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Granl Co. News.
PUBLISH ED THURSDAY HORNING,
D. I. ASBllRY
Editor and Prcprlotor.
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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY :
N. K. Maxcy.
. Phil Metschan
..N. H. Boloy.
J. H. McHalev.
II. II. Davis.
J. II. Ncal
....W. P Gray
. . . . T. H. Curl
L. R. Ison
I J nine
s A. Fee
J. L Rand
Church Dirccto y
Rev. A. Eads holds divine ser
vice at the "YYinegar school house
at. It o'clock a. in. on the 1st Sab
bath of each m mth, and at 7
o'clock in the evening at tho M. E
church in Prairie City. Also at
the Strawberry school house at 11
n. m. on the Jlrd Sabbath of each
month and at Prairie City in he
eveniii of the same day. At John
Day City at 11 a m. on the 2nd
ami 4th Sundays, and at Canyon
City at 7 in the evening of the
KAKI'It and CANYOX CITY
KJcCUEN fc GRIFFItf, Proprs.
Stare leaves Canyon City every morning except
Sunday, arriving at Uakcr the next day.
Coed teams, good conveyance and fast time.
Ercry attention given to t'ae comforl of pas
ORR, M. D.
Canyon City, Ogn.
Office on Main Street in Kooniu formorly ojcu.
pied by Dr. IlowarJ.
CANYON CITY, OREGON.
Long Creek - - Oregon
Canyon City - - Ore
!tHfiiee with M. D. Cliff rd -a
taml Slim.'" and Colh-fti 'iis pioinplly atten
ded In. Deed ami lIortxiutM drawn, mid
E. A. Knight,
From The Dalles, luis permanently
located at .lohn Day City.
ALL WOBK "WARRANTED.
Q A. SWEER,
Cany C -- - Oregon.
Parrisii & Cozad.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Canyon City, Oregon.
CANYON CITY . . OREGON
Office the court House.
QL&.Y TOD HUNTER.
Canyon City, Orec
All business on trusted to hi care wil rectivc
prompt attention, and all money will Ik id
a fut as cjllected.
Prairie City - - - Oregon.
Also Ajjent for the sale of School
JohnDay MWk Rancf
Fresh milk delivered daily to
my customers in John Day and
Canyon cities. Civo me your or
ders. J. Oliver.
W. A. WlLMIiKi:.
. Nat. Hrijsojt.
WILSHIRE HUDSON '
Attorneys at Law
LAKE VIEW AND llt'RNS, OISEGON.
Will practice in the Circuit Court at I'amon
City, and before the U. S. I-md Office at Lake
Any li'iiniv in tii" I.-ui l Otflre fiitntituJ to iu
will receive the most prompt attention.
Liml CMC eoiicited.
F. 0 IIORSLEV.M D.
Graduate ok the University ok
Pennsylvania, April 8, IS 18.
Canyon City, Oregon.
0 lice in hisDrugStore, Main Street
)nlers for Drugs promptly tilled.
No professional patronage solicted
in' iss directionsarestrietlyfollowed
Livery ana Feed stable .
LEE MILLER, Fropr.
Canyon City, Grant Co. Oreon.
peter kchl's old stand
Having bought these popular
StablesI respectfully solicit a share
of tl e public patronage.
First-class Single and Double
Teams to let.
1INE UCt OIES & ROAD CART?
S K'cii 1 attention given to the
care of tiginsient stoik.
DEPUTY STOCK INSPECTORS
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have appointed the following
named persons as my Deputies, viz:
John C. Lnce John Day
Warren Carsner Wagner
Jas. Wallace Lonjr Creek
L H Johnson Dayville
T. II. Cum.,
Stock Inspector for Grant County.
Poslofiice ML Vernon, Or.
J A.N YON CITY - - Oregon
Hugh Smith, prop'r.
-A Full Stock of the
I'urtt of Wined and
Tlie Ileiit clsar in the .Market.
., .t. nw
CITY LIYERY STABLE!
