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?r7W O? KW' FrLy Ut f ,ifry patients
ilUUO lU. JLHd :1)er(!.iv die of Asiatic cholera in;
rUD I.I SUED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING
October IS, 1SS8-
A physician has discovered j
that the older a man grows the
smaller his brain becomes. This
explains why the young men j
know everything and the old j
men know nothing.
Flour lias advanced 52 per
barrel in "Minneapolis and it is
confidently predicted that it will
go to 10 per barrel. The Hour
trust and short crops in Europe
caused this raise..
American cashier consider
Canada the safest pl.-.cc Toronto ;
when they are in trouble. We
contribute this joke as our share
towards assuaging the ill-feeling- j
that is said to have arisen be- j
tween the Kanucks and the
The News that the Mormons
are buying large tracts of land J
in Mexico, nnil flocking there !
ms, will cause
in this country.
Then emigration will be a bless
ing, for their religion is
nant to a civilized nation.
The prohibitionists are male- j
ing a '-still hunt." They do j
not cx)ect to carry any state j
this fall; but they express hopes
that in 1802 they will elect
their president. "What a revo
lution in public sentiment must
take place in the next four
It is estimated that throe mil
lions of dollars will be expended i
tor political uniforms and arti- ,
cles dnrinir the camnainn, of
which amount Indiana will
spend 150,000. New York
City and State head the lis-t with
an estimate expenditure of
ly a recent decision of tlse
supreme court of Utah, the
Mormon church corporation
has been dissolved, and its prop
erty forfeited to the jrovern
ment. They are allowed the
tl . 1 , . . , . r .i 1
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.Some fiend put a bottle
strchnitn in a spring near Phil
omath recently, and now the in
dignant citizens of that place of
fer a reward of -t 100 for the ap- ;
nrohonsinn of the wretch in order '
that they may ornament a limb !
.t4l l.C.-k i 4 Kn k.wl a rAiArt
llllll tl. VIIVI Jl 11 lVt..
The spring was one from which
water was u?cd for campmccting !
It aiipears now that the inn- 1
lOl'itV Of tllC braVC ClllCllo-O HO- ,
'. , i !
licemcn wlio were not removed j
i . , . .i ti
by the Anarchists in the Jlay- .
market riot, wciv. removed by j
tho politicians. Thus are the :
defenders of the wwdt.h of Chi- j
cago rewarded for risking their
lives in battling with the in-.b. j
lint politically speaking it v. a ;
The immigration or the
nose is towards the East.
iind in Xew York, JiOston au5 ;
smaller cities larger and fresher
iields for their ant-like indus- '
tries. The San Francisco
Chronicle estimates that from
400 to 500 leave San Francisco I
cverv month for the East. At
this rate the Chinese problem
on the coast will solve itself, if
the Exclusion bill perforins its
The following from the gifted
pen of Col. IngcrsoH is remark
ably good: 4J have made up
iny mind that if there is a God,
he will he merciful to the mer
ciful; that he will forgive the
forgiving: that every man must
he true to himself, and tnere
no world, no star in which hon
esty is a crime. The honest
man, the good, kind, sweet
woman and happy child, have
nothing to fear in this world
, , ,
nor the word to come: and upon ,
these rocks 1 stand.
There is one awful mad
woman in Kansas. She heard
that the legislature had offered
a standing reward of 1000 to
any woman in the state who
raised a family of P3 children,
accordingly she has been put
ting in her best licks lor several
years past to eai n the money.
When her 13th child was born,
she called on the governor for
the cash and learned for the
Urst time tnat tne rewaru was a
hoax. Then she was mad. The !
fun of the business ceased with i
, ., , ii, , ,
the 7th child and she has been
keeping it up for revenue only
J lone Kong. There is the grav
est apprehension felt in Ameri
ca lest the scourge should he !
carried to our ports in ships j
from the infected district this or i
next season. The danger can .
be reduced to a minimum if the
Scott Chinese exclusion law is
strictly construed and rigidly
California towns are still ju
bilating over the signing of the
Scott Chinese exclusion bill by
Somewhere on the road between ;
mv residence near Prairie Citv i
ami Cauvon Citv, a Mexican War !
certificate, issued by t!iC Comtnis- j
of pensions to the under- !
signed. The Under will confer h i
great favor by leaving tho fertili
cnte at tho posloflicc at Prairie
T TOW Qilfl 1M 0 Q ) Q
!JJi,UAJ uuu iUUU ijiuuiu.
