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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1891)
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nty Court, for the County of
ligned, citisens and legal vo
red net, Haruey county, Htxte
respectfully pray that a 11-
untel. K. McKinney, for the
, malt and vinous liquors In
innty and State, in quantities
for a period ot six mouths, be-
iuiug5rum the 29th day of April
Uy of uocteber, 1891, and your
J. 8. Kenyon.
( has Newman.
N. E. Duncan.
E H Taylor.
A J. South,
C. T, Griffin,
T N Stallard,
Brit k Woodward,
In the Conuty Court of the State of .Oregon, for
In the matter of the last Will and ¿Testameut
of William P. Gates, deceased
Know all men lhat the undenitgned hss been
appointed Executor of the last Will and Testa
ment oi William P. Gates, deceased, and letters
testamentary, dated the Sd day of March, 1891,
have issued to him.
Now, therefore, all persona having claims
against the said testator, are hereby notified
to present the same to me at the ranch of the
late William P. Gates, in Harney county, Ore
Em, or to Thornton Williams, my attjrney at
is offlee in the tjwn of Harney said county,
within six months from the date of the first
publication (given below) properly verified as
by law provided,
rlrtt publication dated 4th day of March, 1891.
S ylvanus O. G ates ,
I announce to the public that I
will not do any more credit buii*
L es C aldwell .
And the Indian
J. DURKHEIMER & CO.,
A FULL AND AUTRNT1C LIFE OF HITTING
HULL. UEXKKAI. Mli.EH, Hk'FALO HILI.,
RED CI.OUD, LITTLE WOUND AND A
GREAT MANY OTHERS OF THE GREAT
OREGON. By Fletcher Johnson, Author of the Carry the largest stock in Eastern Oregon. All orders given prompt
From this time on I will not give
A full and graphic account of the
any credit for liquors to friend or On St Patrick’s Evening,
recent war, how it was brought
Lou.,J. B osenberg .
MARCH 17, 1891.
about, how the terrible battles were
March 3d 1891.
fought, particulars of blood-curd
Grand March at 8 o’clock.
ling massacres, hand to hand con
flicts, narrow escapes, the battle of
OREGON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY.
COME ONE, COME ALL.
Wounded Knee, death of Captain
Taken up by the undersigned, on
Wallace, slaugter of soldiers, In WH
OLESALE & RETAIL IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
$100. dians, women and children, Mes
Poison creek, Harney countv, Ore Tickets,
siah craze. Ghost Dances, d'Bgust-
HAS LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY gon, two bav horses branded on left
¿S^-Good music lias Ween secured. ing dog feasts, etc., etc.
( nas. E. Kenyon,
NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
shoulder with the figure 12, about
W. D. Yokum.
Sitting Bull’s own story of the
8 years old, weight about 1100.
Massacre of General Custer and his
8 B. Stewart.
shy given that this petition will
The whole story is told
and the Indian command.
Official County Paper. The owner is entitled to the above I.lfc ot Silling Bnll
to the above named Court on
named property by proving the
in the most vivid and life like
I 8th day of April, 1891
I. K. M c K inney .
same to be liis, and paying all
“The Life of Sitting Bull and the
Local N ews.
A thrilling, exciting, quick sel
[ cm , Burn«, Oregon, February 21
book, rivalingin substantial in
•bv given that the following
HAHNEV COUNTY ITKM8.
work by the famou* writer and lec terest and sale, Stanley’s great
1« filed notice of his intention
•of in support of hi« claim, and
turer, W. Fletcher Johnson, Author work. A million copies will be
sold in the next three months.
rill be made before the Register
at Burn«, Oregon, on April 7,
of “The JohnstoWP Flood.”' The
The book is complete in 600 large
fever heat to which public excite- size pagAs, and profusely and su
miah P. Holme«.
—J. C. Wooley has traded his An old physician, retired from practice, .rnent has been aroused by reason of perbly illustrated.
U8E’4, EU BWqr., of Sec 18.
r .vf^ec. X4, Tp. 21 H.. K. 31 E.
having had placed in his hands by an East
e following witnee«eB to prove band of horses for cattle.
