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THE GRANT COUNTY MV
Thursday, Sort- s-
StrlCtim in KnMein Orogon me low,
lilt tlifv cootniu much moio water
now limit nt this time last your.
-!.! ('itr' school oilers inducts-
manti to ottUido pupiU which induce-
iihsiiU are Wing taken advantage of.
Prineville is most too far awny to
linul our fruit, hut we hum thit gt
winter bji1 rould I nudity diKwrd
of 1 1 writ.
A tilths -l.ihl nf Mi- .mil Mis. M. S
lint.,. r ! iV,m LlL WI...L-
nnd the remains were taken to Pmitie
,.,i it i ..,.. ,..t... p.;.:..
City for burial.
i Minins? on tho lrt of the John Diiv
Seems to 1m a I -out played (Hit, itnd the j
(chinas' Ulk of shutting down optwu
tiotis in their claims.
Seveml mce nninmls were taken
i throuHh tow,, Sumlay, ennmte fiom
lltirn to b.i.if Cn-ek. nt whir . I.litoe
illQ IIIITT UVIIllll "ItVll 1 ITWll'l 1IM 1 .
iTidge aero, the JohnW rixer eom-
I pUitwl, and when the r. n 1 s.menuor
f builds tho noprouclMH there netxl U
Wo have loten told
that the yinld of
grain in this valley this year it not
etpinl to the Rtraw in (thiT words
the grain crop is short while the .straw
onp i long.
Ilev Mr. IvitU iM'ing unable to oc
cupy tin pulpit this yiiir he hut no
ceptud tin tutorship of a sulect sohmil,
nnd will reside nt thu .lohuton place
this side of Prairie City.
The deiiutv iioitinasttn-s txW ml
Mintage of the lull in htihitieM Monday
wiihu itr nmu Cdincs in, unit mvii uir
interior uf tht lmililin' papered auuw
and otherwise inmrovcil.
Cousiderable of the Harney freight
comes through this iirt of the coun
try, and if our farmers hud haled hay
a good many tons could li disposed of
to freightem. Pale some hay and see
how it works.
John Noal who used to proido over
the Nkws years ago gave us a pleasant
will Inst week, lie hud sheep in the
Stein mountain country, anil like a
great many others Mmihuly situated
his loss last winter was gieat,
The price of beef cattle remains
low, hut prices are lxjund to
become higher boforo another year.
Last winter secmod to create a punio
among stookuieu and buyers are not
slow to take aihantaye of it.
our turesning inachuiii.s nie at
ork in the upper part of tho valley
hulling out the golden grain. They
hne lieen threshing almut two weeks,
which shows that eonsidenihle grain
is niised in the John Day valley.
Hear iillev in tititl.v mvIimisivhK'
i vjini empted and liomestsideil, and as
soon as title is perfected the claimant
has no difficulty in disposing of the
laud if he wiiiluw to, to stockmen who
must have pasture and hay laud.
Prices quoted in Portland for Ivist
ern Oregon shoat are 7- cents per
bushel. (Jnmt eouutv 1ms no wheat I
to ship ouUiile her Uinlcrs lustoad,
she wanU to buy some llour all owing
to the iusulliciency of her milling fa
cilities. Koimit Hall ami Win. Altuow of
the Malheur country were in town
this week. They gave the N kws a
pliM-ut call, hut could not impait
any geneinl information other than
that stock range and cropti were Uith
fine oer the mountain.
Miwi Cawell who taught here for
tho List three wintem will conduct the
John Day public school the coming
tuim. Her pai tuer .Miss Parker has
drifted down the Columbia to Astoiiu
and is princisil of the public ndiixil
there at 1 100 per mouth.
I lav is selling at 2.7.1 in Harney
valley, while alsnit $S is the ruling
figure in this valley. When we bike
into consideration the fact that one
ton of timnt tounty hay will feisl as
far as two tons of the wild slough hay
of Harney the disun ity in pi ice is
We learn that AIo Thorp, a rexi
dent of Haystack piocinc.t, also a
neighbor of the Ute deuirtsl J. D.
Huiinauker tho blonde bniuder, has
sudtldiily diiappenred from ( !runt coun
ty Inteause quite a Uiuil of cattle Ui
loiigiug to his neighbors were found
ruiiiiiug aiimml with his hraud sockisl
Sombre shadows have fallen u cross
thu KitliHay of thit prinUhop, and the
(slitor is also the devil. Tommy ltug
lur who has U'en our tyiHiticker for
neiirly two years has taken his de
Kirturo fur Harney county, and under
existing circumstance Wauso deliu
iiueuU of Ioiik ktanding are deliniiueut
htill we are obligisl to dispense with 1
an assistant. Dung us in some more mines in the great Orcoiihorn sec
tin niut, pleise, we're nUmt out, and tion. Outside capital is rapidly
are in need of wuue bacon, to. : drifting towards (irconhurn, nnd
Dr. PnrW who has made a numlH.r j J1'1;1 prosperity for
of pioftsssiounl trijw to the upper South j camp.
