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HARNEY VALLEY FAIR.
A. R. Anderson, member of con-
TfiE resolutions adopted by the
Resolute Assembly, No. 4870, of the gross from Iowa, who although
As no fair is held in this valley
Ftriona May Acquire
Knights of Labor, nt Portland, Or., elected as an independent, has here- Hew Foreign.Horn
Title to Public Lnnde.
for the public exhibition of the
I toforc always declared his entire
Aug. 1st, 1888, run as follows:
Persons of foreign birth and par growth and excellence of its pro
Ke olved, That this assembly do all in its sympathy with the general purpose entage who have not been natural duction#, T he H erald proposes to
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22. 18’13.
open a column to all producers,
power to help any party who will come to of the republican party.
ized, nor declared their intention to farmers and stockmen, in yyhich to
this city fur the purpose of starting a shoe
I manufactory. and yrill do nil wu can in in-
: become citizens of the United States give a written description of all
1 troducing the good? that vre niauufactQred Harrison, but he is a member of nor received honorable discharges that is worthy of mention; Very
in said worgs on condition that they em* the Tariff Reform League.
t of Grant
| from the military or naval service fine looking colts and calves of this The Leading Mer
I ploy white labor only.
year’s production have passed and
Journalistically there has been a
’ Resolved, That we will help to defeat any
of the government, may purchase repassed through town, but none
party who favors Chine-e emigration to this steady democratic gain. Not one lands at private entry within the
LG, HATS, CAPS,
DRY GOODS, CL
j < of the important republican papers
Of New York.
’ BOOTS, SHOES, GÄCEfc
j Resolved, That it it Ute duty of every la., * that refused to support Blaine in states and may acquire title to min in your this year’s stock, give the
age, weight, height and breed, to
j bor man or lubor party in this order, or’
eral lands within the territories.
put as facts in this column. Bring
i whatever order that has lal>or for its motto, | 1884 has gone back to that party,
PAINTS, OILS, *GLA8f PUTTY, Tl
• to keep the Chinese from our door.
in specimens of hay, clover, roots,
j and the secession has been re-in-
SULTANA RAZORS AND “I X L” CUTLERY, WINES AND
the lawmakers, when enacting the ! vegetables, fruitSj with names, time
ALLEN G. THURMAN
| i . IUt^heJ
■ in tipoference
j iuivvu vine j • cm mj * vaav a luriuunvv
to ' ’
CIGARS; AND A .THOUSAND OTHER ARTICLES
law on this subject passed by the of planting, manner of cultivation,
lgsJipg republican or-
} cheap wla t I c . v ac d tobacco, and thia assem* Journal, the lQijpipg
etc., and let us make this a lively
TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
; My cannot vote for any party who ha-i free ' gan of Rhode Island; the Christian
Monstrosities we will
W. II. E FFINGER,'of Multnomah. iwbhk,,on1hiV'‘.tio,T: ThT,iore ’
' Union; Norden, the greatest Norwe-
class as such. Truthful statements CHEAPEST HOUSE in Eastern Oregon FOR CASH,
lu-iolved, That thia
assembly will work
hw « i I .
. , .
., cultural lands in the several terri
W. R. BILYEU, of Linn.
hard for the election of Cleveland ami
and I 8 g ian
journal of the country; the tories, c,nd, atthe law has not. been ' will be given each time, and the '
truth alone well told will advertise I
E. R. SKIPWORTIL of Umatilla. Thurman ¡text Novembur,. so that labor California Democrat, the San Fran-
tnuy have a hearing and nut Ut trod (lown , cigc0 Report and numbers of smali- construed by the courts or the in this valley to the better class of im-1
, terior department, it may be that j migrants, such as Itarney wants, I
SiiEitiDAN was buried* at Arling by railroad —
er publications. Meanwhile^ tins
the object has been attained. I ant I than all the most plausibly told ex
ton Heights, I). 0.
W hen the- petition to congress,' Chicago Tribune, the Omaha Bee,
aggerations afloat. We start off
fairly, with the following names,
against lumber being placed on ths ' the Philadelphia Telegraph and the
THE TOWN OF LAKEVIEW
M aj .-G en . S chofield succeeds
doubtful whether the right to pur-: in the order brought in, and all our
free list because the industry would Indianapolis News are giving Har- i
Lake Co., Oregon.
