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About Grant County news. (Canyon City, Or.) 1879-1908 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1880)
VOL. 2. NO. 34.
CANNON CITY, OREGON, S VTURDAY, NOVEMBER 27 1SS0.
TERMS: $3. PER YEAR.
C W. Parrbil
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Canyon City. Oregon.
M. L. OLMSTEAD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Canyon City, Oregon,
Geo. B. Currey,
Canyon City, Oregon.
Attorney at Law,
Canyon City, Oregon...
E.G. HO US LEY, M p.
Grf ADUATK OF Til E 1VERSITY Or l'ENN-
vylvaniu, April 8, 18-18.
Canyon Oi'y, Oregon.
Office in his )ru Store. Ma'n
Stieet Orders for Drugs promtly (illed.
No professional patronaro solicited
unless directions ate s'rictlv followed
J. W. HOWARD, M. D.,
Canyon City, Grant Co., Oregon.
0. M. D0BSQ3J, HL D.,
Frairio City, - Og
N. K BOIiSY,
jpgyPental ro'"in first do-r south of
l)i Howard's Dri! Store.
Canyon (Yry. Oregon.
(J. 1. UAZKLTINJS,
CAN'YN PITY. OREGON.
PHIL HETSGEAN & 80.
Announce that they have re
ceived a full and well assorted
which they offer
iitivin"; bought for Cash we
jie prepared to sell our Goods
'hoaper than the' were ever
l:3fore sold in this Market.
Canyon City, Jan. 10. TSSO.
.The cheapest plao? to "buy
And HALL PAPER
Is at Sam. Sired' s, opoosite
the M. E. Church, Canyon
City. Oregon. n!2tt.
J -U.S WCUtSET.
WOOLSEY & HOUSM AN,
CAIJYOI? CITY, OEEGnii.
rjl'TE RAH 'npolie'l with pure Wines d,j
Liquor?, Bpr. A'e, Bitters and Cigars.
FINE BILLIARD TABLES
la the S?on.
TGive us a call.
j. w- Mcdowell,
PROPRIETOKB JOHN DAY SALOON,
John Bay. Oregon.
The Bar is supplied with pure, wines,
Liquors, Beer, Ale, Bitters and Curars.
A fins BILLIARD TABLE in the Sa
loon. Give us a calL
A. H. Grotii,
If. V. THOMPSON.
Canyon City, Oregon,
GUOTH & THOMPSON - Proprietors
Beg laore to inform their friend
And tlie Public Generally
That tbey can be found at the
And are alwiiwa ready to furnish good
Board and Lodging
AT MODERATE PRICES.
A fire and burglar proof snfo lias
tyecn p'ac d in the house for die aecom
modntinti of rucsts.
PRAIRIE CITY, OREGON,
J. IL Hardman, Proprietor.
The a?of)tnmodations at the above H'jtol rr
emu!, and every caro will bo taken to make
guest feel at home.
FCr""Corafortnb?o hedp, and as good a tiMr
as tbu market affords furnished at reasonable
Fort Harney, Oregon.
IV. W. JOII.VSOX, Propraetor.
Having completed 1113' Hotel
I am prepared 10 entertain the
traveling puhlic v;th care and
comfort. The table is supplied
with the best the market nllm-ds.
The beds are neat and clean.
HKNRY SI EG ART,
WASHINGTON ST., opposite City Brewery.
HAIR CUTTING, SHAVING,
HOT AND COLD 15ATII.S AT
DALLES AND RAKER CITY
Yaile & Co., Proprietors.
Departs from Canyon City for Ti:
Diilics ami Dak tr City, Daily.
Arrives from the same points, Daily.
K. ( Williamson, Sup't.
CANYON CITY & McDERMH
FPoAWX HcBEAX, - - Proprietor
Departs from Canyon City for
Ft. Harney. McDermitt and
Arrives from same points daily.
Washington St., Canyon City, Oregon
Conatantly on hand and for sale,
Superior to any Id the Stato.
FINE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGAR
AL?0, MALT, MALT VINEGAR, AND
CHOIOE CALIFORNIA HOPS AND
LAGER BEER WHOLESALE
LIQUORS AND WINES,
For sale in .Quantities less than FIVE GAL
FEED & SALESTBLE?
Washing! on Street,
CANYON CITY, OREGON.
Hoses boarded by the Day or Week
on reasonable tonus. All Stock left in
our can; receives the besi attention and
ut nost care.
