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Thursday, .May 1.
Mayday lime for a picnic
Tho (Kiliticnl inw now gom to buz
zing in mriiMt.
Hoppnor jxwtolllco has Um made a
Chis. Kyton tlio champion wrmtlor
was thrown by a homo tho othor tiny.
Frank .Mo I toon will gio northern
alfalfa a trial on hit Soda Spring
7 tioli asmys of native oopjier anil
silver are obtained from Canyon
Heef cattlo aro Udng shipped into
Orison from Southern California nml
nlso from Omaha.
Tho sagebrush tick in Incoming n
nrrioiM Mt to itookmon in lvutorn
Oregon anil lilaho.
The first loud of freight of the .
son was drought ovor from linker hy
MoKwan Si Griffin.
Cattlo on tho bunchgmss hills aro
picking up some fat anil hones nre
fooling somewhat frisky.
Tliu .Sullivan-Jackson fight for $30,-
000 at San Francisco will not take
place Ix'fom Soptomlior.
Senator .Mitchell delivered a speech
in favor of electing U. S. senators by
the ilinict voto of tho people.
f! rant county has 1731 children l
tweon tho ages of 4 and 'JO, and 1033
lugal voters for school purposci.
Allyn Yociim, Yamhill county, got
a vcnlict of $1775 against tho railroad
company for damages in an accident,
Thu census enumerator want it un
derstood that UtlitM refusing to tell
their ago.s aro liable to a lino of $30.
Thermometer HI to 88 on tho north
Hide of the gas foundry at noon each
day. No wander tho snow alovo is
Democrats and republicans in Har
ney county rejoice at tho nomination
of .Mr. Canlwell for joint representa
tive. Hov. Itork, tho Mate organizer of
the Union party says they have a
lighting ehauco to elect their candi
date for congress.
Alout hcwm hundred balmon would
havo lieeu caught during tho week if
tho water had lcen clear so thoy
could havo Won aeon.
Settles in tho swamp district! of
Harney aro preparing to move to high
er ground, and wellhey may. Plen
ty of swamp this year.
.Miller St Motschan havo clo-ied the
upper livery stahlo and havo associa
ted themselves with Jud llaguowooil
in the old Wood A Church stables.
Orel, arils aro in full bloom, and tho
.country looks like a young paradise,
Although this season lacks at least
tj-reo weeks of being as forward as
AVo dosiro reliable correspondence
from overy section of (!rant county.
The "Nr.ws is your able advocate in
having our country known in every
Oupt. Harrison Kelly, W.
Uanhvell and Isaac liner of lturnt
i,iKcd through town .Saturday on their
way home from tho convention at
Durkheimor'H freight teams which
worn stinted to Hums, hung up at
lllauloii's to wait until tho mud U
luiiio Kutlicioutly solid to hold up a
.Miller A llines aro constructing
300 feet of hydraulic pipe for W. II.
Cluik and L. II. Trowbridge who aro
opening up a placer claim over beyond
Owing to a strike among tho fuller
men on tho lower Columbia, who want
$1.-1) per fish while tho cannerx oll'er
but 7ft eeiiti, no salmon aro being
aiiiiii d and but few am being caught.
.MoKwau A (irillin wh were in
t4iv.n this week inform us that thoy
havo not taken tho mail contract from
llaker to Canyon. There is a prolu
bility that tho "cheap contractor" will
o compelled to run the lino himself,
or pay someone to tako it oil' hi hands.
The main topic of conversation in
our sister county, Harney, is "county
sent." Tho two principal aspirants,
I tin UK and Harney, each seem confi
dent of securing thu prize nt the June
election, llusiniws men of both places
are laboring faithfully, but it will not
Imi known until after the vote is taken
which town suits tho majority of tho
people for tho neat of government.
