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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23. 1890.
<1111. SKBVICK REFORM.
-Readers of the East Oregonian
will remember the visit to Pendle The republican party is not do
ton of an agent for the great “mi ing the fair thing with the old sol
•IJßLlBÜl D EVERY THUR8D
crobe killer,” the quack-medicine diers. The civil service commis
-La grippe in The Dalles.
of the day. The pseudo doctor sion in Washington, is run by repub
D. L. à K GRACE,
-Typhoid reported in Dallas.
stopped here several days, talked licans. Commissioners Roosevelt
c . rs and P roprietors .
-Bad colds in Prineville, Jan. early and often of the virtues of his and Lvman arc deep-dyed republi
In Herald Building, Room adjoining the Office.
Open Every Day except Sunday, from 9 a m tu 4 p m.
medicine, and sold no little at the can partisans, although they pre Every I.ady and Gentleman
a welcome Visitor to the Heading Room during the hours uiari.
IEWSPAPER I. KWH.
-Hay $20 a ton in Prineville, last • exceedingly low price” of $3.50 tend just now, for reform’s sake, to
»ter Is required to give notice by
ng the paper docs not answer the
per gallon, with a stone jug thrown be extremely non partisan. They
jI s riber doe» not take hi« paper
e, an I lhereaeon for ite not being
; run the machine, and all that therein 1
?gie ■; to cio so make » i lie p< si-
-Weston citizens down with La
ibie to th<* publisher for payment
is. Section 1754 of the Revised Stat-’
URNS O^CULATING T «IBRARY
person order» h » paper dieeou
is pav all arrearages, or the Rub
and a four-column article in the utes, is known by heart by every I
jltiime to »etui ii until payment be
lit*« i the whole amount whether it
-Mercury 20 degrees below zero Druggist’ Circular Gazette, a stand veteran of the late war. It says:
the office or not
There can be
BOOK 3XC HANGE
titinuauee till pa mem lb made,
in Prineville, 6th inst.
ard publication, make an exhaustive “Persons honorably discharged
IN THE HERALD BUILDING.
rson who lakes a paper from the
ether dirueiud to nis name or un-
MRS. GRAUE, ------ L ibrarian .
from military or naval service, by ,
-Mercury down to 10 ° below 0
her he ha» »u! scribed or not. 1»
hr the pay.
ing to this article, is the 6tufi' com reason of disability, resulting from
January 3, at The Dalles.
«eriiier orders his paper stopped
Object of opening this business in connection with the Free Reading Room Is to obtain th«
me. and the i’li -iisher continues
posed as follows: Oil of vitrpl (im wounds or sickness incurred in the Fun us for purchasing books for a Public Library for Bums—The lot fur the building U bought.
ul scriber i» b.»uu I to pay for it if
-Upper Columbia closed for the
of the posloiliee Thia prut md»
TERMS: Membership Fee $12 a year. Reading Fee 10c. Deposit of 25c, or Retail price of Peri
pure) 4 drams; ; muriatic acid (im-Hine of duty, shall be preferred for odical
or Book, made with the Librarian, in every instance. Seud fur catalogue.
ihut a man must pay for what he
winter on account of the floating pure) 1 dram; red wine, about one
uUH^The Librarian i« agent fur ami will take subscript ions at the Lowest Rates for any Pert
rts have dec i led that refusing tc
and order any Book, published in the l ulled blute» or Canada. Alsu, bheet Music and
rs and periodic a:» frotn the p. st
ounce; well or spring water, one ded they are found to possess the idicai,
Picture«, Works of Art, House-Building Designs, Etc.
ing them uncalled for, withou
v same, is prima lucia ey ideuce ol
-Judge Fee is lately convalescent gallon. It is stated that the “mi business capacity necessary for the
This powder never varies. A marvel o from an attack of neuralgia of the crobe-killer,” which is sold at $3
proper discharge of the duties of;
puiky, strength, and wholesomeness. Me 1)1'0
economical than the or<linarv Kinds, and heart.
LAKEVIEW ADVERT ISEMENT.
per gallon, costs just 5 cents for a I such offices.”
cannot be sold in coinpe.ion with the mul-
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like amount, not counting the stone
litude <»1 low tests, short weight, alum, or
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phosphate powders Sold only in cans.
jug; that it is the most villainous guarded carefully by the following
Royal Baaing Powder Co., 10o Wall st., Grant county has 240,000 head cf
THE HOPKINS HOUSE.
