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Gran I Co. '.Yen.
Ail Of Ho.o Town Hull in nnoth
Se "nd" of tlio Ongoii State
Fair under to-day. "
We publish n Ciuuuuuirntiou in
another column relative to our Kid
. f Kx-eounty clerk Jn. Mnsl anil
V v!fo sjMtnt n low days in town dur
ing tin) week.
V. J. Miller, treasurer of liar
nsy oounty, has resigned, nnd T.
II. KolwrU was nptointed in his
Mni das, KoltinMMi while driving
homo the cows onu evening lait
week slipped nnil full, unreining her
ankle quite severely.
. H. Donaldson was in the city
Inst Saturday from his South Fork
ranch and gave tho editor some
money ii nd mid to Mind tin- Xkws
ANOTHER MAIL UOUUERY.
LONG CREEK LOCALS.
Ij.it Saturday iifiortioaii the
Cnnyou-Haketv stage which loft
hero that morning, Clarence John
M)ii driver, was stop(tod hy n mask
ed highwayman when neuring the
summit of Powdor Hivor mountain
in H-ikor county. Tlw robber after
PRAIRIE CITY POINTERS.
Our water system is u fniluio, j PitAiitit: City, Aug. 17, 'SO.
Lot of dogs for sale, prieo SlOO. j Dkau EoiTOit Xxws:
Ooing to N. n new graveyard in I T ' -,,CPf,, golno f
jo.,, we lina the plonsuro of Inking
n , -.i ,, . 1 you 1'V the i)nv, tht'rcforo l'niirio
Our IWh citizm, Hurko wn Rfwfivn
nf fonf to l'nuni eitv on visit, ; ., .i." i.
iwnundiug Mr. .Inhnmn with t mxM"? y Ut Iftl. O. Wwlll i WCR, 0t j hu.MiMWs'nur li(l
shooter to drivn tho stR over the (V,InR to 'mv ' ,- j not wnnt n iMWtollicp either, nl-
hill, ulKHit one hundnil yimls from ; nation with tho full inctv though 1 tlunk of running for
tho nwd, doimuidifl th innil wcks, j Johnny ChrMumn in umd Imwiiw ' county cotniiuiwioner if F enn le
which wt'ro thitiwn out to him, ; tho fall pursm art' not hung to "Jour jveml on yoursupiKirt.
whon ho out thrm ommi, "went ' dun" onn takt nil of thnni. j Kiros iu tho inountnins now.
winmgu uie mwiwi limn, nmi Tlio (lotf rtlK-on tli .Midillo Fork J 'I'ho I.OL'fin vnllin- hitritivt
wont hy default, judgment for(.Hg(ntpy is ovor harvesting.
S100.O0 for killing Onllery's dog. JoW-ttlul Ihani Lnnmneo are
Ihev sny tlmt W dnll 1ih cold pjprtlfliig Hip foundution or their
hit mIohii to Scroscins mill Koonev nl,
. limrMiil thy eon g.-t the ieum. , ,, . ., . , t , . . -
The new of th myteiiou fata thfriinl stirk In the Ourkheiiner
ot Milt nnd Arthur llnmilton luts orc.
. . t ; i i . . 1 1 I
In Iheo inonlcrn times los of
norvo is n very coiiunon eondi
tion. Wo more frequently per
Imps find it ninony jirofessinnnl,
sciontilir nnd lilrrnry men nnd
than told tho driver to got down,
gt hi Iivul nnd drivu on.
This loiut highwnyumn only Imd
n rovolvor, nnd wnfc i,ertel
hind it treo when tho tngo enme
nlou-f. The plneo Milected wufii(r
the top of steep piteli in the road,
nnd the drivwr wn iu the net of i
putting on the limit to rmt his ! c " " enwimi in tin. i. AljinsftW owo aml Scott
tuoii. when tho rohW jumpl from '"''X" "'"' Vuntf weiv the hoss hucenroon nt
his hiding nlnco and demHinlwl nn j t w id the alitor ot Uie Iviglo -tllc cattiL, ,er,.
unconditiomd surrendtir of nil the . ' "I" msurrtl miwo he
(ritntire then inivht Ih in
umil sneks. There n.mil to 1 1 tPla" !)-
Wasiiixoton, Aug lf, 'SD.
