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Th Oregon Scout.
UNION. OREGON, HAT, JULY 17.: ISM.
The SCOUT lini n Mnch LnrRnr Clrcu
latlon than nny 1'npor In till Section
af tho Stntn, nnil In, therefore tho ltlJST
Thli Ik n Trno Nlnlrment, mid ivo
Ahnll notnllow It tr 1m quoiitlnncil by nny
other paper. AilrertlXTH will do null
to mlikc n nolo or this,
Phomisbnt Georgia farmers arc pre
paring to substitute Chinese for negro
labor on their plantations. Wc don't
know a great deal about the noble
colored man, but believe that the
prominent Georgia fanners will get
tho worst of it, by tho change.
Evkuy few days some unfortunate
polygainist is arrested at Salt Lake,
and tried, convicted and sentenced to
a term of imprisonment and fine, but
this only has tho effect of making them
more cautious in the practice of their
unlawful belief. At Salt Lake City
quite recently, ono polygamic de
clared hi? intention of "obeying the
laws of God, prison or no prison."
Tiie following from the San Fran-
I cisco Examiner, concerning Land
Commissioner Sparks, is tho senti
ment of every honest man in the na
tion, and it is to be regretted that wc
have not more olllcials like him: ' 'No
federal olllcor under this administra
tion has done more practical reform
work than Land Commissioner
Sparks, and no oiliccr has been so
roundly denounced for doing it. In
this denunciation (he scheming rascals
whom he has foiled have had the
assistance of a numerous company of
fools, and between them they man
aged to produce quite a voluino of
sound. The present silence indicates
Hint the fools and rascals arc tempora
rily under, and Commissioner Sparks
on top. All honest men hope ho will
manage to keep there."
0. W. BIGGEHS, JL P.
Physician and Surgeon,
Union, - Oregon,
Office on A Hreet. Itesidcncc, three door
soma 01 me conn nouc.
Special Attention (liven to Surgtcnl
Sensational preaching is not mod
ern at all, indeed, it is far from being
now what it war two centuries ago,
for it was then the rule in the dissent
ing pulpit in England. In 1C80 one
dlvlno advertised as his subject "A
fan to drivo away tho Hies of Satan, ' '
nnd another, who had quarrelled with
w parishioner named Hardy, an
nounced as his text, "There is no
fool like tho foolhardv. ' '
DuniNO tho last month 1010 passen
gers arrived in Portland by steamer
from San .Francisco. Of theso, G70
camo in tho cabin and !)78 in tho steer
age, During tho samo time o'-'O ilrst
cla8S passengers and 1018 Immigrants
passed Heron, on tho N, 1. road,
bound for Portland, nnd -lOG llrst-dass
nnd -100 immigrant passengers passed
Huntington on tho Oregon Short Line
for Oregon. The whole number of
urHvais for tho month wasJlj-18:). and
With 4,790 for Jlay, l,71t) for April,
4,889 for March, 1,873 for February,
und 1,797 for January, showing a
total of 21 ,575 for tho first sis months
of tho year.
Hum: is a characteristic item relat
ing to tho Mormon fraternity, from
tho Salt Lake- Tiibunor There is a
deal of commotion in tho wards espe
cially in families where tho polyga
mous bishops and heads of families
Iiayo packed their gripsacks with a
clean shirt and a bottlo of whiskev i
nnd skipped by tho light of tho moon
for the catacombs. Families arc
llglitingaiuong thomsolres, tho Ward
congregations aro in a snarl, tho
young bucks and heifers aro kicking
out of tho church traces; in short, all
tho indications aro present for a grand
upostaoy If only the Edmunds Tucker
bill passes to explode tho magaziuo.
Tm: Chiiteso have devised another
olsvor trick to break through the
barrier of tlm restriction acL It is to
MWcar when they got to this port that
thoy were born in this country, and
Woro taken back to China in Infancy,
Which clUeotunlly accounts for their
Ignorance of the language, customs
and geography of tho United States,
llirth on American soil, of course,
Jiliiccu them beyond tho operation of
tho restriction act. Tho other day a
Chinese woman was brought into tho
district court on a writ of habeas
corpus, and swore tint she was born
In San I'Vancisco, but went back to
China when sho was four years old.
