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CONSOLIDATE» JULY 22, 1890.
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JULY U 1897
sheriff lias paid all such amounts
on hand at the end of each month.
Frar’Ci»co and the
Amasa Barrow has a chicken
1 hat said --------
over and accounted for all funds by
hay««»»en seutfrom Smyrna ranch not far from Nogales, Ariz,
him collected belonging to said to 1 angier for the purpose of tender ' on which he has divided matters
ing support to the representations , between conscience and thrift with
United Sates Consul-general Burke [ true Yankee ingenuity, says the
The county clerk was authorized
- has made to the sultan of Morocco, New York Sun. Barrow's local
and requested to furnish the clerk
which representations go far have nickname is Old Honesty, and
of Grant county with a statement
failed to have effect. For some those who know him bast do not
of the amount paid out on account
Haye on Hand a New and Complete stock of
years past, American citizens liv- hesitate to declare that he wouldn’t
of H. Payne, and request that 3aid
I ing in Morocco have complained take an advantage, even in a horse
county pay the same.
that they have been harassed in trade. Ho is a survival of the se-
their business operations by the vere old Puritan morality which
Senator Harris Head.
, refusal of the authorities to permit j | held to take a pin was as bad as to !
Washington, July 8.—Senator
Isham G Harris of Tennessee died
But that does not hinder him 1
at his residence a few minutes be I that they require. The ordering
Boots & Shoes,
[ of the warships to Tangier is taken from being as anxious as tho next I
fore 5 o'clock this afternoon. The
senator had been growing constant
So, when he decided to start a
ly weaker for several days, the in | feels that the only manner in which
tense neat which has prevailed
greatly affecting him and no doubt to a sense of their duty in the .nat- at once the big advantage it would
1 ter and due attention secured for giye hnn to grow his chickens I
hastening his end.
I the consul general's representation across the lite in Old Mexico. But
Senitor Harris was last in the
senate chamber about 10 days ago I is by a show of force, but there is ho wanted to suply the Arizona |
no idea that anything more than i l trade, and to pay the duties would
I but he was uuable tn stay for any
WRITE US FOR PRICES
1 length of time and he had to be mere demonstration of nayal force ( 1 eat up h's profits.
[ taken home in a carriage.
A special to the Herald from thing was easy enough Barrowjust
Prices as lew as any II. R. point, with addition of freight.
built an international henhouse. I
senator had been able to attend to Washington says: :
The sultan of Morocco is to be
American money changed into
i his duties only at intervals and had
£W“MAIL ORDERS giren special attention.
.been away from the city sevaal coerced by American men-of war I Mexican money meane nearly $2
in order that punishment may be | for $1, while tho cheap prices of
times endeavoring to recuperate.
Probably no man in the public indicted upon one of his subjects labor and products increase the ad-
life had been identified with more | who assaulted an American citzen vantage of the buyer. But his
the history of this country than | The vessels are on their way to chickens and eggs would command
County Court Proceedings.
had Senitor Harris. He had al I Tangier. Tbeyare thcSanFrancisco, far higher prices on the Arixonia
most completed his 79th year. | Bagship and the Raleigh. The or- side of the line, If he bought his
P'UbUHSD EVERY WEDNESDAY
supervisor of district No. 9 for the
He first became a member of, ders to the San Francisc and Ra- grain and other feed for his chick
remainder of this year.
congression-1 lei8h were tl)e result of a request ens in Mexico he would get it for
congress in 1849. His congression
that ofi , reived by the state department about half what it would cost him
McDonald A- Altnow granted li-> al career began eai_____________
P ublishers and P roprietors .
quor license for a period of six any member of either house, ante-'['
General, David N. in Arixonia, But Amasa Barrow
•dating Sen tors Morrill andT Sher-'1,urke- stationed at Tangier. Mr. would not smuggle chicken feed
the boundary, that would be
I man by seven years and Hon. Gal-- Uulke an,,ounccd thatan American across
In the matter of the road begin
All kinds of Machine extras, Mowing and Reaping Machinery,
Ont Year ....................................................... $2.00
So he built a long coop:
ning at the SE corner of the NE1-4 usha A. Grow, now a msinber of that he had asked the Moorish'goy i or pen half on the Arizoniu
Threw Month!.................................................... 75
Plows, Bicycle Sundries, etc.
of the NE1 4 of section 22 S R 31 the house from Pennsylvania, by ernment to arrest and punish the land half extending down into
E and intersecting with the Burns- one year.
