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E ast O regon H erald
Vol. 1—No. 83.
BURNS, GRANT COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1888
LATEST FASHION NOTES.
From Godey's Lady's Book for July:
should we pay the lumber syndi- j
cates a premium of 12 a thousand ’
feet for lumber, which, with us is a ‘
We recommend the thoughts of
this Nebraska farmer to the gentle
men who are organizing republican
clubs on the high tariff basis.
$2.80 a Year.
We gave an account the other
Foliage is extremely fashionable
day of the remarkable platform
i this season for hats, bonnets, and
adopted by the Nebraska republi-
dress trimmings, and ivy leads the
PCDLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
; can convention. A verbatim ac-
Harney City, Oregon.
, count of the proceedings of the con
Will practice in all the Stale Courts.
Sprays of flowers are seen on vention shows that the scheme
D. L GUACE,
many of the summer parasols—one •' of campaign by which a protective
P ublisher and P roprietor .
Under the Home.tead
spray, as if the wind had blown it plank was incorporated into the Women’, Right. Laws.
AMONG OUR GOODS YOU WILL PROBABLY FIND
plan of salvation was not agreed
Unmarried women, widows, maid
Braiding is the most fashionable I upon without heavy opposition. ens and deserted wives, who are
W. COATSWORTH - P roprietor . i trimming for wool dresses, and After the committee oh platform over 21 years, are entitled to all the
Three Months ............................
One Year (in advance)..........
I some are merely braided in fine and had presented its conclusions, call*- rights, privileges and benefits |
HERALD CU B LIST:
I broad braid on the bodice; the skirt ing for a continuance of the war under the homestead laws that
Herald and The Century, one year
arranged with pleats and drapery. tariff and denouncing Cleveland can be enjoyed by men.
Herald and St. Nicholas,
Herald and Demorest Magazine, one year 3.75
and the Mills bill, no less a person
The mother of a living child, or
Herald and Peterson Magazine
New Goods ( a few ) are now BEING RE-
There is a movement to introduce
Herald and Godey’s Lady's Book
children, whether widow, deserted
Herald and West Shore
Herald and Aldtfn’s Manifold Cyclopedia, .2.90
A. J. BROWN.
Wyck asked leave to introduce cer wife or unfortunate single person,
Each additional volume utter Vol. I, ¿5 cents;
whether this fashion will meet with
10 cents extra per volume, jmslage.
tain resolutions for the convention. may acquire title to .land as the
Old Goods at almost your own FIGURE.
general approval is yet uncertain.
Any aud all kinds
yir 'eying done on sh»r
Hk request, bcinj^Xm^ed he read head of a family, though kinder 21.
notice, and satisfaction guaranteed. 4 —6—ly
Desirabe Goods ( slightly DAMAGED)
A great many bonnets are string aud submitted the following as a
Widows of deceased entrymen
wk 2 wk
substitute for the high tariff planks succeeed to the rights of their hus
1 inch HAQ 32 50
3 00 4 0Q
girls are), and those that are not, I included in the report of the com bands, and may make final proof
3 50 5 00
4 JO 6 00
have small bows of narrow ribbon mittee :
and take title in their own names.
6 00 9 00
12 00 16 00
under the chin.
“Resolved, That high taxes, high It is not absolutely necessary . that
JO 00 JO 00
All the garden hats are large, tariff and high transportation rates they should reside upon the land
<J^Li))rral reduction to all yearly adver
tisers. Call at Office, or write to Publisher.
and black lace ones, with hops, arc destroying the prosperity of the after the death of the husband, ns
/^P"Cuts charged*extra, according to space;
residence or cultivation for the pre
acorns, and oak leaves, touched
none but metal base admitted.
“Resolved, That the revenue
we stereotype all our advertisements
- H arney , Q r with gold, are the very height of i whereby the expenses of the gov- scribed time is all that is demand
allcnanges after 1st four publications, fl each. J. W. NORTON
m^AdvertiBlng in local columns, 10c a line.
fashion. Some have lace scarfs at-1 I eminent are paid should be drawn ed of widows and minor heirs.
