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THE WEEKLY OREGON SCOUT,
UNION. OliKCON. SAT., SKPT. o. 1SS3.
Caught on the Fly
N. Rowland is having his residence
Quito a number of people in town
during the week.
E. II. Mix has been appointed U. S.
Dr Strange expects bis family from
llOscburg in a few days.
Recorder Thomson has nearly com
pleted the city assessment.
New ledges of good paying quartz
have been found in the Wallowa.
Crops throughout the valley are, re
ported nluch lighter than those of last
Mr W. F. Davis will remove, his saw
mill to, the l'inc creek mines carlv
Ford Bloch, Dan Moore and Win.
Mulhollan will be oh" for the mines
W. E. Mulhollan, of Portland, for
merly of this city, is here on a visit to
relatives and friends.
. Gen. Stevens of Clover creek, was
In town this week, also Uncle Hi.
Osborne of Wingville.
, The numerous new residences
which arc being built in Union, are
fast ncaring completion.
. Rev, Thomas Smith, formerly of the
Uove, who has been lying aeriously ill
!xt Baker City, is improving.
, (Don't fool with . the Hall iJro's.,
bijys. They strike with the force of
jupitcr's Olympic thunderbolts.
Tosters announcing the 13tli annu
jil fair of the Union County Agricul
tural Society, are up. They are quite
A survey has been made from Jlun
ington, dqWn the Snake river, to the
'nines. The route is reported, to be a
I . Mr. Alfcrd Rolman, of the Portland
Pregoniail, is on a visit to the Pine
Creek mines, for the purpose of wri
ting them up.
S. V. 'McFarren and family have
returned frpm their pleasure trip to
the Wallowa. Ho reports having a
; .Experts Pell and Outhouse arc still
m the county exporting business. A
Jorge array of figures are starring them
square in the face.
Misses Clarissa Beidicman,- Laura
Saunders and Mollio Lewis left on
Thursday, to atttend the Ascension
school at the Cove.
' The. creek running across D street
js being tilled up. This will make the
Street nilich better both for conven
'.eijce and health.
j Oil account of Now Year's day of our
srealite citizens, their stores will be
plosed next Thursday, and no business
transacted by them.
Mr. Donnelly, of the Graut county
Jews, has leased his half interest in
(hat paper, and will assume charge of
the Baker City Democrat.
' Ed. Martin, of Summcrville, says,
how, that he has sold out of the milling
business, he can devote more time to
Ilia matrimonial inclinations.
i Mr Martin of the Victor ilouring
mills sOld his one half interest in the
mill to Pharis, and Thomas Wade,
and It. D. -Kucktnun, for $7000.
, Quarterly meeting commences at
the M. E. C'uirch this afternoon. Ser
vices by Elder G. M. Irwin to-night
:tud Sunday morning ami evening.
j Rev. Mr Shields, who has been in
JJuion, left for his homo iil- the Wal-
jfvmi. lib wife was suddenly taken
ill which caused him to hasten home.
, Our new City Marshal, Marion Car
roll, has not been sworn in.. This ac
founts for our street lamps" not hav
ing bcn lighted the past few evenings.
t! Hall Pro's now ware-houscj at the
Sopot, will be ready for use in about
Ufroc! weeks. The main building is
IWxtiO ft. with C ft. platforms on each
S. M. McMullin is the gentlemanly
disppnserof drugs at Wright's popular
drug store. Mr McMuliiii will remove
his family from Pendleton to Union
in a few weeks.
). Thursday tho horses attached to the
power of Wilkinson's thresher, took
liKJtumpede, doing considerable dam
tne. Tho sumo misshap happened to
the Davis Bro.s. machine.
An ice cream festival was held" at
Wright's hall, by the ladies of tho
rrchbyterian church, on last Tuesday
fcvoning. A very pleasant tlmo was
exmnt. Tho icceipta were fair.
J! It is confidentially reported that a
li'erchant over at New La Grande,
jtiok in 25 cents, all in olio day, and
ho allowed a pleasant smile to steal
07er his melancholly. features,
J It Eeoms that E. II. Mix, wli0 flront
to Portland to induce capitalists to
take hold of the toll load projedt from
Baker city to the mines, could not
got. thorn to eiithuw worth a cout.
