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To Dispel folds.
—Mrs. J. M. Parker met with an
accident c »tiling to town in a cait Headaches and Fevers, to cleanse
1 yesterday, the horse b came T ight the system effectually, yet gently,
SATURDAY, Jl’NE JO, 1891.
ened at a little boy jumping into the when costive or bilious, or when the
cart suddenly, and ran away. Mrs blood is impure or sluggish to per
o., • LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY Parker was thrown from the cart manently cure habitual constipation
NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
GRAND CELEBRATION, JULY 4» 1891.
but fortunately only received a few to awaken the kidneys and liver to
bruises, from which we hope she will . a healthy activity, without irritat
ing or weakening them, use Syrup
Official County Paper. speedily recover.
—There will be just four days of Figs.
! -'"ft - 1
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racing on the Burns race track, the
1st 2d, 3d and 4th of July. 1st day
Hardin A Riley, cattle branded Von left «ide.
SAI UTE OF 45 GUNS AT SUNRISE.
GW yards free for all Harney coun Horae
brand r left aide, r. o. Burns. Oregon
ty horses, purse $75; 2d dav, $
bv Burns Brass Band.
—Burns will celebrate'!!
mile dash free for all, purse $100; J. (’, Foley, cattle brand = on right side. President of the Dav.........................
3d day, ) mile dash, Harney coun
—See program on this page.
Williams A Williams, cattle brand. t'H on left \ ice-Presidents: M. H. Drake, P. F. Stenger, A. \\. \\ aters, Henrv
—Gaud wheal at N. Brown’s $1
hip. Horse brand, |1 on right stifle. I’, o. Riley.
Chambers, Harry Thompson, Peter Clemens, J. ... Garret,
! mile and repeat free for all Har
t- —Pussy St in?e.1 was in our to« n
—Nick Baker came into town yesterday af
J C (»arret.
—On Friday night, 3d of July, ternoon.
Notice is hereby given that on the loth dav of
ncing will be in order at the town —L. B< senburg and Tom Morrison are break Mav 1»9I, I appointed the following uanied per ' Aiils: W. E. Grace, Lee Caldwell, Ed Joy, A. W. Gowan, J. C. Wooley,
sons deputy stock I iispei-toi»of Hartlev county
ing horses to the harness, this week.
John Bridge, of crane Creek; Harrison Sea ! M. R. Biggs.
Miller, of the L-F Stock Association, ward of hlanoiid; W M. Ilomv <>t SilverVieek
—Tn this issue we publish a very is — in Henry
at 10 A M.
F. G. Blume of Emigrant Creek; George .Mor I;‘ra(le;.....................................................
Burrs in company with C. W. Jones.
rds, ’ eresting letter from Hon. 0. S.
gall, of llrewsey.
Tiles. G. D oiiho N,
Procession as follows: Grand Marshal ami Aids, Band, Liberty Car,
—Please»' ail and settle your meat bill at the
Sto< k li sreetorof Harney county.
Buri s Butcher ¿hup. Mania Byerley, proprie
President of the Day, Vice-Presidents, Orator, Reader of Declaration of
^"'—Remember Till Glaze is at the tor.
PROPOSALS FOR BUILDING BRIDGE:
id of the music department for —L. W. Adams, a drummer for several busi Sealed p-oi>< sa's will be received by the independence, Citizens in carriages, Citizens on horse-back.
ness houses in Portland, is in our town this County cleik for bniltiine n bridge across Sil
Procession to form in front of Land Otlice, march down Main to Jcff-
i dar.ee on the 3d.
vies River, on what Is known ns the l.mbree
Hartley county. Oregon, stud bridge to erson, up Jefferson to Second to picnic grounds.
^v-i«*-Tickets for the ball to be given : —Dr. Asli/ord 'eft Burns for Baker Cit”, the Road.
he a substantial bridge with guard rails and
All p-. p< »*!• to lie sci ompanied I
the right of the 3d. only $1.50.! morning of 17ili ii 6i. lie expects to be absent approach«-».
Rev. M D Wilson.
wiih )>lanB anil spe< itlcalionB. Said prop».sals Prayer by Chaplain ...................
o upper at all the hotels.
wiil he opened bv the (’ounty Court. o:> Music............................................. ....
for two or three w eeks
Wedn» s lay, July 8, 1891. The Court reserving
&c.—Doug. Bakerand family of Sil-' —Teams left here this morning for the saw the
right to reject any and all bids
J. B. Huntington.
r Cre< k were the guests of Mrs.! mill of the ii. L. V. Compauy, to load lumber By order of the County W
E. G race , Clerk. M usig.......
for Robbins’ store building.
