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O regon H erald
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1889.
$2.80 a Year.
Only one member of the admin-
istration is at present in* Washing
W ashington , d . c .
ton. Secretary NoMe ia the man.
Aug. ». 1KM9. I
Assistant Postmaster Gen. Clark He is carrying the reaponsii ility of
son’s friends have never forgotten ♦he whole machine Lut it does not
bis aspirations to be Secretary of seem to worry him much, if any.
President Harrison gludem d the
the Interior in the present cabinet.
of many waitinggt nil
The store that is just now interest
September 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 1889
ing everybody in Washington is be
lieved to have originated with the her of appointments before leaving
for Bar Harbor. Still the number
ie required t.> gi • n.ri' «■ Hv
afore-mentioned friendsof Clarkson, disappointed was much the great
(Win*ibtfimperdoes not m BAcrihc
■«•ft, Jk a•Ubgt'TK cr dutg u..; ink»- I lk nuper
it tells in elaborate details that Mr. est.
•ffice. gadthc reatoii f<«r i k u .» i be.ug
FIRST DAY—MONDAY, SEPT. 2 d ,
/ neglecttu du g. j ir.iikis .he p. h
Attorney General Miller has gone
Harrison having become convinced
* ^.x.)Ugibiat*>tbej^]i8hvr lor pa. meat
D ash —Free for All................................... Purse $15000
’■ paper discon-
j that it would never do to appoint
ragt h . ..r the Pub-
| uu il ua mem 1«
Attorney General Miller, to the va
Bioum whether it
on the 22d, inst. at the laying of
SECOND DAY—TUESDAY, SEPT. 3 d
I. There, tail Im
justiceship of the Supreme the corner stone of the soldier’s ’
vmeu is made.
ive -E ighth -M ii . e D ash —For 2-and-3-year-old Colts
a paper from the
Court, nnd his being a New York monument, after whic!
his name urjiu-
cribed or nut. is
man having settled Secretary Tra turn to Washington together.
THIRD DAY—WEDNESDAY, SEPT 4 tii .
’s chances, had decided to ap
is paper stopped
jislivr < <,n. iiim k
THE LOCAL l’APEll.
II alf -M ile H eats —2 in 3—Free for All.......................... Purse $150.00
point Secretary Noble to the vacan
it lo pay for ii ii
B. This procee« s
cy. That would make a vacancy
t pay lor what he
Tbe local isa power for good in 1
FOURTH DAY—THURSDAY, SEPT. 5 th .
in the cabinet, which the story goes
that refusing t(
community ie » iich it is pub
a s from the p. st
Free f<r All Harney Co. Saddle Horses. . . Purse $100.00
lied fur, wiiUoU
lished. Busines- men know this
fat ia evidence ul
1 h s powder never \ arh 8. A marvel of pur i decided whether he will fill with
tv, s reiigth, ai.o bli...iR .irei m«. M. re ecu
FIFTH DAY—FRIDAY, SEPT. 6 th
Wanamaker, Letter, perhaps than any other class
u.iinii a! than the . nil ur ki . s invi cannot Postmaster General
of men, and those who know it best
le Kild in compe iti.m uili lie n.ulii'iule of
ne -M ile D ash —Free for All............................................ Purse $200.00
d k.t ,4 Ell A LI) CLVI i . ist
low tee’. K.n ri v.eight, alum ur ph. fpliirv p .w-
ri e Cenlurv, UM* year
deiR. >olo onb in < ni K. K oyal H aring Po \-
i»k n «H. Nicholas, **•*
General, or appoint Mr. Clarkson are often the slowest to admit the
der Co., lOo Wall Fi., New Y».rk.
Dein «rea: Magasin* <i - 'mu
Secretary of the Interior. A very fact. Since the local paper caters
Gude . ’• I-.U>
pretty story and one that will have mainly to the best interests of local
Entrance Fee, Ten Per Cent of Purse.
L m .MK m lustrateti
. I.ed »•'» l*upi
the intended effect of reminding business and local institutions, so,
Blood Horse Association Rules to govern all Races.
ix'B ie’i Sua<
«GT" No Money will be given for a Walk-Over.
