East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, July 08, 1891, Image 3

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    Semi-Weekly Herald,
WEDNESDAY, JULY S. 1S91,
CIRCULATION OE ANY
NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
HAS LARGEST
Oficial County Paper.
Local News.
—What is “baccarat?”
—County and Commissioner’s
Court this week.
—(food wheat at N. Brown's $1
per bushel.
-W asco won the ) mile and re-
peatrace on Saturday.
—On or near what stream was
• Washington hurried?
—A.C. Worthington is now “boss’
of tie Diamond mail route.
—The Burns Brass Band dis­
pensed excellent music on the 4th.
—Scroll and black Vignette pic­
tures
taken at Canaday’s Photo.,
skill-
i
gallery.
.
—A hay crop to be cut and put I —The eulogium on the Burns ! Notice in hereby notice
given that on the 15th day of
AH THEREi
up on the shares: Call at the H er ­ celebration, was received too late to Mav 1x91,1 ap|h>iute i the following named per­
sona
dvvutx
>
uk
k
lnapectuiaof
Harney
county:
appear in this issue.
ald ollice for particulars.
What Bargains At
John Bridge, uf Crane ( reek; Harrison tea­
ward of Diamond; \\ M. Hoga“ of xii\er Creek
—
Every
thing
in
the
hardware
—Is Brooklyn on the right hand,
R. C. GEEH’S;
:
F. G. Blume of Emigrant Creek; George MVr
or left, coming into the harbor on line, received at Geer’s last week. gan, uf Dre wavy.
MANUFACTURER
&
DEALER
Thus. G. D odson ,
ocean steamers, at New York City? Granite ware, Machine oil, Meehan
Stock Inapector of Harney county, i
IN ALL KINDS OF
ies
tools,
MowiAg
machines,
all
—George Moore and family re­
TINWARE.
PROPOSAL FuR Bt’II DING BRIDGE
turned last Wednesday from a visit kinds of harvesting tools, cheaper
Scaled p'oitosals will be received by the;
Tinware repaired.
than
dirt,
for
cash.
to his father’s Ilis sister Miss. Eva
County clerk fur building a bridge a< roes Sil- 1
vies
River,
un
what
is
known
as
the
Einbree
—At the Bellevue Hospital. New i Road, Harney county. Oregon, said bridge lol Also Dealer in Fishing Tackle an<l
came with them.
Sporting Goods.
be a substantial hridge with guard rails and
—Harney valley cannot be beat­ York, there is a remarkable ease of j approaches.
All prop« sals to be Hceompaiiied
a
man
gradually
turning
to
a
statue.
a i.h pians hi d specifications. Said proposals B urns ...................................O regon .
en for some kiipis of vegetables.
be opened by the County Court, on
Mrs. Haskell has as nice a garden The skin has hardened until it is I ; will
ednesday, July X, 189J. The Court reserving
to reject any and all bids
of the hardy varieties of vegetables like iron not so hard, but as unyield­ I i the By right
order of the County Court.
W I ' o: v< i:, t'lui k.
as one would wish to see. and bet­ ing. He cannot move hand or foot.
ter lettuce never grew in any coun­ The disease is a rare one and is
N«»livr to <><MliiorM.
called scleroderma or bidehound, Ju the matter uf Swarts & Millet, Insolvent
try.
Deblurs.
IN THE LATEST STYLE. AND A
'a
id no cure knownf>r it.
—“Who is this gentleman with
To whom it may concern: The undersigned
hereby
gives
notice
that
on
the
.Ddday
of
Ma\.
To lHspel Colds,
the red sash?”
1891, Swarts a - Miller, ii solvent debtors, uf Hsr
nev County, State uf Oregon, made, executed
That is oi el of the marshals of Headaches ami Fevers, to cleanse and
delivered to the undersigned their certain
the day.”
1 the
• svsteni effectually,
— . ..
deed of assignment, cun\ ey mg all their prop
vet gentlv, erty,
Wm. Mynatt’s Shot].
rt al ami personal in trust, for the At
“Who is the other one rushing i when costive or bilious, or when the 1 benefit both
uf their creditors. Now, therefore, a l
back and forth keeping us all in ; blood is impure or sluggish to per­ such creditt is and others interested in said On (’orner st nth of Red Front Sta­
estate are hereby notified to present their
line?”
ble in N. Brown’s building.
and demands ngaiusi saiu ch ate, prop I
manently cure habitual constipation claims
verified, as by law required, at the office of !