O I - I ... " -
ono uucw no uioro or ims country anil
Iho English hinguayo than a South
African bushinlin, but nobody could
Woar that who was not born hero.
Si:natoii Doi.i'ii, in a speech last
wcck donying that ho was a tool of
corporations, said: "This word
'corporation' has the same effect on
some people that a red Hag has on a
bull, and they propose to fight it,
head down and tail up." Mr. Dolph
can very easily set back in his cush
ioned chair and sneer at tho thousands
of men and women along the line of
this grant who aro struggling to pay
the exorbitant prices for land in order
to enrich a railroad, whoso title to il
has lapsed years ago; but those people
arc not such fools a? to believe in
Senator Dolph's honesty or patriot
ism. He is feathering his nest at the
expense of tho welfare of the state he
is paid to represent Actions sneak
louder than words. Uunchgrass
Tin: La Grande Gazette man is a
genius, and no mistake, and can
sling together alliterative titles in a
most remarkable manner. Last wook
ho wrote up a very sensational article
on the IJcnnctt-Legoro affair witli the
hcadincs, "Cruel Crime Dill Ilen
uctt's Hall Buried IScucath liasc
Meanly." Of course wo aro envious
of a brother quill driver who can
sling words together liko that. The
alliteration is perfect, (ho thought
original to a remarkable degree, and
the ideas meant to bo convoved,
sparkling and lucid in the extreme
Tin: Smiths aro beaten again by the
Joneses. Chas. Jones, of Now York,
claims to have on his shoulders the
only head now in business that was
patted and blessed by Washington.
No Smith lifts a head scratched by the
rather ot his country.
BELL & TUTTLE.
Searchers of Records, Convey
ancers, Keal Jistate ana
Union, - - - - Oreron.
Returns promptly made on nil collection".
Having abstract of the rt'eordi la oar
olllcc, abstract of title prepared witli dis
patch, diaries moderate.
Til Hip flrpnlr nmlt-f of tlm Vt.it, wif lro.r,.,.
for Union county. .John R, ('rites, I'fain-
tilT, vs Cuxeic A. tntcs, Defendant.
To Oassic A. (.'rites, (lie above named dc-
in the name ot the Ntate of Oregon, you
are herehy required to appear nun answer
thccouiPlaint riled acamst von In the above
entitled .suit nnd in the above entitled court,
on or before the 2tli. day of (September,
loan, the Maine ncing uiour.it day ol a regu
lar term ol the above entitled court, com
mencing next after the expiration of six
wee km irom tneoate oi ine nr.tt. publication
oi mis summon.-!, ami u you tan .so to an
swer, for want thereof the plaintiff will ap
ply to ine court lor tno renei demanded in
he complain!, to wit: A decree disolving
the bonds of matrimony now existing be
tween planum ami deiendnnt, and lor gen
eral relief. You will further take notice
that this summons is published by order of
the Hon. M. L. Olmstcad, judge of the
above entitled court.
Made at Chambers, and dated this 10th.
day of .Mine. 1880 G. (,'. 1SRNAL.
jul.J7-wO, Atty. for I'lff.
SAUNDERS' NEW STORE.
Having rented the old stand formerly occupied by I. A. Boskowitz,
I have PERMANENTLY LOCATED and" opened up a-
New, Full and Complete Assortment of
its uuuin lino iiiPiiiiii
The BEST Washing
Machine in the World!
S. WAIT, PllOlMtlKTOK.
WaitBro's, Agents for Union county.
This machine Is without doubt the best in
existence, and giyes ENTIRE satisfaction
BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS, etc. etc.
BARGAINS IN MINERS OUTFITS,
New Goods arc Constantly Arriving, and all Departments of the Store
will be kept FULL and COMPLETE,
el Will NOT .BB UNBM,B,S
And invite cvcrylnly to conic and examine goods, learn prices and
judge for themselves. 1 BUY and SELL FOR CASH,
Jly motto is :
SMALL PROFITS and QUICK SALES.
REMEMBER THE NEW STORE.
-A.. Xj. STXLSTIDIEJIES, Proprietor,
S?-Machinesin stock at J. IS. EATON'.S
i'OKE. where they can be bought at uny
ne. TRY THK LAUNDRY 1UEEN.
