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E ast O regon H erald
Vol. 1—No. 49.
BURNS, GRANT COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1888.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Anu ual Report of th« Commissioner of
the General Laud Ofllee—Recommen
dation that the Prt-eoptlon and Tlm-
£«ltpre Laws Should Re Repeal.
COGSWELL & COGSWELL.
fore commencing hie speech, Mr.
Witten, the Democrat, said he want
ed to take a vote of the assemblage
.upon an extract from the PreBident’s
message upon tariff reform, and
read as foliowa:
“The present tariff system is, in
many respeota, unjust. It makes
unequal distributions, both of its
burdens and its benefits. I recom
mend an enlargement of the free
list, so as to include within it the
numerous articles which yield in
considerable revenue, a simplifica
tion of the complex and inconsist
ent schedule of duties upon certain
manufactures, particularly those of
cotton, iron and steel, and a sub
stantial reduction of duty upon
$2.80 • Year.
CANYON CITY ADVBBTIBKMK5TS,
C. A. »WEEK,
THE TOWN OF BURN8
OBANT CO. ORISON.
* CANYON CITY, OBEOON.
AS IT U VOICED BY THE HERALD.
The annual report of the Com-
LAKIVICW AND LINEVILLE. Or.
D. L GRACE,
fice is in the hands of the printer
P ublisher and P bopbietob .
will be given to the public in a
8U1WC BI PTION RATES:
Like several of his predecessors
O. P. Cresap,
in office, Mr. Stocks lager recom
One Y ear (in advunee)
Attorney, Notary Public A mends legislation for the preven
HERALD CLUB L18T:
tion of frauds in relation to the ac
fteraid and The Century, one year
quirement of title to public lands,
Heroid and Bt. Nicholas,
Herald and Demorest Magazine, one year 1.75 A. C. BRODE R8EN,... Lakeview. and expresses, in no uncertain lan
tfemld and Peterson Magazine
Herald and Godey’s l^dy’a Book
guage, the opinion that the pre
Herald and West Shore
Herald and l«eeiie's Illustrated Newspaper ¿75
desert tho((e articieB>
umDer culture, aesen
ypoa sugar, mo-
w ad g
Herald and Leelle's Popular Monthly
Herald and Italie « ennday Macazlne .. 3.U
homestead laws, ea far aa lasses, sHk, wo^A..<fWvole¥goods.”
Herald and Alden’« Manifold Cyclopedia, 2.S0
Baah additional vohnue after Vol, 1, 55 cents;
relates to the commutation clause,
“Now,” said Mr. Witten, “all Beautiful Glass Ware
Meo»«« extra ver votame, postage,
should be repealed or greatly modi Democrats who indorse that doc
<8^** Publishers of periodicals are solicited
fied, and that the public domain trine will please rise.” They did WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
to send clubbing rate«, a copy of their work for
our Free Resiling Room—We file, and bind the
should be devoted exclusively to so. “Now,” he continued, “all Re
latter at close of every half-volume, and pay for
A (Mt f»r Star« A Walk«, wk«l«Ml« 4tol«e is
M. A. KELTON.
and Cigars—Pipe«, and Meerschaum
eopies by advertisement,
the use and benefit of persons who publicans who oppose that doctrine Tobacco
in good faith desire the same for will rise,” and as far as could be
dines, Crackers, all fresh. Soaps, best
Practices in the courts of the stat«, and before
brands. Yeast Powders—everybody
observed all Republicans stood up.
wk 2 wk mo 3 mo 6 mo - yr- the U. 8. Land office.
can draw a prise worth from 25c
“I did not tell you what President
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to IL Full line of Bchool
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is introduced tending to show that wrote that message, gentlemen. It
Books, and Stationery
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WAGONS, BUGGIES & CARRIAGES,
of all descriptions.
the laws above mentioned admit of | i was written by President Arthur, a
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Republican, for whom you voted.” rhe Country promtly and correctly filled. 1-ly
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Aviar rot Film,»’« Fvtt Itituttt CturxnT.
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OREGON. rimental to the settlement of the The hit was received with shouts of
fffi liberal reduction to ail yearly adver' LAKEVIEW
tisers. Call at Office, or write to Publisher.
country, and operate to the best in laughter and applause, in which
B^’-Cuts charged extra, according to space;
HAY & GRAIN
terests of the government which de most of the Republicans heartily
sene but metal base admitted.
