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About Grant County news. (Canyon City, Or.) 1879-1908 | View Entire Issue (May 22, 1890)
THE GRANT COUNTY HEWS,
Thursday, May 22.
Now ndverthicmciiU thii week.
Horn, May 17tli, 1890, to wife of
II. 11. (luormey, a (laughter.
M!m Douthit lias jt received
nnother Invoioo of Spring .Millinery, f
TIio Now Hotel has again changed
linndii, Mrs. F. M., Stark being tliu
Tho Hunts Herald diiplayi credit
nble enterprise ly iwuing a iioom edi
tion of eight pagoi.
Upper South Fork people nro highly
olnted nt the prospect of a tri-weckly
mail coininencing the first of July.
We frequently receive the Hakcr
City dailies tho fifth day after ptibli
cation. What ails our mail service!
H. llyram is preparing to lloat a
fow hundred cords of wokI down tho
ci-eok for town resident next winter.
Mr. Win. Pago ha returned to
Hnrnoy county and will nk for a
speedy trial, say tho Harney Items.
In tho trospim case last week the
second jury found the defendant guilty
and tho justice imposed a lino of $5
mil casts, which was the lean pen
alty. Tho placor ground which Clark and
Trowbridge were preparing to work is
claimed by other parties n school lnnd
and a long season of litigation may
Tom Curl informs us that his fnthcr
Hart Curl is still suflcring from his
lato iiaralytio stroke, tho entir left
side of his Inxly being without feeling
or muscular strength,
Tho Democrat claims for Hakcr
county a ?100,000 debt Grant coun-
ty's debt will hardly reach those fig
ures now, but tliu question might be
appropriately asked, whither are we
Tho Ni:ws has not boomed any can
didate on cither ono of tliu county
tickets, but without fear of successful
contradiction wu aru willing to asset t
that Dr. N. II. Holoy will bo elected
our next county treasurer.
Judge Clillbrd and tho devil or tho
light-weight striker for tho Nkws,
departed for Harnoy last Saturday, tho
former to sit on the judicial liench and
the latter to take an "outing," visit
relatives, and rusticate generally.
Win. Dorman, postmaster at Dor
man way down on tho John Day is in
trouble with tho U. S, for refusing to
deliver mail. A young man in that
noighWhood alleges that Dorman holds
a spito against him and refuses to give
him his letters.
Thursday Mr. A. E. Eaton, of Un
ion, tho owner of tho htolou horsos
which Joo Combs bought, came to town
us a witness and the preliminary ex
amination preceded. The thiuf was
hound over in the sum of 800, which
IkjiuI ho has not given.
Tho Union Party has purchased n
column of our stwco in which to dis
play its principles, and wo are printing
1000 election tickets for tho now
party. They have not made any nom
inations for county oIliceiH, but will
select men from the other two tickets.
Wo are reliably informed that an
nltercaliou occuraed at lng Creek
recently between two prominent citi
zens of tho town, when M. S. Jturko
fctuck a jack knife into.M. S. Keeney's
neck, narrowly missing tho jugulai.
Prolwbry loth were at fault, and no
arrests were made.
Wo aio about to securo a jwtent on
a now invention of an infernal ma
chine which is to bo placed in an en
velope and sent to thoso who "refuso"
tho paper after taking it five yturs
without paying for it. Tho machine
oxplodus and kills tho whole family
and the fragments fall in tho yard and
kill tho dog.
When tho census man comes around
remember hu'is not the assessor, and
tho infoi mation you give him cannot
h'- used for the purposes of taxation.
Wo am in receipt of information from
tho supervisor of tho census to this
ell'ect, and it is hoped that none will
Ihi deterred from giving full and accu
rate statements of their property and
Dr. N. II. Young was tried in Jus
tico Hulison'H court last Monday for
threatening to kill three mon and a
woman, residents of Fox valley. Ho
still expressed a desire to engage in
tliu wholesalo butcher' business "if it
wasn't for his wife and child," and tho
justice very properly fixed his lionds
at $r00, which amount is no doubt
equivalent to a $5,000 bond.
Some of tho lxya wero over from
tho .Malheur this week, among them
John Kolioitsou and Frank Kingsbury,
who report things not as booming in
tlto country as they might lw, Tho
past hard winter cast a shadow of
p;loom ovej portions of tho northwo.it,
but taking everything into considera
tion this is too good a country to feel
the ellects of it many years.
