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Grant' Co. Wwr
PUBLISHED EVERY TIIGRSDAY MOUSING
October 2, 1SS8-
The man who answers all po
litical arguments with a propo
sition to bet, usually has more
money than brains, and fre
quently has very little o either.
The senate has passed a bill
allowing any person who has
relinquished a homestead entry
before the expiration of the re
quisit six months to make an
other entry not exeedinga quar
Bets have been quite lively
on the election during the week.
One $500 bet has been taken
on the general result, one 50.
and a check for $500 by a re
publican is now waiting to be
Wr.rlnc tbo wo'itlinr nrnnh- '
et, predicts that a rcat cyclone i
i. to pass over the United States
d..flV 11,. not mention !
shortly, lie did not ineution
the fact, but democrats expect
one to strike the republican
party on the 0th of next month,
and vici versa.
In order to
mails which leave
Fla thev are emptied onse in-
1 ia., nicy .uc ciiijMit. u
to a large box which lias w ne .
bottom, and brimstone or oth
er disinfectants are burned un
der the box from eight to twelve
ho.irs. All the smoke from the
through the mails.
llepresentative Hermann is
very mad because of the differ
ence or rather negligence of the
admiristration in carrying out
the law for the establishment ol
the new Harney land district.
He proposes to iiml out who is
to blame for the delay, and for
this purpose introduced a pre
amble and resolution, demand
incr of the president the reason
ofthe delay in the establish
ment of such oflice.
At Marchaltown. Iowa, last
week, a democratic politician
called the old soldiers -'a pack
of d d paupers," in the
nrpsfitie.e of an able-bodied vet-
eraii, who at once proceeded to
thresh the democratic politician
handsomely. The veteran had
his'fine paid, was presented with
an elegant testimonial, and was
made a member of- the depart
ment commanders stalP, C4. A.
R.j by special order. It isn't
altogether safe to monkey with
tlie old fellows vet.
r . .
It is an encouraging sign, of j
the times that the' anarchists !
have begun to light among 1
themselves. Of course they ;
must light somebody, and see
in.r tluit it hsis tfrown unsafe to
liglit the public and the author- f
itics, they wrangle together.
Dispatches tell how four of '
these agitators were thrown
through a window of Pytha- j
goras hall in New York by :t J
committee ot tlieir Dretiircn,
and how the incontinently eject
ed ran shoeless to their common
enemy, the conservators of the
peace, for protection. It is to
be hoped that the Kilkeny cat
iight will proceed among this
vile mob until both .side are ex
terminated on that line.
Now and then we stumble on
- ... ..:..4,1 mnMn"!tv in tlin
to an antiquated curlolt) in rue
form of an old niossbaclc, wlio
doesn't believe in immigration.
"We met one this week. He
said that people were too thick
in Gj-ant county jdready, and
by the time his grand-children
vere grown, land would be so
high that they would have to
light out, for some new country
in order to get a sta't. In con
sidering the question of immi
gration these fellows forget, or
haven't sense enough to know,
that in one sense of the word
wn are all emigrants, and had it
not been for the spirit of ininii-
oration we would all be to-day
residents of other nations, or
possibly would never Had exist
ed, and this delightful country
of ours that now blossom like
the rose and yields cheerfully to
the wants of civilization, would
yet remain a wilderness wholly
occupied by savages and wild
beasts. Take a sensible view of
tlie nilUlCr ailU lllVIie people
.. , . .. ,
from other state;
ties to settle among us. Some
of our most thrifty and prosper
ous farmers are those wlio came
here only a few yeas ago, and
why npt invite others to. come?
There is thousands of. room and
plenty to do, and why object.
Let the country Jill
every foot of land he
something for man's happiness.
'NASAL VOICES. CATARRH MID
A prominent English woman iy
lite Aineiiean women all have li
shrill, nanil voices and falfco teeth.
Americans don't like the const mt
tvrittiug they ct about this n:i-:t!
twanir, and vet it ia a fact caused by
i our dry stimulating atmosphere, and
the universal presence ot catarrhs!
I But why should so many of our
I women have false teeth ?
i That is more of a poser to the Kn-
; lish. It is quite impossible to ue-
' count for it except on the theory of de
ranged stomach action caused by hit-
' prudence in eating and by want of
. regular exercise.
lk)lh conditions are unnatural.
