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Senward, and, also, three like in
1-llOM EAST III BXS EIHTION
junction suits against Win. ligei,
Lakeview Examiner: At Lake
information of the marriage U hav
A. Setward, and Harrison Seaward
view, Oct. 11th, to the wife of C. A. ing taken place at Drewsey. Last
Williams and Parrish for Plff.
Cogswell, a son. The judge savs the week we found the following in the
—J. Nat. Hudson was in Burns
THURSDAY, Û4 TUBER f-J. I«*'.».
GO TO GO TO_____ —
and Barnes for Dft. An
young democrat yelled for Cleve Malheur Gazette:
». L. C.líAIF.
Editor*. land. first thing.
—Jas G. Wygal, of Silver creek
NKLL.I1: GRACE. 1
about a month ago and the under
Rat Smith, from Indian valley, standing among her friends was that was in town, Sunday.
-Jas. Wallers vs. John Jenkins,
The Leading Merchant of Cram
T he H erald , the Free Press and passed through town yesterday, she was going to Nebraska on a.vis —One of the most orderly ^busi Appeal from Curry Precinct was
----- dealer in __ .
ness places in town is the
a complete set of Dicken’s works,
far away Oregon that she has taken Land oilice.
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, R at « ,
twelve volumes, for only $3.50.
a life partner, and will make her
BOOTS, SHOES, GROCERIES u,’»^ 3
Kelley, Cardwell, and Swcek for
home on the Pacific coast. Although
STOVES, TINWARE, CROCKERY
It seems pretty certain that Fort she deceived us in this important ' tendance on circuit court as juror, I’lfl'., Hudson for Dft.
P et e r son s ’ M ag a zin e for Th anks-
Klamath is to be abandoned, after matter, yet we forgive her and ten-' th<- past week.
-John M. Knox vs. Wm. W'yllie, SULTANA RAZORS, AND “I X L”’ CUTtn^ ]
giving is full of entertainment for
all the talk otherwise. A Bidwell der our congrntulatiions. and may! —A. Allen sent off for a set of Promissory Ncte; at issue.
CIGARS—AND A THOUSAND OTlIPu
the ladies, from cover to cover.
on his way home Sunday, this worthy couple have a long and Dickens’ works under T he H ar -
TOO TEDIOUS TO MENTION M
Only $3.60 this year (instead $3.75,
happy life. We have known the i
as last year) for T he H erald and said that the military telegraph bride from childhood. She was ald ’ s low rates.
«^“Nothing but First-Grade Goods in Stock
plevin; at issue.
line was advertised to be sold
—Ira Wakefield, Presiding Elder, Hudson for Plff., Williams for Dft.
once a pupil in our school, and her
¿W“ Full Weight Guaranteed
which will end the matter as soon sunny kind heart made friends of is expected to arrive in Burns, to
I as the corporal’s guard there now, all, old ami young. She was also I day or tomorow.
equity docket .
W e have been reading the Tole
-Suit for Injunction, E. C. Sin
—Mr. Hale and grand-daughter,
do Blade the past year, and find it is moved.
sorrv to lose her, but our loss is Or
a good, well written, entertaining I
egon’s gain.-Journal, Hedrick,Iowa. Jim Moore’s eldest child, returned gletary, et. al., vs. Harney Valley
to Prineville, Tuesday morning.
Dam, Ditch & Irrigation Company. A. Closing* Out§
Prineville News: It is often said
weekly visitor that we gladly recom
—T he H erald will offer the Motion to dissolve injunction.
mend to our readers. H erald that “murder will out,” but it docs
Great Bargains in Hardware
As promised, we give our readers ladies of Harney valley, a hand
Parrish and Williams for l’lffs.
and Blade, both one year each, for seem this old saying is sometimes
Hudson for lifts.
slow in being verified. In Crook
soon as obtained. The following is short while.
county within the past few years a from the Grant County News:
-Same vs. Clinton Duncan. Mo
—Goods, merchandise goods of tion to dissolve injunction and for
T he ladies of Harney valley will number of crimes have been com Last Friday morning, 18th inst.,
kind, are on the road and ar
be glad to know they can get their mitted which arc shrouded in mvs- about day-light, the stage which rivals daily for the popular store of judgment.
old favorite, Petersen’s Magazine terv and seem liable so to remain. left Canyon City the morning be N. Brown.
