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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1890)
spoke for. and Senator Spooner
against the Blair Lili this week.
A naval court uf inquiry will in
vestigate the alleged cruelty of Capt.
Mealla. of ’Le U. S. S. Enterprise,
to his men.
The bill transferring the weath-
er bureau to the War departuient
has been favorably rejiortcd to the
Secretary Win«’ lu » silver biil is
having a hard time in the hands
of the House committee on coinage.
An exchange says: A good editor
indites the following creed: "Who
weeps with you when sad, and
laughs with you when you are glad,
and smiles with you when you arc
mad? The editor. Mho has to
be loth kind and wise, and never
(hardly ever) lies, und when lie
does creates surprise? The editor.
Who owns a heart as well as cheek,
possessed of spirit proud yet meek,
and lives on forty cents a week?
Tie- In ms in replying to an ed
itorial that ape r- 1 in T he H er
Secretary Reagan uttered a sound
ald . und- r head of "A Timely truth, and one that is worthy of
most careful consideration
- Editor». Warning,” admits said article to lie the
« has . w in r:i>. i
“temperate and logical," but ven wiien in opening a ‘bill to increase
tures the assertion it will not be the pension of a general’s widow
JTOlt I.-OCSTT-SE-IT >7 HARNEY COfXTY
"heeded bv those who have suffered to $100 a month., lie said: "Instead
.«<> severely bv the injustice, heaped of this Government being cne of the
upon them by the persons endeav people for the people and by the peo
Leading Merchant of Harn
’»urn M’rati • (\»un- oring to engineer"—we
presume ple, it is rapidly becoming a Gov
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Ij • fitti
the Items has reference to our pre ernment of the classes for the class
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, RAT«
<’«.mmiRtt met a’ ' L-
urt hovre in Harm *. sent county officers—"political mat es and by the classes."
This is a
k'n< h 1, lx*
SHOES, GROCERIES t
true bill, there is entirely too much
J. C. Garrett, chain::*», presiding.
STOVES, TINWARE, CROCKERY c,
Apportionment of Ixxt-xait» ma-k* vp. n lie
Weare nt a loss to understand I class legislation in this country, ratenls GrautcU n> < <««> Inventor«.
!•«» t uf the iHmorratic w.e < m » c ¡-rJ. M.
PAINTS. OILS, GLASS. PUTTY THF o.
««earin for tuetnher « f Cor.ffrtM a! lae: t.et.i
of wiiat •injustice.” or "suffering.” I and it is on the increase all the time, Durins Ute past week rei-orti-il L-r Tai tions of Thomas A. Janvier’s ro SULTANA RAZORS, AND "I X L" CTTlA-
II ckili - bv < A. M---IV anil ' *'., Patent
Eiectior,, each Freei« rt i-eiDr axfowvj ci c .«■>•
» ate for t ■« < t .« fit ■-i; >»».♦• au-t fra* ’i.«n «■. :<• 'politically or otherwise, our pre
and it remains for people to stop it. Lawyer- atm s -.i< i or-. Opposite I . S. 1 at- mance "The Aztec Treasurehouse,'
CIGARS—AND A THOUSAND OTltiiU
vreeincta ait - • f.-i -i:w. *>t»e uelesau-
n | : vetri’Miivii:
sent oflic r= have Leen guilty. *\Ve Now they have the power, but if the ent Offtr-t*. W»-i:inpton. D. <*.
now running in Harper’s Weekly,
TOO TEDIOUS TO MENTION ‘
No. IX'.r£*Uf f-el ass-tel t is i.ot possible f< r
C. W. Ahlen. Stockton. Cal., Car bear frequent evidence of the care-1
interference is delayed too long the
« the Items, or any other paper, to classes will be stronger than the F. W. Bcardslec. Berkeley. (. al., ful study which th" artist has given Í
su! stantiate the fact that our coun people.
to Aztec antiquities and the differ-
Pine « reek.
ty officials have been guilty of
Beck San Francisco, Cal., ent phases of modern Mexican lite.