'Tho Pfue creek placer mining Co.
4 received two look containing
JeMHcatys of the Go's , stock. Tho
rttiflbntjg (iro very neatly gutten up.
fhf work ,Wu . tsoctiUJil in f'maha.
' A hutrnl tho Union milUi explo
ded Tuesday uTeuing, but win quirk
y gathered ut ami thrown f ut of a
t.indow, Yvln-fi' tin- l.ur'iing fluid et
ilro u, p'.nii bldi ks and dry sthks. It
Haa ertfognjslud wttb. ut doing any
Baker City races Oct. 6th.
Harvest throughout the Willamette
valley is over.
Weather fine, people happy, and
Crops in Washington Territory re
Walla Walla wheat is selling at
$1.35 and $1.10 per cental.
Freight on hops over the Northern
Pacific has been reduced $2 per ton.
Times are exceedingly dull in Port
land and other Willamette valley
M. D. Clifford our prosecuting attor
ney for this district left for a tour to
California accompanied by his newly
J. E. Dawne, Judge of the Alaska
District, has taken his departure for
that country. His family accompa
A little child of Mr. D. It. Lukin, of
Yaquina Bay, was run over by the
cars and killed, at that place, on Mon
David Boggs, the murderer of D, W,
Church and wife, near Eugene City,
was found in his cabin, where he had
committed suicide by hanging.
Orders for Gen. Grant's new book
are said to be enormous. Mrs. Grant
is to receive 75 per cent on American
and 85 per cent on foreign sales.
Lafayette Williamson, residing near
Wheatland, Polk county, was hooked
down and then stamped to death by
an infuriated cow one day this week.
John Howard, a nineteen year old
son of Gen. 0. O. Howard, committed
suicide, at the Yellowstone Park, on
Sunday last, by shooting himself
through the body. Cause, lover's quar
rel. Cattle nien in the Indian Territory
are hurrying their stock oil' from the
forbidden lands. Over 100,000 head
have been driveii ofl" recently. Cleve
land means business when he says
The first of this month the game law
went out of effect hence the sportsman
can put on his gum boots, and hunt
and kill, if he can, all kinds of game,
without fear of being molested by an
Coutity Court meets on Monday
next and the Commissioners court on
the Wednesday following. Wo un
derstand considerable business will
necessarily have to bo transacted at
this regular term.
A Corporation has been formed in
Portland for the purpose of purchasing
the Daily Standard and equipping it for
a better paper. The Standard is a
good paper but has never been a very
Times arc most fearfully dull over
at La Grande. We don't understand
how it is, but we got the news from
one of her business men. Well, who'd
have thought that, when Union is as
lively as trout catching grasshoppers.
The Union County Agricultural So
ciety will bold its fair, commencing
Sept. 28th. and continueing six days.
An excellent programmo has been
prepared, and the managers expect to
mako it far the best meeting held by
There should be an ordinance passed
by the common council, requiring
thistles growing in the streets, to be
cut down by the adjacent property
owners, In some of the streets in the
northern part of town, they have be
come a perfect nuisance.
Tho Band of Hope had a picnic on
Tuesday last. Tho time was spent in
amusing games, and talks from the
older members, after which they re
galed tbomsehes. with a genuine old
fashioned picnic dinner. It was an
enjoyable affair for the children.
Daniel Church, ot Eugene city, was
found dead in Mohawk valley, some
ten miles from Eugene, with a bullet
hole in his back. A short distance
from his .body his wife was iteo
found, with her face hacked arid man
gled with an axe, though not dead.
John Griffin, an old and respected
citizen of Baker county, was fatally in
jured at tho Itockeyfcllow & . Foster
mine, in this county; last week. He
was at work in tho shaft, When an as
cending bucket filled with ore, fell
back into the shaft, crushing his skull
Considerable street improvement is
being mado by commissioner Eaton,
much to the advantage of our city.
The creek passing just north of Jo W.
Shelton's residence, has been turned
into a ditch and run under tho sido
walk along the street, aild tho slotigh
will bo filled up.
It is rumored that several applicants
for the Union post-oflico are' quietly
working for tho inns. We bejiovo the
present incumboilt gives satisfaction
to tho public generally, but that
makes no difference to thoso Who do
sire a closer acquaintance with Uncle
Sum's method of doing business.
