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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1890-
ILISHED EVERY TIIL’lWDAY
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P roprietors .
Is PA PER LAWS.
r is required to give notice by
he paper doe« not answer the
briber does not take his pap r
lid the reas-iU for it« not belli;’
ut to d > ho make« the post
e to the publisher for payment
ill orders his paper diseoti
,av all arrearages, or the Pub
uu to send if until i a incut i«
the whole amount whether it
office or not. There can be
uaucc till payment in made.
who take« a paper from the
,r directed t«i ii:« name or au-
ht> huB «ui scribed or not. is
b r orders hi« paper «' opped
and the Publisher continues
fiber is bound to pa» for ii if
inc p< siotfiee. Thia p’<»< ev’t
t a man mnet pay for what lie
THE AMERICAN I’EOI’I.E’S I.AXHS.
Many Important Bills Introduco;?
will bo Cot «dried
.IOS '1. KOT1.K.
Farmers want a census taken ot
farm mortgages; a tax on sales of
‘ promises for the future delivery of
farm products;” for the prohibi
tion of speculation in farm preduets;
for the irrigation of arid lands; lor
an appropriation to import para
sites for scale insects. ’
Petition for location of the
World’s Fair at Chicago.
tell of our stage lines. Passengers
on the Spokane branch train were
blockaded four days at Pendleton,
There were 45 miles of drift be
tween R.iparia am] Spokane m il
the rotary snow plow i.roki n twice.
Trains, like our stages, gel on i s
B U R N S
A1) V E RT IS E M E N TS.
In herald building, Room a ' ,1 ii p the< ff<e.
open Every Day except Sunday, from 9 a m to 4 p in.
Every i.ad> tiud Goin ieman n wet . aie \ isitur tu the Reading Room during the hours named.
A 1 il w is introdu -ed:
East Oregonian: McKinley ex
To • relief of settlers on tl.e pub
to havi the t iiff bill ready
For reduction of letter postage
J3URNS ^JiHCULATlNG T ,IBRARY
by February 1st. The people are
to 1 cent an ounce.
To relieve certain purchasers of
waiting for it, and'ii it does not
Jan. 7—Reports of committees come up to tla ir expectations, woe
swamp lands, etc.
IN THE LILI A .1) BLTLD.N’G.
unto McKinley and his party.
To acquire titles to land for pur considered.
AIKS. GRACE, ------ librarian .
poses of public defense.
Jan. 8—Resolution offered call The producers of the country are >
of u[»eniug thiH busi cFb in connection with the Free Reading Room is to obtain the
For raising revenue from the use ing for information froi . the Land awakening. They aie beginning 1 object
uu n fur p.i.v husmg oo. KB
u I ubne L.onuy for Bums-— The lui tor the building is bought.
of public lands for stock raising.
Oilict, relative to Al!.geu land to see that they produce wealth in i’i-.R.'. •;
•, a car. Reading !’< <» b e. Deposit of _ c, or Retail price of Perl
in u\cry tnatauce. &enu for c atalogue.
To open to homestead settlement frauds in Florida.
hive decide i that refusing ti
The i.ibiai iau is agent h i aut. w ill lake Sul hi lipiiut s ul the Low hi Rates for any Peri
eirtain portions of the Indian Ter
uu i periodic a’s from the p. si
ai.o «.it.er any ».< « k, pinoibheu in the c ui.cd s . u . ih or ctu.auu. Amu, sheet Music and
Resolution adopted calling for non-produeers, the politicians, the iuicai,
¡them uncalled for, willioii
Pictures, Woikb oi Ui, 11 vusu-builuiug Designs, Etc.
Absolutely Pure. ritory.
me, is prinia l'aciu evidence ol
copies of correspondence with Chi speculate s, the railroad w c'cers,
Tlii powder never varie«. A marvel
To shorten the period required
’ . anti who e-omencss. More in homesteading public lauds, to | na, relative to the exclusion of Chi and an army of like ilk are living
economical ’ **
nese from this country.
extravagantly, and counting their
cannot be sold in compe i.ui wi.h ihe mul three years.
titude of low te-as. short weigh;, alum, or
phosphate powders, fold only in cans.