Sheridan in command of the army.
chase land at private entry in the1 statements can be verified by the '
by ruined by Canadian competition,, rison support of a kind more dam-
territories—if any can be found sub samples filed and labeled for refer- AS IT IS VOICED BY ITS LOCAL NEWSPAPER & THE HERALD,
C hief J ustice F i ller will not was being uirculated for signature«, aging than open opposition,
ject to suc*i entry—has been denied encc, except in perishable articles, BUSINESS MEN abroad see that LAKEVIEW, Lake co., Or., contains: 1 newspaper; 2 hotel«:
notes of which are filed.
In New York, the republican
take the oath of office until the su it was presented to Gov. Pennoyer.
saloons; 1 brewery; 1 undertaker; 2 laundries; 2 furniture store; 1 shoo shop; 1 Mses'
to foreigners by said act.
M rs . I one W hiting .—Near Burns; 1 itrocer: 3 2 lawyers:
preme court meets October next. I The governor looked quiz:cally at ticket is advocated by only one
3 physicians: 1 surveyor; I land agent; 1 dentist; 1 drugstore; 1 Jeweler:
In ordinary cases of entry under June 20: Barley, six acres, sown on msrltei;
blacksmiths; 2 harness shops; 1 livery stable: 1 bakery; 3 general morehandlM stores; 1 bath
! his visitor and «aid:
journal of the first rank, the Tri-
1 milliner shop; 1 real estate agent; 1 saw-mill. Also, 2 NasonU- lodges; 1 Good Tern
J t has been discovered that Chi “You know my views on this bune, and that comes far down the the pre-emption and timber-culture ground under cultivation the past house:
13 years; stalks (exclusive of roots) pier lorlijc; a Odd Fellows'lodges; 1 United Working Men’s lod»4.
nese arc beitjg allowed to land in , matter; why do yog bring that pu- list in point of circulation. The laws, an fdieirt.who has declared 42 inches in length, heads well
! bis or her intention to become a cit- filled, grain fine and large; planted
Boston by the payment of $70 per|pcr t. t-> me?"
! World, Sun, Herald, Times, Star,
“Because you are largely inter-| a^d Evening Pdst are all enthusi- izen of the United States may ac in April.
quire title to public land.
Barley planted late, in April, on
T he notorious trunk murderer, ested in lumber,” was the answer, istically for Cleveland.
SADDLE <S¿ HARNESS MAKER
An entry may be initiated under new ground, 12 inches high.
“Oh, this is an appeal to my self-1 Even more significant- than par-
Brooks, alias Maxwell, was hung in
M rs . A lmeda S tenger .—Burns,
the homestead law by one who has
8t. Louis, Aug. 10th. He killed i ishness,” said the governor. Then ! ty changes, is the attitude of the made the declaration of intention June 22: Barley, sowed last year,
his friend, C. Arthur Preller, at the .he added, “My friend, before I labor element. This, both journal- respecting citizenship, but the nat on cultivated ground; 36 inches
C. 0. MALTBY
L akeview , O r .
high; stalk bulky, grain well filled.
Southern Hotel, April 1885, robbed would acknowledge myself such a istically and personally, is almost uralization must be complete be Alfalfa, cut above the ground;
kiln and hid the body in a trunk. goose as unable to compete with solid for tariff reform. Almost all fore title can be perfected.
fine, strong, in blossom, 27 inches
those fellows across the line, I would the labor representatives in con
—RIDING MATERIAL A SPECIALTY.
In the administration of the pu.b- high.
Ex-Gov. P orter , at the earnest quit the business.”
gress voted for the Mills bill. The lic land lirws, an honorable dis A. J. B rown .—rNear Harney, June Harness Saddles, Bridles, Spurs, Latigoa, Whips, Cinches, Chaperajoa. None but the
solicitation of the workingmen, re “But they use Chinese labor.”
23: Alfalfa, in blossom, average
drift of sentiment is easy to catch.
•car- Best of California Leather uaed. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
fused to accept the republican nom The governor showed his visitor It is away from cheap whisky and charge from the military or naval stancT 38 in’chcs high.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
ination for governor oflndiann, and a number of white laborers in his high priced necessaries and towards
June 23: Lettuce, Oak
a man named Hovey has received i lumber yard laying up Loard piles, Cleveland, Thurman and lower sidcred as equivalent to a deeara-1 Harney;
tion of intention to become a citi-1 Leaf variety; root 4 inches around;
and said triumphantly:
taxes.—San Francisco Examiner. zen sc far as relates to the initiation leaves green and brown variegated;:
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T he Cubans are reported indus-1 “I wouldn’t give one of those
9,000 Iutllaiiapolls VVorulugm«>n.
of a claim.
measured 20 inches straight across
triously agitating the question of' stajyart fellows fyr three of your
A very significant and sensation-! A declaration of intention by an i the face of the head from tip to tip
annexation to the United States, j pig tail Celestials,”
al affair occurred in Indianapolis, entryman, who dies before being I of outside leaves (exclusive ¿f
In many respects, Cuba would be n | T he Philadelphia Timc%, a pro- on the evening of Aug. 2d. A large (ally naturalized, is deemed equiv I ground leaves.)
