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who buys 11 00 worth of materials,
—The tiwn is fast filling up wit ' —The hunters, we reported in
instruction given free
the race?. ' our last iff ue. treed by a bear, have (
sporting men to take in
returned, thev got in yesterday.
—The old gentleman Hawkins is They slaughtered numerous fish
ciwl-MTio» or suffering with an attack of pneu and a few deer. Irwin says the
[same thing happened him when a
In the-Justice Court for Burns dis
L at E r .—As we go to press we babv. that is, understand, Jim got
trict, Stale of Oregon» Ct untv
learn that tin old man, J. B. Haw’ i his finger fastened in the muzzle of
Burns 1st. and
kins, is dying.
his gun and Geo. Stanclift had to
H enry W illiams , Plff. 1
¿e month 1
—Several freight teams came shoot it out- His finger wasn t ■ All persons not holding leases, or
mer-J hurt-but the gun barrel was bui st- j
J ohn A lexander , Deft. )
in yesterday loaded for our
not having permission first obtain-
To John Alexander, the above
and 5 P-
ed. Irwin caught a fish so large! ed, are warned against entering
he reserv» d
that it came very near pulling him |
nanie of the sta'e of Ore
. .. I upon, cutting hay on
—Johnny Huffman, a typo, late
are hereby required to
R ev . G ibson .
the meadow or other lands of the
of the Lake Countv ‘"Rustler” is
before the under
here visiting his aunt Mrs. Britten hind a tree which forked near the Willamette \ alley and Cascade signed, a Justice of the Peace for
Mountain Wagon Road Company. the d strict aforsaid, at the oilice of
—Mrs. James Branon is very ill, root, his fishing n d resting in the
Anv one neglecting or refusing such justice, in such district, on tLe
so we understand, bu» we have not fork of the tree, the fish was hook compliance with this notice, will 29lh day of August. 1895, at 10
ed and was off like a sky rocket, , be dealt with according to law.
o’clock in the forenoon of said dav.
—Latest style of ladies hats at learned the nature of her illness.
W illiams , W ood * L inthicum
io answer the above named plaintiff
—L R. Mehaffy, who a short
in a civil action.
and astonished, did not think to let
lime since moved artist Boyle to
And you will take notice that if
-There *’•*' be • ,l“Dce *“ Locber’S
Prineville has returned. He re drawn throlugh theforks of the tree,
1 have two littie grand children you fail so to appear and answer or
ll,ll on Align*1 s,)
ports Prineville as slow and dull as in a twin«Jiug, to his feet.they were who are teething this hot summer otherwise plead to plaintiff s com
—A. A- Cowing is improving.
weather and are troubled with plaint for want thereof plaintiff wil'.
our own town.
his salvation. Commentis unneces bowel complaint.
I give them take judgment against you for the
-Jas. M»hon was in to n the
—Jim Moore says the sage hens, sary Irwin’s friends all of them Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and sum of $65 and costs and disburse
))a’tw part <f last week.
and ‘ roosters” are so plentiful, and have*seen his feet. He remained Diarrhoea Remedy and it acts like ments of this action
W C B yri >,
-Mr Wickliffe is in Burns this tame, on the road from here to in that position until rescued by a charm. I earnestly recommend
Justice of the Peace.
) week on legal business.
it for children with bowel troubles.
Baker City, that they run into Geo Stanclift, the same who re
You will also take notice that the-
I was myself taken with a severe
—We see an account of a squash camp and all you have to do is to leas cl them from their perilous sit-; attack of bloody flux, with cramps service of this summons upon you
i and pains in my stomach,one-third bv publication is made by order of
grown in Hawaii large enough to ki ock them over and prepare them nation when treed by the bear.
| of a, bottle ot this remedy cured me. W. C. Byrd, the justice of th«' p* at e
for the frying pan.
make 900 pi s. .
— At Cleveland, Ohio, the ditnocinf* Within twenLv-fonr hours I was of the above entitled c<»ur‘. in the
—The school directors of Burns
—Haying in this countv is about
Hplit ovei the silver question, but silver out of bed and doing my house E ast O regon H erald for six con
over. The crop, though imt a fu 1 d strict , xpect to have the new has largely the majority
work. Mrs. W. L. Dunagan, Bon- secutive weeks, weekly, seven inser
For tions, and that said order js dated
aqua, Hickman Co., Tenn,
one, isbetti tnan fexpeciu'
—O is Patterson, editor of the Hep
the 23d day of July,*1895.
for the commencement of our fall
sale by II. M. Horton.
pner Gazette accompanied, by W. B.
-Win WtLon. with his family
G eo . W. H ayes .
