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About Grant County news. (Canyon City, Or.) 1879-1908 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 20, 1879)
NEW GOODS !
PHIL. METSCHAN & CO.
Announce that they have just received a
new and well assorted Stock of
B g fiafl If Ml B4
Have iust received and are to receive a full Stock of General
Merchandise, comprising in parr, a complete Line of Mens and
BOVS CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS,LaDIES & CHILDREN'S Under
WARE, ft FULL UK OF BUCKI8GK&H & HECHT BOOTS AND SHOES.
OVJl SHOES, PNOW EXCLUDERS, HUBUER BOOTS, Craek Proof
Hayw.i's. A FULL LIME OF DKESS AND STAPLE
SC" i?MVi,0' OKAS VuXV "J I i.
iiiiii to .oniicnoTCDe
:a "ana b n
ID JIM 1 1 &&$SiL. UaUviai- k q lullTli. 0 Jii$ J
Giassware of all kinds, Groceries, Cigars
AND TOBACCO of the very best Manufactures.
CKET and TABLE
Consisting in part of MEN'S and BOY'S CLOTHING, DRY
GOODS, BUCKINGHAM and HECHT BOOTS, LADIES
and cniLDRzns shoes, and slippers, ctockei-y glasswai-e,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
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. a11 ot!
which we oiler
CHEAP FOE GASfi,
Havip.o- Lou trht for Cash we are prepared to sell our Goods
Cheaper than they were ever before odered in
CIIAIINIIYIIOIIM OiiSilTIIYt, OliRHEilGliOflNt.
Our old Stock we v.'ili continue te sell at COST PRICES.
MW.mmES9 HAYS and QAP:?. HAKS
IRON and STEEL, ASifWUWBTBGK of ail
Kinds and Calibres. A full linecf
- u Xi n
Many other articles not inentioned here. The best place to ob-
i?!ciTEaia xkstswte. A session or
hbt", ma be. held at he CgfeM he fore Purchasi ng else where.
Hcnse, in Canvou Citv. on Monday
and Tuesday, tlie 29fch nnd JJOlh of
pi-esent mouth. It is Imped tlmt nil
friends of education, and all teach
ers, especially, who can, -whether ac
tively engaged in the pursuit of the
profession or not, will feel it their
dviiy. to attend and aid as far an prac
ticiiblc to make this a pleasant and
jtofitab!e session. Conuiiittee of
Ai-mngements, Prof. A. Eads,
PkOF. W. K. MrpAHLAXD.
M, L. OLMSTED. President.
J. "T. MACK,
County School Sup't.
Iiiist f eek we received a registered
lelLer contaiuiur ihi-ee "ad's." ac
companied hy one dollar to pay for
their insertion one year. AVe ini
inodiaieiy returned the package to
Geo. Slinsou & Co. Even if we
knew that what the advertisements
state was true we are not hard press
ed enough to give $80 worth of space
for one d o 1 1 a r. We claim
Hint the XEWS has more legitimate
home advertisements than anv other
paper published in Eastern Oregon,
barring the Empire and Mountain
eer, thereby making it Ihe best ad
vertising medium, and to maintain
the above standing we positively re
S:iM all such balderdash advertise-
tiin nice and Substantial Holiday Presents, all of which they of-
a small advance on Cost.
Je .sure and mvc them a Call
It will be to vour advantage.
The Members of Prairie City Lodge,
So. 00., A. F. & A. l.r will give a
Social Ball, to which tho Public aro
invited, on CHPISTMAS EYE,
Wednesday Evening. December
:Uth, 1870, at
THE UilAXtlKKS HALL, Prairie City.
coMsrrri'EiS or Aits akg km exts .
Wm. F. Sattlemier, Jerry Diiacy,
Oeorge Doll inn.
Jos. B. Johiifion and James Fiiiigan.
Tickets, (vithout supper) $2. 50.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice is hereby given that. J. L.
Cummings, Administrator of the Es
tate of C. H. Black, has tiled his final
report and account in the matter of
said estate. All persons interested
in said estate are hereby notified to
Ik' and appeal' at the court house in
Canvon Cii v. Grant County, Oresfon,
at ten o'clock in the forenoon of the
Gth day of January, 1 880. and show
cause, if anv there be. whv saiil ac-
t-ount should not bo approved and
the said Estate fully settled and the
admi n is tratt r di scha rge d .
34-38 J. L. OTinilNGS.
menta as the above "cheap John" Nov. 25th, 1ST'.). Admini,;trakjr
WA5HixtrroK, D. O.. Bee. 5. Dec
aae Gannon says the Pi'tsideut's. mea
hia girm a de?ih blow u any id-a
f I'ttwirinjBc ibe ad mission fF Utali as
&i i'e - i;-:ion. H eridcies very
iTG- . fh Fn'sul-nfo Msscrtions con
ocrui'.g tic- )!rrnans; says h recently
had evt-r-.tl in'erview with the Presi
dent and disabused him or endeavorel
to do so of seme f ths prevailing na
tions on this swhjec'. Cannon siy?
tAr is m n uth t h in the in ttma
tins tHat iHe Mormo s Imd something
to lo vi:h the tveent ofcb-ek. He
iusbs thtt i pole aie more iiiicrost
od ii pr vm th- peace v.'ith dm Jn
diitus ikm tho Mtmoss.
