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Tie Grant Colli Ms
Saturday Morning, Nov. 13. IS80.
HOB AH LODGE, No. 22. 1 0 0.
E , meets every Thursday evening
at their Lodjre lloom in Canyon City.
Visiting brothers are invited to atteud.
By Order of N. G.
MOUNTAIN VIEW LODGE, No.
33. I. 0. 0. P., Prairie City, Ore
gon, ineets every Saturday Evening.
Members of the order are invited to
attend. By order of the N. G.
"We hereby give notice that all
debts due us must be paid by the
90tT rJnr nf TCToT'ir.-inv 1 0 A.
rL - n ? -1 n i , r
date Will ho nliurnrl m iht li!i-n1a nf
Ai.i-r.4-r. -I T ..fi I
an attorney for collection. Atten-
tion to this notice will save costs.
SNIDER & STEVENS.
Camp Harney, Ogn., Oct. '21, 1880.
A Notkd Yisrroi:. Mrs. A. S. Dun-
lway arrived in our city ou hint Sun
and announced that
she would deliver a course of throe
lectures on the "Woman Question."
She made her appearance before a
crowded house on Monday eveniug
-anil was introduced by S. Ii. Shep
herd, after whicli she made an ex
cellent speech, giving a brief history
of her life. On the following even
ing she gave her argument entitled,
"Why Not?" On Wednesday she
organized a society here, the pro
ceedings of which will be found in
another column. Wednesday even
ing she gave her hist lecture, whicli
she calls her "Centennial Lecture,"
to a crowded house. She took her
departure for Prairie City, on the
following morning, where she lee-
tared on Thursday cveninrr.
Ganyou to Prairie City,
J' unit River,
Deer C rjek,
" The Dalle.
Tiik TiiAMistiivLw Bam.. By re
ferring to an advorricment in an
other column it wiii !e secii tliafc a
irand Ball is to be given in this
city on the 25th in:. The Mhna
gers jiftv:n us tlinfc thry propo.se to
make it the Ball of the' eason. and
that persons attending will bj at but
little expense, save that of a lirket
mid supper, and in view thereof I hey
)ropose to give tiie patrons of the
Agricultural Ball tho best lime ever
3iad in Canvon Ciiv. IJon't fax to
A 11 T;
-r,,v nrt ...... n . i
vt.ll .,.n i "u, -iV i
n ell worth the price. Hho v.ill be
hid to sell a few mow of iheui and ,.l
mm luriiwh any quantity desired.
Jacob k BusforA !iavui;r employ
ed a first, ckrts waon-maker arr now
better iu-ej tared than ever to t. nil
-work, in tli eir line in a prompt and
satisfactory wanner. All work war
Is hereby given that the imtVr
signodhas been duly appointed, hv
the County Courl, of the tate )i'
Oregon, for Grant County, Admin
istrator of the estate of John Paul
deceased, late of Grant County and
.all persons having claims against
said estate, or against the firm of
Paul & Noble, of which the deceas
ed was a member, are hereby noti
ced to present the same duly Verified
-as required by law to the Adminis
trator at his residence on North
JFork, Grant County, Oregon, or to
31. Dustin, the Atty. of the under
signed, at his oflice in Canyon City,
Oregon, within six months from the
Iate liereof, and all persons owing
said estate or firm are notified to
n32-n3G Administrator. J
Dated, Nov. 12th, A. O. 18S0.
. , .-v
secured a go:d!r nniuW' of ub- vn,icty 0f the lat st ! mon luSr ! ln ; n li (
senborx for her leaner aikI sola a lot ... , ' ' s ; -Uasonu tt.ii!,
of her Iwoks, the rule p;ro of whiAi 'KAi'. .i,.., r,.,. ni.j.,lw fl , ! Thursday, Nov. 5
TeatlS 'i3ftT;d nuc Xuwa i son I . . t , .i' tln r-tv
. . " . : . ' v nt Uress-UiinniinL hani. ant l -in -
THE ANNUAL THANKSGIVING
The ladies of the M. E. Church
announce that on the evening of
Nov. 25th, they will furnish their
usual annual Thanksgiving Supper
to the people of Canyon City and vi
cinity Successive tables will be
spread during the evening.
By Order of Committee.
Canyon City, Nov. 9th, 1880.
