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LZCTIRZ FRIDAY NIGHT, 11th.
COUNTY COURT PROC1CEDINGH.
APRIL TERM, 1889.
For benefit of the Burns church
Judge Dustin will deliver a lecture
In reply to all settlers who have ap pTINAL PROOF.
on the subject of “Man,” in the
Monday and Tuesday’s proceed
plied to this office to have their place for prov
U nited S tates L and O ffica J church, on Friday evening, 12th
Lakeview, Or.. Ma.< h 22, L8»9.)
ings were published last week.
S tates L and O ffice ,/ ing up changed in their Notices of Publication
Everybody invited to attend.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the foliow- inst.
jon, February 2», 188» | from Canyon City to Harney: We are instruct
iuK-named settler has filed notice of his iuten- Admission fee 50c at the door.
GIVEN tbai the foilow-
Fflled notice of his iuten- ed to say that claimants must go to the piaue us
. _ « will
...in be made before
J. T. Sillman having posted no- •
vu R « i xr
. * and , that said
»f in support of his claim, « .
countv Clerk of Grant connty,
Oregon, at t an
___will be made before the first published in Notice, and in no case can the County
Brant souuty, Oregon, at parties appear before any officer that is not yon City, Or., on June loth, 1889, viz:
—Dude Cavin has been under ar tices, deposited $100 with county
M..0U April 18th, 188», vis:
treasurer, filed his petition, and |
named in the Final Proof Notice«.
D. 8. No. 3308, for the NE qr of SW qr, and Lots rest since Saturday on charge of
® Mb Bunyard,
1, 2. A 3, Sec 31, Tp 22, b R 38 E. He uamea the
satisfactory bond, was grant
the S1» of NE qr and Lots
following witnesses to prove his continuous aiding and abetting the escape of
fp. 2», 8. of R324E He
residence upon, aud cult vatlon of, raid land viz:
to sell spirituous, vinous
K witnesses to prove his piNAL PROOF,
Harry Fairmann, Jack Fair man, John Stemlrr, Jim Moore, by trading one of his
| upon, and cultivatiou of
and R. Moore, all of Drewsey, Grant county, Or
by the dram, in
work horses for four of the prison
L Thompson, 8. Goodspeed,
U nited S tate « L and O ffice . i
IT. 8. Ca.'son all of Haruey,
Burns precinct, for one year.
La Grande, Oregon. March 8, 1889. |
Any person who desires to protest against the
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the fol allowance of such proof, or who knows of auy
James H. Loggan appointed Jus
res to protest against the lowing named settler ha« filed notice of hi« in substautia] reason, uudei the law and the regu appear before the grand jury, and
f, or who knows of any tention to make final proof in support of hi« lAtiuns uf the Interior Departineut, why such
of the Peace for Harney pre
er the law and the regu claim and that said proof will be made before proof should not be allowed, will be given an was released on Tuesday.
Department, why such the County Clerk of Grant county, at Canyon opportunity at the above mentioned time and
cinct, to fill vacancy
lowed, will be given an City, Oregon, on May 2d, 1889, vix:
place to c'russ-examiue the witnesses of said
—School Superintendent L. B.
ve mentioned time and
claimant, and to offer evidence iu rebuttal of
Ordered that a contract be let for
ptt the witnesses of said
that submitted by claimant.
Baker has taken a claim on Silvies building a temporary jail to cost
r evidence in rebuttal of D. 8. No. 8880, for the Lots 1 A 2 NE qr of NE qr,
8ec80, and NW qr NW qr Sec 29, Tp 18, S R 3i\
river a few miles from where he not more than $500. That said jail
E. He names the following witnesses to prove
A. ff. 8NF.LLING, Register.
his continuous residence upon aud cultiva
intends residing in the near future. be built at Harney, the temporary
tion of said land, vix: Benjamin F. Carter, Wal
A. r. SNELLING. Register.
ter I). Capps, Jesse Davis, and 8. F. Jenkin«,
ail of Drewsey, Grant county, Oregon.
