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UNION. (MIKdOV. SAT, XF.H. 10. 1M7.
L:i Grande is to have a bank.
Choice garden ami llowor seeds at
Bom. In this rity, Fi b. 10th, to tho.
wife of A. J. Kibbo, a sou.
Tho Union Milling Company aro
paying- liO etc. per bushel lor wheat.
Tho Nellie Boyd theatrical company
will probably visit us again thin Hum
mer. Kane's Illustrated Went for Janua
ry has been received at this office. It
is an excellent journal.
The new oflicors for Wallowa coun
ty have not yet been appointed, ho far
ns we have been able to learn.
The bill creating the county of Mal
heur from Baker has passed. The tem
porary county neat will be at Vail.
A full line of Cuticura remedies, Ol
ive tar and Shiloh's medicines received
ut the Cove drug .store this week.
Bead Drake's new ad. in this isrue.
He oilers some good bargains which
you would do well to take advantage of.
All those who are owing me are re
queued to come in and settle. a t once.
I need the money and must have it.
The Tom Paine mine in the Poca
hontas district has produced $.'1000 du
ring the past three weeks, which was
taken out with hand mortars.
Circuit court convenes next Monday.
As there are but very few criminal cas
es to bo tried the docket will doubtless
be pretty well cleared this term.
Dr. Biggers returned this week from
his pilgrimage to the Kast. Wo are
not informed as to whether he will re
nume practice m this city or not.
The Island City Mining and Milling
Co. has been incorporated by Chas.
Goodnough, C. B. Keiser and W. If.
Anderson. Capital stock $75,000.
All thoso indebted to me are reques
ted to settle at once, or their accounts
will be placed in the hands of an at
torney for collection. Jos. Wright.
Tho West Shore for January comes
in a new form, and shows, many points
of improvement. It is a progressive
magazine and should be liberally pat
ronized. (iood meals and board can be pro
cured at prices to suit the times at the
Union City Hotel opposite the court
house, kept by L. J. Boothe. Sec his
There was a large snow slide this
week from the foot hills the other side
of the Hot lake. It covers the road a
considorable distance to the depth of
from six to eight feet.
It is reported that Hank Vaughn
has been placed under nrreut at Pen
dleton for passing eountertit money.
Hank's friends deny the allegation and
say he is not that kind of a "hair pin."
From this date until the 10th of
March I will make a great reduction
in the price of all kinds of millinery
goods, while hoisery, undorware, etc.
will l)e sold for less than cost. Mas.
Marion Davis of this city ha en
tered into a partnership with Mr. Beale,
of La Grande, in tho marble business.
They are both excellent young men
and no doubt will build up a flourish
ing business. We wish them success.
Mr. V. II. Almy, of Island City has
a number of Peicheron-Norman Ftull
ions for sale. Bead his ad. in another
column, and description of the ani
mals. Those desiroiis of purchasing
should call on or address Mr' Almy at
The bill for reappertionlng the sen
atorial and representative districts of
the state, after considerable discussion
passed both houses of the legislature.
Union county is to have a joint sena
tor with Linatilla and another with
'Wallowa. It is to have two represen
tatives and Wallowa one.
As Jo. and Duck Flcklin were dri
fting up the street in a sleigh on Thurs
day last tlie horses became frightened
and startud to run. The sleigh upset
and spilled the boVs out and the hors
ts made oil like u streak of lightning.
Luckily no damage was done With the
exception of a demolished sleigh.
A series of religious meeting? have
been held this Week, by brother Hayes,
ut the Gravel school house' It Heeds
great physical as well as religious fer
vor to induce the denizens of that part
of the valley to leave their stoves and
sally forth to hear the gospel "While
the stormy Winds do blow-oW-oW."
As to the movements of cheep men,
we learn that Chas. MeClure, of ljadd
canyon, has inoVuil his sheep to the
McDonald place beyond Island City.
Allen and Miens haVo pulled out to
ward Catherine creek, Dave. Johnson
has came down to the Dobbins place,
and several other flank movements
Will take place if the hard weather con
tinues much longer.
Last Saturday as Abe Braniboughi
of tho Park was handling his gun, and
jvhllo he had his hand oVer Hi-' milizle,
it Was accidently discharged, tho ball
passing through hin luitld altd lacera
ting it ihii terrible manner. He Was
brought to this uitV and had his hand
drmed by doctors Cromwell and Door
lug, who will probably bo ablo to Have it.
