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About Grant County news. (Canyon City, Or.) 1879-1908 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 9, 1880)
The M Cooty Sets,
Saturday Morning, Oct. 9; 1 880.
The Grant County News is regis
ter kd AT THE POST-OFFICE AT Ca.N-
yon City as second class mail
matter; according to law.
HOB A II LODGE No. 22, IOO.
F , uu eU every Thursday evening
a th"ii- Lnd R,,. ni in ('anion City!
Visiting broiliers r invited to af end.
By Ord. r ofN". G.
MOUNTAIN VIEW LODfiB,No
33. I 0. 0. F., Prairie City, Ore
g'm, m-pts evu-y Saturday Evi hi".
Members of the order are invited to
attend. By order of th N. G.
Last Friday evening several of the
good ladies of this city put up a job
on the editor hereof and his wife by
escorting about 50 of the town peo
j)le to our residence for the purpose
of celebrating our tenth aniversarv.
They brought presents as follows: '
jsly. and Mrs. It. JLockwood, 5 tin
pans, 3 tin plates, 1 cake cutter and
a large vegetable grater; Maud Hors
ley, egjr beater aud tea strainer: Mr.
"Win. Garrison, dust pan; Mrs. Car
rie Turk, secretary, and bank box;
Miss Ada "Yorswick strainer; Clay
Todhunter, lantern; Mr?. Fisher,
pint measure; Mr. and Mrs. 0. P.
Cresap, bank box and 0 cake plate,
Miss Sarah Hubbard, stew pan: Mr.
and Mrs. M. N. Bonhaui, stew pan;
Mrs. John Schmidt, 7 pie pans; Mr.
and Mrs. Dr. Howard, flesh-fork;
tor. and Mrs. Carlos Bonhanf, dip
per and cake pan; Mr. and A'rs. P.
Metschan, tea-pot; Mrs. Win. Gray,
tea-pot and pepj)er box; 'r. and
Mrs. Olmsted, bmket;E. E. Puring
ton, pan; Miss Anna Overholt, tea
pot; Air. and .Mrs. C. W. Parrisli,
several pans; Mr. and Mrs. N. Ral
ison, colfee pot and 3 fruit caas; Mr.
and Mrs. AY. S. Southworth, cake
pan; Aiss Julia Fleschman, stew pan
Mr. and Mrs. AV. A. Jacobs, lare
stew pan; Mrs. I. H. Wood, wash
basin; Mr. and Airs. CIiuk. Gray,
large water bucket; E. E. Puringtoh,
large spoon. Several other articles
were laid on the table but wj failed
to get the name of the giver. My.
Segerdahl very courteously tendered
the use of his dining hall for the ev
ening, where supper was set, after
which the editor procured the ser
vices of those splendid musicians,
AVoolsev and Maev, and those? that
liked 'tripped the light fantastic toe.
It was quite a surprise and Mr. and
Mrs. Sliejmerd herewith present the
kindest wishes and thanks to their
friends on the occassion and espec
ially would they thank J. Segerdahl,
J. AVoobscy aud C. Maey for extreme
Bv reference to another column it
will be seen that Auction will 'be held
at MrsTurk's S.ore from the 15th
inst. on till all the goods are sold. ;
Rare bargains will be oifered and ala
will do well to remember the date. .
Ho! fob. the Fair. johu Fisk wis3
run a four horse conveyance from
Canyon City to the Race Track dur
ing the Fair, and will chargs 1 each
way, or"$l:oO for the round trip.
All orders left with AVood & Church
will be promptly attended to.
Partner Wanted. A sober, steady
man with 700 or S00 can secure a
half interest in a good paying busin
ess by applying soon. Address, to
tf Canyon City, Oregon,
Mr. T. AV. Poindexter and family
will take their departure next week
for the east. They are one of the
.most respected families in this city
and the citizens regret to have them
leave our town.
The Trey Brothers, on Peter
potatoes as can be raised any place.
"They have an abundance of the same
ort for sale Orders left with Pe
te Kuhl will be prourptly filled.
AVe hear of several parties that are
desire to build in this city providing
ihey could secure a lot. We will
cay some .thing more about it next
Boarding House. "We take pleas- J In Time of Peace Prepare for War !
ure in informing those who intend I Now is the time to buy your fire-attending-the
Fair that we have es- arms- Winchester Rifles 25 to $35;
i i t i iti i ,t i Remington Rifles $20 to $25, Sharps,
tabhshed a hotel or boarding house Q r -n-a i nA J ' 1
. , sporting Rifles double triggers, any
.u Siuuuua wv x,u.ix w
procured at G per week or meals at
N. Or. KIMBERLAN,
"The Grant County News, from
away out in Oregon, comes to us in
an eight page forty folumn form.
