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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1888.
$2.30 a Year
Abolition in the North provoked |
as level as your floor in bodies of its counterpart in the South, and
TFrom The West Shore.)
thousands of acres, is here to be ta the antagonism of sections, lashed
“Well, stranger, berevcu are at’in;
ken and is just as good as any that into fury by the fanaticism of the
THZ HERALD READING ROOM.
Now take a smile with me
Jest kind of light, ar.’ bide all night.
is occupied. Home seekers in Ore one and the fiery zeal of the other, ■
For board an’ bed is free—
Not countin’ a varn vou’d like ter l’arn—
IN HERALD OFFICE,
gon cannot do better elsewhere.
Come in! What shall it be?
I culminated in a civil war
Open every day except Sunday, from 9 a m to 5 p m.
“The same? Now that s.ishil like,
This Eden will not long remain
So here’sa-lookin’ter >uu;
An. here's ter the wife—what! dern my life
war settled the question of union or
a welcome Visitor to this Free Read
If 1 ain’t heard you'd two!
Well, here’s may you And a lass ter your mind, short years this land will be all ta disunion.
Not a party—bayonet»,!
A lovin’ oue, an* a true.
ken, the golden opportunities now J not votes—determined that issue;
“Jest set down while I stir the Are
Au’ tumble the nag some bay,
advocacy of the Union, devotion to
offered will be improved.
For you an’ the brute is in cahoot
1 to give notice by
A-bonorin’ me this day;
The climate is salubrious and iti did not characterize the utter-,
es nut answer the
So freeze ter a seat an* toast your feet—
i not take hiB patter
THE SECOND YEAR OF
I won’t be gone ter s’ay.
compare favorably withl any ancee of abolitionist or free' soiler. j
ria for its not being
|u makes the p. s<-
»> It was their political creed that put
other part of the “Inland Empire.
blisher for pax merrt
“Thexsrn? Well back in ’fifty-three
The wimmen was ralv few.
h’s paper diaovU-
Burns and Harney are thè princi; the Union in peril.
So Flowery Pete got frightful sweet
larage«, ur the Pub-
On a Injin gal he knew;
Had there been no higher-law-
it until payment is
pal towns and in fact-are.the only
An* seldotp I see two folks agree
iamount whether it
Like him and Oregon Sue
no John Brown, no mobs re-1
lot. There < an be
towns in the Harney valley. These
payment is made,
“So the Jedge an’ me, accordin’lee,
•a a paper from the
towns are about fifteen mues apart sistance to the fugitive slave law, to,
Wi h ut a blot or flaw,
to his uume or an
Drawed up a writ a statin’ it
Began on Thursday, November 29, 1888.
ibst ribeu or not. is
in the northern portion n^th» val the legislation of the government,!
Thai Pete could take the
An* the boys all signed, for ter make it bind,
ley. Both towns have an
hit* paper shipped
Providin’ it come ter law.
uud to pay for It if
Now is the Time to Subscribe
“An’ arter the service Pete an’ Sue
IMMENSE TERRITORY .
lice Thia proceeds
Remaiued thar, side by side,
j the Union from secession.
ust pay for what he.
For well they knew the entire crew
adjacent, adapted to both farming J The full extent of the Republi
Was waitin’ ter kiss the bride;
AND TO RENEW EXPIRING SUBSCRIPTIONS.
An’ when it was done, an’ Pete took one,
Bd that refusing to
and stock-raising. The town of can party’s devotion to the Union |
She fell on his neck an’ cried.
licals from the p< st-
lalled for, without
Th‘s powder never varies. A marvel of puri
Burns has two creditable newspa I is shown by measures of reconstruc-1
“It wasn’t the thing perhaps, ter do.
ta facia evidence of ty, s.rungth, and wholesomeness. More eco
Bur the boys agreed wi.h me,
nomical thau the ordinal x kiiu e, a.xd cannot
pers vis: E ast O regon H erald
That she went to rest on her partner’s breast,
be sold in com pet Bion with the multitude of
tion, «nd the absolute refusal to
The sweetest that ever we see—
low test, short weight, alum or phosphate pow
and Harney Items, the former by
A-looking, we said, like a rosebud red,
ders. Sold only in cans. R oyal B aking P ow
restore it, except upon terms giv
A-twinin’ around a tree.
