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H erald .
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1889.
$2.50 a Year.
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In winter the weather is cold but afterward, and died years ago at
pleasant, the usual effects of alti
I ED »VERY THURSDAY
tude being cheeked by the gentle chief Egan was also in command of LEAVENING POWER
chinook, or west wind. The snow the turbulent reds The defunct Of th* virion* Baking Powder* illua-
THE HOPKINS HOUSE
ITS IlESt llllTUlN', HISTORY, AMI fall is sufficient to preserve wheat town south of Burn* was named in
L & ______
IT TI KE PKOSPEITH.
tinted from actual testa
honor of his memory.
and P roprietors .
M. D. HOPKINS, P roprietor .
furnished by rains. In summer
to »..; ==========
RSflf the* reader is a friend to there is a pleasant breeze constant The grave of a soldier known as
the early settlement of the Harney ly blowing, which tends to keep of Camp Wright, who was shot by ,
[J NEWSPAPER LAWK
EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CLASS.
1 tmsster la required to give r<>’i e
let him send a copy of agreeable weather, no matter how Indians, while in eafup on the Blit- RUMFORD’S* (.Yoh). .UHRMMRMMMItemimi
ruing the paper does not n ►
HARFORD'S («he. M) SHRRmHI^MmtemHM
« a subscriber doca not take hi» j.r-j.-r this issue of T he H erald to rela hot the sun’s rays, and the nights
zen, as he mounted guard one dark
581|| Jpffice. and the reason for Its n.»t being tives, friends and acquaintances in
CHARM* (Alum ru.dn) teteBMMRMBIteteB
cool enough to make covering de night in February, 1866.
i‘y neglect to do so makes the |..c
This Hotel is new (House, Rooms, and Furniture) and offers courteous service te every Guast.
->.>onBibleto the publisher for put ment the East.
sirable—in fact one can sleep un
DAVIS* * uni 0. K.* (Alum)«pMmMmHteR*HM
BLOt‘ V per»**» order« his paper d.acun
r.DBe must pay all arrearages, or the Pub
der cover comfortably the year
,r”kSh\ continue to send it until payment iu
A. F’irxe Bar,
surrendered to Gen. Crook on the CUVILARDT..............................IMMMMRHM9
H pai , collect the whole amount whether it
IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOUSE.
the office or not: There t un be
FIORII* (Su Fiucaco)
uated valley in Harney county in j There is no timber except along
i , »continuance till paymeu -
East Oregon, between 118 and 120 water courses, where there is a light
The attention of small »tock-rais- OR. PRicr*.......................
het her he ha« subscribed • < u
> degrees Wes tLongitude from Green growth of birch and unusally large,
for the pay.
order« his »«per stopped wich, and between 43 and 44 heavy growth of willows.
But the ers was turned to thu.*ection about 1R0W nAKI(GroTi)...
itime, and the Publishei
degrees North Latitude; is between adjacent mountains arc timbered this time, and tamp Harney was C0RCREU.........................
Censral Blacksmith Waeon-maker»
1 pay for it if 3,500 to 3,800 feet above the level of
with fir, pine, juniper, mountain established as a military post, a HICKIRt .........................
S ai |
H. R. SCHLÄGEL ------ L akeview , O rb « oh .
i for what he the sea; embraces an area of 2,400 mahogany, etc. Saw-mills are lo man named Walker x-irrying the
Jrcfusing t< Square miles, or 1,536,000 square cated in the pineries, and the lum mail on horseback between the GILUTS...........................
■ran the post
Post and Canyon City. The fol HSIFORD’i (N«a« Such), whaa .ot foh. MBM
fifor, withou I acres, bounded on every side by ber of the best quality, sells much
lowing is a short sketch of the ear PURL (Aodrewa a C*.)............................ MMMMHM Pr«p«r«d to da all Kiste «f Work in th« Blackzmlth liba. Hon« sho«ia( at |>te>«r h«a*.
the same, is prime facia evideuev ui mountain ranges and lofty eleva- cheaper than in the East.
: tions, and is an almost entirely level
Garden vegetables are large, fine-; ly settlement of Harney valley, as RUMKMUF* • (Phozphzte), »E m aot fmh.. .Mate
' INSCRIPTION RATE'
plain, plentifully watered by the ly flavored, abundant and easily we have been able to learn it:
^-BUGGIES, WAGONS, ET C.,->
Report* of Government Chemist*.
Silvies and Blitzen rivers and their raised. We will on application give ; 1872— Stille Riddle, John Boone,
MIDI T« O1DII WITH NEATNESS, AND OF GOOD QUALITY.
the addresses of several gardeners the Smyth family, and JohnChap- pure and wholesome ingredients. It does not
A L L W O R K WARRANTED.