..........by Glee Club.
pile Whiting Thursday night.
—Mr. Chilton, of Texas, will he the youngest P»iNAL PROOF;
Reading Declaration of Independence,
J. C. Parker.
’ —Pe rsons disiring to see the | man in the U. 8. Senate, lie is but thirty-six.
U S I.on O ffice , at Burns, Oregon, May 1'.’, Music...................................................
lotogfaphs of four of the finest Mr. Merrill, at the age of 81, is the oldest.
Notice is hereby given that the following-
iking men of Burns call on Jor- —Dr. Boyd will attend to the sick while Dr. named
settler Ims tiled notice of l.is intention
Ashford is absent. Dr. B. is now in Burns, but to Iiiiikc final proof in support of his claim, and
: .BASKET DINNER.:
will leave io morrow morning, fur Drewsey, in that said proof will l-emadi before th ■ Reg » er
and Receiver at Burns. Oregon, on July 3. 1891.
itc —Received al the dry goods and ! company wilh I. E. McKinney.
ocery store of A. Robbins, vester-
nichiital N. Miller.
Evening exercises consisting of Footraces, Tournament Riding,
IIil.No li t. for the N1, of NWqr See. 29. SFqr
ty morning, more goods mostly
ofslqr See. 19, NEqrof NEqr. .“ec. 30, Tp 21 S.
Greased Pole, Sack Races, etc.
R. 27 E.
lie mimes the following witnesses to prove
—Th'-Saloon of Lou P.o enburg
his continuous residence upon and cultiva'ion
of said land, viz ira O. Hard .veil. R. J Mil
, well patronized, and why? Be- Ben Brown was over from Burns.
itan», J. A. Williams and W. N. Hogan till oi
J. B. H i ntiv T o X Register.
lUHe his liquors ami cigars are of (). W. Porter and family have gone to On Ri'ey, Oregon
ae best brands.
Barr, M. King and O M oeb have gone to I F inal proof :
Portland Boot & Shoe Store.
” — T. A. McKinnon Fold to Bill the J. county
rtY'oods. one car load of gra. shoppers On the morning of the 9th we had a heavy
LUNABURG& FRY, P roprietors , B urns , O r - kgon .
£/J*ught, in Barren Valley. Woods frost, doing a little damage to garden sluff
Notice la hereby given that the following
' named ae: t ier lina fl led notice of Ilia intention
pants them for his Livery stable.
Win. Tris h and Ed. Stauffer have just ar to make t: a proof in aupp. rt f hi« i 'nini u ni “P jStock BootH and Shoes, of the verv best quality, jiiBt received
; that »aid trroof will be made before the Regia
—There is an orange tree in Louis- rived with a b^nd of cattle
Cheapest Place in Town for Cash,
ler and Keieiver. at Buri.», Oregon, on July 2.
¿ertna fifteen feet in circumference Mr. Stauffer, father of E. A. and Frank Stauf 1:-9I, viz;
tieni gc AV. ' erri, t,
jud fifty feethigh. The cropon this fer, has returned tohishome, in California
A’ b >. CuRtom work and Repairing neatly done.
I Preda No. 2(9-2 f. r the S«qr See. 10. Tp. ■ '
R. E W M.
1 ^ree this year is expected to reach
been visiting their son, (’. R. Peterson.
I hia i enti' il U» reai. e r e up. n nn.l < ulthntion
John Temple, of Crane Creek Gap, has sold of, »aid land, viz' Robert I ve-». !• rederir k Kit
—The most popular shapes in out an 1 moved bar k to his old home in Linn ieri.usi li. Auge» E. Klilerbli» li and Juiiu» A.
Ki.lerbuàeh. a.l of Burna. Oreg .'i.
onnets of the season are the spider, c< unty.
J. B. Il 1 NTlNiiTf N. Register.
URNS 3BUTCHER SHOP.
omet and bouquet. Mrs. E. S. The grain crop of (’ R. Peters >n and F. Eis
•9 r,»week is expecting a full stock of ter is very fine. It stands, at this time, waist
^he same, next week.
T iv.lioni it rosy coi.certi: The undersigi ed
—The citizens ticket, for mjni-
hereby gli es m Ii< e that on tile . ; d <la> of Mav.