¡e year .............. $5.75 der Co., 106 Wall st., New York.
his honor D. L. Grace, and the lat ing to the party supremacy over
“An’ strang'- • it sounds, the last man thar
line, one year .. 3.75
ter by J. M. Vaughn, Esq. The the Southern States through the in
Was acti th p ainest lie,
Ter make 1.
».ear it wasn’t a tear
principal stock men of this valley strumentality of negro suffrage. Will be the representative, at all times, of the Interests of the People.
A-gatheriu’in his eye;
At all times advocating measures that look to the "greatest good to
ted Newspaper 5.75
are Mess. Peter French, J. S. Devine
Thar wasn’t a dern one dry.
Through all its history we may the greatest number,” in accordance with the principles of Democracy
Magazine ... 3.75
and the L. F. Co. These parties see this spirit of sectionalism cling
“An thinkin* the gal waa lonesome like,
nothin’ but men in sight,
are all said to be millionaires and
T. V. B. EMBREE. M. D. We With
straggled away with nothin’ ter say,
ing to the party as close as the shirt
Office at bia residen» e on Ibe east side of Sil
Au* dodged about in the night;
3.0«) vie» River, ten miles below Burna.
their wealth is variously estimated of Nessus, and is today as truly sec
AS A LOCAL NEWSPAPER,
An’ my partin’ view was Oregon 8ue
A-huggiu’ him ckse an’ tight
from one to fifty millions.
tional as it was when Garrison and
’•Well4 in them da) a the Injun tribes
The L. F. Company have lately Phillips were denouncing the Con T he H erald acknowledges no superior in Eastern Oregon. It points
S. B. McPheeters, M. D.
Wasa buckin’ in waxs severe:
An’ signal lights shone out o’ nights
consolidated their stock and land stitution as a rope of sand and the with pride to its well-filled columns the past year, and to its evident
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
On the mountings, fur an’ near;
mg People . 3.75
But Flowery’s bride Dein’ on our side,
office at W. E. Grace’s Drug Store.
interests here with Mr. Jno. Devine, Union as a league with a death progressive influence upon the prosperity of the great Harney valley.
d Cyclopedia,. .2.90
We didn’t have much ter fear.
Ker Vol. 1, 55 eeuis;
and are partners as “Lux, Miller, and a covenant with hell. In these As in the past so in the future it will strive to make prominent note
“One night she seen the sudden flash
of every enterprise calculated to benefit the people; to record every
Of a green, obusuie star.
Mason & Devine” and are known on 1) sentiments it had its origin, and ' advance made in showing up the resources of the Valley; to advocate
re works can be ex-
Au’ she sed it meant that the tribes was bent
Oh liltin’the miners’ ha’r—
An’ you may believe, which 1 won’t deceive, this coast as the Pacific Live Stock from them it imbibed its devotion L«w and Order under all circumstances; to frown upon all attempts
t . a . M c K innon ,
They come—an’ they found us thar.
to foment discord among the people in the interest of any individual,
Association, which is perhaps the ’ | to the Union.
Any am! all kinds of surveying done on shor
notice and reasonable terms. W Settler
“We left Miss Bob an’ Oregon Sue
clique or faction; to give the news of the day impartially and as
dica!» are solicited wishing to be io< ated, can have plats furnishe
strongest on this coast if not the
>y of their work for free of charge.
Then into the shade that the mountings made
file, and bind the
strongest in the world. Their do ’ pion the doctrine of equality before , fully as industrious effort and the aid of friends may enable us to
We silently stole away,
uluioe, aud paj for
obtain it; to give all the Local and Personal gossip of our section,
As willin’—as glad—ter fight by night
minions extend from Grant county, ’ the law. This is at the best a poor suitable for publication, with all else of interest in this department;
As ever v.e was by day.