To prohibit aliens from acquir
Year 4n|l' Avance)
SENATE BILLS PASSED.
Koval Baking l’owder Co.,lO> Wall st.,
classes by millions.
ing title or owning lands within the
THE HOPKINS HOUSE.
HERA 1.1» Cl.I II LIST:
It is queer that those who per
G E ST
"cr - Weekly
form the least labor are blessed
M. D. HOPKINS, P roprietor .
LIAEL K u ,'i Udi Ppi r' • Lazar
To allow the State of California census supervisors.
> k IB ii. u ’ r«6- per'' Young iTopic
i ’ s Manifold i';.chipedla, 2.9t)
I volume after Vol. 1, ...» cell’s;
EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CLASS.
wherein all persons rendered total perform the greatest productive
R THE«'»1 iir»tu fr vo.time, pi siuac ’.
work are complaining of “hard
■—. opiefl »>1 (til the uitove work« call be ex
cent of the net proceeds of the sales or disease contracted while in mil times” and scarcity of the necessa
■1 ui . ¡Bure u the Reading Room
Good for Two Months Only.
This Hotel is new (House, Rooms, and Furniture) and offers courteous service to every Gawt.
of public lands in that State.
itary or naval service of the Gov ries of life.
(0^** Publiai ns of periodii a’s are b .dicited
• i club dur hu s. ¡i cop of their work for
Fixing the price of all govern ernment shall receive $72 a month.
- \\ V
'. Il'.'i bind till*
Ever up with the t ¡nit«, TH E 11 ER A ED has
•ee Be ad iu
< i completed an arraiv/enieiil ‘ i:li n large New ment lands subject to homestead or
( . «•■ d e\ • rv half volume, ’•»»t
I the tricks of the masters, and when
York PiitdiL.ing ¡1« ti«e, which ci a'de« ub to
i>v a a ci
IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOUSE.
. Her our Readers a boiler chant e
buiid up a pre-emption entry at $1.25 per acre.
the glorious light is plainly seen,
Hoiiie l.ibraiy of eleganil\ b.-und ' dooek tlmu
ever Lefure. boivU Aaut books b\ Hie world’s
men will be free, and peace and
Jan. 6, 7, and 8.—Time taken up
nn.. 3 mo J 0 mo
To ent h t; : r ! i fill' s< ii' er: Prior to Feb. 1, 1X90,
L2 'll —
will be the share of the work
a1 if. .->0. y uu < an liuve T he H erald one year
with District of Columbia affairs,
o& 00 V . ’h) $11.(M $15.0ii ail ! your Ftdei tio!i of any one «1 the following
Cenerei Blacksmith & Waeon-maker.
il 11.00 1-
ers of the land.
1Z b' 1 13.00 28.00 named Im. ku, a lii.-h are bound in Black and and receivers of the General Land
and discussion of a code of rules
8. GJ lo.oO i 24 00 40 00 Gold, pi iulcii in large, «dear t\pe, on good pu : Office.
; -A . i
The laborer is worthy of his hire ! II. R. SCHLÄGEL
21). HO ! 32.00 50.00 per, illustrated and li:iii<.r..in.c:y
L akeview , O recom .
. '¡i.i :\ I"
fur government of the proceedings
1 >.00 28.0 J 48.00 54.00 1 Rubil
■ i »n i'iuF-
1. < .00 0 '
: : .......
o livening ti; Home.
land instead of receiving a small!
12.M) MU' 28.00 •J.3.00 80.00 120.00
4U.0-J t»O.LO 110.(»0 ¡4 ) 00
20. ÜU kO
Swiws Faiiiilv Robin-: •32 Craig’s Pronouncing arid lands of the United States, and | of the House.
i part of it, he should have it all.:
«on, by Kmnpe.