An old lxild headed Mormon is up
in Montana masquerading and making
tho Cheyeuuo Indians beliovu ho is a
second Christ. If tho teachings of this
now Christ aro more easily observed
than tho words of Ho whom tho world
has accepted as tho Saviour how
many whites as well as Indians there
nro who stand ready to switch oil' und
follow the now one. Tho military
authorities apprehend trouble with tho
Indians, however, and aro searching
fof their naw leader, !
Examination of applicants for teach
ers' certificatcii next Wlnosday.
Fourth of July oters neatly and
promptly printed in colors at this
Tho only improvement going on in
tho city is a roof on Lucas' residenco
and that has already gono on.
Mr. Hlackinnn did n mailing bus
iness in wool and jwlts during his
visit to Hums, says tho Herald.
Don't bo n clam. If you liavo to
bo anything of the kind be n imid
turtle and havo some snap to you.
Tommy McEwnn camo over last
week accomjwnio-' by tho now mail
contractor who wns viowing tho
Work is progressing on tho Haker
City street railway, which will give
that booming town n metropolitan
The Pacific Hrowory's Celebrated
Hcor, the best in Eastern Oregon, is
now kept constantly on tap at the
Red Front Hillinrd Hall.
The mil political fight of tho sbttc
seems to bo against Gov. Thompson,
who tho naughty democratic prow
designates as S Thompson.
1 no railroad project JrOm I law it
City to Sumpter valloy is still Iming
agitated, anil it is thought work will
Ih) commenced at an early day.
A Wyoming Territory stngo driv
er recently killed a wildcat weigh
ing 100 poundfl by taking off his
wooden leg and using it as a wenion
1). H. Fiak who now resides at
Hakcr City, wns hero on business
this week, nml siicnkB about Victor
Mowers in his ad. in nnother col
Congress proposes to spend a mil
lion dollars to ascertain the amount
of farm mortgages in this country
It will be interesting and valuable
Lilo is not a question, of years
but of consciousness. Somo mon
simply exist for four-score years
then pass out ot tnc world ami are
as little missed ns a forest leaf.
Tho assny ollice nt Hoiso City,
says tho Statesman, is tho only one
in tho United Mines where less than
five ounces of gold is assayed and
stamped for the benefit of miners
In Wnllown county a boy named
Lafayette Wright wns convicted of
stealing three dollars worth of wins
key from a saloon nnd sentenced to
ono nnd one-half years in tho peni
Within the next few days the
secretary of tho treasury will re
quest congress to make tho nppli
cation immediately available to de
port Chinese captured in attempt
ing to cvauo tho exclusion net.
A careless cook in a careless fam
ily in North Curolina, whore strych
nine was Kepi in inu cunnoarn, in
advertently reaching for soda, got
the poison, and as a result tho whole
family died. Sad to relato, tho
Haptonstall, Dart t Co. havo re
ceived a portion of their spring stock
of goods, and will deliver fieo of
extra charge to customers rosidini
within three miles of their store.
Their wagon runs to town every day,
and orders given to tho driver will
bo promptly filled.
A man who was hunting near
Holland, Mich., the other day, got
so mad at tho stupidity of his dog
that lie threw his gun at him. The
gun struck the ground with a
thump, was discharged and thirty
bird shot went into the hunter's leg.
Moral; bo patient with your dog.
How much longer this perverse and
untoward generation will I hi annoyed
by-slow mails, slow freight and slow
development can only bo conjectured,
but tho signs of tho times point sig
nificantly to tho fact that Itotlt tho
Union Pacific and tho Oregon Pacific
havo an eye on tho corner between the
Malheur river and Mount Hood.
Haystack valley is farther away
from its own county seat owing to the
abeencn of roads than it is from any
other part of Oregon, therefore wo find
this bit of news in the Fossil Journal
Ion;; hoforn any ono hero has learned
it: John Huusacker, a citizen of Hay
stack, was indicted, tried and convic
ted for horso stealing a year oi so ago,
Tho county of Grant, wo aro informed,
sold homo of his horses' to pay the costs
incurred in his conviction. His case
was carried to tho supremo court, and
ho to tho penitentiary. Ho obtained
a now trial and a special term was
culled in May to try him. It was u
ground hog caso with Grant county
now to convict him or pay him full
value for tho horses it had sold. Word
now conies from Haystack, however,
that the caso was longer Kistponcd
and that Hunsacker's caso was dispos
cd qf in another way. On rounding
up horses tho ueiglilors found several
mora head of well known horses that
llunsaokor had been fooling with by
blotching the old brands and putting
his own brand on them. This so en
raged tho people that a committee of
vigilantes sprang up and gave Huu
sacker the choice of tho two routes
ono of which was tho ropo route. Ho
chose tho other, nnd "got." Ho will
lo lynched if ho over returns.
