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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1891)
BECAUSE IT GOES
HF.roRE THE PUB
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, OCTOBER 10.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
The New York World furnishes
, Samuel D Frew came to this
P ublishers and - P roprietors . ! country from Belfast, North Ire
land, six years ago. He liked the
American climate and the American
people, but he could not endure
American stockings. He longed
One Year (in advance)
for the comfortable, home-knit hos
HERALD CLUB LIST
Herald and Harper’» Magazine.............. 5.00 iery of old Ireland. And so finally
Herald and’Hnrjier's Weekly ............. 5.20
Herald anil Hurper’s Bazar '
5.20 he wrote to his mother in Ireland
Herald and Harper's Young People
3.75 to send him some stockings. She
Herald a»M Alden’s Manifold Cyclopedia, 2.90
i Each additional volume after Vol. I, 55 cents: ) was glad to pleas her boy and so
| 10 cents extra tier volume, postage.
¡she knitted six pair of Irish stock-'
r gi^pToples of all the above works can be ex
»mined at leisure in the Reading Room
j ings and sent them to her son.
But she dibn’t write about them,
Publishers of periodicals are solicited
> sehilclubbing rates, a copy of their work for for she wanted them to be a suprise,
ur Free Reading Room—We file, and bind the
itter at close of every half-volume, end r«v , > and the first young Frew knew of
jpiea bv advertisement.
‘ the matter was when a bulky docu-
. ment arrived from the Custom
«FACS 1 wk 2 wk 1 mo 8 mu j 6 mo 1 1 yr house.
It was as follows:
»11 00 »15.00 1
1 Inch 11 50 »2 ro «5 00
I) Frew to the Morris
3 0U 4 00 6.50 12 m IX.00 28 CO I I
3 50 5 00 8 00 15 00 24 00 40 00 European and American Express
4 50 6 00 10 00 20 00 32 00 50 00
6 OU 9 00 15 00 2M 00 4X 00 54 00 [ Company, Custom house brokers
«0 16 00 2N 00 48 00 so 00 120 00
20 0U 30 00 40.00 riO 00 no oo 140 00 ' and forwarding agents, Dr.
To specific duty on one pound
manufactured wool, at 494 cts $0.50
Of everv description executed with neatness 1 To ad-volorem duty on articles
and despatch, at reaaonable rates
valued at $2 at 60 per cent
St st email’s.
T he H erald is kept regularly on ß'e for re i United State» bonded storage
ference, in the Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad
srtiaing Bureau. 1U Spruce st.. New York.
and labor ................................ . .50
Cartage, shipping or delivery . .21
W. C. BYRD & SON.
Secretary of State
Secretary of Treasury
ecretary of Interior
Secretary of W ar
Secretary of Navy
Secretary of Agriculture
distress of the poorer classes, and
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES T
many are the harassing tales which
are told of the misAry they are forced
to endure. In some famine-stricken
A full and Complete Stock of Groceries and Supplies.
districts the scenes witnessed are Ranchers wishing to purchase their supplies will do well to call and se»
beyond discriptiou. Tnyops of peas
what we can do for you before going elsewhere.
ant» wander from village to village
Everything at REI) ROCK PRICES.
begging piteously and crying “Give
us bread, bread.”
H. E. T hompson ,
Four Hable» at Once.
Mrs. Bellen, a young woman,
average size, and about 20 years of
HUNTINGTON, ................................................. OREGON.
age, wife of James Bellen, foreman j
in the Alabama Great Southern
railroad shops In Birmingham, pre
rented her busbmd a few day ago
We are now located in the New Brick Block, with plenty of room,
with four bouncing babies—three occupying three floors, and each floor
b'vys and one girl. They are all
Will maintain our > former rules:
well developed and are flourishing.
These are Mrs. Bellen’s firstchildren
We huv Flour, Meats, Stock Salt, Barb Wire, Liverpool Sall,
and the affair has created extraor
Canned Goods, and Coal Oi) in CAR LOADS. Our Prices are LOW,
dinary excitement in the neighbor
hood. In the shops the “boys”
have run Foreman Bellen lively,
$ A - 1» ’
and ever since the appearance of
Prprietors Huntington Warehouse.
the quartette he I> hn had to “set up
J. H. AITKIN, Manager
the liee-” for them twice a day. It
is pretty expensive on the foreman
but he is proud over the event,
good natured over the fun of the
LUNABURG & FRY, P roprietors , B urns , O regon .
“hoys” who want to know w|ien he
intends to start a colonv, and he $3jOOO Stock Boots and Shoes, of the very beet duality Just received
cheerfully rushes the grcwler for
Cheapest Place in Town for Cash,
G eneral M erchandise .
loaded with gOODS»
SEND FOR QUOTATIONS I I
Portland Boot & Shoe Store.
-Also, Cuttom work and Repairing neatly done.
