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O regon H erald
$2.BO a Year,
BURNS, GRANT COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1889.
eral gardeners here, who will an-1 east and runs very nearly straight ly 16; Grass, red-top, 31 in. bight,
swer in detail all inquiries on thatj to the water, a distance of 1 mile 150 spears to single root, or from
subject; the white, or Irish potato is from its mouth. It will average 50 one seed; 30 acres in.
> EVERY THURSDAY
F. W. R itterbusch : near Saddle
grown with little cultivation, and is feet wide and 20 feet high and is
THE TOWN OF BURNS
Some of II« Natural Advantages Wa- superior to that grown in Ohio, Ill very uniform in its structure, the Buttes; July 20; Barley 41 inches
GRANT CO. OREGON.
ter, Soil, Climate, and Produc
high; a small piece put in to test
inois, Missouri, Tennessee, or Kan
AS IT IS VOICED BY THE HERALD.
Acres Open for
sas, we personally know as regards either side, and then commence to agricultural value of bottom of the
í AND P r OPMEBM.
arch over, and certainly form the slough on swamped land.
size, “mealiness,” and flavor.
BUSINESS MEN ABROAD BY LOOKING OVER IT8 COLUMNS WILL BBS THAT
finest arch in the whole family of J ohn A dams . Near Burns; Ju
ly 24; Oats, 78 in. high, Wheat, 60 1 newspaper; 1 hotel: 1 brewery; 1 undertaker: 1 meat market; 2 lawyer«: 3 phyiiciana
such as strawberries, currants,'
It is grand almost beyond de in., and Barley, 40 in. in bight. 1 surveyor; 1 land agent; 1 drugstore; 1 jeweler; 1 blacksmith; 1 livery stable: 2 general mer
blackberries, gooseberries, grapes,
Thousands of Families can Secure Val
stores; 1 hardware store; 1 saw-mill ; 1 carpenter; 1 saddle & harness shop; 1 gro
etc., will, from what evidence we scription, and rivals the gr. at Mam S imon L ewis , Silver creek, July chamlise
uable Homes in this Great Val
Odd Fellows lodge; 1 reading room; 1 school; 1 church.
ley at a Mere Nominal Cost.
moth cave in its smoothness of 30, wheat 40 inches, with full heads cery store. Also, a 1 copy
of T he H erald to Advertise your town, in the East.
Real Kstate will In
year, be a success, as the native
of fine large grains.
r Is required to irlve notice by
in 5 Years.
plants are hardy and good bearers.
Barley 58 inches high.
lhe paper doe« not auswer the .
jcrilxT does not take his paper 1
smooth as a floor, then are found
M rs . S imon L ewis , July 30, 13
au<l the reason for iis not being
THE SECOND YEAR OF
leet to do so makes the po«t- A Railroad, County-Seat, and
and ornamental shrubs were plant piles of rubbish or debris that have arge yellows lieets, the largest one
le to the publisher for payment
being 9 inches in length and 14
ed freely by farmers in the spring; accumulated
«on orders his paper diseon-
pay all arrearages, or the I’ub-
■ the settings last fall survived the ceiling above, 100 yard» 0: > :>art., inches in circumference; the flavor
aue to send it until payment is Visit tlie Herald Office to See Samples
: severest winter (1888), that Har- the last one being somethin over excellent.
t the whole amount whether it
uflice or not There can be I
100yards from water. _
M rs . T. J. S hields , Silver creek,
.The two large editions of T he H erald con- i ney valley, in fact, that East Ore
luauce till payment is made.
• There is no difficulty?! ‘thing July 30, cU‘->imbers of good size.
I n-ho takes t paper from the 1 tainiaglhc Harnev Valley mivertisenient being i gon has ever known.
er directed to his name or an- our regular edition, nnd hope
the water, it runs back >n eitht-f cfM£r and tender.
each reader ]
r he has subscribed or not. is will mark the article and mail his copy to a :
region it will be readily seen that side in a trough from the main pool
M aupin B ros ., one mile north of |
friend in the East.)
Iber orders his paper stopped |
Began on Thursday, November 2f> 188«.
the Valley offers inducements rare- the distance of 100 feet, settling Burns, Aug. 2d, barley 44 inches,'
, aud the Publisher continues
Criber is bound to pay for it if;
: ly excelled. The farmers who have down on either side, leaving the with fine head of grain; 18 acres in. i
I the postofliee. This proceeds Oregon, embraces an area of 2,400
sowed grain tiiis year will be able floor crowning.
