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Prexideut Ini Vole of 1HH4.
| premiums to those getting up clubs,
viz: Three copies for ♦4.50, with
Necessity for Katenaion of Survey«—
1». L. «RACK, ... Editor.
luerra«» of Clerical Force in the Geu. ' the beautifully illustrated book of
oral Land OiHce,
I poems, ‘’Buds and Blossoms,” or a
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1888.
A feature of Commissioner Stoek- 1 large engraving, ‘’The Morning
¿-CLEVELAND-^. z— BLAINE—> slager’s report which will be com Greeting,” for premium; four copies
Adorn your Homes, your Town Lota,
JJOR DIVISION OF ORANT COUNTY.
Popular Electoral Popular Elect.
mended by the people of the state« I for 16.40, or six copies for 19.00,
Your Ranches, Your Farms, your
Alab . 92,973 10
Places, with trees and shrubbery
in which public lands are for sale, | with an extra copy free for one
Suited to the climate of East
pop. TEMPORARY COUNTY-SEAT:
and wherein public surveys are in year; or five copies for ♦8.00. or
Cal.. . . 89,288
Oregon. And buy only
from a known
Colo. .. 27,603
for increased appropriations for an extra copy of the magazine and
The Leading Merchant of Grant Countv
or location of the iiarney land Conn . 67,182
surveying public lands, and his re- either “Buds and Blossoms” or the
. 31,769 4
remarks in this connection tending engraving as premiums. For lar
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS,
. 94J653 12
to prove that good work cannot be ger clubs still greater inducements.
BOOTS, SHOES, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
O ur little rooster crows lustily on Illinois 312,584
TINWARE, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE,
you what you
244,992 15 238,480
the local page for Buras precinct. Ind
pay th* money for:
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, PUTTY, THE CELEBRATED
Iowa . 177,316
197,089 13 mile—now allowed for surveying. secure one or more of these pre
The big one is pluming himself.
Latest Varieties true
The act of March 7,1887, directs miums. Specimen sent free to
SULTANA RAZORS AND “I X L” CUTLERY, WINES AND
to the name; Healthy,
Ky.... 182,961 13 118,122*
that railroad grants shall be ad those who desire to get up clubs.
CIGARS; AND A THOUSAND OTHER ARTICLES
T he vote in Bums, the home pre La
justed without delay, and much Address P eterson ’ s M agazine , 306
TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
clous packing,or all is lost—Labor
cinct of T he H erald , is a proud Maine. 51,656
and Time and Money. Therefore, do
fault has been found with the land Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa.
justification of its course as the un
CHEAPEST HOUSE in Eastern Oregon FOR CASH.
Save by bearing in mind that the great
146,724 14 office for an apparent lack of ener
flinching advocate of the people’s Mass
192,669 13 gy in this direction. •
Minn . 70,065
It seems that congress in its wis —If it is correct that the Harney
Miss. . 76,510 9
or lack thereof, or through the Land Office is to be located in BLOOMINGTON
T he H erald is conscious of hav Mo . 235,988 16 202,929
of men having the mat Drewsey, it is contrary to what we
ing performed its whole duty during Neb . 54,391
7,193 3 ter in charge, does not know that it have been led to expect, and a very
the campaign just closed, aud now N. II . 39,187
43,250 4 it is simply an utter impossibility to great disappointment in every way.
calmly awaits the result of Tues N. J .. 127,778 9 123,366
adjust the largest grants, for the The Harney hand District origina
THE TOWN OF LAKEVIEW
day’s voting in confident expecta N.Y
563,048 36 562,001
reason that, millions of acres of ted in Burps,gm-ord^r to secure ab Isthe Largest in the World, having
Lake Co., Oregon.
N..C.. 142,952 11 125,068 23'
lands lying within the granted and solutely necessary 'advantages to in actual cultivation not less than AS IT IS VOICED BY ITS LOCAL NEWSPAPER A THE HERALD.
26,860 3 indemnity limits are unsurveyed, parties desiring to settle in Harney
T he political labors of T he H eii - Oregon
BUSINESS MEN abroad tec that LAKEVIEW, l ake co.. Or., contains: 1 newspaper; 2 hotels;
473,804 30 and no appropriation has been valley; we used the influence of
Penn . 392,785
1 grocer: 2 saloons; 1 brewery; 1 undertaker; 2 laundries; 2 furniture »tore; 1 shoe shop; 1 mea
ai . d closed last week, and it now R. I.
