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I>. L. GBAC’F
p-oK DIVISION Off GRANT COUNTY.
polt TEMPORARY I Of>TY-SE AT:
Lady Thorn, 2:18|, traces her
|x‘digrec back to imported Diomede
through Henry May Day which
“sired a filly that was Wed to Gano,
and produced the dam of Lady
The Duke of Winchester has sold
"Ormonde” the great English race
horse that has never been lx*aten to
an American gentleman for $S5,OO0.
CHAS. E. BOSWELL
The Leading Merchant of Grant Countv
J. C. PARKER,
---- UEAI.EK IX-----
DBA’ GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, CAI’S,
"A man guilty of a turf fraud
Leaves VALE on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 4:30,».
—The San Francisco Examiner, j should be expelled.” The Sire Bros.,
<Lt aa m*«r.)
BOOTS, SHOES. GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
Arrives at BURNS on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 6 p.
that chief of democratic dailies, is ¡owners of the last stable in the
STOVES, TINWARE, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE,
on file on our reading desk. Come land, were ruled off the tracks of
Leaves BURNS on Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays at 4:30*.u|
r-rt Barr, the ‘■Luke I
and read it.
the American Association at the Sharp” of The Detroit Free Prein,
SULTANA RAZORS AND "I X L” CUTLERY, WINES AND
Arrives at VALE on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 6p J
[ meeting of its Board of Appeals
CIGARS; AND A THOUSAND OTHER ARTICLES
is a humorous writer who ha£ earn-'
T he Detroit Free Press and this in Detroit th/* first week in last
TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
ed a reputation second only to that
paper 1 year, $3, which is the price I month, for the foljowinj? offense:
of M. Quad, a sketch of whom wt-
’Close connection at VALE with stage for ONTARIO.
of T he H erald alone, when not Van Neas, as their agent, entered
will publish next weeks.
paid for in advance.
Ad. Terry under the name of Lex
Like M. Quad. “Luke Sharp” was
ington, and out of his class, at the “discovered” by The Free Press
Kansas City meeting in 1887; the In 1875 he was teaching school in
race was won and the check for the Canada. During vacation time, he,
A prairie fire rag' d southeast of j so-called Lexington's share of the
in company with a friend, made a
Rapid City, Dak.. Dec. 24th. Ma purse was made out in Sire Bros’,
voyage in a sioajl skiff from Detroit
ny farm buildings were in its line. name, but Mr. Straut, who repre
to Buffalo along the south shore of
A cold wave struck Saranac Lake, sented them, refused to receive the Lake Erie. The trip occupied a
N. Y., on the 22<1 ult., running the winnings, as his suspicions of crook- coutde of ireeks, and Mr. Barr, un °rUT“ 6,000,000
temperature down to 22 degrees be e lness on the part of Van Ness and der the nom de plume of “Luke at the iMgaat and 2^'©liable huuse. and th. y t^ge
the horse had become aroused. It Sharp,” wrote several pape rs d ‘tail
is generally conceded that \ an Ness ing the experiences of himself and
D. K FERRY A CO are
Georgia ia inviting immigration
k acknowledged to be the
and the horse ought to have been
raest Seed erne n
friend, ;md sent them to The Free
The Legislature has appropriated 1
In the world.
expelled from the trotting associa
Agent for Stiver A. Walker, wholesale dealers in
D M F embt ACo’s
Press. The articles were published, |
♦20,000 for the establishment of a
tion; but the Sire Bros, were not
running several weeks, and they!
Bureau of Immigration which will j
lieserving of such punishment, as
immediately attracted wide atten
advertise the peculiar advantages
their name was used to aid a “ring
Come to the Office and sec a copy.
Will be mailed Ft«
tion, being reprinted entire in many j
of the State.
to all applicants, and
er” without their knowledge or con
; ordering it. Jwr/i/u.
The Chicago police prevented the sent and they righted the wrong in [ other papers. Those who were so
WAGONS, BUGGIES & CARRIAGES,
anarchists from holding a meeting stantly, as far as they could, on dis fortunate as to read them, will easi
ly remember the exquisite, side
on the 23d ult, but in spite of the covery of the fraud.
g^-Aursv fob F isiwan ’» Fvsii I xíibascb C owfast . *1
splitting style in which the adven
former's vigilance a secret meeting
tures and mishaps of “Luke” and
FKOM WASHINGTON, >>. C.
was held in the evening.
his friend “Mac” were chronicled.
