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Tie Brant oraty News.
ONLT PAPER IN GRAKT COUNTY.
Official Paper For Grant County.
O.myon City, Saturday DrC. 4, 1880.
8. H. SftfcVflERD,
WE WILL WE WON'T.
Our typo made us say "insiM-don"
list wok. instead of assertion, as we
. i ., L.r., p ,.
wrote art we th ugh? some or cor-
rrt'ting t'o err'r, butni'-ce s-'much has
befi aid about the mistake and e
remmbT t m story of the proaeher
tnd the lawyers which run thu-ly:
"A Mi st r wa ono ridi': along
a:-d was verrak'i by two lawyers and
aT'er a w' il lie va- u-ke-l W h vrote
his sTmm-i or nrfuh 1 h fxr-nip
rineouslv. Fie re i'm I th .t ha Mpt-ach- d
thorn 'ff-h-jnd. T'i-y a-ked him if 'e
didn't s ni.et'mes niaki mistaken Y
lie saH, he once too rr his tcx: r
Liar ca'i en'er t!)e Kingdom of Heav-
en," an I in giving it out paid. "No
Lu.vyp- 0an ent;r the Kingdom of
Heaven." "Well," aid they, "did
you correct th; mistake ?" uNo," ?aid
he; "it vas !o true that I just left it as
I h-id given it out."
"W have come to the conclusion
that he did, that it is often times so
true that we will let it go
Suffrage Meeting. At a meeting
held by the "Woman Suffrage Asso
ciation of this county, on last Tues
day evening, at the Good Templar
Hall, the following proceedings were
Maj. Magone introduced Mrs. and
Mr. E. A. McCoy, who favored the
audience during the evening with
the most charming music. The Pres
ident read Mrs. Duni way's letter
published in the last New Northwest,
after which R. Lockwood passed the
constitution and by-laws around for
the purpoKe of securing signers which
resulted in the procuring of four new
members. Major Magone then de
livered a lengthy address on the sub
ject of Franchiscment, and was fol
lowed by Judge Olnisted, on the same
question. The accomplished musi-
inrn Vr" nirrl c fixT? cniil tAvi tt 1 1 rr
pieces, after which Mr. Magone again
arose and stated that in his opinion
the people of this or any other city,
ought to be doubly proud to know
that they had in their midst such ac
complished and excellent musicians,
that he had never heard any persons
that were prepared to entertainan au
dience in any city better than Mr.
and Mrs. McCoy. The President
then thanked them for the great fa
vor shown the meeting aud extend
ed to them an invitation to call at
any future meeting. The time was
then set for the next meeting on
Friday, Dec. 10th, 18S1.
OUlt CHRISTMAS GIFTS.
"With thn i-sue we wll cornmenco
the t-i-k f giving each our adv-r i-e-a
aChrisMnas G ft in tins wiy f u 1 a-al
notice and will cuntinue till all havr
First we come to C W. Parrisii and
as 'ord"r is ho ivun's first, law", we r c
omm'i d 0. W. as the attorney that
can convict the guilty a'i 1 secure otd- r.
WoOLSEY & HoUSMAN.
They .v 11 fine wine, wh sUy and gin, a:id
if the patmn-j get tw lull or noisy
M. h. Olmsted
i ext door and ;dv ys ready lo take a
oi-' in 5 nl :'d -e- that justice p e-vuil-.
W. K Oahufison,
Who -'an I w im Jd put the
W:tC UB 't d 1) e TIjCII
c.-4n .e ho o.u . to mxk. .ill w t
a?.u . ti'i l all yo.i . e o i- cah
1 1. SjEGAItl 's
and t;pt sieved an cl anird up o he
rrady for n?her drink hic!i y i ih
find in nt-zt dnor at
It is usual in thi cou-f y for petp'e t,.
take a ride after underg 'nu all d' the
foregoing trentmeut s call on
Wood & Church
who will furnish y..u a gay turnout.
But before g'U"g mir go in to
W. II. Clark's
and et one of tln-se fl tj blankets, and
if that is not enou'b, remcnber that
can furni-h you a little sheSt iron .tuv
or anything td-v in his hie.
G. Bon n am
will bs r ady t -hof tiv earn i
tnend'the oiug7 wh ou nturn
N. Run son
is also ready tu m.ike o .r wagons
In another column will be found
the new ad. of W. li. Fisk, the new
I merchant at Prairie City,
He is a
square up and up man and has eatab-
i .i i
lished his store on the cash system
and sell." goods so cheap that all can
afford to buy. Read his ad. and give
hira a call.
"We hear it rumored that a debat
ing society is about to be organized
in this place: the first question be
ing, Resolved, "That woman is the
mother of man and ought to vote."
A lot of line beef steers belonging
to Gray Brothers were driven
through Main Street this week. They
! have 28 as fine ones as mio. wnnM
i wisu fc0 q eat
L. J. Estes, well known by some
of our readers, has gone to Portland
to attend a course of Medical Lect
ures. The News will malic arrangements
to describe the dress that each ladv
will wear at the Christmas Ball at
Prairie Citv. Do vour be.st.
