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_ East Oregonian: Peter Frenc h.
enter it bv
of Hamev county, one of the great-
"/ force of circumstan- -«
noon reports the death to-day at Or ert of Orog.'n s cattle kings was a
Harney was speedily released and
W,M1S«SOS. D. C . <
May. M. lw t
departed for Washington from
tucesday . may u
TAKE N oth
fur home. He expres*ed himself
whence he returned to his command
Senator Arthur P Gorman, the Horney, the oldest officer in fhe as favorably impressed with what
D. L. GKACE. > - - Ec. vff.
at St. Louis. He issued several man who won the only democratic United States army.
he saw of Pendleton dunng his
Harrison made the bi-st appoint fortv-five minute«’ stay. He has
proclamations, warning the people nat-.nal victory for more than thir-
T he President has extended a of Missouri of the dangers of seces tv year- is the individual that nine ment that he has yet made when he just complet'd a sale of several
general amnesty to SO.iJUO army de sion and the evil effects that wuuld out of every ten democrats in Wash selected Ex-Gov. Thompson, of th usand head of cattle to Montana
follow the dissolution of the Union. ington has referred to by name as South Carolina a* the democratic partie«.
In May, 1*61. he entered into an the only proper successor to the member of the • ivil Service Com —As said before reports show a
T he United States supreme court agreement with General Sterling late ex-enator Wm. H. Barnum. mission. Gov. Thompson was As larger acreage of wheat sown this
has sustained the constitutionality Price,
Handing the militia of chairman of the National democrat- sistant Senetarv of the treasury un season in this valley than was ever
of the Scott Exclusion Act.
Missouri. to make no military move ic committee, whose death oc der Cleveland’s administration, before attempted.
Dalton’s load of lard,
ment so long as peace was main curred in the early part of the and was during the last day* of _ \V.
Leading Merchant of Harney Ccz
T he Eugene Guard publishes an tained by the State authorities. week. Among the small minority Congress appointed by Mr. Cleve- br.'-on. dried fruit« and fencing wire
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entertaining column for the Euras He was soon after relieved of his who object to Senator. Gorman be-
ian Society of the State University, command and on August 1, 1863, cause he is not regarded as enthu- just received from a Republican ing.
DRY GOODS. CLOTHING,
C ai «
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BOOTS, SHOES. GROCERIES. HARDW ap ,
and two bright young ladies edit having spent forty-five years in ac ?;aatie enough in the cause of tariff President, but the Senate did not >_ C. A. Swt-ek and family ar
ST<>VES TINWARE. CROCKERY. i ,1 \ Ji , ¡Xi
ing the column Misses Emiua Dor tive service in the army, he was r< ' rm. is Senator Pugh of Ala act on liis nomination.
PAINTS. OILS GI.A<<. PUTTY THE dm 5u3
Ex-Congressman Frank M Pal last week.
ris and Anna Roberts retire to give placed on the retired list. T «"o bama, who thinks the appointment
X-Bud Baird, brother of Joseph
SULTANA RAZORS AND "I X I. UUTI.FRv
place to Misses Nellie Straight and years later, on March 13th. he was -ii' dd go to e fine man whose tariff mer, formerly portmaster at Chi Baird, now lying very sick at hi*
CIGARS. AND A THOUSAND OTHER ARTTr
ideas arc in exact accordance with
home near Burn*, arrived on Satur
TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION
It is evidently the purpos* of the day from Montana.
and faithful service—a tiim ly recog those of ex-President Cleveland.
nition of at. honest and capable man. There is little doubt, however, that republican politician« to make the. —Pet r French was in Burns CHEAPEST HOUSE in Eastern Crcr:a F*
A llarney Valley Fair.
.Senau r G .-man will have the re- census bureau an asylum for their Sunday.
Er> H ebald : In relation to the
f .-¿1 ft;.- r.-.tion. Some of his political proteg'«. The Interior
—Ontario mail comes in on Sun
Hartley county Fair—Having met
f-.<n¿-l.e.-e-.hink that he will re Department has decided that the day at 6 p. m. instead of Mondays,
with encouragement both in T he
appointments in this bureau are as hitherto.
H ekalti and in pe rson from go ■ 1 which apprarod in the last :-- l ? ■ f ír : a. -:: it. It will be a par
not under the civil service rules.