Kt). Oiia.vt Co. Xkw.:
During the President's nbsenco
l Unr llnrltor the wn.(tionnl
ists have full sway nnd nli tlio
oHiros Unit nro vacant nre eenor-
allv diKwed of to the entire sat-! men notivclv engnged in com
isfiction of the gossipers. Tlio j merco nnd Iinancinlfspcculntion
Intent of Iho rumors is to tho of. the husy hrain-workers. womoit
feci that Sccretnrv Xohlo will ho well n men, who live not hy
given the vnennev on tlio Su- their muscles hut hy their brnin.
preme Court bench and thnt as-! Students nnd scholars, growing
aistnnl Postmaster-general Clark- Ui.vr and girls, nre snhject to loss l
son, will be elevated to the Seero- of nerve, power and enfeebled vi- j
tnrysiiip of the Interior. Score-1 tality, frwjuently the fororumier !
tnry Nohlo is quoted as denving ! of constitutional dieases. j
the rumor. In view of the deni- ; Kunctionnl disturbnnct' of the
nl, and of surrounding eirciim- I nervous system nre found among )
stances it i probable that tho j the underworked nnd indolent as !
original plan will be adhered to I wel as the overworked, n they
and Attorney fn-neral .Miller up- j often live in a constant run ml of
In Indiana people nro dividwl
as to the respective merit of
I justice ixmI and attorney
entertainments and dissipation in
I i i ..e .....I i
I less, nervotiK excitement, which
give neither tho brum nor tho
, j went ti Hamilton to guruUhco
to Win. Donaldson in old Scotland. quite n lm-ge of money going I ,1. J. I'nttoraou who built the ' horses on a Wootls harvester.
The Harnev Jockev Club will i "T "'S-t; . "mil Umt tup, , HirK. .!..., now ..ulshmg u,u. r-, M m hn8 th,ir
, , . .. . nun oi course u nn weui
nave six nitys nicinsr over ineii
pockets of this despised
it into the iftoviiig.tlu. same u,.d when liniKhed . , , .
tnuim- , be one of the Uut ,n Astern -V. r (, u
"W r . ! . i or. SherilVOinv had onwards of ! Oirgoii.
limn .in tiiiif ii i inn t imnoii tit i i
tl 10.00 taken, tho (nut he had They say tlmt Tlinmns 1 lender
sent by registered mail in fie 1 o,i 'rtr j"opular milk man i going
Mondav. Sept, Hi. One thousand i
dollars in purse will ln competiHl
rops will average vorv
consideriiig the ilrv senson.
Handrs in upper vnllcv sold
:.. in. i ii,. i .i n .i it -ii , ivneiy it in i niui'Miian ociueen
It u the punHHc of the Nkwh to ; wmng time. , this winU-. tjuerv. will it i.u'X " i i - "
improve once in while nnd give ita ' One ssonser, Miss Mmit?oiff- m,u his vemcitvt j OW .i-yenr-OKI steers, -f li anil
patrons little more for their mo.,, exy fnm, John Day wn, alrtl. Imt Umt ' , 0. W(W(lu I J", ,IM,t,,f !f
ey. Next week look out for the , she was not disturlied. mlr ..,,,1,,,. MU,w keeiwr is now !j. , ,, i . t ,11 ,UU1U I 1 01
usual step onward in the grand We have not lenriusl whether or i i ,.:,.! ,,ili ).. dlnlm m hiook rnttlo lo 8ll.
march of progress. loot the oltieer of Haker county fV 1 Mil,,Si ' 'Hie noble n-d mvngo with his
, ,,. , i , f i lmo madii mi ell'mt to niinrehitnil i , send 11 -'''"'oiiiM j jjjjjt jj j illahe
l aker City ban had a uple of " - 1 Ihii vim is , , , . , fe f ,
deaths trom typho.d fever. I he , f w , , ' ' t. W-om are few fa ,. an(1 ,
low stnge of water ... springs nnd , ' k A ,1M(I nf f , f tho fuclw, , (j nn (hnt
wens nu over I'.isiern wregon nut ; . - ,. , , , " dlstr.ut on tlio .lohu Wav tlinsitei.
holding up the
the last three years, nt al-out this
time, one or more idhsI'imI men
have mblind the stage on this line,
and hae always eseapeil detin-tion
or imnUhmeut. One .iriiioiistl
tlie hill and sent him buck.
i lira nave it.
