East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, October 29, 1890, Image 2

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RURNS
ADVERT(8g
D: RtNc, « inee’ing la-t week, the no prospect of his party carrying the
Ail persons knowing themselves
\ good house and lot. situated
THE
D
Ha
saya;
“
Business
men
indebted
Lee
Caldwell,
please
come
in
the
town of Bnrnf, can be pur-
Ho .. C. R B-i < kin-yh- was fired at House,
Mr and
lobticians with whom I have ami settle, foe I mu in need of chased cheap, for cash. House
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ho
»•»cortesl
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and the one
y »• tl... i ot 1 afi.-r co v-reed—»II repu'lieans-declare money to send and get a winter well built and furnished inside, con-
jtaining 4 rooms and one store
room. Lot 50x160 feet. IVarran-
iiAetiiig w ii • Kn.wk.-d down with a that the m-w, tariff law will operate stock of liquor.
publicans do to the disadvantage of the party and
, tee deed will he given. Apply at
>lr:nc eh'r* Th.- r«
Notice.
i.o! i hi -iod» litis outrage, l ut if a will lose us the House in the ensu-
I H erald office.
4»»v. r get*
All persons indebted to me for j
Speaking of th-- contest f r th - ' i eg ii or a
a 'leg'll 4ov»-r
get* eggci
egged or
or jng
«ng eieciiuue.
elections. It will have a ten-
Gods blessing to humanity—So
next Vf-pn’ lirai- Pe.-«i 1 > rial nan - a eo i'. .■I la r and ftwthers, you will deucy to drive away the farmer vote blackrmithHig, will please comeat
t
in
i
v.
rv
republican
paper
in
when
that
class
ascertains
that
the
Il
rii
-
i-
says
an Oregon Pioneer Ninety
{nation, Mr Pe , igni-
once and settle, I must hive mon­
' e
cost of many articles of prime ne»*cs- ey to carry on my business.
seems to have tn in’, a l but h- is he I pi ed ’ ta e<
Years Old.
Forest Crove, Or., March 19—I
sitv is direct!» increased by reason
“in it." Tin ide is not lo» ver. I
A. T ipker .
Dealer in General Merck*
have
»e used the Oregon Kidney
Kidney^ Tea
Tea
-live
**,e McKir.ley Lili A rise in
»hand with tli lus s of : i- par
S amvh . P. Miller, senior Ju*ticv
AT THE OLD 8TA!ty
I
obtained
immediate
relief.
It
g pric'S all along the line seems to I e
ami ---------------
l'or Saie.
of the Sugreme Court of the U. —
IO
'•«— - blessing
—------ „ to humanity. I
is
God's
B urns . H arney C o ., 0»«,,
(. ex;>'cted, acd as that mean« addi­
Seven
miles
of cheap.
Burns, 150
tons
of fine
bay south
f-r sale
Bv 1 ,ke P1.**"’",1*''' recommending it to
was »trick-.n with pamlvri». Friday
O»r laro«
r»ll nd Wlnt«r Si««k «in
N othing brings rpetdi r »-¡Jih nigl.t. (>«t. 10, and on tb>- following tional bun*ena for the consumer,
meauLivi«-.
- - .
the afflicted. I am now nearly nine I
great compliint is inevitable. It Green Hudspeth. He offers to fur- ty vwara „|d, eall,e t() Oregon in 1842
than a good patent. If you li.ti­ Mu-'dav- night died. He .was ...
in
fhe employ of the Hudson’s Bay
,, «nd had ’veins quite reasonablv therefore to nish a comfortable cal in, that can
an idea, write der-crioing it. to the JStii/yrar of hi* „ age
at
Portland Exchange Sold. County
Justice for 28 expect that the democrats will c .r lie occupied by the purchaser while Compiny. and since I began using
Messrs. 0. A Snow «V Co., I’ut -pt
Lem cn associate ■
fi tdir.g the hay.
' ’he Oregon kidney tea I enjoy good
Iler
leaves
be.
'
ry
the
House.
In
Lou-siana
I
don
’
t
Solicitors, opposite U. S. Patent Iveara. 4u»tice Miller leaves be-, -
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. health.
Office, Washington D. C., and tin y huid him a spotless reputation as think the republicans will win a sin-
P»nn M cnrof .
Congressionaldistrict.”
will inform you free of charge aju.U-.aml he will always be re-
Beatty's Tour oflhe World.
