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THE GRAHT COUHTY HEWS.
May US, I SDL
Ex.SpcnW Uccd, J. S. Clark
son nml "Murk Twnin" nro among
tlio distinguished Americans now
travelling in KuroHJ, but these
tlircc cannot bo classed as "Inno
A most duspcrato fight occurred
Inst week nonr Stncklioimo in Mud
Won comity, X. (?., between six
young man. 'J'lio light was about
n girlwitlt whom two of tlio men
wore in love. Two of tin: men
wore fatally shot anil one cut with
A member of the Ilritisli jsirliu
inont has boon rent to jail lor im
moral jiraetieen. If his case in to
be taken aft a precedent ami the
linglisli paper have tobl the truth
about the ammeter of the rent of
thorn, parliament is in danger of
roon being without a quorum.
There htin been no special inter
nal "revenue lux on dealers in man.
ufuetured tobacco, nor on manu
facturer of tobacco ami cigar,
nor on peddler, since May i!d, the
date when the new law went into
oirect. The tax waH not heavy,
hut dealurs do not regret that it
will bo iui0!icd no longer.
Who watt it that said Spain wan
u century behind the rent of the
world? They are plowing by elee
trieity over there which would
seem to indicate that they are up
to, if not a little in advance of the
head of the procession. America
i'b highly progressive, but wo
haven't a mouoply in thnt line.
The supreme court of Nebraska
ha jiiftt ousted dus. H. I'oyd from
the poiitiou as governor of the
f tutu on the grouriU that Iloyd is
not a naturalized citizen of the
United Slate. 1'oyd'n father, it
seems, immigrated here from Ire
laud at an early date in bin life
and failed to take out hid natural
ization mjm'i- until das. I-', became
The young man teem lo be
coming lo the front in thin country
at a lively pace. When the Tinted
Stated senate in no.U'nlled lo order
it will contain three member un
der forty. Mr. Chilton, the uew
ty appointed senator from Texas in
only thirty-six, ami Senator Kyle
and Irby are only thirty-seven.
It remains to he seen how these
youngsters will com pure in legis
lative abilities with their older
In those day when partisan
polities may be found in utmost
ovurything, it is a positive pleasure
to note the unanimity with which
the proa or the United Stale has
endorsed ami stood by Secretary
lilaiuu in the controversy with the
Italian government. It khows that
although wo may carry on hitter
qimiTois among ourselves about
our homo alitor we are all Ameri
cans and as such ready to stand
shoulder to shoulder in opposition
to any foreign power that may at
tempt to trend on the tails of
Uncle Sam's coat.
The Northern I'ueilic Co. hu
imported a hand or I'inkcrtonY
men to prcervo order or create
disorder in it coal mines, and
the following comment fioni the
Dalle Mountaineer, we think c
plain (he situation exactly:
"I'inkerlon's men will not be re
ceived kindly in Washington, and
their pretence in the coal fields
will be productive of great diseon
lent. The slate has several regi
ments of the National (iuard arm
ed and disciplined, who are able lo
protect lue ami property when
nulled upon by the governor, and
there was no occasion for the Ter
minal Co. to introduce in the coal
utiuoa these private soldiers, who
shoot and kill men at so much per
Some very peculiar revelations
have comu to light as the result of
the controversy about the killing
of the Italians at New Orleans.
1'orliuns the most remarkable con
trihutiou to the history of this
episode is that furnished by the
Italian consul at New Orleans,
Signer Coito, in an interview made
public a few days ago. Signor
Corte is quoted as saying that im
mediately after the k'illing of the
llflC(inii.a tl.... 1... ! ...
ji.icuuvio iiiuiu 11, ID 11 IH-IUI iiiiiiaiiuu i
manifested by a large number of
his countrymen to assassinate the j
mayor or the city mil l ,10 j,i.
virtual who were concerned in the 1
lWlt.1- ..f ll I .... i
.ii mo moo, ami to blow up
a tiliib-hoiuo with dynamite. The
conitil relates thnt ho restrained
thoio men by throntuning to lo
nounuo thm hy ImiIU) U) t)l0
NO r I OK.