Marriage, birth, and death announce
The widow of a person who served I |
tached to them, for passing round from the Wealth of the nation,
ments free. Such items solicited as news.
whereas by our present system the for ninety days or more, during the
/^•Liberal rates offered to religious, social,
thousands of millions collected for
FIRST-CLASS BRANDS MADE TO
The newest pocket handkerchiefs | carrying on the war and paying the rebellion, in the U. S. army, navy or
STOCK NOW ON THE ROAD—
marine corps and died without
ORDER ON SHORT NOTICE.
are those in colored muslin, partic national debt, the hundreds of mill
TO BE COMPLETE THE 25 th .
ularly those pink or blue hem. ions now in the treasury and the
Every style of Job Work executed with neat
[ millions gathered each day, have try the same as her husband, if liv
ness and dispatch, und at reasonable rate«:
fW^IIas an Improved TIRE SETTER, with
which he can set any kind of tire .
much of it been forced from the ing, might do, and making final
ciennes lace; they are Irish and pockets of Labor. Years a'go the proof receive credit, in lieu of resi
( arda, Tickets,
wear and wash well. Colored ones money centers secured from con dence on the land, for the period of
4py*Qnr Office material. Job Stuck, Stereo
typing Outfit, Ac, are all new. The mechani
are general, or white ones with col-1 gress a repeal of the income tax, the husband’s service, not to exceed
cal department is In charge of printers bred to
the business, which is au assurance that orders
ored embroidered corners, or crossed the tax on bank deposits, railroad 4 years.
will be correctly filled.
receipts and others, while the tax
The deserted wife of a homestead
with narrow lines.
on lumber, sugar and salt remain entryman may make final proof as
T he H erald is kept regularly on file fur re
as before, while tho tax on coarse his agent’and have patent issue in
ference, in the Geo. I*. Rowell Newspaper Ad
vertising Bureau, 10 Spruce st.. New \ ork.
fabrics, is higher in proportion than the name of her husband, or she
— DEALER IN—
that on silks, satins and diamonds. may contest his entry on the ground
“Resolved, That more money of abandonment of th«S claim, and,
It is stated on good authority that
Groceries and Merchandise. soon The Dalles will have a flour
ing mill with all the latest im
Vice-President........................ ....................... Vancancy
defray the expenses of the govern wisest course, for many reasons.
Thoa. F. Bayard
Secretary of Htute
Chas. H. Fairchild
Secretary of Treasury
ment is an injustice; that hoarding
An unmarried woman (widow or
W T. Vilas ^LACKSMI t J]
. Secretary of Interior
BURNS, GRANT CO., OREGON,
in the treasury cannot be justified otherwise) having initiated an en
’ Secretary of War .
From Bedrock Democrat:
Secretary of Navy ...
Don M. Dickinson
Several thousand sheep will be in buying our bonds before due and try may marry without affecting
Post mas lor General
Fine Quality and Low Prices, Give us a calL
. A. H. Garland
giving 25 per cent for the privilege
shipped by rail to the Chicago mar of buying them, and is only a bene her right to the land, provided she
complies with the legal require
VAN. S. CURTIS, T rop ' r .
> J. N. Dolph. (R)
ket from Baket City within the next fit to bond holders, as producers ments. Should she marry prior to
U. 8. Senators
J. il. Mitrbell.(K)
few days. One party from Grant and laborers do not hold bonds.”
the time when she might make her
Sylvester Penn jver, (D)
.. Geo. W. .McBride, (R) All kinds of Blacksmithing county will load 3,000 head.
The discussion which followed final proof and perfect her claim,
Secretary of State
G. W. Webb, (D)
wards of 100,000 head have be»« took a wide range and was deliber- and leave the land to reside with
J. H. McElroy,(R)
and wagon work.
Hupt. Public Instruction
her husband elsewhere, the entry
taken out of the country up to the ative throughout, On a final vote would be liable to cancellation for ■
) R. 8. Strahan, (D)
(R) /Î^-Horseshoeing S5.00 a span.
present time, this year.
the substitute received the support abandonment—but not on account
> W. W. Thayer, (D)
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT;
of nearly a third of the convention. of the marriage.
Lake County Examiner :
L. B. I son , (D)
W here a man and women each
M. D. C lifford , (D)
Major Brockenbough and Special ' Thé main speeches were made by
Agent McCormack, both agents of Van Wyck and Delegate Watson, a make a homestead entry and mar- ROBINSON & DODSON
county — grant :
ry before making final proof, one of
. J. B. JonsBox. (R)
the government, are here on busi farmer from Otoe county.