Cany n mail now arrive* Mon-
ty . A.tun if h- does.
and responsible parti— 1 will -r.y
•“Jingo Jim" Blaine was envious« The Lur^.^.Lave next year dgv*, Wednesday* ar^l Fridays,
that we will keep the Fair befort
Hamlin, was the ooh- statejar j colt f the
created and the noto- when it gets regularly to work, over and depart* T i-- lay*, Thuradaya
your reader- for f <metiir. until
Tit 1O O r office
1500 clerks, besides an army of and Saturdays.
hear from a few more; then a meet
several horsemen cf this cur. tv. nial evict r-t; :i in New York of special agents, and the most of —The senior in the cattle firm of
ing will be called to organize and go
who stated that there were several Washington's inauguration, conse these will be kept for two years or Singletarv. Hays A Brooks was in
that an- entitled to be placed quently be did not accompany the longer. It will be a great conven Burns, Monday, with C. W . Jones.
in the standard list.
—Silver creek is well represented
Presidential party when it left here ience to prominent republicans to
In order to define what consti- Monday morning. He had a good use these positions to pay off their in Ilarnev this week.
I>«*ath of General IJamey.
• - g-lr 1 hor~e and to excuse ia the attack of lumbago political del ts, and if the appoint —Burns has been lively the past GEO. McGOWAN.
The great American citizen in eataolish a breed of fr<-s on a more from which he has leen suffering ments were made under civil ser- few days. Yes. Burns is the Boss
Town of Harney Valley, "and don t
Age;.: flor Starvr A Walker. vlMteoo!« dcalert in
A. F. SNELL
whose honor Harney county was intelligent hasis, the f< ¡lowing
fur eon. days, ar.d several cf his vic? rules that would be impossible. you forget it.”
named, has ended his earthly ca arc- adopted to control admissi on to frensd, knowing that a little noto
Tiie falling weather of the past
reer. We give the following from the records of pedigrees. When an riety would have a wonderful effect place for his brother is now. so it is
WAGONS, BUGGIES & CARRI ac '0”0“’ —
the San Francisco Daily Examiner, animal meets the requirements of on hi- drooping spirit« proceeded «aid. about to appoint Blaine's two week« has rejoiced the heart«
'■ U nitbd S tatks L
keview, Oregon, J
and invite any of our reader* to con admission and is duly registered, to drop myst rious hints alout brother to one of the most lucrative
every other industrious man in the
SS- Agent for Fireman’s Fund Insunncc Compsny
tribute any other matter of interest it shall be accepted a a standard Blaine and paralysis in the hear Jo.-al office s in Washington-Register Harney country. We have good
they may possess regarding the trotting-bred animal:
, reports of the growing crops from
ing of several correspondents of of Wills.
. Sept. IK. 1K88, up
1. Any stallion that has himself New York papers. That was
The new Secretary of Agricul all over the county.
late General’s history:
William Selby Harney, the old a record of two minutes and thirty- enough for the er.t rprising manip- ture in order to prove his familiari
—Dr. Horton the dentist will
est officer in the United States seconds (2:30) cr Letter, provided
r> of Washington news. Viv ty with farming implements, and !r:v- his office supplied with all the
> the present timi
, :’ 2:35 id imagination* supplied what was maybe to get solid with the farmers latest appliances for doing dental
army, was born in Louisiana, ac any of
Toilet Articles, Glass, Putty, A:
cording to the army record, but ac or Letter, or provided his sire or his lacking, and Wednesday morning'.- cf the country, put in a half an work speedily and with as little
cording to his biographer« near dam is already a standard animal. paper.-: contained a highly st-nsa- hour cutting grass with a scythe in pain a.« possible. Will be in liar-, W. E. GRACE, PttorKiETOR,
2. Any mare or gelding that has tional account of .Secretary Blaine’s the grounds surrounding his de ney after May 10th.
Haysboro, Davidson county. Ten
—Grant County News: Postmas
nessee. on August 27, 1800. His a record of 2:30 or better.
A Large AaKrtment of
>ri»K irom the si
having a stroke of paralysis and of
>r filed in thia ol
3. Anv horse that is the fire ( f the attempt of his family and course li? was entirely ignorant of ter Cresap tO'k his departure Fri
parents were well-to-do and greatly
respected. He entered the army at two animals with a record of 2
’ rt is ordered t hi
friends to keep it a secret. The the fact 'hat several newspapermen the I. O. O. F. grand lodge.
lblication for T,
the age of eighteen, being appointed or better.
evening papers of the game day had
X-Judge Ison is home from his
Has just been Received.