The people out there should be ex
tremly proud to have such a deter
mined man at the holm of their local
paper. AVe know he is determined
from experience "Hud.", do you
remember when you threw the iron
! sheep foot at my head, missed me,
j knocked 20 feet of stove )ipe down,
I r ji ii t ii i ii
pieu a guney or type ana tnew a lull
bucket of water on me ? The Ore
gon people will soon learn Mr. S. as
his older associates knew him. That
he gets what he goes after. After a
few years we expect to receive a tri
weekly from our old, triod and true
friend. ' 5 Texas Democrat.
Yes, "Kit.", I well remember the
circumstance, and your slim escape.
Mr. Stevens, of Ft. Harney, and
Phil. Metschan, of this city, started
for Portland last Tuesday to inter
view President Hayes, Secretary
Ramsey and other authorities in re
gard to restoring troops at Fl. Har
ney, and if that should n'OYQ fruit
less then to advise the opening to
settlement of the Reservation. It is
a sensible visit and no doubt they
will succeed in getting soldiers sta
tioued at Harney. The President
and party will return cast about the
15 Mi inst.
(ion. (.'rant in 1SSL
There is no doubt that thosD who
so strongly advocated the nomina
tion of Geu. Grant in 1S30 have on
ly postponed their hopes for four
years and will then make a more de
termined effort to accomplish what
they so narrowly missed at Chicago
this year. The third term snake is,
only "scotched," not killed; but
when a case of backache or kidnevH
complaint gives way before the Ore
gon Kidney Tea, the surrender is fi
nal .and complete, and it will never
rise a.ain. bjld bv all dealers.
CARPENTER & WAGONMAKEIi,
Canyon City. Oregon,
jAt tin- old Muiul of J.'hn Schmidt.
ex do rtp Dr. ifow:id'.s Drug Store
All wo k i'i mv lin-! do e on Short
Notiw, in a sjtislaetory manner, at
U'Msou d)!f C'hsu ir -v.
AiwxiyH p hand an .1 for Sale
PAINTS, OILS, PUTTY,
G LU K. mid WIN IX) W G LAS ,
and S SfT.
Also AXELS, BRKVKH US
PLOW IJKAMS, SPOKKS,
FKLLOfiS, HI-MS, a-d WACON
HX3X(H?Eof thi-bu.M nu.forial in s'ock
N. IUI LISON.
FEES) & SALE STA BLE?
CANYON CITY, OK KG ON.
Hotfies boarded by the Day or Wei'lc
ni ieaoniil)le tet in.j. All Stock hdt in
qui" care receives the best atton ion and
ut i.ost cre.
In connection with the Stable
you will find the
W heie wirk of u 11 kinds in our Line i
done af Prices tint Defy Competit'of.
Hay and grain taken in Ex
change for work.
Robt. Lockwood's mother is in
I the city visiting her children.
, eiii ifr inp i unirs Armv ka.
volvers Nickle related usiner 4A Win
Chester cartridges center fire 15.
We are now sellinp; the Smith & AVes-
son, New model double action Re
volver 38 caliber, center Fire 14
British Bull-dog Revolver 6:50.
Cartridges at reduced prices by AVm.
Beck &Son, Portland, Oregon. ,
Stock of new Cloth
ing, DRY GOODS,
Ju-t rcceivofl. All our Goods
are first class. We buy no dam
aged or inferior goods.
2Prico3 t2ao Lowest I
A i.i. Orders Promptly Filled.
Give us a call when you come
to The Dalles.
Second St,, next door
to French & C's Bank.
O t. 2d, 1880. lra..
The Stock of Merchandise belong
ing to the Estate of the late E. E.
Turk will be sold
at Canyon City; Sale to commence
at 2 o'clock, P. M., on FRIDAY,
THE 15th day of OCTOBER, 18S0,
and continue from day to day until
is disposed of. Sales thereof will al
so take place IN THE EVENING
of each day. The attention of fam
ilies, stockmen and farmers is espec
ially requested, as such on opportu
will not soon again be offered.
M. C. TURK,
The undersigned. will sell at Auc
tion on Tuesday, Oct. 13th, 1880, at
1 o'clock, P. M. All of his house
hold and kitchen furniture, consist
ing in part of Bedsteads, Wardrobes,
Tables, Chairs, Pictures, Carpet,
Parlor and Cooking Stoves, 1 Sew
ing Machine, and numerous other
articles. Also 2 Saddles. At Pri
vate sale .an Organ cheap and on easy
terms. T. W. POINDEXTER.
Dora Eisk is veryickw'ith typhoid
fever, but hopes are entertained for
her speedy recovery.
Sit ua'od opposi e all the Hailrond ai d'
Sfc!-iui?h p Offics. S net cr pasarthe'
house every tive luinutes,
Fiee Co-ich to and from the Honje.
