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THUiiMT COUNTY HEWS.
Thursday, Oct. .76'.
Won! nil rll
Thu rneHihnly tky.
Vhy (fxi.tlUy uli't t.min
Kvw.1 yort.ThnuLMtig r.ibUu
l'iiw rlj.tm t th lt.if.on I t-1.
Ajtin ty, to thow old Uvo
Mniu iwnoit! Hour for shame,
Orclinrd and groves nrc loth to
pttrt with their green feline,!!.
Sinnptor folks enniiot hear the vhi
tlo of tlit) brunch niilrwul yet.
Vacant government land n juirUr
of n milu from town jrod for grazing
More now :;oods have leen unloaded
for our merchant this full than for
The noini-nnnual summary utatoiuont
hows (Irnnt county's indebtedness to
I hi ?:i9,:i83.0t.
It i not known what thu Suto tnx
will 1h-, hut it i thought it will not
exceed fi mill.
Diixl, nt Hakarsliold, Cal., Oct 3d,
18510, inf.int on of Willinm N". ,nI
Mary T. Honham.
(irnnt county' grangers would caver
theiinolvos with iotory if iui u.xhihit
of thoir agricultural iirtxluots could Ihj
.MemWs of the A. 0. U. W. will
jivo th(! usual iinnivorsnry hull in this
city on Tlmukagiving ovening, N'ovem
The Jlornw Co. I .and & Trust
Co. handles Armour's pricking house
products. Note the change in their
Tommy MeHwaii does not allow tho
interests of his stitgti lint? to sutler for
Want of attention; ho was over hurt)
.ettling up Monday.
While Hoht. ltay anil wifo wore at
Haker City their daughter Miss Lillio
capture;! tho nieaslo?, necessitating
thuir remaining there several days.
The Union Pacific ollicials are weary
of tho oft ooouring accidents on their
Jinu and have tilled tho places of tho
Chinese section hands with whito
fc'otiielKjdy will unexpectedly meet
the. ticket agent of "kingdom como" if
fast riding and timing over the puhlic
highways and bridges is not discon
tinued. Married, Sunday, Oct. 12, 1S50, at
the le.sidenco of John L. Sullivan, on
Indian creek, by County Judge (!. 1.
llazeltine, Mr. A. H. Hrway anil Mrs.
Sixty-five miles in Olio tlay is pretty
fair traveling for one team, but Mov)
Dtirkhcimer arrived here Saturday
night U-ing just aliout twelve hours
out from Hni ns, having driven only
one span of horses.
SUite Treasurer Metsehau and fam
ily wonlil have been domiciled in their
new homo at Salem ero this, only for
the fai t that about three mcmUm of
the family found it tlillicult to rid
themselvoK of tho measles.
Snow to tho depth of four inches
had fallen in the Circenhorn country
two weeks iiifo, fco wo learn from a
gentleman jtut over from there. Tho
l amp will not In deserted tho coming
winter, for a iiuiiiImu- of miners intend
pushing development work on their
Harney furniilios an assessment
roll this ytwr which shows a total tax
able proptuty of 51,107,05)0. Ijist
year her ligurea were 1,17-, ISO
Si;.r,71)(i moio than this year, biwof
stock latt w inter has lowered the lUt
of taxable property in more "cow
counties" than Harney.
Citizens of Iturus have subsciiln'tl
liUirally towartl the rebuilding of Say
oiV mill which was burned recently.
That tho lire was tho work of an in
cendiary is not doubted, tiiut Harney
county's ollicors are watching for the
fiend who menaco tho safety of the
Hamilton Shepherd hail an exami
nation before the Justice of the Peace
at long (Jreek for stealing sheep, and
was placed under louds last Sablmth,
Tuesday night ho arrived at tho coun
ty jail in default of Ijail. This speci
men of long Creek Sunday justice
gives room for another halxus corpus
A proiojtition was made to the peo
jilo of Tho Dalles lately for the start
ing of a shoo factory at that place. In
Inst week's West Shore among sketch
o of The Dalles was an illustration of
tho "II. S. .v Ii. Co." building in all
its thico-ttory grandeur. What will
txutorn people sny aUiut tho West
Short) when they visit The Dallus anil
do not tlnd tho buildings there)
l'eter Antlerson of Hnwdog creek
KtaiUtl overland to California several
days ago with ?1 1 and a couple of plug
cayusos. -Wo miss tho conl of wood
the old rooster promised to haul this
shop in liquidation of his Uiok sub
scription account, but take iiondish
delight in the thought that maybe he'll
frooza to duath in the mountains bo
fore reaching California.