Second head, same variety, 10
yuluabl 'acquisition'. The popula-1 tectiuuiet paper in its general policy, meeting of laboring men spjit on alent to a declaration by hia widow
tIon is not very desirable, but the i has been arguing in favor of free
proposition to goto Porter’s or minor children. An alien can
T hos . H askell .—One mile of
The Finest to he Found in the Lower Market
inland is very rich.
wool, in the center of the woolen I re8‘dence and ur8e him to acccI,t acquire no rights, as against an ad I Burns; June 26: Alfalfa, in bios-1
verse claimant, by settlement upon
A n enthusiastic meeting was held I
M rs . T hos . H askell .—June 26;
F. P. LANE
public land. Such settler’s rights, Gooseberries on a single branch;
(.t Ccopir’s Union, in N»aSvlirk| After showing that under the ex- wrnor’ Abont J
Uting ' tariff
in the ab6eneo of adverse elai m I the large English variety; branch!
e:fv A ub 6th bv ’I
'• W American
■ — ^ve\‘?
' turers pyodlic? 52) per cent of the , y°n<lan ■
jfments will relate back to date of original ¡8 inches loAg; Shearing twigs to j
Two First-Class Billiard Tables
........ .. 1
- — ’
---- 1„ consumed in ‘ this
Lt- | 1 and
¿•■tt'r. laent upon becoming natural the branch, containing 151 very ,
■ v" decided to solidly support
large berries; weight of whole, one-
The large majority,
consisting of ized.
' mil j j and
<u hi foreigners
lull ut,io 47^
~T i o per
|rv a cent,
' J and Thurman, as repre , "''intry,
The alien heirs of a deceased
while ¿ur people are taxed -GO per llbouti 2’^!
senting the best interests of Am'eri-
passed a series of resolutions ad-; homesteader may purchase under from Sweet Williams grown from
I cent for woolen goods, it adds:
eaq working men.
THE HOPKINS HOUSE
“Free wool and reduced taxes on vising Porter to keep out of the j gection 2, act June 15, 1880, unless last year’s seedlings; 4 colors, ma
M ort , N has formally resigned
M. D. HOPKINS, P roprietor .
and white variegated.
bis petition cs one of the directors - our woolen products, would doubled . The n’ore P°*nted of tl,e rcsolu- to above..
A box of growing plants; June
EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CLASS.
The son whotaame to - this coun 22: 2 sets of carnation, ready to
<>f trio Canadian Pacific railroad. 'home labor in the woolen jnduR. tions were as follows:
try as a minor with his father, and bloom; 2 thrifty ice plants; 6 petu Thia. Motel la-new (House, Rooms, and Furniture) and offers courteous service to every Gueet,
The fact uf his connection with this | tries; would cheapen woolens over
road was being used against the re j one hundred millions to home con- gathering of workingmen, represen- whose father—still living—has on nias, 1 in bloom’: a vary handsomely
madeup box, grown from the seed.
publican ticket in New York Rich I sutners, and would give aqr w t hole
__ _ Uriives of the several industries of ly declared his intention to become
Aug. 11, garden, beans, 7 inches
a citizen, is not qualified to make . in length; c.risp and tender.
ard J. (’ross, a partner of Morton’s ! home markets to our home indus
tive of party, here assembled, de- entry without having filed his own , M rs . G race .—Cage bird; from a
IN CONNECTION WITH ;HE HOUSE.
in the New York tanking firm of try.—San Francisco Examiner.
‘ clare that we are unalterably op declaration of intention.
Morton, liliss & Co., retains bis in
mixed canary and linnet singer and
T he memorial to congress from posed to the election of Benjamin
An alien who has been honora pure canary hen; . hatched April:
terest in the road.
the citizens of Han Francisco, «k-j‘^rri^’n to'the Presidency
bly discharged from the military 22d; is a fine, thrifty, very ugly-
B laine landed in New York Aug. ing that the committee now inves- i United States, because his life and or naval service of the United marked with green, brown, yellow
11th, and was given a reception so tigating the contract labor frauds official record fully demonstrates States, may initiate a homestead and white, but as a singer, do not
believe it can be surpassed,
enthusiastic that Ah Ben must , shall come to the Coast and look! that b.e is blindly wedded to the entry but must take out citizenship
M rs . T. A. M c K innon .—Near
have felt blue loncjome. ^¡e made into the methods by which thous- corporate powers of the country and papers before he can complete his Burns, June 27: Boquet of Carna
one of his usual Jingo speeches, in ! antis of Chinese are being landed has no proper regard for the inter- entry and receive patent.
tions, raised from last year’s seed
lings. Very large and very fine.
which he denounced free trade ns here; also demanding the impeach-
The nineteen-year-old daughter
T. A. M c K innon .—Burns; June
not to bft lon,cr
a measure in England's interest. UHHit and removal of the two crook- ‘ Thuf wc
of a person who had declared his 29: Barley 52 inches high.