Now is the Time to Subscribe
S. J. M othersiiead .—Aug. 4,
at a man must pay for what he i
square miles, or 1,536,000 square to dispose of it at home, as a good
The water is remarkably clear; timothy 43 inches long, and appar
have decided that refusing to acres of land, bounded on every side
one can see the sand in the bottom ently not nearly grown.
and periodicals from the post-
’ them uncalled for, without by mountain ranges, and lofty ele- j . has been erected at considerable at the depth of 4 feet, and it ap
C has . Z iegler .—Poison creek,
AND TO RENEW EXPIRING SUBSCRIPTIONS.
me, is prima facia evidence of
vations, and is an almost entirely ! expense in the Valley, near Burns, pears to have no outlet, as it is per Aug. 8, White Sheaf Australian
level plain, plentifully watered by by N. Brown. A new merchant and fectly still and quiet; it is good wheat, 53 inches high, with heads
IL1> CLUB LIST:
grist mill is a guarantee that the drinking water.
averaging 5 inches in length, full
Century, one year
SILVIES AND BLITZEN RIVERS
This wonderful curiosity has to of large grains; 6 acrees in; he is
industrious farmer will be able to
“»¿Lztzz, one year 3.75
The former uispose of surplus grain. And as a be seen to be fully appreciated. It raising it for seed.
8.75 and their tributaries.
3.75 has its source in the spurs of the
is truly of basalt formation and is
A. H ills , of Poison Creek, Aug.
b ’ b Illustrated Newspaper 5.75 Blue mountains, south of the John ■ country
it cannot be surpassed, quartenary, the walls are honey 11th, Chili Club wheat, 48 inches!
e's Popular Monthly
since its water, grass, and salubri
B’s Sunday Magazine
long, with large full heads; 14 acres |
8.75 course, passing down the con er of
ous climate takes horses, cattle, the south side sets on a horizontal in; not irrigated.
representative, at all times, of the Interests of the People
6.00 Harney valley, and empties into sheep and hogs throughout the year basement of eruptive rocks.
Red clover, 42 inches high; very . ■ the
It is (from January 1 to December 31),
This magnificent cave has evi fine.
6.00 Lakes Harney and Malheur.
1 1 all times advocating measures that look to the “greatest good to
the greatest number,” in accordance with the principles of Democracy
Kiv New York World
3.25 a rapidly flowing stream, about 80
without grain or any other than dently been used in time by the In
bit Free Press
>n’ B s . Manifold
l'ipvuia, .2.00 miles long, and contains every kind wild grass feeding, and when the dians as a fortification; the en
20 Book« Almost Given Away.
56 - ceuts;
..... - after Vol. I, ::
of fish, including the salmon trout, winter is milder than common, stock , trance has been walled up with
per volume, postage.
AS A LOCAL NEWSPAPER,
Can take advantage of the follow
and other varieties of game fish. looks better in early spring than in I stone, and there are, also, two walls
l^Copie«of all the above works can be ex
The Dunder-and-Blitzen river, or I Eastern localities where they are or breastworks on the inside, run
led at leisure in C.< ilc’nlin/ It o’-.n
T he H erald acknowledges no superior in Eastern Oregon. It points
“Blitzen,” as it is shortened by com grain-fed during the winter; and the ning from each corner of the en
I he H erald and 20 complete with pride to its well-filled columns the past year, and to its evident
mon usage, is about 50 miles in ; j texture and flavor of the meats trance diagonally near the center stories by the best authors for $2.70, progressive influence upon the prosperity of the great Harney valley,
BOF“Publi«hei h of periodicals are solicited length, flows in a northerly direc
| compare favorably with the best in J some 50 feet long; this was for a or less than the regular delinquent 2\s ¡n the past so in the future it will strive to make prominent note
tuTclubbing rales, a copv of their work f «r
Ronin—W e file, and bind I. e tion and also empties into the lakes. j the market.
