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j BURNS ADVERTISEMENTS.
Is the picture of a Vice-President I communications by our readers . typud pursuit of happiness,” as a HARPER BROTHERS’ PUBLICATIONS.
of the United States taking out a A cordial invitation is extended each and citften uf the United States, whether
Header of 111« H erald to contribute she ever finds any necessity for cast
Sfiloon license in Washington City everv
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2Ä, lift.
to tbia department of the paper, on any subject
interest. We claim the right tu ac ing a vote or not.
to-day. any more revolting to a cept or reject
any part orthe whole, but not to
Mrs. Woodhull’s definition of the
change the Metta presented. We prefer articles
. L. GRACK.
Editors I sense of national decency than that
over the writer s own signature, bnt num de
NELLIE GRACE. I
of a Presidentof the United States, plumes are admiaaible, We do not hold our term “Woman’s-Rights,” refers to
selves responsible for the opinions advanced
securing to woman the power of se
in days past, in a maudlin state of by writers under the above caption.
pOR COUNTY-SEAT OF HARNEY COUNTY:
lectinga father for each of her chil
intoxication in the White House?
on Sophrooiu's dren, for such as regard the mar
It would so appear from the com- Effect of th«* Election
riage tie simply as a civil contract; I A new Shakespeare—tlie Shakespeare of Ed
inents of the press regarding Mr
A. Abbey—will be presented in H akfkk ’ s
“I kalkelate thar is sumthin’ anil for the believer in marriage as a win
Magazine for 1*90, with comment* by Andrew
T he H erald and Free Press, the I Morton.
Lanjc. H arper ' s Mags line has also made spe Leading
radikally rung with our ole party— sacrament, the right of controlling cial
arrangements with Alphonse Daudet, the
best local and family papers, both
-------- DEALER IN--------
T he E ast O regonian enters up thar’s Brody Jonsing, he seems to the number of her offspring.
clusive publication in serial form, of a humor
for only $2.65 a year.
DRY SOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS,
ous story, to De entitled “The Colonist* of Tar
on t|ie fifteenth year of its existence be a leetle flurried, oltho he’s a man
This advocate of a phgse of the ascon; the l ust Adventures of the Famous Tar
BOOTS, SHOES, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
’’ The story will be translated by Henry
to-day, having been first "started” of very equable temper; and Jon free-love doctrine, was at one time tarin.
Jamis, and illustrated by I’.ussi and Myrbach.
STOVES. TINWARE, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE
H on . H enry B lackman , of Hepp November 12th, 1875. Its highest Say-hers, lie’s sum what oxcited;
W. I). Howells will contribute a novelette in
PAINTS, OlH. GLASS, PUTTY, THE CELEBRATE!
used effectively by bringing woman three
parts, and l.afcadio Hearn a novelette in
ner, we learn, is strongly urged by
parts, entitled “Youma,” handsomely illus SULTANA RAZiRS, ANI) “I X L” CUTLERY, WINES
tude of people who arc its patrons. but Hunting-ton, my stars an’ gar suffrage into a comparative disre two
those acquainted with him as an —E. O.
CIGARS—AID A THOUSAND OTHER ARTICLES
ters, ain’t he got the figits!—skru pute in order to protect the Anti- In illustrated papers touchings subjects of
current interest, and in its short storits. poems,
TOi] TEDIOUS TO MENTION.
intelligent, able man, to become
The only fault we have to find
and timely articles, the M agaiinb will main
Woman-Suffragist’s assertion that tain
candidate for State Senator,
with the enterprising East Orego Thusly I wuz so-lily-squeezing, “the great majority of women do
Cheapest louse in Eastern Oregon for Cash.
