East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, June 13, 1888, Image 2

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Latest Official Returns of Grant County Elgctiqn.
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We are in receipt of the third
TI mm , with “the Chicago” “Allan-1
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volume of Alden’« Manifold Cyclo­
tic”' and “Dolphin,” will form the
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The national democratic conven- pedia. It is well bound, well print­
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Ito be respected abroad as it has i building.
books are of inestimable value, and
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There arc 802 delegates.
for general use we heartily recoin-
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Union .
por President:
The democrats have nominated
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| immense picture of the capital at “The Plains and Prisons of West­
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Lops Creek.
GROVER CLEVELAND,
Allen G. Thurman, of Ohio, for
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the platform; red, white and blue copiously illustrated, and is follow­
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invincible. Two truer and braver
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. marble bust of Cleveland.
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Silvly* Vol
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‘ friends of the people than these two
ALLEN G. THURMAN.
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Chairman AVm. Barnum called
Of New York.
■ men cannot be found. They were
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J3BK81 DENTI AL ELECTORS
both nominated by acclamation, the convention to order.
the Cour D’Alene mountains; “The
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Sunanville.
Bishop Cranberry, of the M. E.
- and deserve the hearty and updi-
Printer’s Paradise;” “Bird Notes;’
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church, made the opening prayer.
^u*tnomah. vjded support of thc party.
a highly entertaining article on the
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The Colorada delegation present­ “Philosophy of Courage;” two short 1
E. II. SKIPWORTH, of Umatilla. I
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ed the chairman a gavel of Colorado I stories, “Selina’s Singular Mar­
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When the President informed silver.
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North Fork..
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Stephen W. White, of California, j conclusion of James’ “The Liar;”
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suming such grave proportions, the
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P oor old Oregon!
i republican;) indignantly inquired was chosen temporary chairipan. I an installment of Eggleston’s “T he
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der republican rule—and she wants | meut of the public debt. They were mentioned, the New York delega-; with Bull Run aiid Fremont’s Hun-
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answered that all the bonds
bonds, < that tion rose and led yi giving thfee dred (Jays uis-MuBoiiri "'here
The.. are
to stay there!
! nnsworoil
Icles, . J po- ... . 1 —
I were payable at the option of the hearty cheers.
j also several oth* fine arflcl
STOCK BRANDS.
S he has been under republican ’ government had been paid off, prin-
BURNS ADVERTISEMENTS.
M. S. Hellman, of Grant county, en,il> °PPn letters, topics of the time,
i government had been paid off, prin-
rule for years, without progressing
etc.
BRAND
RATES:
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brand
on
cut,
and
j ciple and interest. 'Die
percent was appointed on the committee on
beyond one representative, nnd she !
W est S hore for May presents its description, 1 ' ear 111'. 2 cuts and descrip­
THE TOWN OF .BURNS
bonds do not mature until 1891, resolutions.
tions, 1 year, $1H.
.wants more «fit!
[ >-
I readers with a handsome colored
GRANT CO. OREGON.
1 and the 4 per cent bonds do not
A. Noltner, of Portland, was ap- ■
e of the mctropolig of thc Paci.
STOCKMEN!
AS IT IS VOICED BY THE HERALD.
AYi. are indebted to RoLert Lock mature until 1907. Congress at pointed on the national committee.. fi<j Xorthwegt< Portland, ftnd a col-
wood, of Canyon City, for the elec- onco gave him authority to pur-
BUSINESS MEN ABROAD BY LOOKING OVER ITS COLUMNS WILL BEE THAT
rhe nomination of ( leveland for , orej supplement of the N. P. In­
Burns contains
tion returns, published in another chase these bonds. The measure
President was made by Daniel dustrial Association. The leading
1 newspaper: 2 hotels: 3 saloons: 1 undertaker; 1 meat market; 2 lawyers; 3 physicians: 1
colfjmn.
was strongly opposed by the Presi- Dougherty, of Tammany Hall, New articiC) handsomely illustrated, is
surveyor; 1 land agent; 1 drugstore; 1 jeweler; 1 blacksmith; 2 livery stables: 2 general mer<
chandise stores; 1 hardware store; 1 saw-mill; 1 carpenter; 1 saddle & harness shop. Also,
T here was im c hange in Sheri-'
for thrcc
York, who nominated Hancock in descriptive of Portland, and its ad-
1 Odd Fellows lodge; 1 reading room; 1 school; 1 church organization.
dan’s condition, up to June 7th. 1 1Bt> 11 wai wrong, to «ran‘ 81Uch 1880. He made an earnest and el- vantages; an installment of ‘‘Tom
Mail a copy of T he H erald to frlenda in the East. Advertise your town.
