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ONLY PAPES IX GKA3T COUNTY.
OSlcin.lFaper For Grant. County
Oacvoii City, Saturday D'c. IS, IS80.
S. 11. Shepherd, Eoitoh
ON ACCOUNT OF THE EARLY
Freeze up of the Rivor ve oi ly have
enough paper for this isino o' the
News at its former sixe; 1 u; in a
few weeks it will rrsurao its usual
wize. Till our supply of paper ar
rives the News will be printed on
Sold Out. J. M. Shepherd has
sold the entire bui-ucss o.' the Bed
rock Democrat, at Baker City, to J.
T.. Wisdom, aud our brother stepped
down and out last "Wednesday.
"Jirnmie," as he h familiarly called,
is cue of the very best uiva that Ea
lctr County affords and against whom
not a word of misdeed can "be said.
He is also well off, and under his
management the Bedrock is sure to
take anew start and be solid t ) the
core. We wish "Old She?" all the
prosperity known to human in what
ever he may go into.
i. o. o. 3?. kl:ct o':.
Hobah Lodge, No. . ah its regu
lar meeting held Dec. 2d. elected the
Sam. Sired, N. G. ; I. J. Hague
wood, V. G. Phi, arets-jhan, k . :
D. G. Overholt, Trcu.: J Wol
finger, Phil. Mobsman, E. Hull,
The above officers will Ic inslallod
on the 6th of Jan., 1SS1.
PKAIPJE CITY ITESS.
Mr. 01 Miller had the n.isfortune
to burn his hand pretty bad last
Mr. Nate Eiak has star'ed a new
saloon in Prairie.
There was a concert given here
last Sundy evening by the ladies oi
the Sunday School, which was well
attended. The receipts amounted
to about $30, which were to be ap
plied to the use of the -Sunday
Preparations ore 1 eing made to
have a ooncrf during t';e Holidays
for the ben fi'; of the Trail; -j City
Mr. James Finigan is quite sick.
0. Miller has opened a new hotel
There have been several cases
tried before the Justice's Ccurt of
Union Precinct in the past few weeks.
Mr. M. Cllftxrd, a young law student
from (J. W. Parrish's office, got
away with Mr. Sweek, an ol .1 attor
nev. We received a pleasant call frcin
Mr. J. J. Cozart lasb Wednesday.
In conversation with bin he informed
us that the horde "Garfield," that
ran at Baker City last fall is the
horse that he used to own and call
ed "Captain Jack."
A Grand Re- illation.
Warner's fcafe Kiiln. nA 1 iv-r
Cure has reache 1 a rermtat n l t is
not limited by the cin!'tn-s ! s crimi
or country. Thre re no i'junmi
subsrmices nr inWa and temp-r.-irv
stimulants in tho pieiriiup. It is
purely vi'gi-t'ib'e aid rombb-ed under a
formula that has pae I S"ver iest mid
won cnWmcr,ts fr m omc . f the '
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bi:hei ineflcal tal nt u the conii'rv.
New York World.
Two feet of snow in December is
something out of the ordinary course
of events for The Dalle3 and the
fact should be jotted down in your
The band boys have received new
books and new music
and it sounds
One sorrel horse with a white spo
in face, right fore ankle enlarged, 1
oi13 year j old. One small bayhors
both hind legs white to knea, whi
strip in forehead, branded T upsic.
down on left shoulder ; v. ry plain s i -die
mark on him; ho is about 11 year.1
old. One bayhoivn with white spot
in face, rather inclined to be a little
sway backed, branded J D on left hip
ome saddle marks on him; al out I:
years old. A reward of $10 will hi
given for the delivery of said hor.- es oi
for information that will lead to their
discovery. ItOBT. HAY,
n31-n33 Canyon City, Oregon.
new eooss I
OEO.GUNTLAaa A TOO.
have riM'eivMfl tln 1 s rues' stock
of (en"r:il Merchnn .'is-
has come to i V yo'j C tv f r
years Their sto-k ol ' lth '.
is un-iirjj:is-'. (l in l.enu "i
style a(l quality of gm's a d
etulles- in varici v.