.Mail for tho south must count by
way of Canyon City, and for that rea
son wo lieliovo tho lino from hero to
Hums will Imi ordered daily before
many weeks, A load of mail from
Ontario was brought into I turns last
week, Waring date from January 7th
to along in .March. That lino has
lieen blockaded nearly all winter, anil
tho wonder is that thoy got through
Silvios and Illitzon rivers both
carrying a largo voluuio of water lo
tsitloi numerous smaller streams Mow
ing into Harney valley will give the
hay lamU in that section a thoiough
wetting, for when the lake which has
no outlet receives tho water thoy cur
ry it is liound to rise und encroach
unon tho richt of tho settlers who
-llllll ll Homo
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Monies on lis ijuiik
Orchards givo promise at this timo
of an abundant crop.
Hay lauds down tho valley will not
need irrigation this sn0!i.
Tho Hoods on tho lotvor .MiBM8ir
pi continue, ami Riiiroriiig In great.
Motr laud buyers are wanted in
Ornnt county. Also nioro settlers in
her valleys and bunchgrau hills.
Tho nilinicsion of Mnho mid Wy
oming will mid m.x more votes to
the Klectorinl College, making the
total number -120.
Strnauu all over tho country aro
full and running over, in consequence
of tho few warm days Impelling the
snow in the high mountain,
Whont took a jump in Chicago
from Sft to !)2 cents a huxhol. Tho
rise is Haiti to ho only toniorary
ami will not effect other point.
One Schwoinftirth, who created a
neiiBation at Itockford, III., in de
claring himself n fccond Christ, linn
opened u branch establishment nt
Notice is hereby given thnt our
hooks will Iks closed from this tlntc.
(i:o. (ir.Niu.Acii .t Hut)
Canyon City, Or., April 110, 1800.
Canyon creek has Won highr this
week than at any time since tho now
Harney road was constructed, anil su
pervisor Smith bus Wen kept busy
preventing mi inundation of tho high
way. The nomination of Hon, 0. S.
Dustin for joint represcntUivo of
Omul and Harney counties gives With
counties a chance at tho xliticnl pie,
and wo predict tho race will W a close
Tho jicoplo of tho two towns in
Harnoy county aro courteous and
obliging, and aro tho sort of eople to
build up a community. Theirs will
1x3 tho foremost section of Oregon, too,
Wforo many years.
I'ou Salk. Thursday .May 8th at 1
o'clock p, m., at auction, a lot of fur
niture Wlonging to Wm, (iuudlach,
consisting of mohair parlor set, bed
stiMils, mattresses, cuqxits, a lounge,
chaiis, tables, etc., in front of Ciuud
lach A Ilro's store, Canyon City.
If sullicicut inducement is given
tho Union l'acilic railroad will do
much toward "booming" llaker City.
If the comjiany Weomos interested in
tho place it will W so much Wtter for
this country, for branches will radiate
in all directions, anil Craut county
will havo one of them.
Voters of With political parties in
this and Harney counties endorse the
nomination of Hon. (2, W. .McIUley
for joint senator. They Wliovo that
in .Mr. Mo Haley thoy have a just and
competent statesman, and a man who
will labor faithfully to advance tho
best interest of tho commonwealth,
with equal fairness to all.
An Kastcrn Oregon man sayn
Hint John Nutting, a brother of
George Nutting, who disapjicared
in Crook county several years ago,
und wn.H mipOKcd to have been
murdered, ban also disappeared and
fears are entertained that he too
may hnvo been a victim of foul
piny. Salem Journal.
Gov. Hill, of Xow York, hns
sent to tho lcgisliituro a ine.sne
rciiowiug his recommendation that
candidates for ollico and political
chairmen of thu committees bo re
quired to furnish sworn itemized
statement of their oxpuiirfeH in
One of tho most severe shocks of
earthquake oxoripnce! for a long
Unit) was felt in Snn Francisco anil
neighboring localities little after .'1
o'clock Saturday morning, lluiltl
ings were shaken perccptably and
many persons were aroused from
their sleep. Tho plastering full
from the walls in places, No seri
ous damage is reported.