! Catarrhal troubles everywhere ire-
! vail and end in cough and consump
tion, which are promoted by nuil-
; nutrition induced by deranged
stomach action. The condition m a
: modern one, one unknown to our an
cestors who prevented the catarrh,
cqld, cough and consumption by
abundant and repnl.tr usu of whaj is
now known as Warner's Log I al.in
..ri,rri nml f vm rii in t it i( i2 rciuetlv and
! Log Cabin sarsananlla, two old
! fashioned standard reme lies handed
i down from our ancestors, and
now exclusively put forth under
i the strongest 'guarantees of purity
' and ellicacv by the world-lamed
! tiiMl:ntH of Warner's fcufe cure.
These two remedies
fall and winter era-
stilvimce. together with an oj-
casional use of Warner's J.og Cabin
rose cream, to strengthen and protect
the nasal membranes, give a positive
i assurance of freedom, bom nom
' catarrh and thtso dreadful anil if
I neglected, inevitable consequences,
I pneumonia, lung troubles and con
sumption, which so generally and
fatally prevail among our pe jple.
Comrade EH Fisher, of Salem,
: Hnnrv Co.. Iowa, served four years m
the late war and contracted a disease
called consumption In the
n fr jt heill0rrh.lJ.c
. Warner's I.o' Cabin o
using Warner s J.O'.'vaimi
consumption remedy, he savs, under
date of Jan. 1Mb, 1AS8: "I do not
bleed at the lungs any more, my cougn
does not bother me, and I do not
have nnv more smothering spells."
Warner's Log Cabin rose cream cured
his wife of catarrh and she is "sound
and well." J ,
Of course we do not like to have
our women called nose talkers and
false teeth owners, but these condi
tions can be readily overcome in the
A $300 election general re
sult bet was made at Arlington
last week between a republican
To Fruit Dealers. Shippers
4,000 bushels of choice Winter
apples and 2,000 g Hons of cider
vinegar now offered for sale at
lowest cash rates.
1 will sell apples l.y the quantity
at the ot chard, 50 cunts per box
or 1 cents per pound, cash in hand
or take merchantable farm produce
on delivery at lowest cash rates.
Special and reduced terms oftVr
ed on heavy orders, or for the ta
tire crop in the orchard.
The above designated rates to
hold good during gathering lime,
or from Oct. Ut to Nov. 1st. lfrS.
By dose attention, pruning and
cultivation, I can now offer to tlie
public apples of superior size nd
llavor. and n-i g.;;d keeping . varie
ties as are to be found Ea toi West
of the(tsi'ad.' mountains. Come
sw:d sec and judge f r yourselves.
Orchard situate two miles e.istof
John bay. and one half nvi'e s'mtlr
of the Pntirin C iiy and John I ay
road. li:-si-lence in iV.plar drove
north of the orchard.
Hard cider, ('renin eider
and Swoet cider free to customers
D. I'. PilNKlIART.
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION'.
ijmd ORiee at t--(irlde. it.ii.
Oct 13. lss.
Notice I h' Tchy siven that the !oilwinij
naliica -clller li.t- filed notice of hi? iutt'iition
to mnke tiual pnwf in riipportof his claim, ami
that said p oif will he mid.' K'fore the Comity
ci.rk of (Jriitit tounlv, ai 1'miivoii Ctr. )ririi,
on I)cci!inler sth. liTx. iz: JOHN W. I'OW.
KLL. M I) l.Vt. for the S 1 2 SV 14 See IT a-i-1
N 1 i N W 1 .V "'o Tp 1 1 S It ft! K
lie luinv the f Uoiic witnesi-e- to prove
lii o"iitini!OU4 re!d. lice upon, and eultivat on
..f. siid land. i.: .Iam-. II (;i-ti. of UUutou
Or . and J-imei A loftoti, l'taiik l.niiraiic am!
James J Konuull of Canyon City. Or.
Anv vrp"" w''o o- to protect atrint
the ailowanceof sucli proof, or who knows of
any nil-tantial reason, mrler thv lw and the
rfyolutioiM of the Interior Oepirtnient. nm
I such pr Kf s-hould not hf llwel. wiilh- iv.;n
, .l),l,rtUl,i,vat tj,e ai.-.v.- m?ntio-.i time
himI p;.c- to eros.-imiiic the- witii'-ss oi vvl
, .-ituiiMiit. ai.'i to oner ,nuiice in reiuiiia. o:
: ti.at Mihmitted hv cl ilina.it.
