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THE GRAHT CQUHT HEWS,
October 10, J SO 0.
Kinnm I. .Morris tnkcn to tlic
asylum from Washington county
is crazy from the tlinuulit tlmt her
relatives nro nil nguinst her, nnd
tlmt there arc serpents about her.'
Slie ocl;c to keep on tlif friendly
(.i-ii- nf tin .1. vii v setting niil
for him v!frttiy Jf foul, N
The hiii-.e of if'piwiitiiti'vf'i Im
nt lust dupo!! of !i very old clniin
t hn In been before kuiiivss fur
nm'iy J'r for llio relief uf
Wilfinm J. Martin, a pionoer of
tin stutu of Oregon, who in INI!)
f iit iiiffliod n tin: nber of mttle to the
military jot at Fort Hull, I'tHh,
Intt f ni feu to jet n balance of about
7u.'0 due linn on his contract.
The United States contains
about one-twentieth of tho world's
population, but it consumes 28 per
cent, of the world's crop of sugar.
!J0 percent, of the world's pro
duction of collet?, nearly one-tlilrd
of the world' production of iron,
about ono-third of tho world's steel
nud copper, and more than n
quarter of the world's cotton and
nr, SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT:
Of the county clerk of (Irnnt county, htnto of Oregon, showing tho Amount
and number of cliiium allowed by the county court of said county, for
wlmt allowed, amount, of warrants drawn mid amount of war
rants outstanding and unpaid, from tho 1st day of April
1890, to the illst day of September 1800, both inclusive:
Date: Allowed at tho M iy July and fv-pt. terms of county court and
Forlombor term of circuit court.
"N " It T ACC'T AM.Olvri). All 't ' IMM 1 UOWI'I'. WAIIIlASTS PRAWN'
COFFIN & M9FARLAND.
roads and bridges
Hi cull court
r'cord.) Hhlioair-, tiriittihu. Ati1. ' .
com t house, ninl jml M'pr.awd fflt'p
bounty on wild auimds
kuttiiiintuu tun! public iontrit tftwt
janitor nud watchman
district attorn t-
(Irani county vh Lake county
Total amount claims allowed ("")
Total pmount claims drawn
AMOUNT 01' 0UTSr,MIN'0'tt'AIIIlASTH UNPAID
Outstanding unpaid county WAt ranis on
tho .'UHt day of September 181)0.
F.itimuted interest accrued llicioon
United Stntoa to give
iiilicaut little Contra!
republic (iiiutomahi a shaking up
on account of the killing of (Jen.
Jiiirrundiu on u vessel carrying our
flag would cheer nu elephant into
making ait assault upon u mouse.
Tho United States is too great a
country to play tho "bully" with
its small neighbors.
In ono copy of u New York
paper wo read of a man who at.
tempted suicide and explained his
net by saying that he was hungry
and wanted to dio, and of a .Now
York woman who gave a small
dinner nt Newport, the cost of
which wiv? 810,000. Such con
trasts as those are always iiti
prossivo and in tho hands of those
wlu) choose to make capital out of
them are apt to be irritating.
The llev. l)r Talmage be
Moves that people now living will
be able to make a trip from the
United States to Jerusalem with
out crossing tho ocean, lie re
ferred to tho nroposed railroad
which is to cross Jicluing Straits
on a bridge thirty miles long.
If any of our readers are thinl iug
of making a trip to the Holy Land
we sliouhi not advise them to wait
for the completion of the 1 'cluing
Tho fact that (ienoa proposes
getting up an opposition Columbus
exposition in 1 Hilli hns stirred our
Chicago cousins to action at last.
The news came over the water that
the South American republics
rather favored tho (iuuoa idea,
and the fact became appaieut for
tho lirst time that Chris, discovcicd
thoir half of the continent in a
general way along with the United
States territory. It is a relief to
know that our Chicago triends
have linally been aroused. Com
petition is the life of trade.
l.r, :t tfi
1 1 r,ii
i.i no n;
Wc hare received ti.nl opened a well sclevled slock
or flails' Famishi iJ C nds. Mils. Hints, SUnrx, Ulan-
Yf'-Wkvls, On Mm, lardwttrc, Crockery, (Hasitv.trc Etc.
