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UNION, OI1EGON. HAT; MAHCIK., 16S7,
This Iiiib been a, rather urpiitcreisUng
tpnu of court.
Blue vitriol for .-ale at Wright's drug
Thanks to Frank Colling, of Sum
iporvillo, for favpra this week.
The temperance people of tho State
now have work on their haiidH.
The Chieftain think it may bo three
years before v railroad is run into the
Splendid prewpocts fpr tho miner nnd
firmer, and consequently everybody
cine, this bCfl.on.
Dqu'I tarry over that Cove drug
tttore account nnothor day. Walk right
in and pay it up.
The weather has greatly moderated
and iB now very pleasant. No doubt
we will have good weather from Huh
J. II. Robinson, the old actor, well
known by nearly everybody on the Pa
cific coast, died in San, Francisco on
tho Gth ulU
An old man by tho name" of John
Gon, committed t-yieido near Drowsy,
a few dove ago, by cutting hiy throat
with a razor.
D. B. Bees is fitting up ltis building
on the corner of Main aud A streets,
preparatory to moving tho Slate land
There will be an adjourned term of
Circuit court commencing on the 11th.
day of next July, luo same grand ju
ry will bo in attendance.
We are under obligations to Hon
Dinger Herman for a copy of his Fpeeeb
on the inter-state commerce bill, and
other public documents.
Ontario wants the county scat, more
farmers in the Malheur valley, a news
paper, a flouring mill and a ! or 5 cent
bounty on rabbit scalps.
The entertainment given at Wright's
ball last Saturday evening, by tho Un
ion public hchools, was a creditable af-
fciir and largely attended.
.See the nowaiL-of Herman Waldcck,
the wide awake merchant of Summer
vine. Jir, wakieck win toon put m a
full lino of general merchandise.
The Chieftain takes Turner Oliver to
task for his recent statement in this
paper, concerning the Wallowa. Walk
up to the bar, Turner, and plead.
The jury in the libel suit agasnst the
publishers of the Sentinel, after being
out about twenty hours, brought in a
verdict of "not guilty." Ten thousand
dollars saved ia ten thousand dollars
W. II. Ostrander has bought an un
divided half interest in Dan Beidleman's
place adjoining town, and will com
mence the erection of a dwelling house
thereon in a few days. We understand
the price paid was $1,000.
The Burford sulky plow with wheel,
land-side is one horse lighter draft than
any other sulky plow made. You will
find them, with a full line of walking
und gang plowa at Frank Bros. Imple
ment Co's. establishment in Island
In the case of the State vs Lee Deboid
charged with assault with a deadly wea
pon on tho person of F. B. ChilderH, the
jury brought in a verdict of assault and
battery, and the defendant was fined
?100 and costs. Ho failed to produce
the neeossary sheekels, and was com
mitted to tho county jail to serve it out
at the rate of two dollars a day.
The case of the county against the
Pine Creek road contractors was una
voidably postponed till the July term.
It seems to us that this ease ehould
have been tried at this term, as it cer
tainly is of more importance than any
other. We fliould like to see these
fellows compelled to "toe tho mark"
and build cuch a road as they agreed
This week young Baker, who was
tried for an assault with a deadly wea
pon on tho person of Simon Ghent,
was found guilty, by the jury, of assault
and battery, and lined $7f. and costs,
which Ho paid. The judge gave him
EOiuo wholesome advice and informed
him if he was ewr brought before him
again he would be punished to tho full
extent of the law.
