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About Grant County news. (Canyon City, Or.) 1879-1908 | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1890)
IF GRANT COUNTY HEWS,
Thursday, May IS.
Clothing nml drw gwts cheap for
entlt tit II. L. it Co'.
Ool. T. S. lng bm ln appointed
reeoivor nt The Dulh's land ofllee.
.Miw Alma J.nco lm mlunicd liotnu
from her visit to Sun to How, Cnl.
ntinoligrnwi on tlto dryer liilU 1ms
lf-im to need, nnd nt thU timo nmki-s
thu vory Ut fwMl for itook.
0. 11. CSuomMy hiut wvcml lil coti
iiMtion with Ptirklioiiixir A Co. tttul
linn accepted n iwwition in tlio tost
A pelt buyer in I.'tke county suc
ceeded in buying ovur 10,000 sheep
tliii spring', n sad commentary on thu
A colony of Swedish immigrant
linvo nettled in Morrow county.
SwimIih nre n diwinihlo nihlitinu to tha
K)pulntioti of nny country.
Meter. Blackmail nnd linmilton nf
tor visiting nil pnrU of thh valley
Ikuo gone over to Ilnrney county to
view the. political Mtuiition.
John D.iy valley present n most
licatitiful nppmrnuco now, viewed
fmm oithnr lowland or hillside. Kv
ci thing looks bright mid fri'sli.
Ho had nil the appearance of n por
feet gentleman nnd tho editor would
have set him down us such hut ho
did not sulisoril'. All wits changed.
Son .1. Diirkhcinicr it Co's now nil.
in to-diiy's Nkw. Their two stores
in CSnmt county Imvo Iwen consolida
ted, nnd they carry n complete stock
in tlio I'nih io City dtoro.
.Sliurill' Cray's minuul reort shows
the tnx situation for 1 880 to lions
follows: AsxtBtMtrs assessment, $12,
fill. '.'5; tilutritlK nsMuumiunt, 83,177.
16; nmount piid treasurer, S.12, 9 "v
2d; taxes remitted, $820.88; duliu-
puint-si l.o ir.n i.
Some person piled our window ".ill
full of toudfrogs the othur ilny. Frog
urn good in their place, hut they nro
neither useful nor ornamental nroutid
ii piiuUhop, nud we ohject to thi.l sort
of kiuduu.vs on thu pint of ortv neigh
liors wo uro no Frc itchuiitii.
lion. (!co. McIInley wn in tovn
Monday on hit vny from Harney
county where ho lmd U'on to look uf
'ter n luinil of hheep. In the iiiugnn
nimity of his unturii ho has lieun pay
ing iiidio attention to tho hungry
wethers of his thick than to his sheep
in thu political pasture.
Postmaster Crosap having tendered
his resignation to thc'dopitrtiiient some
time ago his successor's' npiointmunt
ii expected nt any time. J. 1. Pnr
rish will proliably lie thu appointee.
He is n young man of steady habits
nnd good business ability mid his ap
pointment will Iks satisfactory to peo
ple tributary to the Canyon City post
ollicc. .Married, Sunday, May 11, 1800, nt
thu resilience of .Sir. Henry I if ton,
Mr. M. K. Timnis mid Miss Lillie II.
Mulligan, County Judge Mnxcy ollici
utiug, only iv fow friends of thu bride
and groom boing in attendance. Tho
happy couple were thu recipients of a
large number of elegant nnd costly
wedding presents. The Nkwh whs
kindly remumbered in tho shape of n
pi ecu of wedding cake.
ISy reason of the inability of Judge
Fua to Ik present, our adjourned term
of court wound up with one jury trial,
liuing the trial of Alva Tuppor, for lar
ceny of n couple of nuns alleged to
have taken place away Uiuk in 189 'J.
Thi trial resulted in an honorable uc
ipiitual of the defendant, which meets
tha approval of our people. There is
no doubt that Alva was tho victim of
the notorious. "Kud" Williams, in fact
that "Red" stole the horses nud sold
them to Alva. As thu young man re
turns to his home mid family in thu
Willamette, both he and his father
have thu good will nnd thu lieoity liod
speed of our most sulntautial citiz-uus.
