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CANTON CITY, GRANT COUNT X'. OREGON, WIURSWIY, JUNE 14, 'ASS S.
Gmnl Co. News,
l'UDLISUCI) THUKSDAV HOUNIXO,
D. LA SB DRY
Editor and Proprietor.
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
Subscription ?3 00
Sis Months 1 Q
Three Months 75
TKANiUK.VT AnVBIlTISBMENTS $tm per
Mtare for first, ami "l (Kir tre tr oai
ltj fetr advert inn o wade Vaewn kh ap
No oerlttic-ktc jfh cm mail all tl-arge i W
All Heading Notices in Local
"olumn will be charge.! at the
rate of 20 cents per line for first,
and 10 cts each subesquent inser
tion. Special raUa to regular
WK ARE HtRl'AUKl) TO EXECUTE
4 Fine Job Printing c-
or EVERY nUSOKllTIoN, IMIEAI'LY
iPoslors, Dodgers, Billheads, Let
lerhoids, Noiehends, State
I'RiXTED TO OKDER.
Wim C I A L 1)1 R ECTO K r :
Qo. ,7iul-a N. K. Mnxcy.
DJmtk J. T. Mnel
Tj'Ottsuror 12. Hull.
- . f T. A. McKinnoii
( I. II. Mendor
Surveyor J. II. Nmd
Shoriff. A. C. Dure
Assessor M. D. Cameron
ZnU.rfl Sujit IJ. F. Dodson
Stock Inspoctor T. 1L Curl
n:cf t,,.i ,..0 ( L. -IJ. Ison
Pisr. Attorney M. D. Clifford
PRO V ICS SI ON A L CAP. DS.
OUR, .M. D.
Canyon City, Ogn.
OWtoeiM Mailt Street in Ilwme farmerlv ooctl
Wj Ir. f Inward.
t. u. w ;sakui:r
HI'In siciaij cfc Surgeon.
C&yH City .... OreRn.
FWrMi'ri.v ot IK3. has tornled Jwre, nd wiH
attend l'rn.)-iMat nil day or Might.
3. ODfee .lU- Nkk-jj Ortke.
Canyon City -
Office in City Hole!.
Q 1. IIAZELTIXK.
CANYON CITY, 0UE00.W
5. A. Knight,
From Tin' Dallos, has jtonnancntly
locRtrd at .lohn Day City.
ALL WOEK WARRANTED.
Q A. SWEKIv,
Can;? C - Oregon.
ATTORN KYS AT LAW
Canyon City, Oregon.
13. UlNEAUSON, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon
PRAIRIE CITY - - - Grog n.
Bills, Notes, and Acounls.
Car.ycn City, Oroc
AM kuhM-' ' enrr'itd tn I'W rare ll riwlvc
Pkaieu: City - - - Oregon.
Also Agent for the sale of School
CAjYYOX CITY, Or.
PRAIRIE CITY, OR.
J. JJ BATES, Proprietor.
The Cnlinarv Dt-paitmont i.s in charge of Competent njul Er. erieacocl
Cooks, who "spare no labor to d lu-nor to .he palates of the Publu-.
In Connection with this Popular
the Best Brands of Wines, Li.,..or
i--- sample i:t.oMS roi: rojiMviu'i ai. t,:ayei.ki:.s. -.S
rjilU)H .N TON W ILLIAMS
CANYON CITY . . OK!ON
Ollice at the t'OUli HOUSC.
g S. DENNING.
Long Creek - - Orpgon
Canyon City - - Orkoon
OTOfliee with M. D. Cliff nl
Land MiiKr ami rutli-rllnns iom )!' atttn- !
d to. nu aim Mottle, dwi.. MMi )
dur '1'? rcasoiialt.e i
W. A. WiiMtmn. . Nt. Hi liox.
Lakeview, Or. Iliirn. Or.
WILSHIRE & HUDSON
Attorneys at Law
LAKEVIEW AND Itl KNS. (HE;;oN.
Will irHcth-' in the Circuit Court at Canum
City, ad la-rore the L'. S. Uind OHicc at Lake-
Any lulM" In the Ijii.I Otftre tntni5t'.l to us
will recti f the mtl iirMtit attention.
13T lAlid cased .-oikitcvl.
F. C 1I0RSLEV,M L.
Graduate of the University 01
P "'NNSYEVANIA, April 3, ISIS.
Canyon City, Oregon.
Odice in hisUrugStore, :dain St rom
)rders for Drugs promptly filled.
tVo professional patronage solieted j
ml iss directionsarestrictlyfollowed
JohnDay B.ilk Rano
Fresh milk d-div.-red daily t
my customers in dohn Day ami
Canyon cities One me your 01
ders. J- Oliver.