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1 powers ‘O any single individual, to
oquent speech, and said, “I give j Norwood,” and “Siss,” a short story,
,T he Oregonian gravely informs | t]tUi withhold or release the pco-
you a name entwined with victory; There are a nuniber of articles de-
the public that a high tariff in- p]c>g inoney, affecting the financial
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I nominate Grover Cleveland, of scriptJve of Oregon, such as “East-
creases the price of woo) and lowers Hjtuation of thc country at his wfii.
WvW Aork.’ The enthusiasm was crn Oregon Quarz;” of McMinnville,
the price of mutton!
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• the • holders
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of - these bonds
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//er
such
as was
” before witnessed jj ¡Rgboro, Forest Grove, Linn coun-
The time to »ether in mining animal* ht*
G en . Henry Birge died in New ,.' could refuse to sell, and those will­ in a political convention. The ty, etc. The June number will con­ conic
round. Place your brands before the
public bo your interests may be duly protected.
York, Juhe 1st, from a stroke of ing to sell could combine to place cheering continued an hour.
tain an illustrated description of Mark your main brand on this cut (cattle,
an exorbitant price upon them. 3d,
or sheep), as you wish it to appear, and
paralysis, aged 58.
The nomination of Cleveland was Washington county; the subject of horse,
send us an order for publication, by filling out
it would only be u temporary expo-‘
the following blanks:
So far as known, Umatilla, Linn dient ‘getting rid’ of the surplus in­ made by acclamation, amid intense the supplement will be Chehalem Name.........................................
........................... DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING,
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Jackson, Josephine and Kluinath stead of stopping it. The measure excitement and the cheers and re- Valley.
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, AND SHOES,
Animal, whether horse, cattle, or sheep
OREGON NEWS.
are the only counties that went was passed, and now comes Stewart
I------- jo,c,nKR ™ “ie 12000 people in the
Clippings lYom our Exchange*.
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democratic.
HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE,
of Nevada complaining that there
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tude gathered without.
From Lake County Examiner:
is
altogether
too
much
power
in
the
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Additional Brands
GLASSWARE AND, ALSO, CROCKERY,
H ermann is so proud of his 7000
As Boon as it was known that
The lamb crop in Lake county
majority that it is thought he will hands of the President, and that Thurman would accept the nomi- this season will average over 1(M)
BOTH TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY,
be u candidate for the U. S. «ena-itho Premiun’ of 27 Pcr ccnt de'
nation for Vice-President, demo- percent.
P. F. STENGER.
manded
by
the
holders
of
the
bonds
GROCERIES, NOTIONS, & SCHOOL SUPPEI E
torship next winter.
The
long looked for, and prayed
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now being bought by tho govern­ crats all over the country became
£9"* All of which he offers at Lowest Prices, for ggg“ Cash Only.
I for rain came
at last, Wednesday
L umber companies announce a ment is unreasonable. He alsoex- unanimous in his favor.
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orses branded
reduction
of
fl
per
thousand
ft.
on
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presses great alarm at the growing' Gen. Black telegraphed to the Ilil- n‘R’,t Pt«F -3JJ- It continued
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nois delegation
declining
that night, i ri- Either Right or
all grades of lumber beginning with
ularity of develand, but that, -----------
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_ a nomina-: ra>n>nB I hursday,
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June let. }Vhy does not some t(W wftg R coniplaint thc country tion for Vice-President in favor of ¡da.v. «nJ tliat night and Saturday stifle: OR.
•tariff reform’ republican rise up wag iigtcninR for.
Thurman.
| In all, 2.26 inches fell, and was the I
most welcome change in thc weath­ Range—Grant county, Oregon.
und cry out that the discussion of
Oregon’s delegates were instruct-
Th« Krault».
er wc liavi ever seen. It was the P. O.—Burns, Grant county. Oregon. 27-ly
tariff reduction by congress is nk !
The election is over, and although ed for Pennoyer for Vice-President,
salvation of the country.
ining the lumber business?
the official count has not been made hut the Governor withdrew his name
Every indication points to a large
RILEY & HARDIN.
B oston C orbet , thc man who it is known that the state has gone ; >n favor of I liurman.
yield in all kinds of grain this fall,
BURNS, OREGON.
»hot J. AV. Booth, thc slayer of republican by full 7000 majority, j Turpie, of California, nominated with fair prices.
Addre**
ISAAC
FOSTER.
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The
democrats
are
disgusted
and
j
Thurman.