Thc; fiitinel says that, "Five thou
jaud dollars additional on the Pine
Creek wagon mail Would make it a
very good sUmirk-r thoroughfare, but
would not be btiulcictit to make it pass
able during tho pullet." AVonder nhv
tho fellow didn't tell a big one while
he was ut it, and tay tho road could
not bo irfade payable in the summer
tune either.- Kvidoutly if his itd,es
could intUieneu tho matter tucli would
In) the cuoci
February 18, 18S7.
M. W. Mitchell sold 200 bushels of
barley, Thursday, at prices ranging
from 75 to 00 cent per hundred.
Barley is nearley all sold in this vicin
ity and the demand is good.
At tho skating carnival, Monday
night, C. G. Olson was awarded an oil
painting as the best gentleman skater,
and Miss Lena Grossman a similar
present as the best lady skater.
Horn. To the wife of Win. Shoe
maker, on the 1 1th. int., a daughter.
Billie if the happiest young man in
the valley and says no man's life can
be complete without having a daugh
ter to his credit.
Mrs. Aaron Thomas, while practic
ing on roller skates one day last week,
received a severe fall, breaking one
bone of tho arm near the writ. It
was set by Dr. Thomas and the lady
is now able to be around.
The Cove riflemen will go to High
Valley, to-morrow, to shoot the second
match with the crack shots of that
elassie region, 200 yards oft' hand.
The boys have been practicing during
the week and arc hopeful of again
vanquishing their skilled neighbors.
As you send (valentines) so will you
receive. S. When Covn gallants
send valentines abroad they affix a
special delivery stamp. A. Who
sent that "Free. Lunch Fiend" to me?
M. And who had the audacity to
send me a "Love sick" valentine? B.
The Cove poet favored all his many
friends with an original valentine.
If 1 get beat in High Valley, Saturday,
providing some native of that place
will trade me a farm for my blacksmith
shop, I will never be seen in Cove
again. A. I told you so. O. P. J.
The punkin slingers will capture the
spoil, Saturday, and don't you forget
it. 12. O. II. Stan awav chile. 1
made -12, Thursday. W. M.
La Grande Laconics.
Our council has made no provision
The county seat question is not very
Three persons wereimmcrscd in the
new font in the Baptist church last
Travelers from the "feast say La
Grande is the first place where provis
ions are plentiful after leaving Omaha.
Jack Dillon the old stage driver is
able to be about our streets, though
quite lame. He declines to be a coun
Stultz has changed the name of his
hotel, having grown tired of "Here is
rest for the Weary." It now has the
plain name, "La Grando House."
Mr. Anson who went to California
last fall for his health, has returned
still in poor health, but thinking this
climate more favorable than that for
Tho snow plow has been in con
stant use during the windy weather of
the past week, having to clear the
track either cast or west and some
times having to go both wavs in one
"Ho who dances must pay the fid
dler." It was quite entertaining to
see Martin anil some of the other "can
didates" carrying water to fill the font
at the Baptist church, just before im
mersion. On last Saturday while Mr Mulholl
an, of Lndd canyon, was untieing his
team on Main street, they got away
from and ran over him, not Injuring
him very severely, but scattering his
load of butter at a lively rate.
Last Saturday evening there Was a
verv pleasant entertainment at Glover's
hall, called a Valentine party. At the
door each one paid 25 cents alul was
presented with what was supposed an
appropriate valentine. Within was a
Gipsy camp, where fortunes Were told
and dimes "coined." About $20 was
added to the fund for purchasing a
bell for the Presbyterian church.
We came near having a wedding in
the new town last wock. Tho day was
set and the parson notified, btlt when
tho time came, the fair lady grew sick,
so the ceremony must be postponed,
but getting better again, the would-be
groom made another trip up the hill to
the parsonage, so the preacher started
for the house of the bride, but just be
fore he got to the hoilsc he Was met
by some of the family, saying the poor
girl Was so sick the wedding must be
given up. Ho we aro left without a
Handlers inform Us that stock can
not bo said to be wintering in good
shape. The wet muddy weather at
the commencement of the Winter
brought them into poor condition at
tho very oillset. They say if tills saow
lays oil u couple of Weeks longer those
who have hay for sale may realize big
priced. It is tioW selling at this end
of the valley at from .f 8 to ?l0 per ton,
and scarce at that. Those who Wish
to buy in quantities Will haVo to go to
the Covo or toward Sumnicrville.
