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BURNS, GRANT COUNTY. OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER //, 1888.
Vol. 1—No. 46.
FROM WASHINGTON, D. C.
CANYON CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
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W ashington C ity , D. C.l
September 25. 1888. j
Lake County Exnminsr.
$2.BO a Year,
O. C. Whorton, general land of CHAS. A. COUSWZU,
». A. TOUIWELL,
E d . H erald : Yesterday the long- fice inspector, ia expected here thia Lakeview.
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PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
CANYON CITY, OREGON.
before the finance committee. It
D. L. GRACE,
In the case where Grant county LAKEVIEW AND LINKVILLE, Or.
is fairly in accord with the Chica
P ublisher and P roprietor .
sued Lake county for 44,200, Judge
go platform. The tariff on wool
Webster has just given a decieion
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and woolen goods is increased, and
in favor of Graut for <483.
CLOTHING, HATS, CAP8,
the internal tax on tobacco, cigars
Six Mouths. ................
W. O. Stone, of Summer Lake,
and cigarettes is entirely abolished.
One Year (in advance)
The cigarmakers are kicking so
PAINTS, OILS, GLAS8, PUTTY, THE CELEBRATED
vigorously against free tobacco that half-grown and treeslin blossom.
HERALD CLUB LIST:
SULTANA RAZORS AND “I X L” CUTLERY, WINES AND
the senators will probably be com How's that for Lake county?
Herald and The Centare, on« year
•CIGARS; AND A THOUSAND OTHER ARTICLES
Herald and St. Nlehulea,
pelled to retain a light tax on ci Ochoco Review:
Herald and Demvreat M«Ka»lne. one year
TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
Herald and Peleiauo Meicerlue
A. C. BR0DER8EN,... LaUview.
Herald and Oodey’» lady'« Book “
Herald and »'«( shore
' to 430,000,(XX). The tax on fruit Cascades iaatwee^«^ that there Any business «n trust ed fo me, wìll reeelve CHEAPEST HOUSE in Eastern Oregon FOR CASH.
Herald aud LeaUe'e lllultrated New«paper . 5.75 sume thin g new, which for beaùty of daaigu and
M«mH and LeflUe'i popular Monthly
moit rarefili and prompt attentton. Land mat
fi ulab is hard Io asnal A
Un» («nd in all i brandies ia abolished, making a re are 500 men workiug on the Oregon terà
and Collection a specialty. Correspond-
Bolleited in Euglish and German.
additional volume after Vul/1, 56 cents;
10 cents extra per volume, p« stage.
removed from alcohol used in the lake.
«^“1‘iiblisherB of periodica a are solicited
to send clubbing rates, a copv of tbeir work for
our Free Reading Room—We file, and bind the
THE TOWN OF LAKEVIEW
latter at close of every half-volume, and pay for
$10,000,000. Rice and sugar are of the citizens cf Prineville in
copies by advertisement.
Lake Co., Oregon.
reduced 50 per cent. The duty on promptly donating to the fund for
AS IT IS VOICED BY ITS LOCAL NEWSPAPER & THE HERALD.
M. A. KELTON.
Beautiful Glass Ware I borax, china, glass, and many other i the prosecution and corfviction of
articles, is increased. A number of the porty or parties who fired the
wk 2 Wk mo 3 mo 6 mo - yr.
BUSINESS MEN abroad see that LAKEVIEW, Lake co., Or., contains: 1 newspaper; 2 hotels;
WATCHES AND JEWELRY. articles, including flax seed, lin new brewery building.
1 inch Il 5Ü 12.50 |5 oo »H 0U »11 OU 15 oo
courts of the state, and before 1 grocer: 2 saloons; 1 brewery; 1 undertaker; 2 laundries; 2 furniture store; 1 shoe shop; 1 mea
6 50 12 00
market; 3 lawyers: 3 ph\aiciana: 1 surveyor; 1 land agent; 1 dentist; 1 drugstore; 1 Jeweler:
seed oil, jute, mother-of-pearl, pe-, Last Saturday Uncle Dave Prine
8 00 15 00
blacksmiths, 2 harness shops; 1 livery stable: 1 bakery; 8 general merchandise stores; 1 bath
6 00 10 00 20 00
house: 1 milliner shop: 1 real estate agent; 1 saw-mill. Also, 2 Masonic lodges; 1 Good Tern
y oo 15 00 28 00
troleum, etc., are added to the free i returned from Missouri, where he
80 00 120 00 Tobacco and Cigar»—Pipes, and Me< rachaum
12 00 IH 00 28 00 48 00
plar lodge; 3 Odd Fellows' lodges; 1 United Working Men's lodge.