19,030 4 made to meet the expense of the the only Democratic newspaper in
market; 3 lawyers: 3 physicians: 1 surveyor; 1 land agent; 1 dentist; 1 drugstore; 1 jeweler:
has time to turn its attention to the S. C.. 69,764
surveys absolutely indispensable in the Harney country in every direc 80,0000 ACRES. blacksmiths; 2 harness shops; 1 livery stuble; 1 bakery; 3 general merchandise stores; 1 bath
more immediately local issues, viz: Tenn.. 133,270 12 124,090
house: 1 milliner shop: 1 real estate agent; 1 saw-mill. Al»o, 2 Masonic lodges; 1 Good Teiu
the adjustment of the grants.
tion to secure the location in Har
plar lodge; 3 Odd Fellows’ lodges; 1 United Working Men’s lodge.
Division of this vast county of Texas. 223,679 13
By reason of the failure to sur ney valley, and then did the best
Grant into lesser proportions, so as Va. . 145,497 12 139,356
vey the lands in these grants the we could to have Burns designated
to meet the needs of the people re W. Va. 67,317 6
companies are permitted to hold the the favored town. On what grounds
SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER
sident therein. The location of the Wis .. 146,459
lands, without taxation, and reap the agent of the Land Department is THE OLDEST,
Harney Land Office where it will
IS THE LARGEST,
the benefits of the increase in value, preferaed Drewsev we cannot see.
most readily subserve the interests Totals.4 ,911,017 219 4,848,334 182
while the people along the lines are We are informed that N. Brown,
C. C. MALTBY
L akeview , O r .
of the people for whom the new
The following table gives the plu
district was created.
—RIDING MATERIAL A SPECIALT Y.—
FOR THE WEST.
den of the local governments.
suitable building rent free. More
The necessity for the formation ralities by States on the popular
This is outrageous discrimina anon.
Harness, Saddle», Bridle», Spur», Latigo», Whips, Cinches, CLaperajue, None but the
of a new county south of the moun vote:
Blaine. tion in favor of the corporations,
—The best bit Cigar at W. E.
tains lying between Burns and Can
Begt of California Leather used, Satisfaction Guaranteed.
discouraging to the would-be set Grace’s drug store.
yon City is apparent to any person Arkansas......... 22,032
tler, and detrimental to the growth
that ever traveled once over the California....................
13,128 of communities, and improvement
—Advertise in T he H erald if
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
road, summer or winter.
of the country, practically defeating
The majority of the people, we Connecticut .
the objects for which the grants
—For all kinds of Stationery go
arc satisfied, would, if called to
to W. E. Grace’s drug store.
gether in their precincts for an ex- Georgia........... 46,966
BUY OF THIS HOUSE:
It is to be hoped that the very
pression of their sentiments, unite | Illinois
24,827 sensible suggestions of the Com
proof of Robt. Terrell, and W. L.
in what is so plainly right and fair, Indiana........... 6,512
19,773 missioner on the subject of surveys Terrell.
and Harney county bo created Iowa.......
The Finest to be Found in the Lower Market.
64,274 will be seconded by the Secretary
—Worthy citizens, known to be APRICOTS,
on terms satisfactory to all con Kansas. .
of the Interior and acted upon by law-abiding and of conservative
F. P. LANE
congress at the next session.
views on all public questions, are CHERRIES,
T he H erald has advocated, and Maine. .
The adjournment of congress on receiving intimidating notifications
will vigorously work for county di- Maryland .
24,372 Saturday without having passed from irresponsible parties, the thing
vision until obtained. The county- Massachusetts..............
Two First-Class Billiard Tables
. 3,308 either the general land bill, or the bearing fraud upon its face. Our PEARS, PLUMS,
seat question is an after considera- Michigan......................
41,620 bill forfeiting railroad grants, ful advice is to pay no attention to any
, Mississippi ... 33,001
fills the predictions made in the thing of this nature, as no man or PINES, CEDARS,
THE HOPKINS HOUSE.