A herd of seventy i.uifal» h ive
8‘M"«e thin?8 happen here.
whether it is patentald**. Read j memliered as one of the ablest of
Ex-Mayor Daniel F Beatty, of ——d frmii the Yellowstone Na­
ocal
I
the
men
who
haw
constituted
the
Yrt,t,
rdav
W
W
Belknap,
who
their advertisement in this pap*-r.
Beatty 's celebrated Organs and Pi- 'RC'peu
tional
““21 Park
1
eminent tribunal, the Supreme
•• Secretary of War in aims. Washington, New Jersey, has t'-
i
Mount
Etna is in a state oferup-
| Grant's cabinet, in order io k. ep returned home from an extended
T hx Democratic Congressional' Court of the U.S.
tour Of the world. Read his ad- ,¡„7,',
"he\
hole «ide
lists«
.
i.v
. .. of the mountain I
j
from
being
impeached
in
connection
Campaign Couiuiitte has at la«t
vert lenient in tin« paptr and send is
• covered with a thick
.... layer of cin
... ­
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,
,
,
w.th the se.ling i f 1 d an Puat-t-a-
auceeded in getting its text book
f »r cata louge.
ders.
T
he republican partv haa done
»
■
,
lino pilot. It will doubtless prove'
TOILET ARTICLES. G I. A?S, p larpe.
r
.
deruhlpa bv h'g wife, waa bun. d
many things
... ■nilitarv honors in Arlington
Th - 1 ig enftin in which Abrnhma
I
e
B that would not with
very valuable air] interesting to a great
Lii coin l:ved when a 1 oy has
stand inspection by honest eves,
.
...
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Attention.
tha hangersen around the commit­ ,
- 7.
.
...
\
cemeterv, the M ar department was
been I ought nv a committee. from
but
we
find
it
bard
to
believe
that
,
,
.,
,
L. 8«
, ,
dosed in his honor and the bu'.ld-
tee rooms at Washington, and,ow­
Of all persons still indebted to Chicago in th« interest of the W. E GRACE, PuorKiKTnu.
ils
leaders
would
countenance
a
.
,
.,
,
,
.
,
ing to the nearness of election day
,
,
,
, mg heavilv draped with mourning undersigned on E ast O keg > n H EK- World’s Fair The price paid was
sebemeto dehlieratelv falsify the
. ... ’ . , .
build
It will be taken down and
,
,
, I ms thing of closing a Government ai . d accounts, viz: subscriptions
it will not circulate much further, _
Census returns , for * the purpose
of
,
, .,
erected on a prominent site at the
L _
department on account . of ...
the death
more’s the pity.
aul-secuent to Nov. 28 1889, adver­
A Large A snort aunt g
retaining control , of . House
, wars before
, .
. . of Rep-
r I of , some man who
was tising and job work done prior to Worhl’s Fair
eFee
resentattves
' ,
,
. , and ,, of gaining votes . in I at it head is a senseless
custom at March 1, 1890. is called to the fact
Iy the ladies who intend buying ,
Frink
Slavin
savs
of
John
L
Sul-
FINE CUTLERY. NOTION
the eletunal college. That they j
all<j what a mockery in this I
- i-
I have ‘ 1 eaton nin'e inoli
in
that payment must tn- made Lefore van; “ *"
or have already bought the materi­
ven ge
... returns
-3
will manipulate the census
Has just been R.-cciuf f sn<j (
18th day of Septemlwr, 1890. to one vear than SiiRiva i has in hi'
al for their winter dresses could
fur such a purpose we believe; but!
whole career, John would have
The funeral services of the la'ei save further oust of collection.
vote at the congressional election,
for the sake of American honor we
m ver > een k own if he h id c 'n‘- PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFUll'P"*"
Justice Miller were held in the
D. L. G race ,
republicans would be mighty scarce
out in the l.i«t two von'« T'i hi
' trust that their is no truth in the
Kverythirg jusrr.itttd pure and of
j
Supreme Court room yesterday Burns Oregon Aug. 21, 1890.
in the next House of Representa­
All
t:me he had nothing tn fight
' falsification scheme *s published in
afternoon, and last night the re­
tives.
Dress goods have been
his i erfii-niani-ca t-ave ’ < e s t p:ng
the new York World.
FOR SALE.
me-» in the first 4 or 5 round«, flis
mains, accompained by a distin­
largely increased in price on ac­
fight with Kilrnin was a di'gr.ucv
guished escort left on a special train
count of the higher duties imposed
The Red Front Livery Stable, heiy man who bn« n rr*n'>»ntinn
T he chilly blasts that come from for Keokuk, Iowa, where the infi r
by the ne r republican tariff law.
