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Vol. 4—No. 84
BURNS, GRANT COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1888.
$2.50 a Year.
The amendment offered to strike
the section out of the bill, was voted
It wasjm the evening of Jan. 11, down by 6 majority, and Harrison
A Newspaper Vrluted
W. A. WILSHIRB,
J. HAT. MuDOOM,
1879, that Harrison’s views on the was one of thoBe who voted for the
THE TOWN OF LAKEVIEW
Chinese question first came into anientfment—Page 3,264.
Lako Co., Oregon.
WILSHIRE & HUDSON.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
Hurney Cliy-, Oregon.
1 prominence. The citizens of Cali
A strong fight was made on sec AS IT IS VOICED BY ITS LOCAL NEWSPAPER & THE HERALD.
I Will practice in all the State Courts.
fornia had presented a memorial to tion 15, which specified that all la
congress asking for protection borers, skilled or unskilled, and mi BUSINESS MEN abroad sec that LAKEVIEW, Lake co., Or., contains: 1 newspaper; 2 hotels,
D. L. GRACE,
LAKEVIEW AND BÜRN8. OK.
1 grocer: 2 saloons; 1 brewery; 1 undertaker; 2 laundries; 2 furniture store; 1 shoe shop; 1 meat
against the hordes of Chinese that ners, should be excluded. The ene market; 8 lawyers: 8 physicians: 1 surveyor. 1 land agent; 1 dentist; 1 drugstore; 1 jeweler; 2 This firm practices in the courts of ths Stats,
P ublisher AND P roprietor .
before the U. ». I<and Offics. Any land
! were swarming to her shores. Mr. mies of the bill wanted ‘artisans’ blacksmiths; 2 harness shops; 1 livery stable; 1 bakery; 3 geueral merchandise stores; 1 bath and
Office or other business entrusted to them will
1 milliner shop; 1 real estate agent; 1 saw-ifiill. Also, 2 Masonic lodges; 1 Good Tem receive prompt attention.
Harrison read an essay, entitled: admitted, while its friends declared house:
ar lodge; 8 Odd Fellows’ lodges; 1 United Working Men’s lodge.
flTLAND CASES SOLICITED.
W. COATSWORTH - P roprietor “The Chinese in America,” before a that all Chinese laborers would
' literary society in Indianopolis, claim to be artisans, and thus defeat
One Year (In advance-)
! Ind., in which he argued that the the purpose of the bill. The amend
HERALD CLUB LIHT:
SIZEMORE - - B urns , O b .
| Californians were not in earnest, ment admitting artisans was car
Herald and The Century, one year
Herald and ST. Nicholas,
ried by 1 vote, and Harrison voted
Herald and Demo rest Magazine, one year 3.75
had no authority to grant their re for it..
Herald and Peterson Magazine
Hemld and Gotley’s Lady s Book
T. V. B. EMBREK,M.D.
quest; and that e van if congress had
Herald and West Shore
A. J. BROWN.
lieraid and Alden’s Mauifold Cyclopedia,..2.tN
the power to stop Chinese immigra an amendment
• Eae>» •»duiMonal volume after Vol. I, 55 cou.fi;
1(1 cents exvr«. px,r-ror.K;'-e, postage.
Any and all kinds of surveying done on short : tion, it ought not to do so, as he be should mean those engaged in man
notice, and satisfaction guaranteed. 4—5—ly
lieved that Chinese would make ual labor. This was defeated by 8
Dr. S. B. McPheeters.
—MANUFACTURER OF TINWARE.—
just as good citizens as the Irish, majority, Harrison voting for it.
mo 3 mo 6 rno - yr.
wk 2 wk
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
Germen or other foreigners.
1 inch 11 50 < 2 50 |ó 00 ♦•s 00 111 00
Edmunds then offered another
Farmers need not incur the expense and delay of sending off for
Office at W. E. Grace’s Drug Store.
