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The Chief Justice, though making Help* and Novelties,’’ maybe men
no pretence of being an o'ator in the tioned among th«' many topics dis
A <« rdfa! in’, itatlon ia extended eft' h »nd popular sense of the word, acquitted ' cussed in thccurrent number; $1.50
ever* Reader of ins H erald to contribi»:«
TII'. MPAY, JANUARY 2, BIP.
B abyhood Publishing
io hhidepartment of lhe paper, on any aubjeet liiinselfin a manner that was highly' per year.
of general interest. We claini the right to ac creditable to him, and enjoyable to Co., 5 Beekman Street. New York,
ceptor re’oi i any part or;he whoiv, but not to
i», i.. GRACE,
the b’etii preaeutefl. We prefer articles his hearer:«.
The ceremonies were or with T he H erald $2.75.
HKll.II GUACE, i
<»\cr the writer's own hixrr.iurc, but noin de
Walla Walla Statesman: Republi
ptuines are admissible. We d.> r..»t held our held in commemoration of tho one
selves responsible forth" opinions advanced hundredth anniversary of Wash can papers are out with
tfea COUNTY-SEAT OF UARNEY COUNTY
ington’s inauguration. The real an everybody. They are in open and
Leadine Me chant of Harney Count
niversary was the 3l)th of last April, active war with the W. C. T. L .
--------- DEALER IN----------
V» hj Nut Teach lhe IJ litherhocd of Man
but as Congress was not in session people. They arc in open condem
DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS,
E ds . H erald : I am surprised why at that date it postponed its part in nation of the farm« r’s convention in
BOOTS, SHOES, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
St. Louis. They are down on the
R egarding the President’s ap the church originated the doctrine tho centennial until December 11.
STOVES, TINWARE, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE,
Speaker Rc«d has already proven Knights of Labor. Since Mr. Pow
pointment of Judge Brewer of Kan of the innate vileness of mankind.
PAINTS. OILS, GLASS, PUTTY, THE CELEBRATED
sas, (nephew of Jidg: Field), to The priest and the clergy originated
SULTANA RAZORS, AND “I X L” CUTLERY, WINES ’
what they were about when they ing high protection these days they
CIGARS—AND A THOUSAND OTHER ARTICLES
succeed Stanley Matthews, the ¡the church scheme to enslave man slated him for speaker. Never be have no more use for hint.
TOO TEDIOUS TO MENTION.
Daily Examiner tritely remarks, kind and rob them of their liberty fore has any speaker annouuced
“Mr. Naeglc will not 1c entirely d«.-s- i and make cowards of them.
they were all completely made On his way to thi.« city, and o:i the
During 1S90 the Century Maga
titute of friends on the Suprcni
Cheapest House in Eastern Oregonffor Cash.
.’•Ian taught these doctrines from until
so anxious arc the Republi [ trail between the Homestake mine zine (whose recent successes have
childhood up, becomes semi-insane cans to oust some of the Democrat 1 and Burnt river. C. \V. Durkee was
included the famous "War Papers,”
, , T z.
, and that he is undone forever. ic members and give their seats to caught in a snow slide and covered the Lincoln History and George
Acting-Receiver of IheLaGrandc
froin tb(? cro>>n of the Republican contestants, that to a d« ¡»th of over ten feet, and but
Kennan’s series on “Siberia and the
CSroer’s '.E^Lardware £3tore
Land office says regarding a new b.;j b( p(11<)
of his fcet
precedent was set aside and five for assistance rendered by his part Exile System”) will publish the
committees announced last Monday. ner, Geo. Robinson, who was at
ruling for that office:
Why not have taught the broth The committees named are Ways hand, would have perished. He re long looked for Autobiography of CAL. GEER
____________ P ropkieto
"In answer to my letter of in-
Jefferson, whose "Rip Van
erhood of man, God the universal and Means; Appropriations; Man mained under the snow, in a stand Joseph
quiry of Nov., 15th ult., I this day > Father, and we his children, and
ufactures; Elections; and Mileage. ing position, upwards of three quar i household word. No more inter-
received a letter ofinstructlons from !
in Lis image? But that would The committee on El; ■.•lions is the ters of an hour, totally unable to • esting record of a life upon the stage
the honorable commissioner of the : have diverted the whole plan.
