East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, March 13, 1890, Image 3

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    THE J. DURKHEIMER A CO’S. LOCAL-PAGE ADVERTISEMENT.
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HiARCEST
stock
ONLY FIRST CLASS
ARE
inTHear°nneyy Coin’t,
CrOODS
THAT CAN SUPPLY THE
jxr
With Their FALL
id
à WINTER SUPPLIES
tlio
■■■ licit your trade .
Our Prices are
the SAME as
'witli froig-lxt added
J. DURKHEIMER ÓL CO,
THE WRECKERS OF HIGH PRICES IN HARNEY VALLEY.
JÎB
b
—John S. Devine caiue into town,
—Mr Cal. Geer, our hardware COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. lowing said meander line to placo
Wednesday.
man, has on hands a splendid as­ i
of beginning.
sortment of D. M Ferry’s Northern
Polling place at Boat Ford school
gHERIFF’S NOTICE OF SALE.
Announcements under above classification,
—
Our
friend,
Sam
’
l
King
was
in
The
County
Court
has
been
in
BAL PROOF
Grown Garden Seeds, and will re­
at following rates, payment invariably in ad­
house.
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that pur­ vance: State candidacy, also,the County Judge, town. Wednesday.
' i*
ceive this week Onion Sets from the session since the Feb. 24th, 1890,
suant to a decree of thv Circuit Court of the Clerk, and Sheriff, |10 each; Assessor, ami Com­
nsw> I ed S tatks L and O ffice ,]
J udges : Bent Embree, II. J.
state of Oregon for Harney County, made and missioner. each; Treasu-cr,School Supt. Sur­
I Iok«vt«w. i Oregon, February 12, 1890.1
Valley, also, quite an assortment of and transacted considerable busi­ Ivors, and A. F. Ritterbusch.
—
No
lyceum
’
last
Tuesday
night,
entered
on
the
2d
day
of
November,
iss«t,
in
a
IllEBY GIVEN that the follow-
veyor, ami Coroner, also. Precinct Justices and
ness,
although
considerbly
delayed
has riled notice of hife inten­ suit wherein Thornton Williams is Plaintiff, Constables, |3 each. No insertions on reques's let us be up and be doing.
Guns of the best brands, Shot-guns
C lerks : Alex McCarty and W.
in support of his claim, and Win. II. Mahon. C. A. Sweek. nn<i Ella by mail unless accompanied by the price of
to in.ke ni>Al proof
I
by petitions and cross petitions in
and Ritles.
-
that sali Sto.. of will be made before the Sweek, defendants, for the sum of Jf 1240.00 and publication.
the matter of re-districting the coun­ | B. Ilayes.
—Full line ofCrockery and Glass­
Slav and Me. lei ver at Lakeview, Oregon, 10 per cent per annum, interest thereon from
said last-named day, and fur the foreclosure of
’ >rii 23d, lSKv
Road district No. 8 embraces all
ware at the Geer hardware Store. - I —We were glad to hear this after­ ty, changing old and establishing
a ( er’ain real mortgage of date the 1: th day of poi: COUNTY CLERK.
__ Marton
Spärmn Conrad,
<
March, l.sxS, and made by said Dciendant, Wm.
of Saddle Butte and Embree pre­
new precincts as follows, to-wit:
noon,
March
10th,
that
the
little
. ' of NW4. Sec. 26, and H. Mahon, to one Rosa Ambrosy, arrigned
. J. O X __J
îû MM m iti“• > "
—The Ontario mail route open.
cincts, B. F. Lloyd supervisor.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
[Continued from last week]
4,unirsi , of NE
: 1., Sec. 27, Tp. 25, S. thereafter to Plaintiff* upon the EL, SE1,. E*\
child of Mr. and Mrs. Pierce which
E. He nflinub the foil.»wing witnesses to NE', of Sec.
Twp. 22 S. K. XL,. E. W. M. in for the office of County C 1er k subject to the We got a generous supply by that
BLITZ EN
ALVORD
his conlinjkuus residence upon and cltlti- Harney County, Oregon, aixl directing me to action of the Democratic County Conven­
has been very sick, is improving.
