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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1895)
—The following is the last news
—Messrs Shown and James of
—Timothy seed for sale or trade
—J. F. Boyle, photographer, is
we have from the senatorial con Harr.ev were in Burns last Monday.
this still here.
A rare opportunity
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WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY Ï0 18'6
test at <ialem; Dolph 35. Williams
all who have not
—The bill of Mr. Gowan known
24, Hare 10, Raley 6, Weatherford as senate bill No 137. A bill for I —The litth* Gem Saloon, is a already supplied themselves with
an act roestablish a graded school “gem ” in eierv particular. Bob samples of his excellent work. Ro
HAS THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF
] —Cal Borden, formerly of this in Eastern Oregon provides that Reed proprietor. Bob says, ‘*i come member his prices, $3.00 per doz.
ANY NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
for eabinets. He guarantees to
county but now residing in the web $5,000, of I he general fund of the and see me”.
please even themost fastidious.
foot country, has gotten e nough of state shall be appropriated to es-
webfoot, and we are informed he is t iblishand rm intaiu a graded s< hcol
—The Elite Saloon has again
coming back here in the spring.
in Burns Harney County Oregon changed hands. The proprietors
Burns 1st. and 3rd. Sundays of
—Fred Denstedt desires to givej That the directors of said school give ’ are now Caldwell and Smith, The piNAL PljtOOF
the month 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.
I notice, to all persons interested in a bond fin the sum of $10,000 to ! building has undergone a complete
Narrows 2nd. Sunday, 11a. m.and
I artesian efforts, in this countv, to comply with the provisions of the' I renovation, this being done by the LAND OFFCE Feb. AT I 1895,
7 p. in. Silver Creek 4th. Sunday
I act, this bond to be approved
bv , present pioprietors. The bar fix Notice 1 b hereby Riven that the following-
| procure artesian water,’that he will,
11 a. rn. and 7 p. m Harney 5th
se. tier lins filed notice of his intention
of| tures. pool table, pictures etc from named
with prop r encouragement, get an
to make final pi.wif in support of hi claim, mid
Sunday 11 a. m. and 7 p- rn and
will be made before Reuialer A
the apparop;iations to be used by the Caldwell saloon have been Receiver proof
at I nies Ore, on ìlarih 14 1S"5, ila-
Thursdays at 7 p. m. before the 1st.
KOK T krkili ..
the directors in purchasing neces moved to the Elite. Give them a li Y Ud
No KG for the W>$ 8W>4, A WJ< NW', See
and 3rd Sundays, Poison Creek I —Senator Bland has accepted tin sary furniture apparatus etc The
1< Tp S4 s K . 0 h .
He names the following witnesses to proie
Thursday at 7 p. m. after 1st. and ■invitation to deliver several lec buildingforsuch graded schorl worth I
his continu, ne ri-eldenee un >n and ciiltii at<>n of
laud, vis J ohn R J knkins , O hvii . i . k D
j tures iii Colorado, after the adjourn
HUSK, R o KKHT J McKlNNoM, W J JOHNSON ail
$12,000 and sufficiently large to ac
—Get one of I. 8. Geer & Co’s, of
ment of the present congress. His j
R ev . G ibson ,
THOM AS JONES, Register.
commodate 200 students.
premium purchase tickets. This
Pastor. subject will be “The Battles in
firm agrees to give the holder of
Congress since 1873 for the Free
such tickets a fine life size Crayon
Coinage of Silver and the Fight yet
Portrait absolutely free of any
. to come.”