In connection with the Stable
you will find the
q ft flWQWW'fi 5?f ft
Whore work of all kinds in our Line is
done at Prieos thnt Defy Coinjietition.
Itav and "-rain taken in Ex
change lor work.
J. VAN BEURDEN,
Watchmaker ami Jewele.,
IMI'OKTER AND DKA.Miit IN
Diamonds, Jewelry, Solid Sil
ver and Plated Ware.
7o. U'7 ri'-t St. - P-iilan l Oregon
(Fonnely J. K. 0 ill's Book St'ue.)
Jevvelrv 3Iiiim fact nrofi To Order.
Special attention paid to Repair
ing Fine Twitches and Diamond Sot-
i FOIL MA'-T At2)
id For jmo!! liiriu a tl:v,.1 of n. ccnti'.rvthc
r.4i rli-x!ran ."J-.tai::' iljsitij.cjri !::iHhceil
l.uo-.vii to iuil.ion.1 U over tilt: world :.s
sSt::c o:.lv t.'lo ri'iirtn." lor III ri'lief of ao
liii-cUliMits ;tn l It n u nit .iclv.offS
;Sl lll)MV Ji!Jt lr lir t lie, (K-stoJ iSHi
Usucl. l.r . v.ry laiin oi'oxti.Tiial pain K
taj it .v.cjrjifj-; ;Ii u. ivl ::ii7-:tln to
ri . Uc wry :u' r.ta'.i tX conJiui:
fA . .ti-cni i) dn . r. 5 iril impMim im:)'.sib!(!.
1 -!lV'iH in ti iW;ru:'ii 1'1" li il'M iSlofia
K'."n.t'- r'-.i'ion :uj ttutully womlcrful. ffij
i. o.ly hi m
wA by Ih.s ':c-.sli. yowcr ol'lllid
v.hicli fK-.'li'. !:r'H .such tiilmcuts ol'
ii.i hum kv ; i.vi:
loiiir.-ct-V, J.l::.,cle.s. 15r:is J
i:4s. r.i'i'js nnd
-;-iii:: :( t''H6o:ir;m Ztit''3 tszxu
'tin.;;. '.'llVm-n., I..tmciss, Old
a.'iT. rJct-.-s I-VostTaliti. '!iiil)lains.
ioi's :::.rd Ilrrns. and
tiMlvctl t v Vori;i of rxJcruul rtAa
ense. It Ik:!!" . i. !icii tc.M'K.
For t ho Dirt it. (,:::.. TiON it uira
Kpraiuu. Sviiti:y, Siila tloints,
Fotim'rr. IZm ncfw Morrs. Hoof lUs-
c v, J'oot 12: , JJrrciv Worm. Scab, ;
Hallow 5: i. IS-ratclics, niu-tr-ills,
S:3::vi?j. Ti-ru-Ii, K'ncbonc,!
Old M'jrcrt. S'o 1 i:v:i. Film upon
. I ? . -. . 1 .......... n f tl I
iil'o ivhitli trio ccruimuts os tlio
, tnlc and StocTv lard ox'O JIamc.
Tho Itlexltan Mustang T.lniincnt
always cures ivl l'.ovcr disappoints;
and ft is, positively,
POP- 03 BEAST.
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EDITING A PAPER.
Editing a paper i3 a pleasant busi
ness if )ou like it.
Il it contains much political matter
people won't have it.
If the 'pe is large it don't contain
much reading matter.
If we publish telegraphic reports
folks pay thy are nothing but lies.
If we omit them they siy we huve no
enterprise, or suppress them for politi
If we haAe a few j"kes, folks say we
are nothing but rattlehead-".
If we omit jokes, folks say we re
nothing but old fossils.
If we publish urigitial matters, they
lianiu us for not giving selections.
If wo give selections, people say wr
are lazy for not writing noro and giv
ing them what they have not read in
.onic other papi-r.
If wu give a complini'-nt iry notice,
we at e cen-uted for bein partial.
If we don't, al. hands s:iy we are a
if wv lnst-rt an article which ple.se
the la-ites, ihe men become jealous, and
If we at end church they say it is
If we remain in our otfrV, a 1 tanking
to our own bwme-s, folks suy we ae
too proud to mingle with our fol ows
If we go out, they say we don't at
tend to our business.
If we don't "pay np promptly, they
.ay we are not to be trusted.
