East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, January 07, 1891, Image 3

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    DVERTI3EMENT8.
■ u s «I Harrs. Orvs»i>. D«sm-
■ ber II
luir given thin the follow hin­
ts, lillvi hull«
ills iniviiU-.il
in ».tj»p..rt uf l*is claim.
Ki,ini wilt be made bcíoív the
L.-‘-civer u- our*i8t uregun, vit I
I
L vi»:
pllCli
ilks Klj.ilSEk. NWl; of SE'<
L . sv.’u T|.
«ni: " M
.• LsiioAung uinuffitfr t«> pr»»vc
tr«.BÍi»emc upon "ltd < ulti vatIon
z jainiB'iiliMHl, t harts
‘ r
Lgoii, and Henry t ug.tr and
F. ui dur », Oregon.
F .i. H. H untirgtom . Register
Luniy Court. lor the County of
bey, al ale «4 Oregon:
Mlgned tiilsei.8 and legal voters
bit, Haruey tvUiity, bta e of ure-
betiiiiily I ray that a Ihvise l «
asng a K uiMcui.nru tor the *a.e «if
ai.u \in«.UB ilqUoiB, in su d pre
Fand atu.e, in quunttuiB i«**
L fur a peri«xl «f bix in mi . l L b , be-
Siiiii.g ircin the iih uay «4 Feb-
keVihuvy of August, IW/i, aud
■ e\et pi ay :
c.W. Garred,
C. M Mact,
J l ahuiu n,
a
L. M browu,
J. C .Pniker.
J. u. fxeM wine
H. U. Level 8,
B
J. 1. Ne.tlnan.
T U.J ne«er,
Io
Tius Whiting.
\\. »V juiii.aou.
Win Har»ey,
Chas Ziegler,
Ueu. W. AuueiaoD,
ta,
KJ baker,
Lun brown,
John E. Maitin,
r
Henry Kit iiarueuii.
k. J - Martin,
h) Nil Terr,11,
Peter Ihvii ] son,
Jvhn .bvtijfeb,
M . M. I veiling,
L«. Hut »peath
Uu b kacine,
,». M Mi . al in am y.
< hurltB iiclruu,
W .u Tobin,
J. P. t.arru l,
W. 11. l a.Gt ell,
A. C. Wurihltigton,
...................
Ü. W. Zumwalt.
>1. E. Thoh.i Soli,
R. FL Kce-:,
W. . T. Lu< htti-an,
)*. il. Y. ui.g,
U. W. Wilc.»x8on,
11. Hoithki»*.
F. i ui.ai urx.
A. W. Wa.eiB,
Chas W. K> rtl,
Jami * U« t shall.
Fret! Miher
«. II. Fry.
Thomas Giannini,
A. K bin ¡th,
118,
JuiniB .Mehuficy,
T E. Alunly,
M. J O’Connor,
K. il Hu :!ev,
.1 P. Ilo'mtB,
w H.' anauay,
('. H . I aumati.
1’, Lochvr,
Win. lever*.
G. W. MDilsvr,
Jumt8 briugi*.
Austin Go...;man,
G W. Mm pin.
J. Ln B. Finbree,
lime S'e.tmun.
Tin«mu* F. Lrink.
«> l>. Kt sk.
Wm C. shuratt,
Chu8. Clink.
M K. l.lus*.
Th. a. g . I»..« son.
Wm. Skinner,
S. F. Jvj,
II. C. Pa no.
frebv «¡ven hai the undersigned
i mi..u o the H. nc«»unt) l . ur
n v.sia e <.f • re««if, for I«» sei
E aud vint.us llquo:*, in town of
Lun'v an 1 s a.e. L r u period cf
the 2d day «>f February. R'Jl
THE
HREALD.
HAH I.AROF.ST CIRCULATION OF ANY
NEWsrArElI IN Tills COUNTY.
Official County Paper.
