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Grant Co. News'
rOW.lSHED EVKuVTHmtSPAY MORNING
February 14, IS SO.
California isomers sue trying
la bond n large part of East
Portland and vicinity.
Sim biogo county prospec
tors lir.ve found gold bearing
gravel in an old tunnel "full of
President-elect Harrison to a
visitor said: "My dear sir; if
1 were to give an ofiice to every
man who has applied for it al
ready by letter or in person, it
would take mo six years to sign
A writer iu a New York pa
per says men are asking them
selves this question: "If men
are denied the very semblance
of a home here on earth how
can they be expected to have
faith iii the promise of a home
in heaven hereafter?" Minis-
ters will do well to cut this
nucstion out and irnste it in
their Ecrap books.
Kotwithstanding the fact that
nearly three months have pass
ed since the. polls were closed
t bo count-no ol the hallots is
still 'uriwr on in San Francisco.
" - ...
i C ull ion: i a exchange,
have been counted over
ami over aain, lirst m the m
torest or one candidate and then
another, until they are most
nearly worn out, and evcrytimc
they have been gone over rank
fraud has Ikhmi discovered.
The Chinese" exclusion act.
parsed with so much haste and
signed with t-o much readiness,
is running the gauntlet of the
United States courts. A test
case is ooiiiii up from Califor
nia, and the legislature of that
s at) is anxious to have the be.-t
legal talent of the state to de
fend the :ut. Possibly bad
there been more time and care
used in the framing of the bill,
all this tro.iblo and expense
would have been avoided. Hut
then the country was anxious
for political bombshells.
The bonds or the Portland
"Water Company sheuld not bo
exempted from state taxation,
a provided in the bill now be
fore the legislature. "Why
should Portland people have
free water" at tbe expense of
tho people of the balance of the
state? The citizens of Portland
, i tt . ,,P filVfl.
arc certainly nl.le to my
on their water bonds. lhi
"special loirislntion" is a feature
of the republican party. Its in-
juitice cannot l e (ien'cl, but as
low as tho few in authority
r.,ii it,,, i.mnv wiil
ZZ . : ' : ::.V: " V
liVi UlAUU III tJlUil mivi tci.-. ii.
is simply '-money devil"
lation. E. O,
Sam .lone.-, the rcvivelist,
make? about (i()0 public address
es a year, and. of 'course, often
says sojne foolish and reekle.-s
things. lie delivered a lecture
in Los' Anodes one evening last
week upon the moralal elfeets of
the hall room, and hamlled the
subject without gloves. Many
persons were shocked, and some
indignant, hut Sam never for
once waveifd. The newspapers,
however, disttneeil with the re
vivalLt, ai:d he was imlr.ced to
confine lis lecture to subjiets
upon which he was better in
formel. 1I mleemeil hinii-eif
by (tLdiv(nnr a ifood old-raah-iomtl
A bill making the marriage
"of cousins unlawful in this;.tate
was introduced into the lower
liuse ( f the legislaltirj on the
fith inst. Oregon has ample
opportunity t profit by the e
.perienco of o'd-. r states in t'i.s
matter. Illinois. Ohio :t:ul oili
er states have passed such laws,
but not until the stati.-tie- of
their idiotic blind and d;af
mute asylums have proven tliat
the be.-t interests of the state
and or individuals requiicd it.
As states become older and com
munities more settled, the ten
dency to consanguineous niar
riage becomes more pronounced,
and as personal interests become
involved, the diffcnlty of passing j
a law that will protect the t-tate j
from the consetiuences of such
1 , ill
innrnatro IS rrivatiV aiUllienteU. I
-it 0 i ir"
Heme, while there is no imme-
onue ttangei iinu liuousinui.i.o
cousins will rush into matrimo-
ny in Oregon in loree snltieienl
4." i,,.,.,. ., 'nct'f nliriii for tho
10 m.lUe an lllllUlIOU lOI IZU.
care or iiieai,abies a necessity or
I .... -.
this generation, it will he the
part of wifidom to steer clear of
future evils begotten IV
marriage.'v by the ttmeiv
mant of the proposed 1
In the Circuit cjurt of Hie state of
Oregon for Grant county.
