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About Grant County news. (Canyon City, Or.) 1879-1908 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1879)
Us Braal Connly lis.
Only PAfb: i: lkast co?:n:u:
Official i".ipcr Tor Grant County.
Canyon City, Saturday Sept. Kb 1870.
S. II. Sh ki: I), Emtok.
TKrc will b a convention if tin
journal- of Eastern Oregon, "Washing
ton and Idaho Territories at the Union
County Fair grounds, Sptenibu 28th,
lit 9 o'clock a. v..
Agent. Mr. E. L. Herri IT, Book
seller & .Stationer, Postoffic Building,
Walla Walla, W. T., is the duly author
izi'd air'nt thfl Grant County
News. lie is a gentleman and will re
reive and forward suhsciptions to the
Kews from Walla Walla and vieini'y.
Tun Grant Count v News orders
bs paper by the thousand pounds.
Portland Daily Standard.
Ye, and we earnestly request the
doubtful t step into mir iflice and see
the enormous pile of paper now on
hand: thereby satisfying your own mind
that the News i- a pennant institution
. . r h t u an lm
" f "i- "V Ibr thi- paper
Vit ;ir ,. if'iMj.'incd ih .t the NEWS
thab -: d to no p;pT ii Eastern Or--i!rn.
And from the w:.y we are re
ceiving new subscribers we believe that
the people aporcciate our -llbits. Call
in friend?, ladies and all, and see for
If ay Foot ! Straw Foot ! On Mon
day lat the footrace mania was wafted
frmn the de'Vat d precinct of Granite
Creek t our qui t town, and ralumnia
fed in a match for a gnw horse between
F. Todhuntor and J. J. Kr.hnrts. The
betintr rati hih, mnging from five cent
nickels and chaws nf tobacco fo "short
bits'' and cigar .ctubs. Th' grounds
chrsrn were on the hill in front of the
graveyard, this beintr a ru-e on the
part of liobort-' fiiend?; they knowinir
that a sravey. rd in his roar would in
duce him to ir ithcr fast and quick. The
s.'art wa i'vn, and the c nfesfants
WALK ei over tho track inost nuijesti
caliy. Tvnnert's winning by tbo length of
tl saw hoiv. Dbtanco TOO vard?.
time 12 minute 04 seconds and 12
quartoro. Tod hunters friends ciaim
that if had n"t interfered he would have
bem bc:jtii! much uore. California
roi.tes :nt are invited to enter the lists
for h' n-xt h.r?t. Como mi Simtns!
Thanks to VYo-od & Church fr the use
of tlu-ir line team thus enabling t s to
have a better view of the race and put
ting us in a position whereby we could
qub-kly escape the dust made by the
vast crowd in their excitement.
Tt seems that the '-good sober Piunt
ers" havf takon 'gihs" advice and have
f5i!f thf dt. installment to this city
. erhap-j it win be well t ) inform th
peoj)le that th'1 or.e that arrived lat
did nnr rmnrnn l,r,r Allfi n.nr film., i
iff Lock wood says he lmpe that the
tinners and blacksmiths that may come
will nt leave as much livestock behind
as did the paintor while sojourning one j
night at Hotel De Wash. Gab should
immediately flank the balance of the
The Du Prcz Dramatic and variety
company gave three entertainments at
Port Harney last week and were well
patronized. The soldier did all in
thnir nou-or tn ,s,k if Wnfi,i,l f.J
. , . a .
.B t0.uFa.y au iu iu.uiu ii.t-y
them bnll.ant entertainment-. They
Krlfiftk in t,hn hihe:f. tnrttiR nf tlin "lnr :
. ? rn, J i
us a uiu run. liu'y gave a
:r lie n 1 MVvid:iv niirht
It . T- I !l 1 .
i .i - . -uf.'rtinm''Ut at Prarie
City oa U't'tlnftKbiy ni-ht.
Mu. Ceo. Huston presn'ed our
household wth a lot id" line ripe toma
toes and melons. He hits a vast quan
tity of tomatoes and will can a laigc
invoice for the market. Mrs. "Win.
Luce will also accept the thanks of our
better half for a ba-ket of nice plums .
Whi n we see p -ople ever mindful of
the ptinter wv k-io the, h tve nol lc
New Ledge. Mr. Cattanaeh was
over from the Monumental Mine last
Tuesday iud says tlu-v -vc struck a
J w ledge iiear the inouii of the main
t-ii-l -V... ; .1 i .
i tmuicj, b.uii. promises tO UO Holier tlion
any yet struck. His of a wedge shape
f,,n, ,!;?t ,m, a. r as..,c
sets to cruhmc ore. Capitalists ore
and widens out as they iro down on it. I,
now t.inihnr their eyes to Grant county,
and the hills are visit! daily by many
Out of nearly 50,000 votes
compiled the vole for Chief
Just'ce is as follows: Morrison
20,080. Rhodes 19,08') Den
The bllowinp: nrc (he figures
for llailroad Commissioners so
far as it has been found possi
ble to compile them with the
incomplete returns at hand:
Fi rst 1) istr i ct Lark i n , 3 3 7 7 :
Cone, 3233; Carpenter, 2M0. '
Second District Bcerstetch
er, 7004: "Hiclps. 0020; Souie,
1211: Thomas, 092.
