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THE GRIT COUNT! NEWS.
November SI, 1S89.
TIio product 'of Oregon initio
approximates 50,000,000; nearly
all gold, and the output is now
about 81,000,000 annually.
A California!! nnnicd John
I'YsaltT has a nunrU iiiiito that
has paid him $80,000 in two
years, llo does liia own work,
and his only mill is a hand mor
tar. United status prisoners cannot
ho extradited from Catiadu. Al
though Canada was in favor of
giving ui back our criminals, and
jm.-h-u a bill to tho direct, yet En-hn-
ivfumed to honor the
(iitvt-rt.or White, of Montana,
in lii- .'iiinnal report, places the
whiN rtuiutnition ol that territory
nt 170,000 and tho Indians at
lu,U00. Tim total wealth of
.Montana is given at 150,000,
000. Ti.e iumrchiftt held meuiorial
mtviccs lately in Chicago, Kansas
City, St. Louis and Denver, com
uiumoratiug tho hanging of the
Chicago anarchist, but in each
place tho followers of tho red (lag
failed to create any great amount
of enthusiasm. This dangerous
element is evidently dying out.
San Francisco is improving mor
ally. Tho mayor recently vetoed
an ordinauco licensing prize-fighting
and now a police judge has
lined a Chinese tau-gamo Keeper
S'JoO and player at tho g.uno SL00
c u'h. Heretofore police judges in
the city have only imposed linos
ofSlO'nudS'iO respectfully for
Colonel !jb I ugeioll likens
the condition of the republican
jmrty after the late elections to the
old lady who was bitten by a snake
while out blnckberrying. She has
toned home as rapidly as possible
and hympathizing neighbors gath
ered about, but (he whimpering
lady would not go intd particulars.
All she could bo induced to say
was: "I cannot show, the place
but I do know I'm bitten,"
Those who denounce capitalists
a-s vile ououiios of humanity would
scarcely refuse to assume a like
position if they could. Joiupiiu
Sliller, who, after ho went into
"Wall sticet and lost his little pile.
UH'd to rail at the rich and revile
leading New York capitalists, has
l-.-i i.tiu- it capitalist himself. Some
utr-. iigo. he bought iJQO netiB of
i-utd near San I'Viiuoihco, and now
thuy have become valuable for
Tho constitution of North Da
kota provides that no foroigncr
nlmll vote until two yours after he
has declared his intention of be
coming a citizen, and tho reading
of the' Declaration of Indepon
dciHf with ease shall be a test of
tlit qunlillciition of the voter.
This is as it blionld bo. There is
no rcitbon why the foreigner
should not learn something of the
government of his adopled coun-fi-v
licf.ne taking a hand himself,
hun ino pnrsou born in the Uni
ted States must bo here twenty
one years before ho can vote.
Gen. Ucnjiuuin F. Ilutlor, of
.Boston, has been elected president
of a Colorado gruvol mining com
pany. A man is never to old to
lonrn, but tho general starts in
rather lute in life to study the bus
iness of mining. That lie doom't
understand the business now is ev
ident from the btatoinent which hu
made recently to a reporter: With
out doubt our company has pes
session of a series of tho largest
placer mines in tho country, and
our object it to begin operations
nt onco and to mako thorn pro
duce oio to their best capacity.
The idea of a gravol or a placer
mine producing "ore" is what par
alyses the practical minor.
Ah an illustration of how somo
persons can industriously fritter
away their lives to no purpose,
thero is a man in lliddeford, Mo.,
who'has whittled so industriously
and skillfully for eleven years as
to bring hiuioclf into notice.
Among the products of his jack
knife arc a violin case made of 2,
9!17 pieces of wood of 100 dilfoiv
cut kinds; a yoke of oxen and a
cart, put together in a glass jar
with a small neck, and a gieal
number of really well iniulo ani
mals that would sell readily as
toys. Jiut this Maine genius will
not part with any of his creations
for love or money, and as he does
nothing but whittle ho is getting
together n largo and inteiostiug
Q W. UARHER, jr. D.
