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COMMUNICATIONS BY OUR READERS.
Our llaruev CorrespomleiM.
HARPER BROTIIIRS’ PUBLICATIONS.
H arney , 12-8-89.
ds H erald : “Ye Harney Lo-
THURSDAY, DECIMDKR 12. I«»
to thia denertment of the paper,
th« right .v
to ». a< cal returned to the county-seat UK.
ofgeneral interest. We claim tU*
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cept or reject any part or the whole, but not to
The Record of .Iule* Vei ne’e Hero in the chanac the idea* presented. We prefer article* ' , After all the pleasure of being in
n. L. OK.UT,
NELLIE GRACE. I
plumes are admissible. We do not hold our a live place among the congenial
selves responsible for the opinions advanced
by wri'ers under the above caption.
T he H erald will keep its read
Leading Merchant of
poB COUNTY-SEAT OF HARNEY COUNTY:
with feelings of a downward ten
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ers informed of ail particulars of
FROM WASHINGTON, l>. <’.
dency that "Ye Local’ contem A new Sh»ke«pe»re—the Shakespeare of Ed
___ this novel race to beat a novelists’
I)RY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS,
H arper ’«
Ex-Speuker Carlisle was this plated the future of some of the < x- win A. Abbey—will
. ....... be
- « presented
Magasine for 1M0. with comment« bv Andrew
SHOES, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
imaginery record. Jules Verne says evening nominated by the demo
1 «ng. H arper '« Magasine haa Also made *|>c-
STOVES, TINWARE, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE,
T he H erald and Free Press, the it cannot be made in I cbs than 79 cratic caucus for Speaker of the pectations that had been portrayed < in! arrnngemeut* with Alphonse Daudet, the
greatest • f living French n«>v«Usts. for the ex
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, PUTTY, THE CELEBRATED.
public ation in serial form, of a huinor-
best local and family papers, both days, and Mr. Walker of the Cos House. All of the present House to “him” in such brilliant colors, clusive
r\, to he entitled “The «’olonitta of Tar SULTANA RAZORS, AND “1 X L” CUTLERY, WINES jr
the I as' Adventure« <»f »he Famous Tar
for only $2.65 a year.
mopolitan claims a possibility of it officials received the compliment the life, activity, and energy dis as
tari.’i.” The st«»rv will be translated bv Henry
CIGARS—AND A THOUSAND OTHER ARTICLES
and iHus rated by R. ssi and Myrl-acb.
being accomplished in 70 days.
TOO TEDIOUS TO MENTION.
of a re nomination. No action was courtesy shown strangers is most W. I>. Howell* will contribute a novelette in
ihr'-e par s. and I ah adio Hearn a novelette in
The following is the substance taken by the caucus as to the course
O ur thanks are due. Senator
iw. parts, entitled “Youina,” handsomely illus
Mitchell, Washington D. C., Ben of despatches as we find them in of the party in the House, it being commendable, and impresses the trated.
Cheapest House in Eastern ¡Oregon for Cash.
Tn illustrated papers touchings subject!* of
Brown, Portland, and J. Nat Hud the Daily Examiner and Weekly thought best to wait until the re
< urrent interest, ami In its short stories, poems,
opinion, and a desire to become one and timely articles the M agazine will main
son, Harney, for newspaper favors i New York World and Cosmopoli- publican program was known.
tain its well known standard.
you, but, then, “In life our lots
The I’ostoffice department is con are cast in divers places,” and ours
THE START EASTWARD.
sidering a new patented postal re is in Harney, and a "prophet is not
Nov. 10—The New York World mittance card. The idea is to at
To tax enormously beyond the
without honor save in his own” city. HARPER’S WEEKLY
4.00 CAL. GEER
gave Nellie Bly, aged 23 years, the
public needs, and to collect an im means to make a trip around the tach stamps, to the desired amount,
II '. RPER S BAZAR ..................
