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Will Wanamaker' stop the ;
R.....1MV imiil mid close the i
postotKces? This is what the ;
country wants to know right ofV.
Iowa is a prohibition state, ,
hut of live murderers : trial ,
there now, four are proved to .
have committed the crime while !
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oismiey "as ijcihi iuuiki, mm i
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wim a com I nil io niT .vui-
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aoree io iinu niinscii wuue no i
is doinjx it.
The pastor of the Congrega
tional church at Dorchester,
Massachusetts, is rejwrted as
"verv seriously missing. lhat
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is bad; amounting to absence
of mind and body too, we sup
pose. Dr. Mary Walker is out in a i
new plug hat and pants, de- ' shows that the dispatch of pub
manding an office. She is a j lie business is retarded in many
queer li"tle lunatic, who is the I instances by the adherence to j
pest, ot all new aiinunisiraiions j aniujuaieu lorm aim prcceu
in "Washington. She should be ! cuts. The degree to which the
induced to enlist in the army. j public bigness is clogged in
, t,js uy varies in the different
A Canadian girl has been us- departments. In some the ef
ing the American Hag to wipe ( fts 0f red tape are very pro
ber feet on at a school exhibi- j nouncid. in the Pension and
tion. The old Hag is being ap- Lund Bureau., for example, the
propriated to many new use.-. , report states that it requires as
It was (piite generally employ- j long a time as four or live years
ed to wipe noses on during our ! to settle a claim or to get iufor
late campaign, and soon it may . mation of certain kinds. Claims
be in demand to wipe out i.i-j Jiiol as far back as ls.S-l in
suits to our nationality. ; those bureaus remain still un-
I disposed of. In other offices
Burglars are assuming t he , w,jnrc JU1 t.irurt is bei ng I!1!l(je to
disguise of White Caps lor the , irot UIjt ()f the o(j nils business
purpose of robbery. In Lima r (1: ichwl with tm:(.h YQSlUn.
O., the other night, such a l.a.Kl:r )i(lj',v T)e .t rcc0MJ
broke into the residence o, j n;.lflg; anon ,)ther tlin
Wesley Usman, a wealthy inr
mer, overpowered and bound
the members of the Lin My and
stole $1,500, '"There. Is no clue
to the robbers,"' as usual.
1'rivate James K. llolton. an
inmate of the Confederate Sol
diers' Home, at Kichmoiid, Ya.,
tells a startling story. He savs
that when employed as a diver
in getting copper oir the wreck-j
ed Confeierate ram Merrimac :j
in 1S753, he dived into tue fore-
wistlc and there found the skcl- ;
etons of two men manacle 1 to !
tlicfloc.r. lie snj))Oses that
they were memU-rs of the crew
incarcerated for violation of '
some rule of the navy, stud
when the craft was sunk they
were forgotten. j
r j, , ,r . , .i :
I'ullvlcdfa million t hinese :
are on the brink of starvation,
and unless aid is soon sent to
them they will die by the thous-
. , . ,
15 i n! jur :ii oi its if)ver fo re- .
lieve the siillVrinn, but the fam
r , i .i ,
lue is of such maiiiilude that
an up)cai to the whole civilized
world has In-en m::le. It is the
first lime that lite Chine.'? offi-
r.l. 1 r il r,r. .-iTIii.l-c fill'
,i , .ii '
liegiCUilltU lH Lll It li WUOIU-.
whirl: :u::.-r indicate how desper
'ale is their misfortune. Fund
are I icing raised in Lundon and
Kew York to tide the sufferers
over until next crop season.
"Washington Correspondent :
Vhcii Ceueral Crant dietl the
reputalion of his magnificent j bushier. IT they sold for rciidy
military achievements, ihe fnnie i pay. there would be no bad
of his private worth and peron- I debts, no loss of interest and no
al honor, passed into the sacred j extra cxpen.-e in the way of
kueoing of goo 1 men every- .salesmen, book keepers and' col
where. 1 louors were thick up- j lectors. They could afford to
on liim. The lion did not .-ire and would sell tlieir goods
line eubr,, however, and there is i cheajier and their patrons would
no more reason for asking the i be k-uelitted to that etcnt.