Our third tpiaiterly meeting will W
held .May 3rd ami Ith at Prairie City, j
Preaching and qimiterly conference at
2 o'clock p. in. Saturday by Hov, A.
J. .loslyii, of Vancouver, Wash. Also
dedication of Prairie City church at
1 1 a. m, SabUtth. All aro invited.
Hov, .Iiwlyn will pi each at John Day
City May 1 1, at 11 u, in. and at Can
yon City at 7:30 p. in. of samo day. i
A. Kvns, P. C.
Our new "ad." from tho enterpris
ing linn of Collin A' MoFarland,
Ileppuer, seaks for itself, and it is
worth your while to read thu same.
In order to gain new trade they in
tend presenting a line largo book,
which rctailH at f l.00 ench, to every
retnil purchaser of dry goods, cloth
ing, loots ami sIiocb, hats etc., to the
amount of $o.00, allowing until
July 1st to make out the amount,
(live them a trial order, when you
send away for goods.
The state hoard of laud commis
sioners, consisting of Governor Pen
noyer, Secretary .McHride ami
Treasurer Webb, has just beon sorv
cd with pilars enjoining it from
tho further sale of swamp lauds of
tho state. The complainant is It.
K. .McConnnughy, of Cnlifornin.
Tho papers set forth that March 1-',
l.SCtO, congress grunted to the stato
of Oregon all the swamp nnd ovor
llowed lands within the state and
that on the -0th of October, 1S70,
tho legislature of Oregon passed an
order for the sale of said land at
not less than II jwr acre, ami that
on the 18th of October, 1878, one II.
C. Owens purchased l.',07 acres in
Lake county and afterwards sold it
to H. K. McConnnughy. Tho suit
was brought for the puniosu of re-
straining the lioard from discing
of any more of thu lauds.
Kn. Nkws: According to prom
ise will sivo yti all the news:
Stock nro snfe now.
Wc nro in liows that thu lake
trout will get up this spring as the
streams are full to overflowing.
Snow all gone, a thing of the
nast; mud drying up fast, streams
iiigh, grass growing fast, weather
warm and spring-like.
Mr. Jackson Chambers has a
brother-in-law just came out from
thu Willamette valley and has tak
en up a ranch. So much for Hear
Thero will Iki considerable plow
ing done soon and grain put in for
hay. We have a prosjieel for a
good hav crop, and a fat stock show
Quite a number of South Fork
folks came out going over to John
Day for seed grain and jxitatoes.
They reiorl roads arc nearly free
of snow, but rather muddy.
Lincoln Luce passed through
here a few davs ago from tho sheep
camp on the desert, he says they
havo 175 sheep left out of JMtX).
He lnjught the ballancu loft of
tho hftnd of I). W. Luce, that Gil
bert and Lewis had leased, loO left
out of some 0vX), The hitter hand
wore kept on upjicr South Fork.
mown llro s of ngontire saved
f,00 out of 0000.
If Greenhorn will come around
wc will soon convince him that he
will have to stand the treats, us
there are more than twice three
houses inhabited thnt haven't any
carcasses around them. More anon.
JOHN DAY COUKESPONDENCK.
Since wo were last in John Day
we note many changes. Will try
to toll you where tome of the peo
ple have moved,
.Mr. Knight has gone on n busi
ness trip to Prairie.
Miss Nona Middlcsworth is in
Prairie this week.
Mr. Hayes now occupies tho
house adjoining that of Mr, Dart.
Mr. F. I. MeCallum is soon to bo
our postmnster. Mr. Dart resigning.
Mr. Al Gillette hns moved to our
city. He has charge of the meat
Mr. Lewis is to be fount) in the
house east of town, owned by Mr.
George Cattanach left Saturdnv
for Fox valley where ho will teacli
school this summer.
Mr. Fugot of Silvics valley has
moved his family into John Wolliu
ger's house fur the summer.
