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" THURSDAY, JULY 9. 1891.
This department of Tim Scout Is open to
any one who wishr to contribute an articlo
on tlmclv topics of interest to the nlllrttict'.
Write plainly and on only one side of the
SUMMEKVlI.i.K Al.UANrE No. -17-Kegulnr
meetings first and third cdncs
T. A. Mauvis. Pres.
A. V. Ouvr.ii. See.
1 0., Alien).
MoAI.MSTBIt ALI.I ANCE So.6l-nca-tilar
meetings first ami third Saturdays in
each month at 1 o'clock 1. m.
0. 1). HumiAN. l'res.
H. M. (inKr.r.r.n, Sec.
P. 0., La Orande.
TELOCASKT AI.UANCE No. G'J-Kog-ultir
meeting fir.M and third Saturdays in
each moiith at 7 o'clock p. in.
V. C. HiwcKlky, Pres.
W. A. Gates, Sec.
P. O., Tolocnsot.
PLEASANT IIIMi ALLIANCE No 57
Kegular moi-tings uvory Saturday at -o'clock
pi m. Jons Vamak, Pre.
' PKTI.IC McjjUAIN. SCO.
P. 0., Elgin.
UNION COUNTY ALLIANCE No. 07
Ilegular meeting tliird Wednesday of each
montli at 10 o'clock a. in.
O. 1. Ooohaix. Pres., La Orande.
W. A. Gate, Sec. Telocaset.
Tho next regular mooting of tho
cotmty alliance will bo held ut Union
July lfitli. Thuro will bo an nlliiuico
picnic at tho Oovo .luly 11th, com
mencing ut 10 o'clock a. m.
THE PROTEST OF THE FARMER.
An Adtlroan to tho Alllanco by Froaldont
L. L. Pollr.
C0NTItJl!KI FltOM I.AHT WKKK.
On questions of linuncc, on lcgisla
lation for the relief of tho people, there
ih n liighr court in this country than
even our supremo judiciary. l sits
enthroned in Wall street, reveling in
tho strength of itn ill-gotten power,
and lovit'H tribute at will on tho indus
trial energies of the people.
In the coining contest between labor
and capital, "Financial Kefonn" must
and will be, tho tdogun and rallying
cry of tho people They want gold
robbed of its power to oppress. Tlioy
demand that silver shail bo restored to
all tho rights in coinage and to all the'
qualities of legal tender which gold
possesses. Thoy demand that tho circu
lating medium of tho country shall bo
ibsued direct to tho people at a low
rate of interest and in sufficient vol
ume to do tho business of tho country,
and that in whatever form it may bo
issued, if it bear tho imprint of the
government and is denominated a dol
lar, that it shall bo worth ono hundred
cents in payment of all duos, public
and private. Thoy demand tho prohi
bition of gambling in futures of all
agricultural and mechanical products.
Thoy beliovo that every acre of our
publio domain should bo secured to
actual settlors, and that not ono foot
of our territory should bo held except
by citizens of Ibis country. Thoy be
liovo that barriers should bo erected
between corporate power and tho
rights of tho people. Thoy favor ab
solute governmental control of trans
portation and telegraph lines, because
thoy profor that tho government should
control these great agoncies of power,
rather than that thoy should control
tho government. Thoy demand a just
systom of graduated tax on incomes.
Thoy doiuaud that an amendment to
tho Constitution shall bo submitted to
tho people, by which United Stales
Eonators Bhall bo elected by a direct
voto of tho people. Thoy boliovo that
no intorost, or class, or industry, should
bo taxed to build up any othor intor
cst, or class, or industry. Thoy do
mand that all rovonucs shall bo limited
to tho necessary oxpensos of an hon
estly and economically administered
government. From these groat ques
tions thov cannot and will not bo di
verted. Hvon tho protectivo tariff,
with all its abominable iniquities
cannot supplant them. Force bills,
'bloody shirts," tho cry of "nogro su
premacy in tho South," and of "robols"
in tho North, will loso all tho powor of
their baleful charm in the presence of
Uioko great, overshadowing questions.