«00 1 DO 6.50 12 0) lx.oo
8.50 5 0U N 00 15 00 24.00
Agricultural Implements, as this House keeps a full stock at Fair
amendment to kill section 14, which
4 50 6 00 10 10 •ZÜ 00 L2.00
only his honest convictions, has forbade naturalization of Chinese.
Prices. Citizens will find here as complete a line of Hardware and
> . Col. 6 00 y (ri 15.00 23 0J 4 3 00
^3 <X) 43 0J «U.OO
Crockery as in any other establishment in this section of country.
:: 20 12.00 00 ;.o lt». OU ou 40.00
never been questioned.
60 00 110 00
J. G. Welch, M. D.
This amendment was beaten by 9
W-TINWARE OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS MADE TO ORDER. C ALL AND SEE GOODS.
In 1880, a republican legislature i ;^e8)“narriBon~voting’for it’
jap-LIberal reiluotion to «11 vently «dver j
Office at residence South of T he H erald Build
tlseifi. Call at Office, or write to Publisher.
having been elected in Indiana, Mr. j —
bill passed by 31 majority,
• «JT’Cu'ß charged extra, according to space; j
Harrison was chosen U. 8. senator. I Harrison voting against it; it then
Done hut metal base admitted.
H arney , O r .
gHp*As we stereotype all our advertisements ' J. W. NORTON
He served one term and was a can-1 went to the President, who signed
allchanges after lut four publications, >1 each. |
Advertising in local columns, 10c a line. ,
didate for a re-election in 1886, but it, and it became a law.
A. L. CONNOR
f^^Marriage, birth, and death announce i
was defeated by Dan’l Voorhees.
rnents free. Such items solicited ns news.
Any and all kinds of surveying done on short
Liberal rates offered to religious, social,'
notice and reasonable terms. ttp* 8ettlers
During his six years in the sen other Chinese bill passed, but Har-
FIRST-CLASS BRANDS MADE TO
wishing to be located, can have plats furnished
free of charge.
ORDER ON SHORT NOTICE.
portunitics to show just where he | gtatcd through the indianopolis
i stood on the Chinese question, and Journal that he had done all he
Every style of Job Work executed with neat I ng^TIas au Improved TIRE SETTER, with
25 M iles S outh of L akeview .
ness mid dispatch, and at reasonable rates:
! in every instance he proved that could to defeat it, and, if present,
i which he can 6€t any kind of tire .
.............. . .................... .... I
ON A CASH BASIS.
would have voted against it.
Cards, Ticke s,
I the people of the Coast were wrong,
CANYON CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Dodge; a. Etc.
E. Todd, Proprietors.
Office material. Job Stock, .Stereo
| or incapable of judging what was
typing Outfit, <kc.. are all new. The mechani
Is prepared to furnish all kinds of, fresh
In summming up Harrison's re
cal department is in charge of prime.s bred to
etc. Leave your order.
C. A. SWEEK,
! best for their section of the Union. cord in the U. S. senate on the Chi
the business, which is an assurance that orders
will be correctly filled.
In the first term of the forty- nese question, we find that he op
j seventh congress, Senator J. F. Mil posed the Coast senators in every
T he H erald is kept regularly on C’e for re
CANYON CITY, OREGON
Saddle and Harness Shop.
PAYS HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR GRAIN.
ference, in me Gr.>. 1’. Rowell Newspaper Ad
ler introduced a bill restricting the instance, and voted:
vertising Bureau, 10 Spruce si.. New York.
i immigration of Chinese laborers for' To admit Chinese ‘skilled’ labor. This Mill is in fine condition for turning out Superior Work. Is in charge of a First-class Miller. J. C. WELCOME - P roprietor .
20 years. The fu!' report of the
To admit Chinese artisans.
WE GUARANTEE OUR FLOUR,
introduction, discussion and action
To change the time of restriction
on this bill can be readily seen in
The Highest Prices will be paid for Wheat. Highest Rates will be paid in exchange for
Tlics. F. Bayard , JASPER DAVIS
P roprietor . Congressional Record, volume 1, from 20 to 10 years.
