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THE GRANT COUNT! NEWS,
Thur.sdtii, . Itril !().
Gfl!iimti(vtMr." coutt, mjukir term,
YlW (Mil litpttitteyOJr itHlchtwIllltM
at tJi" N'llws rdlice in rotinty outer, at
IWple are coming in to hxik nt thix
country this year. Kunueriy ve were
not evxn looked nt.
Stud ami stack nf cnrtlwtxxl nU
on the on-ck Link uniting for favor
nMe Ikiiting weutlier.
A bnmeh of tin1 Kin mr Alliance
will, ii tluulit, won I" established in
Onint county, Immi.
Our valley eierieiM:(il m)um
litlH't IhiI wi't, Imt i) hunt not
learned (if tli fruit crop Udiig iiijiu.il.
Harney vnllny rouchcM Iwvn nn
nlHiniUnw of gniiu left over from lt
ytur, uiul are prcNiritig for n Wirge
The. .lohn I toy ly asked hii i:
"Why did iwt the lion eat ltonicir
''limy verceirii lion, my m, and
hud no teeth."
County Tmiiutur Holey, nt hi lat
rcwt to Scho.l SupL Itonlinm, li.ul
on lmml tlif kuiii of $o, for tlio
enmity sehixil fund.
A little wit now mid then, is
relislnxl by til" wiimt of men. So
eoino to tlio entertainment toiiioiiow,
WTmic did yon get that hut? At
ScW Urothers', where they have tlio
l.itot stylo in children' aprin nnd
summer utrow gtxxU.
Wni. .Morns, of ' tlm .Morru mine,
on Ureeiihorn, a in town thix wnl-,
u till left ill the Nr.ws olliee specimens
of hii rich silver ledge.
Tim Canyon City Dnutuitic Club
will give mi entci tniiiiiient tomorrow,
Friday, evening, lit tlm Masonic hall.
Don't fail to I- pioscnt.
Sheepmen with whom we have eon
veined lepoit very good luck with
their Hooks o far this .season, mid the
increase in l uiilrt ery gtxxl.
Hard times aie not confined to
(iraiit county alone. Our neiidilxn-s,
many of them, iin u great dual worno
oil' financially, than people of thin
Co to the lied Front llilliard Hull
for a cool, refit' thing ill ink of the
futint lager Ix-cr in Ivistorn Oregon,
liuck lxrei- on tup on nnd after
District Attorney Ch.ix. F. Hyde is
in attendance at this teiin of couit;
also lawyer 1 1 tint i Hilton, of The
Dalles. Our home attorneys aic nil
heie, us usual.
The Mitnmiu Ix-twecn here and
Harney valley are Uire of snow along
the road. This is a dilli-reiit state nf
iitT.iirx from one year ago, when snow
and mud prevailed.
Hilly .Monis camo down fiom the
mountains on snow shoes, and says the
snow is us solid almost as a field of
ice, which indicates u long sciistm for
placer miners in the (ininite country.
There will lie a Fouith of duly cole
lir.ition at Stxlu springs, on Canyon
creek, and tin1 lx-st music in these
part has Ix-en engaged to ilay for the
platfoiin dance. Ailveitisement later
Our watchmaker hem in Canyon
City has jut bought a lino of specta
cle and tiyo-glassoH which is uudoulit
edly one of the Uist and moit complete
(HUM in Oiegon. (iunuiue pebbleK a
specialty. .Nlcxlcnite prictui.
Smut county ought to put foith a
reasonable ellnit to gie gixMl toads to
the people of Crunite. The milling
miiipn of that kctiou w ill mxiii come to
the tiont, and put us to shame for
keeping them in the luck wikkU so
While at I turns hut week wti found
Register Huntington and Heceiier
Kelly.nf the land otlice, as busy as
could getting away with any
amount of hard wnik. "Id ".I. II."
alone seems pial to half a dozen
Ueitl.mU of t!.inyon City should
Istgiu to lok after their llowem now,
that thtire may be a plentiful supply
by May IlOth to decomte the cemetery.
Any man, woman or child who do-wn't
take enough pride in the welfare and
iiiputitiion of the city to help preue
for such an nccasiou should it Uin
ishtxl for t iiionths.
Mr. .lewctt, proprietor of the Can
yon-Hunts stajje line, has gixl stock
uiul good wagons, ami the ro.nl from
hi'ie to Hutu is in splendid condition.
The tlip it) liiaile in nUiut thirteen
hours. From llutns to linker City
the fare is 51 I, which is much less
than by way of Huntington or Ontario.
