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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON,tTHURSDAY, AUGUST
$2.30 a Year.
I telegraph to our midst, we will ask rsk ivl ere is eqtiu'ily or the sover-
eig it v of the
p e to b f und in
Location, H choufcch , (.'limate, Soil. sites for modern civilization and u socii 1 c mdition such a> ti;is?
ami Needed Developments.
From this presentation of facts
the “evolution theory’’ X>f develop
and results, it may be inferred that
ment will naturally follow. I have manufacturing establishments are
ARD P roprietors .
As Report e<l l>v a Lalo Visitor Here
received letters of inquiry regarding regarded as eiiir not be tolerated
in the Hose burg; Bev lew.
RIPT1ON BATI -
this region and having lately trav in democracies, and that those who
Harney Valley is a beautiful val
elled over a good jiortion of it, I send accept these results must neces
ley in Eastern Oregon in Harney
prefer dejiendence on foreign
you the above as the best means of sarily
industries, to the existence of these
county, between 118 and 120 de
imparting the information desired establishments at home. Such an
grees West Longitude from Green
through the columns of your valu inference is most unfair, and can
give notice by
n«tt him .-er I he
wich and between 43 and 44 de
only be be indulged by those who
I take hla puper
for i« B not DeiUit
grees North Latitude, about 3,500
do nof or will not perceive this true
FIRST DAY—MONDAY, SEPT. 2 d .
her for pavnient
feet above the level of the sea, with
point of objection.
’a paper diaron-
D ash —Free for All................................... Purse $150.00
gia, or the t‘uh-
Utiill pa ineut ia
a great and important interest, but
containing 1,600,000 acres of land.
Ivlint vx het her it
. There < an be
, it is only one of many equally im
SECOND DAY—TUESDAY, SEPT. 3 d
yinvii ia made,
This valley is nestled in a brokr n
portant interests, upon which the
a paper from the
ile D ash —For 2-mid3-y ear-old Colts
hia name or an-
I fThe manuiio turing
bsiablisli- 1 jnitittc vclfurc depends, and the
crihed or nut. ia
east, south and west with the high liients at Lowell, Mass., employ evil to which democracy points
puper a hipped
est peaks of the Blue mountains on 1,800 laborers, consisting of men, consist in giving to this one inter
jiaiier cuntinu« a
THIRD DAY—WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 4m.
d io pa? for it if
the north and the Steen mountains women and children; wages, $480,- est pre-eminence over others, giv
Thia pro< ecu a
H eats —2 in 3—Free for All.......................... Purse $150.00
t pay for what he
on the south, towering up into the 000; cost of material. $1,000,100; others, and, by fostering its growth,
that refuting to
realms of perpetual 6now. This value of product, $3,000,000; net making it tower as a giant with co
Sis from tiie p. ai
FOURTH DAY—THURSDAY, SEPT. 5 th .
Absolutely Pure. valley has
led for, without
profit to the capitalist, t I,500,000. lossal proportions, overawing and
facia evidence of
commanding, for its own selfish ag
Th's powder never vnrles. A marvel of puri
Here, when 1,800 working people grandizement, every other interest 600 yards —Free f, r All Harney Co. Saddle Horses....... Purse $100.00
ty, s.renglh, and .»ho-vsomenvrs. M. re ec.>-
Domiral than the . rdii.ar kin-s and rannot
by the Silvies divide | etwi-op them a di'lhir »li<> in society, crushing into the earth,
be R.dd in compe ii.ni \. ith ■ he multi ude of of water supplied
IERALD CLUB 1.11
FIFTH DAY—F Ril AY, SI I T. Gm
■ low iest, short weigh , alum «.r ph spha’e p..w-
In New beneath its heel of oppression, the
ders. Sold ».nix in ■ hi r . R oyal B aking P ow and Blitzen rivers and their tribu capitalist ¡Rickets three.
der Co., 10G Walt s ., New Y. ik.