The Harney country which em here, who will answer in detail all: man, came in with stock.
contain either alum or phosphates, or other in*
ERALD CLUB LIST
1873— J. S. Miller, J. Cooksey, T. jurioussubstances.-EDWAKDG. Love, Ph.D."
braces the valley of that name and inquiries on that subject; the white,
The Century, one year
the contiguous rallies of Happy, Dia or Irish potato is grown with little Prather and the Venators brought
" The Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly
I mond, Silvies, Silver creek, Catlow, cultivation, and is superior to that in cattle and horses. Jas. Sheppard, the purest and most reliable baking powdex
Demoreat Magazine, ene > car
. Petemon Magazine
offered to the public.
Ac., was named in honor of U. S. grown in Ohio, Illinois, Missouri, and the Curry* brought in stock.
f Godoy*« Lady a Book
M West Shore
•• H kmbt A. M ott , M. D., Ph. D.”
General Harney, of Missouri, in Tennesse, or Kansas, we personally
1874— P. F. Stenger, and Tho*.
t Lealie’a Hluatrated New*|.u|»-;
"The Royal Baking Powder is purest in qual
I.ealle'« Popular Monthly
know as regards size, “mealiness,” Whiting brought stock in from
I a .11«', Sunday Magazine
ity and highest in strength of any baking pow
through this valley had a brush and flavor.
Belford', Magazine .
Douglas county, Oregon. P. F. der of which I have knowledge.
I Weeaiy Call..............
I with the Indians, and the valley
Small fruits, such as strawberries, ■ Stenger establishing hi* camp at
•• W k . M c M urtkie , Ph. D.”
i. Weegly Examiner
; was named in his honor—by whom currants, blackberries, gooseberries, what is known as the Sod House on
•All Alum baking powders, no matter how
«Uy Examiner ....
their strength, are to be avoided as dan
1 we have not yet learned.
grapes, etc., will from what evidence ; the Blitzen, afterward removing to high
.’eealy New York World
gerous. Phosphate powders liberate their gas
Detroit Free PaeM
or under climatic changes suffer de*
The Silvies river has its source
DICKSON A SULLIVAN
P ropri bt « r *.
past two years, be a success, as na : where Riddle A Boone had camped terioration.
III Harixr's Bazar
south of the John Day river, flows
Harper's Young Peo| h-
Alden’s Manifold Cyclo|»"lin.
Lou. J. Bosenberg, Mixologist,
a general southerly course, passing bearers. Fruit trees and ornament- i Rocky Point the present site of
tional volume after Vol. I,
T. V. B. EMBREE, M. D.
tra uer volume, pvalaite.
down the center of the valley, and al shrubs were planted freely by: Burns. Mail route from Canyon Office'at his re«lder< t the east aide ot 81
Everything in our line of the Best. Liquors—Whiskies, Brandies,
farmers in the spring; the fall set- City via Camp Harney to Fort Ma vie« River, ter. iri «» below Burna.
tea of all the above work, ran I « ex empties into Lakes Harney and
Wines, Fancy Drinks, etc., Cigars, etc., always on liand when
e>eure In the Beading Kooiu
Malheur. It is a rapidly flowing
you call on “Uncle Dick,” at Drewsey, Harney county, Or.
1879—The Smyths, father and
iblisher■ of periodical« are solicited stream, about 80 miles long, and
orders . have
been i son,
jbini rale», a copy of their work for contains every kind of fish, includ known.
S B. McPHEETERS, M. D.
ading Room—We file, anti bind the
[ close of the trouble with the Piutes
*ae of every half volume, P”d »
i. • ing the salmon trout, and other va-
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
j rieties of game fish. It derives its for fall planting in 1889; the result I I and Bannocs. The Bannoc warfare Office at W. E. Grace's Drug Store.
! name from a Candian trapper
'ceased. The first merchandise
As an agricultural region it will! store and saloon put up _ by .......
! named Silvies, who was killed in
1 2 wk 1 mo 3 ino 61.0
C. A. SNOW & CO.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
be readily seen that its inducements name(j Josephson, and kept where
an early day.
Patents obtained, and all patent business attended to promptly and for moderate feee.
