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Lakeview, Oregou, July 30, 1888. |
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow
ing-named settler has filed uoti< e of 1.1a iuteu
tion to make final proof in support of hi« claim,
and that said proof will be made before the
Kegisier or Receiver, at Lakeview, Oregou,
September 22d. 1888, via:
J. L. Churchman,
D. 8. No. 2843, for the 8E qr of Sec 8, Tp 28 8, R
31 E. He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and culti
vation of, said land, viz: A. Busse, C. W. (\»m-
egjs, C. M. Handley, C. H. Wilshire, all of Dia
mond, Grant county, Oregon.
A. F. SNELLING, Register.
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Lakeview, Oregon, July 30, 1888.1
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the fol
lowing named settier lias filed notice of his in
tention to make fiuul proof in support of his
. claim, and that said proof will be made before
the Register or Receiver at Lakeview, at Oregon
on September 25th, 1888. viz:
Charles W. Comegyg,
D. 8. No. 2539. for the BW qr of Sec 28, Tp 28 8
It 31 E. He names the following witnesses to
prove tils continuous residence upon, and culti
vation of said land, viz: A. Busse, 0. H. Wil
shire, J. L. Churahman, aud C. M. Handley, all
uf Diamond, Grant county, Oregon.
Aug 15-38 a A. F. SNELLING, Register
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Lakeview, Oregon, July 30. 1888.|
NOTICE !H HEREBY GIVEN that the follow
lng-uarued settler has filed notice of his inten
fTon to make final proof in support of hi« claim
•and tl/at-said proof will he uiadv before the
..tho. Register or Roceiver, gt LakeView. Oregon.
qg Wptembdr 24th. ISN», Via:
D. S. No. 2081, fur the E‘i of NW>4, and 8^ of
NE*<i of Sec 22, Tp 29 S, R 31 E. He names the fol
lowing witnesses to prove his continuous resi
dence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz:
C. W. Comegvs, (’. M. Handley, C. W. Wilshire,
and J. L Churchman, ail of Diamoud, Grant
A. F. SNELLING. Register.
In the Justice Court for the Precinct of Burns,
County of Grant, State of Oregon.
P. F. Stenger, Plff. » Civil action to recover
F. W. Gilliam, Deft. >
To"E W.- Gilliojn, the above named defend-
ent, in the name of the s ate of Oregon, you are
hereby commanded to appear before me, the
undersigned, a Justice of the Peace fur the pre
cinct aforesaid, in the above entitled court, on
1he2d..day of October, 1888, at 10o’clock in the
foienoon ,<»f sal»i day, to answer to the com
plaint filed against you in the above entitled
The defendent will take notice that if hc fail
so to appear and answer, tlie plaintiff will take
judgment against him for the sinn of One Hun
dred and Thirty Dollars and Fifty Cents, and
lhe disbursements in lire aetion.and thut lhe
property uituched be sold to satisfy such judg
Given under my hand this 11th day of August
J ames C. P arker ,
J us. ice of the Peace.
It is hereby ordered that the annexed sum
mons be published six consecutive weeks in
T he E ast O regon H erald , a weekly newspa
per published in Burns, Grant county, Oregon.
J. C. P arker , J. P.
•pi.MBER CULTURE NOTICE.
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Lakeview, Oregon. August 1, 1888.1
COMPLAINT HAVING BEEN ENTERED at
thi60ff.ee by W. H. JBrown. against F. Sul
livan for failure to comply with law us to Tim
ber-Culture entry No. 727, dated June 8, 1887.
upon the SW qr of Sec 25, Tp 24 S, R 31 E, in
Grant countv, Oregon, with a view to the can
cellation of said entry; contestant alleging tliat
F. Sullivan failed to break or < ause to he broken
five acres of the said lund during the first year
ufter his said entry, ami fai s to break or have
broken Fiiitl five a< res at the present time, the
said parties are hereby summoned to appear at
this uflice on the 4th day of October, 1888, at
10 o’clock, a m, to respond and furnish testimo
ny concerning said alleged faiure.
W. M. TOWNSEND, Receiver.
State of Oregon, ) Ka
County of Luke. J 0
I hereby certify that the within is a true aud
correct copy of the original notice.
Aug 22-39 '
W. M. T ownsend , Receiver.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
has been by the county court of Grant county,
Oregon, on the 2d day of July, 1888, appointed
administrator of the estate of James M. Bright,
deceased. All persons having claims against
►aid estate, are required to present them, wiih
the proper vou< heis, to me at Harney. Oregon,
within six months from the date of this notice.
