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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY,
$2.30 a Year.
oral gardeners here, who will an
swer in detail all inquiries on that
subject; the white, or Irish potato is
grown with little cultivation, and is
Soin,-of ¡i- X-.ni.ra! Adv intay s IVa-
superior to that grown in Ohio, Ill
l.T, Soil, »'limine, ami rr. ilue-
inois, Missouri, Tennessee, or Kan-
(••ms T iiottsiintls of
Aero Open for
■ sas, we personally know as regards
I size, "mealiness,” and flavor.
east and runs very nearly straight! F. W. R itterbusch : near Saddle
to the water, a distan of A mile Buttes; July 20: Barley 41 inches
---- --------- ----- ------------------------- A
from its mouth. 14-will average 50 high; a small piece put in to test
■! S’|»lIBLI8nbl> KVi'llY TIII R-DAY
THE TOWN OF BURNS
feet wide and 20 feet high and is agricultural value of bottom of the
GRANT CO. OREGON.
very uniform in Ms structure, the slough on swamped lands.
AS IT IS VOICED DY THE HEItAI.D.
walls running up about 6 feet on
S imon L ewis , Silver crock, July
^-Dt ÍPfBLISHEll AND 1’ r OPKIETOR.
cither side, ami then commence to 30, wheat 40 inches, with full heads
BUSINESS MEN ¿BROAD BY LOOKING OVER ITS COLUMNS WILL SEE THAT
arch over, ami certainly form the of fine large grains.
small Fill ITS,
finest arch in the whole family of, Barlev 58 inches high.
1 hotel: 1 brewery; 1 undertaker; 1 meat market: 2 lawyers: 3 physicians
. HEAP HOMES.
such as strawberries, currants. caves that were ever discovered.
Mns. S imon L ewis , July 30, 13 1 surveyor; 1 land agent; 1 drugstore: 1 Jeweler; 1 blacksmith; 1 livery stable: 2 general mar
I black i'Tries, gm,-Tries, grapes,
It is grand almost beyond de urge yellows beets, the largest one chumiise stores; 1 hardware store; 1 saw-mill; 1 carpenter; 1 saddle A harness shop; 1 gro
>ne Year - tn j|dva ■
'<■!>•. will from wii.it evidence we scription, and rivals th*- great Mam being 9 inches in length and 14 cery store. Also, 1 odd Fellows lodge; 1 reading room; 1 school; 1 church.
g'4F**Mail a copy of T he H erald to Advertise your town, iu the Eu«t.*^tR
liave bj;vn able to gather the past moth eave in its Bmouthucss of inches in circumference; the flavor
•■ear, b<- a su<:e. -s, .ii? the native character ami unflerniity. The excellent.
n . A i>oBf mMBr-b
plant - are hardy and good bearers. first 250 yards tho lottoin is as
Mus. T. J. S hields , Silver creek.
U fv), wheaa. aubt ........ :< r 8 ii. • lake ills pup<-r
smooth as a floor, tin n are found July 30, cucumbers of good size,
|u i the reuzuii for i s not beitix
THE SECOND YEAR OF
Jpt io du 8«> inakvB ihe pi bi - A
ornamental shrubs were plant piles of rubbish or de! ris that have i crisp and tender.
____ Hu the publisher I. t pn' ment
iu ■ a •*» s».
the settings last fall survived the ceiling above, 100 y/r for so apart, ' of large grains; 6 aerees in; he is
e to sen I 1' un. i . pu .ut n is Vir.it the Herald <’iHce t«i Ser Samples
severest winter (188>). that Har- the last one being c " lijna over raising it for seed.
Elie wholeaiiioun' whether it
: »ivy valley, in fact. tlial-JJast Ore- 100 yards from watA*.
A. H ills , of Poison Creek, Aug.
Hun e li*! pit L'tiu is ma e
¡in .e-:i i.GiB > : Til
IDnrév VàHéy Rdver —
__ 1 i e:
_ gon has ever known.
There is no difficulty in reaching! 11th, Chili Club wheat, 48 inches
[ u hu iuk<B I» pLp- I fn»i’'. rh- .„ii?,
aireete.i to h;s utime .>i an
the water, it runs back on either long, with large full heads; 14 acres
nt,«! h pe i tif-ra-. h reader
..nr rcgub:i e ‘i .
