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CANYON CITY, OREGON, SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1880.
TERMS: 3. PER YEAR.
(fkmit Countu Wctroi
C. W. Parrisit,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Canyon City, Oregon.
' M. L. OLMSTEAD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Canyon City, Ouf.uon,
Gi:o. B. CuuitEY,
.ttornoy cvt Hjcvxrf
Canyon City, Oregon.
Attorney' at Law,
Canyon City, Oregon.
E. C. IIORSLEY,M D. "
GllADUATK OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PENN-
sylvania, April 8, 1S48.
Canyon City, Oregon.
Office in his Drug Store, Ma'n
Street Orders for Drugs promtly filled.
No profesinnul patronage solicited
unless directions aie s'rictlv followed
J. V. HOWARD, M. D.,
Canyon City, Chant Co., Oregon.
0. M. D0DS0N, 31. D.,
2?raizio 0"t3?-? - Ogn.
N. K. BOLEY,
J&y-Dontal romis first dmr south of
Dr Howard's Drn St me.
Canyon City. Oregon.
G. I. TlAZELTINE,
CANYON CITY, OREGON.
n csidcr.ee--J chn Day, Crant Coun
Announce that they have re
ci'iveri a 1 "i ill and well assorted
wiiicli they olibr
Having bought for Cash we
e prepared to sell our Goods
Cheaper than they were ever
l.efore sold in this Market.
Canyon City, Jan. 1G. 1880.
The cheapest place to hay
PA I WIS, OS 13,
And tVALL PAPER
Is at Sam. Sired's, opposite
the M. E. Church, Canyon
City, Oregon. nl2tt.
JOHN DAY CITY,
We keep the best qualities of
VEAL, COBNED BEEF,
PORK, HAM, BACON
Constantly on hand and for sale at the
LOWEST MABKET BATES.
'DhnDay Oct. 30th, 1879.
N. Rulison. A. II. Ghotu.
Canton City, Oregon,
RULISON & GROTH, - - Proprietors
Brg leave to inform their frionds
And tlio Public Generally
That they can bo found at the
And are alwaws ready to famish good
Board and Lodging
AT MODERATE PRICES.'
A Are and burglar proof sife has
lvcn placed in the house for the accom
modation of miosis.
PRAIRIE CITY, OREGON,
J. IL Nardman, Proprietor.
Tho accommodations at tho above Hotel ere
sfoml, and is very care will bo taken to inko
gu"Jf foci at homn.
.JT-Comfor'.'tb'o bode, nr.d a? good o tiMs
as tho market ulTords furnished at reasonable
W. XV. JOIIXSOX, Proprietor.
n aving completed my TTotcl
1 am prepared lo entertain the
traveling public w;lh care and
comfort. The table is supplied
with the best the market allbnls.
The beds are neat and clean.
JMLL1SS AND BAKEIt CUT
Taile & Co., Proprietors
Depait- from Canyon Cily for Th.'1
OtiTes ami Baker City, Daily.
Arrives from the saijie point?, .Daily.
K C. Williamson, Sup't.
CA.XYOX CITY McD XIUM
FSAIvS MeSSil-V, - - Proprietor
Departs from Canyon City
cn Monday. Thursday, and Sai
urdiiv of o;ich week.
Arrives fit Canvm. Citv on
Sundry, Yedneda)r and Fri
day of each w eek.
J. OLtiVER & CO,
Proprietors of the
John Day MWk Ranch
AVill furnish the people or John Day
and Cstnyon Cities with milk by the
gallon cr quart.
We sell the hest of nsillt, and our
charges are reasonable.
J UN wr.OLSKY
WOOLSEY k IIOUSMAN,
CANYON CITY, OREGON.
rfflUE 3AIt ia eappliod with pure Wines and
-- Liquors, Beer, Alo, Bitters and Cigars
FINE BILLIARD TABLES
In tho Sa!o-n. ?Give us a call.
Put up expressly for Family
Use, in three pound cans.
Warranted, finer, better and
cheaper than the Imported To
matoes, By G-. W. Houston,
Canyon City, Oregon. For
sale by Phil, Metschan & Co.,
Gundlach& Bro and the Proprietor.
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SAN FRA11CISC0, April, 26.
The funeral of the late Chas.
D-vr . i ,
e lonng took place yester-
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day afternoon, from the family
residence, The house Was
beautifully decorated with
flowers. The mother of the
rl noon car urno n-if n vnnfinl 1 1 1.
ing the funeral services, re-
maininor in her room broken
t . -s.
down wit i frriat. She has not
looked upon the face of her
, .. ,
son since aeatn, saying
wisnea w preserve ner remem-
brance of hilll as he last ap-
neared in life. Rev. Elkan
Cohen conducted the funeral
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ingabriet sermon, and oiler-
ing a prayer, after which the
coflin was placed in the hearse
ana me procession siarteu lor
the cemetry in the following
order: Carriage conveying
Hi. Orlrl T?llnwe nnrl
cmployees of the Chronicle;
n., 1....11 n t.t
Lloyd, Papliael Weill, MOSCS
Rpilpr Pr TTnllnTifl 1
Henderson, L,0U1S ii. UUll, JOIin
r t- i r - iiillTl
P.Jones, B, A, Wardell, John
iimmins, h. J. Anderson, Maj.