Local News.
| —Mr. Al Jones, of Drewsey, is There is no reason for discourge-
j ment from any source. Though
! visiting our town this week.
the grantees of the state are every
—Fine brand v, nt Long A Bosen-'
berg’s, for mince pie, sauce, , etc where hard at work to harass set-
I tiers and prevent and delay the
Try it.
i land department in giving a decis-
I —100 tons of hay 24 miles from |
; inn finally settling the mutter, for
I
! Burns—for sale at $3.00 per ton— - which they are trembling every de­
inouire at this office.
cision yet rendered b/ Hie depart­
—The O. C. Company Hunting­
IIAIlSEY ClirSTY ITEMS.
ton Oregon have a full stock of
everything in the mercantile fine.
JANUARY, 7
Send in your orders by mail, parcel
or wagon load. They will certainly
—Notice the premiums offered bv give satisfaction.
T he H erald .
—Mrs. Paul Ixx?her desires to
—We now have mail twice a week thank the citizens of Burns who
on the Prineville route.
befriended her husband by signing
—H erald is only $2.50 a year a petition to the state court showing,
now is the time to subscribe to a conclusively, the job put. upon him.
live local newspaper.
that a few parties here might make
—Come to the debate to-m morrow ' a few dollars.
evening nnd tell what you know
—For the H erald —I desire
about railroads.
i
through
your columns to express niy
—Attention is called to the ad- gratitude
(
and thanks, to Thos.
vertiseiueot of the Masquerade Ball
Parker proprietor of the Arlington
to be given on the 12th of February.
Hotel Baker City, for his kindness
—Persons wishing to purchase and
.
attention to myself and sou
potatoes, cal) on Sam King; his po­
Irwin. We were unavoidably de­
tatoes are first class and cheap.
tained at his hotel bv the illness
—Do not fo-get that Ed. Walton of
, my son Irwin. Mr. Parker gave
is ready at all times to give vou a
us the best care and attention pos­
nice smooth shave or hair-cut.
. X 1 sible, for which we are proud to rec-
—Harney valley is blessed with'-, ‘omend his house to the public ns
an open winter and plenty of feed. being
,
first class in every particular.
Hay is offered at $2.50 and $3.00 a
C al G eer .
ton.
—There will l>e a social dance
nt the Town Hull next Friday
evening, January 9, 1890. Tickets,
50 cts.
—Received at the Hardware store
two crates of queenswarc, also a
full stock of bird cages, hanging
and bracket lainus
o
—When in town during holidays
■‘drop in” nnd see Tex, his liquors
are of the best quality, nnd given to
you by tho polite mixologist in any
shape you desire.
e
. —The sporting faternity of Burns
is
1 not in a very healthful condition
nt
1 the present writing. The old
saying that ‘'there is honor among
robbers” does not always hold "ood,
i the absence of a greenhorn whom
in
they can easily fleece, they try
i
their
hand at fleecing each other.
To say there is any honor in gam
bling is folly; it causes many riots,
and even bloodshed and murder.
,
The lite of an individual is not held
as invaluable by sporting men. b/it
'
the contrary, life is freqently fallen
( over the paltry sum of a few dollars.
For example, one of our fellow
townsmen
was held up last Friday
1
and
com|H-lled, at the muzzie of a
-
pistol, to give up money won at the
gambling table, another has brought
suit tor sJ’-lOO double the amount he
,
claimsto
have lost at the gaming
table.
ment has been in fgvor of settlers
and against the demoralizing Cali­
fornia firms.
Pempejus’ officers were quarrel­
ling among themselves on the eve
of the battle of Pharsalus about the
booty they were to have and the
officers were to enter after the battle
was fought and victory gained, so
sure were they of success. How
woefully were they deceived. The
opponents of the settlers are trying
to make it sure to the people that
victory will be on there (opponents)
side, and while under the influence
of such scare, to buy off some of
the settlers ostensibly to eave these
from utter rout nnd distruction.
The swamp claimants know that
decisive buttle is at hand and by
their certain defeat ‘ there” land
will lie gone. It is acting upon tne
principle of the robber- w$Io admin­
isters diinks to a man nnd while
under the influence of liquor em­
pties his pockets. While the honest
settlers are thus seared mid almost
reduced to poverty, conqielling
them to leave the country, the
swamD claimants send off affidavits
that the settlers left and are leav­
ing the country because of its being
swampy in character. By this they
wish to avert certain and crushing
defeat. Is tliere any principle of
honesty in this sort of conduct? If
this is honest, then please tell us
what is dishonest. Reduce this
Mnchiavelian policy to lower depths
of iniquity and corruption, if you
think it is among the possible.
