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BURNS A DU K RTI8EM E NTS
burns advertisements .
STX K BRANDS.
ative bill, i. e., possessing ’‘plan,
J. KAT. HUD8ON
w. a . wish ike .
purpose, pluck, perseverance,” and
THURSDAY. MARCH JI. IK-!.,
P. r STENGER.
WILSHIRE A HUDSON.
It is not necessary to say that
». L. GRACE
such a man wpuld win—he always Hoasis branded
does; but I will say that in my Either i.ight or
No news front Salem this week.
LAKEVIEW AND liUKNS. OK.
opinion the people are in a fine con stifle: OK.
IXT. Brown s
‘ÌX'lhéT ” ln>
“W e , the people” of the newly ad
? J.u.nn t.v.nru.udtu them will
Either God is preparing their hearts
The Leading Merchant of Grant Co^S
mitted states, Washington, Mon
receive prompt «ttelitiou.
Range—Grant county, Oregon.
to receive him, or the devil believes
fW-LAND t ASES SOLICITED^ _
tana, North Dakota, and South Da
P. O.—Burns, Gfficounty. Oregon.
CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS,
kota, will hold their constitutional
conventions on the next 4th of
RILEY à HARDIN.
GEO. S. SIZEMORE - - B urns , O r .
Criminal law a «pecialty.
Address ISAAC FOSTER.
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS 'PUTTY, THE CELEBR a ®
Long Creek Eagle: About forty truly good and able ministers of the
SULTANA RAZORS AND “I X L” CUTLERY, WlXEji]
T he secretary of the interior has bundles of "ready-prints” for the gospel who heartily enjoyed a hot
CIGARS; AND A THOUSAND OTHER ARTIC is SB
finally approved the lands remain Eagle office are stacked by the way fight with the devil and his hosts.
■Office at his residence on the east «ide of Sil
H orses branded on
TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
vie« River, ten mile« below Bum«.
ing in what is known as List No. 5, side between Canyon City and Ab Such a man could make a record Left Stifle: Horizontal
and found, after careful examina erdeen, Dakota, that should come here that would be rich in happy Double-H •
tion, to be swamp lands, and through the mail the same as other reminiscence for his latter years.. i
There are thousands and thou
amounting to about 11 .(XX) acres. packages, as the postage has been
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
of acres of public land wait
The lands are located chiefly in paid in full for each and every
Office at W. E. Grace’s Drug Store.
Klamath, Lake, Grant counties, Or package. Until such time as the ing the coming of settlers, magnifi
Left Side V Un
egon. This list originally embraced paper shall arrive, we will fe* forceil cently rich and fertile, and requir
in Right ear,
over 90,000 acres.—Valiev Record. to print on wrapping paper, dish- ■
T. A. McKINNON,
close up. Left ear:
rags, wet shingles, etc., as we are !
Any »nd all kinds of surveyinx »lone on shor
THE TOWN OF LAKEVIEW
The number of emigrants passing
paring a fine home, and at small
notice and reasonable terms,
wlshing^bt luxated, cun have plats furnishe
«' Lake Co., Oregon.
Baker City during February will
i.^- ■■ I -»-« >»—e « »Tj^ney Vaii ley is 45 miles wide P. 0.—Riley, ckraut efauty. Oregon. z«-y
AS IT IS VÒICED RtflTßLOCAL NEW SPACER A THE,
average one hundred jht day. »»»-»
saw-log li ft on Long Creek moun- .
by 60 miles in length—all prairie,
the Reveille. Just think if (his is
tain, or a dish-rag to be had in the
BUSINESS MEN abroad set that LAKEVIEW, Lake co.. Or., contain«: 1 new
W. B. T0D11UNTER.
with plenty of pine, fir and juniper
kept up for six months, a» it bids
J. C. WELCOME - P roprietor 1 grocer: 2 saloon«; 1 brewery; 1 undertaker; 2 laundries; 2 furniture «tore; 1 ih<»
surrounding country. Lumber and
in the surrounding mountains and
market; 3 lawyers: 3 physicians: 1 surveyor; 1 land agent; 1 dentist; 1 drugiu®
faif to be, Oregon and Washington
calico taken on subscription at this
blacksmiths; 2 harness shops; 1 livery stable: 1 bakery; 3 general merchaudiie
foothills. It is 150 miles to the cattle branded
will receive an /inmigration of
house: 1 milliner shop; 1 real estate agent; 1 saw-mill. Also, 2 Masonic lodge«-1
office. Now is the time to subscribe, j
with -s-Wrench” on
nearest railroad point, Lut the Ore Left Hip.