nian, is, we are rarely ever able to when Sophronia, she’s my ’t other not want the ballot thrust upon
C ome in and see a copy of the sell it for “old paper” after it goes haf, being in the room, heard me.— them,” by restraining thousands of
fine 42 column agricultural paper into the waste basket from the scis Now Sophronia has always bin, good women from openly sympa HARPE
“Home and Farm” we arc offering sors editor’s desk. East Oregon what I coll, a little tanted with thizing with the movement, lest HARPER’S YOUNG PEOPLE
all new subscribers to '1' iie H erald has reason to be proud of sustaining
they be understood as endorsing Postage Free to all Subscribers in the
“Oh!” says she, “ole man,cornin’ the coarse interpretation of Wo Uni.etl Stutes, Canada, or Mexico.
for 1890, for price of T he H erald so good a paper.
yer senses at last, arc you?” I
The volumes of the Magazine begin with
the Numbers for June and December of
felt miself blush clear down to mi man’s Rights as expounded through each
EDITORIAL COMMENTS ON ELEC
year. When no time is specified, sub
waste-band. Says I, “Sophronia, the Woodhull lectures.
set ipiions will begin with the Number cur
T he H erald challenges any
Thii shameless tool of political rent at time of receipt of order.
Ashland Record: Fire Alarm For
Bound Volumes al ilu?per’s Magazine, for
newspaper, or person to deny the
our grate Reppblick-an party, IJen-
three years L uck , in neat doth binding, will
aker congratulates Campbell. He Ijiinine llairry-son, Jimmie Blanc, deinagtigues will find, should sheof- be
sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt of $3
absolute correctness of the contents
ought to congratulate the state of or nnv ov the rest ov the I’resi- fer to return as per above announce per volume. Cloth Cases, for binding, 50
F. E. B each . Prl’sidtt,
| W m . M c F all , Treasurer,
of the Harney Valley Fair adver
cents each—by mail, post-paid.
E. H ughes , Vice-Predent,
; W. F. B rownton , Secretan
ident's cabinet furniture, that helps
Index to Harper’s Magazine. Alphabeti
tisement column of 1888, or the as
Analytical, and Cla «siiied, dor Volumes
him run this glorius injipendant come about among the men and cal,
1 to 70, inclusive, from June, li<50 to June,
sertion that the spring and summer
women of this country, and that she, 1*35,
free and hi-tc-riff Government?”
one vol. Cloth, $1.00
of 1889, showed a larger influx of no cause for much rejoicing on the
Sophronia is no greeny, a fac I even tho’ she be backed by the pres Remittances should be made bv Fo-itoiliee
Order, or Draft, to avoid chance of
havjr.own for these many years; tige of h> r English marriage, (and
iWList of Direct« and Stockholders at the office of the Ag#
immigration outfits than ever be-
HARPER A BROTHERS, New
fore entered this lal'ev.
J. D. Shaw,
right for 1892.
man, tho she don’t ware blu stock English toadyism is at its best now) York. T he H erald and Magazine, $5.00.
can have no greater influence up
[Continued in our next.]
The use of roosters in a newspa
Miss F rances E W illard was per after an election indicates a a long nose and red hair, which ere on the strength of the women’s de ADDITIONAL HAIlNEY CO. ITEMS.
almost unanimously re-elected pres- lack of editorial ability, and a de significant indicashuns ov literrary mand for political recognition
—W. F. Howard, of Drewsey,
talent; she saw mi ire wuz kinder
ident of the national W. C. T. U. sire to fill up with something trashy risin’ and wanted to pore ile on the i than has Dr. Mary Walker’s dis was in town, Friday.
against 9 votes for Mrs. J. Ellen and cheap. We have a contempt troubled waters. Says she, "but gusting caricature of the Woman’s
—Prayer meeting every Thurs
Foster. T he H erald congratu for such foolishness.-Harney Items. tons, I’ve always thot you was a Dress Reform movement, and, yet, day night in Burns.
BAER, CITY, OREGON.
