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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1898)
County Official Paper
Tí ií C k £s.a tiished 1889
(CONSOLIDATED JULY 22, 1896.
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. NOVEMBER 2.1898,
THE 14 DIA N FIGHT.
[of Dave Cutting was seriously
court and costs of appeal taxed at
wounded by a shot in the arm.
(Boise State small.)
Conflicting reports— Further
Olds A King vs Ennly A Vaughn
12 o ’ clock m .
Baker City, Or.. Oct. 28 —A tele
J M Vaughn; default and
Fred Mosier and Frank Duntin phone message from Canyon City
had their horses shot from under states that Columbia Joe and ni. e judgment; order for sale of attached
Onu Year .................................W-*<
Joe Smith arrived here last, them. Fighting is still going on.
on 1 warriors came into Prairie City to property.
u r«’C ’Í ’M '
Thersday evening from Izee and ! The people are flocking into the day and informed the citizens th.
J R Gould vs J M Vaughn ; prom-
was seen by T iie T imes -H erald | -own from the surroundingeountr/ there would be nofuther b!ood»hid. sory note; default and judgment;
STATK— OttEi.ON :
man. Mr. Smith was not in th» | Women and children are greatly
Still great excitement prevail >rder for “ale of attached property.
G. W. McBride.
fight with the Indians but saw i frightened.
and settlers fear futher [trouble, a 1 Pacific Live Stock Co vs James ■
some of the posse, talked with them
< W. R. EiliB
the number of Indians in the vi md Peter Card; Jury returned a
12;30 p in.
< . M. hileman
ÀiUrney Uvuoral .......
cinity is increasing ? nd they ar rerdict for plaintiff for 41.
U •> Kiueaid
l’ha Larges i Steck
A message was received asking,
,«c..t»r>’ uf slate
Fred Haines vs A. J. McKinnon;;
well armed. Several settlers tod.i'
feeler ■■ .............. .“
... GM Irwin
.pi, Fuelle iBilructe.u
Reports are conllicting. Prose
t ji phoned to Baker C.ty fir ..
Tho Lowest Prices.
R .......... W II Laeds
i R. 8. Bean. cuting Attorney Miller received a armed men.
t .premo Ju Ixe,
At 1:30 p.ni. Dr. Ashford and
) F. A. Moore
a telephone message from tlnrifl
amunition. They say they are abk
We solicit your trade and guarantee FAIR TREATMENT to all
NT4 7.rU JL’UI- IAL DISTRICT.
Annie Spencer vs \V. (< Spencer;
to take care of themselves and
,.b ...... M. D. CLIFFOK l » Livingston of Grant county Friday
Jlarti :l Jale?..........
. . C. W. Parrish.
oc.ock. wj]| ellsjjy subdue the Indians up-
(R) .O. L. PatterBon. evening which stated that two In
f ritte X - prase« Ati ve
to \V. J. Coleman to report law and
. . ... .(K)............A. W.ttowan dians were killed, two wounded A posse of citizens from town under
‘ ’ T| on arrival of the fire arms.
the leadership of Judge Laycock
FOUNT!- 1IAKNEY ’.
and two captured.
Cutting, who was killed in Wed
Clarinda Alice Sturtevant vs |
l,ave just left for the scene of battle. nesday’s battle was l urried at Can
Sturtevant; divorce; di finit
T A. McKintioH batti? as it appeared in the Canvon
yon City this afternoon.
> tr /d or
of deft, entered and refered to W. Jt
A. J.McKi- <>n
lioriiT............ .................. li»
. W. s. Wo tei 8
l)r Ashford of Canyon City has
s • r
Coleman to report law and facts.
$ -h s il - upen ntaB.lunt . .(b) . ,W
I M l aviB which we get from the Boise States | El,°er Overholt, special correspond responded to the summons from
<i»-k i ..gpevtor
A. B. Marks
Julia Sylvester vs Peter Sy Ives
; j a .lisaiuauis
Guo. Hagev man.
! Cummings creek the scene of yes i
■ p i
divorce; personal service; de
kiiwxy »’• ».
! terday’s battle to attend wounded
Izee Or,. Oct. 25 —9 o’clock P.M.
.. Thomas Jones
fault entered and refered to W. J.