Cmtntr Milfn UJll ( llill Ut lo
Stpt. Ill, 1HH7,
III Im iU nn irirnUlkn iihI intcrMt lll
ri-i Itvi tbli ilt.
N. II. lUU.KY, Oountj- Trnu.
ftnjnn Vilf.Or., lr ft, 1IMI.
I.V TIIKCOU.VTV COUtlT Of TIIK STATU 01
oiuno.v, t'Oll OIIANT OHlWTV.
Ill the mailer of the )
F.Htrtto of I Citation-
Stephen Graham, dee'd. )
To tlio hi'irs, devisooH, bonoll
ciaries and nil porsonn intorcBtcd in
the nlxivo named I!stnle, 0 recti n(:
In tlio tiauio of tlio ntnto of Ore
Hon, you and ouch of you are hereby
cited to appear in the county court
of tbo uliilo id Oregon.) for Grunt
county at tlio county com t room in
Canyon City, in said couiily, on
Monday, the (Hli ony of .Inly, A. I).,
K-'.ll, at the hour of ten o'clock n. in.
of Mild day, the same being the Urol
judicial day of the regular duly,
IWU, term of m court mid hdoy
horotofoio, to wit: On tin I Itli day
of Mn A. I). H!H fixod by the
judgo of snid con it lo show catifo il
any you linve why nn order should
not he Hindu niitliori.iiij; and run
noivciiiif,' George II. Woods, admin
istrator o( tlio abovu iinmcd cftlato to
sell the real properly of said r stal"
the tame Imiiif; stlunte in said CI ra lit
county, stntaof Oregon, mid pnitiou
lurly described us follows; to-wit:
Tlu. NH ol iho Hl'.j of Sc. i:i in
Tp II S, it III I' W M nml tlm HK I
or (ho HV nud and I of Sec
IS, Tp 11 It :i.ri K W M ronlidnliiK
1 17 nud " MM) ricn.H.
I!y older of (ho Hon. 0. I. II. r. I
lino, judge of said court. .
WitnesH my liiiml nud tlio soil of
snid county court nllisod this iMitli
day of .May, 1!M.
, ' ' (!i:o Kit i: in:-,
si:u. County ( h rt of (irnnl
county, .'Halo of Oregon.
1'aiiiiisii Com n,
Attorneys f-ir I'.Htntu.
NOTioi-: ron I'unidCATioN.
jiMtOITMiat Ihitni, Or.
ir ti. iu.
,Vii4lr U lt-ril. slvrii llil Om lollaolnff
tlUn ! Mint t4lr l lur IiiImiIImi u, mtVe
Anal ttml l,t tiptMrtor lrr rMm. ahU Dial ll
I. ir Mill ) ) l(ui Ihr i'l'Hiil; 11V uf
Offtitt HHHly. Hi f'4nuli Otf, Orrion, m Juljr
B nl, - JIMITIIA A IIC.VIHIU l'i. Its N.i.
IS SW ir S. II, T II S. II II II W U
Sl imip4 tin. futtewlHff mIIhiu In 'fi. li.r
AtllnuaH rMn utnm. 4nt ctilHtatHMi I. nU
I.i.I. l. II II. UlDf, H.y ll' ii l-..n,lor.
II )l Tl.m.,.ll ..f rr.lrl- I IU, nr. n
10 lb J IL IIUNTINCnoN, ll.l.r.
MAIS KTIlKin- '
Can von City, Oukoon,
C HOT 1 1 f Til (KM i:w.
Traveling men will find this n
ilrawuit ami dosiiulile lace at
uliieli to stoi.
(Jlii- iih a Cull
CITY LIVERY STABLE.
llauiiuw noil A' Co. I'ronrH.
! ('(inijon Cit ii - - Oregon.
IT IH Tit f. II1F.AI. MRntriN'P
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THE CROWN MOWER.
) MUXJX J0.MS.1, vursr.
r. it. lustier, tiikas.
viSY juiYntx aaW iiujif iltmu
Two MnwErs In One!