American ieonle to admire
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Fi-cd (t mnt than there would be friends, it is said, but no ac
for askino- them to idolize Frl counts at all make better friends,
donos, or Fred Smith, or any ; N'KYV TO -I) AY
other imjindent anl adl!e paled ,
son of a good father. This j NlJ'JCE OF DISSOLUTION.
count it is supposed to have no j .. . ,
royal f:tmi1v. Fred (Irant. rear- ! 2NO,,,ce 18 Sirf llml. ,.t,,e
, riii c'j-partner.ship uetclofoic 'ixistin'
cd m an atmosphere of adula- , th(. n'n!) n:une of M;y
tion. ustd to seeing ins father ! :,j.lt.j. tv (., has been dissolved
worshiped, and never when a by neitual consent, Mis. .May
child broken of the foul habit or : Burke redlining ihn business. All
takitiu- evervthinr he could ret debts of the linn will lie paid by
and crvinir -rr more, grew up to
the nioft impudent, beggar and
the most hellish btrot. that it
has ever been my batl fortune
trt see. And now he has been
appointed to the A ustrian mis
sion, while other men, havm"
the claim or fait lit ul party serv-
l 1 i i -1-, , ,
ice and high ability, must step
.,-:,L PuiMifil ci.tll flirt co..w.
aMde. Jaaso: .-cnt to tlie same
court ICiley, ir the beginning of
his administration or the State
.Departmcnt ; Uiaine ler.ds oil
with (irant. It is stated that
J resioent liniiison eoulu not
vn vfc;it tin nr"5Slire without '
WGIl lCSlfa II1L piw.-aUlt. UllUOUl ,
elimvinrr nnv;med feelirur F'rcd I
SllOWlllg p'aOU.U itLOllgj 1 itu
(irant hnvinr been a supporter .
, O 11 !
many provides for punishment
by imprisonment not (.xceedino- .
three years of persons "publiely
alt:uk"ir - g iho has s of pubhc
and sochd order, specially re- ;
v. : I
ugion, monarcny, man iiimc. u ,
property." This is intended to !
practically close tJie moiun oi
every mm: against the greatest
and most tyrannical abuses of
mankind. If a man cannot ex-
press himself publically about
rcdig'on, n.o:inrchy. marriage,
or property,"' what in the i.an e
j of thy human voice may he talk !
, a' tout?
It is no wonder (ier.na-
. rt , . , , , ,..:.1i:ct if
I ll JO l H'.'l-WUVI Jl UIIIIIICIII. .
o.u'ht to he. J lie sooner a
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"ooverrnuent that tlare nropo.-c
.-uch a monstrous law is oei
turned the better, even if it is
done by "socialists- -E. O.
A committee was appointed i
by the last Congress to investi- J
fate the methods of doing busi-
" . . ,. n, ,
ness in the executive depart
ments. lhis committee has
now completed its work,- and
will make a report to the Senate
in a few days. The report
lhat a commission be appointed
wish authority to institute re
forms in the methods of con
ducting the .business of the de
part ments. This is a matter
deserving of more attention than
it has received and one in rela
tion to which there would seem
to be no necessary ground of
difference between the parties.
We have heard several gen-
vmvu discussing llie cash sys-
t(.in jalt.jv jt s ,:n(iuestiona-
,jv tjle 07i)y safe and hue way
0rdiug iMiess, and the soon-
tr )V:i?y pay becomes the rule
.l!llol, basing; . 4l,e better
it wi if be for ail parties. It v. ill
muc.e t1(l C05t of con,leiing a
b.ij.e.ss and enable the iner-
chant to sell cheaper; it will
t-nich people to live within their
1 ' , t . .
. means, ami euaoie uiose woo
are st riM'ixli nx to free tliems Ives
! from debt to yet into the hidi-
wav ol prosperiiy. mere are
linns m almost every city whose
outstandino; accounts exceed the
.amount ol capital investcil m
.... t . ,
I heir business, and who are com
pelled to employ bixk
, peiise to carry on tlieir business.