-
line 11th inst.
i of said land, viz: Henry l'.gii, J. M. Km* sell said lauds to satisfy said decree, as may be. tion of Harney county, Oregon.
i II
.. (f Sl]ver « „J.,., |. o t Or
I This family lias lost two children Commencing nt the E. corner of Commencing at a point on E. boun­
Now, therefore, 1 will offer ami sell the whole
W. E. GRACE.
i F. HuttcM^of Riley I’. (>.. Or.
of said land, to-wit: said EL? SE'4 and EL, NE'.,
—Thos. Vickars, of Harney, was by death, in a short time. We sym­ Tp. 29 S. 11. 36 E, on the E boundary dary line of Harney county where
Sec. 26. Twp. 22, S. R. 32'... E. W. M.. hi d ¡ill the
J^‘ó-15
WAHREN IIU ill, Kesistr
right, title, interest, aim <B ate, which sa»d Wm
in Burns, Monday and Tuesday pathise with them deeply; fortheir line of Harney county and running the 6th standard parallel south in­
II. Mahon, theiein or thereto had on the Said poll SHERIFF.
affliction has been very heavy, thence W. to NW. corner of Tp. 28 tersects the same and running
this week.
E.tli day of Marell, 1«SX, for cash to the highest
TICE OF «A RING»
bidder at public outcry ut the Court House door
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for
indeed.
S. R. 34 E; thence N. to the NE. thence NW. to NW. corner of Tp. 31
in the town of Harney, in Harney County, State the office of Sheriff’of Harney County, Oregon,
—Wednesday was looking some­
(JAI tf . i state I.» no O ffk e , { of Oregon, aforesaid^ comment ing at 1 o’clock,
corner
of Tp. 26 8. II. 33 E., inter­ 8. 11. 35 E; thence 8. to SW. cor­
Shaw
subject to the action of the Democratic County thing like spring; we hope it will
p. in. on the 26th day of March, 1890.
^Kri 8. i »scg.iii. Mnr. h i. is o. I
—Call on J. J. Pierson, our Pho­ secting the 5th standard parallel ner of said Tp.; thence W. to NW.
X *.
A. A. COWING,
Convention.
tee Buchanan, i 'ontcwtunt 1
continue.
tographer, who is prepared to do line south; thence west on said corner of Tp. 32 8. R, 34 E; thence
3-2C-90
Sheriff* Harney County. Oregon.
tateof Oregon tind Henry >
all
work in his line. Mr. Pierson standard line to a point where the 8. on said Tp. line to a point due
—Mr. Arnett, from Wagontire,
uf the Stateof t alifornia, |
I gHERIFF’S NOTICE: OF SALE.
poll SIIKI!IFF.
buamp l.ami < laimun:s. J
was in Burns on business, Monday is an artist of long experience, and meander line on NW. boundary of E. of the NE. corner of Tp. 33 8. 11.
nry Miller of the state of ( alifornia:
we assure the public he will give Malheur lake intersects said 5th 324 E, and thence W. across an un­
KNOW ALL MEN bv Ihese presents that pur­
and Tuesday.
please Jake no ice that a hearing suant to a decree of the ( ircuit Court of the
satisfaction. Come and have your standard
Bon • will
had in theafrove instituted cause, before Stn¡e of Oregon for Ilnrnev county, ma !e and i I hereby announce myself es a candidate for
portion
of land to said NE
l < l 11 "I <11
parallel;
JI<II<111<
1, thence
tllUllUV’ D south-
' / vl V11 surveyed
"
I
•gi8ter and Rec t iver of the L’nited siait« entere.1 on the ’.d <’av of November, ix*‘i, j., tt the office of Sheriff* of Harney County, Oregon,
—llitterbuscli Bros., wo are in- picture taken, he will make you westerly following said meander corner of 1 p..33 S. R. «1 324 E; thence
Jffic e at Burpji, Oregon, on
i suit wherein Peter French was P.atntiff, and subject to the action of the Democratic County
William Dillman. Defendant, for the sum of Convention of said county.
formed, have suffered a heavy loss handsome, although you may be line along margin of said lake to '
Lt nday, 7th Day of July, i «30,
corner
*° 8M . ■ c"
—■— of
"* Tp. 35| S.
io per < cut per am urn interés:
/clock, a. ml of paid day, to deiefmine |10 1.1 , and
as ugly as a mud fence.