C icero .
5
Special Notice.
In the matter of the County Sea
Harney County Oregon.
MASQUERADE BALL,
AT THE TOWN HALL,
At Burns, February 12,
1801.
Floor Malingers—King
aud Suite.
Carnival
G reat R eduction sale !
GREAT REDUCTION SALE!!
GREAT REDUCTION SALE!!
We have a Larger Stock than ever,
Wi carry the Best Goods;
We want Your Trade,
Grand March at 8:30, sharp.
Good music has been procured
and no pains will be spared to make
every one comfortable.
TICKETS (withoutsupper) 1150.
SPECATOR’S TICKETS
50cta
No males allowed to dress in fe­
male attire, and competent inspec­
tera will be at the door.
Fur lUile.
WE WILL SELL
Seven miles south of Burns, 150
............................... 17.00 per. Barrel.
Flour at....
tons of fine hay for sale cheap. Ry
.............. 9.25 “ 100 IL*.
Sugar “ ....
Green Hudspeth. He offers to fur­
‘ ’ ” ’. ’ 1!................... 4.00 “ 100 tt»s.
Bait
”
....
nish a comfortable cabin, that can
goods at corresponding low prices, during our GREAT
And all other _
l>e occupied by the purchaser while
REDUCTION SALE.
feeding the hay.
Reduetions are made in every Department of our large stores.
gST-NOW 18 THE TIME TO BUY YOUR WINTER SUPPLIES,
Kot Ice.
C ILEA PER THAN EVER.
Yours Truly,
The subscription to the mill fund
has been due for some time. Parties
THE LEADING MERCHANTS OF HARNEY COUNTY.
still owing their subscription are 3-50
here-by notified to pay up immedi­
ately, for the money is now an ac­
tual necessity to pay up indebted­
ness and carry on the business.
J. DURKHEIMER & CO.,
Don't Head This!
After Jan. 1st 1891, I announce
to the public, that I will not let any
account run over $5 00; and when
account reaches $5.00, vour bill
will be presented, and after said
bill is presented no more credit till
said bill is settled.
L ee C aldwell .
NORTHWESTERN MAIL
and
TRNSPORTATION Company.
C. C. McCoy, General Manager,
--------- 0:0--------
Stages leave Burns, Oregon, daily for Harney, Drewsey, Beulah,
Westfall and Vale, where
Close Connection is Made
with the railroad. Good fresh horses, careful drivers, new vehicles,
Entitled to the Beet.
Now at this time comes on for
RATES or FARE FROM BURNS TO ONTARIO AND INTERVENING POINTS:
99.M
Burns to Vais
consideration the matter of the
—Mr. John Pratt, our tailor,
Burns, to Ontario.................................. <10.(X> I
All are entitled to the best that
T.50
•' West Fall
••
“ Grove City................................
8 50
wishes to inform the public that he
. 4C«
••
” Drewsey..
county seat of this county and the their money will buy, so every fam­
M
•• Beulah ................................... • <»
1.00
•'
“
Harney
••
•
Pine
Creek
.
2
M
I
will l.e pleased to receive orders for
legal place for this court to hold its ily should have, at once, a bottle of
Baggage, 3<Mba to each Passenger. Frieght and Passengers must
any thing in his line, at hie ranch
the la-st. family remedy, Byrup of
terms etc.
>>e way-billed. Passenger fare paid in advance.
two miles east of town.
o
Figs, to cleanse the system when
And it appearing bv the act cre­ costive or billi ms. For sale in 50c
H
arry F loyd ,
N eri A cxi . es ,
J. C. P arker
—Married—nt the residence of
ating the county of Harney that the nnd $1.00 bottles by all leading
Gen. Sup’t.
Division Agent.
Burns Agent.
[’. F. Stenger, on Sunday, the 4ti<
4-7
tewn of Harney therein ‘ Was male druggists.
inst, by J. C. Parker J. P., Mr.
the temporary county seat thereof,
Henry Chambers nnd Miss. Ellie
Advlee to Motheri,
that thereafter in accordance with
Mack.
Frcm Riley.
