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COUNTY COl'llT fKOCEEblXGS.
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Special term of county court met
Facts in the following are taken WITH THE BEST BOOKS PUBLISHED. AT CHEAPEST RATES
SETTLERS TA KI NOTICE -«X
Official County Paper.
in Harney, Saturday, 27th inst., and from the Grant County News Extra. ' Look here for a Coupon, cut it out, send to Alden and order the book.
pplication« of Notice t<> make Hnal
rrectly mad« out for y ou at thia office,
U nited S tates L and O ffice . /
held over Monday. Present, Judge Patrick McGinnis, who murdered
Lakeview, Oregon, April 11, 1889.1
copy of tbia Mp •« >» malle i you free
HEREBY GIVEN that the fol
THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1889.
No. 2. Value •J.V Cent».
Shields, Commissioners Howard, Deputy Sheriff Robert Lockwood,
uk . Dy uermiaaio: ■ f the l’. s. Post of-
lowing named settler has filed notice of his in
lrtmaul, whll«y< ir Notice is pubiiahed tention to make final proof in support of hi6
Our Book Coupon,
expiated his crime on the gallows,
claim, and that Baid proof will be made before
the County Clerk of Harney county, Oregon, at
Any subscriber to the E ast O r
Liquor license granted Messrs. Friday, April 26, 1889. He main
Harney City, Oregon, on June 3d, 1889, viz:
egon H erald , who has paid there
tained the coolness and nerve which
I), s. No sroa, for W1... of SE qr, NE qr of <W qr
for in advance, who will cut out
Uwrrap S tates L and O ffice > SW
qr of NE qr. Sec 14, Tp l'J, S, R
has characterized his actions since
or. March is, lssp.
present this coupon, personal
•E IS HER«® IVES th e the f.»lh»w- tinuous residence upon, and • ultivation of.Bai.I
Following constables appointed: his capture and conviction, and dur
ly or by mail, at any store of Jno.
e<bpettier ha« tiled notice of h s inten- land, viz: Fred Bliss. A. H. Marks. Jesse Davis,
We would respectfully call to the Van Curtis for Harney precinct; itig the past few days of his life
aake final proof in support of his claim, ami J. IL Anderson, all of Drewsey P. O., Har
B. Alden, Publisher, 393 Pearl st..
At «aid prowffwi'l bv made before (he ney county, Oregon.
New York; 242 Wabash av., Chi
1 attention of the honorable county J. B. Ware Drewsey
Judge of Orawt c ounty, Oregon, or in
uce the County Clerk of Grant co.. Or.,
Any person who desires to protest against the
cago; 13 S. 9th st., Philadelphia;
ju City. Or„ on May 25th, 1W. viz .
allow ant e of such proof, or w ho knows of uny court the present deplorable condi
in the face, not a tremor, no trace of
A. J. Alphin
suf stantial reason, under the law and the regu
6 Whitehall st., Atlanta, Ga.: or
of the luterior Department, why such tion of the school interests of the Joshua Craig Curry
remorse or fear of death was visible
i lip. M9 for the I1 J of NK qr, NE or of 8E lations
30 Adelaide st., East Toronto, will
proof should not be allow ed, will be given an
.«and NW qrof rW qr, bee 27, Tp 20, S, opportunity
at the above mentioned time and county, directly resultant from the
on his countenance.
be credited with Twenty-five cents
name« the .’allowing witnesses to place to cross examine the witnesses of said
VAR( 1« He
continuous residence upon and c ulti-
laimaut. ami to offer evidence iu rebuttal of lack of personal supervision on the
