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""There are -1 4,000,000 swine
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nave 10 act 111c uuii ion
The Pennsylvania legislature
is considering a law to compel
the Stars and Stripes to be dis
played over ever school house.
Jt "should also compel every
man to sing tlie "The Star Span
gled -Banner' before breakfast.
Everything indicates that Or
egon and "Washington territory
will receive a !! immigration
this year. The tide that in past !
years has Mowed west to Colora
do. Xew Me.i('o,,Ari:ona and
California seems to be changing
to the northwest.
Judge Tully has properly de
cided that freedom of speech
may not be stricken down, even
when it is used to propagate
anarchy. The Anarehis's may
work their jaws all they
please, but we draw the halter
at dynamite uombs. S. r. A I
The leading democratic pa
per of California has changed
ite tone rbout the Chinese ex
clusion act since the election.
The Examiner now wants the
act repealed, as it promises to ri?rftk Flagnollet, deceased,
drive all the harvest Hands out j To h, h.i,.;. nt lnw of pniuk Fsl.
of the St site. It was a grand, poller, deceased ami all per
illing to catch votes with before : sons interested in his estate.
Hie election. 1 In the name of the state of Or-
, , , ! egon. you are hereby required and
One of tnc. now ork doctors ;t.;u.a to bo appear in Hie
reports a case of deafness by a ! county court of the slate of Ore
kiss on the ear. ?.fost xople J gon, for the county of Grant, at
are dumb after a kiss; but deaf-1 the const room thereof, at the
ness s a new svmntom. There '
should be a kissing school open-
od. People know no more how
to kiss than the- know how to
iiy. Tli 2 re is no reason why a
fellow should rupture a young
lady's ear drum, or explode
himself in such a manner as to
prevet her hearing his protesta
tions of affection. As to box-
children's ears, that is a
. - . . - I I 1 - V- .
li ibit that otifrht to
be prevented by law. Has not
nature carefully provided be j
forehand ai appropriate plaec
lor rue mouiers exercise: i.er
kifising and spanking be done
with a sense of iitness.
Senator Hatch, of Polk eoitn
ty, has introdueed a bill to pre
vent betting on elections. He
ought to introduce another to
jirevent a nuin from having the
stomach-ache and then quit.. If
a man wants to bet on an elec
tion it is a natural, personal
viglit. and no law can ever j-.re- j
veilt him from doing it. Sena- j
tor Hatche's bill is on a par I
with prohibitory laws of all ;
kinds. Xo crovcniment was
ever intemied to be a guanlitin i
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over ua unject,. ;;:.. w.umwmi-i ,
.. :l. . ..i t ! 1
our representatives nnti ir out. Kn!jl (1efe:.danlH, for the sum of
the better it will be for them, two hundred and Hcventy-li-.v aul
as they will have more time to j lnrs ::inl thirty dollars and thitty-
devote to the beneheial ami nat
ural measures. A law to make
linns lavwouM be arood law but
how in the name of common
sense could it be carried out. It
is against nature, and that is the
ffole reason tuat it is not practi
cable. Senator Hatch means
well enotiLri:, but he gave the
matter little thought previo.is,
to introducing his bill. 10. O.
A narrow escape wa. recently
had in the ca.-e of a bill for the ,
relief r,r idotier Howe of Caleb, j
in this county. It in- !
volved the title to his home, j
The bill was iittroduc
. t t
ced by Rej)- j
i and nass-
resent an ve Hermann, aim p
ed the Iioum' and senate, and
was sent lo the president for his
approval. It was submitted to
the secretary of the interi6for
examination. The commission
er of the general land ollice,
within a week past, had receiv
ed notice from some attorney in
Oregon, endeavoring to thwart
the settler's success, and the
commissioner, on this simple 1
showing, reported in tavor ol a J
toil in favor of a
veto, and just as the bill was j
lein" transmitted to the presi- i
for bis formal veto mes
Mr. Hermann had time
ly warning and at once proceed
ed to consult the secretary of
the intertDr, where lie rcpre
sented the equities of the case,
and the great hardship upon i
Mr. Howe, who had resided
fourteen years upon the land, provided it is brought in quar.ti
and paid 1000 to the adminis- ' ties not less than fifty bushels;
trator for the deed which was otherwise we will exchange Flour j
invalid because of the defect of,"" y . , 1 " U,VI' 1 mj " 11
, ' z, f. .lllfi guarantee the Hour equal to the
title from the government, and wheat .g
upon this showing, Secretary furnishc-cL
Vilas at once countermanded j Highest Market Price paid for
the previous order, and the Wheat.
