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THE GEAM jxjrarr NEH
CA.YYO.Y CTTV, GR.'l.YT COUYT) . UKJ-JMJ..Y, THURSDAY. OCTOBER :I j , 2SSS.
Gran! Co. News.
COPPS LAND REVIEW.
. PUBLISHED THOnSDAV UOKN1XG,
Z). I. ASBDRY
Editor and Proprietor.
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
Six Mouths. 1 50
Three Months 7f
The Chintse and The Public Domain.
! The Chinese Question is just
at present the all-absorbing
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Co. Judge. . . .
School Stipt. .
Stock Inspector. .
N. R. Mnxcy.
I. T. Mael
. .N. H. Boley.
J. H. McHaley.
If. If. Davis.
. . . . J. II, Neal
....W. P Gray
E. J lay es.
T. H. Curl
, L. B. Tson
James A. Fee
J. L. Rand
! An" exchange says, truthfully,
that the great question For most ;
of us should br. not how we can i
do o-reat things but how we can
do the common and homeiy du
ties of life mooe faithfully, re-
tonic of nublic and political dis- membering that, alter all, lite is
cussion, and a bill prohibiting ' mabe npchielly oj eommonplaees
the immigration into this conn- 1 There lived onee in a "Western
try of chiiiesj .who., wiism
'passerby congress, and is now j xious that her only son shoulc
before the President, who will
probably sign it now that ofli
cial information of the rejection
by the chinese govmment of
the treaty recently proposed, has
Quite a flutter of excitement
was created a few days ago by
the announcement in the public
prints that Assistant Commis
sioner Anderson, of the (Jenernl
Land OlHce, had rendeed a decis
ion to the effect that a Chinaman
who in 1887 declared his inten
tion to become a citizen of the
Tinted States could legal y initi
ate a homestead entry.
It is quite certain, however,
that whatever imy have been
the foundation upon which tljo j the very best blacksmiths there
achieve some grnt success in life
himself above "the common run
of med," as she said.
When she reflected that even
the presidency of the Unithe
States is within the reach of the
poorest and humblest boy, she
did not wish her son to fall far
below that exalted station of life.
Long after the son was a man,
anquaintance met the ambitious
old lady, then visiting in a dis
tant state, and n-ked her about
her son's success in life-
"Well.' she said, eheerly, "he
ain't the president of the United
States yet; he ain't a senator, nor
yet a congressman, nor governor,
nor mtvor; but I tell you he's
rumor was based, and whatever
may have I cen the opinion of
the Assistant Comissioner upon
the sub ject at the time of the
publication, no such decision
was promulgated, and that ofii
cer is now firmly of the opinion
that unless a Chinaman en con
clusively show that he hail de
clined his ii.tention to become a ! ed voting man ruhcd into the
dtizen of the Tinted States prior j New York Centrl depot, when
to the amendment of the Nat- j the gentleman at the entrance
nralization Laws in 1S7.J. he can i said.
in our part of the country
Indeed he Is!''
To do bis duty well and faith
fully as a blacksmith is to lift
himself to as high a plane of life
as he could reach in a m itch
more exalted position. Youth's j
A few days ago a nicely-dress-
LflURKHElMER & CO.
PRAIRIE CITY & CANYON CITY, 0RG(M."
i. T 7 J ft All N l l Ti"- , 0
never become (jualin'cvl to make
an entry of lan h under any of
the laws where citizenship is a
It appears that the district
land officers in one of ih:? 'IV;
;Show your ticket, please."
'1 haven't any."
You can't "o in there, said
Coal Oil, Best Quality, per case of 10 gallons
," 2nd " Pearl
Stock Salt per 100 -Liverpool
Fine Table "
l!nl I'm in :i li'irrv tn niv
iuother-in-law." said the vouirg; Sugar per pound
ritories permitted three China- i man in an excited tone. Oofl66 G"OOd. T)QT "001121(1
men, who had filed their declara
tions of citizenship in 1SS"!. to
make a mineral land entry, and
the case came before the Assis
tant Comissioner for consider
ation. His judgment was em
phatically recorded again it the
leaglity of such an entry, and an
order of cancellation was made
at once; no li dding for cancel
lation with privilege of appeal,
was made,but the entry was can
celed outright, without a word
in the decision about th? right
(Jo .-n quick voting man: go
in quick!" And turning toa y.
stander, the olliiccr said: Tin y
aren't ofted os anxious to sec
A conn try negro got drunk
last night and the police got
him. As is alway- done, the
prisotu r wo- searched before
' being turned into the eel ! .