The Saloin Statesman says that an
editor of a country exchange lives in a
house located between a Methodist
church and a dance hall. One iliglit
last Week there was a irteetlng at the
church and a dance at the hall. It
being quite comfortable out of doors
the editor sat tin the Veranda and took
in the sltrfatloU. Let Us prayall sa
lute we beseech thee to join hands
autl draw noarcirclo to the left lis
ten to us--first forward add backas
we all nromedade kneel before thee
and balance all present our notltion
-crand ritrht artd leftfor Christ's
I ....i.. . ............... rm...
SaKt 'evut yuui jmiuicir. i uu i;unu
was more tffim saddened ut the degn
datlon of tho Village and Went off and
joined a base ball club in Ur'der to be
Catnn, M D,. purgwrn ami hatdoo-
February lrt, 1S87.
Weather very cold and stormy.
Hay is rather scarce in the valley.
Mr. llughey Lynch had the misfor
tune to lose one of his choice milch
Tomlinon t Brooks lost SO head of
sheep in a snow drift near J. K. Vow
ell's. The freight train was thrown from
the track while switching and several
cars were damaged, on last Thursday.
Mr. J. Hinl-ley has been very sick
for the past two weeks but at present
Mrs. Alice Mitchell and her little
daughter Nellie are expected homo in
a short time.
Miss Civilla Shoemaker is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Flora Lynch. Civilla
has been engaged in dressmaking for
some time past at Island City.
Health as good as Usual with I he ex
ception of bad cold.
Plenty of snow In tho valley, so
most of'thc young folk-, are having a
general good time sleigh riding.
Mr. Hich of Five Mile creek, (for
merly of Union) is al tho residence of
.1. B'. Fewell. He has bought hay for
feeding his entile and horses.
There is onlv two more weeks of
Mr. A. W. Paiker's school. Most of
his pupils are very sorry indeed, for
they think he is a splendid teacher.
Tho literary Is still on the boom.
Wo have a very enjoyable time at ev
ery meeting. 'The question for next
evening is, Unsolved: That cattle arc
more beneficial to mankind than hors
es. We. have a splendid paper. The
name of it is "The Hunter.
Sam Williamson is expected in
valley in a few days to see to his
tie. ' He has a baud of something
one hundred and fifty head, which Mr.
K. Young is feeding, lie ha pur
chased a large amount of hay and is
wanting more. Daisy.
The people generally enjoying good
health with the exception ot a few
complaining of bad colds.
Tho weather is somewhat colder,
light snows and about two and a half
feet deep. Stock on the range doing
well, but several In the valley who
kept up their teams have, met with se
vere losses, supposed to be on account
of feeding hay with considerable fern
mixed in it. Mr. It. I). Ilinkly has
lost both of his work horses and his
young stock is ailimr.
Concerning the subject of division
and annexation, xw. will say that if
the Wallowa is sot off, then wo want
to get Big creek , Houth Powder, Ka
gle and Pine valleys set off into a
county by itself, as there will be pop
ulation to support it, Establish our
county scat near tho bridge on Kagle
and it would be. accessible at all times
of the year, and what do wo want to
go G;i miles to Baker City tor and pay
our share of Union county's indebt
edness and nearly double the taxes
we now have to pay, especially when
they say there is no lodes, no ore, and
that Cornucopia is abandoned, while
they buttonhole capitalists that arrive,
audsayi "Here wo have the mines.
Baker City is right in the center ol
them,'' and take them out four or five
miles and show them a faint streak ot
decomposed slate and rottoil lime and
sell to them for a few hundred dollars.
What, treatment could we expect if we
were attached to Baker for judicial
purposes? We do not wish to create
a boom, "We have the lodes and ore
and have sense enough to know it.
We are not on the sell or speculate,
but arc willing to bide onr time and
wait. We now have most of our
freight shipped via Baker, hut it will
notalwnys be so. The Colorado Com
pany who owned a few claims on
Granite lfave succeeded in negotiating
for 10 more at the moderate figures ot
$185, 000 and have shipped two hun
dred tons of freight and machinery
from Denver, Colorado, Mr. Torey
has returned alld purchased anil
shipped the machinery to complete his
mill. Mr, Joseph Luce, superinten
dent of the "Whitman'' has purchas
ed the machinery for his mill, and
they all unite In caving that the inot
refractory of the ore can bo worked at
from $ 4. 00 to $7 per ton. There is.
