East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, July 18, 1888, Image 4

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    lowed to utilize their own forests; quered, paying them money for ing of modern times. The issue has
EASTERN ADVERTISEMENTS.
were forbidden to appropriate their territory already theirs by con­ been clearly defined in the plat­
own streams to run mills to grind quest.
forms of the resjtective parties, and
4 MOTHER'S LOVE.
their own grain, without Her Maj­ Our next war was the war of the leaders upon either side express
Someday,
esty’s permission—even when it 1861, a conflict resulting in the themselves as satisfied with the can­
When others brupl your thick brown hair,
was known that they were manu­ freedom of the common man and didates that have been selected as
And drape your form in silk and lace,
When others call you ‘’dear” and “fair,”
Adorn your Homes, your Town Lots,
facturing hats in this country, it tl.e jierpetuity of our national life. standard bearers.
And hold your hand and kiff your face—
Your Ranches, Your Farms, your
By
this
war
our
nation
freed
itself
came
near
producing
a
revolution
While
democrats
are
gratified
at
Places, with trees and shrubbery
You’ll not forget that far above
Suited to the climate of East
from elements that were inconsist­ the unanimous action of the St.
in Great Britian.
All others, Is a mother’s love.
Oregon. And buy only
Feeling her superiority, as she ent with principles all cherish, re­ Louis convention, they are more
Some day,
from a known
than
satisfied
at
what
was
done
at
‘Mong strangers in far distant lands,
had a powerful navy and a well cognition of which was won and be­ Chicago. The general expression
In your new home beyond the sea,
disciplined army, England imag­ queathed us by the fathers of our here is that he was the weakest can­
When at you« lips are baby hands,
•
ined it would be a mere breakfast republic: “All men are created free didate before the convention, and.
And children playing at your Knee—
Responsible House.
O, then, as at your side they grow,
Senator Voorhees says:
spell to subjugate the colonies; so and equal.”
How much I loved you, you will know.
“
He
will
be
beaten
jn
Indiana
as
,
Now
we
look
out
upon
a
free,
she sent over the British Lion to
Pome day,
easily as he was for governor, or as i u
“heat hup the bloody h-Americans.” united and happy nation, and we when I beat him in the senatorial
That
When you must feel love's heavy loss,
will send
You will remember other years,
It was a long breakfast spell for 1 can greet this day with
contest in 1886. We will carry the
you what you
When I, too, bent beneath the cross—
Ilail our country’« natal morn!
state by 20,(MX) majority.”
England. It was a soul-trying, se­ “ Hail
pay th’ money for:
And mix iny memory with your tears.
our banner not yet torn,
Other
Indianians
here
express
Latest Varieties true
vere ordeal for the heroes of ’76.
In such dark hours, be not afraid;
Waring o'er the free!
to the name; Healthy,
themselves in much the same man-1
Within their shadows, I have played.
Vigorous plants; and Judi­
Seven years of prolonged suffering, Tho' by birth one s|>ot be mine,
ner. They say he is an aristocrat
cious packing,or all is lost—Labor
Home day,
Dear is all the rest—
with death and destitution frown­
and has no sympathy with the peo­
and Time and Money. Therefore, do
Your daughter’s voice, or face, or eyes,
Dear to me tire South’s fair land,
ple;
that
the
Knights
of
Labor
are
ing
them
in
the
face;
with
a
scarci
­
Save
by bearing in miud that the great
My face will suddenly recall;
Dear Hew Englund’s ro'exy strand,
against him to a man; and his re­
Then you will pause in glad surprise;
ty of food and clothing; with an
Dear the prairie'd West.”
cord on the Chinese question will
And your eou I unto mine will call
undisciplined army and no navy
To-day the men who wore the kill him on the Pacific coast. The
In that dear, unforgotten prayer
worthy of mention; with a mixture blue and they who wore the gray democrats are more than satisfied
Which we at evening used to .share.
of
muskets, shot guns and rifles, stand on the same platform and with the situation.
BLOOMINGTON
Some day,
A flower, a «eng, a word, may be
cannon and little ammunition—un­ . together join in expressions of sym­ The House presents from day to
A ling between us, strong and sweet;
der all these disadvantages, our pathy and devotion to our Union, day a very unique appearance, |
Ah! t en, dear child, remember me,
¡many of the desks being draped i
revolutionary sires pursued the Lion for the sectional issues of the past with flags with a bandanna here 1 I
And let your heart to “ aothcr” beat
My love is with you everywhere—
with doses of lead and iron, gave it are consigned to the tomb, and the and there among them, while many
You cannot get beyond my prayer.
