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Beutty'u Tour oft ho World.
—Squire Loggan, Robt. Drink
—Mrs. Lizzie Johnson’s baby is
water, Tho». Bain, Assessor AlL< r-
J. £>U h KHL î M£R &, CO.,
Ex-Mayor Daniel F Beatty, of
X aon und Mr Davis, ot Harney, wera Beall
HAS LAUGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY
—Ed. Stauffer sold to Grimes dr
()—<¡ dealers in )>—()
linos, Washington, New Jersey, has ;
NEWSl'AFEK IN THIS COlNTY.
Reynolds,'last week, lliW head of in Burna last Monday.
returned home from an extended
—To cash subscribers sending tour of the world. Read hi« nd-j
^/Nis two subacriptioiiB the money in vertisement in this paper and send ‘ BURNS,
Official County Fapsr.
—Blackwell ,t Gilmore
from our county to the railroad, every case to accompany the order,
Carry the Largest Stock in Eastern Oregon. All orders have onr prompt atteutiou.
600 head of Loef cattle, last week. we will send them T he H erald for
one year at the regular price, and
—Subscriptions for all newspa
25 good novels.
On the afternoon of July 12, on the
pers and periodicals taken at the
road leading from Borns to the Fry
postoffice at publishers rates. o
a lady’s red plush portemon-
xjjown thrives, every one says, that
WEDNESDAY. SEFTKMFER 11.1MC.
—The machinery for our grist town must advertise if you notice a miio, containing a gold watch and
some other small articles.
mill will be here in ten days and
MRS. LOUIS R ACINE, - - - _
—John Rnbinpon moved into the mill in running order in six business man with hanging head,
The party finding the above men
“P roprietress ,
looking as if he was almost dead, tioned portemounaie. and leaving it
town last Monday.
B urns , O regon .
go to the gentleman and softly ad at T he H erai .I) office in Burns,
—Mr. Ragon mo,ed into town
A large and commodious Hotel, everything neat and comfortable.
—P. F. Stenger is putting an vise, call on your paper and adver will be- liberally rewarded.
Tables furnished with all market affords. Sure to suit the
addition to his new blacksmith tise. Then if the “Blucy”will take
public. When in Burns, do not fail to give the Hotel a trial.
—Mrs. Jas. Bunvard. who has
the hint, in the next issue he will
House and Lot for Sale.
woodwork part of the business.
see his business m print, he will
iee:i very sick, is improving.
A good house and lot, situated
gWGOOD TABLE SERVICE.
fuel for the
—Chas. Eyton and Thos. Manly hold up his head and look very in 1 the town of Burns, can be pur-
—E. 1). Baker, of Silver creek,
.... J cheap,
was in cur town one day last week. is advertised in Long Creek Eagle wise, because—why—“you know” chased
, y CKrlr.
1 xali willbs rerelverf*
—W II. Moffitt, of Drewsey. was
•r Sih isw). st 1 o'el 'ik p
night, Sept. 20.
and place they will l>e . p< n<- <
Fortland Boot and Shoe Store
in totin several days this week.
room. Lot 50x160 feet. Warran
r- tt .((« * ur
u I I tt, four feet Lzug, m LI ■
! b» i e
—The death of Miss Susie, daugh
tee deed will he given. Apply at
Herat Burn«u<Harm ut inc <»1»
LUN A BURG à FRY, P roprietors , B urns , O regon .
• September 22, 1893. H erald oilice.
ter of H. Dixon, near Burns, on
uurf.and Qn or
t h«-ti 18! <my
the residence of I’. L. Grace.
•. irfvo. »aid bid to be
We-dtslav, is reported.—Ilarney
Everything is on the move in our'
id Bufflciect bundfcln tr.c mit-. <>f
.„a Shoe., of the very bMt quality, juat rwei.M
bi t I il.illar», with two^or • •
—The Items’ office and photo Press.
i*erforn»»ucQof ^ ti l ■ <•!■•'act.
n»arvtp lhe right
graph gallery, are about completed. Dixon is aiive and well.
Of all persons still indebted to
Messrs. Allen and George have
undersigned on E ast O meuon H er
Cheapest Place in Town for Cash.
