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TUl'K»DAY. MARCH S«. 1«"
D. H.RK B. . - - Editor.
Kan.ar has now a law which pro
vides th it «it arrangement», con
tracts. agreetuents, trust« or com
binations which tend to prevent
wmpetition or advance cost to cun-
•umers, are de<1ared to' be agait.st
public policy, unlawful ami void.
"Grant County News: Grace of
Bums will have to close his stone
or get some one to run it for him.
By tbe grace of his "wayback dem-
mocracy” tbe Governor appointed
be and hi* clerk to the only two
paying office* in Hamev county.
"Appointed he and his clerk to
the only two paying offices in Har
Bro. Asbury! What slaughter
you can make of the King’s En
glish! Either get Pinneo’s Primary
and go to school or go home and
play with the cats and quit news
azine will be repaid, but by numer
ous other attractions, not the least
of which are the beautifully illus
trated article on "Birds."by Olive
Thorne Miller; " Young Japan at
Play," which will give many hints
to children for new games; "Homes
with Two Servants,” which con
tains suggestions for the manage
ment of servants; and there are nu
merous other equally interesting
"P eterson ” for April is a superb
number. It op-ns with a fine por
trait of Mrs. President Harrison.
The steel-engraving is lovely, and
the numerous other illustrations are
all good. "Bessie's Interference”
is an excellent story and admirably
illustrated. Mrs. Hooper’s new se
rial. "B.-yond Th?«.- Voic -s.” opens
in an intensely dramatic fashion;
and Mrs Wilson’s novelette. “ A
Modern Petruchio,” grows better
with every number. The short sto
ri«s ar«- exceptionally good; and
Minna Irving's poetn. “ The Robin’s
Rain->ong.” is < ne of her sweetest
lyrics. Ladies want the spring
styles, and " Pet r-on's” double col-
ore«! fashion-plate and numerous
wood-illustrations off r examples of
all the latest varieties of c .stumes
for home and street wear. Terms:
Two Dollars a year-
Harter’s Yeung Pecnle
AX IU.fiTR.lTED WEEKLY.
J. MAT. HI DUON
WILSHIRE 4 HUDSON.
H abpeb ’ s Y ocmc P boplx begins it» tenth vol
ume w ith the first Nam !%-r in November. Dur
ing the year it will ron’aiu five serial stories,
in« !u«liug "borjiu»:«» ” by Kirk Monroe; ■'Trie
Red Mustang*’ by
o. rtoddani; and a “A
LAKEVIEW AND HARNEY. OR.
bay ia Waxland* b> K K MunkittrRk; “Nels
fburlow’s rrial’’J. r. Tr<«wtridge; "The Three
firm T. rari ices in tbrcuurts of the Mate.
u;t*bes’’ by F Anstey and Brandvr Matthews •
Tf*. . i.’îSr; I-
senes of fairytales writ’en and illustrated bv
t u»m< » entrusted tu them will
Howard Pjle; “Hume etudies in Natural Hia-
turv by Dr. Felix L Oswald: “Idttte Expert rerrfve prompt attention.
. I • IT E D
tnents” by Sophia B. Herrick: “’jlimjsc» of
< hi id-life from Dickri »” by Margaret h rang
# er; articles on various ► ports and j*Mimts.
short B’ories by the best urt’ers. and humorous
papers and puems. with many hundred» ui U-
lustratiunacf excellent quality. Every line in
the paper is subjr« ted to the in. st rigid cdltu- geo S. SIZEMORE - - i rx
riiii S' rutiny, in order that nothing harmful
Criminal law a specialty.
may enter iis culuthns.
An epitome of everything that is attractive
and desirable in juvenile literature.—b<a:on
A weekly feast of g . id things to the bov* ar.d
gir’s in every famll) it via. » —Unoklyn I num.
O0cest his residence on the east »ide of HU-
It is wonderful in it» wealth of pictuns, in-
vies Kiwr. ’eu miles below Run s.
f irmation. and interest —• bris'.ian Advutate.
TtKMi eitt-TAGX PKEl'AlD. »-• PIB YEAR
VoL X Legits Novembers, 18M-
Specimen Copy sent on receipt of a S-et.stamp
Single uumbeis. Five ceu » each.
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
Remittances should be made by pnet-OffiCC
Money, or Draft, to avoid chance of 1« k *
Office at W. E. Grace’» I»rng Store.
Newspapers are not to copy this advertise
ment without the express order of H abpeb «
HARPER A BROTHER*.
