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E ast O regon H erald
Vol. 1—No. 48.
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BURNS, GRANT COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY,
FllOM WASHINGTON. D. C.
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OCTOBER 2B, 18881
few years ago. iiaine^, a moderate
CAMYON CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
WxiaiKOTOH ClTT. D. C.f
reduction of our excessive tariff in
October 8, laiM. I
A calm seems to have fallen on order to relieve the dangerous
THE TOWN OF BURNS
CHA«. A. COU4W41.L,
». A. CeOaWBU.,
Ç. A. MW EEK.
the political field; the lull that pre plethora of tlie treasury. ' That is
GRANT CO. OREGON.
PUBLISHED EVERY* THURSDAY
AS IT IS VOICED BY THE HERALD.
CÔG8WELL 4 COGSWÈLL.
cedes a great struggle. One signifi-1 all. Nor is there any doubt regard
CANYON CITY. OREGON.
! cant fact stands out, and that is ' ing the" extent of the reduction
LAKEVIEW* AND LINKVILLE. Or.
BU8IME8B MEN ABROAD BY LOOKING OVER ITS COLUMNS WILL SEE THAT
D. L. GRACE,
! that Democrats are more certain I which the Democratic party pro
P ublisher and P kopuietob .
l newspaper; 1 hotel: 1 brewery; 1 undertaker: 1 meat market: ? lawyers; 3 physicians
apparently of New York State than j
1 surveyor; 1 land agent; 1 drugstore; 1 jeweler; 1 blacksmith; 1 livery stable: 2 general mer
heretofore. The certainty of hav in a well-defined proposition known
chandise stores; 1 hardware store; 1 saw-mill; 1 carpenter; 1 saddle & harness shop; 1 gro
as the Mills bill. Everybody who
store. Also, 1 Odd Fellows lodge; 1 reading room; 1 school; 1 church.
<MP-Mail a copy of Tug H erald to Advertise your town, in the East.
can read and who lias the wish
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Attorney, Notary Public &
O m Year (In advauee)
assured of success.
Senator Faulkner has returned' self of what this Mills bill, this
HERALD CLUB LIST:
bug-bear, ’ »his
from West Virginia, and maintains | great bug-bcar,
Herald and The Century, one year
is. . V71
47 per vw
the hm b !. o a fine asaurtmsnl of Barbedin. ware
4.75 A. C. BRODERSEN,... Lakeview. that the Republicans will be very ib
Herald and 8t. Nicholas,
Herald and Dem«m*«t Magasine, one year 3.75
present tariff exacts it proposes to ; OOmethin* new, which for beauty of design a id
Herald and Peterson Magasine
« An* 14 ““ — 4* * A in .11
Any business entrusted to ms, will receive
Herald and Godey'a Lady's Book
J. E. McKINNON
P ropbirtbr .
A •«»*<«« *•
4.00 most careful and prompt attention. Land mat especially in the Congressional gains take off between 3 mi A per cent
Neraid and lXTfe*a*in!wt rated Newspaper 5.75
ters and CoHwctiou a specialty. Correspond
That i. all. If thatj^ flL*tr»de,l
4.75 ence solicited in English And German.
Herald and Leslie’« Popular Mouthly
they hope to make, Goff et al/tb
Herald and lx*«lie'a Bunday Magazine
then, indeed, we have been living!
Herald and Alden’s Manifold Cyclopedia, « 2.90
the contrary notwithstanding.
—KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND—
Farb ariititi««ni«l v«l*«nse after Vol. 1, 65 cent.;
. •» >
, » T
Wcents extra per volume, postage.
Adjournment of Congress has and working under a system of free r-.
trade during numerous periods in Beautiful Glass Ware
been indefinitely postponed.
A Full Assortment of Groceries of all Kinds!
the history of this country. The | WATCHE8 AND JEWELRY,
Publishers of periodicals are solicited
to s«md clubbin* rate», a copy of their work for
our Free Rcadiug Room—We ffle, and hind the
incubated, will not be passed this tariff of 1812 imposed a tax of 41.35
GUARRANTEED TO BE OF THE BEST QUALITY.
latter at close of every half-volume, and pay fur
copies by advertisement.
session, as they see what your cor per Cent on an average—was that Tobacco and Cigars—Pipes, and Meerschaum
Pipes a specialty, warranted. Oysters, Sar
Praeileea In the courte of the eUte, and before
respondent pointed out as the mis free trade? The tariff of 1873—
ADVERTISING KATES i
TOBACCO A SPECIALTY.