LEE PillLLERn Propr.
Cnnyou City, Grant Co. Crspcn.
ikt:i: xrurs old ?taxi
Hnving lxni;nt (1.rse 1)0m,iai
SlnblesI respectfully solicit a shro
0f the public patronage.
i First-class Single and Double
I Teams to let.
FIXE V.UOG1KS t U'.Ul) CART:
care of transient stock.
L , County Courl of tho Pute
of Oregon, for Grant County.
In the mutter of the estate '
of WalterS. Sagr, deeeasetJ. )
Notice to Creditors.
To all Whom it may Conckk.w
Take notice that the mdorsign
ed was o the :2:2nd day of Sep
tember 13S8, by order of the Hon.
County Court of the Stale of Ore
gon, for Grant county, that day
made aiid entered appointed ad
ministrator of the vsfate of Wal
ter S. Sngc. d?ceasd and that
letters of administration have been
dailv issued. All person having
chums against the snui estate
name, duly veiified is by law re
quired t(tlie und:rs:gui.d at I'rai
r e C?ity, Grain: cnaniy, Oregon,
or at tlse oiHco of M. J). Cbtf nl
iu Canyon City, tJranl county,
Oregon, within six months from
the date hereof.
Ditud at Canvon Citv, Oregon,
rt , , ,
ucioyor io, ir-.
NOTXCK FOB PUD LI: ATI ON.
v it.TUs f,v',n V1'" f
ITOBIt 'ttt!r lms lll-.l Jl..!i. ( .It't irUtli !
i- ; i.lprHjf in M:p..rt f f I.ih . Uit.-. un.I
that !aM l'rivf will W :im1- !. f..ro i ;; I'ou.it.
.itHiK.-. w in itu sti!.c f.;ro ti.. rip.k i
(Jranl i'.intv. Or., nt Cnny-i . Or., on
1,,, is,. wx: i.ao rj. H)sn:n.
Hi!. No. )!.). for th Kha'fSl! iur., mil I olx
1 & 1. i-ei: I. Ti 14. .S K 31. K.
lit IMMK--thf HII:tinj; Vkl'i.r. t4. .r.i
hi ci'iiJntwr- r -i w i-no i, an-! i uiiA .iuni
of Mil Uifl. ic: M-.Icir XV II nr,
W'ta Ltntv, J.Mle A I.ft- it, llif i.":!ro:i C-'y.
A - y ;.riiti wlio ilin-t- to jr..ji 1.1 oiunctt)i
I itVf if Mich proof, or nho (cihjh-.f ;n
,i!li.'t;li.il roa--m. nin'.tr U mm! the rr
iiL'tioifof t'i? intorwM- lici'irlnii-'it, uhj sach
prMit h't il.l n-ii le alhiivcil, will hi ci :i an
of- rimiity 't t'.w abv' wn'toiifii tiiac ami
i!a; to I'fim'C amia tlw iti!efn nf miii
daiHMfil, :i:iI t' "iriT niiW in rcbu'ta! 01
that xlhiniliul liy i-laii.i.n c
SH So liKMtY KIXHIIAt.T, Uesri-ttr.
NOTL'l-: FOR PUHbl
l.an 1 O.lic - ! Ii (Immlt.. Oie.-oii.
'.Ht. I, Is-s.
