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About Grant County news. (Canyon City, Or.) 1879-1908 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1888)
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psnr.iBiisn r.vnr.r thcksluy morsino i
W n l.nrc in Voir I
York died two days latr-r of lock.
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One hundred and fifty Nonve-!
nan families have eotoni.red at ;
Snake River valley Idado. t
The Mikado of Japan has just ,
finished his new palace. It has ;
four hunderd rooms with German ;
A corroner's iury in ArKansas ,
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sat on a man Killed by a stone in ,
a brawl, and returned a verdict; -.vere lead very soon after toueh
saying that "the deceased was: j,Kr the irround.
roeuod to sleep." . . .n . .. .
A dispatch comes through , The first randidate for the pre
London that the Chinese govern- . -"iJencv of th I'mtwl Slates by a
..l r i 4 i national convention was imam
inent has refused to ratify the 7 ' ' z. . , , U1
. . it 1 4 irt of Maryland. an Luren
treaty made hy the admimstra- , lh(t pR,i!i(lcnt oloct())1
tion providing for the exclusion : aftor a nomination matv by :
of Ohinesc from tlu country. , liational convention.
it you want to succeed in pon
tics, cut the commandments out
Ot VOtir IJlbC and Substitute: ,
Thou shall not (fail to) lie, Thou i
halt not f fail to) steal (the nub-
he money) ive.. ite.. to the end ot
A Norse stolen"' fmiin Ohio
farmer two years aKo eame home
the other day by himself, having
a saddle ami bridle on. He was
traced back over forty miles to '
ihe inn where he broke loose, but
but no one eame to claim mm.
The Spanish government is ,
trvinff to induce the I'nitcd
I'. ! 1..,..
.Wto Rorniiieiu o rcu .ee ui
abandon altogether its claim for
indemnitv of ' Sl.000.000 winch
ican citizens on account of the
losses during tlie Luuan war. . the parnWe ((f t,,e 1roclip!l, iSoiK
A Youso Topple were married " tl,;U of,thL' (;od Samaritan;
by a minister in Midletown. Kv., or if you have any better code
who after the ceremony was asK- ; of morals than the ten command
ed by the groom if he would take ments. or anything more con
his pay in something besides , moling and beautiful than the 1
money." He said he would, and twenty-third Psalm, or, on tlie i
in a few days thereafter was : wi10e; anythino- tliat will make
made the recipient of a stack of : tj,;s tjar WOt.j(i m.,rc bright without nv reserve our entire
hay. a load of wheat straw and a ! tImn tjlc Hib,0 ;ops. .UIVthfn : ,t0L... of
jug of molasses j t,mt w. tln.QU. jmy Htor;
There is a greatniilroad activi- j un t,,t' uvt amiw.-al 10 nit
tv in Southeastern Oregon at , :l l'ath.er more merciful and kind , CLOTH IXG,
oresent'. The I'nion Pacific and ! than the New Testament--then ;
Oregon Short Line has several ;
surveying parties working south
of Lakcview. Last Wednesday a ;
large partv of I'nion Pacific en-
gineers ana surveyor? passeu
through Redding to the mouth of ;
i ill river, up wmcn sircam uiey ,
are now at work, pushing north.
Three men of Chillieothe. Ohio,
arc about to begin the manufet
ure of a novel scale for which
they hold patents. Instead of
weighing in pounds and ounces
it indicates the value of articles
weighed. For example, if a man
buys butter at .'iO cents a pound
an indicator is placed placed at
:50. This so adjusts the scale
that the lower indicator shows
ihe value of any weight of buttei
nt- that price that is put on the
i-enles. They are manufactured
to weigh up to tons.
One ol the most freuuentn
, , , . Vlrtl.f
observed phenomena in A men- :
can polities is the tender regard :
for the welfare and interests pf
t 1 1 .1
workintnnen wincn always taKes
nnPfon nf ibn LpmHs nf twdi-
ticinns a few months or week .
1 ; 1
Delore every election iav. i.u.
there probably never was a time
in the history of this country
when the laboring man was as ;
dear to the heart- of the political
lenders as he is this year. This
affection manifested itself at an
earley stage in the present cam
paign, and it seems togrov more
intense every day. The degree
of fervor which it will attain be- ;
fore the canvass is over, can only .