-In the Divorce suit of Jennie L.
for 1890, on even l etter term.- than For instance, not 1<»S’ than a half fore, was stopped by a masked
vs. 8. B. Amis, testimony not
highwayman and robbed of all the
—The generad «opini041 regard
last year, only <3.GO. The Thanks dozen fires have occurred in the registered mail matter, at the iden ing the Shirk trial, is the jury will all taken.
giving number is in our Reading county the past two years, which tical spot in which the robbery of fail to agree, or “not guilty,” will
Hudson for Plff.
Room, and is beautifully gotten up were undoubtedly incendiary, yet three vears ago was committed. be the verdict.
-In the Divorce suit of Eva Whit
there has not been a single instance W. R. Piper, recently from the
in every direction.
vs. Thos. Whittle, motion for
in which the person that kindled
ing interview by the reporter of the Copshall, W. II. Culp and" C. E. default.
F. E. B each . President,
I W’ m . McF.ut
A ldridge , ofthe Prineville News,
Daily Democrat, of Baker City, de Gilham, are among the names on
E. H ughes , Vice-President,
| W. F.
Hudson for Plff.
gets n>ad at T he H erald , when it I
scribes the situation in the driver’s the Shirk jury
-S. J. Griswold vs. G. Griswold in
occasionally, refutes his misrepre to even guess who the incendiaries own words, and the initiation of
—J. B. Keeney, mail contractor
sentations of facts about the people were. And again, the disappear I the “tender-foot” into the waysofthe from Heppner to Burns, and other suit for Divorce, divorce granted.
gWI.ist of Directors and Stockholders attheullw, settler
Hudson for Plff.
mail routes, arrived in Burns, 21st
of Harney valley, and replies in a ance last May of Geo. Nutting, gen wild and wooly West:
“The stage had just crossed Un inst.,from Pendleton.
-Injunction suit of J. C. Wooley
strain such as only a man whose erally conceded to have been the
ion creek and was approaching a
society has been rejected by gentle
—In the Shirk trial prosecution
hill with the horses in a slow trot,
men, can write—our mistake lay tery, the parties who are most inter when suddenly a man stepped out rested its case on Tuesday, and de and dismissed at Pill’s cost.
William’s for defendant.
in believing it possible his paper I ested in discovering his murderer j from behind a huge rock and level fense began taking testimony. As
pistol, A. I uuppvov
suppose a earn
shooter there were 38
A 1 A
might have an influence among its i j have abandoned the search entirely, ing a pictvi,
-No. 13 to No. 32 on docket, in
is expected to run
readers in Crook county.
all Red-S Injunction suits
BAKER, CITY, OREGON.
' committed and thecloscest investi- hold on!!” I instantly took in the ■
on demurrer where ser
situation, and the stories I had read
Mr. C. M. Caldwell, one of the
vice has been had.
about highwaymen flashed through
prominent men of Burns, tarried
my mind and I pulled up rein and
—C. F. McKinney vs. Harry
here to-day on his way home from I tcction to life or property. But stopped the horses. The robber mer at the Burns, Monday, where
the Portland Exposition. He is an ! there seems to be no remedy, since then commanded me to turn my they are stopping for a few weeks; Bressler, et. al., Foreclosure of Me
enthusiastic Burns man; says his ! men do not call in witnesses when head away from him and lo»k up, the young couple are housekeeping chanic’s Lien, amended complaint
town will be the county seat; that
and then coining to the stage said: in Canyon City, and appear to boas filed.
happy as the newly married ought
next year’s political battle will be ¡they committ crime, and if thev
“Have you any mail bags in the ever to be. They have T he H er
Hudson for Plff
Swamp Land vs. Settler, and that have sense enough to keep their wagon?”
ald ’ s best wishes for a pleasant and
-E. B. Hanley vs. E. D. Weaver, SPORTING GOODS, & Cutlery, || .^2
the latter will win; that theofllccrs ■ mouths shut after it is done they
“Yes,” I answered.
of the land oilice are giving gener are usually safe from detection.
in suit for Foreclosure of Mortgage
“Have you any express pack
al satisfaction and that Mr. Harbi
service not completed
A report was circulated on the ages?” he again asked.