Again there are whispers to
charges mention ■ I. We p »sitivelv effect that th«- Republicans win re Fruit-drier.
He iias a large collection of the nec
J. Behm. San Jose, Cal., Centri essary "local color" in hi.« Mott.
do not know of any injustice or port no tariff bill this session be
wrong committed upon any indi cause at the end of the session, the fugal pulverizer.
T. S. Churchman, Sacramento Haven home, which is a veritable
vidual. corporation, or sect. In Treasury surplus it is expect- d^.11
museum of curiosities. No man, it .
On notion it ata orce-cd that the Pri^ar I’ » p -int of l.v-t we are fully satisfied have liven turne«! into a deficiency.
is said, has a more valuable collec
le held at the uaual jui«r of vutic.g is. eat L
i re< met ifi
that the records of the county court The rumor may possibly lie tri^. Polishing ¡Kiwder.
tion of the arms and dress of the I
urns osculating l
J W. I airfield. Pacific Beach, Mexican Indians than he.
DAY OT MARCH. >.•».
.of llamey county, if examined , aU-ut no bill being reported, but If
On mo'.ion it vaa ordered that the i css- rxat L-arefylly. will prove clearly ,to any s . it is solelv because tl*e Repub Cal iTjJjfai • r canes.
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h- County Contention Lt held m t ,t
E w _______
l.'ouae a' Harner. t*n
unbiased mind that for justice, tin- lican protectionists have not Leen Circulator._____________________ I An exchange
I n the herald hi h . oing
„ „ gives news that
8ATCRDAY. »re DAY OF MARCH. 1
¡biased rulings, and square dealing aid- to throttle the demand for tar
The foUon-ir.R Ecaolutk.:* a ere then
or: th ■ ¡»art of the county offi< lais iff ii form among their Republican «71 Sulky
Object of opening thia buaineaa in coniirclion with the Free Readin
aed and adopicc
Not hern Pacific to secure control Futn a for purchaaing Iwioka for a Public Library for Burns— fhe
Rt*oLVEi». That ae the r»cmo<-rane <« u? * . there are none in the State of Ore colleagues.
The cry for free raw
TERM*: Membership Fee $12 a ' war. Ilea Im? Foe 10c. Dcp-alt of’-
t'cntraH umsniuee«’/ i
< «■cr.tv. urt >.- ■
A W. Schmidt. San Francisco of the Baltimore and Onio, making, odit
ul or Book, made with the Librarian, in every ii.atance. SeudfurCga
■re opp-aeS t«» a P.«krt < .cit.-i.i .. . v;
gon that will excel them.
material is becoming a loud one. Shell.
\ s «•.-n . f < . :nc rar-1;
> 1 hi
with Wisconsin Central, a through
rS^Thc l ibrarian is agent f- r and w ill take Sul a<-riptiorF at the i
' epu<uant ti» 'Dt pri: • :j l<a uf In ,•< n.
Th-ir editorial—or Lis as the particularly from the Eastern man J. Schroeder, San Francisco, ¡¡ne fr0|H ocean to ocean.
idh al, and order any Book, publiahe«! in the United bi&.ea or ( arus "
uot in the inter»-*: « f the mate* a it.a! «•: •? or :.-
Pit lures. V. orkb of Art, llouse-Bulidiiig Deai^tifi, Etc.
men can cuatmi a > untention a ¡a die’s r uh. < a«e may l<—makes the statemi nt
ufacturers, within a week Senator Gaiter-loot.
»hall, c : ah.• si.all not • 1 he 1
<'orientjar Thai it :a the siu»y <»f eiery 1 h - s --
that no candidate who has ever Hale, who has leenas pronounced
Washington real estate agents
J. Tomlinson, Sr., Folsom, Cal .
•-rat elected a dr legate, tu arteud tic ivEtcn
Tk»L in jx-rsoE.