1 .MM. I ii
i;i:tn.M ..13a,, Fa urn and Slat.ie (irnccrics, Provisions ana
tt I'ltllttisorlnuuil of I'ttlcnl Mrdicincs. Notions, Etc.
rji co i
1 J7 so
Total luiioiintof unpaid county woirranb
STATU Or OHI'.UON,
CofNTV or (JiaST, J
I, Clt'orfjo Siioarcr, county clurk of tho county
of Grant, slate of Oregon, do hnruby certify that tlio foregoing is a true
and corroct ntnteinutof tin' nnuiln'rand ftinount of claims allowed by the
county court of mdil county, fornix inontliH ending on the 31st day of
Sopt. , 1890, on what account the sumo wore nlluwed, and tho amount of
w.irrautu drawn, and tlio amount of warrants outstanding and unpaid as
tlio same appear upon thu i coords of my oilico and in my ofliciul custody.
Witness mv hand and tho Seal of the county court of add county
this 1st day ol Octolicr A. 1. 1)0.
C5KO. SlIKAHIJIt, Couniy Cloik.
SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT: .,
Of tho amount of money and warrants received for taxoM, and money paid
to tho county treasurer by tlio Sheriff of Grant comity, Oregon, fur tlio
six months onding on tlio !10 day of Kept , A. D. 1800.
to amount iiixi:ivi:i) ni'iii.No Tin: months or
In coin and currency
Apr f 7,(i3fi.-ir.
.Inly $ 7fiC39
Aug I 1(57.75
Sopt 8 735.00
In Uouiitv W'nrmnU,
f I '2,02(1.35
To Grand Total Keceiviil
15V AMOUNTS PAID DUltlNG
To County Treasurer,
Apr May Juno
81(5,1 lfi.-l I $8,151.1:1 (0:i7.0()
Sum talalpaid county tioasurcr
Amount on hand
STATIC OF Oltl'XiON,
Count v or Giiant,
T1IH MONTHS OF:
? 1117.75 97JI5.00
, f 28,(18:1.83.
. ... :i:i5.25
I, O. 1. Orcsup. Slieriffnf said county, do hereby
coitify tlmt the foregoing stateiuent is correct and true.
Witnusi my band tills Ut day of OctoW A. I). 1800.
O. P. Ol
HlvSAP, SberilVof Grant County.
SOUTH WOUTH, Deputy SherilF.
Of tlio county trcaHiirer of Grant county, Oregon, for the Hix mouths e
ing on tho ItOib day of Suptoutber, A. I). 1800, of monoy reeoiwd
and paid out, from whom received and from wbatnourco
and on what account paid out:
niOM WHAT lOKNKUU.
ioruci: ttix- v ni
To what amount on hand
from last renoil
To nm't icc'd fiom nhcriir Taxes
T,i nm't roe'il from iiedlrs liceniio
The Milwaukee Sentinel thinks
that it is a little unreasonable to
evpect the average man to keep
track of all hi family relations.
There are gunealogical cranks who
ilo this, who keep a couiplute re
cord of all blood and marriage
lies, who have family trees with
branches running off' into tho re
motest connections to that they
can toll in a moment nil about
their brothers-inlaw both lirst and
kccoikI hand and all that. Hut
most men are too busy looking
after their immediate personal af
fairs to devote any tune to this
Bort of thing.
Kvory person admires courage
mid in some form or other in tliu
live of every ono this desirable
(inalitv is oxhibitcd in soino do-
cree. No class of nconlo exhibit i
courage of a better quality or to a
greater degree than those hardy
anil honest men nnd women who
are the poineers of civilization in
n now country. They must leave
their homes nnd loved ones for un
certainties of life in a now. land.
When they know that it mtut bo
years before tho luxuries, or per
haps many of the comforts of civ
ilization can reach them. They
have no society and perhaps al
most no neighbors. Day by day
and week by week by hard work
the littlo clearing around thoir
cabin grows larger but tho change
from wilderness to cultivated farm
is very slow and privations and
discomforts r.ro many before the
railroad and tho town come close
nnd make the farm hinds of great i
value as additions to the growing j
city and the owner, a man of
" J P
stnto treat nub ol fund
clurk Tiial feus
' altys fooi
1 1 ATI". 1800. I
AMOUNT I'AIll OUT.
llv ain'ts paid out on Co. wiuranm
"' " " " Hchool Supt's!
lly balancefund on hand
" " Ncbool fund on hand
A int paid Stuto Ti easnror
Iliirimy Co. warrants on hand
858,050.28 81 1,700.81!