Mr C. W. Lonharl, one of -tho mill
ers at tho Union mills, got his fingers
caught in the coggs of a wheel and
had them considerably la'-eiated, a
few dua go. He was careleselly
brUshim the shorts, which had
clogged in the wheels, out of
ctJggB, when his Uniier cailght.
dumage to tho wheel however.
J. It. CriicB hlforirifi tia that
naonltt of Llmnl ciiv will tigii
subscription piqier foi the new load,
lending into tho Pino cwk mines, if
presented to them: Tin y are all aux
ions the !oad hhmld b built. l'er
hp ma'iy at I " (ra do will i it
f'Hr mi-Mis totlu pui r Gi Hum
aTu cl. "it to cjufl'iit' '-J th utr-ppso
l'INi: C1SKKK MINKS.
Its Vointerfut ltirtiiicss Still 1nrrc.ni
ovNrw Klilorntlos llclng !
No abatement in the richness of the
great gold fields in the Pine Creek distrlet.
The excitement still continues and more is
daily added ns new, and if possible, still
richer ledges are reported found. The pros
pects of the mines where shafts have Iwcn
sunk, increase In value, in all the ledges so
worked, It is expected that a quartz mill
will soon be in full operation. Capitalists
are arriving every day from all parts of the
United States, and are amazed at the rich
ness and extent of the ledges. The candid
opinion of all who have visited the mines,
is that it could scarcely be possible for rock
to bo richer than that of these ledges.
Several transfers of mines are reported.
Hc-ides the quartz ledges there is every in
dication that rich placer diggings will be
found, that will well pay the hardy miner
for his toil. The Pine and Kaglo Creek
Placer Mining Co's. mine is being devel
oped with every indication of favorable re
sults. They have stripped fiTO feet, and
are sanguine that they will bo well remu
nerated for their labor.
C. II. Prcscott brought in from the mines
a few days ago a piece of ore which seemed
to be more gold than rock.
W'c learn from Mr. Ilardcsty that the
rock is not free milling, as has heretofore
been stated, but rather rebellious.
Mr. Fitch, of the law (inn Of Fitch, Shel
ton Si Ilardcsty, of this city, lifts purchased
a lot in Lower Cornucopia, and is erecting
a building thereon,
Dr. Ilex, of Portland, is in tho mines,
testing ores of the diUcront ledges.
Mr. lllumaucr returned to Portland, a
few days ago, having purchased an interest
in some of the mines.
Tlios. Fitch, .1. W. Shelton, and Jesse
Ilardcsty, of this city, have purchased an
interest in the mines.
The prospects of all the ledges thus far,
continue to increase in richness and ex
tent. The Itcd Jacket is now down (53 ft;
the Allen A Cox 6d ft. ; Itcd I5oy 15 ft; Key
stone 00 ft; the Whitman and the Drifter
A new ledge has just been discovered,
called the Silver Bell; It is said to be the
richest of any yet found. It is believed
by some, however, to be an extension of
the Itcd Jacket, though not yet definitely
Mr. Chapman, an old mining expert, cor
roborates the statement or other experts,
that the mineral belt of the I'iuo and Ea
gle ercelc, including the Hogcm section,
is probably the richest in the world, out
rivaling llutte in wealth.
There are about two hundred ledges in all,
located, about fifty of which arc boing
Tho Companion and the Union arc down
50 feet, and assay at that depth $000.
Almost too Lntu.
Wo learn trom the Wallowa Chieftain
that U. J,. Jeffrey, formerly of the Mountain
Sentinel, was found at Thompson's old
cabin, on the Imnaha. about 30 miles from
Joeph, by I'M. Holmes, in a starving and
helpless condition. Mr. Jeli'rey hail started
from Joseph, on foot, sonic ten days pre
vious, to go alolic over the trail to the Pine
Creek mines, a distance of about '22 miles,
but being unacquainted with tho moun
tains, had become lost, and wandered
around until he found the eiibin, Where he
lay himself down to die. It was almost
too late. Jeff, ran run a newspaper better
than he can llnd mountain trails.
J. L. Albcrson will pay tho highest
market price, cash, for wheat, oats and
Drop into Cove drug store and see
those Parker shot guns. Portland
If you are in need of butter barrels
or kegs, you can get them of S. B.