'! heir Press (Jo ds an i 1 n
dis v"ar emu prist s th - l;tcs
stbs In paftcn :: d sh h! s
(v.n 1 pi ices aw n ! I e I y -in
i'- tlillld, as ft eh; hi O:- P-
I n)ds does not onni up like
Clerk hire and to; e r nt of
fit v me-chai-ts.) a iVdi I'.ne n
Hut kii'gh:mi ai.d Ilect's f'o ts
and Mini's, Snow Kxt'-lnders
overslioes ;nd Kuhb-T HotN
I adies and ( jentlemnns f'uin-i-h
ng g o 's. flai'.i -ls and cloth
wall j'tij er as d holder. '1 he
he.-t br litis of 'ol aeco and
cigars, a lull a.-florim nt l
hard warp. M 1 in and lives
t hilled T ows, dock n ' 1 ss
Wiire. .11 1" dh g j aten nu'ii
ieiues aud sheep medicine
Bli!ikts, Cotton B,iU:n:;. .A u!i
stock the choicest and ja.- p!c .;ro i
rip?. S.uhllery orgre:st divtir.-itv.
Ainunition of al! ki;uis sjrj c hi:: -
In fact, everything th it the )i:.-e ,
I'armer, .tockm.in, Teamster. Kniitti
or F.tiuiSy is liable to v..ni or eaii f r.
A 1 rot in ioutl season, at lo.v fiviil.t,
iuul f j s le at loveSf- e s.'i ri.-es..
Tiseiorwre. if you ij ive yu; r owe :;
tfiehts at heart, you i! iiV'!et y.'
duty towards yoursaii un'ass yuu 1
ai:;l exaieine onr sL'ek . nl r ue.-, he
lure pniehasin eLo.' where.
Very Kesp ( if .i y.
til O. GUNi LACli ifcBliO ,
A Xew Man at the P)Usi ess.
Having ju op - oi u tre on u -i
2P3rai,i37io Oi-tr, Oregon
I ..'in low r ; a i o tt' r j u e ml
j by nons
)'IM i s
Cl rstnmsp s nt- for I ! ami u .
Cij: r-. Ca ih'1 Goo :s. M ch n Nuj i
il s, :n a thou-;m i . t ei at ih- Urr .
-f , :
Mi ers i?aniiTs. Ra'M-lri: n and Fa - j
lie-, ll sold r tv lowest pn-sfri
( AXM only. I I opi', by fair rlunb' f,
Btri " atten on h'i-iii s- s ml J w
r co , t lit i s' a!"e of h cnniy
ira-li-. W. I. F SK.
The Canyon City Brass Band will Ph;cm of thirty days fro -n r e ,Ute
... -r . oi this n tire, viz: Fetor Kuhl, pre
iive a social ball at the Masonic -tn a mm r-...r ...:n
Hill Fridiv PVPnin, Tn(in i
tiau, iMitiaj evening, December
oi-i 1 n.nn
Committee of xIrhaxgements :
E. A. McCoy, J. Kuhl.
G. I. Hazel tine, C. M. Macy,
F. C. Sels.
Tickets, without supper. $2 50.
A cordial invitation is extended to
Loth mills are Ivjpc ousy: well. !
nnlfi miiRt live. '
"NEW DRUG STORE
MUX STRKET, CANYOii CllY, OREfiON.
W. HOW .-' ED, M S., . . F-ROPETTOS
iaviiiij j f eM tlv teccived a full and i-arefully selected s o
t Ttuias. and Me it-ins I am fully piared to lurnish ee y
hinr usually kept i.i a First Clans iTtIiou-e, at rea.-o able
Prices. .v ls a iu!l .v t. ck ot the MaiuhH Pat Medictma on
h.and. Ca'l. ev r bi.c'.y. ;-nd .ec, and luv of tnv fn sh y
A'sn ktep. u la d a full .-toek of imoiUd Wies Hi a i
and l.ifju r.tor mer eal purjx .-es, uiid s i u qr...nlities nv :i
than o:-e rpiart.