I JOHN DAY DASHES.
was ranchers cattle and forbear-
...... i.. i... ........
. ( vtirv'f tu I 'I I 11 Mil' 1'IVII llll-
.... ......... Ii.... .j!... ..Ill .....nt
it I mill Blfllll' lllll nilllillil llirni, , , ,
..i i M , . od t" oome to town but our consta-
w.th such a sudden cheek as to . . ,, .. , , ,.
.. t... i. . t .,..ii,. ,. ..ii ,..i. I 1,111 C. Iv Diut.n stopped htm on
i . i i I. ; urn in i nun mmii nun kick. ,i i ( ,,r i,,. Sinn
have a desire to "make a raise .. , . .. . ... " ' 1 i in e ruiiu.
C. S. mail. For ' 1 ,M,,,W" miv """ "w " The cow path from Warm
j Springs to Prairie City is almost
j impassable from rocks the ap
proach to Oliver's bridge needs
for repairs; need a sign nt Oliver's
year are invitiutr an epidemic of
this disease, so In) careful.
Senator Hamilton passed through
town Monday on his way to Iturns
with his two'rnco nags, "Miss Dud
ley" and "Nappa," which ho in
tends training for tho races which
are to coiiimeuce on the second of
t.v..i m:ii ir...... .1... r i iin,n nf tluitr tniiiir tri(i ii Khmuki
I t i?ti .iiiiiiu uiiurn tut lilt uiii iti " rN
two thousand dollars, his partly de- "o considerate re war I isoiieretl tort Ifonfy Ulaekwell nnd Hob
veloped ipiartz mine near this city, j tbeir appiehension and eimvicUon. jVttfiiiiiro of Long Creek were in
iu order U create a minim' iut-if.t ' 1 wo nu.uiren collars on.y i oiienni (,,. Sundnv
in this section. He hns other 1 by the government. Il it was tive
claims, ami knows that to let one , "'at amount the ollieers
fall into the hands of capitalists could iillnnl to tmil 4the fugitives
who will work it is just the thing and. bring them to a speedy justice,
to make the others more aluable. I 4. . -
. ,. , . i We have not U't'ii made awaie of
lirace, or i.unis is ittiriuny an
gry iu fact he is just Hiving mad
ln'causii the Nhws Miuyested that
John MimwnriiiL' has ent .147 ! era! Miller, ns to which is the , Float t adequate repose.
i acres of grass. Ho is still nli ve I greatest Indiana lawyer. I'm One of the earliest symptoms
' and pulling the ribbons over four I fortunately the fame of neither to attract the notice of the jmi-
gentlemen traveler iioyontl the neni is wenriuess, which ib iu
borders of the Hosier Stnto prior ' ways present, a sense of tiredness
to this year, but the President is j never whollv relieved by roxso,
acnuniiited with Indiana lawyers ! be finds it difficult to fix his at
and with commendable modesty, lentionon nny subject, ho is soon
regnnls his own law pnrtner as j tired, his cawcity for mental
the lHst. except per chance, the 1 work is diminished, the memory
President of the I'nited States. fails. Wakefulness at night nnd
Mr. Noble's nppointnient nt ' drowsiness during the day are
this time would bo jwculinrly mi- vory constant symptoms. His
fortunate. His K)licy has" been j sleep is restless, niul the morning
an active one and 'full of the I finds him entirely unrefroMheil.
promise of sensible reforms. Ho Digestion is ihijierfectly accom
is a hard working nnd a fearless i plished, the nppctite is unnatur
man. In so quickly putting his ; al and impaired, tho heart's no
toot down on the frauds winked ) tion is feeble ami iriegular. The
nt in the Potukm Bureau, which I physical symptoms uto chnrac
nro now under investigation, he 1 teristic of extreme debility, loss
showed more resolution than sec-, of weight, thin blood, loss of col
rctaries arc wont to exhibit in or.
such cases. To promote him to We see how, in this niam er,
the supreme bench at the present loss of nerve power culminates in
the oreaKing down oi me general
health; for, although the nervous
system is first allccted, the result
is productive of a greater or less
disturbaiieo of all the bodily
great supply of meat last fall
Hill Whit stnrted Mondav
Haker City for another load of i lane; need a grade on the hill be
freight. tweon (iillenwiiters and Mrs.
Woods; need work on the bridge
at Armstrong's before some horse
brenks his leg.