I the mountain and float over the ; |nent ¡g t(| tafce |,].1Ce. The scram situated in Burns, opposite the and the go with '’itch'i'l was •*
Punch ami Judv affair. I. *1 ‘Gilli
I
Burns hotel. Mr. Wilson offers
vm pu» on or-hut nn v« regir-l«
A ccording tothe New York Press valley, remind the citizens of this ’ ]e f,,r the place he left vacant is
this valuat le Livery Stable for sale who is the he«» man. to div T* e
good
republican authority, the country that winter is close at already quite lively among the re­
at low figures. He lives in the ♦ ’ ¡rd ein«. is his corner in the fis
workingmen of this country must hand,and that for this season we publicans. Attorney General Mil
can no longer bask in the summer ■ [er on 8ccoUnt of hi; perSllllI1| rtl.,. country, aoni- distance from town, tic world.”
not expect to be benefiited by the
i 6un
jlions with Mr. Harrison, has the i and cannot give the business the
new tariff law for a long time to sunshine.
A'l
’
lrl
ini-1
liCH'a
attention
it
requires,
is
bis
reason
WM. Il G A S3.
Everyone who are ill prepared jn-ide track, but it is by no means
come, and it ingeniously advises
' ' i’t for
for selling. There is not a more
—Mr« J. C. Garret» »• A d 'iv.’h-
them to be patient under their in­ to receive a hard winter, vow to be eertajn that he will get the prize,
> try t
vnlual
le
piece
of
propertv
in
Burns
tor w —e in R'i’n« la«’ Thur«d»v
de him
creased living expenses. This ad­ better prepared for the next winter, Secretary Noble would gladlv take ai.d any one desiring to invest in Mis«. Garr tt is n< t in vorv <-on I
vise might b<- mure generally taken l ut summer comes and brings ease, j, but "( orporal” Tanner savs he that kind of property, cannot I etter h<*al»h «nd rnn.e in to consult Drs This House has a wide and well kumin haii.e.ui.» «k ‘
’ eomfi rt and plenty, and we are apt will not, if his soldier influence can 'hemsi Ives in anv town. Call im­
in.-nt of the present proprietor it is bou id tOgofwh®P*'.r,,r.
by the working men if they did not
I Ashford A Boyd.
to forget our vows -luring the win­ prevent it. Senator Edmunds mediately at this office or on Mr.
fame .nd renown. No pains spared to pleue
fully realize that the same law
—Th0 edi’nr of the Long Creek
ter, ai d I e in no 1 etter fix for the would not object, although he would Wilson, for vou are likely to lose
which is making them poorer every
Fa-lo.
Orin
L
Patterson,
was
mar
: lh»l*»
m xt than we acre at the beginning onlv have about eight years to serve a I argain. The Stable is just what
| ried Io Mis« Ftta Parsons, of Plain-
day is piling up unenrm d wealth
we
recommend
it
to
be.
au'45'
i of the last
before he became eligióle for retire
field Indiana, Oct. 1st.
for the favored manufacturer.
No necessity this coming winter ment, but they say the East isn’t
—Three person« have been sent
liis offl
' for stock to suffer for the want of in it. Senator Sp >oner a id several
How'a I'lils.
III to a
sent from Prineville to California
W ill Mr. Harrison take care of hay in Harney countv; we have
other gentlemen have friends here
We offer Ono Hundred Dollars i to investigate the death of Springer jfff"Good tai le service, and tai lea furnished siiirtV"
his old law partner and present At- plenty and to spare; our neighi ora __ i.:
.. u ii- .. and
.1 -t._
1
mill r<
wo king : — in . i. their l lehalf,
the'Reward
fur any c«se of Catarrh whom they still believe to have
terney General, by appointing him in adjoining countie«, if in m ed of
.toi^B«
Indiana folks who are oppostd to that can not be cured by taking been murdered.
to the vacancy caused by the death i feed, we wish them to drive in their
Attorney General Miller are trving Hall's Catarrh Cure.
—Tn the case of the State vs. ———————lniost
of Justice Samuel F Miller, on the I stock
Hay can l>e bought in Har- tu do something forjudge Gresham.
W. S. King, the jury brought in a
F.
J.
Cheney
dt
Cc.,
Props
.
bench of the Supreme court? He ' m-y very reas mal le.
verdict of not guilty.
Before Congress reassembles the Toledo, O.
B URNS O J RCU L ATI NG lint'm.
.will if he has hie own way, tut the
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"’e Imp- outside pazlies wanting llMnibel.ofcandid.lteswillbelargelv
We the undersigned, have known
—Freight team« coming into
AND
A1” "ri
! fvr‘ wiH “Vail
°f ,hi* increased.