Flour is "risen" and still "aris
ener' ' in this place. It is only $5
per hundred to-day and very scarce
"We will give a list of all those at
tending the Ball at John Day next
One sorrel horse with a white spot
in face, right fore ankle enlarged, 12
or 13 years old. One small bay horse,
both hind legs white to knees, white
strip in forehead, branded T upside
down on left shoulder; very plain sad
dle marks on him ; he is about II years
old. One bay horse with white spot
in face, rather inclined to be a little
swaybacked, branded J D on left hip;
some saddle marks on him; about 12
years old. A reward of 10 will be
given for the delivery of said horses or
for information that will lead to their
discovery. UOBT. KAY,
n34-no8 Canyon City, Oregon.
GREAT 3 ' R - AIJT3 ! !
haye received the l.irires- slock
of General Mercian lis thai
has come to 'ai yon (-t- for!
years. Their sto d; of('ltb'ng
is unurpassed in heair of
style and quality !' gomls and
endless in y.irie; v.
Their Press (3o.ds an l I a
dies wear cnnipriscs th latest
styles in pattern aud sh uh s
fand lie1 prices cai n 1 ' e beat
in Po'tliind, as freih? oi; Dty
Gonds does not count up like
Clerk o and .-tore r-nt of
cit y me cha.i t-.) a foli line f
Buckingham ai:d tlect's lo ts
and Shoes, Snow Kxeluders.
overshoes and Hubbcr Boots
Ladies and Gentleman's furn-
ih!nr "ods, flar.iuds and cloth
wall paper and bolder. The
best brands of tobacco and !
ciuars. a lull assortment ot'l
hard Ware. Moline and ( liycr!
'hilled Plows. Crockery. Glass
Ware, a 11 fading patent med-;
lCli.es and sheep medicine. j
Blankets, C't in Bit'-ing. A f' ll
nock of the rh.i est anl staple "td
... ne. .SadJ'cy ,.f gre:U diversiry.C I
. . V, " . '
An mum inn f all km.U and ca i-
it . m r.,c , evervun i: mi .ime .ui-.c ,
I' raie a w-i: an, .a-i-tc. Im r,
o di I mi -li:i'. io want d c I
.. . ' . . , L .
I Oi . A if t m w on eas n at low
fn-ioht, :,i d lor .-ale at lowest cash
Tln-ref-re if you hae our on in-
lere' a' h ait ou imII ncg'tit your
duty tow.irus y i' sel: 'inhas o:i cali
nd pxamme ' iirfit' ck and prices be
fore puicha ing elsewhn.
Very Respcctf ull ,
GEO. GUNDLACH &BR0.
Maix Street, Canyon City, Oregon,
W. EOW A ED, 11 D., - - PROPRIETOR.
Having; recently received a
of Drugs, and Medicines I am fully prepared to furnish every
r thinr usually kepi in a First Class Drur House, at roa?0; able
rrn-es. iso a luH M:eck of
hand. fall, everybody, and ,ee. and buy of my fresh goods.
Also ki-eps on hai.d a full stock of imported Wines. Brandy
and Liquors.for medical purpcses, and sold in quantities not less
than one quart.
J. W. HOWARD, M. D , Proprietor.
Is still at Iiis post at Jolm Bay City, deal-
ncr out the very choicest Oroceries. also keeps a full stock of
Roots, Fhoss. C-loihinsr, Calico, Tobacco, Crockery. Granite
Ware, fancy Cups and Paucers, and General Mercli'andise.
My Store is always welcome to everybody whether they come
to buy or merely to see the jroods.
SAV3 your 210:727, writa for
AUo SOLE Manufactnrcra
of Win ccl.bratcd Uuana
(. 1 J i
w. a. Jacobs?
11. M. Masford.
JACOB i & BASFORD,
Carpenteri.ne,- & Wagon rIaking.
Ri-sir l'et r rCuh.V P!ack mini Slioj
caxvox c;tv, - - OUK
Wagons and Buggies repair
ed c ca ly and promptly.
Buildi 'gaud Jobbing prompt-
ly attended to.
Is horehv triven that the under-
signed has'been duly appoint d, by
the County Court, of the State of I
r p i k i ' i
deceased, iate of Grant County and f
all persons having claims against,-
said estate, or against the firm of!
?ul & Noble of whicl thet
ed was a member, are hereby noti- I
fiecl to present the same duly verified i
as required Dy law to tne Admims-
r.rator ac ins residence on rorth
Fork, Grant County, Oregon, or to
jVI. Dustin, the Atty. of the undsr-
i . i ni n L
signed, at Ins oince m Canyon Ciiv,
Oregon, within six months from the
date hereof, and all persons owing
said estate or firm are notified to
Dated, Nov. 12th, A. D. 1880.
It takes money to build in Cony on 1
City, "and don t you forget it.
"We are building..