Ayles, Union, Oregon.
1. A. BoskoWitz will pay special at
tention to the shipment of grain, and
highest market price allowed, and
prompt returns made..
Besides our regular stock Of school
hooks', we have a lot of second hand
school reader's, almost as good as new,
which we will sell for Pearly one half
price of now hooks. HALL BRO S,
Since tho dopartitro of tho Vigor of
Life advertiser, John Wright, our drug
gist, has had a number of calls for tills
valuable medicine. He has just re
ceived a supply, and will hercufter keep
it in stock.
It came. The civil sorvico catapult
was iireil into a crowd of fourth class
postmasters a few days ags; a portion
of the contents striking Billy,, the
postmaster at La Grande, square in
the neck, and off canlo his head. Tho
same explosion mado J. H. Shain
bailgh of La Grande tho happy P. M.
Tho new administration is slow but
Editors o UeWspapers arb very tare,
but it first class specimen' bf this sort
was leported to havo boon seen on the
streets of Weston, in Umatilla county,
a few days ago, by oiio of our citizens,
That Ed. haddoiined hiaaborigrrbil cos
tume, and was clawing after the
roots of his JOiir, ns ho wandered wild
ly around to see tho sights; and ''take
in" tho signs. Wore it not for the
fact that Mrs A. K accompanied Jut
husband to Woslon, wo should fear for
ma safo return.
What boa become of the telephone
eulorntisot The nolea look lonely
without the wire and arc m uaeleaa us
when nneut in the .foieat shade
There is a line from New La Grar-de
to bland city iu fine working order.
The people of I41 Urahde and Island
complain that if our wire in wan up, it
would Ik; of gfcul convenience to ull.
They would ofteit telegruph hoje, hut
do not Kno'v when the dispatch would
r"ch itnth'stiuatioii. Why not linUh
jv Tin- i -t nf r-jiioti 'ctii.ui vol1 he
g ft'I 'C' line gf 'ltUiiH u slm'. mi tn
U i z "'t hi th r ittcr
Covk, September 1st., 1SS5.
Born. Auir. 31. to the wife of G. L.
Keller, a hoy. Also to the wife of Jas.
Lurford, a nine pound son.
Thi ier nronm festival at the Loillh-
ton school buildinir. was well attended
and a neat sum netted.
Mr. f!nrtor siiul Miss Anna Cullen
have been engaged to teach the Cove
public school, which will open Mon
day, Oct. 5th.
1 r .T rinur lina Mirnird !1 l'llht? Ilf
...... ...... - j o r"- o
Chinamen to pick his hop crop, which
is yielding very well.
Messrs. Jo. Kelloy and trunk Bloom
Mltnmli'il tin (hmoinc nartv at Sum-
morvilie. Saturday eve,, and met with
kind treatment and a good time.
Pmf llrmvor. nf Portland. Is horo
repairing and tuning pianos and or
gans. He gives good satisfaction.
A jolly party, consisting of Messrs.
Ed. Holmes,' Ed. Stearns, Sherman
Roesn mid W. Hlnoin. went cnnilunc
on Milium, Tueseay, to ho gone sev
Cassell Forrester, after an oxtetided
trip throunh Montana, has returned to
Mrs. Alma Jaycox gave a very pleas
ant tea party to her lady friends,
C. C- Olson having accepted a posi
tion ns miller In a. Walla Walla Ilour
ing mill, left for that city, on Wednes
day. Whiskey Ckkkk, Sept. 1st. 1SS5.
Some very warm days last week.
It limbod Kfvnral times latelv
though it would rain, but passed ofl
with a sprinkle
Harvest is pretty well over, and grain
is generally good. There will bo more
grain harvested here than ever before.
Mr. Buford, from tbe Willamette
valley, is stopping with his brother-in-law,
J. B. Nobles. , He came here for
his health, and thinks of settling in
G rover Cleveland resides near here.
Uw parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Whit
more, live with him. 'oo says that
G rover doesn't seem to take much in
terest in the affairs of tho general gov
ernment, but exercises despotic power
over those immediately around him.