I'aisengur for the lower country will
umi money by coming by w'tiy of Can
If the citizen of Canyon City wish
to show their enterprise, they should
nuke some needed iuiproveuienU on
tlm city ceniBtery. The fence on the
south tide is lying llat on the ground,
and wattle am roaming over the gmvin
ut will. This is a matter that should
reeciwt pionipt iit'ention, as such dis
graceful neglect does not rellect any
to the cnslit of our uitiuis, and will
not have n tendency to make a wtry
favorable iuipriwiion uon tint num
eroui visitor tint will proUibly Is
here to ulcrw Decoration Day,
Win. Myiuitt, who is here attending
court, is AMiktnnt InrUir in Stephens'
DmitMtic entettiiittment tomorrow
eieuing for the Uinellt of the public
(iinniille Ckirk, who hns Ufin run.
ning a drug .store at lltirns, onmtt home
I'mch tree air in full bloom, nml
pttnr, plum ami chen-y tmm lmvp fol
Work on the l)yille.nytnek
wiifMi Msid has cemtneneiil in isirntMt,
we linve loen toll).
'Ilm new tnmlit Norton Ims
UHitle her trial trip down Snake rirr
Mr. Whreler, fiom Uiker City, is
oi or to rewirt testimony in the state
mes nt this term of coutt.
SlrilV Crn)ip rrtuml iKHne Tuk
day night from Snleni, whem he
convened the insuiie woiimn.
Our lent hein friends rent iiMite or
Ihm mill in their sivtion lately, and
mnge gia is looking pietty well.
The iourt apMiintisl T. .1. Smith
grand jury Uiilill', ami .In. Hobinton
nnd Vic. Keller general eiwit Uiil'lls.
It nwy !' proper to fowl Iioimw on
the street, lett p-eple ought to tint!
rrsim in the liiery stnblo for their
Mr. (. (Siindtach informs ns tltnt
he has iir.wdoI in ruising nlnwdy a
Uiiiiis nf oxer 83,000 townnl n tltwr
ing mill nt .lohn Day.
l'rnf. Hurnhiim went over to the
lireenhorn country Inst week, Itut it
is snid he expects to return and do
' some prospecting in this jsitt of the
Minor Urotlier;, tloiilor in genernl
inureluuidi.-e, Main ntrrct, lleppner,
; Oregon. SK'fial li.Mcoi)iitr to ciimIi
Iniyurn. (iikkIh nt Dalles price.
OnltTH by nmil prutnptly filled.
Money ent by (Inmt county in
constructing gissl wagon rtvuls thinugh-
' out the county will return ten fohl, in
iucrtstsed tnMible property from the
j xi-clions immeiliitely Utnellttl.
The grand jury got in gmnl working
tr i in soon nfter organization, and is
engaged in thiiroughly iu mitigating
the business brnught lfore it, of
which there will no doubt U a great
l'eople are enthusiastic oier our
contemplated mining Ixmiii. If this
creek onii In) workisl with hydniulic
elevator, the Iksiiii will not le a small
one. Six milts of cieek I - t ton i can
be cleaned up.
Harney county rood supers isors
might imptove the nlrtsidy gtsxl rood
U'tween here ami Hums by a little ,
l.ilior. We are pleased to recoiiimend
Ciiuit county's part of the rtmil to the
This county wnntu ten tlioutfiuitl
Hterling granger.-, to cmlmrk in prune
culturo here right nwny. Ten nvtvn
of prunes prnM'rly eultivatetl will
iiicun opulence uiul plenty in u few
yearn for any one.
At limns the city laws must le
enforced, eseli if the marshal has to
stick a gun into a prisoner's ear.
Ilitsidy Johnson is their marshal oser
there, and has a dillicult time in pie
sen ing decoruiii and maiiituining the
dignity of the law.
Some interest is felt legardiug a
w t it of mandamus issued by .Judge
Clilloid in the Haiiiey county suit
contest, but as nisir as we base Ix'eu
able to leant it is an alternative writ
' issued in tinier to hi ing the matter
propel ly liefoie the coutt at the com
The Harney 1'iess, ssikiug of the i
islitor of the liollg Cieek l'Jlgle, says:
I "I'.ittetson can tlo us no Imt in org(l.
long t'leek ought to lind out what
dog biought him to town, ami some
Usly ought to cjirry him out on a
chip." What nio you trying to call
him, llto. Heath; is it a soup Ixme! ,
The (limit County Agricultural
AkMioiatiou wou.il Miuutl big, ami do
much towatds bringing mr agiicul
tural ami hoiticultuml resources to the
notice of the wot Id. At plieut this
orgtiuiAiitiou does not exist eeu in a
name. Iet us tike some pritlt) in ntr
county and see what enn Udoue.
