East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, January 03, 1894, Image 7

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    Masqtirade Bad at the Armory manent cure and return the young standing on the brink of the Stine’s
Hall on the evening of January 12. manto his friends sound in mimi Mountain Gorge, casting your ev« a
1894.
MIU1
downward, you take a survey of a
( ' 4
c-invr. n more than a mile in height,
—The Dallas Itemizer s.ivs the I
A Few Buffalo Left.
a vertical rent, at the bottom of
former residents of Harnev V alley, I
which winds a serpentine rivulet,
about thirty in iiun.bt r met at 1 he
.-J
at
this time of the year quiet ami
residence of T. .1. Morrison Tuesday
tranquil, but in the spring a roaring
evening the 26th ult.. for the pur­
cataract, caused by the melting
pose—the Itemizer supposes—of
snow The borders are fringed wuh
contrasting the advantages to be
grass, an I is the home of the plum —
found there with what they former
frA 1R G U A R A ? ! T fÎE □.
tail deer at certain peri ids of the
Iv endured. The H eraid will
year.
G. C
wager the cigars that more than
ADDiZSC: SAN FRANCISCO CAL.
three fourths of the thirty, wished
___ I
—The Democratic Central Com­
themselves
back in Harnev Valiev.
. i I
mittee for Harn *v County, are re­
— The old trapper Mr Withero,
—William Harvey is sole agent
quested, bv the Chairman of said
Th3 Hsrill
who
was found dead in an unoecip-
for the Salem Woolen Mill Store,
e nnmiltee to cmveue at some
in this and Grant counties. Blank ied house on cow creak a few days I
I
suitable room or hall in the town of
WEDNESDAY JANUARY 8. 181S
ets fine as silk, robes inferior to ago. is supposed to have died from
fea I Burns on Thursday the 4th dav of
none, overshirts and underwear as natural causes. He left Harney I
ami January IS'. 4 Throtjcct of tiim
two
or
three
davs before he was
cheap
as
the
cheapest,
socks,
gloves,
LARGEST CIRCULATION 0P
»»»m vmnipeBi, sock s,
•
m* eting has already bet n t-xplaici d
!
mittens,
ANY NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
niit,en8’ overcoats, flannels by the
the-
" e
wa8 sick at the
o the members of the committee in
yard, cloth by the yard, ladies dress jt,me’ Hnd U 8ee,ns' trni" whi“ we
the
column of the E 0 H erald as
('omni il h ¡cat ion.
can
learn,
he
got
too
sick
to
reach
(
-—
- ■ ■ - - ~ —
1 j flannels. etc. etc. Takes measuris
well as written communications to
his own cabin which was several
for
men
’
s
and
youth
’
s
clothing.
•
' he me iibers by the chairman.
Bl.ITZEN, Oreg in
r P. FISHER, NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING
J-1- Axent, 21 Merchant«' Exchang., ban Fran- Call and see him, office at the miles further on and took refuge in
J. L C ro * s ,
E d , H erald : I land»d in voir <
,i»co, is our authorized agent. Thi» paper is
; the building where his hodv was
kept on file in his office.
French Hotel.
town on Th inksgiving and stnye
found. The Coroner was notified
over i.ight and have been on th
—Tomorrow the democratic cen­ and went immediate ly toinvestigaU
move ever since I have just r<
tral committee meets. We hope the circumstances of his death, but
Local News.
turned from a trip to the P Ranci
Scientific American
• the committee will be governed, in , has not vet returned, so we are not
Agency for
where 1 was accompanied by m
—School book» and stationary ] its deliberations, bv a strict sense I able to publish his report in this two granddaughters, to wit; Mis
cheap for cash, at the Hardware j of justice and fairness towards the ' issue.
Hattie Bunyard and Miss Ann
; whole people of the county, show- I
store of C. H. Voegtly.
—
The Xmas festivities on Silvet Comegy.s. We were plrasuntlv en
(ing conclusively that the democra-
tertained by Mr. French and wer<
— Henry Long has purchased J.
OAVVATS,
icy of this county are determined to i Creek held at the school house wa-
TRAD! MARKS,
the recipients of his hospitality for
Gould’s interest in the Elite Saloon.
a
very
enjoyable
occasion,
except
OKSION FATINTS,
break down, if possible, all section 1
COPYRIGHTS, etoJ
,
.