.So! o:iiy that, out they are os-
iiw sht' intcivst on llii'ir (ut
nt :ndiu aeeounts, in addition
t) a Kidlv )(freen'tajre of thuir
profits in bail ibdiS. Of eourftU
!hey !iiust make up :h'e ( xu:i
set and losses by increasing the
price of their wares, (therwi.-e
they would have tn dieonlinue
Short accounts make long .
"e, ml lo ,,(,r nil accounts must
LonirCeck, Or. March 2!), '8!).
NOTlck FOR i'UiiLICATlON.
Inl onic- at I.u CrAH.li'. On-gon.
.Mar. h Ut.
Xotl?r U lien liv "icn t!it tlie follow in-r-
linici wllr ban till! notice .f I.i ili'i-liliim to
:- rtulin.rf in Mipjmrt f 111 rlalm, anl
.iuiSe. .r in hi- aUone.. i.efrtf oio (i.tmiy ,
ll'ilnf limiit Cn., at Cumuli ( Ity. Or.. n
v.-n. vi.- wii.lia.M mkador u i no j
i rtJiW half NW ijuartcr SE ipmiti-r '
NW .rsw-i..art.!rXE.iuatrSvc h tj.
the fMl u1lnwtfM to ,irove
;tu'j'u rt-Wi'iH-c hiwh. nnj enituaton
.rf. A '.tr.C, vjr: Wiliiim '. aiil i i. hoi Tay-
i..r. rri.sc .uu..iv, jamcr. mii.m, of rwi.-sc
s;i-unti-i u.h. himUt tin; h-a.i.i mcnu-
J-t" e liiU'rior l)ewrliwiit, wliv mh:Ii
lf.Hit fhmtM IIOt be ltUuVrl, iv.lt l. sirim an I
oiptrttiHity ut the above nu'iitlotinl tinioaml i
rn.c:iiulM lba vijmow of I1
Miunit, mi t "ifcr evi.iimco in riihutuiuf ,
tUai ilmili:oil by 44iniant. J
2-7 he.nuvrixehart. Ristfr. i
Thl p.ivvilcr never vari" A in:irvl tt puri
ty. Mn ii::lli ami .vholso: ti-.-i. .Moie cconoin
ictil lliati tlie onlinarj 1 nl, anil cannot l)c
jolil in cinini'tiiii.n with tue inuititmle of low
ti'.tt. sho.twei-'ltt.aluin or jihusjilute jxnvilcrH.
Sol: I onlv i'l c-mm. lioval lUI.in 1'owUur Co ,
11X5 Wall St., N. Y.
BUCES TO PASTURE
The undersigned will be preparod
to Pasture Bucks during the Sea
son beginning May 1st pros.
At Oils Dollar Per Heafl.
At his Excellent Pasture .in Ante
lope Yidiey, situate three miles
north of Harney ltoad above Soda
I desire only such animals as arc
free from Scab, and agree to re
turn them the same.
.r,I JAME COXWELb.
Strayed from Ueaver creek range
Two head of coming three-year-old
horses, described as follows: One
muddy iron grey branded Y.r on
right shoulder. One dark bay
with hii"t' ciooked white stivak in
face, piandi d Yo on rilit shoul
dor. Both largo horses and both
"When last heard from were at
Ilinrison's place six miles west of
A liberal reward for informa
tion of their whereabouts.
Jt. T. Uuru-Y.
1 Drewsey, (oant, County, Or.
Came to the premises of the un
dersigned, live months ao, one
lieifer about IS months old. bran
ded (V :ni'l marked wit hshort crop
and split in ri,dit ear. Said ani
mal was appraised by .1. T. Sul
leiis, J. P., at 68. OU.
a O. C Miller
Prairie City, Or. JIarch 23, '80.
NOTJCK FOlt PUI'.I.K'ATION
LI'1 oflUva' Li Cr.mclo. Orcun.
Marrh 21, H;J.
XmUm U hiruliy siven that tin- fllwiinr
tin in.-. m tiler lin-. Iilttl notice of hi- int.'iitioii to
innku (iu.il jironf in Milijioit of Ii'h clnim, ami
tlmt hnlil jirMif will ho niaili- l.rfori- tin
C".nuyClrrk of Or.uit conntv, ur.. :t Canvun
Cltv. or Mav 1-. !ili. vfz: M. IU.'TIX.