- the E. line of Tp. 26 8. 11. 29) E; ; 1 R.
in sheep; also, Mr. Allen.
J. C. GARRETT.
from said las:-named da\, and for the
If 32} E; " thence E. on S bound-
■Maracler of the h«dl in the folio., ing «!<_- thereon,
f.iret l< sure of a certain real m. ripage of date
i tract of land, .u-uit: WL2 N\S qr, NW ibe
| ary line of Tp. 35) 8. R. 32} E to a
24*.h day of February, 1887, and made bv
—John G’s “taters” are getting
qr, sec. ¿3 ami N’E qr NE qr Sec. 22, Tp. said Defeuda it, William Dillman to Peter
—A healthy laugh is good for thence 8. to SE corner of Tp. 27 8. | point where the same intersects the
’-u
I. bl, K, W. Mi; and :■« determine wliei her French, upon the wh.de of Section 2.>, Twp. ¡.«fiL>, poll ASSESSOR.
R. 294 E; thence W. to W. bound­
scarce,
John,
you
had
better
bor
­
the
soul;
we
were
fortunately
pres
­
*. XXi the Baid tra<
s < omp. sed of swamp S.Hith Range 32 E. W. M.. in Hurnev County,
I ent the other evening listening to an ary line of Harney county; thence 7th standard parallel south; thence
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for row a few from Sam King.
ilhiu the n.
. of the Swamp Laud Oregon, and a certain water right hercinaf.cr
xtended toil
~ ate <<f Oregon on ihe hi.fuliv described, arid directing me to Beil the office of A ffufe . h - of Harney County, sub­
I anecdote at which our old friend N. 8. on said boundary line to SW. E. on said standard line to east
y of March.^» -...
jett to the action of the Democratic County
sai<! lam s to satisfy Said decree, ns rnavhe.
boundary line of Harney county
Convention
of
Ba:d
County.
—
Geo.
S.
Sizemore
is
spoken
of
15
J. B.HI
*••'. r.;N, R. uia • r
Now, therefore, i wilt offer amt sell the lands,
Brown laughed until he cried, and corner of Tp. 32 8. 11. 23 E; thence
W. E. ALBERSON.
South
I to-wit: the v. hule of Section 2.'», Twp.
as a candidate for Justice of the’ was compelled to get up and leave E. on county line to a point where and thence N. on said boundary
liaiv.' ¡ 2 E. W. M.. aforcsa‘:i. ami toge lfcr with
thence on E. line to place of beginning.
the i er’ain waler right known as the Nurih Fork
Peace for Burns precinct.
the store for fear of getting sick. same turns southward
...
L PftOOF.
of skull Creek Diu h and Waler-Right, whereby C"<»n SHERIFF.
Polling place at Alvord ranch.
If
it
b.-
good
for
health
we
think
he
'«>
««TveyeM
slnp
of and
iWinclHS. more or lers, of ilie waiers of sai l C
—The river is rising rapidly;!
I heseby announce myself as a candidate for
D STATES LAND OFFICE,]
Creek are taken from ihe natural feed thereof,
J udges : Henry Sturgeon, I). M.
was much more benefited than if he 1c(<.,r,’cr ° L’-
8-
Rum ( uregoi , March H. 189U.}
and conveyed as follows: < <>mmem ing at a the office of Shenffof Harney county, Oregon,
some think we will have a flood
30, and continue on eastward on Logan, and C. Dunnean.
CI IS HKHXI Y . GIVEN
...... that
._ the follow- p din on g.ti l Creek, to-wit: said North Fork of subject to the action of the Demociatic County
aed Bettlcr bar filed nulicv _ of his iuten- .''kuli Cievk.ñ miles, more or k ss, Fas' <>f t he Fast
almost equal to old l'*ncle Noah's, j had sold a suit of clothes, of which ; said Tp. line to NE. corner of Tp.
S. K 3*.'? West by the Convention.
C lerks ; Wm. Gore and F. W.
he
has
a
fine
assertment
at
prices
make fh.al pf..»«'
_ut iii support of his claim. line «.f .-«• •. :.O. Twp.