ST A OK LL7E!
.Icwett & Tracy - Pmiirictors.
Stage leaves Canyon City with the
U. S. Mail at 4 a. m. on Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, and ar
rivos Alouday, 'Wednesday and
Canyon Cm, Oiikgon,
GROT. If TITO Alp SO A
Traveling men will find this a
pleasant and desirable place at
which to stop.
Giu' us a Call
!Icdu: Tful roimii'iu .ill iiiincii.iiiiiiiii.i
lly and excem: renjKntu. ir.eouraiiiintlTil
HLHIL I Ulll J .v... v.t V.MUI.II1.V..
fiotah. f'urtM reknof min i and boJ;; Ncrri
ebllitr. Bpiticl Kh3Uftton. Manhood, ou.
pvrcHal nru invinralT am! reorati. 1'ar'
i.n ti tu UAKlIlt ILEiL CJ Vtoi M. iluCato.
Hotel is at all times supplieil witn
and Cig.us. I
Old PostOffice Building
. it e.it act ml t-.if:!s i'i o.ir bluti-, c-ntntj , or
Regers Smith's Plated Ware, 1 1- - A.i.:n."
WATCHKS, .n:V,KLKY,CL'TLi:itY;Q fa KOW &C0.
Optical Goods ana Stationery.
Si!i!-critioii)' re i ;vl nt I'liMjlifr's ratos for
all the le:uln:y I'mur .md Maivim x JMihli'lud
in the ftiit 1 Mate.
EAKER Zm mi ROLLER
, n ti n..
Liitl8lon ci Palmer Bros.
Try our Flour and bfconie con
vinced that it is First-class in ev
Orders From a T islanco ProiupilY
Attoalo I to-
II TJ3PP33.IC I-I ,
0 .-1 rSVlr:
- - Oregon.
in.ulf li ordor. or neatly
Root1) or Mm
All Work Warranted Tirrtt-clntH
A NY O.N CITY . - - Oregon
Hugh Smith, prop'r.
A Slm& of tko 1'arCat Of Wiles and
Tiie IWt clgrs in ike .Maikct.
A Ptrif'y nrdtrty hoao cedr.ctl
TUCIk ER. $ CARSON'S,
re ron rn jft a dr'nk of lli- tajrot Wines
and I.Vjmot. .r .innke a d Clar.
. Ari- ai Viio.vli-.li'ed the tiet, luMni; hardier,
I into" tiro-fart .ve ai d yield hi Iter crops.
ri Nk. n.i.Lsv::ATKi) catalogue
Lvu.i,i..j ,,. i,t ..r'rti... n,i,4 tnt ou tapll
c.tioa WUHt I'OU ir.
: i J-. Lt. XX-A &: an
i . , J
T F nf It kc Seldcmi . St Pmi M. J
V-'rS -. . ,
Sheep Dipping) Powder
IS USED ON
IT IS A
LB WATE& DIP
AND IS THE
Cheaoest, Safest and Best
Cure for Scab.
It has been in use half a ccntury
a"d applied to a greater number of
sheep than are now existing on the
earth. Shell, Heit-hu S: Woodnrd.
Vhclasab Agents, Portland. Or
usmauuu .,Sr -u, ,,,
j I tT n. by ai Vaa
w avenouse uo., J.ne i;aue3, ur ; uuu
retailed by all merchants-
cd by all
C.ViiN an 1 Tr:l !. M..J. -l.t iin- I. an ! :!!
l'alt-i.l li-i-lii.--- ln-t..l Mr in. I'.-tu J"t'i-.
'nr Hillo if it-1 . l'ati-i.: Oi'nr N
1i:im- no -! h :ir iM .-j, r I uiin - 'Itr -ct, t
cm tr iti let jut - ut lniii in !. - ti'iu- .it
is.i ii-I t'nii tli-.i-ii-inoti: fr ifi WivliMiii'ii'i
n l lrruu. r t- t", with !-if
tioii. We HihNt' if Mt nUf.e or m-t. fr il
clmre "tirf let ilu til xittnt i-i r. 1
A Ih, V. "H ... to Out .i.i I'.ttent!'. ' with r. fir-
)l.ii;c J'aUiit V .hinoti, D. C
MA KIM and CANYON CITV
YcCUcK & GEIFri", Prurn.
Stac l.'nvfs C.uiji.11 fit 1 vcri momititr cxtfjit
Suniiny, ;uriinij at lUklr t(u- nt-xt iImv.