Xot'ce licrlr civ n tint tin fVottiii!:
jumiii ?rtt!rr law tllt-d :i i:!c of his ii.ti'.itmto
nuV fitu'. prcaf in (ipt:or: of iU dtim, ami
tiiat Mltl pmof 1li ic inaii' In-fort th Jnl;e
or in hi ahi-ence I ctr ihu County C'erk if
Craai vi,tv. at Cam-on Cit. Dr., on !(: m
tKr Ui. :!." viz: I'I'.ANK McBKAX. lid. No.
;?!! :trUiu XW ipiar XW ipmr, . It, jm.1 t J
fmxz :,u" B "uar SE SvC
IN' natis tUc ''ilUnv'iiit' .Uiih w In wwc
hie c nUiin!tx riviilesuv it; on, i-ikI cul:irxUin
of, sii! 1hk1 Win StHi hu-ortli, .Imes XV
Al.t-n. John J Wah. Walt V Iferry, all i.f
Any ;erii hIi-i il' -in-" to jroU'. atiiii-t
the ttlIoiai.w f vji ;i )n ;. ir who kttutttf of
riiv mtb-taiitial rcan.i. an icr :1k; luw aa tint
rfnlmtio-.f of t!. I:S-ri jr i:irtmcHt, why
si.h jtr-f lo:tM not V- uroaoil. will l-dcivwi
nil ojqt rtu:iit at the rh v liiciitioiiad tinu
ami iL.i't' troi!-e:a;nin. llr H:tne of tmiii
Uiiant. anl to i:ir i.I.;j in rubutlai ft
tint i inn it ted In claiitia't
mi. m:.N'i:v i:ixi:uakt, Htti-te-.
XOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
IjtnJ Office at I. Orai l'. Oregon.
IK!, 'th, l.sSS.
Notir( U lwrthy siin tli! ths fulfowioif
naHiifl MiltliT hjm lileil notice -f lii-" intention t i
inahc tliial iir.if in riii.irt f f lii claim, an, 1
that ivi it ir-H f wl I ht inilr hefore ('unity
("Ifrrti f Orant Co., a? Cm in on i Stv. dr.. on
Nnrimtwr A)th, ls-. 7. . jniiX sliilOEDEIt
1 S N.i. s3!2. f..r the S lialf of S Iialf. Sec 4. 1 m
17, S It 81. E W M.
Hi- iianien th foll.iwiri!; witntsiioy to prove
IIM Cnn:ilKll-i rfMIU'lKI
of. miiiiami. u:
Ins coniitiitoii'i rt'Miiwi.-c uimii. ami cumtutton
tin L iaiiiioK, (.hurlfx
lUnkitis, all of ltlnntnn,
Anv ernii who dtrtrca t jci.ti-sl.tSAhi.-t the
alhiuancr f such IToof, ir -.vim know? of- iy
fiibstantiil raon, tin I.t tho law ami t Ii resit-lation-of
tlii! Iiitrrinr Iifirt!iieiit. hv null
j-rtMif should nt l nllowil, will he jfiven an
oni' Tt unity ut tin- aSov; montiotil time ami
lao t3 croj f.xariiine the uitnof e of fail
ciaii.mit, and to i tlor evidence in nUuttil of
that Mibinitto.1 liv efaiin.iiit.
rw.-. IIENKV HlNEUAItT. Ue.tlr.
Strayed, from Mt. Vernon, Aug
1st, with F. Wallace's band, going
perhaps toward tho Mai ham ran
ges, One Black 2-year-old Stallion,
with a very few white hairs in fore
head, branded 1 TT on left shoulder-
The above reward will be
!,ftW for inforiuationileading to the ,
Z .V r ' r !t
horse to me at Mt. crnon, Grant
52 AV. G. KIMBERLING.
NEW TO DAY.
VARIETIES AND ROUGHS.
in tiii: old rosTornci: min.niNo
CANYON CITY, Oregon.
Toilet Sets, ('liine.se and
Japanese Goods, Dolts,
Books, Pictures; and
Nick JVacks of every des- i
GAG 13 SISTERS,
3ASCHE .& Company
- vvu. bToc.n or
Just Koceived, and will be sold at
low price:, for cash.
