East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, August 08, 1889, Image 1

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E ast O regon H erald
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY. OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST
THE' HE1MLD.
I
I
$2.80 a Year.
8, 1889.
ning to awake to the perils that lie
BURNS ADVERTISEMENTS.
partially
concealed
in
the
ignorant
BLISHEI) JCVEKY Tllllt-DAY
classes, Loth white and I lack, that
BY
make up so large a part of the pop­
' D.L.&N. GRACE,
ulation. It is time torawuke; there
and P roprietor .
is reason to be alarmed when the
bUfl»SUKU*TlU.N RAl’Eo.
tenth census reports in the twelve'
i Year
........
.‘Xi
Mun.hs. ....................................
states
under consideration in this
ree Months
. ..
.75
September 2, 3. 4, 5, 6, 1889
ne Year (in ad vanee)
2.50
paper 332,733 white voters and
886,905 negro voters as “unable to |
¡Qw
NEWSPAPER LAWS.
'* W A p.NItmsS'er 1« require i to give no'if e b\
write.” If in a union of States like I
Programme:
ta er (returning th® paper -lots not H’ swer the
ours, which binds all to one, this
when S SUIS rioer <h < b ii >t take h.s paper
th
of the orfitte/sn tibe reus u f. r i s noi nei ng
FIRST
DAY
—MONDAY, SEPT. 2 d .
alarm should not extend to States
A1 'en. An/ neglect tv do s. naikis .he p.s-
i,er responsible tu ibv pu > s.ier i..r pa meut
Q uarter -M ile D ash —Free for All................................ Purse 1150.00
more fortunate than these twelve i
If an/ pe:SoH urde.B h b paper < is . il-
"w^ied, be mus par all ai rvauu. h . . r i he pu i-
Southern States, it *1 'uld indicate
er ma»' Continue tv sen . i uu u pa men is
1®. and c vii eel the u hole am..uu .< he. her ii
SECOND DAY—TUESDAY, SEPT. 3 d
an indifference to c..m
interest I
ikeu from th® vtftce . r u . h
There < un ie
till pa meu. is mu*.e
nnd
.
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O
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-imr
d.
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jr
“
p?w
alarm
F ive -E ighth -M h e D ash —For 2-and-3-year-old Colt« .Pure« tlSO.O®
lakes a paper from the
_ te i io li.K name or an­
ing than ignorance 'ftself.—Rev.
us an! a iluc i or llui. is
Atticus G. Haygood, D.D., LL.D.,
for railroads
THIRD DAY—WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 4 th .
___________________ J®r» hi» paper a . ppeil
in
Harper’s Magazine for July.
, t cert
er; ai
al ti
u nine,
urne, «uu
and m
Hi.
have been made through Harney
' ‘U1J
UJUu
a -rl.ier
o Mia i
ljn I. ihe
I he su.
»U.I
rl.ter u
pa. i..r I. u
H
alf -M ile H eats —2 in 3—Free for All.......................... Purse 1150.00
•
H.., pr...
»
rsx altee
»ke» li
It «ut
viu vi
<4 thep.
the |>. n..tt
►
valley by the Oregon Pacific R. R.
'«liivbeMTvBna
u.l;s. pa. 1. r aliai l.i-
ground lhala
(h»l ■ mila
nu
. Again and again did Mrs. John
Co.
and the N. P. R. R. Co.
FOURTH DAY—THURSDAY, SEPT. 5 th ,
I«. J The Four’s h«v<| decided that refrs ug to
Adams appeal for political free­
p UdWSpapeiS SUJ pei ioi.i* a s iroin iht- p. b -
With the advent of railroad fa- dom, but then, as now, men were
teavill< ihem un<u.u-u for, wiiu.,ut
GOO yards —Free Lr All Harney Co. Saddle Horses....... Purse 1100.00
for the earn®, is primn ¡¡u iu c\ idem * <d
cilities this year to Harney valley indifferent to such demands, In
fraud.