•t —
tudd
33 8. II. 324 E; thence eastward ! True.
,—. prou/ I w
w; 1 we itNide before the cours • of tlie Dl!( h fr .ni said point (ine-Half
MELL. FENWICK.
-
to suit all purchasers.
r and Kccefcer, I’, s. Land ollie e, at •f One lile to what is known ns Dry Ditch, and
—
We
learn
from
H.
C.
Levens
across an unsurveyed portion of
all of the tunemen's, hereditaments, appurte­
PSJO, Viz:
Jr.,on Friduj. Aprl|
CAT I.OW
nance s, finn< hif.es, rig;h s to possession, use, P<»R CLERK.
that J. B. Huntington will not like­
Hubert F.- Win« <is,
—The Senior Publisher of this country to intersect W. boundary : Coinnieneing nt NK. corner of Tp.
and enjoyment in and to, and in any manner
ly get back before the first of next paper would respectfully remind line of'Tp. 32 S. II. 34 E; thence
?. No. 3605, furti.
SE ,.SW'4SE’4. appurui cingtosanl lauds, bitch, and water-
I hereby announce myself ns a candidate for
<‘4, beo 8, Tp 26.
.. - E. W. M. Jh- rig1’!, ami all the right, title, interes'. < stale,
33 S. II. 32j E, and thence rnnning
week.
cllowing witDvBM-s to prove bis eoD'.ir.u- right of p. fsession, and property of the said the offne of County Clerk of Hurney County,
the Editor of the Harney Press, N. on said Tp. line to NW. corner ' W. on Tp. line to NW. corner of
cence np-jn ami < ubi < tirion ot suiti lami, William Didman, in ami to said lam s, <iit(h subject to the action of the Democratic County
of Tp. 32 8. II. 34 E; thence E. to
« r
that
T
he
H
erald
was
established
ltam A. MUltr, Rol.en J. Wiihams, 11. and wa'ei right, and all, ea< h, and every pail
—II. C. Levens, after an absence
L. B. BAKER.
e, and Johu GrmiHma,:, <>f Riie , Hur- and parcel thereof, w hh h Im therein or thereto ' Convention.
NE. corner of Tp. 32 8. II. 34 E; Tp. 33 S. R. 30 E; thence on W.
Or.
had on ihe ’_4th day of February, 1887. for cash
of over a month to his old home in ! in the interests of all the people of thence N. to NW. corner ot Tp.
31 across an uns.'rvcve.l strip of coun-
to
the
highesi
bidder
at
public
outcry
at
the
J. B. Il '• 1 IN:. 1 ' .N, IlfgiHb
the Valley, got back, Tuesday, by Harney county; that, it has re- ! 8. 11. 35 E; thence E. to E. bound­ | try to intersect the county line nt
Court House door in the town of Harne\. Coun­
, peatedly maintained that any news­
ty. f Harney, Stateof Oregon, aforesaid, com-
way of Canyon City.
THE HERALD.
| a point where the same turns south­
1 025 PROOF.
mem ing at 1 o’clot k, p. in., on the kolli dav of
paper engaged in arraying one part ary line of Harney county and ward; thence south on W. bound-
Mart h, 1*90.
thence
N.
on
county
line
to
place
A.
A.
COWING.
of
the
people
against
the
other
¡8
U nitbd S tatzs L and O ffice .*
—We learn from Ji.o. W. Sayers,
i ary line of said county to SW. cor­
February 15, 1890.
Sheriff Harney Co., Or
Burns,1’reg. hi . March 8, 189o. [
I1A8 LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY who with his wife is visiting Mrs. an anarchist; that at no time has : of beginning.
2-.0-.0
I ner of Tp. 36 S. R. 32 E; thence K.
B 13 HEREBY <iIVEN tliat the follow
NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
d settler has filed notice of his inten-
Stenger, that their baby is ill, i T he H erald called the settlers
POLLING PLACES.
to SE cor. of Tp. 36 S. II. E; thence E
ake Anal pr.mf in support of his claim.
' thieves,” or “hay-burners;” and
though not dangerously.
.
said-proof will be made before the PETITION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE.
No.
1.