). ti. 7'7,S'A; Agent.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lsml Office at Lt On.ndc, Orrgu.
t Cth. 1SS
Nolk'e !.- litreliy given that Ihc f! .ouIbk
tiMiiotl ht:l'is liN'.I iinllce .f tlc:r Siitcn
tlnsrt" vute lliial proof in mnjMitt if their
rials!'.-;, and thst sniJ j.ioof wili Ih nmi'.clivtate
the Toniily !rrk i.f (Jraiit count tr..at 'siixn
Citv, Ort-., on No :uVr 7th., li'vS vis; GKO.
lACtCSoN, IKS X. sl(:. for I lie li 't SK qaar.
a' i Kli quar S-c is. T III. S 'J as. K W Jl. an I
i.: AI.IIKKT DUE W KIT. I) S Ni. 8:..for the
K XWaar, si;i X lm!f XlviJiHi- Sc 25, Tp
ltt.'S J ,M. i: W .M.
lie name the followiii w itno-DS to ji:ovi his
cinUi.i;"!is residence u oii, ant) cutittOon (.f,
mi! kill' I, viz.: Uutlur I .lolimn ii, Iink l.'utnic:.
Win A rurimaii, Amiiew l.nl;cy, Juke laikuy,
all of I'r.iirif City, Oron.
Any pulton wI:o !cs"res to ;rut.t '.'aiii.-t ilia
iiwuiK-e of Micil ir'M)f, or vh koiM of any
silltantiiil ftumu. uinlcr Oii-l iw end the riyil
lations -f the Inurior Pofnirtitiriit, wlij uh
jinnrf slio- Ii! not lo allowori, i'l li"!'.:isn
jwrtHjiity nt the :.b.vc nu'iitioiicil t!!rt a:.tl
jilu-i to ri4.i-tx.iniitic the ;tn.'!..'- "i
c'.:in:it, anrt t.. tiller c.Mrii" in nln.lil of
ll.a: niiiniiU'l lv i-lalmant.
liKNICY i:iNKUAi:r, U-:":-Vr.
XOTTCF: Foil PULiLICATlO.W
IjuhI i.nicnt I-t Orii lo. or.
i'.ip. 15 4.
XoXv i, Iitr. V tfivtii thr.'. I! ' !lowin,j
mr.iisi elth'r !ijji notitv ( h; iii!t-nti":i
lo I'.Hiiiiiiic ami iRkkt; linalrrouf in support
of iii 1 la:m. ami I hut saiil , roof will 1 tnaio
V.-fo--1'; cirrk of Qr.nt C.. "r . at ('a;yn
Citv, 0:1 Xuvvtnitvr iltti. li-S. ir.-. WIJ.I,.
1A.M I'.. S-JOIT. Uil. Xi.377. fi r t:iu S J S
Se.- S. Tp IS, S K 27, K W JI.
lit-tiRinrs thp io.louiiii' witm??.-. ti prove
liisi oniini.o':- rc-i-N'i.c-: upon, ami ul'.ivatiou
uf, ai.l laml. viz. Oe-jr'J liKIMiniir, I, V Ilti-K-r,
Willia'ii I'oj:. of Stew.irt. (JmiiI ciUlit., Ur.
iiI .lanif-i I'-.pt; of Mt Vcri:J!i. Orus'ii.
Anj pw.-'on wlio tli'Mrus li protmt against
i!k atloHniie of sni'li prixif. or who knovr.-i.it
anv .lutttantiul rcsii. iniilcr ihe law i.nI :hi
r-': "itioii- of O10 Iiitcr:r !eprtnie:.', why
- it .. ;irf rlioui .1 nil lie atl'tweil. will be si.rn
4:1 opportunity ut the alive inrnUtiiini tisiu
am! plactj to cro--fNainiiii' the witia-fts nf
saiJ ciatHiant, and to oiler vtitknc? I:i tohuital
af tlml Milmlttetl liv olithiimit.
