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About Grant County news. (Canyon City, Or.) 1879-1908 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1889)
Grant - Co. ?fews.
Some cold weather but not down
Hugh Smith has returned from
his extensive trip to Webfoot land.
The A. E. fe A, M. will build a
temple at Baker City to cost ?6,
33ob Ray is mining a patch of
"$2.00 ground a mile up Canyon
Crock thi3 winter.
Mr. N. Brown one of the most
energetic citizens of Burns, was in
our town during the week.
E,'gs 50 cents, butter 50 cents,
wood $5,00, gold SI 7. What con
Eolation is there in being poor!
The Oregon legislature is in ses
sion but as yet our wiebruKh tele
graph line brings no dispatches.
An additional street lamp has
Ikjcii placed on the county bridge
nnd another at the court yard gate.
A social dance will be given at
Masonic hall Friday evening,
Jan. 18, 1889. All are invited.
Full account of the transactions
of county court next week, as they
cannot bo obtained in time for this
All ye five year delinquents to
the New3 must "come to time."
"We've trusted you a long time, and
now want money badly.
The presidential electors met and
cast their votes last Tuesday. Ben
iamin Harrison and Levi Morton
were elected president and vice
The Humboldt mining company
are runninir a tunnel from the low
er end of their claim down towards
John Day for a tail race for next
Mulkey is tunneling the hill
where the "pay ground" was lost
on Canyon creek, in hopes of strik
ing the lost channel which he
thinks was covered by a slide.
At the sheriffs sale last Saturday,
Fleckensteien A Mayer vs Robinson
it Dothon, the property was bid in
by Thornton "Williams, attorney for
plaintiffs, for the of $4,145,30.
Stock is becoming dreadfully
poor where they do not feed abund
antly, and the next two mouths
will send many an unfortunate cow
to her own wake in a coyote love
feast. The contest of John M. Faris
contestant vs J. I). Mitchell claim
ant, in Lakeview land district, has
been decided by the commissioner
. of the general land oflice in favor of
C. V McCIain has been granted
a Hctnse by the county court to sell
spirituous, vinous and malt liquors
in less measures than one quart in
Drewsey precinct, for the period of
Grand Army men are full of
enthusiasm Avhen speaking of the
pleasant time they will make for
every one attending their annual
ball at John Day on Washing
Mrs. Mary Hammack has been
by the county court appointed exe
cutor of the last will and testiment
of her deceased husband Dr. E. B.
Hammack, which will has been ad
mitted to probate
Governor Pennoyer has grant
ed a respite of sixty days to Pat
McGinnis. The prisoner will not
perform the anticipated acrobatic
feat to-morrow as has been pre
viously announced, but will lin
ger a while, under the shadow of
the gallows, as it were or between
life and death.
The News is not replete with
"sharp sayings" this week, because
the editor has been unwell. Last
Saturday we crawled beneath our
office and laid on the cold ground
ovor four hours because we heard
there was a man in town who
sired to whip the editor. We con
tracted a severe cold, and since that
time have been on the verge of pneu
monia. When we learned that no
such man had lx?eu in town that
day we were mad.
The following, la w business has
leen transacted in the county
court during the present term:
Durkhcimer et als vs Jasper Shep
herd. Writ of attachment issued.
Continued for service, and the sher
iff to le instructed to safely keep
the sum of money, $47.90, to abide
event of writ and for the order of
the court. Overholt it Muldrick vs
John D. Hunsaker. Judgment for
plaintiffs for $60 and costs and dis
bursements. F. C. Horsley vs Ed
Sheffield. Default of defendant.
In another column we arc com
pelled to publish a "dun" for the
benefit of a few of our careless sub
scribers who can never think to
hand the newspaper man $3,000,
but who have mostly been notified
from time to time of their indebted
ness. We have never made it a
point, and dislike to do so at pres
ent, to "dun" our patrons who
with a few exceptions have always
been so prompt in meeting their ac
counts, but this call is issued only
to those whom it seems will never
pay, and who ought to be ashamed
to allow their subscription to a.
newspaper to become so many years
behind, when they might easily
have settled a portion of it at leac.
Subscribe just now.