-upu»»U t*> furuifh i
—Dr II. M. Horton, our promi
commenced work on the new school
Ion. County Cuurti
— Persons desiring to publish lious-, which, when completed, will ald accounts, viz: subscriptions
A ' bo . Custom work and Repairing neatly done.
located in Burns, all wishing work I their final proof notices in T he be one among the best in the coun subsequent to Nov. 28 1889, adver
done in Lis line of busineM. will do
ty. The dimensions of the build
March 1, 1890, is called to the fact
>r proposals Io <Oro L'~ Count;. well bv giving him a call. Office statements with tho editor, who will ing are 20x36.
The bouse is to be i
payment must be made before
atteneil to the necessary details at finished ready for school by Octo
Court, Burns, Oregon. Mix is: lb, at his residence.
18th day of September, 1890, to
tsals will bs rocelv-
—H erald is only t2.50 a year;
save further cost of collection.
;r Mb, ISSu, at l'v’t " I p tn. ut
—Mrs. Nellie Grace’s job press.' Julius and Fred Ritterbusch re
vert .Jutul piaee they will be . |,eiu •! I . now is the time to subscribe to a
1). L. G race ,
•' ■lull... lor ills nateiruc.' H .
'"’I. live local newspaper.
SVITI! A RICHARDSON *>
— P ropribtoe «.
at Harney, is said to be a model of turned from the railroad. S<pt. 21, Burns Oregon Aug. 21, 1890.
ihlitg. washing. Meo
ue. preparing tor anU nurini < t
slint ' < lt»rx< » of ilar.ie,. ■ .
having made the trip in 12 days.
>na yenr from the da'.
i eoniraet will be let.lv ti-.e l . w . m was in Burns Monday and Tues full line of wedding and furneral
.ter, said blds may I |r fit tn
The Red-8 is blessed with a first
e Court reserving file right lo f
I all bl..a.
d iss physician. A gradmite of a
Shop supplied with all Mears market, uttoru». «,^*Shop opposite Poetot&e«.
W ashington , D. ('.
gw.. eoinahtlng proper-. ■
•Pro|)„s.i s Ur t-are
—Received at the Hardware ( —W. J. Johnson, working at the medical college, He is a native of I Reed has determind upon the
Store of Cal. Geer, a supply of doors saw mill of John Sayer, has- been Ohio. I have not yet learned his I presence of a quorum of his own
.1 Hou. County Court
'.t- > t.
under the care of Drs. Ashford & name.
party in the House from this time
—Thomas Potter, Wm. Bennett Boyd, for several days, but is now . 8. Shoffer is hauling the lumber to the end of the session to do his
and Mr. Howser, of Harney, were improving.
EOF. LIQUOR LICENSE:
for the seats and desks of our bidding. First of all, he says, it is
necess iry that all election contests
. Count? Court, of the State of Oie
¡nd iihf0”’for' Harne*‘
should be decided before the final
—Items of interest from the can be seen at any lime behind the
ndernlgned, .vcMta. j>etif ¡oners, would
Mr Rol l. Ivors will start to the adjournment, which means, of course
irtheriioi represent that wtfire ''arh a"'! 1111 country will be thankfully received bar at Henry Long’s Saloon.
Mi<l lexal votereuf prewK-’. pre«ii.<t.
railroad in a few days for a load of' that Republicans, black and white,
zv ’ h ugly that he cannot help,” I lit
W® USk ,h:lt 11 «i‘
1 e at the H ERALD oliice.
C. C-. McCoy, General Manager,
'E. McKinney, To eel I nn.ii.ittp.-8-.
will ie put in place of Democrats
when it comes to mixing drinks, goods, for N. Brown.
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—We see in the Ilarney Press
htiti one gallon iu nai<i ] .»reiinct fur
Stages leave Burns. Oregon, daily for Harney, Drewsey, Beulah,
Where is McKinnon's thresher? from the South. It ought be added
vou will find him an expert, and
and j er the 'J •Sih
bndrter- IbVO. Dated ’ this ->ul day Of tha' commissioner, Lytle Howard,
Westfall and Vale, where
fur politeness and social qualities We have been expecting his thresh incidc ltaliy. th .t if there is one
of I’.lie creek, expects to move to he has few equals.
