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A defender of California ogninst
mission, in order to show the public the charge of "grossness, and a
(( MM I N ¡CATIONS BY olii KEA!’I
that the d'smissal is deserved. As witness that "withal! the wonder.
• hat winter is approaching :: the
A c«rt’i«l it.vitiiil h is extended each nod sistant Commissioner Smith isact- ,,f the great and th.’ grand
resumption of work on the (>. P ( mt - K<
uf ia.. H erald to contribu’e
TUrRHPAY, SEPTEMBER MW
1.« thib ilvparinieni ct the | apcr. on an\ subject I
They always start in together, l et ofk?
rallif ro' V»e« ;idm the right to ac-
iUlJ the delicately beautiful, will
t ep! or rojei i anv part *>r the wh.)!e, but not to Tann« r has not bwn to the office
winter is the only thing that stays ( i.nn/e till' j.lvnb »flit. I. We prefer ariieliB
n. L. oilier,
shook ' contribute to Harpers Magazine
MKLLI1C (¡RACE, J
the urt'er'A own tirât urv, but notn de sine.’ Tuesday, when he
for October u paper upon the I’or-
with it for three months at a time. over
p.un » a ure ad»:-ikdlb’e. We do no* h.dd our-
t 8 reanot sibie t»»r .he ».piui.u k advanced hands with orw of the enip' >y«es, ests of the California ( oast Range,
Portland Times: The duty ofthe tn wri
era unuvrlhe above caption.
EVEBVT.nS.l NEW ASD P|R,_ £•
T he H erald Î2.50 a year.
and told him that lie (Tanner) ! ¡tec unpanied with confirmatory tes
Democracy of Oregon, this very
to come into the, timony the shape of numerous illus
V» iMien frutu <• * m 1
minute, is to I .-gin a campaign at
trations drawn by .Julian Rix. ___
S iddle lit T ye , Or., Sept. 18,’89. building again.
A ny subscriber who fails to rt once aggressive to the end that it
Tb:, II..I.-I :•
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Eos. IlDtALD: i*i unit me a few I General Rosecrans, the demo
AtUlltlooal llarney Comity Hem».
ceive T he H erald on time will may be effective. There is no way
ran. v. ho Ims been regis
— Louis Schuedllehol Blanton, is
to begin the campaign better than
please notify us at once by mail.
ter of the Treasury since the early at work in Baker City for :i short
IN CONNECTION WITH THE
to unite, bury all little jealousies ble paper.
days of t'level. i - administration time.
that may hav? existed, and forget
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S ociety should be awakened to
—Circuit court commences its\ ______ ■ ,
wtiBremoved by rumor this we« k t >
ting aninif : iti- s of any and all na ald sometime ago on what I would
venti'r.tion of the evil-doing in Har
the necessity of self-protection. Ed
tures, fix th eye only outlie result call “Justice anti Reason" and with- ' to make place for 'I aimer. Gen. ney county, 2d Monday in October.
ucation, as a protective measure,
desired: Victory tor the people. out any selfish mot c whatever, i
— Mr. Porter, sheepman from the
should be more thorough and more
TH3 HER AID READING ¿g
The Democratic party owes its de but it seems that there is a class and 1 have it from good republican Steen mountain country is in town
practical. The wealth of the coun
to-day t ying to find a house to rent.
feat in this State more to it ; man ready to make remarks, not know authority that he will not
try should be more heavily assessed
IN HERALD OFFICE,
tur’ cd during Harrison s ad aiin-
—Mrs. J. C. Parker received this
ner of pulling and hauling apart ing my object in writing.
to sustain a broader and better ed
two week from Bloomington Nursery a
than to any other one cause. In
ucation. It is to its own interest to
men small collection of fine house phint-,
unitv there is always strength.