J. W. ROW nif M. 1) , Froprien . .
is suj ms mm, ai
nti-oM" o va-y ()!. I. e t. ? (rie--, a!' kecMs n full s n k
ti ot S!i s . o h- co. Ti.brtiMiv f'nckerv, Oni
81 a'-- f'?n ''ins nd -jiM'-ers. :n:d Hrieral .firch:i'c!iM-.
Vy ,cr o i n'w.i w !(!!! t eveylln(!v vt tl.er ii;e;-
SAVU ysiir lljl, irriU for Oatal'is iwi ?BT.:3 H
AIpo SOLE "fannfachtrera
of I'.in eel lirittet! Hnnr..x
B- c:: .::! or
I W. A. J A cults.
I. l. llAhFuP.D.
JACOB k BASF' RD.
Carpontor'.ns. & v agon r.laklng;.
Iv : r ' ot Kuh ' B'nck u i h ,
iY, - - OCN.
agons and lni!ies rcpasr-
ed C ecph and pl'f mpt?y.
n m r i t i
hnildi gaud Jobbing prompt-
Iv alien led to.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION
Land Orric at L.vGa.vNDE, )
Otrn., Dec. la;, 1080. j"
Xoaco if hereby my n that the
iijUowinjj named settler !iaa fded no
ti( it his intention to malep fin,,
proof in support of his claim and
j secure anal entry thereof at the ex
? V1 7 n n V ni I
t tlcen before the County Clerk at
Canvon City, Gr.int Count, Ogn. on
t;,s lit, slav of Jan.. 1881, for the
W h of S AV T of Sec. 20, Tp. IJ
S . Pv :V. E.. W. f., and names the
follow: . as his witnesses: Henry
Hall. Junes Frey, John Kuhl, and
D. Ci. Ovtrholt; all ;f Canyon City
Grant county. Oregon.
HENRY YY. DWIGHT,
Don't forget the Turkey shooting
t -d.-i.. i. rp..J
"u XUJ Xi0iU AUB8UB
mn vnx uiy. un
AND ROAD WAGONS
KINDLE ; h OSABB0UEP,
MvUFACTUUFilrf OF VCKNITUK.
-UrvNI Fit!', CAK: ft J i , WALL PAPKU, B-f .
Fir.it Street I?T Front St r? ao..r lcrr;::. 1
FnchMV four mdo fomrast
Water .u er nri i I e (.1 e t,
- est St ck nTe.o.. W ho esale j
kw ck d wn Fmnituiea -fecalit'. .
'a'ent School he.ks mde to 'rder.
Foitand Ogn., J-ept 1st. 1880.1 f
CAUPENTKRA WAtJON MAK PJK,
Canyon City, Oregon,
At th- oM -fcf.d of J--I.n S't! uh.
ex do rto Hr. Howa'd'A I r Sti .
All tro k i'i inv lin 'io e on ii)!.Ti
Notio'.i a s:it i n'.'to y launn. ,
15 -t fon b Ch tj
.Aluavs . n hand v.m for r? ie,
PAINTS Uf LK f ' V
ULUK, .nd VI.MHjv ftH.S .
Also AXEI.R, BISKAKK rt.
PLOW I; K MS, SPOKt'S.
FELL' E3, rUTMS, a-.l W?:t)N
TONiifE oft'.bs m r a i
N. EH I J SON
KOTICE FOE PITILICATIOil.