A oorriupendont to the Kaglo writ
ing from Wagnur says that overy votu
oast for Palmer for county commis
sioner, if elected, moans it plank in a
lvidj(o across tho North Fork. It
would is) a blessing to teamsters and a
audit to (!mnt county to have n sub
stantial bridgutivcrnss thu Noith Fork,
hut Morrow county has had her eyua
on that particular stretch of territory,
nud until the people of tlrant county
ha vi) positive assurance that those
townships on thu north will not In)
ilicud oil' within thu next few years
wo mthur think it poor policy to ex
pend several thousand dollars building
n hiidgc, unltMis, however, thu co.it
would I si refunded in casu legislative
action shouhl place tho bridge in Mor
A Washington ilisjiatch of May 0,
says: "A matter of interust was set
tled to-day by tho ostollit'0 dcpuit
mcnt ns to mail facilities in (imntand
Crook counties. Tho rich vulley from
Canyon City to Stewart and Paulina
have Imcii without mail couiiiiuuicn
tion, anil thu settlers had to travel
iiruiy niilus to Canyon City for their
mails. Representative llurmanu had
nn ollico oatuhliahod lit Homer, with
W. W, Stone ns postmaster, mid one
nt Uur and Carlos Boiihum as post
maitur, and on July 1st, it tri-woekly
mall service from Canyon City to
Stawmt will commence," This is thu
route fur which tho N i:vs has leeu in
comuniiiioation with Mr. Iferuiaun
and wo rujuico that ho has at last loon
ablt) to soourti (ho much needwl mail
service. Hinder is ii worker urn! no
Stisnnvillc, Muy 12.
Mr. Smyors Ih lmsy ljullding ft
rcnorvoir on Deep orctik; will com
mence mining in nbout one week.
Kccnoy liaH got a crew of men
and gone up to Onion gulch to work,
llo expects to do well this season.
Tho country looks quite diHerenl
from what it did otto mouth ago
when you made n lour through this
section. Wo have abundance of
fine grass. gcol weather and everv
laxly feeling well and apparently
doing well, and the irosicctor has
made hi appearance in cearch ofj
ho "root of all evil." One party !
lias already round some rich quartz
on Moulder creek near tlio head of
Sloan it Haskell's mining ditch.
Sloan St Haskell are running
their hydraulic and uteain derrick
iiigiu mm nay. u worKs iiKe a
chann; their n.nst is DO feet high,
..I.-I.i I .i t. i. .
the Ihxuii 80 feet long. They raise
large tubs l.0 feet in tho bottom,
piled with boulders, and land thorn
in large piles 1(50 feet away. They
have already worked oil' a largo
piece of ground and thoy aro in jws
session of a few fine speciines which
thoy have picked up, ono weighing
1 1 ounces.
Sandy has struck it rich at the
hoad of Muck gulch. Ho has got a
nice little nugget which ho panned
out in prospecting the ground. Ives
Hro's aro busy running arastra on
Hear creek. T. L. Smith and Scott
are working on a ledge at present
situated on the head nt (juartz
gulch, while their partner Mr. Stev
enson is taking in the sights of
Portland. I think that the west
side or slope of Greenhorn moun
tain will no thoroughly prosj)ocled
this season, and it ih my opinion
that there will be some good mines
found. A Fitosi'KCToit.
Hemombcr Kaptoiistitll, Daittt- Co.
deliver goods purchased of them.
Setting hens and loafers praise
tho weather. Farmers and business
men, don't. Thoy want more rain.
Mr. Topkiu was thrown from his
wngon several day ago while on his
way home from town nud quite lurious
ly injurei I.
The mosquito will soon settle the
tarilf question by showing tho
American coplc whether hides are
free or not.
A cute it on doekut Uifora Justice
Utilison wherein .Smith lirm. appear
against Win. 1 lardy for trespass. A
jury was empaneled Tuesday, which
disagreed, and thu case is still on.
Over eleven thousand dollars delin
quent taxes shows that the past win
ter was it hard ono nud that Grant
county's stockmen are in a tight place.
Hut they will pull through all right
The growing grass nud fattening
stock restore confidence in thu minds
of all our citizens, nnd but few who
niu not compelled to leave will nUiu
dou this section in hopes of finding u
Ten thousand election tickets for
probably n thousand voters is what
tirunt county will put in thu Held this
year, ami there it no reason why uveiy
voter should not secure a ballot of
some political complexion.
Sylvester Pennoyer's majority over
T. H. Cornelius in June, '80 was 11,70 1,
Ilinger Hermann's majority over J no.