Astori&n:
President Lincoln, and whose mind
Big crops all over thestate. Crops
Allen G. Thurman, of Ohio, was
shortly afterwards bt*eaiue unset­ i the republicans jubilant. If the
Ageut for «tarer S¡ Walker, wholesale dealera In
C attle branded on
tled, lias escaped from thc asylum latter gained their victory by en-. nominated for Vice-President by never fail in Oregon, and any man
Left Bide: V. Un­
at Topeka, Kansas, where he has ergctic, hard work and unswerving acclamation, amid prolonged and that owns a bit of land has a sure
thing and need not be sick or fear
der-bit in Right ear,
Iteen incarcerated the past year, loyalty to their party, we congrat- vigorous applause,
climatic troubles. Send this little '
and {«¿now nt large. As he is vio­ ulnte them.
close up. Left ear:
Tho republican state ticket is
T he Prohibitionists have nomi- chunk of truth back to some poor !
lent «fid full of plans for killing
WAGONS, BUGGIES & CARRIAGES,
Smooth crop.
various state oflv-ials, his escape elected; and the county also, ex- „ated Clinton B. Fiske for Presi- fellow that you know way back in , Range: Grant, Crook, and Lake counties.
cepting county clerk and one com- dent,
the Mississippi valley, who crawled . P. O.—Riley, Grant county, Oregon. 27-ly
lias created considerable alarm.
missioncr. That Mr. Mael and Mr.
A gent for F ireman ’ s F und I nsurance C ompany .
l-ly
out from under the wreck of his
T he Woman’s Suffrage conven- barn in the last cyclone, and who;
O n June 1st, Secretary Vila« ren­ Davis should have stemmed the tor­
ALMEDA A. STENGER.
V k .
dered a decision in the cane of Ly­ rent of republican success, speaks tion nominated Belva Ixxikwood is now taking quinine every day for ,
N. BROWN,
ons vs. Ivers, of the Lakeview lam! 1 volumes for their popularity. But. for President.
thc shakes, and tell him it is the C attle branded
DEALER IN
district. Tho decision was in favor that such a mah as I. J. Hague-'
on I*eft »ide-, eircle-
exact fact.
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A
Hplit
in
each
of Lyons, the Harney townsite not
should have been defeated is I The republican national conven-
Corvallla Gsrette:
being subject to pre-emption as, n source of genuine surprise to both tion meets at Chicago next Tues-
Travel between Portland and Cal­
BURNS, GRANT CO., OREGON,
there was trade and business being partius. He but shared the gencr-; Jay, June 19th.
ifornia has increased so much an
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carried on there nt the time the en­ al disaster, however, and went down i
additional sleeper is to be added Range—<>rant county, Oregon.
gWFor
Fine
Quality and Low Prices, Give us a call.
with the ship, colors flying.
I TuE Htate of New York has abo1’
P, O.—Burur, Grant county, Oregon.
try was made.
this
week.
From present indications, South- iBllcJ hanRinK‘ and W,H hereafter
Thc general ¡»assenger agency of
T he President on June 1st signed ern Grant went fairly democratic, | e’e?uU the d«th penalty by elec­
the Northern Pacific in Portland re­
the bill reviving the rank of Gener­ hut Northern Grant went over- '‘ncdy- ______________
ceived advice that the company ex­
al of the army, and nominated Phil
Livery and Feed Stable.
whelmingly republican.
notice to contractors and road pected to run trains through the
Sheridan for the position. The
One point in thc matter is made budded for the construction of the Cascade tunnel on Sunday, May
senate immediately confirmed the very plain, viz:
POWELL & SUMMERVILLE.
v:z: the clever and tell-
tell- ' ixing Creek road appears in the 26th, when there would be a change
CHAS. G. FRYE,
nomination, and the news of the ing manner .....................
P roprietor ,
in which thc republi­
in time. It is understood that the 1
PROPRIETORS.
high honor paid him was carried cans threw dust in the eyes of dem­ last East Oregonian.
switchback will not be abandoned,
nt once to “Little Phil," and gave ocratic voters by thc cry of “voting
Burns, Oregon
E very democrat who scratched but that excursions will be run over
Good Accommodation« at Reasonable
|hc sick man great pleasure.
for the heat man.” Men who urged his ticket has the pleasure of know­ it during tho summer to accommo­ Rate«.
7-ly
Our New Nary.
voters, with'tongue nnd pen, tobe ing that the republicans attribute date tourists and persons on the
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The administration is pushing “independent;” to vote without re- l his action to a disapprobation of ooMt*who have never seen the most
forward |)ie building of our navy . gard to party lines, but for the “hest President Cleveland.
wonderful piece of railroading and
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as rapidly as .possible. The signs 'mtn;” issues were dead; “voting
, wildest scenery in America.
A NEW STOCK OF FINE GOODS.
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iie United Labor party has
of the times point to the probabil­ straight” was an evidence of being
| JMk*onvlite Ttki«*:
ON A CASH BASIS.