Dated at Harney, Oregon, this 17th day of
JASPER DAVIS, Administrator.
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Lakeview, Oregon, August 15,1888. j
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the follow
ing named settler has filed notice«»! his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his claim,
and that said proof will be made before »he
County Judge of Grant co., or., or during iis
absence before the County Clqrk at Can) on
City, Or/, October 5th. 1888. viz:
H.D No. 942. for the BW qr, of See 11, Tp 34 8. It.
34 E. He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon,and culti-
vatiyp of, said land, viz. Wm. Lytle, James
Delon». Joseph Delore, and Frunk Newhall,
all of Ft. McDermit, Nevada.
A. F. SNELLING. Register.
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Lakeview, Oregon, August 16 1888. |
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow-
' ’ - injt-n-aine'd settler ban filed notice of his.inten-
tion to make final proof in support of his claim,
and that said proof will l»e made before the
County Clerk of Grant co.. Or., at Cauyon
City, Or., on October 4th, 1888, viz:
'U 8r Nb. 2506. for the NW qr of SE qr. and ES
of SE qr of Sec •, <k NW qr of SW qr of See 5,
Tp 20 S, R 34 E. He names the following
witnesses to prove his continuous resilience
upon and cultivation of said land, viz: James
F. Morrison, Wesley Keeton, Sam Miller, and
"Dave Miller, ail of Drewsey, Oregon.
A ur SMO
«" A. F. SNELLING. Regl.ter.
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Lakeview, Oregon. August 22. lfiKSj
NOTICE Irf HEREBY GJ VEN th aft be follow
ing-named settler baa filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in sup|Mirt of his < laim
and that said proof will be made before the
Register and Receiver at Lakeview, Oregon, on
October lfcth, ROW, viz:
Jl. K No. 515. for th, SE qr of Sw 15. Tp M S, R
34 E. He names the following witnesses to
prove hi^ continuous residence upon and cul-
»W. »aid land. \ii Alexander ToKin.
Frank Newhall. Edward Tobin, and Maurice
Fitzgerald, all of Grant co. Or,, P. O: Ft. McDer
A. F SNELLING. Register.
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Lakuvie*, Oregon. AuKiist 22, I»e*.i
r NOTICE IN HEREBY GIVEN that the follow
leg-named se'.tlcr has fiied n«Hke of his inten
tion fo make final proof in support of h.a claim,
•ald Pr”°f W,H »* «»••»* 1*fore the
Register and lie« elver at Lakeview, Oregon, on
October 17U» 11*8, via
H. E. No. 9t*», for the XEL of Sec. 15, Tp 31
«, R 34 F. Hp name« the following aitneeee« to
prove hie con’in non« rvaltenre upon, and culti
vatloo of said land, vii William Lytle, Mau
Alexander Tolviw. Edward
Tobin, all of Graaf county. Oregon, P.O: Fort
A. F. SNELLING. Regietrr,
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Lakeview, <»rrfnn. Auiraat 9. Do*. <
*" SMlCX ts HEMF.nr WKS that the IM
l>.ln| tlmt4 «ttler bi, flleil noth e of hl. ta-
teiMiuB to make final pr»»of In Bnpp«»n of his
claim, and that said proof will he made before
the Beeister nr Receiver at lakevtrw. Oreeon.
ow Ortoter 24th. IW, vU
#4 oí 'be «E qr. and
T* * *• » Ä K He eetee« the
following wltne«m*e V» prove hismntinuuua na-
Mewre epee, ar d cult I ratio« of, m M land, vis
¿"•'■r?1' »'»»•■ < at«Ma.a. M. *.
M. t ofnrr. all of Barr. P. o . (.rant eo . Or.
A. F. SXELUJWi. KcfWer
STATE OF OKF.GON V«. WM. l’AGE. with you.” Page got up and went to the
billiard room and Brown got up and fol
low el him ; then I got up and went into lhe
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Lakeview, Oregon. August 29, 1888. i
room, oretty near where they were, und
ti^xed rage if he was ready to go home;
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow
ing named settler bus filed notice of his inten
Page said yes, and suid, “I inust go, there
tion to make final proof in support of his claim
is a man waiting for me; Brown said, “God i
aud that said proof will be made before the
you, lean whip you, and 1’11 do it,”
Register and Receive« at Lakeview, Oregon, on
and struck him; as he struck him he start-
October 25th, 1*88, viz:
e»l toward him. 1 saw him fall. I saw
Charles M. Collier,
Brown strike him. As Brown started to
D. H. 2373, fur the 8W qrof SE qr. BE qr of SW qr
ward Page, I started out
As I turned, I
lx>t 4, sec 31. Tp 24 8, R 12. E. He names the
a fla>h of a pistol. 'J hat is all I can re
following witness« h to prove his continuous res
member that I saw and heard. Page has
idence upon, and cultivation of said lewd, viz:
John Cult-, William ( aitersou, M. A. Modie, aud
Nat. Hudsou unti A. W. \\ aters ot Burns, always been well spoken of since I’ve known
Bartholomew Cronin, all of Buri.» 1. O., Grant
him ; always more friends than enemies. I
Mrs. R. J. McKinnon is on the • OI1 btimlt of Defendant..