He was there three times in suc „ i American’s assaillant ami that up I Mexico. lie burs all hia suplies
road. II. Elliott, A. Me
, i to the present time there were no ton the other tile arid »-torrs them
r Kinxie and James Hutchinson were cession before the war, elected gov | indications that ths lequest would therein shed* Niv.ra grain of
• TÀTÏ—OKEllOS :
<i. w. McBriue. appointed viewers, and J. II. Neal ernor of.his state and was serving' be granted.
I Ids chickei feed e rrii I across the Garden Seeds and Sporting Goods.
!wh,R Km«'U*’ surveyor, to lay out and report on | in that capacity when the war I
broke out. He took a pronounced .
Tin Shop in barney Co
* ' wmr'eLi’>ni' sa'd proposed road; to meet at the .
I their fill, lie shooes them back to
stand for the southern confederacy.
laeretary of State
Give us a call and wc will Convince you that ws can give better
• ■ Albert Sydney Johnson fell from old Sol King livery gtable burned, ,tar8 an,J «Uipf»- '>>«Y 1«/ their prices than anyone.
i apt. Public Inntructiuu
w iuMd» 19th day of July, 1897, and duly
5 late Printer
- 1 his horse into Senator Harris armsi
> r '. . Wolverton
s. Bcm ' qualify within five days thereafter
a kitten escaped from the flames ! eggs and hatch their young.
bis death wound.
A. . Moore
I f F. . a
Moore and enter upon their duties and - i l ; when be received
, a»d ran among11 the crowd which
NINETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
! report to the court before the next
bad gathered to witnes thoconfla-i
® «‘rift JiUjcs
i United States senate and has been
Mg* i t Attorney
C. W. Parrish,
O. L. Patteraou. regular term.
a member ever since and would I
A. W.Gowan ;
Execution having been issued , have completed bis twentieth con
cd.anuitsapptarancc ij p ahdlo the'
. (’. P. Rutherford. upon the judgment against A. Git- secutivo year in that body on the
. .. .
_ l«_ proved by tlioitatemenU of load
11. Kelley tings, I. F. Mahon, J. C. Garrett. I
sympathies of a Chinaman present! O cl iOS |Ug drn.igisu «verywh-r.-. sh-.w
I )ON NEGA N, Proprietors,
4lh of next month.
Tretiiurer........................ . 7K)
*•>« l*oplo have an abidlnx coaOdcuc«
Sir/e-or ........................ D
A . J. McKinnon I L. Harkey, Carrol Cecil, J. C t
< « * ' ff
1 In Hood’» Sarsaparilla. Great
W. S. Waters Wooley, Joel Sturtevant, C. E. Ran
days ago a gentleman happened m-|
proved by the voluntary atate-
•eh »ol Superintrn'lent ; .. .(D)
I M I n vis
to Chinaman Gene's washhouse and **III OS mentaot thoiuamb of n-.-ju auJ
<♦<•< k I nkpccUir
women show that Hood’s Sarsapar.lU ue-
Geu. Hagey the sheriff was authorized to accept
A North Yakima man who at noticed a very old cat lving th»re.
tuall/ does possess
Fino Wines, L-iquorc And Cigars
LA N D office :
over disease by purifying, en-
tended the recent races at Heppner. On making inqiry lie found it to1 rj
Th»mas Jone a from each of llii defendants who
6 UwV©r richlng and invigorating tha
... A. A. Cowing
shall settle a one tenth part of the I Mys if God will ...........................