Pork lately, informs us that there are Lieutenant, formerly Sergeant
si.v case, of spinal meningitis in th.it O'Keefe, whom nearly all the old
Ioouhty, anil on his last tup all of them
were improving. Doo says this drV
iswe is engendered in a misisure by
n form of malaiial Miisou in the sys
tem, uud one way to account for it
ahuot wholesale ntMige in that coun
try is because of the air and water
onntiining lai'ije ipiuutities of poison
oils gnu' from the ilecaying Unlies of
cattle which died last w inter anil were
neither buiied ii luniel.
Hmil the lognl notices utMlur bend
ow Unlit v."
Fin bracing wauthor, with
I siniml sign of mill.
(Stmlen grain it l-eing thnwhed this
.oek on th Cuiulloch mueh.
Overboil il- Muldrick have ditaolvud I
I irinurnip nnil Mr. Uverlitrtt is re
j stocking the store.
I Tliu hotel dining room Imu lm
I trwit.il to n nnw ll.xtr; nnd thin the
town improve, though onlv on n
K. Mnttns is the limit who has pur
chased Keouey's stage line, itnd the
new proprietor was oer the line thin
L 'N'1" alfalfa meadow down the vl
, ley me it plensitn? snccUicle to the eve.
i,i . - . . . , -. , .ri
ami the lx-nt fut Ixff ik ileers in the
. ,, 1 "
lvil SfU started to Hillshoro Mon-
duv to look
aftr his lKimnM inter-
I est there.
wa nccotriinnied hv
! his mntluir.
0"; J'ut V1"1. H10
' " "k "8
! apnrnointion of
in his ln'half.
"' ITr,,mn,'"t . ''"i'ement is I
' urt ,mr, 'Uin"? town )f
. 1 "Vru' i- b"' Ite 1ms a new
' mu mi nin niiii'i.
V 1 ""ro u ,l ni!h.t UMUt ,,0.w
j left over from last year -therefme 'r-
petual in its duration.
School .Superiuteiideiit lionliiiin re
itHHts us to state thnt his iierumutMit
postotlice addrt'wi will In- luig Creek
from this time until further notice.
who iurchnsH cuttle in
u few mouths njjo is re-
1 ni'tnlexl cash throughout the country.
We deire news from the luiniiiK
camps of ! rant county. Solid facU
without evaggcnition are what the
X;ws wanU and alwnys has nildeavor
iitl to pulilinli.
A corn doctor with only one leg is
traveling over the sUte. If his own
corn medicine is resK)iisible for hi
misfoitune the people had letter
see it applied to other toe tlnt.it their
Kddic, son of Tho. Howard, for
merly of this place but now of Drew
soy, was here during the week aftur a
a lo.ij of fruit. I'd has grown several
feet taller, nnd likes the Drewsey
A Itritish ship arrivisl at Portland
a few days ago, bringing l'J,000 demi
johns. It is presumed thee will U
tilled with Willamette water and
shipped to the heathen in Africa as a
new brand of rum.
Thrcihermen will confer a favor on
the Xkws by informing the editor of
the number of bushels of grain their
machines thresh in ( Irani county this
season. We need this information to
publish to'thu world.
Vyfreindly game of draw jsiker
the other night resulted in two of
the players each drawing his fist
buck and poking 'er in the other
man's eve. Two arrests and the
usual line and costs
court next morning.
in the jxilico
Whe llible says "lie that soweth
he bhall reap." This baa been ex
emplified in this wild western coun
try, for a John Day vallev rancher
'sowed" twenty pounds of iHituloefc
last spring ami be has just reaped
a harvest of 1S.10 pounds. Pretty
fair crop of spuds.
A number of marriages that have
taken place in I'nion county within
past years are found to he void be-
! cause no certificate was filed with
the county clerk within the time
prcscrilied by law, by the pereon
who erforined he ceremony. We
doubt if Cniou county in alone in
A drummer for a St. Louis print
ing bouse bus been at the Court
house several days taking orders for
blanks, lite, many of which could
be printed at (irant county's own
nrinUhop for less than they cost
laid down here from St. Louis. It
is supjHwed to he "economy," bow
ever, to send the iieoplo's money out
of the State to have such work
A iiuimIht of dusky Siwashc were
ill town Monday, two of whom were
drunken with lmd liquor ami weie
sucking an opjtoituuity to create a
distiirlMiire anil precipitate an Indian
war. Sherill' Cresup and Constable
Tislhtiuter put the kilh uu any
warlike demonstrations, and the war
riors left. Hut who sold them liie
waterf We loam from the Haker City
Daily Democrat that W. I. McCain.
land, a capitalist of Temple, Texas,
hits purchased for the sum of f 10,
000, a half interest in the Pellevue.