“winked at any land frauds,"; a protect! r.ist as Mr. Blaine, pre Wrench.
are working in California on the
J. R. Trego. San Francioco, Bursted Boom neighborhoods, and
R es * lvrd . Thai v. e reeommend ’he R.i'iou in- .should have any show.
We do not sent d a long petition from New
rale for ad«*ptfe*i: q the lien«-« r*;i<- <
Pl ¡on-graphic shutter.
«'onventiun T*«a: ru uelesate !<• alfouei r » understand that any of our county
are inducing about 400immigrants
Ergi.r.d manufacturers asking that
art a> a pr»»xt f r u ..r»- than
.-!hero.-I va ’S'•
Drawing* and specifications of
M* u«.4 a delegate. Le ai*>« rd to art off er« has, cr ever Lad anything to
raw materials used by them be ad any fthese pat nts will h - nt foi per month, to come to the new State
a proxy for
than or« swh<'r
It»«’ i. peraun i-<>t a Ce.ega;e. he a-, -v- u. do w ith the land frauds perpetrat-
mitted free of dutv.
wl«»« proxy for inure than one delcxa'.*.
the G>. ■ mment price. 25 cents, in and settle.
cTT.eh a»<i .
uP°n 'lle people, for which we
The first year of the Harrison ad
By the Hood in Shasta and Siski
“ 'cry preeinct within this • « anty i«« arsed to
E. H taiiEs, Vice-President,
< i»r.r ci.' :..t»s i 'l.t.r rt- are now suffering (all of us. coun ministration lias closed, and one and address C. A. Snow A Co.
you counties. California, the loss it is
•-pt-t t:-»u j-je* .! < * er.d rat r repne. ills.'; t t»ii
’he • ••tjf.i « < <rut’! .
naturally looks around to si— what
claimed will roach over .half mil
We have just t-een admiring one
in» tisai will rellvci credit <»n the ton <ei:Uur., hinders in
lions dollars. Bridges and ferries
the Party, and t. t- •
fiyList of Directors and Stockholders at theoffio
country, are an impedimentZto im- pell ¡1 to answer: nothing worthy of th • handsc.mc.-t oil pictures of
J. C. SARTITTT. ChL.rmar.
nearly all are washed away, and
T F JAMK*.
gration. and a heavy drawback t ■ of even a single line in the history "Jacque" Ruses we have ever seen,
1 YTLE H’’ft ARI».
J. D. Sb
R. J. M KiN.\ S.
cultivation. We do not make the , of th? country. The year has l-een and had it been in an art-store we the injury to the ranches along the
t'M M ills *.
eAM L R oa U.
-■mmhU’emen. assertion that we believe, l ut we devoted mostly to removing Deir.o-
Harney, on.. Mer'h J. I«*»’’.
l ohlly dcclar? v. e can establish the Jcmts from office and settling dis price would be ask -d for it. But
fact tnat the Republican party ir putes among Republicans as to i ; imagine a work of art of such in
T he Republicans in Congress responsible for this expense, this “in which of them should be fed at the trinsic value being obtained for
—Rev. McCart, M. E. minister,
nothing' for that is practically the
PAUL LOCllER - -
_____ Hf u.lay. 1
have seated Featherstone, a Repub justice." and this “suffering” first, public crib.
lient-1 el'-<-<l a series < f meetings in this
lican. instead of Cate, a Democrat. last and at the present time. Our
The Senators are some of them ; case, as it is a supplement to 1 ... . nifi O sa ’•ilinrln xr tiwrlit
O R E GON
‘ ate was elected from the first con readers are well aware of the fact talking of boycotting th m wspajier
—We think we do not exaggerate
gressional district of Arkansas by in the cases of the Road Laud grant. men because they refuse to till bow Th - w. derful mil ¡¡cation has on
k**' Lv ,o have l-een decidi-d I they find out what is done in the its East- r garb, ano it certainly is in saying that up to this time the
1200 majority, at
by Judge Sawyer in favor of the alleged secret sessions. The Senate an attr; live on:-. Each succeed- loss of cattle would lie at 1 ast 20
erslone was lieaten that much
- grow better Fer cent, that of of horsese -'ll), and
Road Company, that Grover Cleve will do well to co very slow in this i:.g number ap[-
and better, until we ar- forced to sheev
shecy would be 35 on 40 per cent.
