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About Grant County news. (Canyon City, Or.) 1879-1908 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1880)
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ONLY I'APER IN grant county.
Official Paper For Grant County.
Can von Ci'.y, Saturday Jan. 24, 1830.
S. TT. Shrhuepp. Editor.
Vhljia'ia Cm, J?. 16. The
f?iiroiiiole thi evening nnblishes the
following: Im ootim-saiou Cap-. John ;
Kelly said that a very line prospect had j
Leon one.'HH'tered 80 fet bylm? the
750 foot level in Lady By ran. At this
r.ui,u i.HT,u uii.1 iu .u ""' .
. . t .1 -M !.! :
driven in ten feet. Th.i funt lour fort I
difcln.el nothing, but the last six foei j
showed rook giving an average of 90
to the ton 61)0 in rAvr and 6-0 in
i;old. The reek is rerv hard and the
oro at the bolt mi of ihe hole is of the
sa'nc charact r :is vr'nre first, .trticK
There is no d'amond driM in the mine
and feu fret isal,'iiit as far ahad as a
hand drill cn h" ?ent. The be?t in
formation from Union to-night, is, that
the cast 3ioss cut on the 2,400 foot lev
el, has found good milling ore in that
direction ?'vnnd the east clay f the
present ore body, and beyond the horse
of 12 feet of porphyry.
Walla Walla, Jae. 17. The re
ecnt galo did much damage. All
through the upper country fences were
almost universal! v t.roslratcd and some
bui Mines ;m'Oof. Probably $50,
000 vcrth of d n:i-:e as do.;e.
Th- W I road from WVihilu to Cclio,
110 fi;'.V in length, s loeatod and oou
tmeta let. Mco are w hi work and
more will he placed as soon as thev can
be procure. The coentr is no on
the high ix.-' 'o prosperity n d a very
Jrge emigration eatpvetad m& year.
Jj;t the voam: th. re U room for thu
p?md?. The firm of Chapman & Boy or boat
ed 10,000 acres of land -lasc week for
Move acreage is being plowed than
ever before. Farmers are all plowing
and, ullhough it is now the middle of
winter, the weather is warm and pleas
ant. The thermometer stands at 02
degrees in the shade.
The Pohur.bia liver is free of ice and
a steamer is expected at Wailulu to
day. San Francisco, Jan. 17. Rkdnrd
O'Sullivr.n, former publisher of t!.c
Freeman's journal at Sydney, jSvw
.South AVales, and latterly editor ami
propiielor of the Monitor in this city.
did tliis ii oraing at St. Msry's IJospi
lal. Me w:s a brother of Hon. A. 21.
O'SulHvan, memVr of paHi.Len fr.-m !
n i ; i s i . i . , i..,,.
Cork, ami ber- iv lu Ai!-tittau ventoro
. , . . . . - i
i Tnv iir. llnti. n.
9 Ti j-,4-
, 17.- -iJunto
4... I t.i' vl.
rfi) nit Bu-gct i u in 'be 1-eg
f c i
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oni at gueriaieu';a!t ot vh raitrad
Irnok at the sa wall at North lesch,
while attempting to jnn.p on a locomo
tive this morning, losf h;s hold and
foil between the tender and front car.
Three cara passed over his arm crush
ing it to a parfect jelly. His injuries
are probably fatal.
San Francisco, Jan. 17. Captain
Peter Mackio has retired from the com
mand of the steamship City of Chester
and Captain Polcmao succeeds him.
Owing to disgraceful di?sentious
anion" the members of tho Pittti Con
cert Troupe, the organization has dis
banded and will go to Australia as in
tended. The statement of the Imperial Bank
of Germany shows an incress in specie
of 4,076,000 marks.
The Idaho Pu-mocrat has n t fu
pended as seated in our hist. We
judge from the tone of a recent isue
.hat Jud. Boj.kin is at the hvhn again.
Mr. Poyakin is a good newspaper man
and has our best wishes. Avalanche.
Tue Trouble in Marsh Basi:i.
' F.o:n Mr. 0. C. Ilayne, Divi.-ion Agent
on the Ovurland road, we learn that a
party of twenty men wearing niaskn,
ontered the house whcie Antonio and
Mayc-o, the two Spaniards who com
tnencod the scooting affray on New
cai ' eve, at Alboin, in Marsh Casio,
Cassia oouuty, were confined and pro-
coeQ,ed to .shoot at the prisoner?. The
result was that the prisoners were
! wounded before the shooting could he
s:opn&d. Tho frclinc in the community
is very utw gainst tue frpantarus,
and as iru-re in n-i juil at Alboin where
irhpy fan kept S'i'ely. the officers
: have ;?jken ih prisoners to M.tlad Cifcv,
t. ( ,,if Wft cun(iV wu.VOi rllcy be
f f tfc fJ " , f 1 : K-nehed.
. . . 7 r: j
Dt. Miliar, yon of J ndue .1. B. Miller.
