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I L n this iSiUe riij: H erald gives
D iaz has been re-elected Prcsi-
j dept of Mexico.
quest.on which is one of the chief iptegrit and fidelit fQ the Co„.,
D. L. CRACK
B laine is expected to reach home
topics of political interest iat I»«»-1 gtitution a Washington with the' Continuing the subject of last ! Aug. 1st, and to immediately take
WBBNEBDAY, JULY 18.1888.
ent. M e have been careful to give
larit and patriotism of a Lin-; week’s letter, I will given few points the stump for Harrison.
. . _
THE ANNUAL RACES WILL BEGIN AT-----
easily 1 €tdn
He is the chief officer of a respecting women’s rights under
I t is now generally believed that
verified by any one who choses to great nation, not a President who is several statutes, beginning with the Gen. Sheridan is merely being kept
examine the Congressional Records elected to office by a party.—North
alive by his physicians, and is go
ing as Garfield went.
of 1880-86. We give his direct re German Gazette, Bismark’s organ,
A widow or maid over 21 years
cord on senate bill No. 71, intro and high protectionist.
T he laws should be rigidly en
of age is entitled to land on compli forced which prohibit the immigra
duced Dec. 1881, by Miller of Cali-
Harrison would run better if he
the track is being put in first - class condition ,
Of New York.
j fornia: and on house bill No. 5804, had not owed his nomination to the ance with the statutory require tion of a servile class to compete
AND A GRAND STAND AND AMPLE SEATING ARE
■ introduced by Page of California, Pacific railroad attorneys and to ments respecting pre-emption. Full with American labor, with no in-
; and reported to the senate April Depew and Elkins. Morton’s mon
BEING BUILT FOR THE ACCOMMO
bringing with them and retaining
ALI-EN G- THURMAN
11882. At that time there was no ey bags will also be something of a declaration of intention being all, habits and customs repugnant to
DATION OF VISITORS AND
! restriction whatever on Chinese • load to carry. The big campaign that is necessary in that respect.
our civilization.—Cleveland’s in
¡inmigration. Harrison then went 1 fund that Morton will be expected
W. II. EFFINGER, of Multnomah. i boldly on record as against restric I to collect from Stanford, Hunting old, if otherwise qualified, may se Till Times-Mountaincer says
tion and in favor of admitting ton, Gould and the trusts is one of
that Harrison is not the only re
W. II. BILYEU, of Linn.
publican senator who considered
E. R. SKIPWORTH, of Umatilla. I skilled labor, artisans aud miners, those weapons that sometimes hurt cure land under these laws.
A married woman is not entitled restriction of Chinese immigration
and as favoring naturalization of more than they help in a national
$13,500,000 was paid qn the na
mistake. Very true. Allison,
; Chinese. On the Henley bill in election.—St. ixiuis Post-Dispatch, to the right of pre-emption. A sin a Blair,
tional debt during June,
! 1884, Harrison is accused of dodg- (Dem.)