3 nnd
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-
and with the advent of the electric the matter of education, also, she
FIFTH DAY—FRIDAY, SEIT. 6 th
i
HERALD CI. I o 1.1.- I
telegraph to ottr midst, we will ask insisted that girls should not be
dd and The Canturv, one >. »u
F-75 .
O ne -M ile D ash —Free for All............................................. Purge 1200.00
4.75
u
dd aud St. NiChol««,
for no more, fi.r these are the requi­ forgotten. “If we mean to have!
rustworJ ild and Demurest Magazine, one year J.75
: .75
Id and Pe(e«suii Ma ;i.
Soil, sites for modern civilization and
. 8.75
piteli Id and Gude* ’« Lau* b Book
heroes, statesmen and philoso­
4.1M)
— -^1*1 and Weet Shore
the “evolution theory” of develop­ phers,” she wrote, “we should have
y !', .Id and Les le’s ilhis raicd W •* >p»>.p.-; r 5.75
4.75
•1 and Ltij ie'« Pupu.tu M-vilug
ment will naturally follow. I have learned women.”
ffF" Entrance Fee, Ten Per Cent of Purse.
: .75 As
tinn.dar .Id and I a - s *1®’S .sujiia. Magazine
Reported l>v a Date Viwitor Here
. y .7<>
1
. Id and Heifuru's Mag' / u
Blood Horse Association Rules to govern all Race«.
received letters of inquiry regarding
in the Roseburg; Review.
b j 0
,
. Id aud Weeaiy Cail
It
is
interesting
to
reflect
*vhat|
.CCr ( id aud Daily Cali
(.00
jfW No Money will be given for a Walk-Over.
this
region
and
having
lately
trav
­
b 0J
——,1<1 nnd Weeaiy Examiuer
this country would have gained had
Ilarney Valley is a beautiful val­
f®“ “Furses Hung on the Wire.”
t.OJ
Id an 1 Daily Examiu .
elled over a good portion of it, I send her demands been listened to.
8 00
•n,C-ia.'® aud WeeKly New Y*<rk World
Address
r
Id and Detroit Free l’n
b.OJ ley in Eastern Oregon in Harney:
far.dl'rMd alld darptr’h Magazine
. 5.(J0 county, between 118 and 120 de­ you the above as the best means of
Only think what it would have
F. STENGER,
Or
tfCieii.fld and IIar|»er’.8 Wccuiy
......... 5.20
imparting the information desired meant to us! A century of real re­
5.20 grees West Longitude from Green­
¡ri;i; ,.ild and Har^r^Buztir
‘•-»Mil-dd and liar; er’< Young People . 3.75
through the columns of your valu­ publican life, the influence of wo-j
and Alden's Manifold < v< l. pedia, ,. .*..90 wich and between 43 and 44 de­
b additional y.itMtme uf er V. I. I, o.> ceu.s;
able paper.
More Anon,
men. their mercy, order, and chari- '
grees North Latitude, about 3,500
' •r
en s extra ©er volume, p. b u e.
IL B. II.
t v combined with the strength, en­
feet above the level of the sea, with
AN
>>”!•• •
the above works t an be ex
I-J i-®d at le.sure iu ihe Reauiug Kvom.
ergy and wisdom of men in the ad-1
an area of about 2500 square miles,
Gx'tPrxM
Billli.gslj-s,
ministration of our government.'
‘—
containing 1,600,000 acres of land.
Experience akts on sum people Educated mothers rearing intelli­
iOt'. ’ M**Pub!i«hera of pc rlodiea’K are golicited
a PittaklH|l“bbift4( ra.ta, a c«.<p* of their work f*.r
This valley is nestled in a broken just az it duz on a bull tarier—he
1889
COME
.
ree Rcadiug Room—<■ ti
u «1 bm-i ihe
gent children and guiding well or-
at ciuee uf every h|of v-duine. mid puy fur chain of nioutains on the north­ don’t fairly get over one whipping dered households?