Pilgrim’« Progress : 1 :: Daniel Boone,
| their settlement under the horne
Horse Shoeing ut |2.50 per bead.
Preptoared do all Kind« of Work in th Blacksmith line.
JTXC'E TO FOREIGN ADVERTISER*.
c ' b Adventures in i E l Tour of tiic World in
Speaker Reed believes Congress I There is no reason for him to share
!e reBpectfully H<>!iei:iux y<>ur patronage
desire to Jee p 'nr readeis p. s.ea ns to the
: 5 Lucille (Meredith's)
can adjourn bv the 1st of July.
oous and rnlia Ie firms to deal with, cor 7 Jane
B U G G I E 8, W AGON 8, E T C.,->
To prevent fraudulent entries on
■ in producing wealth.
Tieti< e will be saved by referring t«> the X kO.biO
* I ’ ” i~ Cooper'« I así of the
MADE TO ORDER WITH NEATNESS, AND OF GOOD QUALITY.
lug s ateintMi i based upon our uiriu.a
The number of non producers are
i this and adj pining couti.ii«:
9 Five _ WecKB
in a 38 Kiiig.Soloii:or.’«Mines
A I. T. W O R K W A R RANT E I).
r’Uueral red, [uctiou to nil yearly adver-
; the same for the actual settler in fatigable worker for Tariff Reform. increasing, through the effect of re
: • >he.
( all at Oil: < e, or write to Publisher.
I g. od faith.
r*CutB charg- id extra, a<o rding to «pace; 11 Rob Rov,
Speech made on a bill to provide strictive laws, monopoly, trusts, us
but ini'!ill hr- I bc udmitted.
42 Allan (..'uartermain.
.Immoral me ii< inal
s. at u > price.
I enjainiii Franklin 43 Hoyle’s ' uiins,
i To amend an act entitled: “An for the emigration of Negroes from ury. combines, etc., which increase
.Adveriiseliun s at less than 1» cents per
DE EWHEY ADVERTISEMENT.
liet price* yearly, or ;;i < ent«, tran«ieut,
45 Harr’, l.orreqiier,
I act to restrict the ownership of real the South.
the burden on the shoulders of the
4 i Handy Andy,
.Special pdhiiion $2 extra charge per in
estate in the Territories to American
47 ( hint sc Gordon,
ti. Instead •
t i.ioii a Btauiling reader
____ _ s-'i', ,
A I ill was introduced for the producers, for the simple reason
u attentioti to ad. each week i« run in with
Longfellow'S Poem«¡9 (hmdinal Sin.
that the wealth produced by the
news matter free.
Sadiile und Sabre,
TS. F^A b we Sier« .»type all our advertisements Pry ant s Poem« 50
To secure fur the actual settlers loan of public money to farmers at producers, has to be shared by the
7:1 Penalty of Fate.
angeaufter 1st four publications, $1 each.
h in a Lo» kin uGhiss
oiui f Choice,
two p< r cent interest, secured by
/“•Advertising in local t olumns, li’c a line.
53A Lu( ...
___ ___ the pill lie lands adapted to agri
^Marriage, birth, and death announcc-
non-prodtiers in proportion to their
Baron Munchausen,54 Merrc Men and Other culture, to protect forests on the pub j farm mortgage.
s free. BB» h iteir.« «ollclti I ns news.
■ 25 New Arabian Night«55 Ta’i-e.
P ropri stori .
Therefore, it is plain in the ■ DICKSON A SULLIVAN
ices ,. |P“Liberairai <•« offered to religious, social, 2B Emerson’« J ««ays 5H Vu nrof WnKefleld,
lic domain, etc.
Turner, of Kansas, lias a bill in ratio as the non-producers become !
27 Guy Mam.ering.
57 '¡t.ji'1 Israel Pun.am.