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, Burns, heavilv loaded, every day,
with the republican I os.-es 1 ecu»»- offt r nnd Jrive in thvir cattle.
with
winter
goods
for
our
mer
­
Representative Kerr, who is and believe him perfectly honurai le
as U. S. Treasurer Iluston says, lie
m
chants.
IN THE HERALD Bl'ILDIXC.
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takes no interest in “practical poli­ IIEnALI'*.« WASHINGTON LETTEP. chairman of the Democratic State in all business transactions, and fi­
dentist.
—The Williams Bovs, of Silver
committee of Pennsylvania, was nancially able to carry out any ob­
CHAS. W. BYRD. ------ blla.i . .|( pn
tics,” and it is not p-o able tlu.t i
Creek, brought into Burns, and sold Object of openin» ’hl» bu»iti<>»» in connection with ’he Tre»K<
W ashington D. C. Oct. 22d 1890. | here this week. He says that Quay ligations made bv their firm.
Mr. Harrison will be allowed to |
readilv. a four-horse load of fine Fun. i for port hasin» bo< ks f^r a Public Library L-r baru»-Ti< ■ - J" . .
There’s a li nit to all things, even I ism is doomed in that state, anil
West »t Truax, Wholesale Drug­ hutter on the 26th inst.
TERMS: Mem benhip Fee 91. ■ «tar. Readme Fee I Or.
jjiVID
have his own way.
I that if the election was held i.ow
odkal or lluuk. maue wi.te th« IJbranan, in «wry in •«». n UU I reside«
to republican audacity. Mr Har­ ! I>dameter vrouid le defeated by gist, Toledo, Ohio. Walding. Kir- i
4V" The Librarian i» agent f« r and will take b*’ •<
rison, after a rather sUjamiy discus- from 30.000 to 40.000 majority.
nan <t Marvin, Wholesale Druggist,
¡«lira' and « n'er an\ Bo. k. published in the ( utied bia.e» vr
A nd now it seems that 1
Picture», Work» of Art, House-Builuing Deai^n», Etc.
final p
sion in which his cabinet was nearly
’ Mr Harrison did notexpress any |Toledo, Ohio.
World’s Fair is to be classed w'’'‘ equally divided, has reached the | regrets because the Couut of Pane!
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___ eld can
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken in-
the numerous things injured by the :
'
ments w
conclusion that it would l>e ccrta.n did not remain in Washington long ternall», acting directly upon the
new tariff law. The latest Europe­
enough to call on the President, in . , .
»
r
ed to th
.»I-
1, . ! blood and mucous surfaces of the
(defeat to his party at the Congres- : , tact . ?
there is rca«on to ta-lieve that i
.
an advic s sav that the majority of
sional e'e t o is for him to issue a | certain members of the ad ministra-' *Ns’e,n'
Ince, ioc . per bottle,
t le manufacturers refuse to send j
proclamation convening Cogress in tion were instrumental in hurrying '■ Sold by all Druggists.
Call o*
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any exhibits to Chicago, taking the
m r t n n f T -> ,I ,
, -» »rm onnM
I extra session for the sole purpose of i Count off to prevent that call
ground that it would lie a useless
passing the Force bill, and the
Connecticut is a democratic State
expenditure of money for them to
Ik'termineti Suicide*.
j Congressional apportionment bill.
T J. MORRISON A BYERLEY,...................
i Rhode Island is a democratic State.
do so as the duties impos 'd by’the
two measures intended to perpetuate
'•■everything ic the furniture line alssp’jP’^JTj
A large per cent of the patients MaaMehusetta and New Hamp-i
tariff law are so high as to practi­
j the power of the republican party entrusted to the care of the authori-1
Give him a call liefore purchasinpls’^B '
«hire are doubtful. In the late
cally shut their goods out of Amer­
I This conclusion is another victory ties at Oregon’s insane asvlum are
Vermont election the republican
ican markets. Without foreign ex­
for Mr. Blaine over the Red wing ever on the lookout for an opportu­
-To
majority was cut down one half
hibits the World’s Fair will be but
of his partv—Mr. Blaine has neve»' nity Io commit suicide. It is a
-»WO I
a travesty upon its name.
The State of Reciprocity Blaine and
wavered in his opposition to the thought that is ever with them. I
Prohibitory Tariff Reed is the only
Force bill.