have the masses educated; and hav
and including 2 roses, a noisette, "Mare-
Every Lady and Gentlemen a welcome VuitM
Division, l.o matter how small, may be a little hard for some to had asked for his retention,
chal Neil;” a tea ’ Cornelia Cook;”
ing done all that should be done
leads only in the dir. etion of disas
1 fuchsia, the beautiful “Storm
to educate everybody, men should
King;“ and mixed varieties of ge-
be held strictly responsible fortheir
The Republicans are at work. ligent individual to look as deep: The sudden and unexpected r nium.
crimes, and the foolish, soft-headed.! They arc leaving no stone un down into the great and grave! death of Rcprcs -ntative S. S. Cox
—Dude Cavin will havo served
soft-hearted sentiment that plead turned to carry this State at ths pro! k in of human de.-tiny as his in New York ear ;ed great grief in ' out his sentence for aiding escape
for mercy for the red-handed crim next election.
Wnsbingtrai Hi loss will I e felt 'of a prisoner from custody, to- ZESO/iSCJtio
power of mind will admit of his go WashingtUL
inals and chronic depredates up Tho Democratic party is the par ing, though not altogether from by the«-codb.'v especially and by ■ day.
on the rights of others should ct
on to 1
ty of the people. It enters into its s.-lfii-h motives, for we work and tl: - Democrat party, and it will be
BAKER, CITY, OREGON. «Uteri
¡campaigns in the interest ot the think s; riouslv in 1 : lu)lf of the cn- difficult, if not imp.■.-•.-»ii>le, to fill the Repul liean leader, will have
| an article in the October “Bel
i people, and it relies on the people tire human race, ai.d espeeially his place. His was a rare nature: ford's” on “The Prot< ctionists’ View
Have the Largest Establishment in Eastern O m BH
I to come forward und give their in our friendsand fellow-citizens, for scarcely duplicated in a century. of It.” This will be followed later
The Lfttetit Size In Cheek.
T he H erald being a de. irai le dorsement as men, not "s paid evidently that or.o common fate lYr.-onally there was never a more on by other articles f-om the same
p ipular man in Congress. Nearly pen.
advertising medium to outsiders. hirelings. The Democratic party awaits us all.
—Drawing n ;nics for jurors to
I have motives for writing to th* every person one meets hero has serve at next t- rm of circuit court
Ims had many “cheeky” oilers, but I has no sack. Corruption in any
last Tuesday's mail brought us the I form sliould not and does not enter readers of T he H erald , but not some personal anecdote to tell of begins to-day, 26th ¡list.
I.ini. The clerk of the House ap
it is not my o! ji ct
“cap sheaf.” After asking us to into i‘- transactions during elec selfish <
BUOGTSS & BUCKBOAEDS AM iL rn
— Judge Shields returned Friday
give them :i 26 worth of space. •’¡•2.50 tions. Its r eord will bear the bafile the mi mb.« of ar -.y true-hearted pointed the following R-.-prcsenta- from Canyon City where he has SPORTING GOODS, & Cutlery,
worth of subscription, choice cf po most searching investigation.
citizen of Harney v Iley, nor is my tiv. s to take charge of his funeral, I e?n conferring with Judge Maxey
In the coming campaign, the De- object tocrcate animosity in any one which to k place in New York to • .Raiding settlement of pecuniary
JSUorv-o» «fe? TlaiO«
sition, for the sum of $8 a year "pay
able quarterly,” J. II. Zeilin & Co. niceraey will have a hard struggle. degree, l ilt I aim to make it my ob day: Me.-srs. Carlisle, Randall
of Philadelphia adds the “following And any Pemoerat who is loyal to ject to create peace and friendship Holman, Felix, Campbell, Sency,
Tinwarr Glass. Paints and Oils.fl^Al!sloc^b
— Dr. Alex Gibson does not in
conditions” for the publisher to : himself and his party will at once between the good people cf Har- Ilc-aid. Muckier, Kelley, McKinL-y. cline to the opinion that ours is a cli Deering Binder. Ac ¿ffST'Uommunications ansrc-1
; go earnestly to work with a deter noy valley, where there seems to bo I Cantion, Recd Barrows, and O'Neil mate unhealthy enough to warrant
Orders with this House if you want to Iuvr
’’That tho T’ubliiher will not knowhjpJy H mination to carry this State for the
a young physician, desirous of de
an existing prejudice, and I do of I’cnn: ylvania.
iert any ?<lveniBerncnt whl h may be u eepy.