In tho case of tho Stnto vs Deboie
it came out in the testimony of the
witnesses that a game of stallion poker
for money was going on at the time
the fracas occurred. The grand jury
could not overlook tho matter, anil
brought in indictments against James
Berry, Jos. Trues-dal, Frank didders,
Quinn, MeWilliams and Meaohen for
gambling. They plead guilty to the
charge and were each fined $5 and
Deputy Sheriff Smith, of Baker coun
ty arrived in this city a few days ago in
pursuit of two men, by name Win, Ev
ans aed Jas. Sprow, who wero charged
with stealing two horses and a Eaddle
in Baker countv. Ho met with prompt
assistance on tho part of Sheriff Ham
ilton, and uceompanicd by Vinco
Hooves, tho pursuit was continued,
tho men wero found asleep in a hav
wwu iiunr iiigm and were easily cap
tured. They aro uow in tho jail at
Mr. E. B. Hill has just arrived from
tho Last with a pplendid lot of Ken
tucky short horn bull and heifers,
which aro now on exhibition at Elliott's
livery stable. It will bo worth your
trouble to go und ceo them. Yesterday
Jack Fickle invested in a short horn
bull, and W. T. Wright bought n splen
did Jersey heifer. A number were also
told to parties in Baker county. If
you want to reap tho benefit of this op
portunity you ehould net promptly.
B Harris .rrilei! Foi'.Kta.
Tho citiipns of Summorvillo were
soniewliat surprised on Friday morning
of last week to find that N. 15. Harris,
cashier of the Farmers' Mortgage nnd
Savings Bank had been arrested for
cniuezzienient. as near as ve can
learn the facts ip. the caso are as fol
On Wednesday owning, Mr. J. H
jvineuari lniormcHt iir. tiarrm mat an
investigation of the books of the bank
must hike place before he (Mr. 11 juris)
could leave for the hast on a proposed
business trip, to tins Mr. Harris mad
no objection and Mr. F. B. Collins was
selected as the proper perron to super
intend the investigation. On Thurs
day morning, hoV.over, Mr. Harris
called Mr. J. H. Binchart and Dr. W
E. Binchart aside and informed them
that in justice to hiimclf he would pre
fer an expert to bo sent up from the
first national Hank ot roriianu, so
that a sworn statement might be ob
tained from said expert at tho close of
the investigation as his books weie
correct and such a course tyould set
him right before the community at
large. Mr. Binuhart told him it would
be unnecessary to incur the expense of
an expert at the outset, for if tho bookt
were correct nu expert would, be nee
ded, and if not it would then be time to
employ an expert. Mr. Harris, after
persisting for some time, finally eon
senlod for the examination to begin.
reserving his daily balance, which book
only Mr. J. H. Kinehart was to exam
inc. Within thirty minutes from the
timo the examination was begun, a
charge of flGO, to the First National
Bank of Portland was found, which Mr.
Harris could not satisfactorily explain,
and which left, no doubt, in the minds
of the investigators, that such eliargou
was made to make up a shortage in the
cash on hand. By sundown of that
day deficits to tho nivount of uuout
.3000 had been dug up, which Mr.
Harris vainly tried to explain. At that
time finding that ho was trapped and
no doubt fearing an arrest, called the
president into the vault and confessed
that he had appiopriatod over $3000 of
the bank s fund to his own use, aud re
signed his position as cashier and ex
pressed a desire to compromise tho
matter. Mr. Binchart told him there
could be no compromises for any wrong
doing, but would buy his stock.
After supper Mr. Harris came back
into the bank and made a confession
before Dr. W. E. Kinehart, J. H. Bine
hart and E. B. Collins as to tho amounts
appropriated and showed them a num
ber of checks which had been drawn
on tho First National Bank of Portland
and one check for$i03.35'on the Chem
ical National Bank of New York that
had never been credited to tho bank's
account nor charged to his account.
That night a warrant was made out and
Hanis was placed under arrest.
