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CAjYYOjY CITY, GHAjYT COUNTY. fjME'GOW, THURSDAY, APRIL IS, 1SS0.
Granl Co. News.
PUBLISHED TIIURSDAY MORNING,
D. I. A SB V BY
Editor and Proprietor.
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
Subscription S3 00
Six Mouths 1 50
Three Months 75
TRANSIENT ADYEIlTISnilKNTS $250 per
square for first, and 1 jer square for each
Rrgn'.&r advertising rates made known on ap
No certificate s;lven until nil charge a ere jiaid
All Reading Notices in Local
'Jolumn will be chargo.1 at the
rate of 20 cents per lino for first,
and 10 cts each subesquent inser
tion. S3f Special rales to regular
WE ARC PREPARED TJ EXECUTE
01' EVERY DESCRIPTION, CHEAPLY
Posters, Dodders, Billheads, Let
terheads, N.tehe:ids, State
PKIXTKU TO ORPyiR.
OFFICIAL DI R ECTOHY :
Co. J ,
N. H. Maxcy.
. Phil Mctschau
..2s. H. Bole v.
J. II. McHaley.
II. II. Davis.
J. II. Neal
....W. P Gray
. . . T. II. Curl
T , f L B. Ison
Jlul-0S James A. Fee
J. Li. Itaud
llev. A. Eads holds divine ser
vice at the Wiucgar school house
at 11 o'clock a. m. on the 1st Sab
bath of each muth, anil at 7
o'clock in the evening at the M. E
chinch in Prairie City. Also at
the Strawberry school house at 11
n. in. on the old Sabbath of each
month and at Prairie City in (he
evening of the sumo day. At John
Day City at 11 a m. on the 2nd
and 4th Sundays, and at Canyon
City at 7 in "the evening of tj.e
DXKl'M and CANYON CITY
KcCUSfi & CRIFFItf , Froprs.
Stao luaves Canyon City every niornlnu except
Sunday, arriving at Itak'cr the next day.
Gud looms, good conveyances and fast time.
Every attention given to fuc comfort of pas
Mi car Grinding
is Tin: place to no when
you wi?h a iii:st-class
Bail, Mi, or Hair-cat.
A Western Wholrtale bouse lias recently adii-u
toit regular builne? apeeial departmentwliich
will reiiuire sen ices of capable men in lanous
Liealities. This firm make no miolcadine pr-ni-Jm.s
of exorbiUnt salariej(.but iitJshlmr and re.la
blc appliir.ti who can furnWh atlsfcliit- re
crriicceag to trustworthiness wjll be P.brraJly
paidin proporliontolho ability they demonstrate
Our requirements will not of necessity Interfere
with buMiicfcS In which applicant may iiow bo
euiraped. Address, wlUi reference,
o. k. UARRtsoTOX 4 co., 65 SUta St. ClHcajjo, III.
-CrFine Job Printin
jg ORR, M. D.
Canyon City, Ogn.
Office on Main Street In ltootns formerly oocn
pied ly Dr. Howard.
Q I. HAZELT1NE.
CANYON GUY, OREGON.
g S. DENNING.
Long Creek - - Oregon
Canyon City - - Ore
"Office with M. D. Cliff rd XDZ
Land Ollinrs nn.l Collectbns promptly atten
ded to. DcitN anil Mortices drawn, and
E. A. Knight,
From Tim Dalles, has pcrmtmontly
locate .-,t John Day City.
ALL WOBK WARRANTED.
Q A. SWEEK,
Cany C Oregon.
ARRIS1I A; Cozad.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Canyon City, Oregon.
iji HORN TON WILLIAMS
CANYON CITY . . OREGON
Office the court nouso.
Canyon City, Ores:
All business entrusted to bis care wil receive
prompt atteininn. and all money will be paid
as fast as c jlletU-il.
Prmrie City '- - - Oregon.
Also Agent for the sale of School
Proprietor )i' t'ti
JohnDay l2ilk Rancf
Fresh milk delivered daily to
my customers in John Day and
Canyon cities. Give mo your or
ders. J. Oliver.
W. A. Wilsmiirr. Nat. Hi i.son.
LaVcview, Or. I'urn, Or.