1 party of th ■ people.
Tli - rolls of the Pension Oilice pending ..holly on legitima.e prac
tbir.k it is the duty of every i: itelli-
In whole or hi part, of 1 hat furnished: <.r that
notbingehnll hi* published whit it sn.r.y be calcu i
It is not enough for a man to say g mt individ 1 to follow the same contained on the last day of June, tice, to make the Harney country
lated to injure the business of J. II. Zclliit A Co. :
is Democrat. He must under example; it surely- is not the PC •189,725 pensioners and is still in a business location. While we ar?
or by mentioning the s»me In ecneuro: civ. will
glad to receive this health certificate
exert ourschcs to protect and promote their in stand the word Demoracy, and then
sire of any busir 'S man to want a creasing. The figures are from an lor our section, we are sorry we can’t
terest. when notified by them of any violation
! strip off his coat and wad° in ami single enemy ', it should be the de official statement just is-ned.
add the doctor's name to our list of
of contrac t, on our part, will promptly remedy
vr forfeit pay for same.”
. be a Democrat.
Seerctaiy Proctor is laying the business men, as he is an intelli »
fire of every em? in place of encour-
We don't know what he takes ut
Let Eastern Oregon have a Uni aging cumify, to encourage peace wires to succeed Morrill, of Vermont gent, well-educated, honorable gen
tleman, a physician and surgeon
for, unless it’s the (¡rant County ted States Senator to look after her
whose term expires in 1891, and
fri. i.dsl.ip in . v- rv instance.
regularly admitted to practice. He
NEAR llCRN.s, OREGON. er
News man. We think it’s high particular interests.
:t >r Edmunds is doing all he returned to Alturas Tuesday morn
Wlmt would we give for some
, Or.. <
time for Oregon editors to kick if
L t W.rt’ i'n Oregon have a Uni demmstrntion of the fact that our can to assist him.
ing, accompanied asfaras Lakeview
SAYER <fc DORE
that’s the style of price» offered ted States Senator to look after her worst enemy Im l become our Lest
" >tn 1 & 1
There is trouble in tho ofliee of by J no. E. Roberts of Harney.
' particular interests.
f . t ’
the Coast Survey. Four years ago
Orcjjcn Swamp I.amis.
Keep» constfintly ou hand n large aleck,
Then let them work i:t harmony
Wlmt would we not give to know Mr. Cleveland removed the super
Telegram of Sept. 17th, states
for tl:t! go.-d of all the State and that we .-hall le pcirnittal to meet intendent of the office, and several that Secretary Noble, on a motion
I ..U liAMii: NOTES.
¡you will find rings and cliques a th'm ::nd to recognize t'm m as cur clerks for crookedness, and now for a review made by the State of
it is ;'.l leged that the assistants at Oregon regarding the swamp-land-
Present strength of the Grand thing of the past, and a government friend < to.'eVei ?
Army of the Republic is 413. 1,328, I
These and eimiitir remarks may present in charge of theoliice makes December 27th, ISSS, has denied
increase of b'J.itCKj during the pres will be here!
pred'.tee a wl>ol< f- mc effect on the a practice of obtaining money in a the motion. The amount of land ;
Yo i Imre hundreds of good men mind.« ofthe |> >o[>le, we should also dishonorable wa.v. Secretary Win involved, originally, was 91,000:
in Eastere Oregon v. ho w ill make !:o (f light to I'l Cm.' more tolerant, dom will probably order an inves acres. Of this amount 12,000acres
Corvallis Gazette: Win.'L Iloag,
by former decisions were patented
tip-top Senator.-'. They are men ■ and to xcrcise more charity to tigation.
