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CONSOLIDATED JULY 22, 1396.
BERNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. NOVEMBER 23 H98,
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COI NTY COURT
P H Ctu i appoint'.! justice of tb.e
peace far Orcweey district vice L C
J isper Davis appointed justice
of the pence for llinney district
vice J P Withers, resigned.
Erick Olsen ai d E I. Bet de grant,
e<I a li. ms-.' to sill liquor in Drew-
; Th.- fr.il
taxpayers were al
6ï TA tUlKAll PtzreoNe.iS
I lowed the ?m. uats receiv-ii bv A
M««ta « ««i y'•*. a w«l
kia-4 i « bc : c ticFi.cai«i'» U.G.
Gilling» for t :x.?> as <!ilosed by
M s« Le«ca Zaisler, Ke«. Mee’y
receipts issue th lefor bv the said
À. ». 3. H. Caras I.aJ<e, Na ♦?.
I | Gittings as slieritf, an i A J McKin
Va«a«»Tary îâ r «si 4 ih Ti Gradava.
non, th? present sheriff, was ord. red
14 M Hartas,
J.W fczysr, P.ve.
to credit the amimi.t so shown by
sai l receipt« up ¡n'/lie tuxes of find
no . n, i. e ♦ ’
Roela . at
reifawe « i i.» «. s. • I». parties for the vear for which thev
f.r.i.iyitr.tcy. were given mid to krep mid file
with t':e clerk ail sii' li receipts ai
given liv the said Gittings. All
: » iitsr.
I parties bidding such receipts ‘from
the said Gittings will
la allowed the
1TTORFSV ÁT LATT,
amount shown bv such receipts to
i-e applied en tax s for the year for
which such taxes are doe. At this
time it e.ppenrir.g’to ihe satisfaction
of the court that the following tax
payers bold receipts from the sai l
13ti M V J 4««
A » * SA. » r.* — — « _
H*AL MfATi AflEKT.
*»• ! Gittings, it is ordered that said re-
eeipts be accepted I A J MeKin
K .»TAKT PU IL I
¡ non sheriff:
Jcli'Billiny.-iy, taxes for '95 ■>4' GO
•’ ’93 20 00
W.m Gibsen . .
'93 44 00
E If King ....
“ '93 20 00
W II Gibson .
.. •<> > -I.t.00
John Farrens “
Dr. W.L. Marsden,
GÏ0. 8. SIZEMOF.H,
service were disallowed except for
those jurors called to try too action
of state vs James Weaver and they
were allowed fur one night.
Tho petition of W W b>i kensou
an 1 others for a county read grant
ed and road orde: d openc 1.
R A Miller A Co va Wm uardar
ease in law; b fault nnd judgment
f >r *20 20 end costs and
dis! u: einen'.s. Attic ad propiity
orde:ed 8 dd.
All bill« for supplies f.>r count;,
|!Ol,r must ! e presented to the court
before the same is pur. lin.-i 1.
STEAL IN STEERS.
Henry Long Arrestad for Skal-
it’*/ 17 Meati of P. L.S.
We sell everything yon may want
and our stock is complete in every
Now that the congressional ;
elections are over, the administra-|
\\ rite uh for Pricwn.
lion has no reason to further post-!
Nov. 17 ~
the completion of the treaty
bite trouble between the «ettli r; and of peace.*
Indians, near Iz.ie, the movements
If Sen itor Hoar and Hale talk
of Indians in that section are clos>'- in the senate as they have been I
iv watched. A small band of Col- talking at home, there is trouble
umbias was yesterday repoit-.-d tn ahead for the administration in I
be en route to Iz *0. They are well getting that Spansih treaty rati-1
armed, nnd are said to to have pre ’ tied.
sented <» very wailike appearnnee. 1
In figuring on the ifsult of the
When qm stioned as to the ol ject of
their visit to the Izee neighborhood c ngi c signal elections, it should ,
they stilted that their coming we« not-be forgotten lh.it the demo
in th ? interest of pence, mid that it crats made their campaign almost j
was their purpose to get r.ll the entirely wil’.r .11 money .while their
Indians itiGraut county to go home ' opponents spent a'most as niuvh
Brick and Limn onnriai.tly on li.nd, »I the ya.4 i» ast Surat,
The fuel that they r fused t > give ¡,s‘they did in ’96-
of work done.----- Terme on applicatiti..
their names give rise to the suspic
11)’’ Ma»on can now
ion that their mission nuiy be of a
in vaudeville, and
reveiig ful nature. Their aitions.
will b- closely watched by tin set get pa d f r it, provided that lie
tiers, it is believed by a majority < hi find .i manager who hasn’t1
of the residents in Qouth ra Grant any better sense.
that there will be 1.0 more troul l •.
Ohio republican:, holding otiice
Arnif.l luti! ins Utro’.tle T;>
SMITH & PEARSON,
LIVE AND LET LIVE
i interests c;■
The policy of the new French
Min -'i ',- is inn a.ieerl to be peace,'
until af er the Paris exposition in
1900, The French evidently
know .1 good thing when they
’’Tic» it r»»id*n»e.