Secretary of State
Chas. N. Fairchild
Secretary of Treasury
Secretary of Interior
Against the bill restricting the
part 1, beginning on page 630.
.Win. < . Endicott
Secretary of ar
OATS, WHEAT, AND HARLEY.
W. C. Whitney
Feerctary of Navy
CHAS. SAMPSON - - B urns ,
...... A. II. Garland
the committee with a number of To sustain the President’s veto.
OF-C ali . and S ee for Y ourselves beio ' E T rading E lsewhere
Groceries and Merchandise. amendments, which were taken up To strike from the Page bill the
( J. X. Dolph, (R)
U. S. Senators
I J. II. Mitch«ll,<IQ
■ and considered one by one.
Binger Hermann, (R)
section prohibiting naturalization
Red Front Livery & it
Bylvt ster l’ennoyer, (I))
An amendment by Senator Hoar, of Chinese.
’ Geo. W. McBride, rIt)
Secretary of State
G. W. Webb, (D;
Stable. - - ‘ Paoratmm
J. B. McElroy, (K)
Again, to admit ‘skilled’ laborers
bupt. Public Irctructlun
W C. BYRD
skilled laborers, was defeated by a
R. 8. Strahan, (D)
i Wni. I'. Lord, (R)
7 W. W. Thayer, (b)
VAN. S. CURTIS, P rop ’ r .
voted for it—sec page 1,716.
sixth judicial district :
Is our motto. Good Buggy Teams, and Nice
The Finest to be Found in the Lower Market
Another amendment by Hoar izenship.
Saddle Horses Furnished ui Reasonable Charges '
L. R. I son , (D)
M. 1». C lii F ord , (D)
and Particular Attention paid tK.»he Boardin
the Page bill.
All kinds of Blacksmithing was to admit all Chinese artisans, Against
F. P. LANE
and G rooming of Trai.y lent Stock.' H-vAGrai
No wonder the Six Companies
COUNT Y- —GRANT:
and wagon work.
. J. B. J ohnson , (R)
N. R. M axey , (K)
it, but it was defeated by 5 votes. and wealthy Chinese merchants of
J. T. M * el , (D)
Two First-Class Billiard Tables
................. E. H all , (R) 1 PCF“ Horseshoeing •5.00 r span.
Ingalls, of Kansas, moved that fer to raise several million dollars
to help boost Harrison into the
c K innon , (D)
$ T. H. M kador , (D)
P. 6. EARLY
from 20 to 10. When this propo
B urns , O r .
J. II. N eal , (R)
THE HOPKIN HOUSE
A. C. D ore , (D)
AFfitffior . ..
.1 M. I>. C ameron , (D)
H. F. D oi »> on , (D)
absent but was paired with Senator
Chock, the wash house man,
J.C. LUCE, (R)
M. D. HOPKINS, P roprietor .
Maijey, who Strongly opposed the called at this office and said to the
LAKEVIEW V. 8. LAND OFFICE:
O. P. Cresap,
A. F. S nelling , (D)
amendment, and who announced reporter:
EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CLASS.
. .W. M. T o . vnsend , (D)
“You hear news?”
that Harrison, if present, would
vote for it—page 1,752.
Promptly executed. The building has been
This Hotel is new (House, Rooms, and Furniture) and offers courteous service to every Guest.
V. 8. MAILS.
larged and Improved and is prepared to tu
Has a’so a fine assortment of Barbedine ware—
“Hallison; him Plcsident.”
When the final vote was taken,
something new, which for beauty of design and
out all kinds of blacksftiithlng on shot) not!
finish is hard to equal. A fine line (and in all the bill passed by 14 majority.
and in the lx«nt style. Terms: Cash.
burns — vale :
IN CONNECTION WITH TIIE HOUHE.
Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays nt 6 p m.
Leaves Munday s and Thursdays h ! 4:80 a m.