There will be a Ball given at the
GRANGE HALL, at John Day,
Thursday, December 25th, 1879.
COSIMriTKi: OF Am:.XOEMENTS,
John F. Wollinger, Frank "Wallace,
F. I. lEcCallum, W. H. Kelly.
T. R. Macey. m. McDowell,
R. Damon, Loycl Stone.
The best of Music lias been engag
ed. The public are invited to attend.
Tickets, moulding Hupper, $3.50.
Prairie Citv, - - Orcjron,
i i t I ! i t
V ! 1 ! I I I I
Would most respectfully an
nounce to the Public that thev
have received a large stock of
PALL & WINTER
goods, and keep constantly on
hand a full line of choice fami
K ISA DY aiADE CLOTHiNG,
HATS and CAPS,
BOOTS nnd SHOES,
CIGARS and TOBACCO,
"Wc kep a laruje and well selected
stock of (rcmral Merchandise. Call
aad see for your?e!vos.
I,AI;!?AXCE & SITEAHEH.
Prairie City, July Gd. 1879. niStf.
Subscribe now for the News.
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
The Basics. Oregon,
yfpOULI) rc-pi-tfully infurin theciti-
ing country that he Las just received a
full ?Tev Steele o'
Jeivelrv. Watehe?, Clocks, Etc..
From Han Fr.mcHen, which he v.'ili sell
at the very luwt-st living price?. He
has movr-d info his
on Second Street, near Yraahington.
win-re he will bo pleased to sec. his
maay friends and customers.
The Dalle?, Oct. 15th, 1S79.
Main Street, Casyon Jitt, ukecon.
J. W. H0WRC,'M. 2 - - PE0PEI'W..
Baviiin- recentiy received a anrt carefully selected stock
of Drugs, and Medicines 1 an fully prepared to furnish every
thing usually kept in a Firt Class Drug House, at reasonable
Prices. AIho a full Stock of the Standard Patent Medicines on
hand. Coll, everybody. :v and buy of in v fresh proocls.
J. W. IIOWAKD. 11. D., Proprietor.
I ntil! at Ills post, at Jolm Day Git jo deri
in.ir out the very ehuieest GnMierie. als , keeps a full stock of
P.oots. Shoss. Clofhiii"-. Calico. Tobacco, Crocker v, Granite-
Ware, fancy Cups and P.iueera, and Oencrai Morebaudia.
Store is always welcome to cfyybody whether thy mwM
to buy cr merelv to see l.bc a;co-?8.
THE CHEAPEST H0U53 IS 0RABT CQWJ1
1 H H
CORNER MA IN", mid WASRFN'GTON STS., CATO CITY.
Wotice for Fybiieatiosix
La:; u O kf i c r: at L a G it a n i e, )
Orecon. Xov. 2f)th, 1S79. J
Notice i.s hereby lliwu tl:it the fol-lov.'inu-hfimcd
sot l lei hits tiled potiee of
his intention to maki- final proof iti sn
po'.t of his claim, and secure final entry
thereof at the expiration of thirty days
irotn l ho (Uo of this notice, viz: Ai.k.v
axdkr Mi'ruay lor tho SEj Sec. 4, T
l'- HK '21, ami ri:.:nes the follovin as
his v.ilr.efsfH. viz: F. L. WocmI. of
Grant County. Oregon, and Eli Lester,
of Uran County, Orcizon.
IlRtflir W. DWiOIIT,
Wtiee for Publication.
Land Ofkicb at La (Jkande,
OroL-on, Nov. 2'nh, 1879. )
Notice is herehv siven that the fol-lov.'iiiir-ujiiiied
settler haf? filed notice of
his intention io nmko tinal proof in sup
port of his elaim, nnd secure final entry
tlieroof at the expintion of thirty day.
V, O. C'KII!.T. w. A. jAocna
OVERIIOLT & JACOBS,
Wagon Making & CarpeniGrin.
"Wagons and Buggies repaii'ed at reas'
onahle rates Spck 03, Brakebt'.rs, Ax
les, Eellocs, Plow Bo:ims, Etc., for Sale
Building and Jobbing prompt
ly attended to.
Boors, Sasii, Etc8
Const antlv on hand and
made to order.
from the date, of this notice, vir. WlL-, esidenGS'-dohn ;ay, Grant Ccun-
liam Wuriiay, for theSW-i. Sec. 4, T.tv Oroieon.
I y, S K 273, and name, the following a, WASlir-7l)TarTbo Senate
his witnesses, viz: Ss. L. vood, of ; . , f ,
Crrnnt (niiirv. Onon. and Eli Letter, i wlthout nte or discussion, yesterday
J ' ' 3
of Grant (Jountv Oreiron.
HENKY W. J) WIGHT,
afternoon, confirmed the nomination of
Secretary McCJrary to be United States
ltegistar. Qirauit JihIsm for the Sih Circuit.