There is no room for second defense in case they were price of T he H erald alone, under of every enterprise calculated to benefit the people; to record every
r«tclose w every half-volume, and pay for
These rivers and their numerous! large stock-raisers, as the territory driven back from the luouth.
advance made in showing up the resources of the Valley; to advocate
jg bv advdMisement.
tributaries have their water sheds | is fully taken up by three or four
Around and above the mouth of
1st. If you are in debt to us for Law and Order under all circumstances; to frown upon all attempt»
within the county, and the lakes firms that hold all available ranges, the cave there are considerable fine last year’s subscription, you can to foment discord among the people in the interest of any individual,
1 wk 2 w k 1 inc 3 mo 6 mo
1 yr« having no outlet, serve to furnish
but the stock such as is commonly chippings where the aborigines have pay $2.70, which settles your bill clique or faction; to give the news of the day impartially and M
* H.Ö0 r ■" K» 00 |X 00 311.00 115.00 subterranean irrigation to the whole i raised by farmert, will do well. The sharpened their stone implements for 1888 and gives you the 20 books, fully as industrious effort and the aid of friends may enable us to
3.00 4 txi 6.50 12.00 IS. 00 •2S.0O
3.50 5 t*’ «.00 15 00 24 00 40 00 valley.
which were made out of obsidian,
INCREASE IN POPULATION
2d. If you have already paid j obtain it; to give all the Local and Personal gossip of our section,
It).00 20 00 32 00 50.00
4 50 6
LAKES HARNEY AND MALHIUll
or volcanic glass.
6 00 t 9 (»• 15.00 2« 00 48.00 54 00
your subscription in advance, then suitable for publication, with all else of interest in this department;
2S.00 4M. 00 8J.00 120.00
12. W 16 '
I think that the water is in the get us ft new subscriber at $2.50,1
20 00 3V (M> 40.00 60.00 no oo 140.00 cover an area of more than 150 rapid, and is of that most desirable
cave, but can not tell1 cash paid, and you »hall have the IT WILL BE AN EPITOMIZED HISTORY OF THE VALLEY.
, squa c miles, and are connected by class in an agricultural region, viz: end of the
u reduction to all yearly ad ver.
, a channel about 20 yards wide and the small farmer whose industry without further exploring.
kt Oillcc, or write to Publisher,
barged extra, according to «pace; i 200 yards long.
They receive the produces the l est of grain, 6toek,
I was informed by two parties
3d. If you have already paid
ZV 1 T
■ base admitted.
1 waters of both Silvies and Blitzen and living. The houses and barns that fish have been caught in the your subscription for the past year 1
Stereotype all our advertisements
fer 1st four pubHcaiior.s, 51 each, rivers, but have no outlet and never are generally frame; corrals and eave that were of blue color and and for the present, then pay $2.50! Who know that in the rapid growth and wide proclamation of the
■sing in local columns, lie u line, overflow. Being situated on a level
other enclosures, are rail and wire i eyeless.
in advance for 1890 and you can i advantages of Harney Valley lies their own best road to prosperity
fife, t.Svrh, and lYeMtiA-auMGMLias.'e- plain, and having low shores, those
fencing; abundant water supplies URODUCTS EXHIBITED Tins SEASON. I get the 20 books.
K?h items solicited as news.
■ rates offered to religious, social, 1
from wells of living water, which is
4th. if you owe $3.00 on last Should Subscribe for the Herald Themselves,
scenery as Crater Lake, to recom reached at a uniform depth of six
As no fair is held in this valley
year’s subscription and have not
AND SEND EXTRA COPIES TO EASTERN ERLENDS.
ones TO FOREIGN advertisers .
' growth and excellence of its pro- settled for this year’s, then come |
MAIL AND RAILROAD FACILITIES.
.11« re«pecti illy soliciting your patronage value to farmers is inestimable.
in nt once and by paying $5.00 you |
J desire tolkeep our readers posted us to the
Right here, however, permit us to
Harney valley has a tri-weekly ' ductions, T he H erald opened a col will get receipts for 1888 and 1889 [
gBOd* «Mi reliable firms io ileal will), cor
■ndence will be saved by referring to the : mention a natural attraction pos mail-service from the four points of umn to all producers, farmers and I
, - .