— Harney is rapidly assuming HARPER’S YOUNG PEOPLE
mense surplus merely to be spent world in 75 days, to beat the record to the reverse side of the card,
that dignity of a city of importance Postage Free to nil Subscribers in the
United States, Canada, or Mexico.
in such ways as ingenuity can de of 80days made in Jules Vernes’ nov which may then be mailed to any
the county-seat of Harney county
vise, is not a policy which will com el “Around the World in 80 Days,” address, the receiver to present the
volumes of the Magazine begin with
Crockery, Queensware, Glassware, Shelf Goods of Every Description
demands, the resources of which the The Numbers
for June and December of
mend itself to American common by Phineaa Fogg, the hero. The card at any postoffice and receive
This Establishment carries a full und carefully selected Stock equal to demand in .1
When no time Is specified, sub
following program was laid out for in cash the amount represented by your valuable paper has so persist scription- will
begin with the Number cur Hardware line—Cases of new goods ure now being opened. Bird cages and seed are r,
sense.— Harper’s Weekly, Nov. 30. her, with liberty to charter steam
offereti. A reasonable price, only, is placed on the goons.
ently kept before the public, not for rent at time of receipt of order.
of Harper’s Magazine, for
ers and railways:
^•“We are Agent for the D. M. Osborne Company’s Agricullm
the special edification of your local three years bacg, in neat cloth binding, will
Samuel Strong has entered suit
It is rumored that a newspaper man of
Nov. 14—Nellie Bly, in traveling
be sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt of |3
Burns is an avowed candidate for Senatorial dress and small hand valise, against Benjamin F. Butler for subscribers, but for the home-seeker per volume. Cloth Cases, for binding, «50
honors on the Democratic ticket for this
and the settler. The benefit of send Index to Harper’s Magazine. Alphabeti
boarded, the steamer “Augusta Vic $250,000 damages for Blander.
ing copies of T he H erald away to cal, Analytical, and Classified, for Volumes i
He could, undoubtedly, do more for the toria” for Southhampton, 9:30 ¡1 rii.
This has been an unusually quiet
1 to 70, inclusive, from June, i860 to June,
District than any oilier man.—Vale Gazetie.
Nov 21—Nellie Bly lunched in week in Washington. Probably
18<5, one vol. 8 vo. Cloth, $1.00
The alleged rumor quoted above. London,
Ilemittances should be made by Postoffice
8 days after leaving New
is already felt in the Harney coun Money
Order, or Draft, to avoid chance of
On Main street, Rums, >Iarn«y county, Oregon.
Bro. Gazette, originated in the brain York, and goes thence to Brindisi
of the writer, and the paper that to catch the steamer, "Cathay,” for
W. C. BYRD, P roprietor .
Monday, when the Fifty-first Con —The recent storm and the con York.
gave it birth, to conceal the same Hong Kong.
Nov. 22—Met Jules Verne and gress comes together, and will last dition of the roads caused a scarci
All the Hotels, Restaurants, and Boarding Houses are on this stmt
old fusion bee buzzing in his “ain
—goodness only knows how long. ty of fuel in our city, and the pros
bunnit,” and that’ll end as it did wife at Amiens, France.
Personal attention given to Stock placed in care of this Stable,rfc»n
Nov. 23.—Is on the India mail
Mr. Blaine entertained the dele perity that we are enjoying so ela
the best of Accommodation is given, and Charges reasenabk
express train, bound for Brindisi. gates to the International Marine ted the old settlers, that it was an
Nov. 25.—Writes a note from Conference, at dinner, last Thurs impossibility to get “a move” on
J efferson D avis , died in New Or Brindise, Italy
day. The conference’expects to get one of them, while the new-comcrs
A SQUARE MEAL
leans, aged 81 years, December 5,
H arper ' s W eekly has a well established
place as the leading illustrated newspaper in
1889, atl2:45o’elock. He needs no
The fairness of its editorial com
GO TO PARKER’S.