“Oh, that is another marshal, i to awaken the kidneys and liver to eriy
I he undersigned, in Baker City, Oregon, wi h !
our deputy sheriff ”
a healthy activity, without irritat- I in liner months from the public ation hereof
"Well, well! Grant’s overcoat ing or weakening them, use Syrup I Dated June 19. 1 91. C. VV. J ames , Assignee.
Blacksmith shop, with tools. Best
wouldn’t make him a vest, would of Figs.
NOTICE.
it?”
location in Burns. Inquire of N.
Wil l 1 ln> vol i MINK!
Is hereby given that oil the 15 dav of July • Brown.
“Who are those ladies riding ill
• 1891, ai t he hour of 10 o’clock A m . of said day, ,
the rear of (he procession?”
|
the
undersigned will sell at the rorra’s oil
Nails only cost voi $7 Toper 100
j xwor s ami Mil er, at their residence in Barton ¡ ’
I
"Those are the horribles.”
ths
at
Geers
and
everything
else
in
I
I l ake val.ev, Harney county, Oregon, to the ¡
highest biddt r, for < ash in hand, ail the fol-
—Frank Cummins, a boy 12 or II the same proportion. I have as : lowing
GREAT NOVELTIES
des* rihed persona! prupern, and c hat ¡
lels, ami and all the right, titiemol interest, M
14 years old, was accidentally shot i Rood sei cted stock as you will find j Swons
and Glenn W. Miller, copartners as! CHINA
& JAPAN
by Johnny Smith who is about the in any rail road town in Eastern I Swur.s Miller, n firm residents of Burton '
Lake valley. Harney county, Oregon, had on i
same age. The boys were at a sheep Oregon and am bound to sell it oil'. ! the
-3d liny of uctober, lX’.ifi, and have since had ¡
GOODS AT
now have therein or thereto,to wit:
camp, situated in the Diamond val­ Call and see me and I will astonish I ! ui One
hundred and three head of ¿horses, con
ley country, and while handling a you with low prices if you bring sisiiugof
males, colts, geldings and s alii, ns, '
Sing's;
mu.es, 5 milch comb . 1 yearling heifer, .\> ! -A.il
I rwin S. G eer . I ■ 4 head
pistol, which they supposed not to the cash.
uf rams, one <»:i4 Mitchell wagon, one 3*2 {
Mhchell
wagon,
two
buggies,
¿I
seis
of
team
Manager. , bar. ess. one set of buggy harness, one mower, II AN DK E R<' Hl EES, OF Fl NESTH11.K. (' H E A P
lie loaded, it went off in the hands
of Johnny Smith, the ball taking
i and one hay rake.
Ni rayiMl.
All of said property being now in the possvs-T TEA, -Khls A PACKAGE; AS MANY FIRE
effect in the upper lip, just to the
si .u of \V M Kingsley, agent of the ui.uer-I
From
Burns,
on
or
about
the
20th
signed,
in said Batluii cake valley, and said CRACKERS AS A SMALL HOY CAN CARRY
left of the nose, of Frank Cummins.
sale behig under ano by virtue of an assign
of
Mav,
on
dark
bay
horse,
branded
The I all passed through into the
I ment to me, mude by said swoilsK’ Miller, for FORJ x I b . ALL OTHER THINGS AT SAME
weight 1,400. the benefit of their creditois. and of dale May RATE.
mouth carrying with it several on left shoulder
, l'.'J. upon which said there are of record in
Harccy county, Oregon, and as liens upon said
teeth. The wounded boy was shod with team shoes, right hind | pr.
pert\ tin se'ch ittie mortgages, to w ii :
brought to Burns on the 6th inst., ankle crooks out, 16 hands high, The first, given by said bworis K Miller to A NEW STOCK OF GOODS
ON THE ROAD.
8
or
9
years
old
and
very
gentle.
!
J.
Durkheimer
*\¿ Co., on the küth dav of Octo­
by bis mother and Mr. Press Smith,
ber, 18.i arid filefi in the ufliee of ihe County
Any
one
giving
information
of
I Clerk of Harney comity, on October L4d 189J for
that the wound might be examined
Him of $1,1 • 4 with interest from dale al
by a physician, who pronounced it whereabouts will be liberally re­ the
ten ner cent per annum, upon which sain
warded.
M.
N.