Chief of thu Hill j
resident! hero knew when lie was
stationed at Fort Harney, passed
through town Tuesday in command
ofn handful of soldiers uurouto
from Ilidwell to Walla Walla.
A Uiut two years ago a troop was
transferred from Walla Walla to
llidwi ll, and now a iiortion of them
are on tlh'ir return to receive their
discharge, their terms uf enlistment
1 having expired.
NEWS FROM QK.KRNHORN.
livery singe brings now exerts
to examine tlte mines of this sec-
tioit. Yesterday two more Portland
j mining men nrrived and started at
once to (Sreenhorn Citv to examine
mincf in that locality.
One would think from the talk
otitaide that all the prosiiectors had
left the mountains. There nro not
loss than two hundred men yet in
the (Sreenborn country, nnd ninny
, will remain all winter.
Several new cabins are now ho
' ing built for winter quarter and
more men will remain here during
1 the coming winter than did Iaet
' It. I.. Kantian, Dave Shorto and
I.. M. Harnett have landed the
- nun i rwi iiiiik' io an rnsn-rn
. cuinpHHV, the same comimnv who
( Iiave ImhhIchI the I'lni'iux mine.
The l'luenix sale i almost a sure
Snow Creek mine to an eastern
bo, nnd tin cotniianv is uettiut; a
i gixKl properly.
i The " I't" letlge near the old town
of Itobinsonvilln is now under the
inaiiflRruienl of Col. .lamed Dilliu.
Pile Col. is pushing development
work very rapidly and will soon
have his nunc in line shaM.
The Portland Mining CotnMiiiv
luve lei a contract to sink a shaft
fifty feet on Stradsburg mine to A.
M. .Inn eit.
A fine IhmIv of gray copper ore
has lately been struck in "Pride of
Pendleton" mine, and J. C. Powers,
the sucrititcudent, is working quite
a force of men. A night shift was
put on last week and the company
iniiy work all winter.
Several sales have taken place
lately and capital is beginning to
move this wav.
I The Greenhorn mountain is the
treasure box of Oregon, and all that
, : ...1 ..1 r . . . . .1 I .
is iieeoen is more development ,
. won; 10 snow wnai we nave. it e
( can show high grade ore with any
c.uiip in the west, and as much of
Col. Turner feels highly elated
over the recent -f 11H) assay from his
The mines on (ireenhorn still
I continue to pan out well and larger
I amounts of work by way of devel
i opinent will be done on the mines
I this winter. On the "Cleveland"
pifties are now engaged in sinking
a .10 foot shaft and running a 1.10
foot drift. The Pluenix mine is
also to work this winter with a force
of men. The "Itill Morris" mine is
showing up well and will also work
a force of men this winter.
Amos Johnston is now negotiat
ing a sale of the "Sampson" mine
to Portland parties.
Mr. Turner will also develop the
John I.. Sullivan mine, which prom
The "Webfoot" close to the old
town of Itobinsonville is going to
run a crosscut of about 7.1 feet to
intersect the vein, and quite a large
amount of other work will be done
in the vicinity.
Loinev A liachinan the onlernris-
ing but Lu-s of (iranite are running I
a fast freight line between (iranite
and the (ireenhorn and doing a live- ,
lv business. They supply this camp
with beef ami "Pike" Wright fur-,
nUhes the vegetables, Wiran A- Dit
inaer, of (iranite the bacon.
Hobinsonville presents a lively
npiearnnce on mail day. The mi- '
tiers from nli parts of the moon-
tain come in to meet the butcher ,
and get their (iu.wr On wrv News.
" Ifi" .Piuie has quite a time en
tertaining the ladies who visit Itob
insonville. On lift Thursday Mrs.
W. W. Ijooiicy spent the day at
Kobiintoiiville and on Saturday Mrs.
litis Itachiiian visited here and was
the guest of " !)" Jimie. Ten years
ago Mrs. Pachuiau was at Kohiu
souville. She thinks the town had
iuor jieople in it last Saturday
than Hhe saw there ten years ago.
11. Stansell has just recovered
from n two weeks sicklies.
The board of immigration at
j Portland thinks there will be a large
j immigration to Oregon this fail.
Maker City's imputation is pretty
! close to three thousand. The con
I mis enumerators found thurur'-'.lllH)
J. L. Purrish advertises Ins Post
oflico store in the Nkws to-day.