Mr. and Mrs. Phil. Metschan, of
this city were surprised on last Tues
day evening by the visitation of
quite a number of the citizens of this
place at their residence for the pur
pose of celebrating Mrs. Metschan's
88th birthday. A splendid time was
had and the best supper that has
been set in Canvon for months was
! Ptaken of by their guests
Four Through Lines of Railroad
Are now pointing toward Oregon
the Northern Pacific, the Utah
Northern, the "vVinnenmcca, and one
from Reno. "When all these are
completed, the rush of population
lo thiw; northern section will be won-
i derful, and in anticipation of it,
'Messrs. Hodge, Davis & Co. have
enlarged thsir laciiities lor the man
ufacture of the Oregon Kidney Tea,
which has never been known to fail
in curing' the Avorst cases of back
ache or any disease of the kidneys
or urinary organs of either sex. Sold
Mrs J. 33. "Wilson, Tiffin, Ohio,
sa3s: I have worn an Improved
Excfisiur Kidney Pad, and received
mare relief than from all remedies I
have ever tried. I cheerfully re
commend it to a1.! sufferers. See
If vou Wiint any doors, sash, hard
wood, spekes, hr.rrows, &c.,&c., Ji
cobs & Basfoi'd's is the place to get
Soo ths Masquerade 33all adver
tiGemeni. An addition has been
made to it and embraces instruc
tions to tho.-se that desire to attend.
Tiio Portland Standard advocates
war very strong unless Hancock is
given the eleciorial vote. Now, to
our mind such talk looks foolish and
"Tony" should remember that it
only injures the paity he represents.
Ii Hancock carried Nov' York no
doubt the people will see that he ai
sjgets it, imfc ir woiihl seem wise- to
wait till the National Committee
make some move before some paper
o.OOO mile; awav talks or' rebellion.
The same paper still gives Grant
County to Hancock by 100 majoiitv,
when it received tho full returns in
i the Ni.ws a week a-;o.
1 t . i r ..7-. '
ii'?H'i ai:ois N; Jasior(l s iu4,, ad-i
ycrrispjiient in vac akv.v
. They are
on a Land
M. L. Pturhit t.-ik'.'.s p'tjasnre in an
n:it.c!'i: to di public that s'ne lnf, just
Lvefdved ; ti extensive stock of hat,l.ion- J
ren- u n.ierw.-ar,
7 l I ...
sm'l arti'des ui ev rv de.-crsjumn.
. . . ... ....
Te-i and Shhdd. u-di as are not found
elsewhere in th" plnf1.
Tiic-c iviil be found, on. n full slof-k
of liididav ood-, bontcht especially for
I he season.
S nre rh-1 lia)lacd within reach of
the iatli-snf tlii pt ;f and vic nity the
iv-.st qualiiy of g--d- in thi? line ever
jT?ivd :bem at nriefK rivelini tlioe of
1 -.4- iiae- thj-ihib of Po'tlatid. Khe nn-
i:-!y siinjc ts tie liberal patronage of
J. B. 'Jitus has arrived and will
attend to the wants of his in .any
linger Sewiug Machine Customers.
-Ir. "Jaclv" Philips has made more
improvements on his place by build
ing a new house thereon.
Ih Time or Peace Prepare for War !
-no'.v is the time to buy your fire
arms. Winchester Rifles S25 to 35 :
Remington Rifles .$20 to $2ii,Sliarps;
bportmg Rifles double triggers, anv
cjdiber, 80 inch $03: Colte Army Re
volvers Xiekle plated using 44 Win
chester cartridges center lire $15.
v e are now selling the Smith & Wes
son, 2sew model double action Re-
Zl7 caliber, center Fire 14
British Bull-do- r vol !fi.w
T - wv.uv,r;i i M'lUs 11V V TI l
.Beck & Son.. Portland, Oregon.
1 1 omitv, r ancv ami
THE DALLES, ORC'flS.
I would respectfully announce to
the Ladies of Canyon City and yicin
ity that I have just received from
SftH FRANCISCO, DIRECT,
The linest and best Assortment of I
Hats, Bonnets, Ribbons, Sashes; in
fact everything in my line that has
ever been brought East of The Cas
cades. I duplicate Portland Prices
and fill all orders promptly.
Plain and Fancy Millinery, Child
ren's ready-made Suits, and Ladies
Supplies constantly in stock. For
good and stylish goods send orders to
Mns. M. GLOVER,
The Dalles, Oregon.
ZEIBEU&KNOVLKS, - - Proprietors.
Situa'ed opposite all the Railroad ;nd
Sieani?h:j) Oflhvs. S'reet e-trs pp.as the
house overv iive minute.
Pren Coich to and from the lionet;,
Street Car Ticket Frae to G-'iests.
F LOU II r N G M I L L S,
aiOUKEIKAn & C LEAVER
Tin's longftstiihUsliftl and well known
Mi'l is now running tmdor the super
vision of Jut o:poricnied :md ncconi
pli-ilieil Miller and is producim a qtuil
isy of FItMjr vju d to dio produciiou of
anv Mdi in E istern Oron.
O'dfrs f'-r Hliur, Graham, Chops,
and M ill Feed, iillyd promptly ntall
riimsat Rcasnnuble rates, and Sutis-facti-n
f :ish pr.id for Merchautahlo vhe:U.
The piitrouair'i nftim Public is Res
Mrs. Jiiuc Cleaver would announce
to the jnihli; that hc hns just received
for the Kail and AVinfr tiado the most
stylish assortment of Misses and Child
rens h'lta eve' ollered in this market.