list—a reduction of $5,000,000. had been with several car-loads of
20 00 U) 00 40 00 <>0 0C 110 00 140 00
Pipes a specialty, warranted. O)aieia, oar-
uinea, Crackers, all fresh. Soaps, beat
Lumber, salt, tin plate and other horses for sale. He reports a very
branda. Yeast Powders—everybody
¿^Liberal reduction to all yearly adver
articles in daily use among the dull sale for horses in that state.
tisers Call at office,*or write to Publisher.
can draw a prize worth from 25c
P. H. MURPHY.
£gp»Cuts charged extra, according to space;
to >1. Full line of School
masses, remain untouched. The
H. P. Belknap and son have re LAKEVIEW - - - - OREGON.
none but metal base admitted.
Rooks, and Stationery
As we stereotype all our advertisements
bill is intended to reduce the na turned from California, where they
HAY & GRAIN
all changes after 1st four publications, 11 each.
of all descriptions.
C. C. MALTBY
L akeview , O r .
gjjj^Advertiiing in local columns, 10c a line,
on hand, and prompt attention given
tional revenue by about $70,000,000, went with a band of horses this all Always
fflF»Marriage, birth, and death announce
teams and vehicles.
ments free. Such items Solicited as news.
chiefly on tobacco and sugar.
They report having
Liberal rates offered to religious, social,
—RIDING MATERIAL A SPECIALT Y.—
The bill will hardly commend it-1 found a dull market, and were com
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Spurs, Latigos, Whips, Cinches, Chaperajoa. None but ths
self to the people, who will quickly pelled to leave 20 head of horses in
NOTICE TO FOREIGN ADVERTISERS.
J. W. BONEBRAKE.
Beat of California Leather used. Satisfaction Guaranteed,
perceive that it is cleverly drawn Tulare county, which they could
While respectfully* soliciting your patronage
as we desire to keep our readers p«.s<ed as to the
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Good Work—Reasonable Prices.
to make the needed revenue reduc i not dispose of.
best gooes and reliable firms to ueal with, cor- j
respondence will be saved by referring to the
V. J. MILLER.
tion in a manner most favorable to Prineville New»:
foiiowiug statements based upou our circula
tion in this and adjoining counties:
Warm Spring women tried to sell
the trusts and monopolists, and
moral medicinal ads. at no price.
Harney City, Oregon.
Will practice iu all the State Courts.
^^«Advertisements at less than 10 cents per
lon on our streets this week.
possible relief to the masses.
inch, net price, yearly, or 20 cents, transient,
W. A. WIHHIRK,
J. NAT. HUDSON,
A standing reward of $250 is now
What the verdict of the people
W^k^Spccial position |2 extra charge per in-
éërïlon. inaisadof position a standing reader
WILSHIRE & HUDSON.
calling attention to ad. eat h week is run in with >
ber, who can doubt? It can be but other residents of Prineville for the
local ue»i mailer free.
The Finest to be Found in the Lower Market
A. J. BROWN.
one thing: “Cleveland and Tariff capture and conviction of any per
T he H erald is kept regulariv on file for re Any and all kinds of surveying done on short
LAKEVIEW AND BURNS, OR.
son guilty of incendiarism.
ference, in the Geo. .P. R*well Newspaper Ad notice, and sutisiaction guaranteed. 4—5—ly
vertising bureau, 1 < Spruce st., New York.
The sundry civil bill has again Oregon Register. Yamhill county:
and before the U. S. Land Office. Any land
Office or other business entrusted to them will
been rejected by the House on ac-. A second crop of strawberries receive prompt attention.
count of the senate’s measure rela- near Turner’s station is so plentiful 1WLAND CASES SOLICITED.
tive to the library building.
that a few boxe8 have been sblPP«d
Representative Matson is again to ‘ or^antl'
tt • •
He is in good
. The annouYicement
.. two . or . GEO. S. SIZEMORE - - B urns , O r .
Thus. F Lav a rd JASPER DAVIS
P roprietor . seen
Eecreiar» uf Stale
M. D. HOPKINS, P roprietor .
Chas. S. Fairchild
Secretary of Treasury
health: has just returned from In- .
Criminal law a specialty.
W. T. Vims
Secretary uf Interior
Wm. C. Endicott J
EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CLASS.
Secretary of War
diana; wears a smiling face, and ex-;
W. C. Whitney I
Secretary of Navy
i considerable excitement here «Mon
Don M. Dicki s<>n
Pvatniua er Goueral
A. II. Garland i
day. ♦ ♦ * If proper precautions T. V. B. EMBREE, M. D.