G d Unins, goml c mvcjancvS and fust tittle.
Every atli ntioti i veil to ttiu romfnrt of jw?
Livery id M stable .
I Inrsi'.s bonrded bv thi1 dav r J
wet-k at n'iison:tbh: rntrs, and 00 1
Trail mt Sio k rootno I and taken eari- of in
the Ih'-I iMi-fit.!f iimiiniT. Tntii"" nt i!ji or ilu
livcrtd at any hour ot tliediy or liii-lil.
Single and Doublo i earns tc 1st.
Ajfi-nt f rtior.t Walk it. I'-rtluitd, Or.. fir
the Stu.'.th.-kiT wnv'oii, Enifire inn it. .1. I
Cau jn(i-. - ami tliie.-hvr', ui.d a 1 other Inr.de
tneiitt deerihe I tnth-ir eit:ii..,'t'. Ever; tiling
wnrninti-d and i:d at the lo'.vest ixkk.
Canyon City, Grr.r.t Co Cregon.
I T C Ft T I n W "n" re vi!utinni-d the
I1M VLlI 1 lUnw.irM d..ri:.Z the lt
halt . i-nttiij . N.it lMt inioitf the w n-ier ni
iiivi-iili-.i- iii.j;r - . i a m tliod :id -:n of
wo'k th.it tai 1-e ; erf"Miie I ovt-i the nmiitrx
Hillmut F-iBi'itinu the worker fr.i'n th'-ir
lininiH. l'.-i.i iIVmi : ano nne ean do the work :
cither VotitioM: no .-jH-ei:il ahllit.v reiiuire.1
Ciji'til mil 'iiiMxiid: J uuie r-tarte.! free. "tit
this otit an 1 rituni lo i:s and we M-:idnn free.
s'.tii.tl in f ;r(il Sil" and i!uli rtKC'-e
lh.it 1 t.iri on in luiM!!e.-, whieh w.il
iirini: oii in mi. re nioiiev riht u:v. tlm'i anv
thin.' "-! in the wot Id. CKANH OITFIT
1'KEE. Adl.csp TICl'K O) . Ai:is; . . Maine
ni7FTD Sea Wonders ii-t Jn tho-
U L- L. I s.uiiIh oi Ini ni.-, tint ate hi!r(.icc I
I iy tli- mat vols' -f intention. '1 hose hn lire
in need of iiro'.itnld'' w.irk tln.t esin 1' donv
whi'e livini: .l hotn iIkhiIiI .it nr .. -nd tli !
itiltes. to llaliet Co., Co. tl.md. 'uiu . an !
rwiv fn e, f..ll nforiii i'ii-n how either s.;x. r
nil h-. ea:i earn fr .in s"i to i'l ;er (lilt ;in l
iinv .rl" liere i-r t'n-i ii" Y-'U .re i:.rted
fro", 'ijii'.al i "t ri- inr.-.. S i i- !..x ; iim'Ii
im-r . in a si'i-Ie il 1: ill lliii vn'rk. All '
Hiir 11 its Youthful Color.
ii Jtioblo fcr Cciigtu, CoMs, Inward Ttlns, EiauiW. t
The BUYEItS' GUIDE ia
issued Mitrclt and Sept.,
each year. It is an oncy
Iclonedia of uacftil infor
mation for all who pur
chase the luxuries cr tho
of life. Wo
can clothe you end furnish you with
nil tho necrscary ana unnccusnur
appliances to ride, wall:, dance, aleop,
eat, flah, ltunt, work, go to church,
or stay at homo, and in various sizes,
styles and quantities. Just flfjuro out
what is required to do all these things
COMFORTABLY, and you can raarro afatr
estimato of tho valuo of tho BUYEiiS
GUIDE, vhich will bj sent upon
rocoipt of 10 cents to pay postal,
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
Ul114 Jlicnlgaa Avonuo, Chicago, I1L
50 Mill mm
.fNJfc--ijS'Jteantra anil lrm:tir.iv tlw Lali
i.if S5'3 Never Fails io Eeslcro G.ti
THE OLD HYMN.
Ity l!n. (iir. Arei.ilNtM.
To-ilay, with quiet he: r., I heaid
The prayer, the anthem and
And gently on my spirits fell
The sweetness of the Sunday
Till at the reading of the hymn,
With sudden tears mv eves were i
That old hymn! Its sacred lines
Had fallen on my childish
- , m-' .-jj -JSJo.
Mv lite turned back, unbind-
The slreeh of
Xear me my little dtiughtor
And yet I was again a child.
