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out of memory and are left for next of this command seen'» to be. get of Messrs. Wilshire A Comegy*. and
Knd it came to pas*, after tins
inside of the vineyard, cuahien a with a f—w less >n« in sheep farming, alro,a’son of the house of Dustin
r- In reply to
TIÍI K s DAY. APRII- B I**»
Winnemucca Silver State: The pew. sit down and keep quiet: this besides being royally entertained; that dwelt as one with the tnbe of
to Ibis ornee to
also learned that the ‘•Dud- had Canvonitea over beyoud the moun-
two-year old child of Oliver Riffe, is just why •<> few people are being
p changed la th
f». L. GRA< r.
taini. ar.d who was Judge in that
r.ni un city to
of Mound Valiev. Elko county, added to th" churches of today a ‘‘best girl.”
barren land, yearned muchly to
■ay that Ftalato
T hank * to State Superintendent wandered away from home last there is too much professing and
—Farming is the great demand, know concerning the new lands of
Ubllahed la Nd
.McElroy for Arbor I»ay Circular.
not enough doing, modern idolatry and potatoes will be raised whether the Harney country, whereof many
• appear belo,
•lav* before, and it* brother* and has to a lamentable extent, sapped the wind or any other circumstance things were spoken.
d In the Final 1
—The Eugene Guard, one of the sisters. a«e<I 9. 7 and 5 yoars re out her life giving power, leaving eciiies to the tr :.t or not.
•> The News that was spread The Leading Merchant of Crant C«
a i. raoor.
l<-st purely local paper# in tie- State, spectively. were so Busily engaged her subjects branded imperfect and
—There is a wid—spread desire about -.ver the greatly curtailed
is now a seven-«, «lurnn all-at-home playing that they did not noti e the unfaithful servants, walking contra to get rid of rattle and "cow-boys county of Grant, by the scribe
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS. CAP? j Lskcviaw, 0
print—an evidence that its county absence of the younger one for ry to God's commands, gratifying hero, and to si. stitute sheep and of thorn* under a pot. was heavy-
BOOTS. SHOES. GROCERIES. HARDWARE
m»k» tasi pr
ST< )V F s TIN W A RE. (RAM K ER Y. (; I.ASSW jj J > bat
appreciates its worth and pay* for some time. The father and a hired the lust of the flesh. and the pride shortrange
laden each week since that day
as well a* reads it.
he of tbe house of Gilham wot of.
—h. houl ha-
Alth. WS», vil
without avail, and notified the ishable object*, idolizing the crea and will close :. rc the last of this with deridings, and false sayings of
Sl'LTANA RAZORS AND "I X L” CUTLERY. W1\7I
the county of Harney.
No. 74*. for Lol
A x <« thei ; murder in the county! neighbors. wL . commenced a gen ture* of he r own hands the zcuult month.
CIGARS; AND A THOUSAND OTHER ART d JV
r. A Lot 4,
3. Anil, behold, it befell this
It is to be earnestly hoped that this eral search.
—There see: « t * be a litt.e dis
of whi'-h is a broken chain of Chris
T(N o NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
The F n * PNM add-: It was at tian perfection ar.d thus remains satisfaction here over th- ro’ution
Pls: George 8I<
thing, which i* ruinous to the clixr-
j, *ud lock D
T he H erald of the people of that
a< ter and prosperity of any country, first thought that the child had the character until restitution is of a problem, which i* as follow*: maligned land, that t .d the Har- CHEAPEST HOUSE in Eastern Oregon
will receive a final quietus through l-een kilh-d by some wild animal, made fur these error* of many year*
A man becoming tired of "to be. nev country was as a land flowing
u stringent enforcement of th«- law? as a lynx had been seen near the aid until a return to a more per bequeathed a certain sum of money with milk and honey, and greatly
enacted for the protection of good ranch a few day* before, but we fect obedience to the divine law is to his wife. ». :. and daughter; to he hungered and thirsted therefor.