18,250 souls A-om this one source
plar lodge; 3 Odd Fellows’ lodges; 1 United Working Men’s lodge.
a ^ nt
W ashington ', D. C , July 16,1888. gon Pacific will be through here crop oft'tl
within eighteen months.
Iowa Post: A neighboring news- We have examined B elford ’ s Mag-
THE HOPKINS HOUSE.
20 Books Almost Given Away.
paper man in speaking of a sub- azj|1C) nti(] find that in its political
CHAS. SAMPSON - - B urns , O k
scriber who sent his paper back jone nnj contents it is distinctly
M. D. HOPKINS, P roprietor .
Can take advantage of the follow
“refused,” without paying for the anj thoroughly Democratic, of high ing good thing:
horses are branded
with “S-wrench”on the TIIOS. GIA NINI---- Proprietor’
same six montlis after lie had sub literary merit, and we take pleasure
T he H erald and 20 complete
EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CLASS.
scribed, Rava: “Let the search for in commending it to all who want a stories by the best authors for $2.70,
the meanest man on earth cease. fair, able and fearless exponent of or l‘ ss tl:an the regular delinquent
the m irkei. Servit e prompt and eflicient,
t >ri<‘n rvk I • t I I L’D < t Tl o I aiio i i rt rl ant *
Meals furnished ut all hours.
TJie individual that used the wart sound principles, combined with price oi T he H erald alone, under
Thi« Hotel is new (House, Rooms, and Furniture) and offers courteous servksten^S
on Jiis neck for a collar button, and the literat ire of a first-class maga
Range; Grant and Malheur counties.
1st. If you are in debt to us for P.
u. address: Burns, Grunt co., Oregon.
the one who pastured his goat on zine.
last year’s subscription, you can
E. I). GRAY - - - Burns. Or
his mother’s grave, are gentlemen
A list of all the prominent ofh- pay $2.70, which settles your bill
A I will pay Five Hundred Dollars for
compared with fellows so covered cials of the administration just past for 1888 and gives you the 20 books. $
V W W V the arrest and conviction of any per
with flies !”
2d. If you have already paid stock of the above Lrai:d wa Belonging thereto.
¡8 appended to the above.
your subscription in advance, then
Ochoco Review: The recent ses
get us a new subscriber at $2.50,
10 Q U
o n Me.«
J J Û vl
No invention of the nineteenth cash paid, and you shall have the
sion of the Legislature created two
ALMEDA A. STENGER.
I’ronrptlv executed. Th
large*! and improve a
new counties: Harney county, out century has worked a greater revo 20 books.
nJ kin '« . f !:i Is ■
- I* •
and ii lie e«- s * . i •
of the southern part of Grant, and lution in household economy or con
3d. If you have already paid
Sherman county out of the eastern
and for the present, then pay $2.50
portion of Wasco. The people of ity than the sewing machine.
■*. a!’ h
W. rk n (he 1 ’a ksmith line.
H« rse Shoeing at|Ulfi
The first productions were crude in advance for 1890 and you can
the former are to be congratulated
get the 20 books.
upon their having a separate county and uncouth in the extreme, and it
4th. If you owe $3.00 on last
government, us they were remotely "'as reserved for American skill and year’s subscription and have not Range—Grant count; . Oregon.
-i. f G G I F S. W A G O N S, E T C.,- mty Cle
>: « r. to on. CB ITU nkatsesi *. axi > or good uvalitt .
, 18S4I. 1
locateil from their county seat, but ingenuity to bring forth a machine settled fur this year’s, then come P, t».—Burn«, Grtui c«7UUty. Oregon. ’.7 .*
A CASH BUSINESS AT BED
>u of sail
fve f^il.to see the wisdom in divid of any practical value.