K.ao «5 00 «» 'M >11 00 315.00
The Dunder-and-Blitzen river, or
6 50 12 bì
t . a . M c K innon ,
Our Office is opposite the U. 8. Patent Office, and we can obtain in les» time than those
! 5 .00
As to stock raising it cannot be
Any and all kinds of surveying done on shot
remote from Washington. Send Model or Drawing. We advise as to patentability free
1878— Win. Curry bought and notice
59 00 1 “Blitzen,” as it is shortened by com-
6.00 10.00 20 (B. 32 00
.54 00 ■' mon usage, is
of charge; and we make no charge unless parent is secured.
1 9 00 15.00 28.00
about 50 miles i n surpassed, since its water, grass, and moved the Josephson stock to where wishing to be located, can have plats furnishc
80.(0 1U) 00
1 16.(W UI.00 « 00
We refer here to the Postmaster, the Superintendent of Money Order Division, and
frek of charge.
;ooo 40 00 00 00 no ou 140.00 1 length, flows in a northerly direc salubrious climate take horses, cat the Levcns Bros, ranch is located.
officials of the U. S. Patent Office. For circular, advice, terms, aud references to uotuai
tion and empties into the lakes, and tle, sheep and hogs throughout the Daniel Wheeler, the first Justice of
clients in your own Stats or couuty, write to abo\e address.
i TO FOREIGN ADVERTISEK-
' obtained its unique name in mem year (from January 1 to December the Peace.
__ fully Solicit lag your patronage
‘/ito keep our readeispoBicil an tot he ory of an exclamation of a Dutch
1879- 80—The military Post at
1 U&JTi*nd reliable firms to deal with, cor
A’<lli> will be saved by referi in-to • 1« soldier, in Gen. Crook’s command, wild grass feeding, and when the Camp Harney abandoned. Large J. C. WELCOME - P roprietor .
l^>.-dta^emeuts based upou our < ir< u.« while standing guard over the pack winter is milderthan common, stock
stockmen began buying out the
jSr’AJand adjoining counties:
. , tral reduction to «11 yearly ad ver mules during a vivid thunder storm, looks better in early spring than in JI i smaller dealers.
at office, or write to Fublisl.er.
Eastern localities where they are :
•into s charged extra, according to »pace; in 1865-68.
1881— P. M. Curry, now of Lake- FEED AND LIVERY STABLE.
I.FCRnetnl base admitted.
These rivers and their numerous
•ml medicinal ads. at no price,
, Or., came here, for whom
H. CALDWELL, - - - - P bofbibtob .
'tiaementa at 1 cm than 10 cents per tributaries have their water sheds the texture and flavor of the meats > view,
D. S. HOI’KINS, A rchitect .
[ i Curry precinct is named.
>rice, yearly, or 20 cent», transient,
within the county, and the lakes
Grand Rapids. Mich.
.zr-_.position 12 extra charge t ut in having no outlet, serve to furnish
Will furnish Designs of House», Cottages, and Mansions costing from. $300 on np te a«y
stead of posltiou a standing n-ader
|1 to my address, and 1 will mail you a portfo
ation toad, each week is run in v rh i subterranean
irrigation to the whole
lio of 33 designs of dwellings, like the one on file in E ast O regon H erald office, with
is fully taken up by three or four Postoffice was established.
full plan of each, full-size detail», complete specifications, and til'd of material», all very
reotype all oar advert ^emeir* valley.
motto. Good Buggy Teams, and Nice
full and complete so any ordinary carpenter or builder will have no trouble in going
firms that hold all available ranges, 1832—McGowan xt Martin opened Is our Horses
1st four publications i1 » H h, <
Furnished at Reasonable Charges
ahead and completing the work. And if you do not find just what yon want, write mo
ng in local column», igc a :iuc.
Lakes Harney and Malheur, cov but the stock such as is commonly general merchandizing store in saddle
and Particular Attention paid to the Boarding
changes you desire made, and I will accommodate you. Or leave Order» with T he
birth, and death Kim. nti()
and Greomiu of Transient .Stock. Hay <1 Grain
H erald . Y ou will It as cheap to erect a hands<ime house rs to waste material on an ua
er an area of more than 150 square I raised by farmers, will do well.
Buch Rems solicited uh nev. k .
i Egan and the next year P. F. Sten- on bands.
sightly building. Wilj aid you in re constructing your present building.
ea offered to religl i s h mi. miles, and are connected by a chan-'
i Rer bought out Martin’s interest
nel about 20 yards wide and 200.
As mentioned in another para-,‘‘.nd n,ove<’the 8to;eutO the 8itC °f
yards long. They receive the wa
ters of both Silvies and Blitzen graph, the earliest period kiown ! the present town of Burn*,
rivers, but have no outlet and never regarding this country, is 1853, 1883—Geo. McGowan named the
overflow. Being situated on a level J when Gen. Harney was guarding the , new postoffice to be in the McGow-
W. W, Cardwell,
plain, and having low shores, these passage of emigrants to the Coast.! an A Stenger store “Burns,” in hon-
ù E.W R I T
I or of Robert.