matter because there is a possit ility
T iie investigation made by the
— Peter Thompson and family
that the newspapers of the country
SAYER X' DORI
Senate to ascertain liow newspaper
men g it hold of what was done in tial chair, urged the immediate for might retaliate by boycotting the prove its present 1: h standard of were in town a part of this week.
He reports lots of water on the Is
secret sessions, it is said was started feiture of those lands, and that the -Senate, and if they did tlie temper excellent?. The fact of the matter land.
Keeps constantly on hand a large sto- k of
ature would l-e pretty low in the
by Senator Dolph. who introduced
ami that is
—(■ Met• nran, bas dis; ■ ■!
the matter and was made chairman. panies could gain, and the settlers north end of the Capitol building. and Lorn-’ ?Iagaz.:
The investigation created a great would lose those hinds, was made The newspapers can exist witheut Demorest's. -The illustrations are of about two hundred and fifty dol
lars w >rth of farming machinery
deal of amusement, and amounted by the Republican Senator J. N. the Senate, Lut it is by no means' works of art. and some of the arti this week.
certain that the Senate can exist '1
ing the President’s House bill without the newspapers.
chid." "The Manhattan Working-
—D. 11. ■ mith. John Sweitzer. A.
which was in favorof the settler and
Girls Society." "The Easter Lily,” Bollenbaugii and L. Seward, of
AU kinds of snrfac c lumber then uzhly sessoned for Luliilina I
F ob n ant of space wc cannot, this his rights.
Happy and Diamond valleys, are'
bunkum proclamation warning al! "The Forbidden Plae-’.” or “The stili
week as we expected, express our
The Itims adds "we firmlv be
Haram Esch-Seherif in Jerusali m,”
opinion with regard to the little lieve that many Democrats—in fact persons against ill- gaily tuking fur
"In the Grasp of the Grip." "East
—5 ¡::: H ebai . d office w .rho-.o-cd
circular going the rounds, printed all that deal honestly with them bearing animals in Behling sea. er Eggs." "Easter Novelties,”
¡or a short time v.ith the presence
by the ¡I’arnev ¡Press, which, ac selves—will act in like manner,''
"Kindergarten Work and Play for oi Miss* ■ Ida G-- r. Linda (farcy
cording to its view of the matter, that is vote t he Republican ticket hi-entered office and the Canadian th-- Home. it... I - «: le- numerous and Laura Stanclift.
N. I». A Goo‘l ’•r»níl all th.* wav.
considers that Burns’ business men, It makes us feel like using a some- vessels seized under it. and turned other nrticles and stories, including
—V, e sec in our exchanges, that
by offering induceim nts for the lo what similar expression: we firm- loose with prize crews of one man "A Woman's K tcben-(iarden,”"Our
Cooking Clas-. "Pr --rving Gar Secretary Tracy’s r.-.iings confirms
Burns-Canyon Stage Line,
cation of the county-seat in our ly believe n fact we are satisfied. each, made the United States the ments from Muths,” "The Art of the decision of his Democratic pre
I. J ewitt , P roprietor .
own, are holding out bri’ es to gain that all DemocrcAs of Harney coun
Letter-Writing." "Madge Bonfield’s decessor in regard to what consti
I erv-> Porr« .-.n Monda- n.
,da, t. and Frl<’»: i.
Easter Ghost.’ ete..etc. Published tutes Swamp Land.