1) S So. 31 K) for the SW 1 I S.o J Tj 1 1 h It 31
Uc nuints the follow inir wlt!if.,j' to jirmv liix
continiioiH roiilciii't- uiioii. Mini I'liliitntioii of,
sii.l lniol, iz: Iaac il. Koxtcr, ('. S. in-l)V.
I'.tt .'lutearo, Gcik' l!irLii, all of Cniivon
Mix wrnii who il,.iii'S !o jin.t.-.t ;Lr iint t!i.;
a'lo'x.iii'-u of micli jiroof, or wiio knowofuny
Mii.t r-.i-oii, liiultr tli- lax.- a:l the rttrti-l;.iioii-
of tli. Interior )L';irt:ii tit, liv ..icli
proof r-SiouI't not Ii alloivr. I. u.li I..- vivtiian
omi liihitv at tin: ahovo 1 1 1 . 1 . t i-: -t 1 time mill
p!acL' Jo .rsJ .MliKni1 il.f vitiKsi4 of saiil
claiiiittn, :tnl to oiler .Aitii.e.- m rclmttil of
tli:.t llliniltteil la elrihii.ilit
1-.; lIENIf RIXEUART ReiU-r.
NOTICK EOit PUBLICATION.
laitt a.:.-at I.i (iniude, Oregon.
I V1 itli. lt-i
.Votive ir- herchy i-n that the folloum-;
tsiinol suttl-r lave tileil imtirc of his intfn
ti.Mi ! inak.' Ilii-il Jinvf in Miit.rt i.f hU
ijalii), mnl that Mii-I ironf will li iimdt! lufore
tlifCoiint-, fleik of ilnint eoiin'.v Or., at eanvon
City, Ore . on April it!i., W. I Oil!
err. !. .s. No. ;:ill for the SW cr.SW (r S.v !t.
S lin:f .-.E r anil SE .jr SW r Sue s T ! S It
Ilo nuiiKX th; fo''nwin witmvsesio jirovn hi
roi.Uiiilotio le-iileiice li f on. ut.il -it lli . 1 1 - n of,
?ahl IuimI. Clurlri II. 1 ll y. Tlnw. II C.
Il-a-:!.-'.!, Mao Sosnctviliu. I. U.cl Athrr.s.m,
..I! of CaiiM.n C.ty, On stii.
Any 'r.iii who t'u'.irm to i.n,t;l against the
a'low.inef of f m il pr.-if, or ivh . knows of ny
siili-.tm.tial rt .mi:i, miller the luu ami the dkii
isiti'i e of the Interior ieartiiu lit, wh ne)i
inMil .-hoi-hi not hi; itlli..eil, will lie v n an
oiiortniiity at tin: ittMi'.e nieiitioncil time ainl
Ji ace ! ro-i--:".amiiiv the wit n. hmm of haiil
r!,ii: i iiit, :'inl L-i oiler eiiih inu in n-lmttal of
that -ul'iiiittcil li elitilitntit.
i:i2 IIENHY KlXEIIAl!!-, UeMer.
In the circuit court of the sttile
of Oregon, for the county of
Grant .ns. Peter Flinch pl.iintilf,
va Willi. on Dilbnrin defend.int.
In the name of the state of Ore
gon, you are hereby required to
app'arand ai.swer the coinplaiut
tiled ag.u'nst you in the above en
titled court on or before the first
day of the next regular term of
said court, to-wit: On Monday
the Sth day of April IS80. You
will take notice tint if you fail to
appear and answer for want there
of the plaintiff will take judge
ment and decree against you for
the relief prayed for in the. com
plaint filed in suid court, viz: For
the sum of eight hundred dollars
and interest thereon from the I'l
dav of Febiuai v 17 at the rate
of ten per cent per annum and for
the costs and disbursements of
this suit and for a decree foreclos
ing the mortgage mentioned in
said complaint and decreeing the
mortgaged pi emises mentioned in
s:tid complaint, to be sold and the
pfoceeils of such sale applied upon
eNpensrs of sale and in satisfaction
of said judgment ami for such
other and fuither releif as to equi
ty may seem meet.
'I his summons is publi.shed in
order of Hon. L. U. Isou, one of
the judges of said court.