Tho great mass of tho industrial
classes, North and South, democrats
and republicans, without regard to
sectional or geographical lines, with
ono purpobo and with ono heart, havo
looked their hands and shields in a
common causo Iho cuuso of a coin
moH country. Tho ovils under which
thoy suffer, and which threaten tho
destruction of the republic and its in
stitutions, are national in their charac
ter and cannot he corrected by koctionul
romodio. Hence, recognizing but
ono Hag tho Hug of our common
country impelled by a common ptu
jMibo, iiDtuatud by a common motive,
coufrontyl by a coinmsm dmxor, thoy
UMVti omiily rolvl to turn tholr
backs upon the past and make ono
mighty effort to rescuo our govern-
taent and institutions from impending
I peril. They havo wiped out, and for
i over, tho last traco of Mason and Dix-
on's lino across alliance territory. Af
1 rican slavery is gone, thank God, and
' in the spirit of manly magnanimity
and fraternity the allianccmcn of tho
i "blue" 'and tho allianccmcn of tho
"gray" say : "Let tho bitterness, ani
: mositics and predjudiccs, born of its
t existence, perish with it and forever. '
The proud Saxon spirit, and courage,
and patriotism, which crowned the
heroism of tho 'blue and the gray"
with undying fame, are now sum
moned to break tho galling and de
grading chains of white slavery, tho
slaveryof honest labor, and how fitting
that they should lend in this glorious
struggle for God and humanity.
Yo bravo men of tho North 1 who
stood by tho stars and stripes with a
devotion and a courago that would
havo added now luster to tho splendor
of Homo's legions in her palmiest days
yo bravo men of the South! who
stood by the sinking star of a doomed
cause while you boro in your manly
hearts a more forlorn hope than that
which inspired the six hundred at
13alaklava America's heroes I Did
yo win glory in the dread conflict of
Standing now under tho alliance
banner, on whoso folds glows in radi
ant beauty : "On earth, peace, good
will to men," how grandly and resplon
dently sublime that glory shall become
when crowned with your nobler
achievements as citizens in peace 1
Grant and Lee, Jackson and Mc
Fherson, Sherman and Johnston,
Stowart and Custer, with thousands of
their bravo and devoted followers, havo
crossed over tho Kiver, and are bivou
acked under tho uhado of tho trees,
where thoy will rest peacefully until
tho archangel shall sound tho final
roveillo and summon them to tho
Grand Koviow on the Eternal Plains.
Lot tho living, and those who aro to
follow us, rcmomber only their virtue
their superb manhood and heroism.
Inscribe it on imperishable tablet!
Embalm it in undying hong? Lot tho
genius of pencil and chisel embellish
it with its most resplendent inspira
tion! Lot famo place it among her
richest treasures in tho Pantheon of
Immortality, and let tho time-swopt
harp of tho ages swell in grander strain
tho giant anthem of its praiso!
Fathers, brothers, husbands and
sons, who aro nroro profoundly inter
ested and coneornod in all that per
tains to tho pence, tho happiness, and
prosperity of our country than tho
noblo women of tho land? Thoy arc
hero tonight. I would bo false to
them, false to tho occasion, false to
the alliance, and false to myself, did I
fail to tender to thorn my profound
acknowledgements for tho honor thoy
havo thus done mo. Proud as wo aro,
and should bo, of tho splendid rocord
of tho American soldiery to which I
havo reforred, yet in honor of her pa
tient endurance, hor devotion, hor
constancy and her suporb moral cour
ago, wo stand uneovored in her pres
ence. Do you ask mo for a model of
moral heroism? I would not go to
tho muster rolls of tho splendid armies
of a Grant or a Leo; 1 would not point
to the waving plume in victorious bat
tle, but 1 would point you to that
isolated country homo, with its canw
and trials, its loneliness and anxieties
in sickness and in health, presided
over by tho queenly spirit of hor whoso
hours of anguish through four long
years of war wore more trying than
tho ordeal of battle.
And 1 would summon all tho grand
old horoos among tho living, and the
spirits of our immortal dead, and align
thorn in her prosonco and ask thorn to
join mo in saluting hor as tho queen
of tho heroes of tho world.
A colebratod English barrister when
defending a criminal, was reminded
by tho court that ho was extending
his( argument to very great length.