One o’clock p. m. was the hour
(25c.) toward the regular price of
' Baid land, viz. Thomas Howard, Geo. < that
submitted by claimant
ieton, and S. T. Giles,
part of school superintendents. As
A. F. SNELLING, Register.
II. M. Horton for Blitzen precinct;
we now have in Prof. Baker an of
execution, and when the hour drew
friri "r*>n I»« ■li'.lr« >o proteM «gRlr.rt the
Geo. W. Porter Drewsey No. 1 “
x wl ce of such proof, or who know s of any
12tno, cloth, 470 pages,
ficial well-read in the Oregon school
tial reason, under the law aud the regu
nigh, the prisoner with all shackles
of the Juterior Department, why sde h
Price 50c (a better bound book
lould not be »lowed, will he given an
U nited S tates L and O ffice ,/ system, it would lay a good found
removed, in company with sheriff,
than sells here now at $1.25); pos
Lf * uity at the above mentioned time and
Lakeview, Oregon, April 11, 1889.1
ation for his successors to build awarded contract for building tem deputies and Rev. Father Henrich,
■ »4. cross examine wit nesses t>f said ela’m-
tage 12c, the remainder to be paid
d to offer evidence iu rebuttal of that ing-named settler has filed notice of his inten
in eash, the order to be received
of Baker City, proceeded to the
ed by claimant.
tion to commute and make final proof in sup upon, for our county court to em
F. 8NELI.1NG, Register.
port of his c laim, and that said proof will Le ploy Mr. Baker to visit every school
To Wm. Skinner was awarded scaffold at the rear of the jail.
on or before May 22d, 1889. Cat
made before the County Clerk oi Harney coun
J ohn R. A lden .
ty, Or, at Harney City, Or. on June 12th, 1889, viz: district in the county, perfect their the contract for furnishing the nec
Those who expected to see McGin
Charles C. Hill,
essary number of benches fur tem nis display weakness were disap
he E ast O regon H er
. I’NITKD S tates L and O ffi < e ,/ Sec 7. A W’., of NW qr, of Sec 8. Tp -2, S R 80, E.
ald , us al ove «pceified, claim the above offer
porary public buildings.
LaKWiew, Or., March 8, 1889.1
pointed, for instead of being assisted
aud inclose the money.
He names the following witnesses to prove his in such way that the school houses
CE IS HEREBY «.IVEN that the follow continuous residence upon, and cultivation of
Paul Locher liquor license for to mount the stairs he steppedin
---- ^iied settler i as filed notice of his inien- said land, viz: J. J. Gregg, Edward Perry, John shall be comfortably finished, and
-make final proof iu support of his claim, Adams, and Harvey Dixon, nlLof Burns P. O.,
suitably furnished, in accordance Burns precinct upon executing suf advance of the guards and bounded
at said proei Will be made before the Harney county, Oregon.
rand Receiver at Lukcview, Oregon,
Any person who desires to protest against the with the intention of the school ficient bond.
up the steps as though eternity
Z 4th. 1889, Vi«:
allow’ance of such proof, or who knows of any
Aadrew e:. I. ucas,
substantial reason, under the law and the regu laws, etc.; this can be done this
Send Books by
qi r, SW qr of SE latiouB of the Interior Department, whv suc h
----- for the EJ^ of SW j
29, NW «r NB V, See IJJ.
Tr 29, s, R .83 E. proof should not be allowed, will be given an fall and winter.
We know that May 18th, at 10 o’clock, a in.
only of a few short minutes.
les the following witnesses to prove his opportunity at the above mentioned time and
1 bcwp .. ioub reflideace n
11 j 1On nU(| cultivation of place to cri fs examine the witnesses of said the money so spent would be for the
On being asked bv Sheriff Gray
A. S. Rowland, claimant, and io offer evidence iu rebuttal of
»re- liiM vil- T. M.Eei
‘award, and^’, D. Richardson, all of Diu- that submitted by claimant.
immediate benefit of all the people Harney County Public School Fund. ifl ie had anything to say, he pro-1
A. E. SNELLING.
The following is the apportion tested his innocence declaring he
of llarney county.
iHib'. . jgrgon yho dcltoircs to proter* against the
• IvCg-, ice of auch p^oof. or who knows of any
of the County School Fund was not the murderer of Robert
itial reason,«teder the law and the regu-
P roprietors ,
DICKSON & SULLIVAN
of the Interior Department, why such
various districts of Harney Lockwood, llis hands were then
J. L. Bosenberg, Mixologist.
-»lould not be allow ed. will be given an
mity at the above mentioned time and
next, May 5th.