18 ('apt. J. Im Smith. 5s I adv of the Luke.
For the relief of settlers, whose troduced for furnishing all old sol-
Lou. J. Be lenberg, Mixologist.
29 Paul ami Virgiuia'
Sandford rind Merton.
30 Boys’ and Girl«’ <0 Through lite l.ooking- lands
and improvements have [ <liers that lost an eye or eves, ar more powerful the producers are
executed with neatncis
driven into slavey.
Everything in our line of the Best. Liquors—Whiskies, Brandies,
been taken for the use of Indians,
patch,! 1 * lei'.Boiiable
v ' rate«.
We have sent for Hie ah >ve l amed books of in Southern California.
Wines, Fancy Drinks, etc., Cigars, etc., always on hand when
Poems ati'l will soon have i heir. <>n hand to turn
ill 1 leads,
over to everv New (huh sill scriber at
Garns, Tic Keif.
men, and through special laws,
Senator Plumb’s pension
you call on “Uncle Dick,” at Drewsey, Harney county, Or.
Dodge is, Etc
combines, trusts, and evils of the !
Look out for cur Great Gtfer to Getters up of the proceeds of the soles of public passed, would increase the
E is kept regular;V on tile for re Clubs next week.
land among the States and Territo diture of the Government
day, three of the men were enabled i
ML c . i . 1’. R*wall Newspaper Ad
logprucest., sew York.
ries for educational purposes.
to live without performing their1
i 60,000,000 a year.
BURNS A DVERTI3EM ENTS.
WASHINGTON, D. C
share of productive work, it would J C. A. SNOW & CO.
. OFFICIAL D!RE(T(H; y
obtained, and all patent business attended to promptly and for moderate feu«.
the pre emption of the public lands,
Parties in Harney county desir devolve uoon the other two to la-i Parents
Our Office is opposite the U. s. Patent office, and we can obtain in less time than ¡.those
the law allowing entries for timber I ing to address a personal letter to bor lonjjer than formerly, produce
remote from Washington Send Model or Drawing. We advise as to patentability free
. .Benjamin IIarri«on j
culture, ami amending other land Hons. Mitchell. Dolph and Hermann more wealth, and receive as their! of charge; and we make no charge unless patent is secured.
........... Levi P. Morton 1
.. Janies G. Blaine
tary of State
We refer here to the 1’» stmasier, the Superintendent of Money Order Division, aud to
William Windom 1
t . a . M c K innon ,
share of the entire wealth produced j officials <.f the U. H. Patent office. For circular, advice, terms, and references to actual
will do well to direct .as follows:
tary of Interi.>r
Redfield Proctor '
rary of War
For the relief of purchasers and
Hon. J. II. Mitchell, No. 1714 by themselves just what the other; clients In your own Slate or countv. write to above address.
. Benjamin F. Tracey notice and reasonable terms. ¿4?'' Settler
tary of Naw
. Jeremiah M. Rufek wishing to bt located, < an have plats furti ishe other grantees of the United States
tary of Agriculture
Ave., N. W. Washington, three, having the power, would dole ,
Win II. H. Miller
of certain swamp and overflowed
las er Generul
out to them.
B; \TE— OREGON;
lands, and to reimburse and idem-
XTouses and Cottages
i J. N. Dolph
Hon. J. N. Dolph, No.8, Lafayette
This is the situation at the pre-'
i .1. H. Mitchell SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP nify certain States.
present time The non-producing i
By Binger Herrmann: To reim Square, Washington, D. C.
J. C. WELCOME - P roprietor .
» CYPR1 ary oietat-
D. 8. HOPKINS, A rchitect .
including the army of the I
G. W. Webb
burse settler and purchasers, on
Public Injitruction R
J. H. McElroy
Grand Rapids, Mich.
even-numbered sections of public 11 th st., N. W. Washington, D. C. unemployed, are absorbing the!
