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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 9, 1891)
burns advertisements .
Propoaed Sew Kailroad.
On February 23d last the follow
ing articles of incorporation were
filed with the secretary of state, but
W. C. KÏIID.
Kditor. were not pU|,|jB|lt.j
(he time, as
the incorporators requested that
T he ejectments of the parties who they l>e withheld from the press
tiled and settle«! on the Red S lands, The incorporation took for its name
again opens the question of their that of the Pacific and Eastern
right to fileon, or bv what authority Railroad Company. The incorpor
Dealer in General Merchandis
•h‘‘V are hacked, to take such pro ators are Frank J. Taylor, M. J.
cedure. these parties settling on this Linney, H. G. Vandusen, and the
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aporoved land, must receive en principal office is at Astoria. The i
couragement ami advice to do so capital stock is $ 10,000.000, divid-:
from some source. We believe the ed into 100,000 shares. The de-j
government is more to blame fori ! dared object of the company is to
th«- suffering ami deprivations of j build a railway south from Astoria i
these poor families caused by the, i to, and up the Tillamook river,
FOR YOUR FLOUR, GO TO TH
ejeetimnt^ than any syndicate, across the coast range to the he. d-
corporation, individual or the judic- j , waters of the Yamhill river, and
larv. These lands being approved i down the said river to the east side
to the state by the government do. Coast mountains; theme south
Prairie City, OiJ
virtually belong to the state, giving ; through the Willamette vaEey to
PORTER BROS. Proprietors
th«* state the right to dispose of the I Springfield; thonce easterly cross-
land, which was done. Parties pur- I the Cascades by way of the middle
chasing this land from the state bv , fork of the Willamette to east Cas
T. A. McKINNON,
paying a percent thereon certainly | cade; thence easterly by way of J W. ASHFORD,
iiave a claim on the land and the Harney lake valley and eastern
Ashfod à Pcyä.
TOILET ARTIC LES^G LASS, PUTT.Y,
state is honor bound to stand by the j Oregon and through souther Idaho
PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS,
purchaser, if there has been a to Salt Lake City Utah. They al B urns ................................. O regon
W. E GRACE P roprietor ,
Office In W E Grace'» Drugstore
fraud perpetrated on the govern so propose building a line from As
ment, that fraud should be un toria to Portland; thence south
DR. H.M. HORTON
A Large Assortment of
earthed by the government, and ifj through the Willamette vallev to a DENTIST............... B urns O regon .
one of her ways of uncovering the practicable connection with the ' Hflre ar the city Drug Storo Prepared to all
of den’al work.
swindle is by allowing poor settlers, main line Thia piece of railroad kind
Has just been Received.
Teeth extracted without pain by aid of gass.
to file and improve this land then ‘’news” is now given to the public
the government is honor bound—if for the first time.— Lakeview Ex
PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPd
she lias any honor—to stand by th«' , aminer.
Everything guaranteed pure and of the very bent 01
M. R. Biggs,
settler protect him in his rights and
PATENT MEDICINES SOLD AT MARKED PRICE
be responsible for all damages he ••The Centut y’i." I.iti- of Col it in bus
may receive in helping the govern The Century Magazine will cele
ment expose a fraud.
brate the 400th anniversary of the
The government receives the til discovery of America by publishing
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
ingsuml money of these poor settlers a Life of Columbus written especial
Office at Sheriffs Oilice,
the claimants who purchased the Iv for that magazine by Emilio Cas
MESDAMES MORRELL & ALLEN,
land from the state immediately telar, the famous Spahish orator,
call on the judiciary of the state to statesman, and author. The work
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
These ladies spare no pains to please their guests
protect their claim which of course; is written in Spanish, and will be
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>« done, officers are sent to tear | carefully translated. Senor Caste- B Collections,
Land business, and Real ATTENTIVE AND GOOD TABLE SE
down their houses destroy their Jar, whose interest in and admira Estate matter i rompt!' intended to.
AND TABLES WELL SUPPLIED,
crops and improvements of what tion for America are wed known,
soever nature they are, and the poor has made a careful study of the
P rop .