I understand, several more mills con
tracted for it ml will be put In during
tho spring and stltntuer. We will cer
tainly have a railroad, either from
Huntington or Boise City, direct to
Brown's ferry, thence to' Cornucopia
and then nrotultl the mountain strik
ing the heads of Eagle, llogetn, Big
creek and Union, giving iln outlet each
way. This, Baker Cltv knows, and
is afraid of It. Thu route is nil easv
grade, They would probublv have
to snowahdd considerable, hut what
is that when there U plenty of wood
and the Ilnct nihility of saw timber?
So let us all bide ottr time and have a
county of our own,
Propuf Triidtineht Tor Cougtm.
Tlmt tho rendering fully Understand what
constitutes itgood '!otjgh and hung Hyrup,
wo will say that Tnf and Wild Cherry U thu
of the ui:nt remedies yt discovered.
TlH-sc IllKrcdlonlH Willi several others rritiully
;is elUcudollft, enter largely into Ur. Iluan
koV Couh Unci LiniK .Syrup, tluu iiiuKlrar It
one of the most reliable now on tho itlarKrt.
Price, 50 renin and $IM. Kailiiiles free, told
by Jt T Wright, Union, OrKgaih
Curo for I'llm.
Pllrs nro frequently preceded by a sense
of weight Iti the bdt!k, lulus and lowdr put
of tllu abdomen, caUMng tlld patient to sup
post lie hik .Mttio affection of tho kidney or
iiehdilxii hig drgaiiM At Utile, nynliUotiM of
Indlgt'stloil ard prcscM, flatulency, llnea'v
iicm of the Mutiiach, etc. A nioUtiirc like
perspiration, prodtft'iilK .1 very dUast'eeablo
Itching after vetting wafirf, a lfdininon
attendant' Illllii, Bleeding) iltld Itcllliig
Pilt's yield rft oueo to Ule application of lir,
UnBdnkoj Pile ltethcily, which acts directly
upon tho purls crtetted, dbflorblnrf the
Tilinorj nlfavlng tho InttW.k ItohhiB, ilnd
eflcUlrtir pehhantht cure. Price, 60 teatst
Addh'. The Dr. llotaiiko Medlcliio Cum
ltfilyi Fil!la Oi hbld br m Ti Wright,
A SLKKltUNO tNCUIKNT.
Island City. Fob. Mth. I&s7.
Oh, don't bo staring at us
As c go pain by
With ur sleigh of many colors,
Like the rainbow In the sky.
Wo -cik an hours' enjoyment
On this pleasant winters day
UK's mo. tln is pleasant
Hiding in a sleigh.
"More room," a ranehor wishes,
As we pass him on the grade.
With such a 1hU1 protector
I'd ne'er own to be afraid.
"Lookout! my dearest Richard,
You'll upset in the slough."
"Hold on to mo, my dearest lassie,
And I'll hold on to") on."
In a gutter is a cutter
That is wrong side up with care,
A struggle and a llutter,
As the' horse kicks in the air.
A handsome couple covered up,
A lass ami Master Dick.
For a very short acquaintance
They wore getting pretty thick.
"Oh. Master Dick, we ro In a 6x
What will wc do I wonder!
How up your back and lift tho sleigh
And I'll crawl out from under."
The wreck was quickly righted.
So ends my story true.
With the x'loigh of many colors
Thev dh-appoarcd from view.
Powder Jtiver Pebbles.
The infant child of Joe Dolby, is se
Hay is selling readily in the Park
for !fS per ton.
Geo. Barnes has returned to his
home in the Cove.
The literary and debating society of
Big creek is nourishing.
W. T. Martin, of the Park, butch
ered his hogs during the week.
Dr. Cromwell was recently called to
attend a child of Justus Wright's.
Stock on the Illg creek and Powder
river ranges are in a sutlering condi
tion. The Big creek school has a two
week's vacation, on account of the
teacher being ill.
Lyman Wright Will drive his horses
to Grande Hondo valley, where he can
pincliase hay, for the balance of the
The Emole Ditch Company are pro
gressing nicely with their work. They
will put on a full force of men by the
20th of Hie month, and complete their
ditch by the first of May.