New Y otk .
compound ever devised by quack from the Statutes at-Large, chapter
■WRALD CLUB LIST-
Wild anti Harper’.' Magazine
ery for the deception of a gullible 27, which says that: “Examinations
-Max J. Henderson got away!
arald and Harper’s Weekly
M. D. HOPKINS, P roprietor .
public and owing to thepresen.ee of
•raid and 1 larper’s Bazar
from Portland with il,15o oi hie oil of vitro], or sulphuric acid, is shall he practical in their character,
eruldantl Harper’s Young People
LE •raid andAitlen’s Manifuld Cyclopedia, 2.90
and so far as may be, shall relate
EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CLASS.
additi inal volume after Vol. 1,55 cents;
11 Y A) iach
positively poisonous in its effects, to those matters which will fairly
ten'.» ejfcra ver volume, ih stage.
test the relative capacity and fit
)' im^Uouk-H.f Hlltlie above work, ran be ex
T. A. M< KINNON,
1 lined at leisure In the Rending Room.
grippe, complicated by pneumonia, alive, if its use is persisted in.
Any and all kind» of surveying done on shot
ness of the persons examined, to ( This Hotel is new (House, Rooms, and Furniture) and offer» courteous service u> every Huett.
notice anil reasonable terms.
The East Oregonian believes if a discharge the duties of the service’
■*.p«bliKh»r« of periodical! are solicited wishing to be located, can have plats iurnishe at Pendleton 7th inst.
■enurlubblnt rate,, a copy of their work for free of charge.
humbug is being sucessfully prac i into which they seek to be ap
-A. Fine Bar,
r Free Mklina K. mhii —We file, and Idinl the
ter at clot, ofetery half volume, rod »•' n
IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOUSE.
ticed upon the public, as stated in : pointed.”
pit. uv t*vertleement.
SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP
the medical publication mentioned,
in Beaver creek, Crook county.
every newspaper should assist in;
1 Wk I 2 wk 1 IDG 3 mo 6 mo
-Heavy snows reported all over
General Blacksmith & Waeon-maker
making a public exposure of the’ I have seen union veterans, some
inch 1L5; I 1250 15 00 1» 00 »11.00 115.00
< l«> G. 50 12 U)
II. R. SCHLAGEI
L akeview , O rmon .
00 NOU 15.00 24.00 40 00
cember and first week in January.
“in the line of duty,” sitting by the
(».00 10.00 20.00 32.00 50 00 CHAS. SAMPSON - - B urns , On
-Astori' Transcript tells the fol
y.oo 15.00 ïM.OO
i hour on stools, in the examination
12.ii' 1 i 00 2S.00 48.00 80.00 120.00
-An exchange says it took a west- ’
j O.' ou J 80.00 40.00 GO. 00 11'100 140.00
lowing regarding Miss M. I. Nor
room of the civil service commis Preptoared do all Kinds of Work in th Blacksmith line. Horae Shoeing at >2.60 par h*utL
bound train 4 hours to go seven
ton, art instructor in St. Helens,
NOTICE TO FOREIGN ADVERTISERS.
miles. In Lake county the snow was
sion, trying to write from dictation
While retpec ifullv solic iting vonr patronage
Portland, and of her experience as
r-B U Ci G I E S, WAGONS, E T C.,-^
and correctly sped words, which
we desire to keep our reader»p< sled as to the
drifted so high it took the Link-
st goods find reliable firms to deal with, cor
a pre-emptor of land: There is
MADR TO ORDER WITH NEATNESS, AND OF GOOD QUALITY.
spuiideuee will be saved by referring to the
; ville stage driver 13 hours to go 14
Philadelphia lawyers never heard
liowiug statements based upon our circula-
nothing in the personal appearance
A L L WORK W A R R A N T E I).
ADOLPH TUPKEIl - - Piior’n miles.
m n this and adjoining counties:
and never could spell; struggling an J
«jj^Liberid reduction to all yearly advei-
of Miss M. I. Norton, art instructor
lers Call at t )ffi< e, or write to Publisher.
—( IE N E RA L K E PA I II IN G—
-Dead body of mail carrier, Fritz in St. Helens, Portland, which
A4jr»Cni« < barged extra, according to space;
>ne but met >i 1'
H. i ;i, r ' >■■!
Cooper, was found Jan 2, on the would mark her as women of nerve,! drums; trying to re-construct, gram
fl^hninoral me iicinal ads. at no price.