Uontl Sek HroV. new "ad".
Plwiio send us your naighlwrhootl
John Schmidt In returned from
Our imnpl will not forgot tho date
of the niggendiow, oh no.
Judge Uliltiml id a lyi Nit to
thi illaliB ft few day no aiwl straiht
wny loft rtjntn for Dukcr City.
01 Millar and family foi in.vly of the
HUnli"ny alley, am iwciiyiir the
u ie i.Uiic; iu tl.ia cil.
Tho U. P. hatl U tter aUitidt.n the
Vilitinl.i l liver ilii'titi? rtw nmlc nntl
bil.l nv.tr tin llili.hi(lH bill v.
Mistt Clara Mill i lev and (!i.Hii.ik
lti! of Pmirie City en' tli gve.t.s
of Mi. anl Mi. Sols last wtt-k.
John Devino nntl tlnunty Clttk
(!race of Harney county med our
town on their leturn from ImIow.
Ono Colorntlo county has 100
luteumn wclN. New ones tlo not
decrease the How of tho old one.
There will Ihj no recount of the
state of Oregon. This in tho decis
ion rondure! by Secretary Noble
nut! ik liiKil.
Theronro four inssenger tntiiiH
hlockntletl iu the sum! near the
John Day river three wost-boutul
and one cnst-lmutut.
District Attorney Hyde arrived in
town Saturday night, and luft for
lturns by private conveyance Sunday
morning. He hatl to !' there at tho
opening of court .Monday.
The right-of-way content ln'tween
thoSuinter Valley railway company
anil Foine property ownera along tho
line will not bo legally nettled until
the December term ot' circuit court
for Baker county.
Col. Sain I Jerry of (iruttite visited
the county seat on businiMS a few days
ago Sam and (Jul nie interestetl iu
some valuable mines' ant! their many
friends hero are always glatl of any
good news regarding their prosierity.
In .Seattle tho other day in the
courtH of justice a mnn charged
with outright murder was sentenced
to three ycaro in prison, while
another was sentenced five yearH
because ho stole a small amount of
Coos county, of this state, was
named from Coo county, New
Hampshire, by Dr. Drew, formerly of
that stnto. Coos county N H., was
named from a jmisago in the Ilible,
which says, they went down to Coos,
tho land of pines."
Collin A- Mel'arland of Hoppnor have
a new "ad" in this week's Nkws. The
pictuie of their store 's a true lepre
buntation, taken from a photograph.
The firm of Collin A McFarlaiid has
U'cn tloing business for years, ami
have always Ihm'U fountl iu the loatl.
A Pendleton man has in his
posHCBbion a f .r0 gold piece, coined
in California in the "tlayH of gold"
for the nake of convenience. Hut
few of these pieces are now in ex
istence, most of them having long
niiice been converted into legal ton
tier. Tho law (inn of Hyde, JoIiiih A
Olmsted last evening received noti
fication that a bill of exceptions hatl
been allowed in the law case of
C. S. Miller vs. the lCastern Oregon
Gold Mining Company, Limited, of
London, Hnglaiid, and a new trial
ordered. Maker City Democrat.
While one trapeze prcformcr wan
holding another with his teetli
fastened into a belt at San Autouia
his molars gave way at the root;
ami his companion fell a distance
of twenty-live feet to the lloor ami
was badly injured. Hereafter
councils wiil not (HTinit such ex
hibitions unless tlie roots of the
tntHV.ist's teeth protrude through
the back of his neck and are
The poet ha mud: 'Some men nie
Wn great, some achieve gi outness,
ami some have greatness thrust upon
them." Our friend dipt. Water of
Hums evidently IxdtmgH to the latter
class if we may judge from what a
Harney county man told us the other
tlay, although this sudden onslaught of
greatness may not Is- readily appiceia
tod by Mr. Waters. This Harney
county man was traveling and met an
acquaintance. The acipiaiiitauco en
quired ufter the health of ovoiylxxly
and finally asked, "How's the Chiefl"
"Who's the Chiefl" the Harney man
asked. "Why, Capt. Waters."