—Capt. W. L. Geary having sev county-seat of Harney county, on a
The County Court of the State of Oregon for
Any person who desire« to protest against the the Connty of Harney, invites Sealed Proposals ered his connection with the On lot to be designated by the court.
allowance of «uch proof, or who know« of any for furnishing Building Material, aud building
substantial reason, under the laws and regula a temporary county Jail at the temporary coun tario business house, is viewing That the Clerk give notice by pub
tions of the Interior Department, why such ty seat. Plans and Specifications cau be seen
proof should not be allowed, will be given an at the office of the County Clerk at Harney, the Harney valley prospects.
lication in the E ast O regon H er
UN1TTO S tates L and O ffice , i opportunity at the above mentioned time and
Proposals are. also, invited for the furnishing
ald for three successive weeks that
Lakeview, Otagon, February 20, 1889.1 place to cross-examine the witnesses of said
claimant, and to offer evidence in rebuttal of of Benches such as now in use in the Court
CE IS HIBIBY GIVEN that the fol that submitted by claimant.
proposals will be received by
•naUMfiflflttlat has filed notice of her iu-
The right to reject any and all bids reserved. Stenger’s—at Railroad prices
:=c=:^ |fl make final proof in support of her Men 21-17
HENRY RINEHART, Register.
the county court, and the contract
and that aaid proof will be made before
Bids will be opened at 1 o’clock, p m, SATUR
inty Clerk Grant county, Oregon, at Can-
—VVe are informed that Wm. be let or rejected, as the court may
DAY, the 27th day of APRIL, 1889.
y.Orvcoa,on April 18lh, 1S39, »1«:
y THOR. J. SHIELDS, County Judge,
> T. B. JAMES, Co. Oominissioner, Gibson was arrested at the Sod deem best.
Mtaa A«W1«-H Ward,
> L. HOWARD, Co. Commissioner. house by deputy-asslitant consta
BN, He MM Of NK qr, A F>,otNW',.
IP k W'IN w L She namt« the following P'INAL PROOF.
W. E. G eace , County Clerx.
to prove MT continuous residence up
A Cote’s petition
Nl&MtWflf aaid land, viz: G. W.
U nited S tates L and O ffice }
a rd, George McDowell,
Laxeview, Or. March 13, 1889. !
stealing a frame house belonging to for liquor license having 62 names
arney Grant county. Or.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow
s to protest against the ing named settler has filed notice of his inten
L. B. Baker of Harney.
on it, and C. A. Sweek as attorney
_______________ f, or who knows of any tion to make final proof in support of his claim,
ludtN dftf______________ the law an<11 he re<u and that said proof will be made before the
—Sworts <fc Miller had one An for them, the remonstrance of L.
n afAha^tifliirmr Department, why such County Judge of Grant county, Oregon, or in
ed, will be given an his absence the County Clerk of Grant co., Or., Official County Paper.
arrested on charge of sheep M. Brown and 15 others appear
mentioned time and at Canyon City, Or., on May 25th, 1889. vix:
the witnesses of said Oregon.
ing only by petition, was granted
to offer evidence iu rebuttal of
for a period of one year.
H. E. No. 369 for the EH of NE qr, NE qr of 8E
A. F. SNELLING. Register.
qr, Sec 28 and NW’ qr of SW qr, Sec 27, Tp 20, 8,
Wm. Harvey declining to accept
R 35 E. He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous reBideuce upon and culti
was in town this week; it weighs the Governor’s appointment to of
vation of said land, viz: Thomas Howard, Geo.
McDowell, Wesley C. Keeton, and 8. T. Giles,
fice of County Assessor, W. E. Al-
I, 200 lbs. and is 16) hands high.
all of Drewsey, Oregon.
berson was duly appointed to fill
HARNEY VALLEY ITEMS.
—J. C. Welcome has been grant
Any person that desires to protest against the
U nited S tater L and O ffice ,/
A 88. Lakeview,
Oregon, February 20, 1888.| allowance of such proof, or who knows of any
3E 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the follow substantial reason, under the law and the regu
It being the duty of the County
ed settler has filed notice of his iuten- lations of the interior Department, why such
In all the work that is to be done ty, easy-riding stirup.
nakefinal proof in support of his claim, proof should not be allowed, will be given an
Court to appoint a Stock Inspector,
ic«i«t said proof will be made before the opportunity at the above mentioned time and in and for the new county of Har
—A Japanese is in town.
•or Receiver at Lakeview. Oregon, on place to cress examine witnesses of «aid claim
for the new county, Wm. Meeker
ant, anti to offer evidence iu rebuttal of that ney, such as transcribing from Can
th. 1889. vis:
submitted by claimant.
—Charles Bauman—everybody was given that position.
Joha H. Farleigh,
A. F. SNELLING» Register.
yon City court house, letting con
knows “Carpenter Charley”—does
1 A 2, and
»n<l NE qr, of ...........
8. W. Miller was appointed Jus
tracts for building, furnishing, etc.,
30. A Let
Sec : 19, T;
Tp .-O. “
ft 34 E. He
all kinds of carpentry at fair prices. tice of the Peace for Drewsey Pre
witnesses to provehis con-
residence Upon, and cultivation of said
If you want a house built, furniture cinct No. 2.
