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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (July 25, 1891)
Burns Items by Reporter.
THE OREGON PACIFIC H K.
SYRUP OF FIGS.
AH THERE !
on the Affaire nt thie Produced from the laxative and nu
And I went abroad in the land, A Little I.lRht (dmpnnv.
tritious juice of California tigs, com
even unto the future C ounty S eat ,
SATURDAY, JULY 25.. 1H91
What Bargains At
bined with the medical virtues of
of Harney county, the town called
plants known to be most benticial to
R. C. GEER’S;
gon Pacific Railroad Company.
Officili County Paper.
human system, acts gently on :
I saw a beautiful landscape, and
The New York Herald says that the kidneys, liver and bowels, ef MANUFACTURER 4 DEALER
many intelligent faces of both men war has been declared among the
IN ALL KINDS OF
fectually ceansing the system, dis
bondholders of the Oregon Pacific pelling colds and headaches, and
I saw lovely face of maidens and railroad, and asks where are the
—Prof. D. L. Grace moved back the happiness of their companions bondholders of the $11,000,000? curing habitual constipation.
o Burns, last Tuesday.
Also Dealer in Fishing Tackle and
depicted upon their countenances. Bondholders Joseph Wharton, S.
—Mrs. Frank Lewis is on the sick
From Burns, on or about the 20th
On the Sabbath day I found mv i S. Sands, John I. Blair, Alexander
ist, so we are informed by Dr. Mars way to the one small church, won j Brown and Dillwyn Parrish printed of May, on dark bay horse, branded
dering how it could accommodate an advertisement calling upon all on left shoulder c', weight 1.400, B urns
—Thornton Williams and family' the number of persons wending other men who held the company’s shod with team shoes, right hind;
.re stopping in our town for -the their wav in that direction but soon bonds to join them in an effort to ankle crooks out, 16 hands high,
saw that the church was nottheob- oust Receiver and ex-president T. j 8 or 9 years old and very gentle.1
Egenton Hogg and his associates Any one giving information of
—Mrs. Palmer, a sister to M’s jective point.
control of the enterprise. The I whereabouts will be liberally re
A. C. Worthington, is ill and under
The congregation was small, and
;he care of Dr. Marsden.
the earnest tones of the minister i advertisers claim that $15,000,000
J —An excellent quality of ma warning the few present of the in
chine oil at Cal. Geer’s Hardware evitable consequences of sin. was. ■ , in the process of building and equip- !
alas! frequently interrupted by
■tore for 11 a gallon.
, railroad whose total length shall be county. Oregon, on cr about the
—Dress-making and plain sewing
i 600 miles whose total cost was es 21st of May, six head of horses and
done by the Gage Sisters, Call giggle from thoughtless lips, not yet timated not to exceed $15,000,000. one colt, belonging to the under II A NDKERCHIEF8, OFF1NE8TSII K .CHEAP
conversant with the proprieties of
TEA, 40ets A PACKAGE; AS MANY FIRE
at the Millinery Store
Both sides have settled down for a signed.
—New Stock of Glass, Putty,
Description and brands as fol CRACKERS AS A SMALL BOY CAN CARRY
long siege. At present the eastern
The growth of western towns, terminus of the road is the new lows: One bav horse, about 16.)
Paints, Oils, Brushes, etc., at Geer’s.
FOR25et». ALL OTHER THINGS AT SAME
No charge for cutting glass if vou is proverbial, but where is the town city Coe, 140 miles from Yaquina. hands high, branded on left shoulder RATE.
buy of m<.
J-l in the west, except Burns, can boast The 460 miles of road still to be C \; one bay horse 144 hands high,
of receiving buildings, bodily, from
—Go to Tex’s Saloon and Frank a distance of 14 miles, and people built between Coe Or. and Boise with large saddle marks on both I A NEW STOCK OE GOOD8
ON THE ROA1)
Lewis will help you to a nice cool, who are compeled to forsake the City, just across the state line will sides, branded on the left shoulder
C; one brown horse branded C
refreshing drink of the best of beer town of their choice and come to be easily accomplished it is said.
, \ Burns to transact bns'ness.
The Oregon Pacific railroad com-j on left shoulder, 4 years old; one
! pany was organized in 1880 with a bald-face bay mare, four white feet
—The hay crops of Harney va 1 v
The Burns rooster should spread
will not be so heavy this year as his wings in immitation of the great I capital stock at the rate of $30.000 branded C a on left shoulder; one
last but the quality of our wild hay American Eagle and his voice be i a mile. Colonel T. Egenton Hogg bay mare, star in forehead, branded |
; has been, from the beginning, one C' a on left shoulder; one sorrel
is improving very much.
heard through the length and of the prime movers in the enter-; horse about 14 or 14$ hands high,
—D ied —This morning, between breadth ot Harney valley.