Began on Thursday, November 29, 1888.
will murk iic arti» ;e uiui mail liis copy tv a region it will be readily seen that side in a trough from the main pool
o • i ]y t j..i • u
in; not irrigated.
friend io the Eus .i
If a Subscrli <
Red clover, 42 inches high; very
V^tartRlu time, ail i the Pu: rishvr contni uh
Harney Valiev in Grant county, the Valley offers inducements rare the distance of 100 feet, settling
end, the BUbBvfi'er is b.iuiiu io pu > foritir
ly excelled. The farm ‘rs who have down on either side, leaving the fine.
ft year, lakes it out of lilo'p< a >'11:. <• T d ; h pro«
h Oregon, emi races an area of 2.400
Now is the Time to Subscribe
fl a yrv the ground that u man must puy fur whai he square miles, or 1,536,000 square, Sowed grain this year will be able floor crowning.
Tile courts have <lv< bled that reft.King t. acres of land, bounded on every side ;
B U li N S AI) V E K '1' 1S E M E NTS.
one can see the sand in the bottom
> n 5-1 e newspnpeii uu I periooii n f . fruin the p. s
by mountain ranges, an I lofty ele
AND TO RENEW EXPIRING SUBSCRIPTIONS.
• u. (Jr. 0,or ieaviug ihl- II umaiied Lr, wiilmut
has been erected at considerable at the depth of 4 feet, and it ap
INGS fc i»s for the B*m< . in prima iu< iu c i idem c ui vations. and is an almost entirely
' htional fraud.
level plain, plentifully w.,..
---- <i Y>v expense in the Valley, near Burns. pears to have no outlet, as it is per
• by N. Brown. A new merchant and fectly still and quiet; it is good W. A. H'lL.IIIRE,
J. NAT. HUDSON '
grist mill is a guarantee that the drinking water.
HERALD CLl’B LIST:
SILVIES AND BLITZEN RIVERS
aid and The Century, one year
industrious farmer will be able to
This wonderful curiosity lias to
aid and St. Nichoiits,
i.7.> and their tributaries.
WILSHIRE & HUDSON.
’ dispose of surplus grain. And as a be seen to be fully appreciated. It
aid and Demigregi Magazine, one year ; .75
aid and Pct ergo u Magazine
: .7.’> has its source in the spurs of the .
is truly of basalt formation and is
aid and Godej’b Lady f Book
i .7-» Blue mountains, south of the John
Will be the representative, at all times, of the Interests of the People.
aid und West Shore
1 country it caryiot be surpassed, quartenary, the walls are honey
aid and Leslie’s rlliißtraletl New*paper ...7.» Day river, Hows a general southerly
At all times advocating measures that look to the "greatest good to
since its water, grass, and salul ri- combed in many place s; the wall on
ild and LesiieT Popular Monthly
ild and LaklaT suiida> Magazine
the greatest number,” in accordance with the principles of Democracy
climate takes horses, cattle, the south side sets on a horizontal
rid and Belfvf'i's Magazine
. »».75 Harney valley, and empties into!
LAKEVIEW AND IIAKNEY. OR.
ild and We»JKl\ ' uil
beep and hogs throughout the year basement of eruptive rocks.
ild aud DnilygLaü
6.CO Lakes Harney and Malheur.
Thia firm practices in the courts of the State,
It i (from January 1 to December 31),
This magnificent cave has evi mid before the I'. S. Land Office. Any Inna
AS A LOCAL NEWSPAPER,
ild ami Daily Exan iuer
U..00 a rapidly flowing stream, about 8D . without grain or any other than
Ottire or other buBinef.g entrusted to them will
nd anil WeeÄb New York World
receive prompt attention.
ild and l)etr«At Free Press
3.00 miles long, and contains every kind ; j wild grass feeding, and when the di; is as a fortification; the en
rrri-ANi» cases solicited .
T he H erald acknowledges no superior in Eastern Oregon. It points
aid and Hop< r .*• Magazine.
5.W of fish including the salmon trout,, wi.lt,.r is mihb rthan common, stock
trance has been walled up with
;dd and Har|" r’•» Weekly
5.20 and other varieties of game fish.
with pride to its well-filled columns the past year, and to its evident
d and Harper’s.Bazar
stone, and there are, also, two walls |
influence upon the prosperity of the great Harney valley.