They are making the attempt almost j corner of New England where th<*
M r . H arrison may or may not
“Mr. Flower and the demo ratic daily. Many of them show great
ask for the resignation of Commis­ Coi grcssional Campaign commit­ cunning in their plans. A short republican grip has nut been seri­
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NEAR BI IÎXS. GRECOS
sioner of pensions, but among hon­ tee,” said a metul er ofthat commit­ time ago one man made an sffort ously loosened. An epidemic of
est men, no matter what their po­ tee to me. “are all right, and the that required great nerve and pa tariff reform broke out in New
&
England in the summer of 1889.
CD
litical opinions may be. there is no democrat who abuses Mr. Flower
ticnce. He slept on a woven wire
W
difference of opinnion as to what he for his management of the campaign mattress, and at some time he had and has l*a*n growing ever since.
ought to do. Commissioner Rauiu, do«'» not know what he is tuiking succeeded in breaking one of the an<l its growth was not checked
Keep* fMM**atly o n band a lan»**fc"
according to his own statement, is al>out. From the day on which he wires. This h'< unraveled from the when the republican manufacturers
a»k»d
for
bread
and
got
stone.
Th»
unfit to be at the head of a Govern­ was elected chairman of the com­ woven coil and brokeoff. giving him
ment bureau through which two- mittee to the present time, he has a wire several inches in length, with republicans will not frv much fat
fifths of the nation's enormous rev­ not made the slightest mpve with­ jagged ends. With this he bored a out of the New England iron and
» of the ft
enues are disbursed and if Mr Har­ out first consulting Senator-ch ct hole in his throat, near the main woolm iiiHuufaeturi rs this year or
ar, call at
I
in
1892.
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National
Democrat.
rison condones the Commissioner’s Brice, chairman of the National artery, and was making an effort at
t
I
offenses by keeping him in office he committee, and Senator Gorman, self destruction that would have
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will lieeome personally responsible and nothing has been done wtlemt been successful in a short time hail
reaver, Oct 14 —Acting Governor
for them.
their approval. Now if those two the attendant n.,t interrupted th»* Melbourne, of Wyoming, has receiv­
All kli.'liof su-far, ¡amber tboronshl» •'•••'"d •««Blade
3*
men do nut know how to conduct a patient. He had gouged an ugly ed a letter from the interior depart
KEPrcKD prick
ari*»
(Í
T hk farmer or other head of fam­ campaign no one in the democratic hole in his nvek and was working ment asking about the whereabouts
ily who pave anywhere from ten to parly does. Ol course Mr. Flower away witn h'a rude iinplawient of and safety of a herd of seventy
fifty dollar», or more, according to has been to a certain extent ham­ destruction with a will and det«r- buffaloes that esenp-d from Yello i-
the quantity purchased, fir the pered by the lack ot money, l ut minatiun that if directed in anv st.ne Nat on al p4 k several we« k-
winter clothing of himself and fam­ that is not-iing new to dewocratic other cause would have aucomplisb- ago. The mi-sing herd ha« been
ily than the aame would have c at caiupaign managers. The demo­ cd uiuch. Patients often secrete se nseveial time* lately in the Ig
him last year, haa a practical il­ cratic party has never had a large pieere of glass, which thev pound Horn region and it is now thought
lustration of the meaning of the corruption campaign fund, and I up and attempt to swallow. They
tn be ranging in Bed Desert, between
‘ protection” extended to him *»v hojw it niter will. If we cannot also try to get hold of knives and Rawlins and the Shoshone Indian
the r.ew tariff law enacted by the wm without purchasing votes I pre­ from the dinner tabic they take
reservation. A big party of hunters
republican majority in congress fir fer to lose. But unless al! of my meat Imncs, which tnev trv to shar­
went out to attempt their capture
the special purpose of enriching information is at fault we shall car­ pen and um in cutting their thmat«. last week. The state officers ex­
Burns-Canyon Stage
the already wealthy manufacturer* ry the House in spite of the •protec­ The t*»k of an attendant ia an end
pect to organize, under the direc­
I. J ewitt , Puorairr*
who furnish the republican party ted manufacturers’ money, with ilesa ous. lie never knows what
»« *«-’■ a «K.W. a sM mV»
tion of the interior department, an
with it* campaign vorrupUo.. fuuda wi.i- h the rvpublicani are so plenti­ moment his charges will make some
'• rriLa.iiif ..s mwv*** *
expedition to round up the herd
It ia for him tu decide whether bv fully supplied."
attempt at suicide and he must con- and drive the animals back to the
Ex .'euatur Kellogg. o«oe the re ttautly be vigilant.—8alem States-
his vote whether he eudorses the
park. W rl. Root, of Laramie,
robbery or oot
publican Moses us Louisiana, se» s i.tuan.
will have charge of the expedition.
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