BURNS GROCERY 8TORE.
Alwayt on hand, and prompl attentlan given mand that the lands shall be ac
HH^Ae we stereotype all our advertisements
allcbangee after 1st four publications, <1 each. all order ■ fur teama and lehlelea.
J. E. McKINNON
P bofbibtbb .
V. J. MILLER.
tually occupied by bona fide citi
Advertising In local columns, 10c a line.
Dispatches received here this
Varrlags, birth, and death announce
zens and settlers owning their morning announce that Judge Thur
ments free. 8ueh items solicited as news.
man spoke to an immense gather
Liberal rates offered to religion, social,
Haro,/ City, Or»(on.
and educational bodies.
The repeal of the pre-emption, ing of the people at Indianapolis, Will praetlra In all tha Stale Conrta.
—KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND—
J. W. BONEBRAKE.
NOTICR TO FORBIGN ABVBRTIBKR8,
desert land and commutation clause (Harrison’s home,) yesterday, re
While respectfully soliciting yonr patrouage
the homestead laws is advocated ceiving a voluntary ovation that
A Full Assortment of Groceries of all Kinds!
aa we desire to keep our readers posted as to the
best goods and reliable firms to acai with, cor
Good Work—Reasonable Price«.
respondenee will be saved by referring to the
t-r because they afford opportunities threw into the shade all attempts to
following statements based upon our circula
GUARRANTEED TO BE OF THE BE8T QUALITY.
by which unscrupulous speculators, drum up enthusiasm in Indiana for
tion in thia and adjoining ceuaties:
medicinal ads. at no price.
with the aid of conscienceless con the Republican Presidential candi
Wfe. Advertisements at lees than 10 cents per
federates used as dummy settlers, I date. The big Opera House was Any and all kinds of surveying done on short
Inch, net price, yearly, or 20 cents, transient,
TOBACCO A SPECIALTY.
are enabled totle to vast areas of jammed, and the streets for hearly
EGGS, AND A LIMITED AMOUNT OF BUTTER TAKEN Iff
ffi^.8pecial position |2 extra charge per in
W. A. WISHIRX,
J. MAT. HUDSON, land to be held for sale at advanced a block all around crowded with a
sertion. Instead of position a standing reader
EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
calling attention to ad. each week is run in with
prices or to be leased to families i cheering multitude. When Judge
jecal news matter free.
glWGOODS SOLD FOR CASH, AND AT PRICES^»
WILSHIRE A HUDSON.
who by reason of their greed are Thurman entered the hall, arm-in
<STT0 DEFY competition jpp
Tna II ebald is kept regularly on file for re
ference, in the Geo. P. Rewell Newspaper Ad
prevented from securing homes of I arm with Gov. Gray, there was a
Give me a call and convince yourselves.
vertising Bureau, 19 Spruce st.. New York-
their own. They tend to the erec , wild scene of applause and cheering
LAKEVIEW AND BURNS, OR.
J. E. McKINNON.
tion in this country of a landlord inside and out, that was only
This firm practice« in the courts of the State,
and before the U. 8. Land Office. Any land and tenant system similar to those ' equalled by the calm and attentive JASPER DAVIS - P roprietor
Office or other business entrusted to them will
of some European countries, incon- i stillness of the vast throng when
Grover Cleveland receive prompt attention.
President ................ .
MTLAND CASES SOLICITED.
Secretary of Mtate
. Thus. F. Bayard
sistent with the principles of our the veteran statesman began speak
Heeretary of Treasury
Chas. S. Fairchild
Secretary of Interior
government, and to build up a land- j ing. He was evidently in fine
Secretary of War
Wa. C. Endicott
Secretary of Navy
W. C. Whitney
health, and his voice clear and Groceries and Merchandise
Don M. Dickinson
Attorney General .......
A. H. Garland
The timber culture law is de strong, which, aided by the anxiety
nounced, not because title to land of all the vast crowd to catch his
| J. N. Dolph. (R) GEO. 8. SIZEMORE - - B urns , O r .
