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THE. GRAHT COUNTY Mi
Thursday, Dec. IS.
ProlwMy wlwm ih snow il efliiH1
il .vrill nil ctitiM at cmct
'IV turkey. ihJ gins UilHi havr.
Iwt row ww wih'V to Tim
IVtlnml has smalljwx, hot It idoflti
fmwl principally to the Chinos por
tion of tho city.
Kimj in Utlifrinn Tim lUil. That
in wuitcUiing thi valhy nnely
M'pt Oil UJ flf the IIMHIIltill!.
T)im tovly Miiiuy (In)'" "'0' ,,nl
OTiutly cornimoiMl w,tl' tlu' I'iunne,
Jbat it ilocs ono's seul gil to live in
J. I.. Cnrtnr of Union enmity, rep
resenting tho North wofitorn life iiuur
iwieo rnmpnny, iyiiK rant eounty
Tim victims of Puncroft's hifitorio
utter u liljli of relief. Tho Wth ami
liuit yoIuimo of Unit liijjli pn'ccvl knowl
(slgii hits Ikhiii tlnlivorwl.
.MwiirfVitriioii town ha two now
housoa. It' jiifit about m tin Uiy
jBUtl: "They'll keep on Iniihliug ilown
hw till they have a saloon."
Purtim tlosirinK nn ntlvnnco on
next vent's clip of wool can have
tho samo ly apiilying to Allen v
Ittulio, I.011K Crock, Oregon.
XTlJIarc'iire .liiliimnn who returned
' froin tho .Malheur country (hiring tlio
weak rcjKiiU several ineho of snow
lying rn tho stock tunics over thoro.
Tho signal Imroiui ut Sun I'r.uieisco
proihctoil cyclonori nnii tni nailoo for
Grogon mid Washington lust week.
Tho goad have not loon delivered
.Mr. Gram tile Clark informs us that
Dr. Ilorsloy's ago was only 07 years
' initoad of 77 as wo stated laat weak
tiKn tho bout informaticn thun obtain
able. Repiosontativo Ilctiiiann has lieon
U'foro tho ihijKiitini'iit urging the o
tahlUhmeiit of anil presenting tho po
tition for tho mail seivioo from huro to
(Jooivo Peek of Hamilton lotinncd
homo fiom Chicago last vwok. Mr
I Sock took a Unul of 10,000 mutton
.sheep oust (luring the siiinuior,' ami
disposed of them.
Somo dos are a necessary ailjunct
i civilization, while other aro a pes
tilence. In thin town where nearly
.every oitiin keep ono or more ilos
the poatiluneos predominate.
John .Muhlrick has just received a
I.V S; patent to liomo uiiniii" ground
on Deep creek, which ho has waited
for uliout live vonis. Thiwo fellows
at Washington aro slow, but tolerable
Local talent at 1'iniiiii City will
oxocuto a drama th'eio on ( 'In int iii.ih
night, entitled "Tho .laKiiiei.o Wed
ding." They also expect to favor our
city with a poiformant'c of tho play
A I'uo in I'oitlaml the other day
dtroyod a collin factory, and a largo
iiiiml!or of finished colllns were cre
mited. Wo don't prejuniii that any
of tho coiling wore occupied, ho, fortu
nately no livog were loht,
A "bid man" whom CoiihUhlo Tod
)nntr followed tti John Day TuiMday
night, Um&tod that if ho had had a
"jjiin" ho never would have Wen ar
ie4ted, Some men are Uirn to think
tlmt they can lehibt an ollicer.
(Srnnt I'ounfy is Keemiujjly on her
In it p"S hut in thil case wo lieliovc
uppoimiiccj are deceitful. Only a
ipioition of time till lier silver milieu
will bo developed, and then uliu v ill
mist! a bL' dtut in the world.
man nuhed into our olllco .Mon
day inoniiiw w ith tho air of onn who
lm a f$? bill for Mid liiintvir, nut
piintvr, but ;
all ho said was: "tlivo
Dick llickartl 1
, crmliL for x till: l.'eo. Sheaier credit
ffcr a j,irl; and M. Ihintin crodit for
Tho wifo of a Maker (ity lidmrer
prosouUnl her huklaud with three Ui
biiK nil in ono ihy. The folks wore
named Wundcr, and tin Daily Dnmi
emt in moiitiojiin;,' tho iMJcurrenco asks
if WiiiuIdiv will ovor coaso. At that
into It, don't look as if that taitiijul.ir
family of W under would coaso vury
MeUaity, tho Ilikor Oily uiurdoror
who killixl nn old iiinn witii a cork
crew, was pinuiptly aeipiittixl. If ho
Irwl cuiiiioitU'd Uu dml with any oth
er weapon a Ucr bin el hunjj hole
for instance he might have lieon con
victed. Maker city juiiw apponr lib
oral taiudiKl leyudinj; tho dutie of
Whilo John Tiok was Hleepiuj; in
the nhariir otlice last Monday the Uiys
iMirtmtniUl a luuc joko on him. A
mpii was iittaehiHl to lii feet and
ml throuxh the jail door for the ly
in thure to pull. I hey pulle.l. .loim
wm yanked oil tho bod in iio t'f.