general manager of the Oregon Pa
to the State. Under a decision of
whose homes are with you, whose ! ward the opinions ent. rtair.cd by
cific railroad company, went to the
’ 18, 1.889, 20,(KM) acres ofj
property intere.-t.- r.i'.-yottr pr<
others, and not to be tc > liartv t-. vi -i.: hrs returned to thodemocrat this alleged swamp land was decid
front on Tuesday last on a special
'interests, and who, if elected I. will ' impeach tl.e lmfiiv. :< of oHierswhen 1C party. lie will :tuinp Virginia; ed to be hilly and mountainous. Re
train, returning in the evening to
serve you faithfully d well.
garding the 58,000 acres remaming.
they express v.hat- they claim as in (»position to 21 a Lone.
this city. His trip was for the pur
This is what you want, and tifi’- I their honest convictions.
Secretary Noble decides he will not
pose of completing arrangements
a motion fora review.
i- what you must Lave ¡¡'your por
1 hope that the few observations long wrangle by making the rest of
for the active resumption of work
An4 all kincN ufsuriace luinhrr tborouslily BCNaonedforlvi^H
tion of the is to grow and prosper.
already’ mentioned will he carefully the Federal appointments for New
all along the line. Mr. Hoag says
REDI <’ED PRICE.
read and identified as true and York City.
the company is organizing its en
Dr. XV. XV. Keen, the cistin- ■
moral remarks and not I e such a
tire force of men to push the grad
guished Philadelphia surgeon, will I
problem to the people as those of a
ing and track laying, and will keep
"I’« ter. on” for Octo! er comes to cave, which “Uncle George’’ Dun
contribute to ii:;r;
few weeks ago.
the track up with the grading, and
us with a handsome new cover, can first introduced to the public
for 0-t iber a p-:ip. r t.pon "Recent j
in the columns of T he H erald ,
Il A. II endrd :; s .
push the road to completion, as fast
which the publisher announces to say the trip to this natural curiosi
Progress in Surgery." in which be'
as men and means eaa accompli-hit.
ty is well worth the taking, and, a
c.t ;; w -,
t :.:;'.-i:x I v.vrr.n.
points out the astoni “ling advance :
N. B. A Good road all the wav.
“Part of the f.-rre," h. said, "went !
ments about to be made in his ad- ride in the boat on its subterranean
out on \\ edn: day morning's train
Irro.n onr rorrili.r co.rcrp n er-'c;.t I .;
miral-lo p; riodieal. Those changes
and we are now getting the! carding
“Corporal Tanner is gone.” The and additions cannot fail to greatly
lit UNS ADVERTISEMENTS.
ears ready for steady v.ork on th -
Pension Odiec will know him r.o increase "Peterson's” circulation,
road." Frank J. Miller, the bridge i
!:.<>r ’, at least not as its chief, lie which has long been far beyond
W, W. Cardwell,
superintendent, states the bridge
will of course, contint: ■ to draw his that of any other lsdy's-magazine
men have received orders to go to
Where -v< : ihm;- - x< i ptioni’d! v pension. The long wrangle be in the country. Tl.e ¡Lustrations
A T T O R N E Y -AT- L A W.
v.ork at once. They will be engaged good, it is difficult to medie a elec tween the ‘’Corpored” and Secreta excclicnt, the stories capital, end
B urns , O p ..
at work on the I ridges from the eml tion of tl ic very I
; and this i ry
le reached its culminating the fashion and household depart
cour; o lie Slate.
'1 thetrack to the summit, and will tl.e dilemma we find ourselves con- point this v.e. k when tli Seer, t .rv ments are models in their complete Al t», bei ore »lie u’ I l ’. ihc
8. Lana wince.
CHAS. E. BOSWELL _____ - -,rncv ,
al ly stay in the field all winter fronted wiih cacu month when our stii],-ended Tanner from ofliee, ness. T ¡e lists of premiums for
J. C. PARKER, BURNS, AC»? j
L and M \ tters a S pe < iai . ty .