0. Livermore, L. N. Jacobs,
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John McW ilhams, John Law.s,
Henry H. Libbing and Paul
Kcvacr. Other mourners .and
fi'ends followed in some thirty
carriages. On arrival at the
cemetry an immense crowd
was found awaiting the arrival
of the precession, the street-car
Ki.ftt. li.nMiifr Konn tnvnH fn
tneir uunosu capacity uuring
the morilinr. The codlll was
piawu uij auuLuuKJo 111 uuia ui
l..'vr .--- nf iAf i ii !' - I I I
and rast uranu Alexander
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read the Odd Fellows ritual,
after which the CofTlll was re-
moved to the vault. The rela-
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remams and tlie procession re-
turned tO town and the Crowd
At the Sand Lob yesterday
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11 II1 LlVJll 1 (LO llJUUVj WI Lll.
Kalloch-De Young affair, the
speakers, it is underStocd, act-
inn; under instructions from the
Mayor Kallooh Impeached.
San Francisco, April 4. At a meet,
in"- of the board of supervisors hist
evening the judiciary comraitee, who
had been instructed to take into con
sideration the utterances and addresses
of Mayor Kulloch and to report what,
if any. incendiary language he h-is used
publicly, and to report proper action to
be tak n by the board in the premi.es,
filed a long report reviewing the histo
ly of tho labor agitation and the part
borne in it by Kalloch, finding that he
lias encouraged a lawless and discoo
tented element, advised them to pa
rade the streets and endeavored to keep
them in such disprsition and tempera
ment as to commit an outbreak when
ever it slmuld suit his purposes; that
he has impeached the honesty of the
wlmle community, accused various
branches of the city government of cor
ruption and dereliction of duty, and
under pretense of counselling a mob
against violence insidouply advised
them to be in readiness for bloodshed
and overthrow of the authorities. They
expressed the opinion that Kalloch is j
unscrupulous and unprincipled and do-
void of iwriJ ud fidfc blic
intsrets,, aod th tbe time h&i arrired
f k , . . ,
for tlio board to xpresa tliir conuui-
natiou of Lis acts and nudum end
fclmt prompt action be taken to rindi
cat the fair fame of tbe muoicipalily
by a judicial into KalleL,b,8
A mot-on to adopt the report ?as
put i,y Mayor Kallooh, who ammunced
on viva voice vote that it was carried.
n ill i
1,le " owieu, rssuitm-i -nt-
un""inious T"'" for d"i"
A n solution wut then adoi
.juikomed the uiumce o-jniiaittco to
cau.sejudici.il procaciings to be
tutod auinst the mayor for hi reinov-
al ,nun office aud e(uP0VTerin them t0
ly counsel and prosecute the mat-
tor tn b -!pflv liMn in-it inn iriimrli
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resolution, ICalloeh appear! cool and
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unmoved, appending to consider only
l,dipuitv ofhis position as presidio
Discovery of a Rich Tockct near Baker
S- A- Heilner, under date of April
2ofh, write- the tol!ovring to the (Jiv-
g.mian: ''xMu.ssr.s. Hayes k Uo., while
oiofDfeiinjr a oui a uioniu airo m a
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fiiMviv riiirip nvrntMt iv thrm nnfl oth
tfrs, cnnaistiug of G'-orge iluyes, S.
UtteuhcimtT, J. Crow- t-nd ll.iakel,
i:imr nil. iii whiif. ui v um farmed .1 nnnk
-r - - r
eL Mr. ILiyo aud sonant Mr. John
p;"t owner., wt-u to
work ouiet.v a!iu bou:tH Jiitssrs. nas-
kei ouc-nhViu.er und CW ut, aud
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liw Wilis ruwe vi a wumh uujuua pvi
. Tf silint.afB 4hfi . Bt iliiir
inj in width ud uehness, aud so far
"!ti:" ol,t ov" :-0'000' ui'r"!'3
1 nil Mini inc nrnii'ecis u tu v uvor
ihlis. the chiiictH are thtv viii taie out
7 I I 4
millinus. ihev m'ljhing equalsi it,
exceut tuc UoiU mil exei?ejmnt in
.1 I it f 1 Ml
Jack-on Co. fa. Otlunhi-unr k Co
have rock on exhibition of which & ton
is worth from SfiU.000 to S75 UOO. Th
strikes utterly iuimeisi-nd the Talue
or the mine cannot U eBtuu.SL-a
Sfrani:e thnt mine is in tue uumtj
lH . nci-hbor'-ood, ab.mt .ir miles
from HaUr City, and lu been pt.s
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irtl(.s sinee lyQ-i.
imnemccca. (Ner ). Aunl 2fi
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The Silr,r Slttte contuiu, tho ollow.
hm r. utire to C. W. Hymr who is
to he hunt; t i.duy: '-Quite n number
"f ladies assembled in the Sheriff,s of-
Gee last evening, where services were
field by Ue. M. Iroudale, Kev. Mar-
tmi and M Yau Llin q W.