Outside the winds were fierce
The winter's chill was in the
Bui I could hear the bonny birds,
And humming insects every
where; And feel in spite of fro.-st and
A summer Inveze from long ago.
To find t he place I took the book,
And held it in a woman's
While all my soul was moved
Xo other soul could under
hand; And unite unseen with love de
vine. My molb-r's fingers folded
And not because the music rose
JC.'vultingly, I held my breath,
Lest I should lose its sweet de
light Upon her lips the hush of
For yeare 1ms lain! and yet I
My mother's voice in every word.
Full well I know the dead are
Yet rometimt'S at a look or
With short relenting, will the
One moment give us back our
Oh happy pain! Too quickly
As swiftly ended as begun.
Tacc the Music.
One of Mr. Longfellow's po-
ems contains a uireciion uiai.
in an age when a sickly senti
mentalUm prevails more largely
than it should among n large
class of people, is well worth
heeding. The poet says -He
bold.be bold, and every where
behold be not too bold." The
struggles and defeats, the dis-
appointments and sorrows of
life are things that require a
hold front and a brave heart to
meet. TIk')' uccl uot be met
with 'muscles of iron and a
heart of steel," Grumbling is
ot little avail. lo wra i up
one's self in scorn and assume a :l tlul t.inmiu They should
manner of ice counts nothing; f.lcv ti,e nuisic. It may be dis-
it rather makes against the dis- arreeable. but it is manly.
heartened and overburdened , Uoisc Statesmen.
soul. To attempt t escape' PIM '. "'""
.. I Ihere is a strong popular de
from them by calling to aid t lie t , . . . t r
, J, ,. , . ! mand in this country m h.vor
pirdol or the dagger ot the sui-1 . , , e ,
1 , r 'of such an overhauling of our
cide is to play the part of an ar-) . , . . , .
1 . ' , , . . luaiiiigration laws as will proteit
rant coward, by basely shifting; , . r 4. ,i
' , " the nation from tttc scum and
the burden often upon weaker; I . ,. .
. . s 'bunni's of hnrope. It is well
shoulders alrojuly bowed !ov n
- . . .
liy a load beneath which the;
i...i.a cr,..l M-d lifts
""i"" " "
agonizing crie.; to the soa.vc of
pity and lulp. et tin, is the
methotl adopted by many to rid
themselves of the consequences
of their own vices or those of
M'l. ,.!., r,.,r,b i.nbt.n.,
other.,. t'-g-M'1h,1, ,
.ifourdaiy pp-rs teem with
accounts ot suiciues. A suici
dal craze seems to have struck
the country like a desolating
flood. The young lady, crossed
in love, becomes misanthrpie
an 1 se.?ks to end her life lv
ltupiiig into the river or I li row
ing heivelf hefoiv some fast :ul-
overtaken by a flood of business
calamities, wlien he fees linan-
eial ruin and disaster starino-
him in the face, seeks surcease
from trouble at the end of a
' pistol. Often times iK-ople
commit suicide Tor the most
trivial causes. At Goldemlale,
. Washington territory, a voumr
nian enUtid bis liTe because his
r ,j - in:
father reiused lhtn jiernnssion
to atieno a circus. J he s Dread
of that suicidal mania should of absence, pus.-ing through the,
cause alarm. Yiien we con- Sines and, after almost incredible
sitlcr what life is in its true su' - 1 escapes ami hardshins, succeeded
limit y of mcaniii"', when we re- i" reaching ht-r side in her
call its wonderful jwssibilitics, Northern home.
the sweep of its pleasures and Upon her recovery he attempt
enjoyments, the wealth of a flee- , to retrace his steps, but was
tsou that may crowd its fair ; seen and recognized in New York
pr.laces and transform it into a ; and arrested as a spy. After due
veritable heaven; the Angels of trial before a competent tribunal
Joy that, bright winged, may ; he was found guilty and con
touch their h::rp& through all , dcnined to be shot. The lady
its ample corridors, until they in question was a neiee of Car
tremble with a it range, ghul.! Iimd (then Archbishop) ilan
harmony: when we Iwk at the !" and the whole force of the
deep meaning or life as viewed J Catholic clergy was brought to
from the standpoint hy its An- j hear upon !Mr. Lincoln in order
thor, and th n sec the ba?c use; to secure a commutation of the
to which men put it, the light- i sentence. This was doneinef
ness with which they treat the ; fit-'L for the unfortunate man
precious jewel, tossing it about ! v.'ns permitted to marry the wo
ruthlessly as a fool would sport ' mstii of his choice, and then both
with a diamond on shipboard. ' were banished to Paris, wheie
until, in t lie earless moment, i they lived under the surveillance
it hounds from his hands into ! of the American Minister until
the rat!:mr ocean to come u; the close of tire war. Such, in
again no more, wo may well : deed, was the condition upon
marvel at the ingratitude, the j which his life was spared by the
thoughtlessness, the folly of 'President. The brave Con fed
man. Suicide is the act of a crate's wife is now a widow, and
oward. Thete is .nothing brave j her eldest son, through the
or manly about it. It is a much j kindness of Mr. Cleveland, to
cssier thino-to die and by tlyiiur I whom he is said to have told.
escape certain ills of life, than
liveto meet and overcome them.