Call and buy your Honey some
Wyoming's State election which
occurred Wednesday of last week
reunited in a victory for tho repub
licans The democrats, however,
claim the governor.
Mis Kiell'er.a sister of Mrs. Den
ning, lias arrived from Iowa, and
will be nssiiitant teacher in our pub
lic school. A Portland gentleman
whose name we did not learn is to
We take pleasure in recommend-
ing the old ami trustworthy firm of
patent solicitors, Messrs I . A. bnow
iV Co., 710 sth street, Washington
I). ('., to those of our readers hav
ing patent business of any kind.
Look out for counterfeit two-dollar
bills, which are said to bo circu
lating in Oregon nnd Washington.
There is one infalliable way to test
them and other t'uited States
aHr money. Take a pin or a
needle and ' run it under the bilk
fibre that is scattered through thu
miht of the bill. If with the pin
you can pull up the thread so it is
plainly visible, then you can tiiM
that money for the face of it. Tlio
counterfeit twos are ailver certificates.
Dr. Orr rOorUi Ins mtiont Mrs.
Trowbridge slowly gaining strongth.
Wo nro requested to announce
that tho )uhlic school in this dis
tinct will commence next Monday.
Stock in the sliinjini railroad
front Hepnncr to Stunpter linn been
subscribed to the amount of aliotit
Smiirx Demiine' wife 'mil hnliv
have arrive! from Iowa, and Mr.
Denning intends to occupy the old
One quarter of the opIo of Ore-
gon live in Portland, according to
census ligures. ljio other thrco
quarters are wntterv! over 1)5,1)00 ,
vinaru miles. j
'here are nine counties in Oregon I
ut of debt. I bev are, (lilliam,
Wasco, Multnomah, Washington, i
Clackamas, Marion, Linn, Lane '
An ndvnnce agent oll'ered one of
1'iiion county's millionaireri $."t) an
acre tor a MLvs aero ranch in draml
Untitle valley, on which to found a
(Senium colony, and the oiler was
Kiisterii Oregon seems to lo an
' unhealthy place forjudges. It 1ms
not Wen long since Judge lson
died, and now Judge Itinl of the
7th judicial district is in Southern
California for his health.
A yankee down south has discov
' ered there the t'trm of Irish v Hng
lish. What is considered esecialiy
I remarkable alnuit the firm is that
I Mr. linglish is an Irishman and
I Mr. Irish is an liuglishman.
j A Salem man sold some eider to
I an Indian I oy attending the Che
! mawa school, and then sold some
. more to nine other little Indian
who got pretlv full and hug
ged the girls fearfully. The man
was arrested for selling liquor to
Some iieoplu want church houses
taxed like other prtqierty, while
others do not think it would tin any
good to increase church expenses
in this country, where churches are
constructed by tho general public
In this matter, as in every other of
a public nature, there is room for a
difference of opinion.
People who have engaged in the
raising of hops will make fortunes
this year if their yards are large
enough. Hons are selling in some
places in the Willamette valley for
10 cents per pound, and this-ycar's
crop will go about -000 lmnnds to
the acre. Ten acres of hops w ill
give more profit than !100 acres of
Tho board of cqunli.ation of Lake
county made a reduction of $11,
SIS. IS from the assessor's retunm,
and added fil.Sl1.), leaving the total
taxable property of Lake county
.rl,.,!li.1,,.ISS.-JI. ' If this wholesale
reduction is allowed by the law the
counties which do not avail them
selves of the opiortunity are out
and injured. The rate of assess
ment should he f'ued by the State
and strictly observed in every
county. Then some would not have
to shoulder an unequal Kjrtioii of
the State tax.
, l'reovvater, tho new tow n over in
I'matiHa county needs some free
' salvation uiie( witli its water and
J cuiphiicisft! with a smiled club,
I judging from the Herald's icport
! of a high old time, to wit: (Juito
a sensation prevailed in hYeewntor
j last Sunday evening, caused i.y a
j family row over by tho big ditch
' and in full sii'lit ami lieuriiij of
all. It seems that a limn was i
beating his children over there,
and threatening to beat Ids wife, i
who emphatically told him he bet
ter not try that on, or she would '
slntot him. Some were alarmed ,
by the loud screeching and yelling 1
and were in favor of interfering
until soinu one suggested that
maybe tho total extermination of
the tribe would bo the result uf :
the light, in which case no one I
would bo any sadder, but all would
agree that it was good riddance of
bad rubbish. j
. . . .
I ho marvelous thing about ail ,
this recount agitation is theappar
out apathy of Katoan Oregon.