Julius Durkheimcr is on a trip
Read notices under head of
One year ago we were in the
midst of our cold weather.
The Canyon City Silver Cornet
Baud will probably be organized in
a short time.
This time next week we shall
know something concerning the
legislative assempbly at Salem.
What sliall we do for water
next summer if wc get no snow?
The answer is, bore artesian
wells or drink beer.
There is a dog at Seymour, Ind.,
that will look at a clock and then
put his paw on the exact hour as
marked on a card.
Cash advances made on wool for
consignment toa Christy it Wise,
Coffin, & McFarland, Agts.
tf. Arlington, Or.
Mr. Jones of this city will fur
nish the best of music for balls,
parties or entertainments. Call
on or address him when in quest
of a competent musician.
For the past eight months the
mumps have afflicted the people
of this illahe, and they arc still
with us. They will probably
not depart until all have "had
'em. ' .
Another expedition is fitting out
to go from New York to Beli'ie,
Central America, to recover $1,
500,000 in gold, alleged to hr.ve
been buried by pirates over fifty
Prof. MeElroy writes that the
canvass on the qucsttion of
change of school books is about
completed and there will be no
change except in readers and
The Washington Stur mentions
the fact that every Vice-President
who was more than sixty years old
when elected has died in office.
The list is limited to five, Clinton,
Gerry, King, Wilson and Hen
dricks. Ad of Geo. Starret, the nurser-
vman oi walla walla will be
seen in another column. Send
for a catalogue, for you may see
something which you need. Deal
with Starret, for his is a reliable
man sat in a
restaurant where another man was
eating limburoer cheese, and it made
him so mad that he hit him with a
chair and nearly killed him, before
he was overcome by the cheese him
self and killod.
Yesterday, Jan. 10, mercury
30 above zero, and sun shining
brightly. This is the common
weather item for Eastern Oregon,
and we cannot well avoid nien-
ioning it in extolling of the mer
ts of Grant county.
The mule has qualities which en
title him to respect. A mule and
a man in Georgia made a crop of
cotton which packed into seventeen
jales, averaging five hundred
pounds each, becides making enough
corn, f wider, hay and peas to feed
the mule another year.
In some of the counties in Dako- J
ta they pay five cents a tail for
prairie dogs, and in one place they
pass as currency. A man "oes in
to a saloon and for his drinks
throws on the counter gopher tails.
It looks a little novel in church to
see prairie dog tails going into the
contribution box, but so it is.
Mr. Harvey informs us that he
learned from a man just over
from Harney that a petition for
county division was put in circu
lation over there, and that num
bers of persons who had previ
ously signed the remonstrance
put their names to the petition.
He did not believe the remon
strance would be presented to the
The Illinois Legislature is now
excited over the "first cousin"
question. The last legislature pass
ed a law prohibiting first cousins
from getting married. And now
all the first cousing from Galena to
Cairq are dead in love with each
other, and threatenening to defeat
all subsequent candidates for legis
lative honors unless the embargo to
their happiness be not raised.
Every one is completely dum
founded at the action of the gov
ernor in the stay execution in the
McGinnis case. A fair and im
partial trial was had, and the
prisoner convicted, but now it
seems justiee is about to be
thwarted, for a new trial may
possibly be obtained to increase
the county's indebtedness, and
the heartless wretch gain meney
ed sympathizer sufficient to
Married, Tuesday evening, Jan
15, 1889, at the City hotel, Can
yon City, Mr. Washington Bad
ley and Miss Minnie Smith, both
of Bear valley, Grant county.
The County Board officiated, or
in other words County Judge
Maxcy officiated and commis
sioners Davis and McIIaley wit
nessed the ceremony. Sufficient
it is to say the Judge collected
the fee, therefore the two subor
dinate officers could have had no
interest in the proceedings except
to look on.
Silvies river is said to be fro
zen over to a degree of great sol
idity at Soda station.
Rev. Hayos is conducting
school of vocal music at Prairie
City, and has 42 pupils in at
Abraham Hunsaker, a prominent
mormon, is dead, aged 7G years
Ho leaves forty children and 130
Development work at Cracker
creek Etill goes on, and next year
the cam n will be the scene of
much life and activity.