Turning to his honor ho said: "He
member,, sir, that 1 am pleading for
tho lifo of a human being 1"
My frionds, if in my zoal I have
transcouded tho proprieties of tho oc
casion and havo wearied your patience,
I enter the plea in extenuation that 1
am pleading for tho lifo of the republic
and tho liberties of tho people.
BIO CREEK ALLIANCE.
Iteiui of lutereit from the Banner Pre
cluot of Union Bounty.
July 0, 1801.
Wo havo been so biuy with our gar
dens and harvest that you have not
hud your share ot tho attention you so
juitly deserve, but us you havo other
corroiionduuU you havo not missed
many of lU tn.K.rtuiU notes except
from (he nlltunco-
' Wo hio HourUhing Ado and at each
meeting wo initiate several or take in a
number of names and it is only a
question of a, few days when every
man and woman of years of under
standing will bo ono of us.
Wo aro taking steps to tho establish
ment of local places to buy goods,
groceries etc., and it is the intention
of tho alliance to stand lirm together
(as you once had an example of in re
gard to the county seat,) and if every
precinct is as firmly united as Big
creek on the great questions of tho day
tho alliance will soon settle them.
We havo elected our officers for the
ensuing year as follows. E. II. Par
ker, president, Geo. Corpe vice presi
dent, Emma It. Parker secretary, Jos.
Vandovanter, treasurer, John McClurg
chaplain, Mrs. Delia Coffman stowart,
Mr. L. G. llowmiui, doorkeeper, Mrs.
lloldah H.irsin assistant doorkeeper,
Dunham Wright lecttrior. Our in
stallment took place the first meeting
in July which was largely attended.
Our fourth passed off very quietly
and although wo did not expect to
celebrate in regular stylo we met in
the beautiful grovo of W. D. Emclc
near tho school house and had a fine
dinner mostly alliance grub. After
wo had gazed on the beautiful Hag pre
sented to tho peoplo bv tho city of
Union, as it unfurled itself proudly in
tho breeze, raised by tender hands (not
any the less strong) of tho ladies of the
Park and valley, our hearts throbbed
with delight and our Fourth was spent
in a way long to be remembered.
Long live the Park and Big creekers.
We arc coming to Union on the lfith
to tho coun'y alliance with a delega
tion of people, gieat, fat, honest men
and their better halves and a good time
is expected and tho prayers of the al
liance is that much good may lie done.
Thoy aro going to take a tent and
camp while thoro and unite business
with pleasure. The delegates are J.
B. Sams, Dunham Wright, Mr. and
Mrs. It. M. South, Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Eniolo and Mr. and Mrs. E. It. Parker.
As we will soon see you wo will close
for the present.
Mas. Emma It. Paiikku
rwiTiox von i.iot'ou ucessk.
To the Honorable County Court of Union
We tho undersigned legal voters of Eagle
valley precinct, in said county, would re-
spoctf ully petition your Honorable liodv to
grant a license to Orla .Moody to sell spirit
uous, malt and vinous liquors in less quan
tities than one gallon in said county and
state, for the period of ono year; and in
duty bound your petitioners will ever pray:
It I) (lib-oli, A Augustus, II P Swisher,
Sam Johnson. A H linidman, W W Kirby.
.1 A Kirbv, K S Kirby, James Monuchan,
Daniel Drown, A l'enton, Tim Quigley,
Fred Simonis. II K Kllburn, 15 Dieh, W 1
Nash. J P Smith, V L Strange W M Nash.
SI, Smith, Kd Smith. Dugene Sullivan, 13
II Swisher. .1 K Hitter. .lames Dutterlicld.