& b b SiHk
Tn Mm rtfntitf f'rttirf nf Qinfn if (mtrrtt
for Union :ouuty. Laura Klgin, plaintilr,
vs .lueob ivigin, dciendant.
To Jacob Klgin, the above named defen
in the name of the .Site of Orccon. you
are hereby required to appear ami answer
the complaint tiled agaiiiNt you in the above
mm i ii'u Mini anu L'ouri, on or neioru I lie - I ill.
lay of .September, the mime being the
iir.t dav of a reculur term of the above en
titled court, commencing next after the ex
piration of six weekH from the date of the
.ii-Ht publication of this summons, and if
vou mil mo to answer, lor want inercoi ine
I'lalntill will apply to the court for the re
lief demanded in the complaint, to wits A
decree disolving the bonds of matrimony
now existing between plaintiff Und defen
dant, and awarding the care and custody
if the minor chid. Y los.iv I'.min to mam-
tiir, for general relief aiid'for costs and dis
bursi'iiients of tliis suit. You will further
take notice that this summons is nublished
by order of the lion. L. II. Json, judge of
me auove euimcu court.
.Made at Chambers, and dated this 13th.
day of July, 1SS0
JOHN It. CltlTKS,
jul.l7-w(). Atty. forl'lll".
mum I irr
WEAK, NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED
rj h i ca i ' i j vi
The great restorative and tonic,
especially prepared for men.
Voungand niiddle-agcd, who have, by their indiscretions or exeessiveindulgence, brought
upon themselves nervous prostration, debility, nervousaiid nlivsical weakness, produeinu
some of tlie following ed'ects ! Nervousness, Debility. Dimness of sight, Defective Mom
ory, rnnpies on the Knee, Aversion to Society, Want of Amlntion, .Melancholy, Dyspep
sia. DlIHousniess. Loss of Power. I'ains in the Hack. etc.. etc. : for all such derangements
a permanent cure is guaranteed by the Use of Tamaii Tkeatmknt.
Tamnr Treat ment lniicrlui,t by the T.emlliif; l'liyslclatif, Head "Wlnlt TlicySayi
Dealer In Kvery Variety of
.St, Lonis, Mo., Feb. 10, 18S0.
"For more than three years 1 have used
Tamau Thkatmknt with the best results. I
recall now several cases of seminal weakness
and debility witli all its evil consequences
I have treated during the past year, which
have been cured by the use of the Ti:i;at-
mknt. und several of these cases were m tlie
last stages, The composition of tlie differ
ent medicines contained in tlie Tkcatm ijnt
indicate, and its cflects prove it to be a spc-
eilie restorative of nerve and sexual power.
You arc at liberty to ti"e my letter in any
way that willcontrlbute to your pleasure or
pnilit. There are so nianv nearly worthless
proprietary medicines of this kind on the
market (and every day is adding to their
number) that when one is found to bo re
ally valuable T think it the duty of the pro
fession to make it ki.own.
J.Z. HALL, M. D."
017 "Walnut St., St. Louis. Mo.
Tam.yk Tukatmkxt is jirescjilipil daily for
all forms of nervous debility in both sexes
as well as for cheeking the iinnrtttiral secret
losses which cause m much loss of vitality.
The medicines are prompt in action, and
permanently restore those weakened by ear
ly indiscretion, excesses or overwork of the
lirain. A number of physicians have dis
carded all the hypophosphites, Damiaua
phosphorus formulas and invariably pre
scribe Tvmai: TiiKATMnsT with the best results.
TamAk Theat.mbxt is composed of mcdi-
! . . .". 4 1 11
cuius jiiusi urcL'iiuie n inu uisiu iinu nvu
tolerated by the (doluaeh.
I'tnii.io Oi'iSioN, tho Wasbington
paper made up of editorial clippings
from all American newspapers, is
beginning to commend itself to con
gressmen as offering a means of de
torminkig lioy tho cat will jump.
e now have on hand a large assortment
of FRUIT TAIILUTS, which are acknowl
edged to be the purest and healthiest con-
leetiouery in the world.
TAMAR TWKATMKN'r is sold on its merits. Each package contains all medicines
necessary for over one month s treatment, with mil and complete instructions now to ex
ercise, diet, bathe, etc.; price, tamau 'l ukatmcnt. perpaeKago I'.uu; three packages ...lu;
sent prepaid ambsecitrely sealed on receipt oi price.