\
Mr*. Winslow'* Soothing Syrup hit* n*ed been
1.0NO «k i OBKNI URG
said
act
and
on
the
2d
day
of
June
by milllttna <>f mothers for < hiluren teething f« r
—Wo were visited by our road
Born—to the wife of Mr. Jas
fifty yewra with pvriect su< ces*. It re ievss
lALE:
18C0 the proposition of the perma­ the
overseer, Chas. Ziegler, last Monday. Smith on Dec.—a son.
little sufferer at ouce, produces neural,
sleep h freeing the rhihi from pain
Krebv given. That under and by He complains very much of the
nent location of the county seat of quiet
Miul the liitle »herub awakes as “bright as a
MART BRENTON,........ ................................................ Propriety.
|< ti.Ln ksi ed.it f the Hvii Cir-
button.” Itiskery pleasant to taste, soothes
Mrs. Simon Lewis cut her hand said county was submitted to the •het
n.c Mit.e . f » rig. n 1« r Harnet citizens of bis road district, and
hiltl, soft ci a the gun«*, allays pain, re­
it <? 11e< t< d nnd t.i-iiveiid up. h a save it is almost impossible to ^et ,
wind, regulaies the bowe-s. and ia the
severely with a piece of broken glass legal voters thereof but not deter­ lieves
L iu 'tn-’viert nnd eiaeied .1 iuiu
The proprietor of the Red Front Livery Stable assures the pub­
be» known remedy for dirrahma, whether
aii. nv vf t»< 1« i t r A D i bU, in n«- them out on the roads to work their
arising from other «anaen. 7.6c a hvtt'a
lic that he is prepared to accommodate in every way in bis
a
few
days
since.
Lurt. d.»it g Lubii.tr* umli r lhe
mined.
,
road
tax.
F Re’i hnr< «k <«»., p-ui‘ «iH', »mu
line of business.
buv, Gciem-ani. for iha mm vf
That
on
the
1st
day
of
July
1890
House
and
ijotfor
Sale.
Eugene Boone of Surprise valley
Lied f.iti«n ai.d t-P.oo uoi- iuf
—The Burns Literary club will
a
Peremtorv
writ
of
mandnmus
was
H-ieoii a. ihe lait* ‘»f * pvr cum
Rilev
id .he i.Mh • at of < • K.L h t . A i« ini-et tomorrow evening (Thursday) is attending school nt the
A good house and lot. situated
£M»*Hay and grain con stantly on hands, and careful bands.
issued and served on the county in the town of Bnrns, can be pur­
e further num o:
.’.'4 < < t- fi iuig
house this winter.
;
L i>i d vJieifub b> n.i<: ju^gnicnl in the hull over T he H erald office. jurhool
clerk of this county commanding chased cheap, for cash. House
h ud i c ;v.CKtd t.i c tiui ieeti »hu Question for discussion: Should tlx
fi.i6-riied teal fr. per.y pievi
The fellowing are the visitors that
him forthwith to remove* his office well built and furnished inside, con­
hiv me bv \ irfi'e «»i a
- it of at government have control oftlierail
B<; . u. vf the abvvc i timed <. uri,
attended the entertainment given
roads.
and records etc to the town of Burns taining 4 rooms and one store
)$«■ and t.’ir- : < *i up toile«*, 'o-
*...< ! ihe Nor.hyast ar. and the
at the Riley school house on the
which order was on said day obeyed. room. Lot 50x160 feet. Warran­
Ki* .*. qr. of I-- ti. u ivuriien'l-b
—We are indebted to attorney
Kiriy * x(.r) .-«.uih of range ihir
tee deed will he given. Apply at
evening of the 25, from Burns Mr.
|t v, M. in Harney Cviuutv, Ore- C. A. Sweek, for the copy of Judge
That thereafter the citizens of H erald office.
|F«di8i.v ruld judgment anu ail
and M tb . WitzeJl, Miss. Ragon, Mr
Harney appealed from said order
11 lie kd i.ay of February A I> Lord's oppinion, which we print in
kpm.vf Bind day, in front of
and Mrs. Rusk and Mr. and Mrs.