At
the resident of Sylves­ through an unsurveyed portion of
imi Receiver of U. s. Land Office nr
that no one knows better than the
country ton point due S. of SE. cor­
egoa, on Frida;-. A ¡.rii 2..I1», 1890, viz:
In the County Court for the State of Oregon,
—John Newman turned to the Editor of the Press that his state- ter Smith.
Official County Paper.
Harney County.
William AlMiller,
ner of Tp. 3518. II. 29 E: thence
No.
2.
At
the
store
of
Win.
IIow-
hills, Wednesday, about 200 bead j ment to the contrary is a gross in
No. 8:?A for th< E', SE'.. Sac. 26. EL, To the Hon. County Court for Harney County:
N. to said Tp. corner; thence E. on
35, T*p. kO S. K. ' i V> -I
Iii nnmef.
We your uiideifigned petitioners, would most
of cattle, looking well to have gone justice to T he H erald , and totally . i ard.
Tp. line to the SE.corner of Tp. 321
r i L it
iDg Witnaaacg to ¡»roveh's <ontinuoUB respectfully ask that a license be mauled J. T.
Local News.
jiij-i ». i-ii^upDU énd culti vat j. hi (>f Raid lami viz siilmu:t to Beil spiritous, malt, ami vinous liq­
through the past hard winter.
uncalled for.
No. 3. At the Diamond school S. II. 32J, and thence N. to place of
WilEa.r.s, Ro- <
uors in quantities lets than one quart for a
house.
I Martin Smith »•11 of Riley, Harney period of six months, beginning on the 7th day
beginning.
—Miss Lena Harkey, whose term
uf April, A. D., 1890, and tunning until and in
HARNEY COUNTY ITEMS.
I
No. 4. At John J. Mahon's place.
“Tf‘.xes” linr.
Polling place at residence of D.
J. B. RUNTINGT IN. Register. eluding the t.ih day of October, A. 1». IW0, in
of
school
closed
a
few
days
ago,
on
the town of Burns, county of Harney, State of
Tune—“Oh. Happy be We.”
J udges : N o . 1, Sylvester Smith, L. Shirk.
Oregon, ami vour petitioners will ever pray:
i
the Blitzen, was a passenger on the To Texes I will go, yes, I will go,
OX. •ROOF.
THURSDAY, MARCH 13, ISM
Whene’er I want to know. I want to know. G. M. Stanclift and D. II. Smith.
W. W. Cardwell
Janus (*. Parker,
Bidwell stage Sunday evening.
J udges : 11. A. Turner, A. C.
What there’s in Burns to <lrinK,
W. W. Join .son,
.1. >. Bowen.
:£
U mitkd B tateh L and O ffice , /
C lerks : Jno. II. Cornutt and F. ! Spaugcnberg, and Win. Logan.
W. <’. Byrd.
(».
W.
Young,
In
th’ glasses cheerful clink.
Born«, Üivgoti. March x, isuc.i
—
Several
new
subscribers
to
T
he
Wm. Harvey,
T. S. Garred,
—Elder Taylor of Harney, held
At Texes Bar.
M. Drake.
C i . ehks : T. A. Crump and Ed­
»RgUBYGIVENGmt ih.-MI..»
J. Adams,
clink. Teeter,
H erald last week.
And when I want to amoke, I want to smoke,
services in the M. E church at this And
--
, fi—- •etthr Mfr-wed notice of his inter-
1). L. («race,
Louis Harkey,
J udges : N o . 2G. W. Wilshire, N. ward Bell.
hear a
old joke, a good old Juke,
final proof in eupporc of his ciaim,
Tiuunas Giannini,
A. C. Worthington,
At th’ Texes there will be
»
place,
on
Sunday,
March
9th,
at
11
aid proof will be made before the
Comcgys, and 1«. B. Springer.
K. J. McKinnon,
—County eourt adjourned, Fri­
Chas. Cronin,
Rond district No. 9, Embraces
d Receiver of the I*, s. Land office
e. H. Vi egtly.