M. Ccnin in June, 1888, was 7,107.
Harmon majority over Cleveland in
Oregon in Nov. 1888, was 0,700,
Tu the matter of the delinquent
taxes for the year 1881) amounting
to $ 1 1,'J l.")," 1 the clerk was ordered
to make a list of such delinquents
mid deliver sumo to the sheriil', who
shall collect same as by law requir
ed. The man of many names arrested
for hoise stealing is in jtil yet, but
has not had a preliminary examination
owing to some witnwu failing to iih
penr, Thu deputy dutrict attorney
informs us that hu must be turuo:!
loose unless ouiething is done today.
Ilitptonstall, Dart & Co. have re
ceived a Mirtion of their spring stock
of goods, and vill deliver flee of
extra charge to customers residing
within three miles of their store.
Their wagon runs to town every day,
and orders given to thu diiver will
Is) promptly tilled.
Thu Xkws rocuived a letter from
Hon. Ilinger Hermann by hist mail
stating that ho had secured a regular
tri-weukly mail seriieo from Canyon
City to Stewart, which would Is) put
on thu route by July 1st nnd thai ar
rangements would lie made nt once
preparatory to this. Mr. Hermann is
always awake to the people's interests.
Wo find this hit of good news in thu
Baker City Democrat: "I Jr. J. M.
lloyd last evening roceivod it lotter
from Mr. O, F. Hopkins, representa
tive of n San Francisco telephone com
pany informing him that ho would Is)
in linker City in a few days with n
view of nu extension of the telephone
system now in operation Ijotwnon thu
towns of Washington nud linker City.
Mr. Hopkins aUo contemplate ex
tending thu system from linker City
to the interior mining distiicts, one
line probably as far as Canyon City,
Grunt county, with tributaries to
Cracker Creek anil vicinity, tho other
to Cornucopia, thu seat of the Pine
Crook mines, in Union county."
That's right; give us a telephone lino
and ultimately a ntilnmd and tologniph
and thine shall Is) thu trade from this
May IS, 1SIK).
We aro having a nice rain and
grass in growing finely.
Tho fiiow will soon lo a thing of
the jKist and the minors aro begin
ning to growl, because of the out
look for n short water noason.
We learn that our sawmill will
be started soon. That is one thing
we need as there promises to be
considerable improvements in tho
J. H. Hillianl has closed his sa-
1 loon while it is undergoing repairs.
Ho is having it papereil and paint
wl ami wilt open next week with s
iie siui'i ui iakih.
-4 .-1. ..f
"Jack" Hays of Ilobinsouvillo ro
orts (piitc favorable prospects for
that region. Thoy have not their
Doslollieit vet because tin; Dostums-
' . .
(cr has not Hied liis bonds,
(jranl T10riliwrg f t10 (Sranito
hotel has finished thu new addition
to his building which now makes a
convenient and comfortable hotel
suited to the wants of the traveling
Most of the stock that wore win
tered outside has been brought in
looking much the worse for wear.
Thoy mi tiered not so much from
long winter aa from short feed. Tho
sheep rtinche as a winter icsort for
stock is a failure
Our merchants have been receiv
ing a large supply of goods and
more to come, so the iicoplo need
not go from home to purchase. Mr.
Gutridge is painting his store-room
inside and out anil will put up a
sign showing where ho n.ay be
J. W. Talor made a iniss-stroko
tho other day which resulted in a
severe cut on his leg. Hu says it
was an "a."-idout. This may work
beneficially however as this thought
may not wander throuuh tho realms
of fancy and imagination hut will
Ih) centered on the badly disabled
Where are thoso candidates who
want tho "dear people" to vote for
them in June? They had better
come over and show up or wo
might vote for tho llaljor county
fellows. We want them to come so
we can vote intelligently and they
should bring along their little
change as they come or some folks
might make remarks you know.
Parties who have mining tlaimt
are beginning to put in their ap
pearance. Ward it Co. have begun
operations on their Lightning Creek
placer mines. Mr. Ward will have
ids family with him as soon as he
can build a house. The Bowman
placer claims has been sold to an
Knsteru company, and Geo. Atcbi
son with a force of men are at work
preparing for inaehmerv which will
bo erected. Tho machine is an ele
vator nud they propose to make a
success of it.
Wo want a daily mail and better
traveling facilities; we want more
people to come anil cast in their lot
with us; we want men to como in
"blocks of ivo" or more; four of
these must have mustaches and en
ergy, and the other one money. Wo
want men who wish to invest in
mining property to come themselves
and too our country and notdojioiid
on tome quarU sharp, who makes
more on the sale of tho mine than
the seller. We want men of means
to take hold of the mines in this
section and they will see that there
is pay here. We have had enough,
in fact a surfeit of men who with a
dollar and six bits try to do a thous
and dollar buuinoss, and it has be
come monotonous for the men who
work fur such frauds to be compell
ed to file liens, attach, etc., in order
to get their hard earned wages.