Know but very little of Brown’s reputation.
sick list this week.
| Counsel for state on aecount of absence I have heard several in Burns say that he
A. F. SNEI.LING, Register.
never came to town without getting drunk
—See notice of final proof of W. ei Dr -McPheeters, examining physician at and
raising a disturbance with some one. I
H. Rader in this isBUe.
lhe coroner's inquest, moved for adjourn- don’t know that Brown was under the in
of liquor; saw him take one drink.
In the Justice Court for the Precinct of Burns,
Diamond Dyes for sale at W . debate followed: state counsel claiming the I -----------
...... of the pistol;
County u| Grant, State of Uregou.
I did not
I k after
..,4 * the
. bl. .. flash
_ 1 — l b ...V X, a»-
- I right lo 1>o,tIK)ne, lllld defendant's counsel '
Geo. S. Sizemore, Pltff.»
action to recover E. Grace’s drug Store.
—Advertise in T he H erald if i claiming the state had no such right. Ow- | flssh.
ing to the lateness of the hour, when the^ Peter Clemenstes'ified: I saw Page and Brown
To L. A. Russ, tbe above defendent in the you want to sell anything.
in Burn« on duv of murder; saw them talking
name of the state of Oregon, you are hereby
Z-Mr. Luig was in town with !
7*’’u.b“ll,e4- Court adjourned in front of Stenger’s store; I asked them to come
require«! to appear before me, the undersigned
take a drink; we went in and got a nrink- I left
Justice foT the pre< iuct aforesaid, in the above
it /ra«*... 1 .
until F ttdav at 8 a in.
entitled court, on the 18th day of October, 1888, fine, fresh beef Saturday.
Friday, 8 o’cloex, a m, court was called; the saloon before the shooting, about a half
hour. 1 heard no conversation while thev were
at 10 o’clock in tbe forenoon of the said day, to
answer-the complaint filed against you in the ' —Chas. Parrish, of Canyon City attorney» for state, and defendant present, j drinking, or immediately after thev drank.
above entitled action.
came in town Thursday.
1 ! .ndproceeded
The defen dent will take notice that if he fail
so to appear and answer* the plaintiff will take S— Hunting parties left Burns for ' defendant was arraigned and apprised of Brown since last fall I was going home with
the charge, und bi. right to niaxc his state. I**’ • ,
>"•»*"< for him .nd
judgment against him for the sum of One Hun
went tn the saloon. I saw Brown make a mo
dred and Thirty-Seven Dollars and Ninety-Two the mountains this week.
ment; after consultation with his attorneys tion toward Page; taw Page as he fell reach be-
Cents, 1187.9-, ami fur CvS s, and for disburse
—J. S. Bowen last week sold
* und 8h°ut;
to . best
ments of this action, ami for the execution
ftfler of |>age
against such property «>f the défendent as may geldings at $112.50 per head.
Court then proccederl to examine wit- eddown; I heard no words pass between the
be uttaehed in this action.
parlies before the knocking down.
Given under my hand this 11th J»? ÿ ÿP
—Go to W. E. Grace’s drug store nesses on behalf of »he »tute.
Crops examined: saw flash of pistol from
J- C. pakklk .
8 B. McPheeters was called and tes- p*Ke'» hand«; »lid nut see pis oi.
Justice of the Peace. for Confectioneries, fresh and pure. ’■ | Dr. S
Ques ion; Did vou meet Page outside of the
lifted as follows: “1 was called in Burns on
It is herebv ordered that the annexed sum
—Send us news items as fast as R ! Saturday,
mons be published six consecutive weeks in the
tlie 8th; tvas called l»y coroner's saloon and tell him that if he heard any noise
E ast O regon H ekalk . a weekly newspaper the occur, if you want a newsy jury to ntaxe an examination of the de or row in Caldwell’s saloon to turn and go the
published iu Burns, Graut County, Oregon.