T. H. ROBERTS, P ropbibtor .
Ü. 8. Senator«
is frequently fraudulently secured words, enabled him to be heard by g LACK SMITjj §HOp
I J. H. Mitchell,(R)
Binger Hermann, (R)
Criminal law a »perlalty.
under the same, but because it op a greater number than usual on
Sylvester Pennoyer, (D)
Secretary of Itele
Geo. W. McBride. (R;
erates to reserve the lands from set such occasions. The bursts of ap
Kupt. Fnblie I ns trac tien
VAN. 8. CURTIS, P rof ’ b .
- - Bakei
T. V. B. EMBREE, M.D. tlement for a period of years with plause, though frequent and hear
) R. I. Strahan. (D)
out any equivalent to the govern ty, would sink instantly into listen
> Wm. P. Lord, (R)
Office at bi« residence on the east side of Sil
> W. W. Thayer, (D)
ment, and with but little cost to the ing expectancy. This e xhibition of All kinds of Blacksmithing
vie« River, ten miles below Burnt.
SIXTR JVhICIAL pmtrict :
culture entryman. The en-1 the beating of the public pulse
and wagon work.
J. A. Fag, (R)
District Attorney.................. J. L. B am ». (B)
Dr. S. B. McPheeters. try of 160 acres costs but a small' at the center and capital of the
sum as fee and commissions. No-1 State, (and the Republican candi
eOVMTY- ibamt :
thing is required of the entryman ’ date’s home,) is a better indication
-Saak vark will raaalva (raspi aa4aara4a
G. W. G ilmax ,(R
N. R. M axby , (R
lattar HaaSa. —atlaatlon on raealpl ol arSar.
for one year, then he must break ' of how Indiana will go than all the
J. T. M ail , (D
Mota Heade, Carde, Tlekeu, — Maaailnee and athar porio4teale kanad IB
Office at W. E. Grace’s Drug Store.
X. H. B oley , (R
five acres of the land—at a trifling buncombe that can be said nr writ
Memaraada, la vitello ne, Da4anra, EU! —aa, et, le arderad.
I J. H. M c H aley . (R)
IP TOC DO TEEN M
5 H. H. D ati «, (D)
cost. During the next year he ten. Set the Hoosier State down
Roberta’ Job Oilre In Bnrna. Omni tonni,, Oranan Ordere by mali eollelwd en4 (iven ha-
J. H. N eal . (R)
mediate aiuntlon. o«ra in Hanai.i> Saudite errili a Jab <>«ee le bullt.
must cultivate the Ave acres alrea as certain for Cleveland and Thur-
J. G. Welch, M. D,
W. H. Caair(K)
G bay (R)
H. a TlUHt.
dy broken and break another five 1 man. Conceding this, all parties
.. .1. Harsa, (R)
H. CUBL (D) Often at residence South of Tas H erald Build-
AZRO J. CORY,
acres. The next year he is re are putting the conundrum, “If
UKIWIW V. 8. LAMP OFFICE:
quired to plant five acres to timber Harrison cannot carry the vote of
Register, ...............................A. F. S hkllimc , (D)
Receiver,.................. . ...W. M. TewusuMD, (D)
and cultivate the other five. The I his own State, what chance has he
next he must plant the second five ' for any other?”—and the sad Re A ttobxet - at -L aw and S olicitor
U. S. MAILS.
of A mbbican and F obeiox
acres to timber. Thus, at a trifling publican response is, “Alas, none!"
T. A. McKINNON,
sc bus — vali :
P atents .
NEAR lURNB. OBZGOM.
expense, the party may for four! A significant fact at the present
Arrives Tuesdays aed Fridays at fi p m.
Leaves Mondays and Thursdays at 4;fifi a at.
Any and all kind« of «arraying dona on uh or years exercise complete control of a . time is the hearty demonstrations
notice and reasonable term«. BBP* Settler
xvairs— cam vex city :
wiahinr to be located, ean have plats furnish« quarter section of land without vio-1 ! and receptions given by the people
run of chart«.
Arrives Mendays, Wedneedeys, Fridays, 4 p s
lating or evading the law, and sell to Democratic speakers all over the
Leaves Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
a relinquishment of his entry for a country, as contrasted with the ev
BVBMS— PBINBVILLE :
Arrives Thursdays at 6 a m.
I. D. C
Saddle and Hamess Shop. good round sum, the increase in ident drumming up and padding OMw,*MFM.. X. W.