», 0 .
President Harrison has made the
following appdptments: Thomas
< hriatiaw Teaching.
W.Palmer, of .Michigan to be Minis
Brass, Harney Co.. Or., 3-23-’89.
ter to Spain; John F. Swift, of Cal
God's word is sharper than a two-
ifornia. to • be Minister to Japan;
John D. Washburn, of Massachu- edged sword, and what is a sword
«Ktta. to he Minister to Switzerland: good for that has no edge? The
world is oppressed with simaith talk.
lii orge Tichenor. of Illinois, to be Ministers complain that the gospel
Assistant Secretary of the Treasury: makes no impression on the p-ople.
Arthur C.' Milette, of Watertown. Tbe trouble is they do not preach
Iiak., to be Governor of Dakota; it; or. if they do. it makes little
Luther It. Richardson. of Grand impression on tlu* ministers them
T. A. McKINNON,
selves. They fight with daggers of
Any and u'.'. kind» • f »nrveying done on »hot
Fork. link.. to be Secretary of Da lath; they i randiah empty scab
rotit'e ar.d re«fo>nal»le term»
located, van have plat» furniche
kota; Cornelius H. Hanford, of bards. They do not know and foci
frh of charge.
Washington Territory, to be Chief the word of God themselves in its
Justice of the Supreme Court of present living p>wer. and how can
they proclaim it to others? They
s W b « i A' ha» a well <s»ablfshed
the Territory of Washington; Geo. are afraid of rupr-eieh. of per»ccu-
place ts tbe ¡«nuíiaa iJiuMrated newspaper in
Aiuen.», The fwiYi i ►* of is editorial «om- J. C. WELCOME - P kopkietor
W. Irv^».Q£-.MoiiUiiiiM>be United tioq, of poverty, of toils which come
’s on current j««liu » hz» earned for it the
Portland World: Harney county meu
Bl UNS. OKEGOX.
respe*t of a 1 impartial rracer». an«! the varietv
States Marshal for )fontana: Geo. upon those who consecrate them is happy now. and Burns ditto.
at;<i excellence vi ?a literary «voten*», which
S. Batchcler^of New - York, to be selves to the service of G.d. and
ii.’ ¡uúe aerial ai. 1 snort » .rie» r’be best and
— Dalles Sun: Last Wednesday ri. d popu ar wri'ers, fl’, it f- r ’he perusal of
Assistant Secretary of the Treasu rv; walk in the ways of truth. But three Bovs, ranging between th«* ]<•- pie of the uidtat range of tasies and pur
suit. Suplemt; » a;e frequently provided, and
■Albert G. Porter, of Indiana, to be the word of God has edge neverthe ages of 11 and 13 years. manage«l no exj-ei se is sjiered to bring the highest order
less. It finds men out; it reaches
• I artistic a’ ility to bear upon the tHustratiun
Minister to Italy; John A. Enander their hearts: it searches out their to precure a horse and some neces of the thangefni phss«» of borne an«i foreign
his:..ry. A neu woik of fiction from tLe pen of
of Illinois, to be Consul-General sins. exposes their iniquities: it saries and started on a trip to Cali W illiam D i ta H »<K¿U, aad ■ • •• ’*y < apt CHAS SAMPSON — Bruxs, O r
hables K ing , will be tun «mg the leaaiiig fra-
tol*enmark: Shifiey H Chandlers, pierces "even to the dividing asun f irnia, unknown to |>arentsor friends lurt* «>f the W eekly for I ans
to be United States Attorney for der of soul and spirit, and of the
OREGON WOOL EXCHANGE.
joints and marrow, and is a disecr- nights in the rain, when they were
ner of the thoughts and interests of
was employed by their parents to HARBER WEEKLY
H arper ' s publications are all
bring them back, several miles east EARPER>
ARPER > BAZAR.