Lhift jL-tv, informed Mr. liayno, that
Xatl.a:, Harris, the man who was dan-
,rQy W0Bnje . iu the fir?fc shll,lin,,
Rff js t.llivc wiih some h that
ho will recover. Ldr.lio Statesman.
The EufsoK Light. Ir Eiliou ljas
aa' if lied himself tind many others that
be lias at length succeeded in bringing
his electric light to the point where will
son supercede all present appliances
for illuminating purposes. St 11 there
are many who are skeptical and who
insist thattha invention is yet far frum
being what is claimed for. Ex.
fidmiiiistrators Ho tic
Notice is hnvcby given i hat the
undersigned has been duly appoint
ed administrator of the estate of T.
P. Dean, deceased, by the County
Court of Grant County, Stale of Or
egon. All persons having claims
againsi said estate sire required to
present them, with the proper proof,
to the undersigned at hi-, residence,
v r , T. . . ,-t
near-lonn Day City, m Gran!; Coun-
months from the dale of (his notice,
or to M. Dust in, the attorney for
said esta'.o. at his ollice in Canyon
Ciy, Stale of Oregon; and all per
sons knowing themselves indebted
to said estate are required to como
forward and settle. Dated at Can-
Yun Citv, Grant Count
Dee. l!)th, 1870.
n.) i il
B. C. TPvOYTBlUDGE.
Peter KuM Propt'r.
Canyon City; Oregon
and all work in his line made
and repaired in a workmanlike
Particular attention paid te
In connection with the shop
1 have a commodious Feed
Stable. Horses boarded at
DISSOLUTION 0? P AETKEB SHIP.
Xotice is hereby given that the
Copartnership hertofore existing :uul
j doing business in Grant County, Or-
ogon, in the firm name of Segerdahl
6c Roberts, has this day by luutual
j consent dissolved. The book ae-
con n ts of Segerdahl & Eoberts are
, in John Segerdahl' a possession, v.-ho
' still does business at the old stand,
the Golden Eacfle.
Give me a call at the Hotel and
Ecstatirant. where I entertain custo
mers to the best of mv ability, at
reasonable charges. Dated Jan. 8th,
1880. JOHN SEGERDAHL.
A dminis trators Notice.
Notice is hereby given that the un
diMiinod has bof n duly appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Sandfoid C.
Dodrni. deceased by theCfUinty Cm arc
ofCrai.t. (Vunty. S?ato of Or.goo. All
persons having claims atrainst said es
tate are lequire l to piosenfc them, with
the pioper jo oof, to the undersign"d at
his reidi?eo, near Prairie City, in
Grant County, Si to of Oregon, wiihin
r ix months lVoiu the date of tins notice,
or to M. Jhisfin or Go. 1. ("lurry, the
altorneyft f'r said estate,at their ofncts'
in Canyon C'ty, State of Oregon, and
all perso's knowisig theuistdvs indeb:
ed to saiii e.-tato aie reqnised to com!
forward and settle. Da?cd at Oay.m
City, Grant Coun'v, Or'-iron, Jnn. 'Jth,
1S80. SAM UEb ilOUClI,
niO 14. Ad minis! in tor.
Is hereby given t'.iab tho ur.dersigacd
has bfon ainninted 1 v too Coumv
Court of tho State 'J Oreir-::. for (jrant
C unty, ge0Tal adnii"i,,;:i".tor oi' tho
Estate of James T. DojIorr. decayed.
ad all jieraot s owing fa id eta'n ??e
heiohy not' lied, to tjott'o tlio same ia-nn'dip.t-
ly. and all pn'-:iB h"tli;ig
claims -wiinst said Estate are notified
to present the. &amo, d'i'y v&rifud, as
required by-law to fch und8ivigi-d ad
minlstnito'r nc l anyon City, Grant
Co'uvy. Orevion. within si:: months
fnm th.3 dat? herenf.
GKOUGJ5 A. BJI2S0N.
Datod January, 2d, 1SS0. 30-3.
SAW-MILL FOR SALE.
The undersigned ofrors for sale
the Slriivbom Saw Tvlill, belonging
to D. B. IMnehart and Estate of K.
W. Fist:, deceased; and situated on
the headwaters of Sfra wherry Creek,
Grant Couniy, Oregon. Together
with ') olvO good work oxen, yokes,
chains. Tucks and all other appur
tenances belonging to said mill.
The mill has been put in good re
pair, with new saw, new reservoir
and lumber railway attachment, and
everything ready for successful work.
The water-power is of the boat in the
county and tho finest body of timber
in close proximity to the mill.
Apply immediately and thereby
secure this valuable property, as wo
are determined to sell.
Terms: One third Cash in hand,
the balance in 1 timber on one and
two years time.
D. B. KIXEHAT5T.
Canyon City, January, KUh, 1S80.