II A Danows, A J Hilton, David F Kirby,
O A Wheeler, F M Crow. Paul Bruckner,
John (J Peterson, J G Wcstervelt, A II
Wheeler, .1 V Camahan, A N Young Dy
ron Craig, Frank Craig, T D Ewing, Win
Dabeock, J N Holeonih, A O Waldron. Wm
Samples, Jus F ('It aver. W N Young. C
Darnard, I'd Drown, Frank Jennings Gnus
I.ogau, A .J Tarter, Will Hudclson, (i N
Deed, E W Adams, Henrv Martin. II J
Fuller, C II Craig, Christian Kwi. M II
lllndes, W P Williams. S ., England, I Mil
ler. Hugh I. Moody, LE Chandler. I'll
Silvis, II T !labeiek C l-Vrrv, 0 M W'titer
burv. 11 C Payne, Arthur F Clark. I' 1C
Makiimon, I. L llnlcomb, J I. Hungerford,
I, F Jennings. A W Parker, Jasper i-Vatm,
J 1) Evans, J Hvjiiis. J L Tavlor, TV T llen
nehoir, O W Dcnnehoir, W Knbl.nugh, A
C Chase, John Sullivan, (i W Motdy, TvT W
Darnard, John Fraser. Win Viners. Peter
S.18S..IJ Martin, 1) W Allen. V N Young,
Don I.onglev. Louis Fermison, W K Dar
ber, C A Darber, Levi L ltusaoll, It Key
nobis, Smith Uiehurdson, W II Tobin, .1 P
Parker, N A Gardener, A V Cleaver, A
Dover, W It Usher.
To Whom It May Concern:
You are hereby notified that in accord
ance with and pursuant to tho foregoing
petition 1 will on the 5th day of August,
1891, at tho hour one o'clock In tho after
noon of said day, present said petition to
the County Court of the State of Oregon,
for Union County, for a licenso to sell spir
ituous, malt ami vinous liiiuors in less quan
tities than one gallon, in Kaglo valley pre
cinct, Union County and State of Oregon,
for tho period of ouu vear from August 11,
1S91. OKLA MOODY.
VTOTICH IS HKUKDY GIVF.N THAT
!.i hv virtue of an execution and order of
sale Issued out of the Honorable Circuit
Court of the Stato of Oregon, for Union
countv, bearing date the ltd day of June,
181)1, and to mo directed and delivered up
on a Judgment and deoreo of foreclosure
and sale tlioreln entered onthoTihd y of
March, ist)l, wherein the A. P Hotaling
Co. is plaintiff, and J. C. Clavhurn ct al aro
defendants, for the sum ot Futeen Hun
dred Dollars with mtorest thereon at tho
rate of S per cent, per annum from the Gth
day of October, 1S80, and tho further sum
of Ono Hundred and Seventv-live Dollars
attorneys' fees, together with costs and dis
bursements herein and decreeing tho sale
of tho following described mortgaged real
estate, to wit: Commencing at the north
east corner of lot number twelve til1) in
block number ono hundred anil fourteen
(111) In Chaplin's addition to La Grande,
Union county, Oregon, running thence
southwesterly along tho cast lino of said lot
twelve, twenty-two (J) feet; thenco at
right angles to said tirst lino In a north
westerly direction ninety-four (91) feet;
thence at right angles to said last lino In a
northeastern' direction twonty-two (2i) feet
to tho alley lino of said block ono hundred,
and fourteen (ill); thence at right angles
in a southeasterly direction along said alley
line ninety-four (01) feet to the placo of be
ginning in satisfaction ot sild judgment
nnd decree. Now, therefore, under and by
virtue of said execution and order of sale as
aforesaid I will sell ut public auction at the
court house door at I'nion. Union county.
Oregon, on Monday . July i. is) I. at 1 ..to p.
m. of mild day, all the right, title and inter
est of in and to tho altovo described prom
IsettliHt the mild J. C.CIuyburn had therein
on the llth day of October, IRStl. or has
cilice acquired thereto, and any und till
pemoim clitlniiig by. through or uiuler him
by right acquired incu ld nth tiny t Oc
tolwr, livMl, or mitllcieut tliuro'f to atWfy
faid Judgmcut, attorney' fee. Intercut,
out, dUtairicmeiiU nnd accruing ouiO
Term of alo Ciuli to mo In bund hi U.
H gold coin.
Dated ut Union IhU M day of June, 1MJ1.
J, r HOI.Ll
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! A. n nounce m e n t.
I PI Jl ill fl PITV JTuTMIL
Hayc on the way and now
The Company ill hereafter
5SPThis department will bo under
Just Received, Direct from the East, a Large Invoico of LADIES' and
MISSES' CALFSKIN SHOES, the Rest Ever brought to this Market.