WILSHIBE & HUDtSQH
Attorneys at Law
LAKEVIKW AND l'.t'RNS, ORi. .ON.
Will prsrtic.- in tlie Circuit Court ut Cmijf"
Citv. and before the f. S. Uhl OMcc at Uke
Any buxines the IjmhI O'Jirc eiitrn-ttxl to tu
will receive the most pnimpl attention.
1ST Land cmea holicite!.
F. O 1I0IISLEY,M. D.
G RAD l" ATE OF Til E UNIVERSITY OK
P :nnsylvania, April 8, 1813.
Canvon City, Oregon.
O iice in hisDrugStorc, Main Street
rders for Drugs promptly tilled .
No professional patrot::ige solictcd
in jss dirccttonsare strictly followed
Livery ai Feefl Site.
LEE IVStLLER, Propr.
Canyon City, Grant Co. Oregon.
peter kuhl's old stand
Having bought these popular
StablesI respectfully solicit a share
of the public patronage.
First-class Single ami Double
Teams to let.
FINE RfOGIES & ROAD CARTS.
Special attention given
care of Iran-dent stock.
DEPUTY STOCK INSPECTORS
OTICE is hereby given that I
have appointed the followiug-
amcd per.-ons as my Deputies, viz:
John C. Luce John Day
Warren Carsner Wagner
Jas. Wallace Long Creek
; T. II. Cl'RL,
Stock Inspector for Grant County.
Posloffice Mt. Vernon, Or.
a-sct'wir I j rj
AXYOX CITY - - Oregon
Hugh Smith, -prop'r.
A Full St.K of the
1'urort of Wined ami
The Rest clfum in the ilarkct.
. - - -
trictly orderly bourc conducted
CITY LIMY STABLE!
i '() I R A L, and FEED ST A LLE
(Wood it Church's old Stand)
("(Vh! burey tod- ts and nice Saddiu Hordes
fiirnihlH.il at all hours -f the d.iy or niclit a
reainable price-. I'.irUcularattentiou pjiid to
Hnsrdiu': and rfomin tran?ient stock.
Vain and Wahhinttiu streets.
The BUYi:i"S- GTJID1" ,
ifiMiel II--ch a:nl ot-pt.,
uu.!i yci-r. It is Diicy
clopcdia of uso'r.l infor
tnation for .il! who pnr
chiujo t:o iuxurioK ur 'he
:icccs.ittic:i of iilc. We
can clothe yoi: nru furnish ycu with
all tho nuc- s 1 y end unnccai.rary
apj liav.fos t.-. ri..' :. 'vp.!!:. Ju:.cc, ; lnop,
cat. Cah, l.u: i, vorl:, :o to cljurch.
or :.tay at li-ric arl :.i vcrioin :.:cs
r.tylis Mid ".iiajv '.;$ . .Te.sr f! -u.'o out
wl-.if !; rofiuired to 1o all thoso thii'ss
C0"'"r0"TAr!Ly aa'l -u c'- irtt e iz fair
oitt'mai-? -A to v;.luo .j: tho UUVJSKS
OUIIS, !,"-,ii w 11 by a.n' ti;on
rocoit f lo c- o'-i i v jsnr.ti.RP,
rv-iOTCrV.-iIVVv'AD & CO.
H-H'i tohrun Avi um, nh. -.jio,!!!.
T3lf popular remedy never faiifi
to effectually euro
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick
And all dlvcasea arising from n
Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion.
The natural result In m! up?
tlteur.il holid lleili. Hose small,
c-leanlly supar euateI ami easy
to swallow. Hold every w here.
"niforwnllmi fur tint I'nrm, Ilonsr
Jioli!, Wfirh.slmp nttl .Sirl:rom" Kill bo
a en i free o n oj pl : t io:i.