Frye, Harrison, Hawley, Hoar, In
her declaratory statement and be galls, Lapham, McMillen, Morrill, S econd D ay .—SIX HUNDRED YARDS DASH, FOR SAD
D emocrats must organize early, ! ing the vote because he was train-
The republican managers will not
DLE HORSES................................................................... $100.00
and r.egd up on leading questions. I lug for the Presidency and feared be permitted to put all their ener fore making proof and payment, Platt and Sherman, all voted
j to fut ther offend the Pacific coast. gies, all their money and all their forfeits all rights as a pre-emptor against the present restriction bill. T hird D ay .—HALF MILE, COLT RACE, FOR THREE-
T he whole amount paid on the I There is np warrant for such a con-
and cannot acquire title to the land, All are men of clear intellect, of
campaigners into New York state
YEAR-OLDS, TWO IN THREE
public debt during the past year is
she an^ilmf husband con years, and nearly all of them have
1 elusion. Whatever his fault«, cow- this fall. Their utmost endeavor
been candidates for the Presiden F ourth D ay .—HALF J(ILE, FREE FOR ALL, THREE
' ardice is not <Jne of them. He stated wiil be needed to keep Illinois from
tial nomination. Each has a large
In the event of the death of a following, and if Harrison gets the
O ver 135,000 immigrants have
landed in the United States since opolis (Ind.) Journal that his ab umn, and it is doubtful if even that
course fully vindicated. And if
April 1st, 1888. It is thus Ameri sence was unavoidable and, if pres can do it. They themselves look by or for the benefit of the heirs. Harrison should be elected, the
two or three hundred thousand Chi
can labor is “protected’’ from com
Ordinarily widows are not heirs, nese now in the country will be nat
petition with the “pauper labor” of • the bill. In 1886, Senator Fair, of fairly desperate, and their best tal
Nevada, introduced a bill drawn up ent will be called upon for a fierce and cannot make final proof and uralized. Their vote will be valu
by the three federal judges of the struggle there. Minnesota, strange payment, for their own benefit. In able in maintaining the old Chinese
B y O rder of the B oard of D irectors .
B anker M orton , the republican Coast. Harrison was a member of
some states widows are by statute system of protection. What the
as it may seem, has grown so rest
P. F. STENGER,
nornineo for Vice-President, has sold the committee to which the bill was
made heirs pf their husbands, and republicans so glibly call the “Amer
ive under republican rule that no
ican system,” has been practiced
E. A. STAUFFER, , •Director».
his fine collection of Chinese curi referred. This committee proceed
where such is the case, should there for ages in China—that is why her
JOHN ROBINSON, f
little anxiety is felt with regard to
osities. A gentleman hearing of! ed to utterly destroy the intended
be no other heirs, the widow may workingmen emigrate.
ISAAC FOSTER, ,
her. Indiana, New Jersey and
this, remarked: “I don’t wonder effect of the bill by striking out the
perfect and enjoy the benefit of title
Additional Local Matter.
Connecticut we claim as our prop
no . E. R oberts , Secretary,
that he let his Chinese curiosities section declaring certificates void erty and propose to keep them.— to the land. Should there be sev —J. M. Vaughn, defeated repub
Burns, Grant County, Oregon.
go—lie will have his hands full after two years, and the clause at Cincinatti Enquirer, (Rep.)
eral heirs the widow as one of them lican candidate for the office of jus
looking after the Chinese curiosity taching a heavy penalty to fraudu China is united for Harrison. may perfect title for the benefit of tice of the peace for Burns pre
cinct, desires us to say through the
at the head of his ticket.”
lent alterations of ce-tificntes; and His name is inscribed on the prayer all. Where the state law allows the columns of T he H erald that he is
BURNS GROCERY STORE
A nu n tea merchant of San Fran by inserting a provision giving fed sticks in every Joss house in Amer estate—in the property of her de not contesting the successful demo
P roprietor .
cisco, Chin Wah Foo, says the Chi eral Courts authority to decide the ica. When the news of his nomi ceased husband, she cannot acquire cratic candidate’s right to hold the j . E. M c K innon
office, as currently reported. As
nese will make a gullant < flbrt to right of any Chinaman to land. nation reached this city, flags were title to his pre-emption claim, but no one else has an interest in oust
wards carrying California for Har Sherman reported the bill, made a hoisted on the houses of the promi may as guardian make proof and ing him, it is presumable Squire
—KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND—
nent Chinese in tokens of triumph.
rison this year, and lie will himself speech in its favor, and it passed. The Six Companies bless him.— payment for the benefit of minor Parker will remain in peaceful pos
UNITE roll MUTUAL II* \EFIT.
session of the office, given him by
contribute l.alf a million to the
New York Herald (Rep.)
the suffrage of the voters of his pre
A Full Assortment of Groceries of all Kinds!
The advertisement of the Burns
The News believes in this princi UNDER THE TIMBER-CULTfgE LAWS, cinct. T he H erald never refuses
races for this fall will be found in ple always. It dares to advocate it.
to correct an error.