Hi Hie Maskoll and John lly-
n.ur hnvu returned Irnni Long
i any new
i outside of
canes of diptheiia yet
.Mr. Luce's household.
the citizens of Harnev county
iy Amelia .MeUelmn I mm In
cony, and Josiah and Jesiiie Pnr
hijti from Po. tin. id returned homo
vent him from publishing too many 1
misrepresentations alKi.it their val-
ley. As the Nkws stated, in o.ili- j
nary season the Itoointng ot the Tu) (.xt0nsive mnuntain llros
county on account of its numerous lllV(l nm(st mim ,u, outside
tine streanis of water is all right, ranK() j,, FOme 0f t10 )(,Ht stock
but the editoi of the Henild should scotioilfl of the'stato.
be frank and tell the truth this i
year when he well knows that theJ ylK L' , lno"L'.v J0" "
stivums are all dried in. ami theV""1 ' 11 hv. ,vo w,fh
n, rcineinnertng uiai no wno
lives for himself alone provides
for the meanest man in creation.
Our justice of the twice having
gone who wants to take charge of ;
the Tiger Town Police court
En. (iiiAN-r Co. Xkws:
The moving of scabby sheep is
the general topic of conversation
amongst the sheep kings in this
sage huns of the plains have to lly
up iu willow trees and try to catsh
the dew of heaven as it falls, they
are that famished for water. De
vine has no water on his swamp
land and tho Dam .V Ditch Co.
seems unable to get a drop out of
Silvitis river. Tell you. oastern
readers, llro. (Srace, tlmt Harney
valley is experiencing an exception
ally dry summer and water ii
scarce, then when thoy immigrate
to your county they will know
what to expect, and not go Uiuk
cursing the' country for the way it
was misrepresented to them.
A right sinsrt case was on dock
et last week wherein the State of
Oregon was plaintill'iuid two young
iiiuii whose names we did not learn
went defendants. It appear tlmt
the two mtm were just from the
enit nnd were traveling through
.with a pack horae, Harney valley
Isiing their destination. They
traded hontu with Freddie. Fisk le
fore reaching this city, and Fred
die's father John Fisk, when he as
curtained the fait, was not satis
tied with the trade which the lmy
bud made. He therefore ca.mT to
town a few days nfterwnrd and tri
ed to get a warrant for their nrroU
upon a ohargii of kte.iliug or fradu
laiitly obtaining a 1. rse. Justine
of the peace Kulisou refused to is
sue such a warrant unlets Fisk
would guarantee the coU to the
county which would necessarily ac
crue. This he could nut do, ami
laid the case before justice Cntuii
uuh of John Day, who issued a war
rant for the ui rest of the men nnd
(heir delivery into his bauds. John
i'ihk was appointed special deputy
slliirjll', and followed and arrested
tint men at Harney City. In due
touie of time they nrrhisl at John
Day mid Mere called to the temple
of Justice for preliminary trial,
Judge DiiKtiu appearing on Isihulf
of the state and M. D. Clill'ord for
the defense. Justice Cattauacli
was entertained for a couple of days
by the lawyers and witnesses and
no evidence appearing against the
prisoners it show that they inten
tionally defrauded any one they
were honorably discharged, and ow
ing to the fact that no bonds for
the costs were rmpiiied of the
prosecuting witno.s the county
niut foot the bill, amounting to
about eighty dollars. Moral relloo
tioij; When you give your boy
lilwrty to tni lo horses don't kick if
lie gcta the worst of the birguin.
However, at the clow of the trial
the travelers took their horse whiuh
. Mr,John Cnttnnnch, Ed Cobb section, who observe no law tlii ui
funlMios. Davis started Monday ' selvrs; but let a commoner move
inriiing for Soknno Fulls to , his sheep according to law and
help rebuild that burned city. j the roar of 'heavens artillery" is
John Day is a queer country, "ot a patching to the noise 'they
a young follow and a young gi'rl 11 irt "musing to listen to
can't spark a little without some ! bowlers whose sheep by the
i way are ponociiy oiean nun wno
I accommodate for the asking the
! gratuitous use of their dipping
tank to scnoby hands, and make
gol darn son-of-a-gun has to get
mad about it.
The sickness at John Luces
ranch is well under control and
the sick ones are up an 1 getting
such a kick ahqut sheep being
dipped three or four miles dis-
llorbort and Fred llolpe and W.