ceased body of Wm. H. Brown; he was in
Objection raised tn defendant'« coursel: ar
J. C. P arker , J. P.
the west end of the billiard room of Cald gued;
—A large stock of school supplies well’s saloon. [Here aLness repeated same vancy. objection sustained on ground of irrele
given in last wears' M eratd .J Judge
Chns. Byrd testified: Acquainted with both
just received at W. E. Grace’s as
Parker took ull out of his pockets; he had parties: I heard no trouble between the parties.
a small pocKet-buok and one pocket-knife; About theiniddleor latter part of June, us 1
was closed-and in hUppcxet; I recog came in town wiih a load of hay, I met Brown
—“Doc,” a valuable jack belong it
nized it as one sold to him out of the drug ou'side of town; had a conversion with him; he
asked me if he (Brown) could lick Page; I told
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him that 1 did not know; he said if he could
Lakeview, Oregon, August 31,1888.1
not lit k him he could shoot him. I told Bill
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow*
what Brow n Baid.
__ T O Wplonmo hns mnvod inf»»
1 wa* in Bmin la>t Saurday: saw Page
iug-i.uuied settler bus filed notice uf his inten"
Cr« fs examined. 1’age said he was not much
lion to make proof in support of his claim»
it. Browp talked as though Page
and that saiu ¡»roof will be made before the reg Ills new saddle and harness shop on talKing in a tow tone of voire ut thè lime. had been about
trying to run over him or he over
ister or Receiver at Lakeview, Oregon, on Main Street.
I and silling ill north-east corner of billiard Page. Conversation was held out of town about
October27ih, lba», via:
on- I3.« miles. Brown was not more full than usu
they got up aim
walked to me
W. li. lladcr,
he m* si always got full when he « ame to
—Sam King brought some fine liaril table'»ide by .-ide: Page stood will ally;
town. I usked Page if he had seen anything of
A. E. No. 810, for the EUof .SE qrof See 20;
of SW‘-4 eec 21, Tp -8 S, R ul E. He names the pork in town last week, selling it they talKed in a low tone of voice, but final Lilly Brown; (hat he (Eruwu) was going to lick
him; Page just turned around and walked off,
fullo.ti.ig witnesses to prove his continuous at 10 cents a pound.
ly attracted my attention by talking rather and di i not care much ubuut it. I told Page
residence upon uuu cultivation of said land,
7 n TrtvvGar.n ««J n T y »« frinndn loud. Brown ‘told Page he n>ii Id lich him; sometime before the shootingtook pluce
viz: Jos p.. nunley, Albert Fields, James New
comen, ano t ln.ries Jvhi.seu, all of Diamond
| Adam Bobbins testified: Prior to this I
are on a tew days hunt on Emi- 1 said “You - <» give me no cause ... to; A ” P 1 Mge ‘»ald ! had a con ver -aiion with Brown in Canyon;
P® «... Grant cvuniy, or.
hc t(111| llie he ¡ut.nil.'.l to Kill Page. Oi
A. F. SNELLING, Register.
grant creek this week.
struck Page in the mouth, and knocked him cour,e be had u
Page fell on his loft hand; he 6hot be-
—VV. T. Buchanan got in Tues down;
fore he arose to his feet; did not see Brown ad- | Geo. McGowan testified:
day from Huntington, with freight vanee toward Page after he struck 1dm. I went | Page since he came to this county, lie has
from the room to the porch before the second I a f ______
' ’s reputa
for T. II. Roberts, and W. E. Grace. shot wus fired.
. J I Know not of his taking
was . bad.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1888.
I saw difficulties between Page and Brown on He
had a reputation of being talkative and
All persons ait
warned against . |o
hvrvj, pjgt one week.
t .. of . them; havc houn
R. F. Claypool testified: Have known Page
„ in the
shooting ill btenger 8 lower fields, I ____
the _ two
Red J Front fu I ood ;
x \eats: knew him in Crook county; his
r r d i) .
/ t • r
* . ._
• ' ¡'here
’here was a large crowd in the room: Page about
(»Hljoilling the town of Burns), 11) • asked brown if he was going to 1I< k hint; ceputation is pretty good; acquainted with
when he lived in Albany. 15 or 20 years
which 1 hiiTHPR
Brown ,. sui
l he had never
t ow nufitiiri'il
p.tbiuriu , i lhll]g;
,.e of su< h K„_ it ago. Brovzn was alwg) s in futses, and it was
s thought he killed ike Dick at Fish I.ake.