Jn the U. S. Senate on the 17th
W ashington C ity , I). C.
“Luke Sharp” was at once offered
December 29. DM«. I
the Secretary of the Treasury re
a position on The Free Press staff,
ported that 163.241.28 had been
and he has since written exclusively
THE TOWN OF LAKEVIEW
Only $3.75 for the
paid the State of Oregon in settle typed look. Business drags along
for thut paper, delighting thousands
Lake Co., Oregon.
ment of the Modoc Indian war ex- in the same old wav. Occasionally
a little tilt of an enlivening charac every week with liis laugh-provok AS IT IS VOICED BY ITS LOCAL NEWSPAPER & THE HERALD
EAST OREGON HERALD
ter over civil service and the tariff ing sketches.
Miss Randall of LaGrange, Stan
In 1881 Mr. Bar was sent to Eng
changes the dull routine of the fo
1 grocer: 2 Mloona; 1 brewery; 1 undertaker; 2 laundries: 2 furniture store: 1 shoe shop: 1 inea
islaus county, is a school teacher.
rensic stage to that of the arena of land to establish the European edi market: 3 lawyers: 3 physicians: 1 surveyor; 1 land agent: 1 dentist: 1 drugstore: 1 jeweler;
Not long since she lost a brother
tion of The Free Press, and in July blacksmith^: 2 harness shops; 1 livery stable: 1 bakery; 3 general merchandise stores; 1 bath
house: 1 milliner shop; 1 real estate agent; 1 saw-mill. Also, 2 Masonic lodges: 1 Good Tern
▲ WONDERFUL PUBLICATION.
and was extremely ill. When the
Senator Ingalls, as may be seen cf that year the paper was issued plar lodge; 3 Odd Fellows' lodges: 1 United Working Men’s lodge.
Mtny Funpose DEMOREST’S MONTHl!
Teachers’ Institute was convened
to be a fashion magazine. Thh is a great miaUbwsE,
in the daily papers, pays a most at 325 Strand. London, where it is I
It undoubtedly contains the finrat FaraioK M wa I,
«he consulted her physician, who I gallant and high tribute to Mrs. still published with ever increasing
partmb . nt of anv magazine published, but tti$l*SH| J
the case from $hJ fiict that pre at enterprise
lojd her not to venture on a stage
Mr. Barr spent nearly
1 Cleveland for grace, lovliness, good success.
perienco ore ehexn, so that each depart» Bl
equal to a magazine iia ftsclf. In D emorest ’ s
ride of thirty miles to attend the in
three years in traveling over the
■ sense, anil dignity.
get a dozen magazines fn one. and secuw
ment and instruct^*» f©r the whole family. It
stitute for five days, but to stay and
Dr. Mary Walker is still in the greater part of Europe, writing ac
tain** Stories, Poeme.ai.d other Literary utt
including Artistic, Scientific, and Jleiwbold
teach her scliool. She obeyed—and
■city, and as ever the sterling advo-
and B ill list r;Uc<l v»nh original Steel Engrai
Photogravure-, Water-Colon», and fine W
was hauled before the Board of Ed | cate of dress reform. The absurd Free Press. It is his purpose to
inuking it the M odei . M aoazinb of A mbkicai Q
Each cop /contains a P attkan O bl >«6
ucation, which threatened to revoke bustle, that bears upon the weakest spend several months during the
the holder to the eclect’on of A wt P attern illnstrau d in ui.y number of the Magazine, and in
C. C. MALTBY
or TH8 8IZB8 manufactured, each valued at from ¿0 cents to SO centa, or over
her certificate. Her friends rallied
part of the spinal column, is as de-
^iwlyi'bwrlption, S2.D0. A trial will convince yon that you can r< ten time. th.
to her sup]x>rt and the motion was
•f tli© money paid, fciiugle copies (each containing Pattern Order), 20 cents.
—RIDING M A TERI A L A S P E C I A L T Y —
| leterious as the mass of clothes that of interest in the old world, and i
defeated. Two members of the
Published by W. JENNINGS DEMOREST, N ew Y ork .
women usually hang upon their readers of The Free Press will
Harney, Ssddleg, Bridles, Spurs, Latlgca, Whips, Cinches, Chaperaiog.