; SI-:Jt; HKNHY RINKHART. Rrsisttr.
Livery aii Feed Stat.
LEE FILLER, Propr.
Canyon City, Grant Co. Oregon.
ii:ti:r kuiis him stanh
Having bought those popular
StablesI respectfully solicit a share
of the public patronage.
j fp First-class Single
! rcams to lefc'
FINE IIUOGIES ."fc ROAIJ CARTS.
care of transient stock.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Ht La Orantle, Orcpm
Oft. 10. lS.
Notice is licroliv trivm that tin followins-
ininitl r-cttler lias filed notice
: of hisintpiitioiiro
of his rlilin, and
befori the .l.id-e
nuke final pr.wrf in iipiMirt
tliat Mint ironl ulll uc made
' or in l.U ub-encf Ucf.-rc the County Clerk of
''r"11 Canyon Oty. Or., on IJuliIii-
lH.r u, vi2: kkank mcIikan. im. no.
27i, for the NW qnar NW quar, Soc 13, ami WJ '
SW ii:ar. See 12, ami ?K ouar SB quar Sec 11, .
T 17, S It SI. K.
He iiuincH the following wltnoSso!" to proc 1
his C MititiiiOMH residence npon, and cultivation 1
of, a.!d land l.: Wm Southwortli, .lauios W
; Allen. John J Wash, Walt V.' Hurry, all of
I Any iwrson who (losircs to iirotost nptiiift t
the allowance of m rh proof, or who knows of I
j an x'lhstantial n-aon, tindor the law and the '
rrnUlion of the I;it. rir liuparlmcnt, why j
wicli prpr !iiou".d i.nt htv lUii. will ne iriven
nn oi)i'.rH!iiiiy . t the alxi' HM-iitloiii-d time
and Uct toem. cxamim; tho iUiesfS of said
. claimant, anJ to ulVer evidence in rebuttal of
that submitted br claiiiiant.
' 30-85 HENnY HINEHAIIT, HcgUtcr. 1
VARIETIES AND NOTIONS.
IX THE OLD POSTOFi'ICE BUILDISft
CANYON CITY, Oregon.
Toilet Sets, ('hincse and
Japanese Goods, Dolts,
Books, Pictures, and
Xiclc .A'acJcs of every des
cription. . GAGE SISTERS,
BASCHE !& Company
PKAIKIKCITT, OK. -
A FULL STOCK OF
Just deceived, and will be sold at
low prices For cash.
D.'R FJSfv, AsJcuL
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I and 0:'.l:e at L- Ori!e, re??iii.
Oct !th, lSvi
Notice i herdtv viwn 'hat n:f loilouin-:-i.amt
I Mltli'ishaVf HU'd notice of the r inton
ti..iiti make tliml lwr in mjijMiri of their
ciuiiti.. il that snidjironf "i!l 1 m.nis htforo
Ihc Coiintvilrrk of Oram comity Or., at C.iiij-on
I ntv. ()w,ii Noiiilivi- -liiu., m:
JACKSON, DS No. -il;. fr Ihs H S SI- tnur,
! S 1 Ni: ciu.ir Sec i'.. T lii. S 't 'M. K W M. mi l
I ix: AMIKilT DKKW KIT. I No. 6.V,for the
! V.x. NW (iiar, :in-i N half NKqwr Se :".
S i: K W M.
Ui-iiaiHciihc follow iiu' vitnvM tu jirov) hif
loiitiiiiions reoMenci' ii.oii, and cultivation of,
raid land, .: Ilubli-.r 1 .lolin-oii, Hick (onne:.
I Wm A Tun man. Andicw I.HKoy, JtiKe I-skuy,
all f I'rairic City, On-con.
i1 Any 'i rxm who dero to pr'jtest against tlie
nUou-nnee nf Miieli (inHif, nr ho knows of any
siihitaiitiul roji-on, inuler the liw end the rcifii
.atioiK f the Interior iviwrtim nt. why .;k
Hro.il" i.o id not he allowed, will If slvnn an
o!ijrtiiniiy at the ahov.- r.i.nthmed-iim ami
lia-. t. rHi-c:inii:ic the witiiMsei of mM
claimant, and t i otlVr evideiu-- in r.h'i:nl of
that nhinittcil hv c'aim.i'it.