Will fiirn ah Design« of HoUF' f , Cottages, mid Maushma coating from f300 on up to auy
) R. S. Strahan
lands within the limits of Congres If the writer wish ocular evidence wealth of the producers and leaving
figure wanted. It < hi mean I»» • •nlld,send |i to iii \ addriB«. and 1 will mail you a portfo
[ Win. 1’. I.ord CHAS. SAMPSON - - B urns , O r
'( E. I menidp'
lio of ;.3 deaigii*’ of dwellings, like the uii” on file in E ast O rkgon H erald office, with
) W. w. Thayer
sional grants in cases of forfeiture that the gentlemen receive the com them barely a living.
full plan of i a h, full size dcuiila, complete «pecificati.Hia. and bill of material«, al' very
............ S BrXTH Jt-DICIAL DISTRICT:
full and «rmpletc «.»any ordinary carpenter or builder will have no trouble in going
ahead and conndeting the work. And if \ou do not find jimt what yon want, write me
... L. B. I ron
munications, let them register the
et Attvrnu »
Advei’tise Your Neighborhoods.
what < •hmige«"avou di Hire made, and I will accommodate \<>u. or leave Order» with THE
J.. L. R and
To amend an act entitled: “An, letter, if of sufficient importance.
H krald . Yoii will it iih < heap to erect a handsome house an to wa to material on an tin
nightly building. Wilj aid you in re-c«m«trutting your pre«eut building.
c< fcNTy—JIAKNEY :
•«en tati ve
G. W. G îlham
on public lands, and to provide for
ty Judge L.
. . (D)
J. T. SHIELD«
.W. E. G ra < E
the repayment of certain fees, pur The snow blockade in the Sierra ley, and gets along socially better
T. H. R obert «
money, and commissioi: paid Nevada mountains is the heaviest
than the majority of small places.
. A. A. < GA IN« ADOLPH TUPKER
- P kop ’ r on void entries of public lands,” ever known.
•(<’)• W. E. A lberhon
It keeps its progress ami the doings
»1 SuperMrtendcut (D)
... L. B. B aker
W.M. M eeker
Great Britain was visited early of its citizens before the public in
IA DE 7'lpi i'ii r
<1» I L ytle
this month by a highly destruc a spirited manner by sending com
'L B. J AMEX
WILL Bi YHIE OIIEf.I. TYPE WKITEIt.
W ARRANTED TO DO AS
tion of t he legislature of Oregon, me- tive gale of wind.
uh any One Hundred Dollar Machine.
munications to the county newspa ojF 1
KifSaAmv P. 8. LAND office :
moraiizing Congress for the forfei
An American syndicate invested per nearly every week. This It combine* - implii rrvwith durability — speed , ease of operation
L I!- IIVNTINGTOOf
ture of the land grant of the North
..H akrimix K elley Promptly executed. The 1 mlding hr« I con en
wears longer without cost of repairs than any other machine, ha»
larged ami improved an in urepared to turn ern Pacific Railroad Company be in the Jamaica system of railroads shows enterprise and the desire to
out all kim!« < f blat kBrnli .iDg on «hurt notice
no inkribb. n to bother the operation. It neat, substantial, nick-
and in the beet style. Terms: ( ash.
some time this month.
EST Of ifl
e]-plate<l—perfect ami adapted to all kinds of typewritin.g
and Portland, in Oregon.
The pension payments for the only talking of writing up and Liken Printing I’r- it produces wlitirp, florin, legible nuinmcript. Two to ten copies
By Binger Hermann: Restoring past six months, show an increase advertising their neighborhoods.
HARNEY AOVE RTISEM ENTS.
can be inui'.i ;•! one vriiings. E'lilorx, lawyer-, mini- • rs. bankers men bants,
A. M. M< C a RT Pdftor.
8-1« >u>rni>io nf Rn.klla Ui.Ho? I
. I.ii-iiii-- m> n. eh-., mnnot make u^K-m r iuv.«tiii‘mt;(<>r »15.
to the United States, certain lands
n nat na. oe< >m ol . a I lie l.lltt
|.< r..m in u w< < I; mn l>n nine u <loo«l operinur, or u rnpidone in i month,.