Such men are a detriment to the
country, for it heema to persons
abroad that the fault lies with the
mines and country, when in fact it
does not, and when these men are
forced to quit thoy say tho mines
wont pay. Thoy slip away leaving
many anxious inquirers, and go
somewhere else to ilnd another set
of victims. There uro good claims
that may lie bought from tho own
ers at reasonable figures, enough
lower that the difference between
what would be paid and what a
sharp would usk them would be
enough to develop them so thuir
true worths might bo approximated.
Wo want overy man who comes to
make money and stay with us to
spend it; wo want everyone to toll tho
truth about this section or not talk
about it. Wo do not want any one
to think these wants aro all our
wants, or just what one man wants,
but these wants are wants that ev
eryone wants. Wo don't want tho
earth, but wo want our share of it.
Wo !it but lUllolirr IwluW
Hut nt tl'l litlleiur.
Hay harvest has commenced in por
tions of California.
J, Durkhcimer and Copu Uoro mo
visiting Harney county.
Orcgonian: James Stevenson,
the Grant county mining uximrt,
who is making a short visit in Port
land, says that there is more water
available for mining purges in
tho county than in any year since
ISIKI. "Wo intend to turn things
looso this year," lie Haiti. "Wo will
ship any amount of retort gold.
FJk creek will produce about if'JO,
(XX) and Deep and Hig creeks about
I 10,000 each. Klk creek is equip
ped with hydralio works,
C. S. Miller, vs Kobbins A Slenv
ens foreclosure of mortgage; judg
ment and default and decree of fore
closure of mortgage,
l.iim Haskins vs Harrison Has
kins divorce; continued for term.
Klin S)encer vs Anson St'iiecr
divorce; decree of divorce ami
judgment for plaintiff for costs and
Watson it Uigno vs A'. O. Tabor
et nls foreclosure of mortgage;
continued for the term.
Portland Savings Hank vs Win.
Welch et als continued on stipula
Richard Patrum vs Win. Welch
et als same.
First National Hank of Arlington
vs Win. Welch et ali same.
W. W. Loonoy et als vs S. Otton
heiiner el als foreclosure of liens;
default and judgment against joint
projorty and decree foreclosing liens.
LAW IMH KKT.
J. A. Overfelt vs K. Hall on ac
count; continued for the term.
K. ti. lompsou vs John Carrey
promissory note; same.
Sam (Chinaman) vs Thorp ii
Noaleu on account; same.
First National Hank of Heppner
vs John Carrey Promissory note;
judgment rendered during vacation
J. Durkheimer v Co. vs John
Carrey promissory note; continued
Win; Hullock vs Jorn Carrey on
Sperry it Co. vs John Carrey
promissory nolo; same.
Ed. C. Allen vs John Carrey
promissory note; same.
J. II. Hlako vs John Carioy
promissory note; same.
hunk (Chinaman) vs John Cur
rey on account; same.
C. M. Robinson vs Emmet Coelr
ran damages; same.
Kosa Johnson, by Henry Green
her guardian vs J. M. Hamilton
appeal from justices court same.
It, Sweek vs 1J. Sterrit damages;
Sophie Hamsby vs Ncahm v Mo
AulifV damages; dismissed on mo
tiou of pluintiirs attorneys, all costs
Having Ik'cii paid.
Adam Gordon and CJ. W. Porter
vs Jas. Norman and Geo Gundhieh
promissory note; judgment for
til '28.01 ami costs.
Louis Collette vs W. L. Campbell
to set aside judgment; dismissed
on stipulation at plaintiffs cost.
iitiMiN.M. iioi Kirr.
State vs Alva Tuppcrj indictment
No. I larceny by stealing '2 mares;
jury return a verdict of not guilty.
Indictment No. '2 larceny in a
dwelling; dismissed on motion.
Go to thu Hed Front Hiiliard
Hall, Canyon City, for lino wines,
liquors and cigars.
Thu city council of Minneapolis
recently passed an ordinance pro
hibitiu tho erection in Unit city
of any building over 100 feet high.