nnd tho jokers hud hnnl work to tot,.
viniHi him that the Spaniard had nut
l,uM.cd him through tho keyhol.
(Jrck, which aims to lsscomo
the county soat of (Srnnt of unity, has
i v...v itn lnaiv lianili. VV null (IIU
i...,, iiw-nrtuu'iiixM it klioiil.l l-i re.
ehiiteuid with some such iHtio namo
as ".Mountiin View," "Hiawatha," or
".Minuohalu." When wo all movo
over thoro iu the wko of the oouit
hou-e a U-autiful short name u ill U
a more gmceful he.ulliiio on our busi
iiesj letters ami cuuuty scii.
Gome lo the idiocling uisteh nt u
por town, and nttsiHl tho loll nt lower
ltd Allen ami iWltor ruttornon of
Ixmg Onwk town woro in tho city hut
DuiIh MeUlnin, hold in Maker City
fm Ahtnining money under faUo pro
tnnA wu auitte!.
Mis Minniu Snnk who 1hi Wn
in I'oitliiiid taking lefms in piiiitint;
loturnod homo last week.
A fororunnor in the lmto of a
strom; wind came to us last I'liday,
mid subsequently a storm.
Winded at Fels Mro. two ihucn
onoli of TurkovH, (iccso and Duck.i.
Half trade and half Midi. To lio
ddivorcd Dec. -'il.
!Xn unruimos ireo win imat .vinn-
FJ I .I! ... i.l.I.i ... . I I
ic nan un viirmuiin etr. i moviiiii
program has Uhmi arnuiK'd. Iliini;
your decorations onrly WnIiii'mIiiv.
N'oTiri: All ik-Woiis nro licrehy
nutilied tlmt I will not allow any
one to tako wood or chop wod on
my land. (I. Toi'KKX.
The Fcconil iimrtcrly incctiii; for
this confotonco year will bo held nt
I'mirio City M. K. clittrrli Knturdav
Doc. 'JOth, at 2 p. in. K. I.itk,
Is it fittinn; that men should observe
tho anniversary of the Saviour's biith
same as they do the fouith of .lulyt
Mut then it's thu custom, mid that
makes it right.
A corrosKindcnt fromStewuit wanU
lo know why pielly women always
marry homely men. hir lodief is th.it
it is done because homely men ate to
piodoiiiinciit in this coiintiy.
- Canyon City and John Day Imvo
consolidated fur the uehdimtiou of
Chiistmas. Here will Ui tin' shooting
match and then will Im tho ball, Siv
J lost era for additional information.
A man in M.iker City was sentenc
ed to a teim of two years in the peni
tonti.ny for purluining a suit of
clothes, and nt the same toim of court
a man u ho killed another escaped pun
ishment. The wholoMilo hunting sirty should
mako a cleanup of tho coyotes who sit
upon tho tail crag and peals and
wake tho echoes of morning with their
disunl howling. Their scaljis are le
t;al tender for a dollar.
las. Curry of Hear valley plead
guilty to aisault and Isittery on the
person of John Solliuger Tuesday night
and was lined S'.'O and costs in Judge
Malison's couit. The line was paid
and judgment issued for coots, which
amounted to ll'J.M).
A. C. Doro contemplate getting out
logs up the creek thi-i winter for his
sawmill which ho talks of erecting
next spring. Then settlers up that
way will have no oousofora log cabin
w ith fir polos for a lloor, a cow skin
for a window, and pine shukos for a
door, .1 unipor liuglis for a bedstead,
and benches made of logs.
The Harney paper says "a girl over
in Canyon City got her foot wedged
into a wash tub while making saner
kraut." So she did. That time the
Hainey folks were all over here after
fruit and vegetable one of them a
lieaittiful young lady while tramping
cabUigo into a tub got her foot fast.