•re will be t reat hing by the pMtor in each
J. NAT. HÜPSOX. granted to the Northern Pacific
W. A. VTTCHIRE,
Harney , Or.
air: s—ut 11 a i t. au i 7 : n p m.
$ 1 ,<HM» offer, d any operator who can do better work with a Typc-
Railway Company to aid in the
The deaths for the week ending
• • I 'I.
- ■' ’ll! i ; i
Writ. i th.: n that produced by the Odell. friF*Reliable Agents
* in tiinfi -
— h M'tiuy—u; 7:L0 p til.
construction of a railroad from lake Jan. 2, in New York, from the ent? Is Boat Ford completely
Jp*tta - it 1J 8 m, and 7*J0 p
wiped out of existence? Has
and Salesmen wanted. Special inducements to Dealers.
For Pamphlets, giving endorsements, Ac., address the
store the same to settlement, from grippe, was 1,202; 362 policemen Springer no wide-awake writer9
Wallula to Portland, and to pro were all down at the same time.
TYPE WRITER CO., T he R ookery , C hicago , I i . l .
LAKEVIEW AM) HARNEY. OR.
tect rights of settlers.
The Red-Shas bright writers if they
.iE, NO. 77. J. O. O. F.
This Ann practice®!« the courts of the State
0*17 ■■ s
-Sickness and death in Pendle would send in a few items each
and before the U. s. Land Office. Any land
»us Hail, everv Saturila
office or other business entrusted to them will
J. I . McKINNoN, N. •
the physicians barely able to week. Is our lively Harney corres
£^LAN1) CASES SOLICITED.
re-asseml led, Jan. Gth, and consid snatch a few hours sleep now and pondent froze up? Poverty Cen
JS t age J i n e
ered the following wants of the then.
ter is almost forgotten. So is Cat-
-------------------' o >.
-Farmersarc- the most unjustly low. Silver Creek speaks now and
People of the United States:
PRINEVILLE TO BURNS.
taxed people in the country. They’ then. Silvies valley ought to keep
IATBWORTII <k TREGASKIS.
Iowa and Nebra.-ka ask for Ret are compelled to bear the bulk of pace with other points. Upper ami
t’. B BAKER. Sub-Contractor.
tlement of boundary lines between
Arrive, nt Burn, W.‘<lnv,<t,«« at r. p m.
upi.n the people.—Ex.
advertise them. A word now ami
u ■: a >u
Arrive, at I'riiM-vllte Satarda,, nt 6 p to
their two States.
Friends of the soldiers ask for
Ji OHM ».
be read with pl< astir'-. Also, from I’ 1 : iZ
. ■ B7.r4>; Round tri?911 with flh day« delay.
>rcr® and myr- Wachmaker & Jeweler increase in the number of annv as mail- by State Executive Board
for general expenses is 5 2.5-35 Andi rson valley, where we have in-
J. \V. BOX’EBRAKE.
mills; State University tax 1-7 telligent subscrib<rs.
n ir»« i iiti
mill; military tax 1-5 mill—total
ing e.fi'.ceask for higher wages.
of 6 mills.
. •? i.» n nMÉK
points in the county, and n-aders
P. II. MURPHY.
1 ( sil i r ; »
-The Ea«t Or. gonian tells of would enjoy a < ■ nph- of paragraphs
PA ",LO< HE' - -
wor->e times along the railroad lines from “Lou's” gifted pen every week
I b L ma’erîi
r H R N S, O R E G O N
t^edd ua 1-
■ u . ati f r oi
than we cf the inland country can telling of daily life in Drewe<-y.
• y «rd ai ay hr had by the Git
Bottled, or H Qu tini Iky,
T B i