8. E. Joy,
o’clock a. m. also at 7 o’clock p. m. cigarB for you and me At Texea Bar.
day March 7th.
logon,on Frida v. April 25,1890, viz:
C lerks : C. II. Wilshire and I. I all of Blitzen, Alvord, Catlow and
Rubt. Brown,
H. P. Comeliaon,
For Whisky, Wine, and Beer. Fun without fear,
1». F. Stenger,
J. II. Gordon
Ilo bort J. Milli ox
There’s naught to l«eat it here, to beat it here. ; N. Hughet.
| Wild Horse |trecincts, G. W. Wil­
O. 1». Rusk.
i
1>. Qiicvii.
— We hear T. A. McKinnon spok­ For l.itprors. Mixed or Straight,
—J. Nat. Hudson of Harney, in
’82, for the W , NE <ir , WL. SE qr.
i-r®.
(*. W. Met Min,
D. Newman,
shire, supervisor.
J udges :
3. Ji,
E. W. M. He naint h tlie
en of for the office of County Judge; They’re always made first rate
Burns
on
Monday.
T. A. Morrison,
Win.
King.
At Texes Bar.
__ -^nthweee
prove IH b Continuous
T. J. Howard.
Geo. S. Sizemore,
j Baldwin S.
come
to
the
front,
“
Pap,
”
we
would
Claims to the amount of ♦3,606.00
pun andceRlvation ot Raid Und. viz
Kir. Summers,
G. Hudspeth,
ttne, Willie* A Miller, H. A. Dib
—Mr. Shaw suffering with ery­ like to publish your announcement.
J. D. Shaw.
J. Craven,
against the county filed and re­
! C lerks :
A. WilliaaMI* all of Riley, Harney
Tho
Century.
H. Chontham.
H. Sprague,
sipelas is slowly recovering.
gun.
corded. Amount allowed by the
Richardson.
F. M. Jordon,
R. J. Iveta,
The current number contains
J. B. HUNTINGTON. Register.
J. S. Sams,
—Candidates for county judge
W. B. Mynntt.
County Court, 18.346.30.
—
Lee
Brown
has
had
an
attack
J
udges
:
N
o
.
4,
M.
Fitzgerald,
C. W*. Garred,
. W-J
G. W. Grace,
commissioners ¡ire scarce, or also the artist La Farge’s second
D. Scott,
Thus. " biting,
of la grippe, but is now recovering. and
C.
G.
Fry«-
and
G.
W.
Miller.
Milo Cushing,
k
—
L. M. Brown.
not making any annoucements. group of illustrated “Letters from
The NherlIT or Inn Deputy
A. Dunn,
N. Brown,
C lerks : Jno. J. Mahon and M.
M Coart of the state of Oregon, for
H. A. Hernethy,
cha.«. Gunther,
—“Doc.” Anderson stopping at Why not Sam’l King for county Japan”; an article on “Gloucester
he
County
of
Harnev.
(
has.
Clark,
i
Will
I
>e at the filllowing placvs at
J.
c.
Welcome,
IXEY CM
Cathedral” by Mrs. van Rensselaer, Sworts.
Slough house, we are informed is judge?
<*. A. Sweek.
E. D. Gray,
I
|
the
times
specified:
S. J am) rhire,
Geo. McGowan.
with
pictures
by
Joseph
Pennell,
SADDLE
BUTTE
very sick.
r. K. A. vAhin.;
A rn< s \ an Otsdale, W R. G radon,
a
—Messrs. Carl Cecil, Milter, and and an article by Mr. Wilson, the
»and A.K^gun-
I Alvord, Saturday,
J. J. Pierson,
15,
I. Baer.
Commencing
at
RE,
corner
of
Tp.
Peter ('lemei s,
Henry Chambers,
—Dr. Embree paid us a visit Elliottof Sil ver creek, were iii Ihim*. photographer, depicting “Some
‘eaver, K. ATvaughn. A. W. Wat-
18,
Wm. iV«ha s.
I
Crane
Creek,
Tuesday,
“
P. A. S’oung.
25
S.
R.
33
E.
on
the
5th
standard
last
week,
as
full
of
chat
as
a
bee
of
1. ft. UhaWb tbr u!>ove-nftmed de
Tuesday. Mr. Cecil reports stock Wayside Places in Palestine,” parallel S. and running thence N.
S. E. Dunnington,
T. G. Maupin.
W. Lewis,
Drewsey
No.
2,
Thursday
"
20.