The Pacific Hrowery's Celebrated
Heer, the best in Eastern Oregon, is
now kept constantly on tap at the
ltcd Front Hillianl Hall.
S7.S0 As all thu newspapers in
this land district are now charging the
old price $7.50 for final proof noti
ces, thu N:ws will after this date
charge the same, which it thu legal
rate nil over Oregon. Contest and
timlicr laud notices 10.00 .
All you havo to do with politi
cal until is let it dry. Thun it
rubs oil quite as easy as other
mud. Stirred while afresh you
make it look worse and harder to
To oxpel the impurities in the
blood and give strength to the sys
tem before the ufleets of warm
weather are felt, use l'fundcr's Ore
gon Hlood Purifier. in-10
A Kansas mini una sout to jail
six mouths for beating his wife.
Ho now has three good meals a
day and enjoys himself playing
high five with the other prisoners,
while his wife is at homo taking in
washing ui'd supjMjrting eight
children. Prosecute tho wife beat
its, "for great shall bo their re
ward in Kansas."
Pkopi.k ok Git a nt Co. I want
you to understand that I have come
to your county seat and opened a
shop with intention to stay here
permanently. Having learned my
trade in Germany 1 am prepared to
put your watches and clocks in tho
iiest" condition possible. If you
waul to keep an export and fully
trustworthy mechanic hero right
along at your command come and
patronize him and do not squander
your money at other places for snide
work. I mean just what I have
Al.llKItT HlNSl ll.
School Teacher Examination.
Notice is hereby given that for
the puroso of making an examina
tion of all iHrsoHH who may offer I
thenibolvcs us candidates for teach-1
ers of the schools of this county,
tho county school superintendent
thereof will hold a public examina
tion at the court house in Canyon
City, commencing on Wcdncsdy,
May 2H, at 1 o'clock p. in. and con
tinuing until Saturday following. !
Dated this loth day of May IH'.IO.
E. Hayks, !
Co. School Supt., Grant Co., Or.,
0. I). IUokard was granted a li
cense to sell liquors in Canyon Cily
preeinel for a jierioii of one year.
James Dilliu was appointed su
pervisor of road district No. IS.
Honds of various road BUjrcrvis
ors were annrovod.
J. 11. Hiiliard granted license to
sell liquors in Granite precinct for
the oriod of six months.
V. A. Hartley waH granted a li
cense to sell lcquors in Union pre
cinct for the period of six nlonths.
J. D. Combs was granted a li
cense to sell liquors in John Day
precinct for the criod of six mouths
lit tho matter of the claim of T.
11. Curl for attorney fees in the cir
cuit court in the case of Swick it
Gilinorovs T. H. Curl, Stock In
sector of Grant county, tho same
was rejected and djsallowed.
The usual amount of business
ALDURMAN SCOQOINS OPINION
OK DR. UARRIN.
DKAI'NKSS, III.IXDNKflS, CATAUUII,
MwTII-HI'OTH, BKI.V-WHKAHUS, 1,1 V-
Kit AN I KIDNKV COMI'iai.STS
AND CANl'Klt CL'IIKI) 11Y
Editor Orcgonian: For live years
prior to calling on Dr. Darriu I
have been duaf in one oar from an
explosion of a gun over my head.
In connection with it I wuh disa
greeably alllictctl with nasal and
throat catarrh. Under Dr. Damn's
electric treatment 1 am cured.
W. A. SconoiN,
27'J Alder St., Portland, Or.
CANCCK 01' Till: NOSK Cl'ltKI).
Editor Oregoniiiu: Last May I
commenced treatment for a scrofu
lous catarrh and cancer of tho nose,
which had been seriously troubling
me for over live years. Dr. Darriu
cured me in three months with elec
tricity and medicine. My wife was
also cured of malaria and liver
complaint and general debility.
Refer to me at Sandy, Or., whore I
am in the real estate business.
IIkniiy Von Hhi.ms.
ALMOST TOTAL lll.lNDNKHS CfllKI).
Editor Oiegonian: For a long
time I had been sorely alllicted
with granulated eyelids. The in
tlaination had become so acute that
I coiijd not see. Ono week's treat
ment by Dr. Damn's new mode of
electric treatment cured me.
Lot is Holland,
MOTH SI'OTS AND SKIN DISKASi: I't'llllll
Editor Orcgonian: For over
twenty years 1 have been troubled
with a skin disease and moth sikiIh
on my person; also livur and kid
ney trouble. Two mouths' homo
treatment by Dr. Darriu has cured
me perfectly. Refer to mo at Salem
Or. Joski'ii I'NiimtwotU).