25 M iles S outh of ^ akeview .
But he forgot to say which kind of cd Federal judge«, Sawyer and (xivpd by gygtem of extortionate intention to become a citizen, but
July 30, wheat 43 inches; and
free trade-g-in raw iiinterials or in Sabin, has been reported in the, wftj. taxaljon; although denomina- had not yet received his final citi timothy with heads measuring from
L akeview , O regon
House, printed in the Congression- tpd ..Protection » which demands
whisky and tobacco.
10 inches in length.
zenship papers, may in person or 8 to
M rs . L. H arkey : near Burns; Ju-!
al Record, and referred to the judi-1 trii,ute from the millions of wagc- by guardian make proof upon the
O n Aug. Cth, a delegation of the eiary amt immigration committees. workerg
Iv 14; Baskeiof Garden Vegetables '
the benefit of weaJthy
i homestead of her deceased father, Potatoes, large, smooth, fine; Let
Hocking valley coal miners called
PAYS HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR GRAIN.
The (Juration of Floppera.
provided she shall have continued tuce, and Mustard, young and crisp; I
on Thurman, and asked him to
The Chronicle announces the dis That to become a candidate on cither in person or by proxy to cul Radishes, good size, tender; Beets, | This Mil) is in fine condition for turning out Superior W ork. Is In charge of a Firat-claet Miller
visit the valley and address the
fair size, smooth, fine. Sample,
of a constant stream of dem i- the republican state ticket is to tivate and reside on the land em from a home garden, and as such I
miners, lie promised to do so. lit
f«-WE GUARANTEE OUR FLOUR.
braced, and is able to show that she speaks well for what farmers can !
is very popular among the miners ocrats going over to Harrison hu<i(
of Hocking valley, because some , high taxes, and remarks that it has and the platform on which he: bag jaken the oaths required by do for the table in Harney valley.
The Highest Prices will be paid for Wheat. Highest Rates will be paid in exchange for
T hos . S tephens : near Burns; Ju
I naturalization laws.
trouble I not heard the.name of any repub- ■ stands; therefore, be it
years ago when there was
OATH, WHEAT, AND BARLEY.
between them and their employers I Hearts engaged in a corresponding
vise the Hon. Albert
I orter, w io t na(ura]jzcg bjg wjf(> nnj a]j minor 150 spears to single root, or from
about the wages, and it was left to movement towards Cleveland and
one seed; 30acres in.
i> tariff reform. Well, here are just has heretofore evinced a spirit of cj1j]jren
'ALL AND SgK FQR YOURSELVES BEFORE TRADING ELSEWHERE.
F. W. R itterbi sen: near Saddle
Judge Thurman to arbitrate, he,
Buttes; July 20; Barley 41 inches’
upon investigation, decided in favori . a few names that we happen to rc-
of Indiana, that he shall not,
, to an Anierican citizen endoW8 her high; a small piece put in to test
• member at th » moment:
of the miners.
agricultural value of bottom of the '
Calvin Egertoo, of Los Angeles.
The childre„ of an alicn wbo werc slough on swamped land.
L. I’. D rexel , of the firm
Seth Lowe, late republican may- in an attitud# of hostility to their
ohn \ da > ms - Near Burns; Ju
interests, or lend himself to bis per- nlinors at the datc of hi8 declara- ly J 24;
Drexel A Co., of Oakland«, Cal ■ or of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Oats, 78 in. high, Wheat, 60
. of intention to become
_ .here he 1ms n Jute bag factory, lias 1 Rev. Dr. Theodore L. Cuyler.
, would thus use
aciti- in., and Barley, 40 in. in hight.
him in an hour of dire extremity for
. . ., .
, , .
suddenly become famous—in fact. 1 Rev. Dr. Storrs.