county, Oregon, as furnished by strapped to his sides, his feet se
o crvss-examiue the witnesses <>f saiii QONTEST NOTICE.
it, and to offer » idence iu rebu ’.ji 01
—The Latest arrival in Burns is Prof. L. B. Baker.
cured. the noose adjusted and the
Gi jmitted by clai ■
Everything in our line of the Best. Liquors—Whiskies, Brandies,
U nited S tates L and O ffic e ./
Lakeview, Oregon, April 28,1889.i
A. Z >NELI.ING. Regis-r.
Amount. black cap drawn over his face, when
Wines, Fancy Drinks, etc., Cigars, etc., always on hand when
i)MPI AIN’T HAVING BEEN FNTFF D in
13. . L. M. Brown.
30 after a short prayer by the priest,
you call on “Uncle Dick,” at Drewsey, Harney county, Or.
he eneral Land Office of the Uniieu . uasby
: rt land , U n \ l proof .
X—Joe Baird is still confined to
\.phe a Vi n.it.-r against F. Vanderhoof deny
23. J. R. Baker
163.70 the soul of Patrick McGinnis was
ing his said Vaixierh.>4.f's) ri'-’lrs to lhe trac ts
U nited S tates L and O ffice ./ ,»f 1«..u embrac ed in his Timber-' ultnre Fntrv the house, but is looking better than
26 J. S. Kenyon .
- Laxeview, Oreguu, Man h 2O, 1889 I
No. 918, dated bepf. I n , 1X88, up< n ilie N’2 of SE
\qc CE IS HEREBY GIVEN I hut Ge rg.- ', » f Sec' 7. Tp .7. S R 3n E. in Harney eountv, late reports lead friends at a dis
28. . G. W. Porter.
209.18 lauuched into the great world be
' *'v' ,,A\n, of Rllev, llaruo county, Oregon, Oregon, with a view to the cancellation of said
31. W. E. Alberson
504.90 yond—gqilty or not guilty? The
d notice of his Intention to make proof eiur. .
desert land Claim No. 187. for theSE qr
Contes'ant alleges that ever since Nov. 17,
231.90 drop was sprung at 1:15, and in 22
36. Prestlev Smyth..
ir NE qr at SW qr. W1., of SE qr, Sec 2. ; ■ >(», and up to .he present time he has resided
—Ashland Review:“Long John”
- R 2’3 E, before the Re,.'B er or Re. eiver
158.00 minutes Drs. Horsley and Scott pro
37. J. C. Garrett..
in-] r. vv" and < ul naled the said tra<ts
icrvu'clo--evj0Wj Ureijun, on V < es av, ihe - id np..n,
IN HERALD OFFICE,
i au<: a
bus harves e< valuable c r* ps there- the man with the long “auger” has
38. M. B. Haves.......
lune, 1889. He names the billowing ui-
nounced life extinct, the body was
a > prove theicun.p e e irrigation am; re
m to 5 p m.
I pursuan e . f it structh : s »•« <a lied iu
gone out to Harney valley with the
on of Baid land: Samuel F. iiniton, a ;
’ < n.u ¡rsi. i ci’s i etier > " ■ . pt i . i*
lowered and placed in the coflin.
imiall, JC'hnlAmmoU.B, a d W. D. Ari e
he su.'. lu.rics are lic.-elo s:,.’ •■ •eu’oap- Hanley’s,
iiis numerous friends
Every Lady and Gentlemen a welcome Visitor to this Free Read
liley, P. O., Harne <■<•., Ur.
prnr ar litis office at 13 o’clock u. in., June •.
43. L. C. Grout.......
192.12 The victim’s neck was not broken,
A. F. SNELLING. Regis’.er.
4» IS. 15 death caused by strangulation, al
And it appearing from the a'vdavit < f of Al- here hope that climate will suit
44. W. S. Haley
phena Vuua’.-r filed in this office aileging that him so well thjt he will stick there
ihe c laimn.it ! ilb ieft the State, aud after dili
though not a movement or struggle
gent search he has been uunb e to learn . f his forever.