38.07 per ojnt, under a Republican
brands. Yeast Powders—every body
wk 2 wk mo 3 mo 6 mo - 3-- yr.
can draw a prize worth from 25c
EGGS, AND A LIMITED AMOUNT OF BUTTER TAKEN IE
as well as the attack that must be Congress and Government—were
toll. Full line of School
1 Inch 31 50 | 2 50 |5 00 3» 00 311 00 15 00
EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
6 50 12 00
engaged in, instead of simply at
gSTGOODS 80LD FOR CASH, AND AT PRICES
8 00 15 00
6 00 10 00 ■M < «
tacking the measure put forth by 1861 imposed a tax of 18.84 per
gST-TO DEFY COMPETITION jjp
P. II. MURPHY.
col. 4 00 » 00 15 00 2» OU 4M 00 54 00
M0 00 120 00
cent, and it was increased imme- The Country promtly and correctly filled.l-ly
12 00 16 00 2« 00 4» 00
Democrats in the Mills bill.
Give me a call and convince yourselves.
20 00 bO 00 40 00 00 00 no oo 140 00
- - - - OREGON.
An increased number of Demo- diately, not for the purpose« of pro-
«^-l iberal reduction te «11 vearly adver-
clubs in Maryland in the Re- tection, but as a means to raise the
tiaer» Call at Office, ur write to Publisher.
HAY & GRAIN
(Sixth) district, that Me- needed revenue demanded by the
gl^Cuts charged extra, according to space;
Always on hand, and prompt attention given
none but metal base admitted.
all orders for team» and vehicles.
1-y ■Comas now represents, presages a war to 36.20 per cent in 1862.
rV*As we stereotype all our advertisements
' change of Congressional represen- law-makers then were certainly not
all changes after 1st four publications, |1 each.
V. J. MII.I.EIL
, free traders, and notwithstanding
Advertising in local columns, 10c a line. Watchmaker & Jeweler
Summer absentees are fast re- «I”5 «ax *lad not reached the figures
£9*Marriage, birth, and death announce
Harney City, Oregon.
ments free, buch items solicited as news.
, turning, and business is assuming which the Republicans of to-day Will practice in all the State Courts.
ry-Liberal rates offered to religious, social,
j its wonted activity.
| denounce as free trade.
ana educational bodies.
Bets on the doubtful States, post-, In fact, the party is compelled to
NOTICE TO FOREIGN ADVERTISERS.
Good Work—Reaacuable Price«.
cd at the pool rooms just outside repudmte the professions and opin-
While respectfully aolicitlng \..ur patronage
as we desire to keep vur readers pcs.ed as to the
best goods and reliable firms to deal with, fur
respondeuce will be saved by referring to the
New York, Connecticut and New °f a previous period in order to
following statements baaed up«<u our circula
Any and all kinds of surveying done on short
tion in this aud adjoining counties;
Jersey will go Democratic.
have 3n issue with which they can notice, and satisfaction guaranteed. 4 —5—ly
^Jl^liumoral medicinal ads. al no price.
3. NAT. HUDSON,
W. A. WIKMIRK.
Senator Vorhees was on one of K° before the country. It is no
Advertisements at less than 10 cents per
inefi, net price, yearly, or U) cents, transient,
the trains in the fatal collision on fauIt of thcirs that thay have not a
the Metropolitan Branch of the Bal- real enemy to fight. Their thunder
WILSHIRE a HUDSON.
Uk.Hpeclal position |2 extra charge per In
sertion. Instead of p sitivn a a.ending reader
and Ohio railroad Saturday, hns been stolen, they have been dis-
calling attention to ad. tach week is run tu with
local uews mailer free.
injury. The wreck armed, and all they can now do is
WAGONS, BUGGIES & CARRIAGES,
to go forth as Quixotic knight-er-
was complete and terrible.
T he II kra A o . is kept regularly on file for re
LAKEVIEW AND BURNS, OK.
ference, in the Geo. r. R*well Newspaper Ad
The Old Roman is in this city, rants and fight wind-mills. The
A uint sou FiliMAM'a F vmd iM.m.KCI C ummmy .
vertising bureau, 1.' Spruce st.. New York.
- P roprietor .