President Harrison that Mr. Clark in turn, should it be fostered and
»v™ Weekly Call
W. W. Cardwell,
«•“ “Purses llung on the Wire.”
son expects to go in the cabinet if a cherished by local support. If
.»•«. Daily Kxamlner
Weesly New York w
patronage, home influence and ad
P. F. STENGER, Burns, Or
leiruit Free Frees
B urns , On.
Supreme Court. IIe< light to know vice, local papers become living epis
»-■«. i Hurpn'. Weekly
.. . 5.20
k Ma, ItiiriKr’a llrtinr
I’rac i°cs in all the court- o he Sta'c
it about as soon as anybody else. tles of the people, to be read and
Harper'.< Young People
3.7’> .\lxi, l e t.re he I’. >. LandOtin e.
contemplated by all men.
hlden'e Manifold c‘\elopeuin, ..'.id
L and M atters a S pecialty .
No Lilis will be paid the tide-
II c I h tonal volume afier \ . I.
Why is it that business agents
rra ver volume, »>.«.n„e.
O ffice in L and O ffice P. i - ilding .
I graph companies for carrying gov
and commercial travelers are al
r,>.K *df all the above worke > mi lie ex
ernment messages until it is de
mire In the KeauU.s Room
ways so eager to see the locai”
cided at what rates they shall be
V« Wu '•
daily, or weekly newspapers upon
paid for. The Postmaster-General
»Uaheri of perlodicifK tin- soli cite 1
entering for the first any consider
dug raveg, a copy of their work for
insists that one mill per word is
iing Room—Weflle. and bind i ie
able village or city? It is to get a
ut e.erv halfvolui. <
• ■ -
S. B. McPheeters, M. D. i enough. This the telegraph people photographic view of the people.' COME ONE!!
PHYSICIAN .t SURGEON.
: a L'>!..
A paper can reach no higher in ex-'
Office at W. F. Grate’s Drugstore.
The Treasury department has
I. di’nYKRTlblXO gATES:
cellence and usefulness than the
received by mail from the com
2 wk 1 mo ti mu j ' mo
standard of intelligence and ambi-]
en in ibt|
mander of the revenue cutter
. u*/ »u.UU 4*A', ♦11.JU ♦io.OQ
of the people among whom it
t . a . M c K innon ,
"Rush” full particulars of the seiz
i • 00
Thus will it be seen
Ans a d all k nrls of fui \ e Ing done on «hur
o.Ub 10.00 U). 0
« - .U*.
Seuler ure of the Canadian sealing vessel
you 1...00 Ui.OU 4-> U
i>4 (X) indite anti re aß. i aide u • n»s.
■W.'J 1 H .110 i.O.uO wish.ng o be io; a ed, < au have p a s funiighe “Black Diamond” in Behring’s sea, that a grand domestic journal must
WE HAVE THE LARGETS STOCK OF
• O.'JO 44.0Ü 4). “J 1 Hi O 14 >.u0 PRES of - liar-e.
1 e a sort of a mutual affair. While'
but declines to make it public un
fed and clothed by the people, «•“DRY-GOODS,
reduction to a
Saddle and Harness Shon til it is seen by Secretary Windom, it it is pays
¡¡¡¡.g o spa« e, J. C. WELCOME - pRorHiETon. who is at pr< sent out of town.
those who minister to itq neceysilies.
nr uns . or e <; on .
Ever brought into
Next winter, it is probable that
“Send us a copy of your paper,”
m . tv :s per
CI1AS. SAMPSON - - B urns , Ou I about 11,000,001) acres of land in has gotten ’o be a stereotyped re-;
the great Sioux Indian reservation
[u |2‘extra charge per in-
Jweition a s au iing rentier
in Southern Dakota will be thrown quest coming from Eastern i.nquir-
Ru. each »eea <s run in u i.h
-A N D-
open to settlement. It only re l ers to the publisher here. To save |
Jereutjpe all our aòvert ¡Foments
t and'ier :«r four publica.ioLK. |i ca< h.
quires that Congress shall approve the expense of a journey hither
»1 H bìii K in lut ai columns. I; >■ a line.
the agreement, which ex-Gov. Fos they want us to send them a mir- Í
E|| mv » ffirih, and detitn annoiinee-
I yuth ileniB «olici!e . ns :.CAK.