'•mpanFvl hv adverlilemeni.
--------------------- Vice might have
east, south and west with the high­ before he go *« in for another.
■I*, ife. ;M
disappeared in this favored land,
ntnreu • -
'■ -■
.¿.-L-tlLL—
• -■
'
est peaks of the Blue mountains on
&c. oM
Very old age iz only desirable to nor would any horror of war have
ADVERTLSING RATES:
the north and the Steen mountains the truly virtuous, and they always
t 1 wk 2 wk
cast its dark stains on the pages of
*'“1 ó mo “ 1 I 6 mo
on
the south, towering up into the have sense enuff not to ask for it.
¡r». u i »¡i Dj
♦LOU
our history.—Carrier Dove.
4.50
lZ.üüi 18.uo
realms of perpetual snow. This
¿.5U Ô.UÜ 8.ÜU l.j.UOl .Luu
Thar iz no'oddv who gits so lo.v
—
i
i
4.ÓU <». *W 10.1X1 z0.(0¡ ¡.2.00
valley has
WE HAVE THE LAROET8 STOCK OF
9.00 15.00 L.SOi 4.4.1 U
I. 6.UÜ
down
in
the
ditch
but
what
he
A
t a single kiln in the secluded
1L.OJ 10. Ú0 Ui.Ou Mou xeno
■1'
AN
ABUNDANCE
0.00 1 11 ) tA>
kO.UU .0.UU 4'J.0u
thinks thar iz sum lower down town of San Felipe, of the Incom­
DRY-GOODS,
gW“GROCERIES,
CLOTHING,
of water supplied by the Silv’es than he is.
^“HARDWARE, ITC.
plete Towers (Torresmochas,) in
far BOOTS, SHOES,
gW“FANCY GOODS.
—to ail \car. V ndvei-
Liberal reduction
Call
_.... _
al Ufllce, or
of . n e tv.Tu b. ish er.
and P.litzen rivers and their tribu­
Munny will buy allmost enny the Mexican State of Guanaxuato/
' u . b vbargaU axfru i . .,r 4.i -
h a <•.
Ever brought into
taries, and other smaller streams, thing a man wants except Virtew, is produced lustred pottery rivnl-
inmoral medí* ina .
i u.’>¡¡
11 of which have their outlets in Helth, and Kontentment. ’ These
dvertisemen « at kes than i < er s per
.
____ ling in.brilliancy the gorgeous Gub­
price, yearly, or -U teins, irai.R.cn-, the Malheur and
Harney lakes. three artikles aint in the market.
bio lustres of the sixteenth centu-
m
Ilarney lakes
/■''Vlpccfal position • extra « barge per hi The Malheur and
ry.
During his Mexican tour of
The grate excellence ov wisdom
iClU'.K ; instead uf pv«lli< ii a «funding iciu.er
These two lakes iz to git the greatest amount of two .le“r8 «g° Charles Dudley
'' allen Un tu an. eat h week ,t> run iu . i.h have no outlets.
i
« in at icr free.
iity Ï- ■ “A b we « ercotype all our advert ¡Beinen « are connected by an artificial chan­ truth into the fewest amount of Warner found specimens of this
Look--
Look-
Look
i^<»it »D’.u,!gtB aLer «. ùur puini< a iui «. *, ca- h.
ware, the making of which had
i/br¿XlStiv5rtl«hig in loi a! < odimi b . I c a inc. nel and are on a level with each words.
* our fa»:! Marriage, biribí Bivi 'enti; !i,.u*e- oticim contrary notwithstand
—Just received Three Tons of Sugar, which we sell very cheap.
Anger albvuss hurts us more been supposed to be a lost art.