This firm pcac.ices in rhe courts of the Slate, and spent yesterday at Oak View,, country is at peace, South and JASPER DAV IS
and before the U. 3. Jjiud Otlice. Auy laud
- dealer in -
Office ur other business entrusted t<< them will the President's suburban residence, j North are united, not only in form [
receive prompt attention.
and by legal compact, but as a band I
MTLAND CASES SOLICITED.
of patriotic brothers, equally inter Groceries and Merchandise
ested in the prosperity of the whole
country. The bloody shirt is soiled
Thus. F Ba . ard
Secretary of State
Chas. 8. Fairchild
Secretary of Treasury
The hitch in the matter of the and will not bleed any more. The
T. II. ROBERTS, P roprietor .
Secretary of Interior
Wm. C. Endicott GEO. S. SIZEMORE - - B urns , O r . adjournment of Congress consists colored population of the South are
Secretary of War
W. C. Whitney
Secretary of Navy
. Don M. Dickinson
in the fact that Senators hold that living in peace, enjoying all the
Criminal law a apecialty.
A. H. Garland
the resolution fixing the time there- privileges which the law can afford,
VAN. 8. CURTIS, P rop ’ r .
i J. N. Dolph, (R)
U. 8. Senators
for should originate in the House,! are working in unison with their
I J. II. MitchellJR)
Binger Hermann, (Rj
T. V. B. EMBHEE, M. D. while Representatives contend that white fellow citizens, formerly their All kinds of Blacksmithing
Sylvester 1’eunoyer, (D)
Geo. W. McBride, (K;
»Secretary of State
at his residence on the east side of 8il- the Senate should take the initia-1 masters, and the poor Republican’s
G. W.Webb, (D)
and wagon work.
->-i—*- » has
Supt. Public Instruction
J. B. McElroy, (R) vies River, ten miles below burns.
ï R 8. Strahan, (D)
but the end ¡ b not yet.
1 ored race, is gone. There are no
» Wm. P. lx>rd, (R)
) W. W. Thayer, (D)
Hor.eBho.ing •5.00 a «pan.
Careful analyses of the “signs
longer any rebels, the lost cause has
DO YOU WANT
8IXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
— Book work will receive prompt aad carafe
J. A. F eb , (R)
Bill Heads, Letter Heads, —attention on receipt of order.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
J. L. R and , (R)
of the great political parties, though Republicans to fight about? They
Note Heads, Cards, Tickets, — Magai In e» and other periodicals bound in
Invitations, Dodgers, Etc? —any style ordered.
made from widely differing data, formerly paraded as the great cham
Office at W. E. Grace’s Drug Store.
IF YOU DO THEN ••
Robert»' Job Office in Burns, Grant county,Oregon Orders by mall solicited and given taa
pions of morality, as the enemies of
. G. W. G ilra M,(R
N. R M axey , (R
results, causing jubilation among the saloon, but they had to give up I
J. T. M ail , (D 1
N. H. B oley , (R
J. G. Welch, M. D.
‘ Democrats, and despondency in the that profession as too expensive in
? J. 11. M c H alet , (K)
AZRO J. CORY,
ranks of Republicanism.
$ H. H. D avis , (D)
the way of votes. They even go a '
Office at residence South of Tua H ebald Build
J. II. N eal , (R) . ing.
W. H. GBAYfR)
Assessor ................................ . C. H. T imms , (R) i
‘ to the Oregon Presidential vote, in j friends, they arc willing to surren-1
F.. H ayes , (R)
T. H.CUML(D) !
view of the full knowledge as to the der their temperance profession en A ttorney - at -L aw and S olicitor
or A merican and F oreign
LAKEVIEW U. 8. LAND OFFICE:
“slush fund” power by which im tirely and let the tax on whiskey
A. F. S nelling , (D)
P atents .
NEAR Hl llhrt, OREGON.
W- M. T ownsend , (D)
ported votes and repeaters carried go overboard. Will not that con
t the State and re-elected Binger cession bring back the frightened
Aar «nd «11 kind« of «nr.«.!«« don« on .hot
U. fl. MAILS.
notice »nd reuon.ble term«. £•“ Settler Hermann tOO much.
saloon keeper and horrified beer
wishing to bt located, can have plats furnisji.e
r«iK of charge.
There is much amusement over drinker?
burns —▼ alb :
Arrives Tuesdays and Friday, at 6 p m.
j the N. Y. World’s sensational ex i But alas for the frailty of human
Leaves Mondays and Thursdays at 4:39 a m.
I. D. C
Saddle and Harness Shop. J?8“?,of an imPU(knt 8cheme by nature. The Grand Old Party has once,«MFat.,X. w.
Arrives Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, 4pm
Republican managers to assess
resort to misrepresentation, false-
P ropubtwb *.
BAYER A DORE
Leaves Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. i J. C. WELCOME — PROPRIETOR.