Third D ist riot Sto neman .
G034; Phillips, 289-1.
In a total of 14,183 votes
counted in the First District,
for Congressmen, Davis, Re
publics, has received 0721;
Barbour, Workingman, 01-50.
and Sumner, Democrat, 1003.
In the Second District, out of
a total. of 10,207 votes canvass
ed, Page, Republican, has
5085, Clunie, Democrat. 3GS1,
and Williams, Workingman,
In the Third District of 8151
votes counted jMoKeuna (lie
public in) has 4200 and Berry
In the Fourth District 1 ,2S0
votes have been tallied, of
which ?5acheco (Republican)
has 4751, Leach (Democrat)
2870 and Ayres (Workingman)
Wl ADYEBTISBIENTe. ,
Land Office at LaGraxdi:. Ohkgon,
Sept. mli. r I'd, 1879
IsOTICE is h(rehy eiven that the
folhwinu-name settler hnrs tiled notice
uf his inientir.n to u.aki (in a I p0'-f in
support, of his elnim, anci .secu?e li- a!
entry tluM-eof at the e.pira'in ! .hir'y
d iys from t!ie dafi' cd'tl'i ii"?'(v, 'y,
Fred. Sarr-nt for rh. S' S ii J ec. S,
T, lo S of :i' E W . ami nam s
the followini; as his witnesses, viz: 10 d
win Hall, (-1 Grant County, Oregon,
and Henry il:ill .Jr.. ol Grant C u'tv,
Oregon. IIKNIIY V7. DVvrU MIT. '
Notice is hendjv' fiiven to all persons
concerned, that the undfrsi;ned Ins
I'ei-n duly app.dn'e 1, hy the County
Court ot t'ie Statft UreLn tor brant
Count , Administrator of the Es!ai' of
Otto Schodt deceased, late of said
County, and all prisons havinir chims
against said etate are i equin d to j re
sent the same, with the prupf-r voucin:-',
to the undersiirned administrator at Irs
residence in Prairie City in said Coun
ty and Stato, within six months from
the date, nf this notier. Dated Septem
ber 5th, 1S79.
N. VT. THORNTOX,
01 TlnnPn finbnnl
11. Ifl h ft ill ! H. .
. . w . , . ' m
VV LLj JL.il W iljj il, VV . X. j
A lJ0;iriiingand day school for girls.
RlHi: UT. REV. n. WISTAK MORIMS, D. D.,
J, Hector. Miss H. B. Ganetson.
Principal. The Fall term opens
September 4. 1S79.
For Catalogue and particulars address
Miss II. I), (inrretson,
n21ml Walla Walla, W. T.
Prairie City, Oregon.
Boots and Shoes made and
Repaired to order.
Clocks and Watches Cleaned and Re
L1IAI1 1 MM
Prairie City, - - Oregon,
; j i . i i i v-..Trff -!.-!-.!L.UUl.
1 1 11 1 11 ...... t
Would inost "jAimwiiice that they hayejust received a
i -unco to the Publ.c t ht the, 1(JW d assortod toek of
, have received a ianrC stock Oi ,
I DflAm , FJrKTra
goods, and keep constantly on
hand a full line of choice fami
ly GnoonitiEs, f
IlEADV 3.1 ADE CLOTHING.
HATS Jt-sdC AlVs.
HOOTS a ml SJfOJi,
GLASS W Ail 10,
UIGAKS :md TObACCO,
1 ATJSN T ?I E DIOINES,
Ytq Keep a large and well selected
stock of General Merchandise. Call
and see for yourselves.
LAU KANCJS & SHEAR RK.
Prairie City, July :id. 179. ti!3if.
Jules T,e Buktte takes pleas
ure i" announcing to the pco-
pie oi mis county Hint lie nasi
removed his stock of goods
across -.no square, in the room
0(1(1 Follow' HcilL
Prairie Citv. Oregon, where he
has just received ti full and well
selected stock of General Mer
chandise and Notions, and in
vites those wishing anything in
his line to call and see him.
Post Office is also at his new
.Id MS sK PPETTM
Li-airi.! (Mv. dulv :)d, !S70. nl:)tf.
fi-Evp y L'o t Las a GUAKAX
Tlili STAIP hido, ;.nd the lU -r-ch
it.t of wh mi ou buy them is author
ized to rein :i vo;:r moiiev if vou are
iiotsa,i'-iial w t!i the IJnois. It is
In the Market. Ask for it uiid take
HE OKI? EROS. & CO.