^H bsald .»™»
Second Lieutenant in the first In 4. Any horse that is tlie tire of denials of the story from Blaine’s entire performance.
| ■ California trip, improved in health.
’ A. F..SNEL
fantry from Louisiana. Just one 'one animal with a recor-l of 2:30 or family an l friends and the Secreta Republicans are already begin He will probably bold court at Har
year later he was raised to the First | l<etter. provided he has either of the ry was happy to think of the space ning to compare Harrison with; ney. which is to convene next Mon
Lieutenancy, which rank he held additional qualifications: 1. A given him in the newspapers not Hayes and Arthur: they say that day.
until May. 1825, when he was made record himself of 2:30 or t etter. 2. withstanding the pre«sure of centen he is timid almost to the extent cf —Special term of county court
last week was held to pronounce up ------------------------------------------------------------ ------------------------------------------ HEREBY GIVI
Is the sire of two otlr r animals with nial news and the friends that cowardice.
ttler hes fllcilri.
on Work done on jail. All that was
In 1833 he engaged in the Black a record of 2:35 er better. 3. Has started the whole story rejoiced at
It is said that the Post office De done was accepted as in accordance .
hawk war. Iieing then Major and a sire or dam that ¡3 already a ’he effect it had had. Blaine is by partment is appointing clerks in the with eontraet.
NE AR BURNS. OKEGOX.
. W«», viz;
Paymaster, and later on in the In standard animal,
H. a. Gliber
—Ed. Walton and Chas. Math
no means the first man to encour Railway M^il Service and dating
tor the 8E qr«
dian wars in Florida, distinguish-
5. Any mare that lias produced age newspapers to print reports in . their appointments in April iii ews
_ _ started
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qr, Sec S3, sod
:. SS E. He net
ing himself in the action at Fort an animal with a record of 2:30 cr order that they may deny them— order to avoid <■■mpliance with in the rain for a trip to Harney r I SAYER A- DORE
peor* Bi» i&
Mellon And in the defence of the better.
civil service rules under which all
K. Meader, J. I
all f(iT notoriety.
—Robort Hall, a prosperous
trading-house at Carloosahat* hie
6. Th? progeny of a standard
Post office officials are disa- such appointments should have stock-man of Drewaey, Ilarnev I
Keep» constantly on baud a large r.«k of
who dcsirc-fl to
on July 23, 1839.
horse when out of a standard mare. point d becaui' the Railway Mail l>een made since May.
such proof, or
county, was in the city during the
He was in oominand of several
7. The female progeny of a stand- Service pasn d under the control of Theodore Roosevelt of New Y'ork. week, wearing a cheerful counten
<>f the expeditions sent into the a rd horse when oat of a mare by a the Civil Service Commission who ha« just been appointed as one ance because of the tine bunch-1
deadly everglades of Florida to dis- standard horse,
Wednesday. May 1 . putting a «top of the republican Civil Service Com grass that has grown this summer.
—Wm. Miller has moved with
posses the Indians who had taken
8. The f male progeny of a s’.and- to th wholesale removals they were missioners is a pronounced free
refuge in them, and in December, ard hurso when out ofa mare wL - engaged in. By working after hours trader. Funn>- isn’t it, that a man his family to Harney. Billy is ac-1
knowledged by all of the circuit !
1840, was brevetted Colonel for gal- dam is a standard horse,
they succeeded in changing about elected President solely because he judges to bo the best circuit court
lant and meritorious conduct
9. Any mare that has a record one-third of the 5300 employes of was a rigid protectionist should clerk they have ever met, and what i
When the war broke out with Mexi- of 2:35 or better, and wh - «ire or that branch of the Government ser give « n h a ¡c : ... mt appointment *• Grant county’s loaa is Harney a
co Colonel Harney was among the 'lam is a standard,
vice, and if Harrison had consented to a free trader.
first to enter that country, and af
—T. J. Shields, judge of Harney
to give them th twenty day exten
And all kindpof surlacelumber thorcryrhly FtsFoned for building ptn-’OF.