Parties in the Robbins are he>e this week.
residing n-ar Hr wsey, are in Burn- term of school
Atty, for plff.
country desiring to winter here
—R J. and and N. T Baker, of Sil
and vicinity vi-iting f iends.
and send their children to school, ver Creek, desire to let 3000 head of
—Geo. Moore of Diamond and will find houses to rent here on easy sheep on the shares, 2500 ewt s and the’ Notice is hereby given that hv virtue
of a warrant issued out of the County
family are vi-iting friends in
balance lambs. Parties wanting an in- Court of Oregon, tor Harnev conntv.
Notice is hereby given that sealed
ve-tnient of the kind can go and see the commanding me to collect delinquent
will be received at the
—Patrick Mulcare of Canyon is gentlemen at their home on Silver Cieek taxes for the year ISO'!, bv lew and sale
of the propertv of said delinquents and
—N. Brown is having the old
otlice of thg county clerk of Harney
is in town and brings the news of or address them at Riley P 0.
io me directed and delivered, I did. on
black smith building, on the corner
three prisoners' digging out of the
—The smoky condition of the atmos tie 30th d iy of April 1895 levy upon county, Ore , for the keeping of rhe
and will »ell at public auction to the
above the Tex Resort Saloon.
Canyon City jail a few davs since, pliete proves conc'u»ively the existence h'srhest bidder for cash :n bund on county poor of this county, begin
Sheriff Combs succ *eded in eaptur I 1 of extensive fires in the mountains, and Thursday, September 26. 1805. at 10 ning S pt 7. 1885, and ending Sept
that linnteis. campers, etc., are »till o’clock A M of said dev. at fhe con it 7, 1896, said bids to be opened by
—Surveyor J H Neal
■ noose door in Bums. Harney county,
ing the prisoners. One is charged
c*reless, and leave camp, irregardless Oregon,
_ ... the fo'low ing described real thv court Sept. 4, 1895. at 10 o’clock
or will be, in a short time surepv
with hoise stealing, anothi r with of the fi>e and the damage likely to ac proper! v, to-wi : The SE1^ of Sec. 16,
ing the re.*ed ■ 1 g ivernment lindsj
a m, of said dav. the court reserv
n Tp 25. S R 31 E W
stabbing an individual, the third crue fioin such carelessness.
on Mulhu *r L tk«*.
together with the tenement», heredita ing the right to reject any ami all
we di 1 not learn the offense
—We see in an exchange that a young ments and nppur'enances thereunto be bids.
C E K enyon .
— We are notified that the fare
longing, eitiiuted in Harney county,
of Pendleton swore out a warrant
— ?. F. Stenger and daughter
on the 0 B. stage line will be
for the arrest of her father for assault
Taken and levied upon ns the proper
Bessie and Mrs. May Morrison left
m«i battery. The <*T«I man kicked her ty of. 1,d>n B. Embreit. to satisfy the
rais <1 Sept 1st. to $7 50 one wav
here yesterday morning for Baker beau out of the house and the girl don’t sum < f sixteen and 65-100 dollars taxes Don’t Tolmueo pit or Smoke Your
and ‘15 the round trip
Citv. Mr Stenger will return in propose standing such treatment of her and the sum of six and 50-100 costs, to
gether with costs and accruing ■ o»’s
—.1. m s P Kidd, recently of about ten days, Bessie will remain fellows by her father.
Given under mv hand this 19th day is the truthful, startling title of a
of Angitst, 1895
book about No-To-Bac, the hartn-
Billin' nd Valley this county, is in school at the St. Francis Acgde
—It is stated that the Jackson Hole
A. G ittingh ,
ess, guaranteed tobacco habit cure
n ov living in lluuti gton and con my during the coming term . Mrs -ettlers, who is an iposed to have par
Sheriff < f Harney county, Oregon.
braces up nicotinized nerves,
dueling a photograph gallery.
Morrison will remain in Baker, so
eliminates the nicotine poison,
Indians, will be arrested and tried for
—Plea Cheoy, of Silver Creek,' we understand, but we are not ap the offense. This is ail tigli', we sup- I
makes weak men gain stiength,
vigor and manhood. You run no
wh understand, met with
an acci j prised of the length of her stay in pose, hut we think it a veiy poor « bite '
»hysical or financial risk, as No-To-
dent leu or twelve davs since. He that city or for what purpose.
of a wurrnt issued out of the County Bac is sold by druggists every where
was thrown from a h irse and bad
Court of Oregon, for Harney county,
— Crazy John Parker is again
under a guarantee to cure or money
—On the 15th of this month a veiy commanding me to collect delinquent
ly brui'ed, hut no hones broken.
at home. We believe this is the destiactive fire occurred at Baker City,
—Under a barn, in Lane countv, fourth time he has escaped from resulting in the total destruction of ilie of the property of said delinquents and Sterling Remedy Co , New York or
. to me directed ar.d delivered, I did, on
was found recently a hen’snest con the asylum at Salem and made his O. R, & N. depot buildings, Heilner’u I the 30th day of April, 1895. levy upon Chicago.