Crockery, Queensware, Glassware. Shelf Goods of Every Descriptk
one they wanted to get to work, as move hand or foot, and all the time ■ could be laid before the public. Hr.
This EstfiblLhruent carries a full and carefully selected Sioek equal to demand j
:2th inst., in which I am informed I But God as an angry god, and no contested election case can bead fjilly conscious of the danger. lie ’Jefferson is the fourth in a genera Hardware
line—Case« of new good« are now being opened. Bird esgea and teed an
he does not believe he could
that all testimony taken by me in : mana wretch undone suited bet ed on-by the House until it is re »■ays
of actors, and, with his chil offered. A reasonable price, only, ia ] laced on the gooi s.
have survived the ordeal much tion
and grandchildren, there six
final proof cases, sin.'e the death of
gMT"We are Agent for the D. M. Osborne Company's Agricili
>,’.d when bis friend uncov- dren
ter. Then he goes to work to avert
generations of the actors among the
The defalcation absconding of E
the late Receiver, is vei l. The hon
the awful doom that awaits him, by C. Silcott, Cashier of Sergeant at- i-red ti- snow from his head it was Jeffersons. His story of the early
orable commissioner further says:
days of the American stage, when, a 1
building magnificent temples and Arms Leedom’s office is stillworry
'In view of the facts, however, par
gorgeous places to worship in, and ing the members of the House, and ADDI i :<»NAI. II AIlMiY COUNTY boy, traveling with his father’s com 4
ties whose time for making final
question of w’hether the Treas
pany, they would settle dowm for a
the statistics before me says there the
season in a Western town, playing
ury shall lose the 72.000 stolen or
proof is set for a day which occurs
is 100,000 churches in the United the mem! ers for whose nay it was
in their own temporized theater—
during such vacancy, will be al
On Main itreet, Hurns, Harney cuunty, Oregon.
—day Miss Laura Stan the particulars of the creation of his
States, and they are valued at i700,- drawn, is not decided
lowed a reasonable time after a Re
ch.' a ill .- iii to school, in Burns.
famous "Rip Van Winkle,” how lie
W. C. BYRD, P roprietor .
000,000, and pay no taxes and are
It was not intended by the ad ■ lin-i
ceiver assumes his duties at your
-I in- 1
view mail stage has acted “Tickct-of-Leave Man” be
only used once a week and enly for istration that any official not
: ■■■: cot i ; ■ ee Wednesday, Dec. fore an audience of that class in Ail the Hotels, Restaurants, and Boarding Houses are on this stri
office in which to offer final ¡»roof.
an hour or two. They do not fur should 1-e taken of the de. th or fu 1 n.
a two trips to Burns.
Australia, etc.,—all this, enriched
Such proof may be submitted with
neral of the la c J fferson I :v.s,
nish shelter for the homeless, nor but the (l i«ir>g of :11 the depart — Mr-. M. i. Fry was in to sec with illustrations and portraits of Personal attention given to Stock placed in care of this Stable,,
out re-publication.’ ”
the 1 est of Accommodation ia given, and Charges reasenable.
food for the hungry, nor clothe ments at noon on Wednesday, on Mr. and Mrs. Paul Locher’s little contemporary actor3 and actresses
and with anecdotes, will form one
[the naked; they educate no igno- account of the Congressional cen
Tlic Oregon Fntiilc
—King, the untiring mill man. of the most delightful serials The
: rant, and they reform no vicious, tennial, caused many people to
FOR A SQUARE MEAL
til" roa,l open to his mill, and Century has ever printed.
[and yet through the cunning of the think they were closed in honor of keel»-
Amelia E. Barr, Frank R. Stock-
A lbany , Or.,Dec., 9, 1889.
Mr. Davis that being the day of his ! the i ;•<-
' ■ lance of lumber on
’ priest and I he clergy, the deluded funeral.
ton, Maik Twain, II. IL Boresen,
GO TO PARKSR’S.
the mi rks t.