48. .George Huston.
u hcreab« u s, i: is - rdered that this notice he
U nited states L and O ffice ,'
49. N. Hoover.
197.81 was perceptible at any time to be
Lakeview, Oregon, Marc h l.’>, lb«9. i served by publication for Thirty Da «in the
—E. A. King requests us to state
•11 |Yl2lC«U .HEKKhY GIVEN that Hie follow E ast O regon H erald , a newspaper printed at
203.50 tray this fact.
53. .Grant Thompson.
Uued settlor has LL-4 notice of hi« inten
that Lis saw-mill is now in readi-
The News says: “How McGinnis
make final pr«»..f in support of ILs < lam.. .Id .-2
A. F. SN'iZLLiNU. Regis <i.
a« said proof will be mai.’e bel.ne he
$4546.45 obtained the weapon—which was
n ss to accommodate the public
nJ <derk of Harney coum, . Oregon, u
Oregon, May ■ let, l«ay, \ iz:
with lumber of every description
“the office pistol” always kept in a
I. M. lllevcns,
AT P. F. STENGER’S, BU NS, OR
on demand; and will not be under -—Dude McClain of Drewsey, sold drawer in the sheriff’s office—is not
a. J370, for the Lois I,’.', & f. Sec ", Tp
it <814 E. He names the following wit
t’NITED STATES LAN’ Ol IT- T.. /
sold by any lumber firm. Orders out his saloon business to Dickson known, and perhaps will never be,
leingatU tu prove hi« continuvi s residence upon,
ltivation of, Baid hind, viz. It. A. Miller,
& Sullivan, who have replenished for no confession was made on the
NOTICE IS HEREBY «¡iVEN that the
Ipliin, S. W. Hamilton, and Wm. Meeker
mg-uained settler,has filed notice < 1 his inten
Jreu sey, Oregon
A FURTHER DISCOUNT OF
the stock, and will keep at the old gallows nor any statement to impli
peiBun who desires to protest against the a.><1 that said pro.if will be made before ¡he
The reports of the sale of the
C.,-\ itial reason, under the law and the regu- the Register and Receiver, at Lake view, Oregon Todhunter & Devine ranches and
cate any one. That secret died
of the Interior Departrneul, why s'.i- h on June 11th, 1889, viz:
open up as live as ever at Cracker with Pat McGinnis, and could any
H. 8. Gilbert.
hould not. be allowed, will be given an
jnity at th<ao«ne named time and plac e D. S. No. 2936, for the SE qr of SE qr Sec 27, and
ereek, whither he has gone.
one have been implicated with him
3 examine the w it ncsaes of si id elaiinam NE qr of N E qr. Sec . 4. and VV’., N W qr, Se< : o, lounds of the local press, is not
uection wiiiAdTili ¿Wente in rebuttal of that sub- Tp *8, S, R 3ri E. He names the iullowing
On All Goods Now' Held in Stock
i nesses to prove his continuons resident» currently believed here.
— Its excellent qualities com in the killing of Lockwood, their own
upon and cultivation of, said land, \iz: Io al
—-JKftfigSZA. F. SNELLING. Keuisier
confession, when they are called “to
■ arpenter, E. K. Meader, J. P. Smiih, .Jeff bih-
— Bob Ivers who started to Onta
ings.ey, all of (P. o. uddrcBB; Fort McDermitt,
meet Him whojudgeth all things,”
Hum bolt co., Nevada.
the 6th or 7th ult., for a load of California liquid fruit remedy, Syr must reveal the fact. No other
Any person who desires to protest agaii r.t the
U nited S tates L and O ffice , /
It is piesing to the eye
alioxvance of such proof, or who knnvsof any goods for the N. Brown store, got up of Figs.
Lak’evicwj Oregon, March 27th, 1889,1
substantial reus- n. under the law and the regu
j power can at this time clear up the
ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow- laii<;us of the interior Department, why suc h in Tuesday morning ail right, hav and to the taste, and by gently act
ned settler hits filed notic e of his inten- proof should not be all.>wed, will he given an
make final proof in support of his claim, opportunity iit the above inenlnned time and ing gone to Steen mountains, to load ing on the kidneys, liver and bow
at said proof will be made before the place to crus examine the witness«s of said
Judge or" in his absence before the elaimunt, and to oiler evidenc e in rebuttal of with wool when on the way to the els, it cleanses the system effect
clerk ofalarncy county, Oregon, at that submitted by claimant.
ually, thereby promoting the health
'City, Or., on May 21th, 1889, viz:
And it appearing from the records of this of, railroad.