"Chief of whatl" "Chief of the Har
ney Valley Fire Dpiartutent."
The Albany Democrat iH ros
lKiiisiblo for this: An Albany
woman who neither sabos or kuiii
tuxes or undorhtands our ways very
well, wants a divorce from her hus
band, not being able to supjwrt her
self from her limited income furnish
oil partly by the county, to say
nothing of her husband; so she went
to the cort house and asked one of
the ollicials for a divorce, Of couri;o
ho told her he hatl no authority to
grant a divorce; hut she insisted,
and finally getting real tired of be
ing bored, ho wrote something
irrelevant, on a paior, enclosed it
in an envelope, sealed it ami gave
it to tho woman, who rushed home,
ordered her husbuntl out of tho
house and lmiignl him around
generaly. He refused to go tho
iirst night and slept on tho lloor;
but another day with that sealed
document being slapped in his face
was too much for him and ho left
his wife at the head of tho house
ami departed for other ilukls,
Go to Sols llroV for frosh Choose.
The oldest native of Oregon is
forty-six years of age.
There is every indication that
this county abounds in coal.
Whooping cough is interfering
with the nttondnnct at thu public
schools iu Cnwk county.
Overcoats are coming into fashion
again, while watermelons aro eorres
Kiiitliiigly iK'toiuiiig H'hloin.
ll is c(iiti.itcd that fnllv l.(KH)
Peuli ylv.iiii.um Hie in the employ
of the Hinted Stales government. j
A New Vork weeding parly
bioke up in a general light beeaU5ti j
nil inlmililig guest ilisi.-tiil lixli
kifwing the bride too often. j
This warning ham's iu nn up- j
country hum nun: "iiui umn wno
touches n IniMsaw never docs so
again with the same hand."
A reunion of the delegates that
nominated Linclou in I Slid is talked
of. It is summed that no more
than a third of them survives.
Several merchant hail linely-ox-ocuted
counterfeit S-0 gold piece
presented to them on Monday iu xy
ment of purchases made, says the
Walla Walla Dniou,
The mortgage tax law will not
be reeoIed by the next legislature,
no matter what you or anylKsly
else or the Oregonian thinks a!out
it, says the Salem Statesman, an
oracle of the republican party for
Hurley ami wheat for sale at
(iiiutllaeh's. Also a lot of winter
rye which will grow seven nntl even
eight feet high if sown in the fall,
one half bushel to the acre if inten
ded for seed, but if for hay one hush
el should be sown.
The Italian committee on tho
Chicago world's fair exhibits has
been dissolved. The reason given
is that few Italian houses care to
send displays to America in the
face of the high duties imposed la
the McKinloy tariff bill.
A corresjwntlont from Hoar Val
ley, says: One woman near here
tlid not milk her cow the other
nieht because she sttxxl at the gate
with her head the wrong wav, audi
to have milked site would have
had to walk half way around the
All those yet indebted to tho linn
of Geo. Gundlach it Uro. aro hereby
reminded that on all notes and ac
counts that remain unpaid by the
'JTth i nst . action will be commenced.
This matter is no longer at our tlis
creliou and the oasictit way fo save
trouble and expense Is to settle.
Salmon U'llies, Herring and Mack
erel cheap at Sels tiros'.
Tho citizens of Steuben county,
New Vork, regardless of jwlitics,
are rallying around Miss Cora C.
Itussoll, the Iirst woman who was
ever nominated for an olllee in the
county. Miss ltusscll is a candidate
on the democratic ticket for school
commissioner, anil Steuben county
promises to tlo the gallant uutl
graceful thing by electing her by
a large majority.