< hl. Eurrs.
honey, but not always so sweet.
dying in his vicinity and feed not which are referred to in current In­ to NE. Corner of Tp. 24 S. II. 33 E;
ie of the Uta’* of Oregon, y.mart-
John McKinnon,
S. J. Motherahead,
red to appear ami attra er the cod .
G. D. Hager,
E. X. I ameron,
to be bought.
ternational Sunday-School Ques­ thence W to NW. corner of Tp. 24 Drewscv, No I, Saturday “ 22.
gainst you in th» above entitled
G. U. Wilcoxson,
G. I Moore.
—
The
spring
term
of
the
Burns
-ore the flrat da IT of tile next regu ar
tions; also a striking paper on “The S. R. 32) E; thence S. to the 5th
...........
Jl 11 "
11
! ■1--L school will commence next Monday.
ircuit c.mrtof J I he State of < >n gon
—It is thought by stock men
i
Go toTupkrr’H.
lo-wit: on or before
y ni H
IIARNEY POST NO. 4R. G. A. R.
March 17th, Mr. Chas. Newell teach­ that on account of the rapid rising Sun-Dance of the Sioux,” by Fred­ standnnl parallel S; thence E. on
of May
the ratne being the
erick
Scbwatka,
with
pictures
by
Meets
every
1st
and
rd
Wednesday
of
each
he next
r May term, A. D.
er.
Horse
shoes,
nails, and all kinds
said
standaid
line
to
place
of
begit
-
of the river, stock will have to he Frederic Remington, ami a curious
I fail ao to ana a er, month, at odd Fellows’ Hall. All Comrades
ning.
of wrought iron worked into sha|>e
will apply to the in giMHi standing invited.
driven
from
the
Island
to
the
hills
M
M.
BR1ERLY.
P.
<
’
.
—Miss Young, whose term of
study by Professor Wood of Phila­
1 in the complaint,
C has . N ewell , Ad’j’t.
Meh 13-16
Polling pine«' at school house near to suit the public. Horseshoeing
school on Silver creek, expired a in a few days.
delphia, on the subject of “Memory.”
- -sa of m M Court foredcBing lhat
Rufus
Hendricks’ residence, if same and other blacksmithing done on
The following are the contribu­
Bedrock Democrat: The Demo­ few days ago arrived at Burns Mon­
— Rev. McCart is holding a pro­
ley County. Oregon.
is completed. But if not, then at the at quick time Tupkcr’s.
tions
in
fiction:
Mrs.
Barr
’
s
“
Friend
3d day .»f Augv.pt crat received the news last evening day evening.
tracted meeting in the M. E. church
house on sniil R Hendricks’timber
h eaver, herein and
that the property that a third trial of “Sandy” Olds
this week; attendance good,consid­ Olivia,” the conclusion of Mr. Stock- I » culture claim.
Three v< ry timely and important
—
Any
one
desiring
dental
work
h up.tn cxi i-ii.j.m
ton's
“
Merry
Chanter,
”
a
Storv
by'
He is expect­
be app’ied in pay­ for the murder of Emil Weber, in done, will do well to call on I>r. ering the weather.
J udges : Herman Lauen. Jos Par- Hubj« < •“ are in the March Century
James
Lane
Allen
called
“
Posthu
­
lid Interest in rlie Multnomah county, resulted in his
: the sum of
•
Horton, in Burns, before the mid­ ing Dr. Embree up to assist him.
by specialist«. The first isthe Htib-
mous Fame; or a Iz-griid of the kcr, and Newton H«x»ver.
Xd, together with conviction of murder in the first de­
dle of March.
-
it's fee. and the
C lerks : S p. Dickenson arid ji-ct of Municipal Government, Dr.
Beautiful
”
;
another
by
Ri<
hard
—
J.
C.
Garrett,
Chairman
of
the
gree.
the
jury
bringing
in
a
verdict
his su t. arid fore-
A Shaw describing th«' workings
Malcom Johnston, i 1 iU“trated by Henry Lyons.
tdar.t herein and yesterday.