We do not claim for the News
that it it as good as a love-letter,
but for the intendinir iinniiraiit it
possesses great upvautages.
A disastrous storm swept over
Reading, Pa., Wednesday. 1 he
destruction in property was great
and a hundred lives were lost.
The mercury touched a little be
low zero at a point in Wallowa
valley the other day, probably the
coldest it has been in Lsistern Or
egon. News of the finding of rich
placer mines near Sparta, Or., ia
creating considerable interest
It id said that $1000 was taken
out in two weeks by a couple of
The receipts of the La Grande
laud oflice from the sales of pub
lie lauds during the year 188S
amounted to $70,211.20, and the
commissions on the same amount
ed to $13,180.20.
A Spanikdi astronomer has as
certained that there are rain and
snow on the moon the same as
on the earth. The dark spot
over the left ear of the man in
the moon, then, must be an um
brella. Kevivalist My son, when that
great day comes, where will we
find vou, with the- sheep or the
goats? Small boy Jiggered if
1 know. Ma, she says I'm her
"little lamb," and pa calls me
"the kid," so I guess I'll have to
give it up.
A late issue of the Wallowa
Signal, in recording an accident
to a painter who had fallen from
a two-story building, bays:
"When first picked up he was
lifeless, but soon recovered, since
which lime he has lingered be
tween hope and dispair.''
Four thousand men have been
thrown out of employment on
the Panama canal. It is said
work wili be immediately com
menced again and that they will
be re-omployed, but we would
no advise any one seeking em
ployment to go from here, there.
The operations of the govern
ment mint has risen to enormous
proportions. The total coinage
for the year ending June o0, 18SS
was 10'.),0.0,547 pieces, of the
value of $0.'5,71i),242; of which
2S,304,170 was gold, $32,718.
G73 silver dollars, $1,417,422
small silver coins, and $1,218,970
nickles and pennies.
Kansas will never lack salt.
A salt field has been discovered
running through Ileno, Rice and
Barton counties, over fifty miles
in length, and of unknown width,
and four hundred feet thick, and
containing ninety-five per cent
of pure salt. It is .300 feet be
low the surface, and will be min
ed by shafts.
Senator Mitchell is again push
ing for a settlement, the just
claims of Washington and Idaho,
and of the citizens of said Terri
tories, growing out of the Nez
Perce Indian war. It is a most
singular e'reumstance that the
government cannot audit and pay
these old claims in the lifetime of
those to whom the amounts are
The collections of taxes into
the United States treasury for
the year just closed, has averag
ed more than one million dollars
a day, including Sundays, for
every day in the year. This tre
mendous money draft from the
people has been in round num
bers, the sum of three hundred
and seventy five million dollars
for the year 1888, or more than
six dollars for every man, woman
and child in the nation.
Monday of last week Alfred
Schaffer fired a heavy charge of
giant powder under the house of
George Bodala, at Gilman, thirty
miles east of Seattle, demolishing
the building and instantly killing
or fatally wounding six persons.
Schaffer was arrested, and in the
afternoon, while the sheriff was
at dinner, a crowd broke open
the house where the prisoner was
confined, took him to the nearest
tree and strung him up.
In the past few years Hood's
Sarsaparilla Calendar has become
such a favorite that the people
anticipate its annual appearance
with pleasure. The calendar for
'89, which is now before us, will
fully satisfy every expectation as
to beauty and utility. It is a
little larger than ever before, re
taining the cut-out feature of last
year, and a handsame child's
face looks over a pad of clear,
plain figures, all printed in har
monious and pleaiing colors. To
be appreciated it must be seen.
Get a copy of your druggist or
send 0 cents in stamps to C. I.
Hood & Co., LoWell, Mass.
Everything is quiet.
Snow about two inches deep.
Miss Van Slyck is visiting her
brother and family here.
Mr. W. Luca3 is in the city
looking after his mining interests.
I. KIppp and J. Cabbell have
struck it bigger than ever, so ru
Wc want somebody's stray dog
to come to town. Anything to
break the monotony.
Quite a number of our citizens
have been under the weather,
but nothing serious as yet.