By invitation of the O. I’. IL R
masses are made support these in
— Band Boys’ Christmas Eve
Co., together with sonic twenty-live
stitutions at an enormous expense<»f having the House decide the con ball i umbers sold 4-1; Christmas will furnish the fiction for the new
lesidents of this place, I have just
time and money; these gorgeous tested election cases before any Night 56; New Year Night 45, an volume, which will be unusually
had the pleasure of riding over this
strong, including several novels, il
Rules are adopted. It would le average of 47 couples per night.
temples arc only for the rich.
new road on an excursion train out
Just stop the pay and the whole volution of all ¡»n cedent, but prece —Miss Pierson, the accomplished ries. “The Women of the French
as far cast as the track is laid, and
dent doesn’t count for much with daughter of the photographer now
thing would stop, and these priests some people when it happens to
Salons,” are to 1 e described in a
had the experience of walking the
and clergy would fine some thing ■ lash with party advantage. The located in Burns, arrived Wednes brilliant series of illustrated papers.
day evening, from Prineville, and The important discoveries made
grade for some distance beyond the
else to do; they have a good thing Speaker has almost absolute power will remain this winter.
F. E. B xacii . President,
W m . M c F all , Treasurer, I
present terminus of the track.
with the great Lick Telescope at
[and they know it. Dr. Talmage over the House while it remains as
H ighes , Vice-President,
W. F. B rownton , Secretaij
Tlic completed road is smooth and
gets tin? nice little sum of $16,000
parliamentary rules, and il'thc elec delivered T he H erald office what in the world) and the latest explo
a year, and still slanders honest tion cases were before the House! | he dubbed a Ilarney county tooth rations’relating to prehistoric Amer
The track is now laid from Alba
men that differs with him on reli the unseating of nearly every Dem- i pick, n pine log 3 ft- in diameter ica (including the famous Serpent
ny for a distance of about sixty
Jsl of Directors and Stockholders at the office of the Aget-
gion, and eulogise the merits of the ocrat whose seat is contested would and nearly lift long. "That’s the Mound, of Ohio) arc to be chron
miles, some three or four miles be
¡way we grow them.”
old she-dragon that has left the
J. D. Shaw,
Prof. George P. Fisher, of Yale
yond Brcitenl ush—the last located
.......... j | —As will be s en in this issue,
whether «he Republican
traces of blood in her slimy trail doubtful
managers are prepared to lake the , ¡ctor Miller, whom we have found
station. This takes it to a point
| down through the ages, when her responsibility of adopting ouch a an attentive,
" ........ industrious young at * “The Nature and Method of Revela
about north of Upper Soda on the
murdered numbered millions, and, i radical
has taken up
r. . Ki. j program.
i ■ i u a. i ii 111 . They
a > v torney-at-law,
1 his resi- tion.” which will attract every Bi
will be apt
W. V. 4 C. M. wagon road, possibly
if ever they get the Blair bill coupled to remember that in all probability dence in Burns, ami resumed his , ble student. Bishop Potter, of New
us far east as a point directly north
into the constitution of the United 1 the next House will have a majori- practice of law in this county. We York, will one of the several prom
of the Mountain House, and with
him the hand ol welcome and inent writers who are to contribute
States it is good-by for our religious ■ ty ef Democrats, and this belief | X-ve
BAKER, CITY, OREGON.
a series of “Percsent day Papers,”
trust his may be a pleasant stay.
in 35 miles of the summit of the
mountains. You will remember liberties; with God in the constitu
[ —J. B. Caldwell, of Waitsburg,
that the railroad route misses Sev- tion they will make other lawz and
i \\ ash., sent his little name-child, I art papers, timely articles, ele., cíe.,1 Have tlic Largest Establishment in Eastern Oregon stocked
en-mile hill, and the summit re gradually tighten up until man will
son of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Caldwell, ( and the choicest pictures that the
Dec. 18.—Arrived in Singapore, of
Burns, a lovely ease containing [greatest artists and engravers can
ferred to is the summit at Sand be forced to obey the mandates of
mountain, a few miles north of Big the church, then it is good-by free- and is expected to reach Ilong an infant's silver set: knife, fork, Pr®yuc$«
Kong four days ahead of schedule spoon, and nil] kin ling, with ini-
lake. The road is graded eastward
She has completed half the tials of donor and recipient on each >y to 11,0 Publisher. The Century
BUC-GIES t BUCKBOARD AND UH PilM(
from present lei minus of the track
[ Co., of New \ork. Begin new eub- I SPORTING GOODS,
continuously' for about seven miles. [ Blair bill is the serpent's low warn- journey around the world in 34 piece.