, to at the op
ning. it was found thf three days, and all told we had in For Information »nd free
—During holidays Mr. and Mrs. al strife, and a determination
Handbook writ» to
;
MlINN A CO- Uul B i «> ai > wat 7N kw YORK.
enjoyable time. The scenery at th Oldest
bnr»»ll for »eourlng patout, tu America.
A. Venator accompanied by Mrs. work for the welfare of the county • Lob Baker was absent, which was
Kvvry I'Htent t»kcn put by u, 1» brought before
’ such a surprise to all present, as It, 1’. Ranch is magnificent, and natu c the
public by a notice' given free ot obargo lu the
Blevins, gave us a pleasant r ill.
and its citizens.
create some alarm, fearing that has lavished all her gifts to makeit >neutific American
—Mrs. Marshall and her daugh
—Young America asserted i's ' Bob had become su l lenly ill ot a little Paradise. Mr. Frenc
circulation of any »cientlflc paper tn the
ter Miss Nora residing near the claim to recognition last Simdav met with an accident a deputation knows how to entertain compute luuveat
world. Splendidly llluetrated. No Intelligent
should bo without It. Weekly ¿S3, Utt a
Narrows, visited Burns the latter night, in our town. by drumming was sent to his home to investigat« and this trip will long be remember uuui
ycari •l.Nlalx month, Addre,, MUNN A CO.
PoBUHUkiu, 3tfl Broadway,New YorkCity.
part of last week.
ed
by
our
little
party.
The
geolog
out the old year and ushering in and report the reason of hit absence
I
—Quite a number attended the the new, having an utter contempt | In the mean time a committee ical formation of the Stines Moun­
<..* condolence.
..... '....., tain count!v is very interesting as
ball last Monday evening. The for the coventionalism of more ar- • drafted resolutions of
next dance is the masquerade on istocratic towns, coal oil cans, tri* I which were read, by the chairman, connected with the P. Ranch. Here
angles, bells, and the immaculate to the audience. A vote was about we find an outer wall several bun
the 12th inst.
veil, the latter being the main fac- i to betaken on the resolutions, when dr d feethigh which bounds this
—Mr. Geo. Smyth and wife of
f Bob stepped into the school hou.si pretty Valley, and to the east is a
Diamond Valley, were in Burns tor. were the make up of the youth
PLANT FKHII V’N HE I: DM
I accompanied by the deputation, series of over lying stratas which
tbla year, »nd makr up fur lo»t lima
two or three days of this week, ful serenaders The slumbering
. Ferry’» <*e«-<l Annunl tor ISM wlUj
form
an
elevated
plateau
through
citizens were disturbed only to turn an explanation was m-ked for b'
k give you luauy valuuble I iii . in J
leaving for home this morning.
about w hut to ruin.- »nd bow lo^H
r»iM- it. it coiuxinx inform»-
over exclaiming Hurrah! for young lhe audience, anil given by the dt p which streams have scored deep
to
from no < tbr^^V
—Greeting: A happy and pros­ America.
gorges.
Far
toward
the
the
north
illation as follows; The deputation
Boure». Krrc to
«
M. Ferry A
perous New Year to our readers
I found Bob at home bound hand ■ s spread out the great valley of the
Detroit,
—
The
Items
of
the
last
isrue
Mick.
May your lines fall in smooth
land foot and tied to the bedstead, Harney Basin and its isolated nobs
places your larder he well stocked* ' mad” a heavy lick at the H erald this, Bob explained to the drputa and ridges which mark the coin
a smiling wife and happy children. just because an item of news ap 1 tion, was done bv his brother Nick iiieiicement of this region. The ta
peared in its columns concerning—1
— In the White Front liyery sta- well no matter what it 'concerned | because of some misdemeanor on hie land and abrupt nobs of the
1 )e last Thursday morning, Austin] There is no danger of the Items- the part of Bob effecting b ick and Stines Mountain and P. Ranch Vsl ¡"ATct RE°u‘t ?
lì
1
M C hiu obeli
Goodman was kicked by a horsa on , ' getting the H erald in its pocket, | he (Nick) took this way to get re­ ley are not up heavels but lines of j fOL’ Arrvle
W.« »ay»:
After
relief it is the valleys that have hi »croizptiiyiiw »tutrni<*nt Weight »Wort
venge.