presidedt signed and approved James Nouman it Co.
the bill. Joh Way City, Sept. 20, 1S8S.
Tho T ,,5te'1 St:ltcs 8C,"lte has
l)Cc:, e:jf:ttrotl for sonic time 0:1
the t::: lit hill. J lie duties o;i
all kinds of wool on tho sched
ule Inivc been materially :id
vanced. Tlio Minnesota legislature
. , . .
has been trying to elect a I nited
States senator, but one member
r . , . 1
couichscs uiui ne was pronuaew
an ollice for his vote, another he
got money, and a third that he
got drunk in the caucus and did
not know what he was doing.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF
Not ice is hereby gi en that the
undersigned, John Laurance, has,
by thucounly court of tho state of
(iregon for Grant county, been
duly appointed administrator of
the estate of Charles Reynolds, de
ceased, and all persons having
claims against said estate arc
hereby notified and required to
present tho same with proper
vouchers; to the undersigned at
Prairie City, Oregon, or to Par
rish & Co, id, attorneys of said e.j
late ..t their office in Canyon City,
Or., within s'x mjnths frrni tho
Dated this 2-lth day of January
CITATION TO HEIRS.
In t'ne county court of the shite of
Oregon, for the county of
Tn tho mailer of tho cst.de of
conrL 1,0,180 m tl,(i M" e"y 01
Grant ou Monday the lSih day of
March A. I). iSSbat 10 oelock a.
111. of that day, then and there to
show cau-c, if any you have, why
a certain iuslrument in writing,
presented to the said county
court, anc now on Hie tliciei:!,
should not be admitted to Pro-Kate
as Lite last "SVii J and Testiment of
said deceased ami why Letters
i Administrative wiiii said Will an
j nexed should not be issued to
John L umiel
Fiench aevordiuij to the prayer of
the petition on h.e in sani court,
Witness, the lion. N. R. Muxry
JikIlto of ih i couuiv court or the
stale of Oregon, for the County
of Grant t'ti.s JI dav of Jttnuurv
A. D. 1SS9.
Attest: PHIL METSCHA.N
By WM. MIILKil.
Yi virtue of an execution
decree of foreclosure mid Rata is
sunt nut i-.f ! !it firMiit. ciitti-: nf tl;o
Kt!ltt, of oroon j bu county of
Grant upon a judgment rendet. tl
in said court on the 17th d.iy of
November, A. D. lbSS, in favor of
Lucindn Thompsou, PI'lV, t.utl
aS,llI,t J- J,,,If; iv c : hj,l,wtI ;
oo-prtitners as iut. cc .Staiisell
W s Southworlh ami
I oh n
five cents eosls. together with It n
per ce .t pir annum intere.it from
tli-! Knid I T I h day of November,
l."W, and acenting costs I have
levied up.ui and will sell at pub
lic auction on Saturday the 2nd
day of March 1SS'.), at one o clock
. m. of said day, at the court
house door in Canyon City, Grant
county, Oregon, all of tlio right
title and interest which the Def'ta
15m. and Stansell had on or after
the 1st day of December 1S7, in
lo ,u,e lowing described moil-
tU? f ' , r , P;'
tne town k, tauyon City, uranl
co.:il.v, Oiegot., and de.Wribed m
Commencing at a point ou the
west side of Canyon creek, where
AIin SL in said Canyon City
crosfci-s said ciwlc, and runuinjr
thence west to W. P. Cray's sta
hie lot, the noc west (JO feet; thence
east to the west bank of s.tid cteek
and thence south to the place of
beginning. S tid lot is sitmito on
what is known as tho "'island" of
said Canyon creek, together with
ail and singular the tenements,
hereditaments and appurtenances
thereunto belonging or in any
Terms of sulo cash.
