I ms correctly filled.
more feasible method presents it and the platform to be presented
BEST QUALITY OF TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
T he H erald is kept regularly on file for re
self than for them to witness the na-
ference, in tin? Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad
vertising Bureau, lbbprucest.. New lork.
«»“FRESH NUTS and CHOICE CANDIES.
I JASPER DAVIS - P roprietor , tive American’s zeal in remind Louis will make its acceptance the
measure of party fealty. The op
observers of the- outside world, of
Price« as reasonable as those offered by any other
ponents of tariff reform must seek
line of business in this Section.
the principles and policies of gov- affiliations outside the democratic
. Grover (’leveland I
W. A. WILiHIBl,
LAKKVUW AMD NTRNB. OB.
Thl, »r« —eticea 1» th. court, of the SUM.
.ud before tSa U. B. Land OMee. Any Land
OAee or ether btmiuM, antnwted Io them will
receive vrva»(l atteatiou.
«^■LAND CASKS 8OLICITCD.
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Thon. F. Bayard i
(‘has. H. Fairchild
W. T. Viltib ,
Wm. <*. Endicott 1
W. ( . Whitney |
Don M. Dicktnaon :
............. A. H. Garland !
i J. N. DolpB, (R)
U. S. Senatori
<’ongreHMUian ..................... Binger Hermann. (R)
...................... NyWcater. PeoBOYtr, (D)
Secretary of State
lieu. W. McBnde, (R)
G. W.Webb, (D)
Sunt. Publie Instruction
J. B. McElroy, (K)
R. 8. Strahan, (D)
) W. W. Thayer, (D)
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICTI
L. JI. I son . (Dj
M. D. C lifford , (D)
. J. B. J ohnson , (R)
N. R. M axey , (K)
J. T. M a el . (D)
K. H all , (R)
T. A. M c K innon , (D)
T. li. M eador .
J. H. N eal , (R)
A. <’. D ore , (D)
M. D. C ameron , (D)
II. F..DUDSON, (D)
J.C. LUCE, (K)
LAKEVIEW U. 8. LAND OFFICE:
A. F. S nelling , (D)
W. M. T ownsend , (1>)
U. S. MAILS.
hurnb — vale :
Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 p m.
le aves Mondât s and Thursdajs at 4:30 a m.
Arrives Tuesdays and Frida? s at 4 p m.
I<eavca Wednesdays and saiurdnys at 4 a m.
burns —rni N ev lle :
Arrives Thursdays at 6 a in.
Leaves Thursdays at 6 a m.
Arrives Wednesda' s at 9 pm.
Ixsaves Thursdays album.
J. Ç. PARKER. Po»1masier.
HARNEY U>DGE. NO. 77, I. O. O. F.
Meeta at Odd Follows Hall, every Saturday at
7:3b p m,
>1. L. FENWICK, N. G.
C has . GUNThgR, BecVy.
A METHODIST CHURCH
Organization exist« in Burn«, and a com
modious tura nt in in course of erection.
THE BURNS SCHOOL
ft ft large, white building, conveniently ar
ranged for the arcommixtanon of both seflet
la out of town limits Mjr. • an field, teacher.
Carefully edited and conducted in the interest
•4 aH is catabliahoi in Burna, and ciiculalva in
every part of Harney Valley—T he Karr O re
A »l.-ak Una been fitted up in T he H erald
office, where «11 the leadinff peri«xti«*n’a• maea
alnta. wwekNv*. and Oregon newapaiseia, are
plhred Rf the71 an.«aI of aiT lover* «»TgtMai liter
«wre. A rur.Mal In That Ln* extended.
and Merchandise.! enil“c1nt up °“ wl‘1ic,h 1he American
__________________ ____________ republic is founded, so eloquently
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Secretary of State
8«*eretary of Treasury
Secrmary of Interior
Secretary of War
Secretary of Navy
Post master General
Attorney General .........
WILSHIRE A HUDSON.