Drs. Darriu can bo consulted free
nt thu Washington building, corner
of Washington and Fourth streets,
Portland, and Hotel Oaudolof, la-
coma. Hours Ml to o; evenings, i
to S: Sundays 10 to 12. All chron
ic diseases, blood taints, loss of vi
tal K)wer and early indiscretions
permanently cured, though no refer
ences are ever made in the press
concerning such cases, owing to the
delicacy of the patients. Examina
tions free to all, and circulars will
be sent to any address. Charges
for treatment according to patients
ability to pay. Tho poor treated
free of charge from 10 to 11 daily.
All private diseases confidentially
treated and cures guaranteed. Pa
tients at a distance can Imi cured by
homo treatment. Medicines and
letters sent without the doctors'
"Al. Farrow," the Lakoviow horse
won the mile and oiie sixteentli race
in I' l), on the opening day of the
Hlood How meeting at rum V ran
Cisco, April PJth. Tho time is only
1 1 seconds slower than the host
made at the samo distance and
weight, "Farrow" carrying 121
pounds in this nice. He lost the
mile race, the Ifith, which was won
by Almont in 1:11 J. "Farrow
coming in llltli. lie alto won the
mile and three-eighth race or. thu
17th, in 2 :'..
ion ciiifiti:x iiom:iia.
p f iu mi j- k r n,
Wli., Nor. IV,
I liavt) II I Oil
Fl.JaroU till fur
Mltll KT'lt uo
tlio iHw m
I rrcoinmcml It m tun cure II tiiu ,au-l
lao msliy JrlUn. II. A KICKNC,
. llrcilcr nf Tina 1'omI.
For Stablomon and Stockmen.
Cull, t.tlllngi, Orulm, Ipralni, Oilli, Slrtlnt,
Conlrtclloni, Flh Wounii. tlrlaghall. Sera.
Ihrott, Oltlimpar, Colic, Whllloa. Poll till,
f lituli, Tumori, Splint. KlAgbonii mi Spulit
MUicUiarlStijti, Diftctlont taiUitich bettU.
At DuvouiaTi and Ilitaitn.
Till CHARUS A.VOOIURCO.iBtltliairi.lit
S .JACOBS qj
Districts and enumerators for
Dist. 71 Canyon City, John Day
nun .mimic precincts, .w, r.. oiun
Dist. 7f I'nion and Mnrynville
precinels, W. R. 1-isk, enumerator
Dist. i0 Silvies, Hear valley am
Hoschucd, E. O.Stanscll enumerator
Dist. 1 1 Austin, Olivo and Gran
ite, Geo M. Cleaver enumerator.
Dist. 78 Long Crock, Fox,
arm Springs and Susiiuville pre
ducts, C. F. Goir, enumerator.
Dist. 70 Haystack, Monument
and Hamilton precincts, C. G. Cits
Dist. SO South Fork, Rock creek
Mountain creek, Waterman and
Shoolly, W. II. Kelly, enumerator.
J. W. Stua.mii:,
Supervisor ot Census.
Our nuw "ad." from thoenterpriR
ing (inn of Collin it McFarlaud,
Heppner, speaks for itself, and it is
wortlt your while to read tho same.
In order to gain new trade they in
tend presenting a fine large iMwk,
winch retails at f l.UO each, to every
retail purchaser of dry uoods. cloth
ing, boots and shoes, hats etc, to thu
amount of llOO, allowing until
Jan, 1st to make out the amount.
Give them a trial order, when you
send away for goods.
Pacific Hrewcry Ilccr.
Notice is hereby given that I
have this day established an agen
cy for tho sale of tho Heer manufac
tured at the Pacific Hrowery, linker
City, Or., within tho county of
Grant in Canyon City, and that Mr.
II. Stausell is the authorized mana
ger of said Depot. All orders from
Grant county for this celebrated
beer, cither in bottles or kegs, will
be filled by Mr. Stausell.
Proprietor Pacific Brewery, Baker
Decoration day, the !!0th of May,
will bo observed by Gen'l Hancock
Post No. .'II, G. A. R., in conjunc
tion Willi the iteliitfit I'ltililrim nf
John Dav and Ciuivon Citv. nt the
court house in Canyon City, Or., at
one o'clock p. m. All nrii invited.
By Oudi.ii or Post.
Call ami Sec the llarncsa Maker.