I It didn't make any difference
until! the station-lionsc keeper
to the left hand vest pocket.
They ain't nothin' the.i, bos,'
Tea " per pound
Flour, 1st Quality, per 100
Nails per hun pounds
. . i .i .. 1 1 -i.i
of appeal, on the ground that oaruey (juicki.
w en. iai;e your nanc nm 01
7e Carry the LiargeM fetoek m JElaMrm Oregon!
PROFESSION A L CA R DS.
ORR, iM. D.
Canyon City, Ogn.
Oflic-on Main Street in Hooius loriocrly oocn
pleil b Ur. Howard.
P.. O. W. DA HL'KIt
Pliysieiau t Surgeon.
CiWyoti City .... Oregon.
Formrrly u( low, hi located her"!, atiiS wil'
attviiil I'Volti-eluiinl tulU day or uiht.
fl. Ortc iii-)ite News Otlkv.
jr n. coi-EV.
Canyon City - - -
only citizens of the Cnited Stales,
and those who had legaly declar
ed their intentions to b.s-ome
such, can make entry for min
eral lands, and that as the U 'vi
sed Statutes as amended by the
act of 1ST5 excluded Mongolians
from the priviledgeof becoming
citizens, the entry was iilegal
and utterly void.
Very few Chinaman have ever
become citizens of the I'nited
States. I am informed that
out of the thon.-ands that have
come here only sixteen weere
ever naturalized. If this be true,
and no change occurs in our
naturalization laws, the bublie
domain will not be absorbed to
any great extent by Chinsmen
I loss, pler.se sir, don't toke
"Take your hands away."
'Hoss, fur de Lord's .-ake."
'Well, what it r
"Hit's my rabbit foot, boss.
1 'lease sir
He kept his rabbit foot.
A story was told some years
aro, in which alio red bandana
figured, that may now bear tell
ing again. Tlie narrator said:
"Senator Thurman, of Ohio,
uses a red bandana ami blows
the loudest noise in America
Some yearf ago, while Thurninn
was on the floor addiessing the
senate, t senator from Nevada
who had formerly been a brake-
Onice in Citv Hotel.
CANTON CITY, OREGON.
All housekeepers should know
that sugar boiled with an acid,
if it be but three minutes, will
be converted into glucose, which
is the form of sugar found in
sweet apples. One pound of
sugar has as much sweetening
power as two and one quarter
pounds of glucose. In other
words, one pound of sugar stir
ed into the fruit after it is cook
ed, and while it is yet warm,
will make the Fruit as sweet as
two and quarter pounds added
while the fruit is hoi I in"-.
1 it '
um uun mim. juo , na; f)n mw M nj j
usually prolific in offspring. , .u T,;unn!l!1 ;videmMi
iikxry x. corp. I .... ... ,
on 11 Mio ect iiu .liiuunnv uiu
the red bandana, placed it to his
nose, and give a terrible snort,
whereupon the sleeping Neva
dian sprang to his feet, caught
his desk, acd began to whir! it
around at a lively rate to t he
great amusement of all pre.-ant.
The senator afterwards explain
ed that he was pleasantly engag
ed in dreaming that he was at
his post 011 the car platform, and
when he heard Thurman blow
he imagined it was a whistle for
down prakei, and seeing the red
bandana he thought it a signal
P J . ".r)r
We wish to impress 011 your mind the fact that we are selling
goods at retail prices, cheaper than other merchants can land
them. Our mottoes are:
rice to A
in Canyon City cent per pound additional to Prairie City prices on all heavy goods all other goods same price :tb
We Respectfully solicit your trade.
MER & CO.
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