—A. W. Waters arrived in Burns
lates the ladies on their evident de Colonel Shepard remarked in mail ov sense, tho you've tin a the writer saw the time (and it was
termination to keep destructive ele his Mail Express: “The appeal of long time a tindiu’ out how tu put when the V. uodhull-Col.-Blood-Ten- to-day, from Portland.
Have the Largest Eablithment in Eastern Oregon stocked
—J. C. Garrett returned from
it tu good use.”
nie-C.-Clalilin clique was in full California last week.
ments out of the first offices in the the republicans of Mississippi to the
“All rite,” says I,“tell me, you’r
Hast) when Dr. Mary was able to
—No paper mail was brought in
nation is singularly pathetic.” a wom-man, and wim-men think
herself and her masculine at from Ontario, Thursday.
Yes, but it was not half as pathetic
—O ur Washington Letter failed
T he H erald ’ s choice for location as the howls of the republicans of talkin’ on as if she did’nt heor me, tire into any woman’s convention,
"Virginity has gone back on Mahon- and make herself heard, as she can to get to us this week.
of the World’s Fair, Chicago, offers Ohio as they unwillingly drew the isnt, the people ov ole Virginity
—Lee Caldwell returned home e\
not do to-day.
better inducements than St. Louis, hole in after them.—Altq. (D).
hav at last cum to tin r senses, and
from his trip to Portland, Friday.
W hite R ibbon W oman .
BUGGIES a ¿ISBOARDS AND
Washington, or New York, viz: 1st,
—Meals ¡it the Parker House,
Roseburg Plainbealer: (R.) Again sent that ole niilk-sop-reb-el radi-
i just across the street from the Land SPORTING GODS, & Cutlery, VY ALU
A guaranty fund of $ 10,000,000 in we venture the opinion that when eal-re-pub-lick an pig i aek tu his
ease the fair fails to meet expenses. the tutal vote is counted, it will styTwhar lie properly belongs: tliar
let him squeel and grunt out the
—Chas. Newbill got in, 22d inst.,
2d, To have the management of the show a light vote, which will indi balance of his po-liti-kal career
with freight for the Grace drug
Tinware, Glass, Hits and Oils.gWAll Kinds of Mo
fair under supervision of a national cate that like most “off years” twixt the slats ov his pen at the
Through the eourtesey of Mrs. store.
Deering Binder, <&c.ftf Ctimmunications answered. 1W-P1.
committee to be elected by the sev the republicans do not ail turn out skule-boys, as tha meander along,
—W. E. Grace was in town Fri
Orders with this Iuse if you want to buy what you. nee
eral government departments, and to the polls as local matters do not and I hope the boys will occashan- to give the portion of Presiding El day evening, and returned to Har-
der Wakefield’s report of last year’s I nev, Monday.
Smithonian Institute. 3d, The elicit as much interest as when
work, to the Idaho Conference in
—Prof. Baker, our efficient coun
President to appoint the chairman great and vital national questions
"Lordee! aint the o’c lady hard its Gth session, 1889, from La ty school superintendent was in
of the board, and the latter select are at stake.
on brother Mahoon-ee? But he de Grande district. From it we ex- Burns, 25th inst.
its own treasure.
—The Parker House is making
Mr. Cleveland, we think you are serves every kick rite whar the ribs ! tract the following, of interest to
lodging rooms snug and warm
a prouder and happier man to-day until he is compelled tu disgorge
TOILET A R Î CL(E S, G L A S 8, PUTTY,
ong C reek .—This charge has for the coming winter.