££7-All Kinds of Mow«
There is, also, considerable grad [ ing; it is the hiss of the viper that days.
~ issue of e the
, and ,' get . : Deering Binder, 4c.^#F“Communications
„ lhursdav morning
. ., ' , a . rumor tirst
ing done at different places this beheaded Burno in 1600, and other
is on the street that the driver, on !, ,P • , .
buy what you need.
side of the summit, making one- great reformers, it is the out-crop
Dec 23.—Nelli;» Bly at Hong-
I long- thc Bidwell end of the line, who
, • ,-• J. ,. i
• i - », « had »1-
e 1 and .cut
i ankce inking Arthurs Court, ’
luilf of the grading done between I
the end of the track and the sum ing of that old Puritanic doctrine i Oceanic Saturday; expects to arrive arms badly frozen; it the stage
AKD LEASED STABl
that bored quakers through the ' [ there January 21; was delayed at I 1 could net get through how did the
That Dow i!jr
The Company is doing its own tongue with a red hot iron, anu ’ Colombo because Victorin arrived no.vs get here.
Homely girls will take heart after
P bofb ;
work in track laying, and has a women naked tied them behind one day earlier and Oriental sailed | —A. F. Rittcibusch informs us reading this delightful and sensible HENRY CALDWELL
large force of men employed. They carts drawn by oxen, and whipped ! one day later than advertised. She i ■ tho Island school house is now fm- story. A girl, plain in face, and
Third st., South of H erald Building.
are going ahead with the work, have
I is two days ahead of time ::t Hong- ! nished and carpi t d. This, we bc- indiffi rent in her attire, is suddenly
plenty of ties along the line, ami
Kong. The World expresses the ' licve to be the only school district aroused to her defects, and, so far
plenty of rails within a few miles being witches. The constitution opinion that “-he will accomplish the [ in the county, that has shown a as in her power, resolves to amend This new, fine, and commodious Barn and Stable is not to be equd
<>f the present end of the track. as our fathers made it is good [trip around the world within seven- similar consideration for the cotn- them. Candid and guileless her
in any part of Ilarney county for accommodations.
T he grading is done by contractors, enough.
Z. [ ty-fivc days.
[ forts and pleasure of its pupils, (lur self, she unexpectedly discovers HAY 4 GRAIN ON HAND.
who are vigorously at work extend
king their six hours work in the that the husl and whom she devot
SADDLE HORSES, GOOD TEAMS,
• T _ 1 O'
ing the grade eastward from the
FROM V. XHI1IXGTON. l>. C.
th«' mes . school room.
edly lev« s contemplates her with !
SINGLE 4 DOUBLE HARNESS OUTFITS
seven miles of compkbd grade.
sage came out the young debating
aversion, that she is really what a
Special attention given to the grooniir
The number of men employed in
Iff KI NOT >!f, , P
I' ('., |
societies hav«' a question to discuss:
! woman <>f honor most drcr.ds-a de
Dveembcr 20, liftil*. i
care of Boarding and Transient stock.
the work is variously estimated nt
Which is the greatest man—"R. B. R. Biggs, by his careful attention to spised wife. As he holds her thus ;
tiie details of all business entrusted
from 1000 to 1500, but I wiib not ' Mr. II rrison and Mr. Morton are Hays or Benjamin Harrison?'’
contempt, the question arises, '
gjS^Open Oct. 2Gtli, 1889. ¿¿^“Charges reasonable.