Nov. 14—The New York Cosmo English delegates have already $8 dollars per day, net profit, for America.
ments on <-urre. politics has earned for it re
eulogy, llis life was a history.” —
their labor, and saved citizens from spect and eon tidence of all impartial readers,
and the variety and excellence of i's literary
Burn in Ky., Junc3, 1808. A Mex
Bisland, aged 24 years, means for
contends, which include serial and short s'ories
Representative Randall hopes to getting cold.
by the beat and most p. pular writers, fit it for
ican soldier. U. S. Senitor. Ex making the trip around the world
perusal of people of widest range of tastes
Secretary of War. Ex Confederate in 70 days, so as to beat Nellie occupy his seat in the House, Mon —There is all the team work here and pursui a. The Weekly supplements are of
variety, interest, and value. No
that could be wished and not an expense is spared
President. Tried in many high Bly’s record:
to bring the highest order of
to bear upon the illustration of
idle man in town, in fact, there are the changeful phases
The program for the trip is not
offices of trust, and faithful in all to
of home and foreign his
tion of the session, as he has always daily applications for men to labor torv. A Mexican romance, from the pen of
t,he people who placed their confi stated as to the time, but she says
T homas A. J anvier , will appear in the W eek
she is to go from New York to San done. The last hope can hardly in different capacities at good wa ly ill lS'jO
dence in him.”
Francisco direct to Yokohama, be realized, unless Mr. Randall ges.
F. E. B each . President,
I W m . M c F all , Treasurer, 1
thence to Hong Kong, Penang, Col possesses a great deal more strength
| W. F. B rownton , Secretary
—The Rev. McC’art is doing a no
I t is asserted on good authority ombo, Aden, Port Said, Brindisi.
PER year :
than his appearance indicates.
Nov. 14, 4:(?) p in.—Miss Bis
that the Jamaica ginger now on
Assistant Secretary Bussey, of the al heritage.
in traveling dress shawl-strap,
sale by grocers and druggists, con
hand valise anil small traveling
jfSSF’List of Director- ami 'tockholdera at the office of the Agent;
HARPER’S YOUNG PEOPLE
tains 90 per cent of alcohol.
trunk, left New York City on the up the greater portion of his annu —The Sunday school is our pride Postage Free to a siti scribers In the United
J. D. Shaw,
fast overland mail for San Fran al report in defending the pension it numbers 52 scholars and only Sta'es. < auHtia. r '<ex < >.
The Vo it - f ui tiiu A • «
Al. Farrow having been sold for
• IM: • of . f
decisions he ’made in March last four teachers. In the Bible class !he fits: a 'imucr : •
When in1 ■ .* is
Nov. 19.—Miss Bisland arrived A judicial decision should alwas be there are twélve young ladies, all iivKin
$5,000, is reinstated by the Blood
with ihe N uic G t c
Horse Association, and can be en in San Francisco, 5 days after leav its own defense, but then perhaps good-looking,, intelligent and am < eip.
ing New York.
1.1’.' k in nes. ■•.»_■ • .•«
tered for the next spring races.
Mr. Bussey doesn’t consider his de bitious. The school is under the veais
by iiiMii i\st:ir'9 I'iti'i, •: "v
|. j < •■ ¡»led th“ < . iv
cisions judicial. Any way there is able and efficient charge of Miss pvlise
h r y “ h '•
Deuuuku ThumpHon'H Olli Homestead.
W asco S un says members of Con
Cloth < >f.i b f ••• • t. • V'
something about his report that Aggie Gage, assisted by Mrs. Gil binning
v. ti ;•< fc
Have the Largest hsiaSin-hment in Eastern Oregon stocked with
gress say their salary $5000 is too
seems out of keeping with good liam, whose interest in this work is ceipt oi 41.
low to support them, yet Binger
Order ur Dra.if ’
of a grand old man, honest and taste and the general fitness of devotes all the time and attention Money
A (id rets: H A it I' !• R • •
II ermann is out for a third term of blunt, who loves his honor as he things.
