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Patent* Race! red.
to enlist the interest of ti student in I
ent, (and may be a friend to the
The following patents have been
some congenial ami absorbing
party the individual is slandering.) bill authorizes tbe President to ap I work till he feels an ever growing received at the Burna U. S. Land
will remark "is that so!” The re
WEDNESDAY. JULY.». I»M.
fascination in conducting it to a Office, and are now ready for deliv
ply will he "ye*, they say so." who shall purchase 10 square miles higher and higher perfection, giving
ery upon surrender of Receiver’s
How foolish and absurd such re
- • - Ktiltora.
1 him not only the surest earnest of final receipt:
marks are without any evidence
a hafipv and successful career, but
Frederick Cabell Hornier, Oliver
whatever, and such remarks and I 160 acre lots for settlement by the
Leadine Merchant of Harney
also the most vulnerable armor C. Miller. Joseph A. Martin. Frank
THE SCHOOL BUILDING.
! absurdities very ofter do men a
ngninst the myriads of temptations Fisher, Richard Welch, Louis Nob
Since our school meeting, of Julv ¡great injury. Would it not be bet- i pay the government five bales of 1 to flitter life away in frivolity and
ler, Frank Elliott, Andrew Jaekson
DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, HATS ...
12, we find more op|>osition to the ter. and in fact is it not our duty. I cotton per annum.
Aimlessness, and when thus cheered Stovall, Mauui 1 Antonio. C »r! Beck-
BOOTS, SHOES. GROCERIES, IlAKbi,
measure of bonding a district to1 and shouldn’t we have sufficient! There is a great joke going its
STOVES, TINWARE. CROCKERY, GL a S
and charmed by the nectar of the rr, John Silvers, Fred W. Skillings,
raise means to build a new school' ¡moral courage—when a friend i* , rounds here at present, and has not
OILS, GLASS, PUTTY, THE fsi,
John B. Shaw. David Magill. Win.
______ : vet got out of town. Senators get
house than wc supposed existed in ■ , assailed in that w ay in our presence
SULTANA RAZORS, AND “I X L” CUTLERY^
the, >t (,ff on each other over their
CIGARS—AND A THOUSAND OTHER
I—to require of the blockmai..
and vicious amusement.
Lewis Taylor, Hiram N’utt, James
TOO TEDIOUS TO MENTION.
The board of directors desire to evidence, or shut up bis month ? 1 lunches and politicians over their
This grading of schools stimu- Sullivan, Wm. IL Bailev. John
do nothing but what is right, cor These wou’d-be smart Mr. Envys, i, milk. It is in connection with the
latea energy, enthusiasm and per- Taylor, Wm. W. Wheaton. John A
rect and just to all parties con-' whose dearest object in life is to in .; recent developments of facts in rc-
spect to the audacity of the Eng- sistenee in every person, giving itn-j Carsner. Wm. B. Scott, Marian W. Full Weight Full Measure, and Extra
earned. It is not for them to say jure honorable sensible men. would
learn that slandering men. lish company in attempting to steal1 pulse to every mental power. It | Scott, Wm. A. Goan. Sason S. Run-
we shall have a new school house, *soon
Ila« always beau iny motto, and I intend to »aintain
neither is it in their power to for-! . was not a lucrative iitisiness, and the peninsula of Lower California. ■ was enthusiasm in Agassiz that’ iter, Sinter L. Kirk. Wm. Kenedy,
The plan is to get an auditor in-j clothed the commonest thing with ! Ed. Claborn, John S. Edwards,
bid the erection of a school build 1 probably it would be the means of
in the subject and then tell ¡ new life and beauty. When he was Corn Wallace H. McClain.
ing. If the taxpayers of a district mak'ng more honorable men oi
the English company had garnering the ripened fruits of his
J. B. H untington ,
vote a tax or bonds, and authori them, and protect the good name of
falso s< nt over to England 10,000 ’ laborious life, into a natural histo-
zes the board to carry the decision 1 honorable men.
