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city, and Mr. Harrison lacked the
at N. Brown's.
nerve to make the app- intment. C. ; J. E. Mckinnon, N. G.; J. 8.
by prominent citizens of Burns to
And again: Some time ago John Bowen, R. 8. N. G. and F. M. Jor —The new Enterprise school was the Presiding Elder, Rev. Ira M ake-
THURSDAY, JUKI «, ìmu
Sherman was promised tl«at Ex dan. L. 8. N. G. The pall-bearers opened bv Mis» Ida Roberts on field, of the M. E. Church, Rev.
O. L. GKACK. • - - Editor.
congressman Hart, of Ohio, should were Messrs. A. C. Worthington, Monday. This is the second school Wm. Bartholomew was changed
be appointed Solicitor General; D. B. Fisk. L. B. Baker, Win. Skin house built by this district, and from Long Creek to Harney circuit,
V ol . 1, No. 1, of Copp’s Land Hart was telegraphed to and told ner. D. Jamison, and Chas, Gun- this the fourth consc« utive three- and will hold meetings in the val
Bulletin, published at 706, 8th st., to come on and get the appoint ther. The work was done with inonth term, taught by the same ley as follows:
N. W., Washington. D. C., is on our ment. Quay made a big row ac credit to the Order and was a spec- teacher. Dr. Embree is an un 1st Sabbath in each month, in
desk, and is a much needed publi cusing Sherman of lying, etc., and taele of interest to all.
Burns, at 11 a m; and at the
cation. It furnishes lists of agri intimating that the administration
—Harry Bressler, late of Baker and, with the aid of a fcnv equally Island schisil house at 3 p m.
cultural, mineral, homestead, cash, might go to—Jericho, for all he City, a Practical Watchmaker and intelligent American citizens, has
2d Sabbath at Harney, at
timber-culture, and other patents cared. Once more Harrison's back Optician will lie in Burns after cir kept the district in live working or m, at 7 p m.
issued from the General Land Of bone went back on him, and Hart’s cuit court. lie is now at Buck der, and every child in it getting
3d Sabbath at Burns, at 11
the direct benefit of the law made
fice. Also, lists of contested eases appointment has not yet lieen made land’s Hotel.
for the protection of their educa 4th Sabbath at Evergreen school Leading Merchant of Harney^S?
decided by the Secretary of the out. The cases mentioned ar.- well
—Citizens of Burns and vicinity tional interests, despite every ad
Interior and the Commissionea of known, doubtless there are many
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house on Silver creek at 11 and «
the General Land Office with indi similar ones that the public never will meet at the town (Burns) hall verse impediment put in the way
cations of the successful parties. hears of, but these are sufficient to next Saturday at 2 p m, for the of the district's advancement. 1 he p in.
BOOTS, SHOES. GROCERIES. HAl!' ’ Xi"“'
Also, notes on important rulings, prove that the Senator's indictment purpose of making arrangements latest development is a new comer —F. W. DeLentmen, cattle man
STOVES. TINWARE. CllOi KERy
I* *. .a the
PAINTS, OILS. GLASS, BI TTY. TilEu^'iV^r
for celebrating July 4.
and other matters of interest to peo is a true one.
building his shanty to the school from Silver ereek was in T hs . H er
SULTANA RAZORS AND I N I. < , (
ple concerned in obtaining titles to
Oklahoma can't have a national /-The present severe hot weath house just vacated so a removal of ald oilice Wednesday, and evinces
CIGARS; AND A TIIOl SAXD OTllUt 1 “,nll,e4by
public lands. $3 a year, and a file Lank. So says the Attorney Gen er is threatening the yield of grain, of the building will be necessary much interest in the agricultural
TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION—____ -
will be kept in the Reading Room eral to whom the application was as it is forcing it to a destructive before the children can again as value of the valley.
HOUSE in Eastern Or^|K
for inspection by any one desirous referred by the Treasury depart maturity that is most dishearten semble for studies.
—Any lady who will bring a
of seeing a copy la-fore subscribing. ment. .
eake with her next Tuesday to
ing to the farmer.