A .syndicate of Englishmen anil
Americans will file a certificate of
incorporation in Chicago of an
Aerial Ship Co, with a capital of
fUO.OOO.iMX). The feasibilty of air
ships has been fully demonstrated
ami immense works will be at once
ereetetl ami thu building of air ships
ami ears begin. The Iirst ship will
be reaily inside of sixty days, ami
it is thought it will lie perfectly
controllable, ami that with it a trip
arotml the world can be made in
J. II. Kobbins has received re
turns fioui samples of ore from the
"Veneered ledge" sent to linker
City for assay. This ledge was
discovered by Tom Uobbins while
hunting, ami is located iu the
Granite creek district, two miles
from the Hull'alo mine. The ore,
which was picket! up from the sur
face of the ground assays -fLiO in
silver ami !.'!.:! iu gold to the
ton, and the find is undoubtedly
one of tho best lately made iu
Greenhorn. .1. M. Haley, Sam P.
Stumis ami others are interestetl iu
the claim, which will be actively
developed next spring. East Orego
nian. GHAND AUCTION SALU.
At tho Gundlach Storo Canyon
City, to commence November !ld, at
1 o clock P. M., and to last until
everything about the storo is sold.
Clotliing, Dry Goods, Hnrdwaro,
Tools, Drugs, Washing Machines,
Dishes, a line lot of Lime for sheep
men, Timothy Sect!, Kitchen lUen
bHb, a lot of Spencer cartridges very
cheap. Also Klour, Harley, Wheat
and Hye, vc vc. So come one and
all, and get big bargains,
To the Delinquent Tax Payers of Orant
In accordance with tho recom
mendations of the gram! jury and
the order of tho County court to tho
Sliorill' of Grant county, to collect
all delinquent taxes, you aro hereby
notified that all delinquent taxes
must be paid an or before the 1st
day of November, 1SDU, ami that
mileage will be charged for the col
lection thereof after that date.
(). P. CllKBAl',
Sheritl' Grant County, Or,
Canyon City, Or., Oct. 7, lbl'O.
Go to the Hed Kront Hilliard
Hall, Canyon City, for fine wines,
liquors and cigars.
Largest anil most complete lino of
sicotaclo8 ami eye ghwes in East
ern Oregon, al the watchmaker's,
Washington's state Ixnrtl of
etualixalion h.ts raised Walla WrtHa
county's nssossuisut $2,0X),00;, ami
the county's taxpayers aie obliged'
to stand it.
The Pacific Hrewery's Celebrated
Heer, the best in Hostel n Oregon, is
utiiv kept constantly on t:tp at the
Hod Kront Hillinn!' llnll.
It lias been belinitely settled that
the great htir at Chicago will oen
on the 1st of .May, I JUKI, nntl contin
ue until) the lt of October, of the
Any ono with defective eyesight
can be suited witli tho right pair of
eye glasses or spectacles at the
watchmaker's at Canyon City.
Von Sai.k Good cooking and
eating apples at fifty cents a hutdicl,
at Mrs. Phillips' oreharU in Canyon
City. Also some excellent js'iirs
for cooking or eating.
Our watchmaker A. Hinch takes
pleasure iu notifying tho public that
lie just received a complete line of
siieelacles anil eye glasses.
Tliero is a movement in New
Vork to compel all wonltlbo orators
to remove their moustaches before
speaking in public. We know
some that would u,o im proven oy
at!?' from tlie enterpris
Collin V MoKarlnnd,
ing (Inn of
Ilennner. sneaks for Itself, ami It is
worth your while to read tho same.
In order to gain new trade they in
tent) presenting a line largo btnik,
which retails at f 1.00 each, to every
retail purchaser of dry goods, cloth
ing, boots anil shoes, hats etc., to the
amount of sf'Jo.tK), allowing until
,Ian. 1st to make nut the amount.
Glvo them a trial oritur, when you
sent! away for goods.
Tho school board of Canyon City
tlesires to inform the public general
ly that they will admit a limited
number of outside pupils to our pub
lie school for the small sum of lo.OO
for the entire term, for each scholar.
The school board has taken great
pain to secure a line corps of teach
ers from the east, ant! feel justified
in saying that they think they will
have ono of the very best schools iu
the county. Ity order of
Ho,Win OK DllttJlTOllS.