'(IKK I. KIINI).SCII00L rUNI).
8 1 1,1 1-1.20
STATU OF GltKGON,
P.t1K t V fit-' f.UAVT
I, N. 11. Holey, do bcroby cortify that tho
foiogoing is n tine and correct ntatoiuent of tho" amounts roceivod, paid out
and remaining on baud, In the county ticasuiy of said county for the six
months onding on tho 3Uth day of Koptomlwr, A. P. 1890.
Witness mv hand this 30th d iy of Sept., A. D. 1800.
N. 11. HOLUY, County Trcasmjcr.
" II" ANNUAL SUMMARY STATEMENT '"'
Of tho Financial Coudit on of tho County of Grant, in tlio State of Oregon,
on the 30th day of Scptombor A. I). 1800.
Dale Sept. 30, 1890.
To warrants drawn on the county treasurer, and outstanding
and unpaid n'J r"or
To psliumtod amount of interest accruuil thoroon u.uiii.b.i
Total Liabilities $74,110.17
Dato 1690. ,, .
lly funds in hands of County Treasury applicable to tho pay-
moutof county warrants V,r'or
lly funds in bunds of shorilV ':i
lly ostimated unpaid curront taxos applicable lo p.iym t co war ills jj,6W.00
Harnuy county warrants on imnii
l'ublh ri.li iiiinut Solielli il
ni:uvjn josw, riuaT.
V, It. IllillOl, TIIKA&
(IncoroniUsl. Paid up Capital Stock 82.1,000.00.)
MORROW COUNTY LAND & TRUST CO.
This is fliii' Miiii'lcrs; Come to Hcppiier mil Sse Us!
Commission and Forwarding slgcnls. Cash ad
vanced on Wool Cori'si$nmcnls for J SOL Wholesale
Armour's racking House Products.
.Shipping direct from Kansas City in car lots wc
arc prepared lo furnish, interior merchants with JIams,
llucon and Lard, at the lowest tvholcsala rices, sarin
shippers freight from Fortland to lleppner. Wc sell the
M. C. L. & T. Co.
T. E, FELL, Manager.
1890 FALL AND WINTER ANNOUNCEMENT
We are now daily receiving a full
line of Fall and Winter goods, in all
branches, for the Rancher, Stock
man, Miner and City Trade, and it
will pay you well to call on us to
purchase your supplies, as we have
an abundance of goods for one and
all, at prices that defy competition.
We want your trade, and will guar
antee you "The Lowest, Cash Going
Prices" in return for the same.
M. DURKHEIMER & BRO.
Prairie Vily - - Oregon.
V O OtM) O OO O OOO O ttf OO OOOO Q-O fKt o oo o o o o o o o o oo a o O CM oo
Sucte itor to U.i-ili .It A. JliilJrUl.
Canyon City - - - Oregon.
Constantly on hand a fall assortment of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hoots ft Shoes, Groceries,
Etc., Etc., Etc-, at Hcasonablc Prices.
i). a. ovi:ituoir.
H. BLACKMAN & CO.
Z lleppner, Or. T
i . j
A l.irgo Assortment at rx)woit I'riccs. (!ools Sold at Ilodrook Prices.
Trade f Crant County .Solicited, and Special Inducements OU'ered.
LARGEST ESTABLISHMENT IN EASTERN' OR.
. P. CREBAP,
STATIONER V. HOOKS, SCHOOL SUPPLIES,
SILVEJt ft FANCY WAJiES.
OrocorioH, Flour, Tobaccos, Cigars, and ono hundred and ono other
varieties, cheap for cash, at
The Old Stand, Canyon City.
Yon can save Money at i vory turn. Our new Fall Stock of Dry Qoodi
Clothing, Fancy Uoad,'&c lnvo'nnivcd. We havo Ladies' plush
Jackets and Cloaks 3f the Litest patterns an 1 styles. Fine hoavy
winter drew) gods at lower prices than ever boforo seen in Oregon.
Just received, n Inryo lot of Heed ltye, to bo sold in lo:i lots (ft els
per lb for caiili.
We Want Par! of Yonr Trade.
lleppner ityonr nearest, bent nnd choapest trading and shipping pcint.