T he Baltimore republican dele
GUARRANTEED TO BE OF THE BEST QUALITY.
this issue, and it will be well to call Therefore it is heart and soul for any unmarried woman over the
gates to the Chicago convention re
—“Help-Mate” Tobacco at N.
attention to a few facts in connec Ben Harrison. He believes, as does
fused to ride in the same train with
tion therewith. In a general way the the N cwr , that this country is not is the head of a family, under that
a negro republican club, and the
Harney country has been long only intended for the white and age may enter and perfect title to plenty of in hot weather; T he H er
TOBACCO A SPECIALTY.
sable brethren are grentjv incensed
known as a stock country, and its black sons of Ham, Shem and
ald is under obligations to C. M.
at the insult.
No residence is required on tim Caldwell for a supply recently fur
horses have good and ready gale in
EGGS, AND A LIMITED AMOUNT OF BUTTER TAKEN IN
Japheth, but also for the yellow ber-culture entries, and marriage nished.
0c Chinese of Santa Rosa, Cal., the markets; it is only within the Sons of Adam as well.—Chinese
EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
after initiating entry will not affect
—Fresh Groceries, fancy and sta
led in grand style, turning out past two years that any offert has Weekly News, New York, Wing
Pig torchlight procession, with been made to show inat it is, also, Ching Foo editor.
title. The acts of cultivation, plant —Ladies living out of town will
knreworks, an<| transparencies bear a farming Country. As stock rais Harrison’s career in the senate
g«“GOODS SOLD FOR CASH, AND AT PRICES
etc., required by statute may be oblige by sending in items about
ing the names of Harrison and ing and farming go hand in hand, was not very prominent. It showed
their experiments in raising poul
flTTO DEFY COMPETITION.
T he H erald , is an advocate of moral courage by his opposition to
try; it seems to us there must be
and convince yourselves.
but little doing in that direction to
both industries, because each in its the Chinese laws. Ilis position in
account for the scarcity of eggs in
Tu JRE are 10,000 naturalized way and both as a whole, are di this respect will probably cost him
THE DESERT LAND LAW
Ghinanwn in the United Stiltes. rectly conducive to the beBt inter the 14 electoral votes of the Coast. authorizes any woman, whether! the Burns market the past fall,
H^rriHpr gets this vote from the ests of Harney valley, of Grant In Indiana he has certain strength married or not, who is a citizen of spring and this summer.
—Stenger has got in a fine new
'eatf-ihe negro vote of the South county, and, if on a large and lib which, however, is based more on the United States, or of requisite stock of Lawns, Sateens, and other
and the Hungarian, Italian, etc., eral scale, of Eastern Oregon; his ability as a political boss than age, who may be entitled to and has Dress goods.
contract labor vote of the East, he T he H erald hopes to sec the on his personal popularity. He has filed her declaration of intention to , —R. J. McKinnon got in Monday
can probably dispense with the day dawn in this valley when stock- no magnitism at all. The Germans become such citizen, to initiate en-1 from a freighting trip to Hunting
the loads for W. E. Grace, J.
vjtos of the white native Americans. men and farmers will aid and abet of Indiana, republicans as well as try and aoquire title to land upon : ton,
C. Welcome, J. E. McKinnon, and
AMONG OUR GOODS YOU WILL PROBABLY FIND
«A e Chinamen of Butte, Mon., each other’s efforts in every way to democrats do not care for him, be compliance with its requirements, i Pratt & Lunaberg. Mr. McK. says
the flags, union bunting and shade
1*4,7 . ,cd the news of Harrison's secure the best results from these cause under his influence the re She may employ an agent to per-1 trees yet decorating Burns, are the
’'nomination with fireworks, illumin. two separate, and, yet inseparable publican party of Indiana declared
only visible signs of the Fourth
ated laundries and other tokens of pursuits, and place them on exhi itself for submitting a constitutional the land as well as to perform the having come and gone, that he has
bition every fall for the encourage amendment in favor of prohibition same herself. The wife’s right to I seen on his route; the firing of a
New Goods a large supply now on hand
ment of themselves and the people to a vote of the people. The repub take land under this law is not few crackers and anvils alone at AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
of the Chinese in of other sections of this part of the lican candidate for Vice-President, abridged or interfered with by rea Huntington announced the birth of
that natal day.