.»•■■■ • » 1
R eports are coming in from than if you had been elected I’resi- ¡ill the develish radikalism. thievan- three ^pre^ching places and one
—Geo. Kirchberger, of Diamond,
Southwest Kansas that show two ’lent—-thanUie sjnaJLftdluwwJ+O-f# • itHH-find—a]! fhemther Rffcn isms, church. Brother Win. Bartholo was in Burns, last Thursday, shak W. E. GRACE, P roprietor
things- ’"t, The truth of die asser President. Your ideas are sweep then thar will be nuthill left but mew was appointed to this charge. ing hands with friends
—Divine service at Evergreen
The first four months were days of
A La Assortment of
tion that farmers are not good busi ing on to a glorious victory, and the
“Benjimine, he thinks our defeat apparent success—18 being secured school house, 5th Sunday in De
ness men; 2d, The terrible evil of
in Virginny, Iowa and Ohio wuz on probation—when for financial cember, 29th prox., by the Burns
the issue, and that started the cauzed by “Apathy;” I guess he reasons the brother became dissat pastor.
FINE CUTERY, NOTIONS,
the mortgage-loan banks.
—Henry Caldwell killed the
These farmers in order to irrigate “campaign of education.”—East thot thar wasn’t nough slush money isfied. He wrote me, asking leave
throde round by the bosses.
HM ist been Received.
| to go to Burns once a month, bc- fatted pig, Monday, which is about
their lands, thought it q decidedly Oregonian. (D.)
[ lieving it would supplement his sal- the only way to secure spare-ribs
New York World: The gentle
good business scheme, to borrow
Sophronia Buttons, “you’ve bin j ary. 1 replied I would be glad for and back-bone, in this section.
from the loan company from $300 man in the White House named votin’ ni onto twenty-odd years, I him to do so, provided he could
—John J. Massie, of Silvies val PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIRONS CAREFULLY COMPO LIND
Everything guartnfi (pure arid of the very Lest quality
to $1,500, and give a mortgage on
an’ just now cumin’ to your senses, spar« the requisite time. Without ley was in town, Saturday, to ob JW
the lands they had hard contests
other correspondence, he went and
—John Anderson, of Blitzen. who
to obtain. A single year's crops service to the Democracy. He may poor man pays all this hi-teriff, and I moved his family, and was so
the revinew derived from it, all ■ pleased with his new location, that has some very fine, fat beef for
would have yielded sufficient to
flops into the pockets of the l osses, i lie asked to be relieved from Long butchering, was in town, Thursday.
have kept the interest paid up in into the White House last night. who hav bin runnin’ the inashin- Creek. Accompaning this request,
—W. L. and Walter Cross, of
full, but three years drouth, with A second term may have looked ex ery of the republiekan party, j was a petition from the good people Trout creek, were in town and made
imperfect irrigation and myriads of ceedingly dreamy, quite lost to Thank the Lord, I hope after this of Burns, to the same effect. This final proof on their ranches, Satur
SAYER A DORE
P ropri etc
you’ll vote like a sensible man.” petition and request, for various day.
insects have left them this fall with view in the distance.
She wuz very much fretted, indeed reasons, I granted. Thus Long
out homes, for it is a stipulation in
National Democrat: Mr. Harri I acshally saw a tear on her left
Creek was left without a pastor. plished young ladies, Miss Phebc
moat mortgages from these loan son and his friends try to keep up cheek.”
The membership is small, and scat Kelly and Miss Jessie McGowan,
companies that failure to keep in a bpave front, and assert that the
“Mr. Editor, I am a goin to follow tered over a rugged and mountain are attending the teachers’ exami
terest coupons paid up entails fore Democratic victories last week were Sophronia’s advice—but tell her? ous country.
—J. Switzer slipped on the ice
due to local causes. But they are No sir, she’d hold her lied so hi the
nex three weeks, she couldn’t see , B urns .—This is a prospective
humbugging as usual. They know anything but the Methodist preach I charge. Brother Bartholomew was in the street, Saturday, and injured
J appointed to this place and at the his back so as to disable him from
lx reply to the Grant County that they and all their plans and er ami the church steeple. Tell time and for the reasons aforesaid. work a day or two.
—Burns school was dismissed
News' attack on T he H erald ’ s purposes have received a staggering her! Not by a jug full.