You should stait ia coming thin way at once. No uso to wnit.ns by no
doing you lose money cyeiy trip. Our Klegant Two Story Urick Sloro is
Completed and wo have it 'filled lo oveillowing, with all kinds of
Suited to the wants of Kaslorn Oregon Iradn
Wc Aim lo Keep a Very complete Assortment.
Your orders oan bo filled for nny kind of Goods needed on a Farm or
Stock Hanch, without leaving our Store, nt pricoH low enough to compete
with nny other market in Oregon.
Dry Uoodti, Clotliing, Hoots, Shoos, Trunks Vnlisos, Hals,
Caps, Ciupotn, Crockery, Wall Toper.
flrocorios, I lard wn re, 'Jewel" Cook Stoves and ltnngcs,
Tinware, Piiinls, Oiln, OIiihw, Wool Saekn, '1 wine. .
Lime, Sulphur, English Cement, Harlx d Wire, Dlstcksmith
Coal, San Ji.so California Smllles, Hilts . Spurs, Teanut Hnggy
Harness, Soiling Machineo, Clocks, Watches, Chunpion Hoapcrs
nnd Mowcrn, llorso Hakos, Plows, Harrows.
THE : CELEBRATED ! MITCHELL WAGON
Gives belter sitiHlaction for rough mountain distriotn than any olhor kind
in ue. Full lino alwnyH in stock; abo Hacks and Buckboards.
Ill orfler In in criam our trade we make llm llowinioffiir
Good tLXXtll Jvii. 1st. lOOl, (OrUUr II We ice lit).
livery purchaser who buys Twcnly-Fivo DolIarH worth (-C.00) at retoil,
ol Diy (ioodn, Clothing, HooU and SIiooh, Hats and Caps, Fancy Goods,
(outs' Furnitdiitig Goods, lite, nt our Store, will bo piosontcd whon tho
goodh nro paid for with an Klogant Hound Volume, of over it!i0 pagos, in
cluding Of. to 100 FINK FULL l'AGH STliliL HNC.ItAVINGS. Wo hnva
four dilTeront Htylos of Hooks, oath woitli at retail SI. 00. Smnll ordont by
muil on nbovo goods will count towards tlio total amount needed. KVliHY
CUSTOM lilt GliTS A PlUiSKNT. Wo guarantee satisfaction in goods
and prices, g !&" These books nro too heavy to send by moil, ns lliey
weigh Heveii pounds each.
CHEST PRICE Paid for Sheen Pelts Will ship
Consignments of Pelts to Ciirihty & Wine, or Allen A: Lewis.
Mail orders carofully attended to. Give us a trial anil call nt our Btort
when you como to lleppner. Youra Truly.
COFFIN & McFARLAND. (Hoppner).
J lines S) Ma son.
Canyon City, Oregon
Keep constantly on hnnd
and for Kile, hoiisksiiokh,
fitted and unfitted, also
iidiimk n mi h, nto.v, sri:i:i.f
i OAI , M 1II1KI KTItKKS, NKl'IC
YOKKS, Wlin:t.S, HI'ltlNOS,
( AIllll Mil. 1IOI.TH, I'IC'K IIA.N
DI.KS, SI.KIXIK IIANDNKS,
HiKixiKsnnd wkdoks, tiub
i iion, lite., lite.
r-sT A F1HST CLASS WAGON SHOP AT KAMli STAND JRS
Carriages. B aggies ft Backboards Made lo Order.
t& ICe tHoitalilc Discount Tor Cash -JTJ
JAMES Sl JONES.
rPhe Oily Jirug Store.
Keep coiihtnntlv on hand a complcto slock of
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS
Patent Medicines, Toilot Articlos, Perfumes, Soaps, Powder, Puffs,
Combs, Tooth Nail, Clothes nnd Ilur Hruslirs, Druggist's Sun
dries, Lamps, Lamp Oils, Glass, Putty, Chinoys, nnd
ami everything to bo found in a lirst
class Drug Stoic.
Nothing but Pure, Fresh Drugs Dispensed.
Onlors from n distance will receive prompt attention. Prescriptions nspecialtj
HA K lilt OITY, OltEQON
Haptnnstall Dart & Cp
JAPTONSTALL ft DART,
JOHN DAY, GRANT CO,, OREGON.
Have now received the largest nud most complete atock of new goods in
Grant Ceunty, which they will offer for lale at prlcci that defy competition