India mwnionary the formula of a simple the pending Indian W<n makes the
residence upon and cultivation
i* John >V. Sayer, Joel H. How-
Tha. Prineville-stag«, due, here manent cure of Consumption, Bronchitis, the publication of this great work
BOOTS, SHOES & DRY GOODS, STOCK COMPLETE.
mmcpuk I 8am«w*-w>-
A regular gold mine for agents.
Saturday, is still due.
Catarrh, Asthma and all throat and Lung one of special interest and impor
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J. B. IltJMTlXGToM, Register.
Affections, also a positive and radical cure
All orders receive prompt and careful attention, with ONE PRICK
—No excitement in Harney over for Nervous Debility aud all Nervous Com tance, and every patriotic Americ- The Interest and excitement is in
plaints, after having tested it wonderful
to every body.
the school and town elections.
curative powers in thousands of cases, has can should read it. The book com from $10 to $25 a day.
Strike ¿«•“Proprietors of Huntington Warehouse, solicit correspondence.
ick , at Burn« Oregon February
felt it his duty to mpke it known to his fel
—Miss Marv Geer has been ill for low suffering fellows. Actuated by this prises a graphic and fascinating while the iron is hot and big money
ireov given that the following-
Now don’t get left this
baa filled notice of hi« intention several days but not dangerously motive and a desire to relieve hnman suffer story of the greatest Indian Nation; is yours.
proof in support of his claim,
ing, I will send free of charge, to all who
proof will tie made before the so.
desire it, this recipe, in German, French or a full and authentic life of Sitting time, previous experience is not
fteeetver at Burn« Oregon on
English, with full directions for using.
—W. C. Cecil and H. M Hogan, Sent by mail by addressing with stamp, Bull, the foremost of American In and extra liberal terms mailed
• the KS 8K‘4. NWV4 SE‘4, and of Silver creek, spent a few days in naming this paper.
W. A, N oyes , 820 Poors’ Block, Roches dians; a vivid and realistic descrip FREE on application, or to secure
section 2, Tp. 24, 8 R29 E, W M
ter, N. Y.
le following witneesca to prove our town last week.
tion of the Messiah Craze and Ghost it instantly, send 60c. for complete
I residence upon eud cultivation
•is: James M. Parker, Walter
—100 tons of hay 2 J miles from
dance, and a full history of the agents canvassing outfit and state
Roussel and Byrou Terrell, all
Boat Ford Item«.
Burns—for sale at $3.00 per ton—
D. L. & N. GRACE, Proprietors, ..................... Harney City, Oregoa.
great Indian War of 1890—91.
J- B.H vntingtom , Register inauire at this office.
While not yet in full operation, is doing EVERY VARIETY of Job Print
The volume teems with incidents
ing iveatly ana promptly,
The critter who wrote the obscene
—Don’t forget to call on Tex
This office is strictly new in every respect, both type and press««, and skiH-
| 8. L amo Ornc-K nt Burn«, Oregon, February
ful printers await employment.
when in town, his liquorB and cigars
fully establishes the fact that “truth i authorized edition published. Do
resides north of Boat Ford.
Xslfna it bsrebv given that the following are of the best brands.
Hand in your orders
is stronger than fiction.” In it are not be deceived into handling Ten
uissd «ettWr h«B tid noti-eof h!« intention
i ■Mkk* Hnsl proof in support of his claim, ami
For Tetter Heads, Note Heads, Bill Heads, Statements, Envel
A few weeks since while Dr. to be found in all thair wild reality Year old rc-hashed and played out
—Gentlemen the Saloons mean
^^^■BMSjfwill be made before the Regis
wMfrer, at Buri s, Oregon, on Match
opes, Business Cards, Posters, Hand Bills, Calling Cards,
just what they advertise in their Embree was going to Saddle butte and vivid savagery, a, living history books offered by other houses.
Wedding Cabinets, Funeral Notices, etc.,
he was ferociously attacted by a of the Sioux Nation, from tbe earli Those who have taken agencies for
1«. X«. MMF the NW‘4 of section 28, Tp. 23 8 notices: “No more credit.”
this or other Indian War Books ¡SF*A11 Job Material is fresh, and of best quality. Prices reasonabla.
