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UNION, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBEK 15, 1891.
.1. W. SI! ELTON. J. M. CARROLL.
S HELTON & CARROLL,
Attorneys at Law,
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Attorney at Law,
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ted to me.
(Mice two doors south of hnrdwnre store of
I. N. CROMWELL M. D.,
Physician itiul Surgeon,
All etl promptly attended t. day or "'Kht.
OtUoe with K. Eakiu. Kctddewe oa A rtroet,
fpurth ltmiio west of Wripht's store.
E. BROOKS, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
ISIiAXD CITY, OltCUOX
Prompt attention Riven to nil professional
culls, day or night.
T. McNAUGHTON, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
All call promptly Htteudcd to, ilny or night.
W. II. EWIN, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
All calls attended to, duy or night.
.MRS. A. M. PELHAM, 31. D.
DlhoefcCH of Children u Specialty.
OtUeeut the l lni residence, Xorlh Tnlon.
City Meat Market,
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PEACHES ARE GOING TO WASTE.
Valley Schools Death or
Laura Elgin Scott at
Pink Vallry, Oct. 12 1SSH.
Weather clear anil cool.
The throshing of tho valloy about
Any quantity of penchos going to
waste in the orchards on Snako rivor.
Miss Lucille Stalker cotntnonced u
torni of school in Eaglo tho first Mon
day in this month. May the success
sho so justly deserve crown hureflbrts.
A two week's siege of camp-meeting j
held by tho M. E. church, South, near J
Mr. 1'aintors place in our valley, closed
recently, with a number of accessions
to the church. Itov. Michaels, the
presiding elder, Hev. Fanchor of Sum
morville, Kov. Chamberlain of AVnlla
Walla and Itov. Crego of Pino, eon
ducted tho meetings.
Pino Valley people woro loo busy to
atlond county fair, but they do fairly
well towards increasing the popula
tion of their valley, to-wit: Born, to
the wife of James Loop, Oct. 11th., a
son, a big little boy; to tho wife of
Charles Schickratn, October Ihd.,
twins, a boy and a girl; at tho resi
dence of her parents in Pine, Oct., 2nd
to tho wife of Byron Craig of Eagle,
a son; to the wife of Freeman Steele,
Sept., 25th a son. Freeman says he
will belong to G. O. 1). P.
Mr. Corpe, of Big Creek, who has
been teaching in Pino, closed his term
of school last Friday and went over to
Grando Hondo where he is engaged to
teach. His wife preceded him aomo
weeks ago to teach in Cove. A Miss
Thornton, sister of Mrs Corpo will con
tinue the school in the dirtrict in which
Mr Corpo closed his term. A younger
Miss Thornton is teaching in tho Fair
view district and is evidently giving
good satisfaction, judging from tho
many kind expressions wo hear from
patrotiH and pupils. It was our pleas
ure to spend a short timo in her school
room and we were almost as much in
terested in her variety of "busy work"
as wcro tho pupils for whoso instruc
tion and benefit it was designed. Other
schools are in session, ono at Dry creok,
Miss Holcomb of Eagle, teacher; one
in Sunny Dell district, Miss Leo of
Eaglo. teacher ; ono at Pine P. O. taught
by O. Kendall, whoso work must bo ap
preciated, elso ho would not teach so
Died, in Bakor city, Monday October
3th, Laura Elgin Scott, wife of Mr.
Scott, and daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. .fas. McNutt of Pine valloy, aged
near 28 years. Xews of tho sovero ill
ness of Mrs. Scott reached hor parents
on tho evening of Sept. 510th and her
brothers and sisters speedily started
for Baker City arriving there on Fri
day morning. Mrs. Scott rallied for a
timo on seeing near and dear ones
around her, and word was sent to her
parents that sho was better, but it was
only for a short time, tho hand of (lis-ease-(blood
poison and pneumonia)
was laid too heavily upon her and on
Monday morning, surrounded by loving
friends sho passed quietly way. Tho
body was embalmed and brought to
tho homo of her parents, from whence
after funeral services conducted by
Rev. Crego of M. E. church, South,
sho was followed by a largo number of
sorrowing relatives and friends to her
last resting place in Pino valloy conio
tery, near hor old homo. Mrs Scott
had been a brido but a fow short
months. Sho leaves a husband, a
little daughter, by a former marriage,
parents, brothers and sisters and friends
to mourn her early death. It seems
diilicult to realize that one, such a.