In order to appreciate the great w*3 get receipts for 1888 and 1889
Give a Tria’, as Seeing i« Believing, k first-« .as« -mi’'h v ark« in con n ectton r: 1 rewaey.i
advancement which has taken place
retvard i« offered for informa'ion left ar or
Is our motto. Good Puggv Team«. a: d Nice
Good literature is good eompanv ae.. .hi«
Roseburg Record: Messrs. J. J. it is only necessary to compare one
office that u E. lead lu 1br recovery vf Saddle Horse« Furnishe ; at Reas»: Hine Chur.e«
follow ing <let»cril»ed hoist-«, which were on and Partii u!ar Attention rubi i.. the b«<aroi! g
and Stonewall Cawltield started last of the machines built during the ■ I in the household, and T he H erald the
Boon Island range with a roan p. ny bran'ied
Groomiugof Trai sieut .-to* k. Hey a Grain
soon as the late political cam ”AI» f A ahorse lately pur< bus by Wm. and
Wednesday for Harney Valley,» irant infancy of the invention with one as
paign closed set to work to secure Ma< k 1^ /> of Harden, w ben .us- aeen
d-yeur-old; Sorrel, with strip in the
county, going via Ashland. They of the latest improved "Light-Run : from all the leading publications in ELDING,
face. Brand X (with 4-mch iron; on the
go to improve the claims located by ning New Home.”
tlie country, East and West, advan Left Shoulder.
Now i« the time !.. «ul i rihe for the
STALLloN,2-year-old W Bay. with star in
tages fur its readers. Having done
th<*;u last October, near Burns. We
the fu< e.
• with u l'j-ini h
All the really good points con our part, it only remains for them A
m) on Let* -boulder.
think that section of Oregon has a tained in other machines have been
I! i.Y. 1 ear-old: Bay. with strip in the face,
over left m.stril. Braud earn*? Mrs. Louis Racine, - - Proprietress.
bright.future and needs just such utilized in its construction. Many to help themselves from what is F as lerminming
on above described Gelding.
offered now. as tl.e subscription sea
Address GEO. W. HAYES, Harney. Or.
enterprising men to develop its re new improvementsand devices have son will soon close.
A limited niimberof guests can secure the
For 188!», and secure a full volume of numbers. It is the
most comfortable lodging rooms in the town
sources. We wish they may be also been added, the result of which
nu or hl
at thi - home. Ta Dies suppiicdwkh all Kind “«
It is not every country paper that
CHEAPEST ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE IN THE
abundantly successful and Boon re is a machine as nearly perfect as it is favored by leading publishing
houses as T he H erald has been,
turn to make their permanent home is possible to make one.
The following described horses are taken up
• , and it is so favored because it is re and
if owneis ar - not found will be duly post
Contractor & Builder.
in old Douglas.
Twelve Art Supplements,
For simplicity, durability ease of cognized as a vigorous worker for ed according to law:
ORSE, 16-year-uld Dark Bay. Collar marks.
The mass of mformpthin ft contains cover« the entire Pacific Northwest
Had bell on. Branded “C” on Left Thigh.
The following is from an editorial management and capacity for work, its local interests, political, religious H Weight
A. C. WORTHINGTON.
and den’s with all subject« of interest to th« bc «vexing information of thi« regia Ws
about 1SC0 II «.
in Toxas Siftings, of Jan. 19, ’89:
ORSE, 12-yesr-old. Light Ray; some collar
marKs: lame in right front leg. Branded
be a complete exponent of the resourcis of. and a careful chronicler of nil new
We desire to have it distinctly has no rival, and the happy posses
u “J-T-F-eonnected" on right shoulder.
of imoprtance in. ’he entire region embraced wlihin the limit« of Oregon. W««hi
Weight about 13S0 Ils.
tana. Idaho, British Columbia, and Alnska. toge’her with a multitude of «upurb
understood that Texas Siftings is a sor of one mav rest assured that
of scenery, citks. industries, etc of the c untrh« dcs< riled
Owuers desiring to recover above described
pajier for the family, and that no he or she has the very l«*st the We have
All elegant engru\inps. in colors or tiiug. w U! ' •• I mu < d, t»ti< w Ith each cumber. ____
stock can do so by applying to thi« office.
plements are 17x££ in« ht8 in size, and repreaeut some objet t < f geueral interesti^H
thing of a vulgar or indelicate ebar- ! world affords.