That purl of tlio Statu is the groat
ost sulTcrer by the June IkjIcIi. It
is advertised to the world as slug
gish and backward in growth, just
at the. lime when it is making
strenuous efforts to attract immi
gration Itnd foster material devel
opment. It is threatened with tlio
loss of a second member of con
gress which it would have a pre
Biiiuptivu right to name. Finally,
its representation in tint Statu leg
islature is likely to bo cut down
'Jo per cent, in order to swell that
1 to which .Miillnoinali county win
' be entitled under tint thorough,
skillful and accurate census taken
here in September. It seems to
' bear these multiplied iullicliou
with a patience that amounts to
lethargy. What . U the inattor
with Kiistern Oregon!1 It hiisaev
oral cities thnt have heretoforo
earned a reputation for life, energy
munition ami onterprise. What
is the matter with linker City,
Pendleton, I ii ion. and Li Omelet
ll.is the whole euii u try gone to
i Bleep - Orcgoniaii.
Reduced Katei to the Northwest Indus
trial Kxpoilhon, October 1st
to October jut;
For the Northwest linlustriitl K.x
Hwition to bu held nt Spokane Fulls
the I'nion I'acillc will sell tickets
from nil ticket stations on rail lines
of the I'aeilie Division, from Octo-
ler 1st to October .'list, on Mon
I days, Wednesdays and l'ridays at
the low rate of one and one-fifth
faro for tho round trip, with fifty
cents added for admission to the
j Call on any agent of tho I'nion
i Pacific System for detailed informn-
, tion. l.W.I.KK,
(ien'1 Paw. Agt.
(So to the Ited Front Billiard
Half, Canyon City, for line wines,
( liquors and cigars.
Klht llijMjinnon in that excel -
, lent journal the West Shore, says:
'it ..i . 111
i nave Been a stately mansion nom
cure, envy, pacsion and crime, and
I have sevn the four walls of a log
cabin hold love and faith and tho
sweetest content that is known on
1'rnnco discriminates against
our corn and Kirk on the hypotho
M8 that our pork milit ho un
healthy; then acknowledges that
her wiuei arc adulterated and dau
m'rou to the public health. Xovv,
in all fairness, why should we not
exclude their wiuos which they
admit to be adulterated nnd dan
gerous, unless they remove the re
striction on our corn nnd jMirk,
and give California and tho hog
raisers of (irant county a chance?
A Bcnsiftion was created in ('alt
fornia lately by "Salvator," who
may truly bo christened the king
of the turf. Salvator is four veins
old and mado his milo in the ro
markablo time of l:!ldj, lowering
tho record II1? seconds. This phe
nomenal achievement is all tho
more startling when it is remem
bered that 'leu llroeck's iceord of
Ml) J has stood unbroken for thir
teen years, and thu California won
der staiuU today the grandest
thoroughbred that over jurrod tho
To the Dance,
Kverybody and tlnir best girl be
sure and attend the Dance at the
Masonic Hall next Wednesday
evening. It will be the grandest
party of the season. The finest of
music has been procured for the oc
casion, consisting of the following
pieces: Til (ihue 1st violin; li. A.
McCoy cornet ; Tlnw. Manly organ.
Come, everybody. Dance to last
all night. Tickets for ilanee tl..10.
(M. li. Sr.v.ssKi.i.,
Committee. .l.s. Pkiikki.,
(Kiiank M WOMAN.
Notice is hereby given that the
Prairie City Public Schools opened
on Sept. I, ISJH), for a period of
nine months, under very favorable
auspices being supplied with all
modern apparatus and llrst-elass
teachers. Tho board of diiectors
have decided to admit a limited ;
iiiindwr of outside pupils at tin -small
sum of fi.00 per term of
uiree uionuis m eituer room.
Apply for admission to
W. J. (Jauik rrii.
Strayed or Stolen.
I' roil i Thus. Ouaiil's nasture. near
lleppuer, a dark bay mare, brand- I
eil .1 . conueeteil on lell sliouioer,
medium si.e, trots well. A liberal
reward will he given for her return
to owner at llejipner, or for any in
formation leading to her recovery.
It. W. C.viiuiMrriiN.
Heppner, Or , Sept. I, '!)0.
Our new "ml." from the enterpris
ing firm uf Collin iV McPnrhiml,
Heppner, vpeiik'H for itself, and it is
worth your whilv to read the same.
In order to gain new trado lliey in
tend presenting a line large book.
which retailftat f 1.00 each, to everv
rrlai, lim.miior f ,jry .ds, cloth-
ini', hoots and shoes, hats etc , lo the
amount of -f ti.i.lM), allowing until
Jan. 1st to make out the amount
(live them a trial order, when ymi
send uwuy for goods.
I'lease Take Notice.
i All persons knowing themselves
, indebttsl to Miller A' Iliues or (S.