* S' R 31 E W M
est time to the present day; graphic can send their orders direct to us,
following witnesses to prove
—Notice the ad of the Grand
'1 MtMMlHKreBidence upon aud cultivation
turn a coyote appeard in front of descriptions of their peculiar man and so obtain the genuine article
MldlMlCtls: Charles Cronin. Frits Mare, Ball to be given on the 17th a good
lehfoal HWMB and Dennis Moylan, all of
the Doctor, but did not show as ners and strange customs; their dis and save considerable time in mak
time is guaranteed, good music,
- ’ ' ’ W J-
H umtington , Register
much bravery as the dog.
gusting dog feasts and weird sun ing deliveries, as we fill orders on
good supper, good everything.
day of their receipt. Address,
Simon Mason has gone to Neva-, dance, their religious beliefs and
PACIFIC PUBLISHING CO.,
—The annual school election last
«•elüvire and Order of Sale. Monday was well attended. 121 da, and will be absent several ceremonies,etc., etc. General Miles Ainsworth Block, Portland, Ore,
General Custor, Buffalo Bill, Sitting
ow (■'men by these presents votes were cast. Dr. J W. Ashford months.
Bull, Red Cloud, White Eagle, etc,,
MHMknt to a decree of the elected Director, J. C. Parker school
John Cole talks of going to South
C. C. McCoy, General Manager,
etc., are prominent figures in the Talmage’s Life of Christ
ot the State of Ore
for Harney county, made
thrilling and blood-curdling story.
" Stages leave Burns, Oregon, daily for Harney, Drewsey, Boulah,
^B^Bon the 22d day of Oc-
Benton Embree will put in a large The book, which is profusely illus
—Dr. Embree lectured, at the
HK 1890, in a suit wherein school house in Harney, on Sunday amount ot grain in the early spring
Westfall and Vale, where
trated throughout, is gotten up in
iretflbtional Bank of Baker
Close Connection is Made
the finest style of the'book-makers’
waJBMaintiff and Peter F. night Ilis subject was, The wants
art, and reflects the gratest credit on ‘From Manger to with the railroad. Good fresh horses, careful drivers, new vehicles,
eMB Almeda Stenger, his and natural resources of Harney fence more.
RATES or FARE EROM BURSS TO ONTARIO AXD‘INTKBVXX1NG-KHMTS:
Durkheimer. defend- Valley.
The sick who reside in this vici all concerned in its production.
. j ...............
................ |10.00 I Burns to Vaio
- Weat Fall
•áWjBh'0 Thousand Eeight
“ Grove City.................. ........ .
We predict for it an enormous sale.
“ Drewsey............ .......... #... 4 0t
—A little boy of Burns, come in nity are all recuvrrlug.
•• Beulah..................................... 8.^' I
red snd five and 20-100 dol-
•• Harney.................................... l.Ot
By the greatest pulpit sovereign,
’• Pine Creek..........................
NHB-20-100] and 10 per one day last week, and inquired if
The shotgun makes no more noise
Baggage, SOIbs to each Passenger. Fricght and Passengers must
HUE,. thereon front the 1st we could let hiui have a book of since all the bulls, and horses have General Agents for the Pacific REV T DEWITT TALMAGE,D D.
fare paid in advance.
l>e way-billed. Passenger
f Maj-A. D. 1889 and for the “Moials and Manners.” Burna is
Coast are the will-kqown, enterpris Including a History of Palestine
J. C. P arxir
. es ,
H arry F loyd ,
sears of a certain real mort-
ing house, the Pacific Publishing and account of his journey to, thro’
P hilip II
ifjfoUa the 9th day of October “looking up somewhat.”
Co., San Francisco and Portland. and from the Chris-land. Illus- .
ai«P«#id,‘ by said defendants,
—The O. C. Company Hunting-
See their advertisement in another trated with more than 400 superb
9. Stenger and Almeda Stcn- ton Oregon have a full stock of
Items from Riley.
engravings, scenes in the Hob-
PflE to the First National everything in the mercantile line.