H. M. Horton, Burns.
tabling 1042 eggs. One half of
waielmnse and nine freight eats
The D and will sell at public auction to the
way home on foot. It is a little
| highest bidder for cash in hand, on
fire stait <1 in the depot and is snppo-ed
the eggs were good. The barnun-j
September 26, 1895, at 10
singular after escaping one time, to have b**en caused bv the explosion of i o rimrsday,
’clock A' M. of'said dav
der which the nest was found was
at the court
_________ | house floor in __
____ . Harney county, Beware of Ointments for Catarrh *
that his keepers were not more a can of coal oil. ' The loss is estimated
built five years ago.
at 175.000 mostlv by the railroad comp«- 1 Gtegon, the lollowing
J «lescribed real
that contain Mercnry,
vigilant, than to allow a repetition,
property, to-wit: The
Tlie I SEJ^ of Sec. 16,
— A new post otlice is expected
' P 25, S —
R 31, _.
E W. M Oregon, to
but it is still more singular that
as mercury will surely destroy the
to lie l>cat"d in a short time on the,
—The settleis in the Happy and Dia gether with the tenements, heredita
they have been so negligent as to
sense of rmell and completely de
mood vallies hsd quite an Indian scare ments ami appurtenances thereun'o be-
mail route hading from here toj
I'nging, situated in Harney county, Or
allow his escape the third or fourth the latter part of last »«‘ k. Quite a egon
range the whole system when en
* anvon City, at the ranche of W.,
number of Indians collected on Stein»
1 liken and levied upon as the proper tering it through the mucous sur
8. Southworth, the name to be
mountain and their camp fires seen, at
— The twice a-week World has
'* become the Thrice-a-week
World, lieing issued every Monday,
^eunesday and Friday. Notice
in this ¡.sue the ad. of the World
and that we offer the E. O. H erald
•nd Thrice a week World for the
ius price ot 42.25 a year. ThiB is
rvh and we hope our subscrilrers
•>H take advantage of the offer.
up y(,ut o|d subscription either
note or in cash and re new your
’“‘^ription to the H erald and
«oUcnbe for the World.
ty of R Embree, to satisfy the sum of
—In a letter written to Tom Dod night, by the settlers were so numerous four and 14-100 dollsrs taxes and the
as to cause some fear of nn outbreak. sum of six sod 50-100 dollars cost, to
son bv his wife, now in California The citizens collected at Mr Seaward’s gether with costs and accruing c^-ts.
The alarm only |
Given under my hand this 19th day
visiting her mother, she writes that for
prevai ed a day or two, it was a-cei- of August, 1895.
Orville Ru?k and family, who went tained the Indian* hs<1 no hostile inten
■ » >
A G ittings
hut were simply on a fishing and
Sheriff <>f Harney county, Oregon
diwn with her and her sister Mrs. tion*.
By J. M. V aughn , Deputy
Fry, expects to start back home the
—Special attention is called to the
20th of . ext month, but the two warning notice of the Road Company’s ’ piNAL PROOF
latter desire to come home sooner attorneys. Locking st the matter in a | i
I fan light n<> one can blame them for
if possible James Roussel] well | the step taken I*
" * known fact ■ LAND OFFICE AT
It ’ is ---------
July 30, UM.
,____ of '*’•*
known here, and ____________
once a resident
i i ._______
j , j i been used hih
and I ent
cut upon for yearn
_ , .
Notice is hereby given that the following
e ,,t hli J”,1“*
our town but now of California and | onl
ont c t, . mpensatiin
rnpen»»ii,n to Hieeomp.ny
This, I named settler ha. filed
to n>ak« Anal proof in support of hi. claim •
brother of Mesdatnes
»1 v* 11/.. B Bl.
1 - I .
w . ■
M i, was so unfortunate an to get ny nor to tlioee who lease its land« ' It
l.laees the latter at a di»advantage to
h’s feet badly fro« n, last winter, the extent of the amount of rent paid
bn Hd No. 27, for the 8E*4 8WU and
necessitating the amputation of his Noone will deny that the new lea«ina « and
12. Sec 7. Tp 24 d R 32 k
toes, the operation being very leim» now offered by the company aie
clumsily performed, I n * is still exceediugly liberal, an<| »ho» that the
have interests in common with
suffering very much with his feel. company
THOMAS JONES, Register.
faces. Such articles should nevtr
l»e used except on prescriptions
from reputable physicians, as the
damage they will do is tan fold to
the good you can possibly derive
from them. Hall’s Catarrh Cure,
manufactured by F. J. Cheney
Co., Toledo, O., contains no mer-
curv, and is taken int rnally, act
ing directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. In
buying Hall’. Catarrh Cure be sure
you get the genuine. It i8 taken
idternaby and is .made in Toledo,
bio, by F. J. Cheney <fc Co. Tes
fl^Sold by Druggists, price 75c.