The result has not been all that
S ophronia ’ s H usband , B uttons . could be desired, and yet, perhaps, for this week on account of illness
standing advertisement of the Har back-set. Mr. Harrison’s message
And all kinds ofrfrfacc lumber tli.xhly aennoned for buildin;
i all that could be expected. This is from colds among the pupils, so
ney country, we will quote the lan to Congress in December will read
A Tlirt*atcnc<l Evil.
' the making, in the near future, of we are informed.
guage of the only Grant county ad differently from what it would have
—A good attendance graced the
Liver; < i»l, England, Coi’.rier: A deputa one of our I est charges. It em
vertisement we have ever seen the done if Ohio and Iowa had gone Re tion
of American citizens has just arrived braces, at present, all of Harney ■ Burns Sabbath school last Sunday,
in this country, headed by Mr. Ely, ex-may-1
News devote type and space to, in publican.
or of New York, the obj« ct of their visit br county. The citizens are energetic,1 despite the bad weather.
the course of the past two years,
State Rights Democrat: It is ing to invite the wife of Mr. John Biddulph progressive, and are among our! John S. Devine visited Burns,
Martin, the well-known London banker, to
and then asked what more has T he amusing to see republican organs I h ’ i 'ome a candidate for the n« xt presiden- best citizens; with a sprinkling, Monday and Thursday; he leaves' N. B. A Good road all ths’iv.
ti d election. Mr- Martin is an Aineri an perhaps, as in all new countries, of, soon for California, thence to be
H erald ever claimed for South atid politicians coming forward and la- v, and Mis. Victoria (’• \Vc»odhull* is
come the guest of his mother in
ern Grant [now Harney county], explaining their overwhelming de- well known throughout the l uitru Ktntt's another class.
T he New York Vorld lrfe s-
as an apostle of social refonn, and a
>u f t iui.
than is therein asserted as accurate I feat in the late elections by nay inr . -Il ’in] ¡.»n- wotu.m’s right-.
—J. C. W.ivky, one of-run pium- Mis?. Nellie Bly ea-ira.TiliRr ¡t
truth—of course every reader kn >w i that is an ‘off ” year. Well, truly cnlr i u» ticir^.t the invitation.
A nother of these nice blotters of nent county men, with his family, Jules Vern s' hero, Phineas g's E ast O regon H e
the world in 80’s, .................
family paper The Djttoit
that all advertisements are true: | this is an off year for them. A ti One would infer from the peru which we have already made men left on this morning’s stage for Ca- . trip
the journey in 75>-
c, ycar ’ ea(,b an(] ,
, o-s. p
sal of the above, an 1 similar threats tion shows a winged cherub carry ltisa county, California, where they by doingthe
“In answer to almost daily in dal wave has struck tho country
--— covers, of the
of another Woodhull siige. that po ing a Dictionary Holder under one will winter. We wish Mr. and The Cosmopolitan Magazine11'’ umns.
> i- n paper
juries from every State in the Un very much like the one that struck
sent Miss Elizabeth Bisland Pt English novelist's works, Char
litical demagogues are becoming arm and saying: “I am making a
ward to beat the record of Bo Dickens, by calling al, Or sen Ii
ion, we shall undertake to give ti in 1874, followed by the election of
(early return in the spring.
alarmed at the rapid progress the flying trip in the interest of educa
true and accurate description of Tilden to the presidency in 1876,
—J. T. Sillman's name has 1 een Bly five days. Money is no <ct , to this office, $3.50.