, . . . in''
be faintly conjectured, io a j
.,!,., ...w tirM.4'iiui;nifl ,.J.j..rv..f !
the situation is extremciy inter
A report i., current that the
monumental mine has been sold
r . 1 1 T . 1 . . :
or a goou rounu muu. u ua, :
been sold, but at what figure, is ,
iiol Kiiov, n. iuu iukit
Reveille says: From
(Jhas. Miller. the 01
diseovo'vi' and tr.vner o
this well known property, situa- I
. (, r 1 A , ' 1 ,
ted near the tamous Cabell n-roiin
we learn that he, as agent for
the -Monumental Mining ( n:n
panv, has elfected a sale of the ,
sainetoan English syndicate,
wlsose manager, Mr.J. Mitchell,
, O . "r, . ,
is now in the citv. The cousid-
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CratlOn We OKI not learn, hilt
......! v ortllv ;rtr li?.l tlio t.i..n
paid was no inconsiilemble one
as the property is well supplied
with the latest and best machi-
T ,1..,-1,.-.wt Jf n,,l liocoKfiii'j I
1U1 WUk Uiwijiliil u. Him ni .. i f o i
been rated ainong the paying
mines of that district, einay
CXneei 10 SCO iue new company,
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YiriSrttrictorhin throw new life ! locksmiths ot John Day City, ; qar..sM,'ij.i3.s iiso.k
T)r0priClOl.lip. inmw ui-.v ut'- r, , ,1i,. (,.,r,, l.oa Unn inp ramj tbe following witnesJe. to jirom
innthf ,-inin hv an active nro- Granl pnnnt.v- Oiogon, has been sJtrcu,in..ore1.iJcn u,-.on. Jnd cuithinu
llUO tlie Cl.lip U, au atinc piO jv j b mutua, Q()WlinL 0J mM l.d vl Vndrow Aud.n, I'mnk c.
scciuiou ol work on their newly , A R ffiUiffi. sud
"Misprints on occasions are of 11
very painful nature. The elitor
of a temperance paper who wrote
"getting: drunk is folly," was ;
horriiied to read in "his sheet 1
n..rt tUr 1 1t..t rrr.trJnrr ilrnnlr ic
t m i .1 x i n i
. V Y L w,,r ,
UP. " " i
,s . ,e latest wonder
; lrom tlie solul oulli. it came .
nonr Ninptv-Six in South Carol-
inn im tfK. v.trmixlts" were '
imj.oxen speciw. ,liU.k 1H,ited,
ronch-coated, vet evidently not
prenared to be hurleil through
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space at cyclone late, as they
A man applied at the pension
" " "r" '
'incc. When asked what injury
he had sustained he replied that,
n W:i MVihivx iiirn for :lSlst-
he had once been a pobular es-
savist. but sincfe the war article-
h:lVo bct'u!,,,i'. lmJ?r voxxMnl
aJ of ln tuil aeeepted.and
therefore attributed his present
portion to the elle-ts of the
great internecine strife. He
was put on the roll at 82 a month
because ot ''enlarovment o! the
Somo one sent a person in
iIasSftcllusetts a p!ickage of infi-
, , Mntl. Sr," 1,1-
. yT''V . T:L ' :r'ir I ' '
At tlin ciTiio timn If vmii liovo
btlcr thsll, lho tll!U1
th- qu tjp Mouut am,
send it to me and scatter if'
In the Circuit court of the State of
Oregon for (Jranf county.
John S. Deriui", Pl iintiiV, )
S'linda Dovine, Defendant)
Devine, defendant: Jn the name
of the State of Oregon you are
hereby eointnnnded to appeal in
the above named cuintan'i auswor
the eoinp'aint fil-.-d against yon in
the above entitled suit on t,r l-fiiy
Monday, the 51 h d:iy of November
lft88. the same beinj? ti.e firt da)
of th- regular Xo ember Term
1.S of said court, and it yon fail
m to appearand answer th" plaiu-
tiff will annlv if the eoitrl for th
v.!i.f imovpiI fiir in tli! I'linmlninl
t.vwit- for a donee of paid eonrt
v. 1 1 I "
dissolvm.' the bnnd 01 matrimony
existing between the plaintiff and '
def-.idan' and for the costs and
LmntkiAiifti r ...ii.l tnt niwl frit
M,i - " , ,
U"lhrv rchf4f as lo tbc c?rt i
in emiitv. mav seem meet. You
will further take notice that this
fipnil.on -w published bv order of '
the Hon. O. W. Valker Judge of
Paid court. Mado and bearing'
date the o day of March IS-S.