Dated at Canyon City, this 30th
day of January, A. D. ISSi).
"W. P. Gi'AY,
Sheriff of Grant Co. (Jr.
15y J. J.McCULLOLClf,
Wheat Raisers, Attention!
Notice to wheat raisers is bere-
i,y gjven that we will grind Wheat
for pay al the rati ofoOets. for
every 100 lbs of Flour turned out.
Consumption Surely Cured.
To the Editor Please inform
your readers that 1 have a positive
jemedy for the above named di
sease. By its timely use thous
ands of hopeless cases have been
permanently cured. I glial! be
glad to send two bottles of my
remedy free to any of your read
ers who have consumption it they
will send mo their express and
postofiice address. Respectfully.
T. A. SLOCUM. M. V. , 1SI Pearl
St., New York.
In justice court for Union pre
cinct Grant count', state of Ore
gon. Geo. Shearer and M. How
ell doing business under the firm
namo of Geo. Shearer & Co.,
plaintiffs vs Israel Owens, defend
ant. To Israel Owens tho .above nam
ed defendant, in the name of the
state of Oregon, ou aro hereby
commanded aim required to ap
pear before the justice of tho
peace of Union precinct in said
county and state on the 1st day of
March A. 1). 1S8!) at tho hour of
10 o'clock a. in. of said day at
Prairie City in said precinct to
answer the complaint of the abovo
named pla'.ntills founded on a
note ol hand and 1 book account.
Wherein said pliinliffs demand
judgment against you for the sum
of sixty-five dolldi? and for the
costs and disbursements of this ac
tion. And 3'ou are further notifi
ed that if you fail so to answer
said complaint said plaintiffs will
take judgment .igainst you for the
sum of sixty-fivo dollars and for
the cost and disbursements of this
action. And this Summons is or
dered served by publication for
six successive weeks in the Grant
C'oi'NTv Nkws, a weekly newspa
per published in the above named
county and state and by mailing
to the defendant at his last known
poslotlice address a cei tilied copy
of this summons and of the com
Given under mv hand this 14th
I day of January A. D. LS89.
j J. T. Sl'M.KNS, J. P.
HIDES & FURS.
I wiil pay the highest market
juice for Deer and other Hides.
W. IF. C'LAliK.
20o Canyon cit v , Or.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
l.iinl Otnoea Uraiiiti', Ort-:o.i
I c , U-'.
N-itiet if lter.-liy v"11 x- t"1' foliowltu
ntitti'il M-ttltr lia mU'J tintli't' of lii intriiticti
: tuiiki- 11 1 al prirtif in hitjipi'ri- of lil clai:i, and
ilia' :tiil jro"f uill lie inn.lt In fore tlio I'nnnl.t
Itiitlie, or in liN aWtire ln.fr.ro the Ci.-ik of
Oiatit (ouiiv, dr., at mum Citv. tr., on
F. 1. lti, l.V.i.' .lA Oi: IIAM'sV, II. 1. No.
21GI, lor tlieNK 1-1 -Sri- Xt Tp 1" S U :IJ K.
U : tile follir. iiiii '! t prove
.;. i-'.tiii i;oii!. r'-si'loi.ce Mpici, siiii cultivation
o: .-alii Imiil, viz: II l.oht'iop J'.lni J.,p', Ce.
ltipley, AnilrnrOiil, all of i?an,on City r.