His first trial was a
—Several persons, of whom we Democratic County Central Com­ Kemble, entitled "The Self-Protec­
them or either i f
ofth'locnl government of Glasgow,
mittee,
was
notified
this
week
to
at
­
aid mint cage, of disagreement, the second resulted spoke in last issue, as l>eing in our
EMBBBZ
one of the
rld’s model cities in
lent? L>n in mni-I
tion of Mr Littleberry Roach,-’ and
wf «.nl fo. j c! - in same verdict as the last, but the town, are here vet; attending to tend the meeting of the D»;iio-
Commencing
at a point where the 'this respe, t. The subject of Irriga­
the
“
Last
Marchbanks'
-
by
Miss
nt r. |>. *eavar Supreme court reversed the decision
cratic
State
Central
Commitee,
land business.
rem mi n after
Roseboro, with pictures by George Range line 1.« tw> <-n Ranges 29 and tion is tr- ;«tc<l in the first of a serii s
March 19th.
'ile of sai<i prem and was granted a new trial.
’
This
29) E. is intersected by m< under of three articles by Professor Powell,
satisfaction ..f
Wharton Edwards.
—Farmers coming into town with
and lunber re- time he will certainly hang.
TTY
line on NW. boundary of Hariicy [the Dirc'-tor of th«' Cnited Statin
Professor
Boves«
n
writes
about
—
We
wish
the
country
folks
fotirt ma’ seen«
eggs, chickens and butter can find
Lake anil running N thew- to NW Geologi« ul Survey. This paper is
leS’-rvcd up-ur
a r< adv sale at highest market price would when coming to town load Henrik Ibsen. William Nelson about corner of Tp 25 ■* fl .!O E, thence 'entitled “The Irrigable Lands of
The Ontnry for March.
■Nl A K t base
“Bloodhounds and Slaves”; and
their
wagons
with
wood,
that
is
at
the
French
Hotel.
, thereof «••<< n
This number is also notable for
those living near the timber; wood there are letters on “The Evolution E to NW cor of Tp 25 S. R 32 E; tii»- Ari l >{• gion.” The third great
B. in the
spa per of gt.i the Iwginning of the most nuthen­
—
George
Moore
is
spoken
of
in
in this town is almost M scarce as | of the Edueitor,” and “The Pardon­ thence N. to NW corner of Tp. 24 subject i" disi useed in a paper by
‘v < .»nnty and
S. R. 32 E: thenc« E to NE. cor­ Prof« * • .r l ¡«her on The Nature and
[shed at itnn r. tie ami original account yet ptib- Burns precinct, for the office of con­ greenbacks.
I ing Power.” Colonel Benedict fur­ ner of Tp. 24 S 11 32 E. theme S M< l)«<> 1 <»f Revelation "—Ih«' con­
IP I* »rib 2 to If li-lclofthe “Prehistoric Remains
stable; “come to the front, George;
nishes a memorandum on “The
r ii.rfi* e tu the
In the next and let’s hear from you.”
»f Hon. M. D. in the Ohio Valley.”
—Miss Gunther having made ar­ Builders of the First Monitor”; ami to the 5th standard parallel >* cluding om of his v. r, tin» I v st i<*»
re and «fated
miniher of The Centurv. Prof« amir
rangement with the Gage Pieters, the poems are by William Wilfred thence W to where the 5th Maml- Th< ».in.«' number of The Century
Gr .
•
h' d dtt.y fl.ed Putnam will deecrite the fimou*
—J. C. Garreit, candidate for has opened a dressmaking btisi- Campbell, tlx- <Canadian p<<-t; Col- ard pa rail-1 line is nteraected by mu • i i nil.< on "Municipal Gov
"Serpent Mound.” the present paper sheriff, who has been canvassing iicss in connection with the millin­ owl Meredith, George Parsons the meander lin- a n< the NW rrnmeut
"Our Sins Against
T ITCiM 1.x.
U fur Pfaint.ff
being an iutioducticn to the April here, at Harney, and vicinity, left ery establishment—cutting ami fit­ Lathrop. Professor Bob' rts of Can­ ' I m >u nd ary of Mail.?, jke; tbenve Franc •
• nd “I'nivcnrity Exten-
Burns for home March 9th.
in a evuthwestcriy couii. and f<4- lion ’
ting a specialty.
-
w h c-r> article.
ada, and other*
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
CE
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