, , , . ,
ififiteinen’B based upou our circulu- sessed by lands adjacent to these
the compass, there being a general stockmen, in which to give a writ-i a,,d «ct the 20 books be8,,lc8'
n this MMadjoiuing counties:
Jmmora^iedieinnl ads. at no price.
| lakes that will draw hundreds of distributing office irt Burns. Ship ten description of all that was . (ioo(l literature is good company ir
The East Oregon Herald
cuts at less than 10 cents per excursionists from the East in the ping is done at pri sent at Baker worthy of mention.
Monstrosities *n the household, and 1 he H erald ;
I yearly, or 20 cents, transient,
near future: Standing in the door- j City, Huntington, and Ontario. All : should be classed as such, and not |as soon as the late political cam-j
iticn 3? extra charge per in- ways of farm houses about sunrise, the family supplies, necessaries, and as sample».
This elicited the fol- Paign closed set to work to secure Has successfully maintained itself through an ordeal of local opposi
of position a standing reader
from all the leading publications in I tion, vindictive and unscrupulous to a degree seldom equalled in
to ad. each week is run in with ■ distant objects, towns, farms, motin- luxuries, common to Eastern towns, lowing response:
country journalism; has advocated unflinchingly the rights of all
i tain peaks, and bands of cattle and i are abundantly furnished by the
M rs . I one W hiting .—Near Burns the country, East and West, advan the people of East Oregon generally and Harney Valley especially
general merchandise stores at rea June 20: Barley, six acres, sown on
against the machinations of all organzed petty cliques that sought
Ition executed with ncatuees I pictured on the atmosphere and sonable rates.
ground under cultivation the past j 1 our part, it only remains for them j bv fraudulent misrepresentation to advance the private interests of a
ease, liable rules.
i rise up from the ground like magic;
BURNS AND HARNEY
13 years; stalks (exclusive of roots) |
i and these white representations are are the two principal towns of Har 42 inches in length, heads well I ! offered now, ns the subscription sea few at the expense of the many. Believing that “The sober second
I thought of the people is always right and always effective,” and that
rtc lhads, Cnn.K, Tk-KciR,
so truly drawn that a member of a ney valley, where, as will oe seen filled, grain fine and large; planted son will soon close.
(“Truth is mighty and will prevail,” T he H erald has steadfastly fol
family living several miles away by our advertising columns, about in April.
It is not every country paper that ' lowed the right , and the people have given it a moral and mntesial
I kept regularly on flle for re < from home, can distinguish the per-
all lines of business are near equal
Barley planted late, in April, on ' is favored by leading publishing support that renders its permanency beyond question. As it has
jo. P. Kvwe'l Newspaper Ad-
| sons of the family as they walk to the present demand—teachers, new ground, 12 inches high.
10 Spruce st.. New York.
houses as T he H erald has been, worked indefatigably and unselfishly in the interest cf the people, it
! about the yard: as brother from fa lawyers, doctors, printers, druggists,
and it is so favored because it is re now asks for patronage that will yield something more than a bare
ther, or mother from sister.
merchants, carpenters, surveyors, ■June 22: Barley, sowed last year, cognized as a vigorous worker for existence. It has become valuable to all as a general newspaper, and
THE SOIL AND CLIMATE
blacksmiths, butchers, saddlers, | i on cultivated ground; 36 inches its local interests, political, religious
Grover Cleveland of Harney valley arc an exact coun grocers, builders, jewelers, etc.
Is now a fixed Institution of the Valley.
high; stalk bulky, grain well filled. and moral.
Vancancy terpart of that of Umatilla county.
Each of these two towns is the
Alfalfa, cut above the ground;
. Thos. F I.uj a rd
A lJlrd’aeye View of the World.
best wheat-growing center of the section of the valley .line, strong, in blossom, 27 inches
Cha«. 8. Fairchild . Oregon, the
W.T. Vilas , county in the state. Very little has contiguous, and each has its local
There is a wide spread demand by all readers
«nd students for a work that «hall furnish com
W. C. Whitney l>een done towards win at-raising value, that will serve in the future
pactly and attractively, all the essential facts
Don M. Dickinson
A. J. B rown .—Near Harney, June and statistics of Hie different regions of the
A. II. Garland here, as vet, I ut those have been to render ah ealthy degree of com
and the races inhabiting it. All this in
23: Alfalfa, in blossom, average world
formation has been industriously «ought, care
successful that tried it. Wheat petition between them.
fully tested and proved, and is brilliantly told
stand 38 inches high.