As I intend loaviug Grant county .
about Juno 1st all those who are in i
debteil to too will please call and set-'
tie their accoiinlH before Hint date.
In thu meantime, all who desire
goods in my line can buy cheap.
Canyon City, Or., May 1, 18110.
U. S. Utiil OifiL', lliirix. Or. A ill 1, Im.
CHiitlut lia, Ing cnttrnl l tliii nrltce l'r
John 1. hulllritu rlhil W. II, t'l.rrnUr fur ku.
ilonlnir lil. UuMmtniJ ISntrr No. I ml it.tnl M.j
i, md, u-'ii iii i: 1 1 sw i-i tmi v 1 1 si: t i
Siv.M1 13 N It 33 V., In Qixtniuul), Or-gun,
ollli lrw In the iMiicrlljliim ill ..lil rntrj ; I lnj
UI uitl ro liibj -uiiiiiiuut.1 tu .imr at
IliU uttlC'i imi lt, 7lli ilar il Juno. Iwi, ! lu
o't-liKk a, m , tu rrixilnl mil fuiiilak It.llliinn)
cunnriiliir Mll allrtoil atiUtiim-iit Ami lil
iMrtlin Mill lurllirr Inkn malm that I'hll Mulftluu
vuillit)' tlilk i.l l.t-nl r-iunt), Or . liCfll 11. iH
llll. Iilliril I.) tli rrcl-lir i.l till- i.lllrx In taVo
lie Ir.llllil.l.t of .mil lllnr.a-a at rlllirr tltj
mi) t-rlinr Ulnrti lilm fur lll iiurMa at Ma ullKv
In Caii) mi I'll) , (ir, on May -tu ll t lu
u'lUcl a. in
J. II. III'NTIMITON, llr;liltr
J, DURKHIIYIR & GO'S,
Prairie Oilij - - - Oregon.
Wo ask a call from all who wish to purchase, and frimrautee our
prices tho samo as at any Hailroad point, with addition of Freight.
You can always liud a Complete Stock of (ioods, mid wo will
iiinke it to your iuiercat to (ratio with us. Kuapcctfully.
,lM)Ulih'UElM lilt ,SCa.
MITCH KM. SMITH.
(Ct I a?
RIFLES SHOT GUNS & REVOLVERS.
Tho Mosl Complolo Lino of Ammunition in Eastern Oregon.
Sights by Mail.
Diamonds Watches Clocks Jcwclrv Silverware
nun a inn line oi iMiisicni insiriimeniK.
Farm for Sale.
Containing 2000 acres of hind in
ono bodv; commences within ono
mile of Ciuivon City, (J rant Co., Or.
Tit In. V. S! nalcnt. About S00
aca-s of this is good plow land, tho
rest is uriuimc land. Iinprovinenls
consist in part as follows: A first
class dwelling 1 J slory frnme; soven
rooms and well linlHlied, n wood
shed, stone milk-houso 12x20 and a
room on top of it samo eho; ono
umibii.liAiice duo barn, main 1)0(1 V
27x70, stable on one side nnd wag
on shed on the other, both full
Icnuth. Chicken houses, hog pons,
v.Mt.ilnliln eellnr. .100 frllit trCCH 111
good growing condition; over half
of them bearing. There is nbout
10 lillleM felli'Mlir Oil till" IllllCO. 01110
rail and audio iost, board and wire;
ono sheep-shed ICO feet long, which
will hold 2000 sheep, ami ono 01
tin, I iiu I iliiuiinir at-rnni'iiniMiita ill
this county, also corrals, cnbiiiH and
- .. ..!... I .....I
range privueuges lur niuiiniui
winter Them in nlentv of rilllllilltr
M-ninr j,, (lie mminro tin' vear round
also a ditch for irrigating which af
ford plenty of water in tho foro part
of Iho season. We have raised fall
rvo S feet liieli ineiilillled. nnd OUT
wheat took tho diploma at Now Or-
leans bxposition, noin were grown
without irrigation at all. Thero nro
now nlhiiit ICO acres sown to rye,
wheat, and barley, growing fine.
The county seat with i! excellent
iiublio school is within ono mill) of
the dwelling, and John Day town
and limiting mills not more man
two miles distant. The price of
wheat raiiKes from $1 tn!fl.2opor
bushel, and hay from $10 to-fld
er ton, barley i to 2 cts. por Ihin
this market the year round; at pres
ent all these things nre u good deal
I ! alt I li
mgncr. i lie place win do koiii nt u
bargain. Thero is also a speiulid
horse and cattle range for 20 iniloH
lmek rif lilni'ii ('iii)un fur Hiillimr.