:ti';il Hoots ami SIIiips.
I.adie.- French kid bhoes, f.'S.fiO; mens'
boutti, $2 "."; mens' two-buckle shoes, fl.'.Ti
at Vincent's, lie is closing out his goods
regardless of cost before getting in bis
-pring .stock. Everything else at similar
priofs. Now is the time to get bargains.
A Itelliiblo Arlieln.
For enterprise, push anil .1 desire to get
Mich goods as will give tlio trade satisfaction,
,1. T. Wright, the druggist, leads all compe
tition, lie .ells Dr. Uosanko's Collgli and
Lung Syl'ni), because its the best mcdiciim
on i no niarKct ror congas, coins, croup n
primary consumption. Price M) cents n
Ti.tv samples iree.
In delicate health, and all who suflcr
(nun habitual constipation, will tlnd the
pleasant L'alilloruia liquid fruit remedy,
Syrup of Figs, more easily taken, and more
hcneiieial in eireet than any other remedy,
it acts promptly yet gently on the itowel's.
Kidneys, LiVer and Stomach, and does not
sicken or debilitate. For side by all drug
gists. Knell, lleithll & Woodunl wholesale
agents, Portland, Or.
Syrup of rigs.
Manufactured only by the California Fig
'yrup Co., Kan Francisco, Oal., is Nature's
Own True Laxative. This pleasant C'aliior
nia liquid fruit remedy may bo had of all
druggists, lit fifty ecilts or one dollar. It is
the most pleasiiut, prompt, and etl'ective
remedy known to Cleilllse the system; to act
on the" Livt'ri Kidneys, and HoWels gently
yet thoroughly; to dispel HeadtiOhe.s, Colds,
and Fevers) to cure I uusumptiou, Indiges
tion, and kindred ills.
You arc feeling depressed, yotlr appetite
Is poor, ydll aid bothered with Headache,
you are llgcttvi nervous, ami generally nut
of sorts, aild want to luucu upi Uraee Up,
but not with Klllilulunts, spring medicines,
or bitters, which have for their basis verv
heap, bad Whiskey, aild whlell .stimulate
you for an lionr, mid then ledio yoll hi
worse eontlltirln than before. What you
want Is an alternative that will purify your
blood, start healthy action of Liver and
Kidneys, rostoro your vitality, rind give re
newed health And t-trengtlli Such a medi
cine you will (hill in Kleetric Hitters, and
only .",0 cents a hot tie ut Ji T, Wright's drug
store, Union, Orrgmii
1 ndcpcndcncc, Uregon.
Both myself and wife have been for sonic
years afllictcd with disease of the Kidneys,
and had tried many remedies without ob
taining any permanent relief. About three
mouths ago we were induced to try a pack
age of the Oiuccoft Kiukkv TKa, which has
apparently entirely tired both of Us, as
since taking it two weeks wo have felt no
symptoms of the disease. We can heartily
recommend It to others Similarly atllieted,
as wc believe it will do all that Is claimed
for it, M. L. WIUTH.
Our ninth annual clearance sale of Dry
and Fancy (loods and dent's Furnishing
goods Will ciiinmcnCe on Wednesday, Jan
uary Mil, 1HH7. and continue twonty-tjight
davs. Our lONTI It 15 stock, withliut reserve
will lie ofl'i-red AT CUHT. We hhall endea
vor to make this sale, If possible, more in
tercstills to our patrolls thdn otir KIOIIT
former n n II uu I sales,' which liltvc bccUme
household wdrds ami known to a multi
tude of people, Karly Orders solicited.