—Sol. King, with his daughter-in
Some absurd rumors about the
donate the church festival, will
A n exhibition of the western sending of an English man of war —Friday a week ago the Odd law, Mrs. Abe. King, of Diamond, greatly aid the enterprise.
to make Am
teacher's ability to meet an emer to Alaska waters to prevent the pro Fellows turned out to bury H. D. and infant, were at the'Burns hotel
md thtu »aid
gency’ is to be seen on the site of visions of Harrison’s recent procla
the late school house in Agency val mation. as to the seizure of all ves- r interred the remains of Joseph to Corva^is, Op-gon.
Of applicants for teachers' certifi
». 2C93, for w;
ley in Malheur county. The house seis found illegally taking seals, Baird.
—Miss Lena Wuc'icrer, sister of
f NEqr, Sec
cates commenced Wednesday after
burned to the ground a short while from I cing carried out. forcibly if —We give full program of the Mrs. Paul Locher, arrived on the
noon, at the Burns school house,
it; Fred BUa
since and Mr. McGreggan has built necessary, have been floating Odd Fellow’s burial of
Vale-Burns’ stage Tuesday even
under the supervision of Prof. Ba
a shed of lumber, thatchted the around here this week, but nobody Baird for the benefit of our
MISCELI.ANEOI S A ! i \ F'!TKEM!? Xn^d.
kerand board of examiners. Messrs.
ce of siu h pl
roof with straw and sod, and is con seemed to take any stock in them who have never witnessed their fu —Geo. Stanclift of Happy valley
Newell and Roberts, and was vigor
tinuing his term of school while the
Justice Miller of the Supreme neral ceremonials. The affair was was in Burns Sunday.
ously conducted by all concerned,
directors are making ready to re Court, having failed in his purpose touchingly beautiful, and the
— Mack, brother of Dude Cavin, until Friday evening.
of getting ex-Sccretary of War Mc utmost decorum was observed
The following is a list of the
Crary appointed as his successor, throughout by the large mixed con is in Burns from Burnt River val
BrRy. ■ ..,^>¡4
’ standing on the Superin-
IN HERALD OFFICE,
The Polk County Times: The or rather in getting a promise to ' gregation of people.
Open every day except Sunday, from 9 a iut<. N0TICj
—Jim Moore charged with biga tendent’s register for this year’s
Oregon Pacific will resume work that effect from Harrison, now says
—The members of the church
and finish the connection with that he has no intention of retiring. choir are Miss Maggie Welcome,
Even’ Lady and Gentlemen a welcome Visitor to ti
Boise City by January 1, 1890.
Washington has been the scene soprano, and organist, Mrs. Byrd, and word sent the authorities here II. J. Manly,
The announcement was made of some very heavy fighting among tenor, Miss Lula Harris, and Mrs. on Wednesday evening, and Con Chas. Newell.
>ul : \ «nue
Thursday by Mr. Wallish Nash., sr:me of the I ig follows in the repub- Bartholomew, soprano, Miss Cora stable Cheatham had him in town Jno. E. Roberts,
Geo. W. Hayes.
vice president of the Oregon Pacific, lican party during the past week, Harris, alto, W. C. and Chas. Byrd, on the following Monday.
Miss Ida Ro! erts,
that he had been authorized by Blows have past that will be le bass.
—Oakdale Graphic: The McGin A. F. Rittertusch,
telegraph from New York to take membered fur years and revenged
Z-The Burns Brass Band met leys had a good house Monday, Mrs A. J. Allphin, 1st grade,
and Sunday and made arrangements to February, 9th, and kept the audi Miss Lena Harkey, 2d grade,
necessary steps to have „ work begun too,
if the ..j.,™.comes,
on the road at once. There is no it most always docs come when practice for the Fourth; the follow ence laughing and cheering for two Miss Teresa Young, 2d grade,
V, «u«n<e of
Miss Rose Hembree,3d grade,
CHAS. E. BOSWELL
doubt that the strongest railroad patiently waited for. The cause ing is a list of the members:
hours. Mr. and Mrs. MqGinley
Chas. Byrd, cornet,
men in the United States have be of the fighting is the same th.ng
rendered "Matrimonial Masquerad
J. C. PARKER, BURNS. AGENT.
Julian Byrd, 1st alto,
come interested in the completion that always causes strife among the
ing” with spirit. The little lady
leaders—distribution of the patron Chas. Roussell, tuba,
of the road.