V,
f ooorin Harney e.-untv, Oregon supplemental form this week for our
to the Supreme court cf this State
Attewtk».
it v and iniensi the raid A. atone
Byrd, of Harney, John E. Roberts,
MRS. LOUI8 RACINE, - -- -- -- - -P roprirtrmb ,
which said court upon argument
he i.aive d«*s< rile« pr* perty, «»n readers.
t
sep emt er. AD 1>9 . ar public
\ of Enterprise. Geo. Cawlfield and
Of all persons still indebted to
of said cause reversed the order or
i bights li.dder for < ash i»i hand
B urrs , O rboom .
undersigned on E ast O regon H er ­
—The school Directors of Burns “ l i’ sister Miss Canle. of Swamp
lu I e i-pp led in saiiBiaetiun of
judgment of the lower court, there­ ald nceounts, viz: subscriptions
i and all t. s r.
A
large
and
commodious
Hotel, everything neat and comfortable.
district now have hopes of negoti­ creek Mr. nnd Mrs. Best, of Buck
.h uay vf Lei ember, *.8W.
A. A. CO .VINO.
by leaving the town of Harney the subse<:uent to Nov. 28 1889, adver­
Tables furnished with ail market affords. Sure to suit tho
L fehcrift of Han c <«.unt>, Or ating the bonds voted for building creek Crook county, Mr. Johnson
temporary county seat of Harney tising and job work done prior to
public. When in Burns, do not fail to give the Hotel a Uhl.
a new schoolhouse. The string­ and wife, Columbus Johnson, Jas.
UT1CE
county until otherwise determined March 1, 1890, is called to the fact
ency
of
the
money
market
has
been
Street, Martin Baker nnd family. upon trial by the courts of this thnt payment must be made before
llviure and Order of Sale.
ger-GOOD TABLE SERVICE
| b.’ these prisen a, that pnrsu- the cause of the delay.
18th day of 8epteml»er, 1890, to
Thos Allen nnd wife, Chas. Lillard State.
b»f he cirt ukCourt, vf the state
save
further
cost
of
collection.
Bar icy Count*, made anu en-
In view of and respect for the de­
—W. N. Jorgenson our silver­ and Wm. Jacobs, of Saddle Butte
I- uav of October. A. D. land. In a
D. L. G race ,
cision of the court of lest resort of
K T. Motley ia plaintiff and
Mias.
Rosa
Dickenson,
of
Sage-hen
smith,
is
doing
a
fair
business
and
I, I. E. McKinney, uninea 8u«li-
this State in this matter and the Burns Oregon Aug. 21, 1890.
h4i » and Ei zabeth E. MoHe<,
good satisfaction. Bring Walter Parker and family, Miss. importance to the taxpayers of this
[the sum of Two hundred and giving
L.llarB anu lu ]H-r cent interest
May Parker, Nellis Parker and county that the business transacted
k<m from the las: named day him your watches and clocks that
Gods blessing to humanity— So
Mum of fit)-two 4<-IU j uollata,
Byron Terrell nnd family.
by this court be legally so.
need
cleaning
and
repairing,
he
bsemente. and Fifty dol.ata al­
says an Oregon Pioneer Ninety
itor «he foreclosure of a <er-
We
do
deem
it
justice
to
ourselves
■Kc,oi<.ate >l.e «th day of Au- guarantees good work.
—We received a progrum of the as officers and the taxpayers of this Years Old.
mii . u n aue by aa.d <;efeu<!aut,
W. H. CANADAY,.................................................... P rofrietor .
Forest Crove, Or., March 19—I
Lto the paint iff herein, up-.n
entertainment but have not space to county that the onlv legal place
—
Wm.
Altnow
county
commis-
■ Suuihues
and s>. n lieuBt U
have
used
the
Oregon
Kidney
Tea
-----------:----------- O------ 0---------- :-----------
mu <1 the Sou hwest qr. <<f ' sinner gave us a call Monday, he publish it.—Ed
of holding court in Harney county
[qr of Section tigh ten lb) in
and obtained immediate relief. It
i«
as
by
law
directed
in
the
town
of
ben(i9) bouth of KatiRe thirty- reports Drewsev and vicinity in
Nothing but first class pictures leaves thia Gallery. Duplicates
is God’s blessing to humanity. I
bic W M.. in flari.e.» c.unty.