I C. Miller, by note or otherwise, will
please call and settle hv thu first of
Mil, I. Kit it 1 1 INKS.
j Important Notlccl
I All iwraons indebted to me, either
I for Clerk feea or otherwise, are
j hereby notified thnt thu same must
I be settled on or before Septeuilwr
I 1-'., 1V.H), or costs will be added,
i Pilll. MwsriiAN.
August 'i l. I Mil).
An oK'ii-faci ailver w.iteh, stem
winder, waa lost Sunday night or
Monday morning in Canyon City
or on thu road between here and
Neil Hull's ranch. Had guarantee
of w.it' hmaker llinseli in luu k. A
amiable reward will 1m given for the
'i turn of same to AlU rt Ilmscb,
Jeweler, Canyon City, Or.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
Tho firm of Overboil t Muhlriok ;
hn? been dissolved hv mutual con- j
sfiit, John Mttldrick withdrawing
from tlie firm. The business will
Ik cnrrictl on nt the old stand by ,
1). (!. Overholt. All accounts due
the old firm must br settled with
I). (!. OVKllllOl.T.
Canyon City, Or., Sept. 1(1. 1SD0.
I have today taken charge of the
store formerly conducted under linn
name of Overboil fc Muldrick.
'Pliant! I Vis tilt 111 if fur ltd lut -
ronnge I would reapectfullv solicit
D. (!. OvKintoi.T.
I have today sob I my interest in
the store of Overboil A- Muldrick to
D. (S. Overboil. I thank tho pub
lic for pnst favors, nnd lieg their
patronage mav Ik1 continued with
the new firm. John Mt t.nittt K.
Cnnyon City, Sept. loth, ISilO.
Come nnd Settle!
Notice is hereby given to till per
uana indebted to tie' illidentigneil that
tliev must settle their accounts on or
U'fore Oct. 1st, W, or the mine will
f placed in the hinds of alt attorney
OVKllllOl.T .V MtM.IUMOK,
Canyon City, Or., Sept. 3, I SOI).
HOODOOS Or THE TURK.
iiiim ('- iill.tr miimi kIUIiiiii W illi li I'rf
Villi .Vllilun; Itlll-lliK .Vliill.
"Hy, Uieltey, Ji'rcs n ikhii vUI n cross
jr. I'm n if.nu' lur Oy dur coop, tin I"
To tho .iv i-riMfe ri'MiIrr tlt nlxtvu rttiimrU
my li a ii iito ii-urw nml eiil.'iiintloal,
uy tltu M(K riintf W.irlil. To llio tnull
.aal rare Irj. l li ililliu', however, roltlnt
I its inelivi"S ll euibnxiwi n wurM nf
eunlnir In f.i L, no (kvumIiii r wall; In
u cmu mi irutlilully shM to Ihi inure him.
i'illotii uHirlltlmis tuHueiieoii tliautho
irl of t-iilny.
Tlio uiun Wlitiso eyes sro culna the bias,
il l who ttK'ur m to' lixikliiK nrmuid tin)
iner fur Hu'id.iy, lsls llio cnti'nory of
illvl lual wh m Hie H'L'.ilHtor ilrmnti In
i. unit ir . ii In way to the track. If Uu
;.; u In li.. i I .i (Kilrnf vyi'svvliU'h should
li.nr,' iii.'ins Willi iwli olhcr, nml
ihn lin ial ciiumKe to reverse lil
t like I'wily ilul, he liivarlnlily iM'Cto
.lies three t.nii'K, cmsri'S his lliiKn , iIikk
i lllni (lain or tvv lo offset the hoodoo, unit
pruitMHls with n nervous mlml Um lili wny
t'ontrnrlos ri.lo to a eerinln evlont iiu
he turf, nml vv h"ro one (cior HlUielisl inor
il 1 iiUl.oiixl linn! her Is Ntiist fomlly.
..a inly llj.'iii..ti-..'lv, hut lllernlly. The
!c. l.lniil i..feri. il to iluniiK his youthful
l.i s hint tho uiislertuiii! to full ell tin elirlit
ly luiu'itii'iii I. use. which ovorluoheil the
..!Ty "in the taad vvIioib 1 was burn." Tho
i'l !!! him no li.ii tn Never Uie, inn his
ftoris to bore iiiilo In tho earth mitiutiinleil
n a frnt'.iro nf the nvtniignlar tissue,
.vhkii, u.v tho elilid irrew older,
'oriaed luU boue. This rosuUcil
n an culinvinnont anil a wrfm'l hump vvus
loruiwl. llo was loo youthful In uiir(S'lnle
how Ultt inliforiuuo would 1st lunieilrlnl to
inn, nor wu ho fully olive to ll mull thoso
atronliuK !u on tho iack , followed by
. "Il.-K fuirdi'ii, old fellow; Ihoiiuhl yoii
.vero n fi'lei.d joke, oh) lis, hnl
iosl day." mac tio fniueut. He vvus
coiiiinoi.llng! iikiii the singularity or, the
1 1 i ii vr ono ilny vvIk ii hii .'bh'lliK friend
vvliUMlrCHt In lilt ar: 'llog..rr, Ihey Iikh'Ii
lour liuitii U'kaso ll' tlnnk ll vivos Yin
link." This, web .i if ulli'diit wink nml n
er. IV 'in 1'i.c hi i.n 'lit tho h'liii'hhiicU
iii.to liocniiie uu .1 t onvv hiiihiik' his
Vlindg He hi-' I i null his huiili III be
.iiii'lied "J r si i ' iitliin." "Nov hu 1ms
i fixed sch.'iliili' i.f p' . . Hlle't n ilollur
hi ilia bump unil r ' n ivl.iio r.