to him hyperderniically in the scepter will pass away from any of the desks of democrats arodecked I
Some day,
right and left sides, fore and aft, party that attempts to perpetuate with Thurman bandannas, with an | Is the Largest in the World, having
At longest it cannot be long,
till at last the old Lion hung his them. The people of the United occasional flag. The conversation in actual cultivation not less than
I shall with glad impatience wait,
before the House convenes relates
Amid the glory and the song,
head, drooped liis tail, gave a retir­ States are one by a community of generally to the comparative merits
For you before the golden gate—
ing growl, and leaped the Atlantic interests, and the demagogue who of the candidates, and it is signifi­
Alter earth’s parting and earth's pain,
ocean, back to his native den, and goes down into the graveyard of the cant that the expression of the re­
Never to part again! Never again !
it was then the American Eagle ' past and digs up the skeletons of publicans generally is that their 300,000 ACRES
FOURTH OF .JULY ORATION.
plumed his pinions,soared aloft mid i dead issues, is a traitor to the best ticket is one that will grow in pop­
ularity, which means that it is not
BY T. V. B. EMBREE.
shoiits of triumph and victory, interests of our country. We arc popular now. If not popular now,
[Deliv<re<! at Uurn«, C/unt county, Ore­ crowned our banners, and from that one people, this is one country, and it is hard to understand what will
gon, July 4, HSX.j
make it so between now and Novem­
time up to the present hour, Amer­
M b . P resident : Agreeable to the ica has been free and independent. the need of the times is statesmen ber. Democrats are enthusiastic,
| who know ,fno north, no south, no now, and say the enthusiasm will |
usage of the American people, we
The
war
of
1775
was
a
war
for
east and no west,” but a united continue to increase until Novem-
have assembled to celebrate the
THE OLDEST,
anniversary of our national free­ commercial as well as political lib­ and happy people into whose hands | ber. Washington, D. C., July 2d, G. ’88.
IS THE LARGEST,
erty;
it
was
as
much
a
commercial
arc
committed
the
destinies
of
a
dom, and to every citizen of these
MOST RELIABLE
HAItNEV VALLEY FAIR.
United States, this should be an as a military war; it was for politi­ representative government.
N U R S E R Y
cal liberty that Commercial liberty
We are a progressive people.
GROWING STOCK
As no fair is held in this valley
occasion of public rejoicing.
FOR.THE WEST.
Our motto is onward and upward, i for the public exhibition of the
All enlightened nations have their might be gained.
We
have
made
wonderful
strides
i
growt
h
and
excellence
of
its
pro
­
The
next
war
we
had
with
Eng
­
sacred and national day of public
observance. We observe the Fourth land, the war of 1812, was not be­ in the advancement of arts and : ductions, T he H erald proposes to
of July because it is our national cause we were restrained in our sciences, in inventions of niachin-1 Opgn a column to all producers,
birthday; and we esteem it a great' manufactories, or invaded in our ery: agricultural and manufactur-[ farmerg anj gtockmen, in which to
>'ig. The telegraph, telephone, the | gjve a written description of all
and distinguished privilege to have territories, but because the rights ing.
steamer,
and the railroad are our j that is worthy of mention, . Very
an opportunity to participate in the 1 of our citizens under the American
BUY OF THIS HOUSE:
inventions.
—we have improved ev- fine
11 looking colts and calves of this
flag
were
violated.
England,
the
demonstrations of this day, and if
year
’
s
production
have
passed
and
we indulge in boastings to-day, it proud and haughty, assumed to be crything, even down to the Ameri­ repassed through town, but none
the mistress of the seas, and as can hog.
have reported for publication. Bring
will be pardonable.
It is no use for men or a commu­ in your this year’s stock, give the I
We arc not here as sectarians, such claitned the right to seize and
i APRICOTS,
nor politicians, but as Americans. search all vessels belonging to any nity to stand around or sit on goods age, weight, height and breed, to:
put
aB
facts
in
this
column.
Bring
' i CHERRIES,
boxes,
on
the
streets,
whittling
This is every American’s day: the neutral power while engaged in her
in specimens of hay, clover, roots, I
sticks
and
telling
how
we
used
to
native born and the adopted; the wars, and tried that experiment on
vegetables, fruits, with names, time|
rich and the poor; men and women commercial vessels of the infant go to mill; how we used to plow, of planting, manner of cultivation, i NECTARINES,
let us make this a lively
„j
pf every callin", trade and profes­ republic of America: she seized our how we used to reap, mow, and | etc., and ........................................
EVERGREENS,
sion—all are cordially invited to vessels and confiscated such goods thresh; iiow we used “to chaw to- column. . Monstrosities we will |
class
as
such.
Truthful
statements
j
.contribute and io share alike in the as her officers were pleased to de­ backcr, and drink licker, when we will be given each time, and the j ARBOR VITÆ,
hospitalities and fcstjviticj offered nominate “contra-brand,” and even were boys, and how it didn’t hurt a truth alone well told will advertise j
took seamen, native-born Ameri­ feller, either, for the licker was this valley to the better class of ini- , FIRS, BALSAM,
pn this occasion.