1 prise. He was largely instrunient- blazed face, all four .feet white,
the hours of three and four o’clock,
I've heard Burns is threatened ) al in obtaining the land grant 850,-
at his home in Burns, J. T. Silman with a savings bank, so save up
on left shoulder and
The particulars of his sickness and your dimes ready to deposit.
death we haven’t learned,but in our
next issue will give full account
also a rending club. Let U3 have ¡the Willamette Valley and Cas had on a halter muzzle. A liberal
—Arrived in Burns yesterday singing, with this purpose in view, cade Mountain Wagon Road Coni- reward will be paid bv the under
afternoon, on a visit to Mr. and Mrs immediately after Sunday school j pany, who gave the Willamette signed for their return to Burns, or
<). 1). Rusk. Mr. and Mrs. Cloud next Sunday the 26th inst.
Valley & Coast Railroad Company information given whereby they
and their daughter. The former
the right to become owner of the may be recovered.
R eporter .
the moth r and step father of Mrs.
lands on payment of $600,000.
busk, and the later her half sister.
This payment has never been made
For Over Fifty Yearn.
—A difficulty occured, yesterday Fur T he H erald .
although a tender has been made. A n O ld and W ill -T hird R emedy . — Mrs
I was present, last Wednesday Thè Oregon Pacific Railroad Com WI dp I ow ’ b Soothing syrup bus I ven used for
afternoon, in the saloon known as
fifty xears by milliuuBof mother* for their
Tex’s Resort, between 1' F. Stenger evening, contributing as well as pany owns more than seven-eights over
children while teething, with perfect miccet»*
It b »othea the child, softens the gunuc. alla'H
and James Kennedy, in which the listening to the most enormous—if of the capital stock of the Willam a'l
pain, cures wind colic, and in the beat rem
for Diarrhetpa. In pleasant to the taste
former received a broken skull,
by DruggiBiB in every part of the world.
from a beer bottle in the hands of not interesting—fibs, it has been pany The 140 miles of railroad Sold
Twenty-five < enta a bottle. 11 h value is incalcu
my privilege to hear for some time. i now in operation was built hv the lable Be sure and auk for MrB Winslow's
Soothing Syrup, ami take no other kind.
—Every thing in the hardware One party present declared he had Pacific Construction Company, it is
(’< 11 mu inpti«.n Cureb.
line, received at Geer’s last week seen, in Missouri, weeds grow so I understood.
A old ph) sician, retired from practice, hav
ing had pla ed in bis bands by an East holla
Granite ware. Machine oil, Meehan large it was necessary to split them
Missionary the formula of a simple vegetable
A Slight Mihunderatantling.
remedy for the speedy and permanent ( lire of
ics tools. Mowing machines, all for fence posts. Another had seen
(on sumption, Brone hills. Catarrh. Asthma and
It is almost an affliction to be deaf;
kinds of harvesting tools, cheaper
Throat ami Lung affections. as.» a positive
in the same country, hemp stalks anyhow, it is a little embarrassing all
ami radi( al cure for Nervous Debility ami all
than dirt, for cash
Nervous Complaints, after bavii g tested its
curauve powers in ibonsandN of
—Stockmen can now get honest grow 30 feet high. Another said it at times. A certain city editor went < wonderful
asea. has felt it hiB ciuty to make it known to
hi» fellow Puttering fellows. Actuated by this
weights by shipping or selling stock
motive and a desire to relieve human suffering
at Huntington. The O. C. Co. hav farmers of south Missouri and Kan ning, where the home was blessed I u ill Head, free of charge, to all who desir«* it,
a new baby. Accompanied by this recipe, in German, French, or Euglisb,
ing just completed oneof Fairbanks sas to make their winter’s fire wood with
with full directions for useii.g
sent by mail
girl, he met the hostess at addrvHFing
with sianip. naming thia paper
Stock Scales, and arranged a large of castor bean stalks and sunflow
the door. and. after the usual salu
corral for the purpose
Certified ers, the sunflower stalks frequently tation, asked after the baby's health. N Y
growing to the immense size of six The lady, who was quite deaf, and
—Knapper, who formerly be
Hardin A Riley, rattle branded Von left aide.
longed to ex-Senator Hamilton, of or eight inches in diameter Then he was asking anout her cold, and Horae brand T left side, p u. Burns, Oregon
Grant county, was second in a | the editor of T he H erald , chang told him, though she usually had J.
Foley, rattle brand = on right aide.
mile dash, at Hawthorne Park. ing the nature ®f the stories, re one everv fall, this was the worst Dorse brand — on left shoulder.
Williams A Williams, cattle brand < B on left
Chicago, recently. The winner got marked that his old cat (Blinky one she ever had; it kept her awake hip.
Dorse biaud. |1 on right stifle. I*. O. Riley.
there in 1:15. and knapper was on
Dorses branded )•( on left stifle. < at tie brand
nights a good deal at first, and con
fore, a blue racer snake, 5 feet in fined her to her bed. Then, notic ed ) ( on left hip. .Marion Bunvard, P<> Burns
ly a neck behind.—Eagle.