J. S. Anton, lb-, the contractor, who periodical
1 ‘cniorcst’s Mor.thly p- tiding the rei'ult . f the investiga 1:-00 present a tempting array of
Leaves V ALE on Mondays. Wednesdays andIvHH
has been at work with a force of Magazine, arrives. The October tion new g.d: gon. Tanner refused attractions to getter.; up cf clubs CH AS. SAMPSON - - B erns , Oi:
Ariivesat BI RNS on Tues<!.".\s. Tbuis.li’.vL?-' Bep
i number is bristling v. i :h good to CO ) itlc r liir. 1-clfsu.sp ::ded i:n- it will scon ’. e time to decide i n a
Leaves BURNS on Mondays, Wednesdav and ?»■
things, To start oft with, the eol- l--f-th- ord.r camo dire.-t from th. magazine for next year. Our ad
Arrives at VALE on Tuesdays, Thursday»,
lored fro nth-piece, “The XV. Pi ing
■ •’ ' - ' •'t. '1 t 1 ■ '.ht 111? whole vice to families not familiar with
Trip," is n lovely picture of a me ¡l etter I . fo-e Preside!:» ILirri- n. "i-t
is to .- i.d fora sample
*5^ Close connection at VALE with stagen
Hat. s Rights 1 'emocrat: It is style as ” ’ .\
5 nchliiig Party,'
gi on who was compelled to delay Ids in copy. They will certainly be in-
p:< post d f . push , i ' i :.ding and track ; in the previou number, ai nd follows tended ib y,;.'tire for Deer Park in <!
d :-. try it f.-r ayear. r.r.d thcre-
1 iy iug this wiut. r t;> a point tif'v naturally in s. queue ; for is not a order to h.-ar the parties to thi.'- ,;f.er "Pct' r.-on ’ will always be a
—G EN ERA L R EPA I RING—
I.evond Gatesville, yachting party often a f rtr :::iner dispute
l;.-pnte. Uxaetlv v. I -e w:>s said nec»":ity in the household, Ad
nineiy-two mill . I vend Albanv. of a wedding trip?
In addition wl-.cn Tanni ■; r and No! ¡e met in the dr.:- Peterson's Magazine, 306
rin- will tuke th« r ad to the sum 'there nearly 1 15') other illustra- Preside: it 's private oti'ee where ( is strut Street. Philadelphia, Pa.
mit graded bv Hunt. The pres, nt tiotjs, ir.' Iv.dit'g a v« rv ¡nt< n . ting they Lati '. 1. on summon, d will prob
mplly ex<?' uted. The ’ ui’ding has been en
• ’V '1 i.' pr.MC'l a; •! is nrej a’-v i fo turn
> it'.;at:nn is about like this: The road Cories sl’.owit-ir various kii-ds «>f al le nevi t i io knowti. ns the onlv
•ramento Record-Union: J. J. « iti c:,l kii '.fc .¡I blu> kF'iii hing o: short n. ti> v
Bini in the lus s le. Tert s ( ash.
i« ?r.obd. including A ntoiv ib s con •‘Human Ha! it;-.1 .t:o:.s," Among thè v. itnessc ■* V were the President and Mar
. Justice < f the I’eaec cf Altu-
, it is under-
tract, t-A< uty-tour m.lcs levend ; stories are o:ic ! y Eli i V.’h. -lcr Mi r hal Ri nd’ '1 AHI
ras, Modoc county, has written to
HAU X : Y ADVERTISEMENTS.