Kcduccd Hates to the Noith I'jcII'ic In
dustrial Exposition, September 35th
to October ijth.
For the North Pacific Industrial
Exposition to bo held at Portland,
the Union Pacific will sell tickets
from all ticket stations on rail lines
of the Pacific Division, from Sep
tember L'.'ith to October li.r)th, on
Mondays, Wednesdays nntl Fridays
at the low rate of one ami oue-lifth
faro for tho round trip, with fifty
cents added for admission to the
Call on any agent of tho Union
Pacific Svsteui for detailed informa
tion. ' T. W. LEE,
Gen'l Pass. Agent.
Reduced Kates to the Northwest Indus
trial Kx position, October mt
to October 31111
For tho Northwest Industrial Ex
twsition to bo held at Spokane Falls
the Union Pacific will sell tickets
from all ticket stations on rail lines
of the Pacific Division, from Octo
ber 1st to October !llst, on Mon
days, Wednesdays anil Fridays at
tho low rate of one and one-fifth
faro for the round trip, with fifty
cents added for admission to tho
Call on any agent of tlie Union
Pacific SvBlom'for detailed informa
tion. ' T. W. Unn,
Gon'l PaH. Agt.
l'acinc lircwcry Heer.
Notice is hereby given that I
have this tlay established an agen
cy for the sale of the Heer manufac
tured at the Pacific Hrewery, Haker
City, Or., within the county of
Grant iu Canyon City, am! that Mr.
II. Stansell is tho authorised mana
ger of salt! Dejsit. All orders from
Grant county for this celebrated
beer, either in bottles or kegs, will
lie fillet) Ity Mr. .StnnsoU.
' liKNitY Hunt.
Proprietor Pacific Hrewery, Haker
HollllCM IMihIiicmh ('OllfgU )l
Poitlaud will opon SopL 1st. J. A.
Wcsco, tho loading pcuman of the
coast, has hocoino a partner in this
school and will make it tho loading
Husiuoba College. Scud for catalogue
"Oh" sail) a girl of I I, who bad
not eon a thrown up cousin for
a your, during which time she
liotnolf had become many inches
taller, "how small you've grown!"
In an out-of tlio way corner of
a llmton graveyard stands a brown
iHjnrd showing tlie marks of age
ami uegleit. It bears the inscrip
tion: 'Sacred to tho memory of
Kbon Harvey, who departed this
life suddenly and iincvpcetedly by
a cow kicking him on tlie 1 lib of
September' 1ST,:. Well done,
thou good tiiul faithful m natit.."
While money is rather scuicc iu
thU valley everybody mciiis to be
pio-s.i ing ami eoltluitcd. There
is mi good reason fur undone need
ing tuy of the nccositien or even
comforts of life, provided they put
forth a ecrtin amount of energy.
Work is plentiful all over tlie state
ami two or (luce month's labor
outside will give a single man
enough ready money to buy pro
visions to last him for tho rust of
I lie ) ear, tim ing which time ho
can lint! no more profitable work
thnu improving his own home.
A 1'leasinc Senss.
Of health and strength renewed
and of ease anil comfort follows the
use of Syrup of Figs, as it acts in
harmony with nature to effectually
cleanse the system when costive or
bilious. For sale iu oOe. ant! "f 1 .00
bottles by all leading druggists. j
The partnership heretofore exist
ing between Miller eV. lllnes is this
tlay dissolved by mutual consent,
G C. Miller retiring. All persons
knowing themselves indebted to
saitl firm will please call uutl settle,
ami all who have accounts against
saitl firm please present them at
once G. C. Ml I.I.Kit
Hoiikut II inks. (
Canyon City, Or., Sept. U'J, LSllO.
NEW TO DAY.
JflJOTICK TO CHKD1TOHS.
In tlie County Com t of the State of
Oregon for Grant county.
In tho matter of tlie Estate of I
Samuel French, deceased.