to Lis care, is winning the confi in
up t<> where they were at work, and i no longer on friendly terms. As I
dence and cst; era, «fall with whom
«¡id not learn definitely r.s to the
ports that our foreign relations are he sustains business relations. We of the mysteries of the romance, ;
number. Tin' soil along a portion much has I ecn suspected for some satisfactory.
the heroine of which soon convinces
are glad to see a young man to her
of the road, recently gradt'd. seems time, but it was not until the trip
husband that, while beauty is
P roprietor M rs . LOUIS RACINE.
prosper on his own merits.
to 1 e of a rather dry. sandy nature, to Chicago from which both of
live, the ( harms of the mind \
seemingly no marshy places to th« iu returned Wednesday m- ruing to complain cither.
appointed hotel is open to accommodate ths P
—There is an aged
.„ far more enduring. The story
work through, and I understand I that suspicion became a certainty. ConRvrvuiivsunjt the J?r «'** for reliic.w I’iu'.c, deaf from the infirmity of [ p as an excellent ¡»lot, the action is '
lie with the I tit rooms, table, and service the town affords.
much of th«- same kind of ground
ngc, now at Crow Camp, that ’re-1 natural and spirite«!, and the char- )
Th, Seed tnnualfur I860, is
is to be worked over on up the Tiny would not go togetlu r. nor by D. M. lerrv 4 Co, Detroit. members the buffalo roaming^avtcr
even on the same line of railroad. >iicliigan, has rca< d our table, its through this ■ o’.mtry, a'Ki when ail |
—-¡beet style- It is certainly one of1
Unless the weather becomes ex One had a special car on one line cover this year is Mpcei illy arti.’U Harney Valley w
Av.ichel. where is Keptall Sorts of Liquors.
noiMre Geòrgie Sheldon'» most en-,
tremely stormy, there will doubtless and oiu on the other, although on^ and attractive, ar.l its contents, as
lnisw.’.s ; iir« early hoy-1 trancing »tori«». It is No. 24 cf
ns now y(rcc( A Smith's Select Series.
be a great deal < f work vet done ear would have furnished amplo ac-1 usual, interesting and instructive. be d. And this was > th'«
this year and during the winter com mcdaticiiis for l oth parties. In Ferry’s «cods arc thoroughly relia the horn of the Fiutcs.
The only illustrated weekly west
tak It will have to become very bad to Chicago they had nothing to do ble. ami always com«’ true. TL.
of Cldcago is Wi st Shore, which
■ stop the work of track I lying, as
directions given in the Annual for
x.UtaiX have lox ears fixed for the
the cultivation ef both Howers a'.d f.om Stein Mount;«.; . He
save it 'ir''i ri0' a superior in any respect in
TOILET ARTICLES, GLASS, PUTTY, 4c
:* ■’ u
*~*—. Its large color
hands to board ami lodge in. Th«' tion of the auditorium, which ', oth vegetables so full and explicit that has s stormii! a good ileal out that ■ **-■•
ed illustrations are work s of art. and
< ar;, are moved along as im: work attend: 1 they enter, <1, separate, no one can fail of success w l.o uses way.
arc of home scenes in which all our 1 W. E. GRACE, P roprietor ,
progrejse:«, so that th«' workmen are although it was tlic intention of the their seeds anJ follow“’ the instruc
quiternni for table under the cir managers of the affair that they tions.
A Large Assortment of
D. M. Ferrv 4 Co. are very con loads of hors, s from. thi’ station to arc crisp and pithy« Its humorous!
cumstances Th«' Company feels
sketch s and paragraphs rival those
loth ill oflcring new sorts San Fransisco last« veiling.
confident of having the road com
pleted in time to move Crook coun arm. It is not probable that any and their claims forthem when off,
-Petir French sliij ; d 21 car- of th ' ¡>np. rs w liieh make a specal-
ity ef them its illustrated ¡»ocnis
ty's m xt crop of wool. It is sur one thing brought about th«*,»resent cred: but they take pains to inform Ice.ils of cattle to S;m b'ransiseo.