loves his life, yet suffers the agony
Secretary Tracy may now claim that is possible, and enjoys the con
BUGGIES & GOODS,
I p A1\IQ
of the condemned in learning of to be even with Secretary Noble for fidence, esteem and respect of alb
A mong the 166 Republican mem the deplorable conduct of a way the Tanner dismissal. Last week The Boniface of the Harney ho
Tinware, Glass, Paints and Oils,
4tW"AH Kinds of
bers of the new House of Represen ward son; a story of country life, Mr. Noble made a call on five of; tel waB present last Sunday, and
love and jealousy without an im
Deering Binder, «tc.ft'SF'Uommunications answered.Place jt
tatives, 101 favor tariff revision, 98, pure thought, and with the healthy the most prominent of the re-rated will to-day address the people ac
Orders with this House if you want to buy what you need.
favor subsidies, and 88 favor na flavor of the fields in every chapter. officials of the Pension Office for cording to the belief of the Chris
It is founded oil Denman Thomp resignations. One of them is a tian church.
tional control of elections.—Ex.
son’s great drama of ‘“The Old
H arper ’ s B azar is a journal fur the home.
protege of Mr. Tracy, to whom he
—Preparations are being made Giving the leading infurir.aiiou with regard lu
¡•ashiuns, i • numerous ill« •!ratiohn, fubhiuu-
A n enterprising advertiser is im Homestead.” Street it Smith, 31 at oiice went in his trouble. The for the little folks and Christmas plates.
mid pattern sheet supplements Mie in HENRY CALDWELL
Rose Street, New York, are the
P RO PRUT:
aiike to the home tin kb maker and
portuning the Postmaster-General publishers of this life-like story. result of the interview was that the at which time it is hoped all will en dispensable
'he professional inodie . No expei.se i s spare i
to allow him a monoply of the priv It is No. 23 of their Select Series.
Third st., South of H erald Building.
officials refused to resign, and an joy themselves.
highest order, its clever short stories, parlor
□lays, and thoujhtfn’ essiys j . v sfy al tastes,
ilege to use the gummed backs of
nounced their intention of fighting
and i;s lest page is famous as a budget of wit
—One of the most commendable and humor, in i s weekly issues everything is This new. fine, and commodious Barn and Stable is not to be eqsili«
of U. S. postage stamps, on which
for their places. In mean time it
included which is of interest to women. Dur
lsuo O live T horne M iller , C hristine
in any part of Harney county for accommodation».
to advertise his business. He of Of your time, reader, may per- was whispered around that Mr. enterprises and of the greatest im T ing
erhune limit k , and M akv I. owk D ickin -
uiii respectively furnish a series of papers HAY A GRAIN ON HAND.
fers $100,000 for four years.
haps be profitably devoted to the Tracy had determined to make this
on “The Daughter at Home,'’ “Three Meas a
entire county inaugurated by O. Das" ami “The Woman of the Period ” The
SADDLE HORSES, GOOD TEAMS,
a fight to the death, and if he failed
serial nave’s will be writren by W alter B e -
Chandler is progressing finely, the SANTand F. W. R obinson .
Those who take an agency for a
Don’t fail to send twenty cents to
SINGLE «t DOUBLE HARNESS OUTFITS
enterprising house, learn to keep his man in the Pension Of machinery good, the Artesian well
Boys and Girls, Springfield, Ohio, reliable,
Special attention given to the grooming»
their business and stick to it, “get fice, he would leave the cabinet.
and Transient stock.
for the Grand Christmas and New on” in the world. People who have Just as things had reached this in bore passing through several veins
Years numbers of that beautiful il any idea of engaging in nnycavass- teresting stage, the semi-official an- of water, but the surface pressure HARPER'S BAZAR
lustrated magazine. Each number ing business will do well to write noucement is made that out of per not being sufficient as yet, the wa HARPER'S WEEKLY
HARPER’S YOUNG PEOPLE
contains tales of adventure, scien George Stinson A Co., Portland sonal consideration for the men ter doesnot (low as required; at a Postage Free to all subscribers In the United
tific and historical articles, puzzles, publishers. They offer the most ex concerned, Secretary Nobl« had de greater depth, however, this dilli- States, Canada, or Mexico.