N. K M a UY.(K)
ness in the land department. They
J. T. Mm. (1>)
“The free trade cry,” said Van commuted, at their choice. If they
Full Supply of
D ia mond , O r
K. H all , (R) J. ÏX INGRAM,
( T. A. VrKlXNOK, (D)
J T. H. M kuvr ,
this land office in the next few thinking man in the country that entry covering tho other homestead I
J. II. N ka L, (R)
gives attention to* the existing con will be liable to contest for aban
A. C. DOBK, (L>>
A full line of fresh Goods kept in stock, and
donment, even though the land be 1
.i M. I>. CAMBEOS, (D) offered at reasonable prices.
We are collecting too cultivated and improved.
From Ochoco Review:
School Superintendent . . . , .. H. F. D olio Ji. (D)
J.C. LCCE, (R)
Bennett and Hunt, the O. P. con much money,and that is all there
The homestead law requires three
LAKEVIEW V. 8. LAND OFFICE:
CANYON CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
things to give final title: 1st, honest
A. F. S nelling , (D)’
W. M. T oanh E nd , (D)
supplies on the line of the railroad taxes to the measure of our wants, residence; 2d, good cultivation, to
Drinks scientifically mixed In style and quantity to suit.
C. A. KWEEK,
in the Cascades.
free trade or pauper wages would crops or otherwise; and 3d, fair im-1
provements in the matter of build-1
Prineville Ke»« :
| not follow as a consequence, and it logs, fencing and the like. Compli-'
U. P. MAILS.
A First-Class Billiard Table
Mrs. McGowan, of Burns, Grant ¡is unmistakable dishonesty to go to ance with only one or two of these
CANYON CITY, OREGON.
burns — vale :
county, Oregon, left this pla«e last the working classes on that issue. requirements will not satisfy the
Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 p in.
Leaves Monda} s and Thursday at 4:‘«0 a m.
i Monday for her home. She has They are sure to find the deception law. Full compliance with all three I
, been visiting in the Willamette val- Rome day, and they will not be to requirements must be satisfactorily i
Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 4 pm,
shown for the entire period at the j
leaves Wednesdays and Saturdays at 4 a m.
blame if they desert us.”
date when the final proof is made.
Watson spoke for the fanners,
The daughter of a deceased sol-1
Arrives Thursdays at 6 a m.
O. P. Cresap,
On last Saturday, Inspector Me- hut he has a grasp on the financial dier, sailor or marine, if otherwise :
Leaves Thursday s at 6 a m.
Kinnon saw a suspicious roll of situation which puts him away qualified, may enter land in her own (
right, notwithstanding an entry
Arrives Wednesdays at 9 pm.
and carpet sack at the ahead of many so-called statesmen. may have been made by her guar-1
Leaves Thursdays ut 6 a m.
J. C. PARKER, Postmaster.
Kalama depot. On opening the roll We quote a portion of his speech : . dian and perfected for her benefit,
lias also a fine assortment of Barbedine ware
something new, which for beauty of design and and carpet sack, they were found to!
“You are denouncing
Mills during her minority. She can1
contain sixty-five 6-tael cans of opi- bill as a free trade measure, and thereby secure two homesteads.
A widow, as the legal representa-!
urn, which were promptly seized
if a republican president should
Agent for Staver A Walker, wholesale dealers In
HARNEY LODGE, NO. 77. I. O. O. F.
tive of her deceased husband may '
and conveyed to the custom house. he wouW fail in hi(t duty to lhe continue to cultivate his homestead
Meets at Odd Fellows Hall, every Faturday al
7:30 p in,
M. L. FENWICK. N. G.
C m as . G unther , SecUy.
In the valise were a number of let- country if in his inaugural he did and at the same time make an en-1
ters in German, which will be trans- j not indicate a policy in consonance try in her own name. A woman
Beautiful Glass Ware I laved. No other clue to the iden- I with the plan of the Mills bill. has this advantage over a man. She ;
WAGONS, BUGGIES & CARRIAGES,
are . more
farmers and , farm
titv of the owner.
1 he —
seized i opium There
Tn. can thus secure two homesteads,;
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
laborers in the three states of 1111- while he is allowed only one.
A METHODIST CHURCH
is worth about 1400.
nois, Iowa and Nebraska than there
The widow of a deceased entry-!
Organization exists in Bums, and a com Tobaccv.' and Cigars—Pipes, and Meerschaum East OreconlBn:
are working men and women in all man may purchase, under the act
modious house is in course of erection.
D^A gemt fob F ireman ' s F und I nsurance C omfamt .