Woman-Suffragists are making in tion. The basis of education is the spoken of as a candidate for the of with either parties at they arei-
this, the largest and best county in and very similar to the one that
missoned to chart'? vessels'!
the world of American polities.
dictionary, and the base of the dic fice of sheriff. We are in receipt of and railways to helpjeffect the- HAB.
r. a . u
Oregon. Grant county is the larg struck the country in 1882 when the j
At one time in the history of the tionary should be a Noyes Holder. a letter this week from the Blitzen
est county in the State, and in the tidal wave elected governors, fol
Woman-Suffrage movement (then The valuable unabridged is of lit | country asking ns to his chances er for England, Nov.tt4th, tnd-
COGSWELL A COGSWELL.
northern portion of the county a lowed by the election of Cleveland in ■
known as "Woman’s-Rights”) this tlevalue unless it is getatable (look in this part of the county, ¿re. As land loft New York,Nov. 14th'
LAKEVIEW AND I.I>
heavy growth of yellow pine, fir 1884. It is noticeable, though they!
it is too soon to learn from Mr. 8.,
Victoria Woodhull was used by the this word up). A book held edge we are unable to say whether he rail for San Francisx).
and tamarack is found on the nioun-1 | call it an "off year,"our republican '
T he H erald will keep its r
Anti-Woman’s Rights to the seri up gets fiiil of dust, soiled and would ace. pt the nomination or not,
tains, making the timber resources I frienda are deeply chagrined at the j
era informed of ail particular»’: l-ly
ous detriment of the cause.
sjioiled unless hugged together with
unlimited and boundless. Her results. Without being inspired by
this novel race to bat a novel '
To comprehend how this was strong springs. Only the Holders know him he has friends enough to
imaginary record <f “Round
most extensive valley, Harney and temporary success, we would aay ’
done, it is well to consider the in manufactured bv l.a Verne Noves,
World in 80 days.”
its tributaries», is rapidly settling that very many signs point to the-
1». L. GRACE,
the originator and inventor of Book consider Herman second choice.
up. and although the country, with fact that the people are getting
c.ipiea of Jules Verne-’novel 'Rot:
Holders, have such springs.” Send
the exception of sheltered localities, j ready to elect a democratic presi-1
the World in 80 D’ys,” and r I'll *¡£.7.u'x '.I’"" ”
moral women, the consorts of equal to him, at Chicago, a twocent
is inclined to be frosty during the
have it, the World, nd Cosmop.
ly noble-tuinded men. and by the stamp to pay postage and receive
''r»»» nj> < h.,«,
runuuir months, a good quality of
All readers knowing themselves tan Magntne for age, so soon
Uoodhull, the companion of the in return this series of blotters.
indebted to T he H erald for sub the mails can bringhem.
grain and some of the finest vege
worst element of society, and a will
scription for the year 1888, can se —Ben Brown will cmain in I’ovA/r-, i
tables ever Seen were grown the bring
land. Or , this winti, under trei v ac‘Un2ii 0F&J-O’.V’lgr
ing tool of their enemies.
—Dr. Embrce remained the great
present year. Thia extensive South
j re- RONFnm-v
The Woman-Suffrngiit’s, defini er part of Inst week in attendance on all new cash subscribers, by paying ment of the eminentphyeician, 1
ern Grant county, in time, will be
Amon Sonnenfeld. Wo was brougl
I akrview, O repue
tion of the term "Woman'a-llights.” Mrs. Dibble, of Silver creek, who
detached from Grant county, and
their nanus for 1890, T he H erald from Europe to attetl Col. Fleiscl
refers to securing for women freedom was again prostrate from the in- and the Home and Farm will be ner.
on the completion of the proposed
from "Tyranny of Taxation with firmitieg of old age.
sent them regularly.
—Chicken pox along the chi
Oregon Pacific railroad, will be-
out Representation”—the right to
All delinquents for 1889. can se- dren at Vale.
c -rue sufficiently developed to rank
Tin H edald , the Free Press and
—Judge Ison in .ow in Ito
“*n:i the wealthy countie. of out
use the ballot for the preteetion of * complete set of Dicken’s works |cure the 42 columns of additional
reading matter for 1890 on same City and his conditk not impio
her “inalienable right to Efe, liber- twelve volumes, for only ♦ .”.50.
terms as above.
at latest date. Nov. > *’
I gricultup A lements .