‘di’itvl>Kl^,',i’v' r',K h
F•
• HF '
F
■■
rvc by the m 11'-' t!■ :n it duz the thing we git mad Miss Y. II. Addis, taking up the I
,1;'.',; a? Àberfil rates >ft¡ei’-
• -
m . i g.
—We have 500 bbls, of best Roller Flour, winch we will sell at 17.50 per bbl.
-otis
»Tf bt Uca.
iuHUl UvvOtS.
' .......
— ..........
—
giving a g gr.-.phy of this region at
—
Come and see our Large Stock of Calico, Gingham, Muslin, and all kinde of Dry-Good«.
i-l rtory «
tdew
th
is
far.iishal.
disc
>v
r
i.l
the
r Fiv. D‘ to *
The-, two lakes cover an urea of
I.yu
I< E r ) FOMJBiG N
—
We sell Bleached and Unbleached Muslin for 8 cents; Calico, 6 cents; Gingham«, 10 cent«; Ck«V-
place
of
in
.inuf.icture.
In
Harper's
It is strang what learned phools
lui»^- respe«’:fu!ly soli i
bout 150 square miles and are there are in this world The man Magazine for August she will tell iots, 12.J cents; and all Other Goods of Every Description and Quality, and Style, in like proportion, hut
•sirv iu keep our Jx-ri ¡« e p e • ub
< s ttn.l reliable fii 1 »*•«•* « a! . i i:,
NEAU THE CENTER
will be sax«a . • .i ;e: >U’
I who hi.z Intel*’ found out, aft. r two the story of her exploit, and W. C.
■; « ulemeU B bsCuc ’j-. u ,,ur . ir i
Li« and adjviunig c. un L »>
of tb< *i lhy. 11 (ir *1.ores ar year's sareh, that the cockroach’s Prime, in an introduction to her
low. I’it thev have never been egg iz round, and oval, is one of article, will explain the value of
GIVE US A CALL AND BE CONVINCED
00,001
JOB WORK
th ■ lustre of the Gubbios.
n to overflow. The low shores them.
rass. description exv u e¿ v. it h n. ui tu 11 k !
I
i u, ». co ». n»b
of ii.. ■ b.kes accounts for the shal­ I An Atheist iz one who sez he
l'a.nph'cta
P.t.en,
i.m nv«<*». If 1 eiter lita «,
low !• - of rhe wells in this valley, don't beleave in Divine Providence. The secretary of the State of Penn­ THAT WE CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK AND ASSORTMENT OF GOODS IN THE VALLEY.
«
SÄ
( ar< f , Ti » s,
D» « ___
ge:B, i-i .
». luvita.l ...
whirl am from right to twenty feet I ivine Providence kan stand this sylvania has made public the exact! Aug 8-87
-------------------- —
vote upon the constitutional amend­
Irrig.i'ioi. is
' az long az he kan.
AL» I» kevftr.'g'i
.i:>- l >r :c deep.
ih® Geo. FrlL *»ui Newspuper .*u-
ment.
The entire vote cast was :
Avarice eats up . very other qual­
NoT N!-> EfSARY
reau, A> Sprut » « . ,\i .* i <;
781,261.
For the amendment,
to r.iise crop- .n •! gardens. The ity of the harte, good, bad and in­
296,
617;
against,
484,614; major­
different.
BARNEY ADVERTISEMENTS.
FILIAL DI h E i T o KY.
soil here contains .. i the prop« rties
ity against 187,927. One-half of
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Most
all
cunning
men
have
a
necessary to make a successful
VATIOS.* l :
the majority came from a single
C37ieral Blacksmith
grain growing country, Small fruit speshalty, and they are generally az
over I n^dnB -1
■ Lvijd:nin IlHirs
J. NAT. HUDSON
county, while twenty-nine counties W. A. Wil «IHRE,
i. I«b<»i«ldeut.......................
dull
in
other
things
az
they
are
II. R. SCHLÄGEL ------ L akeview , O bb * ob .
Lakeview, Or.