A. Hill, charged with wrecking a
train on the S. P. near Leonnou J
whereby the engineer ami fireman j
were killed, have Imhiii held on a I
charge of murder without Uiil.
The Walla Walla Journal has
boon sued for libel for tlO.OtX) by
a woman calling herself Clara
Point. The Journal man called
her a bilk, nnd this difference of
opinion causes the lawsuit.
Joo Hinklo is authority for the
is a grand success, but as a mar
ried man he is a dead failure.
The tiger broke loosp for a
short time .Sunday. The stone
collar of the old me.tt market
would make a good jail to put all
the drunken rowdies in that talk
disrespectful in our streets.
The police oourt was in session
two days last weok and the
property iu question was not
worth enough to nay the costs.
statement that there has not but the county had them to pay
been one-fourth as much hay cut I and that made a big diller
in Crook county this year us once you know,
there was last', but then Josiah : Mr. and Mrs. John Sollinger,
looks through tho wrong end of ! Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sherfield, Mr.
the telescope. Ochoco Hoview. ' ami Mrs. Sain Collins and W. II.
Vr'e understand that H. A. Me-,""a fn'ily came in Sat
Coy is nUmt to open a general nm- ib7 ' f" Uobim-onv.llo
sic establishment in either John j ) . ' ." bom having a
Day or Canyon City, l.ero he will ' J'W ',,,"",,.' ,,H, !,'"
.1.-1 :.. i;.. i. ..,... picking huckleberries. They had
IIINII 111 Lllll I n k I IIUlllH. ItlVIIIIH. . -
Hlimt music itU. PaiiitM wishing
U purcluifto imiwiuitt instruuuMiU
disease spreading anv.further. ta" " m"5 ,hu. fai!t ,1",,t jwaiiioi. it was with the definite
Mr.E A. McCoy 'gave us a I j" wi u, i'M-tations of entering the cabi-
sample of bis skill on the violin I , i i . ' i net nt the first vacancy. It was
a , r i in.... ! !i oiieuly break he aw-and eve.y , ,. , , , Wnn.ian.a-
wib do well to consult Mr. McCoy
before buying eUewhere. fJive
him a call. Au he will hold him
self ready to furnish music, I with
brass and string for all ocean ion.
At Luthrop, Cnl., Wednesday
the I I, at about 7 o'clock iu the
morning, Judge Terry was shot
through the heart by Deputy.
Marshal Xagle. Judge 'lorry
had approached Judge Field of
the supremo court and gently
slapped his face when Marshal
Xagle immediately shot Terry.
David S. Terry was at one time
chief justice of the supreme
court of California, and hns al
ways been a prominent figure in
the jMilitical history of the state.
He was married to Nirah A mien
, a good tunc and come homo as
well sun-burned and as dirty as
I Missouri immigrantM. Johii Sol
linger and Kelley got an interest
1 iu a quart ledge and have gone
back to grow up with the conn
try. John Day got a good scare
Sundnv morning when quite a
blaze of lire was discovered back
of the Xorth Star saloon. Hy
some mentis fire had caught iii
an old bis'r barrel which was
filled with straw and then got
well under way burning on tlio
end of Joe Combs ice house when
discovered and was promptly
put out, everyone responding to
the alarm with buckets and tho
hose from A. Hnchoiioy's hy
drant. The rubbish should be
cleared away from tho back
yards of tho places and give
are conspicuous ought, before
attending to the condition of their
neighbors doorstep, pause nnd
consider if their own is us clean.
A conscientious man will always
look well to home before reform
ing abroad, but some prefer to
! devote their energies where thoy
i are the least required, and I
have heard it said that true re
form begins at home.
