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mend “Peterson.” It stand« high [ —Wm. Harvey, our efficient road
among the f first-class literary ■ supervisor, on Monday received two
monthlies; and, as a fashion-period loads of timber for the bridges he
ical, uone can equal it. hfvery lady is constructing across the Blitzen
O. X. OSACI, . . . Editor.
should take “Peterson.” The terms Blough. Dodson and Moore were
The Rapubllcau Tart* Rill.
are only Two Dollars per year, with in charge of the Stenger teams that
Ador. yssr Hom«., yoar T»w,
The "Republican Senate tariff bill greatly reduced rates when taken brought the timber through town.
Your Kuirbe,. Your Farm«, y.ur
makes kindling wood of their Chi in clubs, and with unusually fine
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PIMM, with tree« «nd «hrubb.ry
premiums to those getting up clubs,
Butted to the climate of Kaat
the Diamond country went home
Oregon. And bay only
ft enlarges the free list by the ad viz: Three copies for 14.60, with
Tuesday, after spending a few days
from a known
dition of nearlv
Of New York.
several of them produced in this poems, “Buds and Blossoms,” or a
Inied by one of the most amiable
country, and it cuts down nearly large engraving,
young ladies of our town, Miss
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS,
one-half the duty heretofore consid Greeting.” for premium; four copies ¿ora'llarris'
BOOTS, SHOES, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
essential to sugar and rice| for $6.40, or six copies for 19.00,
ALLEN G. THURMAN.
STOVES, TINWARE, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE,
you what you
with an extra copy free for one
pay th* money for:
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, PUTTY, THE CELEBRATED
This is certainly “surrendering year; or five copies for $8.00, or of Beaver are becoming concerned
Latest Varieties trua
SULTANA RAZORS AND “I X L” CUTLERY, WINES AND
PRESIDENTIAL electors .
to tho name; Hegltlpr,
some part of the protective system,” seven copies for $10.50, with both
CIGARS; AND A THOUSAND OTHER ARTICLES
Vigorous plants; and Jud|-
W. H. EFFINGER, of Multnomah. which the Republican platform de an extra copy qf the magazine and that section, and several of them
TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
clared that it would rather do than either “Buds and Blossoms” or the talk of moving to other localities
W. R. BILYEU, of Linn.
and Time and Money. Therefore, do
CHEAPEST HOUSE in Eastern Oregon FOR CASH.
engraving as premiums. For lar
Save by bearing in mind that the great
E. R. SKIPWORTH, of Umatilla, j make whisky free.
If the Mills bill is a “free trade ger clubs still greater inducements. ble and J. W, Stewart left for Wash
V ote for C leveland & T hurman ! measure,” so is the Republican Sen Any lady can, with a little effort, ington Territory to look for range.
ate bill. If the Mills bill is “a blow secure one or more of these pre
—Lige Sparks of Squaw creek
T he election of Cleveland and I at American industries,” so is the miums. Specimen sent freo to reports range very short in that
Thurman next Tuesday assures the ! Republican Senate bill. If the those who desire to get up clubs. section.
Mills bill would “reduce American Address P ktekson ’ b M agazine , 300
prosperity of the whole country.
wnges to the European level,” so Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Islet of Letters
THE TOWN OF LAKEVIEW
T he Portland World says it is! would the Republican Senate bill.
Remaining 1^ tbt^fAmey ¿Poatofllce uncalled
T he New York Herald says, this for, Nov. 1, 1888:
lathe Largest in the World, having
Lake Co., Oregon.
rumored that a Republican job is
The Republican bill cuts off about country belongs to business men Hall. J. W.
Riky, A. B.
in actual cultivation not less than AS IT IS VOICED BY ITS LOCAL NEWSPAPER A THE HERALD.
on foot to rob parentsand guardian. I tbe*
Schoer, T. U.