Parri'" tt 1 ' zad. i
NOTICE Foil PrnLl'JATION. :
at nivir. j
.i.tii-. ! iirhv 'Amu tl.it tliv foiH"!.'-
niini'd o.!"r lo i!m1 Jiotlc" ojfhi;' intcntiiiti
n fiifL-. Htial nun.' in utitwift ti H-itm mw
unt:aii ) r uiii ii.m-.it--..r. t..- county
. oi-t.w ist:.. viz; h'. c. kanoali.,
J S Nu. eOiO, for th Nlmlf SK o-.sir himI S nnlf
k nur sr.. 1 j. ir. s a :w. k.
llfi iMiii" th Mlo-Ainr nitr.ei to prove
. f riiil Inii.l. vi! .l:tik-.oii aiitiii.er.-'. Milton
A:nlkrp"ij, v. i!lii:u Virr. K1 .v.i -Soheiiok. all
i.f Htan'.Tii, 9rcL'-.!.
ZhM 111;M;V KIXEHAUT. R?citcr.
CATTLE & BUCKS FOB SALE,
f wj , be ftt Johu Dfty about the ,
10lb of September with .1 choice
0 tf Tturou"linrea reaircea :
lot of ThiToughbred Pedigreed;
Hereford Bulla and Half Blwd j
Me-eford Bulls and a few Hoi- !
"tern and Aoer(i"en Angus imiis, .
ff ,,ul n;s,0 wi" l""c i1 ,0,I";c,! ;
ol of Tlioroiuhbred Spanish -Me- .
Merit30 Buclcs for sale
i arc fi u ll.e
1 would I like parties wishing
either Cattle or Bucks, would cal .
or,.! t.,Ln i lnnk fit HIV stoi'tf boforn :
anu a ,010K a, flOLh LDeiol :
purchasing OlPOWliCre, as 1 KIiOW ;
' ... T ;,i f . i,m.a. ,
"4 . . . ;
for part pv on tne catuo.
Newman H. CorrRKLr..
incj.MVTIilV (IP m. I'TlTCPJ!KllII
Notic0 iB herebj ivPn tmt the
no-narf.nei-ship heretofore existing
', ti a 1 l
neiwccu iu un ii!ii)iiii;u, uuuui
ll.n Cm, nnmA nf liVnmPV A: TimmR
DEPUTY STOCK INSPECTORS j
NOTICE is hereby given that 1
jj have appointed'tho following-
named persons ris inv Deputies, viz:
M. S. Koeney Lons Creek
WftrrCn Caraner W:gDer
John Carey Hamilton
.John C. Lnce John Day
Geo. H. Brown Riley
Perry Rutherford Diewsey
y. B peterson Ritlei
T. 11. Cum..
Stock Inspector tor Urnnt County.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
cmce at iaond oo.
nuv u iK-reby um that tiic following.
nanitvl Kcttlir ha filed notice of his intcntluu
to make final proof in support of rinim.
anu that -alii proof will 1
i-mt county, at earn
be mivle bffor" C.'rrkof
Canvon Citr, Orts;on. on
Orfi.bor 9th. lts, viz: J. U. DL'XN. OS No.
!. for the W I of SW rpir an J W . of N V rpmr,
Scf Sl.T)3..s It 2P, K
He naincD the following witnecf to prov
hn citHn:iout resilience upon, ami culliiatio
of Hnift ianu, vi.: I Thomas, W S t'arint:r. .las
ThomHoii, Jamo Ioe. all of Mt Wmon, Orc.
CVJ-i I1KNKV HlNEllAUT. KcsMer.
NOT1CK FOR PUBLICATION.
ljiml Otfico at I.a (.ramie. Oregon.
Atip i.ith, Iwv
Notieo liorfl.v j,''v" that tnf fnllntln?
nun'yl -ettler lia filil notice of hi.- iiiti'iilion to ,
uiHke final pnx.f In support of hi claim, unit
tliAt ic.id irK)lwil! be iurJo Ivfor.- the cotwily
Clirk of lirant eouhU.Or.. st I '.in von City, Or .