F
egti
.
ey
,
mortgage
there is only a small balance <tue.
not dangerous.
given by said Hwurts ck Miller,
Burns, Ore. to Theseeouil,
I r. i». E. Miller, on the 17th dav of Novem
—W. II. Hogan is very much
her,
i**.*»,
and
filed
in the oflice of the County
Clerk of said Harney county , November IX. IS1/-
sti : aye •>.
pleased over the little puff given I
,
for
the
sum
of
0ÜQ, and interest thereon ai
his race horse, instigated by Carl I Strayed from Burns, Ilarnev 1 ten percent per annum
from dale.
third, given by said 8w.,r s A Miller, to
Cecil and published in the H erald . ! county, Oregon, on er about the to The
lleni'v Williams, on Ihe..Hh day of No\em
ami tiled in the office of the County
especially the reference made
21st of May, six head of horses and her, 1X90,
of said Harney county, December lllh,
the match race ran bv the horse one colt, belonging to the under­ • clerk
for.Ihe sum of |X3X 00, with interest thereon
i ai -cupcr cent per annum from date.
atid ram. The horse was so ven- signed.
rim after the payment of all <« sts ami ex
incurred in gathering aid selling saiu
much delighted, because of his p-d
Description and brands as fol­ peu>es
hoist s. the pro< ee«ls of sin Ii sale w ill be, by me
igree. that immdiately after pass­ lows: One bay horse, about 16.) app ied in paying and siibU-iyilig said mort­
ill their ordei as they,appear of record in
ing under the wire, in the saddle hands high, branded on left shoulder gages
said Harney »'uunly, r. >-w n
ist The balance due J Durkheimer A Co,
norse race, Friday afternoon, he i (’A! one l ay horse 14) hands high, upon
tried to jump over four wagons with large saddle marks on both t s-. their note, mortgage, princ ipal and inter
kd. The balance, if any there be, will be ap
standing abreast, landing the halt ' sides, branded on the left shoulder plied
in siitisf- ing the Dr. B. E. Miller niiir-giige (
<>t himself in the bed ot tin* first i C; one brown horse branded C prim ipai atm interest.
: d. Tile balanc e if any there be, will be ap 1
wagon, with his hind legs between i on left shoulder. 4 years old; one plie.
i i; satisfving Hie Henry Williams nioii
gage,
and interest
the spokes of the wheel and his'bald-face bay mare, four white feet >ai<i principal
sale to commence at the hour of 10
rider straddle of the tongue, But j branded (\\ on h ft shoulder; one o'c'loc k, aforeraid. and < untimie from lime to
until ail of sui«l properly, or sufficient '
every sweet has its bitter,
hn v mare, star in forehead, branded lime,
thereof, is sold to saiisfy said mortgages and <
ei<s .
•
was so much elated over the suc­ C'A on left shoulder; one sorrel in Dated
this 3d day of July, 1891.
c. W. J ames , |
cess of his favorite horse, that lie I horse about 14 or 14) hands high,
Hew to the billiard hall — Hogan blazed face, all four feet white, Assignee of Sworts A Miller, Insolvent Debtors |
following t<> keep him out of mis
L
SHERIFF’S NOTICE OF F<>R(’LO8URE AND
chief—and squandered four-bits on i branded ('A on left shoulder mid
ORDER OF SALE.
all men by these* presents, That pursu ,
a billiard game. The only thing yearling colt branded (\\ on left a nt Know
to a decree of the Cirruil c ourr of the "late
that occurred to mar the happiness shoulder, and, when turned out. of Oregon, for Harney c-ounty, made and en ;
tered on thektd day of May .A. D. lx’.H, in a suit
of Hogan, was. Carl struck him for i had on a halter muzzle. A liberal w herein Johanna C. crump was plaintlfl and
Frank M Jordon ami Tillie Jordon,, his wife,
two-bits to help pay his loss.
reward will lie paid by the under­ ami
Frank Bros’. Implement Co., were defend­
signed for their return to Burns, or ants, for Five huudred and seventy seven and
1
-lira
utid interest from the said 22(1 <la<
STATEMENT
information given whereby they of Mav. dollars
A, D. >X91t at lo per < en' per annum and
Fifty seven (57;doliais atturne sfetsand <« sh
I may be rjeovered.
Of Burns Jockey Club Races:
ami disbutsemetits of thenc ion taxed at thlr.y
C
harles
A
nderson
.
seven
amt 98-100(37 '»X- jo V j I u II hih and for the* foie I
ris.
Monev Collected
—Burns had representatives from
every precinct and neighbordood in
n vel­
the county, on t he 4th.
arás,
—The saddle horse race on Fri­
day, was won by a sourel horse, en­
•asoia
tered by George Hagey.