Smith. 8. F.
in Oregon of $10,000 or more by)the Mjllg bu, ftbftteH But, instead and workingmen. What the work Byron, Hatch (2)
BUSINESS MEN Abroad foe that LAKEVIEW, I.r.k»* co., Or., contains: 1 newspaper; 2 hotels;
ingman wants is fair wages, steady Gibson, Alice
making another change in school |
1 grocer: 2 saloons: 1 brewery; 1 undertaker; 2 laundries; 2 furniture store; 1 shot shop; 1 me a
making the reduction of taxes
market; 8 lawyers: 3 physicians: 1 surveyor: 1 Jnnd agent; 1 dentist; J drugstore; 1 jeweler:
work, and cheap blankets to keep Falconer, J. F. (3)
Stewart, Jas. E.
mean relief to the people and en-
blacksmiths; 2 harness shops; 1 livery stable: 1 bakery; general merchandise stores; 1 bath
Smith, Chaa. H.
out the winter’s cold; these he de Lens, Carl
1 milliner shop: 1 real estate agent; 1 saw-mill. Also, 2 Masonic lodges; ’ Good Tern
Varten, Miss Beile
P hil . D wyer , owner of big racing couragemeut to manufactures, the serves and ought to have. What Perkins, 8. A.
plar lodge; 3 Odd Fellows' lodges; 1 United Working Men's lodge.
Porter, George F.
stables in New York, has withdrawn i Republican Senate bill actually
the business mpn wants is the right Rice, Johu
Mahon, Wm. H.
Proeaaco, Wm. C.
all his funds from horse pools and ' proposes to make clothing dearer,
for the above “ad
nn/1 colt mwlcs wne*
placed them ou Cleveland. He leaves lumber and salt under war find a market. What all want is vertised.”
W m . L essing , P. M.
IS THE OLDEST,
Bays he thinks it is safer and surer burdens, fastens the handicap of fair, untrammeled competition. An
Letter from Ed. Bland.
IS THE LARGEST,
taxed material on the manufactu
than any horse race he ever saw.
other four years of such honest ad
S alem , Ore., Oct. 23,1888.
rers, and confines the substantial
C. C. MALTBY
L akeview , O r .
ministration as Cleveland has giv
En. H erald : A b the Webfoot
A t Democratic headquarters in reduction to the luxuries of tobacco
en the country will go far towards
rain is in full blast to-day, I will
Washington it is said there is en and whisky, and to two Southern
—RIDING MATERIAL A SPECIALT Y —
FOR THE WEST.
achieving these results.
couraging hope of Cleveland and products, Bugar and rice, as a pun
drop you a line.
Vote for Cleveland and Thurman.
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Spurs, Latlgos, Whips, Cinches, Chaperajos. None bat the
I have just returned from Port
Thurman gaining the vote of Ore ishment to that section for remain
gon. It seems like a forlorn hope, ing Democratic.
Best of California Leather used. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
E very principle or measure ad land; was at the Mechanics’ Fair.
but the young Democracy of the
The Republican Senate bill was vocated or advanced by Republi While there I met a man on the
State has beep making a gallant made for buncombe, The Senators cans, really intended to benefit the street who exactly answers the de
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
fight; local speakers have done and their party organs confess that country, Cleveland haH promptly scription of A. W. Waters’ last
good work; and if Democrats all there is no intention of passing it. adopted without reference to its or printer—Ben. Franklin. He did
do their duty next Tuesday, the It vindicates the Democratic posi igin. Republican leaders, on the not appear to be coming from, go
hope may be realized.
BUY OF THIS HOUSE:
tion without affecting the Demo contrary, have virulently denounced ing to, or stopping at any particular
cratic principle.—N. Y. World.
everything Cleveland favored, even place, but juBt drifting around.
1 had the pleasure of meeting
B kn . C. T ruman , a California
those they had originated; thus re
8. Iaeger of Burns. Charles
railroad man, a howling Republican
The Finest to be Found in the Lower Market
—The San Francisco Examiner, ducing Republicanism to the de
protectionist, publishes a lengthy that chief of democratic dailies, is grading position of a mere party of is working steadily and doing very APRIC0T8,
F. P. LANE
article in a New York paper in de on file on our reading desk. Come opposition._____________
As for myself, I am slowly im- CHERRIES,
fense of Chinese pauper labor, and and read it.
says that on the success of Repub
E d . B land .
licanism depends the repeal of
N umber of Presidential Electors
T he H erald acknowledges a vis
Cleveland’s Chinese Exclusion Bill. each state is entitled to by con-
it from Chas. Ziegler and son last
—We have just learned of the
Democrats, stand by your brave gressional appointment between
Saturday. Mr. Ziegler, the son, is i arrival from Chalmers, Wood coun- PINES, CEDARS,
President, who dares to do right 1883 and 1893:
an intelligent young gentleman ty> Ohio of F pgWitt, brother of
every, time. Vote for Cleveland' | Alabama............................