!H«l.swari»A Miller. 1 a ivent debtor», of liar
g ipal otlicers in the, row uig city ot
C< >i' tv. “'"'e of Oregon, mad«, executed
I am prepared to advance money l.ev
’ortland, was elect« d by a large ma-
«nd de iverc I io the m.d raignc t their r er’aln
< f aaaignment, conveying rnlthelr prop
f|UO!ity. Mason for mayor was elec-
ertv. l oth r< il' ami pera na in truat, for the
le .'fit ,,f their < ri ditola. Now, therefore, al
"’llor»ed bv 3,000 majority.
aiicb < r< .B. 1» ar.d o li "« interrateli in » hì <I
—-Jot Rector of Crow Camp will phur and salt, cheap, CaB and see eataie are hereb-. notified to present their
claim« a I ¿eriam'a »gain»' »aid ea ate. prop
^,iave consideral le fruit this year, me and I will tell you the rest.
Full weight given. Good beef or the block. Mutton, pork,
< r'v verified, as bv lao- lequired, nt the office of
C al , G eer .
the nnderslgi ed. In Baker cltv, Oregon, wi Ii
lonsiiting of apples, pears, plums 4-21
venison and game, when on the maket.
in three non.the from the publication hereof
itc.;|Who was it said fruit would I
Dated June i9. 1 91.
WII AT t»<» YOU THINK!
<■ W J am «.», Aaaignee.
H*t glow in Ha n-y county?
OF F«>R< LOSl'llK AND
Nails only cost you $7 75 per 100 SHERIFF'S NOTICE
; \ —Tex's Resort receives its full
ORDER OF SALE.
__ ihaie of custom. Frank Lewis tbs at Geers and everything else in Know «1 in«*'« >»v theie pri-sen-», Th»' ptir»'i
Burns SPhotgmh C^-allerv,
(lit to »(lv. e . f 11.e Cir< nitCoiirt of the .-I hi --
»roorietor. The gentlemanly cour- the same proportion. I have as of
Oregon, for ilnrnei «ounl.i, mail« »n<1 ci. I
’’ “ c«y ol the bar-tenders and
W. IL CANADAY,.................................................. P roprietor .
rain Johnnna « . Crump wr>» pli.i .tiff »nd
in any rail road town in Eastern wh»
kys juality of liquors and cigars
Frank M J. tilon and Tin n j.irdon. Id» wife,
I Oregon and atu bound to s«ll it off. and Frank Bro»’. Implament Co . \n r»..cfend-
.. ,'ount for it.
n: a. for I'iv•• hundred »nd »event» »even anil
.lollu-« »nd ill«« r. »t fro' i the «»i —d <iai
Nothing I ut first clnKH pictures leaven thin Gallery. Duplicate«
—State Superintendent of In-
of Mav, A, i’. *“■ i, at 10 per < vn per annum nod
—^Ntruoti.ms, E. B. McElroy, is not you with low prices if von bring Fifty »even 7 del ai» »ttori e » 1«« » ami '■•»»,
furnished at reduced rates. US^“Givc me a call.
»nd dlaLut»e:uen’a ..f i h ■ « c <>n tnx-1 nt thfr »
I rwin S. G eer .
•xpect d U to live. His physicians the cash.
»even and .«“-100 ..7'«» 100'to laraand forthe o e
M mager. c . »lira of n i.er.a n renl tnor »a»e • ! «1» e the
UJ,have di-cid. d that a blood vessi 1
Mt day of NovemlHT. A 1‘ l-'.-l«. »nd made bv i
»aid .lefeuHui». Frank 'I. Jordon and Tlllii
burstid at the base of his brain.
Jordon, hi» v. ife, to the »“Id Johannn < ( rump
He is in an unconscious condition.
np.li! the Fail half
il«e Nortli.vii: quarter
Straved from Burns, Harney and the W. n ha i of the North«-»», quin.er of Blacksmith shop, with tools. 'lest CtHINA & JAPAN
—f» xtv three head of mares and comity. Oregon, on er about the I aection Hix een I«) in Tout.»hip T -eutv-five location in Burns. Inquire of N.
Itr.iiK« thirty-twoau.l u ball c.k«») E
geldens belonging to Steph lens Bros 21st of May, six head <>f horses and ’ I 1 vv -St M. »onili
rontainii'K l«.o a' reg. all i vitix and l.elnx Brown.
county, Oregon, ai d directing me'o
were ^old at sheriff sale last Tues one colt, belonging to the under »ell aaid Ian»
’«» Io »« «•!.' »»i'i decree »» ma» !•<-.
day. l’he average price was $24 signed.
N «w. therefore. I will offer and «ell the »»i«l
up a head,
One Clydesdale Stallion
Description and brands as fbl-j The F.'.of tne NW, an«l Ike W', of the NE>,
HANDKERCHIEFS, OF FINEST “ILK, CH FAI
se< 1» Tp 20 s. K
EW M, Contaiiiing U.n
bougl it bj Judge Miller told for lows: One bay horse, about 16| of
a< rce '»tng and 1.» I ng in Haree. count v i >reg»n.