Thioiigh a feeling of chaiity for the
Harney girls we refrained from men
tioning the occurrence ut the time.
Wind come from Ititt' r piecinet
that Joseph Marker the deaf and dumb
h.ilfbroeil who was tt it-it here last
spring for hois.) stealing, had Im-cii
shot and killed. I'.aiker was the ter
ror of the ncighhoihiNHl over there,
and for some fancied wiong he hail
gone ton rauchei's house aimed with
a Winuhiuter. He was chasing him
mound when the rancher took lefiigo
in tho house nud shot Murker as he
was uuttii iug the door.
The niiurods of Canyon City Imvo
orii.inicd n I wo dav.i limit, by eoio.
-.luru wij jm o , , u a Hide.
-ri.,... w(r, f......
They sturl from hero on Monday
morning Dec. 2U, at 7 o'clock, nud
return Tmsday evening Dec. HI), at
7 o'clock. The nido that miikiM the
smallest score is to furnish the dance
and upH't for the other side, on
New Veam Kve. All game is to
la' brought in for thu hall tmpHr at
the New Hotel.
A young man at I'miriu City
unmctf Campbell, an immigrant to
the valley and whoso wife died up
there a few weeks ago, died last
! .Monday. Ho lmil noon sick lorn
: long tifuu, nud being without meam
; he had just been declared a county
I charge. llo had chewed up and
j swallowed u plug of tobacco and
j appeared to like it that way. llo
then imkcd for u hnth, and while
' thu attendant wa admiuistoriug to
I his w ants ho suddenly stopped
talking and died iu thu bathtub.
! Tho grand Christmas siwrtis to he
held iu Canyon City Dec. '-'.'tli,
j,sh), i i-xiwctod to ho the grand
wl yulll of Ull) reason. A six-mule
ttaiu, lmriU'Sf, and two wagons, to
; )mj uwuy fl) tjml tjuy sdioot-
fur j.r ,)() yiy fi- m)(. M) v,js
I wit, rut Shooting for turkey IU
yd off hand; (id yd with rust. All
I tie to be decided hy fchootiug KU
yiu on nnuii or iltj yos wiui resi.
: (ilass ball iluHitiiiL' lor turkevs
I tauce IS yd Hue; all ties to Imj de-
v iieu oy snoouug vi yiis rise, r.v
ery man shooting u rlllo isKtippciMHl
to' furnUh his own tar;ct, with a
cross running full length each way,
to represent thu center ot
w lure they clous.
A CRAZY MAN'S UEliU.
CoutJ Not Get Married, so he
Everybody He Met.
Aii associated jircs.s dispatch from
Fort Smith, Ark., fcivos tho thrill
ing details of tho career of n "lmil
man" who turned himself loose
there Inst Tliurlny, for tho pur
i jhc of aimihiluting" iiinn from the
face of tho onrth.
j It. (5. Caldwell, n prominent far
. mcr, was driving homo, and when
nlvotit four miles out from the city
' vvns intercepted hy n fiHitniun nrm-
ed with n .ihotgim, who asked him
I if either of hid mules could "ride."
I Caldwell told him no.
; About this time an old mnn en live
. alone, riding a pony. Tho foot mnn
I ordered him to jjet oil', but lie did
not comply promptly, nud the mnn
i shot him twice, blowing hi head
He then mounted the old ninn'rt
! jony and rode him about three
! milcf, when the animal gave out
; and ho abandoned him. He then
caught n young man driving an
empty wagon and jumtRtl in it. Ho
whipped up the team nud rait the
inule.H three or four miles to the
Arriving there he went to the
.store of Dr. Stewart and seeing sev
eral alxuit the place drove them
away with the gun. Ho entered
the store and chot Stewnrt down.
He then walked out, hut returned
and shot Stewart although the first
t-hot had killed him.
From Stewart'n he went lo the
house of John .Miller, a quarter of a
mile distant. Finding Miller some
distance from the house, he idiot
and mortally wounded him. He
then proceeded to the house and
shot .Mr. Miller in the stomach,
and killed Miller'ri daughter, after
which ho blew his own braina out,
just as a pojsco of men who had
been summoned came up to him.
While in tho wagon with the
young man ho Haiti -his name was
Milly Joplin. Ho gave tho young
man i'2 saying ho wished him to
telegraph "hiu uncle in Kentucky
that he was in trouble and to come
Joplin had been working in the
neighborhood where the tragedy
occurred, where ho fell in love with
.MiHs .Miller whom he murdered.