Adie Currin, Plaintiff, )
Johu IT. Currin, Defendant )
Tr John H. Currin, defendant:
In the name of tho .c"tate of Oregon
you are hereby commanded to up-
poar in the above named court and i
answer the complaint tiled ngain-t j
you in the above entitled .-uit on j
or before Monday, the fust day of
April ISSt), the same oeing tue
first dav ot the regular At.ril term
18S9 of sud court, and it you lau .
so to niinear ami answer the plain-
tiff will apply to the court tor iae ,
iciief proved for in the complaint,
to-wit: Ivor a decree oi sam couib
dissolving the bonds of matrimony
existing between the plaintiff and
defendant and for the costs and
disbursements of said suit, and for
such further relief as to the court
in cqni'y, may seem meet. You
will farther take notice that this
summons is published by order of
the Hon. Luther B. Ison, Judge
of said court. Made and bearing
date tho 11th day of February
1S89, C. A. Swcck,
By virtue of an execution and
decree of foreclosure and sale is
sued out of the circuit court of tho
sUttc of Oregon iu the county of
Grunt, upon a judgment rendered
in said court on the 17th day of
November, A. D. 1SSS, in favor of
Lueinda Thompson, PI IT, and
against F. J. Butz, E. 0. Stansel!,
co partners as But. & Stansell
a'ul W. S. Southworth and .John
Kuhl, defendants, for tbe sum of
two hundred and seventy-five dol
lars and thirty dollars and thirty
live cents cos's, together with ten
per co-it per annum interest from
tho said 17th day of November,
and accruing costs I have
levied upon and will sell at pub
lic !iietion on Saturday the 2ud
diy of March 18SJ, at one o clock
p.'ro. of said day, at the court
house door in Canyon City, Giant,
count v, Oregon, all of tlie right
tit. e and inte:e. which thoDef'ts
l?i:t7. and Stansell had on or after
the 1st day of December 17, in
ot tt) the following described mort
iinecd premies, situate, lying in
the town of Canyon City, Ur.mt
county, Oiegon, and described as
Commencing at a point ou the
west side of Canyon creek, where
Main St. in said Canyon City
crosses said cretd:, ami running
thence west to W. P. Gray's sta
ble lot, thence north HO feet ; i hence
east to the west bank of said cteek
and thence south to the place of
beginning. S tid lot is situate on
what is known as tho -'island" of
said Canyon creek, together with
& nhiv the lenemenis,
h;redit:unents and appurtenances
i lhcreuito belonging or in any
j v.ge apl0r!;lijlini,.
Terms of sale cash,
Dated at Canyon City, this :J0th
j day of January, A. D. 18Hl).
j V. P. GKAY,
, Sheriff f (Irani C j. Ur.
Ky J. J. McCCLLOLGlI,
in the county court of the state
of Oregon for (5 rant county.
In tho mattter of the estate of
Sarah E. Himcs deceased.
Notice is hereby given that S.
Ii. Hates was on the t2(.Hh day of
January lSS'J duly appointed by
the county court of Grant county
state of Oregon, the administra
trix of the estate of Sarah E.
J limes deceased; all persons hav
ing claims against the estate of
the said deceased are hereby no
til'nd an I required to present the
same duly veiilitd as by law re
quired at the ofiice of my attor
ney. M. I). Clifford in Canyon
City. On gon, within six months
lVot.i th' date hereof.
i):;t. d this tlie 1 1th day of
S. R. DATES,
Administratrix of the estate of
no ncE rolt pubTjcation.