Harney, Or.
and shrubbery, and berries of near­
voted for the amendment.
n¥Q1^uf Treasury ........
V»
sharp
in
that.
ly all kinds can be successfully
of .rueriur
WILSHIRE <fc HUDSON.
vi War
............
it
To I cleaf nothing iz just about
raised here.
uf Navy .............. I ci j
The
royal
wax
work
show
in
West-
of Aftrii ultiire. . Jvu
az iriueh evidence ov wisdon az to
Prepared todn.lt Kindi of Workln the Blsckimlth Ua*.
Hort. tbMia« at VM ff k«*4
Ge..era!
.....
W
Attorneys-at-Law
VACANT LAND
miniser Abbey—closed to sight­
°enerai
,j* •jvi*
belcafevery thing.
LAKEVIEW
AND
HARNEY.
OR.
« b 1 V.' -
STATE—OBF.O< ■ N
as level ns your floor in bodies of
Modesty and bashfullnrss are of­ seers since 1839, and well nigh for­ This firm practice« in the court« of the State,
O
B I .1. N. Dolph,
thousands of acres, is here to be ta- ten konfounded, hut they are az gotten— will be described by John and
before the I1. S. land (HH< e. Any land
I J. II. MiUl.e.l,
.. .Binger Hernniuii,
Office or other business entrusied to them will
Lillie in Harper’s Magazine for Au­ receive prompt attention.
ken and is just ns good as any that deiikasy and dullness.
SylvcB.er E<.niio.*er,
-BUGGIE8, WAGONS, IT C.,->
of state ...... |..Gv«j. \V. Mcbriue,
is
occupied.
Home
seekers
in
Ore
gust.
The most important of these »-LAND CASE« SOLICITED.
K.
(.. W.WvbD,
Next to doing man an injury, in
MADS TO ORDSB WITH SCATS»»». AMD OT .008 QVAUTT.
lc Instruction K.. J. h. McEirvy,
I
gon cannot do better else** here.
“lively eiligies,” as the old chron­ I_________________________________________________
K
Frank i ukei
point
of
meaness,
is
tc
do
him
a
ALLWORK WARRANTED.
Kk R b. Mialiun,
!
This Eden will not long remain benefit, and then continually re­ iclers called them, will be shown
i
Wm. P. l vril,
> W. W. rhu.icr,
in illustrations.
V. J. MILI a KR.
in an unsettled stnte. but in a few mind him ov it.
DISTRICT
ATTO
R N E Y-A T-L A W.
short years this land will he all ta­
When a man finds fault with
"V" Auur»»y ...
H a .ND,
Harney City, Oregon.
An exchange recently contained
ken, the golden opportunities now himself, he expects you will kon-
Will practice iu all the State Courts.
1-tf
DREWSEY ADVERTISEMENT.
offered will be improved.
tradict him, not koincide with him. the following: “Wanted, in most
W G ILHAM
J. T. SHI EL' «
The climate is salubrious and
Good breeding makes all pholks ¡every town in the country, an edi­
W. E. GRU E
tor who can read, write and argue
V. J. M illek will compare favorably with any equal.
,.LYTL’ H o ARD
After yu have learned to think, politics and at the same time be re­ ßLACKSMIT
1. B. J amts other part of the “Inland Empire. ’
ligious, funny, scientific ami histor­
W. R. (.RAI ON Burns and Ilarney are the princi­ the fewer I uoks yu read the
better.
. A. A. ( O ING
ic
at will; write to please every­
■ ::
: .*) V\ . F. ALbBBNON
pal towns and in fact are the only —New York Weekly.
. . ■ L. b. bAKER
Y-,
perlnteadent (D)
body;
know everybody without
„■ .,‘tíf/
pector .................
Wx. MUkEX towns in the Harney valley.
These
VAN. S. CURTIS, P rop ’ r .
DICKSON & SULLIVAN
-
-
-
-
PBorairr®««.