He was in the city that day for the
puriwso of ninrrying her, hut her
father followed and prevented thu
Joplin followed them later, and
thinking Stewart had something to
do with breaking up the match,
Tho old man ho killed on the
prairie first turned out to he A. L
Dull, of Hutchinson, Kansas, He
told the young man while riding
with him, he was sorry ho had kill
ed the old man, hut he ought to
have got off the pony quicker.
Harney's County Stt Matter.
In the supreme court at Salem
last week, in the matter of tho coun
ty scat light between I'uruu and
llarmy, the judgment was reversed
and tlie case remarded with in
structions to issue alternative writ.
My this Harney is given oiM)rtuuity
to appear and show cause why the
county seat should not bo located
at Murns, which was denied them
by the fornu.r pre einptory writ of
mandamus issued out of the circuit
Co to tho Med Front Milliard
Hall, Cnnvon City, for lino wine,
liquors ami cigars.
A Kentucky judge has decided
that a man is justilied iu killing
another iu defense of his brother.
lieiuember Mow Sam Driver. Pre
siding Kldcr of the Idaho confer
ence, will deliver his Hipular lecture
at the .M. K. church this city, .Mon
day evening, Dec. '2'2, at 7 o'clock.
Subject, "(lifts." Admission Mlcts.
Al .lellette, who jumped some
land belonging to the Flageollotte
estate at I'ruirie 'ity, was arrest
ed and brought to town last Tues
day, charged with tiocpass. The
trial win eoiiiinonci d yesterday,
and will probably continue several
Previous to printing tho N:w
the last time the stages brought in
nny mail was Sunday night, not
even the Maker Citv dailies arriving
here. Wo don't know what cong
ress is doing, or anything about the
nuws of tho wurld. And as il is
necessary for tlio News to bo issued
this inuniiug wo think It more
proper to print tho items wo have
than to wait for others we know not
VWith n county indebtedness of
itlmtit t.SOJXKMK), a tax levy for the
current year that cannot js)ssibly
fall short of thirty mills, and com
paratively new county buildings
erected at a cost of over -J.'l,(K).00,
do the taxpayers of (Irant county
de.-ire the passage of an enabling
act hy tho legislature noon to con
venor If so, the News is with you.
We believe In allowing mon who
pay tho heavy taxes to make their
voice heard on nil such questions of
Dr. Tung haying gone to China
and left all his businens in the
hauihi of Ah Poy, nil per wins In
debted to Dr. Tung aro ruqiotod to
Kettle their accounts with Ah Poy,
who is authorized to collect tho
Himu,. . Dlt To.MI.
t I'ruirie City, Or., Dee. S, lb'JO.
KA KM KKS' AI.MANCB.
We Imvo hoot i askotl tho "creed
of faith" of tho Farmers' Alliance
Party. According to their platform '
their wants tivon which their faith j
it builueu are briclly, ns lollows:
ICqual taxation upon nil forms of
(ioverument control of railroad
and telegraph lines ns to rates and
Free cninngo of silver, mnkinc it
legal tender for nil debt, public
The election of V. S. Senators by
Forfeiture of nil mummed land
Taxes, direct and indirctt, n low
ns consistent with economic mlniin
istraliou of good government.
Stringent Inw.s for protection of
piu c food products and their rigid
An cU'eclivo Inw to prevent gam
bling in farm products.
Australian ballot system.
School lasiks at cost.
The party is opjsised to alien nou
resident ownership of html.
The general opinion in icfereuee
to tho Oregon Pacific now is that it
will be sold to men who will build
Flour, Cnihiiiu, Ikirley, (either
ground or whole) Chicken feci, Mjo,
.Middlings, I !nin, Slioit.i, ,.v, .ve, at
The Pacilio Mrowery' Celebrated
Mecr, the best iu Kastem Oregon, is
now kept constantly on tap at tho
Med Front Milliard Hall.
There is another row among the
World's fair commihM.incrA at Chi
cago, and iu fact it seems that light
ing among themselves is about all
that has been done so far.
The Annual Christmas Mall for
public school benefit will be given
at John Day on Christmas night,
Dec. '-'.".Hi, l.M. See jKMtem. All
are invited. My order of the Com
Ait k xt ion Comuadks: On Tuce
day, Dec. 2;t, will bo held election
ofollicers of (leii'l Hancock Post
No. III. All Comrade desiring the
prosperity of the Post, come. My
order of the Post.