(01? It A!., a r.d FEED ST A RLE
(Wood & Church's old Stand)
Ono-l liiijfsy tv im nml nice Sa!t!!o Horse
furiiinlnil at all Imuri' i.f tin i!t.y or nii;Lt a
rixiKiiuiMe prion, 'articular attention pai-1 to
'rfuriliiisr am) urMmiiii'.; transient ftock.
Main him! Washington strectt-.
i y r-
-T t- 3 v
" h.j EUi BUS' GUiDU ia
i-iiuijI Llarch nnd oopt.,
oai-h Viar. It is r'l -ncv-
t5 doped:.', of tiscful infor
mation lor ell who pur
cbaso tho hixur:cs or the
ncccsjities of Hlo. Wo
can clotbo you aud Jurnir.h you with
all tho hoc -asa-y unncccasnry
npp'i-ncca to rfdj. v.-nlk dsiuco, s icop,
ct, il.h. J.u .t, .li, n l chiirch.
or stay at hitv.o. . n:l in 'nrioua .sizes,
styles nnd r.'.nr." itlo-. .Tu:t !l;;i;: u cut
wiia H rr.qirvad to :lo a!l ihsso thinpH
COi'if OhTA-t.Y tnd you can ;mu:c n lair
B.ntinntJ'OI the vsJ.ii the UUl'ERS'
Q5JIDE, wliich w:II ho r.ont upon
rtcoipf tif 10 c-ns t i tiv .loatnKC,
MONTGOf.'.ERY V'ViRD a CO.
U 1-1 14 Michirnu Avuuito, CluuaKO.TJL
Tlti f.opulnr ri-mctly never fulls
to cf fcctuully euro
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick
And oil dlHcascs nrlsiup; from a
Torpid Liverand Bad Digestion.
Tlicnntnml result is t;onil appe
tite usiil sulitl fleNh. Itse Nitinll,
elegantly HtiRar coatctt aiitl easy
to hwallow. Hold every ulierc.
''Information for thaJr'jtrnt, House
hold, Workshop nml Sickroom" wllllo
tent free on tjulication.
whil: as convenient
I3i to we ouyer 01 any
tgji Instalment system, liJ
WSl' rfm lo us. The
svi concrai on 01 inc
t . .-i . .. r b
club members seas us j
38 watcnes m eacn
839 Watch Club. and weeet
the Club fur each watch bcfi
8 watches in each
out, though each member only pays
lure it rocs
ft a wrti:. J nts is wny we ivc yCu
more for vour money than any one tlse
and whv we are duinc the farces!
watch business in the wotlJ. Wc sell
only first quality goods, but our
pneesareaboutwnat umersgcii rscc
is a substantial Silver (net imitatictt cf
tinvxinJ)$lcm- ina American Ltt
Watch either hunting case or open.
Our S J.-I.00 AVnt i ll is a Stem-wind.
OpcnFace, firt (inality, stiffened Gold
jfttir xyr,irs. It is fully equal to any
watch sold fori3 by others. We find
a first-class Stittencd Gold Case much
more satisfactory and service jl!e than
any Solid Gold Case that can be sold at
leu than double the money, as cheap
solid cases arc invariably thin, weak,
ol low quality, and worthless after
short use. OurOUH IVolcIt ccnlair.s
numerous important patcutid im-
nrovcmenti. of vital importance to accur
ate timins ltimt Duffreef, FattxtSiem
U'inJ,6r,c, which we controtcxctusUcly. It
Ufuily enuil for accuracy, r.r pcarance.ilwa.
1 in...' .i .: .. v... u
unity aiiu Mtn;, m jv utiti
Onen Factor Hun tine. OiirS43.CU Itull-
rontl Wntchis especially constructed for
the most exacting use, ard is thcln-t Rail.
1 m-...u t. f i t,-.. ir.
All these prices are cither ail cash or in clubs,
Tiie Keystone Watch Club Go
ditto OSes la Co'i Own BbIISIbo
004 WALKUT ST. PHIUDA. PA.
Aax Watch Insulator, $1.00 .
