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VOL. 2. NO. 33.
CANYON CITY, OREGON, S TUKOAY, NOVEMBKR 20 18S0.
TERMS: 3. PER YEAR.
C. W. Parrbh,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Canyon City, Oregon.
m! L. OLMSTEAD,
'ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Canyon City, Orkgon,
Geo. B. Currey,
.ttoriaoy eat Law,
Canyon City, Oregon.
Attorney at Law,
O-anyou City, Oregon.
E. 0. HORSLEY, M D.
Gf aduate of the umversity of penn
ylvasiii, April 8, 1848.
Canyon City, Orrjrnn.
1 Mnce in liis Drug Store, M:i:n
Stmet Orders for Drus promtly fillol.
NFo prolo-sional patronage solicits!
unless directions ate s rictlv followed
J. W. HOWARD, M. J).,
Canyon City, Grant Co., Oregon.
0. M. DODSON, H. D.,
3?rairio City, - Qsr
N. H BOLEY,
Dental tomih first d.i'.r south of
j l Howard's Driif Store.
Canyon City. Oregon.
(j. I. HAZEIriNK,
oayn: u V. oiskron.
Announce i hat they have re
ceived a lull and well assorted
Stock of .
wMeh Uiey offer
A. n. Groth, M. V. Tiiomps 'N.
Canyon City, Oregon,
GROTH & THOMPSON - Proprietors
Btr Iphv to Jr frrD 'hir friend
And tlio Puolic Generally
Tbr rtwv cn fmi f 'b
A;i i r w cv. to ,fj,f Hh. e
A fiH a -d l.iKir'a'' i-o f sf- lias
tvt-o p at? d in the : o i-ef r the acco n
inodaio of asts.
PRAIRIE CITY, OREGON,
J. IL Ilardman, Proprietor.
The ancoioroodatioDfl at tho abnve Hotel sir
"!. nv evry earn will bo tiken to uvlif
cucflfe feci at home.
"Oomfortnb'e hedp, and n '1 n r ''
as tbe market afj.irds furnishc.'' "ssoDabV
FEED t SALESTABLE,
Hoises boaide l by the Day or Week
on iea-oouhle terms.. All Stock lei t in
our care receives the best att 11 ion and
ut i.ost care.
In connection with the Stable
you will fin J the
OP KUHL& MACY,
Wheie work of all kinds in onr Jjir.e is
done a' Prices that Defy Competitor.
Hay and grain taken in Vx
change for work.
lU'p -rf .f Oi.nyon City S bool for the
month ending Nov 3d, 1880: '
M. N. Bo t ham's Depanment
No. Enrolled, 23.
Percent, of utiendanc", 91.
Mrs R.-nhaio's Depirtninnt.
No. ennd'ed, 28.
Per c nt. (.f aitend.it.ee, 89.
T TAL. Erd'ed, 51; per cent, o
tt't ndanef, 90.
Eo' ow'mr 'te hii namor of pupil
'hich were tardy or alxnt:
MARRIED WOMAN'S RIGHTS.
Povt Harney, Oregon.
il I VI
Uavinir bought for ("ash wo
''e prepared to sell our Goods
( 'heaper than they were ever
lefore sold in this Market.
Canyon City, Jan. 16. 1880.
The cheapest place to buy
And fVALL PAPER
Is at Sam. Sired's, opposite
the M. E. Church, Canyon
City, Oregon. n!2tt
Mavi: g completed my tlotel
1 am prepared io entertain the
travidii!'.- public w:ih care and
cosnlort. The table is supplied
with the best the market nllonls
'i'he beds are neat and clean.
m&l CI E13 P ESP jfK
J inie Lue s,
Minnie J k,
Afiia Met chan,
l nni' H-ikiMj
Maud H or.-ley,
Mag:e Sol injier,
)e aie P.iriiii,
Emma Iterr ,
it v H
ilAIH (.:UTTL(i, S 1 ; Y1V;
HOT AND COL!) HA I'll.- T
ALL Tl sl:.
Put up expressly for Family
Use, in three pound cans.
Wan anted, liner, better and
JlVlMVI lllllM HIV I ill IUI I V'.l T 1 LI.
nntoos.j i.yu u. nousc,n . Jn . ( MetschaJ1)
:r yon 'liy, uregou. rm
s:de by Phil. MiMschan & 'o
I umllacli & Dro and the
. ; ietor.
a.'ine Ilerburger, 0
1) -LLKS XI IJAKEPv crrv
n;at rri?; f!i:on r ty for 'J'h
a and lid". 0 t , Daily.