-2^ -»mie is V i'k the oi.lari». I'rihcvC
unit I skevien-slag* r. al Here
ty will vote the Democratic ticket, this year
tío» 8 for ramengt-rs.
bv W. Jennings Demorest, 15 East
notwithstanding all the lai on-d
—There arc quite a numl er of
It Las been suggested by a prom 14th St., New Y rk. Everv i.e’.v«-
"W hy is it that Burn- is always- efforts of tl.e Items to the contrary. inent Democrat that instead of con dealer ought to keep this valuable persons in town this week the great
publication, anil we suppose thc-v er r.umi-er of them, we presume to
in the lead'.’’’ we were aske I a few
suming four days time in unseat do. It shows the magic
be on land business, among those
days ago. A question very easily
T he decision which was given; ing a Democrat, as was done by the 20 cents, and the great power of we notice on the street are John
P hci - rieti R M rs . I.OUIS RACINE.
answered, for the simple reason, by Judge Sawyer, h corporation House this week in the case of Mr. that amali : -aoun: can be distance Devine. II. Mason, Marion Bun
appointed h tt .-l i« op a to acc mini'
that the business men of Burns judee of the U. S Circuit Court. Late, pf Arkansas, that the majori go.
yard, Charley Jones, and others
rooms, table, and service the tow>
that are Strang rs-to U3.
always come to the ¿front in any District of Oregon, in the cases of ty should got «Speaker Reed to
undertaking that concern« b- r in the land claims of the Dalles Mili make a ruling- comp Ring the
The monument in Richmond. I
terest: because Burns' business tary Road Co. is another instance Home to vote as so. n as the report \ irginia. erected to the memory of I>«-lcTXS<-.rri»m Fro. lncls Hcanl fniir.
Attaeiieil.w.ierc i- Ke;--, all S-or.s of Liquors.
men are men of energy, enterprise of R< pul lican ruling in favor of coi- of the ci-mn.like on el» ctiors is General Robert E. Lee, will le un
T:.e Democratic primaris of
and ability; Imause the eiliztn porations regardless of the feelings received. The result would be tie veiled May 2f»tl>. It stands sixty-
living in the town, and tie s. tilers and rights - t the working class «ante and it would save l it« of lime. one feet and two inches above the Burns precinct < it et--<l tor delegates
to the County Convention. the
in tiie country around Burns are Tiw I ill, wc remember, that was
The memurs of the Three Amer- ground. The statue represents Gen lowing named parti s:
men made of the same material, Ag:-.. ¡1 I v Grover Cleveland, was tv icas Congress r.re to make.a tour eral Let having r.ined in his horse
W C. I’-vrd.
living, active and , r re.-five.
F B. Reed,
forfeit these lands outright, hut of tin principal cities . f t
.— -¡th and in the act of overlooking a Bat
M m . W oods , M anager .
Th< - Reed.
Senator Dolph (Republican) leli.v- as soon cs Congre«« adjourns, wkicli tle-field r.nd receiving the greeting
LARGEST STABLE AND EARN IN- THE HARNEY
T he tax levy for State pur; -es ing his pet raving corp.-rations j it is thought will I c al out April 1 • if Ms troop- The figure of the
V»'. E Smith,
this year is the high «t ever in ;
■! would los« their land« given th-tn 1 The public, after coming to the General is er. et und l-ar*.headed,
J. T Sillman,
upon the people of t! '» S-.ate. and by a R- pv.ll <;.n r.dn ir.'stiativn. c inclusion that the charges h.-id the he id being slightly to the left
k M. Caldwell.
Plent/Feed, Water, an -1 C<.nn<tii.t
T. A. Mekinnon.
this is in the face of the fact that introlurcd another bill providing I m - ch sustained, s<
The bridal h.wid is Wi ll up on the
.-unit er o: votes east. 12h.
larnufj;.' grv« mcc, ftd ahd waicied.
our publie buildings are nearly for the : gilts of "innocent purcluis.1 ten st in the pr»c
t.iigh holding 1. « hat. The monu
complete»! and little of the money err." striving to make the im- vesligation of
ment stands on a site just at the
Bent J. r,r«,
gota for ttiat pur¡Kise. Under Dcm- pression. as we understood it. at Commission.
western end i-f 'the city.