Saddle and Harness Shon- “But Sue got out an’ dodged the guard,
Or., to the southern confines of Cal ’ substitute far that social equality
’ never lest sight of Pe»e:
J. C. WELCOME - P roprietor . An An
ifornia. They can travel hundreds 1! which is essential to the mainte IT WILL BE AN EPITOMIZED HISTORY OF THE VALLEY.
’ the boys ai; say she blazed away
3 mo I 6 mo
of miles from here in a southerly nance of a democracy; but when
An’ Pete was as proud as a tipsy crowd
A-puekin’ her down the street.
direction and camp every night on I their acts are considered in connec
“The signal fires still blazed around.
their free-holds. Peter French Esq. tion with their declarations, we see
But the imps was monstrous shy.
For well thex knew that Oregon Sue
is administrator to the Dr. Glenn that it is only as between the white
Could sleep with an open e* e:
An’ venturin’ out was geuin about
estate of California, Mr. French’s race at the South and the en Who know that in the rapid growth and wide proclamation of the
The same thing as tei die.
wife being heiress of that estate.
> all yearly adver
franchised slaves that they care to advantages of Harney Valley lies their own best road to prosperity
'•On Chris: mus eve ’twas snowin’ fast,
se to • iiAlisher,
In flakes so wide acrest.
have this equality enforced.
That Flowery Pete a-cn.ssin’ the street
ncor».. .or to space.
Come dern nigh gitteu lost;
Tlu-y tuake no outcries f»>» crjuul snoutu SuVsuriue ror «1« iicruiu,
But we warmed hitn.up wiih a social cup,
R. s’ no price,
An’ laughed at the failin’ frost
khan 1.) cei.is per i
between the manufacturing
ja terns, trausien-.
"An airly Chrismas »lay, when we
Was pilotin’ Pete to bed,
valley by the Oregon Pacific R. R. lords and the factory slaves. These
Thar w asn’t a stick nor stone nor brick
ttra charge per in-
AND SEND EXTRA COPIES TO EASTERN FRIENDS.
are of the same race, and are sus
Ter kiver his curly head:
; a standing reader
and the N. P. R. R. Co.
An’ under the snow, by a broken bow,
week is run in with PORTLAND
The pride of Lis life lay dead.
With the advent of railroad fa ceptible of equality; but the negro
all our advertlsemer.'s
cilities this year to Harney valley is not of our race; he is not of us.
The East Oregon Herald
A-keepin the fact in mind.
■oluinns, 1ÜC a ¡ine.
That lettin the bark be ever so dark,
and with the advent of the electric Legislation can no more make him
A white heart hides behind;
I death anrivuntc- WOOL G R AD E R S ,
An’ Oregon Sue baa a soul as true
iei.e*'. us uè ab .
telegraph to our midst, we will ask an Anglo-Saxon than it can a leop
As the fairest of women kind.’’
to reit ;b ut* R.*«ia .
WOOL PACK ERS,
for no more, fur these are the requi ard change his spots. It may make I I Has successfully maintained itself through an ordeal of local opposi
sites for modern civilization and him a voter, but he remains a ne tion, vindictive and unscrupulous to a degree seldom equalled in
-COM M LSS1ON MERCH X NTS-
the “evolution theory” of develop gro, with instincts of race and cul- country journalism; has advocated unflinchingly the rights of all
iUBT €t *N>IG N Ai E NTS S< ‘LIt ITED—
I have ' ture so antagonistic to our own that, the people of East Oregon generally and Harney Valley especially
Location, Resource«, < 'limate, Soil, ment will naturally follow.
they wi\l not, they cannot assiin- j against the machinations of all orgatized petty cliques that sought
---- ADVANCES MADE ON WOOL,
and Needed Developments.
received letters of inquiry regarding
ilate; there is such natural repug by fraudulent misrepresentation to advance the private interests of a
Geo. McGowan - - - Burns, A» Reported bv a f.ate Visitor Here this region and having lately trav-| nance that he repudiates it, and few at the expense of the many. Believing that "The sober second
elled over a good portion of it, I send 1
V. J. Milller, - - - Harney.
in the IloHebnrK Beview.
the Republican party, by conferr- thought of the people is always right and always effective,” and that
ed with nea ncss I
Bva’oti Agency with DFNNY, RICE AGO.