At:.v person ulm desire. t pr: -t ;r.iin.tt!ii! j
alto'.vance of sueli pionf, or vho knouh of -my i
iil'ttiitial ru'i.xon, uiu'.rr the law .tin! the ri-
ilI.itloiHo: the Interior Pepartn; -nt, why stlrli
ir..f hlionlil nt.t lie allowed, wi.i l jrivcii .-.n
ii)p.iitntiity at the aliove tuii:itior.e! time and '
jil.iee to eriK.ea:n:ne the witiecs of aiil !
e'aim.int. asi'l ti oil'ir ctii!ti,je i;i rebutts! of I
'.hi. si.l.mitted liv clitiiiiaiit
4 IT IIKXKV ltlNIiiiAUT, l!e,Uler.
I OILY VOSS
Wsich rnskGr 2nd Jb$8!bj
CANYON CiTY, Oregon.
Ke.'ps for sale Watches, Clocks
and .Jewelry, and does all kinds
Canyon City, Oregon,
GHOTR j- THOMPSON
Traveling men will find this a
pleasant and desirable place at
which to stop.
Give us a Call
I ' S sT
f US r-
- ' :
it. & 99
GRAND ARMY BALL!
"Will be given under
At Jarrel's Hall, John Day, Oregon, Feb. 22, 1889.
. GENERAL INVITATION TO ALL!
E. 13. Hamshy
J. S. LUTON'STALL,
TICKETS (Including Ball Stopper),
ggk A free Pork and Bean Supper will he served at Grange Hall
at G o'clock j). m. Come one and all, and enjoy yourselves with the
In connection with the Pork and l!ean Supper there will he a
sociable singing, recitations, and a general good time for the public.
THE 15 EST OF MUSIC
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
taml Ollice at L:i Grruulc, Oregon.
January 10th, lSsl.
N'Alcfi in hereby lven that Ui f.'llnwln
nauu'd setthirp have tiled nntlrc n'tlujir intention
tuin.-ike final proof insuM)rt of tliWr claims nittl
thnt si lil (troof will be made before County
Clerk f Or.mt fount v, at C.iiivon fitv, Or., ou
Kctuuirr 17. lSb!). viz: AM)KKV J'LAKEV,
V s -vs..!i for the lA 'i SWl-l .Sec Ju anil 1-2
W;WCRVWU5:, .. .
I sve :it. swi.-i nwi i Se- as aui SEi-4 SEi-i
! n ":.'vi V .'."..I. .;..! . ,.t.
I si ill
.Mimiuss reMitente upon, ami ctiltition of, 1 could prescribe With IIS much COI1
;itt Kii.l. viz; Allien Urewitt, Henry Ilohua, I , . T .. ...
homss liui.iw, Hubuani JoJini-oii. i.ii of imence ot success as I can Hall s
Am it-rsnii ulwi ili-.!rcH ti tirutfrt 3i'iin.t tho
aii-nvnutfu of Mitii proof, or wim knows of -.my
Utu.iM of thu interior Ptt.anniuit. wiiv such
' .r.H.f ,o..M not be allowed will l.eivcn an
oiiiMirtiiintr at tin above mentloua! tune anil
plaii- to ero.-i iamiiic f lie uitniiSes of saiil
r altnunt. ami to offer cviuence in ri-!tittu of I
th.it siiliinitt ! 1'v (l.iiniiitit. !
4-:S IIEmIY KI.MJIAIIT, ItoeUtcr.
VARIETIES AND NOTIONS.
IN THF. OI.B I'ORTOFFICE IJUILPINO
CANYON CITY, Oreijon.
Toilet Sels, CI tin esc and
Japanese Goods, Dolls,
Books, Pic-lures, and
Nick. Nacks. of every des
cription. GAGE SISrERS,
$xo REWARD $io.
Strayed or stolen in May 1SSS,
one sorrel mare Dor 10 years old,
i u'a fiok
shoulder, JC on loft still;. One
bay mare branded J on loft shoul
der. One sorrel filly 2 years old
next .spring, strip in face, white
legs, branded K on lett shoulder,
2H on left stiflo. One bay horse
colt same ago and brand. Mares
both had colts with them.