Ijittd OlfKva' .a Orande, Oregon
X I-t !kt bv s.iv!i th it tli. MUtxmg
i.itinl M-tllcr has Jlhsl of hi ii.tt iaU-n
to i..-ki liimi pr)f in -i:.;i. rt of hit i.laim, and
tiw ..iid pro.. f nill b.;r;ai!e Ixf.-rctlm Counl.t
Jint.-e. or in hi1' a!ncnr JK-foro the t;loik of
a-i: ('.iiii. Or., at Ciitiyoii Citv. Or., on
I. Si. lit. dACOli IIA.MON. lid. No.
i-SCI. Tor the SE 1-4 Sec :Kt T I.J S I: "i E.
lie imtiH-s the followins: uitiu-wf t. jirovv
hi eniiitiit roidt-iiC'' ojion, ami enltiv.ition
( -aid land, viz: U I.ohiiioi' .Mm t.v, (ion.
itliHev. Andn wOill, all of Cn.on Cilv Or.
Ahv jicrron w'rfi) ili-5ri s t nroU-l a-ruittln'
alfWa'.ce if Mifh jirmtf. ur vhn kmif f my
ro..-tt, unt'.r tin- law and the ru:r-
I uUtl'MiMi! t'.-.a lnt ri.,r li jiirtim-nt. why snidi
' )r.( hlxxiid nut mj allowtd, lllb ttveii an
otirtmiity at the i.h jvi liiontinned tinii- .hhI
I iice ! wMs-cntnine tho itnuc- f Ktd
"alm-.it, a-id ti ITlj vidence in rebuttal of
! lhn mtUMiiUil lv rlaiinuit
i lit" 1IENKY lUXEUAIlT, Hoistcr.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
ua omc at La cramte, omjon.
v'h- ; 18f
NolW i hercbv etven that tho followinz-
.,,,... ..iti. rliaCiilixl n.,t:ci'.f hi- intfiil ion to
mate- lintl ihooJ ill 8ii'lrt of his claim, and
,"Vsnid ,TkV win bo made before r.unty
MiirtjJ, ih,L VI7.: klt.ene e. uoor. us
' n.. -..W u.c Njdfsw ;i' sw 'if xw or
; j;,..,,a,es she fi.-.vin witnwtojiroc
h tontimious r.-idtuce npun. and ctiltitatioii
Q, Uml. viz: Thoroa- Cmners, IMvva.-d
iiw.m i-. Arthur iicMm.in, ail .f
IM i.le. On-on.
( A,1VivtsH wiiod-ir.j ui)n.t.'t.minrt the
' iiptiortiinUyut the aiiove mentioned tnnusm
I tdaco to crop-o5auiliie th vvitneiic of xai.l
, eteinnnt, and to idler evidence in rebuttal of
tlit clilimilti-d tiV clilillltttlt.
47 62 11 EN It Y ItlNEIIART, Kegister.
In the circuit conit of the state
of Oregon, for the county of
Grant ss. Peter French plaintiff,
V3 "William Dillman defendant.
In the name of the state of Ore
gon, you are hereby required to
appear and answer tho complaint
tiled against vou m me aoovo ei:
tjtjcl court on or before the first
day 0f the next regular term ot
sajj court, to-wit: On Monday
tne sth dnv 0f April 1SSI). You
wiu c n0icc that if you fail to
aiJeav nnd answer for want th'-re-
of the plaintiff will take judge
ment find decree against vou lor
tue veiief p,aved for m tlie ootn-
T)iiimt filed in said court, viz: ror
t10 gum 0f eloriit hundred dollars
am jnterest thereon from the 24
..... a 111
day of February at tue rate
of "ten per cent per annum and for
the costs and disbursements oi
this suit and for a decree foreclos
ing tho mortgage mentioned in
said complaint and decreeing the
mortgaged pi anises mentioned in
said complaint, to be sold and the
pfoeeeds of such .sale applied upon
expenses of sale and in satisfaction
of said judgment aud for such
other and fuither releif as to equi
ty may seem meet.
rJ his summons is published bv
order of Hon. L. B. Ison, one ot
tho judges of said court.
Dated this 1st day of February,
' PAKRISir .t'COZAD.
Attornevs foi Plaintiff.