Our attention has Is'en calhsl to tlm
fact that a (irt'onhniu coneoiitlent
made the assay of ue fiom one of the
mines a little too high (jtiOO). The
Nhwh hoM's that the assay ' cor
rect, but diN-s not Utliese in exiijjijer
nting. If it tlitl not reach that liguie
it should not have lccu so statist.
San Francisco, I'ortluml, Suluiu,
ami in fact all tlm Woxtorn t itie
and toivim of any iiiix)rtauco, are
iimking very elaUratf prep.tratioim
for the roception of the presidential
tmrty. Canyon City tdiouhl begin
her prt'imra'tions to receive the
jiri'Milunt by trying to induct) soine'
railroad couipany to put a line of
roail into thin valley.
At the last regular meeting of 'he
John Day blge, I. O. C. T., of Can
yon City, the following ollicers weie
elected to serve for the term Uigiiiuing
May ', I Hy 1 : J. II. Collins, C. T.;
Mamie Oierholt, V. T.; V. (!. Keller.
Hoc. Sec.; I'ntnk I'leichuiaii, Fin.
Sue.; Hev. (!, K. Luce, Chap.; F.rnent
Stausvll, M.; Jennie Wood, 1. (!.;
Samuel I'arrish, O. (I. The uiuinlstr
ship of the lodge has l'en considerably
enlarged during the uut winter, and
' it is now doing a grand work in
assuring to purify nod elevate society.
May many more young men and young
women enter this grand woik.
Cttd'5 tlisjsie4l of siuco convpiilng
of court Moiwlny iiwrniiig;
J. Durkheimer A- Co. vs. Uiclinnl
Comiett I'roinixfory nolo; coiitin
uei! for tlio tprin.
CorlK'tt - Maclwy y?. Murmy
Hrw. UecovTry of tiMtiwy; tli.
imi itv iHK Kirr.
Tlm I'ortlniHl SnvingH Hank v?.
Win. Welch, et al Motion to ot ,
n!ile ftlieriU's hbIc allow ttl.
Kirlmnl I'atrum vx. Win. Welch,
et nl Decree in ncco-nlnnr with i
the prnver of the coinphtint.
T. H.'l.ieU. . J. W. Mack et al
Onler cnllrining wilt. ,
.lonoph KeerniR vh. John Crrey, I
et nl, nnd C. S. Dnstin Onler ron.
firming smb ,
1C. Stetviirt vu. .latut'S T. Thorp
ami Ktlu M. Noble Onler conllrm
State vi. John D. Hunnker
larceny of a horM', hail forfeited :t
SeiiteiiilH-r term; district attorney
onlered to institute suit on Umtl.
Stale v. I.eter Urecnwell 1
Stale v?. Uiley Thtnison Pence ,
ImjihI; tlefeuilaut ilifcliargetl and ,
State vh. Keeney A- Soroggint;
Allowing a minor in f-aliHin; jury
trial, venliet of not guilty.
It i now an admitted fart on all ;
hide that the coming nea.-on is cer- j
tain to lie the uuwt fruiftil In the
history of this valley. j
Cold weather I tux lire vailed in all !
part of the I'niled Statex. The 1
mercury went down to freezing
oint at Jackfon, Mixni-xippi lately, i
Thoi who advertise in thix pajs-r '
do not tlo m through any regard or
xymimthy for the iuhliher, hut
purely Ih'ciiuso they think it will
Judge Robinson, of the xtijH'rior '
court at Olympia, refiiMni lo natu
ralize live ltahanx, who had taken ,
out their llr.l paicrx in New York, j
Not one of them had ever read the ;
constitution of the I'niled States.
The Olympia Tribune think, that !
it would be a good itlea for the i
I'nitcd Slatex to couiel all foreign- i
erx who have liccn in thix country I
for nix monthx without declaring
their intention to become cilixen",
to get out.
The people of Sumpter valley and
of the milling camiH adjacent are j
becoming anxioux for the ooration !
of the Sumpter railroad. Once in j
operation the product of that xec- !
lion will find a ready market in
linker City. Democrat. j
A curious inixtakc wax made in
the printing of Ilill'x Code in the
description of the liounthirv line of '
Marion county, in which the xouth- j
eru line runx up the Sautiam river '
ami itx north fork to the Can-ado ,
mountainx, ami "thence title caxt to '
the Itocky mountainx.