K'fWo ! '
i-ohm., chark- Krey, w ninyif, aiiof Mt vcr-
UKNKY KIXEH.ULT. llcsri-tcr.
; At LOflff Ceek, Ofim,
5 ' S '
Wo will sell at Public
tion to the highest bidder
iVC, &C., Cv'C.
Auction will commence on Tues-
day, September 4, 1SSS, at 10
o'clock A. M.. ami will he eon-
thereaftei until the entire stock
is old. r)urinj and between ;
these auction sales, we will sell '
n 1 , -un r
"ositivclv at Wholesale cost for
jOIIK.m,l01. this is n bonfl ,;do
clearance sale, and no humbug,
! therefore come and secure bar-
A Her our goods are sold we
will sell at auction, 1 Parlor set;
liedroom sets: Oininir Koom
:uul Kitcht' Iniiture; House
and 2 Lot.-, and our Store Koom 1
for sale cheap. '
A. iriRSCIIIJEIin ,v Co.J
Loujr Creek, Oregon. i
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION.
luml Orlico t Ln iJran.lo, Oro-on.
Au; 24th. ttWS. j
Notic if htrcby civoit that the follciiiiy. j
iiawi:rt settler In? filed notic t-f hi inftitiuu
to makr final pfoof In support of his claim, and )
that calil prool will lie mndo boforc tlio Counu
! Clork .it (5mnt Co.. Dr., at Canyon Citv.Or", j
.1.. t j f.V. . c
il n. iiiij. ID30, .ji;. 1 i.uin 1 .iiir.v
24-r.i mwi:Y RiNmiAirr, 1;-
T nv tT PT.nT rn t
NOTICK FR PLBLICATION.
.? 25. lfcSS.
n vl tlt!r has Ii!r . unit A' .i.'r:.- lur nt:..a
MSrM .nTOobtaerSn i
g-g;;. SVfeMSK !
dsno.tioo. lor tnc sc ir. NE.nmr., :;e
fcK qtiar., Sec 11, NW quar. SW quar., '
nd sw,,Wr. .vw auar..st.-12. tp ii, s r-b. k
lie mmrr the following' AitneiJin Ui prove 1
bWcntlnuoiw rManc upon, and cultivation .
?r' a,,L,l'is- J.- twart. Jbn Jlarun, 1
1 l.ewl Trnit, T-mt Hlae'jinirj, all of I'r.tlric City,
2l-2.' HENRY RINEIIART, Hopisttr.
I NOTICE FOlt PUBLICATION
; l-vnil Of!lc t U Orande. Oregon, j
uk" fl,n,a i,ro?f inrprt of bcr cuim. ami
ll.it -aid proof will be iuad ljforr the Clerk
ot urs.ni t-ountr. oi Canyon Citv. Or., on Orto
Otr I'M. 1SS. viz: !. v MCfci.LE It, US No.
HENRY UtN'EU.UT. Bci;Ur.
Friday ana Tuesflay
ALL AND WINT
We respectfully invite the public to call and inspect our large
Stock of General Merchandise, and learn our prices.
We have a full stock of goods, and are prepared to fill any
AS TO PRICES WE GUARANTEE ENTIRE SATISFACTION
As to quality
We want your trade!
J, DURKHEJMER & CO.
The Leading Merchants of Prairie City and Canyon City, Oregon,
If You Come to Baker Cily Go lo the
Great I X L Store
Whero you will get the Biggest Bargains for Half the Money as any
other place. Wo aro closing out our Entire Stock of
UoodB in all departments. You will get
more goods for 50 cts than for
$1 at any other Store in Eastern Oregon.
Closing Out, Closing Out! Closing Out!!
;"0 men's Suits at ?7; formerly $1-.
2") men's Suits at $8.00; formerly $lo.
1 ,000 pairs men's pants $3; formerly G
fiOO pairs men's fine Calf Shoes 32.15; formerly 5.
Here is a Stunner for You:
75 dozen Ladies Vndorshirts each ).' cts; formerly 75 els.