- i ni
(hutth of a brother and partner,
I.'..- A. .11 .!. ...I ...1.1
riir iiirtiier ini tiutiiurx, iiiiiircrm
Iko. A. Lii:iii:, Thu Dalles, Or., or
,'. II. Likiii:, Portland, Or.
(SKI), (it XDI.ACII it BltO.
Canyon City, Or., April 2(1, KSSIO.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
UihI Ollkti at U (lnei.ln. Or.
April KO, ml.
S'nlln- I.l. .rrliv mini thai llii fulliliiT iianuil
arltlar liaa tllril imIIcu uf lila llilmitltht In n.iilnililii
ainl iiukriliml eriMif lit itiniHirl of til a rlalm aiul ilul
alii priM III Im ma. In Mum I lie Oiimt) cirri il
iiraill l-ii., nr., l iiitihi i;ni , nr., nil Jllltii T.
I kwi, Frnnk Olllolntul. iwwi fr (l.o
,SW 1-1 Hj K i i It H II i i: W M.
Urn hiiiiaa Ina IaI lining witneaaM tit tauiu lila
ruulliiiiMK nal.UiH ii-iii. aiul tnltiiatloii uf,
aaiil lanil, Mi: wiihiii l.iillon, All'lrau I.iillim,
Jutrpli Ijiltun. UIMUiii Jutiifa. ut lit I'm. Ilrnnt
Aui tialailll kIiii lll lltcl tn l.li.lr.l au-lllut llm
allimatiui ut aiirli pruul.ur mIiii krtuaa u( am auli-
laiillil traaiiii, iniilrr tint Ian ami lli ri'tfiilailuiK
i.l tlio llitillur llrplllliiHil, ),) aiu-ti iiinif aluHll.l
nut bo alluniil, v. lit li kIii.ii an iH'li'Hiiliill) at tint
alNivi tiirtiituiml limn ait.1 tlaiai lu i-roaa-raiiiilita
ilia a.iiraauf ailil ilaliiiaut, an. I luullcr i'i ItU-nro
In raliultal i.l lliat iiibtulitwl Ii) lUlmaiil.
Oil IIKNIIY IIINCII.Mir, ItCiiUUr.
NOTICE FOB lMlBIJOATIOaX.
IaihI uflltc at Tim DalKa, (Irrgnii,
A.r. HI, 1M).
Notice Ii l.cfvl.,-uWuii lliu tho lulluwluj iiaiunl
Iclllrr lia lllnl liiillia uf lila llilrnlluii In niaki- Hull
irii In ui..ltol lila .Win. nn. I I list aaiil ,m.(
will l ma. ir 'h-I.iic IIh (miily JiiiUa at Caniuii
Clly Dr. mi Juiis 7, l, ila: Wlllliuu Fry,
( Itolrl. Or , 1 1 U m, lu.' till) Ml' 1-1 Sri' Tli It
S It 23 I. W il.
Ila niliira Hie (hIIixiIiii; llma to iruvi lila
i-unllliiioiia IMlilrliw iiiuii, ami iillllrallnu uf. aalit
l.u.l, ill. I, Krctiin, Wm M IVanualii, I. Tiiiiii
tor, A. It. uiiiilicll, all uf Caloli, nr.
Any 'cr..i tilm Ui. Ina in iruirit arnlnul Ilia
aliiaiii ut audi .ri.uf. or aim ki uaa r any mil
ilanllal rraauii, uiHltr ll.r law ami (raiilmliiiia nl
lliu Inturlor ilruitminl. liy a.irh )niu( .Ii.iiiI.I
ln.t i alluanl, Hill Lt iiliun mi iiiirliinit)' nt
Ilia abuia fiiahtluiir.l time ami plar til rrna. viam.
lliu lie. lillni'Mca uf ral.l ilkliiiant, nml Hi iill'i.r I'll-ili.-ll.-u
III rubultal al that illnullUil I.) i'lalllimil
Oil Julia V. 1.1.M la, lliil.ti.r.
WM. A. H. l l.AIIKi:
j i arise.)
J. B. (lardner.
A Full Lino of
hooks, Hies, hhIh,
lines, reels, olo.
Fly hooks jior
doz., TjOo, by mail.
ItEPAIJlJjYCr A SrtiCMLTY.