To the Public.
I desire to express my lionrtfelt
grutitude to the people of this com
munity, and especially to the ladies,
for their kindness to mo on the oc
casion of my late sad bereavement.
Mns. Annik HllIKU,
SINQULAR, BUT FATAL.
Samuel Sired Tails Uetween the Car of
Moving Train and Perishes.
SAD AND SII0CKIN0 NEWS TO ALL
Last Saturday forenoon nt .r
lincton Mr. Samuel Sired n resident
of this place mot with n mishap
which resulted in his instantaneous
death. Mr. Sired was on his wny
to Portland to attend the session of
tho grand lodge of I. O. O. K. nni
had just nrrived by tho train from
Iloppncr, nnd wns in the net of
boarding the overland train when
ho sIi'pihhI and fell between two
cars nnd only his lifeless body was
picked up by his friends.
The particulars attending this
sad catastrophe as we havctbecu
nble to lenrn, are that previous to
tho departure of tho train Mr. biret
was standing on the deiiot platform
conversing with Phil Mctschnn who
was at Arlington, and whon tho
train wns about to start he hud to
go n few steps nftcr his valise, ntu
oy that time the cars were in mo
lion, lie stemieu upon I lie rear
step of the car ahead of him, nnd
tho hand in which ho held his va
lise must havo slipped from the
railing, for ho lost his balance. In
attempting to snvo himself he np
parently tried to Bwing nround in
ordor to reach the Bten of the next
car. but missed it and was nrecini
tated between the mils, the trucks
doubling him over, but it was Blip
posed that the fall broke Ins neck
The train wns ftopiied almost im
mcdiatelv, but not until ono or two
sets of trucks had passed over his
legs which lay across tho rail.
When thoso who witnessed the
fatal fall but were liowerless to rcn
dor aid, reached the lifeless remains
tho body wns projwrly cared for,
nnd an inquisition held by the cor
oner of Gilliam county, after which
tho body wns placed in n fiuo casket
and, put aboard tho Heppncr
train which through tho courtesy of
conductor Carrington had been held
almost two hours for the completion
of details attendant on those who
had n sad duty to perform, and ne
compnnied by Mr. Henry Hlackwell
nnd a gentleman named Putnam
Arriving nt Hepnncr Saturday eve
ning they immediately procured n
team and started for this place, ur
riving here between eleven nnd
twelve o'clock Sunday night.
The funeral took place from Odd
Fellows hall at -I p. in. Monday,
conducted by inemners of the order,
nnd was attended by mentis from
all parts of tho valley who ossein
bled to pav their last respects to
one who from his long residenco
among them they knew to be the
same noble, generous and charitable
soul every day in the yenr.
Mr. Sired loaves to mourn n wife
nnd three little girls, nnd had tho
community IobI any other member
in a similar manner wo could not
have received;S5 greater shock nor
nnve leu iub joss more deeply.
Time for tho porigrinating jed
dler to make his annual visit.
(ioto tho lted Front Billiard
Hall, Canvon City, for fine wines,
liquors and cigars,
Our new "ad." from tlio enterpris
ing firm of Collin tt McFarland,
Hennner. sneaks for itself, and it is
worth your while to rend the same.
In order to gain new trade they in
tend presenting a lino large book,
which retails at $-1.00 each, to every
retnil purchaser of dry eoods, cloth
ing, boots and shoes, lints etc., to the
amount of $25.00, allowing until
Jan. 1st to make out the amount.
Ciivo them n trial order, when you
send away for goods.
I'KOI'I.K OV (j KANT Co. I Wllllt
you to understand that I have comu
to your county seat and opened a
shop with intention to stay here
iermaneutly. Having learned my
trade in Germany 1 am prepared to
put your watches nnd clocks in tho
Lest condition possible. If you
want to keep an export and fully
trustworthy mechanic hero right
along at your command come and
patronize him nnd do not squander
your money at other places for snide
work. 1 mean just what I havo
1 AI.IIKUT lIl.SSCH.
Pacific Drewcry Deer.
Notice is hereby given that I
havo this dav estnblished an neon-
ey for the sale of tho lleor manufac
tured nt tho Pacific Hrewery, Haker
City, Or,, within tho county of
Grant in Canyon City, nnd that Mr.