P koprikt ;> x M rs . LOUIS RACINE.
The volumea of the Bazar begin with the first
tun, games and other interesting ceptional advantages to those who cided not to dismiss the officials culty will be overcome.
number for January of ea<’h year. When no
time is-mentioned, sul script ion v* ill begin
—Quite a number of strangers, is with
matter. A year’s subscription are sufficiently enterprising to be who refused to resign. Personal
the Number current at the time of receipt
lie with the best rooms, table, and service the town affords.
would make a splendid Christmas willing to make a push in order to fiddlesticks! lie found out that looking out for business locations, of Bound
volumea of Harper’s Bazar for three
year in neat cloth binding, will be sent by mail
present for a young friend. Regu better their condition. It costs noth Secretary Tracy’s congressional arc sojourning in our midst.
postage paid’ or by express, free of expense,
to try. Women make success
(provided the freight docs nut exceed one dol
lar price, one dollar. New subscri ing
ful canvassers, as well as men.
lar per volume) for |7 a volume.
bers, until December 20th, only fifty Full particulars will be sent to er than his own, and he concluded December 23d.
Cloth caacs for each volume, suitable for bind
Attached. «her« i» Kept all Sort, of Liquor..
Ing will ba scut by mail puspald on receipt of
cents. This will include Christmas those who address the firm; their it was better to back down than to
Remittances should be made by Pcs* Office
and New Years numbers. Do not full address is given above.
get knocked down.
agency that fills a long felt want; Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance of loss.
delay; send immediately.
HARPER A BROTHERS.
Representative Hooker thinks collecting information, loans ne
-The Texas Siftings offer $100 the recent elections have reminded
Thoroughly earnest work is be cash to any one who gets up the the Republicans that minority and gotiated, etc., etc, correspondence
ing done in behalf of tariff reform largest number of subscribers be republicanism may be synonymous solicited’. Atjdesfcrving enterprise.
W. E. GRACE, P roprietor ,
by the New York Weekly Post, tween now and the 1st of April sometimes, and that they will not You will find Mr. Downs an agree
AN ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY.
1890, to that paper at $4 a year,
which holds that the time to dis- or the Siftings and H erald at $3 attempt to paps a set of rules in the able and pleasant gentleman to
House which will deprive the mi transact business with.
Haroer’s Young Peoule-
A Large Assortment ef
< uss this economical question is a year.
nority of its parliamentary rights.
Now, rather than in the bent of a
The Eleventh Volume <»f Harper's Youtif Peo
ple. which begin« with the Number for Novem
-Chief Joseph, of the Nes Perces
Presidential campaign. Every is tribe,
5, 1W9. presents an «’tractive program. It
visited Pendleton, Nov. 29th, by the navy department to secure man, John Parker, to Salem to-mor ber
will offer to its readers a» least four serial* of
Has just been Received.
sue of the paper contains articles when interviewed by the East Ore the new smokeless powder for the row, accompanied by one attendant. the usual length, and others in two or three
parts, xiz. “The Red Mus*«ng.” bv William <).
bearing upon some phase of the sub gonian says he live» on the Colville small arms in that branch of the Dr. Gilham pronounces him hope 8t«>ddard;
“Phil and the Raby," by Lucy C. Lil
lie: “Prince Tummy,” by John Russell Coryell;
PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUND!
ject, together with questions by | reservation with ill of his band,
s Way" by Margaret E. Sangster;
Senator Berry says the Democrats leu.
two short serials by tfjalmar HJorth Keycsen
Everything guaranteed pure and of the very beat quality
doubting readers, with answers by which numbered over 1000 when of the Senate will be able to say
Two series of Fairy Tales will attra< t the atten-
—In my next 1 shall have a ■ tion of lovers of the wonder world, vis ’he
the editor, all tending to facilitate he first went to the reservation, what will not be done by that
lie says Indians are not lazy, but'
Illustrated by a.—»a him. a and
* about our merchants ablv
1 —. v__, series
• m There'
. « in
_ _ . a
and simplify the discussion. The do not know how to work, never > I body, but they will have to allow : word to gav
different vein v...
by Edward .1 M. «. Bicknell.