All those knowing' themselves in
debted to D. B. liinohart and estate
of X. W. Fifk, deceased, (formerly
known under plie company name of
Fish & Ivinehart.) will please settle
the same immediately; and all those
having leal claims against said com
pany will present them properly ver
ified for settlement.
D. B. RIXEHAET.
January Kith, 1880; tf
The undersigned having been du
ly appointed administratrix of tho es
tate of V. P. Chilli n, late of Grant
County, Oregon. All persons having
claims against said estate -will pre
sent the same to me at my residence
in Grant County, Oregon, with le-
gal proofs of their correetnes
MARA M. CLAxLIN,
Tn inn, iKRn. AdnnnkfvMtiv
J till. J.VUj
Tho Chicago "Weekly News is what
its name indicates a news paper.
It fairly bristles vitli news. The
"Weeldv News and the Grant County
News both for 3. 50 a year, (invar
able in advance,) postage included.
Send your subscription to this office.
Main Street, Canyon City, Oregox,
J. W. HOWARD, SC. D.
37.iv in"- recently received a
of Dm ss and Medicines 1 am
! thing usually kept in a First Class Drug House, at reasonable
Prices. ten a full Stock of the btandard Patent Medicines on
band. Call, everybody, and see, and buy of my fresh goods.
J. W. HOWARD, M. D., Proprietor.
H A C
Is still at Ms post, at John Day City, deal
ing out the very choicest Groceries, also keeps a full stock of
Foots, Shoss, Clothing, Calico, Tobacco, Crockery, Granite
Ware, 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.
TPf fOTA WITS?!? ?W rj- AMf1 f!0T?N
rf -Si. ULrlim
CORNER MAIN" aiid WASHINGTON S'iS.. CANYON" CITY.
ti I W & ft
A ! )
TIN W ARE
CAN VOX (1TV, OllKt-ON,
5Cooyn ooisjstaiif ly It.: id n ood jir
STOVES AND T1NYVAHE
'lati "u-V oti or r'ti.-'.r' j;iy kcf.t in a tirs:
at 4voiu:ra7K ntr e-.
fi-tuiilfSlliUil u&udaiw Mb
Canvon Citv, Oregon.
List and Price oi seeds as below:
Onions. Y'dlow Danvers. )v fa 52 5U j
ParM'.j s, limr, per lb 81. j
Canon, L'mi Oiiuje, p r io I
IJcets. lr)t:i' irnvoih. jo- Ih 8') 75.
CabhuL-e, WiiUftr, p.-r lb 82.
, is. ale, bco'ch. p"r outice 0 o.
Jieaua, Ghuit Wax, per U SO 2f).
Corn, Cro.-hy's K'jriy, per pint 30 25. f
Peas McLean's Premier Lon: jier
pint SO 50.
TurnipSjEnrly Flat Dutch, pel lh 81.00.
Onion JSe?; .'or Ih 50 35.
8rpish, fluhbiird, pir piper, 0 25.
Ihulish anl Lf-ttiK-e, per paper SO 25. j
liutal)nia,V lute Kussiau.per lb bl.OU.
All orders Promptly filled for cash,
n-ll-tf JOHN A. GARRISON.
MORE HE AD & C LID AVER
Manufacturers and dealers in
F1 f the Best 3rand. Gra-
. , r i bi i
ham 1 lour, Corn Meal, Shorts,
Bran and Feed. For a
of flour go the Strawberry
Mills. These Mills are located
in Strawberry Valley, in the
upper John Day Valley, Grant
County. $g Acconimoda
lions a speciality. Reasonable
jprices. Give us a call. cf
am iiiiii ..mi aa.T.ta Mnwwt.Mii i mi immi i iirni i
full and carefully selected stock
fully prepared to furnish every-
U E N E
lAfflf IE, GROGKHBY. E!C.
. a rrvn-m. vr. a. jaobs
OVERLIOLT & JACOBS,
Wo gen .r?1aKinK:& "Carponterinc'-
Tacns and Sttggios repaired at reaa
nale rates Spores, Erakeburs, Az
l$r, Foiled, Plow B.as, Efcs., for Salo.,
Biulrti:-nri Jobbing prompt
ly attended to.
Boors, S&sli,. Etc.,
Conslanllv on hand and
made to order.
I lftrp..';hingtcii St., Canyon City, Oregon
CrFtnntly on ham! nnd fnr pale,
iSuperior to any in tbo State.
. FINK WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
ALSO, 5JALT. MALT VINEGAR, AND
CHOICE CALIFORNIA HOPS AND
LAGER BEER WHOLESALE
LIQUORS AND WINES,
For solo in quantities leea than FIVE GAL
LONS. IT THE POET OFFICE!
Stationary. Spectacles and
Eye Glasses, Candies, and Nuts.
Subscriptions taken, at Publishers'
Rate?, for all the Leading Papers and
Magazines published in THE UNITED
STATES. Agent for Titus Bro., Jew
elers, Albany, Oregn. Watches Clean
ed and Repaired.