Harney Valley is a beautiful val
upon him the full rights of citizen i “Truth is mighty and will prevail,” T he II erai . d has steadfastly fol
132 Federal 6t.
have only established caste, lowed the right , and the jieople have given it a moral and material
ley in Eastern Oregon in Harney
support that renders its permanency beyond question. As it has
Can s, Tk Ke s.
county, between 118 and 120 de through the columns of your valu and made equality an utter impos worked indifatigably and unselfishly in the interest of the people, it
grees West Longitude from Green able paper.
stroyed equality, but given a stab now asks for patronage that will yield something more than a bare
larly ou file for re-
H. B. H.
wich and between 43 and 44 de
ill Newspaper Ad-
fata) to the purity of the elective existence. It has become valuable to all as a general newspaper, and
franchise, and made a cesspool in
grees North Latitude, about 3,500
AND DEMOCRAT which to breed fraud, bribery, cor
feet alw.ve the level of the sea, with THE REPIBLICAN
Is Now a fixed Institution of the Valley
ruption, and every viper of destruc
an area of about 2500 square miles,
containing 1,600,000 acres of land.
I From Belford’s Magazine for July.]
faction from giving freedom to the
enjamin Harrison |
negro unless by it they could per
.... Levi P. Morton 1
. JamesG Blaine I
' chain of moutains on the north
petrate their own power.
William Windom '
party upon the question of protec
John W. Noble '
east, south and west with the high-
l . Redfield Proctor ,
tion is perfectly consistent with its
fenjamin F. Tracey
to*?u'rn cst peaks of the Blue mountains on
To citizens of the Pacific States during the nss
Jeremiah M Rusk
theory of government.
3 weeks and reported fur the E ast O regon H er Has, from the initial number to the present, persistently and impres
[ Win. H. H. Miller
e the north and the Steen mountains
ald by our advertisers, f. A. Snow <fc Co. Pat
ent lawyers, opp U.S. Batent office, Washiugt sively maintained that the Harney country was one of the finest
on the south, towering up into the
ton, 1). C.
agricultural regions in the Union, needing only the presence of indus
U J. N. Dolph,
realms of perpetual snow. This
A. V. Anderson, San Francisco, trious farmers to develop its wonderful resources. To prove the truth
•j J. H. Mitchell,
Consti- j Ca
of obligation to support the Consti-1
Cal f 'pj^cutter.
Pipc cutt€r. H, B. Belden , of the strong language in its columns, the proprietor gave up a part
iter Pen noyer,
Red Front Liverv & Feed valley haB AN ABUNDANCE
tution, and its sectionalism can de-; Oakland, Cal., Casket pedestal i of his office room to the exhibition of the products of the X alley,
I. W. McBride,
.6. W. Webb,
ny to it whatever is due to the vir- J. E. Day, San Francisco, Cal., and urgently asked for specimens cf actual growth and for everybody
J. b. McElroy.
of water supp lied I y the Silvie
I Well borer. M. B. Dodge, San to call and inspect them. Attached to each specimen was the name
j Francisco, Cal., Ore concentrator. of the producer, often with the mode of cultivation. This was a
fin. p. Lord,
raoTBirroB. I and . Blitzen rivers and their tribu-
H. CALDWELL, - - -
The .party was born of sectional E. 8. Gilmore, San Francisco, Cal., tangible, practical presentation of the matter, which any one could
i tanes, and other smaller streams,
which have their outlets in ism, and based its political creed Band sawing regulator. W. Lamb, verify. How successful this movement has been, hundreds can testify’
K............ L. B. I son
A CASH BUSINESS AT BED- •!!
upon the doctrine of a higher law Downey, Stove. John H. Ware, All T he H erald asks in return for itsefforts to serve the people, is
... J. L. R and ,
the Malheur and Harney lakes.
I Euroka, Mop-grip. J. C. Weir, . an
—a modest request when it is consid-
K< ( AIKIIM.
The Malheur and Harney lakes than the Constitution.
■s IT :
patron more than his money’s worth.