-FAST AND SLOW SPEED LIGHT JDRAFT HIGH SPEED:
STRONG AND DURABLE!
Do not take our word; Read the testimonials
from your friends and neighbors:
Ut-d Utr- Crwn Six Vrari.
ill itNTlttvmt. March I, I Silt)
Mks-ois. ItAHCIIK A CO.-
I have been using the Crown ma
chine with the greatest satisfaction
for six years. It is n very light
running and durable machine. As
long as I have need the machine il
never has raised a sweat on my
tiinm. It is also very light on the
horses necks. Your Truly,
(i:o. W. Ki.i.iorr.
Simply the Hon
Dkkwskv. Or., March 17, 1S1I0.
.Mkssiim. IIASCIII-: A CO.
The machine I Imiiglit runs like
a top and I think it lays all others
in the shade in all kinds ol grass
ami all kinds of ground. It is
simply the Ihi!s for light draft and
sM-ed. ,M. I' HowAitn.
The Acme of Trr feet Inn.
John Day. March I I, IS'.H).
Mi:-Im IIASCIII-: A CO.
I think the acme of xjrfectiou has
been reached in the invention of the
Crown mower. We have lieeii dis
gusted every year in trying to mow
our inendow, on which grows a js--eitliar
kind of grass. All other
machines we tried would leave half
the hay standing, but the Crown
cut it as smooth ns a tiew-shavcu
face. We tried it with like results
in all kinds of grain, hay and rye
grass. All our neighlKirs who soe it
work think it is tliu Ikihh of all niniv-
T. il. Or ui..
I'ltAiitiK Crrv, I'ub. -:, ISDO.
Miisnts. IIASC1II-: A CO.:
I will state without hesitation
that the Crown mower that I pur
chased of you last year has given
goisl satisfaction, and is my prefer
ence of any mower I have over used.
(!. W. MrllAl.KV.
The Vorj Usit Mower.
Camp I.ooan. March 2, IStK).
Mt:sits. ItASClIK A- CO.
In regard to the Crown mower, I
like it very well. It works well in
all kinds of grass, and where the
grass is lodged or very rank by put
ting on the increased ss-ed it works
to a charm. It is the best mower
we have in this country, and I can
recommend it to any m.tsoii wishing
to purchase mowers. Yours Ke-sK-ctfi)lly.
J. ,1. Co.aut.
I-Atra for DeorinCrown, McConnack, lluckeve, Victor, ami Champion .Machines. Also Wagons,
'higgles, Hacks and Carriages, at factory pi ices.
Hardware, I lardwmMl, Stoves ami Tinware, Uuhber IIom, Melting and Packing.
(ins I'inc. Water l'i i.e. and Plumber- Kiinnlie. Kimim- Smv Mill nml n,i,ir t;il M,,,.!,;,,,...-
Mail orders holiciti-d ami satisfaction guaranteed. All letters of impiiry receive prompt alien
ISascte iV Company liikr ( V, Or.
Ul'Ca-l i.krllU fi -
C I I M n C D'C
l ! ii.i-o'.. Urr tl u l-ulllni ! riir-
.Money t diui need on
ti.s ica'r's Wool Clip.
. I ! to
Co n lion Cit ii a nil ,'lr-
I .. " ,v I
un ltnton, (Jr.
(looil A'ews for the Formers of Grunt Count;
Frank IIion., ol I'oillaud, Or., hav o estahlishod an agency at John
Day, fo-tho kiileof all kinds of I-'aim Mnchinery ami Agricultural Imple
ments, such as Wagon, Carnages, llo.nl CuiIh, I'Iuw.i, ilarrous, Mowers,
lleapers, lliike, etc., ele. A uliolu (iiilond to delicrcd at once,
llvet vlliill' Ihst-cliisH and at the lowest XMilli rales. Please give me
v 'trade. I-:. HA YHS, Agt.
Allow me to say that I still handlo the White Sewing Machine ami
the I'larhulV Organ.