fairly captured the audience, while
Robt. Huston, baritone,
ih h‘* lice 1
An advertisement in a New York age. The first skirmish was be
Leaves VALE on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridai
dressed in the attire of a young
Lee Caldwell, trombone,
Arrives at BURNS on Tuesdays. Thursdays, and S; ea V t oà»
E. B. Gray, B-tlat cornet,
paper is published for subscrip
gentleman, by lighting a match
Leaves BURNS on Mondays, Wednesday and EriJ. a bun
L. N. Brown, tenor drum,
tions to the amount of 15,000,000, Illinois and Senators Cullum and
abaft her hip pocket. In every
Arrives at VALE on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and8iur^j^|9||
Farwell, of the same State. Can Chus. Mel’heeters, 2d alto,
which is the remainder of the $15.-
part of the play she was excellent,
I. C. Welcome, bass drum,
000,000 mortgage provided for.
and hi r busband was not lacking.
M. N. Fegltv, leader, cornet,
ggr*Close connection at VALE with stage for ONT - i ’ koof .
The directors of the company com- pointed collector of Internal reve Henry Welcome. B-flat cornet.
Later on Mr. McGinley gave a novel
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prise some of the most noted rail- , nue without consulting either of —E. A. King requests us to state exhibition of the "Musical Bottles.”
E IH FIERI
road men of the country nt
eu Bet Her 11
that his saw-mill is now in readi Mrs. McGinley sang two pieces, to
take final ii
head of whom stands John 1. Blair. of it so fur but the Senators swear
ness to accommodate the public
The road will open a section of
with lumber of every description that were charmingly rendered in
Oregon that is practically unde was a royal battle that has raged al) on demand: and will not be under voice and gesture. The entertain
veloped, and will be equal to the the week. It is over the Philadel sold by any lumber firm. Orders ment closed with ‘"Fun in an Combine, the juice of the Blue Figs of
phia Federal appointments. On
A|iothecary Shop.” The entertain California, so laxative and nutritious
discovery of a new state. This sec
the medicinal virtues of plants
side is “Cheap John” Wana- solicited.
r. K. K. Mi
"•< 0 >
ment must be seen. No country with
tion is rich in agricultural, pastoral
ill ol If. O
known to be most beneficial to the
<••> . Xe.«
newspaper lead pencil can describe humr.n system, farming the ON I Y PER
and mining resources, and timber
FROM PRINEVILLE TO Bl'RM
FECT REMEDY to act gcii.ly jet
; of lu-' h
it. The McGinleys were here a promptly on the
the finest in the world.
other Senator Quay alone, with all Burns at the close of court session year ago, and they have lost none of
The road C'osses four lines of his war paint on. The fight has in Harney.
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS
C. B B A KER, S ub-Con t ractor. I'd
ty at I lie
road in the Willamette valley, It been carried to the White House
—AND TO —
! r, rum
Leaven Prinevi”r \’« t-r’n e nt fi h m.
Hurt» Werart «ill to
offers the shortest route to the sea nearly every day anil poor Harri —Dr. and Mrs. Welsh, with their public. No one tires of the per- Cleanse fa System Effectually,
Icmes Lun b ThuiE it t •
Arrives ut Prinevill»
ilted bv <
— SO THAT —
and its terminus at Yaquina will son has been compelled to act as little grand-daughter, moved to formanec.
e aulii li
. X. litoti
be in time the most important sea referee much against his will. i Bear valley where they purpose
Passenger Bates from P. :
furns, $7.10. Emin«! Trip. fH-1™ iv vi.eil 1
Ins anil Oats at Diamond.
port in the state. The company This tight is still on, w;th the re taking up land.
HEALTH and STRENGTH
owns 950,000 acres of land along sult in doubt. Another engage —Chas. Roussel reports an inci —The stealing of the mail sack Naturally fellow. Every one is using it
and all are delighted with it. Ask you!
the route of its line.
ment was caused by a U S. Mar dent relative to the rain storms ex on the Bidwell stage line is all the druggist for SYRUP OF FIGS. Manu
The people of Corvallis have a shalship in New York, Senator perienced in the earlier part of the topic of conversation; it is the gen factured only by the
proper pride in this road, for it had Evarts dared to oppose the candi month just past, and which .oc eral opinion that it was stolen not CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO.