Harney,
From Heil-S.
furnished at reduced rates. C^’Give me a call.
Ki ting inc to sell Baid lam.8 to 1 good condition, not much sickness.
take pleasure in recommending it to
It is therefore ordered that the
Iree as may te.
|r, 1 will offer and ae'.lthe whole i I E. McKinney of Drewsey is liav-
E ditor H erald ; The report has clerk of this court remove his office the afflicted. I am now nearly nine­
livit: The
of the
and
been circulated that the swamp and all records, books, papers and ty years old, came to Oregon in 1842
, ing a alight attack of fever.
1»
and the
of the
i. K.4 E. W M.amt all the right
files in his custody pertaining to in the employ of the Hudson’s Bay
■id teaie which RaidJamisT
—Our worthy and efficient Sher- land contest of Henry Miller vs. the courts of‘this county to the Company, and since I began using
■ thereto had on the raid «.th i.av
■ h ’.!. for < nah to the nighist b.u- • iff, A. A, Cowing received notice settlers on what was once Rod’s,
Kction at the < ourt h-.uae door,
offices provided for him for. that the Oregon kidney tea I enjoy good
f Harnei. biate of Oregon, afore- ■ this morning, of a meeting called having been decided in favor of
purpose in the town of Harney the health.
■ g at one o’cioi k, p tn, oU Tucs- ' at Salem the 20th inst., of all the
D avid M unrot .
settlers by Mr. Vilas and also bv temporary county seat of this coun­
■.f February. A 1» icDl.
■ y band, ihia.Ld aay of Decem- ■ sheriffs of the State.
As thif jneet- Sec. Noble, have been carried to the ty, and that he have a copy of thia
A A. Cowl so, ’ ing will be one of importance we
Take Before Breakftwt.
Iriffof Harney < cunty, Oregon. hope he can make his arrangements Supreme Court of the United States order published in each of the news­
papers
published
in
Burns
this
P roprietor *.
The great apetizer, tonic and liv­ SMITH k RICHARDSON
so that he will be able to be present. and that there the judges are of
county and State
er
regulator.
In
use
for
more
than
various
and
conflicting
opinions
as
lonrt of thè State of Oregon far
W. E. G race .
—County
Court, —adjourned
50 years in England.
Positive
ilarney Uuuuty.
regards the jurisdiction of the Sec­
Clerk.
Lual'l
term—last Monday did not know
specific for liver complaint. Bad
retary of the Interior to cancel ap­
By order of the Hon. County
I
taste ii: the mouth on arising in the
if it was a court or ‘‘some other
Sho* seppll«« Wits all Masts market aEerds. C^-shov «sposila Posi«*««.
proved swamp lists. The Oregonian Court.
morning, dull pains in the head
man,
”
whether
it
was
Burnsor
Har
­
u. thè ¿bove narned defer.dant:
is
responsible
for
this
report.
Where
and
back
of
the
eyes,
tired
feeling,
me <>f « beliate of urcgoti:
ney, or Harney or Burns, or Burns
bv Bummor.ed and required to
it gets such information it is diffi­
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lu­ diziinese, langour—sysoins of liver
bove eti iilcd Court on «r bvfore and Harney, or both places or—
complaint. Remedy—Dr. Henley’s
[thè next re;;u ar terni tliervoi
cult to understand. Certain it is, cas County.
pi «n of ih_« i.ne rt-qnirej ter there we’ve lost connection.
English Dandelion Ionic Relieves
there is no truth in this report.
pii ratio i of th b n.itice, io alt
Frank J.Cbenev makes oath that constipation, sharpens the appetite
r.»ni thè < a e of ihe flist può i-
The people on the land referred to ha is the senior partner of the Arm and tones up the entire system.
[and aatd tiri; dav of raid tcrm
—A remonstrance is being circu­
LUNABURG k FRY, P roprietors , B urns , O seoor .