:tii:i 1IKNRY RlNKIIAKT, l.Vter.
NOTICH FOR PUBLICATION.
Land oflice at Im Grande, Oregon.
S..p Jl, 1m.
Notiee is hercb s'.ycn that the tollowim;
namiHj ettlt r lias Hied notice of his Intention
to commute and make tinal proof in Mipport
of hif claim, and that said ,.roof will he made
'fnf th Clerk of Gllt "r Ht t',,yn"
Gitv, on November 21th. InS;;. Wll.L
IAM R. S JOlT. IM. No. for the S t S 1
Se.- t. Tp If, S R LT. i: W Jl.
He n.inu v tlie fo Inwimr witnesses to prove
liiscoiitini on rohlence ujmhi. and cuUhntion
or, t-nid lam!. iz. Oeore I.aKieinme, b V Itai
lei, William l'ope. of Stewart, lir.ilit e niut Or.
and .Inmes l'ope of Mt Vernon. Orofjon.
Anv person who desiic t protect anliit
tlie allow mice of such proof, or who knows of
anv Mibstantiiil reason, inuler the law and tin;
rc'iiUtiotiH of the Interior Ieurtmciit, why
.-ml. iiroof should not be iillowcl, w.ll ha Ktvu:i
tin op'pnriuolty at thu nbovu mantloiied tune
and place to cro-.examine the witnc.s'es ..f
mil claimant, atidtootler cvideuee in rebmtal
of that Kuiniilted bv eliiinmnt.
i):t! HENRY RINKHART, Renter.
In the Circuit court of the State ot
Oregon for Grant c unty.
Millie Brawuer, Plff.. )
David Biawner, Deft. )
To David Brawnur, defendant
In the name of the State of Oregon:
You are hereby required to ap
pear an 1 answer tlie complaint
tiled against you in tl.o above en
titled suit on or bofore the first
day of the next u-gul-.r term of
said Court for stid County to-w it:
Monday, Nov. o. livSS.
You will take notice that if you
fail so to appear and answer, for
want thereof thy j laintilV will take
judgment against you for the re
lief demanded in the complaint
filed against you in the above en
titled suit, to wit:
For a decree of said Court dis
solving the bonds of matrimonv.
now existing between plaiutiii' and
'2, For the care eiu'ody and con
trol ot thn minor children the
issue of said marriage viz: David
Briwner and Olive Brawner.
:U1. For tliG costs and disburse
ments of this suit, and for such
other and further relief in the
premises to equity may pertain.
This .summons is published by
order of Hon. L. B. Ison, Judge
of ssid Court
Dated September 11, 18SS.
C. A. Swkhk,
In tho Circuit court of the State of
Oregon for Grant county.
John S. Devine, Plaintiff, )
Selinda Devine. Defendant
1 o Selinda
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
the above entitled suit on or before
Monday, Jhc 5th day of November
18S8, thflrome being the fiiot day
of thn regular November Term
1S8S of said court, and it you fail
so to appear and answer the plain
tiff will annlv to tho court for the
: rcj;ef piaved for in the compfriint,
I - , r t I
' to-Wlt: for a decree Of SllHI COUlt
dissolving tho bonds oi matrimony
existing between the plaintiff and
defendant and for the costs and
disbursements c f said suit, and for
such further relief ns to the court
in equity, may seem meet. You
will further take notice that this
summon is published by order of
tho Hon. G. "V. "Walker Judge of
said court. Mado and bearing
date the 5'day of March 18SS.
Parrteh & Cozad.
Somowhere on the road between
my residence near VPrairio City
and Canyon City, a Mexican War
certificate, issued by the Commis
sioner of pensions to the under
signed. The Hnder will confer a
rcat favor by leaving the certifi
cate at the postofiico at Prairie
Canyon City, Oregon,
GPOTJF $- THOMPSON
will find this a
desirable place at
which to stop
Give us a Call
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Oflice at La Grande, Oroon.
Oct. f.th. 1SS3.