A (frtfccti!rlcctloa iciloi mijurtUm.
ilmiIljlc. Sent f'Tiull" "ltit
nri a) S
Br H O M
An Adventure) on the Old Mariposa
There were five men of us in
one of theold Mariposa stago
coaches bdfore the days of the
railroad nml it was iivo o'clock
in the aftnoon of an August
day. "W6"'oreon our way to
Stockton, and of the passengers
one was alieutenant in the reg
ular arm vT aq5tliera. toujktfl
i TllilTt illlll I 111 III 1111' IWIl Ul !
prosjiectors and minors. Xone
of us had met each other previ
ous to t lie start. Those were
perilous times, and the iirst half
hour was spent in sizing each
other up. I don't know to what
onclusion the others came, but
1 looked over the four men and
Miid to myself:
"The lieutenant ought to fight
in ease we were attacked, but lie
.-eems too nervous to be gamy.
The tourist was ill and lias no
sand, but the ranchman and
prospector could be depended
At that time the coach which
was not stopped twice out of
live trips was considered r very
lucky, hi seme instances the
robbers were driven oil but in
most cases the passengers sub
milted to being "held up," and
were "lad to get oiF with noth-
i l i . i
in"- worse, i nau wiin me over
thousand dollars in bank .
bills and gold, and I determined
,,..t t tv.h- xvith ilmf mnnov
not to part with that money
without a iilit. The ranchman
had four thousand dollars, and
the miner about three thousand
dollars, :ts was afterward lcarn
id and both had 'determined to
light. We had just forded the
.Merced river, and had come to
a lonely stretch of road, when
the ranchman pulled his revol
ver and examined the caps. It
had not yet returned to the hol
ster when we herd a shout, the
report of a pistol, nnd the stage
came to a full stop. I reached
for my pistol, as did the miner,
knowing that robbers were at
hand, but before mire was out
the lieutenant flunj; his arms
around me and cried:
"For Clod's sake, make no
inovp. nr wn s in nil )i mil t- 1
dered! Let them take all we
At the same time the tourist
ling himseir upon the miner,
anil neither of us had a weapon
out when a robber showed him
self at either tlcorl He would
have also killed the other, lint!
his revolver failed on the second
shot, and the robber pushed his
revolver in and fired with the
muzzle pressed against the poor
fellow's heart. A third robber
then came up, and we were cov
ered from either door ami called
upon to surrender. The jig was
up, and we climbed out, deliver
ing our pistols butt foremost as
ue left the staee. There were
four of us and only two robbers.
but when a man has the drop i
on you ami means business its
110 use to kick. "We were plac
ed in a row, and while one of
the fellows kept us covered the
went ihroujih each man in turn.
The lieutenant shelled out a
watch and SO, the tourist a
watch and 400, and they got
from the other two of us the
sums J have previously named.
1 had my uanlt mils 111 my noot-
lc"s. but as were Joreed to stnp
: to our shirts, they found every
I last dollar. Vt l"le we were
. r . . . . I l.fk Itrwlt T llif, i.iiilt
j UIL'SMII I III; lUl lilt Illlll II-
j man was inillcd from the coach
iaiiii stripped ami romieu.
I l-:ic no doubt that, the rob
bers meant to shoot every one
of us after securing the plunder
in order to avenge the death or
their comrade, but the unusual
ly large booty put them in good
spirits and they underwent a
change of heart. The one who
searched us stepped over the
body a dozen times without
seeming to care whether it was
a log or a man. "When linally
thromdi with us he bent over
the dead body and began rob
bing it, saying to his coin pan
'Bill won't have any more
use for money, and wc .might as
well take his dollars along.
Poor Bill! We shan't never
i pto)" poker together again."
hen they were ready to go
they cut the harness so that the
stage would be detained a eon
file of hours, broke up or carri
ed olF every lire arm and drank
to cur health from a flask the
tourist, had with him. They
made oil for the foothills to the
cast and neither of them once
looked back. I was mad and
no mistake, and the miner gave
lUnmogftq uis feelings m cur
ses which almost cracked the
stones around us. AVo had
been robbed of every dollar, and
with the money, our every pros
pect. The tourist could get
more at Stockton, and the lieu
tenant was out only a few dol
lars anyway. I was not yet
dressed when he began to put
on airs over us, claiming if we
had not been so hasty he would
have managed the alFair to the
defeat of the robbers. This ad
ded to my anger, and I sailed in
and pounded him until he yell
ed for mercy.