None but the
board, women, voted to dismiss,
The above combination is a splendid chance to get oar paper and D bmoiuk »-*© M onthlt
hips. Both induce prolapses, and doubtless be treated to a series of
tadured rule. ¿¿end your subocripUuud to Lais oLlcc.
interesting and humorous letters in j
her—motive: each had a protege to
ftp- Best of California Leather used. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
female weaknesses, and cause a de- his own inimitable style. “Luke |
be installed in the vacancy.
generate race. “Thistles do not Sharp” is a genial Scotchman, a na
ggf A file of the above beautiful magazine is in the Reading
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
East Oregonian: The total taxa : bring forth fig*,” neither does a tive of Glasgow, and still a young
and the copy for this month on the editor’s desk for inspection.
ble property jn Oregon, as given by 1 diseased woman bring forth a man on the sunny side of forty; in
the asseSHincnt rolls, for 1887, was strong man, and we are doomed as the opinion of his many friends his
$34,688,580, and for 18X8, ♦85,803,- a race if dress reform does not soon best work is yet to come.
The E ast O reoon H erald and
429. Those counties which gave obtain recognition. And this evil The Detroit Free Press one year for
decreased valuation were: Benton is not more deleterious to the pro ♦3—both papers for the price of one,
M. D. HOPKINS, P roprietor .
with n deerease of ♦283,499; Claek- duction of a healthy successor to paid in advance.
nmas, ♦7,615; Douglas. $97,935; Gil the present generation, than tlu*
EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CLASS.
lium, ♦58,610; Grant, $711,740; l.ake alcoholic and tobacco habits of the i John Calvin, the first title in Vol. '
♦47,587; Linn, ♦50,216; Marion, $1,- men. Temperance in food, drink, VII. of Alden’s Manifold Cyclope
980,821; Morrow, ♦53,226; Union. and dress must go hand in hand if
dia, occupies seven pages, and Ce- Tbia Hotel la new (Uouae, Room,, anil Furniture) and offer, euurteou. aervlre to ererj Gucat.
♦2,633; Washington, $81,490. There practical good is to lx* effected for
vennes. the last title, the name of
is no excuse for this, even on the i the coming man.
the chief mountain range in the
plea that foreign mortgages have
Present attempts at reform pre south of France, is given nearly a
lx*en withdrawn. The truth is, the ' sents «he absurd picture of a woman
Between these there are
decrease in both cages is due to the in a tight-laced corset, enormous
over titH) pages, including consider
system and present practice of as- bustle, and high-heeled shoes con
ably over 100 illustrations, devoted
wssmeul. People generally are in fronting her husband with a severe
to topics in every department of
duced by it to try how much they lecture on his late hours, high-wine
human knowledge, for instance:
can cheat the State.
. and cigarbtte habits—‘‘what is to Calw, a manufacturing town in
Fossil Journal: A dastardly out | Iteconie of our family, sir?” she in Wurti'niberg, 11 lines: Calypso, in
rage was perpetrated near Mayville dignantly demands, as she shakes Grecian legend, 9 lines; Calyx (in
by some party or parties unknown. out the folds of 30 lbs of skirts, and betanv), 30 lines; Cam (a river), 9!
Bob Galbraith's horse was tied lip shifts her ‘‘gum" to the other cheek. lines; Camaldolites (a religious or
in E<1. Stinchtield'i stable, and du ■‘It’ll grow weaker (puff), if not der), 10 lines; Cambridge Univer-j
ring the night some cowardly and wiser (hie), my love,” he triumph sity, 5j pages; Cauibyses (king of
P ropri «*
SAYER A- DORE
inhuman wretch stablx-d the animal
Medes), half-page; Camel (quad-
in the neck, evidently with t)u< in down town to Jeave an order for a niped), 3 pages; Camera (in optics)
—MANUFACTURER OF TINWARE —
tention of cutting tlw jugular ar , Uiuntiful supply of ingredients for 3 pages; Canada, 8 pages; Canal,
Farmers need not incur the expense and delay of sending off for
tery. and thereby eatiae the animal his wife to manufacture into rich 3 pages; Cancer, 4 pages; Carbon-
Agricultural Implements, as this House keeps a full stock at Fair
Keep, eor.î.ntlr on hand a large «lock of
to bleed to death. ’ The knife was pastry for' table comforts.”