The writer would have consid
ered tho source from whence the
howl came and passed it by, on
ly it seems rather a hard and un
just law that a fow of us hero
should have to pay out money
for permits and others pay not a
cent, and then kick at complying
with tho law. To say the least,
it is unbearable, and the sooner
the law is enforced or abolished
the bettor. Dn i'Kii.
time would be to squelch his in
vestigations nnd to leave the sin
oercitv of the administration iu
It is said that the President
has told Corporal Tanner that iu
no cast' will he be disturbed ami
that he may rest assured nf his
tenure. If this be so, it may bo
that Secretary Noble would be
glad to go to the supreme bench
functions, nnd n state of chronic
invalidism is created, a slate
which, in men as well as iu wo
men, is constantly associated
with hysteria, and is the origin of
those manifold nnd multiform
to relievo himself of the hnniilia-! obscure - narvmift diseases that
tion of insubordination in one of bailie purely medical treatment,
his bureau. The incompetency
oi Mr. Tnnnor for important a po
sition as that of Commissioner of
(tensions was urged upon Presi
dent Ilnrrison previous to his ap
jfiintinont by such eminent coun
sellors ns Senator lliscock. If
which after a time subsides into
alternately deadening sensibility
with chloral or morphia ami
rousing it with stimulants. The
treatment consists iu the remov
al of thu exciting cause or causes
and in the employment of all
menus in electricity we have such
President Harrison has passed
his promise to retain the present 1 a remedy. All these dillicnlties
Commissioner, ho will likely bo ! are overcome by Dr. Damn's
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compelled to recall ii wiiniu a , eieeiric ireaiuieni. n is a rena
Tho pleasant llavor, gentle no
tion and soothing effects of Syrup
of Figs, when in need of n laxa
tive nnd if the father or mother
bo costive or bilious the most
grntifying rcnilts follow its use,
so Hint it is the lwst family rem
edy known nnd every family
should hnvo a tattle.
Xotico is hereby given that for
the purpose of making nn oxnnt
iuatlon of nil persons who tuny
oiler themselves as cumiidntcs for
teachers of the schools of this
county, the county school suiter
intendent thereof 'will hold a pub
lic examination nt John Day
City, on Wednesday Aug. if St Ii,
commencing nt noon (m) ns by
law required, and continuing un
til Saturday of thnt week.
Dated this l.r.th dny of August
1SS9. E. ll.YHm
County School Supt.
PHI If FOH SALE.
To thoio wishing to buy fruit
and vegetnblo, I Wi.nld say that
1 will soil apples on the ranch hI
fiO cts per Vox, also a good sssort
mont of vegolableu lor snle at ion
sonnblo prices. All orders will l
promptly nttendod to. Orders
loft will. O. P. Crosap, in Cnnyou
Cit , will lunch nie overy wolt,
ns I will usually bo in town Satur
days' ami Tuusihiys of each week
with fruit lo sell, ltesidenco two
miles below Jo'-n Day Cits, on
The Dalles loud.
011EG0N STATE FAIR!
Twenty-ninth annual exhibition
at Salon, Oiegou,
Ciiiumi'iiciiii; Monthly, Si-iiIoiiiIm r 1(1,
Continuing one w.fl; mulor tho
mnu.igemeiil of the Oiu
goo Slate Hoaic
The appointment of either Sec
retary Noble or Attorney Ceneral
Miller to thu supreme bench
would disKtse of one vexed jirob-
Uem. When assistant poslinas'
bio agent and well worth the
trial. That it is appreciated is
shown by the hundreds of testi
monials published in this pa) or
for the past two yeats, tho half
is not told, ns only those who de
sire it have their names in print.
Mr. MeFnrlniic's card 8ioaks
loude- than nnyting wo can say.
WHAT A l'IIO.MlNi:NT M'MIIKUMAX
OI1 VAM'OI VKH, W. T., THINKS
1 M'.PK. HA II KIN.
Editor Oregoiiinu: Thin Is to
certify that Dr. Dnnin bus so far
cured me of sciatic rljounmlism
ker had accepted a cabinet port
folia for the honor it conferred,
and would be content with a
short rule. Hut Mr. Wannanin
ker proved a letter stayer than
was expected. I lie only possi
ble oitcomc of the diloma, save
of course that some obliging bco-
ivtnry would diu or resign, seems
to be by some ones promotion.
In the oxont of attorney general
Miller's selffolion, Secretary .No
ble would likely be transferred to m I)arflna. IUee of Uu
the department of Justice, where . ,
he would not drop out of sight as I , 1)r8; J ?". f 1,0 , -"
he would on the bench. ft. ttt M,f P,ft.h Ht eor!,ur "f
The supremo court, has, how- ,n'' ' ,,,rllrn";1-, . m' l,ourfl'
1 .. . .. 1 inn ii 111 In it nVlrti'li- ilnllv iit'ioi.
over, many attractions or a 1 1 red : . v " v ..;
eahinet olfieer. Who would not ! ' ? humloys
live in a legal Aiidiilusin, when
ii.i i i.i i .ii.i n. nr
i unit i nm (ion' nun iiiuwiiiK in
I toon miles one dnv this week.