Benjamin Har rfso
l.evi P. Morton
. JamesG Blaine
John W. Noble
Benjamin F. Tracey
Jeremiah M. Rusk
Wm. H. Miller
Guthrie, O. T—Every courier
from Chandler hrings a thrilling
I ale of the Bufferings for water. Ful
ly 100 people are mure oi less seri
ousl v ill. Seventy horses have died
for lack of water, and hundreds
more are suffering »erriblv. A num
ber of men from Stillwater have
founded a town in the Sac anti Fox
country, calling it Saclahoma. and
arealready publishing a newspaper.
Rheubin 8. St rahm
The la v opening that reservation
The Proprietors of the White Front Livery Stable as
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
sures the public that they are prepared to accommodate
specifies that it shall he a home
M. D. CLirroRD Total........................................
District Ju ge
C ha *. F. Hvnt
stead entry.and the Saclahoma men
D. 8. D ustin
Frew went back io the expres«
£MF**Hcv and grain constantly on hands, and careful hands.
.(D) H enry B lackman
will he compelled to leave, as a town
office indignant at the thought of
taken to all parts of the country. Job Wagon ii> connection.
cannot he legally laid out
W m . M illez
County « idge
.W. E. G race
T. H. R obert * the clerk the bill as he made it out
(D) T. A. M c K innon The clerk looked at it and laughed
A. A. COWING
BYERI.EY A STUBBLEFIELD
................ .(D). W. E. A lbkrson “Oh that was under the old tariff
12.000.000 Acres of the Sahara
School Superintendent . iR)
T hos . G. D odson bill.” he said.
“This other hill is desert has heen reclaimed bv Artes-
Lytle Howard. I made out according to Mr. McKin lian wells. The French
lev’s new tariff laws.”
I comprises 184,465 square miles, one
HARNEY U. 8. LAND OFFICE:
........... J. B. H untington
“You won’t accept my bill, then?” one of this is on the Sahara desert.
...H arrison K elley
The total nnmb-r of wells t>ored
since 1857 is 13.135 and range from
Full weight given. Good beef or the block. Mutton, pork,
Frew thought for a moment. 75 feet in depth to 400. These ir
venison and game, when on the market.
urns methodist episcopal church yhen he called th" clerk aside »nd rigate 12.000,000 acre" of land.
M.D. WIIAON Pastor.
There will be preaching by the pastor in each whispered confidentially.
month as follows, until further notice-
“You tell that d------d McKinley
An earthquake visited six states
lit sabbath—Burns—at 11 a m, and 4:30 pm
2d Sabbath—Island S< hool House— at 11 a m ’ that he can have my stockings ”
in the Mississippi Valley, on Satur
—Harney—at 7:30 p m.
M Sabbath—Burn*—it 11 a m, and 4:30 p m
night Sept. 26. Its southern
4th Sabbath—Harney—st 11 a m. and 7:L0p m
Custom-house, and after the ex limits was Fashville Tenn.
piration of the required time they
will be sold at public auttion same
HARNEY LODGE. NO. 77, I. O O F.
Meet* at Odd Fellows Hall, every Saturday
as the Astor dresses were.
"I see now whv they call them
Stages leave Rums. Oregon, daily for Harniy, Drewsoy, Beul»k
H, M H obtom , N.G.
Ben Brown. Trees.
breakers." said the Jersey landlord,
Westfall and Vale, where
Huw.1»'« Rtarvln« Peaaauta
as a big wave came up and smashed
HARNEY PO8 T NO. 48. G. A. R.
Meets every 1st and':’«! Wednesday uf each
his bathing house into splinters.— with the railroad. Good fresh horses, careful drivers, new vehicles,
■»nth, at Odd Fellows’ Hall. All Comrades
The St. Petersburg correspondent
la goodstaading invited.
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RA ES OF FARE FROM BURNS TO ONTARIO AND 1ST» NVI RING HUM»:
M M. BRIERLY P. C.
of the New York Recorder writes
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C sa *. N ewell , Ad’j’t.
•’ West Fall
•• Gross ( Ry
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that while the horizon is black with
•• Ben lab
war cloul*, a more subtle and pre
U. 8. MAILS.
Frieght and Passengsrs must
sistent foe has entered the czar «
” _ he" way-billed
Passenger fare paid in advance
Arsives and departs daily, Sundays excepted.
kingdom and is making sad havoc
H arby F loyd ,
N eri A crle
with his people. The failure
BUSKS—CANTON CITV :
Arrive« Mondays. Wednesdays, Fridays,«pw.
erope ia every day increasing the
Vsaves Tuesdays, Tuesdays A Saturdays 4 am.
Wren Frew looked at the bill hr
thought the Custom-House was at
fault, so he went home and hunted
up a tariff hook and figured out just
J. N. Dolph ' what the tarifi ought to lie.
(j. 8. Senators
| J. II Mitchan
R. Binger Hermenn i is the wav he made it:
. Ad-volorem duty ®n articles
Secretary of State
J. B. McElroy valued at $2, at 40 per c<nt . I .80
Bupt. Public Instruction K
". 8. Bean. j Specific duty on 1 nound manu
/ W l‘m. P. Lord
> W W. Thaxer factured wool at 35 cents
B URNS BUTCHER SHOP.
Close Connection is Made