TAMAK TKFATMKNT having been used so successfully in private practice and in
the hospitals of St. I.ouis for the past fifteen years, ami knowing, as we do, its wonderrul
curative elleets, we will givo the following guarantee: Witli each order for 8 packages
(Jl month's treatment), enclosing $.").. we will send our written guarantee to reiund tne
money if the 1 hkatmcnt does not eiicct a cure. 1 ai Kages sent i . u. u. on receipt oi .1,
as security against loss. send money
ter, at our risk, Address: Y
Mipr ket Stsi, St. Louis, Mo.
Iiil luui. 1. . uui . ill. nti.. fiviii .. , .y. uii ii.vviH ifi .,"1,
money bv exiiress, I'. O. Money Order, or registered let
L. IlLAlvH A CO.. Sole Proprietors, S. V. Cor. (Itli. and
Particular attention is invited to my line of
F1NH FLY HOOKS, and FISHINO POLKS
Inch are m great variety and very
reasonable in prices.
Sliort Horn Cattle
As It Is nl'eosary to makcsoius etiauge In
my buslnchs, I will sell a very lino one-vear-old
Sliort Horn Dull, ami twenty-live 'head
of Cows, Heifers and Calves.
My cattle are all Thoroughbred Register
ed Slmrt-liorns, of the best strain of blood,
f have the best herd of .short-horns in the
state, ami thlr Is the hot opportunity evei
offered to persons wMilng to Improve their
cattle, as tln;v e:ni buy belter cat lie for lcs
money, of me, than from any Importer.
will sell ilv herd without reserve. Time
given If desired. 1 iilut sell, so come ami
see my ftoek, or itddniss nm at Union, Or.
Jnl.lMf. O. IMiOODALL,
Botwcon Union and Cornucopia.
It, .1. Yixcrvl', Proprleton
In addition to the abovd we carry In stock
nearly every article usually kept In a first
class drug store, including
KEY AVE ST CLO-AltS, 13 1-
Jfain Street, Union, Oregon,
Has just Received an liniiicnso Stock of Now Goods, which ho will toll at a
Please compare the following prices with those of other stores in the county:
ik M or hf
MULHOLLAN, KNOX & CO.,
12G First St., PORTLAND, OR.
No charges for filling orders.
SEND FOR CIRCULAR. SW
Farm For Sale. 'S
Thu retiring linker county oillciulR
Jmvo mado a lluaiicial ntatomeut wblcl
Is publinbod In tho county newspapers,
giving a full and coinprelieiiHivo ac
tiount of all inonoyn received, and
toti ltoinircd Miitouiout of all tlxputull
litres during ttieir torui of olllcd, The
amount paid to carry on tho county
government (luring tho term was
107,lfti.)l, Tho couiuy indeblod
Jioss is ?S5,717i62. which after de
ducting tl, 157. l'J in tho hands of tho
trt!ii8urtr nnd Jill, Ml, 17 dellmpiont
txofl loaves S17,DG0,'JH. Wliilo the
Kondhion ot thu cottilty is In anything
but a nourishing condition, and fifty
m cent worso tlnui that of Union
ovunty, it h no doubt a aoiiico of
Jft-fttificution to tho people of that
Urtty, to Jmvtf tills document laid
before them bo that they ran eoo fpr
theniMlvc9 wltiit their ofllclala have
lxteu dointf ( and if any errors in man
Mjfiiwiit osl$t, tho eaitio may bo
JtHun'u rtnd tho prbpoi' icniedlcs np
plkdi It is a duty that every ollklal
WC to the peopld, (o niaho a full
Miietmittt of his olllclal actions upon
vNtidittf fi'ou 6ice. Whether ilii
hi lHMin doH'br odr rtt-enl Union
mty oWl 1 v Mny of llieir
muo uhi itwtimtioit w tno itt ui
.lack. Vlncdit litis ptit on a Mtaro 1 1 nr he.
tween tills elt) und Coriluep.a, over the
new Pine creek road, und will make regular
trips, leaving Union Mondays, Wednodavx
ami l'rldays at 'I a, tiu, letutnliis on Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturday!.
l'mil'-liorn Concoril (lonely.
StiiL'cs stoiiat Park. YVrlirht's Hot Siilnlnii'
Hp ill ics. ISallll Creek .Meadowy. llntriMn. l'n.