160 First Street, Portland, Oregon.
Tho deduction of internal revenue Had tho
taking ofl Of reVenuo stamps from Proprie
tary Medicines, tin doubt has largely bene-
llted the consumers, us well an relieving tho
burden til home uianufacturUrH. Kapeiully
I this the case with Oretri'a Augllst Flower
ami iiosriicc biiormaii nyiupi as uic reduc
tion Of lllirtv.nl I'i'Mts our dor.cn. bus been
added to Increase the sifc of the bottles
coiitKinilij these remedies, tltCrelli- giving
ouc-llfth more medicine iii the 76 cent she:
The AUgust Flower for Dyspepsin alld Llv
ir complaint, and the Ocrmuil riyrun for
I f-ileh alld LUdg troubles, liuve pcrila;),
the 'Urges! bule Of any ttiediciur. In (he
wOrld. Tlic iwjTnntagu of Incrcuncd sIeo of
the bottles will be greatly lipnrcchdcd by
the !ci alld uQllctetl, in ctcry town and
village In clHIUed cOuutriel, Hample lots
Ilea frr U ciiti reitaw the mint elrtfi
J. J. Atkins, ( hlrf of Police, Knoxillle,
Tfiin,, writes: "My family and I arc bene
ficiaries of your mst excellent medicine,
Dr. King's Now Discovery for consumption j
having found it to be all'that you claim for
It, dt siro to testify to its irtuo. My friends
to whom I hao recommended It, praise it at
every opportunity." Dr. Klns's New Dis
covery for Consumption is gusrrntced to
curo Coughs, fold", Itronchitls, Asthma,
Croup and every affection of tho Throat,
Clicit and Lungs. Trial bottles free at ,1.
T. right, drug store. Largo ize$1.00.
ltut kirn's Arnica SitUu,
Tiik llKSTS.u.vr. In the world for Cuts,
llrulscs, Sores, Ulcer, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,,
Corns, and all Skin F.ruptions, and positive
ly cures PIle, 0r no pay remitted. It Is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
monev refunded. Frio cents per box.
For ilo bv J. T. Wright, Uulon, Oregon.
NF.W THIS WI5KK,
Stallions For Sale!
The undersigned has a few head of soven
eights bred l'ereheron Norman .stallions,
coming '2. voars old. They are the gut of thu
pure bred Perchcron-Norman stallion
Whoso weight at a 4-year-old was tS2.i lbs,
and are out of threo-miarter bred Verchor-on-Nortnan
mares Those colts wore raised
on tho range, and wore never handled or
fed until December last, and they nro con
affluently well adapted fur range service.
Prices aro from $'.'."i0 to $r.00, mid where a
sale of two or more tain be consumatod to
one party, a portion of the amount will be
taken in good ized geldings or mnrci.
Colts can be son, on ranch of .1. L. Cavi
iioss at Island Cltv.
Address: F. It. ALMY,
Island City, Union county, Or.
WE STILL LIVE I
lion City flote
Opposite the Court House, am! near Men
son's livery stable, where the public may
Ilnd lirst-class fare.
MIIAI.S AT AM. HOI'ltS. liS CUNTS.
Hoard and Lodging. $ per week,
(iiveusacall, L.J. 1100T1I U, Prop.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Land Omen at La (Ihaniik, Oitr.uoN.l
February 11, 1KS7.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his Inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said pinof will be made lie
fore tho Kegisterand Kecoivcr atLa (Iraude
Oregon, on April .rth., 1887. viz:
1). S. No. OWt. for the W half NK quarter.
S15 ir. NF. (r. and NH (Jr. NW or. ot Sec.
Tp. A 8. K. 40 F.WM. Ho names the fol
lowing witnesses to prove hi continuous
residence upon, ami cultivation of. .said
land, viz: Stephen Connnor, Marshall
Woodward, It, F. Lathrop and O. W, Sim
mons, all of Union, Union county. Oregon.
f 10 w(S. Register.
W. 1). llKlW.H.MAN, PlIOP.,
Keeps constantly on hand a full as
sortment of everything in his line,
lie is now offering for nillo tho
BEST LOT OF SADDLISfe
At lower ju ices than wore ever off
ered in Eastern Oregon.
EltOM o.00 TO l)0,00 l'Klt 8KT.
Ulorse Blankets 11.25 each.)
(Curry Combs 12 J cts.each.)
Also a FULL ASSORTMENT of
Sl'UltB. WHIPS, AXL15 (i KliASK,
HA11NHSS OIL, Ht.. Hti: Etc.,
In fact everything Usually kept ill a
First ClitHH EHtublislinioiit.
Call alld KXainliie Ooods
Main Sinner, - - Umo.n, Oh.
Would Invite the attention of tho people
ot fnioii county to Ills very lull assun
Ootids arc not sold at cost, b:it jirlcei aro
OUAitANTFKD TO JtIC AH LOW, and In
many cases lower than others who pretend
to soil at cost.