4 <»• WOOL GRADERS,
iwitv laid before opr reader* for se word of God; not some small por of the John Day. and brought them H
HARPER > Y0VNG PEOPLE
tions of it. such as are indorsed and
lection. and froth’ personal acquain allowed by certain denominations, back. Undoubtedly that sort of lit P< » axe free to all sstscribers in thrl’nired
S’.ati», Canada, or Mexico.
tance with them for years, we can evangelical or otherwise, not such erature that would lead them to
commend them to the ¡»erusal of
for January vf ea< h year When no
"Buffalo Bill” or some other char 1st Number
gfiF’ CONSIGNMENT» solicited —
i» mentioned, sulacriptior■ will begin
• very mem! er of the most refined able: not such department- of the acter highly color«d, had been in rime
with the number current at time of receipt of
as may be preached without
—ADVANCES MADE ON WOOL.
families we have among us. The truth
Bound Volumea of H arpep . « W eekly , for 3
giving offense, provoking criticism dulged in.
ivarr » a« k in mu e’uJi binding, will be sent
Young People's weekly we will be or incurring blame: but the plain,
peat age paid, or by exj ret-a. fret, of ex
Heppner Gazette: "On last Sat y mail, provided
— - — Burns
the expo »e dv<» nut exceed fl G?o. McGowan
glad to see in the hands of all the unequivocal, unalterable words of urday, two men who have tbe ap pense
a volume> for 7 per v«*luu>e.
young readers of T he H erald , as the living God, which shall endure pearance of being fair specimens of Cloth creefi fur t a« h volume suitable f. r bin«! V. J. Millier, - - - Harni’y.
B* ston Agency with DENNY. RICE A CO.
will be eent by mail, post paid, on receipt
it is a feather—an agreeable,friend when the grass withereth and the the tie-striking fraternity, went ing.
132 Federal ht
or |1 each.
ly. kindly teacher—of the many
through the resilience of Mr. C. Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance ef k rs.
Newspapers are not to copy this adverdse-
thousands of things that will have and the earth shall pass away.” Jackson near Echo, while he was ment
without tbe exprvte order of Harper <k
He who plants himself on this foun
to I e learned at some time by all. dation and preaches this word will absent, relieving him of some un Brothers. HARPEK
E. D. GRAY - - - Burns. Or
derclothing. razor, strop, etc. Com
Call in and look at samples of these find that the Spirit's sword ing home he discovered that his
]* riodidals in the Beading Room. has by no means lost its keen edge. house had been pilfered, and secur
It will still slay the enemy of the ing the description of these parties
W hat is Belford's Magazine? It cross of Christ. Not all who belong who had been seen in the neighbor
>s a magazine for the masses. A to some church are the friends of hood of his premises, he came to
Jesus. Even during the day of the
magazine that fearlessly tells the apostles there were those who pro Heppner, where they were arrested. II arpfr ' h M agazine i< the most useful, Promptly executed. The building ha» been en
On their persons he found his prop entertaining, and l<*autiiui j eri*di< al in the large«! and improve«! and is vrepared to turn
truth upon all subjects it touches fessed to be disciples of Christ, but erty. an«l at the examination before woihl. Among the attractions for I«», will out
ail kind» of iiiacksmithing on phort n«>ti«e
a new novel—an American >tory entitled and in the best style. Terms; Cash.
—which believes that free trade in were not. An apostle writes of such Gov. Rea on Monday afternoon be
•Jupiter Light- ’—by Constance F." Woolson
commerce would be as beneficial to
they were bound over in the sum of illustrati« n** of £hake.wj<e.»re * (’omedie> by
E. A. Al»l«vy; a Series of i.r:icle< on Russia,
each to await investigation of
our race jig ffec speech or religion, whom I have told you often, and
rated by T. -le Thulstrup: ; aj«er^ on
now tell you. even weeping, that their eases 1 y next granil jury. iilu*
the Dominion of < anada^and a character
and that non-interference of Gov they are the enemies of the cross
istic *<ri;d by Charles Dudley Warner; three
They gave their names as f rank "Norwegian .Studi«--. by’
ernment rin ■ ‘private interests is of Christ.” This same kind of Mason and — Frick The value of Hjorn<on.
illu-iratt ■! : “Cómmodu*" a hi—
pro|>er. It has in each number a.
tori« .d play by the a tth< r of •Ben-IIur,“ il II. CALDWELL.
their haul is about 15.00. but as th«* lu-trated
j. R. Weguelin, etc. The edi
complete, long novel hy one of our church to-day. They can be found things were taken out of a dwelling, torial department* are conducted by
< ’uri-. William Dean IIuw-
they may consider themselves duly
brightest literary stars: Fawcett,
pew. They are the enemies of the nominated, and, in all probability, < !!.«, and ’ iiarles Dudley Warner.
Saltu«. Hawthorne, Bellamy, Mrs. cross of Christ. They are wolves
will be elected to a position in the
Clark Waring. Celia Logan, J. H. in sheep’s clothing, and if in prom Oregon penitentiary.”