: hairies* dogs from Peru. This! ry, and feeling how few and flect-
into eff< c\ and approved design of
j matter must be dwelt upon until ing were his remainin'; years, and
meeting it is their duty to respect
i Deni h of George Wiluon by Drowning.
the victims curiosity tempts him to - complete "'
his 1 last and crowning
TOILET A RTICLES, G LA88, P UTT
the ordur. If a mistake is made at
George Wilson, son of A. J. Wil-
inquire as to what difference the ■ work, he was frequently importuned
meeting giving authority to a board
1 won, living about three miles north
I to lecture before lycewms, which he
to perform certain specified duties; W ashington , D. C., July 16, 1890. matter could make with Peru.
of Burn?. was drowned, Sun-
The answer is, that they would
Senators Sherman and Chandler
then in case of a mistake or wrong,
i was “gentlemen do.you suppose I I day evening. July 20th. while bath-
the meeting should be to blame not * have buried their long standing dis
- ing in a slough near the ranch of
FIlTrctK of Kyslcniizeal School*.
son for gathering the sheaves of ed Chas. Foley.
A Large Assortment of
Some claim that our meeting, j shoulder to shoulder in the inter
We live in a wonderful age; an
held on the 12th inst., “was not est of the outrageous Fed‘ral Elec-
lawful the voting was illegal,” etc
FINE CUTLERY, NOTIONS Unu.sm.fa E
tendance, wasting time to make
The amended school law of Oregoi. ! man has forgotten that Mr. Chand- is an unprcccdent brilliancy of in-1 money, not realizing that time is sad occurrence, as we understand,
Has just been Ileoeivod,
is what the school directors of th< 1 -r, some years ago publicly accused tellcctunl effort in our public grad-1 money, and that money is worth were: He was learning to swim, got
State have fur their guide, and the him of having become rich by trad
less trash compared to the peerless
ing by Mr. Folev, who gave the
same has been carefully examined ing upon secrets which he obtained reaching, grasping and solving possession of an education.
Teachers, join in a harmonious alarm and immediately wont to his
by the board of directors of our dis knowledge of by virtue of his oflic- hitherto unknown problems. We
greatly need this classification in chorus advocating the endorsement aid. marking the place with his eye PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY ( ii*LPROOF’
trict and we cannut understand af ial position.
schools; this higher advancement of those methods that will not tol- j where tne voung man sank, hr was ;^F~ Everything guarnnttid pure and uf the very kyric« ishf A ssi
ter a careful leading and examina
crate this cramming of children
named bci U«r hu
tion of the school law, that anything ’he Federal Election bill are niov to carry us still further on in the with innumerable dead vocables, there readv to take hold of him
U> make fln«i Pr
1 pro- and calling it tho “fostering of the :
was done in that meeting contrary i ing heaven and earth to work up a great
It: er and Kecai'
uh Oregon» on Ax
to the school law. However, the
No. 449. for the
ing Dan Wilson, a brother of the
“Onward. There is no retreat,
board desiring to do nothing to ! measure. Every mail which leaves 1 limits in tbe character ot every
W. M. Hflnam
unfortunate young man who lost
cause trouble, have written the Washington is heavily burdened mind, and the adoption and prac Millions are the right desiring,
State School Superintendent on th« vith pitceus appeals to republican tice of Prof. Newell’s suggestion to
M sums, umy
God and angels are admiring.
E. K. TAYLOR,
side from him and take hold of his
subject, laying before him the pro •ditors to come out sqtinrlv in favor j grade Harney county schools, will
Bee the victory soon complete.”
other arm. he (Foley) having hold
ceedings of the meeting verbatim, ■f the bill, and a caucus of republi I net deter or dishearten, children
M ollis L ehman .
This large and commodious Hotel has been g«neruM|HH|^^
of one arm. Dan, being much ex
and the board will act in accord can Senators was held the 10th, I who are slow uf comprehension;!
vated. The Proprietor wil. spare no pains to pleiMbB
for the purpose of compelling those .-ucb pupils are oft clarified by age:
cited, misnuderstood Foley’s order, I
ance with his decision.
Crop-Weather Bulletin No. 17
opposed to fall into line.
hard rugged and dull, natures in!
and instead of taking his brother iflTG oed table service, and tables furnished with ill
Tbe department of Justice has youth acquit themselves, afterward
by the opposite arm, took Foley by
W e thought the day had passed
operating with U. S. Signal Service.
inally obtained the exact facts, in the jewels of the country.
the arm, pulling him loose from
in Harney valley and in the town
Under the contemplated plan of For the week ending Saturday, | the drowning man, whoinimediate-
-eference to that English comua-
of Burns, that individuals were al
ny which attempted to seize the educational work the originality July 5th, 1890.