2i)S IIKNItY lUNKlIAKT, UtisVr.
In the Circuit court of tbc.Sratco?
Oregon for Giant enint'.
Millie Drawner, Pill'., i
JJiawner, Deft. )
To David Brawner, defetulant
lit the name eF theSta'c of Oregon:
You are hereby rerjuirod to ap
pear and answer the complaint
filed against vou in tl.o above en
titled suit on or before tho first
dr.y of the next :vgu!r term of
said Court for said ConaU' to-ui:
M outlay, Nov. ;", IsSS.
Y'ou will take notice that if yon
fail so to appear and answer, for
want thereof the j.kiiiUifV will tstke
jijdgniont against you for the re
lief demanded in the complaint
l"i ed against ymi in the above en
titled trait, tt) wit:
For a decree of said Court dis
solving the bonds of matrimony,
now existing between plaiutilt and
2. For tho cam nn'ody and con
trol ot the minor children the
issue of paid marriage viz: Pa id
Br.twner and Olive Bniwner.
53d For tho costs and disburse
ments of this suit, and for sucli
other and further rrlinf in flio
premises to equity may pertain.
1 Ins .summons is published In
order of Hon. L. B. Json, Judge
oi spui Ueurt.
Dated September 11, 18fS.
C. A. SwEEK,
Tn the Circuit court of the Slate of
Oregon for Grant county.
John S. Do vino, Plain till",
S diiula Dovine, Defendant )
'1 o Solinda
Devine, defendant: In the name
of the State of Oregon you are
hereby commanded to appear in
the above named court and answer
the complaint filed against you in j
the above entitled suit on or before
Monday, the oth day of November
18S8, the same being the first day
of the regular November Term
188S of said court, and it vou fail
so to appearand answer the plain
tilV will apply to the court for the
relief prayed for in the complaint,
to-wit: for a decree of said court
dissolving the bond or matrimony
existing between the plaintiff and
defendant and for the costs and
disbursements rf said suit, and for
such further relief as to the court
in equity, may soein meet. You
will further tako notice that this
summon is published by order of
the Hon. G. .V. Walker Judge of
said court. Made and bearing
date the o day of March 1SSS.
Parmh & Cozad.
Canyon City, Oregon,
Traveling men will find this a
pleasant and desirable place at
which to stop.
Give us a Call
Yoe Nem, Hny Ak and Lung On
have been appointed receivers of
the entire business of ivam Wu
Chung at John Day. Any persons
indebted to the firm of itain Wa
Chung & Co. are requested to malce
settlement with these men. Those
to whom Sheo Pon are indebted
must look to him for settlement,
and not to tho firm, ns he has no
share iu the business.
, Hav Ak,
John Day, Or., Sept. 17, 18S8.
China Date August G.
CITY LIVERY STABLE!
CO RK A 1 1, and FEED STABLE
(Wood tt Church's old Stand)
CUkv! Iihv tea'Ti anil nice Sndille Uor?cs
fnrninlil t all hourf of tho day or niIil n
ruoi:ullo :icc. I'.irtictiliiratt'jnlion jinid to
l-oarliii','aiid u'roomlni; transient ttock.
Slain and WasliiiiRtotj strtct.
FRUIT FOR SALE.
I will sell choice Winter Apples
for 50 cents per box until the lirst
of November. Aftt?r tho fruit is
stored for winter the price will be
One Dollar per Hox. All kinds of
clean grain takent at 2 ets. per lb
nt tho ranch in exchange for fruit
Onions 2i ets. per lb; cabbage
ets per lb, and all kinds of vege
Residence two miles below John
Day o'i The Dalles road.
, Customers will please not call
:it my place on tho Sabbath Dnv
for fruit and vegetables.
18 V.m. Lite.
Three Hundred and Sixty Acres
of Lmd in Silvies Valley. Gooc
bottom bind, and commanding line
Range. A comfortable House,
cellar and corrals, and cold spring
on premises. Will bo sold cheap,
as owner intends to leave the coun
try. For particulars euquiie at
News Office, Canyon City. 27
NOTICE FOR PURL 1 CATION.