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V. J. MII.LRR.
part}’, and all friends of reform will
be welcomed with open hearts and
I set forth in the Declaration of In-
Am now better able than ever to meet the demands of the country in
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The democratic party, by its rep my line, and am truly thankful for the liberal patronage I have received
\HOP in the blood of tire Fathers of the
resentatives in congress, has placed in the past, and I well know' that the only proper way to merit the con
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itself in full sympathy with the ag tinued patronage and good will of the entire public is by fair and impar
Again, in the commendable de
riculturalist and labor elements of tial dealings with all classes.
VAN 8. CURTIS, P rop ’ k .
sire for the subservance of the mil-
the country. Through the commit
! itarv to civic rule, the value of the tee on agriculture, and by and I
All kinds nf Bla.r.lrsmithing former as a preservator must not through the indomitable energy of
° be depreciated, therefore, on the
its chairman, Wm. H. Hatch of
and wagon work.
Fourth, martial music, military re Missouri, it has passed a bill mak
views, processional marching, pyr-
ing the department of agriculture
j otechnic display, oratorical effort,
Horseahoeing •5.00 a »pan.
an executive department, raising it
is the order of the day, and, to a
to the dignity of the first depart-. ROBINSON A DODSON
diamond advertisements .
' great extent serves to familiarize
inent of the government. Through
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the committee on labor and the un
. fact of the existence of a military
swerving fidelity of its chairman. |
Full Supply of
power, and the causes therefor.
In towns situated remote from John J. O’Neill of Missouri, it has
,r. u INOICAM,--------- niiMosi), O b . the conveniences of civilization in made the bureau of labor an inde-,
! a section of country that needs pendent department, and will, it is
a full line oi frrah <:<>od« kopi in »lock, »nd only to be known for rapid settle- expected, before the expiration of
Prl™________ y-ly | ,nent to follow, as here in the Har- the present congress, raise it to the
ney country, there is a partially sel- dignity of an executive department.
CANYON CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
_ j fish reason in addition to the above,
Driuka scientifically mixed In style and quantity to suit.
that should influence the citizens to ic party in the interest of the great
labor classes of the country, and
exert themselves to celebrate that
C. A. fi WEEK.
these classes are wise enough to
| national holiday with an eye to
know and stand by the party that
! advertising the merits of’the place
to the crowds from the surrounding stands by them. It is true repub
lican votes were cast in favor of
I ce alwayr on iiand ^KI
= country drawn thither by the at-
these measures, but during the
C anyon C ity , O b .
many years of republican control
:— offered them; at that time fields,
no such measures were enacted in-
j gardens, and stock is showing to
I to laws, if even formulated.
| fine advantage, and it is on the
The President will leave Wash-
j verge of early grain harvest, alto
' ington tomorrow for New York to
gether a propitious time for issuing
take part in the memorial day ex
invitations to friends, neighbors,
ercise» in that city and Brooklyn.
Watch this space. It
and strangers to come and enjoy
Lieut. Gen. Philip II. Sheridan is
. the proffered hospitality of a whole
is reserved for the ad
confined to his bed with what is re-
town in the name of that section
CANYON CITY. OREGON.
of country contiguous The com jwrted to be a serious attack of ner-
vou» prostration, due to his recent
Ixissing’s Large Stock
plaint sometimes made by citizens
extensive trip through the West,
Has also a fine aaaortment of Barbedine ware— that the expenditures ought not be
of Goods, which will
something new, whieh for beauty of design and borne by one town yeaT after year, i where he has been to establish mil
soop arrive at his store
finish is hard to equal. A fine line (and In all
is groundless, since it is all more
in Harney. Watch it.
than returned to the town by the
they have been in constant attend
incidental outlay by the visitors for
ance at his bedside since his first
personal demtfnds. It is reasona
attack, and the General has had
bly expected of the largest town to
trouble with his heart in the past,
entertain, because it offers more
so it is believed by the public that
Beautiful Glass Ware accommodation
Consider the extent of this man he is a very sick man.