11. btaiiBcII is the authorized mana
ger of said Depot. All orders from
Grant county for this celebrated
beer, either in bottles or kegs, will
be filled by .Mr. Slansell.
Proprietor Pncific Hrewery, Hnkor
NOT10E OF APPOINTMENT OF
ASSIGNEE FOlt INSOLVENT
Notice is hereby given to nil por
tions wliom it my concern, time, on
tho :tOth day of March, 1890, by dood
of goncral assignment, John Carrey
nu insolvent debtor of Fox, Grant
county, stato of Orogoii, duly assign
ed to tho undorxigucd, all his prop
erty for tho boiioilt of his creditors,
and that tho uudoraiguod 1ms duly
qualified ns such assiguno ami enter
ed on tho duties of said office.
Dated Long Ciook May 10, 1800.
0. S. DllhTIN,
BEAR VALLEY CLIPPINGS.
May HI, lS'JO.
Everything looks fine.
Who is Greenhorn! is tho wonder
ing cry. What has becoino of Vox!
Mrs. h. Thibault nnd Miss Ollio
Landrcth sent a few days of last
week in Canyon City.
A couple of Silvies valley boys
made n lew ol llio girls in Hear n
call last Sunday nnd Monday.
Dr. Wnlsh has employed Gcorgo
Sams to liuild mm n hue residence
on his ranch. Some hopes of a Dr.
in Hear yet
PAIN IN HIS STOMACH g YEARS,
Ami How He Was Cured by the New
MoJe of Treatment by Kleclil
eity Other Wonder
Editor Orcgoninn: For uino
years I have been seriously alllicled
with a pain in my stomach. Noth
ing I over tried for it did mo nnv
good. Dr. Dnrrin cured mo with
homo treatment in five weeks by
his new mode of treatment by elec
tricity, nnd medicines. I can be
seen at Molialla, Clacknmns county,
Oregon. IIomkh Tiu'I.mxiikii.
Mr. William Roht'a Wondetful Cure.
Mr. Editor: This is to certify
that Dr. Darrin has cured mo of
chronic nasal nnd throat catarrh,
by electricity und medical treat
ment. I reside at tho New York
hotel, Front nnd H streets, Port
laud. William Hoiut.
Amicted With Catarrh Six Yeati.
Editor Orcgoninn: I wish to tes
tify in behalf of Drs. Dnrrin andtell
of tho wonderful cure thov perform
ed on me, for catarrh of" six years
standing. I am happy to say I am
perfectly cured, tAnl can bo referred
to four miles out of Oregon City,
Or. Postolllce address Oreiron Citv.
IiKSTKii M. Lkland.
Drs. Darrin can be consulted free
nt tho Washington building, comer
of Wnshington and Fourth streets,
Portland, nnd Hotel Gnudolof, l a-
coma. Hours 1U to : evenings, 7
to 8: Sundays 10 to 12. All chron-
ic disenses, blood tnints, loss of vi
tal power nnd early indiscretions
permanently cured, though no refer
ences aro over made in tho press
concerning such enses, owing to the
delicacy of the patients. Examina
tions free to all, and circulars will
be sent to nny nddrcss. Charges
lor treatment according to patients
ability to pay. The iwor treated
freu of charge from 10 to 11 daily.
All private diseases confidentially
treated nnd cures guaranteed. Pa
tients at a dislnnco can bo cured by
homo treatment. Medicines anil
letters sent without the doctors'
Clothing nnd dross goods cheap for
cash at H. I). A Co s,
Out of the Many.
Tho experience of a railroad man
is tho best, when given as freely oa
the following, on a certain subject:
Ollicial Gen'I agent, Atchison. To-
)okn, Santu Fe It. It. Co., '212 Clark
St., Chicugo, 111., Jan. 10th, 1SU0.
"I havo used n great deal of St Ja
cob's Oil and find it tho best rcm-
ly for rheumatism out of tho
many l huvo used. It has entirely
cured me." Wm. H. Hkkkman.
School Teachers Examination,
Notice is herebv given that for
the puroso of making an examina
tion of nil persons who may offer
themselves as candidates for teach
ers of the schools of this county.
tho county school suorintendcnt
thereof will hold a public examina
tion nt tho court house in Canyon
City, commencing on Wednosdy,
May 28, at 1 o'clock p. m. nnd con
tinuing until Saturday following.
Jated this loth day or Mny lo'JO.