short timo ago in tho bloom of youth,
health, and beauty, has so speedily
passed away. Tho mourners have tho
sympathy of many friends in their
Cakrik It. Dovk.
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ter, Chapped Ilanda, Cbllblaini, Coma and all
Skin Kruptloaa, and positively curea Plica, or
no pay required. It la guaranteed to jive pep
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NORTH POWDFR ITEMS.
Oolober 12, 1891 .
Business livening up.
Grain is coining iu with a rush.
Mr. Elmer Hill will soon tako
departuro for college.
Mr. Davo Bcveridgo made a Hying
trip'to Baker on Monday.
Mr. Edwards is solo owner of the
farmers' alliance meat market.
Mr. Chas. McCurry will go to La
Grando soon, to work this winter.
Mr. York started for Portland Mon
day morning to find a markot' for his
Mr. Tom Myers and wife have gone
to La Grande, whoro thoy will mako
Miss Mollio Hichardson and Miss
Mary Shaw will attend sOhool at Baker
City this winter.
Mr. Fred Crooko, a school louchor
lately from the oast, has gone to llil
gard to touch this winter.
Mr. Lunn will soon movo on Mrs.
Wilcox's place, acioss tho rivor from
town, whoro ho will commouco work
Mr. Win, Wardon is preparing to
build a coal pit for making charcoal,
which ho says is cheaper and is as
good in his business as stono coal.
Mr. S. Vandicar and daughter re
turned home last wcl: from Walla
Walla whoro thoy have been visiting
friends and relatives.
Messrs. Tom and John Ferguson,
with their families, started to Southern
Oregon on Friday morning, whoro
thev will resido if the climate is suit
able. K. T. Y.
Si'auta, October si, i:l.
Mrs. A. Garand is building an ad
dition to her house.
Sparta is enjoying the very finest
kind of fall weather, with very little
sickness in our midst.
Mr. Edward Whitney has been
quite sick, but is recovering under tho
skillful care of Dr. J. G. Lewis.
Jud Cook and Billy McDougul havo
just returned from an extended trip
through Idaho. Tho boys are looking
halo and hearty, and report having
had a lino time.
The Thomas Bros, aro doing devel
opment work on tho Gold Kidgo
property owned by 10. E. Clough and
J. P. Faul. They aro also running
some of tho rock through tho arastr.a
owned by E. E. Clough.
Mr. F. C. Smith, of Detroit, Mich.,
a civil engineer and assayor, has
opened an office iu Sparta. Mr. S.
also lias chargo of tho Detroit compa
ny's mining property hero and is
pushing dovolopmont work on the
Mr. Harry Bowers, of Eaglo valley,
has just boon moved up hero to enjoy
our healthy climate and tho doctor's
skill. Tho doctor said ho could not
livo two weeks if ho did not get out of
Eaglo valloy. Wo think wo havo ono
of tho pleasantest and healthiest cli
mates in tho world.
Tho lawsuit between Henderson and
Alderman, wherein Aldorman was
accused of maliciously breaking a
water ditch, has come to a finish and
Alderman was discharged. It was
decided that instead of being a mali
cious misdemeanor, it was a malicious
prosttcution, so flio ovidenco clearly
Tho Hon. J. A. W. gets out for a
horseback rido nearly every day now.
Ho has a fine pacing saddle horso and
they mako tho dust lly. Look out for
the groy charger when you aro coining
into town. Know Mokk.