IMij Kivlmi A Surgeon.
Canyon Oitv : : Oregon.
Ofllco next door to Co. Treasurer's
odice, Main Street.
Canyon City, Or.
This popular resort has
been reopened to the public,
ami note, as in the past,
keeps nothing but, the best
Wines, L'uptors v Cigars-
. I. KICK AIII, Prnpr.
J. J. MALLOY,
Canyon City, Or.
(Shop wont il! of tlio creek, oppoiito
Made it specialty, and nil work wnr
rantml liifit class.
Wagon and Carriage work
null nil liimls of repairing nud job
work piomptly uttoiidcd to.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
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NOTI013 tbll lUHLICATION.
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NOTIOB I'OK PUJll.U'ATlON.
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fy 1 hhmik i-, lknjlnlli IVrmtl, all nf I'tn'ili- Oltr
a-IO J. II. lll'NTI StilON llnltUr.
NOT1CH KOU I'UllIilCATION.
Unl (nii at llnrni. Or.
Kur in. H).
Nnllc l liritlij ulirrn llml Hi" fnllimlui; tuiri.l
ntttlor luu lilcil iintlco nf hl lnionlh.ii In n.V
lnal itnuf In tU.wl i.f hi, f Ulni. nml that mI.I
frsnf lll Iw mailt Ufor Ilia lunl.ly clrik of llrant
.niilv dr.. at l.'aii)li Clly, Or., sn Hn- ti. O.M,
Clinrlr . Oot. I're II NoHiS for
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iw.Unuoin rtaUtite miiii, atul eullltrnlhin ol. tal.l
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NOTIC13 VOll PUHLIOATION.
taml Office at llurm, Or,
tfov. lit, IUI
.Volln- U lwrli rltrn lSl llic rulluwlnir namwt
tttlirl.aa fllxl inrilra of lila liitcntUti to inakr
fii.l prruif In iii.orl nf lilt rUbn, an.l Hint itl
pronf nill l- nia.lv Ufota II. r oiimt)' link uKirant
nxnil), lilajmi, at Oalijuu I it) . Or. un On-. U.
law, via. Conri;o W Clinmliora, I'm US
No (Mil. for tH,. W I t Mi l-l, K I t iiV I I Sim M
in iok iii i: w ii.
lla liainca th fnllottliit 0 llnuaMa In proia I.I,
cnntlniinm iiWim nivm a.nl ciltltitiliMi i.f,
timl. vll Oirlot A C'iMta, )Uir I! Ili-t imMi,
Unity C Ijiitanw, llciijiinln I'ariall, nil i.f I'mrl
3JlO J, II. IIUNNIMirtlN. It. t c r
JOHN DAY C1TV.
City Meat Market.
Wituhin-lon Street, Oauyoii Oily, Oiegon,
CRAY St. KADS, Proprietors.
All Kinds Of
1 )Vlmloniilo and Ititall.
All orders filled,
TO THE PUBLIC.
Dr. I'ruden would rcsectfully
announce to the public that ho has
located at I'rairio City, Oregon,
where ho will answer calls day or
night and treat chronic diseases by
the month or by the case charges
reasonable. For the benofit of the
skeptical, a trial treatment will be
given for a mifiiciont time to estab
lish confidence. Xo charges made
should patients decide to discontin
ue treatment after receiving test of
skill, except for medicines. The
doctor ban had twenty years' cxjm
rienco in family practice, is a regu
lar graduato of medicine. In his
past life at diflorcnt times ho has
visited a number of tho most suc
cessful sjiceialistfl of the Fast for
the purpose of ascertaining tho best
treatment and method of manage
ing chronic cases, having in view at
the lime an ollico businoss in some
populous town or city. lie baa tn
ken a thorough course of studies in
tho cities of St. Louis, New York,
and was in the ollico of an eminent
specialist in Hoston, Mas?., for ten
months, where he had rare opjiorlu
nitics for (Icqtiireing useful knowl
edge and getting a practical exjicri
ence well calculated to fit him for
the successful practice of his pro
fession. The favorable advantages
and Fjiccinl privilego which ho has
enjoyed, together with a good prac
tice, has given the doctor confidence
in his ability as a physician and
surgeon, therefore he will not hesi
tate to guarantco a reasonable do
grco of satisfaction in every case,
l'atienlfl at a distance will bo treat
ed by lettor.