100 dozen Ladies' Hose each 15 cts; formerly '20, 25 and o0 cts.
r0 dozen Ladies' fine handkerchiefs 10 cts each; formerly 25, to H5 cts.
75 pieces Summer Dress Goods light shades 20 cts pr yd, formerly 50.
This in a Great leader in Immense Bargains.
Great Values for the least Money,
at our Closing Out Sale!
The Great 9. X. L. Store, Baker Cily.
r Be suro arid send us an order, or come direct. Tt will pay
you. Ono trial is Sufficient.
Haptonstall & Bart
John Day City, Oregon.
-University of Oregon
N:xt session begins on Mondav
the 17th of September, 1838. j
Froe scholarships from every
county in the state. Apply to j
your County Superintendent
Four Courses: Classical, Sci- j
entitle, Literary and a short Kng- j
usn uourse m wuicu there ih no
Latin, Greek, French or German.
The English is pre-emnu ntly a
Business Course.' For catalogues
or other information, address
, J. W. JOHNSO.V,
CITY & CANYON CITY,
of goods we guarantee everything just
13 O i
3 &r 1
bZ(- is. ;
UPPLIFS NOW ARRIVING!
J. C. WELCOME.
SADDLE & HA'RNESS MAKES
Has just received a Full Stock of
SILVER INLABD BITS and SPJUMj
Which will be Sold Cheaper than has Ever 6eeu Sold in Grant Couil.
IT A Full and Complete Line of Everything that is found in vC
Vaquoro Saddles, Plain or Border Stamp . .$8o.0Q,
' Checkerboard 41 !..38.00
Water Lilv " $45.00
Taptoaroes, Extra, with Saddles. .' $ 5.00
Extra Spades and Spur Rowells for Repairs, kept constantly
A Full Stock of Buckle and Spur Conchas SS.SO to H.5Q
eP AXY STYI,K OF SADDLE MADE TO ORDER
-Just Received, a Genend Assortment of Fresh-
tit kph. imifmm
1 -1 -ni
i'VA TEAS, Imported direct from Japan.
TAPIOCA. GEKMEA, CERE ALINE
CREAM WHEAT, CORN & OATMEAL, Etc.
1 OBACCOS & EL GUSTO CIGARS,
PATENT MEDICINES, DIAMOND DYE8,
TOILET ARTICLES, Etc., Etc.
Will Sell at Reduced Prices For Cash.
CROCKERY and uLASbWARE.
To close out, will bo sold at cost, and below eosh-
CANYON CITY, MAY 11th, 1S88.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Land Offlw at The Dalle.-, Oregon
Notice U hcrby gire.n that the JclluMrinf
named fiettler hai Ule.1 notice of his intention to
make final proof itt iuppoit of 111 claim, ami
that aid proof will be made before J. T.Mae I
CpumyClerV of Grxul musty. Or., at Canvon
City, Or., on September tt, lb3, vlt: ARTHUR
BKiQ, 1)8 StiO, for the KE quar ot N W qutr.
S half NK auar, and BE qtur ot NE qaar., Sec.
1.1. Tp.. 17. 3 K 20. E.
He namea tba fnllowlnjr witr.esies to nrorc Lb
continuous residence upon, asd rnltlmtlott nf,
said lad, vix: D H Stewart. W IT WLiU, Chaji
Ladroar, of Stewart, Or ; Charles McJnljre, o"
Vi ville, Oregon.
'31M f. A. MilKJNAiil, JlcjuUr.
H. R SELS.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at La Grand. Omiod.
July SOtJa., IMS.
Kotico iali-rcVr giren that to foJlowinff
namod settler ht ttM notic of hU Inttnlion U
taakr final proof la support of bit clals, and
that Mid proof will be made befor the county
Clerk of Ufaat county, at Canvon city. Or., on
Sept. 15th., 1533, via: CHA3. b. UTLKY. DS.,
73Ji, for tbe quar ot aB qear. S5 17. and
Wbalf NBuuar. and NEooarolNE ouar.
i Tpl!J.8B23. EWM.
Uc noturs the foliuwiax "itiaMe to pro re hi
i routicaons rnldeooa upas, aad cultlritioa (J,
i ia!J land, namely; David Matfll, WalU
I Brown, W. D. Offlcer aud p. R. Attertoa; ail
i of Uom Bud, Orwtoa.