Deravreai MffVMffne, in x rm
taries, and other smaller streams, York, 5,50) laborers are employed life-sustaining interest of the whole O ne -M ile D ash —Free for All............................................. Purse $200.00
Godav’a Uuiy a Ho.»k
all of which have their outlets in in bakery products, who make per human family.
Equality and justice demand,
Leaiu’a I Hus' rated n <"F| ") ■ r
' the Malheur and Harney lakes. annum for the capitalist a net profit either
Leslie a Popular Mo«.> h h
that every interest alike
jASiie'a fUUaav M m / hzi ue
The Malheur and Harney lakes of $4,00<),000, and the disproportion should have the fostering care and :
Entrance Fee, Ten Per Cent of Purse.
have no outlets. These two lakes between the value of labor and cap piotection of the government, or
Dally t ai)
Blood Horse Assisiaim Rule» to govern all Races.
W. W, Cardwell,
' are connected by an artificial chan ital is nearly equal to that at Low that none should have it. This is
No Money will be given for a Walk-Over.
not destroying the manufactures;
eexly N.w York World
A T 'l'O R N E Y -AT- L A W. nel and are on a level with each ell.
“Purses 11 ung on the Wire.”
iti. i I Detroit Free Pren
it is only preventing otl.i r interests
«ferenti 1 iiur|>er’» Mayfazii"
from being destroyed. A man is |
itorysdl i Ilurper'» Weakly
cflMi 1 ll.ir, cr’s Buxar
i ing. as yon will observe by the maps the manufacturing capitalists the not to be accused of wanting to
P. F. STENGER, Burns, Or
FiÆ 1 Itnr er'B Yoanp I’e.
giving the geography of 1 his region. sum of 81,1)24,191,841. These es I starve his horse because he refuses
Al'iea'a Manifold < "
timates are all at the present time
* ’ <>«=<lilo'.al volume after V
■ These two lakes cover an area of loo low by 30 per cent, for the cen to make him fatter than all others
. wi mr-xira uer volume, p t an.
THE SECOND YEAR OF
I about 150 square miles and are sus shows an increase of 40 per in his stable.
"1 ItiL'cateaef >11 the algjve work a ' an be ex
e in I he KeteMUk h.om
cent each decade, and another de-! It requires no prophet nor the
NEAR Tin: CENTER
cade hits almost elapsed since the son of a prophet to foresee the final
of the valley. Their" shores ar census was taken.
result ot the Republican party’s I
Began on Thursday, November 29, 1888.
.?'l'?.?ij'ub!lehcra of periodica l, are a.iliclteil
low, but they have never been , Now it must be l orne in mind domination. Although the money
bbiux rate., u <«p' . :
•■■rk :■ '
■ lading R oom .—Weflle .'.i nil.'. 'I.
Now is the Time to Subscribe.
known to overflow. The low shores I that the value of the products, as jiower is at present widely dissemi
of even hair-V"ii' ■
nated, its tendency is to concentra
AND TO RENEW EXPIRING SUBSCRIPTIONS.
of these lakes accoui.fs for the shal given in the reports, is th« first cost tion into fewer hands. Under its i
lowness of the wells in this valley,
control, government must pass with '
J C. Ik« I > V E KT IS«NG RATE.S :
which are from eight to twenty feet ployees purchase them for their it into fewer hands, until at last,
own use at home, they must pay on teiminuting in one, it becomes the; Will be the representative, at all times, of the Interests of the People.
2 Wk 1 mo 3 mo 6 inu
deep. Irrigation is
them from 20 to 50 per cent, the despotism of a dictator. We shall At all times advocating measures that look to the “greatest good to
profits of the retailing merchant; only repeat the lesson of the past; the greatest number,” in accordance with the principles of Democracy
6.00 10.00 •teO.UO
to raise crops and gardens. The and we must also remember that bloody tactions, ambitious trium-1
9 0U 15 00 26.0»
AS A LOCAL NEWSPAPER,
at least one-fourth of the amounts
S»).OO i'.l) oo
16.00 z K.OO «.O’
t a . M c K innon ,
soil here contains all the properties stated to be ¡»aid as wages goes to virates, a Cwsar, or that sjiirit of
«0.UU 40.60 • i O.W il » no 140 00
Any a: ; h '! k iko
e on tL ll.'l .
sectionalism which drove the South T he H erald acknowledges no superior in Eastern Oregon. It points
to make a successful ck rks, superintendents, bosses, and into
notice aim reas-mable 'ciit.