Mr. E. B. Collins, asnisted by Her
man Waldcck, pursued the investiga
tion on Friday and Saturday and found
in addition to tho chocks pointed out
by Harris in his confession, two cheeks
on the First National Bank of Portland,
one for JfiOO issued on September 22.
in favor of W. H. McDonald cashier of
the First National Bank of Island City,
and one for $50, issued on August 2, in
favor of S. A. Blashland, Quinev, 111.,
also one on the Chemical National
Bank of New York for $17.50 in favor
of Merriam Collins it Co., Chicago, 111.,
for which tho banks had never received
proper credit nor any account been
On Sunday olhcers from Union took
Mr. Harris in charge and he now lan
guishes in jail. The total amount em
bezzled in the accounts of the Chemi
cal National Bank of Few York are
$225.85 and in tho Frst National Bank
of Portland $3,2-10.9-1, amounting in all
Harris was arraigned on Wednesday
and entered k plea of not guilty. The
hearing of the case was postponed till
the July term. Bonds fixed at $1,000,
which has not yet been given.
A Fatal Affray.
Ontario, Oregon, March 2, 18S7.
En. Scout: A man named Tonoy
Lowe shot and killed llenrv Khetoy a
German, in Williams it Co's, saloon in
Ontario last Monday night, Feb. 2Sth.
The circumstances are about ar follows.
Lowe is the foreman of Jones, "the
sheep king of Oregon," and Khetey
had been herding sheep for him for
some time, but had trouble with Lowe
and was discharged several weeks ago.
He has been threatening to kill Lowe
ever since. Lowii oamo her on Mon
day and was met in tho saloon by
Khetey who attacked him. Lowo re
treated behind a billiard table, but was
followed by his assailent. Lowe lired
a blufl'shot in tho ceiling, but tired the
second shot at Khetey, tho ball pasting
through tho mans abdomen, cauoing
instant death. The coroner and Dr.
Snow came up from Baker yesterday
and are holding an inquest to-day.
Lowe gave himself up to the others,
but has not yet had an examination.
L. B. KINEHA11T.
Kiwinnis unit Alcrlisiilcfi.
SaTe money and doctor hUU. Itullereyour
Mother, Wives nnd .SMcr by a timely pur
chase of Dr. Itosanko'a Cough nnd Lung
Syrup, best known remedy for Cou ha, Cold
Cioup und Hrouehlal affections. Hellene
Chlldreu of Croup in ono night; may Mire
vou minureus of doium. 1'rlco &u cnu una
il.OO. sjuinplos rcc. Sold by J. T. Wright,
3vod IIU Llfo.
Mr. D. I. Wilcoxson, of Horse Care, Ky.,
says be was, for innnyyeura, badly alllictcd
with l'hthhuc, also Diabetes; the pains wero
almost unendurable and would sometimes
almost throw him into convulsions, lie
tried Klectric Bitters nnd got relief from
lirst bottle nnd after UkhiK six bottles, was
entirely cured, and hai gained hi lleh eigh
teen pounds, days be positively believes ho
would have died hud U not been for the re
lief anordbd by Klectric Bitters, fc'old ut
fifty wuu bottltt ly J. T. Wright. Union
, "TeiuK.Q.f Occult "Qojisit
Thj.term.-? qf tho Circuit court in the
Sixth Judii ial District will be held as
follows: Umatilla, fourth Monday in
January, first Monday in May and fust
Monday in September; Wallowa, bird
Monday in March and fourth Mtmtlay
in August; Malheur, fourth Monday in
June, and third Monday hi November;
Grant, second Monday in April, and
first Monday in November ; Bakei, first
Monday in March in 1S37, and there
after in each year on tho first Monday
in June, and first Monday in Decem
ber; Union, second Monday in Febru
ary and fourth Monday in November.
Comity Oflicci'H Appointed.
Governor Pennoyir has appointed
the following bilkers far the new coun
ty of Malheur: F. K. Froman, judge;
John Lockey and C. O. Lacy, com
missioners; Hcnvy Maury, sheriff; E.
H. Test, clerk; Win. Bitchio assessor;
Thomas Elmos, school superintendent ;
L. A. Levey, treasurer. For. Wallowa
county, P. O. Sullivan, judge; James
MasteVson and J. A. Bumble, commis
sioners; D. B. Ilea vis, clerk; K. 11.