I J. N. I-’olph, i finds a ready heme maiket at 5
in one handy and handsome volume by (lues Has, from the initial number to the present, persistently and impres
i J. H. Mitchell,
line Reclus, the famous French geographer and sively maintained that the Harney country was one of the finest
Dn. T. V. B. E mbree .—Near savant.
Binger Iltrnini n,
and barley grow equally well, ai d vantages of.. r< d the people by Har Harney; June 23: Lettuce, Oak The author has really succeeded to a surpris agricultural regions in the Union, needing only the presence of indus
Geu. W. M< Bride,
G. W. Webb,
degree in accomplishing his purpose. It is trious farmers to develop its wonderful resources.
To prove the truth
bring 3 to 4.) cents per pound. Al ney valley will be realized in less Leaf variety; root 4 inches around; ing
. J. Is. McElroy,
a wonderful book and there is none like it. It
leaves green and brown variegated; is just what Its title represents it to be— a book of the strong language in its columns, the proprietor gave up a part
i R. F. Strahan,
‘stalks white, crisp and tender; through ey< s of the largest intelligence and de of his office room to the exhibition of the products of the X alley,
antly; timothy and red-top thrive lishment of a
[ Wm. P. lord.
) W. W. Tha\er,
with inimitable vigor, freshness and nnd urgently asked for specimens cf actual growth and for everybody
measured 20 inches straight across scribed
finely. Pasturage is excellent; nat
NEW I AND OFFICE
tu resane gnu e, combined with studious nnd
the face of the head from tip to tip pi*
Attached to each specimen was the name
painstaking accuracy. The result is the story to call and inspect them.
J A F ee ,
the world The more the volume is looked
This was a
L. R am »,
hav that sells at $12 and $18 per lands of the public domain as fine of outside leavoa (exclusive of of
into the greater in the sense of its wide scope of the producer, often with the mode of cultivation.
and its masterly preparation. Attractive ’•end tangible, practical presentation of the mutter, which any one could
ton in the winter. All cereal crops as those already taken up by the, ground leaves.)
ing for the family gathered around the evening
Second head, same variety, 10 lamp, it is a’s«» a handy book for immediate re verify. How successful this movement has Iteen, hundreds can testify.
first-comers, sufficient to furnish
ference for the busy man who would illuminate All T he H erald asks in return for its efforts to serve the people, is
thousands of families with homes., inches across.
Ills daily news with more accurate information
In brief, a great deal of hard work, piiiiislak an increase of public patronagi—a modest request when it is consid
In winter the weather is cold but Aho, a county-seat for
Tries. H askell .—One mile of iug,
and skill have gone Into this woik, which
pleasant, the usual effect» of alti
Burns; June 26: Alfalfa, in blos is no catch penny concern, pre senting a hud ered that it returns to each patron more than his money’s worth.
died mass of pitch-forked facts to tl.c innocent If each resident of the Harney country will subscribe or renew for
tude being checked 1 y the gentle which will bring the administra som, 42 inches high.
reader under pretense of cyclopedic Informa
It is what it professes to be: a short view himself and take one or more copies to semi abroad, it will so extend
Chinook, or west wind. The snow tion of affairs pertaining to this
Mas. T hos . H askell .—June 26; tion
of all the peoples and couutrii h under the sun,
fall is sufficient to preserve »beat great valley within easy access of Gooseberries on a single branch; so arranged aud digested that a great deal of T he H erald ’ s sphere of usefulness as to enable all to claim that it
and interesting knowledge is packed
and supply moisture that is not every citizen of this section; nnd the the large English variety; branch useful
handily in a limited space While a child
would never tire of the fascination of the farts
furnished by rains. In summer
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD
8 inches long; 5 bearing twigs to
by 371 lllifrt rations ol which 99 are
Is a true Advocate of the Harney Country.
there is a pleasant breeze constant now in course of construction will the branch, containing 151 very illuminated
full page, the most thoroughly read man will
ly blowing, which tends to keep pass directly through Harney val large berries; weight of whole, one- of which he never fully realized until n geo-
grnphic al expert presents It with scientific ef
. 8. MAILS.
agreeable weather, no matter how ley, and after that what more is half pound.
fect in attractive phiaseology. The man who
hot the sun’s rays, and the nights desirable?
this work is a genius In such effort.