¡Post has been adopted by a num . having bt'en taught. He is in fav their opponents the privilege of de
Nelson ¡’age. Mary E. Wilkins. Nora Perry, Har
to mention that come under the riot Prescott Spofford, David Ker, Heirkish
ber of clubs and other organizations or of his young men being taught ciding what will be done.
Butterworth Sophie Swett, Ri< hard Malcom
The speakership nomination will eyes of a reporter. T Il'.‘_ Johus
as the l»est exponent of the subject, to live in houses and earn the cost be settled by republican caucus to- will take „ too n)uch Fearing this
SAYER A DORE
P rctrist "«1
and it« discussions are conducted ' of their living.
A subscription to H irfer « Y ouxg Psori.i
1 morrow iii eht, and not before. Ihe' , ,
iti a spirit of fairness, which entitle I • -It is believed specific
field is still energetieaily working 8
kn »wlcdge, ais.* plenty of amnscmenL—Boston
it to reBpect of opiionenta, as well ungentlemanly treatment of sub to get up some sort of combination |
as its advocates of the revision of a ordinates and general mismanage to "down” Reed, but unless they
oo s yea-
vol. XI. begins Nov eta her ft. im.
war tariff to adapt it to times of ment oftheChemawa Indian school make a great deal more progress in Daily r Examiner 1 says, the attention Specimen
on rweipt of 2-cni »'Imp
peace. The Post is compiling a di- near Salem, will be brought against the next 24 hours than there ia now „f the Canada Health Board is I Sin,le Nambera Fite C.n:. earh.
• ectory of active tariff-reform organ- the late republican appointee to po anv indication of, they have little
Romltt.nr«, .houM b«
Mon«y Ordtr or Draft, to n.'id rh»nc of lou
i • of , slices». '
, ' eaiied to the fact that a patent
i -.atione in the United States, and sition ofsu|M'rintcn<leiit, Rev. Irwin, hopes
has alrcn.ly published one install by the auperintendent of the tailor Gen. Mahone has come to Wa.h-1
ca,!ed’ “toothing Syrup,”
HARPER & BROTHERS,
ment of the list. The Weekly Post ing department, Jacob Wrage, said ington for the winter. Notwith- ha« caused the death of at least a
is a 12-pnge paper, and contains all te be known as an honorable, com- standing his defeat he continues to half-dozen children.
" r p«T cent
__ ; V^^Ncwa;..p<-r. am not to copy any one. nor
the features requisite for a first petent man. who resigned, Nov.
. i si-.uf ths abort ad ver ¡•••meitis without ihc
Aud «V. kiaSa •fasrfMelamhar tbomnrtly araaoaed lor bnlMUg parpaaaa a.G
the Federal patronage of of th« patent medicine is liquid
express order of HkRPEP. a BROTHERS.
< lass general family journal. Price 25th. saying: "I am compelled to control
»1 | ht year. In combination with resign out of respect to myself and
r.i-Attornry (.'oneral Garland. extract
. and a teaapoon-1 All Of tÎH» above Work« are kry.t or. file In fbr
T he H erald , $3 per year, Sam- family. None know howtheachool will practice law in this city, while tu every hour 1« directed to le giv- Free K<a<lln* Ruom as rertived. ArM miy be
obtained from the Library. •'nb«crtber» to Ì h «
pie copies free on request.
Hr««Lo een obtain anr one of the Haapstt r
, ia mismanaged.”
retaining hie residence in Arkansa«..rn Ml an ailing child is quieted.
N. B A Good road a
, Peri.»dice'* et redered ret*«
A cordial invitation ia extended each affii '
In Lew than ho Day« by Two rretty
everv Reader of T h * H erald tv contribute!
I NewHpajwr Girl« Sent out to Beat
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, TINWARE, CUTL®
RED FRONT” FEED & LIVERY STABLE
A gricultural imp