Hymcr, the condemned youth, was con
duet-d by Shi-iift Miller from his cell
to he joined m tn. ser-
i . . T1
aliorded him much consolation. lie
lippeawa to be much affected and at
the close of the services book hands
a11 vvestni aml nktd lt(m for
the kindness shown hiim and he con
sol tion wh eh their prav era and hymns
afforded him. Ho bays he entertains
no euinity against anybody and is re
signed to hi faie. There has been a
great deal of predjudiee existing against
Hyinor in the northern part of the
county, where T. K. West, who was a
very popular young mim, as known;
but it should be itincmbcred that the
fatal she: was fired when Hymer's blond
was up, and that he did t lie ia wait
to take the life f his victim.
New Yoi.k,. April SC. Private in
formal n from Atlanta says that of
the delegates Sherman has 12; Blaine, j
9; and Grant, 1, in the delegation o j inducements are being made to immi
(jhicago. .The Blaine club at Wash J gra,, m that direction. One ateam
inirton elaims six Ohio Congrcnsional er l.in(ieu nearly 2,000 Gormans at
Districts for Blai e Secret .ry "Bart- Baltimore last Sunday.
lett, of the Blaine club, aays Blame
has 8 delegates in the Virginia and 15
in the Georgia delegation. Blaine's
friends claim that if this is carried
General Grant eonnor possibly hope to
get majority in the Chicago Conven
tion, no matter if he gets all that 13
claimed for him.
mo DftQCD may bo found on fllo at Geo. P
mo rRrCli Rowell & Co's Newspaper Ad--vertismg
Bureau (10 Spruco SU, where advertising
contracsa may tjomadeior it l-N iw U1C
A MODEL SUBSCRIBER.
"Good moruini. Mr. Edikor, how are
the folks to-day ?
I owe you for next year's paper I
thought I'd come and pay;
Aud Jones is agoin' to take it, and this
is his money herd;
I shut down ltMidin' itto him, and coax
ed him to try it a year.
"And hore'a a few little items that hap
pened last week in our town;
I thought they'd look good for the pa
per, no I just jotted rai down;
And here's a basket of peaches my wife
picked expressly for you,
Aud a small bunch of flowers from Jen
nie nsIw thought she ust send
in me thin too.
"You're doing the locals finely, as all
our family agree;
Just keep your old goose quill a-flap-ping,
and give them a o jd one for me;
And now you are chuck full of business,
nd I won't be tuking your time,
I'ts things of my own I muttend to
jiOod clay, sir, I believe I will climb."
The editor sat ia liis sanctum, and
brought dowu his fist with a thump;
"God bless that eld farmer," ho mutter
ed, ''he's a regular jolly old trnmp."
And 'wis thua with our noble piofoision,
and thus it will ever be atill;
There are some who appreciate its labor
and Bume, who, p'ih:ps never will.
But, in the great tiroa that is eoming,
when Gabriel's trumpet shall s morl,
And they who have labored and rested
shad come from tho quivering
When they who have striven and suff
ered tu teach und ennoble the race,
Shall march ot the lea 1 of the column,
each one in his God-giruo place;
As thoy march through the jzates of the
city, with p$iud and victorious tread,
Tha editor nd his assistants will travel
not fur from the head
As -we walked up street a few days
ago we were cornored by a man and
the folio wini? conversation onsued:
" 'Shep hero is $G, sond the pa
per to my brother and also to me,
here is three dollars that E. sent in,
he wants the News: and as you have
made the .aper a success here, wo
are going to get you more subscrib
ers for your labor."
Our special Artist happening
alon? in timo to catch the last five
words, took the liberty to make the
New York. April 27. An unusual
feature of the preseut heavy imraig ra
tios from Europe is the steady move
ment west and southwest by the Balti
more & Ohio railroad. Extraordinary
ro Vista, (Jul.. April 27. Tho
Sacramento River is higher at this
place to-day thnn at any time this yoar.
All the Cache Slough country is hope
lessly Hooded. The island leeves so far
as heard from are still holding out,
though it is said they are softeniog io
several places on Brannan and Grand
Islands, so that a heavy wind just now
would be disasterous?.
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