Phil. Wilson, Who bus been visiting
"the folks" on Prairie creek, and can
vassing for the Scout, stopped a day
or two with his sister, Mrs. Anna Hun
ter, on his way out to Union. There
seems to be something very attractive
out there for him. What is it Phil?
Mr. Parrish, tho joviai miller from
Atder. was down visiting relatives and
friends last week. Mr. Parrish evi
dently believes the old saying, "laugh
and g'row fat," and enjoys himself ac
cordingly. Several parties passed through this
week oil their way to Paradise and
Lost valleys. These prairies lie about
thirty miles from Losline, near the
mouth of Grande Itoudo river. There
is said to be room for quite a settle
ment. Several families have already
located, and more are going.
Bio CitWJK, September 1st., 1885.
The weather is very warm.
Harvest is in full blast.
J. J. Turner has the boss crop in
this section. ; .
Harris' thtcshiiig niachlilgc's doing
The grain is not turning out as well
as wo expected,
We have a Sunday school here, but
members of tho ehtireh take no in
terest !n the matter.
One would think It. B. Davis was
trying to get upon an elevated rail
way, judging from thoaltitudo to which
ho lifts his pedal onumiontH, since tho
now accession of a littlo daughter.
Tho Yakima Kcpuhlicaii says tho
Yakima valley is the 'Laild of Prom
ise." Wo suppose Mosos has been
thero and "viewed tho landscape o'er."
Please send your old patriarch over to
Grando Bomlo Valley, and instead of
standing afar off and gazing at tho
beautiful scene boforo him, ho Will
take his stall and comcin among us,
Tlio Baker County Hcvcillc sav:
"Tho toll road project from Duller
city to tho mines is tho ohly rohto to
tluVliiines from cither Union or Baker,
mid that Baker is the natural supply
poiiit to the mines."
Well, that almost tdlSis a way our
breath lhii;cr city ha$ u few ad van e
tages avci Union just for tho present,
and wc $h!ill not object to the Baker
city papers sneaking of, their advau
tiiges in legitimate terms, but when
those papers turn looc0wUh such ex
pressions as, 'thoonly rotilo to tho
mill: is front Baker city," that
' 'Bilker is tho natural eupply point, ' '
and pcrsia in locating ur mines in
Baker county mid thgi expect our
county commissioners to grant tho
right of way for Baker city men to
build u loll road lu part, through
Uiiioq. county, for tlia purpose of
diverting tho trade, which would
natural! cmno tu L ! t. Ihiker
city, Is expectation nearly akin to In
sanity. Tho pooplo of thU county
havo not forgdttcn the proposed steal
project ,uy juiKer couiuy poiiiciams,
off to Baker county. ujiUcr t-Uy has
its advantage, Union htu hors, ami
lliinlb'gtoii ami La Orihdo theirs.
Then don't Mr. Bakcrito, Imagine
that your lllth- hum In tho hub"
Amur. 1 vhl.h im iI to vl 'eh nil. tho
weai(': of this .intern Or ltoh Jnust i
centci' Plcuio h t K live
Tin: sv.w iioap.
Two Thousand Dollnrs Sutifccrl
licil, Anil .Mtiro Cuming.
The proposed new road to the Pine
creek mines, is one of the things
bound to be. Over $2,000 havo been
subscribed, and subscriptions arc
da'tlv added. No ono has subscribed
less'thau $.r0, while soino have gono
up into tho hundroik. Work, mon
ey, merchandise, and salable live
clnnl- f.il.-nn 'Plir ii'inm' Will hn lU'fi-
sentcd to the people in different parts
ICll I' tnc people 111 Ulliuiuiu mriB
the valley, and a largo amount
of the vallov, ami a largo nuiouii
will vnt 1m lilm-pd thereon. The leo
plo s'av the road must bo built. The
commissioners meet on Wednes
day next and the V aro expeted to do
the fair thing. "There is go In it,
and we'll make it go." Don't forget
this. Union coiluty is slow in hang
ing criminals who need it hwi she's
liJiitninir on buildinir roads where
actuallv wanted. There Is no undue
excitement over it, hut our citizens
are just putting their names down tor
from goo to 5.'uu. uomc ngiu mi
gentlemen, wo havo wakened up to
ncV lifo and energy, our Kip Van
Winkle nan s over, our hreaUtast
eaten, and now wo menu business.
