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From an Absent ITarneylte«
the opinions’expressed by different : to secure a support for himself, her-
E d . H erald : W o fail to receive
persons as to the object of the com-
her upon ffie lands settled upon, out II krai . d at this office, send it i
I». L.. AR ICK,
j pany in having these lands exam ' or
then such register and receiver may
grant to such settler a leave of ab- as scon as you get this, as T he H er
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 22, ISSA.
Some think it is for the purpose 1 sence from the claim upon which ald is like a letter from home to '
p-OR DIVISION OF GRANT COUNTY.
of establishing a colony; others i he or she has filed for a period not one who has been away nearly three
that it is with a view to selling it in exceeding one year at any one time, months.
such settler so granted leave of
We brought a band of horses
a body to some other corporation. and
yon TEMPORA BY COUNTY-SEAT:
absence shall forfeit no rights by
down here but found a dull market.
Adorn your nomen. yo«r Tu«p
Your Ranches, Your Farina, y^ur
When we first got here it was
or location of ti ! e iiarney land with Mr. Britt most of the season. That the time of such actual ab
Places, with trees and shrubbery
There were eight in the party and sence shall not be deducted from sultry, but the nights arc cool now.
Suited to the climate of East
I understand they examined about
Oregon. And buy on|y
and has made rue stouter, as they
from a known
ec . 3. That the price of all
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B egin your subscription with o.ur Albany Democrat.
sections and parts of sections of the
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS,
We are informed that the citizens public lands, within the limits of Grapes in abundance, as every
BOOTS, SHOES, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
L-*’"« 1 .'■■1______ L
of Mitchell, Burnt Ranch, Fossil, the portions qf the several grants one depends on seeing when com
STOVES, TINWARE, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE,
V olume II of our paper in East and other portions of the Bridge of lands to aid in the construction ing to California.
of railroads, which have been here The roads are very dusty, and
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, PUTTY, THE CELEBRATED
you what yon
Oregon begins on Thanksgiving creek and John Day settlements tofore and which may hereafter be
pay th* money for:
RAZORS AND “I X L” CUTLERY, WINES AND
intend to ask the legislature to set forfeited, which were by the act ma
I .ateat Varieties true
CIGARS; AND A THOUSAND OTHER ARTICLES
California is solid for Harrison
them apart into a newly organized king such grants or have Bince been
to the name; Healthy,
Vigorous planta; and Judi-
T here will be nine democrats in county. The new pqunty is to be price and, also, of all lands within and Morton—they cannot live here
cioua packing,or all is lost— Laboa
| CHEAPEST HOUSE in Eastern Oregon FOR CASH.
the upper, and nine in the lower composed of a portion of Grant, the limits of any such railroad without the Chinese.
and Time and Money. Therefore, <|p
I do not know whether we will
house of our next legislative assem Gilliam, and Crook. Natural grant, and not embraced in the
Save by bearing in mind that the groat
1 boundaries, such as mountain grant, lying adjacent to and coter get home this fall or not.
I one W hiting .
ranges, streams, etc., will probably minous with the portions of the
line of any such railroad which
Wheatlands, Cal., Nov. 8 ’88.
N ot a mny SfWir c, in Francisco
shall not be completed at the date
of this act, is hereby fixed at one
»er yf Inter date than
a number 4>f men um ct«n- dollar aiid *tw.enfy-fiv.d cents per
ï ... » *UUwtJ U/
Eo. H erald : I arrived at my
THE TOWN OF LAKEVIEW
thi.s office, until last Tuesday night ing in from the front on the Oregon
Lake Co., Oregon.
“S ec . 4. That from and after the old homo last Wednesday in safety,
Nov. 20th, or 14 days after the day Pacific and offering their time passage
of this act, any homestead and my broken leg so much im AS IT IS VOICED BY ITS LOCAL NEWSPAPER & THE HERALD.
.... 1 Meanwhile the Orego 'checks for sale; others are going , settler who has entered less than proved that I can walk without my
nian has reached its readers without out to commence work. There is one-quarter section of land may crutches.