10 now on a visit to his parents.
M. D. HOPKINS, P roprietor .
C. H. DeWitt of Burns.
D emocrats , let not your own j California..........................
the credit of raising and manufac- be raging in the mountains around, APPLES, PLANTS,
EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CLASS.
doubts nor the tricks of disguised
turing |he first sorghum in Harney yesterday as we went to press, tho'
foes induce you to believe it will I
valley. Wc now have a head of the fall was but slight so far in the
Thi« Hotel is new (House, Rooms, and Furniture) and offers courteous service to every Guest
make no difference in Oregon whe | Delaware...........................
( j sugar cane seed, the white kind, valley.
ther you cast your vote or not. Re- > Florida................................
1 among our exhibits, and a small
—Mr. Sam. King brought in
member Pennover’s unexpected tri-i Georgia................... !.........
i glass of the syrup.
some fine pork yesterday, and pre PEACHES, FLOWERS,.
uniph! “Ye know not what the
—W. E. Grace’s new lot of drug-
sented T he H erald folks with a
day may bring fbrth!”—nor of how '
goods arrived Tuesday. An- sample of what Harney valley can
much value your vote may be! Vote
p ' other fine large show case has been
produce in that line.
for Cleveland and Thurman I
g 1 pointed drug Btore.
“1 he Oregonian is still busy.
6 1 —John H. Embree, of Polk coun-
hunting up old pioneers who voted i ‘
8 1 ty, Oregon, to whom his brother,
for Harrison’s grandfather."—Ex. Maryland............
14 I Bent Embree, has sent T he H er
There is an old pioneer printer in | ■" »ssRchusetts..................
Small Fruits are a necessity on /
Burns who occasionally assists in j Michigan............................ ... 13 ald since its initial number, came
25 M iles S outh or L akeview .
the mechanical work of T he H er - , Minnesota.......................... ... 7 on a Visit the 24th to his brothers,
9 the Doctor and Bent. Embree, with
L akeview , O regon .
ald , who cast his first vote for Pres-
... 16 intention of locating in case he was
ident in 1836 and hi« Beeond in M’8R0Ur* ..........................
... 5 satisfied of the truth of T hr H er -
1840, both against Harrison’s grand-' Nebraska...........................
3 ald ’ s Harney Valley Fair represen-
PAYS HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR GRAIN.
father, and, if permitted, will vote *^cva,!a ...................... . . .
We have given Every
...4 tations. He examined
for Cloveland against Harrison the ^ew Hampshire,
Thi« Mill i, in fine condition for turninc out Superior Work. 1« In chirge of a Fir«t-cl«M Mill»»
9 and records in this office with great Evidence that any Reasonable ORNAMENTAL CYPRESS
grandson next Tuesday. How ¡g New Jersey. ....................
• 36 I interest, ’ and seemed convinced that
that for old pioneers?
gior-WE GUARANTEE OUR FLOUR.
, North Carolina. ..............
• •• 11 3he Harney country has a bright Man or Woman can ask for, that
BIRCH, SPRUCE, ELDER,....
Tbe IlichMt Price, will be paid for Wheat. Bl,hr,t Rate, will be paid la exebaufe for
23 : future before it. Later: Mr. E. has
To our Republican friends, and ‘ Ohio....................................
31 located a claim near Boat Ford.
this Valley will Produce all that
wo are pleased to say that T he H er - (Oregon.............................
OATS, WHEAT, AND BARLEY.
. .. 30
ald scores quite a number of them— 1 Pennsylvania....................
ASH, LINDEN, CHESTNUT,
—Sam. King, of Harney valley, is claimed it will grow.
< last Saturday brought in five car
fair-minded men who exercise the Rhode Island
. ... 9
elective franchise from principle— South Carolina,
Come to T he H erald Office and
rots that weigh 14J lbs; the weight
*Î.I. and S ee fob Y oumelves before T rading E lsewhere .'
TULIPS, WEEPING WILLOWS,.