I hose disregarding this notice will ing to H( k him the tlist time thev met; Brown aiwa>
Cr.es examined: I never heard anything
i „ „ a
..„.I — ! Baid “You show me the man that said so, I will
with Page but the one lime; I could not
be lit onCC proceeded Bgiunst under lcp Jjjln ¡Ba damn liar.” 1 next saw them wrung
say that, brown ever used weanoi s; Brown was
M rs . P. F S tender .
on the street in front of Stenger’s store; 1 did an offie.er part of the lime; I heard that Page
Thanks to Secretary of State the law.
not at that lime hear any of their ponversaiion; killed an Indian over here; I don’t know wbat
Burns, Or., Sept. 19, 1888.
alMHit that time a man asked them to go into people say of him in regard to killing any other
McBride for sheet showing political
went in. I was in man.
; goon aftrfward
G. Hudspeth testified: Have been slightly’ ac
complexion of our next legislative >*-—Honrv
at nr **--
me 1 front
went of lntolhe
„„ nlld sat upon the quainted with Page for about 2 years: as far as
house lately vacated by D. Jamison; back of «chair wiih my feet in lhe »hair; saw 1 know, his reputation is good; 1 think Brown
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Page and Brown siding near the norlh-etisi c.>r j was a hard 1 use.
Mr. C’s. family has many friendb tier of
couki not hear
<>i , Scott HaytE testified: Have known Page over
their worns; they gut tip and went to the bil-
year: live half mile from his residence; I havc
The North Pacific Rural Spirit in
j iiard table (Same couversation ns related by 1 heard
tell of Page for some 15 years; ns far ub I
—Born A to . Mr A and
Crego.] Page told Brown that he (i.rown) was know, his reputation is good; 1 never heard of
and Willamette Farmer has done
a damned bins son of a Mi<h. At that Brown Page killing any one ex< epling an Indian.
a good part by the Burns I’aces by
Dr. T. V. B. Embree testified: Acquainted with
shielded his body from s’ riking the floor, l uge
Immediately after lie fell und bef«»rg he Page since May 1888; have known Brown by
repeated notices from the time the at the residence OI J. o. Bowen, a Bhot
repuiaiion b inontl.s, peisonally 3 months.
daughter; weight, 6 lbs.
ami commence» s agg ering backward until he
Bent. Embree testified: Known Page a little
advertisement appeared in our col
’ rur k iho nurihw. er T>.ri er . ,f ihe r .wm; I her. over 2 years; his reputation Is good; resides I‘ a
he pu<’he<1 f.>rw»rd. ami rm * lie *• »n«
• ualawcll IS expect-
” w falling
* r* fur-
• I or
> 4 itj
» ’ J miles
Illi II P U
plat e; 1 p*i|»iii
1 I m
ijiihi in 1.11
cd to return home on next Thurs- i wartl VHUe shot him twice more, brown fell vlth Brown; while Brown was under the influ-
I behind the billiard table u!»«>ut the same spot as enBe
. . 1
of liquor, ' he was a ‘ bad * man; otherwise
day S Or Saturday 8 stage, after an ; where he lay when I afterwards sa .v him dead, Uuownot, in our community.
nf anvnrnl ivnnVa
n‘»r "66 him s’rlke ’he th», r for th© »*111-
—On account of the various nhannnn
OI uC ciai WCCKS.
way. . rage
Page got up liner
after i,n... kn....... pn...
net tig in me
Page 2 years; his reputation is
* r a-i
i I the first ah»4, went ar-»und the tab e. and l)a»l have known
changes in mail services T he H er
acquainted with Brown; his rep-
—Gus. Hurlbert of Silver creek, fired two more ahota before! left; 1 heard one good;
ald will hereafter be published ev was quite sick from remittent fever
Bally Hayes testified: Have known Page since
An attempt was madebv counsel for s‘ate to Al ril 1887; repu ation good; was not acquainted
ery Thursday instead of Wednes and Thursday Dr. McPheeters was I find
if Wm. Page drew the pistol, with which lie with Brown: have heard people speak of Brown
did the shooting, from h s pu< ket or »li<1 he re an a quarre’some man.
day, so as to give our readers the called in; is now convalescing.
ceive it from some ,»lher person, a bjstander,
II R. McClure tes Ified: Known Page since
defendant’s counsel objected; tif'.er a
or’82; 1 have alwn> a heard that he
latest news up to date as we get it.