Has just been Received.
are <ne < f i;.« most attractive fea
prising to note the nuinl er of little state i f f'.'ling between th J two pen- themselves an to the true character
tures. In i very r,-j««t it i-just the
towns building up along the line of tlemnnit has Icon steadily growing of all new varieties, so if seme much
I ram I'cl Nor*.*.
¡»:ij •<; ourpeople want for themselves PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOt
ibis road, ar.d the hindering inter-’ “ine.' March. '*r. Mort, n was very lauded novelties are i.ot found in
.vary 1, 1890
c wives and
—1 their children.
1 •’ *
i'JSF* Everything guaranteed ¡tire and cf tie very 1 vet
th. Annual, the prol ; lilitv is they
cat is being developed at Mill City;
LUX' a ve, ar. I. Siimnc!. Publisl er,
here is already quite a village, a liberal, one might rav extravagant, have t, -ted them and four.'! them of —I scud v few items
large saw mill, planer an 1 shingle contributor to the republican cam- no value.
—Old Mr. Rittcrbuseh was go;-e«l Portland,
There’s a- story t.»ld i f an Irish-
____ mill all eond-imd.
ami one or two paign fund, and ho v««rv naturally
A request a nt to the firm at Dc- to death by a vicious bull, last week
“■J? lie gsSXW-IkX111,
man who wa
raa , given a l ed in the
East (4 Mill< 'ty, («ales-. thought that lie was < ntitled tit if i Fe it , Michigan, wi ll bring you a itiid ««.is
NEAR BURNS, OREGON.
villo is laid off, which ia the nearest little more than the fifth-wheel sort (-opy of the Seed Annual for 1N90 80th ult.
i second story « f a le»lging-house in
}M>iiit to Quaitzville mines. At the
by return mail.
New Volk, In the night the firc-
Narrows, six n il« s further cast, is of influence usually accorded the
—A school meeting was held here engines ran past with their fright-
SAYER 4 DORE
another substantial saw mill in op Vice President. Mr. Hanison, it
’ 1 from a deep
B abyhood for Novcmlcr oper.s 2Sfh ult. resulting in a unanimous ■ fill noise. ArctH
eration At this |siint abundant s ■< uis, thought »iiffci ntly, lu ce up th«' question of hoiv to meet the vote to tax the district for a school slecj . and utterly terrified, Mike's
water power is obtained by «lam they now confine their association increasing demand for intelligent house 21x36, with 12 fovt (tiling: first thought was to get out of the
tiling up th riverat n place where to barely sp< aking as they pass by. nursery maids. It is a ml-ject in to cost al out 150* >. ‘
I house. He hastily jerked on his
the whole river formerly ran. thro’
' tronser A unfortunately, wrong-side
No man ever spoke to an audience
—Hav is selling readily In re for before, and jumped out of the win-
a cut in the soli«! nxks, four and
dren arc inter« steil. aitd the meth
one-half f< < t > i width, thus raising
tlow. 1 llu friend
____ '¡ __
ods j ropo«ed bv B ahyhood fur rais ■?8 per ton, and si arcc.
the water about Go ft. Thee- mills entire civilized world than was the ing the standard of nir.*’ girls de —The snow al out 12 inches deep' 'dow and crii -I cut:
m H seen; to be nmningon full time »■tie which path« icd ,n the Hall of serves careful consideration. No
“Arc ye kilt, Pat?"
here and mowing yet.
The timber clung the iine of thi« the House of Repres« ntativi s. Wed- less important to parents is the
•'! k H ! • » ■' -'«»«’aintBr rb;.r< BSklt r.«K)n< hr
Picking himself up and looking
road seems to Ic nnliiuited, and nes la v afternoon, to hear Chief Jus warning as to "Growing Pains"
—Wo had a lively dance at the bin.•■elf over bv the light of the
th> re will certainly Ic a very large
residence of R A Hendrick's, Fri street Limp, he replied:
business who» th* road i«c< mpb-fed tice Fuller deliver an address on ' Nursery
“No, not kilt. Pat. but i fear I’m
y, *' Scarlet Fever day night, 27ult. a gc «1 many liar
J. N. Di SCAN.
| the inauguration of Washington. <*•
The Musical Education," "Nursery r.cyites attending
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