A large number of our young eo
ple attended tho ball in Prnirio Fri
day evening, und say thoy had a
Miss Mabel Hazeltine will leave
in a few days to take charge of the
school above Prairie, known as the
Mr. G. W. Dart returned from
Portland last week. Ho selected
goods for the storo of II., D" t Co.,
while there. Something extra in
dry goods is expected.
Mr, A. Knight having purchased
tho building owned by Gray Hro's,
anil used by them as a meat market
has refitted anil furnished the samo
ami moved his store there. It looks
Mr. Thco. McClonnan and wife
havu moved into Mr. Combs' house.
Mr, C. having moved to his housu
recently purchased from Geo. Ilatt
ami moved to the lot east of his for
A circus is picking up spare dol
lars in tho Willamette valley.
Go to tho lied Front Hilliard
Hall, Canyon City, for line wines,
liquors and cigars.
Our Grant! Army boys are begin
lo talk of a projier observance of
Decoration day the .'!0lh of this
The Pacific llrowery's Celebrated
Beer, the best in Kastcrn Oregon, is
now kept constantly on tup at tho
Hed Front Hilliard Hall.
Several counterfeiters aro work
ing dillurent sections of the state.
Our tteoplu should keep their eyes
open for them,
To expel the impurities in the
blood ami give strength to the sys
tem before the effects of warm
weathwr aro felt, use Pfuntlcr's Ore
gon Wood Purifier. in-10
Call a ii J See the Harnett Maker.
As I intend leaving Grant county
about Juno 1st all thoso who aro in
debted to mo will pIc.iHo call nml sot
Ho their accounts before that date.
In tho iiioautiiuc, all who dosiro
goods in my lino can buy chtup.
Canyon City, Or., May 1, 1800.
To Dlitrict School Clerks.
District clerks of many of tho
school districts are guilty of neg
lect and carelessness in not receipt
ing to the county Sup't for the
school orders which they receive
from him. Thero is no excuse for
this neglect, as they nro all furnish
ed with blank receipts for that pur
K)se, Please attend to this nt once.
Co School Sup't, Grant Co.
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Married people sustaining tho
monogamio relation, especially,
make a great mistake in allowing
themselves to sloop together. This
practice, in a measure, leads to tin
congeniality. From live to eight
hours bodily contact every twenty
four with one jwrson not only caus
es nu equalization of those magnet
ic elements which, when diverse in
quantity and quality, produce phys
ical attraction and passional love,
hut it promotes )crmanout uncou
geniality bv making the married
pair grow alike physically. The in
terchange of individual electricities
nml the absorption of each other's
exhalations lead directly to tonier
amental inadaptation, and to this
cause may doubtless In? ascriln'd
one of the chief reasons why a hus
band and wife manifest such a ten
dency to grow alike after many
years of matrimonial companion
ship. There is nothing that will so
derange tho nervous system of a
jwrson who is diminutive in nervous
force. The worltl is overrun with
ntliicted jk.-oiiIo from the ollocts of
norvous euiiaustiou and physical
decay. To such Dr. Darrin invites
thoni to try his electric treatment,
so successfully applied to thousands
of our citizens, ami that tlioy will
not seek in vain, he submits the fol
lowing of pooplo cured who have
languished in tho throes of discaso
ami now enjoy the blessings of
health and happiness.
N.UIi:s THAT CAN" III! It HKKItltKII TO.
Hobert Hardy, Ktnn, Wash.
Weak eyes; cured.
K. Anderson, Salem, Or. Ca
tarrh seven years; cured.
Wm. Parrot, Middlcton, Or.
Deafness many years; cured.
1). W. Kmmelt, Salem, Or.-Doaf-ness
ten years; restored.
Mrs. M. K. Day, Port Madison,
Wash. Throat dilliculty; cured.
Henry Slough, Macleay, Or.
Deafness fifteen years; restoretl.
Volua Webster. Weston, Umatilla
couutv, Or. Catarrh; cured.
II. il. Ilico, :t'J 11 steet, Portland
Heart disease; cured.