ter, chairman of the Commission,
vr a U' rate« offered lo re J i „ i.. 11 s f < >< i a 1. E. D. GRAY
- - —Burns, Or.
telegraphed the Interior depart very well that a good paper is such ;
—We have 501.) bbls, of best Roller Flour, which we will sell at $7.50 per bbl
—GENERAL REPAIRING— ment, W< dnesday, had been made a mirror. For years, the papers of¡
—Come and see our Large Stock of Calico, Gingham, Muslin, and all kinds of Drv-Goodg.
llIHlP ,OREIGN ADVERT -I RS
this coast have been scattered like
iCtfullv Bolitllinx \uiir ]n i. naze
with the Indians. Under this
"e. 8t“ Pleached and Unbleached Muslin for 8 cents: Calico, 6 cents' Gintrhnnia to ...n».. hi .
! sizesfn» keep our reauerep s e . as ;«> die
autumn leaves throughout the East
lots, 12.1 cents; and all Other Goods of Every Description and Quality, and’Style? in like proportion,^ut
toiiJ reliable firm k » lvu . a i.h, < < r
agreement the Indians will receive
be «aveci b> re.vriinx t.> lhe
All pemen « baaed up*.u < ur < irt u.n
$1.25 per acre for all the land sold ern and Northwestern States, tell
^,,<1 itajuining cuuttiks:
the first, three years, 75 ing the people the story of our
Prompt]v executed. The building has been en during
larged anti itnpruxed and is ureparetl to turn
per acre for the next two beautiful sunset land and it is
“ job WORK
out ail kin< k .»f I»1 h < ksmi hing on short notice cents
GIVE US A CALL AND BE CONVINCED
r rription exe< u ed v.itii n.ninjK
years following, and 50 cents per mainly due to printer’s ink that
pura« rt‘B««uabie rates
acre for all that remains unsold af Oregon is what she is to-day. As,
) .eiier he*a» s,
Red Front Liverv
Feed ter. The Commission, which was on the other side, the local paper THAT WE CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK AND ASSORTMENT OF GOODS IN THE VALLEY.
Note Heat a, . Car s, Th Ke s.
__ _______ __
compost <1 ofex-Gov. Foster, of Ohio, goes hand in hand with its patrons,
i if kept regularly on .*]’(• for re-
Gen. Crook, U. 8. A. a d II on. so on the other side, does it go
Geo. P. lUarell Newspaper A<i-
P roprietor . W. Warner, of Missouri, have been
politan papers of the land. AH in
A CASH BUSINESS AT BED- absent a month in getting the re all, newspapers are the educators
VIAL DIREI Km
quisite number of Indians—two-
of the people and the moulders of
General Blacksmith & Waeon-maker.
F. A. < OGHWH.L.
years old—to sign the agreement. public sentiment. Newspapers are -H ><• A. COOHWI I.L.
___ Benjsm’ ii IlnrrJ >n
H. R. SCHLÄGEL
L akeview , O regon .
I f our motto. Good Buggv Temin«. and Nice
moral reformers and civilizers.
'.. Janus*, Binine Saddle Horsts furnished al ¡leas, »n a hie Charges The Indians refused to sign a sim
They build cities and railroads.
Grain ilar agreement last year.
I m « . ............. lohn w
hit- and Grooming of Transient block, llay
COGSWELL & COGSWELL.
■ aSffir............. Rt -.lic iu 1’roeb;r «*n hunu.
constitute the thews and mo
Representative Allen, of Missis
LAKEVIEW ANI» LINKV1I.EE, Or.
SCO. Ultore. . Benjamin
Prepared to do all Kind« of Work in the Blacksmith line.
Horae Shoeing at
sippi, is intown. Speaking of the tive of the world's society. News
L Wm. H. 11. Milter
CANYON CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
John Mana maker
next House he said: “The republi
I. N. Dolph,
can program will presumably be instrumental in the emancipation 1-ly
I. II. Mitcheil,
C. A. SWEEIi.
the revision of the rules and of our race from its besetting sins.
z-B U G G I E S, WAGONS, ET C.,->
W. Me Brine,
an attempt to seat republican con The religious papers of the world
CANYON CITY, OREGON
MAOC TO OIDI« WITH SK.TNXSH, ANO Or OOOO «VAL1TV.