He fore I came to him I could
scarcely wnlk In his olllco. He-
J for lo me at Vancouver, W. T.
P. C. McFaiii.ani:.
HI to 12.
All curable chronic diseases, loss
lliv lit ii It Kill 4 i in ii nielli, ii m' i- ', r l lit i.i. i
there is oi.lv sufficient work to inboo I. bloo. taints svphi-
.i . !.n lis. ir ect. iionoirbiiiii. stricture.
in in in ' ' - ,
Hill, who claimed to be the wife . thnrough wetting two or three
of ex-Senator Sharon, while pros- 1 times n week.
LUCE. Fredric Otto Luce, sou
of J. 0. and A. C. Luce, died
of malignant dipthcria, Aug
ust I I, lSSi), uged 10 years 1(1
months and ! days.
LCCE. James Edward Luce,
son of J. C. ami A. C. Luce
died of malignant dipthoria,
August 1.1, LSSi), aged (I years
.' months and .'I days.
Sleeping with mother until
resurrection mom. "Sutler little
children to como unto mi1, ami
forbid them not, for such is the
Kingdom of I Ion von."
Hv their father,
J. C. 1.ITK.
i-nliiti'ii 4 lut 1 1 ii t IK il flit t
senses are lulled to similiter by I "''Ss, or loss of desire of sextual
tl... deliKhtful consciousness uf i l')vcr in cither .mm or woman,
ones own importance. To con
tinually move in an ttmogphcrc j
of black silK and harmless uiys-
' editing her claim against the
i Sharon estate. le was a man
i of strong passion, violent ami
, overbearing iu his manners; but
' strange as it may seem, on the
A (ionium peasant has boon
detected in tupping a telephone
wiro to euro lus rlieiimatiBin.
j A long distance foot racer of
I Coos county publishes a elm I-
la.oM Mnrnmn nartv In 1 " rll.l anyone ill that COUIl-
r,... !...... I...........! ty ton miles for fitlK) a side.
IIUIU 1-4IIIUIIU lllUIUt
terv at $10,000 p.'r annum fr
life, is not so bad after all. Ask
Mr. Fuller, late a minor light of
thu Chicago bar, how he likes the
situation with the adged salary
of Chief Justice. The members
of the supreme court are the hap
piest family iu the word. They
undoubtedly earn their salaries,
hut as tin Irish laborer said of a
bishop's lot, "it's a nice, clean,
easy nil of a job."
As n specimen of thu rank 11011'
sense that is sent from Washing
ton to leading dailies nothing
letter has appeared for fionio
time than a Xew York World
special dispatch to the effect that
the Washiuton banks had been
teuiKirnrily embarrasses! by the
withdrawal of nltout $7.",000 of
the funds of certain Catholic so
cieties. Apart from the fact that
1 no such withdrawal can no as
catarrh and deafness, arc con 11
dentially nnd successfully t rent
ed. Cures of private diseases
guaranteed, and never published
in the papers. Circulate tout
free. Most onses can receive
homo treatment after a visit lo
thu doctor' office.
Oflorod for ngiiculturul, toolc,
dairy, nnd mechanical exhibits, for
works of nit nnil fancy woik, mid
for tii'ils ot speed.
lliiimil & TrolliDE tees
Impnitnnt iuipioveiiu nts uiudo in
tho premium list.
Heduced rates for fines nnd
Heights on all Irnuspoitn
liitu Unci tn and
firm the Mr
PRICES of ADMISSION
Men's day ticket - 0Oo
Women's day tiuket - itfic
Men's htason tieket - $i fit)
Women's season tieket $1 00
Send to the secret try at b'uletn for a
J. T. APPlSliaOis,
J. T. f UE'!(!, So.-.
A fjSraad Mall
Under the auspices f the T'tiar
Hose Ten in will bo given at the Mt
(iiniio hall, in Canyon City, Or., on
'flu1 best of mitie has beflii eltai
ol and nothing' will lm Wiril t
make the d.iiiuu all enjoynblu nff tir
Com. ok AutiAXOKUHNTs: .lake Si
mon, J. D. Sutherland, T. II. Huglsr
and P. Floischiiiau,
F1.0011 Cou: lid Walton, , Hugh
Smith, (I. D. Itinknrd and Prank
Hki'i:itio.v Com: (J. P. Cray, Qtay
Todhuiiter, Sig Diirkhuiiner and P.