“O, him belly good man! All
pair, Maxey, who favored the bill,
LAKEVIEW ADVERTISEMEN* 5
SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER
same likec Chinaman. Him say,
Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at I p m.
Leaves Wednesdays and Saturdays at 4 a m.
ch »«. ». connu,
r. a ,.stflawau,
Beautiful Glass Ware no vote stated that, if present, liar- i Chinaman come; No
rison would vote against the bill— same white man.
Arrives Thursdays at 6 a m.
Leaves Thursdays at 6 a tn.
C. C. MALTBY
L akeview , O r .
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
The bill then went to tho demo- H*sh. Chinaman got wash house;
I.AKEVIEW AND LINKVILLE, Or.
Arrives Wednesdays at 9 pm.
Leaves Thursday s at G a m.
Tobacco and Cigars—Pipes, and Meerschaum cratic (louse, and was passed by a Hlainc say go, leave wash house,
J. C. PARKER, Postmaster.
Pipes a specialty, warranted. Oysters. Sar
—RIDING MATERIAL A 8PECIALT Y.—
majority of 101 votes.
i How can? No can- Chinaman give
dines. Crackers, all fresh. Soaps, best
Hararto, Saddle«. Bridlm. Hpura. LatlRoa, Whip«, Clnrhea. Chaptrajo«
Non. but the
brands. Yeast Powders—everybody
can draw a prize worth from 25c
the senate tried to pass it over his Bimeby, Hallison he let all China-j
Best of California leather used. Ht^lifaetlon Guaranteed.
to |1. Full line of School
HARNEY LODGE, NO. 77, I. O. O. F.
Books, and Stationer/
veto but fai'ed. Harrison voting to I,,an come. Hallison Chinaman’s
Meets at Odd Fellows Hall, everv Saturday at
of all descriptions.
sustain the veto.
fiend. Hoola!” And Chock gave I
7 :80 p m.
M. L. FENWICK, N. G.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Attorney, Notary Public &
(’ ha *. G unther , Bect’y.
The Country promtly and correctly filled. 1-ly
April 24, 1882, another Chinese hi" P'Ktail a couPlc of
bill came up for consideration. This anibled off—Salem X idette.
General Blacksmith <fc Wagon Maker
was House bill No. 5804, introduced I T hey were at the Central Park
A. C. BRODERSEN,. k. Lakeview.
by Congressman Page, and which , I menagerie.
A METHODIST CHURCH
H. R. SCHLAGEI.
L akeview , O regon .
had passed the House by 164 ma “Do you know, Miss Maude,” he
Organization exist* in Bum*, and a com
Patents, i,a\ea's and Trade Marks procured.
modious hnu*«e is in course of erection.
Rejected Applications Revived and Prosecuted. jority and now came before the sen-
Any business entrusted to me, will ’«Ns.
4^ the human eye, when
All busineta before the U. H. Patent Office at
lost careful and prompt attention. Land
Prepared to do all Kinds of Work in the Blacksmith Hue.
Horse Shoeing at 92.50 per head
tended to promptly for moderate fees, and no ate.
tera and Collection a specialty. Corresp^'nd-
charge made unh fb Patent Jr secured. Send for
.,!>% ENTOK’S GUIDK.”
I ence solicited in English and German.
volume 13, part 4, page 2,810.
— — ”
THE BURNS SCHOOL
FRANKLIN H. HOUGH, Washington, D. C.
It was reported favorably by the
“Does it?” she asked.
Is a large, white buiMing. conveniently ar
BUGGIES, WAGONS, ET C.,->
rang»-'! for the accommodation of both sexts
committee, with a large number of “Yea; now watch me paralyze
Is out of town limits Mrs. Canfield, teacher
STATE INSURANCE CO. amendments. From the first, this tjlal tiger.
MADE TO ORDER WITH MEATNRAS, AMD OF GOOD QUALITY.
bill was favored by the Coast sena ( Long and fixedly he gazed at the
A LL WORK WARRANTED.