—Who can tell about tomatoes but
lengthy dis' ussian, Cour' decided that such , about'Ml
bore a good repulalion; have been acquainted
raised in this valley the past sea evidence was irrelevant.
with Brown 17 or 28 years; I »1.»n’t think lever
heard of him being a dangerous man or using
—To Victor J. Miller, of Harney, son? Who had the first ripe toma- C. M. Caldwell being called testified ns fol- weapot
s; he had a reputation of being a great
I lows: J I am a u resident
of n Burrs, and proprietor
. o H’l
i i a i_
saw Wm. Pare and threatener and blower, and a pretty fair fist
T he H erald readers are indebted to? Mho had the largest ripe to- ' „nho
• i Win.
Wm. Brown during the day; : first conV<
j ; j * hear»!
was about 6 o’ch luck, in
Henry Bugler testified: Am acquainted with
for the testimony of witnesses in uiatui
the bar room;
hear»l Page tell ' Uncle n
Billy that Page; have known him 3 or 4 years: reputation
—“Uncle Dow” Montgomery, » | ...........
he heard .. that he (Uncle Billy)
web " going to verv good. I whs acquainted with Wm. Brown;
the preliminary examination of the
whose illness we chronicled last whip him, etc; Uncle Billy became very much reputation; he was inclined to be quarrelsome
Page ease. We solicited the ser week, is able to be out again, and I excited over it; I saw them go into the billiar»! and bad.
i r<a)in before I went to supper, and take seats un
John Robinson testified: Acquainted with
right side of the door (nurih side »>f the
vices of Mr. Miller for the benefit of back in his old place in P. F. the
about 8 ) cars; never heard of anything
r«M»m) in billiard room. I went to supper and Page
with him; acquainted with Br«»wn since
returned to the sqlo»»ni thev were slid there in first < ame
our readers because we believe him Stenger’s store.
to the \ alley; he was rather quarrel
the billiard ro»»m; I went Behind the bar; I some
to r.av whether good or bad);
staxed behind the bar until I heanl 1 shuts: saw 1 have been acting
to be a man least prejudiced for or
deputy sheriff for a number
—Town out of sugar
- past page come from south sideof billiard room put of
against any class of citizens making two weeks. U
— Khinetnan testified: Have known Page
since Is of July; reputation good; known
J. E. ...jKir.r.er.,
McKinnon, got :r. in a a sup-1 "•'ke,,‘’u,•
homes in Harney valley.
The cer, ____
„,««7 zxfip „4 nil i W. W. Johnson testified: I met Peter Tb<»mp- Brown s’ightly over 1 year; understood that he
ply Gflturday that went on at
s '.n in front of:Stenger's Ht«»rcprlortothesho,»t- w as quarry some when under the influence of
notes are as full and correct as could cents
per lb. like hot cakes on a ing. Question by thebaic: “What did he tell liquor.
you iu regard to trouble that might occur, ami
Marshall Hughes testified: Have been ac
be expected by long-hand report COld morning.
j what did he tell you to do?” Com sei fordefen- quainted
Page 3 years; Page knew Brown
I dant objected to question on grounds of i s be- was going wiih
lo whip him; the general opinion
ing. They are given as nearly ver-
was that when under the influence of liquor
. ,, t
1 -1 1 of all the law on the pqint, and
batim as possible.
•d the squire, lheques i»»n Brown was very quarrelsome.
to Jos. Baird 8 to Bee a 8ick child, thought he had puzxledlhe»»qu-
Monday; the little hoy at this date
h""1 The hearing of the ruse ch.sod Saturday night ;
reserved until Monday. 8 o’clock a m;
and decision rendered
is improving. Our readers will re- I I favor
,::A of J®.
Sunday Pagk* was d'sehurged from custody,
defendant, holding that, such evidence on
home with his family.
member that the 26th ult. this ba-j
—Coal Oil at W. E. Grace’s drug
—Mrs. II. Elliott, of Silver creek, At 11 a m, Thursday. Sept. 13tli, a war
rant of arrest was bailed upon the Infunila- [
is quite sick.
tion of C. M. Caldwell aecu.ing Win. Page
—For all kinds of Stationery go of the crime of murdering Win. II. Brown
to W. E. Grace’s drug store.
on Saturday, 8th Inst., and at 1:30court
—Read the $5 reward notice on j w«.> called fur the examination. . Victor J.
4th page in our stock-brand column Miller, of Harney, C. W. Parrish, of Can-
—The best bit Cigar at W. E. yon Chy, and Geo. 8. 8He.m,re, of Burn.,
Of tllC State, fltlil _T
’s drug store. ° "
- > I ..»nnurino r»r*
THE TOWN OF BURNS
ORANT CO. OREOON.
AB IT IS VOICED BY TUB HBItALD.