S. F, lloskiuson, Port Hlakely,
Wash. Sciatic rheumatism; cured
A. Jackson, Seattle, Wash. Pain
in his hack for four years; cured.
C. Snowtlen's girl, Salem, Or.
Discharging ears nine years; cured.
Hov. M. M. Hashor, Hrooks, Or
Nasal anil throat catarrh; restoretl.
John Woltliu, Stuck Junction),
Wush. Deafness and discharging
Drs. Darrin can bo consulted free
nt the Washington building, corner
of Washington and Fourth streets,
Portland, and Hotel Gamlolof, Ta
coma. Hours 10 to ft; evenings, 7
to S; Sundays 10 lo It!. All chron
ic discuses, blood taints, loss of vi
tal Kwer anil early indiscretions
permanently cured, though no refer
ences are ever made in the press
concerning such cases, owing to tho
delicacy of the patients. Kxamina
tions free to all, anil circulars will
be sent to nny address. ('barges
for treatment according to patients
ability to pay. Tho jxsir treated
free of charge from 10 to 11 dailv.
All private diseases confidentially
treated and cures guaranteed. Pa
tients at a distance can lx cured by
homo treatment. ' .Medicines and
letters scut without the doctors'
Farm for Sale.
Containing -000 acres of hind in
one body; commences within ono
mile of t'anvon City, Grant Co., Or.
Title, V. S! patent. About 800
acres of this is good plow land, the
rest is grazing land. Improvmonls
consist in part as follows: A first
class dwelling 1 J story frame, seven
rooms and well finished, u wood
shed, stone milk-house I'Jx'JO nnd a
room on top of it samo size; om
smoke-house, one barn, main body
27x70, stable on one side and wag
on shed on the other, both full
length. Chicken houses, hog pens,
vegetable cellar, 100 fruit trc(s in
good growing condition; over half
of them bearing. There is alnnit
10 miles fencing on the place, some
rail and some post, board and wire;
ono sheep-shed 150 feet long, which
will hold -000 sheep, ami ono of
thu best dipping arrangements in
this county, also corrals, cabins and
range privilcdgcs for summer anil
winter. There is plenty of running
water in tho pasture the year round
also a ditch for irrigating which af
ford plenty of water in the fore part
of the season. We havo raised full
rye 8 feet high inensuretl, ami our
wheat tiKik the diploma at New Or
leans !Cxositioii, both were grown
without irrigation at all. There aro
ii. iv about lftO acres sown to rye,
wheat, and barley, growing fine.
Tho county scat with its excellent
public school is within one milo of
tho dwelling, ami John Day town
mid flouring mills not more than
two miles distant. Thu price of
wheat ranges from $1 to $ L -ft per
bushel, and hay from 10 to fid
k.t ton; barley 1 J to ti eta. jsjr lb in
this market tho year round; at pres
ent all these things nro a good deal
higher. Tho place will lie sold ut a
bargain. Thero is also a speiidid
horse and cnttlo range for t!0 miles
back of place. Cause for selling,
death of a brother and partner.
For further particulars, nddrcss
Gko. A. LifciiK, The Dulles, Or., or
T. II. Likiik, Portland, Or.
Gko. Gi'.siil.Arii A Hun.
Canyon City, Or, April tifl, 1800.