BUSINESS MEN abroad see that LAKEVIEW, Lake eo., Or., container 1 newspaper; 2 hotels;
1 grocer: 2 saloons; 1 brewery; 1 undertaker; 2 laundries; 2 furniture store; 1 shoe shop; 1 mea
likely to be work for a month or enter other and additional land ly
It has rained the past two days market; 8 lawyers: 3 physicians: 1 surveyor; 1 land agent; 1 dentist; 1 drugs tore; 1 jeweler:
ing contiguous to the original en
blacksmiths; 2 harness shops; 1 livery stable: 1 bakery; 3 general merchnndigo stores; 1 bath Isthc Largest in the World, having
try, which shall not, with the land in our Sunny Kansas.
houae: 1 milliner shop: 1 real estate agent; 1 saw-mill. Also, 2 Masonic lodges; 1 Good Tern in actual cultivation not leaa than
Friend H erald as we were sure, plar lodge; 3 Odd Fellows* lodges; 1 United Working Men’s lodge.
T he H erald has made arrange-
The Governor of Montana, esti first entered and occupied, exceed
■ ments with its Washington cor- mates the population of his terri in the aggregate one hundred and Kansas went republican, and their
KV respondeat to furnish its readers tory at 14O,0QQ, an increase of 10,- sixty acres, without proof of resi rejoicing is great as if they were
” with a Land Office Bulletin con 000 over the estimates made last dence upon and cultivation of the not used to voting that way—I’ll
SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER
additional entry; and if final proof
taining important decisions render-' year.
of settlement and cultivation has
«1 in land affairs in the Lakeview
The estimated population of been made for the original entry, from Crawford county.
and Harney Land Districts—such Washington territory is 167,982 when the additional entry is made,
Everything is lively here. Will
C. C. MALTBY
L akeview , O r .
information, in fact, as our readers an increase of about 24,0Q0 during then the patent Bhall issue without write again soon. Success to T he
—RIDING MATERIAL A S P EC I A LT Y.—
H erald .
W. F. M eadows .
are in need of to keep informed the year.
S fc . 5. That every person enti
concerning land matters in their
Pittsburg, Kas., 11—9—88.
under the provisions of the
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Spurs, Latigos, Whips, Cinches, Chaperajos. None but the
A good vote was polled in Linn tled,
IS THE OLDEST,
r own- district. Now is the time to
homestead laws, ta enter a home
18 THE LARGEST,
Beat of California Leather uaed. Satiafaction Guaranteed.
subscribe for the paper that works county though it was done in a stead, who has heretofore complied
T he most dreadful disaster in
I for the local interests of its readers, quiet and undemonstrative way. with, or who shall hereafter comply the history of Kansas occurred on
only $2.50 a year.
Saturday, 10th. When the men
vote stood 1624 democratic to 1572
FOR THE WEST.
proof thereunder, for a quantity of were preparing to leave off their
republican, and 99 prohibition.
land less than one hundred and work at shaft No. 2 at Frontenac, a
sixty acres, and received the recei suburb of Pittsburg, a terrible ex
ver’s final receipt therefor, shall be plosion shook the earth and shater-
We give below a condensed table entitled under said laws to enter,
Will Hanley lias been over to showing at a glance the popular and by legal subdivisions of the public ed the shaft. 160 men were buried
under 112 feet of earth and debris.
Gazelle, Cal., on a business visit
electoral vote by States in 1884, and lands of the United States subject
The Finest to be Found in the Lower Market
to homestead entry, so much addi None were taken out alive. The
for 1888, as far as could be reliably tional land as added to the quanti
BUY OF THIS HOUSE:
Jewell, Hall, a former resident of obtained:
ty previously so entered by him dies were got out was heart-rend
F. P. LANE
\ this county but now of Grant coun-
shall not exceed one hundred and
Pup!r vote. E.V. PoplrVote. E.V. sixty acres.
Provided, That in no ing. Many of the searchers faint
7 ty, was in the valley the past week.
crei. Die. C. B. Cl’d. .H’u. C. II case shall patent issue until the ed at the shocking sights.