Pipes a specialty, warranted. Oysters, Sar
Pendleton can boast of a regular the highly "protected industries of of June 15, 1880, the land embraced
dines. Cracker*, all fresh. Koapa, beet
brands. Yeast Powders—everybody
Chinese I VO»
on a very
ou tell us that there 1 in a homestead entry in cases where
ran draw a prl.te worth fr«m 25c
r. • „„
...,i if is
wheat ■ and
THE BURNS SCHOOL
Bn) that act is applicable.
h is on Alta
ana n (>n
to fl. Full line of School
H enry N. C opp .
Books, and Stationery
Is a large, white building, conveniently ar
large quarters in cities are of the what good doeB it do thfi fanner?
ranged for the accommodation of l>oth sexes
of all descriptions.
S ays an exchange: Kit Carson's
Is out of town limits
Mrs. Canfield, teacher.
same character, a walk along their Whom does it protect him against?
The Country promtly and correctly filled.l-ly
______ unbear- The price of his crop
is fixed at the old partner, Dick Wooten, who,' SAYER A DORE
P roprietors ,
the stench, the squalor, thn jhing machine by the amount among other notable deeds, once
1 of wheat raised in India and Rus
the filthiness, the utter depravity, sia, the lowest wage countries in the drove 14,(XX) sheep 1JMX) miles over
land to California, and made 940,-:
Carefully edited and conducted in the iarerrs'a
that can be seen within the small world. Yet you increase the cost:.
of all is estabLsh«>d in Burna, and ciu nlates in
°Peir“‘‘on- ftn'1 ,wh,° J"
every Wirt of. Harney Valley—T he E ast O re
were magnified an hundredfold, as clothing and farm implement« ofinow ‘2 years old, has just had hia|
it must be in San Francisco, it i* a the American farmer. We would sight restored by an operation by a
not care for the tax if the govern
mystery how a white man can live ment needed it. The farmers of Chicago surgeon, after eight years
A A«»k haa hsc« ltt«| u, in Ta« Il»aLi>
within a mile of its locality. Walk the northwest are a loyal people.
«•r». «km «II lh- les lln« pwl.wik«'.« man
«Ines, w^kllt,. .i>4
S enator Thurman will visit
down “Chinee alley” in town ami You know that. All that we have
«I.<-«H1 «I the i]*mMl <>t .11 lo.rr. <J«.»M lii.-r
we will freely give to the nation Washington in a few day* and will
sture. A rordfal Invitation ratcude«!.
STATE INSURANCE CO.
smell, that will almost lift you from whenever she needs it.
Pr,’t,a^ly prolong hi* trip to New
A gent .
ance that we complain of is that
your feet and carry you away; look you t«ke our money when
you have York" In th<! autu,,,n- he wi|l nlake
And all kinds of surface lumber thoroughly seasoned for building purposes and at
Jl.rf Waar i»>nf he woudetxsf Invrw
a triP to lhc I’wiffc slope, deliver-
Brux*. O regon .
tire nreartw la a me« bod and avr<.m of
sight of filthy squalor to which a burn coal for fuel, and pay 100 per' ing speeches in California, Oregon
rae he pepf-rmed all over the rountrg M'bou«
separatinir the umrkers frutn their homes pay
hog-pen would be a paradise in cent duty on blankets. Free trade, and Nevada, and making occasion-
Ulber ms ,
comparison; and the whole atmos would not follow if the duty were; al >pee<.hw, along the route He is
tal ’equirtBi; you are glared true «nt nH« our,
reduced one-han. There are more ... ; a
?. .. A.. ..
and return to us and We will send you ft««.
phere is impregnated with a sicken- farmers in treeless Nebraska than hkeb «»»*‘be liveliest “old man
thing of great value and UMlatan«-«* ♦.»
star y«wi in hvwiarua whf« h will brinu y«»u
odor that needs but a word to de- there are persons employed in the Oic republican party ever encoun-
in mora auvnuy rizhi awav than anything «ter In
♦he wnrid grand outfi» free Add ret« Tar« A
entire ‘ lumber ...
tered. — —Ex.
Ji. B. A Good road all the way.
fu., AtfW*. Main«
V. J. MILLKIl.
WHAT YOU WANT
AT COST AND BELOW.
THE BEST WINES & LIQUORS,
FINE SILVER WARE
HARDWARE, TINWARE. WAGON MATERIAL,