1 M All O It AT 1 0 N fco r 1 HT Y.
A rtnln Statement of fact si
To tiik People ok Hdkuk and Union Corx-
There was organized in Paker City on
AuL'iist iWth an Immigration Society Its
object is to gather information of every
kind concering the resources of llaker mm
Union counties and cause the same to Do
published in the East. Arrailgments ui'l
also be made to have an exhibit of agricul
tural and mineral specimens lu soino of
the central points in tho older States. We
trust the people will take tho trouuic to
forward to the Secretary all matters of in
fnroxt. tnirctbnr with such sncciiliciis,
either agricultural or mineral, as may be
worthy of exhibition. Send your name
with each specimen.
It mav seem to some that such an or
ganization is unnecessary, in view ol the
fact that the. last l.euislaturo appropriated
$10,000 to aid a State Hoard of Immigration
in regard to the resoures of Oregon. In
paying this sum linker and Union counties
pay their full proportion, lis they are now
among tho lirst on the list of taxation.
Hut it isu fact that tho State Hoard is ex
tending its influence solely for the benefit
of Southern Oregon and Willamette Valley,
and !f we expect to derive advantage lroin
immigration we must rely upon our own
efforts. Wo do not wish tt dbtrnct from
the mreitsof those portions of our State
which seem to tho State Hoard to consti
tute Oitl'oii. His triii! that in the matter
of rain. fog. mud, rust, ague, nsthmii, con
sumption, catarrh, typhoid fever, inort
gages and bankrupt sales, the Willamette
Valley exceeds tins country; but for sub
limity of climate, richness, of soil, diversi
ties of hiduntries, froedom from, disease,
scarcity of mortgages, and general pros
perity of Unpeople, wo certainly can just
ly claim superiority.
Kotwitliotandlng the fact that the lead
ing papers of Portland will nay hut littlo
about it, and the State Hoard to an immi
grant never, our mineral resources are so
L'rent and tho amount of bullion taken
from our mines so regular mid valuable
that we are not at the mercy of a Scotch
loan company, or any other money loan
ing instution, whose extortions compelled
the enactment of the -'mortgage tax" law.
Wo have sullleient resourced to enable us
to live within ourselves, aiid our million
,,f .lnllnrM n vpnr tnkeli from our mines
enable us to lio lenders and not borrowers
of monov. Wo have room for thousands
where hundreds now partly occupy the
soil; wo havo n cotintry whero the man of
1,,,,11wl iintmu r'nll in II flW VCUI'S IH'llllil'O
a competency; we havo a country ollering
all tho advantages and few ol ino uismi
Wo (He the hearty cooperation of our
peopii)In our ofT'orts, and tho result enn-
ml fi trt in nf Instill'' lUlViltltauO 10 ail
concerned. (inonor. JLTuacv,
(!. O. IIolmak, Secretary.
Ilaknr City, August 111, 18SQ.
A :il Clinnco.
C. Vincent, of tho City Hoot and Shoe
KiirA Im now rcei'Ivinc his fall stbek, which
consists of a laruo assortment of boots and
ulir.r.11 (ll'ftr.M men. L'lllll IIOOIS. UlC. Ol lliu
v,.rv l'wmtniialitv. which ho is selling, chea
Dor than ovor. for casli. Call on him mid
Kugla Cdopof Shop.
H u AvIoh. manufacturer of btit
lor barrels and kegs ..has always on
I, I ,1 r.nr1 QimnU' of till! host (lllfllh
tv. oii'dwill sell ilium at reasonable
p'ricos. Give him a call, at his shop,
south of tho school liouso, union.
ftadillfl" anil Jlnriifnn.
Those desiring anything ko)t or usu
.1ltr i.iniiitfiif'tiin'd in a woll-stookoi
Addlo and harness shop, should not
fail to call oh JJoIdleman it DiKQ", '
this city, boforo purchasing elsewhere.
fnohiro liothiiiL' but the
best quality of goods, and sell at prices
that cannot bo coippeled with. Farm-
era Will do well to learn wuorouioy cun
r,,i ii, n host, minds for the monov. bo
foro thoy' buy. . Single harness, $15 to
18 Halters. 50 cts., and all other
goods in proportion.