Wi' carry the Largest Stock of Boots
and Shoes of all kn.!s of any house in
Notice- ol Dissolution.
j NoTK'i: li- ieby jjiven that the
! lvtrln-Mship heretofore exiiinj; be-
,v-v" P' a:, ! V l L''isk
!) aeksmitl-s :"d wnci- the black-
smi'h slu p ;t t. .John Jiavown in Grant
county, Oregon, under the firm name
of D. 13. F isk & W. K. Fisk, was dis
solved by mutual consent on the 11th
day of Au2iis", 1 STO.
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to the above firm are hereby
notified that unless they call and settle
their accounts nn or btd'oiv the loth
day of September, 1879, their accounts
will positively be placed in the hands
of au attorney for immediate colh ction.
D. B. FISK,
W. R. FISK.
Indian corn charred into chat coal is
said to be a most valuable condiment
for poultry. It will put the hens in
good health, Mid cause a general ton
ing up of the system that will be seen
in more and beitcr eggs.
F. C. SELS,
PHIL. METSCHAN & CO.
; Vir& OT720 B
Which They Offer
Having bought for Cash we are prepared to sell our Goods
Cheaper than they were ever before offered in
OIIAIIWilYIIOIiaS CIIIHTIIYt. OIIRIIEUCIIOIIMt.
Our old Slock, together with our new. we will continue to
sell ai COST PRICES.
PHIL MSTSCIIAN & Co.
Canvon City, July "IS. 1879,
ilt if fifty is
M.AI.V iTUKKT, C'an'yo.v Citv, Orkcox, i
HOWiED, M. S.. - PEOPEIETOE..
i;5V;n,.. rr(nrlv received a
of i)rnoS"and dedicines i aui
tl,i11rr usually kept in a First Class Drug House, at readable
Prices. Also a lull Stock of the
liancl. Call, everybody, and
DALLES AND HAXER CITY
Yaile & Co.. Proprietors.
Denait-- from C.in-.on Citv for Th
.Ijal'e and ll:iker C:t ,i E'aiiy.
An-ives from the same poiats, Dfl'ly.
x7?t fS ctMi?
! A? rflW PblR5!1 flFFPIF''123. ?cii43, Plow Seams, 2ts.f for Ba8.
5 & 3 f 3 i
3D IS JPjl. IT.ji s31 jFL 31 Z.NT
S"iitionary. Spectacles andf
Rye Glasses, Candies, and Nuts
Sunsrinrnoxs takt n. at Publ:sherss
Kate-", lor all the. Leading Papers and
Magazines published in THE UNITED
VJ'I'ATWS! A,ro,,t I'.ir Time P.i- .Un-
tiers, Albany, Oregn. Vatcies CiefiM -
cd and liopaired.
Cmyor. r,ty, O-npors, AT-P tO, 1370.
SNIDER it. ST E YENS,
Clot Mn a:
BOOTS AND SIJ0ES,(;R0CERTES,
I LA R DW AP E, CROCKERY,
blOi'ORS A N I )
SUTLERS' G-0 Or S
Of Every Description.
GUAXT Cor.VTV. OltEOOX.
Land Office at Dalles, Okeo.n .
Aimust 17th, 1879.-
ftTotice is hcueby given that the fob '
il lowing-named settler has filed nofice
of his intention to makje final proDf in
support of his claim, and secure entry
thereon at the expiration of thirty days
from the date of this notice, viz: Rich-
ardMMscnll, for the K I of N. W. :,W
A N. K. Sec. 28. T. 12 S, R. 2G east,
and names the following as his witness
es, viz: Eli iestf-r of Grant County.
Oregjm,. and John W. Lewis, of Grant
Count v, Oregon.
20-24 L. COF FIIv , Regii U i
Gheap For Gash Only.
'nil and carofuliv selected sock
fully prepared to furnbli every-
Standard Patent Medicines on
see. and buy of my fresh gnoih.
HOWARD, Yi. ) , Proprietor.
OYERIIOLT & JACOB?,
Vscn ?:Tak:.nK & CarperitoririQ;.
: '. . . . .1.';- jpj os, Brakeop-rs, ils-
Building and Jobbing prompt
ly at i ended to.
Doors, Sash, Ete.v
Const antlv on hand and
made to order.
jinoM WHICH TUB BITTERS
' J.p u,.l(je js :,0xiian Heib. and U
indigrnnus only to a small section of
bower (B'lj-i) California.
It has been used by the inhabitant of
Lower California for the last thirfcv
years a a j.r,eerd
INVtCOItATOtl Or THE SYSTEM,
A (ireal Kemedy for
Dise-e of Kidneys and Bladder!
I'o.silive i'ure For Ij'spepsia.
Fleckenstein & Mayer,
jSole A'jent-, Firtla:ul Oreijon.
SilU a lGkraf, Solid 0ld Cable
, Rmg, mad.- jfd sotjt by return mail by
CHAS. ST. LOUIS,
tf Raker City, Oregon.
R. F. Rocers.
Granite, Orant County,. Oregon.
This hotel is supplied with
the best the market affords
and uo pains will be spared to
make guests comfortable. The
Canyon City. and Baker stages,
stop over night at this house.
Granite Creek, Aug. 30th 187.9..