* t-viltr necessary
rebellion, transferred to mo with pride to its well-filled columns the past year, and to its evident
eral reduction to an xenrix- ndv. i
wishing to be located, t an Im • r a a furnlshe
------- . or
write to Publisher.
grai i growing country. Small fruit
free i»f charge.
nopoly; and the money power of progressive influence upon the prosperity of the great Harney valley.
_jrge<l exit«)according to spat e;
and shrubbery, and berries of near railroad dignitaries, the farther off tiie New England States by oppres As in the past so in the futun it will strive to make prominent note
“Al base admitted.
they are Hom any labor the greater sion will goad to madness what- vt
L," jh, __
i no price.
of every enterprise calculated to benefit the people; to record every
and Harness Shoi?- ly all kinds can be successfully pay they get.
! - ihau I m. s j er Saddle
is lcit of manhood in labor, und in advance made in showing up the resources of the Valley; to advocate
price, yearly, or 20 cents, transient,
J. C. WELCOME - P roprietor . I raised here.
augurate the mightiest convulsions Law and Order under all circumstances; to frown upon all attempts
I i ci-.a!
.1 positIon 12 extra charge per In
tion with their disproportionate that ever drencned land in blood. to foment discord among the people in the interest of any individual,
UUnsI of polll.in . »'awliug .mi' r
.4. each week la mu in a i li
as level as your floor in bodies of earnings, and we have the gloomy In either event we shall trace thro’j clique or faction; to give the news of the day impartially and as
CHAS. SAMPSON - - B urns , O p 1 thousands of acres, is here to be ta picture before usot toil ami poverty, blood and ashes, the footprints of fully as industrious effort and the aid of friends may enable us to
“ our 4 advert
tel l 1 isements
1 b i i ni ' ii I ii
e<i Twutr after ist
loi s, ♦ . ea<
if the mani.fiCturer needs pro an approaching tyrant, and see thro’
ken and is just as good as any that tection, what must be the needs the dark nights of prevailing an obtain it; io give all the Local and Personal gossip of our section,
■ertfoiiifflo local columisa. IW » line
suitable for publication, with all else of interest in this department;
Win'i'r-' rlaxe, birth, and death min..nine
-A N D—
is occupied. Home seekers in Ore of the laborer? He can barely earn archy only one gleam of light as it
such item, aoliciiirt »« m-..a
iral rates offered to religi"in-.
subsislense, and must toil on in flushes from the sword of a despot. IT WILL BE AN EPITOMIZED HISTORY OF THE VALLEY
gon cannot do better elsewhere.
heaping up riches for the Tins is the end of constitutional
■■■ ■ ■
This Eden will not long remain I poverty,
millionaires as long as he is able liberty; and had this party de
TO FOREIGN ADVERTISERS.
OREGON WOOL EXCHANGE. in an unsettled state, but in a few to work, but when overtaken by signed it, it could not have devised
•ii,,l"H'.lpectf»Uy aolli llln* your pat loitiige
in the rapid growth and wide proclamation of the
to keep our readenp- a en ua to the
short years this land will be all ta disease or the decrepitude of age, measures going more directly to advantages of Harney Valley lies their own best road to prosperity
md reliable drn-a to<l' u ui'li, >. r
r »Ill b. aaved by referring to the PORTLAND -------- OREGON.
ken, the golden opportunities now which sooner or later must come to the consummation of its purpose.
—-T-------- — baaed upon our i ir< u.a
all, he is left to perish, llis condi True democracy is based upon I Should Subscribe for the Herald, Themselves
and adtelnrnx couniles:
offered will be improved.
tion is more wretched than that of
The climate is salubrious and the brute. The ox and blind horse 1 the principle of equality. TheDem-
AND SEND EXTRA COPIES TO EASTERN FRIENDS.