Ja our motto. Good Bnzw Team», and Nice
Connelly. Gertrude Garrison. E. De inent places in the church they will
Sadd'r Horae» Furnished at Itcasonablc ('hancea
la>ng Creek Eagle: Probably this
and Particular Attention paid to the Boarding
bring disgrace and ruin upon the is the latest news we have of Big
Lancey Pierson, ami others.
SIX«'» and G rooming of Tranaient Stock. Haj A Grain
church. Have they not done so in Nose Frisk, the chap who got into
many places, anil will they not do a little difficulty in this locality
"Now comes the Wabash A Pa
Oh. Church of the living God! ago. and boarded a few weeks in
cific railroad company's engineers, Arise and shake off these human
the Canyon jail on account thereof. The volume* c»f the Mnzaxine begin with
twenty-five of them,” says the Ore vultures, that you may live and
—Pori land World: W. E. Grace the Number* for June and Dec<m!«er <»f
gonian, "and camp in the Cascade save the nations.
year. When m» time i- 'j«e died. >ub-
Burns, was in Portland Tuesday v;uh
- rij ti«»ii* will begin with the Number cur Mrs. Louis Racine. - - Proprietress.
mountain pass where the celebrat-
on his way home, from a visit to rent at time of revvipt of order .
A Jimite«! niimlxrof guests can secure the
Bound v< lume* ot !IarjK-r‘> Magazine, for
•d Oregon Pacific road expects to
Burns school opens next Monday relatives and friends in Southern three years buck, in neat cloth binding, will ni«><t comfortable lodging n <>m* in the town
thi*< home. Tank*«« -t’.’>nlie<lwi.h ail Kituls
work through, and they tell a con with Mr. Newell for teacher.
be sent by mail, |>o.st-paid, on receipt of $3
ed Clerk of the new county of Har I <r volume. Cloth < a*C'. fcr binding, .50 of eatables the market anonls.
tractor of the Oregon Pacific that
each—bv mai . i o^t-paid.
ney. ami will make an excellent cent*
Index to lfarper - Magazine. Alphaheti-
they will soon have their road lo
« 1, Anulyticul, and Clu'-iiied, Gor \ olume.*
1 to 70, inciu-ire. from June. 1550 to June,
cated; that it will go to Albany and understood that T exas S iftings is
Grant County News: Cap. Wa I*« one vol. Cloth. $1.00
a pa|»er for the family, and that
thence northwest to connect with nothing of a vulgar or indelicate ters, the bold hero of “101” has Remittances sh« u!d l«e inadebv I‘o*toffice
Money Order, or Draft, to avoid chance of
V. J. MIÏXEK.
the Astoria A Coast railroad near character, either in the wav of pic been sent t<> Washington to use his lo**.
Nt wspnper* are not to copy thl« adver-
Tillamook. It may be a story for tures or letter-press will ever be ad
ti-emen: without the tx; re** onkrvf Har-,
effect, of course, but in these times mitted into its columns Our aim office removed from Drewsey to I ♦ r it Brmher*.
A«¡«ires* HARPER A BROTHER*. New
one knows not what toexpeet. All
Harney City, Oregon.
Y- rk. T he II lrald ami Magazine, $5.00.
the railroad* atloat an* anxious to ous (taper that will lie acceptable
Will practice in all the Mate Cuur a.
Blackleg ha« appeared among
to ami welcome in the most refined
come to Oregon, by hook or crook, American and English homes, and the cattle in Modoc county, Cai.
Postmaster General Wanamaker
andjre can't blame them, hut all the commendatory letters we arc
receiving from heads of families on has purchased the Frelinghuysen
the same they won’t all get hen*.
mansion in Washington for #30,000.
"In connection with the above,” loth side» of the Atlantic are most Vice-President Morton has bought
observes an exchange, "an article
will say in ths connection that cer the Bell residence in Washington.
of a «,'iisntional nature in the Sa tain people make a great mistake an<l gave his cheek for #95.000 in H arper » B azab will continue to maintain
VAN. S. CURTIS, P kop ' r .
i » reputation as an Unequalled family journal.
lem Statesman will lie in place; it in sending anecdotes and jokes of a payment for the property. 11c will Its art iliUfitratiui.s are or tbe huhett order, i »
is claimed to I m * based on a letter broad charai ter to S iftings think spend ab«Mit 10.000 more in repairs. ion and Household depa” ruents are of the in* »t
practical and economical character, its pat
tern sheet supplements and ftshion-piau s
from Washington th^t the O. P. has ing they will appear. They arc
alone »iilsavei.fi rca ivi» ten tinns the cost uf
promptly consigned to the waste
■ubs riptbin. and its snicks on decorative art.