II.1PT0XST.ILL y iinrr,
JOHN DAY, GRANT CO, OREGON.
Ilavo now received the largest ami moat complete stock of new goods in
Grant County, which they will oiler for sale at prices thnt defy competition
I I I
H. BLACKMAN & CO,
II V hove receieed uiul opened n well selected, stock
of (tents' Fnrnisliinii Coods, Hats, loots, Mines, lllon
kets, Quills, Hardware, Crockery, (llusswnre, hUe.
.'ll.w Fancy and Staple (traceries, 'rorisions and
u full assortment of 'u tent .Medicines, A'otions, lite.
Jfri9 IMihllc I'nlroniigo Sollelleil Mi
3VXil Oi-cloi-H rromptly i.ttouclticl to.
I I I I I I I
HippHvr, Or. i i
Dealers In General Merchandise.
A l.irgu Ancottiumit at lnvmt IVic.ig, Ooudi Sold nt ltu.lro.ik Priciw.
Trade of Onmt (flinty isoliuitisl, ami .Social Induc.imiiuUi Oll'ere.1.
LARGEST ESTABLISHMENT IN EASTERN OR
(Incorisiral.-d. Paid up CapiUd M.x k $25,000.00.)
MORROW COUNTY LAND & TRUST CO.
Commission and Foncardiii$ .'lcnls. Cash ad
cane.edan Wool (oiisi'Jnmenls far I SOI- U'iolesalc
Armour's Packing Houso rroducts.
Shipping direct from h'aitsas City in cor lots we
are prepared to furnish interim- merchants wdli Ilams,
ilacnn. and Lord, at the lowest wholesale, prices, sarin
shippers freight from Portland to lleppncr. We sell the
M. C. L. & T. Co.
T. E. FELL, Manager.
Do you hike ailninlmi' odioml olferJI 'hcn
il is placed nilhin your reach?
(loads, Cliithiini, Hoots, .Shots, Clares, . Mittens, Urer
shirts, Cnderwcar. Hosiery. Hats, Winter Cans, Cam.
Hoots, lllankets. Quilts, ('insets. Ladies anil eiitUrens
Shoes, til liber roots, Yellow Oiled mats, Fancy Coods,
Cattery, Etc., lite., Etc-
IO ( O l OO O UOO lIM4IOUI)IMI IIUOOOOD OOO OOOOOOtlOIIOOOOOl liJ
When cash iiccompanies tlio order for any amount from Fivo
Dollars or moio in abovo lino of goods wo will prepay all Mail or J
9 Stao cliarscs, to any stage station in Grant or Harney counties, 9
0 until June 1ith, IS'.H. gW When sold on credit no cliarg- S
S us prepaid. J
Wo will (imrantco our lowest lotnil prices on EVCTy AttidC
and a(iue to refund the niuiioy i( g-Hids aro not satisfactory.
lly bunding to us, wri'iug plainly, just what in wanted, wo cm select
them to your satisfaction. Wo hao the hilfu'esl assort IIICIll f Oon
eral McrchandiHc lo ho found in aiy store inOrcyon . You can savo
money in every line. Give us a trial order. Wo solicit your trade. Older
l.y Mail at once. 'ir,j Respect 'ally.
The people of Grant county will
take notice that our vast stock of
Sprmg Goods is as complete as any
stock in this section of the State,
and at such prices as will be satis
factory to any person wishing to
purchase in the following lines:
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Cloth
ing, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Notions,
Hardware, Crockery and Glass
ware, and a full line of Groceries.
A call will be sufficient, as we
propose to sell you your supplies.
MM . . 1VI. DURKHEIMER & BRO.
rrainv (1tty - - - Oregon.
Sua,w ii,,,!,..!, 4, MuUrirl.
-DKAI KIt I.N-
Canyon City - - . 0Y
Ft ', , ',","r,' IUwLs KM". Crocerie.i
t(:, lAc, h(c; al Ueasonable Prices.
i. u. ovi:uii(n.T.
A. HA i'llRNK V.
JOHN DAY CITY.