Anv coward can u.t a mtol to
,i - - - , t
his head and blow out his brains,
lie is a brave man who despite
a hundred defeats, despite op
position, as of a thousand de
mons, despite here?; vemen ts that
wiring his heart with strong
agony and turn his days into a
constant gloom, dares to stand
U against them all and with
noble fortitude, liws on. doing
his duty as he ean, ami living
f,. thoe dependent upon him.
;f not fOP himse'.r. Iii:siu:::N
j wlo 1:ive brought children into
j t'.,e Worhl. if disaster comes and
j tjuv :u.c thrown out of work,
. j.,v dastards, if thev, in an hour
! ()f de-'o;idency. c anmit suicide,
' yinA lt:tv:nw the burden of their!
j support upon si hrken he:trteI
; u.;rLS ;UKj i;g the tender little
u-nifs urwiti the wit
' r r
(KVJin (f 1,.. a little moral
tonic just now an excellent
( tlilxiix- People shonhl have a
lincldiiBii' iiiitwul of a strimf fot
' ,11;,l.1ic .....i
UMWlt II UliU Vll'" ...... ......
. . . , ,
tif.i' h;ivi! Iieen s!i!tiiei neit; un-
I 1 ' .1
! til they constitute a lenous
yf o,n. Amei
, ewlllMIlli;Iw gcverni
mrtn.nre, vc,e illtri),illceii in
- 1 '
"'!ciRvkiug or s.:pp:eing this
I mt wy (1(j.jiL. p
, .t r . r i ,t
share the fate of much other
beneficiary legitlation and be
sacrificed to jjartisanship and
prcsiuoiu mtiKing. rusc r ore
Rammcc of the War.
A few days ago" the face of :i
lady which still retained traces
! great former beauty was
pointed otit upon the avenue,
U!,d tl'o following history was
J tc,l'l f its possessor: During
: t!"- war her bethroted lover,
while serving as an oliicer un-
der the bann r of the Confeder
acy, learned incidentally of her
serious illness in Troy, N. V.
1 Nothing daunted by the dangers
' ...i.: .1 '. it"
winch encompassed such an tin-
oeriaKinjr, ne omaincu u icave
his mother's story in an-acci-
denial meeting which happened
in the grounds in the rear of the
Wlitto House, is a tadet at West
Point. "Washington Capital.
The whirligig of time brings
about ma:iv and sttijwndous
! eha:ins, and sometimes it isn't
dow aUmt it cither. In 1S70
Cii-.-ter A. A i t h nr was kicked
out of the Xew York custom
house in disgrace by President
Hayes. A few months after
wards Arthur wa president ami
1 1. 1 yes had retired lo obsecurity.
In LSSl Lellville V. Futlerand
Jtseph C Mackiu were rival
i m lidatc- to tiie Democrat!:
utititaia! convention in Chicago,
I' filler was defeated. To-tlay
Mackin is in the Joliet peniten
...... . ....
tiary and Fuller is the Chief
Justice of the Uniied States.
All of which goes to teach ns
j tl,:l Jl;? t-su vorll goes around
j vvp ya top half of the time.
old .I:m Downey, down in War
saw the other day, "I have
about concluded to join the
Improved Order of Red Men.'
Dolly looked up from her
sewing and very quietly remark
ed that she thought he had hot
ter join the Improved order of
The w ise man is the man who
, , ,
knows what to do when the
CONSUMPTION SURELY CURED
To tiie Eniroa Please inform
our rondel's tuat 1 have a posi
ti e teniedy for the above uarued
dise tse. Bv its ti i e!v use thod
8!Uuls uf hopeless cneefi lwvu 1 cm
! ,r:ltan-.,W cured. I a'.tall bo
t -M to send two bottles of my
euif lv ritKE to nnv of your rf adeis
if n -i
j . ho have cousuinpuon if theywill
j send me their express and 'post
office addr?ss. Piespefctfully, k
T. A SLOCUM, M. U.,
dSGuio 1SI Peatl st, New York.