In justice court for Union pre
cinct Grant county, state of Ore
gon. Geo. Shearer and M. How
ell rloimr business under the firm
uatno of Geo. Shearer & Co.,
plaintiffs vs Israel Owens, defend
ant. To Israel Owens the above nam
ed defendant, iu tho name of the
slate of Oregon, you are hereby
commandi'd and required to ap
pear before the justice ;f the
peace of Union precinct in said
county and state on the 1st day of
March A D. 1SSD at tho h-ur of
10 o'clock a. m. of said day at
Prairie City in said precinct to
answer the complaint of the above
named plaMitifls founded on u
note ol hand aud a book account.
Wherein said idtintifls demail I
ludment against vou for tue sum
J" V " ,,i " l r .. il.
of sixtv-hve dol drs and for the
costs and disbursements of this ac
tion. And you are further notifi
ed that if "you fail so to answer
said complaint said plaintiff's will
take judgment against you for the
sum of sixty five dollars and for
the cost and disbursements of this
action. And this Summons is or-d'-tfd
served by publication for
ix successive weeks in the Guant
County News, n weekly newspa
per published in the above named
county and state and by mailing
to the defendant at his last known
posloflice address a cettilied copy
of this summons and of the com
Given under my hand this 14lh
day f January A. V. lbSil
J. T. Sullexs, J. P
joir.v i 'oss '
Watch-maker and Jeweler.
CANYON CITY, Oregon.
Ke-'ps for sale Wsitches, (Mocks
and Jewelry, and does all kinds
Canyon City, Oregon,
GliOTII $ TII0MTS0.?.'
will find this a
1 pleasant ailll desirable phlCO at
. 1 . . . .
I VVUlCil to Slop.
GRAND ARMY BALL!
Will be given under
At Jarrel's Hall, John Day,
A GENERAL INVITATION W ALL!
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS:
E. B. Ramsuy,
COMMITTEE ON JIEOEPTION:
S. IJaptonstall, Pkkkixs.
TICKETS (Including Ball
A free Pork and Bean Supper will be served tit Grange Hall
sit 0 o'clock p. m. Ccme one and all, and enjoy yourselves with the
In connection -with the Pork and Pean Supper there will bo a
sociable singing, recitations, and a general good time for the public.
TIIK BEST OF MUSIC
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Laud Oflloc nt La (Jrafulc. Oregon.
Jnniuo lutli, li!.
N'.tico U hereby yiven tlit tlio f'-llnwin-nntnt-il
settlors have tiled notice oftlieirintctition
tonmkc tlnal jiroiil itiatipixtrt (i their claim and
thatiuid proof will be male before County
Clerk of tJrant County, at Canjon City. Or., on
KVbruarr 27. li. vir: ANDREW J LA KEY,
DSS.S5UforlheEl.2SWl.4Sec 2d and N !-;
i fiui i. i.akkv i)Ss.sm for the Ei-2 NEi-4
srl; t?1oSNkS ii k. 35 a"J SEM SE14 1 iu a11 y practice and experience
lit-names the following witnesses m prove Lib j iave never seen a preparation that
continuous rofidemc upon, mid cultivation of, .. ;.i . ... i
said land, viz: Albert Drewitt. Henry Ilohna. ( I COllltl prescribe With as much COI1
ThomaK llohna, Ilubna Johnson, all of j jj(Jeucl, 0f success as I can Hall's
I'rairie I it , Or. 1
Anv IK.TWHI who dtlros to lirotect aL'ain-t the I 'n t-ii-fli (Jure, maiiufacturea OV VOU.
j Und the
; opportunity at the above niontionmi time and
allowance oi sucn proof, or nnu kiinui;ui.i
place to crocs examine tho witnesses of said I
tint submitted iv t-iatmant.
I -ia HENUV KINEHAHT, lleuutcr.
claimant, anil to oner cviience in rtuuiui ui
VARIETIES AND NOTIONS.
IN THE OLB rOSTOFFICE BUILDING
CANYON CITY, Oregon.