A finn fliiKortmniit nf cents' furnish
lug goods havo just booit recoived by
Jowio Aluerson. ttineo uiu grcui. iu-
In. Hn, i in ,nti(i.' (H'fllBioilO! il)V tho
general haul timofl, ho will sell uUit
from 0 upwards,
A. Cod an Mwirthioiij of elidloc fakrdb'
riKcrits ms were t vir hrtmidit to Union,
! WvI ton anloxmnhie mb
octiu rcnvei by juiiw uni b. aiic puu-
lim it uualitv of lubrioaihiij nfls
I ..h.i. I.t,...i , ..f. ti.l I
(Ui in'ii "'"I"; i r -
icl: i T. Wntfht, t'nion. Urcgon.
eti u.i x ' ine uiuit iwiu
. . 1 . .1 A.
'j h lot nf uinuritioii etc.. hut received
U- 4'glii'x I'mtr fluills illli'l on
lliiwuri Ilmul Orwiuido' uro tin- U1
Our public ?chool commences Mon
day, Sept. 11th., with Mr. Turner Oh
iver, of Suminorville, as principal,
Miss Moore, of Malheur, as teacher in
the intermediate, and Miss Goodall. of
La Grande, as teacher in tho primary
department. We havo a fine school
building, and an intelligent and studi
ous class of pupils who are willing and
anxious to receive instruction. It
is to be hoped that both parents and
teachers will use their best endeavors
to make our school what it should bci
Much depends upon tho directors,
-a-v" , -1. , . 1 . . i n 'L
who should be prompt to do their
duty, and to encourage always those
in charge and to "inai3 tne scnooi
room surroundings as pleasant as pos
sible. Wo predict good results for all
n l.iat Snlnrilnv tlii'Iil mum liot'll
went to the Union'Mills, and for cith
er pure develmeiit or thotightlcssncfii
closed the waste L'lite to the (lain, tliltd
causing the watei to Overflow. It Was
discovered about an hour attcrwarusj
and much serious damage prevented,
As it was, consHloraoio (iiimiigc was
done. This is the second time that tho
premises have been interfered with
The Union Milling Company hereby
notify the parents ol ciiiiurcn mat
hereafter thoy must keep their chif
dreti from the grounds of , tho compiv:
nv. The niterlerenco wun tne wuicr
power of a null is a suite s prison oi
r.....w. i.,. I lwn- ii'ill ' nrnrlili th tllO
IL IlPt , iiim nn-j ...
fullest ex tent of tile law, the ticxt jier;
son found hiterfereitig with their water
t!n,i,iiwl (Inst. Sulo nf all kinds ol
Suiiinier Dress Goods, for which call hi1
send at once to IVoskowitz's store, Un
ioii, ns he does not intend to pacK
them away for fdfure trade, as done
Bbskowitz Will always civri
.... !...! ., innts In frw1r mid I'fClltor
Ull limmwiivuio ... ...... p- .
bargains, than can bo found elsewhere'
11 w hntl 1 tlin rtniiot' that Heiiiy
Villard will again asccild to the Pros;
ident of the N. P. Kril road is not Well
In the County coitri of the Stattf of Orcipir"!
lor i moil couiuy,
X. tlowlanil lin'd
H. U. Uiiyd, t.art- I piainliiPs.
ners, doing btisl-
ncss together, J
ICS. McComan ) .
.I.T. McComas. ) , t , t.
iv.. i.' u i..i..,,,.iu nml .1. HV. TMcrninnr.
dcfeiidimts, in tho aboye entitled action. In
the name of the State of Oregoiii ,yuu art
herebV rctiliireil to appear in tho nbdvo' elii
titled court and answer the c)inplaint hied
. :.. M... ..l.ji,.,. milithwl nnllflll.
In- the first day of tho next regular term or
said court, alter tho complete publication
of this summons, ton six consecutive weeks;
to-wit: Oh tho 7th. day of September. 18S.J,
or for want thereof, plnintilPs w;il ask
judgment ifeaiilHt you Tor the sum of tOMJO,
and interest thereon lit the rate pf 8 pef
cent, per milium., from the 22d. dav of Sep,
1 .o,i .....1 r.. ,.uid iiii.l flmliilra
leillDCr, lOiU, nun iui ii"" ......
mcnts of this action. . t
This suiiiinohs is published by rtrdor of
the Hon, A. C. Cnlig, Judge of safd tourV
Dated July 'JUth, 1S.