Notice is hereby given to all whom
it way ooni'orn that 011 tho 8th day of
October A. I. 1890 tho undersigned
was by coiitiilc ration and older of
tho Hon. the County Com I of the
State of Oregon for Grant county,
duly appointed Atlmiiiistratiix of the
Estate nf Samuel Fieneli, deceased,
All pi 1. sons having jus I claims
against iaml Estate aro heinby noti
tied to cut nt the same duly unified
as by law tetpilrcd, to thu under
signed at her roiidonco, near Prairie
City, Oiegoli, or to Punish .V Co.atl
attorneys for said Estate at their
oOiooin Canyon City, Oiogon, within
six mouths fioiu the date of this
Ays J. Fiu.M'ii, AdiuinlHtiatilx.
Dated at Canyon City, Or., this
10th ilav of October, A. D. 18!)D.
lIVI I CI.'IIM I'lll.-VMII
In tlie County I'ouit of the Stale of
Oiegon for the county of Grant.
Iu the matter of tlie Estato of
A. 0. Glen, deceased. J
Notice is hereby given that l'eter
Flench, cNccutoi of tho last will mid
trstainoiit of A. G. (Hen, deceased,
lias tiled his final account as such ex
ecutor, and Hint the l ltlitlay of No
vomhvr, J.SUO, at the hour of cloven
o'clock In the forenoon, said day be
ing at a term of said county court, has
bciiii sot and appointed for the hear
ing of objections to saitl final account
and for the settlement of the Haine.
. Geo. Siiiuatut,
I hi:u.. j L'b rk of said (Join t.
', Phti:k Fiiknvii, Kxouutur.
P.muiisii X Co.ad,
U0 Attorneys for saitl Executor.
In tho County Court of the Stale of
Oregon for tlie county of Grant.
Iu tho matter of tho Estate of
Hugh J. Glen, tho younger, )
Notico is horoby given that l'eter
Ficuch, administrator of the oHtato
of Hugh J. (ilea, tho jtiunger, de
ceased, has liletl his final account
ant! ropoit as such administrator,
and that tlui 1 lilt of NovemlK'i , I MX),
at tlie hour of elovon iu'the forenoon,
said tlay Isiing at a lorin of saitl coun
ty com t, has been set and appointed
tor tho healing of objections to saitl
final account ami for the settlement
of thu same.
.- . Gr.o Siikammi,
I hi:ai- I Clerk of "aid Coiut.
-, Pktcu Fiik.mh,
Pauiiihii A; Cozvn,
Attorneys for said Admiiiistiator.
IINA L HEITLEMENT.
Iu the County Court of the State of
Oregon for tho county of Grant.
In the matter of tho Estat.t of 1
Hugh .1. Glon.
Notico is hrroby given that Peter
Fronoh, administrator of the estato
of Hugh J. Glon, deceased, has tiled
his final account and report as such
administrator, and that the 1 1 1 It day
of November 185)0 nt the hour of
cloven iu the fore noon, said day bo
ing nt a term of said county court,
has been set and appointed for the
hearing of objections to said final ae
count and for tho Hollloiiiout of tho
, (Iks. S111a11r.1t,
I hkau j Clerk of said Court-
r ' Pi.tkii Fimsoii,
Pahiiisii fc Cozau,
Attorneys for said Administrator,
Announcement That Will Interest Many
One of the Drs. Danin Jutt
RetuuiCil I'rom Europe.
The Drs. Darrin have Wen pre
vailed tiHn by many throughout
tho Willamette Valley to pay a
visit to their vit inity, as they could
nht afford by their time and buisness
to come to Portland. One oj the
Doctors have at Insl cosented to
visit three central oinls or towns
in the valley to accommodate the
alilii li in lie ir mity lie will
visit Albany. Itosvburg uutl Ashland
anil w ill make a stay of only one
wirk in eat Ii pl.ue Their head
olllee in Portland will he run as
11m.1l, where they are iH'rnianently
located. The following cures shows
proof of their remarkable skill in
treatment uf all acute chronic and
N.Mi:S THAT CAN IIK IlKKKItltKII TO.
( Hubert Manly, Etna, Wash.
Weak eyes; cured.
Lucy'll. WixkI. Hlockbnrg, Cal.
Femnle troubles: cured.
Win. Parrott. Miihlletou, Or.
Deafness many years; cured.
E. Antlerson, Salem, Or. Ca
tarrh seven vears; cured.
D. W. Enimett, Salem. Or Deaf
ness ten vears; restored.