While Mrs. M. Shofner was here
flee that the said tiacts aie claimed adversely
John M. Farrens,
comfort of all who use it.
Thomas N. Blethen, under D. S. No. :’17O, aud
her husband, brother to 8.
io. 622’, for the N E qr of SW qr, and Lois by
—SPRING GOODS—at the N.
is hereby cited to be present a- said time and
1, Sec 31, Tp 1", S. R 24. E. lie names the he
Shofner, who came last fall from
place ami submit any reasons he may have
THE upon, and ru.lii\atiou of said hm<l, viz: why the final proof of II. S. Gilbert should not
iliF,s, Andrew Harsct, John D. Mitchel, be approved.
Groceries; latest styles in spring gie Welcome returned this week Weiser City, Idaho, and settled on
A. F. .8NELLING, Register
mud Miller, all of Drewsey, llarney co., My 2-23
and summer dry goods. Cordial from a pleasant visit to Mr. and Red-S land, for the purpose of look
aerson who desires to protest agair st the
ing out a location, she learned of
Mrs. John W. Sayer.
ice of «ueb
<»r who knows of uny
any A Daily Mail front the East to Burns. invitation extended to all.
Northwest itial reasuu, under the law and lhe regu
the death of her brother in Idaho,
f this regiot&f the Interior Department, why such
U nited S tates P ort -O ffice D epartment ,
—Canaries for sale, Inquire at under very distressing conditions,
Attorney Williams, with wife
fie iiiiu .1 hould not be ul!..
allowed, will be Civen an
, April 8,1889.
mentioned lime and
mity at the r above
and child, took up his residence this office. Singers $5; females $1. and returned home at once. We
r of all noir'll) cross-examine the witnesses of said Postmaster at Burns, Oregon,
S ir : The ('on.ract« r on Koutf No. 4421G,
utter evidence in rebuttal of that
nt, and ottci
from Vale to Burns has been instructed, in last Thursday, in the Hudson house
— The time and place for hold- give particulars of the death below:
• c.f supti/ft(i4cd
ted by claii
pursuance of an order of the Postmaster
A. F. SNELLING.
______________ 2______ Gcneiul, to increase service to six times a in Burns, having left Canyon City ■ ing the first teachers institute in
The Weiser Leader: Last Satur
il iuiert) : e ‘
for the pleasure of residing in a llarney county, will appear in next day morning, between nine and ten
he niBfjzitt'VL PROOF.
The order is to take effect April 20, 1889,
O cis extra
ami you will report if it is then complied wide-awake town such as Burns issue of T he H erald .
Prof. Bak o’clock, as Henry Eshom was hunt W. E. GRACE, P roprietor ,
o R itu . d S tvtes L and office ,/
with.* Very respectfully,
IDFUOX * :
M«e\ iew. or., March 27th, 1889 i
claims to be.
er goes into his work in good earn- ing stock about two miles south of
S. A. W hitfield ,
.ICE fH HKlEBY GIVEN that the follow-
2 d Ass’t. Postmaster General.
imed settler hns filed notice of his inten-
—Wm. S. King of Silver creek | est, which is encouraging news to Rock creek, on Beach’s wood road,
» maKe final proof in support of his claim,
■—tiat said proof will he made before the
bound over by $600 bond to the friends and advocates ofthe where the road starts down a steep
ter or Receiver, al Lakeview, Oregon, on
before next grand jury on charge of ¡establishment of the best class of hill, he found the body of Geo. W.
3d, 18W, Viz
4»hn F. Smith.
dren teething, is the prescription of one of
A Large Assortment of
■ pVl),iic schools in the new county.
Tate, lying under the upturned wag
for the E’2
qr, Lot 4, the be*i female nur>es aad physicians in the seduction.