______ 'z : Georgs Slater, Wm. Lessing, Wesley
ident people will be preferred by the
and Jack Darst, all ofDrewsey, Grant yiNAL PROOF.
made, or aay kind of carpenter or
Joseph A. Williams appointed to
county court in every instance where
U nited S tates L and office ,/
joiner work done in a neat aud ofiice of Justice of the Peace for
A. F. KNELLING. Register.
J,«Review, Or., March x, 1889.1
the work and prices are as advan
workmanlike manner, send in your Curry Precinct.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow
ing-natned settler has filed notice of his inten tageous to the county as offered by
orders to Chas. Bauman.
tion to make final proof in support <•.’ his claim,
Stephen Lampshire was appoint
Our county court is
and that said proof will be made before the outsiders.
’ 4 PROOF.
Register and Receiverat Lakeview, Oregon,
ed Supervisor of Road District No.
on May 4th, 1889, vix:
U nits » S tates L and O ffice , /
Andrew E. Lucas,
abounds with native talent that on charge of bigamy, escaped from
Lakflfliew. Oregon. February 27, 1889|
D. S. No. 2512, for the ES of SW qr, 8W qr of 8E
?E IS HEREBY GIVEN that the fol qr. Sec 29, NW qr NE qr. Sec 82, T d 29, H, R 83 E. needs only opportunity for develop
There being no proper place for
tamed settler has filed notice of his in He names the following witnesses to prove his
to make final proof in support of his continuous residence upon and cultivation of ment, and “with county division” Thursday evening, traded off bis
the safe-keeping of moneys that
nd that said proof will be made before said land, vix T. M. Seaward, A. S. Rowland,
ister and Receiver at Lakeview, Oregon, L. M. Seaward, and C. D. Richer Ison, all of Dia gained our citizens think the oppor mules for a horse on which to get
may come into the County Treas
tunity come, and ask for preference. away and has not been heard of urer’s hands by virtue of his office,
Any person who desires to protest against the
. 2880. for the NE’< of 8ccl?,Tp24, 3 allowance of such proof, or who knows of any
Eince. The innocent victim of hie
He names the following witnesBett to substantial reason, under the law and the regu
Citizens who advocate “home in unprincipled conduct is nearly it was ordered that the Clerk pur
flcontinuuufl residence upon, and vulti- lations of the Interior Department, why such
chase a safe of about 3400 lbs. for
ectiea rtt! :f,said land, vis J. C. Foley, M. 8. Riggs proof should not be allowed, will be given an terests first, the world afterwards,”
d Gilham, and Thus. McCormick, all of opportunity at the above mentioned time and
crazed with grief over the affair,
r O„ Grant county. Oregon.
said Treasurer, for county purposes.
place to crcM-examine the witnesses of said must not let the golden moment
and has the heart-felt sympathy of
claimant, and to offer evidence iu rebuttal of
■erson who desires to protest against that submitted by claimant.
vans« offluelt proof, or who knows of
a host of friends and acquaintances,
A. F. SNELLING, Register.
Manual man, under the law and the Meh 28-18
a special term of
ald , read what work the county
Mfl of th« Ulterior Department, why
—J. D. Shaw, the young gentle county court be held Saturday,
<Otshould n<M be allowed, will be given
triunity at ®e above mentioned time
:«to crosa-examine the witnesses of said QESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF.
in their line, ask reasonable prices, man in charge of the Stenger store April 27th, 1889, at 10a m, for con
t, and to offer evidence in rebuttal of
subscribed for T he H erald and sideration of letting contract tor
>mitt«d by claimant.
r kited S tates L and O ffice . I and by such action not fall into the
Lacevtevv. Or«-gon. Man h 20, 1889 I
A.F. KNELLING, Register.
the S. F. Call, one of the most reg building temporary jail; furnishing
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that (.eorfe common error of not keeping posted
H. Brow«, of Riley, Harney county, Oregon,
ular and prompt arrivals on our benches for the temporary county
has filed notice of his intention to make proof as to the status of the home labor
on his desert land claim No. 1S7, for the KE qr
Order eent yesterday.
buildings; renting a temporary
of NW qr. NE qr of KW qr. WU of KE qr, Sec 32. market, and grumble instead of club list.
Tp 24, S R 23 E, before the Register or Receiver
at Lakeview, Oregon, on Wedesday, the 5th work—the first course is the most
—Final proof notices of Messrs. court house; and granting a liquor
day of June, 18X9. He names the following wit
U nited S tater L and O ffice ,}
nesses to prove the complete irrigation and re profitable.