F bancisco , C al .
its inception here. Conceived ns a date of Senator Iliscoelc and Poss curred during the freighting trip for the money that was in it, but Lorisvru.it. S L am
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local narrow gauge line between Tom Platt, and not only to oppose ' he and Messrs. Allison and Cush* to delay the many applicants for
here and the bay, it has grown to the other candidate hut to have j ing made to Huntington. During filings on the ReJ-S land.
be th«' most im|>ortant transconti one of his own. The three met
DICKSON * SULLIVAN
WANT THE EAHTU-Ql
—Allert Vestal ar.d John Henry
IB. mi J
J. L. Boson erg, Mixologist.
nental line in the state. To its here this week and indulged in a Willow springs 16 miles this side Cornutt has gone to California with
orignntor. Col. Hong, and his broth few rounds. Evarts is believed to of Huntington. May loth, a water a d ove of hors« s.
Everything in our line of the Rest. Liquors—
er W. M. Hoag, who nursed it and have been completely knocked out. spout sent floods of water in their
Wines. Fancy Drinks, i fc . < ig,n>. , t. . ¡¿-„¿.vs u: ‘£*?u?
—Peter French’s teams loadeel
worked for it when others slept,
It seems tn be generally believe«! direction, that fortunately were
you call on “Unci- I .■■!.." I r -• -y H.,iy
who stayed with it through evil and by the republicans that Harrison confined within the banks of a Led with barb wire, r< turned from On
good reports, who endured for it will call an extra session of Con plowed up by one some years since. tario last week with 30,(XK), lbs.,
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obloquy, ami held to it in dark gress in October. Of course every
premiums; no special oilers; no cut
ness that covert«! it as with a man body knows that there is no cartlily to get across the washout.
rates: bit the lest and biggest ----------------------------------------- __ _ . ------------- ------------
tle. who felt for it. the stings of not occasion for an extra session except
— Horton Bros, have boucht the
—J. I>. Shaw has entered into
only its enemies, but its friends is to give the republicans two months partnership with F. M. Jordon in King horses and “S-over-K” brand.
Lake Co., Oregon.
due to the credit of its final truimph. to fight over the organization < f the the sale of agricultural implements,
—Abe King has started with 80
AS IT IS VOICED BY ITS LOCAL NEWSPAPER A'
House, and to perfect their arrange etc., and is nicely established on head of horses that he reserved
»'HUM WASHINGTON, U C
ments to get at least three-fourths Main street.
from his band of horses for the Big
N E W 8 P A P E R
BUSINESS MEN abroad ate that LAKEVIEW, Lake co.. Or., contain»
1 grocer 2 aalouna; 1 brewery; 1 undertaker; 2 laundrir»; 2 furniture
of the contesteel seats
Berni country. Washington.
IRHIMGTUX, D. C
3 lawyer»- a physicians: 1 surveyor; 1 iaaid agent; 1 dentiat;
May, 31, I mp . »
Blaine, Windom and Proctor de —W. II. Fern, the great coronet
—The P.Ranch received a case of
blacksmith»; 2 harncB» »hups; 1 Jivery »'able; 1 bakery: 3 general DU‘r
“Harrison has a weak back bone,” ny that they propose resigning, as Soloist, will play difficult selections guns last weeek; geese are plentiful. On the North American Continent house: 1 milliner »hup: 1 real e»:atr agent: 1 saw-mill. Als*>. 2 Ma»>W
plar lodge; 3 Odd Fellow»’ lodges; 1 United Working Men’» lodge.
and execute wonderful triple
Mid a republican Senator, “and it was rumored.
—Dr. H. M. Horton left yesterday
Many ]> ople from Washington,
is constantly growing weaker
for Harney to attend to the wants
12 large pages and
There is every indication that we have gone to Alexandria to «lav to McGinley’s new Comedy Company of his profession.
