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necessary), to see to it that the
Democratic party will not be behind
in any of them. We are the party
THURSDAY. JANUARY JI, IWO.
¡of the people, and they cannot get
that away from us. Let ub then
keep in mind the benefits of the
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NELLIE UHttE. - - Literary Editor. people, their advantages, and their
interests, and wherever we see them
p-oK county - seat or HARNEY county : let us follow those, and we shall
surely be right.
communications by our beaders .
A corrtial Invltsllon la e«teu<le.l rwh and
everv Header ol T h « H««» li > to rontrlbule
to thia dejtarlinenl of the |«fer, on »nr aubjerl
of general interest. We claim the right to ac
cept or reject any part or the whole, but not to
change the idea« presented. We prefer articles
over the writer’» own Bignature, but noin de
plume» are admissible. We do not hold our-
•elves responsible for the opinions advanced
by writers underthe above caption.
Grippe's Work lu the Stale.
Union has it.
McMinnville owns up.
Long Creek, Jan. 17, claims it.
_ The girls of this section all I
look sleepy and tired after Christ
mas and New Year dances.
—Plenty of lively young people
in this country
D. J. H.
January 6, 1890
BURNS advertisements .
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Pendleton was one of the first to Bullil L'p Your County, and that will
Build t p Your Town.
Leading Merchant of Harney Coun
Oregonian: Pendleton peo
-------- DEALER IN--------
CorvalliB has the influenza; Ga ple believe
I he Det il and the Lawyer«.
that taue progress means
CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS,
zette printers down.
The devil came up to the earth one day,
the up-building of all without det-
BOOTS, SHOES, GROCERIES, HARDWARE
And Into a court house wended hit way,
I j riment to any. Some men whose
Portland hospitals are crowded
Ilepubl i<an Mistreatment of N’eorne*». J net as an attorney, with very grave face,
STOVES, TINWARE, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE
selfishness is uppermost, believe in
E x -G overnor G eo . L. W oods .
Watt proceeding to argue the points in a case.
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, PUTTY, ........
La grippe patients.
I ■ ITTI VWV
died at the St. Vincent’s hospital,
SULTANA RAZORS, AND “1 X L” CUTLERY,
Now a lawyer his deviisbtp never had seen.
For to his dominions none ever had t een,
7 p m, Jan. 8th.
he felt very curious the reason to kuow
citizens in the hands of La grippe.
TOO TEDIOUS TO MENTION.
“When a colored man, through And
the principles and knowledge of
Why none had been sent to the regions below
The Dalles has it sure; the en men has control.
T he high protective tariff is a
some other prominent person, se Twas the fault of his agent, his majesty thought
What is true of Pendleton and
Cheapest House in Eastern Oregon" for Cash.
tax imposed by the few on the cures a position and is assigned to a Why none of these sharpers had never been tire office force of the Sun were
down at the same time.
Umatilla county is true of Burns
many, for the benefit of men already division, it in not many days before And for his own pleasure he hail a desire
and Harney county.
he is called on to go to the house of To Come to the earth and the reason inquire.
the chief of that.division, to make Weli, the lawyer who rose with visage so grave,
The majority of the citizens ofj
Caller—“Are you the memory
G-eer’s Hardware Store.
fires in the morning, to cut grass, Made out his opponent a con Burn ate knave.
Burns are with T he H erald in re
Music lovers in Harnev county sprinkle the sidewalk, put down And the devil was certainly greatly amused
To hear the attorney so roundly abused.
Professor—“I am a professor of joicing over the building up of CAL. GEER
are herewith notified that Patti will carpets, wait on dinner parties,
— — — — — — — — — — — — Piiopkif!
As Boon as the speaker had come to achse,
every town, Harney included, in
give fourteen performances in San
The council opp* sing him tiercel« arose,
Yes I know; you fix up memories, the county; in the opening up of
scores of other things with« ut a a ud heaped such abuse on the head of the firs»
Francisco, in February.
cents extra compensation Negroes That, made him a villian, of all men the worst.