Dated this 1st day of Februarv,
A. l. 1889.
PAHRlSil A COZAO.
Attorneys foi Plaintiff.
i NELSON JONES, TltEST.
MORROW GO. LAND & TRUST CO.
General Warehouse & Forwarding Agts.
The ( onipanij has rccmi.li conslruclcd a Iwa-story
j warehouse SO ,v 100 feet, wiih wool press and ail
! con ven iences for handling wool
; The Warehouse Charges at Jlcpmer will be ihe same
, as those at Arlington, less cartages.
Freight upon haled wool
j Cash advanced upon consio 'nine ills of wool or wool
THERON E, FELL, Manager.
Keep constantly on hand a complete stock of
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS-
Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, Perfumes, Soaps, Powder, Tuffs,
Combs, Tooth Nail, Clothes and Har Brushes, Dnigist's Sun
dries, Lamps, Lamp Oils, Glass, Putty, Chiiicys, and
and everything to be found in a first
class Drug Store.
Nothing but Pure, Fresh Drugs Dispensed.
Orders from a distance will receive prompt attention. Prescriptions a
BAKER CITY, ". OREGON
It. T. I'ARKEIt
PARKFM .j- PMESCOTT
Dcalera in all kinds of
jF u r n i t u r E
P.ED ROOM! SUITES,
PA It LOR SUITR.
PAINTINGS & PIC'JURES.
SPRING CO I S, PILLOWS,
REKD & R ATT AM ROCKERS.
It is the most comploto stock of
furuiluro ever displayed in Baker
Oil'. (Jive us a call.
PARKER & P.RESCOTT,
Baker Citv, Or.
In the Circuit court of the state of
Oregon for Grant count'.
' A die Currin, Plyintilf,
.John IT. Currin, Defendant )
T- John 11. Currin, defendant:
In the name of the State of Oregon
you are hereby l oininandeTl lo ap
pear in the above named court and
answer tin; complaint tiled against
you in the above entitled Miit on
or before Monday, the 2nd day of
Sept., ISSi), the same being the
first day ot the regular Sept. term
18S1) of .s.ticl court, and if you fail
so to appearand answer the plain
tiff will apply to the court for the
relief prayed for in the complaint,
to-wit: For a decree of said court
dissolving the bonds of matrimon'
existing between the plaintiff nnd
defendant and for the costs and
disbursements of said suit, and for
such further relief as to the court
in equi y, may seem meet. You
will further take notice that this
summons is published by order of
the Hon. James A. Fen, Judge
of said court. Made nnd bearing
date Iho 21st day of Februarv
lWi), V. A. Sweek,
NOT ICE FOR PUBLICATION
LiiKtl Oflkc at l-i Oratnle. Oregon
Marrh 7. ISssil.
Notice I." hereby iriven that Ihr fitlloulnp
nanietl pettier liai"llleil notice of hi intention to
make tlnal proof in ctiiort of hi rlaitn, and
that kitiil proof will tic made before the county
.IihI'c. or in liin aliene before the cottnty
Clerk of Oral it county. Or . at Canyon City,
orwron. on April 30th., IPS!), vte: SAMUEL
LOFTON. IIil No. 2lU for the NEJ See ti, Tp ll,
S U :t, E.
lie mtnpf the followinir MiltitHres' to prove
lib toiitilitioiu resitkr.cc iihim, anil cultivation
of, tiaid lun.I, viz: Elroy Wurst.ani, of .lohti U.iy
Ore.. Ix.rci.zo Williatm", Mnrtl'i Duiilap, Jaeot.
Mi:le-, of Ko, (He.
Any vr on wlio.Ic.-irw to protest against the
allonance of Midi proof, or who knows of any
i:ulitaiiti.il rta-on, under the law and the ref
lation of the Interior Department, whvsuch
proof slioulil nut ho allowed, will le jrlven an
oppoitunity at the above inctitioticd time and
pUu-e to cnwsi-exaniiue the wltuosies of.saM
claiumnt, nnd to offer evidence In rebuttal of
that uhiuilt'! bv claitnant.
f.2-5 HK.MtY lil.NEIlAUT. Ilcirister.