A rivcS fi diii t! sunie poi ., Da'dy.
R C. WiLMAMSfiN. Snp't.
fiAIvYOX CfTV ,v McDWRMP
rcn ilij a::d ezas?.
fd i Mnnow,
O fa Mor-ow,
''eo- e 'o!!ing. r.
Tfiv liifirf 1 !i!Mi ri 1 ! ivil rf n onutu v, f li
vfj Known u inl.i(tus s !l nv v 1 1 1 . x.hjJ.I : s i?".
i n ,iy h n r- nimu is.r i!io iclici otRv
.cil'nts mil i:i!ti. I. U ii m ifi'iuw
l !i iVh I ii if. ., m. I , iar "ml... '.. Si
;! Kind, l' .r t i iv). i (HxU r.::il naia '5
. . ... . ri
I ' Til - n.i...l !
i' - it . Ijll4il. iVf
Tt I t ..-.. otr .ti -i 11: 'i a ,1 muscle to fcw
. - i;i' t:;:i!
J.: i c
i '-iW f.-i i.i. u ii:;jv:u I I Ii svl tli tfe
mi - t r :r.j m arj c;:al.y v.oiulerlul. sr
riiOlll LlH'ilS, 1
lii li Pa rish, 0
Bra i I l"i bnr r, 1
lioht. L ckwood, 2
W 1 e IlMw.rd, 0
Builev Dustin, 1
liitdwnd C ..rk. 0
I ienry Hujipr eh, 0
ieoriM" B :n lv- tt, 8
Llu.er Overholt, 0
'ohn lie b irg r, 14 4 1-
Cabell HoiMev. 2 3 3 13
Totals. 48, 100 99 8h:ll
M. N. BONIIAM, Piincipil.
Mu. M. N. ;omi,M, Asi-ianf.
FollowingJwasa bill introduced bj
Sanator Huinplirey and passed the
Legislature and has since become a
A Bill For cn act to stabliah and
protect the rights of married iromsn.
Be it enacted by tho Legislative As
sembly of the 3tat of Oregon:
Section 1. All laws which imposs
or lecognize civil disabilities upon
wife which are not imposed or recog
nized as existing as to tho husband,
are hereby repealed; provided, that
this act shall not confer the right to
vote or hold office upon the wife, ei
jept as1 is otherwise provided bylaw;
and for any unjust usurpation of her
property or her natural rights, she
shall have the same right to appeal
in her own name alone to the courts
of law or equity for redress that her
Sec. 1'. Henceforth the rights
and responsibilities of the parents in
the absence of the parents shall be
jqual, and the mother shall be as
fully entiti' d to tli2 custody and con
trol of the children and their earn
ings as the father, and in case of the
father's death, the moMier shall
come into as full control of the chil
dren and their estate as the father
does in case of the mother's death.
All laws and portions of laws incon
sistent vnth the foregoing are hereby
00 Sec. 3. This act shall take effect
0 and be in torce from and after its
" approval by tho Governor.
4'c This is a just and proper law.
There is no reason why the wife
3 I qlirmhl Tint linvfi ermn.1 rirrVits with
the husband; and in fact, when it
00 comes to a question of guardianship
5 and management of children, the
5 maternal, and not the paternal guar-
t dianship, should apply.
0 This law is no manner favors the
15 doctrine of the prancing women suff-
rigirits, but simply emancipiates
1." married women from disabilities that
have heretofore hampered them.
There is no vote given to women
22 under this law. They have simply
b en given the right to regulate their
aff .irs the same as a man would do
uader like circumstances.
W ff ? 5 .75 S. E
tiu'is u t.i Li aid j vlij
Lad Offi :k at La G-; woe,
Ogn., 2srov. 13th, 1880. j
Notice is hereby cdven tnat the
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v ; ' 1 4 . 1 1.. .u ci ::
FHAK Bil2E .V,
oko. u rs.MA.ri
WOOLSEY & HOUSMAN,
CAITY0S" CITY, OEEGnN.
ryVTE BAR ?r apulied with pur Wine bd
"- Li'juo-?, Ber. Ate, Bitters and Cigars.
FINE BILLIARD TABLES
In tbe S'nn. S?Givc a? a call.
j. w. Mcdowell,
PROPRIETORS JOHN DAY SALOON,
John Day. Oregon.
Tho Bar is supplied with pure wines,
Liquors, Beer, Ale, Bitters and Cigars.
A fine BILLIARD TABLE io the Sa
2ood. Give us a. call.
Depmis fi Kin .'.nvnn Ht fr
Ft. Ilanicv. McHeruiitt a d
Arrives from same poitiis daily.