1 i . .
Old Goods at almost your own figure .
| state. That good points brought Levi P. Morton, is the man of mon son of of her husband having exer
j out and cultivated in stock and in ey-bags. As a statesman, com cised the privileges extended by the don’t get good value for your cash
Deirable Goods ( slightly damaged )
‘cient laborers, carries ’ farm products command tho best
pared with Thurman, Morton is law.
h disadvantages that prices, goes without saying.
nothing; but the convention hoped THE STONE AND TIMBER LAND LAW,
—The finest summer weather
thep ujh than countervail all the
The stock business in tho Har by him to make a good impression applicable to the states California, conceivable is now visiting Burns;
benefits we could derive from their ney country is tho older, and Ijas,
on the state of New York, and that Oregon and Nevada, and Washing- 1 ; “hot weather” the acclimated call
presence.—Allen G. Thurman, in tho pa.il few years, had considera
| it “delightful weather,” new-comers
ble attention paid io securing good Morton would reach deep in his ton Ty., extends the privilege of I from the Sunny South and Missis
the senate, 1879.
results, especially with horse men purse to fill the campaign fund. entry to the extent of 160 acres to ! sippi valley say; a bright sun, cool
T here are no less than seven number of whom have invested in The convention before it adjourned, every citizen of the United States ■ breeze, and cooler nights.
good sires and dams for the im
Presidential tickets in tho field provement of Harney horses, vide adopted a resolution, presented by or person who has filed a declara —A. L. Connor, the Burns sur
veyor, tells of his four days adven
Besides the two leading tickets, P. F. Stenger, Isaac Foster, Tlios. Boutclle of Maine, in which the par tion to become a citizen regardless tures on the trail of Buckaroo Jim .
Cleveland and Thurman, of the Haskell, A. W. Waters, Ed.’Han
in and about Stein mountains, in a !
Married and single women stand laughable manner; it seems that I
democracy, and Harrison and Mor- ley, Gilliam Brothers, Thos Maupin, measures for the furtherance of tem
STOCK ON THE ROAD
upon an equal footing with men un he, as well as several others, was ‘
reptilMicans, the industrial J. S. Devine and many others wor
NOW ALL IN—
thy of mention.
stands as the temperance party. der this law.
I on the wrong trail.
reform party I öfters Redstone, of
In the present state of the horse Even if it has not the courage to
Rights may be abridged only by
A n inquest was held on the re- 1
California, at^d Calvin, of Kansas; industry here, speed is considered
P F STENGER
acts of the person. The mains of Robert Lockwood July I
the union lnjbor party is headed by one of the most desirable qualities,
may by this nefarious trick bring i law allows hut 180 acres to be tnken «th, and the verdict returned was 1
tJtreetor, Ill-, and Cunningham, of and, inorder to obtain attention to
a few of the prohibitionists who by one person or association of per that death was inflicted by a pistol I
Arkansas; the united labor party
I the citizens together to witness have fallen off But few German sons. Of course any one who is a shot fired by Pat McGinnis or Buck-!
nominated Cowdry, of Ill., and . what may be attained by good republicans will after this stay true
aro<» Jim. The funeral took place !
NEAR BURN8, OREGON.