4. Sec 30. Tp 38 H, R .-s, E. He United Mates, and has been used for forty
ism«« .00 ¡following
wftnesBts to prove
Jfsidence upon, ami cultivation years with never-failing success by million-
- I —All who know themselves in sticking out under the box. Tate
d land, via: : Jam« s Donnelly. Christopher i of mothers for their children. During the] Stenger’s—at Railroad prices
FINE CUTLERY, NOTIONS, Etc.
debted to N. Brown will please come
Sibert, and M. D. Wintvis, all of
lean, Otis Gil
had been out on Rock creek build
a, Harney cm
It relieves the child from pain, cures dysen- ;
—Mel. Fenwick, we are informed forward at once and settled up. -
. , ,
Has just been Received.
y person wh o desires t«» protest against the terv and diarrhoea,
ing a stock corral, and it is sup
/sue« of «sc k h proof, or who knows of any and wind-colic. Py
r"? ir.7 1 health to the ' was bucked on a horse 1 uesday
>n. under the laws ami regula child it rests the mother. Pri-
—J. O. Bunyard lost a fine mare posed that he had started home
Department, why such a Ixittl«.
i of the Inter
n be allowed, will 1 v given an
last Friday evening, near four PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED
¡ie above mentioned time and
—S. Sliofner of Rcd-S settlement
jxamine the witness-s of sain
THE LEDGER LIBRARY
—Assessor Alberson starts out ’clock, or about the time of the
nant, and lt<>
tei offer evidence in rebuttal of
last week brought to Burns and
Everything guaranteed pure and of the very liest quality.
e<lu<sdi'M’ antanttzitl. claimant.
“Her Double Life,” hv Harriet Lewis,
to work this week to the eastern storm on that day, wlv-n the team I
f A. F. SNELLING. Register
Ledger Librttry No. 1: Paper < over 50c; Bound ' Harney a load of flour, corn-meal,
became frightened from some break
and pickles, which were brought in part of the county.
“Unknown,” by Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth.
age in the harness, which were old
Ledger Library No. 2: Paper. 50c; Bound, fl.oo. ' from Weiser City 15th ult.
—Several new houses going up and very poor and unsafe. Mr.
"Guijmaker of Moscow,” by Sylvanus « bb, Jr. •,
■ ited S tates L and O ffice ./
kevicw, Or., March 22, 1889,| Ledger Library No. 3: Paper 25c; Bound, <1.00.
—A. W. Waters has in al .out 12 in Harney.
Eshom informs us that as near as
,KF dy GIVEN that the follow
Any of the foregoing works will be supplied '
er has filed notice of his intvi
of as fine wheat as we have
lie could judge, from all appear-1
Ki proof in support of his c laiin. postage paid, on the ret eipt o/ th - ;. h e, by
roof will be made before the
: seen this spring.
ROBERT BONNER’S SONS.
anecs, the team had ran over three
Grant county, Oregon, at ( an-
postoffice building in Harney.
L edger building ,
> June 15th, 1889, viz:
hundred yards down a steep ami
—Great Rc duction in Dress Got ds
^^MK o I h -1 t
z—John Robinson is building for rocky hill before the wftgon upset,
3, Sec 81.
-, .- It ' !. He rial
himself a barter shop in Harney. resulting, it is supposed, in the in-;
r to prove his continuous
stant death of Mr. Tate. He was GEO. M< GOWAN.
nt: I lan<t \ 1/
— Prof. Chas. Newell of the Burns
Fairmann, Jack Fairman, J. hn Bteinler,
—The Red-S settlers against lying on his face, with feet toward
rant c<N*nty( Or- FROM BAKER CITY
school, was in the office, Saturday,
the front of the wagon, with his
anil paid for one dozen papers to whom Singletery, Bays <t Brooks head, part of one shoulder and ham)
Agent for Htaver A Walker, wholesale dealer« io
>ny penon *h<> des’res to protest against the
jwanceof itf* li proof, or wlbi knovvs ,»f any
send to friends, in order to assist in
sticking out from under the Imx.