Whether on pleasure bent or
business, should take on ovorv trip
a luittle of Syrup of Figs, as it acts
most pleasantly and effectually on
tho kidneys, liver ami I owols, pre
venting fevers, headiu lies and other
forms of sickness. For sale in .r()e
and 4I.X) bottles by all leading
IIoIiiich IfusliiOHs COllrgo Ol
Pottlalld will open SupL 1st. .1. A.
Wchci), tho Icadiu;; penman of tho
const, lias become a pnitnei in thin
school and will make, it the loading
MusincHM College. Send for catalogue
Our new "ad." from theeuterpri
ing linn of Collin cV .McFurlund,
lleppuer, speaks for itself, and il is
worth your while to read the same.
Iu order to gain new trade they in
tend presenting a line large book,
which retails at f I.IX) each, to every
retail purchaser of dry goods, cloth
ing, boots and shoes, hats etc., to the
amount of f '.'.'.()(), allowing until
Jan. 1st to mako out the amount,
(live them a trial onhr, when you
send away for gisids.
Moth tho method and reMiltn when
Syrup of Figs in taken ; it id pleasant
and refreshing to tho tnsto nud nets
gently yet promptly on tlm K idneys,
Liver and Movvels, cleniiMs tho sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches, and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrun of Figs is tho
only remedy of its kind over pro
duced, pleasing to tho taste nnd no
ceptalilo to thu stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial In its
efl'ecU, Its many excellent qualities
commend it to nil. It is forwdo iu
50o nnd $1 bottles hy till loading
VlNUrACTUIIID ONLY IU Till
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
Sit fKANCISCO, CM.
lOUISYIlU.tr HCW 10HK, N.I
C. A. It II : A, KIIASK hKI WHHI,
Piosidelit. Vice Piesidellt.
(iKonnii W. (Nascii, (!ashier.
J. I'. IIIIUV, T. A. IIIM'A, I. T. IIOIISON,
Transacts a Ceiierat llanLliig Biislucs,
-u nil suts of the world,
BOUGHT unci SOLD
Collections made at nil oiiit on
Itoasouiihltt Tei ms.
Money loaned nt fioiu one to ten
FOUND HIS LNCMY.
Ttilitjr Vcur. lit VVjHIhb tnr Vrncrmcr
KtHKkrtl lulu m irorkr,! Itt.
Wo were sitting on tho veranda of a
liotot nt N'l.tjara Palls, writes n NVw
York Sua con tr tlm tor, wlicm I notlccl
the man on my right IooVIhk shurply nt
the man ea my lett, anil priweutly he
(ol up In an c.xcltod way ami wutkist
aUml. Alter a hit ho li.iltcd before the
other mnn anil nskol:
"Isn't .Tom- name llrrvhnin?"
"Yes, sir," was the prompt reply.
"Didn't yea used to teaoli wiIhhiI at
"IKi yon reniemhor a Ixiy named lol
klnr "Wry distinctly, sir."
"Mo yon rvtiH'inlwr that ho put n
pirfc(f ot flrv-rrsrUer under lilt ilesk
tml toucheil litem ollY"
"As II It h-iopem-il only yesterday."
"Ami you lutiisl him tor It?"
"I (Mil. I liekiM htm until ho eituM
hnnlly staml, ami I've always been ghiil
"You have, eh?" snhl the other,
hrORthlng last niul hanl. "lo you
Knew that tlmt hoy swore a terrible
"I prosnmo ho illil, .is he was a thor
ough younjr villain."
"Mo swurs an itnlh that he would urow
iiji ami hunt tor you am! siuml you
llhln an Inch o( your life."
"lint I haven't hoard (rein him yet."
"You hour (rum him now! lie stnmls
Ix'fere yon! 1 am that lniy!"
"Pr'Mire to be llckisl! My time has
i-onu- nt lust' '
lie niaile a Jlvo for the ohl nslngei;iie,
hut the Intter evnilttl him, miule a half
turn ninl hit him on the jus, ainl IliHlkln
sunt ovor neh.tlr in a lienp. Then the
wliil.'in si'lomlmavter pllinl onto liim
nnl licketl ti I it) until heuriisl "Kueui;h,"
ami il illiln't take him over three min
utes lo ilo it. Then he ret I nil tenet on
another collar ami replace miiiih but
tons, ami I holpotl litHlkln up ami oh
servisl: "You illiln't waltiiiit long enough, I
"Say! That's where 1 maile a inls
ene!" ho repliisl. "I see new that 1
ougiit to have hehl oil until lie liail get
to Ihi aUiut I.V) yeurs ohl. Tho old
devil is all of TO new. hut he llckod me
rlirhl ell the reel, and I'll never have the
sand to stand up to him airaln. Hero's
thirty yean of walling for vengeance
knocked Into a cocked hat iu three
CAPTAIN JACK'S STOIIY.