J. W. Hnr.LTON,
llKl-0 Atty. for riaintui's'.
ri.i.n i.ii,i,.L;,..ini1 linvlliir linrn dnlv nn
l nu uuui;ir'ih,,l- i...;..ci ; .
pointed executrix of the estate of Aitrp.
'. . . ... 1 1 V..4iA la iflMllltf Wt-W
AUIICrSDU) lll'Ceiini-ll, I'll"" ' ii.vwj
en to all ptr.ions having cjnims against sail?
estato, to present the s,nuic, with proper
...i,.. r.. ,,!.i .,..,. i, li-iv. nf her rest
deuce, niUir.Sunimorvillo. nl Uiiiou 'eunty.
Oregon, Wltllin six nionins iruiu iuv '" w
this notice. . . . . , "
Dated this ICd. day ot .1 my.
MAntliA K. O. ANunnso!.,
'P 1,,, II nmv I'nnrnrii! It hllDCr.li
iiiL' that then) aro 'third vacimclt's hi lH
scholarships of' this coUlity. In the. St
Univurslty of Oregon. Notice hT hcr'bi
fill Burh vnn'mcM, win U iiuulo by t)
it u. !.. ...,..,nllitll IV'llIl I
I I Ml 1 1 1 Y ruilll,,iu (iiiiiiw ii" " iilj,
Coiihtv School HilpcnnU'iiddnt, on WM
liusilllt, nuii. mil. .ni, '" ivm "
one of the regular September torui ltS-, ol
sain couiuy conn. oo
Witness my hand thin Mst lath., 1S9.J,
A. y.:, y ii.in.i-iiuni; juutjv
(Vttost; H. V, Wilson, Clerk.
Notico ol l'Miiul SilttleUiont.
, . p'i
III the homily ijotirtof the Stata Qn4
gon, for Ijiiton county. In tho huUR"-1
tho estato of T. J. Douglas, detcased r
-Tv-r-otiCoIiiliwcby, given, that the iiiiilav
LN signed, Iiaviug tiled In tho Coupt
couit of Onion county; Oregon, a llnal ac
count of Ills adiiilnUtridloii of the estate, oj
T. .1. Douglas deceased, and playing; for a
dKhmye, and Unit Tuesday, the 8th day
of September, ISS. nt tlio.hoiir of 10 o'clock
A. M. oi saiuuny, inusaiuu uiuija unr
the regular Septeinber term of said .court,
has been appointed as tho tllae anil the
court house hi Union as tho place, for litnr"
lug objections to Mid account, and tlior
tlciiient thereof, and for rtliowlng cahsc
any tlicro be, why ail order Im not ln:iUa,.
dlscliaigiiig tho .undersigned from lurtK
duty as such udmhiititratoi-j hnd rcluuiffS
hlsMirctles froln further liabilities on 'Us
Dated this SOlh. dily of Juno.-IOT.
J. It, 'ClUThd, ' Ailitlhilstrutor,
Notice I'lii- I'lStllctitlun. (
U. a Lsu prricu. La aiiASHE, 0"ecw
lull' 21th. ll'Aff
Notice is Imrfcby given that the Wlh!wJVy
named settler bus tiled UotIc6 of his nttU
tlon to mako (jtuil ymt In awnport of Mi
claim, and that said proof will be iindtf-bt
foro Uogistor and Receiver nt La arande
Oregon, on Sept. 12li., lSS.h, viz ;
au iiiiiiivi i.iv ...." .. ..-ri " ' , I Vfi
his continuous rosIdenc. upon, atid CulU
vntionot, s.Ald land, mx: JunlcS Weleli,
Wm, 1C1IU. l I '.Smith and Chailoa Atituo
..y. ll Of jSJftMBll .
.i, yr, hpiAmi
ALT WOttfc S'iWO'MiVi FW'
CLASS? . ClmrRca reasounble
Tlioinaa iniincr ( , ,
lid. No .1875. for the B4 BWK ,8ce. 21 SIS
siiuao Nu NKn see i"JToS Had uyvffl.
n ii,,. f.ill.iuliic. witnesses tn or
Main hint A Strcvt"