,G. W. Webb,
, B. .McElroy,
testants. I am not a democratic
A I. L WORK W ARRA N TED.
M. A. KELTON.
leader, but 1 believe that the ‘crimes to-day, than all the pulpits in Chris
. P. Lord,
they have taught us we should tendom.
Practices in the courls of the state, and before
practice.’ If the republicans arc
[.........L B I son
Office: Canyon City and Burns. allowed their way thev will quick theme and we must not l>c enthusi
L L. R ani »,
ly produce a working majority. astic. The following words from
Senator Davis speak exactly to the Wachmaker& Jeweler
■Hb. . g . W. G ilham
u. J. T. S hi el s
L...W. E. GRA< K
election cases in the last Congress. point. Let them be well pondered
J. W. BONEBRAKE.
I . V. J. M iller
and acted upon by all concerned:
l L ttle H oward
1. B. James
j. nxt : ii r DsoN
W. A. WILSHIRE,
stance they would not allow to be
W . R. gradon
Attorney, Notary Public &,
!.(!>) . • A. A. CO IN«
considered at all. I, for one have $500 to $10,(XX) in free lines for the
.(D). .W. E. ALi.ERSuN
WILSHIRE A- HUDSON.
. I.. B. B aker
no fear of the extra session. The it is located. The local editor in
M m . M eek er
A. C. BRODERSEN,... Lakeview
DICKSON & SULLIVAN
P roprietors .
Ü. a. LAMP <»FU< E:
.........A. F. SNELLING
Lou. J. Bosenberg, Mixologist.
for a town than any other ten men,
UM. M. fo.. N;>£ND
LAKEVIEW AND IIARNEY. OR.
It has been decided that when and in all fairness, man with man, Livery I Feed Stable
Thie firm practice* in the count of the State,
Everything in our line of the Best. Liquors—Whiskies, Brandies,
and before the I’. s. land office. Any land the Civil Service Commission cer he ought to be sup|x>rt<d, not be
office or other butiiurF eutrutied to them will
Wines, Fancy Drinks, etc., Cigars, etc., always on hand when
receive prompt atiemi. n.
tify three names for appointment admire his writings, but because a LAKEVIEW - - - - OREGON
you call on “Uncle Dick,” at Drewsey, Harney county, Or.
fT’I.AND <’A>ES SOLICITED.
and one of them is a discharged local paper is the best investment!
HAY A GRAIN
soldier or sailor, he must be selected a community can make. The edi Alwayaon hantL and prompt attention given
try >aturdav at
all order« for teams and vehicles.
FN«»N. N. G.
by the appointing power for t he tors of local papers do most work
for least money of anv men on
earth. Subscribe for v "r bs'al pa
The employees of the Govern- per, not as a charity, b' ' as an in
ment Printing Office arc working vestment.”—Corvallis Times.
COATsWORTII A TREGASKIS,
night and day to get the great mass
WASHINGTON, D. C.
I I MAGAZINE: IS i $2.501 I C. A. SNOW & CO.
of testimony in the contested elec
Compare the E ast O re - n H er A year. Send 25rto Belford. Clarke A Co., New
tion cases in print before Congress ald with any other a uot’y, or lo
Patent« obtained, and all patent huainesa attended to promptly and for moderate feet.
Our office ia opp. site the U. H. Patent office, and we can obtain in lew time than thoaa
meets. There is an unusual num cal. papers vou are rc< eiv ng each
remote from Washington
Rend Model or Drawing. We advlee as to patantability free
ber of such cases and a vast mass week (having paid for to h priv
P ET E RSON ’8 M AG AZ IN E
of charge; and we make no charge unites patent is tern red.
. . ...
ileges) and see if it does n * equal,
Mrs. M. HIBBLER,
the Superintendent of Money Order Divlalon, “
of evidence in each case. One of if not surpass, the majority in the
year. Rend 20c to the Charles Peterson Pub
the cases just completed makes a several points that comp-re the Per lishing
rlienfsin your own State or couuty, write to above addreve.
Company. Philadelphia, Pa., for
Twenty Ycara experience. Rea-onable
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