Leaves Thursdays at € a m.
out of gatherings that Republicans
J. C. WELCOME - P roprietor .
SAYER A DORE
. have to resort to. Witness Thur-
Amves Wednesdays at fi p m.
tering thg land very valuable.
Leaves Thursdays UH m.
J. C. PARKffR. yeetmaster.
The registers and receivers of
Palmer and Blaine in Illinois, Hill
nearly all of the district land of-1, and Blaine in New York, etc.
Opiatoaa given at to vaine and validity of
flees, in letters to the Commission-1 In New Jersey yesterday, Gov. Falcata. Atlei.lion paid to Infrineemaat
taterfereneM. ralente for Detiene,
er, concur in the opinion that the Hill, of New York, addressed one Trade-Mara,
and Label, obtained Copy-
I a RNIT LODGE. NO. 77.' i. O O. F-----
Maaia at 044 r.llawt Hall, «Tarr Bat.rd.y al
majority of public land frauds are
J. E. McKINNON, M Ó.
people ever seen in the State. Hia
perpetrated under the laws named. reception was enthusiastic. Speak
It is almost certain that the Com ing of his own State, he said: “I
missioner’s report, with its convinc- have traveled much through New
| ing testimony, will secure at the York State and never found the
A METH0DI8T CHURCH
Red Front Liverv & Feed next session of Congress, if not at party in better shape to win the
Orjaauauon axiata in Burna, and a com-
fight, and I now say to you that on Fatoute. Caveats and Trade-Marks procured
nsodious house is in course of erection.
St a Vila
this, a repeal of the pre-emption the 6th of November New York will Rejected
Applirstlone Revived end Prosecuted
cuiture> anJ at least a
All bueineee before the V. fi Patent Office at
be found, with New Jersey and In tended
to promptly for moderate feee, end ne
' modification of the desert land diana and all the rest of the Demo charge made enlese Patent is secured, fend for
.'I w V bwtob ’ u etiDi."
THE BURN8 SCHOOL
cratic States, casting its vote for
w. c. BYRD
HENRY N. COPP.
Cleveland and Thurman.” The
*J‘7*’. Jhlt< *■»*!•«. eanvniently ar-
yn*.1— «*• araammadariaa at botk WIn
cheering that followed was hearty , FRAME UN B. BOUGH. Waabinftou, D. C.
FROM WAHRINOTON, D. C.
Maat at lawn » itta Mm. CaalaM. taaek.r.
1 and prolonged.
«.amwevuv CtW, D. C.l
Roswell P. Flower has been nom
Octobvr 1». MM. I
A CASH BUSINKfiS AT BED-,
CongreM will nhortly adjourn, as inated for Congress by both Tam
there ia not in the House a quorum many Hall and th* County Dem STATE INSURANCE CO.
Is our motto. Good Buggy Teams, and Nice
rarefali y edited
ocracy. Such unanimity ia equiv
4 io conducted
Keddie Horses Furnished at Reasonable Charges and no bumneM can be transacted
and Particular Attention paid to the Boarding
alent to election.
'•“•r-Twa Baaroaa- and
Groomingof Transient Mock. Hay A Grain when that point ia raised.
Your correspondent would con-'
The Senate tariff bill will not gratulate you on the commendation
W. E. ORACI
reach a vote during the present aea- of the bold position of T hx H kbai . d
sion, but the Senators are making
ters here, and cheer you with the
Be BNS, O b BOON.
campaign literature pro and con in assurance that strong hopes are en-
, tertained of carrying Oregon, if ev
A Democratic speaker in New ery Democrat in your Btate does
Mrs. Louis Racine, - • Proprietress. Jeraey, engaged in a political dia-
cuaaion, made one of the best pointa
Monopoly has itg grip on Oregon
Senate resolution for adjournment
he only way to help shake it off
of the campaign on hia opponents.
to vote for Cleveland next Tneo- «y« e«»", ion.Meihëu.wn There was quite a large audience has been concurred in by the House
and Congress adjourns to-morrow,,
I *} tl1.* tT'n*. TeM*. .'¡¡.pliedwith ell inde
Of eutaWeo the ma ret a^orffs
and nearly equally divided. Be- Oct. 20th.
FINE SILVER WARE.
THE BURNS JOB PRINTING OFFICE.