Cashaw, sheriff; B. M. Downey, assess
or; L. J. Bouse, school superintendent;
E. J. Foresythe, treasurer; G. T. Vail,
survovor; T. J. Dean, coroner.
It Don't Look. Bright.
A correspondent writing from Vole,
in the Malheur country say: "It it
reported that our county is divided. If
such is tho case the office-seekers and
tho black tailed rabbits will force the
lax-payers of the new county to hunt
somo other place, as tho old ring has
run Baker county in debt $100,000.
and if we have got in that deep, what
will we do when o have tvo rings?
After buying L. B. Binehart's old pile
of rotton saiul stone at Vale, build a
ten thousand dollar bridge acioss'the
Malheur river, pay tho salaries of the
necessary ofljcers, and $10 per thous
and for black tailed rabbit scalps, om
county scrip will be worth about 000 on
The Eagrlo Valley School.
Editor Scout: Will you please
publish in your valuable paper the fol
lowing report of the standing of the
pupils of district No. 47. Only the
most advanced appear on the list. The
following is the average grade of those
examined Fob. 25th. ,"1887 ;
Frank Craig, 97; Lemuel Morris, 81 ;
Fred Makinsoii. S2; Ida Pcrrv, 98;
Carrie Beeves, y.'l ; Editli Young, 90;
Mady Holcomb.90 ; Alta Holcomb,S2;
Clara Craig, 90; Sally Whiteakcr, 8:5 ;
Delia Morris, 88; Ida Williams, 90;
Laura Moody, 90; Libbie BennchofT,91.
This is a true standing of the part
of tho school mentioned. The young
or pupils aro comparatively just as
ood. I am very thankful to the par
ents for their kindness displayed du
ring this term towaul me as teacher,
and I am also very thankful for the
j;ood behavior of the pupils, and can
r.w it bus been tho most pleasant term
I over taught. A. W. PARKER.
March 2nd., 18S7.
Snow 3 feet on the level, but sinking
very rapidly uuder tho influence of a
The Rev. W, C. Becbo, of Union,
preached in the Park last Sunday ev
euing. John Shoemaker and Seymour Corpe
of Cove, attended the closing exeiois.es
of the Park school, bust Saturday ev
ening. Several farmers of this placo have
been,compelled, for tho tvant of hay, to
drive their horses to Powder river md
turn them on the range.
The Park public school, with W, L.
Forrester as teacher, closed last Satur
day, after a very successful session of
three months, the pupils all ihoring
much advancement in their studies,
and notwithstanding the very stormy
weather, the average daily attendance
was 99 per cent., there being several
who attended every day, namely:
George South, Clarence Vauonier,
Frank South, Eddie Martin. Albert
Vandevanter, Lillie South ami Bocca
Martin. The following named nunils
received prizes for highest deportment :
A class, Joe South; B class, Lillie
iouth. For most improvement in
writing, A class, Eulalie South ; B clabs
Kobcrt HooimiKamer. The closini;
exercises in tho evening, consisting of
instrumental and vocal music, speech
es, declamations, dialoeues. etc.. wan
well attended, there beine nuito a
number present from Bis creek. Pow
der river and tho Cove, and all pio
nounc' d it quito an enjoyable occasion.
Tho feaeher wishes to express his
thanks to tho people of the Park for
tho kind aud considerate treatment
which ho received at their hnnds while
sojourning among them. They will
long be kindly romembercd by him.
You cannot afford to vante timo in expe
rimenting when your lunnsare in dungcr.
Coniuinption tdttays seems ut first, only a
cold. Bo not permit any dealer to Impose
iiimju you with some cheap imitation of I)r.
King's New Discovery for Corinumption,
Couuhs and colds, but be sure vou tret, tho
genuine. Iiecau.'o he can rnako more profit
he may tell yon he has something just as
ood, or just the sawie. Don't be deceived,
hut Insist upon gettins; Dr. KhiK'n New DIs--oviry.
which is guaranteed to Rive relief in
nil Throat, Lung nnd Chest affections. TrI
ul hnttlM f ref at J. T Wright's drus atore.