J. N. Farrens, J. F. Smith, and license to Paul Ixrcher in Burns
¿akevtew, Oregon, Mart h let. 1889.|
clamation of said land: Ramuel F. Hutton, Al
1* W HERBSY GIVEN that the follow mon Randall, John Ammuus, and W. D. Arnett
R. .Selle, are in this issue.
ed settler has filed rotice of hie inten- all of Riley, F. O., Harney co.. Or.
«ake final »roof in support of his claim, Apl 4-19
A. F. KNELLING, Register.
raid proof %ill be made before the
promptly furnished T he H erald this week.
sterand Roaeiver, at Lakeview, Oregon
—Citizens of Harney county
all winter with eggs, and an excel /—Fine, large pansies and colum write to the following addresses
lent quality of fresh butter, is quite bines in blossom in T he H erald and tell what you know of your
just ckfluMN, tof tbflF V'4, Sec 11. Tp 23. 8 R 28,
U nited S tates L and O ffice ,}
amen the folio ring witnesses to prove
Lakeview, Oregon, March 15, 1889. | ill from effects of inflammatory yard, and tea roses full blown in
county, if you wish to help adver
»f all o*,a|nnoQ0 rcsiden ce upon, and cultiva-
NOTICE H HEREBY GIVEN that the follow rheumatism; one of the children is the office.
vis J. C. Creasman, John
I •uperle A. W. Hartbv 1, and R N Miller, all tng named settler has filed notice of his inten
tise it abroad.
tion to make final proof in support of his claim,
—J. C. Welcome, harness and
v , Graft count/. Oregon.
and that said proof will be made before the sick from the same cause.
W. J. Orr, Gainesville, Ozark co.,
County Clerk of Harney county, Oregon, at
saddler, says that business haB Mo.
Harney, Oregon, May 31st, 1889, vis:
—Henry Luig, who occasionally
Jenkins T. James, Stella, Rich
I. M. Blevwns,
supplies Burns with beef (and good
e copies ft ,
ardson co.. Neb.
D. 8. No. 1370, for the Lots 1, 2, &. 3. 8ec 3, Tp
20, 8. R 33«^ E He names the following wit fat beef, at that) it is rumored, paid /—Fritz Mace is suffering from
James M. Clark, Colton, Wash.
Umma S tatk , I. akd Orriri, | nesses to prove his continuous residence upon,
lAÜwvîmr. Orrmn. March s, 1NW. I and cultivation of, said land, viz: R. A. Miller, ♦800 for another farm.
We are the effects of the pistol Bhot re
Clark Humphrey, Pine Valley,
;KIS HEREBV GIVEN that the follow- A. J. Alphin, 8. W. Hamilton, and Wm. Meeker
glad to record such evidence of so ceived in the back in '84, at the Union co., Or.
ed settler has file-.1 notice of his inten- all of Drewsey, Oregon.
*ake final praof in support of his claim
D. B. 1 routman, Tallman, Linn
Any person who desires to protest against the industrious a farmer’s prosperity.
t saM proof will be nude before the
time of the Bland-Mace shooting
Clerx of Hfilheur county, Oregon, at allowance of such proof, or who knows of any
substantial reason, under the law and the regu
»ton, oa May lat, 1889. vis:
—E. A. King requests us to state affair, the bullet never having been
lations of the Interiot Department, why such
Geo. R. Betts, Olympia, Wash.
proof should not be allowed, will be given an that his saw-mill is now in readi extracted.
H. Eegle, Henrietta, Clay co., T«.
a NIL Nr tit. SW^ of 8EU. See S4. TP opportunity at the above named time and place
to cross-examine the witnesses of sf id claimant
—Messrs. Ritterbush <fc Fischer
R. H. Johnson, Woodruff, Phil
V. sw and to off sr evidence in rebuttal of that sub- ness to accommodate the public
» 8. * WE. He names the following rnitted by claimant.
lips co., Kas.
his continuous residence
with lumber of every description were in town Tuesday.
Jk F. SNELLING. Register
.said land, vis: Jackson Apl 4-19
Frank Grove, Paradise Valley,
illis, Jesse Thompson,
on demand; and will not be under
—We are glad to learn of the ap Nevada.
mond, an of Drewsey,
sold by any lumber firm. Orders pointment of Lytle Howard of
George Brooks, Beaverton, Or.
Drewsey, for county commissioner,
A. F. SNELLING. Re«l«t«r
Chapman Pennock, Fort Benton,
—Eggs retailing at 20c a dozen as his reputation for ability, good Montana.
in the Harney market; 25 cents in judgment, and principle is unsur
—All who know themselves in
U nited S tates L and O ffice , ( Burns; butter at 35c, and beef at passed.