forgive him he. have been the kitten that escaped J blood, upon which not only health but 11.'J
itself depends. The great
amount due on the judgment with-1 will never go there again to a horse 1 the flames of the old stable many
of ,,oo<1■, Sar“P»rnl» ln
ourteous treatment guaranteed. Your patronage soliciten
years ago. It was Gene who took Qncnncc
10 days, 17 27 thereof it,
in county 1 I race, because, s.iys a Pendleton ex-1
Q UUvvOO curing others warm’ll»
you in believing that a faithful use of Hood's
Karsaparilla will cure you if ymi suffer from
and said sheriff is also authorized . ness and the all round slicknees of
SYLVA REBKKAII DefreeNo.lS.
any trouble caused by Impure blood.
Mctaoverv 1st si»<Lr..l We<lne«a*> ■
to accept from each of said defend- the horsemen from outsido was too
M!»jcnlll« Mel’heelc: • N.O.
Moore Elmer has returned to
ants who arc unable to to settle on 1 much for even his credulous soul.
U •« I- oc» Zeigler. Rec. See !
Ths last day of the races Hepp- Baker City from geological rc-
the above terms, his promissory
got drunk. The majority of searches in Malheur county, The
a . o. u. w.Bum« Lodge. No <7.
‘ note, due in one year, for a one
Burns.Canyon Stage Line
Meet.every 2d and4thTiiurtdaye-
Heppnerites, at least soak I young man has been a student in .
H M Horton, M. W.
j w »•>«’. Kee'J ; note must be well secured and ap ed—if they did not ‘’drown their th« Cass school of applied science, Is tlie One True Blood Purifier. Alldrugghtr Ct
J. A. H ai . laday , contractor.
___ ______________ proved by the County Judge; pro troubhs in the flowing bowl.” Old I Cleveland, O. Among the speci Prepared only by C. I. Hood A < 0., Ix>we!l, M.i*.i.
Carrying U. S. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Co’s Exp««
| sided always, that no note shall be Jim someliody, who owns the race 1 mens of perhi-torie age, Mr Elmer ,,
** uk'’- ’“V
harnsy lodge , no . T7. loo f .
accepted until note», warrants and track, took off bis hat ar.d swore brought with bitn remains of fishes [ I1OOU S Filili to ojwruts. lic.uU.
L ’avc Burns Tuesday.Thursday,Saturday,for Canyon Cfcy
044 Ftll’Xi Hall, every satu. ia..
ri d ii.larn.edii.ti >oints, Fare $5.
y p.xiiVcr ¿ery. cash sufficient to pay said judg- he would plow up the track and and cretaceous life. He made aval
inent in full shall be delivered to sow it to alfalfa. F
it is through
liable find of a piece of bone 10 in-
said sheriff, ..nd when the judg r.o fault of Heppner that the Yak-! ehea in diainct- r from the lower leg
makes a spudi.ity <f
ment shall have been thus paid the ima man will shun it. It has the bone of a niaitodor. that unit hare ■
■ __ M 3 ft S ILpilep-.sy, has without
Sj id ■
dou >t trcat»’ i nn l c-.ir-
C- A SWEEK,
sheriff shall then turn the same gvmest pugilists, prettiest wetnon, been of monstrous size.
*4 more <as - than any
over to the county treasurer, taking and the best girls’ band ever heard’
n 3 l > * ‘ huvr he l < I j
his receipt therefor.
The ladies, dressed in their band I
of 20 years’ st?nd:r. ;
The work begun l»y Mrs. L M
The clerk was ordered to have uniforms, played on the street eve
Miller,of Eugene,to publish a West-
printed in T he T imes H erald no ry evening, and they play, too-no
ro-magamne, devoted to Western
tice for bids to furnish 30 cordx of stopping to see if their hats are on
and the preservation of
I»y thh wurM-u l-le celebrity
juniper wood, to be delivered on or straight:
ih . w out an t f»u sale exclusively by siib^crtpflun.