'addy'n I'arndlce, lin
alley and Cornucopia.
The enllro trip will be Imnle In day time,
r.vorjliody Hides With ",luU."
Contalnliitr M0 acres of coed lamb situ
ated one uuarter of a mile Last of .Summer-
vllle, all under fence. There Is an ordinary
dwelling house on It and a coed barn and
outhulldluxs. It has a irood well, and Is
addltloiinlly supplied w Itli water by a tit renin
which now lurouifii in Aiiout oiie-ii:tit or
the laud 14 under cultivation. Will sell It for
$ i (. per acre.
which will include the followlmr fariu Im
plement: One moweri 1 rake, a breaking
plows, 1 harrou, 1 roller, I hccoml hand
waon ami harness, one-half Interest la one
header, 10,000 rtdN, -'I'.OO-) chhiKles, tons
of hay, and otlnr things too niimeroUs to
meutum. A ;oeittltle will beelun. It Is a
F r furl her infoiiiatl n call at this ctllee.
Hay Forks . .
., Alrtnuro lorks
Fork, Itake, and IIoehamlIw
. f 1.00.
Single trees, Ironed
Neck .Yokes ,,
The Finest Assortment of
In the County.
AND AT LOWEST TRICES.
. . aoe.
PAT. OVAL CHURNS, THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
Guns, Revolvers, and Amtmition
Farm For Sale!
Situated about one mile from iNorth
Powder, containing 100 acres. Good
bouse, barn and other outbuildings.
Enquire of J. W. ICIMIiRELL,
Wll.inski Hro. it Co. and Oregon Furni
ture -Manufacturing Co.
Dan. F. Moore ct al.
Under ami by virtue of an order of calo
and decree of foreclosure inned out of tho
Circuit court of the State of Oregon, in and
for Union county, on the 27th. day of Feb
ruary, LS8(, in the above entitled action,
wherein Marx Wilzinski, Albert AVilzinski,
It. J. Stdcmau,and A.J. Lacbinan, partneri
doing business under the firm name of
Wilzinski Bros, .t Co. and the Oregon Fur
niture Manufacturing Company, the above
named plaintill's obtained a judgement and
decree against Han. F. Moore and Fmma
ret R. Moore his wife, defendants, recorded
in judgement book , of said court, on
page ; I am commanded to sell all that.
certain lot, piece or parcel of land situated
in the county of Union. .State of Oregon,
and bounded and described as follows, to
wit : Twenty-three (23) feet ofi'of the south
side of lot number Three (3) in block num
ber One( 1), in the town of West Union, Un
ion county, Oregon, according to the plat
of said town ; also, that certain piece, lot or
parcel of land, bounded and described as
follows, to wit : Beginning at a point 20SK
feet west of the north-west comer of block
No. Six ((!), Hannah addition to the said
town of West Union, accordinc to the plat
of said town, thence west -100 feet, thence
south -U0 feet, thence West 200 feet, thence
south 110 feet, thence east COO feet, thence
north Ht-0 feet to the place of beginning, alt
so in the said county of Union, State of
Oregon. Notice is fterebv given that on
Monday the 1Mb. day of .'July, 1HS0, at 10
o'clock; A. M. of that dav, at the court
house door in the town of Union, county
of Union, State of Oregon, I will, in obedi
ance to said order of sale and decree of fore
closure, sell all of the said Dan. F, Moore's
and ICmmarct It Moore's right, title and
.interest in said premises above described,
or so much thereof as may be necessary t"
satisfy plaintiff judgment, for the stiin of
If l.-t.'lo.xii, witli interest thereon, less the
sum of $2,12.s.75, endorsed on said order of
sale, to the liighestand best bidder, for cash.
Union, Oregon, June 12th., 188(1.,
A. L. SAUNDERS,
Sheriff of Union County. Oregon.
NOTICE FOll PUBLICATION.
Lvxn OrncK at L.v dtAxni:, Or.EOox.)
July :t, 188G. )
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of her inten
tion to make dual proof in support of her
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore Register and Receiver at La Grande,
Oregon, on Aug. 20, lSSC, viz:
Anianil.i Jnno I.oyd,
lid. No. 2.V.2, for the WW SK and K4 SW
Sec. U Tp, ilSouth It 40 KWM. She namtH
the following witnesses to prove her con
tinuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz: 0. 1 Barnes, II. L. Daugh
erty. Randall Robinson, and John Mur
phy, all of Cove, Oregon.