-- JOJLY TOSS-
Watch-maker and Jeweler.
CANYON CITY, Oreon.
j Keeps for sale Watches, Clocks
! .....1 1. .lnni; nil 1.-!ii(1h
E. R. IJISIIOI', TKEAS.
from Jleppner, same as
Fir ana Fesfl.
NEAR THE DEPOT,
BAKER CITY, Or.
(Joods found to be not first
class may be returned.
NOTICK FOR PuTiLl'JATJOX
I-atul Olliec at I.a Oramle, Oreyon.
March 7th, lSJfil.
Notice U hcrcliv sfv.-n that the followin
n.uiicil M'lller lias tiled notice of his intention to
nuke 11 ii ill proof in Hupport of liiH cl lini, and
that raid proof wilt he lii.iili- before the County
Clerk of (iriiut coiiutv. at Canvon Citv. Or,
on Aptil in, lsso, iz": VUKl j. TIM. MS, 1 S
No. SOfil, for the SE ipur St e -'(.. Tp 13.S U 2t E
lie names the following witne-o-u.'' to pioe
bin C'lUtiiit.ouii rebiileiice upon, and cultivation
of, Miit land V. Tliumas. Lhat. Itanu, Ed
Cobb, W in. I'.ipe. all of Mt. Vernon, Or.iut co.Or
Any person who ilr-iic to protot afrtiin-t the
allowance of such proof, or who ktmu'ti of any
MuliHtanti.il rcir-on, under the la.v and the regu
lations of the Interior Dcpurlmt.nl, whv rtieh
lr'f rhoiild not be alloed, will be'lveuau
pHirtuuity at the above mentioned time and
place lo crot-i txamiue the itne-ies of said
c.aiinaut, atnl to offer evidence in rebuttal of
tint MihmitlH bv i Liituuiit.
M-4 IIEXItV Itl.NKUAUT, Uix-Ut. r.
NOTICK KOR PUIiblCATION.
I-iiul Ollice at I.a (iratide. On on.
Match 7th, !.!.
Notice i bureby sivon that tlie followiii-n.-.iiKil
-tttl'-r ha- tiled notice of his intention to
ui.ike liii.il priHiriu support of hW claim, and
that shM proof will Ik; made before the county
Cierk of Malli ur coun'.x. Or., at a!e. Ore , on
Mav 1st, ls.hU, viz: liEnKOE W. YAlMiElt,
D s No. a!37 for the Nl-2 SWl-4 nnd EI ' NW 14
Se. 'ilTp lnS It H7 E.
lie names the follouiu; uitueicr to prove his
cootiiiiio if re-ideiice ti)oii, and rultivation of.
Mild l.unl. iz: KeniHth Murray. John Ml
I.eunon. Duucau E. McUae, .lame- llirset, all of
An iH'ivnn uhodcirc toproti.st a.-aiiist the
allowance of Mich proof, or who knows f any
ub'ltatltul rcaMin. under the I iw and the nv-illation.-
of the Interior Depittiueot, win such
proof t-hould not Iv aibnvci, will be j1ii an
oppirtuiiity at the N)e mentioned tiiut- :.I
place to cro.' x imine the witnc. i f said
claimant. :.uil to i. HVr evidence in lubuttal of
that vuhmilted l.v i l.iii.i.mt.
.'..;. IIEXItV KINEUAUT, Ilexi-ter.
L'. S. I.md Oniee, Uk.-v.ew. Or. March f, lvD.
CompI tint Innitn: been entered at this oitlce
by .IOIINC. l'.EATY against I'EIEIt VAN
MlliDl.ESW'OUTII for abauiloniir; bis Ilnnie
yluil Entrj No. 3t.ri. dated .Inly S, 1S4. uj'on
the I'.'i of SW ifiar. an I I.oisa atnl 4 of Stetion
P.). Tnwnhip 111 :outh liince SI E, in Or.uit
L'oai.ty, Oregon, with a lev to the cnnrel'atioi.