—Tex’s resort, Frank Lewis sole
dispenser of cocktails and fine cigars
1
“is in it” and don’t you forget it.
f —Fresh lemons, candies, nuts,
fruit! glares and a variety of cake
c c. trilh’iiiinge at the Post Office Store.
>
—Capt. Kelley lias had erected
J REG on his premises a wind mill with a
tank of the capacity of 1500 gallon.
—Good Machine oil, !|1CO per
gallon, at Geer’s. Finest assort­
C. ment I b ver seen in Harney Co. J-l
—The Saloon of which Bozv is
proprietor and “big.Jim” behind the
11
bar, is the place to^et the boss drink
ualiti or «««“'••
5.
—Married—On the evening of
■ ”d inst hv .Judge Tarker at the
i~K~J French Hotel, II. Hewitt, and Miss
L.1 F ord.
Lily
oruiM
—New Stock of Glass, Putty.
i rinit - Paints, Oils, Brushes, etc., at Geer’s,
No cHarge for cutting glass if voti
*adde buy of me.
J-l
---Persons indebted to Martin
Byerly for meat, are requested to
come bud settle up immediately.
No‘ josh ’about this, be means it.
et alfa
—H ave you seen those lovely
trimmed hats at the Millinery
Store? Not vet; but intend to get
one as soon as possible, before they
are all sold.
TOK.
—Cbunty court, Tuesday, the 7th
inst., J Durkheimer vs. A. J. Wil-
plicate sin, civil action to recover money
on account. .Jury found verdict In
favor plaintiff for $46.50 costs and
disbursements.
—Stockmen can now get honest
weights bv shipping or selling stock
at Huntington. The O. C. Co. hav­
<1 sr r<* ing just completed one of Fairbanks
Stock Beales, and arranged a large
corral Mor the purpose. Certified
weights given.
4-24.
closure of a certain real mor gage of date the
•so.
75.
Entrance fee.
ist Day's Race,
5th day of Nhivember, A D 1X90, mid mam* by |
For Over
Year«.
Rye Smyth of Happy Valley' Balance.
Hefedams. Frank M. Jordon and Tillie i
|.3x.
I A n O ld am » W fll -T kied R emedy .— Mrs said
Jordon, his wife*. Io t he said Johanna < (rump
has a crop of peaches this year. .d Day’s Races, 100.
30. Winslow's .'uuihhig
has been used for upon ilie Fast half of the Northwest quarter
over fifty tears hv million*«»f mothers fur their ami the We s. ha>f of the North« ns quarter of
Present indications are that they Balance.
138.
children while teething, with perfect auccesa
50.
20. it a »othvs the child, softeus ihe gums. alia * section sixteen (IX) in Township Tw«»nty-flve
kibtm Nvill make as fine a peach es grows ■>4 Day's Race,
i (.5* south Range thirty-twoatid a half C '-’ J E
h ' i pain, i nit's wind colic. and is the beat rem­ W M. containing lt»u
r< s. all Ding and being
XX.
and*’”
Kye further states his Balance
edy for Diarrhea*». In pleasant to the taste Hr llariu'v county, Oregon, and direc ting me to
70
30.
4th
Day's
Race
Sold
by
Druggie
a
in
every
part
of
the
world.
sell said lands Io satisfy said dec ree as may be. i
desire to have his friends from Burns
Twenty -five cent* a N»tt1e. its va’ue s Irn ah n-
Now. therefore, i will o IT ct and sell the said I
18.
»■. lable. Le Hire ami aak for .Mra Winslow's
Fiilnit trac k.
1P’ and Hainey Valley when in his vi- Balance
:
la• >«Is. tu-w it:
Posters,
’
x
13.
Taken from pool b
Soothing Svrup, am! take no other kind.
The
EL,of th»* NW’j and the W’v of the NE’4 I
cinity to vis’t him. he says “the
of Ser 16 Tp25 s, R . 2’- E W M, < «»ritaining l«s |
Total.
31.
31.
Tol al.
— latchfist ring is always hanging
a< res Iving and twhig in If ar net county Oregon. !
nto < k brands .
tor J BOSENBERG. President. Hardin à Riley,
rati o branded Von left side. togeiher with all,and singular, the tenements, I
out.”
W m . II G as «, Seretary.
Horse brand "7 left a.de. p. o. Burna. Oregon hereditameii’s.appurienatK rajhert»nnto belong |
! ing. or In any manner appertaining to snio I
-Iloe Cameron, says the Grant
Iain's, ami all ihe right, title, iiitercst and cs
HUHNS HAD ANOTHER E IRE.