Burns. Scotland’s fa- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
¡lakes have not such picturesque
Some time.in the sixties we learn
on file for ro- i scenery as Crater Lake to recom
that Abner Robbins, now of Drew I mous bard.
B urns , O h .
mend them to tourists, but their sey, used to ride on pack-horses, 1885—The first newspaper,
(&4K WILL B uy TIIK ODKLL TYPF.;wniTF.R
WARRANTED TO DO AS 04R
... a G-
as any One-Hundred Dollar Machine.
j value to farmers is inestimable.
among the Indians before any white ' ^.°^in]‘nl’ Patent-outside, was estab Practice« in all the courts o‘.be Stat e t 4>IV
' ' ' ' ' "
Right here, however, permit us men resided here.
L and M atters a S pecialty .
wears longer without cost of repairs than any other machine, has
1887— T he E ast O reoon II er -
ü : r-
Next is in August, 1865, when
no inkribbon to bother the operation. It neat, substantial, nick-
........ Levi P. Morton possessed by lands adjacent to these Point Wright was named in honor AI-D>
el-plated—perfect and adapted to all kinds of typewritin.g
... JFtan«'» '> P.iaine lakes that will draw hundreds of Gen. Wright, who went down in the newspaper plant was established by
.. .William Windom
LmJohnW. Noble excursionist from the East in the “Brother Jonathan” the preceding
Like a Printing Press it produces sharp, dean, legible manuscript. Two to ten copies
1888—In May T he H erald was
in F. Tracey near futurre: Standing in the door spring, and establishment of Camp I
can be nuule at one writings. Editors, lawyers, ministers, bankers, merchants,
iah M. Rusk way of farm houses about sunrise, Wright in Septeml>er of that year, enlarged to an “all-at-home-print,”
manufacturers, business men, etc., cannot m.tke a better investment for $15.
II. H. Miller
person in'a.weekcan become a Good operator, or a rapidone in 2 months.
Wanamaker distant objects, towns, farms, moun by Capt. L. L. Williams of Co. “H,” • making it the first and only news
11 ,000 offered any operator who can do bettor work with a Type-
Mitchell horses grazing on the ranges, are of parts of three companies sta- . : Harney country. Only $2.50 a year.
Writer than that produced by the Odell. gWReliable Agents
"C;:....... <« e H. r r Hermann
Pen nover pictured on the atmosphere and tioned on the ground near the pres- t ; N. Brown began the erection of the
and Salesmen wanted. Special inducements to Dealers
For Pamphlets, giving endorsements, Ac., address the
X.G. W Webb rise up from the ground like magic; ent site of J. S. Devine’s residence. I first Grist and Merchantile Mill in
.J. B. McElroy and these white representations are
ADOLPH TUPKER - - P kop ’ r 45 ODELL TYPE WRITER CO., T he R ookery , C hicago , III.
In Sept. 1865, there was a fight the valley.
,. Frank Bakci
R 8. Strahan so truly drawn, that a member of a
1889—The creation of Harney —GENERAL REPAIRING—
I Wm. P. Lord family living several miles away between the Indians (Harney Val
W. W. Thayer
ley Piutes), and a part of the force County was obtained with follow
IH-'XTH JÜDICtZl. DtffitKT
from home, can distinguish the per under Capt. Williams, between' ing officials: Judge, T. J. Shields;!
B I fon sons of the family as they walk
Camp Wright and Harney lake, i ■ Clerk, W. E. Grace; Treasurer, T. [
L. R and
i about the yard: brother from fa wounding a soldier named Smith II. Roberts; Commissioners, Lytle (
COCRTT- marrrt :
rther, or mother from sister.
in the foot, and another named j Howard; T. B. James; Surveyor, I Promptly executed. The building has been en
I n e
(R) . G. W G ilham
J. T. nhh I ” -
larged and improved and ie prepared to turn
who in after years died , ; W. R. Gradon; Sheriff, A. A. Cow- out
The Lake of Harney was proba- Griffin,
L.W. E. G rack
kinds of blacksmithing on short notice
the effects of the injury. That : ing; Assessor, W. E. Alberson; and all
bly so called because it was in the from
iu the beat style. Terms: Cash.
• ÎB _ t W. H. B. R G oberts
ra I on
........... .< di . .A. A. COAINO
....................... (D). ,W. E. A lrerson one of the tribes of Indians that 11 to the tall grass [a man named ker.