4. And again this same man. he
citizens. If the law punishing the barn that the body of the child made, there will not. and cannot be the s- n. one-third: to the wife, two-
third:-: and th«- remainder to the
carrying of concealed weapon- were was found by th - Indian trailer» any virible change in her character. daughter; but tl. ? ■ t appropriated that was of the Cany unites. even he.
er- '-t-. and girded «m his armor, and
enforced in both spirit and letter about three miles from Mr. Riffe’s A speedy and radical work of re the ialance, 1... mz th? daughter taking a few sheckels. and some
. rime here and elsewhere would rap house, at a place where he got his formation of the Christian world is only a chance f ri. atriu. nv. \\ a* other things that the Judge liketh.
THE TOWN OF LAKEVIEW
wood. The children had been in the one thing needful and i* indis- the daughter disinherited?
and Be journeyed forth. April 8.
Lake Co., Oregon.
the habit of going with him for pensible to the restoratii n of the
I’, .sh H-.da.-h, Nis«. n, and with him AS IT IS VOICED BY ITS LOCAL NEWSPAPER 4
— a r::.'.-J
• a itwtintan - of
i.\< H.ViGK CMPIMNOS
B -»1. and the little fi ll .w r--mem primitive purity of the church "f S. Ti< k. a very persistent individ that same day tude him whose sur
F’-.;XF,< HEX «’ r «! «--.
LAKEVIEW. lake eo.. Or., nmialna 1
bered the road. Not a ► rat'-h wa- God. this sad decline in the spir ual of a ratber lean and brown com name was Eean;
1 iruccr . ■»’—■ • 1 t-r»wery: >
r; J laundrin: 2 furunurv mo »: im
Geo. W. Stephenson, proprietor found on the body, and he must
itual life of the church has evident plexion. but gifted with pertinaei us place over night, and lo. the Judge ir.»-l- - :««;< • |.!i-» 1 ■urveyor: 1 land »(tal; 1 dentist; 14 im »
of the Ashland livery stable«, met have perished Friday night from
staying qualities, and the longer
«table: 1 : «ker» ; ;; n-ner»l
ly teen brought about by world and closer the acquaintance the dreamed a dream of grass, pome
with a very bad aceid»-nt last Sun exposure, a* it wa« a cold night and
o. MW, ter th
conformity, a failure on the part of more corpulent he grows, until he granates. ar.d garden-truck of many
, : :. ,1 '.v.rkiiu: Me:/» ludee.
name« the a
day. While driving two colt* he he wa* thinly clad.
_____ _______ _ ____________________
the profes*- r toh- Id up the word* res. tubli - a -leek, fat bean.
’ '____________________________________________________________________ -, said land,
wa* breaking, the tongue broke,
•. A w. Hur
Willie Dunn, th- Piute, who mur of life in their purity, the Bible
frightening the young horse* badly. dered Charley Winnemucca at the
—The tr.terpriring citizens of Dia the same barrenness around and
THE HOPKiNS HOUSE. r. Grant corn
standard of the religion of Jesus
mond arid Blitzcnwill present a pe about, his heart grew heavy, and
George saw danger ahead and Pyramid Jits rvati -n last spring
ice oi such
the Son "f the living God is being tit!
it lai reason:
’ his friend, he of the house of Bean
jumped out. breaking ooe of ).:» was taken through yesterday by
M. D. HOPKINS, P roprietor .
of the Intel
trampled under foot, and the blood the C'-urty Court for a road to con fled back to the land of the Canyon
legs in three places above the ankle.
at the ■
United States Marsha! M .-.-re t of th-- everlasting covenant, the nect the ;wv valleys.