Havo you ever been visited by that
frisky and uncomfortable animal, called
a nightmare? Have you ever had it
dim!) uK)ii tho IhnI while you were
asleop und go through a lively perform
ance which would make a fortune for tho
proprietor of a circus? You never can
tell just when this nocturnal steed will
muko its uppcuruncc, but you aro abso
lutely safe from it if you happen to bo
rcponing on ono of 8. C. Miller's new
bedsteads, which aro unsurpassed in
quullty and price.
Ob K0BAjrSi W4aa4ay aa rrMr
OI each week betweea ferptember 1Mb and Octo
ber 17tb, the Ualaa Tttite will tell Hearties
UekeW to PertUsd s4 return t Om Ost
rtrih farafw tktrBai (rip. Vlrtt tbaEipoel.
A NEW RAILROAD.
Line to be Extended
the Seven Devils.
A SMELTER NOW A CERTAINTY.
Tho Steamboat "Norma" too Largo for
the Rivor A Tarty from Lowlston
Examining tho River.
Professor C. B. Miller, agent of the
American Mining Co: has been stay
ing in Wciscr several days, says
the signal, having returned from
his trip to the Seven Devils. During
a conversation with a Signal reporter
ho was asked if tho contemplated
orootion of a smoltor in tho camp
could bo depended upon as a certain
ty. Ho said:
"As far as any man can speak re
garding tho future 1 feel safe in assert
ing that it is a certainty. Every ono
of tho company has decided in favor of
a smoltor and that, has been my solo
object in visiting tho camp."
"Has the machinery, etc., been
"No, as xt ft 1,!IS nol jr''- Klon"
schmidt has boon desirous of waiting
until spring, as tho road might bo
closed by tho timo it arrived hero;
but, as I find that much can bo dono
yot this fall and as it will undoubtedly
be late next season before anything
can be done, I shall do my utmost to
havo everything possible dono this
fall, in tho way of preparing tho
ground, etc. Tt is our intention to
put m a Reverboratory furnace, which
does away with considerable machin
ery." "How do you intend to transport
"At present 1 could not return a
positivo answor. As is well known tho
first intention was to transport by
boats, but tho Norma has failed, as I
almost expected from tho first, as it
was cntirelv too lariro and had not
enough boiler capacity. I am satis
lied that a small but powerful boat of
about f0 tons burden would bo suc
cessful, and if ono was insufficient
another could bo put qn."
"I havo read that an expedition has
left Lowiston to oxununo tho river
with a viow of ascertaining if it wcro
not nossiblo to reach tho Sovon Devils
by boats from there. Is it true?"
"I was up there about four weoks
ago and Captain Botham, who I think
has boon sent out by the railroad com
pany, was about to leave onv his way
up tho rivor with snagging implements
and a crow, and it was thought thoy
would attempt to reach tho Sovcn
Devils landing. I look for but little
from that direction, hcvovor, as tho
cascades are almost too rapid for navi
gation. There is ono thing, though,
'that I am inclined to expect before
another your, and that is to sco con
btruction work begun on it railroad to
tho camp. Should this bo tho case it
will knock out all idea of boats. A
road will certainly bo successful and
mako an immense amount of money,
tho timber alono of that section being
object enough for a road."
"From whoro do you expect the
road to bo built?"
"Undoubtedly from this side and
most probab.y up tho Weisor river.
If this is done you will seo ono of tho
grandest copper camps in the world.
Komo havo said that thero were noth
ing but "blanket" deposits and that
twenty-five feet would tako ono bolow
every vein in tho camp. Such is not
tho case. Tho shaft on tho Copper
Key has now been put down through
fifty feet of solid oro which is richer at
tho bottom of tho shaft than at tho
surface. I expect to sec tho Copper
Key, Standard and South Peacock
ultimately divergo into ono vein when
sufficient depth is attained."
Mr. Miller is it vory pleasant and
straightforward old gentleman and wo
aro satisfied says only what ho believes
to bo the truth. Baker Democrat.
Nawa or the Waek From our Kagular Cor
raipoideat at the Capital.
Wavhihoton, October'.', Ml.