Iv sank to the bottom. Folev went
lowed to fire their pistols in th.
down after him. but the drowning
i an«l fl
street promisccusly, or at the In-
he Mexican government, and cs- discouraged, or tbe indiv duall y
The fore part of the week was ex man had taken hold of the water
33URNS CIRCULATING T.IBIM
•ablish one for themselves. Attor | which distinguishes one from the tremely warm, the latter part cool grass nt the bottom of the slough,
Hour brother,, nephew, or son. I
ney General Miller sent Col. E. G. i other will not be suppressed. Old and cloudy, with local rains to-dav. and Foley was compelled to come
should so far forgt t himself as
Foster out there to discover tho ex 1 methods which aid correct mental
The temperature ranged from 90 to the surface, leaving him nt the
to commit such an act, we would
IN THE HERALD BUILDING.
act truth, He has just returned ‘ dcvelopement will be retained, to 108 degrees on June 30 and Julv bottom. A rope was then procured
say fine him. If the act bo not
MRS. GRACE, ------ I/. mba RI am .
i Those non-conduc.ve and pernici 1st, in all parts of the State, except when he again wont down, attach- <1. V « • of ope: I- c h 'l hlifll' « M in r.znnsM-ti^n wMh th«* Frrf
punished he is likely to commit with it.
on«*: i- c *h'B
ff in r,(nnar: j.xti wUh 1 he Frrt MflfldfM fo.u
101 punMUBiiig :»<»,.xg n r » l ubib Librr.rj L-r . burns
—1 he lot fwt
Local thunder j ing th" rone to the vnnng man. and i
The English company entitled ous to requirements of mental along the cost.
a similur offense again with, proba-
rr»o nrrtr t UlUTilZU- r STfOiv th win he discarded.
showers prevailed on the last two i by the help of persons on the shore THRM8: MomLerBhip Fee $L n ' oht . Rescuing Fee l ¿ o . Dep. bíí of :>c,or
wtrvtwrtj fntrtrr ».-«♦» lives,
.jriiful or H«R'k, mane wi.h ihe Librflrion, in «very ii h unte, send Vr (
¡ C*»urt tar the
This organization in our schools ■lays of June and first day of Julv. j the already drowned man was tak- j
Every one on the street, or in
£?“ I ’no I lbrariau I. .cent r, r and nil) tr.ko >nl a< rip-ici * al th. low
H í u !. and . r.'.er air-
jnldiahvn i. 1 lie I nneu aiatva vr «.an***. * k
houses, where the doors or windows every preparation to carry out such will enable teacher and puoil to ac On June 29th a very severe thunder I en out.
, UvUaa-bsUulni l'.aunr, BIT,
are open, in the direction the shot 1 plot; and nothing but its prema complish greatest amount of effect storm, accompanied with rain and
ture exposure prevented its consu- ive and desirable work without fric hail was experienced a few miles
is fired, is in danger.
"w.- mu vf”
While such is allowed, and par
tics committing the offense go
Well, it was on the evening previous !
punished, every one in the town is further attempt to seize Lower Cal some admirable and interesting
The extreme heat of the fors part to the occnrenoc T am de=irous of!
in danger going about their daih ifornia. The English Co. which trait, llow impotent were the at
had inspired the scheme is worried traction of gambling hellsand sa of the week did verv little injure to ’"Intii g. Place: Nene Trout creek |
E. B each . President,
| W m . M c F o ^T
If accidentally some innocent by the Mexican government. The loons upon Fulton when he was crops. The weather during the 1st- ■tation. Timo: 6 o'clock, p re.