TEA. exit A PA< KAUE; AH MANY Fl HF
hands high, branded on l«-ft shoulder he <■ li'amen a.appur’enan« e».thermnlo «-eloiig
in any manner appertaining to »ahi
[We hear through a reliable C.\; one bay horse 14 A hands high, It««. <«r and
CRAI KER“ AH A SMALL BOV CAN I \KKY
all the right, title. Inter» at n ««I « »
«»»urc* e that several voting students with large saddle marks on both I lav-:»
l»te fren hiwes, p »». «»Ion. right of poi-»« s»l«m
foRJioi. ALL OTHER THINGHAT MMX
th« pr > jh r»> of flit-»ui 1 Frank M J«.rd.>ti
bring anxious to pass an exaniina- sides, branded on the left shoulder I an.l
and Tillie lordon. h » wife. an«l Fra: k Bn.s'
5- tion t for * teachers certificate, ami 0: one brown horse branded C| ' eei
Imp etnetit ''■• .in ami to sabt land» and all
e and every pert and parcel thereof v. hl< n
feaii» Ig the results before the Uoun- on l«-ft shoulder, 4 years old; one they therein or thereto ha«l on the 5'h «lav of Ar Wm. My nail’s Shou. A NEW STOCK OF GOODS
Noveml«er. A 1» l».«t». for < ash to the highest
ON THE ROAD
ty Examining Board, one of the hald face bay mar«', four white feet Md»'er,
at ptibit- am tio i at the Court House On Corner st utli of Red Front Sta
-on left shoulder; one door in ’be 'own of Burna. Harney county. Or
I oard lieing tiieir teacher, she also branded
ble in N. Brown’s building.
egon. rvMIr encing on M»>i «lay, 'he *.<» h <*a* of
bared the result of an examination bay mare, star in forehead, branded
- - - - julv. A 1>V»»1. at two o'clo« k. r w. of aaid dav
■■ \ (>n j ],.(■(
sorrel . ai.«l a« y .«»erv'na 'he-e tn»y t-e. af er •«, is.'» Ing
of her pupils, and she indue» <1 the (.'
'ad ■!«•' «<•»
S77.10 «. d Intenst then-on an.l
borse :««'<'Ut 14 or llj tlfluns Illgri. , he
‘Oatt -rue- s fee. mentioned therein and
Wcxt Birgains At
f. t wbit.
a H f of qia Fli< i s. i nd exam-
-Jle.i •«-. »»r iin« «e thè t«n<>» <>f «ai»! «terree. t.i
R. C. GEER'S; !■=> :
ined the eamlidates herself, and
fhe («vmen of thè «terree <>fFr«<uk Uro»' :m of May, on dark bay horse, branded
nl • • .»herein in»-:"lone-I «>f J r. ri ■> d
TI RER A DEALER
gave some half dozen Permits to branded ( A on left shoulder and plem.
i Intere«» «h«re.m from »ai- .-<1 da» of May, on left shoulder ~ , weight 1,4<MJ,
IN ALL KINDS OF
teach school in the counts. and also yearling colt branded C.\ on left *n
A I» 1W1 ani FA 0 «t’orney tee uietitlo: • d shod with team shoes, right hind
and »ccrutng ceri»
has priwured H*h<*uls for th» in. < fur siioul'ler. and, when turned out.* tkrreln
And nny over p.u» temainlnr after »atiar» fez ankle crooks out, 16 hands high,
advi« e to the young teachers would had on a halter muzzle A liberal thè two dee ree, alHjve meut «■« e I. to le palli M or 9 years oid and very gentle.
file c’erk ut ih;» cirart». ani h^t lo ih«- <«r«l«r
be, if ;hey expect to get paid fur reward will be paid by the under-1 tu
•»f Frank M Jordon tndTli ieJ-«rton. b:»«ife. Any one giving information
Also Dealer in Fishing Ta» k.e and
after dedueiitic all legai «■■ » • *"d expenaea
t heir Fervici s. to go before the _
Ex- sign» <l for their return to Burns, or; tlten
eeetued or whlr h ma» ae< ruo
whereal/outH will be litterally re
Sporting G imh I h .
' ‘"'I !
M.N. F FGTLF.Y,
nnorndthi« l-lh • ay of JuM, A II IWI.
O rkgon .
lit« certificate in the regular and may be r covered.
A A. Co« ino,
Burns, Ore. B urns
CHARLES .\NDFRSON u T^ «t.
Mtertffllaney < <»un«y. O««««»». I
n rnp. r manner.
B urns , H arney county , O regon .