■> crow exan
Dr. Beebe met with a singular Columbus. Ohio, where he is to
EVERYTHING NEW AND I-1R>T- I.AS- 5m “cda? c
sanctifying power, the elevating
—Me»-rs. Howard A’ Nelson are
accident at the depot Monday morn serve ten years in the United States
and ennobling principles of the di going to -tart a general merchandise among men, tarried yet longer to
ing. Itwa«ju*t before the regular Penitentiary al that place. The
• -- spy out the new land some more,
vine teaching regarded an unholy < • • •
■ o. a: : i:... arc and offer, r< uro. ta »niuMfnQup
passenger train from the north prisoner smilingly conversed with
thing, which would otherwise ele ing of the Blitzen river, which will he was not yet out of the barreness
came in, and the engineer of th«- menders of his tribe while the
vate her in the scale of moral, social, be a great benefit and acconim--la- of the land of Grant, where the coon
tion to the settlers of that locality. and persimmon groweth not, and
pusber wa* switching some extra train remained here, quite a num- .
and religious training, a closer rela
E IS HE
J ottings .
car* around. The Dr. was on the ber of whom congregated on the .
IN CONNECTION WITH THE HoVFE.
he journeyed further southward.
tionship with her author is de
it said ]
oppo*it side of the track to the platform to see him. None of the ,
7. And when the beauteous val-‘
manded, urged, and required; a
The (berth Movement in Burn*.
lev of the S-.lvic-s lay spread out be
platform and a flying switch war Winnemucca family sh ok hands .
strict adherence to his revealed
Rev. Wm. Bartholomew. of the fore him, 1 is »oul clapped it* hands
made with an empty baggage car. with hint or went near him. and .
will is the only means that will
M E. Church, arrived in Burn* for joy.
Th«- Dr. wa* thinking about feme from what they say it w-,uld not b<- ]
General Blacksmith & Wagon S 8, R
heal her wounds and restore her
8. Ami b-- cried cutin aloud
April 4th; visited citiz-.-ns on the
thing and forgot where he was un safe for Willie to venture away ,
.» to pi
departed glory. A less intern.inglc-
5th: held ui ine service in the Town voice when he had beholden this
til the car struck him and knocked from his people alone. Tie- Win
II. R. S IILAGEL
land ' f promise. "Now. ye gols of
ing of spiritual things with carnal
Hall on •.’.-. night of the 6tli: morn th p« pie. lettest th« ", thy servant
him to the ground. Just how he nemucca* are more numerous than ,
objects a clearer distinction be
received the cuts about the head is th«.- Dunns, and had it not been for tween the prof-ssor and the world ing ai.d evening service on Sunday: depart in pea<x : it is enough: mine
unaccounted for. as his left ear wa* intervention of Agent Gibson. Wil ling must be wrought out in order evening ?• rvice every night in the own eyes viewethtlie Harney coun PrcpuvO lo Co «Si KlnC* f W. rk in the B'.aetomilh Hue. Ilota» Shwitii'
cut off, only hanging by a thread, lie would have been sent to the to a justified state before God end Hall until the 10th inst.. when the try. and it is good.’’
nity at the i
9. And straight .rny l.e hied him
• crût» exai
a large gash over right eye. and happy hunting grounds three days a harmonious life with the law of $94 due on the church was collect
and to <
-R U G G I E S, W A GONS, ET C,-, t. niitted
bruised up generally, especialy in after he committed the murder, a« the spirit of faith, otherwise is but ed and paid over and the doors to the City set in the midst thereof,
KALE TO ORDER WITH NEATNESS. AND OF GOOD QUALITY. 17
even unto the town of Burns and
the left side. It is a wonder that the Indians had tried him and con continuing to die to the damning opened to the public.
he betook himselilo him that hath
A I. L W O R K W A R R A N T E I».
he was not killed outright.
Tie evening of the 12th a lecture T he H ecai . d to blazon abroad the Give a Tri-.’. as So in? s Et letirg. A f.r»’-<'.s£s «niitl* u. rks io «unsi
influence of formal and sacriligous
demned him to death.