CIKCV1T COl'KT PKOl'EEIHNGS.
son, the special agent, talked just
Hudson for Plff
right when he said to give the set streets Thursday morning that
■>g ind.tr, .Ve/iV'.’iimn iimications answcri'd.|^:’>i
tler the benefitofthe doubt in every the driver, on the line between
■ ird'-rs with this House if von want to buy «bits
Well then,” said he, “throw out■
CRIMIN’ V Dl.CKE.
case. Mr. Caldwell has a gold The Dalles and Bake Oven, upset mail bags.”
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medal of which lie is very proud
I immediately complied with the,
showing him to be a veteran of Co.
reek, 'Lite v- Kmg
request, picked up one sack in the I
F., California cavalry, that did killed. Jim Delevan, the driver boot and one behind me, and threw with Judge Ison and Prosecuti
for continu nice f th e
good service in the Mexican war.
who came in here Thursday night, them out on the left hand side of |
case from allow v
T O I L F T ARTICLES, G L ASS, Pl'K
T he Vale Atlas contains the
the stage, where the robber was, all | Lawyers in attendance: Geo. W.
above editorial notice, which con over and the driver was dead— the time having my head turned ' Barnes, M. R. Biggs, Prineville; State vs. I). L. Shirk, on trial
from him. He cut the straps on ' C. W. Parrish, M. Dustin, M. I). Friday.
tains a hint that in the coming' 1 drunk.
the sacks and dumped the mail out!
Harney county election party lines
on the ground, and after assorting i Clifford, Canyon City; J. Nat.
will be ignored for the purpose of To keep posted
A Large Assortment of
out the registered packages put the I Hudson, Thornton Williams, C. A. trial had; found guilty of Break
exciting a struggle between Stock
Read T he H erald .
balance of the mail in the sacks and ; Swcek, Harney; and W. W. Card-
men and Settlers, that can directly j
deposited them in the stage with | well, and Capt. Kelley, of Burns.
-Larceny case of State vs. W’m.
I enefit only a few land attorneys,
“Peterson’s” Thanksgiving num-
“Go on, drive fast, and don’t I Day occupied in empanneling defendants filed “Not Guilty.”
while the result will be to retard the
Has just been Received.
is among the handsomest of the No look back.”
Grand Jurors, with following result:
_______________ - —
settlement of the county for years,
-Obstructing Highway, in State
vember magazines. The numerous
“I whipped up the horses, and i John Beatty,
and bring bloodshed (which has
illustrations are excellent, from the you bet, I didn’t look back. 1 was : A. W. Hurlburt,
vs. N. II. A. Mahon, defendant PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY WB
been successfully averted to date),
beautiful steel-engraving to the only too glad to get out of the way |
plead “Guilty,” was fined $50 and /W Everything guaranteed pure and of thevtn.vm.
into a conflict that otherwise can be
double fashion-plate. The literary
Thos. Giles, Drewsey,
quietly and amicably decided in
“Can you describe the highway J. H. Pratt,
contents are exceptionally strong,
-In Polygamy case of State vs.
the interest of the complete settle
man, Mr. Piper?” asked the repor A. C. Worthlugton, “ —Foreman.
Frank Lee Benedict’s serial is one ter.
D. Moore, defendant plead “Guil
ment of the Harney country.
of his best, and Alice Maud Ewell’s
ty;” sentenced to one year in the
“I can somewhat accurately, but
“Wycham’s Ordinary,” is the finest I did not see him any length of
I’ortland Rural Spirit: Mr. F. A.
W« will narantM the“Wntr'Rr.
and most dramatic of her produc time He was about 5 feet 6 inch
-Verdict and judgment in favor
and do Tt easier and In 1«. t»®'
-Obstructing Road, State vs.
Horning, of Corvallis, has this year tions. Howard Seely lias a capi es in height; weight about 135
the world. Warranted five
■ of Koontz & Lame in suit on I’rom- Adna Robbins; bail $150.
clothes clean without rubbing,(
had two trees of almonds bearing,
tal sketch, “A Thanksgiving in the !