Syrup cf J'lgs.
Manufactured only by the California Fig
Syrup Co., bun Francisco. Cab, Is Nature's
Own True Laxative. This pleasant Califor
nia liquid fruit remedy may be had ot all
druggists, at fifty cents or one dollar. It Is
the most plcasutit, prompt, aud effective
remedy known to cleanse the system; to act
on the Liver, Kidney, and Bowels gently
yet thoroughly; to dispel Headaches, Colds, (
und Fevers; to cure Consumption, Indlget- I
tion, and kindred Ills.
Marih 4th.) 18S7,
Tho publjo school is preparing for n
grand exhibition on the last day of the
The very hnppicab man in town is
Chas. Dickinson. It i a bouncing
boy anil yrtB born Feb. 25th.
Born. To tho $ife of Ralph Jame
son, on last Saturday, a daughter.
Mother, Mis, and even Ralph doing
Tho prospect of bujlding a second
checso factory, contemplated by a
number of dairymen, has been aban
doned for the present.
The Cove ritlc club will shoot a
match with the North Yakima, W. T.
club in a short time. Teu mon on a
side, 200 yards, off hand.
Stock owners are feeling much easi
er since the break up. The price of
hay is not so booming as last week,
though a considerable quantity is yet
offered for sale.
Tho regular annual school election
will (alio placo next Monday. There
should bo a general attendance. There
is talk of voting a tax for a summer
term of school.
Mr. F. E. Foster, wife and daughter,
of Kansas, nnived in Cove, Thursday.
Mr. Foster is a brother of our worthy
townsman, A. J. Foster, and comes
with a view of permanently locating
in tho valley.
Though veiy stormy, tho Cove ri He
men shot for a if 20 pur.se last Saturday.
Out of a possible 50 at 200 yards, the
winners wero as follows: Alex Coch
ran, 49; Win, Bloom, 41 ; A, Cross
man, 40; A. Thomas, .19; L. Wright,
18; A. Crow, :i7; B. Churchill. 3(5; F.
ICellcy, 35; R. Cochran, 35; O. O. 01
We are thero whenit conuq to long
range foot races. L. and C. Yes, but
if wo did come out second best, wo got.
away v.ilh tho spoil (muff.)--B. and
M. Did you approach the quadrupeds
this evening? R. Yes. I escorted
them to water. A. I have great hopes
of securing a pension for my cow, if
broken horns, disloca'ed hips, disor
dered internal arrangements and ex
treme emaciation go for anything.
Alex. 1 never saw cat shooting as
;?ood as it is now, W. M. Go way, if
you want to have fine sport, look high
er and try your hand on skunks. S.
B. Those wisidng to raise goslings
can obtain an unlimited supply of
';ooso eggs of to rilio shooters. We
are going up and defeat tho High Val-lins.-rThe
second six. It isn't, every
one that can win, such a beautiful ca
nary bird. Sam. It w: too windy
for fence rails Saturday. S. W. Why,
good evening, Sam. A. O. I skir
mish around and obtain a gun if you
want to exterminate me. It. J. C.
Toony Spring1 Spray.
People are here in the s;now which
in many places is 6 feet deep.
Mr. Chas. Golden, of Inland City, was
here recently, visiting relatives and
friends. He reports everything lively
in Grande Rondo. Glad to hear it.
Feeil for stock almost cone. All
kinds of grain becoming scarce. Pro
visions up to now have not advanced
much iu price. I presume there will
be sufficient flour, meat and vegetables
to carry the people thiough tho winter.
The county seat question is being
discussed by every fircsido now-a-duvs.