When the car of Utioxia readx '
if ho dare touch or look Uxm a 1
neWfpiicr about the travel of the !
chief ruler of tlm I'niled States, j
going freely and without fear from
one confine of the countrv to the
other, he may well wioli that their
Munitions could be reveriwil.
'flic committee of the Mate Uiaril ,
of agriculture, apH)inted for the p
iiirMM of tlevising ineaiix for raib- ,
ing a fund for an exhibit for the ',
great fair in la'.KI, have called a
nicotiug to xi held at 1'ortlainl on
the Kith of June next, when they'
will endeavor to secure contribulionx j
amounting to over f.Ml.lXX) for that
Ix John Hull hatching up a
scheme to capture the president of
the I'nitetl Statex for the puroo of 1
holding him ax a hostage until cer-
tain tlixputet! iUextionx are nettled! '
The mayor of the town of Victoria, J
llritish 'Columbia, hax invited Mr. '
Harrison to visit that town when he !
getx in the neighlHirluxMl. which
will be next mouth.
In September, l.S.Ml, Mix Fraucix
I!. Mulkoy tlixapK-aretl from the
home of her father, F. M. .Mulkoy.
on llireh creek, with a young man
who gave hix name, while there, ax
0. D. Kiiimick. Mr. Mulkey ix
very anxioux to learn the where,
nlxaitx of his daughter, anil will be
thankful for any information which
mav lead to her discovery. Letters
udtfrcftxed to Mr. Mulkey at either
Pilot Hock or Pendleton will reach
lie sat in hix door at linker town,
on hix face wax a terrible frown;
the lliex were bulling along that
way, allured hy the xmcll of the
town. Not a customer darkened
hix Mirtnl, not a xigu of buxinesx
wax there; and the lliex forgot he
wax mortal, anil went bu..inga round
hix hair. At laxt in in-nory he
shouted, "I i real Scott, I'm covurcd
with lliex!" Ami the zephyrs that
toyed with hix whixkerx, xaid ' Why
don't you advertise?"
Struyisl or htolen, from lleppner,
Morrow county, one dark-bay mare,
cix yearn old, branded J. on left
xliotildcr. Untight of Hen CampM!,
of John Day Valley, hy H. W. Car
rtngtou. A' reward of t'M will Ikj
paid for name delivered in lleppner.
H. V. Caiiiiimitox.
lleppner, Morrow county, Or.
I'HAtKIlt CITY NEWS,
I April 2S, I SU1.
i Town i? julot.
Our city jail i finishrsl hihI rendy
' KverylKxly is kicking ihe ftsit
Imll. v meiin.
John Auxtin linn returneil from n
htistnes trip to Portland.
Then' wax a social dance nl Joe
lttiten' hotel Inxt Friday night.
1 A few of tlm Iniy of thix place
: ami vicinity have gone courting.
We noticed n ginHl miiny faced
from Canyon City ami John Day
during the week.
'flic monumcutx in the little Held
acrws the river, I presume, will he
The city council is improving the
xtn-etn hy tilling up holex mitl re
pairing the xidewalk.
We underaUud that .luck Dixon
ix ahout to leave, tln-rehy cnuxing
wim of the young ladiex to Ih very
Our worthy detective ix jtn-n
that even calves will leave their
mother antl follow him. hut he ix
no sardine, if he ilid come in a tin
Mr. A. Knight, of John Dav w ax
up. He unit) lie wax up looking for
a light. Ax he could not be accom
modated, he returned thinking there
were no lighting men in our hurgh.
J. D. Daly, of (iougc live, ix in
on a vixil to til.s valley, lie xtarted
to town Sunday in company with
Jut-tin Henry. A Unit three milex
aUive town their team became
frightened antl ran away. The oc
cupant got oil' with a few xeralehex,
but the huggy wax badly demol
ished. Mr. Porter ix wailing for hix part
ner to arrive, when he will enter
into IhjiiiIs to builtl a roller mill at
thix place. We hcnttl that the
iHHiplu of John Day were raising a
(hiiiux to have him builtl a milt at
that place, hut we heard Mr. Porter
xay that he had no intention of
building a mill there. Thix pint of
the valley raixt x inoxtof the wheat,
ami we iroxo to grind it into
Marked grow th in all vegetation,
during the week, in plainly noticed.