Alabama J2,»73 59,144 10
Two First-Class Billiard Tables
jerson making such additional
Arkai:M>ié.7z,9’«:7 60,*93 7
« 110,846 118,742
ly and in conformity with the
’ Tidings, mentioning the new town Colorudo
Connec't <17,1*2 6. .,89* 6
Delaw me 16,976 13,0.4 3
homestead laws resided upon and
of Keno, say's: “Peter tlie Ppet a Florida 31.769 2*.031 4
THE HOPKINS HOUSE
BRAND RATES: 1 brand on cut, and
94.663 47,692 12 . .
12 .. cultivated the land entered therein description, 1 vear $10. 2 cuts and descrip
rattle brained genius who formerly Illinois 312,5M 387,411 22 .
244.992 218,4*0 16
15 and otherwise complied with such tions, 1 year, >18.
M. D. HOPKINS, P roprietor .
conducted the Long Orcek Eagle, Indiana.
proposes ttj start a newspaper there, Kcnt’kÿ 162,961 11«,122 13
Should my opinion as herein ex
62,646 46,347 *
P. F. STENGER.
and wilt ./all it the Kpno Whisper.’' Louird'na
pressed be verified, many hoiflclcss
EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CLASS.
Mary i’ll d 9t»,«<6 *■>,74* »
’t 11122.862 146,724
"a Troop M, 2d U. S. cavalry, in MaS'ch
Miehlg’n 1*9,361 192,669
13 people will have occasion to rejoice
Minne'a 70,066 111,9*6
in the opportunity to secure homes. H orses branded on
Aonimand of 2d Lieut. II. H. Sar- Miaai’rd.. 76,610 43,50» 9 7 .
and offera courteous service to every Gueat.
MiBaouri.286,9** 202,929 16
H enry N. Corp.
Either Right or
copnt, passed here on Monday en Nebr'aka. 54,391 76,908 6 .
. 5, 73
ute to Walla Walla. They have Nevada
N. Hamp. 39,1*7 43,250
4 43,444 46,728
Jcraeyl27,778 128,366 9
FROM THE OREGON PACIFIC.
ecu stationed at Fort Bidwell, Cal. N.
N. York..663,04« 562,001 36
IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOUSE.
N.( ar’na 142,952 125,0« 11
aul were relieved by G troop of the uh
Range—Grant county, Oregon.
Oregon. . 24,604 26,«ti0
Fox V alley , Linn co., Org.
3 20,756 27,345
l'ennax i 392.7*1» 473,*04
I’. O.—Burna, Grant county. Oregon.
November 6, 1888.
111), la! . 12,391 19,030
H.Cur'Ina 69,764 21,738 9
E d . H erald : It has been some
156,000 139,000 12
Ten oeaae 133,270 124,090 12
.223, »79 91,701 13
Ari- old man named Win. Cont- Texas
since I had anything to write
RILEY <fc HARDIN.
Vermont 17,832 39,614
Virginia 145,497 189,356 12
ner alas found dead in his bed at his W.Va..
“from the front,” that is such news
67,817 68,096 6
Addreaa ISAAC FOSTER.
place j near Central Point, one day Wiaenan.146,109 161,157 11 .
as would be of interest to Harney
last vj -ck. He had long resided Total Electoral vote.219 1*2
there alone, living the life of a her
We have moved up to the head
H omes branded on
mit, in an adobe house, and it was
line of the railroad—I say the rail
25 M ii . es S outh of L akeview .
supposed he was in good circum- The new Additional Homratead Bill road, because the Oregon Pacific
that I»i<l Not Become a Law.
L akeview , O regon .
Some few weeks ago I gave a extension eastward is the only rail
Sgfirch of the premises after liis synopsis of a bill pending before road your home readers care very
‘ttth revealed the most primitive Congress containing important and much to read about.
PAYS HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR GRAIN.
'nngements for his domestic beneficent provisions, and predicted
There have been about 13 miles
C attlk branded on
of track finished, the rails laid, and
Left Bide: V. Un Thia Mill la in fine condition for turning out Superior Work. Ia in charge of a Firat-claaa Miller NUTS, FRUIT8.
Tkllis watfsr bucket was hollowed Well, the prediction proved correct, rolling-stock within 8 miles of this
der-bit in Right ear,
Ion) a white oak knot as were also bqt the bill failed to become a law point, Mills City. Tho train is ex
WE GUARANTEE OUR FLOUR._JgJ
close up. Left ear:
Is cooking and eating utensils.
because it was not reached by the
The Highest Prices will be paid for Wheat. Highest Rates will be paid in exchange for
■He reached the water in his well,
Ran»«: Grant, Crock. an<l Lake eountlea.