Tlir lint t'liurr.ltiritlr I l.i I'lioitf l, tlm
Itrrrm oil tlir llUlpil.
'1'ln' llrst I'oiifederate llaif ever Hung
to tlio hnt'ie on the Mitstlt ilppl wan
rrilsisl by I'aplaln J. V. .luck. To nn
Interviewer at Saratoga he nvo an In
lervKlinK aeeoimt of tlio Incident and of
Ills eventful life, a i follow:
' I wax lKru in so iu Ohio. In 1SIT
I dr.tted down to New Orleans, and
tin re, without friends or money, hoan
the h.itlle of life. Shortly afterward I
I'd ne I u circus, and traveled willi it on
the road. Tlicn we went upaud ilown the
Mlsnixilppi river on a llo.itlui; palace,
UiiiehiiiK at tow ns alen)f the shore and
iflv iiiif eutertaimiieulH. 'l'hlh palace was
M) feet long, AO feet wide, and would
seat ll.tMXJ jmoplo. 1 ran this loat for
our coin puny until Iti'D, when 1 took
charKe of the Il.oilo, a Niualler craft.
On this Ui.vt 1 li.nl a number of 1'reiiith
'.oiiaves. who gave musket drills. A i
simiii ns I'ort Suinler was llreil upon 1
ran the craft up to Vlekshiirg and sold
out every thlnif. even to the muskets,
which were purchased by the Confeder
ates. Then I entne North and ro
maluisl a few days in New York,
hul as my feellinfs and Interest were
all wilh the Southern people, 1 returned
to New Orleans, purchased a passenger
lsiat culled the Charm, and proceeded up
tlie river. Arriving at Ylcksburif 1 met
the l'ritice, a small steamer lucomtnaud
of Caplniu lleowrt, coming down. Il
was while we were moons! at Ylckshtirg
that I hoisted the Confederate Hag.
You see at thai time every one was
making a ibs'idod Htnud for one side or
the olher, nnd one day Captain Itoevo'i
caiiK' ulxi.trd the (.'harm, lie had a Con
federate ll.iir iu his hand, and he said lo
me: 'Captain .1 tiok, these aro Iho col
on we are h.UHng under now.' 1 said:
'AH right,' and taking the ling I milled
it on a long Hile, and lashed tlie pule to
the mainmast. Hut, understand me. If
It were lo lie done once iiKalii, I would
not do It. In fact, no colors would tr"
to tlie top of lay liiuinin.iHt except the
start .Old Stripe. Alter lit u t I con
tinued to run nlcainUinls Iu Southern
waters until 1T(I, when my health
failed, ninl tlnce licit lime, with grip iu
ono hand and pocketUfok In tho other
1 have etplored the world, and esK'clul
ly the I'lillcd Stales, which Is to m
mind the greati'sl country on top of
A II mil Wljli lie Hir' Oiinrr,
Alxiut the year 1700 a fair young bride
Iu the village now known nt New Haven
wore a dainty costume of white. Th
gown was cut low In the nock nud wu"
KleeM less. The dross was ot light and
llliuy texture, and weighed hul aUiut
three iiiince-i. Il has ls' n lit.ndid down
from ;eu ration to g.'iicratio i u iiil m
l.il it h n c hu" iat p.i.. -.i.ei if .,
1 Union-;, lady. The dres ! r. i. .irl.al.lv J
well pre. rved ami l extrele ly .
Ide, iHith from III age r.lld He he.iut) ;
Iiridd 'rles with whtcli It Is cveiid. I
'I'lo dckigu of the trtlliiolug Is pr'H.lv 1
worked In the oo.irse linen llire.nl '
tuiiuui n In those days.