E. H ughes , Vice-President,
| W. F. B iiowxtm .1
party sould get killed, what would
disolute and cannot be controvert her trial trip down the Hudson' j | ficial to the growing crops. Fall thought—one half mile. Peggy-
bo the result? The individual
losing his life would be buried, and ed. One of the most significant in- What fascination could midnight wheat i* now generally past the held the team, I fired nt the ante-
¡tri Ast of Directors and Stockholders at theuBiceoft
ifu married man a family left ii idents, in this connection, was the revels exert on Newton when the point that the weather could injure lone. and. of course, thinking the |
J. D. Shaw
distress, and that would likely be presence on the ground of Mnjoi curtain of ages of concealment was it. Spring wheat is doing remarl - distance to be ns aforesaid, raised 1
the last of it. The wife and family Scott, general manager of the com- trying to reveal to him mysteries ably well, and if ro iinfr’ne j mv sight. Effect: I saw a cone I
bereft of their natural protector, pan v. He is an officer of the “Roy never before seen by mortal man causes interfere the yield will 1 e , fall from one of the ton branches of I
and all tho planets were inviting I much greater than anticipated. in pine tree. The distance, when I
would go on through life in dis
him night after night to be part- ¡The
warm weather was beneficial naensured, was one hundred and
tress, and probably want, and th<
twentv stops—but ns I was going
NEAR HURNS, OREGON.
cause of their misery and distresi for this position as he was only r«- tiers with them ns they kept >tep to corn which i* growing well.
Co’umbia county reports hav a to toll you—Peggv and T did it—
go on through life, hapoy and con cently appointed to it, seemed to to the music of tbe sphere.
Every comuetent teacher and I fair crop, on uplands very good; in the morning after the “mishap” 11
tented, unmolested by the officer: bear a significant aspect to the au
thorities. He was an officer of the pupil urder the new system will Washington county hay is an av«r- have just related (we were out in
of the law.
British army, and as soon as the strive to compete with his associate. age crop; in Clackamas county fall tho mountains) some of us went
Keep* constantly on band a large «tot k **f
plot was ixposed, ho «eturned to A beneficial rivalry will exist in wheat will be ready to cut inside fishing, and up one of those lovely
How much the human family is England and resumed bis military every district. All who would take two weeks, the crop will be an av- canyons, with a little streamlet,
lacking in moral courage, needs on duties. He bad never resigned his tho lead in tho race and distance.
erage one or more, spring wheat and brooklet, rivulet, creeklet, “dont
ly to be mentioned to be seen and commission. He was merely oxer all competitors for the prize of pr< -; oats growing well; in Yamhill. cher know.” rippling delightfully
pwfectly unde stood.
We lack here on a leave of absence. The eminence, must write on their ^ban Polk, Marian, Benton and Lane along its course, meandering round
moral courage in different ways, Company has placed itself in an ner: “This one thing I do." Even
wheat outlook is very promising, roots and rocks, running oversmn'l
and one ths most condemning ia to awkward predicament by its trea the Mississippi and Columbia riv spring wheat will make more than pebles and stones, making that pe
All kind« uf surface lumber thoroughly BCARoned for building •
sit and listen to vile slander and sonable practices, and is liaolo to ers, though mighty enough when was expected, corn, oats, hops and culiar mollifying noise, that mnk> s
backbiting. Ninetcnths of tho hu have its property confiscated by the confined in a single channel of mod- ’ day will average well. Codlin one feel that existence—but I fo--
man family will sit quietly by and Mexican government.
elate breadth, to give easy passage i meth doing some damage, fall grain get I was going to say "Peggy and
hear their best friend slandered
Senor Romero, the Mexican min Ito the Great Eastern, yet when! 1 will soon be ready to cut, heads are I"—you know tbe brook on each
and lied about, without opening ister here, has engaged the best I their volume is distributed in var-l I well filled. In Douglas county
A Good road a]] the wav
their mouths, to defend him, know counsel both Mexican and Ameri ious channels and sloughs, thev . , good crops are now assured. Jose ride was lined with tall stately pine, >
tamarisk, fir and auakingasp. and I
ing at tho 1 a ne time that thero is can to investigate the case. They ¡can float .nothing larger than a phine and Jackson counties will
everything in nature so lovely that
not a word of truth in what th' have visited the department of Jus Indian canoe; no human power of
have fair cereal crop*. Fruit crop causes one to feel exceedingly '
would be slanderer arid liar is say tice, and examined all the evidence great volume, when scattered into'
will be large, except peaches, lem “muchl v” like spending tberennain-
ing Such baso men who are al obtained by Cob Foster, and the varioualir.es of activity, attains'
ons promise to be plentiful, berries . der of his time while on earth in’
ways ready to speak evil, ns long department is awaiting Mexico’s ac [ pre-eminence in anv thing.