Washington St., Caayou tiy, Orejon
' : fi -.: --.ini,!., I- c ox U pi'OOl 111 SUppOl't 01 U1S
J . .. A sjcure iinal entry
5 i M i M C Ml T K Piratiou of thirty days
$.&'tiiffiiai& b i of this notice, v:z: Martin
."'j p;"' Hiy crvcA huch aiimcnta of?' Pro-emption D. S. No. 214 j. before
i ;.iicu.stiisia. writings, Ktiirp the County Clerk, at Canyon Cit3r,
.j -it n:t4st .-. w.'ui'icu aadg Grant Co.intv, Oregon, on Decem-
uer io, 4.00U, ior uie iijcj oi oec. o,
' ' L'll.. . .
fiv . , I . -mcnc-c. Old
I j, ( rit.ccl llvt tint. n:id
Iliult-ctl every 'ot.:i tiV ceriid clla-
J ensc. It hcnlx l limit .scurf. Rj'
;j For the IJus ti: Ci:i.tio.v it urra
q Founder, YIti :t-i Sores, Hoof lils-
J i i-e, ! oot I; tk-re . Oi.m. fcal, i
ilolm-.v Il'ir? . S'rntclirs, Viuti
nll.i, Spnvf:. TIjrii'Zi, la'ngljouc,
Old fl-u-tfl, I . 1 i:vll. rilm uyon
tho M;!it nud ex-fry oJhrr nlliucntl
i iv h 1c It tt?o :rnrRH!0 of lite
Stable and Sloclc Vnrd nrc IlnTilr.
Tho Ulcxlrait IItfitaiinr Liniment
always euros nr.l never disappoints;
una it is, positively,
A Good Tiling for Miners and Lawyers.
A seventh edition of that much
praised book, Copp's Hand-Book of
Mining Law, will soon be out: to
contain the State and Territorial
mininfr laws, and instructions how
loi owiiiGf-nainea settler nas niea no- , . ,.M ,
h to examine title, m addition to the
claim, and . , . . , n , ,. .
' of decisions, and other good things
in previous edition
Its editor, Henry N. Copp, of"
Washington, D. C, ha? an exten
sive work on tha B&me subject iu
press. It will give in full the. Land
Office and Court decisions now in
fnvnfc nnrl Via ths ftiithoritv on TTnited
rn i i o ii. r fin xn l jf n-'ii I , . "w
jl ii, ooutu i u, xiiuat oi vvuiam- , . , , j
ette iuericiian, ana names the fol-
l ? :i . T'n t
lOWing as WlLIlBSSeS, VIZI JJliiarCi W W VAPAiTPfl thn AmorWrv
Stentt, A. P. Lamb and Wm. Mo- NewsnaDor Annual fromN. W. Ayor
"T P TT I 1 1 I ---
i,ain oi i ox v auej, ana treorge & Son cf Philadelphi i, which is a
thereof at the ex-
from the date
PINE tVf5. MQl'OHS A
ALO, MALT. MAM" VrSEiJAR, ND
CflOr E CALIFORNIA M0F6 AND
LAGER BEER WU0 LEGALE
LIQUOBS AND WINES,
! For ele in quantitiea less than FIVE GAL-J
Kniesley of John Day Citj, Grant
HENRY W. D WIGHT,
n33-n3S - Ruirisur.
P03 UAN 03 B3AST.
""IJIO PfiPEO may be found on fllo at Gca P
"IO rHrCn llowoll & Co'-. Newspaper AI
eniH.u ijure'iu ( id Spruce St.). whj nnWn-j
WKEAD THE OPPOSITE PAGE
IS e word of Merit.
The Oregon Iudnej Tea has been
awarded two medals by the Oregon
State Agricultural Society, the first
of bronze and the second of gold,
the difference in the value of tho two
indicating the increase in the esteem
of the community whic . a year's tri
al of the remedy has induced. For
all diseases of the kidnaw, and uri
nary orjans it is unbuipassed. Don't
fail to try it. Ask your druggist for
grand work for advertisers and all
Newspaper men. It is gotte-n up
different from anything that we have
yet seen and we consider it a valu
able accession to our library.
J. IT Newcomb, of Toledo, Ohio
a ys I have been graatly benefited
by wearing an Excelsior Kidney Pad,,
and would recommend all persona
troubled with weak kidneys to tiy
it. See Adv
Our thanks, are due he foreman of
A. Laycoek's. Ranch for a. lot. of
Remember the Grand Ball in thai
city ntsxfc Thursday.