, zen, must complete their nnturali- 30 acres altogether in this grain,
more so tb.au h” wished to l e. It . Ex-Gov. I). T. Farnsworth, ¡ a J
< \ r- , ,
zation in the event that the citizen-
S imon L ewis , Silver creek, July
came about by his announcing one West Virginia,
ship ofthe father was not completed 30, wheat 40 inches, with full heads
. ■ ..
lay that he would noj support the I Ar'Jiur T. Lyman, a prominent niiliation and . defeat.
prior to the attainment by them, of of fine large grains.
democratic ticket; he had been a; republican manufacturer of Boston.
M r . B laine ’ s home-coming on their majorities.
M rs . S imon L ewis , July 30, 13
democrat ever since be emigrated
Mi’j. A. D. Pierce, late chairmai; the splendid new steamer which
—MANUFACTURER OF TINWARE —
An alien who immigrates during
here from Sootlnml: but he wanted ot the republican congressional sails to-day is witji omens of uncx- j his minority and remains until af- large yellows beets, the largest one
Farmers need not incur the expense and delay of sending off for.
i othing more to do with a party committee, of the 20th Illinois dis anipled victory for the American ¡ter his majority must become natu being 9 inches in length and 14
inches in circumference; the flavor ! Agricultural Implements, as this House keeps a full stock at Fair
that advocated a policy that was trict.
ralise of which he is the foremost ralized if he desires to exercise the excellent.
Prices. Citizens will find here as complete a line of Hardware and
ruinous uj the interesta of Au*uri*.'un
M rs . T. J. S hields . Silver creek.
Judge Frank T. Ri««l, Ute repult- popular champion.—Mail and Ex- rights and enjoy the privileges of
Crockery as in any other establishment in this section of country.
laborers. Republicans hailed his liean candidate for governor of Ten press.
July 30. cucumbers of good size, ^■TINWAREOF ALL DESCRIPTIONS MADE TO ORDER CALL AND SEE GOODS.
access* p to their ranks with enthu nessee in 1881.
W hat .a howling pity it is that he
Alien women may I m 1 naturalized crisp
M aupin B ros ., one mile north of
siasm. Rome newspaper reporters
F. S. Christenson, formerly as is not coming home on a brand jbe ga)ne a8 foreign born men, the Burns, Aug. 2d, barley 44, inches,
< ailed at bis place ol business to i;t- sistant secretary of state of Minne
new A:neriean-b<iilt ship, flying the proexa'ding being precisely similar with fine head of grain; 18 acres in.
L rview him. He wits absent, but
S. J. MoTItERSltEAD.-- Aug. 4
star-spangled banner at her mizzen j The rules respecting citizenship
it was diseovosetl that, hit i-artner sota
General Blacksmith & Wagon Maker
Henry 8. Hotchkiss, of Brooklyn, gaff! What a reception lfc Would I in relation to entries of public lands timothy 43 inches long, and appar
was a Chinaman; his working force
consisted of several hundred coolies late republican member of the New have then! Rut American steam apply to all alike without regard ently not nearly grown.
IL R. SCHLÄGEL
L akeview , O regon .
C has . Z iegler .—Poisqn creek,
and some sickly, wretched Scotch , York legislature.
skips, thanks to the republican,sys to sex.
enry N. Corr.
girls, wliotn Drexel imported from
tem of crushing cut certain indus
wheat. 53 inches high, with heads
his native land, and who were work Crawford D. Henning, winner of
libel Home Shoeing at t? 50 per head
ing under Chinese bosses for lets the fu st lU’i-J'y prize of the Protec tries in order to pay bounties to
than the coolies got for the same tive League in 1887. whose further
work. Now Drexel’« name is in studies made him a tariff reformer. main nowadays. The new steam A- N road, was killed Aug. 12th. raising it for seed,
A. H ills , of-Poison Creek. Aug.
BUGGIES, W A G O N S. ET C.,->
every newspaper in d»<- land,
ship. ( itv of New York, is practi
Win. Lloyd Garrison.
11th, Chili Club wheat. 48 inches
coupled with remarks the reverse
Owen Lovqjoy, grandson of tlje
long, with large full heads; 14 acres
■ ADR TO ORDER WITH VRATNEM. AND OF GOOD QUALITY.
of complimentary. It llitre are any
Blaine’s party has made it impos ing a curve about 3 miles cast of in: not irrigated.
mere Drexels in the dcuiocwde | abolitionist martyr.
A II, WORK W .A R R A N T E D.
Ashbel P. Fitch, member of con- sible for her to sail under the1
ranks, they will be gladly
MMMaa • «M-eian <>nn «with work» la maaaetLia wltk tk. *bo>
two children at La Grande
American flag —N V World
changed Jbr Stoirv’ <r Nelson^,
urss from New York
WILLOW BRANCH FLOORING MILL,