This Hotel is new (House, Rooms. and Furniture) and offers courteous service to every Guest.
in which the campaign has
r . .
Groceries and Merchandise manner
are used by our citizens the small Office at his residence on the east side of Sil
vie» River, teu miles below burns.
I J. N. Dolph, (R) I
. . pox will not likely get a start here.
U. 8. Senators
I J. II. Mitchell, Kj
Ringer Hermann, (K)
. - The doctors have vacinated a good
Sylvester Pen noyer, (D)
session during the greater part of
Geo. W. McBride, (R;
Secretary of State
■ man^’ anc* ^ose who have not been Dr. S. B. McPheeters.
G. W. Webb, (D)
J. b. McElroy, (R)
Supt. Public Instruction
rru L- • IA
C T I.
! should be immediately—an ounce
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
The Knights of Labor here are „
. «. •
8. Strahan, (D)
. 4i ; of prevention is a good thing. Be-
I ; R.
Wm. P. lx>rd, (R)
making a strong fight against the . / ,
> W. W. Tha>er, (D)
sides the three cases m McMinn, Office at W. E. Grace’s Drug Store.
use of steam presses for printing
sixth judicial district :
Ville a Mr. Morgareidge, on Dayton
money in the bureau of printing
J. A. F ee , (R)
ai a prairie, is down with this disease,
District Attorney ... ....... J. L, R and , (R j
and engraving. They claim that i 1
J. G. Welch, M. D.
All kinds of Blacksmithing the steam presses are throwing Astorean:
at residence South of T he H erald Build
many people out of work in that
We °ut here in Ore8on have Ut* Office
G. W. GlLHAM.iR
and wagon work.
N. R. M axey ,(it
bureau; that hand work is far supe- tie idea of the tumult and the fe-
J. T. M ail , (D
N. H. B oley , (R | ¿g^-Horseshoelng S5.OO a span.
rior to the more rapid method of’ ver of political excitement in some
H. M c H alxy , (R)
25 M h . es S outh or L akeview .
I. H. D avis , (D)
steam, and poor work is easily of the states. Take Indiana for in
J. H. N eal . (R)
W. 1!. G may (R)
A congressional stance. It is not half the area of
L akeview , O reoom .
C. H. T imms , (R)
E. H ayes , (R)
committee is investigating the mat- Oregon. There are now 4,000 pub- Any and all kinds of surveying done on shot
T. H. CURL(D)
notice and reasonable terms.
ter, and testimony for and against lie speakers stumping that state, wishing
LAKEVIKW U. 8. LAND OFFICE:
to be located, can have plats furnlshe
A. F. S nelling , (D)
free of charge.
AZRO J. CORY,
W. M. T oansknd , (D)
PAYS HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR GRAIN.
In the present state of feeling be- gently it will not be for want of in
tween the United States and Cana- formation.
Tbia Mill ia in fine condition for turning out Superior Work. Ia in charge of a Firat-rlaaa Miller
U. 8. MAILS.
A ttorney - at -L aw and S olicitor da, fresh causes for friction are Con The Wawo Sun:
; tinually arising.
The valuable1 Mr. H. Herbing arrived home
or A merican and F oreign
WE GUARANTEE OUR FLOUR._Of
Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 p m.
worked on the from New York and Philadelphia J. C. WELCOME - P roprietor .
Leaves Mondays and Thursdays at 4:30 a m.
The Highest Price« will be paid for Wheat. Highest Ratea will be paid io exchange for
Yukon river, Alaska, are claimed last Sunday. He describes the po
Arrives Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, 4 pm.
I by the Canadian governmen a» lo litical campaign in the East as be
OATS, WHEAT, AND BARLEY.
Leaves Tuesdays, Thu rad a.-a and Saturdays.
cated on it» territory, and Ameri ing at fever heat and the democrat
luiws—r bin stilli :
cans dispute the claim. So the ic enthusiasm.
'C all a » d Sit roí Y ovmslv » nroit TiAOita ELatwaiil
Arrives Thursday ■ at 6 a m.
WAANltaTOK, D. C
onice. «1» F «t., X. W.
The electric lights will soon be
boundary question adds to the dis
Leaves Thursdays at 6 a m.
completed, and we wish to remark
Opinions given as to value and validity of cord raised by the fisheries ques
CHAS. SAMPSON - - B urns , O r .
Arrives Wednesdai b it 9 pm.
that it is time we began to put on a
Patents. Attention paid to Infringement i tion.