.L. B. B aker
|.«.W m . M eeker hunted annually in its vicinity. Keiger describes the grass of the I
P. F. Stenger obtained the first (
FROM PRINEVILLE TO BURNS.
L ytle H oward Severe drouth (luring 1889, these valley “high enough for me to tie | daily mail, and erected the first
..... W I V T. B. J ake *
my head as I ride through it costly and elegant family residence w. A. ril'-Ht»«,
these lakes are lower than ever be- over
J. mat . urnsow
fore known by white settlers.
11 on horse-back”] and Capt. Wil-' in the county.
C. B. BAKER, Sub-Contractor.
Soil and climate are an exact liams and his men had to take ref
at • a m.
Arrives at Burna Wednesday« at 6 pm.
on a grease wood knoll—some
LaavM Burns Thursdavs at lam
Arrives at Prineville Saturdays at S p as
counterpart of that of Umatilla co., uge
for Harney District was established
Ore., the best wheat-raising county
in Burns with J. B. Huntington,
in the State. Very little has been the Divine ranch of to-day—en register, and Harrison Kelley, re-
AND HARNEY, OR.
P**Mn*er rates from Prineville to Burn« >7.50; Round trip,14-with 00 days delay.
two olden time shot guns!
done towards wheat-raising here, passant,
i ' ceiver.
This firm practice« in the courts of tho State
but those have been sucessful that
and before the U. 8. Lend Office. Any land
Office or other businesa entrusted to theta will
have tried it. Umatilla on account vicinity, a couple of years since.
receive prompt attention.
At about the same time Lieut.
of the drouth of 1889, averaged
DOLAND CA8KH SOLICITED.
from 10 to 20 bushels per acre Applegate of Co. “H”, in command , "Know ye tle the land whirefhe cypreae and myr
on many grain ranches. The same i of a part of Capt. Williams’ force.
returning from Camp Curry.1 Who doe« not w«nt to know all about the
can be said of this sectien. T he was
ELITE SALOON. I
I’i ntatcblevr climate. It* marvel '
E ast O regon H erald has in its to
i Camp Wright, was that evening on. (rowth. and
he ho.indle«« treaaure«; the
office fine specimens ofgrain from attacked by the Indians at fortifi land where col. ...I fortune« are made In • d«y HARNEY,------------- OREGON
),«t In a night* The san Franclaco Evening
COATSWORTH A TREGASKIS,
all over the countv, for the years cations thrown up on what is now or
Bulletin, which zti e«tabll»hed In 1*56. atanda
The Bara« Beer is a Fine Quality, and may be had by the Gls
Bottled, or In Quantity.
the McGee ranch and called for It« mammoth weekly edition form* a complete
1888 and 1889.
' ", '
1Cc(<«*T I-OMiK, MO. Tt, I. o <> r
of the «oriel, material, and pot ft leal |
Wheat finds a ready home mar
___ fun after one of the company, Fort epitome
_ni.»l «Fallow« Rati, mrv Hatnrdav
hlatory of the state sedd u* la for Taa IIaa■ .
CANYOJf CITY ADVERTÎ8EMKXTB.
het at 5 cents a pound—»3 per bu Drellenger. And again, the next *Lb «nd Weekly Valletta for oa« year.
shel. Oats and barley grow equal
ly well, and bring 3 and 4] cents of the present town of Burns, the'
C. A. «WEEK,
per pound. Alfalfa and red clover Indians shooting from the point of. I f you want something fine m a
THS HERALD READING ROOM.
ATTORN E Y-AT-LA W.
grow luxuriantly; timothy and red-
literary treat. Bend to Harper A
canyon city , orkoon .
top thrive finely. Pasturage is ex The Piutes were under command Brother», New York, for last year's
I IN HERALD OFFICE,
cellent: natural grass grows abun of a Chief Wahweveh, brother of Christmas number, 1888,” or Har
dava,« « m.
Open every day except Sunday, from 9 a m to 5 p in.
dant. and is cut for hay that sells old Chief Paulina, whom Howard per* Franklin Square Library,only
■ iO <5 p m
at $12 at.d $15 per ton in the Maupin, an old Mexican soldier, 25c. We acknowledge receipt of a
a welcome Visitor to this Free Read-
winter time. All cereal crops killed on Crooked river in 1867; handsome Extra, thia week, full of
thrive without irrigation.
lie burned Camp Wright »omeiime Yule-tide alone* and pi chi re®
Hsmev Cilv and Bnrw
H arney V alley .
T he drewsey S aloon .