^■^^■Uemeii s at itss ihan 10 cents per
road, near Snake river divide, the but she is nevertheless. Six months matically, sentences which have
.cE, net price, jeariy, or ’-0 cents, transient,
horse near by. Heart disease the ago she filed on a pre-emption on a ! been intentionally garbled and mis
«^Special p< sition 12 extra charge per in-
inlou. Jns t.‘iid of p. f-ition a suimiiug rmnier
cause; his was the Weatherby- quarter section, two and one-halfi spelled, solely for the purpose of
tiling attcni ion to ad. each week is run iu with
larged and Improved and is prepared to turn
>cal news mutter free.
puzzling the applicants. I have
Connor Creek route.
jgjy~J|s we stereotype all our advertisements
miles from Seaside, built a shake
a tier 1st f.,ui publications, $1 each, and in the best style. Terms: Cush.
seen those veterans, who bared
tvertising in loc al column». lCc a line.
-T. A. McBride’s assailant, Har house and lived there alone for six their breasts as willing sacrifices
Lrriage, birth, and death nmiounce-
DICKSON <fc SULLIVAN
P ropri stori .
b. ".i h iten s solicited as news,
ry Smatliers, who stabbed him last months. Miss Norton, a blonde, for their country, competing in these
11A KN E Y A D V E KT ISEM EN TS.
feral rales .«tiered to religious, soc ial,
summer, and was fined $2 0 and weighing about 100, modestly tells |
Lou. J. Bosenberg, Mixologist.
examinations, with hearty, robust
W. A. WISH IRE.
sentenced to prison, was granted a the story of this assertion of her cit-1
i young fellows fresh from college;
Everything in our line of the Best. Liquors—Whiskies, Brandies,
full pardon by the Governor, and izen’s claim to public land:
rip .<>n executed with ncntticiB
WILSHIRE A HUDSON.
< h. 1.1 reasonable rates
Wines, Fancy Drinks, etc., Cigars, etc., always on hand when
I j and, if the college-boys pass bet-
; ter examinations than the old vet
you call on “Uncle Dick,” at Drewsey, Harney county, Or.
i ill lietv's,
letter ih ads.
Note Heacs, Car« s, TI ckc 'S,
erans, the civil service commission,
Invitali.-ns. Dodgers, Etc.
LAKEVIEW AND HARNEY. OR.
organized under republican rule,
This Ann practif es in the courts of the State
-Parties leaving Prineville took my own name, and I located on a ignores the old veterans, and recom
quarter section of government land
office or other businc»» entrusted to them will shovels with them to dig their wa v
mends the appointments of the
C. A. SNOW A CO.
W ASHINGTON, D. C
receive prompt attention.
through incase of encountering anv
Patents obtained, and all patent business attended to promptly and for moderate fees.
(“kids” from college. The law is
FFICIAI. 1>IKE< T<>I«Y.
iQF- AM» < Asi> SOLICITED.
Our Office is opposite the U. 8. Patent Office, and we can obtain in loss time than thus«
of the 5 feetof snow drifts rumor de
absolutely a dead letter, and the re
remote from Washington. Send Model or Drawing. We advise as to patentability free
and located well up in the moun
of charge: and we make no charge unless patent 1 b secured.
l.evi P. Morton
We refer here to the Postmaster, the Superintendent of Money Order Division, and to
ter. It was a g< od idea, and holds tains, in a country well timbered the soldier applicants; while it. ig-
ec retary • J State
officials of the U. 8. Patent Office. For circular, advice, terms, and references to .actual
\\ Liitiin Windom
and very wild. I had to carry all
ecre I ary v «Treasury
clients in your own State or county, write to above address.
( nores the law which demands that
ecrutary hf I titerior
COATSWORTH i TREGASKIS,
Redfield 1’rot tor
over 10 feet high are said to lie in my provision from Seaside, two and the soldiers shall be specially fa- I
Benjamin F. Tracey
>f Na .
Jeremiah .M. Rusk
one-half miles distant, and a good
ecretary o * Agri nltnre.
wait for the unwary.
Wm H. H. Miller
i vored in these examinations.
.ttorney <• meral
part of the narrow trail was through
XXouses and Oottages
I. A K EVIEW A DVE RTISEM ENTS.
heavily timbered gulches. I lived
I J. N. Dolph
J. II. Mitchell
Sweden came to Portland to marry there alone the whole six months,: “Great God' Mr. Secretary, can
Hermann Wachmakerß Jeweler
D. 8. HOPKINS, A rchitect .
!).Sylvester Pennoyt r
her lover, named Carlson. Last cultivating my land myself, and I you do nothing at all for me?'