Ijjfdli while af convenient
'sttA'. to the buver a anv
Inaulmcnt system, 11
iviltm to us. The fi
IBUJl co-operauon ri 111c
club members sells us
i5?Vlf wnirbp In each
'U4 tinurrii i lull nnti tvereteasu irom
the Club for each watch before it goes
GUt. though cacli mcmoer oniy
fl Si a wee. This is why wc give ou
more for y -ur money than any tne else
and why we are doioj: the largesi
waicu uusinc3 in i.iv
only first quality E"ods. oul
prices are about what others Rtt L r sec
bndcpiality Otir&IO Mllvcrv nun
any kind Stem-Wind American Lect
Watch either huntinc case or open.
tlncnFace. first nuality. s tiffined (iuld
AtnericanLever Watch, riirini
vearsovt.irt. 11 is iui.v ciuai ioan t . y.
watch sold for SjS by others, we una Jrwa
a first-class Stittcncd GUd Case much jlEW
more satiifactory and scmcenUe than jlSl
less than double the money, as iheap jp
solid cases are invariably thin, weak L,"?
ol low quality, and worthless after ijjt.
snort uic. uurs.13 i nicn ti i.i.i.i:' unsqL
nrmi.mrntq nf vital imnert.mre to accur.ltT?-'
numerous impuriuui u.ucnuu iiu-t;.'
ate timing J ttir.t Dustpresf, Paitrt Sitvtt
II 'tn.f, &c, which wee ntrclexihaively It-jgji
bility and service, to any ;s Wati h. eit'.-.cr 'S?.
rtr..n VarnrTTunlinc- fl.r.C.l rt.flll I7n 1 1-:IC"W
road Watch is especially cor.structeil for iltTTf'
the most exacting use, and ts thel-.rt U..il-!sJ?S-.
road Watch made, Open h.ce ir Hunting K!g
All these prices are cither all i-sh or in clubs,
Sl.tJO a avcck. j.i a)t vr.-.HS
InmUlvr gictnfrt. vltk rati Htrk
TfiB Keystone Watch CSubCo
004 WAlfiUT ST. PHIIAOA. PA.
Ajsx Watch Insulator, $1.00
A p.-rrctprutretlon actliKt rjcttlm.
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I had just cfcipleted a tour
of the great gawens which sur
rcunded the samtarian of the
celebrated insaiity specialist Dr
Noirot, and tM(famoiis physi-
iciiiuiuu uie jnsiory
of the case of J&certaiii inmate
whom ho had' Jjgst'inet in one of
the walks aibqijgitlio trees.
"You riotijjoY haughtily
that one slilulafedl.lU &r! I the
physician; "he imagines him
self a great personage. He
thinks he is the son of heaven
the emperor of China! You
could make a quarter volumn
out of the dispatches, confiden
tial letters and diplomatic in
structions he gives to the head
warden every day to be forward
en to Marquis Tseng, his em
basador." At this moment a pistol shot
rang out seemingly only a few
steps in front of us.
"What is that'' I cried,
host's arm, "has
one of your patients made away ,
with himself?" j "Joaquin Ventura, when he
Dr. Koirot smiled. "No," j came to Paris, was accompanied
was the reply, "reassure vour-; by a young woman named Jo
self. It is another very curious i ft fa. She was a superb creat-
case which I am going to show :
nd, turning of! to the left,
he led me in the direction of a
small pavilion, half hidden be-
hind a cluster of trees. 1'n -
locking a door, he led me
through a narrow hall, at the
end of which I found myself in
a long court surrounded on all
sides by high walls. At cue
end I saw a tall man, dressed in
a manner which in some puttie-
ulars resembled the costume of
the Mexicans, standing with his
back to the wall. Just as we
entered he was in the act of
raising his right hand, in which
beheld nphitoJ. mv undisturb
ed Ly our coming with a linn
grasp he took aim. I followed
the direction in which the pistol
was pointed. At twenty paces
in front of him. at the foot of
opposite wall, was a white head, ;
wmi a oiaCK nolo in me center
of the foreheatl. As well as I
could j idge at that distance, it
was a plaster cast of some class
ic Grecian typo that of Diana,
the huntress 1 thought.
v He fired. The head not stir;
he had evidently shot yards
wide of the mark.
"Look!" whispered the doc
tor. "Is it not strange? Jle
never misses a shot."
"What do you mean?"
"I mean that every one of the
balls strike in exactly the same
place in that hole in the fore
head, which ih not as large as a
The man had taken another
pihtol from his belt. Again he
tired, and, as before, the target
remained unmoved. The pistol
being loaded with several bul
lets in the American fashion,
the niarkman fired successively
fix o more shots. Kot one of
them strayed from the path ta
ken by its predecessors.