“In common parlance, yes.”
every grain ranch; in the aquisi-
do these things through fear of I e- Thus they quarreled, contended and argued so
Crockery, Queensware, Glassware. Shelf Goods of Every DeBcrJ
“That’s what I heard. Well I tion of every new business man;
R epresentative H ermann is ing dismissed from their positions.
Thii Establishment carnea u full amt carefully selected Slock equal io ileia^
in the building anywhere in the lLinivare line— Cases of new goods are now lieing opened, l’lrd cages and
’Twas hard to determine the one that wus ! want my memory doctored. ’
pledged to vote for the location i of With the possible exception of the
All country of every house, or fence, ottered. A reasonable price, only, is placer! on lhe grains.
the World’s Fair at Chicago. 1 Dot boycotted altogether, there is not a
£W“We are Agent for the I). M. Osborne Company's Api
you have to do is to adopt my sys as each adds that mudi more to the
one for the Hon Binger—that’s the department of the government in
What la the Whisky Business?
tem, and in a little while you will ; importance of the central trading
way T he H erald goes.
which auditors, secretaries, assist
ant secretaries, chiefs, commission The Louisville Courier Journal get so that you can remember any | point, the town of Burns. With
regard to the location of the county *
ers and deputy commissioners do says of the whisky business:
thing at all.”
Gov. I’ ennoyer officially calls not use Government employees
“It is a business which is op “My, stars! That isn’t what I seat, which is a matter of greatest
for an assessors’ convention to be [meaning colored employees] to
posed to every clergyman in the want. I want my memory fixed so ( moment to all the people of the
On Main street, Burn», Harney county, Oregon.
held in Portland, Feb. 11th, in an their own advantage.”
I can't remember anything. I have county, the people will themselves,
endeavor to obtain a more equable
The above complaint against
W. C. BYRD, P roprietor .
It is a business which every mer been calk'd as a witness in a boodle if not annoyed out of patience by
assessment. Poor men are paying the Republican party is justly
the selfishness of demagogues, be
chant and business man hates and trial.”—New York Weekly.
nearly dollar for dollar, while the made by the Negro. It is such
Big Hotel Proprietor—“Yes, sir, Burns, where they can come by
wealthy are paying comparatively evidence of total disregard of his
Personal attention given to Stock placed in care of this Stablr.i^MMh
It is a business which is the
your bill, sir, is $10. Been here easy access, and get their mail mat
welfare, and the overseer-like de standing dread of every mother.
the best of Accommodation is given, and Charges reasm.ih
one day exactly.”
mand for his vote based on unful
ter, pay subscriptions to T he H er __________________________________ """J
It is a business which makes 90
Stranger—“I am short of change, J ald , do their trading at well stocked
T he democracy of Oregon must filled promises, that causes him to per cent of the pauperism for which
FOR A SQUARE MEAL «Un«:
here is a check for $50, which ' stores, and attend to land matters,
organize for victory, and at once.
the ta.» payer has to pay.
The Republicans are showing un mocracy.
all on one and the same trip.
It is a business which makes 90 j (11
GO TO PARKER’S.
“Um—I don’t like to cash checks
mistakable symptoms of being
per cent of the business of the
afraid their 7,000 majority will van
Springfield Republican: A great
T he following is from the pen of criminal courts.
have you about you?”
discovery of fossil footprints has
ish from view, and wherever their
been made at Bosworth's quarry in
“Not over seventy-five cents.”
strength is doubtful, they declare a “man of the people:”
ployed an army of policemen in the
Holyoke. Here is a clean surface
for “local issues’’ this year.—Ex.
of shale about 100x40 feet, on
are remonstrating with our govern
which are seen about two hundred
It is a business which puts out
ment’s wrongful interference with
the fire on the hearth, and con ing any thing these hard times.”— tracks. Nearly all of them are in
T he first installment of Negro
our private business, depressing our
rows, the longest one containing
demns wives and children to hun New York Weekly.