The Dundej-and-Blitzen river, or Eastern localities where they arc or
id and HaiipcrT Young People
breastworks on the inside, run
d and Akins's Manifold (Jyclopedia, '..‘' i “Blitzen,” as it is shortened b" com
volume after Vol. 1. >5 ceutt .
grain-fed during the winter; and the ning from each corner of the en ■ GEO. S. SIZEMORE - - Bi uns ,O r . As in the past so in the future it will strive to make prominent note
of every enterprise calculated to benefit the people; to record every
Jcen'.s extra ver volume, i>« s:ii ■ .
mon usage, is about 50 miles in texture and flavor of the meats trance diagonally near the center
Criminal law a specialty.
advance made in showing up the resources of the Valley; to advocate
^Conics of Rd the above work« can be ex length, Hows in a northerly direc compare favorably with the best in some 50 feet long; this was for a
ed at leisuredD the Rending Room.
Law and Order under all circumstances; to frown upon all attempts
tion and also empties into the lakes. the market. There is no room for second defense in ease they were
foment discord among the people in the interest of any individual,
large stock-raisers, as the territory
T. V. B. EMBREE, M. D.
back from the mouth.
tributaries have their water sheds is fully taken up by three or four driven
Office at his residence on the east Bide of Sil- clique or faction; to give the news of the day impartially and as
P^*Pubiißh|iH of periodica’B are Folif ile l
vive River, ten milts below Burrs.
fully as industrious effort and the aid of friends may enable us to
nd clubbing ra ts. n (opv of their work for within the county, and the lakes firms that hold all available ranges,
the cave there are considerable fine
’ree Reacting Room—W e file, and bind the having no outlet, serve to furnish
it; to give all the Local and Personal gossip of our section,
, v .. r at clore of every half-volume, uud pay for
i but the stock such as is commonly
where the aborigines have
suitable for publication, with-all else of interest in this department;
vi U a ilEl sbv advcrtiiemcnt.
subterranean irrigation to the whole raised by farmer:, will do well. The chippings
sharpened their stone implements
S. B. McPhoeters, M. D.
INCREASE IN POPULATION
which were made out of obsidian,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
ADV EÛT ¡JN<i RATE
IT WILL BE AN EPITOMIZED HISTORY OF THE VALLEY.
during the past two years has been or volcanic glass.
Office at W. E. Grace's Drug Store.
!y Mapa» i 1 wk 2 wk 1 mo 3 mo 6 mo
1 yr. cover an area of more Ilian 150
j rapid, and is of that most desirable
1 think that the water is in the
h fl.-O |2 .'0 $5 00 $3.00 $11.00 $15 06 sqtia c miles, and are connected by class in an agricultural region, viz:
end of the cave, but con not tc 11
Ö.00 @l q:' • 6.50 12. U0 18 00 28. OU
! 8.50 5.of 8.00 15.00 : 1.00 40 (X) a channel about 20 yards wide and the small farmer whose industry without further exploring.
4.50 ;• 6.1'' 10 00 20.00 L2.ÜU 50.00
Who know that in the rapid growth and wide proclamation of the
ht - s noni
I was informed by two parties
his ha great
r. ’L 6.00 8 t" 15. CO 28.0Ù 48.00 f.4.00 200 yards long. They receive the produces the best of grain, stock,
T. A. McKINNON,
advantages of Harney Valley lies their own best road to prosperity
F asjiih « 12- V0 ■.U ) i 28.00 18.00 «0.00 120 00 waters of both Silvios and Blitzen and living.
that fish have been eaught in the Any’ and all kinds of surveying done on shot
20.00 to « » , 10.00 60.00 lie oo 140.00 !
rivers, but have no outlet and never are generally frame; corrals and cave that were of blue color and noth
•« at •-••/'¡rpùscsf
■ -Hi : reasonable terma.
wishing to be located, can have plats furnlshe
Should Subscribe for the Herald Themselves,
other enclosures, are rail and wire eyeless.
1. hl UcRWTWjrn
«ii yetirlv advei i
free of cli urge.
:e. fir:! wmib
re, or write to Publisher.
a ! i ole family. In
AND SEND EXTRA COPIES TO EASTERN FRIENDS.
charged extrti, »» cording o space; lakes nave not such picturesque
•r L-trarr ¿aS ?*0utB
from wells of living water, which is I’RODl'CTS EXHIBITED THIS SEASC.N.
but meial bi..- u-liniited.