•..«I• .-»v¡lie, which is t)drtv-nin< \\ il> ox. : nd cm ("The Little lù’’ - stood t hr.t Seerctrrv
:: r v Noble t. Id Atto: y-Getier;:l Johnson forinfor-
n ib * < ¡ist of AU any. That leave- el") a!. •:! Al ral kam Li..« ohi. m.d the Pr . •ide:
ai ibe i' vos igation motion as to whether or no
jo . l-,e lias
V». A. V. 4 J,s*|
J. s.ir. nr uses
ll.iity-onc mil. < of grading to le one for "Our (iir ri ." atout "A But- n.»w go'.i ;g o
i.nkt \ lev., ur
: >:i Office the power to try tl he Superior Judge
don. to reach the Hunt grading on tertly in Harms -s. ’ Chi: t;;:e Ter- had < <.;.vìr
him that Tminer «' t hat county for I eing intoxicated.
tl.e summit. Rails ha\e been labi hunt- defines in A l’ow et Ri'.'. o ; ì " W:'.S hot a ¡j
ient a:.d indiserc t. In liis lttter he says he ■ thinks he!
live miles I eyond Gat.sville. Tin the mi.'smn ..ml - -; h r.- of «le r.itiv.' and t'.-a•ì li
.... pended him has r.o power to try hi: n, but not
program d to grade and lav rails tritles; " fh ■ I 'he ■niis‘.<-y ofCe
tl :<■ investigation being certain on the question he
LikEutb and iiarney , ok.
tl. ■ lull forty-eight mil s
the is dis '))'« "! in a t s'.niplc and ¡’¡telli- was e’of4(1
c in pec ted th.- a.-ks i'or advice. TheAtl>.i.< .'-Gcn-‘ in.»fe. pm. Ü,in tin-eoun. of the sino-.
7 Y '1”,’
‘e. An, lana
‘•■d ot the track this winter r.r.d to gi’.le lnticu.'.ge: nnd ‘'Miliari:.: ita r; stilt w olili
pie to demand < ral replied: “I think you are right rettnv
<->.trH».i<i to them will
,ft r,c-v (• .ritract« in the -piing and I avse and Cure'' " furt-ishes ntimbe ■ hi» BUIunii
disn.i .¡-I, Tanner in ; v:r .pir.i’n that you h ive no
A >l> I'ASE- MH.Il lTEI).
r.’r.'.im;. right along to Boi-e City. le suggestions alw.it
t’nt f il di- tl?.::. d to
c nt ci cither.jui¡s-iietion tn try the ■ Superior
One •hota .-rd or more men will l-c sense so prevale: r.t at th’s e. ■
or indiscreet : wfs . -Ind ,:e of your county, 1 ur.d.r th.
w inted, ns t. ir'.y ns we can learn, 11. sides, there i -. ■ a Supph nici.t lo I'-
Î', P P
V. » i
t in r. gard to the intoxication of
e-ident <11 I has
l he Oregon Pacific may I e slow in the Fashion I*, partu'.ent, f ni! od ■ ti 1 vet ’«*tr
• ■ public, but Tan- (
COAT-WORTH * TREGASKIP,
getting st.-uted, but it is getting
n r’« - ■
1 in the hands of
.along just the sum.», and will in r.o ¡is--:, tanee in pi lant ii-.g th- wi;,t r the j’n '< jlìf
hoble is known
great length cf time le a part < fa o_ttit. Gut eve •ry o.te n -1« io to have ì iit1
■¡-.-«'d to allow ¡ng Harper's Magazine for October
great transcontinental fine. The l.a.e ti;i- coin] p-eh. tisi ve F imi ìv T uircr to
i: he think-« h- p > m entitled Liuoverv,” which
probability is that it will reach M. g zine every r.-onth. It is pub- should be
• i. and onlv is appropriate, if ne.t by inspiration
-'1 rs . M. 1HBBLER,
Poise City ahead of the Chicago l.-hcd y W. J Ltmings Demorcrt, V .u.ts to IV:.
ai d Nortbwi stern.
ict. New York.
cial r.-p It C
,T'-.e-’v Y« r, rxpt-i.ee?. Kcn-nnaWc
wvrld’a mind to the h<r> of 1192.
THE HOPKIKS H0^2