. . R Geu.
J. \V. BONEBRAKE.
G. W. Webb
Grand Rapids, Mich.
building what fencing is required j The tears stood in her eyes, her
J. B. McElroy
Will furnish Designs of Houses, Cottages, and Mansions coating from f300 on up to au)
figure wanted. If you ineau lo build, send |1 to my address, and I will mall you a portfo
whole frame trembled with uncon
by the pre-emption laws.
lio.of E3 designs of dwellings, like the one on tile in E ast O regon H erald office, with
Wm. I’. Lord
insanity caused by excessive grief The nights were made hideous ' trollable emotion, and her face was
full plan of each, full size details, complete specifications, and bill of materials, al* very
s W. W. Thayer
P. H. MURPHY.
full and complete so any ordinary carpenter or builder will ha\e no trouble in going
blXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
for the loss of her little girl, as she by the growling bears an«l howling as colorless and transparent as Par
ahead and completing the work. A nd if you do not find just what von want, write me
wlmt changes you desire made, anti I will accommodate you. Or leave Orders with T he
L B. T son LAKEVIEW
. . D
OREGON was convalescing from a severe at
H erald . Y ou will it ns cheap to er«ct a handsome house ns to warie material on an un
J.. L. R and
panthers, and many a time they ian marble, as she leaned upon the
sightly building. Wilj aid you in re constructing your present bcilding.
_______ COUNTY—HARNEY :
nearly scared the life out of me. I desk of the cabinet minister of the
G. W. GlLHAM
-An Oregon editor annoyed by wasn’t nearly as much afraid of republic.
J. T. S hields
w. E. grace
“No, madam, I am sorry to say j
newspaper dead-beats, gets them though, as I was of those ter
T. H. R oberts
W. R. (i RADON
I can do nothing for you,” ro-1
T. V. B. EMBREE, M. D.
.(D). W. E. A lberso N
get my claim. They made all kinds spouded the great man whom the j
. L. B. B aker
Officeat his r»-«l<*er<e Ou the east l<le oi Sil-
W m . M eeker
vies River, ter. diet below Burns.
an infernal machine, which he places t of threats, even against my life, so republicans have honored.
< l>) I L ytle H oward
WILL BuY THE ODELL TYPE WRITER
WARRANTED TO DO AS <frri E
in an envelope and sends to those as to drive me off my land. When’ “Why, Mr. Secretary, this is a, I
1. B. J ames
as any One-Hundred Dollar Machine.
S B. McPHEETERS, M. I).
whorefuse the pa|>er after taking on my way to and from Seaside, I ‘ crushing blow to me. When the; It combines siMPi.iciTTwith durability — speed , ease of operation
IKNEY ü. H. LAND OFFICE:
PHYSICIAN a SURGEON.
the paper for some time without often met some of them on the trail, colonel died, he said, almost with
wears longer without cost of repairs than any other machine, hag
J, B. H untington
Office at W. E. Grace’« Drug Store.
..H arrison K elley
paying for it. The machine ex But I never let them think for a his last breath: ‘Mollie, I believe
no inkribbon to bother the operation. It neat, substantial, nick-
el-plated—perfect and adapted to all kinds of typewritin.g
1 leave you in comfortable circum
)F IT.'iflß- CIIURClI DIRECTORY
Printing Press it product - sharp, clean, legible manuscript. Two to ten copies
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
can be made at one writings. Editors, lawyers, ministers, bankers, merchants,
fainting from fright. They used to sistance, go to Washington and tell
ETHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
iiinnufact'irers, business men, etc., cannot make njbetter investment Jfor 115.
Au intelligent person in a week can be« < >me a Good operator, or a^rapidonc in 2 months.
A. M. M c C art . Pastor.
-Joaquin Milller. or more prop prowl around my cabin of nights, and Grant concerning my services
ill tie preaching bv the pastor in each
♦ 1,000 offered any operator who can do better work with a Type-
follows, until further notlcv
erly speaking. “Cincinnatus Heine
th—Burns—nt 11 a m. and 7:30p m,
Writer than that produced by the Odell. ¿««“Reliable Agent«
th—Island School House— at 11 a m.
Miller,” says the Times Mountain
—Harney—at 7:30 p m.
an«l Salesmen wanted. Special inducements to Dealers.
th—Burns—it 11 a m, and 7:30 pm.