N'fiitrp ii horehv eiven thai the following
named hettlcr has lileil notice f ldi intention to
make liniu in noi in siipimri in ins eiauii, unu
that said iirocf will ho made before County
Clnrk of (Jrant Co.. at Canvoii I itv. Or., on
Xnvumlier 2Uth. 1SHS. 7. JOHN SIIROEDER
I) s No. SWi. for the Saalf of S half. Sec a, Ip
i;.S U :il, K Jl.
lie names the foll iwlii': witnesses to jirovc
his contlnuouu residence iiwin, and cultivation
of, said land viz: John (.'ruddock. Charles
Sc:le, U Selle, Roland U.inkins, all of Illaiiton,
Anv jwrson wlio tltslres to irotestasaint the
allowance of suth vroof, or who knows of any
substantial reason, under the law and the ref
lations of the Interior Ocartuiuit, why mch
proof should not be allorod, will lie iven an
oiiiortunity at the aho u mentioned time and
place to cros exainiue the witnef sei of saiil
elrtinnnt, and to oiler evidence in rebuttal ol
that submitted hv claimant.
30 as HENRY R1NE1IART, Register.
c r o i
i;sS r mid
7 7' l 2.
CITY LIVERY STABLE!
CORRAL, and FEED STABLE
W. R. CUNNINCTON,
(Wood Church's old Stand)
(Jood biipy tea-is and nice Saddle Horse
furnished at all houro of the day or nicht a
reasonable prices. Particular attention paid to
liardinirand irroomlng transient stock.
Main and Washington streets.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
tand Oince a .a (irandi, Oreson
Oct 10, Ii3.
Notice in hereby jriven that the followiiiK'
iiiiiihI Pettier li"-s filed notice of his inti'titi.'ii
to inski' final priM.f in Miimrt of his claim, and
that aid proof u ill bemad.' before tho C'onnt.v
.Inde, or in his absence before the Cle.k tf
Urant Countv. Or., at Canyon City. Or., on
llccember 1st. ISSi. viz: ISAAC M. FOSTER,
Hd. No. 3'JIO, for the 12 half SE ipiar., and Lots
IS.'. See I. Tpli.S It 31, B.
He names the following wimcises to prove
hU continnons resilience upon, and cultivation
of said hind. i.: Put Muleire, W H Clark,
Win Luce, James A Lofton, all ot Caiijou City,
Anv person who desires to pp'ttst iv.iinttthe
nlloxvaiice of Mich proof, or ho knows of my
Mib-.iantial reason, under the law and the rc,'
uLitions of the Interior Department, why such
proof should not be allowed, will bu kIvoii nn
importunity at the above mentioned time and
place to eross cxinnine the witnesses of paid
eiaim.tut, anil to oll'er evidence in rebuttal of
thai submitlcd by chiimaiit.
3i) S3 HENRY RINKHART, Register.
Three Hundred and Sixty Acres
of Land in Silvies Valley. Gooc
bottom land, and commanding fine
Raive. A comfortable House,
collar and corrals, and cold spring
on premises. Will bo sold cheap,
as owner intends to leave the couu
try. For particulars enquiio at
News Office, Canyon City. 27
Stationery, Books, School Supplies, Gilt B..nd and Glassware, in Lnd
less Varied. Fancy Wares, suitable foi presents for both Old
and Young.' Boys' Iron Wagons, Baby Carriages
from Fourteen to Eighteen Dollars apiece.
Candies & cigar3. Tobaccos, Cof
fees, Teas, Lard, Flour,
Dried Fruits, Canned Fruits, Pice, Cream Wheat,
tho fiuest breakfast dish known Fishing Tackle,
Fish Poles, Baskets, Tubs, Brooms, Lamps,
Bird cages, and everything that is
usually kept in a Variety
Store, all of
Can now bo Bought Cheap fO Cash, nt the Old Stand m
CANYON CITY, Or.
Watch-maker ' and jpler.
CANYON CITY, Oregon.
Mr. Yos lias permanently located at this
ilacc, liavSnir been.burncd out at Arlington, and
3 irqarctl to do flrit-clasa work in his line.
SST Tlie Ilejialrin;,' of Watches, Clocks and
Music lloses. etc., a specialty.
J5.' 33E XT IE JE "Ft I
Shoes made to order, or neatly
HIDES & FURS.
I wilK pay the highest market
price for Deer and other Hides.
- V. II. CLAJIK.
20s Canyon city. Or.
Xoliee to Sheep Kaisers.
I have about fifty head of Bucks
for Sale; Thoroughbreds and
Grades. They are in fine conth
Will be found at my Ranch
three miles below John Day city.
John C. Luce.