NOTICE FOll PUBLICATION.
Land Okkici: at La Gkaxhk, Oimriox, I
June l), 1SS0. j
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of bis inten
Hon to make tinal proof In support of hli
claim, and that said proof will be mado be
fore Register and Receiver at La Grande,
Oregon, on July 20, 1SSH, viz:
Hd. No, 2.0. for the SW NK NW ST-3 NJ
SWand NW Sec. 2 Township I! South It 41
i.u'-r tr. .!, fn...i....
llll.Ul llli ll.lllll - I1IU JllllMllll IIIIUSU
to prove his coiihiiuoln residence upon, nnil
eultiation of, said land, viz : Joseph Van
dervanter, John A'anorddr, Richard Southj
and Abram Vandervantcr, all of Union) Ol',
NOTICE FOll PUBLICATION.
Land Okkich at
e !), 18S0.
Notice Is hereby given that the following'
named settler has tiled notice of his lliteii'
liroof in support of
eiaim, mm mat mihi prooi win he made
it La GiiuuWi
tibn to lmike luud
fore RegLter nnd Receiver
Oregon, on Julj20, 18S(J, viz:
Hd. No, IRtS, for the SK 1-4 See 84 Tin fi
R. 41 KWM. He names the following wit
nesses to prove his Continuous residence'
upon, and cultivation of. said land. vii
Joseph Vandevanter, John Vauordor, Rich'
ai'd M. South, and Samuel South, allot Un
NOTICE FOll PUBLICATION,
Tlilnl year hrghu Sptmlier 2nd., IHKd.
For prospect Us giving full lufpruiutlon, ml'
IrcM, RI1V7 W. It. I'OWKLL,
Second yoaf l)ealils SephtmlKr 2ml., lfcSO.
l'or pJiftpoetlM, itildiiwSi
1M. W IU roWMLL,
NJV FlVl-j dlNT 0UiA
Vuf jal? by JdllcS litdMi oleilRcnU I'll-
fill Pay M
tl USE le lisi is Ms,
KOH THE 11EASON THAT-
m mm Mmu PM J" ri lg JB
llKml 1J Tllk U'OKI.O UnCflOk
IU wrUrlnit )UMllti uti unurUM4, Kciually
Sirt; MKT TIIK (1KNII1N1M
, . Him BAIJ5 HV
Vlm kui Wu.UIHl!lou T.r. MtftMftM.
Has a Mammoth Stock of Dry
itnd Euds froni Bundtivit
Nefpst ai Bsst (Ms
ifl tie Met
Wool, Sid4 3Mu Ghiiii Bought tea MA
Lxso Oi'kicb at hs GrumE,Oi:nfiofy 1.
Jitno t). 18S5. I
Notice Is herobv slven thlit tho,followlug
named settler has tiled notice of his iutcti
tion to mitke final proof In support of hi,
clal-ii, and that Miid'proof will bo made be
fore ReUter and Receiver ft La GruudCj
Oregon, on July fiu, 188(1, vizi
ltliluiril 31, .South,
Hd. No. (inS, fof tile W 1-2 NW !j tiBfl
K 1-2 NK See. 8 Tp. 0 Soilth It. It KW&'
He nanii s the following witnesses lo provd
his eontiuiioiis residence upon, and cultiv,1
Hon ofj bnld Wnd viz: A, Vandovaatbii
Joeph Vanduvimter, John -Vanorder, iitid
Siuauel South, all of UnlouOrefcotn
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION.
laxn OrWcK at IaGitANnH, OitKnbir, I
. June 8, lfeqii
Notice U hereby ghen that the following
named settler has tiled notice' of his Hitop"
tion to lhakotlnal proof la snpilort Wthh
chilin, and that ald proof will bp ntadb U
foro RegNtcr and Reeelvcr ilt lin Ufalldi
Oregon, on July IT, 1880, viz:
Hd. Krt. 2.-lS, forthe S 1-2 SKaitii S l-'J BV
See. 1 Tl. 8 South R, It) KWM. He imiUM
tho following wltneiiseii to prove his Eon
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