Co. School Supt., Grant Co., Or.,
Call and See the Harness Maker.
a I intend leaving Oraut county
about Juno 1st all thoso who nro in
debted to mo will ilcasu call and sot-
tlo their accounts beloro that dato.
In tho meantime, nil who desiro
goods in my lino can buy cheap,
Canyon City, Or., May 1, 1800.
NOTICE FOR PUHLIUATION
ImuI 0(IU l llurni, Dirjon.
ir u, l mo.
N'otlr li IimiW k'llcn tlutt the fuMoaliie-iitmcd
Mllltr ! ttllcl nolle of lila Inttnttui lu intVa
fllul I'Hiof In Url u( Ml rlalui, anj Out tiltl
woof will lit mill Ixfora Ilia cuunlr iudk-a of
(Irani count)', Or, ur In 1ndn Imfurt llio
county clerk at t.anvon CHjr, or, on J una SH, Ituo,
. jnoKson onnmoora, iw no. ,
(ur tin SW 1-4 Set) M T 15 a) It 30 K.
lis i.mnta the following wllneaui to proro lilt
cuitlnuoui rcaltlciit-o UH)li, nt uulMtallori of,
a-il.l land. John IlelLurctr. Win. W Stout.
Jainca Uattou, Jwlm I' Mulrare, all of lllinlon, Or.
S II J. II. lllTiTIMITON, llaimUr
NOTICE FOlt PUHLIOATION.
Und Offlr. at U (lian.lc. Or.
Majr 3, I (00.
.Vollra It litrlr cltrn that tht follolnr nmnl
aattlrrJiaa filed notlca of Ida Intention Ut mala
Dual uroof lu iunrt of liU claim, and that aaUl
Moot III U madi before the rouulr ildV of (Irant
cvuntyOr., at Canyon. City, Or., on Jnna Ti, uo,
l: Itobort Jpaan Stookdnlo I'HbWHnr
K half N K iirtitH, II, N lu.l ,NW
qr &? 13 1
12 U 1117 i. Vi .M.
Ua iiamra tlx following ltiicra to (irotra lila
itliiuou) roaldtncu Uon, and cultivation of, M
Und, I Allan ! hnydct, (.'llflau K Clan, lUnl
M llurtou, lllcuard S Snyder, all of Ilaytllle, Or.
Any i-efton who dcilrit to ( rotc.t ajalntt Ilia
allooauco of audi (iroof, or who knowa of any
tiiljiUnllal reaion, under tba latr ami rtzuUtloua
of the Interior liopirtraent, why euch oroufahouid
not Le alluwrd, will bo glien an otiuortuult) at the
abota luentlaned tluia aiidla lu croei eiauilua
tna wltueeeoe of aald daliuaul, and Wotlirttl.
deuce u rituttl of that luliuiltleVl by vlalmahl.
I'll IIK.NItT lll.NCIl.Mir, HeiUHf,
THE UNION PARTY'S COLUMN.
UJMOW PA liTY TJCKJCT:
Congress, J. A. Hum:, of Henton.
Sec. of State N Pikiick, of Umnlilln.
Trens. K. F. Wai.kkh, of Jackson.
School Supt. T.
Supt. T. C. Joiiv, of Marion.
St. Prin. J.A.Powkii, of Multnomah.
W11KHKA8, Tho three great objects
of government nro to securo to tho
citizens the rights of life, liberty
and projK-rty, nnd,
Wiikiikah, Thoso rights are im
paired and iniK)rilled by tho evils
of class legislation, tho Union Party
of Oregon, representing the united
opiwsition to these united evils,
ndopt the following
Hcsolved, 1st: That tho Govern
ment establish n national monetary
system by winch n circulating me
diuni in necessary quantity shall is
sue direct to tho iieople; that nil
moneys issued, whether gold, silver
or paper, shall lie full legal tender
payment of all debts both public
2nd: We demand that nil char
lored toriwrations created by law for
tho lransK)rtntion of passengers
products nnd intelligence, be regu
lated or owned bv tho nation or state
so as to prevent iiuiust exactions
nnd discriminations against ersoiis
plnees or products.
iird: Thut ns tho present tariff
system robs tho iioor mnii for tho
benefit of the manufacturer and the
rich, and that it is one of the great
causes of present monoiiolies: there
fore the present system should bo
abolished or so revised as to ctpial
ize its burdens.
lib: That tho Government
should establish n government laud
system that will restoreto the public
domain an unearned tanti grams, 10
bo reserved for actual settlers; that
will limit the acquirement of public
land to no acres to each nerson en
titled to its osscssion; that corpora
tions 01 wnaiever name or nature,
shall havo no more land than is
necessary for thorn to ellirienlly
conduct their business, and that no
alien shall bo allowed to acquire any
laud in the United States.
