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A HKMI-WKKKT.Y XliW&l'Al'KK, DEVOTE!) TO Slavs, I.ITEUATHRK AND HITJIOI
UNION, UNION COUNTY, OltEGO.N, Fit ID AY. DECEMBER 12, 181.
THE OREGON SCOUT,
Published at Union. Union Co.,
Oiegon, every Tue.iday and
Friday mornings, by the
UNION PUBLISHING CO.
KK1TKD ItY A.M03 IC. JONKS.
suuscwption, 82.00 ri:u vi:un.
I.h1ko Directory. j
Oiuxi) t;.vi Vam.ky Loixjk, i
"o. flu. Ai F. &.A. Jr. Meets on the
2, and 4, Saturdays of each nuinth. 1
(). F. J5KI.L, W, sr.
C. K. Davis., Skc.
Union i.ontn:, No. .TO, T. O. 0. F.
Regular meetings on Friday evenings
of each week at their liall m Union.
All brethren in good standing are in
vited to attend
Hr order of the Lodge,
J. It. C1UTH.N, X. O.
AltTHUIt HUSIC. See.
il. E. Ciltiitoii. Dlvino scrvt o ev
erv Stindav at It a. M. and 7 i M. Sun
da'v School at .'1 1. M. l'rayer meeting
every Thursduv evening .11 OsBU.
ltKV. Anokuson, Pastor.
PltKSIiYTKKIAN CflUltCH. Services
Morning and evening of the 1-atid :i
Sunday of each month. Sunday School
every Sunday at 10 a. m.
Judge. - - - - A. C. Cra'g
Sheriff ... A. I.. Saunders
Clerk - - - - H. F. Wilson
Treasurer - - A F. Mellon
School Superintendent J. L. Himlman
Survevor ... E.Simnnls
Coroner - - J I. Lewis
(ico. cklen .Ino. Stanley
Mate Senator - - - L. 11. Kinehait
F. T. Dick i:. E. Taylor
Mavor - - - A. C. Craig
I). II. Uccs. .1. Elliott ;
Jos.'WrlghU J. 11. Thomson !
U..--;iir.-" - '- A.'lC.Tniirs i
IMarshal .... A. J. (ioodhrod i
Treasurer ----- 0. 1). Carroll 1
Street Commissioner - - - L. Eaton
Departure of Trains.
l!eg. East bound trains leave at IO:XO
A. M. West bound trains leave at "2:15
J. II. C1UTES,
Attorney at law.
Collecting and probata practice
OlHce. two doors south of Post
olllett. Union, Oregon.
G. W. BlUGEItS, M. D.,
UKFICK IX OAVIs' 1IU1I.DI?.!;,
Kooin No. Up stitirs.
Union, - - - Oregon.
Justice of tlio Peace, j
ltl'.AL ESTATE AND COL- I "W .l,0,lV' ",u. ""u
. ,., .,.,.., but tlio best btttnds of lniuors
M.CiLNG A1.1..M. jaiid ci-rars ket in stock.
..mcK. UAVis- Buuisn, itooM. SAMPLE BOOMS
Nt). b. Lp stairs. 1
rurt omiiicii iul travelers.
(0 Ntoanj Public
Office one door south of J. B. I
Eaton's store, Union, Oregon, j
I. N. CltOMWELL, M D.,
Ol'lce one ilnor south of J. B
r.atou?,ri stole L'nioi" Oregon ,
J.. W. SIIELTON
Union, - - - Oregon..
L. DANFOUTIt, M. D. ,
Hits permanently located at Suni
mcrvillc, Union Co., Oregon.
SPECIALTIES Diseases of
females and children.
II. F. BUltLElGH,
HEAL ESTATE A COLLEC
LAND OFFICE BUSINESS
Office at Alder, Union Co., Or.
D. Y..K. DEEDING
fhusician- & mtm,
Oillec, Main street, next door
to Jones Bro'w. variety store.
Kcsidence, JIain street, second
house south of Court house.
A. E. SCOTT, 31. I).,
Has vcrinaneiitly located at North
Powder,. where he iVninwqrall calls'
O. F. BeU,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
XOTAUY PP1JLIC, and Conveyan
cer, outer II street, two doors east
(it.jone.s oro's. variety store, union,
.7. M. CAUHOLL,
Notary : Public,
Oflier, Davis's building, room o.
li. Up talr. Union. Oregon.
D. F. 3IOOBE, Pitoi'itiETou.
A well stocked bar In eonnee-
ONE DOOR SOUTJ1 OF
CENTENNIA L 110 TEL .
Gr.oum: Baiui, Pi:oikietou.
" , i
ALL WOltK FIliST CLASS.
Drop in and see mo. ,
SJLLI! LfL.rU 1 ,
AllI.EIt MllXttlt PltOrKIEf Oil ,
All kinds of the flncH and best
brands of liquors ntnd cigars kept
in stork. , .t
"WALLA "WALLA BEE It 25ts.
A Virst ;lii l-.lllluiil Tabic.
.Cull and spend a fioeial liour.
j it. xomxu, rnoi'ifiuTon.
Tlio best of workmen etnploycd.
KINDS. OK nUrKSMITHINO
AXP WAtJtlX WOltK KONK IN A
GOOD WOUKMA.NMKli ..MAXNKlt.
imT'i'fiT sfiort notteti.v
Shop opposite A. I' .BmtsottV
liverv stable ,
i til i
pposite Cc.nteiinLii Hotel.
JOHN S. ELLIOT P, PPtOP.