A Sllik'illar toll l ii.tioii I
I'nlil within n few years a .ingiii .i J
ciiHl..i.i h:. I ohutin d III hw lt rland ,
lo ii liu .li.inil and wife expressed a do- '
dr. for a divorce they were risoiired lo I
enler a room and live therein together
ior .. fortnight, during which time they
Acre lo ither to see nor to converse with
.onlHily elw'i their food was passed to,
tli. in through a narrow opening In tho ,
wall, and all communication with tho
oiii.nle world wns cut ott. If, at tho
e.idora fortnight of this confinement,
l.) ; ther, the couple still clamored for
lUoive, It was Hraiitod without further i
Wu ii it making luniuoincnU to
iiiiijitoy u piiitlvr in tli Ni.wk funuilt yt
wo that tin rililnr can t t iinr to i un
Iittt tiulo f.-f ! Dtt Un I
s f lit lr Amu I'sf. Auilt
I M 1 Ji. UUtl ', "1.1
1.' ..i '( i f I i,isl Hkl
- I ..i lMu
1 . , i l . k w.4 I
, h - ' M "I" l'il-
f i I . . . 0 .. M. f V I
) 1 S I C (' ' t
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v i I . . I. .1-1 I A 1 1 ''
Kissun ANo rnr.it hi.vn'savii iu
M Von rI1l. tI1M T"' Jcot Ortu
At hu r"nt l"lt''-or lit. tn
" vn my nil ur--H u fctrrcl,
I nu(M ta kDuS ymi down.'
"ThiCt lir ou'r twt," tiJ Drawn
tn rrnti mil 1 in1 mtki
klor.) hrrt Oit l'. ,1,nlM
Hut I Om-J lr on tt chrtt
ml I did so toitnf ho leokfil so hsml
nuno th" vrrrr picbiro of Ix-nutjr and
liMtlth. Whnt M tlm Kvrrt of ltf"
" WVll," rvpllnl llitvn, "ulnce you imk It,
I villi tell Ton: slxi titi-s Dr. rlrrw'ii t'a-
1 vurlto rnnorli'tlon. I urxvt your spolo
I UT. Otxl nlslit."
An unlimloir womnn I rstrlf. If ever,
' tvAUtirtil. Tho piulir to wliU'li
so tiimir ef ilia s.i re ur.)t. r prollfl.)
rnuirt of n!-, mllow f nc, dull. hlatrvlcM
i eri-s nnd rmsrlntcl forrim. Womrn )
Rrtllctrl, rsn 1 iwrninri Ir urrl hy
lulu Dr. I'litiv'i riwurltii Prrarrli'tloui
stid with tltn nterstlon of lnUh oeim t
I thtt tKitutf Hlilcli, eoml'lrirtl with irothl
' (juslltlrsuf tit-nd nud lnntt, tnnkifl wuukii
aiik-i'll ef Ion lilir.
' I'nvnrlto l'r Option" l thrnnlr mn.
I Irlim fur womrn, toM liy ilnutirlMs, oiulrr
n poaltlvn iiuurnolro from the mniiii
I fm'turrni. thul It will irlvn Malfai-tlon In
en ry ca.1. er mnnc will li irltuulnl. It
l a Kwltlt' te(ie for loumirrlien, minftil
inruttrusllnn. unnstural nuiTrvulnin, pro-
Upsuii. er fslllnir of thn wumK wink Nirk,
ntiti vtmlrtn, irtmrrralnn, iHiirlnir - dawn
K halhm. rhrerilu coiu-villim. lullaiuma
! lion ml ulci'rntmn ef I no wemt.
: woiii.ii lmn-KssAior Mckicai. aa-
CJATlu.v, .viiueitnrtiln'rs, lluSulo, K. V.
DR. PIERCE'S PELLETS ,Yr
lAintlve, er CMImrtio, iixrilliu to slid
i of il.u. II r drUKs'luU. U tvuu o vlul.
DKAKNKSS I'll'TKUN YliAHS.
Cutrd iu Seven Minutes by Klectticity
Mr. I lawn, of Skagit, Cured in Ten
Minutes hy the Same Method
- Cancer of the Tongue
Yields to thesame
Hditor Oremninn: Kor llftecn
yearn I have betui doaf .so I could
liear but very little. ('mild not
henr the clergyman Hpoak iu church
unleri.s close lo the speaker'n rtaiul,
in fact, could henr no ordinary con
versation. I came lo Dr. D.irrin
for electric treatment. He cured
mo iu seven minutes, so I can hear
an well as over in my life. I live
at the New York Hotel, l-'ront and
I! slroctH, Portland.
.1 AM liS HAI.Y.
Cancer Cured hy Klectticity.
To the Alllicted: Alsmt four j
yeaiH at;o I noticed a small nore on
my toii;iio which i'ailmillv oiilai
ed to (lie si.o of a half dollar. I
tiied iu vain wilh reven ditTeieul 1
doclorK to cure it, but all to in pur
pose. I wns tortuicd bcyoml nil ,
account with tltoir strong nn dieiucH,
htiiniuu, etc I hoaid of Hr. Dar
rin'n curen by electricity. I have
been under hi- treatment nix week.s
Now all traces of it have disaiiih .ii
cd, evee,,. a near, which an one
can seo by calling .... me al my
homo, .mi. Ill t ariullierH Mml,
MI!S. (ili(). ItlCltKlil..