Tl‘1 1 ‘
As no fair is held in this valley
scenery as Crater Lake, to recom ' reached at a uniform depth of six
,.:.i Hf i F ^.lmmoral tttcdiuinal atis. p.t no price.
for the public exhibition of the Saddle and Harness Shoo-
, mi t:
.Advcrtisameii'» a', lvfsthan 10 cents per mend them to tourists, but their to fifteen feet.
zixs or Ami net price, keurly, ur 20 cunts, transient,
and excellence of its pro J. C. WELCOME - P roprietor .
tern (' b : e . jceived.
MAIL AND 1IAII.H0AD FACILITIES.
The East Oregon Herald
Bl IiNS, OREGON.
T he II euai . d opened a col
/ ' ; '.‘‘i .Special positi n $2 extra charge perin-
Right here, however, permit us to
Harney valley has a tri-weekly
^ o . vjwuiwv .,1^ jugteatiof positi »u a standing reader
tg attention tb u<l. ea< h week is mu iu with mention a natural attraction pos mail-service from the four points of
lias successfully maintained itself through an ordeal of local opposi
tn'1 - Ué«-» ¿»ttfrlree.
sessed by lands adjacent to these the compass, there being a general stockmen, in which to give a writ
we s erpi'' \ pr all our a.lver' isements
tion, vindictive ami unscrupulous to a degree seldom equalled in
A’.7 YOEL RDges after 1st L»ur publh’a'.iuLs. fl each.
distributing office at Burns. Ship
country journalism; has advocated unflinchingly the rights of all
n‘ < ù^nn’ -» 1V(‘ a Uno. excursionists from the Ea t in the ping is done at present at Baker worthy of mention.
F*Marriage, K»irili, and death announce- near future: Standing in the door
should be clas.- < <1 as such, and not CHAS. SAMPSON - - B urns , O il the people of East Oregon generally and Harney Valley especially
« free, butn i en t solicited ns news.
against the machinations of nil organzed petty cliques that sought
as samples. This elicited the fol
r*Liberal »a'u » offered to religious sutial. ways of farm houses a! out sunrise, ! the family supplies, necessaries, and
by fraudulent misrepresentation to advance the private interests of a
» - -J
'.educational & jug ; is .
distant objects, towns, farms, m tin- luxuries, common to Eastern tov ns, lowing response:
few at the expense of the many. Believing that "The sober second
lure abundantly furnished by the
j TICE TO FOREiG.X AL\ r RTlSERs.
of the people is always right and always effective,” and that
PORTLAND - -- -- -- - OREGON
Sic ruspe» ifull.\ KoluititiM vour
utirb put rutiage horses grazing on the raiigcs, are! . genera] merchandise stores at rea-
"Truth is mighty and will prevail,” T he H erald has steadfastly fol-
■ desire to keep our rv:. :< if
s.ed as to tlic pi< tured on the atmo:-ph< re and
ground under cultivation the past
firius •< oout v iih, cor
I’Joot.s and relia
1 >wed the right , and the people have given it a moral and material
13 years; stalks (exclusive of roots)
'’adeu'-c will i»e save d b.v referring to the rise up from the grc-Uiid like iiuigie:
GEO. POPE à CO.
BJIINS AND IIAKNEY
support that renders its permanency beyond question. As it has
¡Hug Btaumtws hf . • t U|iou our cin uin-
•it this and adjpiii . . •i uni If t:
art the two principal towns of Har
worked indefatigably and unselfishly in the interest of the people, it
-o trull drawn that H iir-ml•• of a ney valley, where, as will Le seen filled, grain line and large; planted WOO L G RA D E R S ,
now asks for patronage that will yield something more than a bare
family living several miles awav i by our advertising columns, about in \pril.
job I work
existence. It has become valuable to all as a general newspaper, and
l-'irli v planted late, in April, on
r X CTJJj ery »luBcript^en e.-.u' u • u
h ma u ts fn-m horn-. < an distinguish th • per-' ail lines of busin -s are near equal
2,*L.OA a . espatuh, at retb
s :cs of the family ns they walk to the present demand—teachers, new ground, 12 inches high.
Is Now a fixed Institution of the Valley.
Mas. A lmeda S tengeil —Burns, -COMMISSION M E RC HANTS
about the yard: ,.s brother from fa lawyers, dot tors, printers, druggists,
1 ev ,r: ' «Mae.
i'iilHc;'. f ,
; u"v - Hi i'.s.