TLns. I*, .«tor.
ocratic rules, in thia State, th - pub the time, that it was the ctual set- ' ne«s that .---tile
The Arlingt 1'”. Times giires the
lic buildings were erected with a tiers on the lands that he !» sired
D. IL Rates ,o
.''uni i Roach,
■ l,n- following sensi
tax of three mills, on s val mti. :■ ... shouhi It proUcted in their rights, tendent of tl.e
O V. Motley.
O. T.leg’aph mar ¡«'ssilly r
less than $7t|.t><M>.(l()0, and now •••. thereby very nicelv leaving a h-c p- Company and
\\. B. Buchanm an.
OH'^ESE. AND JAPANESE
I j W i -• v th« Arli'ig
have a fivr-iuiU tax on a valnati n hole by which the actual settler the Kni fits of I_ or. irede argt- ethers: With 41
■ oat Fi'RD.
of over $lt«».<l00,000. Thi- - l'm l«v*t Iris home .-.nd the innocent menu this we- k l>cl< r. 11» II- use
third purcbasei cor|orations, ¡-er- conimittce on p-TSt-off.ces in favor
work of the legislature, whi h «
SADDLE B! TTE.
Republican, and ! ’re r • k'u ■> th. h fccted their title
J. P. Dickenson.
of Watmmakcr'a j-ortal tt 1 g-spb the town
M I 1’11.1, V
its pmiecessors Had it r : l««en
s : lv er ckeee .
Faiiit g in this, it trit!«*. *xr.er or
for a IVm< «rati
Oc’.ta Blade Tie cou mittes
Son: surprise was ecu— J ar-.ore later.
pie Wou'.il have been robb* >I • ven appointed by t ic Ib>a t,l of Trade tv I l n.ocrat« when Ex-Goren or War-
K - : W iihams.
cotoe li pejearir isruired ill debt.
worst«; sho-dd Oreron unfjr nate- -solicit sulscriptions far stock of the n t • s confirmed by th--
A< tlbe Times <Lx» te :
Jy fall into their hinds next June, ■Giroux Amalgamating Co. Lave ate as Collector of the- jort <-f N n
there will l>e no end to burdens np- succeeded in se*- .ring subscriptions Orleans ly llemocratic votes. If enovg h patr .riap in m ti.c I***' j 4c
TOILET A R T I c p <s, q ; ASS, I* l' T T Y
of AS leg’«« to p*y ru: ■ *r expetk-
<>n »»ur tax payers. Governor Pm- for 5J,(
.*\ar r . Now, then, the the Democrats had voted scb<l!v ce?, it
Las ewiefod»'! to
noyer was almost powerless to s’av,( ■<-ux Amalgamating Company against him .¡is nomination would
" E GRACE, P ri . c -. ikti . r ,
pubh< -atioa. The T*m--» Ufa* ftlv
the ravages of tbs last legislature, w,ll submit their prop>witioa and have le-en rejected.
kick < •>»>.«ag—du« not •»
ami shm.Id tiie Republican ' mes then the awbeeribera far the stock
Ex-C-ngressman Taull.ec. who
iu'1 M dtar.
5 '.ar.-- \ ■ rtn nt of
succeed in securing the election of will de. ide whether or no the prop was shot at the Capitol by C-irres- but tak«x its msdiffaw
one of their own kind, tbe State osition is agreeable, if everything pondent K ìiwom I, is in a CMl.-c«l
will be the p*cy of as corrupt a set nrwve* sa'irfactorv Raker City condition and his death is hourly thing« that «ret? Tn
Has just t>een Received.
hare g.veait their «upj-<
of political parasites as ever gnawed will doubtless make rapid strides expected.
PH5 Sit IANS' pREst RIPTIONS CAREFULLY Ctdii*”
its thanks. To 111 it I.
* m public lounties
Virginia. •_ £x
Everything guaranteed pure and of the very bed®
THCRHDAV. MARCH LT. I«"
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