Hennessy and C. Toilhunter.
I Indians. Three of the wounded
[Special] to the News:
Coleman to rep rt law and facts.
GEORGE CUTTING DEAD
will die, making the total of seven
The Columbia Indians who ar.
Alta R. Wright Jones vs Almeda
'killed since the trouble began.
1 p. m. Geo. Cutting died ft
camped hete we re on the war path
A. Stenger et al; for confirmation;
today. The Indians accused i he etiects of his wounde at noon to-
McCormick Harvesting Machinery,
STt.VA REBEKAH ll.zreeNo.il
hired man of Dave McGill's o, iay. Justice Rulison issued war-!
The French (ik-nn Liye Stock Col
■ M«sa j--F.»- it Mcl’hew'.ers
stealing a horse, prompting the
vs J G. South it al; suit to ipiiet I
M bi Leuna Zvig.tr, Rec. Sec y.
hired man to shoot at the Indians. and turned them over to Clay Ted- I The following cases occupied the title; Decree as prayed for.
H*- Write us for Prices.
■ attention uf the court last week, j FrenchGlei.il Live Stock Co. vs |
The redskins assembled at the home hunter.
A. S. V. W. Burn. Loiljo, No. «7
M.elserr. > 24 sn4 tlh TbWrtd.J.. # M w
of Dave McGill demanding the sur
| For the proceedings of Monday and M'lton French et al; Same as above.
2:20 p. m.
j . w bayer, Eec.
French-Glenn Live Stock Co. va
render of the mar. and tbreatning
Tuesday see inside pages.
The Indians have headed toward
C. Singletary et al; Same as
to shoot the women on the place.
Murderer’s creek with the sett! rs
FIRNEY I.OBCE. NO. 77, I. O 0 F.
Du'ing the melee Mr. John Hyde
4 ;ot. at 014 FalBwa M«H. ««rF
in full pursuit. Seyer.il Indians
A K Richardson vs Phil Bruner.
» JJ „ «
M !.. I.exia. >. o.
French-Glenn Live Stock Co. vs
J. r. Zeigler,Secy. was shot at but luckily the bullet are reported killed.
of personal property; jury | Ella Glenn Leonard; dem. tiled;
fell wide of its mark. The woman
brought in verdict for plaintiff* for overruled as to all (lefts ; declined
2:30 p. m.
occupants of the house were ordered
and $20 damages.
C Ä SWEEK.
, to plead further: Oct. 2G tried be
to deliver up the man and were
The redskins have scattered at
Chas Newell vs M L Lewis, set | fore (|ie C0Urt decree as prayed
the head of Murderer’» creek, some
Indians covering them with guns going in ar. easterly direction and tied and'dismissed.
Robert Irving, treasurer of liar-; Ida Oliver vs E. L. Oliver; di-|
some going teward the South Fork
9:30 p m .
ney, vs Fred Haines; dem to com-, vorce; continued for term for service
of the John Day river. The boys
plaint argued: overruled; motion I Rachel V Shirtz vs .lames A
Dean and Charley Officer arrived are hot aftr them.
to strike out parts of complaint and I Shirtz Jr.; divorce; default of deft.!
in Canyon City on horseback, mak
3 n. m. another posse of citizens
Brick and Lime constantly on hand, at the yard in wet! Buina,
ing the trip of nearly 40 miles in composed of Ed I.uce, Walter motion to quash attachment pro-1 ¡„tered and refered to W. J Cole
done.------ Term» on applicatine.
USAL B8TÁTÍ AGENT.
Brown and Atty. Wood headed by
L \\ oldenberg vs \\ I) Martin;1 Board if State School Land Com-
ehortly afterword with two pack Clay Todhunter left in Ed Luce's
horses loaded with amunition.
ecnveyence loaded with rifles ai d default and judgment; order for sale „¡¡f(tjotlor3 vg 8. \V. Miller; fore-
of attache d property.
I closure of piortgago settled and I
3 U" G ITS
Snodgrass and a posse of citizens
txy*i‘ri«tiees bvfore U S. Land Office.
3:45 p. m, Several of the mount- j.
| ,J. R. Hendricks vs Malheur and
from John Day left about 1 o'clock
ed horsemen have returned, having
Paul Locher vs Geralel Griflin; Harney Lake Irrigation Co.; motion
in the morning loaded witn amuni pursued the Indians as far as Deer
default and judgment.