Go to the lied Front Hilliard
Hall, Canyon City, for fine wines,
liquors mid cigars.
The finest stock of Drygoods,
Clothing, Hoots and Shoes, at Collin
it MoFarlandV, Ilcppncr.
I will tnko a limited number of
linrsi's or unttle nud food tliiun iltir
in;,' the winter, at reasonable rales.
Adtlret.8 M. M. Aiujiho.v,
Canyon City, Or.
Tho uudorshtuoil huvitij; been re
stored to health br simplo menus,
after atiflorin for Hovornl yon is with
k f.ov cro Itin alYuelion, ami Hut
drcnil (li.Hi'iiKo Cousuiiipliou, is mix
ions to iniiko known to his follow
stifi'eri'iH tho incaiiH of euro. To
IhoEo who desire it, lie will eliocrftil
ly send (frno of cliiugo) n cojiy of
tho noiicriitiiiii tiitcd, which thoy
will find n sure euro for Consump
tion, Afclhmii, Calarih, Hrouchitis
and all throat nud lung Maladies.
Hn hopot nil suflvrcrs will try his
l.'einmly, its it is invaluable. Those
ilnsiiiiif; tho piOHcription, wln'eh will
cost thorn nothiiiL,', nud may proro n
bloKsin, will plenso ihIiIichh, Itr.v.
IhtwAiiu A;vWn.oof, Wiilintiisburf,',
Kings county, N'ow Xoik.
III nnioiiuts t) Htiit on improved
fnnni. Tim lowt'ht r.tto.t ictrnntced.
If you want to Umtow it will pity
you to wo nut.
Written in the best Compa
W. B. DAVIS.
IVninu City : : : Oregon.
All norMiiiH indebted to I'. It
Itinonreoii, docoascd, will idonsc
call oud sottlo iuiniodiatoly, or their
accounts' will bo placod in tho hands
nl an attoruoy.
MllH. V, H. ItlNKAllSoN'.
Pruirio City, Or., Oct. !, 188D.
on Short A olice-
Slh dmiual rBall
JL O. ZJ W.
Canyon City, Oiegon, al the Court House, Thanksgiving Evening,
November 28, 1889.
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A It It A XO ISM ENTS: V. V. llorsley, 0. I. Ilazeltiue, A. C. Dorc.
INVITATION': J. I). Sutherland, John Laurancc, Win. Miller,
M. N. Uonhani, C. W. I'arrish, Clay Todhuntcr, C. W. Honham.
FI.OOH: V. (5. Cozad, O. 1', Crcsaj), Clay Todhuntcr.
RECEPTION: M. A. Lucas, 11. llyram, W. II. Clark, W. P. Gray.
TICKETS (not including supper) SB oO.
On Improved Farms in
Reasonable Rates; No
u 3ict. Moourlty xta satlaraotoi'v
If you contemplate borrowing inonoy calljjyjpraddresa--.
8T UllG ILL .J- STlJtGIL I, : Baker City, Oregon
. ...ok..,. :
L.d UlULYCE HO WEL L, . 1'vuiria Gity, Oregon
DURKHEIMER & CO
We are receiving daily Ihe largest
slock of goods ever'broug'hl lo liis counly
& NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS
FAMILIES SUPPLIED AT WHOLESALE RATES
W(i am thn nnhntiwnlm.n.t.R fhi.l on.it.-fit.i'nieh.
you, with, all you, want, and always carry a, com
Pritlrlo City, Grant
Cunrou Gllv. Crnnl
Ay. T )
Durna, llnrnny County
r - - J r m
Prairie City, O. eon.
ai.so AOKiirs roit tiii:
Frank Rio's Iiiiplonionl Co'h Machinory, Cousistiiif; oLIowoin, Reap,
rrit, St: If ltimliiiu llnrv-p.stoiv. 1lnl.-ia nml ti-n,..,iM i (w i;a,n ..f a..
rioultural IinplunontH and extras for
m.:..i. ..... ...:n ... ii ..i ...
iuuu u urn nuu gnuiip tor vnbit or
CANYON CITY, Or.