For Pamphlet«, giving endorsements, Ac., address the
eer, “formerly lived in Canyon made up my mind that if they at tic-field of Cedar Creek; and later
ith—Harney—at 11 a in. and 7:5Op m.
t to pl
City, and was elected county judge tempted to carry out any of their at Sailor’s Creek just before Lee’s 45 ODELL TYPE WRITER CO., T he R ookery , C hicago , III.
surreivb r. The country will never
t is *1
of Grant in 1864. Although prac thieats, I would use it.
forget any of the soldier«, an«l my
ticing law. his min<l always took a
Meets at odd Fellows Hall. ever;. Saturday
record is good enough to get a po«i-:
J EM. K1XX >X. X. «.
for my widow any time, if she
scries of articles to the Mountaineer
SI. K. BIG«;
tifo. W. HARNEN.
age JL_■ I n e.
I-n a nF*
And, so believing,
Ruma, Or. in 1865, entitled “Canyon City witnesses drunk, an«l kept them in shoubl need it.’
U. f*. MAIL*.
Pickles,” which for broad wit has that condition three or four day*.
BARNES * BIGGS.
Hl RNP— VALE:
And now, after I have filed letters
cr M| Arrive* and depart»
daily, Sun<*«: s excepted.
rarely been surpassed. In 1869 he I had to go to additional ex|»ensc from Sheridan, Sherman, .Grant
PRINEVILLE TO BURNS.
Attorneys at Law,
L BURN*—« AN YON < TTY:
leavesMdBda'n. Wednesdays. Fridays, r am.
ill prurtice In nil of th» ronrt. of the
Ar. Tueed" a. There la k & 8«:urda;. «10.4*1* in W
c. B BAKER, Sub-Coutractor.
publication called the Canyon City proved up. though, and I think I many others, together with the
All business laced in car of this firm will h
will get my lan«l wifliout any more copy of the colonel’s records fur
Arrive« at Ruma Wednesday« at fl p m.
I BURN ■»— PR! NEVILLE:
I mt «» Prineville Mondays «t fl ■ m
Arrivi* at Frinevlil« Natardaya at • p m
Leaves Burn« Thurtdav« if fl ■ m
‘ at Rsm.
-This is the last trick learned in trouble.
nished me by the Adjutant General
Thu r ata a: 6 a in.
W. W. Cardwell,
Upper Crooked river regions, about
It was rough experience for me, do you tell me there is no place heAi
A T T O II N E Y - A T - I. A W. wild-ent catching: On New Year’s as I am not used to mountaineering, for me, in which I can earn a living TawMrnger r.itri front Prineville to Burn 17 GO: Pound trip$14- with 00 day« delay.
lb«* land where the cyprt r* and n.) r-
«lay, a party saw a wild-cat dodge and if I had known at the outset to keep me from «in and shame;
Bi KN.*. O r .
to keep a roof over my head and
nf deed* that are done io their
Practice* in all the court« of the Slate, into a hole under a rock.
Joe what I would have to endure I doubt buy a morsel of food? Can it l>e
A l -o. before the F. S. !ain<l Ofti< e.
B not want t.» kn«>w a'.ì «h» nt th
if I wouhl have taken up the land.” possible that you can do nothing
L ynd M atters a S pe < ialty .
fe. i « man hlrss cMmtte. ita mtrvcl
rock; the cat showed an uneasi
a id ir« lM)undl«*es fTvsanrca: ih»
County Clerk Trenchard sav« for me?”
|c«»l< «vai fortuna« are marie in a day
ness of spirit by turning round. Joe
madam; lean do nothing,
night:’ Th<- «an Francia«*»» Erening
saw his chance, seized it by the ’hat her last witnesses were all that for “No,
in l*V». «fands
i’AUf,LOCHER - - / - -- -- PROPRIETOR
the civil eervice law is in the
rfront ufi «tif.vrnia ).»uruali«m. au«l
Jlh i»e< k’v- «liiian forma a rump’.vt«
B U R N s, O R E G O N
Éthe au< tal. material, anri |w».in«al
sized wild-cat, which he beat to
The Burns Her» t« « Fine (fuality. «ni n«r b* had bv the <.»•
I'o*tl«ri,or I« H««BtHy.
for T hk H er
)lt'<c: Harnev City and Burns death with a club.
Fé* k!v !»*.»’!cfH f. r«rc vear.
T he D rewsey saloon .
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