22,512 first of this series of letters, to set of men, except cowardly mis
T he H erald has worked vigor Nebraska.....................
ously the past six months tb col Novada........................
M. D. HOPKINS, P roprietor .
deeds and misdeeds cannot bear the , ,. . J.
. 4,063 or twice since.
New Hampshire ...
lect convincing evidence that the New
It is to be hoped the next con light'of honest day, would descend
soil and climate of Harney and New York . . . 1,047
gress will be more productive of to such contemptible scribbling.
EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CLASS.
adjacent vallies, or what is known North Carolina. 17,884
as “the Harney Country,” is special Ohio..............................
The presidential election will the recipient of one of these silly BERRIES, QUINCES,
TN» Hotel i» new (Home, Room», and Furniture) and offer» courteous service to every Guest.
ly adapted to the production of Oregon ......................
81,119 then have become a thing of the effusions.
grain. The grain raising farmers
.6,639 past, and legislation for the good of /—Chas. Ziegler brought in this
brought in enough specimen» to .
the country without regard to effect week 33 potatoes that weighed 50 PEACHES, FLOWERS,
satisfy the most skeptical, who arc j Tennessee........ 9,180
upon political organizations, or the pounds! How does Poison creek
hereby invited to call and examine Texas...............131,978
22,183 prospects for candidates for office, stand in the Harney Valley Fair NECTARINES,
the fine, plump grain of the lain- j ' ermont.............. aili
may be enacted.
exhibits? Come in and look at them,
pies now on exhibit in this olhce. 1
v*irginitt J 4’231
The suggestion of the Commis all who are interested in proving
This effort was made in order to . yvj8con8jn.....................
11,698 sioner that the force cf his office
this a fine agricultural country.
attract thc attention of the better 1
should be increased should be hear —Yearly advertisers of stock
class of immigration, to encourage 1
tily seconded by all persons inter brands in T he H erald get inser
thc industrious already at work, and [ W e sec that a move in the coun-
tions of stolen and strays free. -
to induce grain raising at as early I lX division matter in Grant county ested in land matters.
•late as possible in order to meet has been inaugurated by A. W.
25 M iles S outh of L akeview .
the mill enterprise already under i " »tors of Burna, and J. H. Log tries of various classes are pending
way by a Burns business man with 8an
Harney, and a division of ' before the land office, and that
L akeview , O regon .
both energy and means.
¡sentiment already created that is with its present force the office can
Farmers with whom we have con- likely to render anything like har- dispose of only about 75,000 cases
PAYS HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR GRAIN.
versed, admit that 35 to 45 bushels monious action impossible. The
farm. Stock yours this year.
of wheat to the acre can readily be Rpple of discord Temporary ( oun- to prove the need of increased force
Thl» Mill 1« In Sne condition ler turning out Superior Work. Ia in charge ol • Firat-claae MiU«
and a strong effort should be made
The Time for Ordering Fruits is
raised, and the belief that this is , ty-seat Location—has been tossed
a grain field that only needs to be between Upper and Lower Harney, by the people of the land states
GUARANTEE OUR FLOUR..®»
BIRCH, SPRUCE, ELDER,. .
developed in order to yield a rich 1 and Burns, and the sequence is and territories to impress upon the
The riigbeat Price« will be paid for Wheat. High eat Rate« will be paid in exchange tor
minds of their representatives in
return for the industry expended, readily surmised.
congress the importance of their Evidence that any Reasonable
is steadily gaining ground among
OATS, WHEAT, AND BARLEY.
ASH, LINDEN, CHESTNUT,. .
those who came here believing the point (that this subject is of direct , interests, and necessity for more
wild hay on the meadow-lands to be concern to every person in the coun
H enry N. Corr.
the easiest and most remunerative ty), that this movement is as ill-ad
'C all and S ee for Y ourselves before T rading E lsewhere .
this Valley will Produce all that TULIPS, WEEPING WILLOWS,.
way to make a living.
is claimed it will grow.