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Hy vtiltio of nn execution nnd dp
oi co of foreclosure nml s.ilo issued
out of th circuit court of tho state of
Oregon for the countv of Grant uixm
' n judgment rendered in sai.l court on
tlio I'Jtliilny ot September 1H81, in
favor of Joseph atson nnd John
Itigne, p'aihtilTs nnd against A G
TnlHir, Geo H Tracy, Jamo.i Toyn
don and Ocorgo M Cleaver, defend
ants, for tho sum of $073.77, with in
terest thereon from tho tilth day ot
September 188U nt tho into of t.n
per cent per milium and tho further
Biiniof $8 1. 02 costs, together with nc-
cru ng Interest nnl costs. I hnvo
lovitd iiM)u nml will sell nt public
miction ort Saturday tho 31st ilny of
Mny I8i()nt ono o'clock p. m. ofsnid
day mid nt tho court house door in
Cmiyon City, Grant county slnto of
Oregon, all of the right, title and in
terest which tho defendants above
named or either of them had on tho
HUli day of Sploinber 1880, or now
hao in or to the following doscrilml
Thoso certain initios known, lnon
eatod nnd recorded as the "Amaton"
mine nnd 'Yukon" mine, locnted by
Goorgo M. Clenvor and situate in
Grant county, stale of Oregon, to
gothor with all the machinery thoroon
mid thereunto nppiirlniiiing includ
ing the quart?, mill nnd qututz mill
building, situate ono qunrtcr of a
iiiilo more or less distant from said
Amazon inino on what is known ati
Clour creek, Grant county, Oiegon,
and about ono quarter of a mile north
nml bolow wlmt is known as Mnhon
Hro's itrnslra, the samo Wing the
mill and building formerly situate nt
whntwns known as tho Hurkloborry
initio in tinker county, Oregon, to
gether with nit nml singular, tho ton
omnnls, hotcditninoiits and apnuiton
ainvH thorounto belonging or in any
Tonus of snlo Cash.
Datod in tho county of Grunt nnd
stnlo of Oregon this lth dav of
April A. I). 1800.
W. P. OKAY,
ShoiilYof Grant county Or.
Hy virtue of an execution nnd do
ereooffoicclosiirom.il sale issued
out of thu circuit court of tho state of
Oregon, for Ilia county ot Grant up
on a judgement rendered in said
com I on tho 15th tiny of .March
18U0 in favor of William .MoMurron
nnd L Crnbill, copartners as Mu.Mui
run A Crabill, plaintiffs, and against
J J Smith nml L II Howmiiu, co
partners us Smith Sc llowm.iu nnd P.
Hischn A Co. dofaudmits, for thu sum
of 07.''fi with interest thoroon nt
tho nito of 8 per coul tier annum
from tho lftth day of March 1800 mid
the futthor sum of $'.'!.l costs. I
have levied upon and will sell at pub
lic auction on Situiday tho 31st day
of May 181)0 at two o'clock p. in. of
that day at tho court housu door in
Canyon City, Oregon, all of the right
title mid iuteiost of the ill tondmits,
Smith A. Ilowumii, and of tmch there
of in nnd to tho following doseiibed
projtri ty :
'I hat certain qumtz mill knouu r.s
tho "Golden Monarch Quartz Mill,"
situate on Clear crook in Grunt coun
ty, slnto of Oiegon, and said mill be
ing used in the operation of mid con
ducted with what is known ni the
Golden Moumuli (juaitz .Mine, lo
gather with ono acre of ground upon
which said mill stands. Ami,
Whoroas, it further appears from
said decree thai P. lhiscbo and J. P.
Flint 1, co-pai tnors as P. Handle A Co.
loi'overoil judgment ngaiust said do
fondants, .1 J Smith and I. II Bow
man, co-pni tnoiH ns Smith A. Howiiinu
for tho sum of 811 lft.1 with interest
on said h ti ut from said lfttb day of
iiuroh, 1 81(0, at tho into of ton per
cent or annum, together with cosU
Notico is thoroforo hoioby given
that o i snid 3 1st day of May, ix'.M),
nil mid singular tho above described
propel ty with tho rtppurtouiiiicos
theieiinto Wlonging and appertain
iug and .all nnd overy, thought, title
and iutoiosl of Haiti Smith A Bow
man thoroiii nnd theioto will bo sold
nt public unction to fie highest bid
der for Cash.
Dated in Giant county, Stain of
Oregon, this '.'Ith day of ril )i'M).
W. P. GHAY,
Sheriff of Omul Co. Or.