—W. N. Jorgenson has just re
W ashington , I). C., Feb. 11 —Tn charge, by purchasing $20 worth
a supply of first class violins,
the Senate to-day a memorial was of goods for cash at their store. It
—There will be a dance ati
Lechers Hall on the 22nd of Feb. i ter a few days since from a party | presented from the Legislature of is not necessary that the whole vio.in bows, and a very excellent
desiring to nut m water works here, Arizona protesting against the re amount should be purchased at one selection of violin and guitar
—Mr. and Mrs. Sturdevant are that is to furnish water for the I
moval of United States troops from time, but anv amount from 5 cents strings.
now residents of our town.
town by piping from some spring the agency at San Carlos, Ariz. to $20 as explained upon the tick-
—Mrs. Mary Matthes, milliner,
—School election on Monday the adjacent to the town, This plan of The memorial sets forth that there 1 ets.
just received a stock of desira
4th of March. Town election the getting the supply of water for | ¡ are 4,uuv
ble millinery and holiday goods.
house-hold purposes is certainly near San Carlos, on the White
Give her a call and examine her
A Legislative Session
Mountain Reservation. The effect
goods, she is satisfied she can please
—The snow in our town and the best if the cost is not too great.
| of the abandonment of the post by provokes more newspaper comment
her customers both in quality of
valle}* is slowly disappearing.
— David B. Hill again expressed troops would precipitate a revolt of( than almost any other subject of
wares and prices.
The hist two
—Mrs. Emanuel Clark who
himself, a few days since, in the
piive them of a market for their |
John Day Hour at C. H. Vœgtly’s
reported very sick, a few days
senate strongly in favor of silver, wood and grain, which last, year Oregon law making bodies afforded
sale at $5.50 a barrel, cash
and hoped that silver would soon gave them a revenue (_ .
offer holds good for the next
be restored to its place on an equal The memorial further states that as , cussion, and the next general as
—Our neighbor 1). M. McMena
a result of want and suffering pro-^embly will be no exception to the thirty days.
ity with gold.
my is feeding quite a number of
duced among the Indians bv the .rule. Whatever occurs the public
C. H. VoEGTLY,
— Count Bismark a short time loss of th's market ot San Carlo an
knows that the Daily and Weekly
since, in a speech, expressed him insurrection would follow, and til e
—Messrs Cecil, Oakerman, John self decidedly in favor of an inter Arizona Legislature therefore pro- Capital Journal of Salem will give
sen ; ■ ' Clsrk of Silver Creek were national conference, for the remon tests against the execution of the correct reports of its work as well
War Department’s order for the as intelligent discussion of the
in town yesterday.
etization of silver.
troops’ removal —The Republic.
same. If you want to know what.
—D. L. Shirk, after a visit of
| is done, how it is done, and wl:v,
—Starving and freezing in Ne- J
several day’ here and at Harney, [ braska. An appeal for help ends' Notice Of Dissolution Of Part vou should read the Capita! Join m.l
B and I nstruments
left for liis home in Catlow Valiev I as follows: Send s:on or it will be
! It is the first One Cent Daily pub-
Will elect our NEXT PRESIDENT
, too late, for we are now down ro
flow ts the time to form new Rande for Campale a puw-
. lished on the Pacific coact, an I i
apocini I ducamontB for |St)2-
Know all men by these presence | conducted in the interest of the pooos. We are Send offering
ai «nee for lll.ntrnfed Calulagun.
the last point. If von can onlv
JOHN F. STRATTON
—Mrs. Nancy Parker, we are in send us a little, it will keep us a i that the co-partnership, heretofore
people. The Daily will be sent you
formed, has traded her town prop little longer. Oh. friends, it is t xisting and known as D. L. and
a year for $3.00, four months for
erty here, for real estate in, or near, awful to suffer the way we are do- W. H. Shirk is this day and date
$1.00 per year. Like the Daily it
Carl Thorbahn. Musical Director.
ing, going from one to four days1 February 9th 1895 dissolved by is payable cash in advance, and no Standard Theatre Chicago,
Ills. Aor'i, 14, 1892.
Furthermore paper will be sent after your time Messrs. Joltn.F. Stratton
•—Thomae Dodson received a let-1 without anything to eat but Indian | mutual
Dear Sirs—1 mu pt. .i eu to bo able to
i tor from an uncle living tn Arkan biscuits. That is a kind of root that each and not one for the other, expires.