Deafness Curtd in Ten Minutes.
A. P. Ilawn, of Skagit, 'ash ,
leading of tin many miraculous.
curcK ol" deafness made by Urn.
Uarriu iu a few minutes, and coin
iii lo Potthuid (o meet his wife,
who had been enst on n visit, con
tdlldid to consult the doetoiH in ref
erence to his dtafness, which had
tumbled hilll fur Fume lime. He
tool; their lieiituieiit and wan cup d
in ten minutes nnd wax happy in
Hiphc t of all m Lc.ivTiuiii' l uwcr.
Grand Huntsman Ball
ilCiyoii C'Hy, NDwyears Bye.
t ; 1 i: is t 1 1 ic
CANYON CITY RIFLE AND SHOTGUN CLUB-
A line "dune Supjir" al I
Ticlii la i.o li.iiin.' htippcr s. (It).
MAY'S NORTHERN GROWN SEEDS, KtfuS
OFFER NO. ?. by.W "WmsStJZ,:
iniMt. m ,iii 1 1... tt w i
Ul NTZ HtifcT. A i.lMi-.it
' l I Ml It . i 4Ll .
IJM I I..,
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k,. . II . r '.
I i . I . I I ....I.. Ii ,J. k M.
1 I.. L. MAY . Cl.,
i iinin and I lor '. . fit. F'oul. Minn.
KVt Cita'..;- :.-r.-;Tl:d;e Cae:t and neri ct..Ut ccr r-uUhhed.
tlced, alfo wns hnppy hoyontl mens
tire in meeting his wife snfo nftor n
week's trnvol over tho tronehorous
railroads, nud put her tuidur tho
diH-lor'n treatment for various dis-
The Doctors nro crowded wilh
patient from M) A. M. to .S P. .M.
Drs. I l.ti riu are no doubt thu hardest
worked men in Portland. The
doctor have n huge country
practice nnd send their electric
remedies to any one desiring home
treatment for any curable chronic,
aeulo or private discuses, which
are kept strictly confidential.
One of the tloctorn is visitini;
dillereiil lowns iu Ihi' slate to hotter
accoininoilate those who find il
iuiHMhlc lo come to Portland.
The head olliice at 7)J Wash"
iugton ilrect, Ptirtland, will inn an
usual. Consultation and examina
tion free. All classes treated free
from 10 lo II A. M. daily. Charg
es moderate, being only fjOa month
for each disease, or in that proHr
lion, as one may ictpiire.
per anj thin m III i. kMiiithini; that
lull M.Cbiie cin't ..i. At the Sam
I'Yciich line b Mnn mile aluve Poli
flor.se ,v orim a Sn'ri(tlfj
II 'du'cii .U(tkint Dour.
Aid. WuliK (ilAltANTHl'H.
!lNYO ( M V, (lit,
. I'drrisli - - Pron:
A line stock- of fresh llauilios, Nuts,
Tolsieeo, Stationery, Hto., lite, just
nveived. (live me it call.
Canyon Cily, Or.
This popuhtr rr.snrl has
hern- roaH'itt'il Id I he Htblia,
and now, as in the past,
keeps nolhiifj hul the best
Wines, LitaorsS- Ciifars-
a. 1. KICK 1 It I, f'i opr.
L" " UilO 1 UUllillH s
Canyon City, Or.
luch'soii Chambers, I'ropr,
This lteaiauniut has leceutly lieon
opeiiud, niul will furnish .Miutls or l.ixb
iiuj ut living nttiw.
A i.pecial feature about this hoiiNo
is (hat no Cliiiiene eisikN are employed
iu the kitchen. (live the Itostuuniiil
a dial. .I.m'imin (Iiiamhhiis,
I'. S. Hov't Report, Aur. 17, 1889.
he New 1 1 nt. 1. ('01111' livciyhody
Mtn.l iMwl.ntr Vult'ljr, Ubj' riim iul Dim
IM-tki'AIIlM' I IM .! ('liniRTMftl WATCiiiMri MM
Hilt Ut .l I ittHl , in I In utr I 1 1 i tta in (lis i-.il.
tutr .nr ii le'iyi '.ii i iu .il ill . iiii...
ln k i. I b.i M
till II , . . Ill . nl'l
I. . i.kllllHj
Test Norttinm Crown Soo Ii I
.ii.i ... III.
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