T
ity of a very severe and destructive under party lash, while “scratch­ nominated one Cowdrey, who is
It has been a. long time since so
war in Europe, liable to break out ing" showed "sense,” etc., when only 3t> years old, for President. much gold was taken from quartz
Patrons may rest sMnred that an orderly, well-kept bouse will be maintained, ar
at any day, in which case the neces­ June 4th came round, voted the re­ As thc Boston Herald remarks, he in southern Oregon as at the pres­ F. J. WELLS,------- P roprietor .
wrong-doing tolerated; and the quality of the Goods unsurpassed by any other res
sity for n navy to protect American publican ticket straight without re­ will probably mature somewhat ent time. From several different
ble business in our'Vine.
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interests is apparent Io all. Two gard to the “best man.” Only a before he gets there.
ledges in Jackson county is a con­
vessels, the gunl>oat ‘'Yorktown,’’ sufficient number of the republicans
siderable quantity of gold dust be­ Is prepared to f urn Ml all kinds of fre«h
OVR RKADINA 1>KNK.
meats, taurage. etc. L***ve your order.
and the dynamite cruiser ‘‘Maine," ‘scratched’ to complete the blind­
D emorest '« msgaiinr for June ing obtained weekly. If any abun­
SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP.
both designed and contracted for ing of democrats. AVe do not carries a frontispiece entitled "Along dance of capital and enterprise was
under this administration, were object to their action. They voted the Beach,” and a steel engraving, employed, this section would soon I
launched at Philadelphia on May for tho principle at «tnkc, not the 1 “Tbe Floral Message.” It contains take front rank among thc best on I
J. C. W ELCOME
P roprie tor .
W-A-T-C-H-M-A-K-E-R
88th On this coming 4th of July, men. They were doing wlieelhorso several articles of deep interest, as the coast.
A Full Stork oi
East
Orwitt
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the ‘‘Baltimore” will I* launched; work for their party, lhit demo­ I “Paddle Your Own Canoe,” “Harem
it is claimed that there will u
this is a twin screw steel cruiser, crats who followed this advice from Life in Turkey;”
a mugular ttory, ||gn times as much fruit raised in
with a speed of 19 knots per hour; the euemies’ camp, how could yo» “Roanoke ” “The Fire Fiend;” ar-
Southern Oregon this year as laat.
and will be a llag ship and carry I» so gulled?
Jeweler.
tides on subjects of interest to
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Look out for counterfeit half-
300 men. Tilth* is another at the
O ur cotemporary calls for dear housekeepers, fashion«, etc.
dollars. as they are abroad in tbe CHAS. SAMPSON - - Brass, O r .
Brooklyn navy yard nearly ready wool, higher priced woolens and
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T he Nov««. iet is engage.I in tbe land Four have been detected
for launching,- which will sail 17 cheap sugar. That is the Blaine
Always sept on hand. Being a Sad.Uer by Trade in able and ready to won it up
knot« per hour. One at Norfolk doctrina, w)jivh h»» received a publication of an entertaining ro- within the laat two or three days
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yards is a battle ship having her black eye from the republican aen- mance entitled “Beryl,” which will They are made of lead, and the
Ateo, a full line of Saddles—the celebrated Stag saddle tree and White
CITY HOTEL.
most important parts protected by a|e. that body holding that if sugar be followed by “A Fortnight Folly.” counterfeit is very good.
River saddle tree; Spurs—silver inlaid; Whip«; Bridles; Hames«, etc.
The
Novelist
is
a
weekly
magazine
steel plates 13 inches thick, and js placed ujKin the free list, a boun­
Satisfaction guaranteed for ('ash at reasonable prices. gM*Mr Wel­
—Mrs. J M Parker, of Sage Hen
L iterature , a weekly magazine, vallev, and her little daughter Rosa, B. F. I.LOYI'------- P roprietor . come is, also.
will sail 19 knots an hour. The ty equal to the preaent tariff of 70
"Newark" is a cruiser built of steel per cent should be voted the plant­ for May M, contains “The Heroine called on T h » H erald today.
—The Indians Mate that an agent TNI* Haul lualr fnrnlaked. n»*r» iperlal In
and will have a speed of 18 knots er«. The Milla bill makes a reduc­ .if Ivanhoe." “Haga zine Science,"
AN AUCTIONEER.
is
coming here soon to inquire into 'lv»»t»:i la arr^mmodailoti to th» traulin*
per hour. The “Charleston" is be­ tion of 23 per cent on sugar. 30 per "Pernicious Literature,” I-Soar nene their condition and decide whether ab 11». w hoao pat n>n *fr I* aollrltad.
ing constructed at Han Francisco, cent on woolens and removes the of Diction.” ‘'Democracy in Litera­ thev shall be removed to the reser­
And will attend all «tich demandi* •
>^TaM» raraiabM «uh th» s»»«»»«» [
ture," etc
vation or not.
and s iTNr ^ed out as a flag ship. IQ per cent on wools
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în Town-Hall in Bunn*
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GENERAL
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HARDWARE, TINWARE. WAGON MATERIAL,
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GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Meat Market
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