)'"roni the forests of Maine to the cans and placing them on board pure, anil we didn’t have temper-j migrants, such as Harney wants,
prango groves of Florida^ from the her tnen-of-war, pressed them into ance cranks then.” Neither will it than all the most plausibly told ex-
Gulf of .Mexico to the ever-green her service. This was an indignity do for the women to sit around with aggcrations afloat, We start off PEARS, PLUMS,
shores of Puget Sound—even to cold to the honor of our government and pipes in their mouths, chins on fairly, with the following names,
in the order brought in, and all our
Alaska—from center to circumfer­ an insult to the ling of our country, their hands, and elbows on their statements can be verified by the PINES, CEDARS,
i
ence of our Republic, on land and as well as an outrage on our com­ knees, telling how we used to cook: samples filed and labeled for refer-
on water—yea, wherever floats the merce and the rights of American how we used to wash; how we used ence, except in perishable articles, TREES, SHRUBS,
banner of the United States, at citizenship. So we went to war to spin,.and knit; how we used to notes of which are filed.
APPLES, PLANTS,
M rs . I one W hiting .—Near Burns;
home or abroad, on land or Bea, this time, the United States having make our own, our men’s, and the
20: Barley, six acres, sown on BERRIES, QUINCES,.............
millions of the sons and daughters taken rank with the powers of the children’s clothing; and how “we June
ground under cultivation the past
of America, are assembled at this world The rights of nn American didn’t paint, nor wear hoops, nor 13 years; stalks (exclusive of roots)
PEACHES,FLOWERS,...............
hour, to recount the events and citizen had become an entity; it corsets, when we were gals.” It is 42 inches in length, heads well I ......................... '..........................
deeds of heroism that gave birth to was something definite, was worthy of no use to dwell upon these filled, grain fine and large; planted ORNAMENTAL CYPRESS.......
in April.
I
American Liberty*
of a policy and worthy of the put­ things.
Barley phmted late, in April, on ilfIRCH, SPRUCE, ELDER,.
It will be impracticable to at­ ting forth of the whole power of our
(Continued.]
new ground, 12 inches high.
tempt to go into the detailed history government.
FROM WASHINGTON, ». C.
M rs . A lmeda S tenger .—Burns, ' ASII, LINDEN, CHESTNUT,
of that which led the thirteen origi­ Since that war, Americans under
¡June 22: Barley, sowed last year, I..........................................................
nal colonies to sever their connec­ our flag are protected on the high
E d . H erald : N ow that both of on cultivated ground; 36 inches TULIPS, WEEPING WILLOWS,
tion with the government of Eng­ seas, in foreign ports and lands, and the groat national conventions have high; stalk bulky, grain well filled.
land—their causes tf complaint to-day can unite in celebrating this completed their labors and the ‘Alfalfa, cut above the ground; RED-BUD, SHADE TREES AC.
have been clearly set forth by our day and none dare molest nor make members of congress have returned fine, strong, in blossom, 27 inches
high.
JUNIPERS, RHODODENDRONS
reader of the Declaration of Inde­ them afraid.
to Washington and resumed their
A. J. B rown .—Near Harney, June !
pendence, wherein we see that our
No government, lias had the au­ official duties, a great deal is being 23: Alfalfa, in blossom, average
colonial fathers realized the crisis dacity to offer an indignity to our ' accomplished in the way of legisla­ stand 38 inches high.
had fully arrived to justify them in citizens, until bore of late: The Do­ tion.
D r . T. V. B. E mbree .—Near
declaring themselves free from minion of Canada has driven out of Of course the Mills tariff bill is Harney; June 23: Lettuce, Oak EACH THE BEST OF ITS KIND.
England’s rule. So, one hundred her ports our fishermen who had considered of paramount inipor- Leaf variety; root 4 inches around;
and twelve years ago, the American entered in search of shelter from tance and is receiving most of the leaves green and brown variegated;
stalks white, crisp and tender;
Congress, wiUjj.-ieelings of. deep
raging storms, or to purchase food attention in the House, and its dis- measured 20 inches straight across
solemnity,*ann““imprcssed with a
and fresh water supplies for their icussion has been exceedingly inter­ the face of the head from tip to tip
sense of the great responsibility of crews, or to repair their shattered esting during the past week. The of outside leaves (exclusive of
Send for a Catalogue, and make
the enterprise they were about to vessels. Canada has seized our > neceseitv for the bill beeonaee more ground leaves.)