ner of advertising: Before the ap-
President Clevelawd’e Joke.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY. pointed day there is a month’s an
nouncement in the local paper, and
The Baptist brethren who were
Tobacco and Cigar»—Pipe«, and Meerwhaum notices of the proposed event in four , holding a convention enjoyed a
1'ipea a specialty, warranted. Oysters, Sar
or five dozen exchanges, besides the hearty laugh at the expense of one
dines, • rackets, all fresh. Hosps. best
bread«. Yeaat Powdars-e very bod)
paper's four or five hundred regular 1 of their nuniler, Isaac Waters, the
piano manufacturer of New York. CHAS. E. BOSWELL
ran draw a prire worth from 25c
subscribers’ attention and probable
to |1. Full line of .«« bool
The president gave an audience
Books, and stationery
attendance; then after the occasion which lasted several hours, to such
J. C. PARKER, BURN*, AGENT,
of all descriptions.
the accounts of it is clear gain; and of the delegates as chose to call at
TV Country Frnmtly and cor rod I y filled 1-ly out of the five hundred guests the White House and pay their re
present fifty may return to locate, spects. When Waters stepped for
ward to grasp the Presidents hand,
twenty five become regular readers he remarked :
Leave« VALE on Mondays and Thursday» at 4:30, a. m.
of the local paper, and three hun ; “Mr President, my name is Wa
Arrives at BURNS on Tuesdays and Fridays at ft p. m.
dred write an account of their in ters. I am the worst prohibition
dividual participation to as many crank in New York city.
leaves BURNS on Mondays and Thursdays at 4:30 a. m.
“Well,” said the president sol
Arrives at VALE on Tuesday, and Fridays at ft p. m
emnly and with marked emphasis,
R ain began falling ir Portland yon look it, »nd I may add that
'Close connection at VALE with »ta^< for ONTARIO
your name fully bean it out.”
GEO. 8. SIZEMORE - - B um », 0«.
UrtartRfll law a apaeialty.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Dr. S. B. McPheeters.
Graduate of Iowa State University, reJpHM*
fully offers hts professional services to the eitP
sens of Burns and surrounding country. Call«
answered at all hours.
Office at W. B. Grace's Drug store.
J. G. Welch, M. D. •
Offers his professional services to the citisene
of Burns and vicinity. Office at residence 8. ef
T he H erald Building.
Carpenter and Plumber
W. A. RODIFER.
Orders for Painting, also, will ba skillfully
and promptly filled.
A. L. CONNOR
Any and all kinds of surveying done on short
notice and reasonable terms.
wishing to be located, can have plats furnished
frrk of charge.
Red Front Livery & Feed
W. C. BYRD
P bopbibtob »
A CASH BU8INE88 AT BED
I> our motto. Good Bussy Tu.i, «nd Nie,
Saddle Horae, FurnHhod at Reaaotra&le Charge»
and Particular Attention paid to the Boarding
and Groomlngol Transient Stock. Hay A Grain
P. 8. EARLY - - - B urns , 0«.
CHAS. A. COGSWELL,
F. A. COGSWELL,
COGSWELL <fc COGSWELL.
LAKEVIEW AND LINKVILLE, Or.
A First-Class Billiard Table.
FINE SILVER WARE
Attorney, Notary Public &
A. C. BR0DER8EN,... Lakeview.
Any bualnene ent rutted to me, will receiv*
moat careful and prompt attention. Land mat*
tert and Collection a specialty. Correspond*
euce solicited In English and German.
O. P. Cresap,
M. A. KELTON.
Practices In the oourts of the state, and before
the U. S. Land Office.
__J_E_W-E-I z -R-Y —
W. R. STARK, - - - L akeview .
VALE AND BURNS STAGE LINE.
P. H. MURPHY.
Always o» Mn4. u4 ^o>p< Mt«tlon pr
ill onlrra for trama »4 vehfolra.
J. W. BONEBRAKI.
oaad fw> l u wi Xi h tm