ture of the Magnificent .**ceuery of the M est. aim will alone Up m <>rth the magairf^
Those having ivork in my line will find it to
jU-’ter, either in the way of pictures
Yon cannot do .vithout THE WEST SHORE for 18» Onh >2 60: '’0 cts extnr
See advertisement elsewhere in
their advantage to give me a rail. Will contract
if sent beyond the limit« of the United States, Mexico, or Caii&da; single copies®
pr letter-press, will ever he admitted
to turn sh all buildings complete, including
Painting, and Paj»ering. Terms: As reasonable
L. SAMUEL. P ublisher . PORTLAND, OREGOI
into its columns. Our aim is to this paper.
The following described horse ha? been taken ns any responsible contractor.
To Benefit our Subscribers.
produce an illustrated humorous
up. and if the owner is not found will be duly
Office: Is! Door South of H erald Building, tf
THE HERALD is pleased to announce the ¡ h ste*i according to law.
pa|n r that will I e acceptable to and
Ix Congress, the conferees of the completion
of special arrangements whereby
ORSE, 4-year old. Brown color. Weight
welcomed in the most relined Amer Senate and House have agreed upon it 1« enabled to offer i a readeia TWO of the H about 7C€ lbs. Branded V on Right Shoul Í
der. Heth hind feet white. Slightly saddle-
ican find English homes, and the a general land bill, which provides I best family journa’« for the price of one.
IIA R N E Y A DV EKTIS E M ENTS.
marked. Iuquire at this office.
Commendatory letters we are re
ceiving from heads of families on
both sides of the Atlantic arc most and timber-culture laws, the modi
LA REVIEW A I) V E RTISE M ENTS.
V. J. MIIXEIt.
flattering and encouraging
fication of the desert land act and We
lhe substitution of a general and
Ashland Record: The supreme
F. A. COGSWELL.
Harney City, Oregon.
CH \S. A. COGSWELL.
effective law to protect actual set
FROM PRINEVILLE TO BURNS.
court decided the ease of the State
Will practice in all the State Courts.
tlers on the public domain.
respondent vs. Frank 1’ Light, re-
COGSWELL à COGSWELL.
pellant: ap|*oal from Lake; judg
C. B BAKER, Sub-Contractor.
The St. Louis Observer contains
ment of the lower court reversed
LAKEVIEW AND LINKVII.LE. Or.
T.vaves Prineville Mondays at 6 am.
Arrivée at Burn« Wednesdays«
Leave« Burns Thursdavs at 6 a in.
Arrive« at Priuevilîc Saturdays
and ease remanded for a new trial. th«* following article, evidently writ Prizes for the three last Serial Stories of »0.000
The point decided in Ibis ease is ten from the Harney country. A b have announced tl.cir intention to compete.
VAN. S. CURTIS, I’lmr’B.
In ad«Mtion to the many oiner «pe< ial fea
Ta.-enger Rates from Prineville to Burna, 17.50. Round Trip, lit— with »
that a dealer in the game of "stud we hav<* now set up a new county, tures, it 1» the inleution U publish ««xtioi.a of Attorneys-ai-Law.
poker,” is an aeeum] pliee with those •""* “re P”T«‘ri"S *«
it“ ***** “*UI‘I lUul Ihr
I a X *>'.affairs down tn aiiout half the
ter cannot lx* convicted upon the [.-'extent of country hitherto covered,
Horseshoeing 8.5.00 a span.
uncorroborated testimony of the both church and bc 1 i < h >1 s will be beat American and English authors.
more easily set in motion.
It will be seen, therefore, that hr sub*ribins
for THE HERALD and THE FREE PRE the
D ear S ir : I write to lay liefore entire
family . *.
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A lielegation reprea uting a large
CANYON CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
NEAR BURNS. OREGON.
wiih the beat oi current Li.ersture f. r a A. C. BRODERSEN,... Lakeview
you our moral condition in this iso- and
year, at a coat uf
iiumlier of settlers in RoutltraRtern
lateii part of the country. Th«*
Any business entru«ted t*» me. will receive
Oregon, wiih presenti d to the Com-
m«.st - areful and prompt attention. I and mat
< . A. «WEEK,
town of Burns, in Harney Valley,
Not Over Five Cents a Week.