■ issory Note against Josiah Sawyer.
and local judges pronounce them
that apenta are maklrg fromF#
Southwest,” to which anillustrated black suit, and I think his hat was I Williams, attorney for plaintiff,
make |200 to |500 duriaf tbewgj-
R eaders , if you would combat
black; bad a harsh strong voice;
aellin« this Washer. toaiiwta.|flg&.
story, “At Cross-Cut Farm,” makes I was masked with a black nubia or Hudson for defendant.
desiring an agency Ji.
the evil tendencies association with
BINOEIiS a. msnulacturen' 1««.
strictest Investigation. SendyK'“w_
Albany Democrat: I)r. Busey an admirable contrast. “Out of the ! scarf.”
-In suit of Trespass and Dam the world at large develops in your
“Did the highwayman appear! ages brought against D. H. Smyth, children, give them a bountiful sup
says that children should sing an Night,” by Elizabeth Phipps Train,
hour a day, as a preventive of con is a beautiful tale ofthe Hallowe’en.
by Peter French, the verdict was in ply of good literature; ordinary,
work?” asked the reporter.
sumption. \ oeal music is gymnas Minna Irving contributes one of the
“Not at all,” said Mr. Piper. favor of French; judgment for $21 “cheap” reading matter ¡8 like
tic exercises of the lui.gs by devel loveliest lyrics we have read from “From his actions I should suppose and costs.
“cheap clothing,” not worth the
THS HERALD READING J. B.
her pen, and Mrs. Marion E. Pick
opment of the lung tissue itself.
Williams and Parrish for Ptff.
he was an old hand at the business.
ering’s poem, "Thanksgiving Day,” He held that pistol on me without
IN HERALD OFFICE,
T he H erald has made it a point
-W. F. MofTet filed answer in Geo
Corvallis Gazette: Col. Hogg and | is a gem. Miss Elisabeth Scovil, a quiver.”
to not only furnish its readers with
Open every day except Sunday, from 9 a111 !
"Was you much excited, Mr. Pi-; Hulse vs. W. F. MofTet, Action on pure rending throughout the year
party left. Oct. 17th, for New York, j 'the Newport Hospital superinten
------ O--- et>
They went by cast side overland ; dent, gives a valuable paper on the per.”
Every and I Al y Gentlemen a welcome Visitor
1 (even refusing a line of paying ad
"Well I must confess I was. It
route to San Francisco, thence! treatment of burns. The nccdle-
-J. C. Wooley’s suit against Mar vertising commonly exhibited in
¡ work department offers any num was a bard position for anyone to shal Hughes, ct. al., for Recovery of
j church periodicals) in its own col-
It is learned that Col. Hogg be- ' ber of charming designs for holi rang out on the morning air, it Money, was dismissed at Wooley’s j urns, but to secure for them and its
fore his departure for the East, pur- day-presents. “Peterson” has a made my blood run cold, and I cost.
> Reading Room, the choicest litera
Williams for Dft.
chased ofthe syndicate, who owns wonderful hold on its subscribers. could feel my hat raise from my
ture put on the market, on terms
head. 1 thought one time I’d look
West Yaquina, one half of all the! Once taken, always taken, seems to I . around
lower than can be obtained from
land owned by them.
no wonder! for it is in every respect I him, but perhaps, my better judg against L. Harkey by Wm. Coats- the publishers, post masters or agent.
ment prevailed and Idid not, at any
; In this way the publishers of T he
Silver State: A match race, three- a thoroughly first-class periodical. rate 1 am satisfied with the result, worth. was settled and dismissed
at the iatter’s cost.
H erald have the past two years
eighth of a mils, for $100 between The prospectus for next year prom i as I am alive and well.”
some of the most intelli
A $4 Paper, 800 Pag»*, 1300 Illuetratioc», :<*nip"r
Ed. William's horse, “Jew," and J ises new contributors, new and
Mr. Piper on his arrival in Baker,
families in East
W. Dowell's "Dew Drop,’’ came off larger type, and various other at notified tlie officers, and prepara- I -In Henry Miller’s suit for Eject
o'er the \\ innemucea course on tractions, which cannot fail to keep i tions were at once instituted to ap ment against Fred Ritterbusch, Oregon with enough reading to do
them the entire years of 1888 and
21st. The horses lapped on the “Peterson” far in advance of all the prehend the daring higwayman. answer filed.