B ocratic party came into existence
’»I 6,0W¿MCrl»*to<l exeetâed with neatiiisn
will compare favorably with any in the tread-mill get subsistence w¡th the government fully imbued
The East Oregon Herald
-¿ÄudS“. a r —la—>1* telex
other part of the “Inland Empire. from their owners, ami when ex- with its vital principle of the Con-
IIa3 successfully maintained itself through an ordeal of local opposi
stitution. It has never swerved
Burns and Harney are the princi
C«r. i. 1 i'k. ►.
and pasturage; but the ex from it. Whatever may have been tion, vindictive and unscrupulous to a degree seldom equalled in
pal towns and in fact are the only rest
country journalism; has advocated un.Jinchingly the rights of all
hausted laborer gets no pasturage
y on ß’e for re
towns in the Harney valley. These from capital. Even the delicate its errors of judgement as to man the people of East Oregon generally and Harney Valley especially
-COMMISSION MERCHANTS- towns are about fifteen miles apart and worn-out frame of woman is
the machinations of all organzed petty cliques that sought
never did, it never can desert the against
misrepresentation to advance the private interests of a
CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED— in the northern portion of the val I turned loose to wander on the com-
cause of the people’s equality and
“mon until led by some sympathetic sovereignty without ceasing to Le few at the expense of the many. Believing that “The sober second
----ADVANCES MADE ON WOOL.
ley. Both towns have an
hand to die in a home of neglected Democratic. What but these vital thought of the people is always right and always effective,” and that
Truth is mighty and will prevail,” T he H erald has steadfastly fol
Geo. McGowan - - - Burns,
principles could have maintained “ lowed
the right , and the people have given it a moral and material
am in Harrison V. J. M illler,
Levi P. Monon '
that renders its permanency beyond question. As it has
mcsG Blaine ’
stock-raising. The town of a hundred thousand paupers. The sent hour? Since the formation of 1 worked indefatigably and unselfishly in the interest of the people, it
Beaton Agency with DENNY, RICE «t CO. and
J. F EBS1* interior
lb‘2 Federal st.
J. r ablfehed 1835.
John W. Noble
Burns has two creditable newspa
now asks for patronage that will yield something more than a bare
the paupers in Paris is said to with every party, and witnessed existence.
min F. Tra<ey
It has become valuable to all as a general newspaper, and
miah M. Rusk
equal the amount expended by the rise and disappearance of each,
mH. >1. Miller
a fixed Institution of the Valley
his honor I). L. Grace, and the lat Should these cities collect these the political arena.
I J. N. Dolph,
T he E ast O regon H erald |‘
ter by J. M. Vaughn, Esq. The miserable inhabitants together, and
It has survived the blunders of
I J. II. Mitchell,
-Burns, Or. principal stock men of this valley throw them, dead or alive, into the statesmanship, the errors of mis
E. D. GRAY
Has, from the initial number to the present, persistently and impres
Seine or the Thames, humanity
are Mess. Peter French, J. S. Devine would shudder at the atrocious act, guided leaders, defeats, and dis sively maintained that the Harney country was one of the finest
■. W. Webb,
asters, and from deepest humilia
•GENERAL REPAIRING— and the L. F. Co. These parties
and yet, horrible as it appears, it tion, with the stigma of rebellion agricultural regions in the Union, needing only the presence of indus
[H. m rah an,
are all said to be millionaires and would be an act of mercy compared fastened upon it, it arose with its trious farmers to develop its wonderful resources. To prove the truth
h. P. Lord,
their wealth is variously estimated with the continuance of a system natiom.Lty unimpaired, to rule and of the strong language in its columns, the proprietor gave up a part
devised to increase and per govern. This could not have l>een of his office room to the exhibition o' the products of the Valley,
from one to fifty millions.
petuate under government this hu if it bad not drawnits life’s bhxxl and urgently asked for specimens cf actual growth and for every! dy
The L. F. Company have lately man misery.