Eugene Guard: McCune, on trial
¡river, for tin- benefit of thv doings of tbe husbandman, a:.d
Baker City Reveille: The Port-
the cattle 1. an. arid the l.o-seruan.
last week in Yamhill county for
: land Oregonian says l'.-stmaster J. serve that the life and h< alth of the . hur.. . On the 13th. at 2 p. m..
killing Bewley, wa* acquitted by C. Parker, of Burns. Harney county, church depends wholly on the quarterly meeting and preaching at and tbe raiser of sheep, that «¡welt
in peace therein, anti he grev.- wroth
the jury. It was proved the de
writes to I’ -stal Inspector Treut- . Great Cause of her existence, and night M rr.ing - rvice, commun with that nun, and he cried “I.
ceased was about to full a pistol
, land that the mail stage running ■ so long as she receives her nourish- ion, arid admi-sion of six members even I have seen all this country
ondefemient. when he fired. Of
from Burn* to Bidwell was waylaid | ment from the great Fountain on the 14th. with organization of of Harney of whi«.-h ye spake, and
course McCune had no right to or
the half hath not L; n toldi "
in t allow Valley on the 15th of Head of the eternal truth, she shall S.i’.bath Seho 1 at night.
der Bewley to leave Sheridan within
10. TL rcupon the Editor took
March by a man who made threats be an ornament yea a place of refuge
During this me a membership the Can,.or;te Ji: ig. into Li.« gar
five minute*, but then Bewley had
that he would nut allow the stage
class of twelve was formed inside den and said, ‘’Behold thou man of
no right to kill him for making the
to pass over a certain field of r<.ad. nity bound pilgrim, and with this the church; collection taken up fur law the persimmon tree of which ye
F r >’ and Ferine a full v. •¿•¡me of number» It is 'h«
'-‘C of BUC^
over which the mail ha* leen car element controling her,she slia; ! e a the current expenses of the minis came in search: the possum h3th
A. F ried, and that the same person has peaceful habitation for the sons
CHEAPEST ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE IN TIE
ter at work: appointment fur prayer r.ot sprouted ret ; and the sop is yet
oltv at the
Snelling hn* resigned hi* position J since made threats that he would and daughters of God. And the
in the ground. Come another day.
meeting Thur-lay night. 18th; ar And bring thy people, and thy
as register of the Lakeview land stop the stage from running over power of her purity do its work of
Twelve Art Supplements, mi“aby
rangement for a musical festival on wife's people, ar.d thy neighbor’s
office and cx[xcts to leave for this road if he had to kill the driv reformation in the hearts and char
the 19th; subscription fund made g.xxls. and «ee the Harney country ¿2?“
Washington in a few weeks, as soon er. The name of the bad. bad acter of tbe sin degraded man of to
.7 r -•• •;. .«•
.’ formation «ftMfitff
up for a pastor's salary: order for later!” And he promised.
excellence the volume
as his successor is appointed. He man is not given, and there is an day. and the cause of the blessed
renting a hou-- for pastor: Sunday
te a coir.j.Vv exy-me ’ of the nFonrvt» f, ai d a careful chronicler of »i’#
has »old his residence property to indefiniteness about the communi master will prosper, her glory will
S< hool to be held on the 21st. with a
tat a. l :t; .... F-i’-.f -
;• . :a. an-i Vina.’ cv i t.- •a mnliyudt ci na f 3 18 HKI
‘•Her I’. ub’.e I lie,’ by Harriet Lewie,
James Applegate, of Ontario coun cation which rnak s it unsatisfac be unto her. apostolic and primitive
■ if virry. . ; > f :.. FTitF. v*< < f thr c-
Tie* it»« riled
morning and evening service: teams
ea< 1 ’ ns*
petnents are .'x... it.rhtr
Fize, and reyrrfvt.- f - tv object of general
tory. The affair is probably the re purity will be her lot, men and wo to goto Long Creek to fetch pastor’s -Ci known.” by V'» r 1». r. 5 < u hw> r;h. turv
Ledger i.i rarv .’<■>. j I sper. • ; Bound. fl.'jO.
Ashland Record: The Interior sult of some private quarrel la- man will flock to her altars seek
Y. u rennet do withe;.’ THE W ErT Mb RE ■ rh*? Only >2 * '0 ciaen
family and household effects to his • Gunmaker »f M< »vow.” b? b ar.;:s Cobh. Jr.