W S. Marsden,
Close Connection is Made
Harney in a short tin e.
Wm W \ Ide.
William Howard is again in our to the Speaker’s heart it is turning with the railroad. Good flesh horses, carefui driver«, new vehicle«, and
John H. Howard,
—J. Nat. Hudson shot a prairie
J.eeph ll.de h.
irith ill J9
—When you want a nice easy chicken, a few days ago, feeding midst. 1 il’ is a solid one “you net.” .i white man from the South out of
(JharltB Joi < s.
H. E. Thompson,
; He would like to know the ivlu-rea- congress and putting a negro in his fWNORTIIWESTERN EXPRESS LOX ON EVERY STAGK
mi Aitu. w,
with the domestic fowls, near the
JL hi k .
J. C. P arkbb
baths call on Harry Allen, in the residence of Thos. Morrison. The b< u s of Thos. Manlyh sold friem’. place. Ar.d there are plenty of Re H arry F loyd ,
— Tom is at Long Creek — Ed.
Ksenli ! a Bi
publicans just like him.
gnu J. Nat. used to take the life of
—This office will feel truly tile chicken was a pistol, and he a school ‘tnarm,” or a gruss widow
_______ Juoti w a r d,
thankful to ail the farmers, and claims tu be a “crack »hot.”
C A. ■bier.
Moi:«^S’:?&' i in4'< ngri*s is the darkey Langston
____ .‘.’v a man.
stockmen of Ilarney county, it’ they I
from the Peters! tirg, Virginia, die-
J. H. Ardeisuu.
— W. E. Grace took his depar
will kindly report to this oliice the
hereby given that the u’> v
eated tu the County
uri .1 Hai- amount of hay and grain raised by ture Tuesday morning, for Port
Gods blessing to humanity— So triet. that is «hen the Republicans
r. Ore tun, un Wedfucs ¡a , the sth
j get their quorum Even Mahore,
land, I he Sound, and various other
however, d -clases he was not elec-
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—\V. II. Gass, who has been ab- places. The facts of the case are Years Old.
DRUGS. CHEMICALS. PATENT MEDICINES, STA
Forest Grove, Or., March 19—I
- sent on a 1 usiness trip to the Dia (but he wantsit kept a secret) he
his congressional pretensions, It «
TIONERY. DIAMOND DYES, FANCY TOILET
ending Un ¡County Conti, of the S’ pi .- gì ore mond and P-R meh country, ~e- is after a partner for life, or for 99 have used the Oregon Kidney Tea
no go, though, as between Riel ¡
ARTICLES, FINE CIGARS & TOBACCO.
years, as the conditions may be.
j turned Sunday.
id- rsmed legal vote:
«¡I olSe.a i.i:e. cuu»»t>,l»fegpii. r--.- b :• B|ivct
is God's blessing to humanity, I
a lie en au be|n¡!:'-i ■> .< T.
—Almost e'.ery day we hear and we guess be will not return Ull-
than i Fine Winesand Liquors for Medical Purpow—,
■ nt the ; Bpir-.£o>¡B,anali anc vi 1 i.
' ut-.iqu-.;p someone speak of having something til the Lusiness is settled and 11 is take pleasure in recommending it to
■ titles ihati vue íftid.". ' , i-. ! uri s
I Jli7~Prescriptions accurately compounded. Postoffice BuiLdtnR, Baraa-
Mia < «.uuty uf Hiruvi, irum and I to sell,or wanting to buy something. purpose accomplished.
er 1», INVI».
One evil result is likely to follow
A 25 cent notice in your weekly
ty years old, came to Oregon in 1842
—J. C. Welcome met with an ac
th-i partisan course of the pres
in the employ of the Hudson's Bar
cident, five miles from the Warm
Jeu. S.Kiso ¿ti«Gì'
ent ILiuse in election contests, a I
RURNS BUTCHER SHfCP.