Toilet Sets, Chinese and
Japanese, Goods, Dolls,
Books, Futures, and
Nick Nacks of every des
eription. QiQK SBJ
Sio REWARD Sio.
Strayed or stolen in May 1S8S,
one sorrel mare 0 or 10 years old,
strip in face, white hind feet,
branded JC with E above on left
shoulder, JCon left stille. One
bay mare branded J on left shoul
der. One scrr.il filly 2 years old
next spiing, strip in face, white
legs, branded E on le.t shoulder,
Oil on lnftsliilo. Onebav horse
j colt same age and brand. Mares
both hail colts wun tnem.
The above reward will be paid
for the recovery, or for informa
tion leading to" the recovety ot
said animals. Call on or address
G. M. Stovall,
Hahney City, Or. 47
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0. P. CRESAP
Stationery, Books, School Supplies, Gilt did and Glassware, in E
less Variet". Fancv Wares, suitable foi j resents for both Old
aud Young. Boys' Iron agons, Baby Carriages
from Fourteen to Kighteen Dollars apiece.
Candies it cigars. Tobaccos, Cof
fees, Teas, Lard, Flour,
Dried Fruits, Canned Fruits, Rice, Cream Wheal,
the fiucst breakfast dish known Fishing Tackle,
Fish Poles, Baskets, Tubs, Brooms, Lamps,
Bird cages, aud everything that is
usually kept iu a Variety
Store, all of
Can now bj Bought Cheap forCash, at the Old Stand in
CdNFON CITY, Or.
the auspices of
!T MO, 34, G, A. R,
Oregon, Feb. 22, 1889.
M. A. Lucas.
E. B, Kamsiiy.
WILL I5K FUKMSIIKI).
A man who has practiced medicine
for 40 years, ought to know salt
from sugar: read what he says.
Toledo, O., Jan. 10, 1887.
Messrs. F. J. Cheney it Co.
Gentlemen: I have been in the
practice of medicine for
.in 1 1 1 .. it.
most 40 vcars. and would sav that
Have prescribed it a great many
. and would say m conclusion that 1
have vet to find a case of Catarrh
that it would not cure, if'they
would take it according to direc
tions. Yours Truly,
L. L. GOUSUCII, M. D.
Ofiice, 215 Summit St.
Wo will give SI 00 for any case
of catarrh that cannot be cured
with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken
F. J. CHENEY A CO., Props.,
gSTSold by Druggists, 75c.
CITATION TO HEIRS.
In the county court of the state of
Oregon, for tho county of
In tlie matter of the estate of
Frank Flageollet, deceased.
To the hcis at law of Frank Fla
gcollet, deceased and all per
sons interested in bis estate.
In the name of tlie stafe ot Or
egon, you are hereby required and
cited to be -aud appear in the
county court of the state of Ore
gon, for the count' of Graut, at
the couit ro nn thereof, at the
court house in the said county of
Grant on Monday the ISth day of
March A. 1). 188!) nt 10 oclock a.
in. of that day, then and there to
show cause, if any you have, why
a certain instrument in writing,
presented to tho said county
court, nnc now on file therein,
should not be admitted to Probate
as the last Will and Testiment of
said deceased, and why Letters
Administrative with said Will an
nexed should not be issuedto
John Lnurance aud Samuel
Ft eneh according to the prayer of
the petition on file in said court.
Witness, the Hon. N. It. Maxcy
Judge of the county court of the
state of Oregon, for the County
of Grant tds '1 day of January
A. D. 1880.
Attest: PHIL METSCUAN
By WM. MILL El?.
-WILL II K OIVEK OX
In the Court House at
TIGER HOSE TEAM No.
A General Invitation
En. Walton, En. Jewett, Ciias. Gray, F Fleisciiman, S. Dukkheimkk.
Hugh Smith, Frank Sels, Jake Simon, G. I). Kiukard, C. Todhunter;
First-class Musicians have been employed, and every cflbit will be
made to insure a pleasant time for all.
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