AflliotleiiR in" tli ly lliliitfs tlml
rin n in' .'l i li i-ir i. "i sieioii There Is
i.n lucky li"i ' !' vv hit h lie' liu e lrucU
'.trkey iiIuO'Skvi'i' I' ihsir of t ho stable.
uiillili'iit in lis Ir.ii'itiumil vltiuo us n
.iibintior of lu-k , Ni st we huve the man
vim iwllcnlly ii'id tllli'n:ly studlns the
ilnianno, so as to In- on hand tvlieu n lieiv
noon eomi'S ur.itii.il and uet tho llrsl
Klilllis of ll over hl riifhl shouldr.
'I ho man who dreums the winners is
iinolbttr well kn.iwn Individual. I.miih on
his back on bis c in li, Willi mouili wide
0khi, Instead of euteliinjf llio proverbial
lly, hu pt're. Ives lho vve.oers bi nil 1iiihs
lid forms piini'iniu l. f re linn.
Hum' In I'reieilt ,rr lil-iit
Tlio Hiiild T ond WiMHl Worker ii'iii.irks
mm. HiHiiy m iue losses ui iinicrrv ituu mil
susumed hv iik ratives of suuii sawn
that iiiaiiy of Hu' losses of ftn(f rs and bnnds
I fiu-lories i'.iiiI.I hii olivisUil by followluK
vvhut N culled the (folilcii rule: "Nover put
jourhiiud bai'U of it ruiimux saw" Tlin
toiiiilutiou to reach back U reumvo or
straighten somlliiiiKis imtur.l and itilll.-ull
to resist. Hut a man eau navnr HtTord to pit
oaroteas around a savv or nuycuttois tl
l'recuiiiloiis niniliist accldeiiis cnul.l ho
tnkeu to much Kroateresuuil limn lin y nro.
I'kIiiI fur Sliliitl.' IIihiIs.
To make a wmkI wiut for sIiIiikIo
that can he iippliod cold and dries ipi
. i il
I ..f e
I. Ml "U
. I i'.
Mikes Uu. Iiris nf in 'iy .,,,,o inlssrshlo.
Ami "(I' ll ti'Jils I" II ili stiurtlun. DltUi'tl
nil. r i.illtiK. ' ur st.,m.u Ii, kirk hoad.irliO,
lie utliiirii I'.-si f a'H Uli',nfallit, "all (Jolii)"
(mlluK, h.nl l.inti'. railml toneuv, and Irrpgu-
, larlty of (lis bowrli, aio
DiStrOtJG miiio of Uhj moio I'cimmim
AftOf ) 'ni'toiMI. I)lHlil.l diMil
Eft tiny .'.uiir rsrvful, Krltrtit
attsutlnn, and n ti med) like Hood's Kars-v
parllU, v.hlh ans ttiiitly. yet surely and
i Hlctriitly. ll loins tho lotitwli raid oilier
orsam, rrnulalis tho Jis.-llun, croutcs a
ioisl ai'Ktllv, and by thus Sick
overcoming Ilia toc.il "'I'-ij f
touis teriioxs tho sjinna- noauiicno
theUa I'UrrU of tho illwueni, IaiiUIum tho
lii.i'.arhe, and riln-shes tho tlml inlml.
' 1 have bri'ti ttoubhil wtlb. dyspejuli. I
lad but llllhi Bellta, nnd wiul I did cat
u . lUslresscd loo, or did mo
MOatl itl, eil(. n nur
burn aftrr e.alug I would ripc
rlenri a falntncsi, or llml, all Uiio firl. g,
a Uioiifli I b.nl ii--I t iti'ui.r.yilln2. My tr.-n-hU-,
1 think, was aur.. v vt'd by my buni'i,
vvliit Ii Is UiU l n i4li.ur, and (r-1 1 Ix iug
murn or less a!.ul up In en,ir
raoillhf.cbp..!..i. .X ' h
iptu.g i t'k iimh. s s.r..i- ototnacn
rllla-took tlu I't:.. . It did im rui
Iimuciiso unt i f t.' d li K 'VP in" na
ai'K'tllr, and my ( -I olMiid aid it: Ccd
tlw riiVliij I hid I'livl'iii.l) cvj i r..'ii.vd."