from the vita) principles of the Con to call and inspect them. Attached to each specimen was the name
Promptly executed. The imilding hna been en
larged and improved and ia orepared to turn consolidated their stock and land
stitution. While the Constitution of the producer, often with the mode of cultivation. This was a
G. W. G ilnam out all kinds . f blut ksmitliiiig on short notice
J. T. HHIEL’-R and in the beat style. Tern.a: ( bah.
interests here with Mr. Jno. Devine, sent rate of progress, nefore our pau exists the Democracy cannot die. tangible, practical presentation of the matter, which any one could
. .W. E. G uai E
verify. How successful this movement has been, hundreds can testify'
V. J. M iller
and are partners as “Lux, Miller, pers will be numuered by the mil The destiny of the wage-worker is All T he H erald asks in return for itseflbrts to serve the people, is
L ytle H oward I
Mason A Devine” and are known on lions. The census gave us_68,UOO in his own hands. The issue is an increase of public patronage—a modest request when it is consid
T. B. James
criminals in the jails; 3,TOO,UM) now made. The battle of organ
W. R.G rados
this coast as the Pacific Live Stock children growing up ignorant; b6,- ized capital and organized labor is ered that it returns to each patron more than his money's worth.
A. A. Co ING
r. E. A lderson
Association, which is perhaps the (MX) paupers in the poor-houses; our but the beginning of the conflict If each resident of the Harney country will subscribe or renew for
,. L. B. B aker
W m . M eeker
strongest on this coast if not the great cities, the centres ot manufac between the liberty of the people himself and take one or more copies to send abroad, it will so extend
T he H erald ’ s sphere of usefulness as to enable all to claim that it
offk e :
PnorntKTOR. strongest in the world.
H. CALDWELL, - -
Their do turing industries, increasing their and the power of monopoly. If
A. F. S nelling
Is a true Advocate of the Harney Country.
. M. To., » end
minions extend from Grant county, population at the rate ot 40 per the Democentic party does not prove
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a cash business AT BED- Or., to the southern confines of Cal cent each decade, and the rural dis itself equal to the coming struggle,
tricts relatively decreasing at the it will be only because the people
ifornia. They can travel hundreds rate of 20 per cent ; a large percent are not true to themselves, but pre
It is centrally located in
In our motto. Good B ueky Team's, and Nice of miles from here in a southerly age of the population of the cities fer pauperism and the degradation
Saddle Hoises Furnished at Reato« able Charges
of all kinds
and Partii ti.ar Attention paid to the Boarding
I. o. o. F
are needed. We will soon have direct railroad communication with
free and noble manhood.
in indigence and want.
erv Saturday at and Gr.iomingof Transient Stock. Hay 4. Grain their frce-holds.
iNNo.x, N. G.
Portland and the East. Live business men of both sections should
is administrator to the Dr. Glenn __Now the question U,_at this rate
use T he H erald ’ s columns to secure this great and growing trade.
of progress in criminals, ignorance,
estate of California, Mr. French’s and paujicrs, and in the concentra-
Its rates, proportioned to its circulation, arc reasonable.
canyon CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
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wife being heiress of that estate.
tion of manufacturing capital in
Two established surveys
great cities, with their indigent
TERMS, IN ADVANCE:
population increasing 40 per cent
C. A. SWKKK.
One copy one year...........
cadi decade, how long will it take
Two copies, one year
have been made through Harney to make us a nation of millionaires
CANYON CITY. OREGON
Three copies, one year
valley by the Oregon Pacific R. R. and paupers? We shall see palat
Four copies, one year.
ial mansions and churches with
Co. and the N. P. R. R. Co.
erod with any Periodical or Magazine at clubbing rates.
spires of gold; but in the shadow of
With the advent of railroad fa the lofty domes thousands of pest-
gMF*Call on or address
D. L. GRACE, ■
cilities this year to Harney valley houses will be filled with the dying
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
and with the advent of the electric
THIRD ANNUAL FALL RACES
THE EAST OREGON HERALD,