Having furnished thl old noputor
hotlcrv uithnnipto room, enty of
feed, good hostlers and new buggies,
I am better prepared tliau ever to ac
' MY TI'IIMS AM: ltKASpXAUUt
S A LtD 'b'N,
This nnnulnr lilacs of resort lias late-
lv been enlarged and fuinislhed in the
on hand tlio ehuicest of
Will . soon receive line bill
Drop In and be soel
KEY "WEST Imporii
STATU AND GUNKItAL.
Collected .from the i'rens, nntl Va
rious oilier bounds.
Chbicso highbinders arc getting
impudent at Victoria.
A jelly factory has been started
Ashland lias n suburb known as
The Indian school at Forest
Grove contains 18U c.iildrcu.
The ware houses at Colfax arc
running over with grain awaiting
The Ashland Packing Company
intend to niako bacon of some
liOU or 7l)U head of hogs this win
ter. ' ,
A second crop of raspberries
arc ripcuingou Dave Key's place,
Howell prairie, Marion county,
Tho'cutling of the largo it lega
ting canal in Klamath couuty,
across tiio Link liver ilat, will ue
The Sheiiff of Wasco comity
declines toVeceive potatoes, tur
nips, etc. , in pay tnout of taxes.
He wants cliicKamiii hyack.
Twenty thousand men is the
number estimated to be required
in' tlio work on the Canadian Pn
cilie railway, during the winter.
' Geo"; btbne, aged ! years,
convicted ot an attempt to i-hijjvh
to 'jliu penitentiary lor one year
he Utah, Idaho ami Oregon
Company's lino of stages have
been withdrawn , and the carrying
ot thtl mail turned over to the
A new ilotiring mill is to ho put
up by the government on the Mo
ses Indian icservatiou, in Ste
phens county. It will bo on Pru
ne creek, in the Okaiiagan valley.
,Thu new telegraph cable has
been laid across ilurrard Inlet
between Moodvvilleaud Hastings
Fttnn HastiugB a wire will con
nect w.ili the main lino at Oraii
Vl'e. Chinamen are now bcingsmiig
gled across troin British Colum
bia in largo numbers. There arc
several parties engaged in the
business, and they carry it on
The schooner Flcctwing was
t-eized by the customs olliccrs at
Victoria last tucsday for siiiug
'hng gtaln into ihe province.
The grain h id been sol 1 to a Chi
naman, and will be seized also.
The Oregon Improvement Com-
!. ...Ili.t SIi.nllli, ft, :ll !lt
U-..II- U-..II,. ,..'..K0 :i l,v the
I car load and irl0..r0 by tlw sin
jgleton. This is a leduetion o.
Si.oUa ton over last year, aim
the co il Hiruished U saitl to be
better at that.
Samuel llalston, father-in-law
jot f rank Jiiiikm, is circulating a
i petition to Cleveland, for his ap-
polntment to the potma-.tcrship
sat IndeDondenee, Mo
He is rc-
r, fin llin nlacfi.
IWIltVII ' lllMl.w., - 1 f
and would doubtlcKs receive the
ihearty commendation-or bis tel
low citizens, were ho mil Frank
The Pendleton manufacturing
company, with .7. M. Lcczer an
picsident, lyis beau organized for
the purpose J)f manufacturing
threshers and other agricultural
The bank of British .Columbia
directors are having plans pro-
tnred in Portland for n lino bank
building, to cost $30,000. It wiil
he of similar architecture to that,
of the First Natioul bank building
The case of George iV. Emer
son, who shot Adolph It. Sppeck-
els when she tatter attempted to
take the life ot M. II. De Young,
has been dismissed on the ground" '
of hearing extending over the sta
tutory titnj of six (jays.
But ten miles of the Oregon
P.ieitic railroad remain to be laid
and two forces arc laying track at
the rate of from one to two 'miles
per day. The first through train
is expected to pas's over the Toad
by the 16th of the present month.
I A pearl weighing ninoty-thrcn
cirats, the largest known, and
valued at 17,000, which was pur
chased of an Indian diver for
$00, was shipped to London. It
was found at Miuieji, on the coast
of Lower California. &.
There is a strougfeolinginSho
sionn rouiiti (nvoring a. division
of the same. Mil fray vil Jo. In thoj
Caul imP Alone mines, is noWKi
ltv seat,u1UK?aiho' division will!
without tlotiut be Jtindo by the
legislature nt Its, next session.
, branch road from Itathdrtini
to.Caiur tPAlenc is talkctl of hi
railroad circles. It will be built
for the purpose of connecting at
the latter place with steamers in
order to tap tlio great timber belts
of the Ciourd'Alenu, St. Joe and
! St. Mary. 8 rivers.
Tlio California Sugar refinery
have reduced the price of sugar
I one cent per pound. This. makes
1 the price the lowest ever tjuoted
on this coast. The new rates for
patent cube A tire seven antl thleo
quarter rents. This is six cents'
a pound lower than the felling
price of eighteen months ngo.jftt
Sau Francisco experienced
terrilio windstorm on the St h lint.
the inot violent ever witness
ed at tint place. Passd1igorson
, ferry boats were seasick, til reel
sigus were blown down, and win
dows blown in. Several vessels
broke from their moorings anil
washed ashore, and many
seriously - damaged. The
American ship Edward O'Brien
got iuUy.ueh a tlanerein position
i t,mt ,IU I,tnl" Imil "tei""
5000 to tow her iulVa fafo an
chorage. Two sections of the
sea wall were smashed in, ami
the breakwater tit the fo'it of
' Green street wm completely
washed away. It is impossible
to estimate damages. No causal-
tties aru reported outside.
lteports from the interior. Miow
that a cold wind storm iiMVailed
generally throughout tlioalate;
Ai'llaiiiord, in itio t-miUinMUTt
vanej , meru ivn u i 'i
snow, and at Bakcrstlehl, furth
er south, three iuchc of snow
fell. This N unprecedented in
that section of the ttc,