I'Htroiiligii IlcspcCtrtUly rtolltltcdi
U.O. OltKlO, Main Street, Union, Oregon.
1), W. H 1 1 Ml I AN,
A TTOKNE V-AT-L AV
SlMMtiltVlM.K, - - - OgM.
O. K. BULL.
Attorney at Law
AIJSTKACTER Otf TITLES,
(Of Final fltittloitieitt.)
Notice U hereby hiven that ilomlml Holey,
ImlHlstratrl.Vof the estate of AmlFutt' Ho.
lby, deceased, has tiled her Haul account of
tjie admlufstt-atleli of said estate, in the
Coiility court t)f the, Btatc Hf UrBgon, for
Union cdtltlty'i and that .March fith., lB-17.
at 10 o'clock It. tin has hep II appointed by
saUl court as the time for hcal;in(jollJecUoUi
mvreto, anu ror settlement thereof. ...
Union, pregolt,! JK1ILMI ItObKV:
itVi 8l l&Ti ( tdHlitittrfttr(X
QKOIIGE Br. STAFFORD,
SKIN WRITING, CHAINING, and
PAPKK HANGING a specialty.
All Work Promptly Attended to.
Patronage solicited from all parts of
G. W. Stakkoro, Union, Or.
A X. UAliDXEKJb CO.,
AVal climakcrH & Jewelers,
Clocks and Jewelry For Sale.
UopiilrhiK nt .Modern to Kntcs.
Call ami examine our goods nnd prices.
E STRAY NOTICE.
A liberal reward will be paid for tho r
turn of the following described animals, to
the Undersigned at Union, Oregon.:
One bay mure, and colt, branded I II
One bay mare with white face and legs,
branded with arrow on left and 8 on right
ham. One bay yearling horse, branded VT
on right shoulder.
joiin t. witiaiiT.
1 desire to announce to the peopU I
general, ami of Union in particular, that I
havo reopened mv
CO UN Hit FIUST ami C 8TKF.F.TS. and
am prepared to do ALL KINDS OF 1116
PAI UINU, and also make
BOOBS and SASH
TO OKI) Hit.
TURNING NEATLY EXECUTED.
A share of tho public patronage solicited.
All orders promptly attended to.
II. C. EMEHY, Union, Or.
SAVE Y0UR SOLES
Uool and shoo shop, two doors north
of llciison llro's meal market.
BOOTS and SHOES
Made to order out of the best mate
rial to be obtained, and at prices an
low as the lowest.
Hepalrliifr done with neatness nnd
dispatch, cheap for cash.
Thomson Ss Pui'.cl aro ajrents for
tho celebrated Cyclone WintlAUll, and
as the prices on them have been great
ly reduced they aro now within the
reach of all. .Sample mill to be seen
at their planer in North Union. Call
iitul examine it.
J. M. OA ItltOLL,
11. F. Wl LSON.
CARROLL A WILSON,
Conveyancers and Abstracters.
Abstracts to Real and Mining property
furnished on short notice, at reasonable
Hales of Ileal and Mining property nego
tiated. Collection business promptly atr
Olllce next door south of Post-ollhie, Un
W. F. Pjujden, M. B.
Chronic Diseases a pecialty.
Omen Corner Main and A strcetit,
Change Tif Management I
Having leased the
And thoroughly refitted the saute, it will bo
conducted oil nn entirely dif'el'cntplnn than
heretofore, and no paills will bo spared to
make patrons comfortable, in connection
witli tile Hotel is an elegant
Where the Finest llfands of
arc constantly on hand
ii ' -- i T
The Patruh.tge of the Pttblie Is Solicited,
TO THE FKONT ACJAlNi
The Union Nurserv Company oltW fof
sale for fall add spring trade of 10 kin)
75,000 Fruit, Shade Trees and
At Ih'lcert to 0oiT(simMt
With thci Timerti
. liuVhlR Ilnd Ivyetity years' experience 1
the itursory biisluc alld frllit grOwitlrf U
Union County, I Conclude that I well till
derslaml What tllo dliithtu of Kastcrn Of
uoil, Washington tlnd Idaho Teffirufhrt
1 will issue circulars sooll, for IM dUUH
butloli, fdrlng lUt of varieties uild pritr
rfiwifw,'i i , 'f'n'
For further parth'Ulars, )iA4rM
H-. 4 UKfiU, lKJVklittWl