X I Springs, on his wav home from
£nr> Iti« liai-dpon,
r-publkran member recently admit-
—Dick Biggs, our deputy sheriff, Bidwell, a few days ago. His the Oregon kidney tea I enjoy good
I tea td me. Should the republicans
seems to be the right man in the team became frigthened, ran out of
D avid M unrof .
by any accident have a majority in
right place. Dick is a good Loy, the road, upsetting the buckboard |
the next Congress an election con-
Notice of Dissolution <»f Partnership*
and we wish him success.
and throwing him some distance,
I test would come up from almost
Notice is hereby given that the co every district in the South, partic
U c F au -T^
—Our would be widower, of 8il- the fall breaking the left collar
partnership existing under the
B kosvm I
i ver creek, comes around every few I bone in two places.
firm name of .1. Durkheimer & Co., . ulai ly when a “colored brother” is
-days. The last excuse for leaving
has this day been dissolved by mu after legislative honors.
i home and coming to town was to ' recently on a prospecting tour tual consent. Isaac Baer retiring
Full weight given. Good beef or the block. Mutton, pork,
The l.i ss of congress has been
Si ••M inani y,
venison and game, when on the maket.
' investigate the arid land law.
I around Ilarney lake, is very enthu
strut than ever since his return
. D. Sh
—The Burns races are over, the siastic over that country he saw i
All th >sc knowing themselves in
Harney races close ibis w<ek. At Mr. Elliott's ranch, near debted to J. Durkheimer Co., will from Main. He modestly decline s . these goods must le sacrificed at, Stoddart and Co.,
1 to acti-pt all the crec’it involved in auction not only to their ruination
' Still we take pleasure in informing the Narrows, turnips that was please settle at once.
his triumph and is content to let 1 but also to the great injury of do-
raided in hie garden which weighed
Burns, July 1, 1890.
it be known that it is not “me and . mestic manufactures which would j Pension
R a rd.
■ . a,
I the people,” Lut •'the people and be closed out in tho competition
! of liquors, at least everybody says etables proportionally as good.
i me.” But one thing he is not care which cheap wares from aboard. '
I One-half an acre of barley, which i
Wc acknowledge the receipt of fill to keep out of sight. lie ha« In short, under the present Repub- j 615 7th 8t., Washington, D. C.
' be s >.
he is satisfied, if threshed, would
(JM V 11 Ri t
invitation to be present at Port m ide up bis mind that the Tom iican policy they prophecy a panic I
—Contest I h -I wi en individuals,
ar h ,
Opposite U. 8. Patent Offios.
’s Great Exposition. The fol Reed of the next few months shall of no small dimensions
-John A. Ward vs. Otto Schweizer,
—Mell Fenwick called in yester
f r eclipse the record, arbitrary and
of Vale. September 15. Testimony day, and gave us a chat. He re-1
The Republicans are always affri.' All person having Claim« for
b d as it may tie, of the Tom It- .d
taken by E. H. Tests, county clerk, ports Mrs. Fenwick ill, l-ut not Sept. 25th.
ght< d nt the approach of evil to Pension i Increase of Pension, ot of
I Ht ormer,
11 a tn—Carriages for Exposi of the past. His motto and the wealth, they care lit 1 ■ about tie any nature whatever against th«
o a commissi n issued by the U. f , dangerous.
His croy report: 5
| logic thereof is. the ni: jority should
harm worked Io tho people, and Gouernuient, should write tou» for
I. mil Office, at Bums. W. W. acres of wheat, yielding 227 j Uu
information. Proposed new law«
! rule; I am the majority hence I
■ Cardwell went from-Burns to rep making 45$ bushels to the acre.
shall rule. Ever since the tlecti, n I : hence have started Secretary Win affecting. Soldier» rights fully «1*
resent Mr. W’s. interest. The case Barley, 4 acres, making 70 bushel »
■ Reed has been anxiously a waiting dom and his agents on an investi plained. Advice free.