republican voters whh shipped from
seuenteen tracks. The tracks are
industries, paralyzing our labor, im
ger, cold and rags.
the South, Jim. 3d, for the North
Editor's Wife—"Prett • condition from six to eight inches in ,ength,
poverishing our people and cutting
Drunkenness comprises all other for vou to come home in—stagger and were prolably made by a reptile
west—three car-loads, including
off foreign trade.
vices; it is the dictionary of vice, ing through the streets in broad that if it had front feet, seldom used
several families. Lots of comfort
If restricting the purchase and
them. This is, without doubt, the
in knowing Sambo’s aversion to sale of our products to American for it includes every vice.
| daylight ”
fTI .ist of Directors and Stockholders at the office of the A
uncovering of tracks since
Drunkenness means peculations,
snow and “the hard way of making markets stimulates industry, cheap
Dilapidated Spouse—“Couldn’t largest
the days of President Hitchcock.
J. D. Shaw,
a living,” common to the North ens production and increases wealth theft robbery, arson, and forgery, help it. in’drar: been accused of
Advrviisc Yoar Wiijhboi’hoiMlK.
and wages, why would it not be a it leads to all crimes.
wise policy to apply the principle to
Di l Norte is one of the brightest,
per which has the courage to state
Yes, mi’dear; people said I was liv- n<little towns in Harney val
T iik Democratic party as the con each one of the states?
(hie) bribed to oppose pro’bit'on. ley, and gets along socially better
If it is productive of good to the them deserves credit.
servator of the people's rights, has
Anarchy is born in foreign lands,! Had to show folks I ’posed pro’bi-
to keep its sentinels on the watch forty-two states it ought to be good
I thun the majority of small places.
and bred in the American saloons.' f(on n,’ own accord.”—New York
ASSETS OVER A QUARTER OE A MILLION DOLLA k B
tower every day and every hour to to each one of them.
It k < ;■ it progress and the doings
It is a question of political econ If it cannot be strangled at birth Weekly..
prevent the Republican party from
of i s citizens before the public in
‘ The Leading Company of the Pacific Noithwcut.”
by reason of the remoteness of its
depriving the States of some im]s>r- omy, not of patriotic sentiment.
a spirited manner by sending com-
f^l’IUVATE DW ELL1NGH AND FARM PROPEKTV A 81‘EUI a LTY
If the principle is correct it will place of birth.it certainly can be ral relstive. on Jersey C’ty ferrv)— | niimieations to the county newspa-
tant right, and adding it to the
federal power. The Democrats in apply to a small community as well rendered extinct by the removal of “Why, aunty: what’s the matter?” ' per nearly every week. This
The farmers’ Company
its breeding quarters on American
Congress, aided by a few conserva as a large one.
shows enterprise and the desire to
OF SALE.V, OREGON.
tive Republicans, are laboring to
Why not hurry it to logical con
big float full of freight ears)-“ Look! build up. while other points are
prevent tho passage of the Senator clusion and have a Chinese wall erection of the alms houses that dot Look ! A piece of the railroad has only talking of wr’ting up and J. C, PARKER, Agent,
Sherman ( who by-the-way is a around each State and stimulate
advertising their neiidiborhoods.
i broke loose, and I ain’t been off of
♦3,000,000 millionaire ) Federal it to build its industries, increase States. The saloon has produced
What has become of Saddle Butte?
Election Bill, which briefly sum its wealth, and give better employ the rags that clothe the drunl____ _
Where is our Blitzen correspond
marized, takes the control of the ment, and higher wages to its own child. The saloon has placed the !
ent? Is Boat Ford completely
elections of congressmen away from people within each township, trade lines of care that arc worn upon i
wiped out of existence? Has
the people of the States, and turns among themselves, and bring the the face of every drunkard’s bro-! ADDITIONAL I HARNEY
Springer no wide-awake writer?
it over to canvassing and electoral home market home.