. W. G1LHAH
have no outlets. These two lakes
H. T. Welch, San Jose, Inhaler.
I If each resident of the Harney country will subscribe or renew for
\ J. W. T. E. S hields
____ ___ . » »
GRA«I and Particular Attention paid to the Boarding
by infidels who recognize no God,
himself and take one or more copies to send abroad, it will so extend
V. J. M iller and Gr«x>mingof Transient Stock. Hay de Grain RFC connected by an artificial Cnan-
T he H erald ’ s sphere of usefulness as to enable all to claim that it
I.YTLE HO XABI» ,,n h,od
and are on a level with each and humanity was made the pre- Agents
W. R. G radon
Is a true Advocate of the Harney Country.
Wanted An New Rook
A. A. <•<>.» ING
canyon city advertisements .
ing. as yon will observe by the maps I ty of envy and hate; and so deeply The most wonderful collection of practical ,
')- W. E. A lrjcrson
L. B. B aker
giving the geography of this region. is the party imbued with the senti ever published on the globe. A marvel op
W m . M eeker
money raving and money karning for every
m> offick :
These two lakes cover an area of ment which gave it birth, that even I one owning it. Thousands of beautiful, helpful
C. A. HWEEK.
MEDIUM OF ADVERTISING,
engravings, showing just ho a
a . F, S melling
about 150 square miles and are I now, after the lapse of a quarter of No competition, nothing like It in the universe
.. W, M, T oamrkmi »
attorney - at - law .
When you select that whic h !s of true value ,
a century, it yet appeals to the sales ate sure. All sincerely desiring payin «» T he H erald preRents unusual advantages. It is centrally located in
NEAR THE CENTER
CANYON CITY, 0RE4.0N
employment and looking for something thor
of the valley. Their shores ar bloody shirt as the true source oughly first » lamp at an extraordinarily low a new and rapidly growing country, where manufactures of all kinds
riK B, should write for description and terms
| low, but they have never been from which to draw its inspiration. on the most remarkable achievement in book are needed. We will soon have direct railroad communication with
Portland and the East. Live business men of both sections should
making sin» e the world began.
What becomes of the principle of
known to overflow. The low shores
77, I. O. O. F.
SCAM MEL 4 CO., Box 5003,
use T he H erald ’ s columns to secure this great and growing trade.
1, every Saturday at
of these lakes accounts for the shal equality in government dominated
St. Louis or Philadelphia. Its rates, proportioned to its circulation, are reasonable.
UKINNoN, N. G.
lowness of the wells in thia valley, by the spirit of sectionalism? In
Office Canyon City and Burns
THE JOHSbTOWN HORROR
which are from eight to twenty feet its very nature it is opposed to
The appalling horror st Johnstown has shock
TERMS, IN ADVANCE:
' equality of rights in others. It is ed 50,000 of American people, and thousands of
deep. Irrigation is
lives have been lust, and millions of property
treat cat flood on record. The h.sa of life an«l
to raise crop« and gardens. The govern the whole. W hat beoomes jm of property, and the thrilling incidents sur Two copies, one year...........................................................................
pass anything known in m.xlern times. Thou- Three copies, one year .........................................................
I CITY :
soil here contains all the properties of the sovereignty of the people and sanca of people desire a clear, graphic, and ac Four copies, one year.................................................................
y» Frida xa. f am.
curate history of thia greatest rttairtrophe
Mafuixa.- s 10 4»-
necessary to make a successful the constitutional rights of man un. known In the history of this nation, or the
gtf“ H erald with any Periodical or Magazine at clubbing rates.
world for centuries. T he History ('• mpnny
grain growing country. Small fruit der the control of a party that will of 7- k Market st. Nan Francisco. Cal, have Just
isatMMi m book form, a complete History of the
<gT*Call on or address
and shrubbery, and berries of near substitute for the guarantees of the Johnstown flood. finely illustrated aud com
p’.ete In nearly 500 pages
The book w|Il be
D. L. GRACE,
ly all kinds can be successfully Constitution its own crude notions sold through agents. Nee adv. in another col
umn for agents, to whom »oft liberal terms are
CPITOB AND PROPRIETOR.
| of a higher law?
THE EAST OREGON HERALD
J ob work .