Hy J. J. McCULLOUOH,
1C. A. Knight, dentist, will bo in
Pruirie City, April '-'0, mid remain
two or three weeks.
I hnvo recently moved in from
Indian creek ami am living in tlio
Cunniimtoii house where Twill do
all kinds of washing and ironing
at ftO cents pur do., excepting whito
shirts. .Mns. Staiiki,
Pacific Hrewery liter.
Notico is hereby given that I
havu this day established mi agon
cy for tho sale of tho Hecr manufac
tured nt tho Pacific Hrewory, linker
City, Or., within tho county of
Grant in Cmiyon City, ami that Mr.
II, Stmitfoll is the authorized mana
ger of said DejKit. All orders from
Grant county for this celebrated
beer, either in bottles or kegs, will
be filled hy Mr. Staiiboll.
Proprietor Pacific Hrewery, Maker
When in Ileppuer tli n't fail to
call on LKKZKIt Sc THOMPSON
for HAimwAiit:, tinwaiik, woon nnd
WII.I.OW WAIlt:, OIIOCKIIIKH, TOIUI-CO,
irrc,, irrc, Agenuy for tho New
IIo.mi: Si:wimi Maciiink.
tfft- Orders by mail promptly
mid carefully filled.
come forwnnl ami settle some Wifnru , -
.May ft, 1890. After said .Into full will mako cmli advances oil iiexl
mileage and frm of collection will to J""! H fr . ,ltl, ...
in.tndc, THK LAST CALL! U iSh. nllowmg iinviH"' f wllinB
I w ti it..... in Ilt'iiimcr.
1 Sheriff and tac collector of (Irani 'ir lurlhcr particulars apply by .
County, Oregon. Ii'ttor.
Apn! I , lN'.ii). Ileppuer, Or., .Inn. 8, IMX).
Wo will iwtnovo to Pmirio City
nboul May 1st nml will cniry tho
largosl stock of merchandise in Grant
county. Wo will continue to uphold
mir reputation of sqtmro duelling and
All orders should bo addressed to
IVnitio City, and our prompt atten
tion is wm muled. Yotnn Truly,
J. Ddiikiii imi:ii Sc Co.
Tho lending tnpichitiitH of Grant Co.
SH MUFF'S SALE.
lly viiluo of nn oxcoution and do
croo of foroclomuo nnd snlo issuod
out of tho ciiouit court of tho statu
of Orogoiffor tho county of Grant up
on n judgement rendered in snid
court on the 13th day of March,
A. 1). 18!)0, in favor of U. Stewart,
plaintiff, and against James t Thorp,
Hlla M Noble, defendants, for tho
sum of $i)il.00 with intorost thoro
on from tho tilth day of .March 1800,
nt ton ptr cent por annum, and fur
thor mi in of 851,01) costs, together
with accruing intorost and costs, 1
havo levied upon nnd will soil nt
public auction on Situnlny tho 31st
day of Mny 1890 al ono o'clock p. in,
of thnt lav, at tho couit housu door
in Cnnyon City, Or., all of tho light, ,
nil.. -...1 i ..i ii... t-4-1'. t . '
mm nun iiiii'iutti ui lliu lui n ilIIIUCS
t Thorp and Kiln M Noble, or of ei
ther thereof in nnd to tho following
described tract of land to -wit: Tho
S J NW 1 A SW NK 1 it NW SW
of sec II tp 13 S It t!7 H W M, sil
uatuaiid boiugiii Grant Co, Or,, to
gothor with all nur singular tho ten
ements, hereditaments nnd npnutteii
aiices thoieiiulo Wlonging or in nny
Teriu.i of sale cash.
Dated at Canyon City, in Grant Co
slnto of Oi . this 3id dav of Apr 181)0
W. V. GHAY,
SheiilVof Grnnt Co. Or.
Hy .1. J. McCULLOl'GH,
ft Dopnly Sheriff.
.IthiiluUf mtor'rt Snlo.