Positively “no pay no- state that 1 can highly n-.-. niiueiid y< ur Rus
saw. His uncle m rites, times are that grows on the prairie, The I but each foi himself snail assume ! paper.” The Journal is a modern sian Gilt Strings f r I'ur-ibilitv ml tone.
Your orders fur tlivi.1 should be treuicnd-
I hard and stock very low
ground is now covered with snow j his own obligations and that neith 1 newspaper run on modern methods. om.
Tours truly, CAliL TnORBAIlN
M arried —In Harney on Sun and it is hard to find these roots er shall stand as ’surety for the | It ¡8 conducted in the interest of
day the 17th inst., M. B. Hayes now. Mav God open your kind other. In witness whereof we have the people editorially as well as in
set our hand and seal, this 9th day | I a business sense. Its editor being
land Miss Belle Claypool, were hearts and help us what you can.
t • ».' I
a member of the lower house, his
¡united in marriage.
—The I. O. O. F. in this place of Feb 1895
I). L. S hirk , seal
editorial work will be doubly inter
— Prairie City is excited because is having quite a boom. There has
W. H. S hirk ,
Iof a mining claim near there which been in the last month 15 or 20 ad-1
■ assays, according to report, $32,000
H ofer B ros ., Editors,
healthy and certainly speaks vol-1
Inwort ers of and Wholesale Dealers in oil kinds of
to the ton.
I nines for the order here.
It leaves j
Bit. 813.815.817 Ea^t 9th St.. New York
—J. Gould has put up a water
no doupt but that the order in this
wheel for irrigating purposes to
Weekly Weather Report
town and ci unty is very popular, now in my hands with a warrant
raise water from the river which he and the work of adding members attached commanding me forth
—John Sweitzer,carpen ter, under
affirms to be greatly superior to any will not stop here but many more with to collect the taxes thereon.
taker and cabinet-maker. His work
within his knowledge.
good and worthy men have signi I
shop is the old restaurant building.
—Sain Mothershead typo in the fied their appreciation of the lodge |
Mr.Sweitzer guarantees his work at
Item’s office in Harnev makes fre and determination of becoming
prices to suit the hard times. Cof Saturday . . 44 . . ... 0 below
quent visits to our town. The boys members of the order in the near 1895.
fins made to order. Will take pro Sunday.... 43 . . . e AU *) «.
and also older persons are very glad future
duce partly for work and balance in Monday. . . 41....
see him, and we really don’t think
the young ladies object.
viding for the location and reloca
—Rye Smyth has returned from tion of county seats passed. This!
Ferry’s Seeds nt your dealers
as fresh and fertile as though
Tex as where tie has been with bill provides that when eyer a
F you got them direct from Feiry’s W
' Seed Farms.
horses He got rid cf his horses I majority of the voters of anv countv
but at very low prices. Chas. De
l in the state shall, by petition, ask ,
wit is still there, at least, Rye left!
that the question of relocation of
are known and plained every- A
him there, he had not yet disposed county seat be submitted to a vote
L where, and ure alivaj-s tl.o A
b«-»l. I'errySSrel Annnal Sty
of his tiAiid of horses.
for 1SO.A tells ull about
iof the county, the county court
them, — Free.
D. M. Ferry 4 Co.
—We do net hear much said shall then fix a date for said elec |
about our town or school election, tion. The I ill also of Senator
LEE LUCAS, P roprietor
which coin^s off in a short time. Gowan detaching Harney, Grant
Thn secretary c-i t!ir
. 11 llamen 5 • -. < -.-
We presume because of the scarcity and Malheur Counties from the moi
This large and comfortable hotel is well furnished and the proprie
ms us tl»>i :.
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every effort possible to make his guests feel at home
cf money every one is to busy keep- sixth judicial district, appointing er tKM thine- - ,:-
Uible is at all times supplied with everything the market af
ing the wolf from the door to say or judge and prosecuting attorney arid • » • :,r. • <>.
think much about elections of a .y. fixing lime for holding court. pa«s-
Give Mr. Lucas a <
i 1 feel assured you w."
ed the lower house.
his guest when in town.
Etas S eeds