Second head, samo variety, 10 your selections in time for the fall
embark in, committed their lives vessels upon the high seas, boarded apparent with each day’s discus-
delivery, if you want to plant none
and property to the cause of frec- j them with sailors of armed vessels sicn, and as the people become en­ inches across.
ut the Best, and that is always the
Titos. H askell .—One mile of Cheapest. This spring, alone, more
dpm, and declared that “America i of the Dominion, taken our crews lightened as to the burdens imposed
Burns;
June
26:
Alfalfa,
in
blos
­
was, and of a right ought to be, free ' prisoners, carried them to Canadian 1 by the present unjust and iniqui­ som, 42 inches high.
than a
and independent.”
tous robbery of the many to enrich
M rs . T hos . H askell .—June 26
This grand movement so aroused I ports, and condemned them and
i the few. There is now no doubt of Gooaeberries on a single branch
|
confiscated
property
under
the
laws
the ire of our old Mother England
its passage by the House, and the
lllvrPe Knglish
that she attempted to exercise pa­ of an English colony. Oh. for the
j 8 inches long; 5 bearing twigs to
onus of its defeat, if defeated, will! the branch, containing
... -—
!
spirit
of
1812!
151 - very
rental restraint over her American
rest upon the republican senate.
| • large • berries;
■
Our
war
of
1846
was
with
Mcxi-
weight
of
whole,
onc-
daughter, and to administer a rep­
The
several
presidential
aspirants
half
pound.
$1,000 worth wasShiPPed
|
co,
and
our
army
conquered
the
rimand—‘her action not prompted
Flowers: A boquet of cut flowers,
by parental love, and devotion to > land where once stood the veritable 1 in the senate have return, .1 to their
TO
the material prosperity of her colo­ halls of the Montezuma«, nmi we ! work. A look of quiet sadness dis- from Sweet Williams grown from
last year's seedlings; 4 colors, mu-
plays
itself
upon
the
face
of
Sena
­
nies, but to hold them as subordi­ gained with other rant territory,
num, 2 shades, magenta, and pink
HUNTINGTON, OR.
nates, as mere feeders to the homo ■ New Mexica anti the Golden State tor Sherman, despite his efforts to and white variegated.
appear
unconcerned.
Many
causes
It
has
always
been
of
California,
government.
A box of growing plants; June
The movement on the part of the the policy of the United States not of disappointment exist in the re- 22: 2 sets of carnation, ready to
colonies was a bold adventure that to hold territory by conquest. Our , publican camp, and many candi­ bloom: 2 thrifty ice plants; 6 petu­
was no less a surprise to the Brit­ ! government «wild have held the dates are sore over the result. Par­ nias. 1 in bloom; a very handsomely Call at thia Office and order.
made up box, grown from the seed.
ish government than to all the whole of Mexico, but the popular ticularly is this the case of Senator
address the following-named
M rs . G race .—Cage bird; from a
Sherman,
who
charges
that
dele
­
frowned heads of Europe.
sentiment of our country being op-
mixed canary and linnet singer and
GEO. W. CRANE,
On the side of the colonies, it was ,<oaed to the policy of. acquiring gates wen' bought to support Alger pure canary hen; hatched April
a political, a religion«, and a com­ territory by conquest, consequently who were pledged to him. and that 22d; is a fine, thrifty, very ugly
DOX 121(1, Bloomington, Ill.
mercial necessity—self-respect as
this traffic in delegates caused hi. marked with green, brown, yellow
a people compelling them to resent at the ratification of the treaty be-
and white, but as a singer« do not
and to resist British aggressions. ‘ riween our government and Mexico, defeat. Mr. Sherman had fully ex- believe it can be surpassed.
WONDERSexief In thowandeof
Ths policy of England Icing such we paid them $15 jjOOO.OOO in con­ pected to receive the nomination at
X'
M rs T. A. M c K innon .—Near U xjij invention;
as to produce stagnation in all the sideration for the territory ceded us | Chicago, and probably none of the
t hone who are fn need of prof­
Burns, June 2": Boquet of Carna­ itable work that can be done while living at
industries and commercial enter­
disappointed candidates feel defeat tions. raised from last year's seed­ home should at once »and their addre.• to H a I-
—
another
new
feature
introduced
!
ct A Co .Portland. Maine, and receive free, full
prises of our country, as well as to
information how either rex. of all ana. can earn
lings. Very large and very fine.
flwtri all the pride and manhood of I into the history of the world by the more keenly than he.
from $5 to 925 per day and upwards wherever they
live, you arc Muted free; capital net required:
The
campaign
is
likely
to
be
the
T.
A.
M
c
K
innon
.
—
Bums;
Jure
pn enlightened people.
American republic: a victorious
aotne ha\ e made over |s? fa a »ingle day at thia
Ou»- colonial fathers were not al- nation, instead of taxing the con­ most closely contested and interest- 29; Barley 52 inches high
work. all eucceed.
J5- Ty
WINCHESTER
THE HERALD
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Procuring Land Patents, Filing Argument«,
vertirement.
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WASHINGTON, D. CL
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