“C heatest and B est ” is a com
N. Brown has done thc part of a parties desired to unify the senti
public-spirited citizen, who has at ment in favor of county division, bination as difficult as it is desira Come to T he H erald Office and RED-BUD, SHADE TREES &C
heart the advancement of the bus and obtain a true expression of the ble; but “Peterson’s Magazine” has.
iness interests of thc country, as I whole people (as we were assured certainly accomplished it. The1, see Sample* of t^e growth of th*
well as his individual profit, and
Gilham is anxious to November number is a gem in eve-
should receive the commendation of' procure), they would have done ry respect. In addition to a lovely ; HarnCy CountrX- X°u have nevcr
his fellow-citiiens, as well as the un- «ell to have waited until after the steel engraving, there are three full- [ seen a Better AveTage.
EACH THE BEST OF ITS KIND
divided uatronagc of grain raisers, exciting interest attendant on a page wood illustrations. One of i
Now, farmers, this fine, large mill presidential campaign and election these is an admirable portrait of
Don’t put Worthless Stock in the
building is erected, the dam built, ba<l subsided, and the people inter Bismarck, who forms the subject of ground and then say “It don’t Pay
water secured, and machinery here, ested be in a more receptive state of the opening article, which is capi- to Plant Here."
—MANUFACTURER OF TINWARE —
The latter will lie put in next sum- mind.
tally illustrated and gives various
Buy thc Bcgt Nursery Stock in |
Send for a Catalogue, and make
mer, and thc mill be in fine running
As the matter now stands it will interesting incidents of his life, new (he NMrketi ttnd get out an Orchard '
Farmers need not incur the expense and delay of sending off for
Agricultural Implements, as this House keeps a full stock at Fair
order by the time grain is ready to require wise management and no to American readers. The stories ¡his* Fall' and* ¿ot "wait’till "next ¡ X0" “lections in time for the fai
Price». Citizens will find here as complete a line of Hardware and
l>o hauled. With thia assurance
trouble to arrive at an amica- I are by popular authors, and are up Spring.
delivery, if you want to plant none
Crockery as in any other establishment in this section of country.
the last obstacle to Harney valley t>le understanding at Harney next , to thc usual high standard of ex
T he H erald will make out your but the Best, and that is always the ^-TINWAREOF ALL DESCRIPTIONS MADI TO ORDER. CALL AND SEE GOODS
cellence. In the Fashion Depart-
grain-raising is removed, as it is no Saturday.
Cheapest. Last spring, alone, more
longer needful to haul grain 140 to
To antagonize no interest that is I ment, besides the handsome dou-
Order Free of Charge for anything
160 miles to have ground, or sold. "W* -° bring about defeat is always , blc fashion-plate, there are scores
A large acreage should lie sown ^»'er than that rule or ruin policy, of dainty dress patterns and de- suited to this soil and climate—
QQQ WOfth WftS
General Blacksmith & Wagon Maker
in wheat this fall for there is still which oftenest recoils on itself,
l signs for the work table, etc., many
, of them suggestive of very pretty Why Free of Charge, since every
time, and s larger sowing in spring
. . ---------- 1
L akeview , O regon .
wheat next season. Much ground
Detectives are on the track of r, Christmas presents. It is time to
H. R. SCHLÄGEL
can be prepared for grain this fall Thoe Axbury, city treasurer of
by those farmers not yet in condi- Cleveland, O., who absconded with and we cannot too heartily recom
Because we would be glad to do
mend “Peterson.” It stands high
tion for planting. Let us and all
Call at this Office and order, or
among the first-class literary
other workers for the furtherance of
address the following-named
Harney valley improvement, unite' _Th<l
Franciw.o Examiner, monthlies; and, as a fashion-period-
BUGGIES. WAGONS, ET C.,->
in urging farmers throughout the that chief of democratic dailies, is , ieal, none can equal it. Every lady Harney Valley blossom and glow
entire Harney country to get in and on file on our reading desk. Come
GEO. W. CRANE,
are only Two Dollars per year, with like a Rose in the Wilderness with
plant enough grain to keep the new and read it.
mill busy enough to supply our- —Coal Oil at W. E. Grace s drug greatly reduced rates when taken
Gire • Trial. M.<««l«s 1« ■•ll.Ttaf A *nt ria» Smith work« la eeaneet
in clubs, and with unusually floc Beautiful and Comfortable Homes
BOX 131«. Bleomiefton.ru.
selves and our neighbors.
We give the following tables of
the Presidential vote of 1884, that
T he H erald ’ s readers may com
pare them with the returns of 1888
A gricultural implements .