are in al.nndcnce. Clatsop Tilla those solitudes—there I am forget-'
W m . W oods , M anager .
as willing ears are open and ready tion. and expect it to take tho ini-
If the work in a school be syg-l mook, Coos and curry counties will ! ting again—we killed an antelop • |
to listen, will roll from their tonguer hati.e,
1 ARGES TSTABLE AND EARN IN THE IIARN5V
temized, it will have a remarkable have very good crops, fully up to I *T.Wv and I,” •\vcs we did it.”
and lips vile slanders which will
Tho consideration of the two ; effect in producing a well balanced the average.
willingly bo taken up by some shipping bills was resumed in the Jnind, which contains the spirit of
Hay is quite generally reported j
Firntv Feed. Water, an d Competent Srrri**
Tho Stiver Bill
other party ami carried on from lip Senate. Mr. Racgan said that sub investigation. And how much
TtU Si able, v j:h a fu'j Liven n- < • rrrr< .-'a'b n, M><>pen 1«» flH.
to be short in western Oregon and
C arefully grvt.iucd, i«a «nd vaierfld-
to lip, gaining credence nt every sidies would build up the mercan .stronger safeguard must complete
The Secretary of the Treasury'
reported to be an average crop in
(HaMea ababohable .
turn, until, a» a ryle, an innocent > tile marine, and he heartily agreed; 1 absorption in commendable liters-
mau suffers all that a vile and ma but the tariff would prev»nt coin- I ture prove against all low and dis- j
has indications of a better wheat worth of Silver bullion. There shall
licious tongue can heap npon him. I mere«. That the United States had sipating pleasure. When voung
Btirns-Canyon Stage Lin®.
crop than fur years, the same for be a co-responding amount of treas
before he is able to tra«*e the slan revenue system that approached Wsttwaa absorbed and fascinated
1 J cwitt , raoraiEToR.
Sherman and i ury notes iasued. these to be a legal
tSAvra Burra cb Mo»4*v*. w*d»e*d»' I. *nS FHA*«*. ** *»
der to the starting point and prove prohibition to imports and it was | in his work, perfecting the »team
Gilliam counties report average tender for all debts, these notes re-;
rriaerllle. and I alortnw at*»**. •*
liis innocence; and so the result is merely a waste of money to grant engine, what power had young crops.
Ilona for panaantera.
Io Umatilla and Union. deemable in coin on demand.
always hurtful to hia character, rep 'subsidies to companies of co-n- 1 companion« to tempt him to waste ' counties report» indicate a yield of
utation, and business. How often ! merce. Mr. Fry of course .support days and nights, in idleness, csrds
from 30 to 50 bushels
A telegram has been received bv i
*ve bear tho remark, “they say he i ed tbe bill.
end drink, and a legion of other Wallowa, Baker, Crook, Grant and
the Secretary of the Interior an-’
did so and so, and if it bo true he
Representative Cogswell ha» in pitent.* of Satan that are “red with interior counties bid fair to make
nouncing the fact that the Indians
should not be trusted with sn off troduced a bill appropriating il,- the blood of murdered time.’’
average or more than average yielJs in the Indian Nation have signed
ice or any f ashion of honor,” or, 000,000, to ettablisb industrial
Another excellent advantage de The present outlook is most encour
the agreement with the Cherokee I CHINESE AND .T^PANESEG-’
"they say !>• accepted a present, or training schools fi*r negroes and to rived in the grading of schools, is
aging for a fine harvest throughout. nation deeding to the government'
Fite, Taacifal. and Varíe ff.
ho is paid by certain parties to work provide land for them to be held the desire in the children to im-,
G|\* h‘»Btrrr « cali v. hen in bj *n. and txam’ne th« prfltfy flrrflT «’
B. S. P agls ,
far Cash O’.e 4«»? a ntb *,.*
in their behalf.” Some one pres under leases, with th«1 privilege «>f prove their higher moral destiny, I
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