The Josephitos are pulling heavily,
wlnle Aider is digging in, nnd tin
country around is hurrahing for Bo
netL r at. Lostine. I x-linvo. roni'ii
in favor of the latter place, so Bennett
Mat goes, m justice to all who are will
ing to niCBt their neighbors half way
Very great joy teems to prevail with
many over the new county matter,
while there seems to be another faction
that looks a little bln. eHDocinIlv t.hnao.
who wero so anxious to monopolize all
uio stoclc ranges, and did not care to
seo the country beconio settled up.
think their dav is over. Dotibllesti tho
new county will soon f.etllo up aud the
cayuse iraito win no a thing of tlio past,
and somo mere profitable avocation
win iai:o ine placo ul cayuso propa
gating. ' Biudy.
February 2Clh., 1887.
Snow sixteen inches deep.
Much sickness in tho neighborhood
Feed very scarce and stock in Rome
danger of starving.
Wo have no hesitancy in saying that
tne Clhirftatn is the best paper in Wal
lowa county. All ihonld tako it.
Miss Oliver has just returned from
Grande Ronde, -Where she has boon
teaching, and is warmly welcomed by
her many friends.
Wo learn with gratification of the
railroad movement in Grande Rondo.
Our talk has raised the breeze coonor
than was anticipated. We hope it is
not a hoax.
Grandma Wood's house, with its con
tents, burned a few days ago, she there
by losing tho product of several years'
liard labor. A subscription paper is
being circulated for her.
Tho officers and county seat ques
tion are being discussed with much
warmth, and wo aro sorry to too to
much of that bano of society sec
tional jealousy manifested. O.
I. A OIKS
In delicato health, and all who suffer
from habitual constipation, ulll find tho
pleasant Califlornta HiuIJ fruit remedy,
Syrup of Figs, more cosily taken, nnd more
beneficial in effect thun any other remedy.
It acts promptly yet gently on the Dowels,
Kidneys. Llvor aud fltomuch, and docs not
sicken or debllitutc. For salo by all drug
gists. Knell, Heltthu & Woodurd wbolcsulo
ugents, Portland, Or.
W. Capps, M. I)., fiurgeon and boinco-1
putblc physician, Union, Oregon,
How. BxiclgQ. Kofl,
February 2Sth., 1S6JJ.
Knglc Valley han a Sunday school
once more. vYe predict that it will be
lic its predecessors short lived, '
Tho literary is on tiia wane nnd will,
K.on adjourn' sine die. fl. W. Bonne-'
liQff has reigned ns its president aud
has made an excellent officer. 4
Hay has raised to .$10 per ton and is
very bcaree at that price. Many of
tho i hoop inuu have been compelled to
drive their sheep to the ranges.
Mr. B. F. Fowell is a sufferer yith
the erycipelas, at the rchidencc of his
brother's, J. 15. Fewell.
M. Reeves and W. R, Usher, of Ea
gle, have discovered a very rich vein
of ore in Cornucopia. They sacked
1300 lbs of ore in 14 days that will
work 1 per. Hi. TlieV intend to ship a
great quantity of this ore to the reduc
tion works at Salt Lake in the spiing.
February 27th., 18S7.
Misses Schcltsworth and Curtis, of
I'ino Valley, aro rusticating in our city
for a fnw days, the guests of Mio Rea.
Maui ice Wah, who has been spen
ding the wipti r in San Francisco, re
turned last Thursday.
A deputy shei iff stole into camp last
evening and was seen, later, quito busy
reading love letters (?) to some of our-eitizens.
Dr. C. W. Wopdanda few others are
going courting uext week.
The social patty given at Langroll
mill last Monday night, passed off very
pleasantly, but judging from tho ap
pearance of a certain young gentleman
from Cornucopia, it must hao been
quite chilly. Ijo got loftf
High Valley Happenings.
Mr. Fred Duncan now rocks the era
die to the song of, "I5yo baby, bye."
An infant son sleeps therein.
The latest arrivals are Mr. A.
Roblnott and Mr. MeE'Jish, from Ver
notv county, .Missouri.
A social entertaupnent was given at
the residence of Mir. and Mrs. J. Mum
my, on the 2fith.