Tho above reward will be paid
for the reeovory, or for informa
tion leading to the rccovety ot
said animals. Call on or address
0. M. Stovall, .
Hahney Citv, Or. '17
0. P. GBESAP
Stationery, Books, School Supplies, Gilt Und and Glaasware, in End
less Variety. Fancy Wares, suitable foi presents for both Old
and Young. Boys' Irou Wagons, Baby Carriages
from Fourteen to Eighteen Dollars apiece.
Candies & cigars. Tobaccos, Cof
fees, Teas, Lard, Flour,
Dried Fruits, Canned Emits, Rice, Cream Wheat,
the finest breakfast dish known Fishing Tackle,
Fish Poles, Baskets, Tubs, Brooms, Lamps,
Bird cages, and everything that is
usual' kept in a Variety
Store, all of
Can now bj Bought Cheap forCashi ftfc tn0 OldStandin
CANYON CITY, Or.
the auspices of
!T -NO, 34, G, A, R,
M. A. Lucas.
E. 13, Ramsiiv.
WILF 1JJE FUKXISIID.
A man who has practiced medicine
for 10 years, ought to know stilt
from sugar; read what he says.
Toledo, O., Jan. 10, 187.
Messrs. F. J. Cheney it Co.
(Jentlemen: T have been in the
general practice of medicine for
! HOsfc 10 years, and would say that
in all my practice aim experience
, have never seen a preparation that
Have prescribed it a threat many
I times and its clicct is wonderful,
j iln( WOltld S:iy in conclusion that I
! Jiave Vet to 1111(1 il case
that it would not cure, if they
j would take it according
L. COHSUC11. M. D.
Ollice, 2 lo Summit St.
"We will give 8100 for any case
of catarrh that cannot be cured
with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken
K. J. CHENEY fc CO., Props.,
CSold by Druggists, 7:"io.
By virtue of an execution issued
outof the Honorable Circuit Court
of the State of Oregon for the
Couuty of Grant, upon a judge
ment rendered in said court on
tho 7th day of November, 1888 in
favor of J. "W. Fisk, a minor, by
his guardian, D. W. Fisk, plain
tiff and against F. C. Iforsley, de
fendant, for tiie sum of one hun
dred and twenty-six and 00-100
dollars, gold coin, and fifteen and
10-100 dollars costs, together
with accruing cost. I have levied
upon, aud will sell at public auc
tion on Saturday the 2nd dav of
February A D "lSO, at 2 o'clock
p. in. of said day, at the court
house door in tho town of Canyon
City, Grant county, state of Ore
gon, all of the right, title and in -terest
of the defendant F. C.
Hoivlev, in and to tho following
described real property, situate,
lying and bciiig in Grant county,
Oregon and particularly described
as follows, to-wit: The east one
half and the north west quarter of
section twenty six (2G) in town -ship
thirteen (13) south of range
thirty-two (32) E. W. M. togeth
er with all and singular tho tene
ments, hereditaments and appur
tenances thereunto belonging or in
Terms of sale cash.
Dated at Canyon City, this 2nd
day of Jan., 180.
W. P. CItAY,
Sheriff of Grant Co., Oregon.
By J. J. McOULLOUGH,
A GRAND BALL
-WILL HE GIVEN
TIGER HOSE TEAM
A General Invitation is Extended to All-
James Fekuel, Tiios. Duglxr,
REC KPTION COM M ITTEE:
En. "Walton, En. Jewett, Ciias. Gay, F Fleisciiman, S. Dukicheimer.
Hugh Smith, Fuank Shls, Jake Simon, G. D. Rickaiid, C. Todiiuntep..
First-class Musicians have been employed, and every ollbit will be
made to insure a pleasant time for all.
TICKETS, and Supper
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John Day City, Oregon.
JOHN DAY CITY.
Gity meat market.
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All Kinds Of
Bj Wholesale and Retail.
ON THE EVEN ISO OF-
DAY. FEB. !4, 1389!
THE AUSPICES OI'-
No. 1, OF CANYON CITY.
George Maiian, Fuank Metsgh'ax.
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ta.AU onion filled un short notice..