J. C, Foley, cattle brand = on right aide. ' fate fran hises, p.isaea»lon, right of purs» salon
County News, has been catching
Horae brand -on left shoulder.
! and the property uf i he said Frank M. Jonioi (
The residence of W W. Cardwell Williams & Williams, rattle brand (’Bon left and THHe Jur«i«»n, his wife, and Frat k hr. s’I
gophers ‘in a horn.” some one told
Implement(N> ,it> ami to said lands and all t
him that a cow's horn was an ex- was distroyd by fire on the night of hip. Horse braud, |i on right stifle. P. o. Riley. i ea»-h
and every part mid parcel thereof whl« h
rsTot cellent trap to catch gophers. They 3d inst or rather the morning of the Horses brat ded )-( on ’“ft stifle. Cattle brand ’ they therein or thereto Lad on ihe 5«h <!a\ m t
ed )■( oil left hip. Marion Bun\ard. F<> Kiir« a | N«»\emler, A D I*-»*’, for cash to the higbes'
enterat the big end and squeeze 4th the fire being first seen about
bidder, at public auction at the Court House
»lo«»r in the l«»wn uf l umi, Harney < . iinty. <»r
them* lives to death trying to get three o’clock A M.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
1 ea«»n, commei»» ing on Monday, the‘¿nth »la* of '
Mr. and Mrs. Cardwell left the
! July, A D1X9I. st two o’rhn k. r m . of said day '
thrtMh Doc accordingly baited
and ai.y «»verplus here may »»♦*. afirr aadsfy Ing :
a horB, with a tempting morsel, for house atxmt 9 P. M. to attend a F inal proof :
said decree of $577.10 Slid Interest thereon and j
$»7.nuattorne> s fee. mentioned therein mid j
Mr. Gopher, and savs he caught dance given at the town hall, neither LAND OFFICE AT BURNS, OREGON, JULY ! i the
the < oats and <iisi>ursenient8 of $87.9x and n< !
Mr. G. •’in a horn. - ” -
<
nihig
c « js s an«i <*x|»enM-s of sale, will lie ap-j
He - is now of them can account for the origin
8. IWl.
Notice is hereby given that th«* follow I ng- ' plied. ar<-ording to the tenor of said decree, t - 1
for the fellow who advised of the fire, there was no tire made named
the
payment
«»f the decree «»f Frank Bros’ Im ,
settlei !••• filed notice of his intention
i. Doc. is well known in in the cook stove after the noon
• (r.
■ pf . t i r .support of his »-laim a •. : plemeiit ('»»..thereiu mcfiilnued «»f fHuksu »n«i i
and
interest
thereon
from said Xtd »lay of Mav.
mu «1 uro«»t will be mule before the Kegia-
5 c 0 at'orney fee mentioned!
lOtv. having ben assessor meal, the family eating a lunch for Uiai
ter and Ketciver, al Burns, Oregon, ou August \ D l-Vi and
t therein and a< <-ruing «»«ts
before! ¡rant was divided, and we supper. Every thing they possessed la DWI, virWilliam l>. Buchanan.
And any ever plus remaining after satisfy Ing '
d,r
are flare that »e would only ex- in the way of furniture and clothing Pre. DS. No. ik/A fur the
wf W*4 of
>, the two de«Tc«*s above menli«»ne«l. to Le paid!
<
to
the clerk of this rout k , subject to the or »•» |
». R «2, E W M
presa the feelings of his many —except what they were wearing— Tp He X nam»*s
:he following wfttu-wes to prove ' *»f Frank M. Jord«»n and Tillie J»<rdon. his wife, i
his cool it uuua residence upon and cultiva lui» after dedueling all legal «••as and expenses
f'lends here to cordially invite him was burned.also 1200 in Greenbacks of.
land, vit* < harlrp Roper, K;uUn < lay thm served or which mav accrue
In witness whereof. I have hereunto net my |
Mr. Cardwell estimates his loss at riooi. Mid
over, Bquesting him to bring a few
Tl»«-s Pirtter and Th.« Vickers, all of
1 hand this Hfth day of June. A D ir. I.
9
A.A.«’o*IWG, I
horns kt id rid Harney county of $l500. Tae home ai d furniture laruey. uregon.
J. B. H untington , Register
sheriff Harney ( uunty. Oregon, j
was partially insured.
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