If we pay up promptly they say we
stole the money llobart Journal.
7hat Shall We Do With our Daugh
This is cettai.ily a important prob
lt'ti,; but lu-re ae sotiiO suitable leso s
which should bs early impressed upon
Tench f em so'f-reliance.
Teach them to nmko bread.
Teach them to make shirts.
Teach th.-iu t- fnot up storr bills.
Teach ti em not to weir Ilse hair.
Tach them tu wear thick warm
Bting them up in the way they
Tca'.-h '.hem h w to wash and iron
Teach them how to make their diod
es. Teach them how to cook a good ni"al
Teach them that a dollar is only a
j Teach thftn h"w to darn stockinji-
and sjw on buttous.
Teach them evry day dry, ha'd.ptnc
tical omuicn sen t-.
Teach them to say No, and m an v;
or Yes8, aod stick to it.
Teach thorn to wear calico dre-.-es ut d
do it like a queen.
Give them a pood, subs;autinl, com
mon school I'dncation.
Teach them that ago d, rosy romp is
worth fifty consumptives
Teach them to regard the morals and
not the money of their heaux.
Teach them to have no'hing to do
with intemperate aud dis-olute youn.
Teach them all the mysteries nf thp
kitchen, the diniog room and the pa
lor. Teach them that the more one livo
within his income the mote he Vf
Teach the.Di that tin farther one lives
besond his income th nearer he getst
the poor htuse.
Rely upon it that upon, your teaching
depends in a great mea-wo the vel and
woe of their stfter life.
Teach thMu the aero uplishments, ran
sic, pamtinir. drawi'ig, if you have the
tune aud UKiey to do it with.
Tt-ach them that a good, ttady me
chanic, without a cent, is worth adozen
nil patent loaft-rs in broadclotl .
Teach them thnt God made them in
his own image, and ne amount of tight
lacing will improve the model.
THE STATE BY COUNTIES.
Garfield, Hancock, Weaver
Baker, 44G G29 1
Clackamas, 1166 872 5
Clatsop, 536 434
Columbia, 312 228
Coos, 607 554 2
Douglas, 1256 1105
Grant. 461 436 2
Jackson, 743 1065
Josephine 199 279
Lake, 217 374
Lane, 1012 1092
Linn 1416 1676
Marion, 2050 1386
Multnomah 3211 2619
Polk, 771 712
Tillamook, 134 84
Umatilla, 1250 1535
Union, 664 - 899
Washington 880 578
Wasco, 1330 1510
Yamhill, 1056 940
Garfield's plurality, 610.
Garfield's clear majority, 439.
We take ihe above from the Week
ly Oregonian and is in all probabil
ity correct, with, perhaps, some few
votes for Weaver not counted. Those
that bet on Oregon and got 500 ma
jority given them have undoubtedly
won; the Weaver men have lost, un
less they bet that Weaver would get
A Grand Ball w 11 be given at the
On Christmas Eve, 1880, for the ben
efit of the Public School, at said
Committee of Arrangements :
John Laurance, John Worswick,
Jas F Cleaver, Wm. Wright,
W F Settlemire, C A Swick
J. B. Johnson, Jas. Fitflgan,
M. Costerpech. "
Tickets, without supper, $2,00.
A cordial invitation is extended to
A few days ago while John Carey
was going out of Long Valley with
his freight wagois, the trail wagon
became detached and went off the
grade and Noble Trowbridge, who
was in the wagon at the time, aays
it rolled over three times. No harm
was done to the boy, and but little,
to the wagon.
Our old friend P. D. Rothwell,
formerly of Baker City, was elected
president of a lyceum club rocontly
organized at the medical college of
Ann Arbor, Michigan Mr. Roth
well has been attending that college
a little over a year,
Christ Gerber, Wholesale Hard
ware, Toledo, Ohio, says: Th Ex
celsior Kidney Pad has accomplish
ed more for my wife in three weeka
than all the medicine she has taken
in three years. Refer all skeptics to
ne. See Adv.
Mac Robinson, who fell while un
loading grrin some days agOjjoid was
laid up for some time from jfch fall,
is up and around again.
Mr. Hugh Cannoaand family have
moved to town to reside Hugh
says he will stay all Winter if the
people are good to him, and we guess
they will be.
Mrs. Turk has received a fine lot
of toys nuts and Christmas presents
at . . ir