Indian tradition and historical data,
»■ly book given tn the puNfc by Saui J oats H ten >ears.
before Nov. 1, 1897.
k.iiu-<l by I v- IJ. F. JI tyi -n. Inliudiit-tion In Jli’lK.p
of his absolute cure, free to any sufferers
is meeting with more than ,hs an tie
tn<- M. F. < l.uicl!. xxitli. ». *i
whomny sen 1 their p. O an 1 E p< .a 1.
The amount of booty secured by
l_*2 hiilcudid illuntintions. A iMinanta for agcals. Mo»t
In the matter of the report of
REAL ESTATI AGENT.
Y. e advlne any one wiahin * a < uro to «<! !• 1
lupi'lly, easily »clliug book of tlie age.
the viewers on E L. Olivier's peti the postoffee robber or robber«, in
cided to issue th» publication at
tion for a road of public easement, Baker City, is greater than was at
Ont» for Ayrnt'a Outfit, and co Crnti for Our
yu-piig«» Hiu^iraUd LaUiuguc ol Bible«, Albums, UU
first reported At the time. Post
CB.EGOÎT continued for the term.
master Foster could only give the the Guard. The first issue will
In the xenii-annual settlement
amount of cash and stamps miss probably be out abaut September
tF*I’r»ctice* b< f<*e V- 8. Land Office
with the sheriff. A. J McKinnon
ing from the safe. Since then lie
delivered to the court all his books
and is the result Gt cold« nnd
and receipt* stubs in his office per has been able to learn the contents
T o prove it. we give a few it u. fr in > '•».- ) Fa»f .» , mu
u.u 1« within
williin the lati
lael few week*:
sudden climatic changes.
. ’ - . I g.' .
. - <11 i ,4.» Ml .-'',41 In;
Another »ibi l * copie» in twoilara,
I: r»n be C’ir<*d by a pleu-ant
taining to the business of his office, of the regieteid packages taken, and
an>l un> thei
In three <«ayn. On» nr. »1 iu Indiana v»i I IScopir» tu twodiri, Anag-'iit
remedy which i*«,>|.iit-d di
in -otiiht mulina m »!<I M < upiea in U»rec »n»ya. One auenu
iu • «eut'gia
tv u «»ay
rectly ir.to thr- II'. V. •
and the court having examined all
An a ." nt in Central t»< .rgia «• I 'l copie» H tn cara.
.«<!< : the
» - in
nays. W lien yon
Ing • uj I' kly a «orbed it fives
». . •*!•<'» we allow a'»»nts »nd the itnm»' -«• popularity c»f t' .» v o-’ terfnl b»>» k. and tue
of said xtubs and baokt, foui.d that
<i • with wh • h it »• I*, th'-'** k r t ' .ti in witt’ ialive.i v-' r. nunrane ■
« i• I tieLI aneh profit«. b »r •»«•’naer »»n* aa»nt mn< - * Toi.z* ! •. t?<4
about <2000 in all. One package
Ely's Cream Balm
»• I hnn lerbo ?.
ac ■.■ tat et C ajs ; anoimi y>. 5 Li one A*y
said sheriff had, since Jan. 1, 1897,
I» ark now'.edged to b* t
$25 la twadayi; Pn
contained gold dust amounting to
Naaali »tarrh. Cold in IL .4 » U m / b •
a I < >
Residence : collected the sum of «■¿‘i,687 01 13(15. and was sent through the
remedie«. Il open» and •>-*na . *• •
I . HAYNES
HAYNI . PU3i.L-.4NQ
thuya paia and mflauuntt -’n. he« • i »• ** r
fixes and had paid theaame to the mail by a Chinese mining company
from teMa. r»*t r*ath*a^t - 1
jf tea»e ami»melt. Prtr*Mw a’. Dr> rietacr
“VRN< . ..................
QKEGON county trwxurer, and that Said at John l>ay, Grant county.
ILT B«OTUFR% M * arree |Rmi. 5*w Uik.
MASON & LONDON
We want your trade and
order to get it we are offering
unheard of bargains in al! lines:
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
Oregon Forwarding Co
5 $10 Every Day Can Be Made by Agents
Dr. W.L. Marsden.