Blanton ought to be heard from.
Isiards, appointed by the President.
This policy means that man rises created the bombs that gave Hay
The Red-8 has bright writers if they
to highest happiness when he ex-
would send in a few items each
in any part of Harney county for accommodations.
I pends the largest amount of labor and its subsequent honors upon the ■
week. Is our lively Harney corres HAYA GRAIN ON HAND.
L akeview Examiner exclaims
land gets the least amount of pro
pondent froze up? Poverty Cen
SADDLE HORSES, GOOD TEAMS,
in the lust issue for December, “Oh,
duct. When followed to its last
isn’t it delightful to live 400 miles
—Wednesday was the stormiest
analysis it is perpetual work and i worlds to conquer, and turns its
low. Silver Creek speaks now and For the Road on demand. Special attention given to the groowtflSB
from nowhere, with millions of
eye upon the national capitol. day of the week.
Silvies valley ought to keep
care of Boarding and Transient stock.
snow intervening.” This was the
Shall the thinking men submit to
—Ed. Martin, who has been pace with other points. Upper and I
outcry of annoyance from one of The Ix'st home market is the one dishonor, that the criine-abettin quite sick, is improving.
•W Open Oct. 26th, 1889. ¿Jf Charges reasonable.
Lower Island has many writers to j
the most enterprising, industrious into which is admited the largest saloon be saved?”
C. W. II.
—Sam Amis was in town seeing advertise them. A word now and !
sheets in the State, after the labor
after means for feeding his sheep.
then from Wright’s Point would
of trying to fill up 14 hungry col imitations mean the largest expor
(Continued from first page.]
—All the sick and generally in- 1 lie read with pleasure. Also, from
umns with fresh newsy matter,
Fellow soldiers, look upon that disposed are, up to date, rejiortcd i Anderson valley, where we have in-
P roprietor M rs . LOUIS RACINE.
with no incoming stages, citizens mand for the articles exported, and
■ telligent subscribers. Send us a
This handsomely appointed hotel is open to accommodate th»
hut up in their houses for warmth, that means increased prices and that picture! There is nothing fanciful! onproving.
lie with the best rooms, table, and service the town aflbrdi
a d country people snow-bound. means increased wealth distributed about it. It is an actual occur-1 —T. A. Allison brought his eat- line from Diamond, friends, as you j
The widow of the soldier,I Vc
town. "n<‘ *8 Ceding them used. Drewsey is one of the best
T he H erald had a like experience I among the consumers, and that will rence.
with to-day’s issue: the outside 1 in turn, create an activo demand and the orphan, as well as the sur-1 —Jap. and Ellis McKinnon are ! points in the county, and readers ,
made up from papers two weeks i for home products, which supply 90 viving veterans, are barred from the hauling hay through town to their would enjoy a couple of paragraphs
from “Lou’s” gifted pen every week
old. We feared at one time we |x-r cent of the home consumption. possibility of employment because ranch every day.
would have to resort to our ency
—This seetiou of country is for telling of daily life in Drewsey.
clopedias for general information ducts creates a demand for raw ma preferment, is ignored and violated tunate in having no malignant form
Joaquin Milller, or more prop-1
items, such as patent insides and terial and labor, and that raises the, by a republican administration. of disease, such aw diptheria and
price of both and gives constant Let us repeal that civil service law. typhoid fever, xVliich are severely erlv speaking. “Cincinnatus Heine I
outsides fill up with.
employment to all classes of Inbor- Let our votes be recorded against felt in Montana/ Idaho, and along Miller,” says the Times Mountain
, U ' ;■
it. Or else, let us demand an ad-1 * the
ers — R. Q. Mills.