Laud Office atLaGrakdz, Oon. )
Dec. 8th, 1880. f
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing named sottlor ba3 filed no- I
tice of his intension to make final
proof in support of his claim, and
secure final entry thereof at the expi
ration of thirty days from the date
of this notica; yiz., Robert B. Hay,
:re-emption D. S. No. 1781. Proof
will be taken before the County
hrk, at Canyon City, Grant Co.,
Ogn , on the 25th day of Jan., 1881
for the W. i S. E. i sec. 18, Tp. 13
S. R. 2.1 E., W. M., and names tlu
followinS as his witnesses: James
Small, II. "Workins, Peter Kuhl and
John Kuhl, all of Canyon City,
Gran Co., Oregon.
HENRY W. DWISHT,
Remember the Grand Ball at
John Day nxt Friday nighi
JOHN MY MILLS,
JA?d2S NORMAN Sc Co. Proprietors
Day CiTr, - - - Oregon.
fidivir.tr spared no" pains or
exjien-- in er-c'ing a Flour
VC 1 vl ieh is .-ei-oi d to none on
th'.s oast, for producing good
Hun, we won! now respectful
ly announce to the Public that
we are pre a ed to fill
h b--.-t qudiiv of White
Flo' r, i')tliain nd Miil Feed.
A i go o 1 - g uar a r t ( ed to give
hv wti-'ii d lo be second to
nn.. nm'h- troin the same
t whi at.
ItV FMK HF.MJVO,
t..d(ods n d strict atten
tion to huHne.s, wi expect to
me it a .hare f th-1 public pa
!: ge. Of '-ers left at the
V 11. ! we1! as with Geo.
pd-iuh1 Pro...wi 1 be
j.tJ- at'e ded to.
r Ni MAN I Co.
.tf. -yr o xr oitt"
-: e bt-t o? Vilk fumlshed to'
v. citizi ii- of Cauy n City ev
irv moiling, by the gallon or
purt: at reasonable iaea.
iT THE POET OFFICE!
K. II ALL,
33 23 -flk- 2j 32 X
S ationary. Spectacles ana
Kve (i hisses, Candies, and Nuts.
SrBprRirTio.vs takn, nt PaMhera
71 f-, b .nil to L"urtiic P;j ers wnd
5r-.,-.7.n p.ibl:alic-l i" THE UNITED
ST TKFJ. Sg n- f.. Ti'us Br .. .Jew
Vr a b y Ofviizt. 'A t;l ex Clcatv-
pc.. o o
Vj iftfj 1311 IfTlOT
' 1 U Jill Jildlia'J iUlIilin
THE DALLES, OHG'W.
I -vroiild rcsicctfullj announce to
the Ladies of Canyon CitT and .ricin
ity that I bays just locoivcd from
Sfifl FRrriCISCO, DIRECT,
j fincsfc and bo,fc Assortment of I
Hat-a, Bonnets, Ribbons, Sashes; in
fact everything in my line that has
ever boon broukt East of The Cas
cade. I duplicate Portland Prices
nnd fill all orders promptly.
Plain and Fancy Millinery, Child
ren' yiNviy-mads Suits, and Ladies
S.ipplis conHtanfely in stock. For
Koosl and ityliah poods send orders to
"Mrs. U. CLOVER,
The Dalles, Oregon.
ZE3s?j? AK'07bK3, - - Proprietors.
5! v.?.4 oriroai e al the liailroad a'd
S -!.h p OHict's. S'reofe c;rs pusi the
F'fl' ro:c' 'o an; from the Home.
Street Car Tick -t- Tree to Gueits.
MOKEF1KAD & CLEAVER
T.is 'ong established anl well known.
li is'.w ni'inig under the snper
vi io of n exe ien ed nnd sec m
'ish-d N'iller ad in j roducini a qual
y FI ur qu ! to hf roductiun of
any M l! in Ewirn Oregon.
O d rs i r KI ur, Graham, Chopi,
an' Mill ,4 d, filled prompdy stall
un s at ficaon.d'le ratea, and Satis
Csh paid for llurchanUbla wheat.
The pslronags of this Piblic is Ret-
j pectfnlly Solicited.