biking ii this ap »f Cbeip Litrratare cr ia any ilbtr age bi’i^j
but it will probably turn out as the
start and were neck and neck at the lady's-magazines. Terms: $2.00 a subsequent robberies, without effect
Williams and Parrish for Miller; 1889, at the price of one city daily;
finish, “Jew" having been declared year. Club rates: Two copies for ing a capture. Still the reward Hudson and Barnes for Ritterbush. and our zeal in this work has in EXTRAORDINARY 0
the winner by six inches; time 361 $3.50; three copies for $4.50 with of if 1000 recently offered by the gov -Same vs. Edward Ritterbusch, duced publishers to offer us better
rates for 1890 than hitherto.
To every person who (within 60
seconds. Another race between a handsome premium to the getter ernment for the capture of stage same attorneys, answer filed.
the same horses is arranged for to lip of the club: four copies, $6.50;
the date of thin v.pnpr) will su
for active work in this ease, and we
-Same vs. Mary Miller, same
six copies. $9.00, with an extra copy confidently believe if good detective
THE CELEBRATED ILLUSTRATED HU
attorneys, answer tiled.
ofthe magazine to the getter-up of work is performed, the culprit will
Ashland Record: A. J. Colvin, the club. For larger club*, still l*e brought to justice, and itisabout
Ditto for G. W. Vordot, W. H
who is now a resident of Summer greater inducements arc offend. I time. This is the fourth robbery Howard. Emil Fischer, August
Tho nibscriptian price of SIFTINGS
is $4 a
Lake. Lake county, has lieen in the Address Peterson's Magazine, 306 of this stage line within three vears.
Will be given by
illustrated by the leading urtista L and caricatnriai» oj ,
of original humor, it is acknowledged to 1 >Utn.l
stand at theM"
1 J.'.*“ “ ', "»
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valley for several days in company Chestnut Street. Philadelphia, Pa. and the robber on each occasion Shoeffner, Henry Page. Geo. Heck-
has eluded capture.
tho country, aud hao bcenw. il named “ The Willy Wo“X-
with fiveorsix of his neighbors af A sample copy will l e sent to any
are eo w< il known that we do not d**.-m it neceeoary to ri’f*r
one desiring to get up a club.
A Amali Library flip MS .VI
•-jth new anbacribcra and those who renew their t—
In the ease of Carl Riley, also. Al hi« Residence kt the Head of Brone !«lan ! . n privilege
A largo numlier of cattle are be
of thia off. r.
ou can get the local newspaper, J E. McKinnon, Robt. Ivors, and Fri' ay Eve, N
KEMEMHF.R that TEXAS SIFTINGS
is offered at
ing shipped from Eastern Oregon,
A. C Worthington, housebuilder
’89 •nbacribo with .1 tlie n< xt BO dare. TINGS
No such offer a’ thi"
H erald , the' l'est J. B, Tudor, continued for the term
via 1 ho Dalles to points in Califor and carpenter of Burns, some time
offer the two papers for less than the
I hop ice of TEXAS
floor M anager -
1 lie iJctrvjt Free for service.
No one but our sul acribera cun g't t S1ITI5GS for le«IN» »tw
nia. A car load of horaes passed since left town with a marriage li
J*r. McKisxox. W ill Kixa, If B. Ihvu
each, and là vol-
rhe regular price of that paj>er ia now, , u,»
through this week enroute for Kan cense. Shortly afterwards he re
pubh4i<r<. King desirous of adding to their list
fumlehed. *n.I a
Of Chas. Rilev, amended answer The Beat
w' era. uimm Time MiurvH.
sas. which was also shipped from turned with quite a pretty lady,
1 he amount for both papers should be «ent Arrcl W
Nou, or otherwise, and wo «hall order tho publishers to m*“ ’
whom he introduced ns Mrs. Worth-
York to you for one year.
i»fffT1Fverythi“< Firr-ciaw aud a Genera!
Peter French, et. a|, yr Thos. i imi
aUon cvende.» to All
Call, er write to this office, and you will get a uatapls
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TEE PACIFIC FIRE INSIJM
safe «ft? ï’elielf’KS
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