Titli: 'Flint tho saloon system is
both a cause and an ell eel of pover
ty, nnd is the chief instrument by
which monoiiolies corrupt our poll
tics nnd jwrpetunto themselves, ami
that we stand committed to aboli
tion of tho Honor trullic ns n moral
nnd economic evil nnd u barrier to
all social and political reform,
Gth:-That tho Government should
require of foreigners a definite test
of knowledge ot our institutions as
a condition of cituomdiin, and
should, ns far as practicable, pro
vide that citizenship, character and
intelligence, and these only, shall
bo tho qualifications of n voter.
7th: That wo demand tho adop
tion of the Australian ballot system
as advocated by tho ballot reform
leaguo of Oregon.
)Sth: Thnt wo declare tho mod
ern trusts and other combinations
for maintaining artificial prices to
bo conspiracies against tho common
welfare, nnd that they should bo
ilth:-That the Government should
provide for such arbitration as will
prevent strikes and other injurious
methods of settling labor disputes;
protect employes from bodily injury:
provide that equal pay bo received
for equal work for both soxes, and
that labor, njjricultuntl and co-operative
associations should be fostered
nml encouraged by law; and tho
wages of tho laborer bo secured as
far us iiossiblo by giving him llio
first lei 11 on the valuables he creates.
10th: That a graduated income
tax is tho most equitable system of
taxation, placing tho burden of gov
ernment on those who can best af
ford to pay, instead of laying it on
tho farmers nnd producers nnd ex
empting millionaires, bondholders
11th: That wo denounce tho
non-taxable bond as a criminal tie
vice by which, with or without tho
guilty connivan'co of assessors, the
wealth of the unscrupulous escapes
taxation. Wo therefore demand
that the further issue of non-taxable
bonds, whether stato or municipal,
he prohibited by law; nnd that tho
assessment laws of tho state be so
modified ns to forbid deduction for
such indebtedness ns is not taxable
within the state, nnd that nil prop
erty bo assessed in proportion to its
12th; Thnt wo favor an iiincud
mcnt to tho constitution providing
for the election of federal senators
by direct voto of tho people.
L'lth: That tho morlgogo tnx lnw
should bo so amended that the
mortgage must bear the collector's
stump before it can bo cancelled.
Mth: 1 lint wo aro in favor or
declaring eight hours n Iegnl day's
labor in factories, mines and work
shops, and on public works,
NOTICE FOlt PUHLIOATION.
Iik1 Ottlca at t. Orainla Or,
Uey t, 1 10.
Voile la hereby iUcii that the folUwIn iiimul
ac t tier liu 1111 notlro of Ma (Mention to make
final ru..f In eutiU)t of hie claim, ami that eald
jiriK( will b laade before the county slerk of (Irenl
oui.t). Or., at I'atiKxi ( II), Dr. nu July 1, law),
! Will bint J. Diin.tou, I) H So kSII.
for the Shall Ntt in .Sh'nrSH or .SW or St; f
fce 4T. II H It SI l; W M
lie naiuia the following Mllnveeea to (irote Me
contluuoue rceldene uikiii, aiid rultltallon of.
eaM laa.1, l: K J lUrley. J I'areou. All MclloUe
J J Urlnton, all of l'ralilo Cllr Or.
Any reou uhu drelrce to proteal aealnit Oie
alluwane of euch. proof, or who knowe of au
eubetantlal rcauiii, under the law and reifulalloni
of the Interior lenaitiuenl. by euch proof ehuuld
not be allowed, will beglten au rppurlunfty at the
aboia tnentluned lime and ihue to tion eieuilne
Ibo wltneeeeeof eU claimant, and to oflir el
deuce In rebuttal of that autuiiltttd bi claimant.
I II IlK.NUV KINEUAItT, lleIIUr.
Farm for Sale.
Containing 2000 acres of lnnd In
ono Itodv; commences within one
mile of Canyon City, Grunt Co., Or.