A Band of Sheep 3,000 head
Perfectly free from disease, good
wool producers, averaging about
7 fpounds each. Range in Bear
valley, Grant county, Or., and
known as the
HARDY BAND OF SHEEP.
Will sell the entire baud, or half
of them, on reasonable terms.
For Particulars enquire of Hap
ton stall & Daut, John Day, Or.
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have appointed the following-
named persons as my Deputies, viz
M. S. Iveeney . .
John C. Luce . .
Geo. II. Brown .
T. II. Curl,
Stock Inspector for Grant County.
$ 10 R E A R D .
Strayed, from Mt. Vernon, Aug
1st, with F. Wallace's band, going
perhaps toward the Malhaur ran
ges, One Black 2-year-old Stallion,
with a very few white hairs in fore
head, branded 1 on left shoulder-
Tho above reward will bo
paid for informationjleadiug to the
recovery, or for the return of said
horse to me at Mt. Vernon, Graut
:i-2 W. G. K1MBERLING.
In tho County Court of the 'State
of Oregon, for Graut County.
In the matter of the estate (
of WalterS. Sage, deceased. J
Notice to Creditors.
To all Whom it may Concern.
Take notice that the undersign
ed was oai the 22nd day ol Sep
tember 18S8, by order of the Hon.
County Court of the State of Ore
gon, for Grant county, that day
made and entored appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Wal
fer S. Sage, deceased and that
letters of administration have been
daily issued. All persons having
claims against the said estate are
hereby noti ed to present the
same, duly verified as by law re
quired to the undersigned at Prai
rie Citv, Grant county, Oregon,
or at the oflice of M. D. Clifford
in Canyon City, Grant county,
Oregon, within six months from
the date hereof.
Dated at Canyon City, Oregon,
October 10, 188S.
D. B. Fmc,
II. STAN SELL.
New Hotel, Canyon City Or.
FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS
When In The City Give
If You Come lo Baker Cily Go to the
Great IXL Store
' Whew you will get tho Biggest Bargains for Half the Money as any
1 other vdace. We are closing out our. Entire Stock of
Goods in all departments. lou will get
more goods for 50 cts than for
$1 at any other Store in Eastern Oregon.
Closing Out, Closing Out I Closing Out U
50 men's Suits at 7; formerly $12.
25 men's Suits at SS.flO; formerly 15.
1 ,000 pairs men's pants $3: formerly $G.
500 poirs men's fiue Calf Shoes $2.45; formerly ?o.
Here is a Stunner for You:
75 dozen Ladies Undershirts each 25 cts; formerly 75 cts.
100 doze'i Ladies' Hose each 15 els; formerly 20, 25 and .'JO cts.
50 dozen L.tdies' fine handkerchiefs 10 cts each; founerly 25, to 35 cts.
75 pieces Summer Dress Goods light shades 20 cts pr yd, formerly 50.
This is a Great leader in Immense Bargains.
Great Values for the least Money,
at our Closing (Jul bale!
The Great S. X. L. Store, Baker City.
S3T Be sure and send us an older, or come direct. It will puy
you. One trial is Sufficient.
THE LEADING GROCERS,
Will sell you goods cheaper than any other house in Baker City.
They carry a full line of
STAPLE & FdJCY GROCERIES
PRICES MARRED AWAY DOWN
Full Roller Flour. .
Good Roust Coffeo
Choice Japan Tea.
Parties wishing to lay in their Whiter Supplies will Save Money
to call and examine goods and gef. our prices before buying elsewhere.
CLARKE & WE AT HERB Y,
Baker City, Ore.
-Just Received, a General Assortment of Fresh-
FINE TEAS, Imported direct from Japan.
TAPIOCA, GERMEA, CEREALINR
CREAM WHEAT, CORN & OATMEAL, Etc.
TOBACCOS & EL GUSTO CIGARS,
PATENT MEDICINES, DIAMOND DYES,
TOILET AETICLES, Etc., Etc.
Will Sell at Reduced Prices For Cash.
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE
close out, will be sold at cost, and below cost.
. R SELS.
CANYON CITY, MAY 14th, 1888.
Carpet & Furniture
Opposite the M. E. Church, Canyon City, Oregon
SAM SIRED, Manager.
Wall Paper, Window Shades
Building & Carpet Paper, ,
W. K. CUKS1NCTOS
Given to Every One.
Us a Trial.
3.25 per Bbl.
2olcents per pound.
.25'cents per pound.