I tu quash service argued.
tion and guns.
R A Miller & Co vs Moses Bar-' J.T. Bailey ya Malheur ami H»r-
THURSDAY 10 A M.
Latest from Izee at 11 o’clock trow and Dick Bartrow; ; continued I ney Luke Irreg itiou Co.; motion te>
Everything is quiet, the for term for service,
An engagement took place be
. quash leruee.
SURGEON tween the Indians and settlers this posse arrived at 8:30. Our eorres C A Sweek vs W N Jorgensen;
Ri idenc morning on Deer Creek, One In , Pon,’enl says he would like to have judgment of affirmance in accord
State of Oregon vs Linzy Walton;
ance with mandate of supreme
dian was killed, Geo. Cutting son a bed.—Grant County News.
’deft, withdrew his plea of net guilty
'and pleads guilty of an assault;
m ACIHRK SHOP IN CONNECTION, Bicyol«», M. whr M«»bia«s,8aa
¡deft fiined $•'><> and costs.
repaired promptly and aatilfaatarally
The Grand Jury found a true 1
bill against James Weaver and he
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
I j OWDOKF •
was indicted for murder in the first
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»'.-lit(•„ion*. Land business, and Kcal
Ealate matter promt tlv attended to.
Chairman Babecckf of the '
'> 1 Repn, Congressional Committee, I
I 1 I 7'
7. has openly acknowledged th it the
R. M. TURNER.
J. W BICG»,
Washington legislature would
BIGG & TURNER
elect a free silver man to suceed
Senator Wilson, but he still claims
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
J •- ’ that repul lican gains elsewhere
---- ---- OREGON
will make the Senate republican.
Practice in all the courts of Ore
"LIVE AND LET LIVE”
Collections promptly jnade.
OREGON FORWARDING CO
We sell everything you may want
and oui’ stock is complete in every
SMITH & PEARS 9N
Brick Makers and
General Merchandise & Supplies of all Kinds.
Is our MOTTO.
S. W. MILLER,
KOT AH Y PUBLIC.
Your interests arc oar
qnn*eì In thlt rolamn «re tfrtrth
1AK1I and n >4 onljr thè r.e» ìì of Inw. Tin g
ere genuine t-ffigains and j rirew. gooda and
qua'lry BfM*ck fur therr»»-I\«F A* inane of,
th'-ae arfi< < 8 aro «old at an a< mal Iota tu ue
tre rari. < f con re. <>ily e*ìl in limite 1 quantith»
io anjr onc puri heaer
Burns, - - - Oregon.
.1 PNNY 5.1 \ >I>,
13 A PENNY EARNED.”
J C Wooley
W THIS COLUMN
percent discount for CASH.
TROP OF THE
RED IRONT BARN.
From week to week anti
avail yourselves of the
Mr. Wooley wiahee bi»
fri»r da in this countv to (ire
a cal! when at Hi at ngten.
Harney Valley Brewery
Petition foi* LicenHO.
Medical Examinar for
Penn Mutual Ufe Ineuranee Co.
£'JF*'’ffie» at residence.
per cent discount for CASH.
—T he T imes H erald and Ore-
gonian for $2 in advance.
Tn f .T imi - 111 ha i.n and St. Louis
Republic for 42 a year in •<dvsi.ee.
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LOWEST PRICFS. Ì
Cheap lor Ca»h
To H ip Honorable (’otinl y Court of It l.e
State of ()r»*g -n, lor the (’minty M ll u
We the in lemi/ned Iryal voter»
of Drewsev |>n*<in<t hereby pH it ion your
hono*abh* h >d> to »¿ran» a licin^e to A
I. .h>litn>««ri wnd l< 1» Johnson, of llrew
aey. Ore^»>w, to retail vm»>ua malt, and
-p rro'i«» liquor« in le»a <|uaril|tiea than
on»* a »lion .»! ’* heir pl u e of ti'inine«« at
Ihew e> (j-r/ori fir the per.<>| of < ¡1
• oii ’I s from Novemtret 5’b A. I>
and t?,r ftFiri. *C.wi 1 ever P'V
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