Gallagher has moved to North
Fork. He says it was too big a
contract to hold the town down
and he jumped the job.
We omitted to speak of the
dance and supper at the Monu
mental on Christmas night. Mr.
Bowick treated every one kindly
and did everything was done to
make the evening a pleasant one.
A Christmas tree was arranged
for the families who live there
and there were but few who did
not get some token of respect
from the Christmas tree. An
other omission was in the school
report. Miss Mona Garrison re
ceived the prize in her class of
spelling. The young lady as
well deserves mention as her oth
About the only thing which
has happened to awaken the
Granite folks, was a dance given
bv Mr. Tom Graham the hunter,
and Mr. John Easton the restaur
antcur, at their home on Clear
creek about four miles from
Granite. A party of 14 from our
town went down, and such a
time as we had. The evening
was passed in dancing, singing
and cat inc. How we did eat.
We could not help it. When
such fare was before us: such
pies, such cake, such everything,
and such "shaved venison." yum
vum. Une of the party ate t litre
times and when he left he filled
his pockets with peanuts and ate
all the wav home. A repetition
would be cheerfully acceptable
in behalf of our party, wo would
return our many thanks for the
entertainment, and trust they
ma' live long; that the beacon
light which guides them mav
O'.v brighter and brighter unto
the perfect day, and when their
stars shall set, as set they must
at lifes close, may they set as
ets the morning star, which go-
etli not down behind the darken
ed West, but melts away in the
brightness of Heaven.
Jan. 11, '89.
We the undersigned wishing to
close our books respectfully ask
hat all persons indebted to us
either bv note or account will
ilcase come forward and settle
he same by Feb. 1st, 1889.
Hai'To.vstall fc Daut.
The following officers installed
at General Hancock Post No. 34,
. R. Department of Oregon:
I. V. Runn,
S. V. G.
J. V. U.
I. S. llantonstall.
E. P. Lovejoy,
M. M. Palmer,
The Officers and members of
General Hancock Post No. 34,
G. A. R. Department of Oregon,
hereby tender their sincere thanks
to G. W. Hatt and John Sollingcr
for donating to this Post $25.00.
By order of Post.
John Zkpf J. Skgkhdaiil.
P. C. Adjatant.
G. A. It. Anniversary Ball, Feb.,
22, 1880. See particulars later,
Dick Clark has returned from
Soda Springs, at which place he
has been at work.
David Tyson, a Clay County
Georgian, wishing to move and hav
ing no means but a two-ox wagon
and one steer, yoked himself along
side of the steer and did his part in
pulling a load of 1,000 pounds over
seventeen miles of country road.
Now a division of Wasco county
is being "agitated." There is a
litttlc burg called Wasco which, of
course, wants to be a "county seat."
Perhaps the easiest way would be
to form a new county around every
"town" of a dozen buildings, and
see if they could all be satisfied
once. E. O.
Wheat Raisers, Attention!
Notice to wheat raisers is here
by given that we will grind Wheat
for pay at the rate, of 50 ets. for
every 100 lbs of Flour turned out,
provided it is brought in quanti
ties not less than fifty bushels;
otherwise wc will exchange Flour
for Wheat. Further, that we will
guarantee the flour equal to the
very best, provided good wheat is
Highest Market Price paid for
James Norman & Co.
John Day City, Sept. 20, 18S8.
DRS. DARRIN AGAIN.
Where There is Life There is Hope.
During the past quarter of a
century there has been a great
revolution in the department of
medicine, as in everything else.