Leaves Thursdays at 6 a m.
and Interferences. Patents for Designs,
J. C. PARKER, Postmaster.
The President has been notified few citified airs.
Trade-MarKs, and Labels obtained. Copy- i
Seufert Bros yesterday sent a
the rejection of the treaty by the
i rights registered.
Chinese government*. The exclu watermelon weighing 50 pounds,
sion bill, introduced in the House a squash weighing 75 pounds, a
HARNEY LODGE. NO. 77. I. O. O. F.
by Mr. Scott, a democratic member peerless watermelon weighing 25
Meets at Odd Fellows Hall, everv Saturday at
pounds, and a box of assorted ap
J. E. McKINNON, N. G.
B en B rown . Sect’y.
both houses, has been presented to ples and pears, to Billings, Mon
the President for his signature, tana, to be exhibited there on the
Fiorii ito i
W. C. BYRD
Patents, Caveats and Trade-Marks procured* which it is very likely to obtain.
—MANUFACTURER OF TINWARE.—
Rejected Applications Revived aud Prosecuted ,
Supreme Justice Mathews is re
I f the war tariff doe« not enable
All business before the U. 8. Patent Office at
Farmers need not incur the expense and delay of sending off for
tended to promptly for moderate fees, and no ported dangerously ill.
A METHODIST CHURCH
Agricultural Implements, as this House keeps a full stock at Fair
manufacturer« to charge more for
charge made unless Patent is secured. Bend for
Prices. Citizens will find here as complete a line of Hardware and
Organization exist« in Burr.», and a com- .•INVKNTOK’S GUIDE.”
M orton loves a pacific policy-
A CASH BUSINESS AT BED-
molioeM hou.<«e is in course of erection.
Crockery as in any other establishment in this section of Country.
FRANKLIN H HOUGH, Washington, D. C. .
Canadian Pacific policy.
^• tinwarxof all df . h < riptionh madk to order , call and her goods .^
of money to prevent a reduction? Is onr motto. Good Bnggy Teams, and Nice
Saddle llorscs Furnished at Reasonable Chargea.<
“E llerslie R hinecliff ” is the
and Particular Attention paid to the Boarding
THE BURNS SCHOOL
and Grooming of Tranateut stock. Hay A. Grain
name given by Morton, the republi swer for this — E*-
Is a large, white building, conveniently ar
ranged for the accomm«Miation of birth sexes
Io out of town 1 tits Mrs. Canfield, teat her.
W hy is it that nine-tenths of the
L akeview , O bkoon .
dency, to his country residence.
H. R. SCHLÄGEL
A gent .
W. E. GRACE
pauper laborers landed on the free
It is so Hinglish hand haristocrat-
shores of America come from those '
ic, you know.—Ex.
Carefollv edited and eoedurted in the interests
B urns , O regon .
of all is established in Burns, and ciu ulatiw in
every part ..f Harney Vauey—Tax E ast Unx-
T he Portland News says that tria, Italy and Germany? And why
gon hibald .
The ssttsfsctcry manner in which the State President Cleveland “is the sole are the poorest snd most ignorant
Insurance Company, of Salem, Oregon, has con
BUGGIES, WAGONS, ET C.,->
of them from the countries of high Mrs. Louis Racine, - * Proprietress.
ducted its business, and paid its looses, is proven and soulless embodiment of the
by the fact that for the past four years IT HAS great American hog. ’ This is the tariff, the Hungarians, Poles and
RECEIVED MORE PREMIUMS. INSURED
A limited numberot gntttx ran >«ciir« th«
A A«» hM bm Sited II» In Tat Rn.m MORE Ho MEH. and different pn »pert ies. IWU. ■_ way the republican organs have of Italians? Will some of the war tax
montromfortaM. lodging room, in the town
O«ce. where all th« leadiag perl.dlraM mana Efc MORE PGLIUK8. and TAIL MORE LO8M»
at thin home. Tattle, »upplied with ail Rind»
Mun. week >1«. and ore».« n.w«aper, are
<>l eatable. the maret afford.
Gir. I Trit!.
t'a<ed at the dop. .al of all lover, d «.od liter on Oregon and Washington Territory than any ...
ata«. A eonllal In vita: lea extended
i high moral plane.—E*X.
C. A. 8WEK.
The Leadine: Merchant of Grant Counts.
FINE SILVER WARE.
O. P. Cresap,
Livery I Feed Stable
FINE WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS,
Two First-Class Billiard Tables
THE HOPKINS HOUSE
WILLOW BRANCH FLOURING HILL,
General Blacksmith dt Wagon Maker.