failed to secure its right to certain
Two sheepherder» wantdl imme ►.w in’, etiquette. h<
basket. It will be observed by re
Beeping, cookery, etc.,
make it inuispens2T>;e to every bouse hold, lit«
passes making ph«« above story ference to our advertising columns diately. Aiidress
bright short stories, and timely tK»a>» are
rseshoeing ¥5.00 a »pan.
among the best published; and nut aline is ad
iioMible. That paper says: This that they too are kept clean. We
P. F S tenger . Burns.
muted to itscuiumr s thatruuld offend the m«-»t
pape< probably gives an explana are adding very rapidly to our cir
fastidivns taste Among the attest tiot a of the
ne* xvlume will be aerial storks by Man. F bam
tory clue to the movements of other culation in every State in the Un
Bl KJCRTT, M b * alexamdkb .
< ANY<>.\ CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
" ILLiAM H lu B. m : d 1HDMA* H a BDY. and a
ion through yearly subscriber», and
serie« of papers < n nursery rnar agemcni by
railroad engineers said to have realize more than ever our responsi To W hom it M at C oncern :
M bs .« ubi * ti 5 b T ekhvmk H brbi « k
been op-rating in thmountain » re bility to make S iftin «»» a home
I hereby respectfully tender my
cently. and if the statements of the paper, hoping to win for it a wel »<rviee» as a Practical Painter to
dv|>artiiieiit are absolutely cflrtt*« t.
Hous- Painting a »(«eeialtv. Sat
then* may 1« a strife among differ irreproachable vehicle of umkfilcd
I L L f S T RATED.
< A NYON CITY. OREGON.
ent eonipinies for the possession of wit and humor.
W m . II. CULP.
IIAKlIi. - M ai . v XIXE
the most desirable route over tlie
IIAKPIK - WEI KI.Y
Il A KP» i. I* Y0 NG PEOPLE
I'aacades. Then* are places along
iJov* it twin possible that only one
P« »’ace Free to ail sut scriber* in the United
th«- fine upon which the O. P. is hundred years ago. when Washing
¡»•aka. « auatia. or Mexico.
building, where it is almost impai- ton was inaugurated in New York
The coinages of the Basar begin with the fl st
I desire to rent mv ranch con number for January of each year. B hen n.i
sible to build another road, cer the First President of the United
ia time :» mtn’ivued. sutx riy’h u will begin
tainly not practicable, ami so co»t-
with the Number < urrvnt at the time of receipt
ly as to be almost .out of question; small place, sixty times smaller sible party, wh«» wants to make of order.
Ron nd volunits •»( Hwryer » Faiar for three
money, ami who will work. Will year
hence any company desiring to
in nee cloth .eding. wdl l>e seat by mail
al out thirty thousand inhabit furnish grain to sow from 10 to 50 pratafle
paid- > r s* rxprto. free <*< expense.
reach deep water from the Fast ob only
.provide«! the lrerghtckn» nut exceed on« dol
ants'* How New York City looked acres. Have about 15 acres of lai
per volume h«r |7 a v»»lumr
tains an immense advantage in ae-
cases f r <-vh volume.n.i able for htnd
■ uring the first right of way. Here at that time, ami tlie customs and lan«l in a good state of cultivation. Ing t loth
will be seal by mail p» s|«a>>! on re«n-ipt of
in lay one of the grvat elements of «»Ullin* of th«* residents, aregrajili- Place all fenced. Plenty good |ui- 91 r«i h
i.emirtanrv* sb. nld be made by P* st ORke
value in the O. P. line, ami now it ically told and Iwautifully illustrat ture. an«l al out 30 tons of g*«l hav M»»no
«»rder •*'1 -»ft, to av«*:d cbat»<r ««f has
Ne<»»p«^ » a*v ; .4 to ropy this ad ven ism ent
arema tb»t company has neglect.il ed in D emorest ' s M onthly M ag - can he cut Dwelling-house 12x14. witb«»ut
of' Harper A Brothers
azine for April, which has just ar- Stable Uxbi
The party will l*e \drva» the ex|-n»« H order
to lake some requisite step» and is
ARPER A BR«»TIIEK9
requin 11 * n*»id<* . n the place. No
liable, if not likely, to lose its ad
vantage. when; it runs through g o- tennial of the Inauguration of Wash money demanded from responsible
ington is about to b«- celebrated, parties, will nut for share of Hay
Ixw»k over this paper. Therv are
eminent lands, for I'nvlc Sam is
sometime» a stickler for red tap-, this articl«* will be greatly appre and Grain. For further informa valuable literary induce meat* oi-
ferrd to *’iburribrtF. S «nw" them
and holds his beneficiaries to the ciated: ami those who purchase t'.ie tion. addrvsa
April number of tbi« (»«pillar M •-
B Rnowv Rnm«. Or
otiyht fn «nit vnn
letter of the law ”