Some stray horses have been fount
and run out of the timber hills, just in
tune to save lher lives.
What man likes in sense he usuallv
makes up iu niulishness.
Minniek and Davis have bought a
complete steam threshing outfit, of
Rustcll it Co., Massillon, Ohio, one of
the oldest and most reliable lirms in
America. Mr. Win. Wilkinson bouuht
of tho same linn a plantation saw; mill,
to bo rui by turbine water power.
I am again in the tonsorial business
in Unioii. Shaving and hair cutting
done it; good style. A shine of the
public patronage is soh'oitod.-.-S.
All thee kiiuwieg iheni'-clves Indebted to
us are mulcted to.so.tlo ut onco. This, h
ihe hut tituo w.' sUjII mako Ihu leanest. If
It 1 1 not complied vllh we shall collect It
by law. HICKS ifcUOlUNS.
Kojnolii to lloaltli.
Health Is wealth, Wealth means ludcpen
denec. The ICcynots Is Dr. ISosanko'a ( oii"li
and Liuijr. Syrup, tin beht CoukIi Syrup Iu
iiiuuuiiu i-iui-ji v,misui i mux. raiiis in
moi uc8i,ii onciiiiH and I'nmary ( onsuiup
tliltl t Itwi ilnui. .rl.'ft. I'.tll.if It. it tPAi.tr .t.t
..-...i ...t. i.u.iv Jn'vn ...iii.k in tiTUi.,
Tako no other, rrleo Ml ennts audit.. Sampler
ireo. aom oy,i. r. wngiit, union, urcon
oun cut. ni).
Wcbcllevo In truly meeting tho iinfidcnc-!
of our patrons, In honest xoodsand ho unto
staUiiiPiits concerning tin in, square dual
lug, a cash buainen, low prices, pronipt
lies , aid n ' lear c iiiuieno'.
AH orJo-s ontru.vod t. us for PHY
0001)3, will bettilady fUlod in aetiordanc.!
With thlj o.eoJ.
133 First Street, Portland, Oregon.
(.'uro fur I'iIdh.
Tiles aro frequently preceded by a sense
of weight In the back, loins nnd lower part
of tho abdomen, causing the patient to sup
posn ho bus somo affection of tho Kidney or
neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of
Indigestion aro present, flatulency, uneasy
ncss of the stomach, cte. A moisturo Ilk i
perspiration, produeinc; a ory dlBagreeatile
Itehlnir nfter getting warm, Is a common
attendant. Illlml, Hlccdlu?, and Itching
Plies yield at onco to the application of Dr.
Dosaiiko.s PIlo Itemed)', which acts directly
upon tho parts effected, absorbing tho
Tumors, allaying tho Intense Itching, and
effecting a permanent cure. Price, W) emits.
Address, Too Dr. Hosanko Medicine Com
pany, Piqus, O, Sold bv J. T. Wright,
The reduction of internal revcnuound the
taking oil of rcvonuc stamps from Proprie
tory Modlcinoi, no doubt hss l.irgely bene
fited tho consumers, as well a"j rcllcvlne; tho
burden of homo manufatt'irors, Knp?elnlly
is this the raso with Groin's Allium Flower
anil ISosiihec's Gorman Kynip, as tho reduc
tion of thirty six cents per dozen, has been
added to irurcaso tho size of tuu bottles
contaiuiue; these remedies, thereby giving
nne-lifth more incdh lnn In the 75 cent size.
The Augi at Flower for Dyspepsia und Liv
er complaint, and tin German sjyrup for
Coufihs and Lun;; truuhlcs, b ivo porhaps,
tnu nrgesi huh oi any medicine in ino
world. Tho ndrniUueo of lucrouRcd size of
the bottles will ho greatly upprceluted by
tho slek on 1 ufllhtcd, In every town anil
vlt'ft.n In .ivlllyi fl rfiii!ii.fru Mniti.ln Itrtt
ties for 10 ccnt remain tho samo sire.