U-xnd Ofllcc at IvOrndo. Onnn.
Stpt. T. liWS.
Notiuo is In rohy k'ivc" that the fuilowin-
I ...i.l. , 1, C. .,wl nnllr.. ffl.!j ir,l.
Ili.tlK II l tin .i.w.a "unit- imi llltuti
to initku llnr.l prnr.f in mipp rtof hi claim, and
thatsaidpo f will he made lMj:nre tho County
onO. tohur lSt'.i. 1SSS, viz: T. (!. I'.ANDAU..
. . . . . . . . t. i'i..lrii, - i t. .... i
H .0. ejZU, It). IIIU lull! ol. llll.it UIIvl o llilll
sk ii.r 4c-i p ir., s it :w, E.
lie nantf the rollonln? nllneHW to prove
li Ofntiuuoiii rciili.nee upon, an.! cnltiMit.un
..f. sid hn l. vir: Jackson Ch.itiihcr.. .Milton
Aiianiroii, Williain Mhkc, Edwin Schcnok, all
of Hlunt.in, Own.
sww iikxi.'Y itiNEiiAUT, ltipvcr.
PI If 11
0. P. CllESAP
Stationery, Bookd, School Supplies, Gilt Rand and Glassware, in End
less Variet'. Fancy Wares, suitable foi presents for both Old
and Young. Boys' Iron Wagons, Baby Carriages
from Fourteen to Eighteen Dollars apiece.
Candies & cigars. Tobaccos, Cof
fees, Teas, Lard, Flour,
'Dried .Friuls, Canned Fruits, Hire. Cream Wheat,
the finest breakfast dish known Fishing Tackle,
Fif-h Poles, Baskets, Tubs, Brooms, Limps,
Bird cages, and everything that is
usually kept in a Variety
Store, all of
Can now uj Bought Cheap for Cash. the OldStandin
CANYON CITY, Or.
500 Cattle, Yearlings, 2 and 3
year olds ami nj.
Also i,000 Mutton sheep.
J. DlTvKiLEIMER & Co.
JOHN I 'OSS -
w and Jeweleri
CANYON CITY, Oregon.
Mr. Vo-s lias permanently loca'e.1 at this
pkieu, havin; livun imrnwl out at ArStnton, and
is piojiariil to do first-class work in his line.
3T The llupairin? of Watcdus, Clocks and
Music ltojcutf, tu., a ; ocially.
Hoots or Shoea made to order, or nwtly i
All Worlt Vnrrantod First-class.
TO ALL I'KIKN'DS ANJ) CTSTOMKKS: I
On the nij'ht of Sept. oth our
entire stocic and buildings were
entirely dei?tnved ly fire. We
request all persons knowing them-!
selves indebted to us to come for- j
ward and settle at once. J)o not .
delay, but come forward and pay,
as money we must have.
P. B A SCI IE A' Co.
I). B. FIPK, Aisont. Prairie Citv.
E" 80S l PF'S
I will pay the hihcst market
price for 1 leer and other Hides
W. 11. CLARK.
20s Canyon city , Or.
flOtWTY oli:: li.rtikrilate of rcu-is-5!
iy j.ri..r to Juiy 13tli, 188G
V wiil be juiil on ytxisi atution, ami inti-r-
at will cejpc f :o!ii thin inU-.
N. II. IHU.KY, Conntv Trca.
Canyon City, Or., Oct. :t, l 2i
Notice lo Sheep Kaisers.
I have about fifty head of Bucks
for Sale; Tiioroiudibreds and
Grades. They are in tine condi
Will be found at my Ranch
three miles below John Day city.
531 John C. Luce.
A Band of Sheep 3,000 bead
Perfectly free from disease, good
woolproducers, averaging about
7 fpounds each. Range in Bear
valley, Grant county, Or., and
known as the
HARDY 13 AND OF SHEEP.