Ledger Library No. ?: Paper
Department nt Washington ha* tween the stage driver and some ing shelter frcni the storms of sin
new field of labor.
I. SAMl’EL. P ublisher . PORTLAND. ORJJI «w, to>
Any of the foregoing work» will It supplied
made an im]>ortant land entry ru rancher, who d<x-s not realize what ful life: peace shall be within her
llovkselk-.r «»id Nt • F At a ill bt bvUt,
Mr. Bartholomew has done well; by
i -F.ace pa.d.
•? m» tip of !he prit e, by
ling. The existing law provides a serious matter it is to interfere walks, and prosperity within her
Il .»BERT BANNER 3 .-iN*.
that an entry of land made by a w ith Uncle Sam's mail, even if it is palace*.
L edger I u '. ldinc .
Cor. William and Nprurc « r . New York.
minor under any of the existing nothing but an empty mail sack
Bt kxs O r .
law* is invalid. The Department
Adviec t ■» Mother».
moki : It UÎM Y \ M.l l.Y tTl'.M-s.
has decided that an entry made by
DKKOI.ÂTION <>r ZION.
M bm WiXFLOShi southing S yrup Mr ehil*
In accordance with the notice drvn teeihirg. i« the pre*»•»: >•» ”:ie of
a person under 21 years of age who
Why arc there not more people
it in.tlv nur'C • ;tad phy i< ian- in rhe
—An Easter sermon will be given in the last issue of Tin; H er the 1-e-t Rtate*
ha* to support a mother, brother or uniting and attending the different
other relative, provided he complies so called churches? Why is it that preach' d in the Burns church next ald . Judge Dustin of Canyon City of mother* hip their < l»ii<ircn. Lhiring the
delivered a lecture in the M. E. IT- < e<s oi tctihiirtf vitiue i* in< alrniable.
with the requirements of the law, our churches as churches, are not Sunday at 11 o’clock.
FROM PRINEVILLE TO BURN?.
t relieve* rhe child trnm rain, cures dy>en-
—Wesley Keeton. Jack Darst and Church of Burns, to an attentive tery and diarrhrea. gripir.g in the hovels
is a person whose age in such cases mor.' active in reforming the sin
is no l>arrier to prevent him from degraded man of today? The an- John II l'arltigh. passed through and appreciative audience, and ■ hi I i: r '> :Lc
C. B BAKER. Sub-Contractor.
making a land entry.
sw< r to all these questions generally Burn*. Monday last, on the way to spoke in an in'.< resting and pleasing
at i a ra.
Arrive» at Bun»» We-!»
Oregonian: Let’s see: There'.« comes Itack only a* an echo of the Kikeview.
Leave» Burn» Thura^ar» at 6 a in.
Arrive* at Prineville rat
—W. E. Dalton arrived in town,
the Jim Hill road coming, and the word why; to our wav of thinking-
The struggle- for 'prominence and To W hom it M ay C oxcerx :
Seattle, Like Shore A Eastern road the answer to all such question* can as T he H erald announced last
ra—enger Rsles freni Prineville to Furns. $7.fO. Round Trip III—rill
I hereby respectfully tender my
elevation; the battle of life; the
is going, and the Chicago <t North be put in a nut shell: it is this: week.
failure* of the many and success
western or some other road will There are too many loafers about
the citizens of Harney Vallc-y.
—l’eter French was in Burns
of the few: the cause of the success
pierce the state ami strike for the thnme of grace, the chtirche*
11- :«■ Painting :■ specialty. Sat
Wednesday, and tells a good one on
and fajlure of nations: simplicity, isfaction guaranteed.