BUSINESS HEN ABROAD BY LOOtlMO OVER ITS COLUMNS WILL SEE THAT
1 newspaper; 1 hotel: 1 saloon: 1 undertaker: 1 meat market: 2 lawyer«: 3 physician«
1 surveyor; 1 land agent; 1 drugstore; 1 jeweler; 1 blacksmith; 1 livery stable: 2 general mer
chandise stores; 1 hardware store; 1 saw-mill; 1 caj-pentor; 1 saddled harness shop; 1 gro
cery store. Also, 1 Odd Fellows lodge; I reading room; 1 school; 1 church.
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W. E. GRACE, P roprietor ,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PROPRIE
TARY ARTICLES, PATENT MEDI
CINES, FLAVORING EX
DYES AND FINE TOILET SOAPS.
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HAIR AND TOOTH BRUSHES, COMBS, SHOUL
DER BRACES, FANCY
ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, BOOKS AND
P hysicians ’ P re
ed , by Experienc
P ure B randies ,
W ines a L iquors
for Medicinal pur
KALSOMINE, PAINTS, PAINT BRUSHES,
VARNISHES, COAL OIL.
RAZORS and ALL KINDS or POCKET CUTLERV
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AGENT FOR D r . HORNE’S ELEC
TRIC BELTS & TRUSSES.
FINE ASSORTMENT OF THE
BEST SPECTACLES AND EYE-GLASSES,
BEST QUALITY OF TOBACCO AND CIGAR8.
¿or-F It ESH NUTS AND CHOICE CANDIES.
PRICKS AS REASONABLE AS THOSE OFFERED BY ANY
OTHER LINE OF BUSINESS IN THIS SECTION.
Am now better able than ever to meet the demand» of the country in
my line, and am truly thankful for the liberal patronage I have received
in the past, and I well know that the only projM r way to merit the con
tinued patronage and good will of the entire public is by fair and impar
• Rt and
tial dealings with all classes.
—Light rains during the past by had its thigh bone broken; we ■ W. W. Johnson on the witness s’and: I met
«>n the h eps of Stenger’s s'ore; Pace said
are glad to announce the limb in . ' 1 Page
he would give himself up: he gave me his Enn:
I he carried it in front of pan s, roncea'ed. Page
—Paints and Oils of the best
—Uncle Ike Foster was in town
told me that all he regrelfe«! was that he shot
Brown twice when down;said he (Page) shut 4
quality always on hand at W. E.
'—Rufe Hendricks was seriously I shots:
__ _ was _______
that we had the last week.
Grace’s drug store.
hurt while riding out from Burns \ years old.
**• Br'*wl1- 1
—P. F. Stenger is expected home
last Sunday evening, by his horse '"’ ’ " ’
C. Welcome has a conepicu-
stumbling and falling upon him.
—W. W. Johnson got in from
WltnMre. were next examined for the
ous new sign in front of his shop.
He was taken to Thus. Haskell’s, defendant.
Canyon City last evening.
A. C. Worthington was the artist.
until his family could be notified, J.
, wa« called and testified: I
—A number of cases of aicknegH
not iinow they were in tile lui< * room
—The organ on exhibition at when he wa8 removed to his home. , <li<i
until I saw them there; thev were standing from hillious complaints reported
¡up when I fir^t saW them; Page said to
T he H erald office by C. A. Gilbert
Brown, “Come take a drink, I have got to this week.
can lie had on reasonable terms. from.
^Mr Reed retires from the res
7 rx At
KO home, there i* a man wai ing on me;”
—On the 1 i th inf»t. while Louis. Brown told him he could lick him from
Come, see and hear it.
young Fon of Chas. Ziegler, was out Dan u» Beer-hcba: Brown nay«. ’ By (Jod, I taurant business in favor of Thos
. . . ®
will hit yon.” nnd he <H»I; Page fell ami
Miss Ella Hanley and her bro J gunning
he stumbled and fell for . caught on left hand; shot then; after Brown Giauini.
.„wo, Brown advanced; j —Theban Francisco Examiner,
ther Will, who have been visiting ward upon some willow tmaga and knocked Page down,
Im.I advanced .2 to that chief of democratic dailies, is
I last saw lirowrijie
Ed. Hanley the past fortnight, will j had hi» left cheek ripped open from i when
within 5 feet of
L don’t Know how
return home the last of the month. ; the corner of the mouth. Hie fath- manv
iircu; - the
n»c»l ; on file on our reading desk. Come
I er brought him to town and had it pretty fa“f. That i> uh that I saw of the and read it.