Land and copies of world-famous
«f Baker City, upon the East Send in your orders by mail, parcel
THE RED FRONT LIV.ERY STEALS,
About 8 inches of beautiful snow
paintings of the Old Masters, from
KflHorthwest quarter and or wagon load. They will certainly
fell upon Silver creek this week.
■MgKt quarter of the North- give satisfaction.
From $100 to $<300 per month
B w S ft and the Northwest
R. J. Baker made a trip to Burns Whether on pleasure Dent or busi can easily be made on commission
SV of ille Southeast quarter,
ness, should take on every trip a or we will pay liberal salary.
11 ] Township twen- Annie Ward, and Messrs. Gates,
Range twenty-eight Dierkes and Hendricks (the last two
Williams & Williams moved bottle of Syrup of Figs, as it acts
BRENTON & BAILEY,
ikstBbo the South half of the mentioned are Life Insurance their cattle to the iQwer ranch last most pleasantly and effectually on
WWrtPpafter and the West
the kidneys, liver snd bowels, pre
Teachers, Students, Minister,
tisKSouthwest quarter of Agents) are the guests of tbe French week.
bright men and ladies in every
« tBKv-six, also the Hotel this week.
M. R., Biggs was over collecting venting fevers, headaches and other town to whom we give exclusive
forms of sickness. For sale in 50c.
kalfjK’the Northwest quarter
—We see from the tax notices taxes Monday—but the weight of
KSat half of the South-
and $1.00 bottles bj" all leading control, and territory. Act now
before territory is ull taken up.
of Section one ,
4-11 Write fortermsand full particulars.
h« vN) half of the Northeast now delinquent. It would be well left, your deponent sayeth not.
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H^Ktlie Soutwest quarter for all our readers who have not
T’ N. Baker is suffering from an
The apportion inept bill for wag ING CO., Ainsworth Block, 3d and
■■fost quarter of Section settled their texes to do so im
on roads were defeated by tbe veto Oak S.ta-< Portland, Oregon.
s[ltH|l in Township twentv- mediately for fear of haring trouble
The Proprietors of the Red Front and White Front Livery Sta
M SBbh. Range twenty-eight
of Gov. Pennoyer.; Tha. reappor
bles assures tlft public that they are prepared to accommodate
««iBrillianiette Meridian, and cost.
passed throuh on his way to Cali
in every way in their lino of business.
ngfoHbeingin formerly Grant
—L. Bose n burg our popular
the terms of that MU (Harney and
T. a . M c K innon .
i&sJfeountv Oregon,con tain- Saloonisl, has had his licenss re fornia.
t i4®re<l acres, more or less,
Miss Carrie Cawlfield, of Enter Grant would have elected a Senator
Hay and grain constantly on hands, and careful hands.
jointly and each cOtmlv would have
Lc&S7 and 8. in Block 4, newed by the town council. It will prise, is attending school here.
Block 6, in tbe town be remembered that he closed his
had its own representative. Raleys
Miss Maud Balfour, who is at irrigation bill will be bf benefit to Blacksmith shop, with tools. Best
county and State, Saloon some time ago, his license
ine to sell said lands having run out, but instead of ap tending school here this winter, re
Eastern Oregon. Our^tate legisla location in Burna. Inquire of N.
ssfy Sd decree as may be.
turned Friday from a visit to her ture and Governor takes pleasure Brown.
r, l^Beforc, I will offer and
fn forgetting that we tuTthe froiitcer
je 11M b to-wit: The Bl of the license, Bozy thought proper to close home in Crook county.
SW1 of the NEj and until the election of town officers.
the SE| of Section You will find him at the old stand
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MRS. LOUIS RACINE, - - - - -
i(il®p 20 S. R 28 E. also, , icady to accommodate bis many Two Papers a Weak for a Dollar a Tear.
NWjandtheWj of ¡ friends.
W| (■Section 36, also, the
A large end commodious Hotel, everything neat and comfortable.