■ undet the law nnu rhe regu
ions of thclnt' i.»r Department, why such
the work of advertising the advan the May session of circuit in Can He was pressed very tightly to the
BY MOLL LEHMAN.
>of Bbould*$e be allowed, will be given ai>
yon City, instead of Harney.
ground, being disfigured and his
portunity at the above mentioned time and
The ladies of the above named tages of the Harney country.
ice to iw^Hexaminc the witnesses of said
neck and shoulder badly crushed
imant. and t > ■ ffereviuence iu rebuttal vf
—The Gage Sisters are erecting
it submitted t y claimant.
All of his camping outfit was «cat-
WAGONS, BUGGIES & CARRIAGES,
A F n NELI.IN g , Register.
Millinery on display for one week a business house in Harney, where for Grant county May 2d.
tered along as much as two rials
distant from the track of the wag
at each place. All invited to in they will place a fine assortment of
Agent for Fireman's Fund Insurance Company .Jgf
spect the elegant goods on exhibi '•illinery Goods, and full line of —Monday M. Cushing, I. A. Al on. Notice was seut to this town
lison aud C. Rousell started to the for a coroner, but the circumstan
it'slTRi. -T ,rI >xn ' >rri' r -
I,..,. < ,r.
April 4 I-1 >
railroad loaded with wool for P. F. ces of his death being so plain, it
xnner is W ekkhv given m the h.n..«
licit the custom of the ladies of
Stenger; Cushing <t Allison will re was deemed useless, and he was re
Tin»» filed notice of hi« inten-
ta pr.H>f in support of his < '.aiui.
moved to his residence on the flat
jroof will be made before the
turn with loads of merchandise for about eight miles below this town.
I Harney rountv, Oregon, at
.on .May 20th, 1*£>, via
the Stenger store.
ed back the stage line to Col. Mc
Geo. W. Tate was a man between
m W. Hamilton,
per apportionment for Burns dis
—We received a very neat speci thirty and thirty-five years of age, CHAH. E. BOSW ELL ------- VALE, OREGON
the XL, of NE qr. and NS of Laughlin and the latter has chang
trict is $658.38.
and leaves a wife and large circle of
», Tp. .0, 8. of KJ«», E. Hi
men of Mrs. J. Nat. Hudson's skill relatives and friends to mourn his
Wing wit new. •« ♦.» prove hi a ed the schedule as follows: Leave
nee upon, aud cultivation of here at 8 a. m and arrive at Vale
J. c. PARKER. nt'RNS, A<>K.\T.
in tync-writing last Saturday, that loss. He was a gisxl man and well-
M Hlevit a. A. J. Alphin Wm
Miller, all of Drvwsej Harney at noon: leave at 2 p. m. and ar
knows “Carpenter Charley”—does promises well for that lady's becom to-do, having scores of friends, and
no one could say aught against him.
all kinds of carpentry at fair prices. ing an expert.
bo desire« to pr.»te«? acan at rive at 6.
Leaves VALE on Mondays, Wednesday« and Fridays at 4:30, a. m.
>urh proof. or who knows of
He was a noble citizen and his
Boswell's line now runs through If you want a house built, furniture
Arrives at BURNS on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturday« at 6 p m.
hsMn. under «he law and the
—There are only sixb-en school faults were few. On last Sunday
be Interior IfepariTnent, why in 33 hours from Burns, arriving
Leaves BURNS on Monday«, Wednesday and Fridays at 4:30a. m.
made, or aay kind of carpenter or
Il not be allowed. will l>e given
fet the above mentioned time here at 8 p. m.; leave at 10 a. m. joiner work done in a neat and
Arrives at VALE on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 6p. m
cemetery near this
. ffer evidence tr. rebuttal of Daily service goes on this line Mon- workmanlike mantier, send in your
Shearer conducting the last sad
It led t
'Close connection at VALE with »tage for ONTARIO.
enrolled in the Harney school.
■ a F -NFI T.’V-; p. j.-r-
rites. May he rest in peace.
' orders to Chn*. Bauman.
THE DREWSEY SALOON.
T en P er C ent on F ormer R educed P rices .
VALE AND BURNS STVGE LINE