Street Car Ticket' Free to Guesta.
The undersigned hereby pive notice
that they hnve purchased the Clms.
Staley Ranch, sitimtt'd in Giant Coun
ty Ogn., for $1,400, having paidlOO,
piior to this notice, and will piiy $400
on the 1st of Sept., 1880, and on De
cember 1st, 1880, $C00, kwhich is the
last pavmnnt. All pcr ns intenatt d
will please uotice. AH CIUING,
' All GUI,
n21-25 AH SOU.
JACOBS & BASFORD,
Wagon rlaklng & Cftrpenterinc.
Wagons and Buggies repaired at reas
onable rates Spokes, Brakebars, Ax
es, Felloes, Plow Beams, Etc., or Sale.
Buildi ig and Jobbing prompt
ly attended to.
Doors, Sash, Etc.,
Constantly on hand and
made to order.
AT THE POST OFFICE!
3D 33 Xj JS2 3FL X
S.atlonary. Spectacles aiia
Eye Glasses, Candies, and Nuts.
Subscriptions takn, nt Puhlishera
R ifc-, for all tlio Leading Pufers und
ML"izine- published in THE UNITEL
STATES. Ag nt fur 'J itus Br.., Jew
der-. A lb my. Oregn. Wutches Clean
ed anl Hoj.m'red.
te'-Watcln, Clocks nd Jewelry
epuire 1 promptly and satisfactoiil).
Notice of Final Settlement.
H. C. Jarrell, Administrator of the
Estate of John E. Adams, deceased,
having filed in the County "ourt of
the County of Grant, State of Ore
gon, his final account in the matter
of said Estate, all persons are here
by notified that said final account
will be heard and considered on
Tuesday Nov. 2nd, A. D., 1880, all
persons are hereby notified that un
less objections are filed on or before
10 o'clock, A. M., of said day, the
said report will be deemed correct.
n25-29. H. C. JARRELL,
Notice of Final Settlement.
John Marsha 1, Administrator -f the
Estate of M"Si's Z'ok, dece ed, hav
ing filed in he Cou ty Court of the
County of Grtnt, State i Oregon, his
finil account in thtmnttor of aid Es
tate, all per.-ons ore hereby notifi d that
said final nco'Mint will he heard and
considered on Tuesday, Nov. 2r d, A.
I).. 1880, all persons are hen by noli,
fied that unles objections are filed on
or befoie 10 O'clock, A. M of said
day, the report ill be d etnod correct
Miss Douthitt has gone to Port
land to be absent a month or so. It
is her intention the ship the finest
and largest stock of millinery goods
to Canyon City that was ever here.
In this issue will be found the ad
vertisement of N. Rulison. He is
an experienced workman and charges
See Peter Kuhl's new ad. in this
paper. Also that of Kuhl and m acy.
They do excellent work and take ex
tra caro of stock.
WiiJjigtOn St, Canyon City, OregpoH'
P. C. SELS5 - - Propt'r
CoDBtantly on hand and for sale
Superior to anj n the Stat.
FINS WlNES, LIQ0OR'S Atit) Cla;ARS'
ALSO MALT, MALT VINEGAR, ANIX
CHOICE CALIFORNIA BOPS AND"
LIQUORS AND Wltf&Sf,
For sal is qaaotitiea less tbsa FIVE C?a''
We keep the best qualities of
VEAL, CORNED BEEF,
PORK, HAM, ' BACOtf
Constantly on hand and for sale at the
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
F. I. MeCALLUM,
General Merclanflise Dealer
JOHN DAY, -OREGON,
Having enlarged my Store Room andf
st'-ced it with a well selected stock of
General Merchandise lam now pn par
ed to compete with other Merchants in
to Farmers, Miner, Stock Men and
the Public Generally at prices equal to
the luwaat. Call and examine as mv
G OiJa are all freah and of the latest
Dissolution of Co-Partnership,
The Co-Part m rship existing be
wren the undersinned, under ihe name'
of Stemme & Co., at MooumentaJ,
Grant County, Oregon, is this day di3--3
-Ived by mutual consent.
E. J. W. STEMME,
C, S, MILLER,
S. B PARRISH,.
Monumental, Grant Co. Oregon, July
MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING,
Lalies desiring to purchase Sprin
KnU will do well to cull at 111 1.
Douthit's Milinary Store, since she has
FROM NEW YORK,
a full assortment of Ladies, Misses anrj
Children's Hats, also the latest styles
She also keeps a Inrge assortment of
Ladies' Underwear, Embroideries, laces
hose and small articles of every de
scription, of the bet quality and reav
son ble Drices. Nn oraAit oiuw.j
The patronago of all is politely solici
MR k STEMS.
DRY GOODS AND
BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES
Of Every Description.
Grant County Oregon,