Grant County news. (Canyon City, Or.) 1879-1908, February 28, 1880, Image 2

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OSiaicl Paper For Grant County.
Canyon City,. Saturday Feb. 28, 1880.
S.
H. SiinPiijERD, Editor
NEUTRAL IN POLITICS UNDER
ALL CIRCUMSTANCES.
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OURREASGN.
Friend IcComas, of the Sentinel,
desires to know why the papers that
Avere represented and took part in
the forming of a Journalistic Union
last Fall at JCnion has not published
the "Sentinel Black List" and why
they have not published their own.
Wc have been silent heretofore, but
will now inform Iac. as to why we
have failed to publish his l)lack list.
When the Sentinel containing the
black list was received at Canyon
City we heard numerous conversa
tions in regard to the same, and one
man said, "Why, I never owed the
Sentinel a dollar;" another one said
'liiey nave me down tor SG and I
never had the paper but about IS
months and paid $3; another man
who subscribed and received the pa
per for a number of years said, "I
am not in the black list and I have
received the paper for a long time,
and have not jiaid. " And hearing
such remarks as the above from some
of our best men, we began to think
that perhaps it would be a good idea
for publishers to send a note to debt
ors and have some -undertaking be
fore they put the names in the list
of mon who did not owe and leave
out the names of those who did owe,
hence we let the "Black List" slide.
In regard to our list we never had
a black list and do not expect to have
one, and moreover the Ivews has
NEYER dunned its subscribers for
a quarter of a dollar and we do not
believe we will ever bo compelled to
do so, hence our reason for not pub
lishing "our black list."
Li regard
to the "dun"
that the
Sentinel quoces from us we vail sim
ply say that that dun was to parties
who owed the Bedrock Democrat
and had no connection with the
Grant County News, but as we sta
ted at the time, the accounts were
old subscription bills due the Bed
rock Democrat and which we had
taken in settlement with that office
and had no illusion to the News; so
that does away with that complaint
If Mac. will look over the file of
the Bedrock Democrat he will sec
that wo were the first jjerson in
Eastern Oregon that ever published
a black list- or had the grit to tell
who cheated lhe printer and as ear-
' as 1878 suijfested that if brother
Journalists wuild follow our exam
ple we would stop parties from swin
dling newspaper -
Aa to the rule adopted for adver
tising, the News adopted the prices
laid down by the Union und )iit its
prices down to the same rates. It
certainly was in good faith or we
would not have decreased our rates
to comi')!' with tho? adopted.
"What v7o IieeJ.
Steins Mountain Feb. IS.
The southern part of this county
now is and always will bo depend
ent upon those localities where the
altitude is not so .reat, and are bet
ter adapted to agriculture, for sup
plies of grain, Hour and bacon.
That the John Day valley is the nat
ural source of supply is evident, but
at present there is but a small por
tion of the large amount consumed
in this section that comes from that
locality, simply for the want of a
good wagon road from Canyon City
to Camp Harney and from Happy
"Valley to Juniper Lake. With rail
road communication east and west
so that the merchant's of Canyon City
can compete with Keno and Winne-
mucca and a good wagon road from
Canun Citv to the south end of the
couuv. the John Davvallev would
become o"i? oC t'ie most prosperous
Jocalilles in Eastern Oregon.
T.
DEALERS 1ST
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BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
LIQUORS AND
SUTLERS5 GOODS "
Of Every Description.
Grant County, Oregon-.
od Cider Vinegar
lr OK SALE?)
By the barrel, keg or gallon,
AT F HI J IT RARCIl
Three miles East of Canyon
City, Oan., Cheap for Cash.
ALSO
APPLES and CIDER
In quantity at the lowest rates
for cash,
FISK & RINEITART.
Fruit Ranch, Oct. 4th, 1ST9.
The cheapest place to buy
PA SOTS, G9 IS,
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GLASS, PUTTY,
VARMSS5-3ES
And f ALL PAPER
Is at Sam. Sired' s, opposite
the M. E. Church, Canyon
City, Oregon. nl2tt
Tlie John Day Mills are in full op
oration now, and are turning out the
uery best brands of Flour, Graham
Flour and Mill feed. All orders
left at the Mill or with Gundlach &
Bro., will be promptly filled. tf.