The old methods, to a great ex
tent, have been laid away forever
and guided by new scientific dis
coveries, and the revelation of
hitherto hidden truths, the peo
ple of to-day see clearly and
surely where before they saw
through a glass darkly. Among
the greatest exemplars of this
new regime, and the brightest
lights in the healing profes-iion,
stand pre-eminently the names
of Drs. Darrin. With their ar
rivel in this city two years ao
came a new era in tlu history of
afllicled humanity, and hundreds
who then were groaning in the
grasp of that hideous monster
diseases now lay at their feet
their heartfelt gratitude, and
pronounce their names as those
of their benefactors and friends
whose unerring skill and magic
power raised them from diseases
to health, from misery to lasting
happiness. So much has been
said of their wonderful power
over disease that it is needless to
repeat it here. Suffice it to say
that the most complicated forms
of disease, thomost subborn ca
ses of crippled and deformed
limbs, and chronic ailments of
every character, seem to be easi
ly and successfully overcome by
electricity. Drs. Darrin have
been so long residents of this city
that the public have had ample
time to discover that their claims
are well founded and proved by
actual fact. No men whose pre
tentions to medical science are
mere humbug could stand the
surveillance of the public eve for
years, and not be obliged to
yield their position. No, a thous
and times no. The reputation
they have made is an honest one, i
ann cannot uo uispuica. ai
their parlors 2J-J5 1 ifth street,
Portland, can be s en at any
lime the p:ojfs of their great
al ility in the certificates of those
cured, and the ciutchej and
eutu-s of cripples f oni whose
limbs the shai klc.; have fallen at
their command, and who, unaid
ed, have walked foith from their
office sound and free. To the af
il'Yted of all classes we heartiy
say. go and see Drs. Darrin and
learn how the blind see, the deaf
hear and the lame are enabled to
As a further proof of the supe
riority of the Electric cure, we
mention the following names,
not having space for the hun
dreds of certificates handed us
Trucman Butler, The Dalles,
Or., chronic rheumatism and
contracted joints and impover
ished blood, all years standing.
Given up by all treatments till
Dr. Darrin cured him in 1887.
Mrs. S. P. McOee, 147 Water
street, Portland, cured nearly
two years ago of chronic catarrh,
impurities of the blood, paralysis
of the eyelid and optic nerve, an.l
female troubles peculiar to wo
men. Wni. S. Dibbles' daughter,
Perkely, Cal., total deafness cur
ed sivteen years ago, and re
Mr. O. Crandall, American
Exchange hotel, San Francisco,
almost total deafness cured five
Mrs. J. P. Clemment, ."10
Jones street, Sad Francisco,
cancerous growth cured perma
nently four years ago, and no re
turn. C. D. Ladd, 520 Kearney St.,
San Francisco, loathsome dis
charge of the ear, from effects of
measles. Restored three years
Mrs. H. A. Wright, San,
Diego, Cal., goitre, or large neck.
Perfectly cured sixteen years ago
and no return of it.
jewelers, iJ27 Kearney street, San
Francisco, paralysisof the mus
cles of the arm and shoulder, cur
ed four years aj:o.
Dr. Steel, Marsh field, Coos
county Or., rejoices in a perma
nent cure of neuralgia and rheu
matism through the heart and
lunge. Cure performed in 1885.
Thus the cures are not only
made, but are permanent.
Dr. Damns' Place of Business.
Drs. Darrin can be consulted
free at 423o Fifth street, corner of
Main, Portland, and Uhenieketa
hotel, Salem, Or., where they are
pennanenely located. Office
hours from 10 to -1 daily; even
ings, 7 to 8; Sundays, 10 to 12.
All curable chronic diseases, loss
of manhood, blood taints syphilis
gleet, gonorrhoea, stricture
spermatorrhoea, seminal weak
ness or Joss of desire oi sexual
power in man or woman, catarrh j
and deafness arc confidentially
and successfully treated. Cures j
of private diseases guaranteed
and never published in the pa- ;
pers. Circulars sent free. Most ;
cases ctm receive home treatment ;
after a visit to the doctors' ollioe.
The protest against Mormon
statehood for Utah, which has
been forwarded to Washington,
was signed by 13,000 citizens of
that territory. 1
THE CHINESE EXCLUSION LAW
There is a great outcry in Cal
ifornia just now by certain par
ties in favor of the repeal of the
Scott Law which excludes the
Chinese laborers from coming to
the United States. That ioor
j man, Mr. C. P. Huntington, who
has been enabled bv r.ationa
subsidies and It-gelation to scrape
up about one hundred million
dollars worth of railroads, steam
ships and such osld trifles, is one
of the most vigorous hit hers at
the exclusion law. It appears
that formerly Mr. Huntington's
s.cauiships running over to the
Celestial Empire carried on an
average about eight hundred Chi
nese each wav who paid into the
steamship tr asarv the sum of
liftv-one dollars apiece for pas
sage money, thus niaklrm the
Huig sum of eighty thousand dol
lars on eatdi round trip.