T.Mrs.'.M. E. Day, Poit Madison,
Wash. lliro.it dillicully; cured.
Henry Slough, Mac'leay, Or.
Deafness fifteen years; lestoretl.
Win. Hunter. Eugene City, Or.
Catarrh twenty years; restored.
Volua Webster, Weston, Umatilla
County, Or Catarrh; cured.
H. II. Hiee, .TJ It street, Portland
Heart disease; cured, three month
A. Jackson, Seattle, Wash. Pain
iu his back for four years; cured.
C. Snowdeii's girl, "Salem Or.
Discharging ear nine years; cured.
Hew M. M. ltnshor, "llrooks, Or.
Nasal anil throat catarrh; testored.
Samuel Jackson, Highland, Or.
Deafness twenty years; cured In
Geo. M. Frank, Middleton, Or.
Discharging ear twenty-five years;
H. F. Stout, Independence, Or.
Deafness, catarrh and lung trouble;
Miss Mary Walter, !W1 Twelfth
street, Portland Doth eyes crossed:
Drs. Darrin make a specialty of
diseases of the I've, Ear, Nose anil
Throat, and all nervous, chronic
anil private diseases, such as loss of
manhood, blood taints, syphillis,
gleet, gonorrhoea, stricture, sporma
torrlnra, seminal weakness or loss
of desire of sexual power iu man or
All peculiar female troubles, ir
regular menstruation, lucorrluea,
displacements, etc., are confiden
tially anil successfully treated, anil
will under no circumstances tako a
case that thev cannot euro or ben
efit. Consultation free. Charges rea
sonable. Cures of private diseases guaran
teed ami never published in the pa
pers. Most eases can receive homo
treatment after a visit to the Doc
tot's olllee. Inquiries answered
mid ciictilars sent free.
To Frail Dealers,
ini i'i i.k A. 1'onm'ii:iih.
Five Tiioiistud HumIioIh or over, of
ohoi'-o Wiliti r apples and 'J,tll)(l gal
lons of cider v t iii'Kin now oll'cicd for
sale at lnweht cash iiites.
1 will sell apples by the quantity
at the nt ohiti it . fin cents per box -or
11 cents per pound, i'Vsiiin hand,
Specia' ami ifduced tonus offered
oil heavy oit'ers, or for the entire
crop iu the orehiiiil
TIio above dco ;iiatii'I Kites to liohl
good during K'ttlii'i uiti time, or from
Sept. 'J.Mh to Nov. It, lsllO.
IJy olow) attention, pruning nntl
cultivation, I can uiw offer to the
public apples of superior size and lla
or, ami as i:oxl keeping vaiiolies as
aie to bo fountl east or west of the
Carcatle ueaiiitaiiiH. C01110 and see
and Judge for yum selves,
Oichnitl si' unte two miles east of
.1 ob t) Day, and one half miln south of
the Prairie City and John Day toad.
Itesideiicc in Poplar Grove north of
Hard eider, ('roam cider and
Sweet cider fieo to customers whilo
I. It. Itl.VKIIAUT.
Tho Gundlach farm one mile fiom
Canyon (Jit-, will bo sold 011 Novem
ber I nth, to the highest bidder. It
contains linen sections of laud iu a
ody, of which bdtJ acres aro good
plow land, all fenced. Also two rtin
ning strumas 011 tho html all tlioyear
sullicienl to water all stock. Also a
ditch carrying about !I0(I inches of
water 011 the farm for irrigation pur
poses. About .Ml tieres of Fall ryo
voliiutfoiiiig. One of tho best
dwellings in (lieso parts. Policy
ofgl.tMXI on dwelling, iu force to
Oct. 181)1. Abo barn, stable, wagon
shod, sinoko house, ohhkou house, a
sheep hheii big enough to bold '2,000
head, and a splendid dipping arrange
inont, with good laii'e priviledgeu
outside. On the whole it in the best
eijuippod sheep orrattlo ranch in tho
county. Fall lye will grow 7 to H ft
high, ami the only Diploma awarded
at the Now Orleans Exposition to
this pint of Oiegou was 011 Wheat
grow 11 on this place, a sample of
which can still bo seen nt the Guild
IhoIi Sturo. Then) aie KX) fruit trees
on the plaeo iu splendid condition,
dud having abundance of fruit now.