Nt.-e 1, • a- s. »a. > li;- t
22: Barley, sowed last year, I g 3»'* CONSIGNMENTS HO|,I< ITED—
3 Alice EC»»ran«lM,
Invita . < s, L>u».v< is. 11».
’»1 a host rf
THE SOIL AND CLIMATE
blacksmiths, butchers, saddlers, on cultivated ground; 36 inches —ADVANCES MADE ON WOOL.
high; stalk bulky, grain well filled.
ers, builders, jewelers, etc.
, ., j H erald is jkep' rvgularlv on Cl»» for re- of llarnev valley are an exact coun
I *vd »th* -e, in «he Geo. P. R avu -. i Nev.spanci Ad-
Alfalfa, cut above the ground;
Each of these two towns is the
terpart of that of Umatilla county
ing Bureau, 10 Sp in e st.. New 1 .»rz
fine, strong, in blossom, 27 inches
I T h E E as t O regon H era ld |
«t r*rfil r <——1^—
; I c it ld i
county in the .-fate. Very little has
A. J. B rown .—Near llarnev. June
been done fowards w la-.-.L r.--isiur value, that will serve in the future 23: Alfalfa, in blossom, average Bo* ton Agency with DENNY, RICE & CO. Has, from the initial number to the present, persistently and impres
1Ò2 Federal al
sively maintained that the Harney country was one of the finest
here, as vet. but tho. e have been to render ah ealthy degree of com- aland 3o inches high.
agricultural regions in the Union, needing only the presence of indus
’ CLUBS ^.„1,
trious farmers to develop its wonderful resources. To prove the truth
Tile expectations of the ambi-
V» i jam
of Hie strong language in its columns, the proprietor gave up a part
ti .us ad
advocate of the natural ad Harney; June 23: Lett"Ce, Oak
er p iarge -'ary vf Inlertar
.'«III, V» . .Sviliti cents a pound— 3 per Lushel. Oats
:g i:p the chi. BRry »4 War
R v 'J' i C ki Procter
of his office room to the exhibition of the products of the Valley,
vantages offereil the people ly II.ir L .f variety; root 4 inches around;
;ary uf Navy
benjamin r'. Tiare» and barley grow equally well, i.i.d
- Burns, Or and urgently asked for specimens < f actual growth mid for everybixiy
is y valley will be realized in less leaves green and I rown variegated; E. D. GRAY
80, as a jrtiiitaryof AgrkuîtL c
Jeremiah M. Lusk bring 3 to 4 J cents p<rp«und.
uev Genera! .
Win. il. 11. Miner
to call and inspect them. Attached to each spi-cimen was the name
than twelve months by the estab stalks white, crisp and tender;
John Wanamaker fulfil ai d red e >ver grow luxuri-
.measured 20 inches straight across —( J EN E R A I, R E PA IRI NG— of the producer, often with the mode of cultivation. This win a
lishment of a
the face of th'1 head from tip to tip
i •’- N. Ih»lnh.
tangible, practical presentation of the matter, which any one could
NEW LAND OFFK E
finely, l'astur. g, is excellent, nat
I J. H. Mit« be.
verify. How "uccessful this movement bus been, hundredscan testify.
in Harney valley, «here there are of outside leaves (exclusive of
eß’er i'v ■ ; u > er,
All T he H erald asks in return for itsefforts to serve the people, is
ha that sells at 12 and t 18 p* r lands of the public domain as fine
U.AY.VV vdo ,
an incre-ise of public patronage—n modest request when it is consid
ten in the winter. Ail cereal ere;* ns those already taken up by tho Burns; June 26: Alfalfa, in blos
M-, C..I >À.f»Kÿic ÍMSrac.
J. i . .Mi hiru?.
ered that it returns to each patron more than his money’s worth.
first-comers, sufficient to furnish
m___ -—.Printer ...
Frank 1 nkei
» R. S. Mrahan.
thousands of families with homes. som, 42 inches high.