.-’iCBVitw V. «. lAjri' < m< F .
asking or being told; always have
Dots f.>r Reflection.
towns
are
alx.ut
fifteen
miles
apart
■ A. I . *•:• f ’, t .• V-.
Ix>u. J. Bosenberg, Mixologist.
something
good
to
say
about
every
­
N* . M. Te N
in the northern portion of the val-
The sulject of education, cs-
body else; live on wind and make All kinds of Blacksmithing
Everything in our line of the Best. Liquors—Whiskies, Brandi««,
ley. Loth towns have an
pecially the education of the masses,
more money than he will enemies.
and
Wagon
work
Wines, Fancy Drinks, etc., Cigars, etc., always on hand. wh«n
IMMENSE TERRITORY
is everywhere a matter of earnest
For such a man a good opening
you call on “Uncle Dick,” at Drewsey, Harney county, Or.
Horseshoeing *5.00 a span.
adjacent, adapted to both farming discussion. Teachers, editors, can­ will be made—in the grave yard.” I
EV LODGE.
»7, I. O. O. F,
and stock-raising. The town of didates for office, preacher, farmers,
Ieverv Sat u rd a v at
i —
PKINN»»>, N. Ò.
Burns has two creditable newspa- mechanics, white and black people,
»
T<»
Entirely
all
classes,
are
discussing
«he
sub
­
Agents
pen* viz: E ast O regon H erald
Nell
ELITE SALOON.
and Harney Items, the fornx r by ject. How wide-spread this awak­ Wanted
i Hew Rook
HARNEY,
------------- OREGON
m» «t worderful roller I ion of fra » tic al ,
his honor D. L. Grace, ai d the lat­ ening has teen is illustrated by the BK The
a L tAL*-t and inUT-MT t «1 Ur ihr pe.,pie
COATSWORTU A TREGASKIS,
puoiishe«! oir.hr «lote. A makvel or
ter by J. M. Vaughn, Esq. The interest shown in the sulject by e*er
psofbiktubb .
MONBY-BAVINO and MONBY B»«N!V(kL>r e»ery
WASHINGTON, D. C.
£ d departs dt^HKn > « «XCepttd.
C. A. SNOW <fc CO.
oaiiina ir Th. t.«a»iG«*'i M*ai»iflR>l. he.pful
principal stock men of this valley the country press. When a South­ un®
engraving « «¡lowing just Hü t » du ever* i hing
riTY
»V«»»— Al
No
rompe
i
ion,
n.».
ho.
g
«Ise
h
•
n
-
hennive.se
íkda- ». W*l««
are Mess. Peter French. J. S. Devine ern county town weekly, depending When * «»il «eiet I tha* v» bi< h « of thus val e ,
J. b ri
nJ um.
Psfen'« oh'ilneA. »nd »11 p«tent hti.lnr»» »tl»w<I»d to prompdy ••« *»> ""fT****.!*^
uria. Bi'J kp m.
-V». Thnmlr
saie «Ute. Ml ail ««rei) ^‘«irin« facing
Onr ()««• I» • pp .!(• ike U. »■ P»'»nt (i«r., »nd w» r»o oboi» I» W
and the L. F. Co. These parties for life cheifly on county advertis­ 84«
I 'll L->ÍMKNT Mh«l Lx'kí» g f,'r B'<n€ *lin« thoT-
w«»»—«
remote from Weeblmcton
Rend Model or Dr»wln» We ed.lM •»»•
FIR'T L»«««» an rx /«urainariiy low
are all said to be millionaires and ing. takes an al iding interest in a unahi»
n'a •»»
phi « ah. u.«i wr. e !• r u«a rip L»n imi «erma
of rb»r»e: »nd we m»ke no rb«r,e «nlee» p»«ent I« eeeMred.
— a ».