It was just sunset when the
stage was ready to go on, but
there were two of us who did
not propose to go that way.
We were unarmed, but deter
mined, and while the stage lum
bered on down the road we
found a club apiece and set out
on the the trail of the robbers.
Luckily for us the miner had
,nnK ' l,,e country alio
i i .i . i
f.cen r of t,,e Winter's
I''6- U e therefore had no diffi-
culty in following the trail un
til darkness came on. The fel
lows made directiy for ihe foot
hill, and we had no doubt that
they had some sort of a' cave or
strong hold out there. They
took matters so coolly that they
could not have been a great
ways ahead of us when darkness
I was then for resting until
daylight, but the miner uiged
that we should push on. From
the topography of the country
he felt certain that a ravine or
rift would be found not far away.
We were then between the foot
hills and the true mountain, in
a narrow valley, and a full moon
had come up. "Without this
"ii" " iru.uu nut mm; lutuivi
our way, as the ground was
in 1 it-1 1 nruh.cn aim uuuiucio
thickly scattered about.
We went ahead very cautious
ly up this valley for about a
mile, and of a sudden :i rift
opened to the left and the glare
1. 1 1 r 1 1.1
of a camp lire greeted our eyes.
It was not over two hundred
feet away, and after a minuite
we made out the forms of the
two men as they seemed to be
preparing supper. "We had
found them but what of it?
They had all the arms and we
were defenseless. We crept
back a few yards to hold a con
sultatiiin, and the miner care
fully studiod the lav of the land.
lie was of the opinion that it
was, a short, dry rift, with
cave at the far end. Three sides
were enclosed by walls of earth
ami rock, ard our only wac to
attack the men from above.
How hijdi we would have to
climb, or what the dsHiculties.
we could not say. We were not
three minutes deciding to make
the attempt, and we prepares
for it by leaving coats, vests ami
boots bi'hin 1. We began tin
aceut from a hundred feel back
from the riTt, ami 1 do not be
lieve two panthers could havi
done 1 otter. The sii'c of tlu
mountain was thic! ly covered
with cedas, vines and rocks,
and progress was made almost
entirely by creeping. Once we
drew ourselves up a cliff fully
twenry -feet high by a grape
vine hanging down, and again
we made use of a tree to seek a
Wo had been going up for
half an hour before we bore oil
to the rijjht in the direction ol
the rift. Wc then had to move
far more cautiously, and I pre
sume it was a full hour from the
time we left the valley before
we lay our stomachs a hundred
feet aiiove the camp lire and
looked over. The men were di
rectly above us, seated close to
were smoking as
they counted the money.
We had but one way to at
tack. Luckily for us it was a
'straight descent. I could have
dropped a coin fair upon the hat
of the man beneath me. AVe
were out upon a rocky shelf, but
there were loose stones of all si
zes about us. 1 selected one
weighing about twenty-live
pounds and the miner got one
equally as large, and we crept
back to the etljje with them.
The fall of the smallest pebble
would ctartlc tho men below,
and we used as much caution as
if our lives would pay the for
feit. After a bit wc we ready.
For about a minute lost my
nerve. It seemed a horrible
thing to do. Had I been alone
I believe I should have relented.
The miner sceme-1 to read my
thoughts, rnd he put his mouth
to my ear and whispeivd:
"Kemcmber how they shot
the ranchman, and remember
that they took our every shill
ing." We poised the stonespn the
edge of the cliff, and at a whis
pered "Now" from him we"
dropped them. I heard them
strike, and drew back. He
peered over, and after a momei.t
recovered his balance and said:
"Now we can go down. Those
chaps will never rob another
It took us longer to go down
than to come up, but we made
the descent in safety, and walk
ed around to and up the rift.
I he lire had nearly died out.