—“Tex’es” Saloon, near the post sewn up, and it is thought no scar vious to the shooting, In reference to pre
T he city of San Francisco had
office, is kept as a place of resort will be left to disfigure the face.
| trouble between hint and Page.
a very destuctive fire Sept 9th,
I Statement with reference to the trouble which destroyed property worth
for all liking a quiet, orderly place,
—Two men passed thro’ Burns T wa-» standing at Bvrd> stable ; Brown »ai<l, »1,000,000.
fresh cigars and best liquors of ev
“Page i* going to H ck nte, hut he can’t do
the latter part of last week, one ! . it:
ery kind in the market.
” pulle«! out a KYtife an»l said he would
—Mr. nnd Mrs. T. J. Morrison,
with a buckskin pack horse; a fr‘w stjck ¡t jnto par* before sun-np.
who sold out to go to the Willam
I Knife exhibited,]
^-Wm. Levens started for Baker days afterwards an officer from Ida
Question: Did you convey the informa ette, have purchased the band of
City, where he expects to meet his ho came on their trail, stating that tion
sheep in which they had a half in
to Mr. Page?
father and mother, who are coming they were horse thieves. Deputy Htateobjected; point argued; submitted: terest, and, we are pleased to learn,
from Douglas county on a visit to Sheriff Smith and Thos. Dodson overruled.
will remain in the Harney country
their sons, Wm. and H. C. Levens, started in pursuit, and will proba Answer: I told him to watch out after
—Yearly advertisers of stock
that and wer-p away from him. Pare «aid,
residing a short distance from
• I gtic«« there h no danger.” I hau no fur brands in T he H erald get inser
Burns. They arc expected in to as their animals were pretty well ther conversation that I retneinber of. I
worn out when they passed through not run through into the -a I non. I wav in tions of stolen and strays free. -
billiard mom before the ahorRlng maybe
—Porn,'to Mr. and Mrs. Victor
here. They were making their way trie
a minute. I think that I have relate! all
—People who dofiire to nee truly toward Lakeview.
of the conversation between Mr. Page and J. Miller, at Harney, Monday, Sept.
fine Rpecimens of the field and gar
—Adam Robbins, who lives near Crow examined : Had no recollection of 10th, a son.
den culture of the Harney country,
Ol li Harney correspondent came
him but the one time; don’t know
are invited to visit T he H erald of Dr. Embree>, last Monday brought where he got hi- ni-tol ; Mr. Pave wit- in a in too late for publication, but will
« falling |x»-iiion when he rhot; 1 looked to be in time hereafter, as our publi
fice and examine fipecimens of oata,
ward the door when «he shot wa- fired and
wheat, rye, barley, grata, millet, now digging. They are as fine <lid
not loot any other direction. 2d an- cation day is changed to Thursday.
heana, potatoes, and read the re looking and good samples of pota mwer: Ï gne-a not.
He will find that Burns’ people are
cords of perishable article« «ent in toes as are grown anywhere in this Win. Clark testified Known Wm. Page in harmony of sentiment with Har
«inre DWH; I witnemed the tight or trmjbie
during the pa«t peaaon.
in <’aldwel!> saloon ; some half or ney citizens on the subject matter
acre, breaking new sod, last May; them
three quarters of an hour before, I wiinewod
—W. J. Lowing of Harney aent used no irrigation, nor cultivation; a conversation between them; Page told of his communication.
ir as a dozen po
p< Oman that he had beard that he waa g'dng ,
in three remarkably fine potatoes he found as many
Call "nd Kettle.
to lick him the fir«t time he came to tovn ;
for the Harney Fair. He rained tatoes to a hill. The 9 brought
_ in Brown «aid no: Pag* «aid he did not be
one ton of the ‘'Elephant” variety weighed 12 lbs.; one of UttRl, the lieve he «aid it ; be raid •*! will a'dek my
into you. Page before midnight.” indebted to the
of potato, which averaged 2 lbs. “Elephant” variety, weighs 1/ lb», unite
Mr. Clemen* took both to the bar. I went blacksmithing are respectfully re
each; the “Centennial,” 1 lb; the is 18 in. circumference, 9 in. long; into the card room and sat down at a table.
“Early Rose,” 1 lb. Thene three 2 weigh each 2 lb».; 1, the “Cen- I heard no conversation until ju«t before quested to call and settle up lie-
they went out ; Bn»wn said that he could
pototeea are the finest in shape and tcnnial” variety, weigh» | lb. but is lick him in the sagebrnah. hère or any fore October 1st, and save further
P- 8. E arly .
where Page said, ' Me. I want no UouWe expenses
color that we have everHeen.
of fine shape.
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