T. V. B. EMBREE, M. D.
S. B. M:Pheet e s, M. D.
« e of h
t laud c
.ols 2 It
The Leading Merchant of Grant CouB«.
--- DEA I.Hit IX----
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS,
BOOTS, SHOES. GROCERIES, HARDWARE
STOVES. TINWARE, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, PUTTY, the celebrar
SULTAN A RAZORS AND "I X I,” CUTLERY. Wl\F.~
CIGARS; AND A THOU
CHEAPEST HOUSE in Eastern Oregon FOE
L A K E VIE W
AI) VERTIS E M ENTS.
aàclle and Hamess Shop.
BUSINESS MEN abroad see that LAKEVIEW, l ake «»., Or., contains: 1 new^
1 grocer: 2 saloons; 1 brewery; 1 undertaker; 2 lauudrivs: 2 furniture store; i
market; 3 lawyers: 3 physiciaus: 1 surveyor; 1 land agent; 1 dentist; 1 drujsto*
blacksmiths; 2 harness shops; 1 livery stable: 1 bakery; :< general men handfc*
house 1 milliner shop; 1 real esta’e agent; 1 saw-mill. Also. 2 Maaonie iudgn; :
plar lodge: 3 odd Fellows’Udges: 1 United Working Men’s l«!ge.
THE HOPKINS HOUSE.
M. I). HOPKINS, P roprietor .
I settler h
k<i final ri
Jr., on Af
Tp 21. B. ]
>n, and c
EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CLASS.
GEQ. POPE à CO.
This Hotel is new (House, Rooms, and Furniture and offers courteous service
IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOUSE.
General Blacksmith & Waeon Mali
II. R. SCHLAGE!
L akeview , O s
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Prepare«! to do all Kind» of Work in the Blacksmith Hue.
-B U G G I E S.
IL r»e Shceiu.g at UJ]« rk
W A GONS,
MADE TO ORDER WITH NEATJCES3, AND OF GOOD QÜALITY.
A L L W O R K W A R RANT E D.
Give a Trial, as Seeing ia Believing. A firat-eiaM smith works hi connection with
Rei Front Liverv & Feed
For 1SW. and ficcure a full volume of number»
It ifi the
CHEAPEST ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE IN THE
Twelve Art Supplements.
The mH»» of in forma’ ion ft contairs cover» the entire Pacific Northwest <1
and dea’s with ail subject» «if interest to these seeking information of this «vgks
curraut \ear THE WEST SHORE u ¡11 »urpn»» in excellence the volume just
be a comp’ete exponent of the n.»ources of. and a careful chronicler of all new«i
of imoprtan« e in. the entire region embraced a ithiti ihc limits of Oregon. Washi
tar,a. I«Iaho. British Columbia, and Alzska. together with a multitude of »upurb
of »tenery, < tiies. indvstrit». etc of the countri« » described
All elegant engravings, in < olors or tints, will !e issued, one with each number ?/#.for t
plements are 17x in< hrs in size, am! represent some object of general interest ortft the
lure of the Magnificent b< euery of the West, anu will alone vr worth the magssim ’u* res
Yuurann.it do without THE WEST SI1ORE for
Only|2 50: 50 <tsextra1
if it nt bvy«>nd the limi » «d the Unite«! Stales. Mexico, or Canada: single copit» 2*
I.. SAMUEL. Pt BLisiiEB. PORTLAND, OREGON.
C. B BAKER. Sub-Contractor.
I.carrp Prineville M*«n«1a^g at 6 a in.
Leave* Burna Thura.lara at u a m.
Arrivi« at Euri» Wedncn4a>fiM
ArrivtB at Prineville Saturila}»«HOOF*
ra-'cnger Rates from Prineville to Burn«. |7„W. RoumlTrip |14—with 00
All kinds of Blacksmithing
and Wagon work
NEAR BURNS. OREGON.
SAYER A- DORE
Keeps constantly on hand a large stock of
RANCH TO RENT.