Doth myself and wife have been for somo
years nflllcted with disease of tho Kidneys,
and had tried many romcdiei without ob
taining any permanent relief. About threo
months ago wo wero Induced to try u pack
ago of tho Oscaox Kidkev T:a, which has
apparently entirely cured both of us, ns
since taking It two weeks wo have felt no
symptoini of the dlsBsse. We can heartily
recommend U-to others similarly olllicted,
as wobellevolt will do all that Is claimed
for It, M. L. WHITE.
l.idlcs' lVneh kid. shoes, ?3.fO. mens'
booN, $2 75:'irpnV tWo-bhckto shoes, S1.2S
nt Vincent's. Hp is dosing out b'o Roods
irr.rdloss of cost before sotting In hlj
spriivi fctoek. F.very thing clso'at similar
pria-s. No v h the time to gel bar,;alna.
Tho Union Milling Company aro,
paying fiQ etc. por bushel fur wheat,"'
K15W TIUS YVT.HK,
Kentucky Short Ilornn For
I huvo n oar load of rgristprod Kctw
Short Horn Bulls
And heifers fur snle nt Elliott's livory
stable, I'uioii. I will soon have a lot
of tine, thoroughbred Hereford. Tho
slock will bo sold verv reasonable,
They are of tho very best families.
Will' remain till about the middle ut
MarUi. Como and see them.
E. B. HiLL.
Spring Will Soon be
' Here !
For Bargains, in all
syMMioat villi:, oitpaoN.
Particulars by future advertisement,
and Bine Vitriol,
R. Q, Greig's Drug
1 1 i
In l,:xo Variety and at Very llc.no.nabh
W. F. Pbuben, M, Ds
Clronic Diseases a pecialty,
Oi-'i'icn-.Corner Main and i Btrcetfl
Notice of Pinal Settlement,
In tho County court of Union county, Slats,
of nrox.m. In th lu'.tt.er of the xtatq of
L. II. Mvern, dacoaHcd
''3iii: ii.MKi.smNi,i tiAviNo inbim
.1 IiIh liiuil ciiiniut In tin- uijovo cntlll(u
court, ns ailiiiluNlyjitor i f tin r.stiito oi L.
MrK,(!eu.-4 led, noil o Is h r.-bv given tlwl
Tuesday ih Mb day of April, 187, h':n heun
uppolu eil by aid o unity uourtf ir'tho hear,
luyi ( nbji'o Ions t j tho Miiuo, and tho H- ttlu
mint thorcof, and thai tld. notice in imi'Ih
INhml iu tlia Uituuiu .Sctiur, by order oi
Mild court. H. 11. M5W(d.
J. It. Cams, AdmlIatranr.
QJJOJlGJi V. STAFFQUDX
1 ' L 1 i 1
SIGN W1UTINO, aUAlNINO, ar,
PAPKIl lIANG'Ni; iv specialty,
All Work Promptly Attended to,
Palronn''o solicited from all nnrls o
O. "V. Stai'kokd, Union, Or,
Jf. OA IWNJili d) CO, ,
Watch malcoru & Jcwclora
Union, - - Oregon.
Clocks and Jewelry For Salo.
Itojial I In nt Mocleratn Ttntm.
Call and 0x311111100111 roo la nnd prices.
SAVE YOUR SOLES
Uool nnd nhooslion. tvo doornnnrlU
of UciiBoii Ilro's meat tnaiket,
BOOTS and SHOES
Miulo to order out of tho best main.
rial to bo obtained, und nl prices ua
11 w no iiiu lowest.
llennirlliir rlone with iioiImpci nnd
dispiitcl), cltoap foreaPli,
WE STILL LIVE!
Opnoslto tbo Court House, and near Ben
wjira livery ntublo, wburo tbo imbllo may
find llrat-cluss (arc,
JICALS AT A I, I. IIOTJlt.S, Si CENTS.
Board and Lodging, (5 per week.
y ii 1 1
Him Cit? Hotel.
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