Promptly executed. The building hw* been en If each resident of, the Harney country will subscribe or renew for
r *v~. I*. L.»r<i,
Mas. Tiros. H askell .—June 26; large i h : 'I improved and in urepari'i to turn himself and take one or more copies to send abroad, it will so extend
In winter the weather is cold but Also, a county-sent for
ail kin«!* of blackatnifliing on bhort notice
Gooseberries on a single branch; out
: ut :
Tin. H erald ’ s sphere of usefulness as to enable all to claim that it
and in the beat aty le. Term«. < u«li.
pleasant, the usual effects of alti
J a . F ke ,
L. R and ,
tude being chex ked I v the gentle
8 inches long: 5 bearing twigs to
chinook. or wi st wind. The snow tion of affairs pertaining to this the branch, containing 151 very
Is a true Advocate of the Harney Country
. w. Gn.n«M fall is sufficient to preserve wheat
large berries; weight of whole, one- Pked Front Liverv & Feed
J. T. HHo:r.i.ii
W. E. G ra < e anil supply moisture that is not
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD
V. J. M iller furnished by rains. In summer
Flowers: A boquet of cut flowers,
L ytle H oward there is a pleasant breeze constant now in course of construction will
T. B. JnmtF
from Sweet William _ grown from II. ( Al.DWELL.
P ropri etom .
W. K. GRADfiM ly blowing, which tends to keep
last year's seedlings; 4 colors, ma-
A. A. < O..ING agreeable weather, no matter how ley, and afti r that what more is
MEDIUM OF ADVERTISING,
roon. i. 2 shades, magenta, and pink A CASH BUSINESS AT BED-
. E. ALBERTO5
L. B. B aker hot the sun’s rays, and the nights
Under these conditions it is not and white variegated.
Tm: H erald presents unusual Advantages. It is centrally located in
coed enough to make covering de
M rs . T. A. M c K innon .—Near
LAXD office :
neces«ary to say that the first to
a n< w and rapidly growing country, where manufactures of all kinds
A. F. S nelling
W. M Toasrtxi. der cover
comfortably the year procure homes will be the first to tions. raised from last year’s seed fa our Fiintto. Good Pnirffv T crhir , and Nice are n<<de<l. We will noon have direct railroad communication with
reap tho harvest of the forehanded,
Live business men of tioth sections should
Saddle Hora» a Forr»!*h*,«l at Ke8*onnble< barge* Portland arid the East.
for the fact is self- jvident. The lings. Very large and very fine.
and Particular Attention paid to th»- Boarding
T. A. M< K innon —Burns; June and «>rootiihigof Transient Stock. Hay A Grain use T iie H erald ’ s columns to secure this great and growing trade.
Its rales, proportion* d to its circulation, are reasonable.
There is no timber in the valley
29; Barley 52 inch' - high.
Pill' RF'R xbyui ¿ f
except along the water course, s ,'ttle is particularly extended to
i I 1 -_D‘ •*> odd rcll bv - Hall, every Saturday at
where there is a light growth of the industrious of all classes of timothy with heads measuring from
birch and an unusually large, heavy farmers and stock-raisers.
8 to 10 inches in length.
T ho ». STEriiENs: near Burns; Ju
' äph L MAIL*.
GREAT NATVRAI. CTRIOSITY.
TEBM4, IN ADVANi B:
cent mountains are heavily tim
ly 16; Grass, red-top, 31 in. bight. Mrs. Ixaiis Racine, - - Proprietress
I»— V ai »:
A limited numberof guest* ran secure the One copy one year. .
tain-mahogany. etc. Saw-mills are
Malheur Cave is located on a sage one seed; -V) acres in.
■r»dayw. Saturday*.» p n»
lorlging nMiHi* in the town
____ .... 450
In. . la, a. »'ridai a. I .Aia tn located in the pineries, and the lum brush plain about 1 mile from the
*upi»lieilwith ail Kimi*
M? t pin B rob ., one mile north of at thi- honi«*
ber, which is of the best quality, head of the south fork of the Mal Burns. Aug. 2d. barley 44 inches,
pea.|a>a. Erl.la’, a. 1 a tn.
Five copies, one year. .
r< ; *
T he H erald with any Periodical or .Magazine at dubbing ratea.
There is a small basin at its
CANYON city AOVERTÎREMFNTS.
S. J. M otiikrshead .—Aug. 4.
i fl nn-i
timothy 43 in- her long, and appar
•t rh>ri y- *■
I*’ 'all on or ad'lress
i I t . It ba? »<
The cave is 2fi feet wide and 6 ently not nearly grown.
produced in the Harney country
t> y the H**
> is w •• •‘*'4
C. A. MW I.EK.
are large, finely flavored, abundant feet high at its entrance, and has
C has . Z iegler .—Poison ererk,
D. L. GRACE,
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