The doctor laid his hand
.1 11 1 1 1 j!
lightly on the man's shoulder,
saying, "Stop a moment."
The marksman turned and with
a movement of the head, gave
consent. J J is bearded face wore
an expression that was energet
ic, but of the deepest melanehol-
Then the doctor led me to
the other end of the court and
showed me, behind the mask,
the iron plate which protected
the wall. In the middle shore
j a round spot, made bright by
the continued smashing ot the
"Look," said the doctor,
pointing to the exact corres
pondence of this shining spot
with the hole in the mask.
"You see that every ball passes
through there. It would be
impossible to find one anyuhere
"Marvelous!" I exclaimed;
"what strange story?"
"Come," said the doctor, "I
will tell you within."
"We regained the vestibule of
the pavilion and there Dr. Koi
rot told me this I extraordinary
story, whiie behind us, at regu
lar intervals, we heard the deto-
nations of the madman's revol
ver. "The name of this unfortu
nate man," said my host, "is
Joquin, a Spaniard or Mexican,
I do not know which. A Mex
-i siiouia junpfc. llictuex
j pcM ts with the revolver and rifle
ican I should inn-re. TIicm
i oueruiiy come irom me iNew
I Worltl. Moreover, tihs one
came from America to France.
You nii-rlit have seen him last
year at the Alcazar, where he
gave four or five exhibitions.
All Paris would soon have been
running to see him if an acci
dent had not suddenly inter
rupted the entertainments- Hut
I ought to go back to the be
ginning. There is a story con
nected with all this, which J am
sure that I alone know, havino
been able during the six months
he has been with me thanks to
certain things he has k-t f.tll
during the attack of delirium
which come over him now and
then - to ascertain the details.
So I will tell it to you as I in
terpret ir, sure that I am not
ui e. hardly 20 years old, with
the form cf a statue and the
face of a goddess. One could
admire her every evening at the
Acazar, where she appeared
jclad in the scant costume of a
: page tights of pearly gray
showing off the pure lines of
! her beautiful limbs and delicate
; anknes. boublet of black velvet,
J which imprisoned a bust as well
defined as it was supple, and
gave to view a neck as proudly
'arched and bearing a head of as
noble poise as that of the hun-
"She was not wanting in ad
mirers, to tell the truth, and in
less than a week the fashion had
been established of going to see
the spleldid Josefa assist in the
exhibitions of the celebrated
marksman Joaquin Ventura.
'Slll W'ltS tlMllv !ltl l VM 11 li! tO
r,t in , . cugtmne
which brought out in bold re-
lief her strong, vet delicate beau
ty, as he took hei stand in the
dazzle of the footlights, with
arms crossed and head erect,
while, at fifteen paces Joaquin
Ventura leveled the vainly me
nacing pistol at her, and with
infalible aim pierced a card held
between her fingers, cut olT the
stem of a pipe at an inch from
her lips, or broke a nut-shell
poirod on the top of her head.
"The slightest tremor of the
marksman's hand and the glori
ous creature - ! But the hand
of Joaquin Ventura never trem
bled. What relation did this beau
tiful girl bear to
(i nest ion was ot small
auce. as the couple came Irom
one of those countries where
the ofiieial will patch up at a
eross-roads a marriage which i.
quite lawful within a radius of
thiity leagues. I hit certain it
is that Joaquin Ventura wor
shiped this woman as an itloi.
To convince one's self of this i.
was only necessary to notice the
angry glance that shot from hit
eye as they waited in the green
room foi their turn to go on the
stage. iT a gallant should crowd
a little P o near the beaut. Jeal
ous? Insanely--and yon know
whether these Otluros from
beyond the sea have a patient
"Joaquin ban to puffer tor
tures, for his companion, as co
quettish as she was beautiful,
seemed to amuse herself by ex
citing his jealousy. She would
Hirt with the lirst man who
caught her fancy, knowing how.
with the strange f:-s?i nation f
the daughters of her country, to
fan love and to set it aflame,
and caring little for the pangs
which this compromising be
havior inflicted upon the un
fortunate man. One day the
manager of the Alcazar stopped
her as she came running with a
merry laugh from a circle of ad
mirers. " 'Mile. Josefa,' he whisper
ed in her car, 'you ought to
take care. This man holds
vour life in his finder's end this
"Josefa burst into a laugh,
'lie kill me,' said she, shrug
gling her shoulders; 'he loves
my beauty too much to spoil it.'