Title. U. S. patent. About 800
acres of this is good plow lnnd, the
rest is grazing hind. Improvmonts
consist in nnrt ns follows: A first
class dwelling H story frame, seven
rooms nml well finished, a wood
shed, stone milk-houeo 12x20 nnd n
room on top of it same size: one
smoke-hoove, one barn, main body
27x70, stable on ono side nnd wag
on shed on the other, both full
length. Chicken houses, hog pens,
vegetable cellar, 1UO fruit trees in
good growing condition; over half
of them bearing. There is about
10 miles fencing on the place, some
rnu and fouio ost. board nml wire;
one sheep-shed 150 feet long, which
will hold 2000 tdiccp, nml one of
the best dipping arrangements in
this county, also corrals, cabins and
range priviledges for summer anil
winter. There is plenty of running
wnter in tho pasture tho year round
also n dllcu lor Irrigating which af
ford plenty of water in the fore part
of tho season. We have raised fall
rye S feel high measured, nnd our
wheat look the diplomn nt New Or
lenus Exposition, both wero grown
without irrigation nt nil. There arc
now about 1.10 acres sown to rye,
wheat, ami barley, growing fine.
Tho county seal with Its excellent
public school is within one niilo of
the dwelling, nnd John Day town
and (louring mills not more than
two miles distant. Tho prico of
wheat ranges from if 1 to $ 1 .25 iter
bushel, and liny from $10 to? 10
per ton; barley 1 to 2 els. per lb in
this market the year round; nt pres
ent all these things arc n good deal
higher. Tho place will be sold at n
bargain. There is also a spendid
horso nnd cattle range for 20 miles
back of place. Cause for selling,
death of a brother and partner.
For further particulars, address
Gr.o. A. Limn:, Tho Dalles, Or., or
T. II. Likiik, Portland, Or.
Gi:o. Gu.vni.AiMi .t Hiio.
Canyon City, Or., April 20, 1800.
NOTICE FOlt PUHLIOATION
Land OfflM at Hume, Ot.
Jlay 0. (mm,
KoiIim la hernliy altou Ihtt the following named
tiller hae Slnl imtlre of hie Intention lu make
dual pivot In aupMiit of hie ilalm, ami that aald
root will be uw.de before tho munly clerk of
llrant county Or. at On) on Cllr, Or viijunats
Wet, tin Mlrnm Urnnoon, !'. I s No.
6133 for Hi NW or SK .r, t! half SW nr SW ur SW
i.rSec II T. 138 It 31 K.
He naiuce the following ttflueaiee to prove tile
Olitliiiiniie rceklanro unon and tultltatlon of.
aald land, til.' Milton Unwell, I.T White, I'rcU
Aiuccke, W II lli reflrld, all of Caleb, Or.
HI J. II. UU.STI.NirrO.V. llecUUr
DEPUTY STOCK INSPECTOlltf.
Notico is horoby given thnt I havo
this day appoinletl tho following per
sons tlopuly stock inspectors for
Grant county, Oregon:
II. Johnson Dnwille.
John II. Hnkor, tjalob.
John O. Lnco John Dav.
John Hlitekwoll, Loni; Greek.
Woods Carter, Fox.
Win. Hall Prairio Citv.
It. S. Hlackwell, Hamilton.
M. Johnson.. Khoolly.
Iicnj. Hiinuiikor, Wngner.
W. W. Hintox.
Stock Inspector for Grant Co., Or.
May 7th, lbUO.
L J R G E S TT
J, DURKHEIMR & GO'S,
"Wo nsk a call from nil who wish to purchase, nnd ('iiaiantco our
u-iccs the sumo as nt any Railroad K)int, with addition of I'Voiglit.
You can always find a (,'oniplotc Stock of Goods, ami wu will
imiKu ii io yuiir iiiieresi to iratie wuu
i... ; .. . i .i
Mrn iiKi.i. SMITH.
KuccestorH to J.
RIFLES SHOT GUNS & REVOLVERS.
Tho Mosl Complolo Lino of Ammunilion in Easlorn Oregon.
SiKhts by Mail,
Diamonds Watches Clocks Jewelrv Silverware
und u full lino of Musical Instruments.
llcmoiiitior Haptonstall, Dart k Oj
tlelivor goods purchasetl of them.
Of Xloia iDiior.
C. A. IIIIKA, IIIAXK KKI.IAJUU,
Gconnii W. Co.vsKii, Cashier.
J. r. iiiika. T. A. iiiika, I. t. nonsoy,
Transacts n (.corral Jtunkf iifr Duslncs,
-on nil parts of Urn world-
BOUGHT and SOLD-
Collections made nt all points on
Money loaned nt from ono to tea
Cunyon City, Or.