S';e also IcHPps a fn!i stck of Jjadie-.
jVhi-ses and Ch'ldron h'us. Ldie.s
vnn!on v-.s's. .lacked and Nubias; jitt
'he -fy:e for winter wear: ladies Un-d-rvc:ir.
('o'sots. Laees. Kmbr.dderies
and Ril.hot.i;. Trhnminy .silks and
fringe5; Table and locket, cutlery, Sil
ver w;i!o :nd 7e.welery, Chandoliois,
(hown Lasnn, Olliccand .Parlor Lamp
, . ' , . .'
md jjinij) l"'ixtur s and notions for the
Holiday trade, ton nunier-'us to enmwr
ate ami f-r sde at the lowest, possible
rates. tbrc?a!. The patronage of the
public is revpeetfully solicited.
ill be given at the
'auvon City, on
!5th, 1880, for the
ant County iVgri-
Committee of Arrrangements:
C. W. Parrish, M. L. Olmsted,
C. Todhunter, Peter Kuhl,
Win. Armstrong, R. E. Damon.
IL L. Olmsted, C. W. Parrish,
t E. A. Brackctt.
Tickets, -without supper, $2 00.
Good music has been secured.
A cordial invitation is extended to
Wfi have a "Humboldt Washer" i
that we will sell, or trade for flour,
wood, pork, wheat, or chickens.
Perhaps no man in Oregon is a '
stron-er advocate of Woman Stiff-'
rage Hum Maj. Magone, as he rode
14 miles -itli one foot disabled and
only clothed in a socli
Ic ana doneitn-
out his supper to hear Mrs Duniway
The County Court has sold the
Eagle Hotel to John Segerdahl for
the sum of 1,500.
HE AD THE OPPOSITE PAGE
FOR ALL THE
GOODS BOUGHT AND
Just havina: received a lare Stock of all kinds of Merchant
cli-r-e, bouo-hfc at the Yery Lowest Figures, I am determined to
j sel them to my customers at the
HATS an i) GAPS,
And Everything needed in this Country, for the sustenance" of
life. In order to sellCheap I must have my Cash so that I
can buy Cheap. In return for Goods I will lake all
kinds of Country Produce, Yis: Grain of
all kinds, Butter, Eggs, Furs,
Hides, Ect., Ect.
And all diseas s of the Kidneys,
Bladder and Urinary Org-ms by wear-
i ng the. I
fM PROVE I) liXCKLSIOR KII)-
NEY PAD. h i a Mai vel of Ileal
in 2 and Relief
Simple, Sensible, Dj-
RtiCT, PAINLESS. POWERFUL.
It Cukes where all e'so fads. A rev
elation and revolution in Melicim.
Ab?orj)tion or direct upnlieatinn, as op
posed to uns-ttisfaetnry intcual medi
cines. Send for eur trea'is' on Ki I
ney troubles, ""(n fn-e. Sold by drng
gisf. ni- sent by mail, on rftvipl of
price, $2, audhkss t
This is the onlv WATSON k CO.,
Original 122 1 1-1 Market Street,
Ak for it and
.SN FltANCISG'-. CA
I ir t ii t- 'pi -n .nnc. '
M. M. Bradley is at I ne Dalles
and is about well. He will perhaps
return to Canyo i City and resume
I i i i ' i l l i tt,, ,
; ' ,
s never found Mttmg in a saloon ,
asleep for three solid nor.rs nor
"3 1 .
walkin"-tho room of his own liouse ;
in dead hour of night, instead of
watching the town.
Mr. John Zepf is building a res-
idence on the opposite side of the
creek. Dame Rumor has it that
John is going, to get married.
ONCE MORE HIMSfitf.
lowest cask prices.
BOOTS & SHOES,
Cures by A SORPTION Nature's wa
7 f LUNG DISEAES,
BR EAT II IN a TR0 U B LES,
It drives into the system curative
agents and healing medicine?.
It draws fhom the diseased parts
Thousands Testify to its Virtues.
Don't dispair until yon have tried this
Reniblp, Ei?ilv Applied and R A D I
0 A L L Y E F F E CTUAL Remedy
Sold by Drujrgists, or sent by mail,
on teceipt of Pi ice. $2.00, by"
Send for Testimo- WATSON & CO.
nia:s and our 122 & 121 Market Street,
book. "Thn'o SAN fhancisco, cab
Millions a Year"
1 Sent free.
Tho Election returns come in rath-
er slow and tho result is yet in doubt
to many, though to us we think that
Oregon has gone about 4D0 Repub-
liuiii t tins uu juuy l:ius-o jlvcuuk-
Hean majority, on account of Beaver
c..i, ,.,i t,i. tt, nj
opportunity to vote hereafter.
The little folks had a splendid
Him e at Mr. D O. Overholt's last
j week celebrating Miss Overholt'tf
M 'v' f