Will sell tho entire band, or half
of them, on reasonable terms.
For Particulars enquire of Hap
ton stall & Dakt, John Day, Or.
I will Sell Good Brick at SI 0.00 !
per thousand for Cash, tho next
sixty davs, near Prairie City, Or.
Address" PAUL FA J MAN,
Or enquire of Geo Shearer, Prairie.
PitAiim: Citv, Ok., August 11, '8S
DEPUTY STOCK INSPECTORS
WOTICK is hrreln- given that!
j j,l have appointed the following
i namod poi'too as my Deputies, viz:
! C Kiphiv
1 "lm J- Jul,luJ
. . Long Creek
Wtt g nor
! t.,1,,, p., ,.,,.
' JojU C. LllCC JokllDaV
I -tr TJ-1
G oo. j i. brown ItiJey
: 10ITV Rutherford DtOWSOy
1 , , - , J
j V. 13. I'et.erSOll Kilter
I 'p tr r,.l)T
' Stock Inspector for Grant County.
j.. aa: XT 3EP 3S HI O 3HC , I
II. STARS ELL.
New Hotel, Canyon City Or.
PIltST ClAtlS ACCOMMODATION'S
Tables Par Excellence!
Wlien In The City Give
STANSELL & CUIM!
If You Come to Baker City Go lo the
I Great IXL Store
t Whcra you will get tho Biggest B.ir-aiils for Half the Money as any
! other place. We are closing out our Entire Stock of
Goods in all departments, ion win gee
mon goods for nt) ets than for
$1 at any other Store in Eastern Oregon.
Closing Out, Closing Out! Closing Out I!
50 men's Suits at $7; formerly $12.
25 men's Suits at 8.90; fonm rly $15.
1 ,000 pairs men's pants $;: formerly
500 pairs men's tine Calf Shoes 82. 13; formerly 5.
ere is a Stunner for You:
75 dozen Ladies Undershirts e.ch tts; krmorly 75 et.
100 doxe'i Ladies' Hose each 15 cU: i'oruierly '20. 25 and .'JO eU.
50 dozen Luiios' line haudkerchiofs 10 ets each; formerly 25, io 35 cte.
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' pieces ouinmer iress irooti? ng:u s:ihibs o eis jt u, lurmciij
This is a Great leader
Great I 'allies for the least Money,
at our Closing Qui Sale!
g. Xo L.
ST ie sure and send us an older, or come direct. It will pay
you. One trial is Suflieiont.
Chtrke Sf JVeatherhy
THE LEADING GROCERS,
Will sell you goods cheaper than any other house in Baker Oity:
They carry a full line of
STAPLE' & F-IXCX GROCERIES
PRICES MARKED AWAY DOWN
Full Roller Flour
Good Roast Coffee
Choice Japan Tea
Parties wishing to lay in their Winter Supplies will Save Money
to call and examine goods and get our prices before buying elsewhere.
CLARKE & WEATHERBY,
Saker Gity, Ore.
Just Received, a General Assortment of Fresh
FINE TEAS, Imported direct from Japan.
TAPIOCA, GEllMlvV, CERE ALINE
CRKAM WHEAT, CORN & OATMEAL, Etc.
TOBACCOS A: EL GUSTO CJGaUS,
PATENT ME! I JNES, DIAMOND DYES,
TO I LET A RTICLES, Etc. , Etc.
W!!i Sell at Reduced Prices For Gash.
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE
To close out, will be sold at cost, and below cost.
1L M. 8ELJS.
CANYON CITY, MAY 1-lth, 1888.
Opposite the HI. E. Church, Canyon City, Oregon
SAW S5RED, Manager.
Wall Paper, Window Shades
Building & Carpet Faper,
W. K. CDKXINGTON
Given to Every 0n&.
Us a Trial.
in 1 inm ens e Bargains.
Store, Baker City.
&5J.25 per Bbl.
25 cents per pound.
.25 cents per pound.
Jul Jjj XI j J
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