We replenished it and then saw
that both men were dead. It
was a horrible and one that I do
not care to describe. Our rocks
had fallen squarely down upon
their heads, and you caVi imagine
the result. There was a dry,
airy cave out a lew ieet away,
and the cans hael made the
place a rendezvous for a long
time. We recovered every dol
lar our coach had been robbed of
and more than as much again
which had been taken from oth
ers. The cave had a big supply
of lire arms, blankets and provis
ions, and in a mail bag hanging
on the wall were ten gold and
silver watches, five or six valua
ble pins, and lire arms worth at
least $000. We not only secured
the wealth, but we made an even
divide and kept every dollar of
it. An attempt was made in
Stockton to compel us to "divvy"
with several people who h d
been robbed, but it was a l'di'm
As the tourist was out of n-ady
cash we gave him !;'2U0, but we
would not even sell the lieutenant
back his watch at any juice. It
was told all over the si. pe tin
slope that our haul amometl to
$20,000. If it diil we earned ov
cry dollar of it, besides wiping
out a bad gang and leaving iln
stage line clear for the next tix
months. X. Y. Sun.
For Strains and Sprains.
Evidence, Fresh, New, Strong.
lit. pTtiat. Texn.
Suflrel 8 Tenw. Jons 59. 11S8.
Boffrtd ytari with itrntn of back; could not
walk stralfht; sitd two bottles St. Jieobs 011;
tu cord. H& piia In IS njnthi.
M. J. WALLA CZ.
On Crutche. Cuabrld:. Ohio, Joa 31, 'St.
Two vttkiea crauhti from ilrilnrl anklt; citd
St. Jacobs OU; enrtd; no rttcxn of pita ta oao
Ucort Cane. Houiton. Txi, Jant S3, 111!.
Oprilacd rny back, hid to iu can; vat curid
bj St. Jacob! 0U afttr 3 montbi nStrtnf.
it S3. B. BUORCriZU).
(en. Hoocbtoa, Klca.. uar S3, 1ZI3.
About Itardi 3, 1 (trained my mue aad waa ta
bd oa vnk; oicd can tvo wcikt. Thrtt apji'.l
catloaa a dir. from thru bottle of St. Jacob Oil,
cored bo. Ho return ef pala.
JOStFU DANIEL EASTEXDAT.
Terrible Fain. Pliicvlew. 111.. Kay IS. 1SSS.
I ipralaed tay taomb lad Sprint. "1 UrrlbU
rse'.llDf ind pitatniaed. loirapplieaUcmaof St.
Jacob OU enrtd me aad tier hit bee a bo retura
of pala. OIL. S. BX0WH.
At Dbcggists and Dialers.
THE CHARLK3 A. V0CELER CO., Barllaioro. Ml.
NOTIK VOR PUUI KJATIOX.
Inil Oflice at I.i Grande. Or
Nutirr U licroliy ziwn Uint tli- fiillonlt ;
linllltil auttlcr Im flli-il liotive of hi lutein inn
lo make final ircMi( innupiKirt of ln claim, and
that said proof will lie uinile before the County
Ju-i-'c or in hii uhrence lxstoro llio County
Clerk of Orant Co.. Or., at ',anvon Cily. r., on
MavlS, 10. vi: O. O -loflUrK. Hd. No.
11H.1 lor the XW 1-1 Se It! Tp 11 S It .11 K.
He nainrii the followlup uitiic'-es to prove
lii.il i-ontiiiuoiis roxidencc iimi, and cultivation
of, kild land, viz; ' Sam French, Joseph
Diirijoifr. Frank l'reston, J. 1). Ctriucut. all of
I'ralrlc City, Or.
A'ny person whodenircs to prote"t airiintt the
allowance of Mich proof, or who knows of any
Mi'.xtantlal ruafon, iitnlor the Uvr aad the rejeu
liMi.ms cf the Interior iJcpailnteiit, wliy such
proof should not m allowed, will be irtven an
oiiportuhity at the above nitiitiuiii'il time and
pliice to crOTJ cxamiiie the witnr-e if said
rUiuutit. and to offer evidence in rebuttil of
that Htilimitlrd hvclainnnr-
10 HEKY K1XE11AUT, Iteisier
TRADE P VV'i' MARK t
A Hundred Tons of Money.