Prexitlent llnrrixon will reach
Portland al 1'2 o'clock, noon, of May
Sheepmen predict an increase
from lambing of from DO to UK) jier
I'uion county hn nulKtamliug
ami unpaid warrants to the amount
of f Hl, nm. It).
Co to the Hed Front Hilliard
Hall, Canvon City, for fine wiuex,
litjuorx ami cigars.
The mortgage indebtedness of
thix country ix f .S.0,(KX),IXHJ, or
alxnit i 10 r capita.
It U oaiil the Farmerx' Alliance
and prohibition will cut ipiile a
liguie in Iowa Kiliticx thix year.
Cnxik couuly'x iiulehteilnexx ix
only f P2.7.V.1 1, while xhe lmx
rexourcex niiiounting to i.Mlt) 7-1.
Tito state of Pennxylvaiiia hax
I Mf jx'rxonx to the xipiare mile, and
Oregon hax in the neighl orhood of
Flour, Cnilmm, ISailey, (oitlmc
gtonnil or w hole) Chicken feed, Hje,
Mitlilliug, Hum, ShoiU, Ac, ,Ve, at
The San Joxc xcale, one of the
inoxt ilangeroim of fruit pext, hax
made itx aporauee at Vancouver,
A democratic paper ix to he
started in the new ceven Devils
mining camp to In- known a "The
' Inxanity," Hit a plea for mur
derer, hax given way to "hypno
twin," or ax oltl-timcrx inted to call
it, ' inesiiierixin."
The Pacific Hrewery' C'elehratml
Heer, the hext in Hnxtem Oregon, ix
now kept i-onxtautlv on tap at the
I ted Front Killiartf Hall.
'flic subscription lixt fur the John
Day roller mill met with gratifying
result, and the micvexs of the
undertaking xeeinx to he axsurod.
A lot of sliixh" ha. been ami
i hein written iiImjiiI tho iuh'i1
xity of ameiitlinj our coiintitution
Kj a to enable the federal govern
inont to esteiitl, in tho several
xtuto, reite protection to the
subjects of foreign countries
therein residing. Nothing of the
kind ix needed nor should it ho for
a moment tolerated. The general
government already ha unite
enough power, many think cnliiely
too in 1 1 (.' 1 1 , over the internal atTairs
of tho stales. There ix mi htato ill
tht 1'nion that doe not givo tho
foreign subjects precisely the wnue
protection extended to nntiui
Amurican citienc; inonttliey have
no right to ask. The ooutitiition
of tho I'nittxl Slatox wax not
framed iion KuroK-au tutxIuU nor
after KuroK.-nn itlcax, and wo tlo
not helievo that it will over he
changed bocnu.u of Kurunonu
oluuior, nut oven if Italy hould ho
j'uinod hy ovory uiiliuu in ICtiropu.
I Kiiitok (tn.v.vT l'o. Nkw: llnv
, ing receivetl the horticultural rowrt
of the tatn Inwrd of Otegon, hy the
, courteny of lion. Philip .Mctschan,
I will take the lilcrty of making a
few extracts from xaul rcwrl; also
will oiler a fww remarks on my own
To Intgin with, every man that
, owns a fruit tret xhouhl have a
copy of the xaitl reiwrt for thix year.
Thfx valley hax thux far e.seaed
the Codlin nnith anil San Joe xcale
louxe. ami only hy cant and the
utmoxt diligence can we hoe to
cxcax' thexe pext. They have
them in the Willamette vallev to
xuch an extent that jstiple have
Ixpen onleretl hy the xtnte IxmnPof
horticulture to either clean their
tree or cut them dow n. Not only
nre the lHtliex anil limhx allectetl by
tla .scale lou-M', but the root are
alxo alfeetetl ami leconie knotty
antl warty, anil the tree xoon die
from the eH'cctx. Perxonx having
tree xhouhl not allow any old
apple box, lid, sack or other thing
that may have hail dixeaxed apple
in, -r come from where tlixeaxetl ,'
i i . ... i ... i ,
i uppien an- grown, 10 oe leu lying
' around their prendre. The xcale
I louxe ix at Milton, near Walla
t Walla. They infect the xhade
, tree and even the Hirch tree along
' the creek. They xpread faxt,
lieing conveyed on the feet of birtlx
1 from t ret to tree. Kveryono can
w how iinHirtunt it ix for ux to try
and keep clear from thexe jiextx; for
if one man get them all will have
. them. They got thrni at Milton
from (hone famoux tree jx-thlelrx
from I!iM-liester, .New York. Many
of ux in thix valley have laa-n bitten
by thexe xharerx. I acknowledge
to f.'ii) for my xehtHiling by those
, teacher. It wax found they hail
brought their stock from California.