Vaquina. The Southern Pacific are *h< ltcring too many idler*, who
Dr. Gilham: When the Harney
pride, ambition and benevolence:
will climb over al) outdoor* to get count thcmsclvee within the fold,
W m . H CULP.
official*, out on their raid after the
the future prospects of our own Burr.». Or.
to Eastern On-gon on its way to men and women who are taking
Cooper murderer, were returning
NEAR FERNS. OREGON.
nation: ind pendence. free thought
push through to the Columbia, an easy b an aguin-4 the ]«w and
through Diamond, Squire Luggan
and progress; free schools and the
cross it and drive north to Olympia th. pulpit, wliitling their chane« s
and Wm. Gass occupied the back
power of the press; the labor ques
on thv way to Port Totrnscnd. The for heaven down to a very fine
I desire to r -nt my ranch i on-
SAYER X LORE
•eat and the Sheriff and Coroner
tion and I hinese immigration; the tainimz lG*'a-‘res. t > som*-s respon
Canadian, or some other monopo l«>int. by their inactive and bad ex
Gilham the front seat of the rig: the
heathens i f foreign lands, our na sible party, who wants to make
lizer, is to go straight through from ample. The*«1 ¡«Ilers have I m - n
people eagerly scanned tin ir faces
money, ar.d who will work. Will
tive heathens, and the missionary
Victoria to Portland, while the O moved sometimes in their lives, to
furnish grain to sow from 10 to 50
to discover the murderer, and when
It. A- N. company will build feelers unite with the church on confession
cause: Government and society in acri«. Have al*out 15 acris of
French was appealed to he pointed
general: and concluded his remark« land in a pood state of cultivation.
anywhere the North don't want it of faith. They have settled down
out the man by the Sheriff's ride,
with an impressive quotation from Place til fenced. Plenty gv«»d pas-
to. The easygoing U. P. will go to in the belief that al! they need to
and say* the Doctor would have
the Sound via I'matilla and Ellens do. i* te pay their pew rent, go to
(wldsmith. renderci still more so tv.r-. and atout --Otonsof g <od hay
been much edified had he heard the
burg. The Narrow Gauge will as 'churchoccasionally ar.d leave the
by its surpassingly beautiful elocu
12x1''.. Th party will be
comments on his looks.
tonish the world with some new rest to their preacher, and their
tionary d livery.
required t > rv-:de on the place. No
pns-ix-dings: the Astoria X South God. Once on loan! the ship of
led from responsible
The abort is too brief an outline me' .-y J. .
In»ni Km k Forwl.
t oast will put a thousand men to church, they never d. ubt but that
to more thaa suggest the matter partie«: will rent for share of Hay
R ■ k F ord . April 10. 1889.
and Gr.in. For further informa
work, and the Gray’s Harlor enter they will rcai h heaven in perfect
—Able-bodied mosquitoes abun that was handled in a happy and tion. address
prise will »trike fin« toward* Che safety; by way of extra effort, some dant: are ge tting their littte bill* thvughtfv! lanner. being offered by
R. Bp.-wx. Bum*. Or.
halis. \ ancettver will build to of these occasionally attend the in with everybody.
th- r ally t .leatcd gentleman as an
ward Klickitat, and Fllensburg to weekly prayer-meeting. We hope to
—Willows and wild currant* are individual donation to the church,
ward Big Bend. Spokane to Coll- I* pardoned, for asking the ques putting on their nJe of verdure and am! that wa* Sstem 1 to in respect
ville. and Pasco will have morv tion if this kin«l of« ffort would in the merry f' g is singing his pleas ful and often rapt attention by all
road* than anybody. R«wl« will sure *uiv. ♦* in any earthly busi- ant song in honor of returning present, those who disagreed with
AM «■'. k.»«!■>.< mrttoetwaatoe 'borenghly mwwrd to» toitoiM
be seen < rea ping from Hunitoldt n<-**; would m>t the result of such a
views advanced as well as those
to Klamath, and ail Eastern Orc life ‘e a journey over the hill# to —'■'ucker* by the wagon-lead have who agned with them, and even
gon must I*• built through and
•miniat’d at the Big Springs:
through—yet |<eople think it won’t
-■■no « ar in demand, and pickled
be mm h of a railroad rear No. vine» ard wa« the
rill b- a *
A Good road al! the way.
A. Fine Ear
R anchto B ent .