PREMIUM !
Th' Inlrst ui I i.ro luc- :.nni: ink than
is c nt 'in (1 m twenty FiVEbotrli,coni
inonly s -!tl at ten cenN eal'. l contains
both liquid ini: nfildry ink niatoiiji; pro
ducing the best, df ink of rich bluck or
violet color. The ftand is mul of hand
somp, highly ornamental metal, and is
very durable. The ink is made by the
consumer by simply filiing the fount with
water.
licgulnr retail Price, oO cents each.
"Wo will send one of the above ink
stands, postpaid, to every subcriher re-
mittim: ."0 cenis forrmc annual subscnp
t ion to our 'FA SHI OX GUDE,' which
is is-ued sen:i-annna'lv, and contains in
each number over 300 beautiful illustra
tions of the latest and most disirable
fashions in La lies' and Gents' we ir, be
sides the lowest quotations of difiten-nt.
ncoi'sin ncrlv all br-'oiehrs of trade.
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Publisher '-Fash on (iui'te."
281 GEAND STREET. NEW YOBK
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J0 Est.
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The undesigned, wishing to engage
in oilier business, will sell cheap for
cash the f -die-win:! property:
A Well Situated Kanch
one mile from Canyon City, on the
Harney road, good dwelling house,
milk house, cellar, stable and other out
build inf?. Fencing giod; n'so 40 head of
BROOD MARES AND COLTS,
more or less; some of the bet blood in
the county. Also one 5 year old Stal
lion, sired by Johnnv Moore.
Also an improved mower for sale.
150 HEAD OF STOCK CATTLE;
about fifty of them good Dairy Cows,
also a lot of Work Horses and Mules,
together with freight and light wagons,
harness, and other fixture?. Concord
Buggy and harness. The above prop
erty will be sold in bulk at a reasonable
price for half cah down balanco on time
with good security. For further partic
ulars inquire of the undersigned or W.
H. Clark. TAT MULCARE.
n4'5-n3v2.
XOTICE TO DEBTORS ! !
All persons knowing themselvesin
debtcd to the undersigned are re
quested to settle before the first of
March, as after that date all .accounts
and notes will be placed in the hands
of an attorney for collection.
uRWT JOHN MARSHALL.
Administrator's Sale.
Isotice is herebv mvon that th.e un
dersiuiicd Avill sell at Public Salo to !
the highest and best bidder therefor,
the following Beat Property situated
in the County of Grant. State of Or
egon, and moro particilarly describ
ed as the south east quarter () nec
tion twcnt'-si: (k2(5) township thir
teen (lo) south range 2'.), E. W.
containing one hundred and sixty
acres, and belonging to the estate of
John Berburger, Sr., late of said
county. Sale to take place at the
Court I-iousG door in Canvon Citv,
said countv and state, at the hour of
15th dav of Marcli, A. D., 1380.
J crms Cash m hand or upon time :
not to exceed six montiis from dato
of sale, with approved security. Sale
by order of Countv Court.
JOHN PIEBBUBGEB.
n-io 19. Administrator.
On or about the 1st of November.
1879, from near the Dean sav in:ll,
oiie black horsi; branded circle bar on
left shoulder and C. P. on left hip.
Also out; black hor.e branded circlo bar
on left shoulder.
A reward of $20 will be given for
the delivery of the above horses to the
stable of Wood & Church, in Canyon
City. Ii. STEXGEIt
Canyn City, Feb. lo. ti-iO-lm.
AUCTIOK !
I will sell at auction at the corrall
of "Wood & Church, in this city, on
April 1st, 1SS0, threo mares and
two colts.
ii-15-tf JOHN MULCARE.
ELASISIITH SHOP
Peter Kuhl Propt'r.
Canyon City; Oregon
BUGGIES,
WAGOXS,
PLOWS,
and all work in his line made
and repaired in a workmanlike
manner.
Particular attention paid to
HorsB-sboBlnec
In connection with the shop
I have a comm. odious Feed
Stable. Borses boarded at
Reasonable Prices.
PETER KUHL.
FOK SALE.
A fine babv carriage for sale at a
very reasonable price. Inquire at
this office.