84 long columns.
are to have a repetition of the worse witness the unveiling of a hand —at the Burns’ Hall, on Saturday,
THE HOPKINS HOU
—Miss I.aura Stanclift is visit
featuns in the Hayes and Arthur some monument to the Confeder June Sth, 1889.
ing her sister, Mrs. Dr. Horton.
fW POPULAR NOVE!
administration.” This language ate dead.
—In an article upon ‘‘The Negro
—Dean Horton is recovering Published in and given with each
was used by a man who is gener
M. D. HOPKINS, P roprietor .
on the Stage.” which anil is pub from th«» effects of the late accident,
issue of the weekly edition.
ally regarded as living very friendly ADltn tos Al. I.«M Al. M ATTF.IW. lished in the June number of Har but is unable to leave his lied.
EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CU*»!
to the administration, and there is
St escribe at O n « e .
per’s Magazine, Laurence Hutton
D iamonditk .
no doubt that he is, but he was —Bob an«l Eva McGinley’s com recalls, among a vast amount
One yevr. (52numbers.)
asked by a republican friend his pany are coming and will appear of negro minstrel lore, the antics of
A I’lcasiiur Senft -
Six months. (26 numbers,)
50 Th!» Hotel it new (House, Room», and Furniture) and offers courteous •er
opinion of the President and h« here in a refined, new and interest P. T. Barnum. Edwin Booth, and
Of health and strength renewed Three months, (13 numbers.)
gave it without restrve. And the ing program, and we hope to see a Joseph Jefferson as stage darkies.
and of case and comfort follows the Addrvf*.
ew Y ork .
known facts in a number of cases full house as the company is highly
—Charles Bauman—everybody use of Svrup of Figs, as it acts in
I* ar the Senator’s statement as to spoken of in all our exchanges.
IN CONNECTION WITH TIIE IIOCSE.
harmony with nature to effectually
a weak back lame out. For in They will appear nt the Burns’ Hall, knows “Carpenter Charley”—does cleanse the system when costive or
all kinds of carpentry at fair prices. billions. For sale in 50c. and »1.00 <rf the Urftt: and relubU h. use. wd li.\ use
stance. he wants to put his old law next Saturday, June Sth.
If you want a house built, furniture bottles by all leading druggists.
partner, Attorney General Miller,
—The names of th«» members ar.d
Cenerai Blacksmith & Wagoner*
in th«? Supreme Court bench, but visiting brethern of Harney Lodge. made, or aay kind of carpent«*r or
D M. FKRRT A CO are
ackn.i« it- red U> be the
owing to a vigorous protest from No. 77, that participated in the joiner work done in a neat an«l
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In the world.
Ml« WiXMxnr’a S oothing Srarr for chil
the Indiana republicans, who want burial ceremonials last Friday, workmanlike manner, send in your «Iren
D M Fun ACo’s
teething. L* the prvM-riniion of one of
the l»e«i female nunc*
phv'h’ian’ in the
Judge Woods of that State appoint were P. F. Slengvr. M . ami C. M onlers to Chas. Bauman.
tive and Pnced
Prrparwd to d« all Kind« of Work In tb« Bl«< k.mllb Uno
I i ue»i State«, and has been u*e»i for forty
ed, he docs nothing.
Caldwell, A M.; W. W. Johnson,
—Mr. Edward» of Pine creek, year« with never-failing «uvee<s by miihon«
of moihtr« for their uhiluren. During the
Again. In the early days of the O. G.. and J C. Wooley, I G ; B. passed through town one day tnis irwe««of teething it.« value i« incalculable.
rui he maiM FKt
It relieve« ihe ■ hihl from nain, cure» dysen
administration John Wanamaker Brown, V. G ; O. Farr*, R S V. G., week with four fine horse» raised in tery
TC- m “
and iharrhira. griping in the bowl*
selectnl a businaaa man of Phil an«! Chas Gunther, I.. S V. G ; this countv: he was bound for Cor- an ! wind ' die. llv giving hc.ibh to the
chil l It r t< the mother. Th
adelphia to be po.-tuiaster at that Thornton Williams,C.; D. L. Grace, vallis, Oregon
a bo: de.
O. M. FERRY &
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