A 'rT, f "r. ' I ? -
lull and carefully selected slock
the Mandard Parent Medicines on
AND ROAD WAGONS
OataiojriO ;.nd ?l-li:3 tc
1 2 -1
teHW haven.. cc:m.
V KV y f
MANUrAUTUilisKS OF KUKITUiiE,
FURNITURE, CAR I KTS, WALL PAP Kit. Etr.
:(y First Street and 1G7 Tr-nit Sla'Citt near ilorrison.
Furniture Factory four miles Ci om l'ast
Portland, Water power used The ol e.-t
linn and largest St -ck n ' 'yeii. XA'; o e.sale
knock down Furniture;: -jte'aip .
Patent School Pek- mne to order.
Portland i)-n.. .-ept 1st. ISjSO.U'
h o Ami Jljril?!!,
! OA V I'iCNT KR tfe WAUONMAKER,
( 'any in Pity, Oregon,
At lh oM -t.-t tl f John utitit.
e.1 do r to hr. UowauTs Drug Store.
i All wt k uv lint Ho-e on Short
i !Notif-. i .t sill's rti-eO'y ni:mntr, at
ll.!?;i)ii i Chai-'-T
iways . r hanu and lor Safe
J 4 l
1 1 1 '
GLIM-, nd v !()V ft LASS
snn S v.SH.
Also AXELS. LRKA''n!IS
VA)V IJK.IS, SPOKKS.
KEhh'ES, MUliS. :cd V.iH)
TON(iUESof t'lrba'' in .tM-i;il m no'
S-3Very and Feed tabi
' ' ' P
j0IIN DaY) Oregon.
; d hois and rina f-r the aecom-
o -in ol" the Public.
Stock hoard.'d by the d iy week or
,norh, at r. as-mab!e rate?.
iVIKS. K. 0. MAG00N,
Drkssmakek a.vd ilAitt Wkavkr,
OiiN I A V OGN
I t.ke ; le e in anno'jncTig to the
L dies ' Hi; C mty that I am ve
pimi dri'Ss tnd weave hnis
n o curl ufi" , - lieh s, ike.-, d;c.
AIRS. E. O. MAROON.
JOHN DAY MILLS,
JAMES NORMAN is Co. Proprietors
John Day City, -- Oregon.
Haying spared no pains or
expense in erecting a Flour
Mill which is second to none cm
this Coast, for producing good
flour, we would now respectful
ly announce to the Public that
we are prepared to fill
the best quality of White
Flour, i rraham and Mill Feed.
All goods guaranteed to give
satisfaction and to be second to
none, made from the same
class ot wheat.
BY FAIR DEALING,
good Goods and strict atten
tion to business, w expect to
merit a share of the public pa
tronage. Orders left at the
Mill, as well as with Geo.
Gundlach & Bro.. will be
promptly attended to.
JAMES NORMAN & Co.
1 ! I
The best of Milk iurnished to
.fie citizens of Canyon City ev
3ry nio-iin, by the gallon or
quart: at reasonable rates.
23 23 JLa S3 3T2. X Zw"
Siationary. Spectacles ana
Eye Glasses, Candies, nd Nuts.
SuBSCRlPTroNS takn, nt PuhUhcra
R ite-', Tor all the Leadinir Papers nnd
M-!ziisfr publishetl in TUEUrrEB
STATES. A gum f.r Titus Br .. Jew
j'ler- Alh my. Oregn. Watvhea Clean
etl and Henaired.
fiWatcliP:1, Hock pnt Jewelry
teywire 1 roti'tly and .ti.sfac)ril v.
THE DALLES, ORG'N.
I would respectfully announce to
the Ladies of Canyon Citv and vicin
ity that I have just received from.
m FittRCISCO, DIRECT,
The finest and bet Assortment of
Hats, Bonnets, Ribbons, Sasbe3; in
fact evcrvthing in mv line that has
ever been brought East of The Cas
cades. I duplicate Portland Prices
and fill all orders promptly.
Plain and Fancv lYtiliinerv, Child.-
rivnV. Vfnfl---mnf1n Rnifs mr7 Tiorlios
j good and stylish goods send orders to
Tho Dalios, Oregon.
ZK1BEU&KN01YLE.S, - - Proprietors..
.i'ua'ft l oM-viRi o al: the Rs.iiro-;d a d
J'.'ims'h'p O'thv-s. S'n-et c rs v the-ns-every
tire mi ute.
F e Coach to and from ihe House.
Street Car Tickst Free to Guests.
MOIiEHEAD & CLEAVER
Th is long established and well known.
Mill is now running under the super-,
vi-ioo of an experienced nnd nccom
piished 'Miller and s producing a qual
i y of Flour equal to the production of
.iny .Mill in Eastern Oregon.
Orders f..r Ehmr, Graham, Chops,
and Mill Feed, filled promptly at all
imes at Reasonable rates, and Satis
' ash paid for Merchantablo wheat.
The patronago of the Public is Re-
I pectfully Solicited.
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