It hardly seems possible that
the money paid in one month for
a ten-cent article, could, if pen-
f nies were used in payment, weigh
one hundred tons. Yet one jf
our bright school loys has figur
ed that this is true of diamond
Dyes. To judge from the stock
of oils dealers in tlye stuffs, Dia
mond Dyes own the field of
package dyoa, ami are a complete
success. Of course they have
imitators. "Nothing is a success
until imitated." liut no one
wants to risk a co:rit.rf it wh.ni
the genuine can be o' t ine 1 at
the same price. Time new col
ors have latelv been jid.hd to tne
list of Diamond Dyes: Fast
Stocking Black, Turkey I!ed for
Uotten, a i ui Brown for Ct tte:i.
The manufu. turers. We.l-, liieh
ardson it Co., Burlington, Vt.,
will send eo!ortd sain p. of
these new dyes, with bojk of di
rections, to any address, free of
charge. These additions seem lo
have made tlu line so complete
that any shade can be matched
with Eonie co!or of Diamond
Dyes. The beautiful s.imple
bouk of shaded colors, lately Sent
to all dealers in dyes, wiil de
light the eye of nay lady. "It's
easy to dye with Diamond Dyes,'
is so aCsoIutely t.ue that home
dyeing is no longer a dilhcult and
disagreeable tatk. Almanacs,
with their hints as to proper
times for different work, tell u.i
that now is the time for spring
dyeing. This, together with the
thought of that hundred tons of
money, leads us to ask what
school boy can figure ho.v many
thousands of ladies arc now say
ing that this is the time to use
Diamond Dves. a
When the collector calls around
and the man who owes the bill
says, ' I'll see my wife about it"
it's a standoff. When you
hear a. fellow say, 'Til call
around some day, and tnlk to.y&u
abtut the little "account I owe
you" it's a standoff. When the
dentist tells the patient that the
tooth must be pulled and the pa
tient declares most emphatically
that he will call again next day"
it's a stand off. When a can
didate comes down in the inter
est of a friend with an eye upo i
the future it's a stand off.
When a citizen tells a rejwrter
that the story isn't rip ? ami not
ready for the public It' a stand
off. When a prisoner in court
and a prisoner by, his side talks
about an important witness that
isn't there it's a standoff. When
the fellow at the bar, after emp
tying the glass, pay all expenses
with a wink it's a standoff.
When a con cience seiv.iiit an
nounces to the callers that her
mistress is not at home it's
a stand off. When an angry fel
lows' wild and thi fighting editor
is out it's a stand off". When a
sweet young maid declares with
her eyes brim full of tears that
she can only I e a frien I !t"s a
standoff. When a prisoner to the
court sta'es that hj n-jver touch
ed a drop and he was only sick,
you know "t's a standoff. When
a man who thinks he's wise tell's
luw he'll advertise when business
is somewhat better i:'s a sland-
"Ile was a valuable dog," ob
served the lawyer in hi3 remini
scent cs, ';.nd his owner sued for
live hundred dollars, but never
got it. One link in the testimo
ny as to who killed the animal
was missing." "And was it nev
e found?" asked the listener.
'Ye.3, it was found," replied the
barrister, without one sign of
f cling, "it was found long after
ward in a butcher shop."
Thoughts are the first-born,
the hlo. soms of the soul, the be
ginning of oue strength, whether
for gcod or vil, nnd they nre the
greatest cuicnee for or against a
person that can be. 'Thou un
derstandest my thoughts;
and lead me in the way ever
lasting." Thomas Brooks.
Jones Say, how much did
Packer clear by that last specu
lation of his?" Smith Cleared
out all relatives and most of Iris
friends. And now he has clearj
ed the town.
Uangley (after a three years'
absence from home) Has Miss
Lamont got that fellow Dacy ou
the string yet? Tooler Yes;
she married him. He's on the
aprou string now.