; I fear we are all in for it from the
i Payette nurxury, if these tree are
1 diseased. We xhouhl Ik- careful
. alxiut planting any tree if they are
i not dixinfected and iiixiiretl. Any
lone wanting rejMirt of I .SIM, can
, procure the xuiiie by applying to
i .lame I Icntlcixhot, conunixxioner of
i the Fifth tlixtriet, Cove, 1'nion
j t ountv, Oregon. The rexirt give
, all the ieciK'x for denting the
diU'eronl dixeaxe of tree. I will
I give two or three.
j Firt: 'fake xoft nonp. mix with
washing xoda to about the conxix-
tency of thick paint, ami npplv to
it... f.. ..i:..- ..c.i...
I .in- I'miii-ii to nn- iiii'i., iiivl riuir
ing Ihejn if thev are covered with
j rough balk. J
j Second: 'fake one pound of
' concentrated lye to live gallon of ,
j water, if you have not the xonn, nnd j
1k careful of you- lmiidx, a tiie Ive
willenuxti sorex if it toitchep tlie
Kin; apply tne ximp or ive vvaxii ux
high as you can, even on the limhx.
Apply thix waxh in May and June,
a month aimit. Il'voti waxh in the
j w inter after the leaves have fallen,
! take one x)uud of lye to two and
one-half gallon of water.
Third: Ht-eiH for (Ireen and
, Hlaek aphix, a "'st that hax xapped 1
, our young tree for four year, and j
j ix growing woim and worse evciy
year. They ate a small Hy that go
from tree to tree, sucking the lift
out of all young t-hoot antl tender ;
leave, and leaving a iM-rmanent
foundation for disease. The follow- ,
lug rcciu wax sent from Southern 1
Oregon with the loxertiun that it '
vvtll kill the last aplux in your I
tree. 'fake live xuuil.x of leaf,
tobacco, boil in twenty gallon of1
witter for two or three hour, then '
take one gallon of xoft soup and boil
in ten gallons of water until thor- i
ollghly mixed, mid the whole I
together and strain through a burlap j
xack into a barrel or vat. Apply !
hy (praying or with yringe.
The report xavx that a spraying '
inat hine, with inu.lc, hose ami '
force pump, can be had in Portland
at a cost of from f I I to $-'t. David ;
Luce tell me he saw in Portland, '
for f "), a llit-clii inat hine, to be
mounted on a wagon or sled and j
worked hy two men. A pcron will !
want about three wic of nolex, ,
fun-, medium ami coarse. It ix
said that two men, in one day, can
treat J'XI deed with thix uiaehine.
Three or four neighbor could club l
and all uxn the xiime machine, vat.
etc '11 ti reMrt ix worth money to
all who have fruit treex. There an
I reeiM-x for using aracnic, London
purple. Pari green, bexidex ninny
other neijx-x and much valuable
information. Send at once ami gel 1
' you one. Well, a the Ml. Vernon
correxH)inleiit nay, I guex I had
I better xign my iiiuiit'j ux that ix
i enough to exxxe one' ignorance,
; Wm. Lrcc.
Hurrah for all mrt of the Pacific
i cuiixt! The encouraging new is
, lM-iiig daily leceived tiiat in all
; localities uixxl crop are nxxuritl.
Thin lueann pnwK'rity on every
j The apjteal of the eople of
(Ireonhorn for wagon roada xhouhl
not go unlicetled. There exixtx in
the (ireonhorn xection a mineral
lielt of untold richnex and which
some day will xlir the mining world
from center to circuiiiferencc.-l'em- ,
According to Home advice tin- J
Italian tireinier gave Hnron Fava a
Otxil welcome, liildini appreciattx
that he made a fiasco, and ix jinx
ion to throw the blame on Fava
It ix repotted in Home that the only
(luettion now allccliug the unhiin-t
ix how to get out of tho American
till ...I. ! .1. .1. . I . .11. ....
ilimcimy wiwi mo leuni tiieraei'.
Cka.vitk, April VMi, ISM.