Editor Okkoon Scout:
President Harrison, owing to the
continued abaenceof hU aocretary
ttate. waa ceaapelled to drop every
tfciag ehte for tho greater pertiM ef yor m:hool book ad ouppMoe ooll oja)
tkie weefc ia erttar Ikatke aaifkt give Gee. Baird, e Mar orto ol to Qom
hie ptrttMl atteatie to Ue tory twntel betel.
peculiar state of affairs which our
minister reported as existing at the
temporary capital of Chili, where it
was alleged that American citizens
were arrested and a guard placed
around tho United States minister'?
residence. Mr. Harrison is commend
ed by members of all parties for tlu
manner in which ho acted in this
matter. It was represented to him
that thero wcro feelings of enmity
existing between Minister Egan and
members of the temporary Chilian
government that should be taken into
consideration before he acted officially,
and he is reported to havo said : -The
personal feelings of Mr. Egan ui i'
members of the present Chilian r
eminent are not to be thought t i t
this time. It is the dignity ii il
government of the United Stat '!u
demands my first considcr.i'i'c
Acting in accordance with that 1 1
Ministor Egan was cabled to demand
tho immediate withdrawal of tin- guard
from tho U. S. legation and the r
lease of nnv American citizen-, that
may havo boon arrested, and in no
ong timo it was cabled back that the
demand had been acceded to. Had -t
boon refused Mr. Egan was instruct
ed to appeal to Captain Schley of the
U. S. S. Baltimore now at Valparaiso
for protection, and Captain lichley
had received instructions to march his
force of marines to Santiago if called
upon by tno minister, in standing
by his minister Mr. Harrison has tin
doubtedly taken n popular step, but
tho real question at issue is whether a
minister to a foreign country has a
right to allow his legation to be used
as an asvhnn. Such u thing would
not bo tolerated in any European capi
tal for an hour, and although it has
been tho custom of tho ministers of
all countries to allow it to all in tho
South and Contral American coun
tries whoro revolutions aro so frequent,
it is doubted by the best international
lawyers whether Minister Egan had
any legal right to grant asylum to
other than citizens of tho United
States. It is stated hero and generally
believed that tho Chilian authorities
wero controlled by certain European
influences which aro antagonistic to
tho commercial intorsts of tho United
States in this matter.
Tho pension ollico is again the
center of a perfect maelstrom of accu
sation and counter accusation. Three
employes of that ollico have made
affidavit that young Raum, who re
signed somo months ago on account of
tho scandal created by the chargo that
ho had been ongaged in office broker
age, approached them with a proposi
tion to havo thorn promoted through
his inlluenco with his father, lor a cash
consideration. Those affidavits wen
carried to Secrutary Noble and h has
turned them over to Mr. Harmon.
Meanwhile Commissioner. Raum is bj
no means idlo. Ho has demanded
that Secretary Noble dismiss tho three
employes who made the affidavits
against his son, and has submitted
to Secretary Noblo a lot of document
ary evidence which ho claims proves
that theto three mon havo entered
into a conspiracy to injure him
through attacks on his son. The
matter will havo to ho settled by Mr.
Harrispn, and upon its settlement de
pends tho official existence of Com
The Chilian rumpus has had the
eircct of further postponing tho vari
ous prominent appointments that
tho politicians havo been so hungrily
expecting over since Mr. Harrison re
turned to Washington.
Tho efl'cct that small things havo
upon largo ones was nevor moro strik
ingly exemplified than by tho report
of Major Pollock, tho superintendent
of tho freo mail delivery system, who
has just returned from an examination
tour of tho principal freo delivery
offices in tho west. Major Polleck
says that tho recent abolition of the
custom of compelling carriers to count
ovcry pieco of mail reooived and dis
patched from tho postoilices will result
iu u saving to tho government of
about $5100,000 a year, and on account
of tho timo saved by tho carriers it does
away with any immediate need of
largely increasing the carrier force in
all Motions of the country, as it waa
expected aome time ago would nave to
be doac. J. H. (J.