Wakefield, of Kansas; the prohibi breeding, capable training and good to the party.—Chicago Staats Zei- member of an association making July 7th, and was conducted by the |
entry under this act wnives his or I A. O. U. W.
tionists have put in the field Fisk, ; riding, when duly encouraged. tung, (Rep.)
her individual entry right.
of Nev Jersey, and Brooks, of Mis • Stockmen and sportiugiuen having
Mr. Harrison voted and spoke
a Jockey Club for Harney
It is held that a married woman ! The Ontario stage Tuesday night I
souri; while the nominees of the I formed
SAYER * DORE
P ropriktobs .
valley, with intention of doing ail against the laws to restrict Chinese
of " a serious
woman’s suffrage party arc Belva i they can afford to bring the best immigration. It was his right to in California cannot make an entry brought
Lockwood, of Washington City, and ■ material to the front this fall and do so, and there is no doubt of his under this act with community occurred at Drcwsev last Sunday, [
every year thereafter, now is the honesty in his course. But there (family) money, if her husband has July 15, in which C’has. Craft, of
Love, of Penn.
exercised his privilege of entry un Rockcreek, son of W. A. Craft,
farmer’s chance to step in and be-
T he total amount paid into the • come an active worker toward the is no division of opinion on this der the act. Under such circum was stabbed bv Frank Ward, of
U. S. treasury the past year is same ond. and by the weight of his coast on the Chinese question, and stances, the husband and wife are Drewsey. Craft is reported in a
$370,000,000 The full amount paid everyday needs in horseflesh on the no man who advocates the immi considered as an "association of very dangerous condition. An ex- j
farm, balance the sporting man’s
of Chinese can ever get
amination was held before the jus
out is $273,000,000. Tjiis leaves desire for speed and form by his gration
the vote of California, Oregon ami persons,” and entitled to but one tice of the peace at Drewsey, and i
$97,000,000 lying idle in the treas own desire for strength and endur Nevada.—San Francisco Post.
Ward bound over in the sum of!
THE MINERAL LAND LAWS
ury. As next year's receipts pay ance; then, when vegetable and
President Cleveland's second extend to women all the rights and $3000 to await the action of the'
next year’s expenses, the govern
grand jury, and in default of bail [
an ngc that will admit of an annual ,,'rm will be no experiment. He
ment has no use for this money. fair, the farmer, by hie unflagging , will enter it with the complete con- privileges that men may exercise or was sent to Canyon City.
Not one dollar «an l>e drawn from interest in the advancement of fidence of the people of all parties, enjoy, without regard to the mari —Flour at N. Brown’s
the treasury without an order from stock interests, has gained a friend for durjng fhe thn.,. vt,,r,
f hc tal relation.
N ebraska sent 10 delegates to
AT PUBLIC SALES OF LANDS,
congress signed by the President, and backer of i..«
his own „ immediate IJ '
the Chicago convention. 7 of whom
and a» Cleveland has taken a stand
were railroad attorneys and em
the coming Harney County Fair «’»»«<’ administration is simply a
extravagance and will see tine speed and great strengh ! guarantee of honest and economical men. and further they may pur- ployees. They had the free use of*
• n-nxw. «4 st
the private car of the general min-
jobbery, the surplus will continue ¡n ]iorgcg; fine milking and beef government in the interest of all I
to lie idle in the vaults of the treas- qualities in cattle; tine wool bear-jclashes of citizens.
•ns. —Toledo Bee.
Thia car remaned side-
month, until ing ami mutton points in sheep;
Against a first-rate man and a as they may be able to find subject No. 05. “
Urtvo hone«« of congress acre- un-1 fine bring qualities and weight in .
to disposal in that manner, or as tracked until the delegates were
two J^aos ntoongr.ssagrt
„nd gile ?n the J"* pohey, the republicans have
ready to return home. The V. P. is
on some measure that will bring fruits, vegetablaB and grain pro- pitted a second rate man and an they have the cash, scrip, or war determined at any cost to beat
Ihe income to the level of the gov ducts, such a progressive people ’tnjust policy — Springfield Repub- rants to pay for.
Thurman, who compelled it to pay
II enrt C Corp
its debts to the government.
■EDJnent's real needs.
A Good road all the way
are sure to demand and obtain.
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