In vf Ma». A. D lWt. at thè
|»ai<i Court In <lie Cvurt Huuor lated in Grant county against the are in constant communicatoin with of.F J. Cheney & Co., doing busi­ Get the genuine from your druggist
bit. Io le h«>lt.en for thè «me
knd thereaf vr «.uring saia ir*u petition which will 1« presented to ¡officers at Washington and are ness in the City of Toledo County for 81, and take according to diree­
$3, J 03 Stark »t Esala aad Skaao. al the sear ksat «aalltr. fata MosSsa*
|.ihric, bere f« re, Le '011 a..u
lions.
htiffs (-.»mp.aiiit in ibis at iloti : the legislature for an Enabling Act jthus posted in regard to the statue and State aforesaid, and that said
B. or f,.r wani t’nerv».f «hep alni
can assert that firm will pay the sum of 1100 far
■•kenenr agninat v.#n a*» *.<»n I “to allow the voters of Grant county of
<* the
‘ land.
1 ” They
”
POH SALK.
Cheapest Place in Town for Cash.
■ sei < an te hvard f, r lite suin
■ do lai* (li’«); ai.d 10 per «ei.t I ut the next general election to vote the decisions of the said officers each and every case of Catarrh that
fe-.Ri ihereou tr-m Augnai j.
The
Red
Front
Livery
Stable,
Baa. na 4« attomey k-v «f otte 1 upon the question of re-locating the have not been appealed and in fact cannot be cured hy the use of Hail’s
w«rk m 4 R«v*l<l*s smtlr Sms.
Alm. C<
■r dol ara
a -diti..« ai pn •
situated in Burns, opposite the
K>r. i iha? «ertalo promira r» i county seat.”
The remonstrance can not be appealed, al least before Catarrh Cure
Burns hotel. Mr. Wilson offers
■
a >«l de Isere 1 by }«u ssid
lo Mxor z i Mi* er and by ttoetn | claims that the county is now in the Secretary has finally decided
Frank J. Chenev.
this valuable Livery Stable for sale;
B. rva uab’e ro« ate.era i.m pri-
■e emei.t « f sa «1 arti» n en- i debt $70,000 that tlie county build-; upon the matter, which is now up
Sworn to liefore me and sub- at low figures. He lives in the
■ff wbo ia now he ao’e „wr.er
|>l, i.igvthcr wl.h het.n «nei . ings are valued at $34,000 that a for consi’leration.
With him rests scribed in my presence, this (Jth country, some distance from town,
■f i na id Cor an rdcr io aeP
JAMÍ8 COP8HALL - -
- ------------- ---- - Proprietor.
and eannot give the business the
great
many
taxpayers
are
heavily
jurisdiction
in
the
first instance. day of December, A. I>. 188<J.
ber y i o* tu ibe »beriFa bau. ■
■r of a fa» hvnent « u y aneti e ni
attention it requires, is hie reason
Such reports are designed to dis-1
A. W. Gleason, Notary Public. for selling. There is not a more
Bar ' « ur tr. per v ai hi8«-«.ur.ty | in del* and not able U pay the
■ prò« reale io ibe pavment «.<
! present taxes, that the removal of courage settlers and to debar others } Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken in- valuable piece of property in Burns
B» 'bar •be<’»,e of *he « Hrr of
■ ternally and acts directly upon the and any one desiring to invest in
■r f a&iei < urt f« r tb * | ub’l- j the county seat would necessarily , from en’e-ring the land.
■ create an extra expense of ($25.000, We wish hereto state for all such blood and mucous surfaces of the that kind of property, cannot better
themselves in any town. Call iin-
<>r
30000) that ha I f t he voters arc as are in search of land that will system. Send for
testimonials,
, mediately at this office or on Mr.
j>->t taxpayers, and wouldn't ha ¡net pnxiuce giawl crops of grain and free.
i W ilson, for vou are likely [to lose
, to the taxpayers to allow that ele- hay. that there are still a number of
Full weight given. Good bevf or the block. Mutten, pork,
F J. Cheney a Co., Toledo, O. a bargain. The Stable is just wbat (
—ÍST1
gaaaa, when on the make«.
meat to move the county seat etc. places vseant of very valuable land.
f^'Sold hy druggists, 75 cents 1 w* recommend it to be.
THE RED FRONT LIVERY STBALE,
THE FRENCH HOTEL.
Burns Fhotgranh cJ^allerv,
BURNS MEAT MARKET.
Portland Boot dt Shoe Store.
3BURN8 BUTCHER SHOP.