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About Grant County news. (Canyon City, Or.) 1879-1908 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1879)
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only paplr ix ubast coij,y.
Official Paper Tor Grant County.
O.-mjon City, Saturday Nov. 22, 1S0.
P. FT. Sukpukhd, Editor.
Insane. On l.L V dned:y Sir.
Font Perry brought to this city, from
(Granite, a man liy the name of Frank
C. Mclvinlry avVki adjudged in 'sine,
on Thursday, hy ):. Hntsley and )od
koii, before Judge 1 lael'm". Mr. Pcr
rvstartrd below with McKinlev verier
day morning. At Middle Fork Frank
choked Tein Gurncv and after lio arriv
ed in this city he proceeded ?o "put a
head" on Charlie Birge, a young man
tliat was guardiug him for a few hours.
Charlie .cays lie don't want any more
black eyes that way. McKin'oy is :i
powerful man and has been at work at
the Monumental Mine and formerly
worked at the A'irtue Mine, and is the
sanii' man that killed the City Marshal
in The Dalles :i few years ag which
is perhaps partially the cause of his in
sauiy. J):kd. In this city, Nov. 15th, 1S79,
Geoigo Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John "Woolsoy, aged . months.
Died. In this city, Nov. 14th, 1879,
in bait babe of Mr. aud Mrs. George
Fine Apples. Mr L. C. Trowbridge
left a box of very line apples at our of
fice yo terday while we were absent.
"WVU, 15. C., they are line and our wish
is that your shadow may never grow"
Mr. Pipkin, fr-in St. Louis, arrived in
our city on MeJJean's staie yesterday,
ho is a brother of Mrs. T W. Poindex-tt-r
anu comes to remain.
How do Preachers Live.
Mi?. Editor: Having called on
the preacher, after a cordial reception
and the. usual courtesies, the following
You have not as pleasant a study as
most preachers ?
(Smiling) No but you see it is thor
oughly ventilated. I hear that the la
dies arc whispering about a carpet.
"When, by adding a little paper, paint
and cloih it will be uiore comforta
ble. You have some furniture ?
Yes, by the kindness, of Mr. and
Mrs. Leslie, aided by Mrs. Jlupert.
I Fee you have about thirty large
Yes, and I shall enjoy when T get
them paid, A picaclier that, never re.
plenbhes Jib- library snon falls -behind
the times aud his sermons are
How much ought he to spend in books
I would say about $200 provided he
has a uood library to commence with.
How much are you out of of pocket
since you left California, to come hcie?
Not less than $400 but SI 00 mis
sionary money is appropriated by the
How much have you received from
Silver City up to the present time?
In collections and subscriptions S79
84. (Do you ever get paid for preaching
funeral sermon'! ?
Yes, nearly alv:iys from poor people.)
Do you get support from any other
I do not.
Are the expenses of a single preach
er as much as those of a married one 1
T think about the same.
Have you any one to support but
vouiselH I have an invalid mother.
Po you think this place will support
That is owning, in part, to how much
bigotry you have among you, I try hard
to work for all alike without reference
to sect. Surely Silver City and the
surrounding country will support one
regular preacher, provided the same
system is adopted here as in other
"What system do you refer to 1
Sabbath collections aud monthly sub
scriptions. In some places they claim
that non. church members ought to pay
more, than those who attend regularly.
Yes, why not ?
Besause if I stay at home to attend
to husiness and make money I have
that much more to give and my money
only affects my neighbors good exam
ple. I give it un I can see no defect in
your logic. Idaho Avalanche.
A Well "Wisher.
NEW GOODS !
E R H 5"k S3 ASI
Iliive just received and are to receive a full Stock of General
Merchandise, comprising in part a complete Line of Mens and
Boys CLOTHING AND FUKNISIIING GOODS,LaDIES & CHILDREN'S Under
WARE. A FULL LINE OF BUCKINGHAM & HECHT BOOTS AND SHOES.
OYER SHOES, SNOW EXCLUDE!, lU'DHEIl BOOTS, Craek Proof
riaywa.d's, A K17LL LINE OF DKESS AND STAPLE
T ifN f T T C?
jJjDb JL UUUJJbj
ft MATTRESSES, 01001111, MIPS III
Glassware of all kinds, Groceries, Ci
AND TOBACCO of the very best Manufactures.
POCKET and TABLE
R8ESCINES, HATS and CAPS, SWRDWARE,
EROM and STEEL, AmMUMTmM of a3
Klndsand Calibres, A full Sine of
BITS, SPUES, STIEEUP, ETC., ETC.
Many other articles not mentioned here. The best place to ob
tiin nice and Substantial Holiday Presents, all of which they of
fer at a small advance on Cost. Be sure and give them a Cal,
before Purchasing elsewhere. It will be to your advantage;.
NOTICE! ! !
Parties desirous of investing "will
find nil o)portunitv to purchase the
undivided half of the Princess Ivfiue.
Cash is wanted for further develop
ment by the undersigned.
HIT Gil MeQUAID.
Susanville, 0m., Oct. 28th, 4t
God Cider Yiiioi?ar
By the barrel, keg or gallon,
AT FRUIT RARCH
Three miles East of Can von
City, Ogn., Cheap for Cash.
APPLES and CIDER
In quantity at the lowest rates
F1SK & RTNEHART.
Fruit Ranch, Oct. 4th, 1ST9.
BOOTS AND SriOJSS,GROCElllJES,
Of Every Doscription.
Grant Oovxty, Ohiicon.