T cltclK iii.d Supp r M'J .f(
He was iiuiirisoned
cisco by the vigilance committee
111 lbou for the attempted killing
of Hopkins, the chief of (tolice,
who was attempting to arrot't
him. Terry has gone to his last
account. His fate is only atioth-
thoy traded ami guvo the boy busk ' er verification of tho fate that
the one he traded to them. ! surely atVaits a mnu of "blood."
1 Onn tlinliMMiul In nil nro ! A Now liaveti mnn has been ciTtniinxl to have actual v occur-
bench he did net ' lack udieial , xiot-tel . this su.nn.er. 'I'ho I lor murder ... i im ml, tt is absurd to H.m.M.se I mt
oiso Terrv was fiuurod n'.issionaries complain. 'of thoir loro. fur ncoi.l.mtly shooting a the withdrawal of $75,000 could
Z ot the mist excitfe c t- lack of success. . boj while celebrating the Fourth sJriously allLct the local ban s
s in the history of tho state. The poorest memory on record , ' "Heavenly r oot feoc.e v" . which are among the strongest in
.us imprisoned' in San Fran- . is that of tho fellow tried for bur-1 been star e 111 C l.in.i by the the world nnd whose business in-
elnrv in Hrooklvn tho other day. woiuon, in re tellion against tho
He testified that ho had never venerated fashion that compress
been arrested before, but whon j crt l'0ir feet,
his memory was jogged hy cor- , Atlanta is preparing to cole
tain evidence admitted that ho 1 brute tho twenty-fifth annivorsa
had n dim rocolloction of boing j ry of her resurrection from the
couvicterof murder oncoand giv- ashes of hor destruction by Slier
en a twontv-vear sentence. man's army.
volvos transactions of the most
CanvonCitv, Aug. 10, '.si), j
Eiinoit Xkws: A kick is du , ;
and as every citiaen of our conn- '
ty is untitled to one or more on ;
account of the condition of the ,
roads in this road district I think
a few words on that subject
might not come ai.iiks. The road
up Canyon Creek lending to
Harney is in an almost impassa
ble condition, and the grades full
of rocks, so that the safety of
travelers is menaced. Al this
1 1 ti iu nf year above all others our
roads should be kept in repair.
Would it not bo well for the
county court to lead our Hon.
Hoad Supervisor to bolievu that
his services nre required nt this
time on thu rond and hot at his
ranch iu Hear vnlley?
81. Francis Academy
BAKER CITY. Or.
Conducted by the Si at am of
IIOAIllll.NO AN ft HAY W IIOOL FOR OtBLH
StndioH will be mutinied September
2nd, Terms nioderilo
For fiirlhor psrtieulnrs
Addross Kisteu Kui'Siitou.
V. S. LAND OFFD E
Ttw I)1Im. Orrvii. July J, Utatt
Nollci Ii Inthf viveti 1I141 hi Ital'irdo Au
11U IMS. w tall, mm In rrdil mulluliolll
... . I f UuMn 111 ttiii.blp U, 11. If.. IS. It ml II
It is stuteil that at the rate the ' so" ( nmm m t:.i. ut uini
i.i . . 1 f 4.. i . wttbla lli4)ily r4i4lill.ini I lltrnri l.nnl 1)1
(Kipuinuou is leaving .Minviiy iur uin. .iiki (h. ,ui .i.i. ...hrii..o4 ir
tin, Inif.il mnli.u iii (In 1 imvl UiiJ In lie li w.uhlp IiuhIi. I nm.lv
-" " . . V . Vam. Or . lb. att. l 1
11110411 years not one win no ion iia iMirun
I in thst liii(l. I
Hi nUJ IU'i4x
V. A UottOKAI.il. llikliK r
T W. SLVi'llCll. IKMtatrvt
Can vox Cit., Oiiboox.
ROBT. WARD. Prop.
II A HX ESS, Wll.PiS, SPUltf?,
And gonerul supplies constnutly
kept nu hand.
HndillflH ordurod at a sit.nl I dis
count. llupnirig done oj s'lort uot-ioo.
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