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P roprietor . , TYomnnratin
D emocratic nlnrlra
clerks for campa
and i . tergiversation.
purposes. The plan was cunningly cannot in reality fight the moderate
Arrives Thursdays at 6 a m.
’ concocted—the gist being that the measure of tariff reduction embo Opinions given as to value and validity al
Leaves Thursday s at C a m.
. clerks, by a liberal contribution for died in the Mills bill. So they fight Patenta. Altertion paid to Infringement
Patent« for Designs,
Arrives Wednesdays at 9 p m.
| which receipts were given them, se- something whiéh nobody proposes, Trade-Mars, and Labels obtained. Copy-
Leaves Thursdays at 6 a m.
• right» registered.
J. C. PARKER, Postmaster.
nobody wants, nobody considers—
CHAS. SAMPSON---- B urns , O r . case of Harrison’s election
A , and that is free trade.
(•epe eouttatly »■ band • I»«« Moek «I
They conjure up a shadow and
] tary proof by assuming the role of i seek to frighten with it the intelli-
HARNEY LODGE. NO. 77. I. O. O. F
I gent American wage-worker. They
Meets at Odd Fellows Hall, ever? Saturday at
7:30 p tn.
J. E. McKINNON, N. G.
which he got a receipt, and full I have tried this trick before and it
B in B rown . Beefy.
Patents, Caveats and Trade-Marks procured
' details of the scheme. Senator did not work. Four years ago they Rejected
Applications Revived aud Prosecuted
All business before the 1*. H. Patent Office at
promptly for moderate fees, aud no
charge made unless Patent is secured. Mend for
W. C. BYRD
From the N. Y. Hebrew standard, Oct. 5.
, I case the Democratic party were en
A METHODIST CHURCH
Mr. Jas. G. Blaine and the Re trusted with power. The people FRANKLIN II. HOUGH, Washington, D. C.
Organisation exists in Bunt.«, and a rom-
A CASH BUSINESS AT BED- publican leaders who follow him were not frightened, and as a result
ruodious house is in course of erection.
are evidently pleased with their of it we had an administration
roc R PRICES.
Is eUr motto. Good Buggy Teams, and Nice present role of the modern Don which elicited the admiration of
I Baddie Horses Furbished at Reasonable < hargts
THE BURNS SCHOOL
There is in the people; we had prosperity and STATE INSURANCE CO.
and Particular Attention paid to the Boarding Quixotes of America.
fa a large, white building, conveniently ar and Groomingof Transient Stock. Hay A Grain reality nothing they can fight with peace, and more real reforms than
ranged for the »i romintwlatlon of both sexes
Is out of town ' tits. Mrs. canleld, tcax her.
| reason and logic, so they set up a under any other administration.
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And all klade of enriare lamber tborougbl, > mmb «4 lor balldin, parpe.ee aad M
windmill as the imaginary foe that They may present wind-mills as W. E. GRACE
real enemies—the people will re
has to be fought with fire and sword
cognize easily the deception and re
B urns , O regon .
pudiate them. There is honesty,
edJ!r<lBn,i conducted in the in terrs’»
of all is < etabkahrd in Burns, and riiculates in
of no statesman, politician or party pluck, manliness, courage and
Harney Valley—T me E ast O be -
I that advocates free trade or that ^frankness in Cleveland’s attitude,
means free trade. The Democratic ! in his messages, his letters and his The satisfactory manner In which the State
Mrs. Louis Racine, - - Proprietress. party, undor the lead of Gn-ver r professions, qualities which the ln»nranc«< Company, of Kalem, Oregon, has con
ducted its business, and paid its losses, is proven
' Cleveland, hus simply gone to work : American citizen knows how to ap- by the fa«-t that for the past four jears IT HAS
HF.< EIVED MORE FKKMIUMM. IWNI RED
in carrying into practice what Jas.
A M hee been Sne4 <■« I. Ta« n«a«Ln
MORE HOMES. and different properties, IBNU
EDMORE POl.IC1KM.and PAID MOKE LOKMF.H
Jne-llnarerl.nllr a-. m««« most romfortalrie lodging rooms in the town G. Blaine, Garfield, Arthur, Logan, . ..
w««kll««, «.»4 Or«<>>ii n.w.ui—n, «rr at this home. Ta ole- supplied with all inds
on Oregon and Washington Territory than -sy
B. A Good road all the way.
of eatables the maret affords.
■an A rarSlal I v I m »,
FINE SILVER WÄRE.
O. P. Cresap,
BURNS GROCERY STORE
Livery i Feed Stable
J. E. McKINNON.