The “Twice-a-week” Edition of who, when asked Mallock’s question
Wj of SWi Sec. 1
—Miss Ida Simpkins fell from a The St. Ixiuis Republie is at once “Islife worth living?”replied, “That
Tables furnished with all market affords. Sure te »wit the
MKof the NE|, and the [ bridge while crossing Long ereek
public. When in Burns, do not fail to give the Hotel a trial.
the best and cheapest news journal depends on tbe live^.” And Ben
of tlBk'I'f of Section 11. all
i S, MSb E W M, containing i near Grant’s Pals, the night of Feb. in the world. It is a big seven-col Johnson doubtless sa* the double
«“GOOD TABLE SERVICE
inB^Bscres. also lots 4,7 and 13, and was drowned. Miss Simp umn paper, containing six to eight point' to the pen. Tha liver active
and lot 5 in block 6, kins was returning from a party pages each issue, or 12 to 16 every —quick—life rosy, everything
: tetBof Burns, and all lying and it being very dark she walked week, and is mailed «very Tueaday bright, mountains of trouble melt
county of Harney, off the bridge, which had no rail-
and Friday. Its readers get the like mountains of snow. The liver
«^■Oregon, and together
Portland Boot & Shoe Store
news of the day almost aa promptly sluggish—life dull, everthing blue,
l, ^■urtenances. franchises stream after her but the water be ' and fully as the readers of a Daily molehills of worry rise into moun
LUNABURG A FRY, P ropuietorb , B urnii , O rroon .
ifkjMtlf possession, use and ing swift he could render no assist ' and half a week ahead of any tains of anxiety, and as a result—
n«aBri and to and in any ance. The young lady was 18 Weekly in every State in tbe Union. sick headache, dizziness, constipa
$3,000 MMk .1 R»t. ..4 Ibo... at lb. my te.« ywülw. Ju* rwMrM
«’^■»rtaining to, said lands. , years of age and wm highly respect
Yet the price is only one dollar a tion. Two ways are open. Cure
SMBiclit title and interest,
Year. Special Mireoori, Illinois permanently, or relieve temporarily.
’^|B<lf Jioesegsion and the ed.—Eugene Guard.
Cheapest Place in Town for Cash,
«Un- said P F. Stenger
—We see an account given in and Texas Editions are printed, and Take a pill and suffer, or take a pill
Stenger, his wife, an.) the Huntington Hearld of a fight a general Edition for other States and get well. Shock tbe system
Al», CaiutM work »4 R»*alrllt mil, 4on«.
in and to said lands
by an overdose, or coax it by a mild
and every part and between tbe Harney and Burns contains nothing but details of im pleasant way.
seat factions. There is not portant events of interest every-
thereof which they count-
Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets are
i W Kerrto had on the 9th a word of truth in it. Tbe records . where. Tbe Republic is tbe lead
BURNS BUTCHER SHOP.
Í ^Bfcsr. 1888, for sash tr are still here, and no attempt has ing Democratic paper of tbe country the mild means. They work effec
t^^Bbidder. at public auc- been made by the citizens of Har- aggreasive, but.at the same time tively, without pain, and leave the
A^fouurt House door in the
county of Harney, ,ney to take the .records from Burns, liberal, and tbe only thoroughly
aforesaid coriirn. r.< j We áre very sorry indeed that such1 ' national journal in the whole coun coated pellet is enough, although
k u M. on Saturday I a
ite way into the nrwa- try. Remember tbe price is only a whole vial costs but twentyfive
of March, A D 18V] paper» "U fo calculated to injure ' ore dollar a year. Sample copies, cents.
whereof. I hare bcro- both towns. Newspaper reporters also an illustrated Premium Cats-
M m I» hand this 24th dav id
and publishers should be careful. logno, sent free on application.' Mild, gentle, soothing and beal-
and not publish idle rumors that Addreae Tbe k*jmb|1e, 8t. I^suia, ing W Dr. Sage’s Catarrh Remedy.
Full weight given. Good beef or the block. Mutton, pork,
A. A. CoWIKlJ.
FflMarni y < . unty Oregon do injury*'
Only fifty cents; by druggists.
veiuson and game, when on th* tuakit. *
& T he N ew J ob O ffce .