"And every evening she stood !
oefore the muzzle of the pistol
with the sr. me calm indifference,
her vilvet eyes fascina,ing her
chafing lover as the eyes of the
subdue the rebellious
"One evening, when the 'their compartment of a man
names of Joaquin Ventura" and without pantaloons Tlid High
Josefa had blazed out from the landsr, who was on his way to
boards of the Alcazar hardly a Nice, neve. Unless to.jk his seat
week, a gentleman of dis'tin- with Caledonian coo! lies., wlur
guished appearance entered the u the la hes sirmed the
.,,! -n,.t ,M..u,rl,t r
the voung woman. Siie uttered
.. i:.i r : i
a iiitiu u. m suijiitsu a:iu iiLiu
out her ham! Jor limi to kiss equally futile were the efforts of
the tips of her fingers. Joajthe statiorimaster, who assured
quin Ventura, who was talking; the ladies that the gentleman
IV IliU 1IJIII1.:V.I I) IIU.ILU 411IU
suddenly turned ;tle. The
stranger w;is a rich Americap,
whose assiduous attentions to
Senorita Josefa hail made some-
what of a sensation in Yew
- ..i. i. t.
ion, ii"ao:i s 5luto,nV
indeed, that the marksman had
contracted for an engagement in '
Paris and hastened his depart-
u re from America. Now, this
man toolc it into his head to .
nnratitt tlmm for if. was nn '
doubted ly for Josefa alone that
he had come to Paris,
only been a matter of
she had gone and of
taking passage on the next
steamer. That night, when
t Ji I II I 1 1 (kill V-Vili lCttilWIJ
1 i .
were alo.re, a terrible scene took
"Hut most tragic was the end
a week later, r.ver since ins ar-
i i 1
rival the American had follow
ed in the footstepe of Josefa.
Joaquin Ventura had tried to
compel the manager to exclude
him from behind the scenes.
But entering the manager's of
lice wito his hat in his hand the
American came out putting
away his pocket-book, and the
question of his exclusion was
"That evening when Josefa
was undressing to don her pa
go's costume. Joaquin Ventura
saw a paper drop from her cor
sage. Ho quickly snatched it
up ami read it; it was a note
from the American, offering to
run away with her thc next day.
"When he came down into
the gicen-room the brows of
i he marksman were fiercely
knitted -anti his lips compressed,
lie took his revolver and aimed
at Iris own image in the glass to
try his had. It was without a
"Five minutes afterward he
was on the stage and the exhi
bition had began. As he turn
ed about, behind him. in tin
scetles he saw Jie American.
"Just then Senorita Josefa
planted hei.elf before him. h ;r
arms crossed, an 1 the nut-shell
placed on her hair. Her beauti
ful lips curved in a loving smile.
Whom did she smile at? At
the man who was behind him
Joatpiin understood it wll from
the direction of her look. Sud-
tieniy ncr eyes lunung 10 woa
tjui:i, she ceased to smile a
shade jassed over her face.
Standing opposite her. Joaquin
Ventura was pointing the pistol
straight at her forehead.
"He find Jo-tf.i fell lifdes,
to th-' fkor.
"When thev loosed the orpst
of Josi fa from 1 is arm , in which
h. clasped her nesper te!y, Jot
quin Ventura w is ins.m ;.
"Was it c i:ne or accident
Heaven kia.ws. The a Hair w-u
a lowed to drop. In Palis h
dead are soon gone. The fi si
exciten c it ove, t ;e tv.o j r nci
pals of this of this bloody drama
wire toon forgotten.
"Since then Joaquin Ventura
has been in the asylum, passing
half cf his time jn aiming at the
piaster ma?k. Once he happen
ed to break it. ai d the rc-ident
dunged him into a delirium that
lasted a week. Fxcept for this,
he is as inoffensive as you see
We once more entered the
court and found the marksman
putting weapon in order.