Flowers: A hoquet of cut flowers, prepared
are no weak spots in it. The publishers
Thuisda- f . Saturdays,6 p in. cool enough to make covering de
Under these conditions it is not from Sweet Williams grown from There
have done their best for the mechanical part of
MEDIUM OF ADVERTISING,
Weducsda)«, Frida}«, 4::.vain sirable—in fact, one can sleep un
work nnd their enterprise leaves nothing to
necessary to say that the first to last yenr’s s< cdlings; 4 colors, ma the
hr desired in that rtspect.
S—CAM YOM CITY:
unusual advantages. It is centrally located in
Wedntsdftvs. Frida’s. am.
Franc isco. < al. are the- sole agents for the work
prs.i«-.s <v »aturda.«8 10.45p m. round.
reap the harvest of the forehanded, and white variegated.
thia side of the Rocky Mountains, ami all appli a new nnd rapidly growing country, where manufactures of all kinds
f r the fact is self- vider.t. The
A box of growing plants; June cations for agencies should be addressed them. are needed. We will soon have direct railroad communication with
There is no timber in the valley invitation to come among us and
2 sets of carnation, ready to Late Issue« of th* Helrrt Serie of Popu Portland and the East. Live business men of both sections should
except along the water course, settle is particularly extended to
use T he H erald ’ s columns to secure this great and growing trade.
lar American f’opy-rlght Novela.
2 thrifty ice plants; 6 petu
where there is a light growth of the industrious of’ all classes of
Ren at or’« Bride, by Mri. Alex. McVeigh Miller. Its rates, proportioned to its circulation, are reasonable.
birch and an unusually largo, heavy farmer» and stock-raisers.
Wedded Wi<low, by T. W. Han«hew.
made-up I k > x . grown from the seed. A Vella
Vernell. by Mis. Mumner Maj den.
growth of willows. But the adja-
by Mr» K. Ilurke < olllns.
Aug. 11. garden beans, 7 inches Brunette Jean,
and Blonde. Mrs Alex. McVeigh Miller
terms , in advance :
GREAT NATURAL CURIOSITY.
KH I ETIES.
A Htortny Wedding, by .Mary F. Bryan.
bored with fir, pine, juniper, moun
LXPLOREP BY G. c. DOCAN
Gratia'« Trials, by Lucy Randall < omfort.
Will she Win’ by En ina Garrison Jonra.
tain-mahogany, etc. Saw-mills are
One copy one year.
Malheur Cave ia located on aaagc-
The Widow’s Wager, by Rosa Aahleigh.
Two copies, one year
located in the pineries, and the lum I h plain about 1 mile from the Burns. June 27: Boquct of Carna Octavia*« Pride, by Charles T. Manner«.
Badl Matched, bv Helen < orwin Pierre.
Three copies, one year
ber, which is of the beat quality, head of the south fork of the Mal- tions, raised from last year’s seed The
J t. McKI.x:
I’bsntoni Wife, by Mr«. M. A. Victor.
■ ' G’.’.
lings. Very largo and very fine.
The Bride Elert, by Annie Ashmore.
sells much cheaper than in the hour river.
Elon nre Falkland, by Burk* BrrnGord
innon .—Burns; June The \ irglnia Heiress, by May Ann* a Fleming.
<i small basin at its
Hibyl'« hifluence. by George Mheldon.
< atioxal .
29; Barley 52 inches high.
Hoiiaeof Reereta. bv Mrs Harriet l^ewls. Meta.
■recall on or address
produced in the Harney country
The eave is 20 feet wide nnd ß
July 30, wheat 43 inches; and Rosamond. by Mrs Alex. McVeigh Miller.
The price of the «bnv« booxs s 25 cents each,
are large, finely flavored, abundant feet high nt its entrance, and has timothy with heads measuring from unless
otherwtoe specified, and will be sent by
D. L. GRACE,
maF. J-a’sge free, on receipt <»f pri<e. Men
and easily raised. We will on ap- jin incline downward for the first 8 to 10 inches in length.
lion T hf . IlKBALD when ordering above boo««.
EDITOR AND PROPRirTOK
plication give the addr< sms of *tv- gUU feet, and then turns to the north
T hos . S teuiilns : near Burns; Ju-
rTREET 4 MMITM. Publi«her, New Yori.
THE EAST OREGON