Two fret of snow is now n'jMirlcd
nt Kohlnxonvillc, and gome, very
Pncctorx an goin into the
mines, taking their outfits in on
Placer mine are al! running on
full time, anil ctnidernh1o gold
dust will lie xhipMd from thix tlix
triet thix xoaxoii.
The fleam pump ami hoixt al the
Virginia mine will xtart up Monday,
ami xinking on the xhaft will com
mence ax ssxin ax tie' water is
"Helter wagon nmdx" ix all the
talk now. Several hundred dollar
have Ik-cii raisetl by private sub
scription to impmve the road from
Sumpter to ItohiiiMUivillc anl the
lireenhorn mine, hy the way nf
Mr. TnUir hax taken n very active
patt in the wagon riKtil enterprise,
and xhouhl Ik aietl hv every-
1 hh I v
in the tlixtriet. We want
roads, ami if (irnnt count v
' will not help ux we will build them
The xchtxil at this place, under
the management of Mixs l.lmhcck,
will close next I'riday. We think
the (Iraulte eople were very fortu
nate in securing the service of this
accompUxhed young ladv, who ix a
natural instructor, ami fier xdnvolx
are uotieeable by their excellent
government and gixx.1 ortler.
H. D. j
Till-: OK AND JURY.
Chax. 11. I.ee, W. II. Short.
Kohbinx, Lafayette Howell.
Tureman, J. C. Moore, and
I To exiiel the ini)Uritie in the j
i the bhxxl and give strength to the j
i xyxtem before the etlVetx of warm
1 weather are felt, ne Pfundei'x Ore
gon IIIixhI Purifier. j
(Jypxutn. commonly known ax i
Plaster of Parix, hax Ih-cii found in
large tuantitiex within five mile of
Huntington. Text made by com- j
I petent expert show the iuality of
thix gyMoun lo be iiHrtor to any .
vet dixcovered on the coax,'- :
When vou xentl awav for good
i .t ,i t i . .it
remember the firm of lot In
I'ailaiid at lleppner. They not on
ly guarantee you lirxt claxx gixxlx at
lowest prices, but they pay mail or
exprexx charge on xanie to any
xtiigu ollico in (Irani or Harney
eounliex. See their new "ail" for
Mr Purred, :-lio. Mr. Kmii.a
Mallov, an evangelist now holding
forth in Southern Oregon, object to
having her record publixhed. The
Ashland Hecord told H'ople who
xhe wax ami publixhed facts con
cerning her life in the ICuxt. Mr
Mil Hoy hax since made xtrciiuon
ell'orts to have the editor of the
Hecord indicted for libel, but tin
grand jury refnxed lo take any
notice of the matter.
I'nder the provixioii of the Aus
tralian ballot law receiitlv adtipli d
in Mixxouri a party MiHing less
than one-third ol the total vote ca-l
at an election, ix legally dead and
ix debarred from all privileges ami
representation on election boardx
Al the recent election in St. Lonit
tlm republican parly caxt lexx than
mm-fourth of llm total vote. The
two principal 1:irtie an- the demo
crat antl independent.
A newspaper ix alwiiyx printed in
a rush. There ix nlwav xomething
in it that xhouhl have Ih-cii left out,
sunn-thing left out that xhouhl have
gone in; it is at lime too tpiick to
judge, and often too ipiick to act;
but with nil itx faults nml xlmrt-
cotuingx, there ix tiior location in
a blight, iii'Whv pajM-r than there is
in a novel, oil will find that the
brightest liy on practical, sensible,
everyday iiiexlioux is the I my who
prcferx iiewxpiiK-rx to novel K
It )ti liiti- mailo up your mliul in buy
lll't ar- .iattlli ilo nt l- IikIik i 1 to Uk--any
otln r. II.sl' Harsai-ntllU It a -rnlur
iiicxlklnc, xwh lnit. Iy vliltn- ill in ix-ciiliar
ftiiiililiiMlim, i-roi-nn.il, anil i-n-i-araU.xi.
rurslHr umi-r tiix-rlr to any nilur aitlrl.
A IUiili.li Uily liu knew wlitl lir aiill.
sml vrlio.c rianipld li vsuitliy liiilUliuii, U-ll)
licr timiico Uluwi
"In on tro islicro I wrnt tolmy llMxl't
Hra-anll.t lli clerk. Irli-J l Itnluon w l'y
tlirlrtmiiln.lrailiit llixxl'it lio lolil lu tticU'a
Houlil l.ut liHutt-tj Uiat I mlglil Uki- It m li-tl
da) ' trial, tlutll ldld nut Ilk" II I nrrd ua
ly aiiytliliie, eta. Hut lio eouM net prrTall
en inn lo elianea. I told Mm I knrw
l,.r.Hiri.prlUa w. I had taken II, wa
talltCtd wUli It, and did not want any uUn-r.