An I hi*» Name i*- Ipplr.
county, was in town last week con-
ter the action at Medellin on March
sion that was asked for they would
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25, 1847. he was mentioned for his
A man by the name of Apple is not have left a single democrat, but
a subject of get oral interest, and it
bravery, and in the battle of Ccrro justice of th? peace of Hilgard pre- having already extended the time
which Harney county shall pay to
Gordo he was brevetted Brigadier- ‘cinct. Union county H may be once, Harrison hadn't the cheek to
Grant and the amount to be de
General for his gallantry.
sound, but how can he be square.— do it again without any other ex hovels to the palaces on Fifth Ave ducted for the value of county prop N. B. A Good road all the wav.
nue, in a beautifully illustrated ar erty. as provided in the bill for the
In the Hioux war in 1855 he com- E. O.
m . r.
cuse than the replacing of de-mo- ticle in Demorest’- Monthly Maga creation of Harney county. They
pleU-ly defeated the Indians at
Oh. let up on his shape: what we cratic clerks by republicans.
zine for June. It takes you. by fail# 1 to come to an understanding,
Sand Hills on the North Fork of want to know is. do-« he ever p t
Surgí >n General Hamilton, of the way of illustrations and discriptions, and Judge Fee was called upon to
the Platte river, and three years mellow? If he is gre. n and our,
DICKSON <fc SULLIVAN
Marine Hospital Service think« that froth the squab-r of the 5-cent lodg make a majority on one side or the
later he was placed in command of you can I et there are no flies on
other. He has not rendered a deci
J. L. Bosenberg. Mixologist.
yellow fever is bi. ught into Florida ing-houses. through the various sion but will at an earlv dav.
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the Department of Oregon.
him—Baker City Reveille.
by smuggling vessels. An extra phases of life to the gorgeous mod
It was during his incumbency of
We will rise right here and sug
Everything in our line of the Best. Liquors—Wiii-k ol"X-n«
this post that General Harney gest that if the unfortunate justice
M incs. Fancy Drinks, etc.. Cigars, etc., always on'’Txim'hi«*
cruise off the Florida coast to look the Astors and Vanderbilts. In
It is rumored about town:
brought himself into int< rnatio ia! happens to lie rotten, he’d be a bad
vou call on "Unde Dick,” at Drewsev. Hamev cot too*
thia number is found also “Amuse That Lux. Miller <t Mason de-
prominence and came near embroil one to sit down on some of the out for the smugglers.
ing the United States with Great ski k-haired attorneys. Bet what
Department is to be utilized in so radically from our amusements, can in the Harney country.
Britain The island of San Juan, a "soft” snap for a hard case.—
gathering statistics fur the census. are amusing to read about, espe-
That the Shirk case will not be
lying just off Vancouver island, ha«i Tim-s-Mouutaineer.
THE TOWN OF LAKEVIEW
A circular has been sent out by the cil y as the article is so finely illus- called up this term of court
lur.g been a bone of contention be
Lake Co., Oregon.
Now, this thing has gone far
department to each of the 58,000 trated. “How to form a club,’’ by
That John Devine has not sold AS IT IS VOICED BY ITS LOCAL NEWSPAPER A H
tween the Governments, tut Har- en< ugh. If th:» Apple has stem
pcstmasters, instructing them to. "Jenny June/’ is necessarily wel! out stock nor lands.
ney, on July 9. 1859. precipitated sufficient to hang on to hi* branch
render all the assistance possible written, and in a chatty way gives
BUSINESS MEN abroad arc that LAKEVIEW. Lake co.. Or., roti'afr«: Tq
matter* by landing a force on the of tlie legal profession, and isn’t so
That Wm. Page will appear for -"■■■ : t Mlaoaa; 1 brewery: 1 undertaker: 2 latin-lriea: 2 furniture »«Wfcrvurite
to the census bureau. As there will much good advice. There are nu trial
at this term of circuit court.
market: 3 lawyers 3 phyalclar.a: 1 aurveyor; 1 land agent; 1 dentist; 1»
island and hoisting tiie Stars and seedy as to le a disgrace to the
be no pay for this work the post merous other interesting articles
tlackami;ha: 2 harneaa abojs; 1 livery .table: 1 bakery: 3 general inertM
England immediately bench, what lusine** have news-
1 milliner «hup: 1 real estate agent; 1 sa-v-ir.ill. Also. 2 Masonie I
masters are not likely to take to it and amusing stories, and a full-
complained to the Departin'nt of, paper« poking fun at hin;—Milton
p’.ar kxige: 3 Odd Fellow a’ lodges: 1 United Working Men 'a lodge.
page water-color of “Water-Lilies” the Hurns church Sunday week,
the State, which r-suited in Har- Eag’-.
Ex-Gov. Alcorn of Mi«si?«ippi, is is well worth framing It is a beau and every citizen in the county will
This is getting too personal, and
He was subsequently assigned to we understand Mrs. Apple i* l>e- here to see Harrison. He is not af- tiful number and will no doubt l-e there to take part.