W. E. GRACE
A gent .
tors, and had the active opposition monarch of the jungle, when sud‘
M. A. KELTON.
denly the frightened animal threw
B urns , O regon .
Carefully edi ed and conducted In the in’erc«'«
of all is e«tah’'«bed In Hurns, and citculat««1n i
mont, Ingalls, of Kansas, Dawes, of back its head and yawned, then
every nart of Harney VaHe|*-THE Kaaroat-
rrMtlm la Ih« coarta of th« Mato, sad bsfora
TheMttoiaetory*anncv in which the state Massachusetts, Harrison of Indi- I licked its paw« enjoyably, and lan
I U m V. ». lAad O«c«
Incuran.e Company, ot Selem.Oreaon.ha« eon-
ducted it* iMiUncfW. and pstd pg I omcs , Is proven ana, and others.
M tbe fact that f»r »he past four years IT HAS t
One section of the bill read a« I That was the ‘marvelous effect of
RE( EIVED MORE PKEMII M m . JN8URFD
MORE HOME.*, and different properties, IBSU- ■
Livery s Feed 8table
ED MORE rolJf TEN. and PAII> MORE IXIMEA follow«:
the human eye!
A 4e«k ha« been ftte I up in T h « IfBWAL» in
OreffiMi and Washington Territory man any
Office, wbere- ali thc leadine rw-riodfra!« maga o? betjr
P. H. MURPHY.
ora pa n y.
Sic. 14. That hereafter no Mate court or
*1®*^ werk lies, and orewon nt-WNpapote am
court of the Unileil State, .hall admit Chi
HAS ALL L’EEN TAKEN OFF
T he Oregonian convict« the dem
plared ot the d ap.*«!of all Wrrrs ..f g.M»d liter
ature. A r« rdiaf invitati.wi ex’ende«!
with thia act are hereby repealed
ocrat« of the offense of being fre?
AZR.0 J. CORY,
The fight made against thia sec traders by «bowing that they pro
A ttorxey - at -L aw and S olicitor
LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF riRMT-cLARM
HAY A GRAIN
wa« on the ground that there pose to put wool on the free list.
of A merican and F oreign
hand, and prompt attention given
were law.- against the naturaliza But, by the same rule, are not the
Vive »rr^rra. I. ■ r.'
<>( w,<k , JI,
P atents .
all orders for teams sad vehicles.
**an he t^rf.-rmed all over th« country wfihsmt
tion of Chinese already in force.
•rparstinc ihv worfce s fr.ua their bosses; par
liberar, any .^e < an d«. the werk: either sex,
F tf., N W
W ashixtom , D. C. Senator Farley, of California, ex propose to abolish al) tai on whis
yawat,o*oM; n«» special ahi i v required; ra»4 Office,
wired; y»a are « ar e.1 ftve; cut th's uwt.
Watchmaker A Jeweler
plained that the laws were so de key? The democrats are free traders
Free Trade Prices
and return tons, vnd we will send r.^j free.s*»me
Opinion* given a* to vaine »nd validity ní
iMnr of great vaine and err .starve
wifi start you in i.uelmvs • hi< h will trías you Patent*. Attention paid to Infringement fective as to I* useless, and that in wool and the republican« are
in more ranaey righ- a av tha t anvthing Vse la and Inteufcren*^»*.
«’n t mt« for Dirigivi.
J. W. BONEBRAKE.
free traders in whisky. Which is
the world grand «wiAt free Addrem Tare A Trude-Manc«. «tu!
Gw- Chinese were being naturalized
< •., % mutata. Mai uè
. r^rM- r«<i-trrrd.
preferable?—Port laid World
W. J. LES8INC’8- FOR CASH
Good Work Beaoonable Price«.
llAHllIHOVS chívese iiecokd
WILLOW BRANCH FLOURING MILL,
FINE SILVER WARE
-A. Fine Bar