' was decided in favor of Ward, mak- to the acre, 280 bushels. Hay, 250 i 2 p tn.—Special parado of fine
a congratulatory telegram from his gation jaunt to «ec just how much NO FEE UNLESS CLAIM 18 AL
1 in? another score for one of our tons. He just received a letter stock.
danger in New York custom house
8 p m.—Grand Banquet, ten old friend Plaine, but the wire« or i is liable to bring to business inter-
from George McGowan stating that
ni the Pacific
—Mr. Cal, Geer, our Hardware he had formed a copartnership with Northwest, by the citizens, of Poit- bly Blaine hasn’t had time to tile- 'ests.
The handsomest man in congress
merchant, ha« been very attentive E. J. Bruce, East Portland, in th - land, in the Exposition Building. I graph.
I Kt n adv
hardware t usiness, with groceries
downed when Representative
Now that the republican« are in a
line ofbuisness and has Striver, hard and provi-ions added.
f iir way to g< t their tariff bill they Charley Gibson, of Eastern Shore
Maryland, lost hi» s- at in the next
to accomodate his customer«, he has
—The committc appointed to
All persons knowing themselves are a little in doubt ai-out it, at least
house yesterday. IIis constituents
take subscriptions, the nionev to be indebted Lee Caidwell, please come
I everything in the Hardware line the
I admired his beauty so much that fur ratalngue F «-Mejor Denial y,
; country demands In connection expended in fencing and improving and settle, for I am in need of ’ nrett.v £o<>d «can i i New York >.ver they want to keep it at home where Washington, Xew J erf ay
Oft . I**
with the Hardware is the tin shop the Burns cemetery, have com money to send and get a winter
j the provision that all imported good I . it must ever be “a festival to the
under the management of young menced work, and will, as soon as stock of liquor.
in bonded warehouses shall be tak ! eve.” In truth, though. Gibaon is
R ilph Geer who i* ready nt all possible, complete the work assign
en out l y October 1st New York a handsome roan, a fact the more ton's female life. But do you know
times to do repairing, or any work ed them. Those who have sub
his trade calls for.
I conspicuous as there are precious at home the angler» for hearts here
scribed aid not,paid will please
The Burn« Sunday School will nusiness men and importers and 1
' 1 few good looking men in congress fiehjust as persistantlv for the home
I —If you want T he H erald and i ay in il.< ir nA nriptior.« ¡mondi give two entertainment«
any of the following papers for one al« ly. r.« the money is needed now. court week, (O?t. 15th and 16th ) to this city with anxietv depicted It has frequently been thocriticism ly a« well a» the good looking l«l-
year, call at this office and yen «ill The ei.mniittie are J. C. Welcome, The object of this concert, is to get in their face and d.re predictions that the people, as a rule, must lows. And with the »«in« r««ult
, i>e astonished how cheap you can Chas. Gunther «nd W. C. Byrd, money to buy an organ for the on theirtungu «. They declare tha’ pick out their homely men to con for there are very few Josephs’ in
get tl.eiii. The 8. F. Examiror, fc.
the importers, in anticipation of tl.e gress much after the wav in which ! Congress to withstand the blandish
rt.-r» tk« F. Cal’. 8. F
Bulletin. National either of whom are authorized tc church. The pr -gram, will consist new tarifl. have brought in foreign certain suspicious ladies select their ment* of Patiphar's wive«. Of
Detroit Free I re«». To- receive and nc.-ipt for mi-ney of music, recitation« and dialogue«
husband’s typewriters. They must ; a virtuous can 1« feund, and every
; ledo Blade. Portland World, and paid tor the purpose already men No pains will be spared tv the Bar.- i goods to the value of millions and
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van >ua other papers, aho, dif-j tioned The committee will give dav School to make th«-«c entertain that the money is not in handtogit have such p. reoral virtue, but not wife and mother at home, no doubt,
feretit magazine» and story paper*;! any one the liberty of working out ment« interesting and enjoyable, the merchandise out of loud so early manly beauty,’ aa will preserve believe her “hubby" to be among
all of Harper
Bn»'«, works’; io
their moral characlor among the this small set of the choscu and ««>
I fact anything in the reading Hno their enbreription if any prefer do and hope to reci jvc a liberal patron-
«iks aud (Mtinatkiis of Washi-’g kct.
you can call for.
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