Cattle diamond on left hip; homes <‘V on left
—Parties, living where hay will length, the snake not yet dead, ing that the scribe was getting pale sh«.tilder. Charles H Voegtley. Burna Oregon.
bean object the coming winter, and turned it loose in the house for her and nervous, she said she could tell
own stock, adjacent to our county, kittens to play with. Just then a hv his looks that he was going to
I who have to by hay. should visit
Notice I b herebv given that on the l«th day of
our section immediately, and make stepped up and said, gentleman him to go and sit down. The paper Mt)
1*91. I apjtuintei the following named per
arrangements for wintering their that’s no snake story; I can tell was out as usual that week, hut sona deputy Stuck Inapectoraof Darnev county
John Bridge, of Uraue Creek; Harrison Sea
I stock, which can Be done here very
ward of Diamond; VS M. Doga*1 of Silver Creek
a fact. A short time since my un about babies.—Ex.
F. <». Blume of Emigrant ( reek; George Mor
cle, with his family, left town one
Thox. G. DoDfMiN,
—We visited the ranch of our old ‘ Mondav morning, to rusticate a few
Poultney Bigelow, who was a
Stock Inspector of Harney county.
friend, Chas. Ziegler, yesterday af days and did not discover until schoolmate of the German Emper
ice to < 'red 11 orh.
| ternoon. His grain is fine, his hay when stopping for lunch, that the or. will contribute an article to the In the matter of Swans & .Miliei, insolvent
excellent, and the same can be baby’s rattle hand been forgotten. Midsummer (August) Number of Debtors.
To whom it miv concern The undersigned
gives notice that on the ...dday of .May,
?aid of his garden. To the doubt- The baby did the one thing all The Century on the first three years hereby
1W1, Swarts Ac Miller, insolvent deMora, of Her
I ful. who doubt the future prosper babies do, similarly situated, set up of the Emperor's reign—the third ney f onnty, State of Oregon, made, executed
and delivered to the undersigned their certain
ity of Harney valley, we say, visit a squall, which convinced the fa anniversary of his ascent to the deed
of assignment, con vey ing all their pr<»p
both real and personal in trust, for the
I ’he farm of Mr. Z., and see what in ther that the only thing to do to throne having taken place on the erty,
benefit of their creditors. Now, therefore, all
dustry and good management, can keep peace in the family, was to go 15th day June. Mr. Bigelow be- such creditors and others interested in raid
estate are hereby notified to present their
back to town and get the missing lieves that “since Frederick the claims and demands again«’ said «-s ate. |»rop
erly verified, as by law required, at the office of
—T he Ochoco Review gives an peace link—the rattle. This he de
undersigned, in Baker ( Ity, Oregon, with
in three months from the publication hereof
account of another shooting affrav termined to do. A rattlesnake be derstood his business like this
Dated June 1». i"Ui.
C W J a was. Assignee.
| in Prineville. It occured in Linn ing in the immediate vicinity, hear peror,’’ and in this article he gives
"node saloon, on the night of the
power of William II. with his peo F inal proof :
14th inst. J. G. Stewart, of Cali the conversatoin knowing the cause ple. and incidentally contridutes LAND OFFICE AT BURNS, OREGON, JULY
fornia. shot C. M Carleton, with a come from its hiding place and very
many facts regarding his life.
Notice is herebv given that the following
l'>s caliber. Smith A* Wesson, revol- calmly, peaceably and without
named settler has filed notice of his intention
This number of The Century will to make final proof in support of his claim and
fvr, the ball striking the breast ostentation, back* d up to the child,
especially rich in illustrated ar that said nrooi will be made before the Regis
'"'ue. following around the left side. putting it* tai! into the little one s ticles and comp'.-te stories, and the ter and Receiver, at Burna, Oregon, on August
J dging in the shoulder. The lap and allowing it to play with its illustrations of Mr Bigelow’s paper la 1W1. visHilliavn l>. Huchansn.
Pre. D^ No 3i>4. for the Elf of
of j*ec 9,
pound is not dangerous Stewart rattles until the father returned.
•*. B 32, E W M
I didn’t wait to learn if his un will include a number of views of Tp He 22 names
the following witnesses to prove
*** arrest 1 and at the hearing lie-
the palaces at Berlin and Potodam, bis conrir u«>ns residence upon and » nltivation
ore the Justice was held to an- cle murdered the creature—we mean and engraved portraits of the Em of, said ¡and, vic Charles K- per. Kru!>en < ¡ay
pool. Thou Putter and Tb*xi Vickers, all of
per in the sum of $300. Bonds
peror and Empress will form a Harney, Of egun.
Pere furnished before Stewart left
J. B H untington , Register.
How’s T hat ?
Fhe court room