Uli Ucr. A 1'n.i . N .tti il. v ii. M.-s.
Ruld I.y '1 i .li VI f-.rj I'rriun ,nnly
I, j I II'. ' '. I , ' lH I '' its.
100 Doooa Ono Dollm-
WHO CAN UOUBT
When so Many Testify ta ttta Remark
able Cures KffctoU by
Dartln, WashlnglBfl UulkUns,
Louis Holland, Porlhmd firnn
ulnted and inflamed eye; jwrftsctly
Mrs. I'. Ileck, Aurora, Or.- Se
vere pain in the bnrk nml hcntl; re
stored to health.
Mrs. .1. J. Voting. ilOti Third street
, 'Vcr eon.p ln.nt, nnd severe pnin in
ie- minimi fi, i 1111 w.
I loiuer Trullinger, Molhilht, Oio
gon Pain in his stomach niijo
i years; cunt I in five weeks.
Win. Uohr, New Vork hotel,
Portland Nanal and thront ca
Lester M. Lebind, Oirfton City,
Or. Catarrh six years; cured.
Ofiice bourn: I) to " daily, nml
ti to S evenings. Chronic dineaao of
all kimU successfully treated.
Cures in private dWngo of what
ever nature guaranteed. Poor trea
tetl free from '.) to 10 A. M. dnily.
The Pacific Itreiven'a Celtbrnteil
lieer. the lust in Kastern Oregon, in
now kept constant I y on tup nt tho
lied Front Milliard' Hall.
Pacific Drowery lier.
Notice is hereby given that I
havo this d.iy established nn agen
cy for the sale of the Hyt?r maimfito
turtHl nt the I'm ific Un ncry, linker
City. Or., within th county of
Uriui I in Cnimvi City and (hat Mr,
II. Stansell is the authorized mana
ger of Raid Depot. All orders from
(Srnnt county I'm this celebrated
beer, either in bottles or kegs, wilt
be filled by Mr. Stauwll
IIknuy Hi st.
Propiietor Pacific Itrewerv, lloker
IIoIiiich l.'imliioss J '01 hire Ol
Poithiud will open Sept 1st. .1. A.
Weaeo, the Ion. bug pi iiuiiiu of tho
ciiiml, ban become ii piiliii i iii thin
school and will umlie it the lending
nusinefcHColh'ge. Send for cnUiloguo
STOCK MltN TAK12 NOT1CH1
I will be in tlic Long Creek nml
John Day counliy the 1st part nf
Sept., with n choii e lot of Thorough
bred and (Snide Merino Bucks: for
sale anil also almiil Twenty Head
of Thoroughbred Pedigreed Here
ford Cows for sale. Thanking the
public for past favora, I remain
N. II. Cli'l lllKI.I..
I'ltmr ion .Walk. To thoso wishing
to buy fruit nnd veneUlile.i, I will sny
that I am Helling nppleH at AO cents
per Ui., or 7ft cenli er box when the
li is furnished at the orchard. All
liiuils of guiiu taken in oM'haugK foi
fruit. Also n "immI nsHintmrnt of veg
etables for sale. Ui'hid.'li e t.in mil 'i
low John Duv, on I he Il.iil.' , nsi.l.
W m. I .' i i , Pi.. p.
()000) RiisiiELS) ftPPLES)
On il 1 1 Imrd of
D. B. RIME HART,
Cnini) to the iiii-Hl oieli.irl in
Kistein Ore;:'U fol all ol li e eh.ne
cut vniiiiiis nf -Mntinier, t t 1 1 nn I
U inter apple 1000 buahula. inoio
or h as, of Smniuei applet, now ready
for uiniknt at 'idc per box Cnali down
mid no gi umbliiiK uud you (dull nt
go awiivuitnpty or disontisikd.
OiellrTdil.J iiiilm taut of ''.iitvon
City, at I' nut or Poplar Grovo
i. ii. iu.viiii tier
Canyon Citv, Ohkuok,
a no ni y7 um isq.
which to stop.
men will find this it
doHtrublo place nt
;io ust it tit I )
Mmk,. I 'i
co paid for
( hi mix,
j Deei ami
! V. IE. I'Altli,
! t'tsvo.v Citv,
' MrsmariiMTrr . r
I fl OWfti vvv .VV ,vl s!
iy jtfi y v m
f4 -., , 'ti i