Lakeview. Oregon, March 27th, 1889,i
debted to N. Brown will please come
No fruits, or vegetables;
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that the follow 10c a lb.
vited S tates L and O ffice . I
forward at once and settled up. -
ew, Oregon. March 8, 1889. | ing-named settler has filed notice of his inten
coffee, tea, sugar, nor Harney valley Indians, lost a small
EBY GIVEN that the follow
filed notice of his inten
salt for sale in the town.
ds support oi his claim, county Judge or in hie absence before the
of their whereabouts.
will be made before the County Clerk of Harney county, Oregon, at
—It is currently reported the
ver, at Lakeview, Oregon,
—Quite an enjoyable dance took
John N. Farrnns,
Stenger hotel will be thoroughly place in the country at Mr. Gates’
H. E. No. 622, for the NE qr of 8W qr, snd Lots
e NW qr of Ser 14, Tp 37, 8. I. 2, A 8. Sec 81, Tp 19, 8. R 34. E. He names the renovated and thrown open for pub
on Friday night.
the following wi tn eases to following witnesses to prove his continuous res
residence upon and < ulti- idence upon, and cultivation of said land. vis. lic patronage soon, under the able
—Silas McMurphy started Sun-
Vis; R B Fream, J. R. Wil Fred Bliss, Andrew Hanet, John D. Mttche’,
, and Johu Smith, all of and Samuel Miller, all of Drewsey, Harney co., management of Mrs. Mary Cald-' day to Idaho to look after his un-
well, one of the beet cooks and fortunate daughters’ welfare, and to
ires to protest against ths
Any person who desires to protest against the
f, or who knows of any allowanceof such proof, or who knows of any housekeepers in the county.
If the attend the trial of Wm. Bedell for
nder the >aw and the regu- substantial reason, under the law and the regu
r Department, why such- latlonaof the Interior Department, why such rumor is reliable, we shall esteem killing Green Shelton.
allowed, will De riven an proof should not be allowed, will be given an
[above mentioned time and opportunity at the above mentioned time and Burns greatly favored.
/—D. L. Shirk of Catlow, was in
Mne the witnesses of said place-to cross examine the witnesses of said
Burns from Canyon, on Sunday and
■Ter evidence iu rebuttal of claimant, and offer evidence in rebuttal of that
—It is very important in this age
submitted by claimant
A. F. INELL’XG Register
A. F. SNELLING. Register
of vast material progress that a Monday, and met many friends
remedy be pleasing to the taste and and well-wishers.
—Every member of any church,
to the eye, easily taken, acceptable
now living in Burns and vicinity, it Combin«» th* jnic« of the Bln* Fip of
to the stomach and healthy in its
to laxatim and ««tnuou,
is earnestly hoped will be present California,
with th« medicinal virtn*» of planti
nature and effect».
Possessing at divine service next Sunday.
| knova to ba n>o«t beneficial to the
these qualities, Syrup of Figs is the /—Wm., generally spoken of as hnman «vitem. forming th« ON LT PER
T GIVEN that the follow-
filed notice of his inten
one perfect laxative and most gen “Bud” Thompson, of Fort Bidwell, FECT REMEDY to act gaatly y«<
W In support of his claim,
promptly oa the
will he made before the
tle diuretic known.
a newspaper inan formerly con
eowuty, at Canyon City,
—Christians, you are wanted to neeted with the Eugene Guard and IIDIH8, LIVES AID BOIEU
get in, this and next week, and do Roaeburg Plaindealer, was in Burns
your best work for whatever church this week, and speaks of selling out CteiiMtu — System
M rna» —
you represent, by being present, and and settling in Harney country.
taking bold of work laid out for
—Great Reduction in Drew Good« |
HEALTH anti STRENGTH
you to do now, while a minister of at N. Brown’«.
follow. E»ery mh 1« adng it
—Wm E Alherson of Harney,' Natanlly
the gospel is present to share in,
and all ar« delighted with it. Ark y-er
aid, and direct your efforts to a wm a good selection by our count r draggttl for SYRUP OT PIGS. Man»
faemred only by the
Xo practical consummation—“:'1 »sed court to fill the o*hcr o' asweaeor.
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Arrive« at BURNS on Tuesday«, Thursday«, and Saturday« at • p. ■».
Uave« BURNS on Monday«, Wednesday and Friday» at 4:30a. a».
Arrive» at VALE on Tuesday«, Thursday», and Saturday» at • p. ■
Cleet couuectM* at VALE with stage for ONTARIO.