For terms ami ixtrticiilnis unuuiio of
S. H. DENNING, Attorney,
Canyon City,' Or,
FituiT roil Sai.ii. To Uiom wishing
to buy fruit and vegoUibliw, I will say
that I am selling apple nt f)0 cents
per Iw.v, or 7i cento ror lx when tho
Ihik is furnished at the oculmrd. All
kinds of grain taken in exchange fot
fruiu Alvi a good nMorlmont of veg
etables for nie. Itofli len v two miles
Isdow Jehu Day, on The Dalle road.
W.m. l.o k, ntip.
NOTICE TO TAX PA V KHS.
Notico is hereby flivun Hint tho
County Hoaitl of 1ChuHs.i:;imi for
Granl'county will inert nt th. ollico
of the County Clerk, at the Court
House in Canyon Cil v, o.t Monthly
tho 'JOtli day 'of OctoUr, IS H). and
publicly examine the Assessment
tolls for the year IS'.to. ami correct
all errors which may have been
made in the valuation of prop.'rty,
Dated this Nt (lav of O.-lobor,
A. D. 1.S5K). ( has! II. Tim.ms,
First') fSj a ti qTTal f ahkT
C. A. llllf.A, ni.VSK IU I 1.000,
President. Vice Ptvsideilt,
Gcoitoi: W. Ciissiat, Cashier.
J. I'. IIIIKA, T. A. 1(11 KA. I. T. OODSO.V,
Transacts a tienei.il ltaiil.ini' Husliics,
on all jsuts of the world ,
BOUGHT and SOLD
Collection made at all points on
Money loaned at from one to ten
Canyon City, Or.
Tli is poptt la r resort h a a
been reopened to t 'iti public,
and now, us in the pust,
keeps not ting but the best
''ines, Liquors S' Ci'urs
(1. 1. KICK.lItl), Propr.
JOHN DAY" HOTEL
Chas. COBB. Proo.
John. Put, I! run I Co., Or eg.
To stop nt Ihiit popular house onco
is a siu that you will conic ac;ain.
The best of u'eonnuodation.s for
(ptests, and rates of boaid and lodg
1UmiI or hliuii itiK.U tti ur.lpr r .i.jilt rrilril.
All Work Wuniiiittiil Hli-.t-elii.
When ill lleppner d n't fail to
call on I.EE.EH t THOMPSON
for iiaiiuwaiii:, TiMv.uii:, wood anil
wii.i.ow waiik, iiiini'r.iiir.ii, Toit.vcco,
inc , irre. Agency for tho Nr.w
Ho.mi: Si:vi.sn M.miiisu.
rQ. Onleis by mail pruinjitly
and carefully tilled.
HIDES a.i FELIU
1 1 idl est Maiket Pii.c paid for
Deer "ami olbet hides, and sliiicp
. II. CI.AItK,
Canyon City, Oiiihon.
LOTS IN PASADENA.
A most attiii' live, bt atititul ..nd de
lightfully loc it' ll - 'b III' of
Every lota lloinc ritKltl-' and on
ly $.ri() to $7f on
The Motor Eiiiii within A inilo of
Pasadena now, and annnuoinpiiU aio
Ih'Iiik made to extend tho motor lino
to this, onu of the most valuable tu
bal on ot the City of Portland.
For further information ami for
purcUiso apply to F. C. Skmi or M.
1). Cumuli), local Ayenls at Canyon
City, Or., or to Ili.sin E Dohcii,
Gon'l Triibtte, '.'!) Statk Mreet, Port
Til IC JtlCHT TO mrY,
Hecauso they are as dtu ible us tho
Huekeye, and Escel nil o'liern iu
Will run over any kind of ground
possible for a iiineliiue to run over,
and Warranted to woil; well iu tho
heaviest ; lasses, and will he sohl for
Delivered in John Day $70,00
For partictil'UH call on or address
D. B. FJSK,
Agt. Judsoii Mfg. Co.,
Dakck Cm Oregon.