George Gmidlach JBro.
CAN 1 'ON CI TV -
PRICES GREATLY REDUCED, fij
Grant & Harney Counties.
Delays wlien Title is Good
RETAIL DEALERS IN-
Tho Lcmlfiif Mercl
nil Machines usod in this country,
.. ... . ..
on tiino Willi approved security.
- - - Oil Enow
NKLSON' JOXKfl, rilKST.
MORROW COUNTY LAND & TRUST CO.
General Warolioii.se & Forwarding Agis.
The Company has recently constructed a two-story
warehouse SO x 100 fool, with wool press and all
con ven ienccs for h audi ing wool-
The Warehouse Charges at If oppner will be the same as
those at Arlington, less cartages.
Freight, upon baled wool from Jfeppnor, same as from
Cash advanced upon consignments of wool or wool in
JAMES & JONES.
The City Drug Store.
; Keep constantly ou
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
Potent Medicines, Toilet Arliclos, Perfumes, Soaps, Powder, Puffs,
Combs, Tooth Nail, Clothes nnd Hnr Urushos, Driipgist's Sun
dries, Lamps, Limp Oils, Gloss, Pulty, Ghinoys, and
ond everything to bo found in a first
class Drug Store
Nothing but Pure, Fresh Drugs Dispensed.
Orders from a dwuuico will rocolve prompt attention. Proscriptions nspcciolty
BAKER CITY, i r? .OREGON
. : . .- - l rj.
Haptansfall Dart &
IlAPTONSTALL $ DART,
JOHN DAY, GRANT CO., OREGON.
Hove now received the largest and most complete itockof'new goods In
Qrant Ceunty, which thoy will offer for salo at prices'dhat defy competition
Canyon City, Oregon.
o. r. CUESAP
Stationery, Hook-8, School Supplies, Gilt Hand nnd GhiRswaro, in Endlosa
Yoiioty. Fancy Wares, suitablo for prosnnts for both Old ond
Young. 1Jo)m' Iron Whoiib, Baby Carringwtfroin Four- . -
teen to Eightooit Dollars aiioco. Uuudios &
cigars. Tobaccos, Coffees, Teas, Lard,
Dried Fruits, Canned Fruits, Jlice, Cream Wheat,
tho finost breakfast dish known Fishing Tocklo,Fish Poles,
Baskets, Tubs, Brooms, Limps, Bird cages and everything
that is usually kopt in a Variety Storo.all of which
Can now b j Bought Cheap for Cash at the Old Stand iuCanyonCity
At Miller's Blacksmith Shop,
WASUINGTONSTUUET, CANYON C ITY, OIL
Rocauso his prietu are low nnd all his work warmiitcdWirat'-pbss.
For Hew Shoes all aroiJ,
Ho keeps coiutantly on hand and for sale, iiouBiiot. fitted tlud unfit
umI. also lioiiSt: vaif.h umv .-i.. - -a
OKVA,. WIIKKUS BI'ltlNllS,
HANDua suuioiM and
TIRE IRON REDUCED
A FIRST-CLASS WAUON
CAUHIAGllS UVGOIJE8 tV
K. 1!. lllSIIOr, TltEAS.
THEROIM E, FELL, Manager.
hand n complolo slock of
$400 lo $S;00 pur Span
1'ICK IIASW.EH, UlfiKfili
wujuim, oto., otc. -r
TO 7 lo 8 Cls. Per lb.
KliriP am1 sja mu u.ia xn
J.! t U likil XJ,
UUOUliOAIUKS fllude teordiir';