"Iokuk, Iowa, Nov. 1-1. A Con
stable Avent from Kakok-x. Mo. to Laur
rav to-day, to si-rve the warrants sworn
out by Mis. Young against Finn k liaue i
and others for the fynehing of her bus-
band. He found all the parties ami i
they submitted to the arrest, but refus- j
ed to come to Kakoka. They agreed to
go before a magistrate at Lauray, but
declined to accompany the Constable tu
Kakoka, and he returned without them.
"What step will next be taken in the
matter remains to be seen.
fj. in m Li
LADEANCB & WIS,
Prairie City, Oregon,
Would most respectfully an
nounce to the Public that the);
have received a larie stock of
FALL & WINTE
goods, and keep constantly on
hand a full line of choice fami
K KAD Y MxYDE CLOTHING,
IT ATS and CAPS,
BOOTS awl SHOES,
II A WARE,
GLASS WA It B,
CIGAKS and TOBACCO,
STAT ONE RY,
NOT TONS. fcc.
Wo Ic(cj) a" large and Avrll selected
stock of General Merchandise. Call
and see for yourselves.
1 , A U 1 1 A NC E & S f I E A V, E R.
Prairie Citv, July Oil. 1870. n!3tf.
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
The Italics. Oregon,
OULU re'liPftfullv inform the citi-
fy ens nf The Dalles and surrouud-
ing country that he has just received a
full New Stuck of
Jewelry. Watch ps, Clocks, Etc.,
Eroni San Pranei-co, which he will sell
at the very lowest living prices. He
has moved into his
on Second Street, near Washington,
where he will be pleased to see his
many friends and customers.
The Dalles, Oct, loth, 1S79.
PHIL. METSCHAN & CO.
Announce that they
new rnd well assorted Stock or
Consisting in part of MEN'fc? and BOY'S CLOTHING, DRY
GOODS, BUCKINGHAM and HECHT BOOTS, LADIES
and cniLDREiis siioes, and slippers. croCKErv glassaie,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Having bought for Cash we are prepared to sell our Goods
Cheaper than theyr were ever before offered in
CIIAIINIIYIIOIIM CIIIIITIIYt, IIRIIEIICIIOIINt.
'X-'f -j i.c-
A large assortment of Christmas Goods suitable for Holiday
presents. Also a full Assortment of of Choice family Groceries
and other Articles usually found in a First Class Store. All of
which we oiler
CHEAP FOE CASH,
Our old Stock we will continue ta s.'ll at COST PRICES.
iJFlif nRIIC QTi
iLu.v Stueet. Canyon Ccty, Okecon,
J. W. HOWARD, II.
. E3 U
Having recently received a full and carefully selected stock
of Drugs, and Medicines I iwn fully prepared to furnish every
thing usually kept in a First Class Drug Huie, at reasonable
Prices. Also a full b'tock of the Standard Patent Medicines on
hand. Call, everybody, and see, and buy of mv fresh goods.
J. W. HOWARD, M. D" Proprietor.
Tho Kew 11 q. 8. Wlioolcr and Wilson Soiv-
I XO M ACIITNl KCKIVED TRK ONLY AWAKD AT Til UMVKR AL
E:voition at Paris, in I8TS: being over 81 other competitors.
The No. 8. with Improved Shuttle. Straight lVeutllc, Imlo
pendent Take-up, Automatic Under-Teission and Perfect Rack
feed are declared by the "hiu'licst authorities the. besv Sewing
Machine in the market. All Machines YVarrented. ' )ur spi'oia!
agout, Mr. S. L. Sparks, is selling the New No 8. with a,li e:-:tra
attacNments, in Grant County, on our easiest terms, at only $5
over our lowest jjrices here. Wheeler and Wilson Mfy. Co.
F W. Godard, Manager, Portland, Ogn. Coinpetition d.-Iied.
m si f?e e,
ii i4 h
Is still at Iiis post, at John Day City, deal
ing out the very choicest (Worie.--, also keeps a full stock nf
Roots, ShossClothing, Calico, Tohaceo. Crockery, Granite-
VYare, fancy Cups and Saucers, and General Merchandise.
My Store is always welcome to everybody whether they come
to buy or merely to see the goods.
"'i--CT?CTrtJ.'4AU.1 .j . ......... i..j! -y.
DALLES AND BAIvELl CITY
Yaile & Co., Proprietors.
Departs from Canyon City for The
Dalles and Laker City, Daily.
Arrives from the same points, Daily.
II. O. "Williamson, Sup't.
CANYON CITY & McDEHMIT
EUAWXMcBEAX, - - Proprietor
Departs from CaiLCon City
on Monday, Thursday, and Sat
urday of each week.
Arrives at Canyon City on
Sunday, Wednesday and Fri
day of each week.
North Esatham, Mass., Nov. 15
The steamer Faraday came to anchor off
Nauset lights at 10 A. M. The sea is
smooth and favoradle for landing the
hare just received a
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I I L ft t I
W. O. CVBRHOIT. w. A. JAC- D3
OVE11EOLT & JACOBS,
Wagon Making & Carpontsrin".
Wagons and Eiiggic3 repaired at reas
onable rates Spokes, Erakeonrs, Ax
les, Felloes, Plow Beams, Etc., for Sale.
Building and Jobbing prompt
ly attended to.
Doors, Sash, Etc
Constantly on hand and
made to order.
Residonce--John Day, Grant Coun
New York, Nov. 15. The steam
ship Germauia, from Liverpool, arrived
to-day. She brougr S25,500 in gold.