Also a Fino Assortment of
GENT'S -:- FURNISHING -:- GOODS.
My Prices will suit the times. Drop in and see me.
G. VINCENT, Main Street, Union, Or.
Are You troiusto Plant an Orcliarfl?
Of Payette, Ada County. Idaho.
lias tho Largest General XTursory Stock in the Mountain Country 125 Acres.
Tree-, from Payette Nursery will reach Grande Rondo "valley i;i fix
hours from the lime they ar taken from the ground.
loimtain Crown Trees are Hardy, Vigorous
Do not ordor until you have visited
our prices. Wholosale and retail.
I have now on the road from the east two
ear loads of
F U R N I T U R B ,
Which will arrive About March 15th, and in
connection with what I now havo on
hand will comprise tho
LARGEST AUD FINEST STOCK
of Furniture over Brought to Eastern Oregon.
SCgDo not fail to call and select before
the rush. S. C. MILLEE.
The Centennial Hotel,
A. J. GOODBROD, - Proprietor,
KecoguUcd by all as tho
Leading Hotel of Eastern Oregon!
V1KU I.AllflK SAMri.K KDOMS 1'or tho Accomodation of Coinmurciiil Traveler-
1 Ml FEED STABLE
(OITOSITK f ENTENNIAL HOTEL.)
Wm. E. Bowker.
HvoryibfttK ltri CIimm. Twins Vm Itotuon.ible.
'Bus to ami horn tiV Depot Making ( onnection with all Pass-
arriving, several ar oa
carry a full and complete stock of
tho management of Mr. Kllpatrick.
THE M. & M. CO.
our nurecry, seen our agent or got
"The Hunt Line"
In Connection with tho
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILR'D
Quickest and Best Route
Between Eastern Oregon and Washington
and PURct Sound points, as well as
the Popular and Direct
Lino to all
POINTS BAST and SOUTHEAST
PULLM . SLEEPING OARS,
SUPERB DINING OARS, and
FREE SECOND GLASS SLEEPERS
TliroiiRli to Cliienco vin tills Lino.
Passenger Trains of this Company are rim
ing regularly between
DAYTON, WAITSBUKG, WALLA
WALLA, WASH., nnd PEN
Making close connection at Hunt's Junc
tion with Northern Pacific trains for Toco
ma, Seattle, Victoria, 15. C Elleiisburg,
North Yakima. Pasco, Sprague, Cheney,
Davenport, Spok-ine Falls, Uutte, Helena.
St. Paul. Minneapolis,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
Passenger Train, making above connec
tions leaves Pendleton daily, at 7:40 p. m.
Through Tickets Sold to all Points East
at the Lowest Rates.
W. F. WAMSLEY,
Gon'l Fr't and Pass'gr Agt.
Walla Walla. Wash.
G. W. HUNT ,r
President and Gen'l Manager.
II. L. DEACON, Tieke it, Union, Or
The CoTe Drug Store
JASPER G. STEVENS, Propr.
Perfumery, Paints and Oils.
Prescription) Carefully Prepared.
also ii:ai.i:i! in
Rifles,' Shotguns, Pistols,
Imported and Domestic Cigars,
School Books, Etc.
Obtained, and all Patent lluslue&s attended
to Promptly und for Moderate Fees.
Ourollice is opposite the IT. S. Patent
Otllce, and we can obtain Patenis in less
time than those remote from Wasohigton.
Send MODKLor DRAWING. Wo adviso
as to pantentabililv free of charge; and wo
mako NO CHAlKiK UNLESS PATENT IS
We refer, here, to the Postmaster, tho
Supt. of Moncv Order Div., and to ollicials
of the U. S. Patent Ollice. Foi circular,
advice, terms and rcllerenrcs to actual cli
ents in your own State or County, write to
C. A, SNOW & Co.,
Opposite Patent Oiilro Washington, D. 0,
Thomson & Ptirsel aro agents for
tho celebrated Cyclone WiiuDIill, nnd
ns tho prices on them have been great
ly reduced they nre now within tho
reach of all. Sample mill to be seen
at their planer in North Union. Call
aud examine it.
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