THE HOPKINS HOU
to the Department of the West. an<l cider self with grief. Apple says ter office himself but would proba- have an immense sale.
That Harney is going tn abolish
in April. 1861. while on his way be will not be »queeaed too much bly like to have something to MV
Pu'.li’li 1 by W. J ennings D e - "th-upper town, lower town" jeal-
M. D. HOPKINS, P rofkiktor .
from St Louis, hi« headquarters, to and has jueled himself, ready for a about the federal patronage of his ’ioKEST. 15 East 14th Sreet. New ot - - for the public good and
settle down to business, so as to give
EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CU^J
Washington lie was arrested by the mill « ¡th his tormentor« Dmp it. state. Gov. Alcorn is not an r J- York.
a : w • <>odle-heads in Burns a
T iie E ast O regon H erald , mirer of the negro as a citizen.
Confederate* at Harper’* ferry and
chance t • work a similar depress-
taken to Richne nd. Theru he learns from latest advices the Ap Hear him on the subject; "The ne Ai»;»n:>it. local natter *. : g ra-k- • on th t town—wouldn’t
met with n>any old aiqunintanees. ple aforesaid isn’t green enough to gro is r.ot a white man with a black
do forte .towns in th- valley to be Thig Hotel it new (Beute. R ootm . end rumíture; and offers ecur*«**
—Strawberries and cherries are afflicted with the same evil at the
who urged him to join the South silently stand all the paper* arc skin. He is a different r.ie>. He
giving him; says he’ll leave out no is »barbarian, and barbarians can ripe in Willamette valley: why' same time.
IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOCSE.
<>n meeting General Ix-e Harney pipet till it get.« all the apple-sass not rule civilized people. His head Because they were set out to grow,
said to him: "1 am sorry to meet it can stand, and they’ll all find he’s is covered with wool, he is a sheep and ripen. So long as Hamev val A San Frat.< -■ newspaperman
The white man has straight hair ley sets out nothing, in the way of has jr.st given Paddy Ryan the
you in this way" Ia-e replied: “I net the sort to dry up etsy.
like a lion. The negro is an infant. fruits t:< 'Ling will result, as hither «' -st thrashing he ever haid in his General Blacksmith & Wagon
had no idea of taking any part in
He has the flat nose. the retreating to
THE LEIM’.EP LIBRARY
life, i he professional pugilist
IL R. SCHLÄGEL ------
thia matter. I wanted to stay at
< hin. the protruding lip’ of an in
• n. r
nte • ii r.--• !■>
si. ul l never f ..1 with new«paper
Arlington »nd raise potato, • for my Ladaat MLrary X* \ « 1 ItHrtv'er.'ir:
It w>]] take centuries < f de
men who are not r verned bv the
IK. I •
‘ b’ V-r I I ! N *.«•»>»- j-K velopment to thoroughly fit him quit sick last week
family, but my friends force.I me in “Vnltni■'>
M.irqi;,« of <|n>-. nsl«rry rule* ener Frer*!»t to do alt Kindt of Wort fn the B’srttinith Hue. He™»
X»’ x 4»p*r, O; F« und.
—Wi ; 'filler and family arrived vated by the enfeebling practices of
‘X’toatnatrr «4 M. •»'•»«. t»» P'hat «• •
Jr for civilization."
Lr lgrr LAW«rjF X< i WptT X* Ik un«i, tl.W.
This is a t< rrible indictment, safely in Harney last week.
th-* prize ring, nor unrestrained bv
General Harney also met Gener Any of the f« fta Inn w< rka w il It »»rpued
r> member, it comes not from a
bv» her Es- • ■' J St»».,« > w. «i
—Chas Ziegler has a fine three trace. Fighting with a newspap r 4
al Joseph F. Joimatonc who told I- bj at«*
d> tins rat but from a man who was
pwd» ••• »b« ra*
«*t ib» pri* ». by
is worse tha.ii making mouths at
him that he wa* opposed to the war
ROBÍMT rcXM K .« ‘ X«*.
a whig before the war and a repub week« old colt that will compare your moth- r-:n-l.»w, or menkeving
L b ; «aa t>rib:>ix«3.
favorably with any in the country with a l utz saw.
but that hr had t*»>n compelled to
tVt WU’tam ted
» ft x<w
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1. MEDICINES, PAINTS.
ÀFLui st ic
T he D rewsey S aloon .