ifereous System (in geology), 3
Prices. Citizens will find here as complete a line of Hardware and
stuck in the hope’« neck, making a
Cards (playing) 4 pages; Carpen
Crockery as in any other establishment in this section of country.
deep gash a eouph' of inches long in the liquor traffic is a subject that try, 10 illustrations, 5 pages: Cata-: ^■TINWAKEOF AI.L DESCRintÔS» MADE TO ORDER CALL- AND SEE GOoW
Fortpmitelv it missed the jugular, has a deep hold on the citizens of lecties, in poetry. 2 lines, and soon.
and the animal on receiving the District. Some reform seems to l>e
These few specimens indicate the |
wound broke loose, so that the cow necessary, although Washington is wonderful variety and comprehen
ardly wretch or wretches failed to freer from the evils of liquor than siveness of the knowledge em-'
any city of like population in the
complete their diistarillv design. land.
braced within the scope of the work.
The horse is a valuable one, worth
The cold weather is again upon It is an ordinary Cyclopedia of Un
about $1000, ntul Isdonga to Bob ua. and the complaints of tlx* poor iversal Knowledge, and an Una
L akeview , O regon .
H R. SCHLÄGEL
< !a)brnit)i’s Iwother in Prairie City. and distressed are heard Consid bridged Dictionary of Language in
erable money is appropriated every
vear for charitable purposes in one the editorial work taring in Prepared to .Io all Kind, of Work In the Blaek«mith line. Horw shoeing at I2.J0 per head
Washington, and a great deal given skillful hands, the mechanical
by citizens, but there is still much work, paper, printing and binding,
tyms from the sporting World, Dvr 12.
suffering here when the weather is all that one can reasonably wish,
The occasion of the Bl.nd Home p seven*.
B U G G I E S, W A GONS, ET C,-^
the form convenient lawond all pre-
A.sin-iatiiin inei ting in San Fran
L iterati he .—A distinctly liter ctxlent in works of reference, and
■ API TO OBOI. WIT. »«ATX«««. ASH OF GOOD QVlLlTT
cisco ending in a row was alxiut thin:
monthly, $1 magazine, that ev the cost SO trivial as to astonish
A I. L W O R K W A R R ANTED
On Saturday the atoriny weather in '
Mil scriber to Tits H erald , can even those who have been familiar Gt». • Tri«!. «*S«eli>« I. Belle»«»« A «r»M **• unliti w. rka In connect loo with the Shop.
the morning canned the Vice Presi- ery
at our club rates, only 13.10 with the remarkable accomplish-
dent and Secretary, without consul- have
And all kind, of «urface lumber thoroughly n-a.>red for building parpe«
paper and niagaiine,
tnenta of Alden's “Literary Revolu
reduced price .
lotion with Preaident M dun* or
THE SECOND YEAR OF
Celia Thaxter’s fin» fare and tion.” It ia probably better than
other officers, to put up notice, of
striking autograph illuminate the any other Cyclopedia or Dictionary
postponement of the races. When
first ]>age of Alden’s illustrated adapted to popular use. The pub
racing hour arrived, the weather
magazine* ‘Literature.” The en lisher sends «peeinien pages free to
wan clear and pleasant While the
tire number is devotixl to a bill- any applicant or »|»N’inien volumes,
prenidi nt wan at the gate pacifying
graphical sketch, literary criticisms which may he returned, bound in
the crowd. E. J Baldwin', trainer,
and extracts from her writings.
cloth, for 50 cents, or half morocco
R. W Thomas, selected his judge
Began on Thursday, November 29, 1888.
This metliixl.of presenting popu 65 cents; poetage 10 cents. See
and ntarter, mounted Monahan on
lar authors is a characteristic fea club rates with this paper. John
■'I ais Angelea,” Caney on "Molli«*
ture of thia magazine.
M’Carty'n Ijwt" and ran them over* |1 a y*ar * peri men ro>y frve addrvM John It. Alden. Publisher. 393 Pi-arl st .
N. B. A Good road all the way.
AND TO RENEW EXPIRING SUBSCRIPTIONS.
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| he eourae.
CHEAPEST HOUSE in Eastern Oregon FOR CASH.
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