President for signature before the by the time this is in print.
>uc 18 feet deep, by a aeries of
No. 3 Bridge on Santiani is r. O.—Riley, Grant cannty, Oregon. T
adjournment of Congress. I have
OATS, WHEAT, AN*D BARLEY.
BIRCH, SPRUCE, ELDER,
cut in the soil.
no doubt that the matter will re framed and ready to raise.
■ellar was in a tunnel at the I
ALMEDA A. STENGER
All the road is under contract all
ceive early attention when Congress
of a shaft 22 feet deep, and
ASH, LINDEN, CHESTNUT,. ..
CiU AMD 8» ro* YOV«»LV» BkroHk TBÀD1X0 KLItWHMI,-^Ml
reconvenes in December; that the
.ed a supply of fruits and
bill will l>e re-enacted and receive
C attlz branded
Work will continue as long as
the signature of the President. In
TULIPS, WEEPING WILLOWS,. /
on Left «Ide; cirele-
---- - liscil no crop but tobacco, of order that the people may be famil- the snow-fall does not interfere, and
>. A Split I« each
which he sold a considerable quan- 1 iar with all of its provisions, I print the trail remain open so they can ear.
ity, and it was currently reported , it entire in thjs letter to the exclu pack in supplies. There are 10
RED-BUD, SHADE TREES AC. ’ I
‘hat he had hidden treasure about sion of other matter, deeming it of miles of pack trail to the front
Range—Grant county, Oregon.
P, U.—Burna, Grant couuty, Oregon. 27-y
i the utmost importance:
His bed was composed of burlap
| “An act to allow persons who have
lacks filled with leaves, and his
JNO. 8. DEVINE.
abandoned or relinquished their part of the road, and it will take
whole lurroundings indicated but
homestead entries to make an until next fall to get done rock cuts
other entry, and for other pur and tunnel.
even from the woollen age,
EACH THE BEST OF ITS KIN D
Harneyitcs should put in large with
“Be it enacted, etc., S ec . 1. That gardens next spring, and it will pay Ear marks: Cloee-
—MANUFACTURER OF TINWARE.—
any person who hns not heretofore ' to work them well as by time veg c runoff the Rltht ear;
if the railway mail ! perfected title to a tract of land
Send for a Catalogue, and make
Farmers need not incur the expense and delay of sending off for
your selections' in time for the fal
authorised by the which he has made filing upon un etables are marketable the railroad
Agricultural Implements, as this House keeps a full stock at Fair
delivery, if you want to plant none
Prices. Citizens will find here as complete a line of Hardware and
ilace postnl clerks der the pre-emption law, or entry of hands will be in that land of sun-
t but the Best, and that ia always the
I Cheapest. Last spring, alone, mere
make a homestead entry of not ex-
nobsks are branded «** tixwareof all descriptions made to order , call and sex goods .
The rainy season began here three
with ••8-wrench” on the j
•«eding one-quarter section of pub- weeks ago and the mud is hub
•’d subject to Buch entry, such
I 1 * *
$1,000 worth wasShiPPed
'ling or entry to file con- deep, which makes the Harneyites
Cenerai Blacksmith & Wagon Maker« i
apply to persons sunny clime. T. P. Adams and
o lands under the Chas. Adams of Burns, arrived here Range Grani and Malherir coríntica.
'estead laws al- 29th, when the rain was pouring P. O. addreao Burna. Grant co.. Oregon.
L akeview , O regon .
H. R. SCHLÄGEL
Call at this Office and order, ar
irter sent from Webfoot 15 years, but
thinks the Harney country the
address the following-named
iM-st o£.all, while T. P. Adams feels
r for Cui hu been made «nd will be
rB U G G I E 8, WAGONS, ET C,-.
i«r*sUpon receipt of
Trees ! ! !
V < >
L. Fine Bctr
WILLOW BRANCH FLOURING MILL,
A gricultural implements .
on the n»bt shoulder
bj a Vertical
it <•., Or.