SAVER A- DORE
trrs ami • wlieethni a specialty. Correspond
misRioner of the General Lilial Of
ence solicited in English ami German.
Grant county. Eastern Oregon, has
fice. They came here to protest about three hundred inhabitants, THE r REE PREsS I« a lar-c t \’ht page. «« ven
Keep« constantly on liant! n ’arge stock of
CANYON CITY. OREGON
paper, that would l*e cheap t.t Thrv
against the approval of Rejections with an immediately suirounding column
I»ollar» per * car Rem. fiber, th:.’ t. r g «T y. u
have Thu Free Pre«« and \«>ur fa-.ori:<*
of certain lands which they assert community within a ratiiua of say ••an
h.miv |*|>er a’«» f.-r one war Sai p’e ide»
have been falsely certified as swamp five mile» of three hundred mor *, < an be aven «t this office.
W « ho|>e tha’ our . k ’ s uiT show their up
M A. KELTON.
lands, and upon which these set and rapidly increasing. There is re*dation
of our tff. i« in their '«-ehalf. I». ns-
nu» « ■ »ake a it an’Stfe vf th.«
E in« up their
tlers have built their homes and not a regular church organization •plendtd
offer -' Er RIME (TuS«!
have cultivated the soil for the last hi th« entire valley. The M. E. stand all *’-i!«t ript •i s to
Prat tic e« in the iwhî s
the • a e. and . • ,. re
ht-i . 8. Lami . iflhe.
four years, and which they allege Church made a spasmodic effort
he H erald . Burn», Or.
pre laing manipulate«! in the inter-* over a year ago to get up one, and
est of land syndicates ami monop- w’,nlfar as to cemtra’t for and
It is reported that Senator Chan
dler lias received a letter from lion.
L. B. ls<in, his brother-in-law, stat
ing that he was recently examined
by noted San Francisco physicians,
who told him that his ailments were
caused by cancer of the stomach,
but not in a malignant form, and it
was not thought incurable. This,
at its best, is a dangerous aflliction,
and the judged host of friends
throughout the ‘ upper country” will
be sorry to learn of it.
T. V. B. EMBREE, M. D.
S. B. McPheeters, M. D.
CHEAPEST HOUSE in Eastern Oregon FOP.sh«
Saddle and Harness Shop
C e neral -11 \ -c k s m i t h & W a g
Hid Fren: ’
J S Q 0 !
WEST SHORE MAGAZINE
---- And Plans Furnished.
$3.000 IN CASH
All kinds of Blacksmithing
and Wagon work
Attorney, Notary Put lie &,
East Oregonian: The State of
Oregonian now contains 31 c ninties
There were 29 beftirv the session
owned, ami two more were created
by the legislature. They were Har
ney ami Sherman counties off Grant
ami Wasco, res|s*« lively. But Mor
ton off Umatilla still remains as re
mote a possibility of the future as
it has been a repeated failure in the
have a house erected; but it is not
paid Gr. and the key is in the p«x k-
et of the contractor. There has
been no church service here or in
the vicinity that I can h ar «if. In
fidelity is rampant, ai d people
sc« Hl to lie forgetting God’s naiue
except for profanation. And yet I
consider it one of the most promis
ing fields to be found for any de
nomination to enter, if it semis out
tln> ni■: itt kind of man er men He
Livery ¡ Feed Stnbls
P. II. MURPHY.
HAY A GRAIN
« • ” ha-.d. avd pr. rwpr a r
• f»*r icaiu« and vchi> ica.
J W BONEBRAKE.
I atavie*. Orafo».
T.liarro ac-l l «¿ars—p p<«. mu Meer* hauti
p p < I Bpe« .n't.. w arra ned. ojsts.
; e». » rw kv-w. ad «rwh. Si-a;«. l-ra
branda. Yeast r«>*dcra—everybody
can draw a pria« worth from Sc
to 11. Full line of g< h«»ol
B««*>ks. and Stationery
of all deaeri pH®r. a.
lhe ewntrv pmwipth and
And a'l kin«:« of surfa< e .nw.t-er Imn-ughb seas • rd f* r NuIMtng pun*
A Good road all the way.