explains the milk in Mr.
mgton s cocoanut
Ami then the raisin growers
down in Fresno county, who
I ought lands for two dollars an
acre of the railroad, or had it
given, to them bv the uovernment
and now ask the moMest price of
from ifoOO to 1000 lfer acre for
! their fruit lands they are de
manding more Chin- se to pick
and handle their fruit. Such
bloaUd capitalistic grangers can
doubtless stand a little raise on
labor, and by doing so they can
get all the Yankee boys and girls
they want to com.' out to Califor
nia and work for Chinese wages;
and poor Mr. Huntington will
get their passage money on his
little railroad; and the country
will go right along in peace.
A Pleasing Sense of Health
;:mi Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
1. lows the isc o: Syrup of Figs, as it
.i tly oa tliu
Kidneys, Livkk Bowels
Kfffcoiunlly Cleaininw the System, when
CVnive or iJihouj, Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
nnd pcvmar.cnMy curing
::hout venkuninjj or irrilatiug the or
;.t:: oa which it acta.
Jr Sale la Sncniul 81.00 IJoUlea by
J'ASri-ACTtl.ED OSLY BV HIE
GALHOaKTA PIG SYRUP CO
f lsANCisco, Cal.,
Kkmt Yohk. X. Y.
Disturbance of the Heart.
Heart disease is like an assas
sin, which creeps upon you in
the dark, and strikes vou when
unaware. Therefore, do not ov r-
look anv uneasiness in the
of the heart or disturbance in its
action, but at once take Dr.
Flint's Remedy. Descriptive
treatise with each boltlt-; or, ad
dress Mack Drug Co., X. Y.
The town of Arroyo (Jrande is
on the l oundary line between
Arizona and Mexico, a fact which
enables the topers to work an old
game. They step into a saloon -
on the Arizona side and ask for
a drink, laying down an Ameri
can dollar. The chances are
that the bartender will give them
a Mexican dollar in change, it
being worth only ninety cents.
Then they strike a saloon on the
Mexican side and tender the
Mexican dollar for a drink, get
ting an American dollar for
change, which in this case is
worth only ninely cents. Th?
truthful editor of the Arizona
Howler says that the practice has
broken up all the saloons in the
All are entitled to the host that
their money will buy, so every fam
ily should have, at once, a bottle of
the bet family remedy, Syrup of
Figs, to elennse the sysU'in when
costive or billions. For sale in-oOc
and 1.00 bottles by all loading
An old bachelor died lately in
Rome leaving th) Pope a million
lire, and to his own sister his love
and five lire. The Hsttr says as
for the love part of it be was a
lire himself, and to the lire part
she will contest it in every Court
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c izz ?g 3 2 1 3 s i 9 :E2
Prompt, Permanent Cures
Once Cared, Always Cured,
rart UftdlMs. Lm. Ft. 31, HIT.
BaJirtd UTtrily wIlhrhumUiaa la katt: eouJ4
h&rdir dot. Tva ippUeUom of St. Jicot OU
conpUUly csrtd tat. Ma nttra In 2 run.
J. H. DVIISB3.
Onco Cared, Always Cured.
CiniJoJiArtt. IT. T.. rt. 10. 18ST.
Awoi vita txcrmcUUac pia la ihonlAtr; trl4
Tirioci rtatdUs vita no 2ct. Wtat ta ay oflet;
pia bm lanltrablt; wtnt baa at 11 o'clock
xnd vsti St. Jicoti OIL Ta Sct wit Qijicil;
pila ciiid; rctoratil to workit 1 o'clock. Car
fcxi ruilj;4 juraisint. WXLLET 7. COOK.
Onco Cnrcd, Always Cured.
lentil. 11m., Oct. it. IMS.
Had ttvir rataaaUia la kstt; tried bast
rtmtdUa without MlUfc trld Bt. Juati oil utd
w&a promptly cartd. Vo rttara of pain la imrtl
7"". OATH) LAWBZBCZ.
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viriaad aad neewtd ilur a Hpia of yiirM' X
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