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Main
J. W. H
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Having recently received a full and carefully selected stock
of Drugs, and Medicines 1 am fully prepared to furnish every
thing usually kept in a First Class Drug House, at reasonable
Prices. Also a full Stock of the Standard Patent Medicines on
hand. Call, everybody, and see, and buy of my fresh goods.
J. W. HOWARD, M. D.f Proprietor.
Is still at Ms post, at John Bay City, deal
ing out the very choicest Groceries, also keeps a full stock of
Roots, Shoss, Clothing, Calico, Tobacco, Crockery, Granite
Ware, faucy Cups and Saucers, and General Merchandise.
My Store is always welcome to everybody whether they come
to buy or merelr to see the goods.
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TEE CHEAPEST BOUSE IN GRANT COUNTY
TO BUY
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CANYON CITY, ORi.ON.
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STOVKS AND TINWARK
Ami oyc.) otiicr nrticti'S usnal'y kpt ia fir:
Tin Establisliincsat,
AT MODERATE PItrCES.
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BY JOHN A. G-AEEISON,
Canyon City, Oregon.
List and Price of seeds as below:
Onions, Yellow Danvers, r lb S2,50.
Par-nips, Tj'nLr, per lb 5?1.
Carrots, Lonir Oranjic, per 1! 51.
J5eets. Loml Smooth, er lb 0 75.
Cabbage, AViuier, per lb $2.
Mustard, White, per ounce SO 50.
Kale, Scotch, per ounce fcO .').
Pcans, Giant Wax. per lb SO 23.
Corn, Croby's Early, per pint SO 25.
Pea?, McLcau s Premier Lonj: per
pint 30 50.
Turnips.Early Flat T)utch,pei lb 31.50.
Onion Sets; per lb SO 35.
Squash. Hubbard, per paper, 0-O. j
Kadish anil hettuee, per paper SO Jo.j
PvutabaUa,AVhite Kussian,per lb 31.50.
All onh-rs Promptly tilled for cash.
n41-tf JOHN A. GA11RISOX.
Stallion for Salo-
Sired by George Wilkes, foalded on
July 5th, 1875. Dam my izod mare,
iMollio C x; her stock was Whip, Copper-bottom,
ami Lummox, said horse
is a medium chestnut color, star in fore
head, four white feet like his great
grand.-ho Lexington; willwoigh in good
flesh 1,290 lbs. Well broke to saddle,
is kind and gentle. Any one wishing
to purchase such a horso will do well
to come to my premises on Murderers
Creek and sec him and his colts or ad
dress the undersigned at Dayville Ore
gon.
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P- C. DAVIS.
Blank Deeds for sale at this
office.
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Street, Caxyon City, Oregon,
D., - - PROPRIETOR.
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1ABDWABB. GlOCffill ETC.
N GT0N ST&, CANTON CITY.
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OYER 10 LT & JACOBS,
Wagon Making; & Carponterlnc.
"Wagons and Sag'giea repaired at rcaa
cnabls ratsa Spok C3, Urakebiirs, Az
lcs, Tollses, ?lo-r Ijania, Etc., for Salo
Building and Jobbing prompt
ly attended to.
Boors, Sash, Etc
Constantly on hand and
made to order.
JITT
IKWKKV
AND
SALOON,
T7asliingtoii St., Canyon City, Oregon
pm Q, SULS, - - PrOPtY.
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ConatAiitly an bur 6 and for a hit,
3jgr Boor,
Suparior to any in the State.
fixe WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS
LSO, MALT. MALT VINEGAR. AND
CHOICE CALIFORNIA HOPS AND
LAGER BEER WHOLESALE
and RETAIL.
LIQUORS AND WINES,
For salo in quantities lass than FIVE GAL
LONS. AT Til POST OFFICE!
E. HALL,
ID 353 Xj 3E3 3?. X 3NT
Stationary. Spectacles ana
Eye Glasses, Candies, and Nuts.
Subscriptions taken, nt Publishers
Kates, for all the Leading Papers and
Mp.gazines published in THEUOTTEB
STATES. Agent for Titus Bro., Jew.
elers, Albany, Oregn. Watches Clean!
ed and Repaired.jJ
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