Notice is hereby given that by viit
uo of nu otder and lieentjo of the
county com t of tho stnto of Oregon
fur the county of Grant of ditto the
-Olhitnyof Mmeh, A. I). 1800, in
tho mnttor of the twtnte, of Woxloy
Kennedy deceased, the undersigned
administrator of said estate nil), on
Saturday tho 1 0th day of May, I Slid,
at the hour of 2 o'clock p. in.' of said
day at tho court homo door in Can
yon City, in snid Grnnt enmity, sell
nt public aiieliou for ii.uili in hand the
following teal properly belonging lo
said ostato and situate in unid Grant
countv stale of Oregon, to-wit:
Tho K J orW and W J of SK 1
of See lit!, Tp 13 H It 32 H. W. ,M.
Also thu NW of See Oft Tp 13 S
It 3 F. W. M., together with (ho
letiomeuts, hoiTtlitnitioulH and up
purtonniices thon-unto belonging or
in anywise npp-rtnining.
Dated this 3rd day of April 1800.
Cuas. W. Paiiiusii.
Administrator of tho ostato
Wesley Kennedy, decenseil.
miti iiki.i. smith.
(Successors lo J. H. Gnrdiier.
liukcrCittj - Oregon..
IMF. .MS SHOT GUNS & UVOLVIORS.
Tho Mosl Complolo Lino of Ammunilion in Easlorn Oroyon.
Sights bv Mail
Diamonds Watches Clocks Jewelrv Silverware
ami a full line of Musical Instruments.
tm JiCl'.JlJijYC: .V Sri'XJ. LTT.
MONEY TO LOA!
On Improved Farms in
fncl Hoourlty lu Sitlwfrtotorv
If you contemplate borrowing money call on or iiildrrM
ST tJlid 1 L L ,V- ,977 7.7 , L,
LAUlt. lXCE 110 WELL,
. P. CREBAP,
ST.ilTIOXEIi )'. llOOh'S, SCHOOL SCI'l'LUtS,
SIH 'HI! ,y FjLYCV W.IK ICS,
Groceries, Flour. Tobaccos, Cigars, and one hundred nnd ono other
varieties, cheap for cash, at
The Leading Tailor
NK.VT IHMUt To Allt.lMITOV HnTltl.
llaker City - - - Oregon,
Koop n full nsaortuiont of 'firms
oriiigs nml .Suitings, When in linker
City you nro iiuiu d lo call nnd in-
Rpeet i!,f00 diffcrtMtl Hlo.
MUMUOHH suits .... ft vim $xi to Mo.
Dross " " . SIMo $7f.
Tiouiors from $0 to $18.
I'l'l.l. LINK 01' IMCOItTKD OOOIW.
I'HiiriOT m oi'.MiA.vri'.i.n.
('. A. IIIIIIA, Ht.WK I5KII.OOO,
President. Vice President.
Or.oiini: W. ('onkkii, Cashier.
J. r. iiiika, t. a. iiiikx, i.t, nonisoy,
Trnnsarls n Crnrrnl Ihinklnir lliislnes.
nil all wit of tho worlll-
BOUGHT and SOLD.
Collections made at nil (HanGi On
.Money loaned at finm one to ton
Cnnyon Oiiy, Or.
This popular resort has
been reopened to the public,
and now, as in the past,
keeps nothing but the best
Wines, Liquors & Cigars-
il. I). ItlCK.lCH, I'ruiir.
-Ill) to thk
Jit chard. .7: Clark, Prop.
ron a i iiist cuiii ii t ir, hiiavi:, hiiam-
11)0 011 II IU 111 IN TDK I.ATIKV HIU.IS.
WM. A. . JIWtKK.
A Full Lino of
hrxiks, flics, rods,
lim h, ii ids, olo.
h'ly luwkn por
do , ftOc, hy mail.
Grant & Harney Counlios.
; No Delays when Tills is (:
: llaker t 'ily, OragtW,
Prairie City, Oregon.
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