"Not a shot has missed the
target, has it?" inquired the doc
The man raise I his head, a.m
pointing to tho plastor mask,
said in a hollow voice, "Not one
they are all in ihe center of
the forhead.' Baltimore Ameri
can. A person arrayed in fuil High
land Scottish costume caused
terrible commotion in a railway
carriage at the I'e.-rache station
i near Lyons, France. Two ladies
! e1 a8 they SUV the .uvful ,oU
I cle presented bv the entry into
; luu,1(-'r- 11 s ' vain Unit the
app.inuou in uie traro or
Gaul apoiofiiz' 1 and explained
t!ie situ..tioit in I ad Frot.ch. aiu
the situ..tiou in lad Krot.ch. and
, i -i ii i . t
I 1 tVr 1 1-4
! d the tartan avt-s5caitfs or
P:'p'Tties was perfectly harmless,
"?u lionVUn ,hy :hu,Unv of :l
! ris!c: ,M Sf :1,n" ,m1!1 ,thti
! 5!auouuiasu-r in ni imiiMtsi
! tones. "'The :. tifiuMi comes
1 I' II 1 i
from a countrv where the men
we:ir p.tt.eo..U ami do not wear
trousers." Despite everything
however, which was said in .or-
der to calm their apprehensions,
the over-timid lady travelers had
to be placed in a earriauc at a
safe distance from that in which
the Caledonian "stem and wild"
had taken up his position.
"Well, Jimmy," said Mr. Do
lan, as his hopeful came into the
: shanty, "Oi've got great news to
toll vnn 7
..h:i, . . fathcr, ,
"it's tomctbin- that will
nri(. v. rv i.mh-Ii "
Don't be afther bein' so long
surpiisin me, but tell me what
the news is."
"Ye've got a little brother."
"Is that so':"
"The same it is. Yes can go
into the next room ami make a
call on the new visitor if ve
The loy went out and came
back after a short time had elaps
ed with an expression of mingled
pleasure and disappointment on
'Well, Jimmy," said the pa
tertal Doian, "how do you loike
yer new blot her?"
"Very well; father; but Oi'U
much rather have had a goat."
The life of a juryman is not all
plain matter-of-fact prose. Some
times it happens that quite an
enteri.iinmeiit is arranged espec
ially for his benefit, bitch an in
stance was seen in a Maine vil-.
liage the other day. It was in a
horse case and the ntlro jury
had to go out an 1 sec for them
selves what kin J of a record the
animal Could make o: the track.
4C . "
"hi th.; ease of my unfortunate
client, gt ntlemen." s.id an elo
quent attorney for the defense in
a murder cas "it is for you to
draw the line l.ct.veen murderous
rag'- and emotional i'lsanity."
And the jury rendered a ver
dict that they thought the safest
lace to draw it was between the
tiead and sho'llders.
Old Uoxem Urown, of New
Mexico, is a colli n peddler. lie
trnveles with a big wagon, a
team of mules and about twenty
cheap js?orted cotliins. He says
he knows a hundred men who al
ready have their lotlins in th?ir
Prompt, Permanent Cures.
Onco Cared, Always Cared.
Fort Hidlion. Iowa. Tib. 24. 1SIT.
Safftr! i Merely with rhtsaatuaa la katt: cooI4
hardly dot. Two appticatlaci ef Ct. Jacobs OU
cocpltlT cartd mt. Ho rtturn la 3 rears.
Once Cared, Always Curod.
Casajobule, K. T.. ?. 10, 1SST.
Avoir with txcraeUtlBg pain la ihouUir; tried
pais tueaao Intolerable; wtathoat at 11 o'elseX
aad 4 St. Jacobs OU. Th Sect iu Bagtcal;
ealn ceuecl: nursed to work at 1 o'cImx. Cart
hi rexaalatd peraaaeaU WTTXET T. COOS.
Onco Cared, Always, Cared.
LoviU. U&M., Oct. 1. UiT..
Bad Mrire rhtuiaUxa la ksm; tried niay
remedlu vtthoat relief: tried Ct. Jaceta OU aad
wee premptlr cared. KorttwsatpalalatrTtral
jiar. DAVID LlWiTSCZ.
Th tstlaes7 caaaot b disputed. XX axe beta
Tirifled aal etaeved after a laps of year Be
retara t pata. Ko coapetltUa caa ikav Ux
At Decccists axU DEaLEita.
IHE CHARLES JL V0GELER CO., BiWffKt, HI.