B9U IH VII IU II1H
the arm, between the elbow and (
I. y wrlitbt «nd meaxur»- B
......... A4 In S3 In 10 u.
land the H erald has no desire to
been made and not the Mountains
i., will «how tiir ri-auItauiiWatn.. ilio at
in.
wrist, breaking one bone of the I
ith«'Iruatturiit
llUya.... Mm. hila, u ■»
—John Parker, a young man 25 Thi, mountains show the former AT • n bi > IS
pocket the Items, for it might be
TrltAItD BY MAIL.
CONF IO f N It U
arm.
tnl- # and with
starvi««, b-wnvtnw-ucs, cr t»«d
its liabilities are so heavy as to tear or 30 years old, a resident of this level of the entire region When I •Lii
r partlcM.ar» t'. trr«., wftn a ce ii« in stampa,
e < o. w f . ksroca. M'iwri iiutu cuci» in
—Miss Daisy Robertson, sister its trousers and then a row with county near Lawen post office, wa-
brought into town yesterday by J.
of Mrs. Harry Thompson residing Sophie would be inevitable.
I’. Dickenson and J. H. Jordan
in our town, has secured a scholar­
—
The
Ontario
Burns
mail
1 T|)e latter gentleman reported to
ship in the State Noimal School at
is
taken
about
.>1,000
cheaper
than
|
cotmty judge that Mr. Parker I ’
Monmouth. Miss Robertson resides
ever before and no contractor up actions the day before were such as
in Drewsey.
,
to the present has been able to make to warrant his friends and neigh­
—The following are now the of ends meet. The contract, ^taken bors that he was crazy. After re
ficers ot the Burns Mason Lodge: now at $8,888 per annum means to cei’’ing the report an examination
John W. Sayer, W M ; William us Hung on the line no mail service was ordered and Parker declared in­
Miller, S. W.; Charles Voegtly, J. and troulde and vexation of spirit sane and an order immediately is­
M ; J C. Welcome, Treas.; Geo W. to drivers sfRble keepers and hotels. sued to Sheriff Sittings to convey
LOCHER’S HALL
Hayes. Secy.;J. Burnham Hun­ This does not say much for the him to lhe Asylum. The sheriff
tington, Ty.;
wisdom of the contractor unless he left here yesterday evening on the
Every Evening
at
7:3d P. M
is
a rascal and expects to beat his Ontario stave, with his charge,
It is now expected there will be
Monday .... ..
............... Gentlemen.«
Beginners
This is the third time the young Tuesday ........
another sale of the O. P. R. R or way.
••
........... Ludies’
dered to take place inside of six
_ I. S. Geer returned home last man has been adjudged insane and I Wednesday
Ladies A Gentlemen Advanced.
•nonths. The present sale only Monday morning after an absence I sent to the asylum, He ended his Thursday............................................. ■ .>.,.
I
Ladies’ Advanced
realizing sufficient to pay about ten of two weeks
While absent his second incarceration by taking Friday ....................................................... Gentlemen’s Advanced.
Percent of the indebtedness the1 business called him to Fortland, french leave and making his way Saturday................................................ ................. Social for all.
court will not confirm the sale.
Baker City and other places, He home across the mountains which
All the latest dances will be taught, the following list to he selected
was some time ago Last Monday
~~It is estinated that the human, also visited his Bro. Ralph, who is
he concluded his mother and some | from: Rye Waltz, Comas Waltz, La Marsholaine, La Mode, Yorke,
family in the average life of each, now in the Hardware business Mt.—
Bon Ton Gavotte, Berlin, Creola, Jersey, Mnnitour, Spanish Yorke,
' ’ ’•’unie about seven four horse Vancouver and doing very well.' of his friends bail lived long enough Highland Glide, F’irrouette, May Schottiaclie, and many others.
*aRon loads of provision more than Ralph did not forget his little friend ' and made an attempt to end their
No gentleman visitors admitted.
Jack Ragon, but remembered him |existence, hence it was found nec
’’’“sseniia! to health. We presume
Terms
8
lessons
13 50.
this does not apply to the thousands' by presenting him a very fine razor essarv to again place him in con- Ladies 8 “
I i*>.
regu- ' finement and under the care of
0 unemployed in our government with the injunction to uie it
New
Quadrille
will
be
taught
Saturday
Evenings.
than competent physicians, whom we
of work and clamoring for larly if for no other purpose
Geo. W. Y oung .
I hope will I* able to effect a per-
keeping his face clean.
•onitthing to eat.
Don’t Lose
Heart.
pm
mo
Dancing Instructions.