Wlien I lcan laktnij llcxxl'i Hartaparllla
I ai (t-rlltiK leal lulirraMr, tulIi-tliiK
a treat deal llti dytpla. and so weak
that at timet I r-nl-l luully ttatid, I louked,
and lad Inr tmna lltnc, Ilka a H-rion III eun
tunttlim. HanaparllU did mo s-i
iniirli C'xxl tliat I iid r at ii.) cl( mux time ,
arid my (rlct.'la Imittently ix-ak cl It " M iw.
i:u A. Coi r, il Tcrraco Hlrt-ct, llu.ton.
Ouldliy slldrutgl.ti, l.lilur fi. I'ttardoulr
t; C. I. ItlXJll a CO , AiulUrsllo., Uw.ll. )lM
100 Dosea Ono Dollar
MISS OUTCALT TESTliD IT.
A Hew Cure for Coniumplioit and bron
chitis by Kleetrlcily-A Younc Lady
of I'ottUnJ Treated and Cured
by the Subtle Acency.
KniToit Oul.'tio.MAN: Perinil mo
to any through your valuable paMr
what" Dr. Darrin Iiiih done for inc.
For the past seven years I hiivn
been serioiixlv allliclttl with broil-
chili and "heavy cough, which
i develoxtl into an organic nlli'dion
i of the right lung. All treatment
failed to cure me until two months
J ago. when I commenced treatment
' hy electricity, under Dr. Durrin'rt
j HUKrvixion." Now I inn cured anil
l can reioice in nerfeel health, and
can le seen at l'l'!J. Washington
xtrect, room Portland.
K. V. Oi-lOAl.T.
K. NcUoo. a HwtJe, Ttslines lo the ItltW
cacy of Klcctilc Trealmenl.
Knntiit OitK.itiM.w: For a year
prior lo coming under Dr. Darrin'.n
klcctric ami metlical treatment I
had Imi'ii gradually loxing my
health from varioux can a. I wax
troubhtl with ncrvoux ilehillty,
xleeplexxnes. ete. Dr. Darrin hat'
cured me xo I firl ax well a ever
in my life. Kefer to me nt I If. (I.
xtreei, Portland. My friend, .Mr.
Mclirew, of the iiIkiVO addle, WHS
alfo cured hy Dr Darrin.
Dr. Dairin treat with tdecliir
ity and medicine all curable
chronic, acute and private dixetiBex,
blood taints, lost or I'nilini: imiii.
Ikki.I, nervoui debility. ellcclH of
erior. or excesses in old oi young,
loxx of memory, dixeasex caused hy
inercuiy in the imprnier treatment
of private dise.ixex, irn-gularitie in
women, etc , and never published
in the paMrx. Mix olliee is at 70J
Waxliington xt., Portlaml, Oregon.
lloutx'.ia. m. to s p. m. daily ex
amination free and confidential;
ipiextion blanks anil circular sent
gratis to any addreim. PntientH
euted at home after one vir-it to tho
tloetor'x olliee. Medicine tent to
any aihltexx without the tloetor'x
TO IMSIMU. COI.US,
Hcadaehex and I'evetx, to cleaune
the xytem eH'eetually. yet gently,
when costive or bilious, or when tlm
bhxiil i impure or sluggish, to per
manently cure habitual constipa
tion, to aw.tl.cn the kidneys ami
liver to a b-altby activity, without
irritating or weakening them, uxu
Syrup of Fig
lloth the int-thixl and rcxtilu when
S) i up of Fig I taken; it 1m pleasant
and refreshing to tho tasto ami act.H
gently yet promptly on tho Kidney,
Liver ami Howcls, cleanse tho xyx
tein ellectually, dispel coltlx, head
ache nml fever nnd cure habitual
constipation. Kyrun of Fig ix tlm
only leinedy of It kind ever pro
duced, pleasing lo tho taxto and ac
ceptable to tho stomach, prunint in
it action ami truly iH-iiefieial in ita
elli-ctx, it.- iiiaiiy excellent ipuditiex
coiiimeiiil it to all. It ix for salt) in
.VK- and $1 ltottlc by all leadinp;
m.iiui aciuii" a oiitr ur tmc
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
tit ttiMISCO, OAt.
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