. ... 12 of one was
to «11 such we commend the follow- Tennessee..........................
lbs., tops trimmed
. ... 13 off close. These carrots are the see Samples of the growth of the
ing high-toned language of that true Texas
American citizen, Calvin Edgerton, Vermont............................ ... 4 product of seed sown on the ground
| Harney Country. You have never RED-BUD, 8HADE TREES AC.
of Los Angeles, one of the most Virginia............................
in the Harney foothills about the
... 6 1st of May, and have had no culti
prominent men of California, and a . West Virginia
vation except weeding and a litlc
“I bad hoped that the Republican'
party in 1888 would rise equal to'
Don’t put Worthless Stock in the
they are not surpassed in sweetness
and then say “It don’t Pay EACH THE BEST OF ITS KIND
the occasion and vindicate the high
“C heapest and B est " is a com-
to Plant Here.”
trust reposed in it by the people;
jet when 1888 came and tho Re-1 bination ns difficult as it is desira to Mrs. Haskell, whose charges arc
publican party was made the mere ble; but "Peterson’s Magazine" has reasonable.
Buy fhe Best Nursery Stock in
—MANUFACTURER OF TINWARE —
the Market, and set out an Orchard
agent and tool of monopolies, trusts certainly accomplished it. The I
—Boom the paper that works for
Farmers need not incur the expense and delay of sending off for
and combines to cheat and defraud November number is a gciu in eve-1 all the citizens by subscribing for this Fall, and not wait till next
Agricultural Implements, as this House keeps a full stock at Fair
the people, and when I found the
T he H erald .
Prices. Citizens will find here as complete a line of Hardware and
Democratic party upon the hights steel engraving, there are three full-1
delivery, if you want to plant none
as in any other establishment in this section of country.
—Diamond Dyes for sale at W.
occupying tbe place that the Re page wood illustrations. One of E. Grace's drug store.
T he H erald will make out your but the Best, and that is always the a^-TlNWAREOF ALL DESCRimOSS MADS TO ORDER. CAU. AND SEE GOODS.
publican party ought to have occu these is an admirable portrait of
—We just learn that two weeks
Cheapest. Last spring, alone, mare
pied, and advocating principles tbe Bismarck, who forms the subject of
Mr. McDonald of Crane creek, Order Free of Charge for anything
Republican party had supported the opening article, which is capi-'
while on hie return from the valley,
and ought still to support; and tally illustrated and gives various
suited to thia soil and climate—
had hie team run away on the San-
$1,000 worth was Shipped
when the convention of the Demo
cratic party put forth those grand to American readers. The stories ' ' tiam road weet side of the Cascades, Why Free of Charge, since every
L akeview , O regon .
H. R. SCHLÄGEL
representatives of the people's rights are by popular authors, and are up right or ten miles below the Moun
and their champions, Grover Cleve
seriously injuring the whole party;
land and AllenG.Thurman: I could cellence. In the Fashion Depart
Mr. McD.'s head was badly bruised, I Because we would be glad to do
no longer resist the right, and will I ment, besides the handsome dou-
Mrs. Carey was much hurt, and a
Call at this Office and order, or
do what I can by vote and by word ' ble fashion-plate, there are scores
nate $1.000 in that way just to see address the following-named
young man considerably injured.
to promote the election of these
/-BUGGIES, WAGONS, ET C.,-
—Many and gross will be the po
signs for the work table, etc., many
litical lies told by the various small Harney Valley blossom and glow
To our Republican friends we say, of them suggeetive qf very prettj- fry among newspapers dependent
■ ADB TO OBDBB WITH NBATNBBB, AND OF «OOD QUALITY.
“Go thou and do likewise!"—“iso Christmas presents. It is time to upon misrepresentation instead of like a Rose in the Wilderness with
longer «rars.* the bight !”—Vote think of a magazine for next year, fact, and vllift-lng abuse in place of
for Cleveland and Thurman!
C leveland and T hurman are
----- representative men of all that is
great and good and pure and clean
THCBSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 18SS.
in politics’ Vote for them!
! ! !
The Leading Merchant of Grant County.
SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER
Two First-Class Gilliard Tables.
THE HOPKINS HOUSE.
WILLOW BRANCH FLOURING MILL,
General Blacksmith & Wagon Maker.