Hittier is left homeless to bear the new historical material bea'ing up- Everything in their line guaranteed
brunt of the battle and his loss as on the subject, and it is said that
to be done satisfactorily.
The onlv place in Burns you
best he can, and the government his papers will be very richly illus
can g?t baths.
lavs back on its bed of ease drink trated. Other articles dealing with
ing champagne and smoking good the discovery of America are in
Burns-Canyon Stage Line,
cigar*. Then some people say. we course of preparation for the same iI
N. ’B R 0 W ÏT,
I. J ewitt , P roprietor .
■V'. ’V’ .
have the best administered govern magazine.
Leave» Burn* on Monday», Wednesday», and Friday», at 6». m
'ounects with the Ontario, Prineville, and Lakeview stages, at Burns. Good
R E A I. E S A T E A GENT
ment the sun ever shone on, peopli'
Ami Still «he
tions for passengers.
BUY ANltSEI I.TOWN PROPERTY.
REAL ESTATE IN THE COUNTRY H ANDLED
that talk so are “sick.'’
The man who stops his paper be
CORRESPONDE'« E SOLICITED
TllK tin plate ww'iidle in the Mc cause something has appeared in OFFICE AT N. BROWN’S S TORE,
Kinley Bill is now fairly developed. its columns of which he does not Burns, ................................ Oregon.
Tlu> people of I be country see it. approve, and does it with an air of
W- N. Jorgensen
and what is worse, they can feel it. regret that it is necessary . to drive
I E. McKINNEY,
All the thin pretenses about the es the publishers into bankruptcy, re
Everything in our line of the Best. Liquors—Whiskies,
tablishment of a tin-plate industry minds us of the train dispatcher
Wines. Fancy Drinks, etc., Cigars, etc., always on hand
in this country are gone The loud who requested an increase of salary
you call on “Mack,” at Drewsey, Harney county, Or
est and brassiest of the tin plate and threatened to quit if he didn't
organs lire ashamed to repeat them.! get it. The superintendent replied
There is no tin plate industry in to his request by relating a story.
America, not anv sign of one. Then*
“When I was a young man,” said
is still some faint lying about it. but ht, ”1 once did as you are doing—I
it is growing fainter and must soon told the superintendent of the road
Mv reputation as a goo«i watch
what you have told me. He refused maker
and jeweler is well known,
M kanwhiie the people pay for my demand and I quit; and would and ! refer to all mv customers.
McKinley'» fun and the monopolist von believe it—that durn road is Work always ready when promised.
' Prices as low as’ consistent with
pats a swelling pocket. The tax is running yet!”—Lima News.
good workmanship and according to
war to tax legal effect July 1st, but
the amount of work done.
consumers have la*en paving it
Full weight given. Good beef or the block. Mutton,
Call and see me. Always at my
venison and game, when on the market.
post, next door to restaurant.
WEDNESDAY REFTEMBER 9, IDDI.
PRAIRIE CITY ROLLER MILL.
FINE CUTLERY, NOTIONS, Et
THE DREWSEY S a loon
13 URNS BUTCHER SHOP
T he tin-plate swindle was an ex-
. eptionally impudent one. There
was never a decent oretext for it
The American people will be forced
to pay. so long aw the McKinley Bill
stands unrepealed.momqsilist prices
for tin, while the Standercd Oil ex
ports in unta xed tin
Next session begins on Monday,
the 21st day of September, 1891.
Four Courses: Classical, Scien
tific. Literary, and a short Engjish
Course, in which there is no Latin,
Greek, French or German. The
English iir a pre-eminently a Busi
It warn cold day for Ba Im «ceria ness Cours»*. For catalogues or
Friday. Aug 29, but it was also a other information.
J. W. J ohnson ,
Chili day for the Congn ssionaliste.
forvaiftioKn? Athlrewn, Hon. Daniel F. Beat
ty. w tishinitton. New Jersey.
for catalogue FiMatur Daniel F. Beatty
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