eer, “formerly lived in Canyon
—A letter front. West Fall, Mal City, and was elected county judge W. E. ('.RACE, P roprietor ,
, ditional law shall be passed, mak-
The patriotic addresses of ex
I ing it uneeessarv for veterans, their heur county, of Jan. 15th, says: of Grant in 1864. Although prac
A country editor in Nebraska has I widows and orphans, to undergo the "snow is 2$ feet on a level, and up-
A Large Assortment of
President Cleveland to the various
the hills from 3 to 4 feet; 20 ® ticing law. his mind always took a
democratic organizations, are quot just been robbed of ♦200 and sym i ordeal of a sham examination. |On
■ below 0 has been the coldest weath literary turn, and he contributed a
FINE CUTLERY. NOTIONS, EetcJ?
pathy for his loss is swallowed up
ed in every |>a|x*r, and often wins in curiosity to know how he got so Let the law merely require evidence er to «late. There is no hay in the series of articles to the Mountaineer
lias just been Received.
the admiration of the better class of much money.
| of service at the front. L»t there country that cne can get at.”
i in 1865, entitled “Canyon City
republican reviewers. The follow The above is the favorite para lx? something done, to relieve the From Sunflower Knnch, Grant County. Pickles,” which for broad wit has
PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUJ
ing is an extract from a brief ad graph the country newspaper man needy from this stumbling block,
E du . E. ast O regon II eri . ad : Will rarely been surpassed. In 1869 he
Everything guaranteed pure ard of the very 1 ert q«»
dress to an asemblageof Drmocrats is palming off on the simplest of his and enable the worthy to receive re- semi y<>u a ter iten.s from this see-
edited a small semi-occasional
< nlv. the Bay State Club in Boston, readers as an original witticism.
B utler .
publication called the Canyon City
and is a fair sample:
—The.Snow is just two feet deep, Journal. It was printed on a nov
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and stock of all kinds very poor;
"1 want to MV one word to you
"A little nonsense now and then.
elty press, and R. 11. C. Cotner, a
some few cattle dying already.
Membership of the Plymouth
as I«cmocrats alamt the questions
Is very gixxl tor the best of men.*'
former employee of the Mountaineer, i
< f reform which are now agitating church is 1,804.
—fitoi kmcn of this section arc
I Mrs. Poortable—It is raining
was publisher. It was the pioneer
the public mind, ami I don't propose
SAYER A DORE
Eight States have adopted the fearfully outside, Hadn't you bet
to make a speech. 1 beg of you as
discouraged. Should this stay on newspaper of the interior of East
ter stay and take supper with us. another month there will be a ern Oregon, and every issue was
iMmoeratx ru.1 to be accused of lag Australian ballot system.
K«<—• constantly on hand a Tarrr atoa •(
ging in the rear on anvof those top There are 312 convicts in the Mr. Smith?
heavy loss of stock.
scanned with the greatest anxiety
ics. Th« tariff reform, of course, is
Smith—O, no, Mrs. Poortabla:
—Hay cannot be bought for for news from the mines. The racy
ours, and we don't propose to be State penitentiary to date.
the weather can’t be as bad as that. money and there is no pasture to writings of Judge Miller were eager
robbed of it under any pretence
General Master Workman Pow —Texas liftings.
whatever. All things gixxl come to derly is prostrate from La grippe.
ly read, and very many of them
those who wait, and we are willing I
—Peter Delore, of Harney valley, found their way into the press of
A convention of adjutant-gener
to wait L< t me tell you. gentleman,
was here to spend the holidays.
that otlwr reforms are as important, als wa« held in Chicago, Jan. 14th. why you resemble a busted -cort-
k Ind. ofsnr'.eelnmlwr fhoronsbly *ea»on«d f<>r i xildln« purl-
—IM. Otlicer just returned from
and let me tell you they should lie
kept abreast, and let me l*eg of you.
C. A. RWKKK.
so far as in you lies (although I sail from Liverpool homeward, Jan.
Goose—Because you can’t gobble
—David Migle is feeding 600
don’t I elieve the admonition is ‘2d.
head of stock cattle. .
. any more.—Alabama Journal.
OK« HARNEY >st> BURNS.
t N. B A Good road all the way.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. TINWARE, M