'.I PENNY '.IVI 0,
IS à PENXY EARNED
J C Wooley
*\Ve are desirous of closing out
our entire »*u.k of Clothir.y and
for the next 30 days will give un
prcccl' nte<l barg.dtis in that line
Fri OF OF THK
c r e t. ’ ; r
Clearance sale ci Clothing.
Medicai Ex»«.ie«r for 1
r‘rn« Mutual Lifo Inti rouie C*.
It is impossible not to admire
the manner in which England pio-
tects its humblest citizen. An
English subject was sent to prison
by order of the Spanish Military
Govern r of Havana, on a frivo
consul went to Gen" Blanco and
demanded h » release. Bianco
tried to s. nd him off with a proi: •
i»e to lo k into the matter,but the
Consul announced I is intention
to remain with Blanco until the
man wa • r<le:t-ed, and the man
w a ■> at on e 1« leased.
Prirra qn.»’e 1 fu ibi« rolnnn
1 ISR • I a- 4 orljr Ih* w««k t>f far
1 >|,e bairair * « l ;
far theirae’v«« Za n
■ ere arti* i« a ara a.>; ut s amai 1« ta
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
WATCH THIS COLUMN
¡ rom week to werk and
'ttfil ywi rselves of tht
Cheap lor Cash.
Vi H0LE8ALK BEALER'IN
Harney Valley Brewery.
CALD?/! LL. IDAHO
A Genera! Bankinq Omirtc-»^ ir^niocted
Mr W<<’.*y wishet bit
frierda in thia eenntr ’• fiv» • "
a tai! w
at Unit rghca.
J. car MOTTO.
R. M. TURMER.
Practice in ail the courts of Ore.
Fur some tin e past (here has
b< ‘ n continuous ipii' t investigation
on foot by tho I’acif ?'Live Stock
Company's energetic agents
L.(1ipioy(s tn !’■ rrct out th j ■ cause
cun. •• c:
the disappearance of stock in the
Barren Valley country.
A repeat became current n few
days age that Henry Long and
Stan. Brisboe, th? latter a former
foieman for the 1’. L S. Co. at the
Ilarpe*. had bcm seen driving 4"
head of the I*. L. S Co. st. ers ii:
th? s uthern part of the county,
h id pastured them at various
places, and had driven them
through .Jordan Valley.
Sheri If Locey started in pursuit
of the men quo day lai; week
Mrs E Wright, hiving made ap and on Sunday evening returned
at Washington, June made to
plication to the court for assistance with Henry Long in custody, and
DEALER IN -
A J. .Ldiiirnn, of Astori i, ubo contribute $6,000 to the • republi
; to Dave the comity mid provide for stated that the oilicers were in elose | had charge of the Oregon forestry can state campaign fund.
ARE •- CiXOOKery
' her family, tin: court appropriated pursuit of Brisboe.
' xbibit at the Omaha expo itimi,
If we may believe distinguished
Long is well known 111 Eastern arrive
...I. I i ...
an editors Senator Hoar
The claims of jurors for night Oregon and Northern Calii'j.-iiia as wearing a smile as broad us tiu
w.!l forgi t all he Inis »aid against
imp -i iaiism and vote for the treaty
.i.ACItlNK suor IN < ONNECTION, Bieycle», Mewing Mackin«»,«»•
when it gets before the senate.
, . , , la. icuairea j>run.f,lly *u«i aulistactarally
J Ins may be true, bat it certainly
i . not complimentary to the Mass •
BIGG & TURNER
one, consisting of mineralogical 1
s; i cimnns, jars of preserved fruit
l. nni d by the Horicultural Society,
a r< strv pictures borrowed from tho
Southerh Pacific Company, etc.
ii? rematndi r of the exhibit was
ild ihinat d to miHeums or given
iw.iy, s one of it to g > to Europe. F.rst Class Coods
Everybody wanted ¿someihing out
Th. s liS.rgos': Stcok
k>f th1 Oregon exhibit, which carried i
, off more medais arid denlonms thsn 1
The Xaowaet Trioeg.
w< ro awarded to any other state- j
, II. E Do’ch will nriivc in a day or
We solicit your tra 1 ■ and guarantee FAIR TREATMENT to all
perate man. but lie has never tiy,, will» another ear loaded with
been accused of aterd'ng. It '■ gold silver nml bronzi medals ami
ruinortd that ho sent word tn !• ■Slip' diplomas. Mr. Johnson was look-j
Gilcrest that he would return th.- ing iironml town yesterday for 1
cattle if Gilcr. st word 1 causo his some suitable place to display the I
from cu t >d ■•, but if ho di 1 rr.c inis ami diplomas, and says (
not thu! Gilcrest's bib would ans- there is no window big
iver fur it if the prisoner ever hl.i
an opportunity to kill him.
t ' 1 xh■! it Ih ni in. in addition to 1 • t _
Long waived examination in.! t:.-22 ,-¡J no dais ami some 70 Jl-ilL.
was bound over t > the grand jury other mr lais, there uro 129 diplo- .
in the s.’. ii of ,O0O and in default m is. It used to l>o Yamhill that!
■ f wl.ieh is
now in j—O.ntnri > In it ti e w >rlj, but cm it is the
' I’.*; ion*. Lar.il bwùne«^. an«l K «
L* mx - mar er promt *1' aitvtided to.
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