o( paiil cntiy; the .-aid part i'-s are htrebv .uui
tnniiei! to njip.-.ir Ik lore the Coui:t V'.crk of
(irant county, nt ai.y.ni City. Oregon, on the
lath day of'.Mav, lS:.a. M o'cIik-I. A. M.. to
rcipiiud and furnish te-t'tnouy conet-ruln
s.iiil iillcyeil ab.iiidonmciit. And it apie.iiiui,'
froln the atliihnit of V.C. Coiul that ihe c! ik
ai t has removed from the State and th.it per
M.na! service of ni.tn-e ujioii bun cuiino: be lnnl.
it ii hereby onlercd that this notice sliull be
M-rvod.by ptlblie.itioii in the(!r.itit Coiiutv New,
a weekly newspipcr p iblished at Canyon City,
O-.. for six i-oiiheciitive i--tes thereof.
.Vr. A. 1". SNEI.L1.M:. lU-si-ttr.
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
Laud othecat I-u Orandc, Orcyou.
.Mjrch S. lsM.
Notice Is hr rob tciveii that the following
named ret tier has tiled notice of bis Intention
to make final proof In Kiipiort
of bis claim, ami th:it said (.toof will le made
before the Clerk of Grant Co.. Or., at Canyon
Citv. Or., on April -Jt). l.sSt), ir.'. JAMES V.
1'IEKCE. 1 S No. 71l!. for the SW qiur.
NW f) net r. W SW quar. iul NE (junr SW quar.
See 15 Tp 1. S It 31. K.
He name!, the foilowint' witnesses to prove
bis contiinioui residence uiion, anil rultivation
of, mid land. viz. Israel Maddux, I'eter luzalls
George Kurit, D-miclCaiubliu, all of lllantou Or
Any pri-on win deitcs t tto:e.i aaln.U
the allovvauct! of such proof, or who knows -f
any sub-tautial rci-on. under the l-iv ami the
re-iulntiou' of tlu Inttr.or Dep-.rtmvnt, why
iitrh proof khuuld not be nllowisl. will b ctvun
an opporniiiity at the above meutl.ui.'d time
and place to cros-cxamiiie Ihe witnesses id
'i 1 eiaimant, and Uiotler evidence in lebultul
of that suLiiiiit.il i - lainiMit.
.11 I IJENUY lUNEHAHT, IlcKi-ter.
J. L B. VIAL & SON.
and J I'j II 'FL FIuS,
Bakek Citv, - - - Okeoon.
V OLINS and CUiTARS.
Money to Loan on Collaterals.
3Oppoaite Union Meat Market,
MR. IF. R.
mil m a
1S7 MontgomeTij Sb. San Francisco, Gal.;
will Ik in town on or alout April 8, prepareil to your
orders for Clothing of any kind.
Workmanship and Fit Guaranteed.
CANYON CITY, Or.
City meat market.
Washington Street, Canyon City, Oregon.
CRAY & EADS, Proprietors.
AM Kinds Of
Jlj Wholesale and Retail.
George Gundlach Bro.
CANYON CITV - ORECNO
Kir PRICES GREATLY REDUCED. j&s.
A. II A CIIJEjNE Y.
JOHN DAY CBTY.
Red Front Milliard Hall!
III (J T nl " r IN J. I. JVT 1 mi -f M rj - - -
C. D. R8CKARD, Proprietor.
Dealer in fine Ulnes.
Ifenrij Rust's Celebrated
Stationery, Books, School Supplies, (iilt Uuid and Glassware, in End
less Variety. Fancy Wares, suitable foi presents for both Old
aud Youii. Boys' Iron Wagons, Baby Carriages
from Fourteen to High teen Dollars apince.
Candies & cigars. Tobaccos, Cof-
fnt.tr 'Vnna T.OVil l.'I.Mll
Dried Fruits, Canned Fruits, Hire, Cream WhauA;,
j the tiuest breakfast d.sh known Fishing Tackle,
1' ish I'oles, iiasKeis, j uus, xrooms, j-atn)s,
Bird caiies, and everything that is
usually kept in a Variety
Store, all of
Can now lu Bought Cheap forCash. the Old Stambin
Haptonstall & Dart
John Day City, Oregon,
Canyon City, Oregon.
Tv.AM itrilurft fillisl on short notlcr.
Liquors and Cigars.
- - OREGON.
Brer Constantly on Tap
er ch-andi se