This popular resort has
been- re.oponed to tho public,
and now, as in, tho past,
keeps nothing but tho best
Wines, Liquors c Cigars'
a. 1. ltlUK.tHO, fropr.
NOTICE FOlt PUHLIOATION.
Unit Offlce at Ia (Iran.lc. Or.
April SO, ISW.
Notice lehcrebr rlren that tht. riillAuliitf.naiiia.!
eelller hae tiled null, a ij I.I. l.iL.nil,-. It, nM 111 IllM
an.1 makerlnaliiroof In kimnoil of hie rtAlnt and tint
atld proof will be made ..luro the Counly Clerk of
iirani em, nr., at Canton City, Or . on June T,
tayo.u.- Frnnk Ollolnnlrl,l, tm fuMn
NW 1-1 S Tp II S II W K W M.
lie liamea Inc fotlnwlni' wltllMlra In unite lila
coiillnuoui rieldrucii uu, and mlliiatlon of,
atld land, tie Samuel Lofton, Andrew Uiftun,
Joeeph l.of ton , William Joure, all bf Tin, tlrant
Anr Hereon who dee Irve tn urotrai avaln.t tha
allowaiica ol euch proof, or who knowa ol any eub
elantlal rcaeon, midir the law and the rreulalluna
ot the Inter.or Deiiilmcul, why eurri pioor ehoUhl
not be allowml. will bo ltn an ipuariunll) at tho
aliotK ininlloneil lime and plan) to c.'i. i-uniluo
the wltnreiof eihl rlalmaiit, and InoltVr ct Idn.co
In tebultal of that auVnil'tnl by tl dmalit
oil IIK.NHY IIIM.IIAtir, Itrtflitdr.
U. S, Und Ones, lluriie, Or. Apill tt, lalHJ.
Cointdalnt batllnr berii rntiriHl at tl.ta nlllrn t.v
John I. hullhan aaluit . II. I'mlclcr fur rii.
doulnirhle llomeele.d Kntrt No. Iktl ilttut Mar
SO, una) uimu the I! I t SW I and W I S bii .
Scci'i Ip II H It J3 I:, lu CJ'' counly, Orrgiiu,
with a Hew to the oiucellatlon of raid entry; tha
eald ptrtlee aro hereby eummuiitHl to appear at
Ihle ollice on the 7th day of Jun... InVii, at III
o'clotk a in., to ri'eiMMid and fuinltli tritliimnv
Cone mlnf eald allrv-fl alandaiiliieut. And tad
oalllee will futth.r lake notiio th.t I'lill llrtlehan
.county clcik of Hunt ruiil. Or., hai lueii com.
mleelonrd by the irgl.tor of Ihle nfilcn to tako
I he IratnnouyVf anvil wlllncteia ae llll.ir itr
I may hilng Utir him for that tiuiuiae, at hie office
in i anion UJ, Or., on May S3ril 15ia) at 10
J. II. IIUNTINIlTO.V, lUiiUur.
NOTICE FCU PUHLIOATION.
laud ofllro at Tha llallie, Oregon.
Apr. SI, I loo.
N'ollcti la lurch' if W. ii thai the folloalui; nanint
cttlrr haa fllrd notlre of hie Intention lu uiakn final
proof In eoprl of bla tUlui, and lint laid pruof
will t mad Uforo the County )uda at Canyon
Clly t)r. on June 7, IwW, U WIlUivm.Fry,
ol tialeb, Or , lid SOU, for Hie .NW t-l Sv IM Tt tt
S It ti K W il.
I lo iiamea the following wureect prom hie
coiillnuoue ip.l.leiu umiii, mid cullltalloii of, eald
land, tie, I. I.. Kcetoii, Win l. I'rarmalu, I.Tonu.
(or, A. It. Campbell, alt of Caleb, Or.
Any peieoo Mho ilnlice to proleit afolml Ilia
alloa anew of audi proof, or abu knoae uf any eub-
taullal rraaou, under the law and neulatluiie uf
tha Interior detriment, why e Ich proof tho uld
not be allowed, trill be ghou an uppiirluuity at
the aboto mentluiied Iline and pin-' to cruee eiaui
Ino llm !tneee of eald clalnitiil, and In oll'er 'ti
ll ci no lu rebuttal ml that eublullUd by claimant.
Oil Join W. I.Miie, llctlttcr.
n .p. .il..
us. k Heaiifcuiniy.
WM. A. H, CI.AIIKK.
A Full Lino of
hooks, Hies, rods,
linos, reels, etc,
v ty nooks per
00c, by mail.