M. KIBBLER,
r»:»>a t*
.»n them* a* remar kaidc ■< tile .ement in bwk
We
refer
here
to
the
Pv»f
m»»'«r,
the s»perlnte»de»t ol Mwey Order Pt
their wealth is variously estimated matter of general concern, it is making •»»»< « the world began.
HARNEY, OR.
nifi» I«» of the V. S. P»tent Ofllre. For eln«l»r, »dTlre, ter»». Md renna in w
SCAMMEL A CO . Box .5003,
proof that the people are beginning
from one to fifty million«.
Twenty Years Bxpciienoe. Reasonable
rii > >U Li your owa Bt»te or coaair, write t« »boe» »Hf
Î* #
St. Louis Qr Philadelphia. charge*.
The L. F. Company have lately to be aroused. The South is begin-1
VOICES.
A ma i died vt« ert ishf. To-clav the town
Makt« meidiun *.f hia taking ..fl*, and suns
llis . ir U« s Mud Ls u.iii t s. (>i bvFi.ci,
Mi s ii a i. i ar ering an<l lures ) irutic,
In h.-iiHK 'here he v.as known, in in s. mar's.
Or lie puttiif p.at'8 liiere lhe common weal
• a her he u » a n-fo k: up ami down his name
s s; . ke of in us various wa s of spee« h
s ur® lie voi* cm \ari.n.s «..unding it:
(.ruff hr. a ed Li ss, shrill treble of old age,
S. ■ si. i a < \ of a Mvinen's ton lie.
or w - ike ut erance of a iinle child.
1..U e, n.N . a e in iaiHinti.s: “Ah! a shrewd
T hum
Hr,. Jiva i Htibihai : mu< Ii I. ts io us. mu( h 1. ss.
And u> fvr i’.curi”—Wiße snrug of shoUiueib
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“We. i, ' b 11 L'tTe quoted hereon *< hange.”
Aiiviher nl.. iiu i s unmered wi:h him on< e
In le snre tiin •
* ri ch £ood fellow gone!
Tie .Ilie, he oxi- ; Ii s ease: bin who dots not?
Fvr me, gh v mv !.e. hoi »hat Horace lo\ed,
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a liny one wh.
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, u¡u prize . lur less,
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i hi . ii,sheart:
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h « wife:
“Alan, poors.ui. : If oniy he had gia>ped
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i u. then—his hear! i *. t.B ■ igln, H.i.i G*»u .h guod.”
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hud i.aind
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A h al -pr. ie« ling
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feuiti nuiight. bu
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k.i
had : left,
Ami <.iearn! of lit utea l\ r h e sakt* uh lie.
Meanwhile, whai ut.g .his mini, ami what his
phu v.’
Yoiia-k. vonfns?d by all this I ’a bei talk
Ui here mid so.n.er, from ho; fei.ow-ineit.
I am ax ignorant us unv one
Who e J0ceeh ,\oU Heard, and yet I loved him
w co.
Nnv, i Bk me not: usk only (¡.id. He knows.
— B k I ia R o E. B urton , iu Harper’s Mugazine
for August.
13
«
! consolidated their stock and land
interests here with Mr. Jno. Devine,
and are partners as “Lux, Miller,
Mason A- Devine” and are known on
this coast as the Pacific Live Stock
Association, which is perhaps the
strongest on this coast if not the
strongest in the world. Their do­
minions extend from (¡rant county,
Or., to the southern confines of Cal­
ifornia. They can travel hundreds
of miles from here in a southerly
direction and camp ev< ;-j night on
their free holds. Pete; French Esq.
is administrator to the Dr. Glenn
estate of California, Mr. French’s
wife Leing heiress of that estate.
Two established surveys
Burns,
P.
GrENERAL TLÆERCH
DISINO.
COME ONE!!
ALLI!
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& Waaon-maker.
p
the
D rewsey S aloon .
FATENT8.
M idwife
M rs . & nurse ,
R. r rn>i »r.