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The Oregon scoot, i
An independent week'y JntiMinl, Nred i v !
cry Satin. ay inori.l. g ly 1
JONES & CHAKCEY, !
Publishers nud I'r.iprlcor-. j
A. K. .Toxus, I
I H. haci:y,
HATKS OK SUl'.SClUl TION:
One copy, ore veur
" '" Six months.
" 'lb moiitos . . .
Invariably Cnsh in Advnnec,
If In vliauo' xuhtcrijititins itre not jmiil li
enil uf year, ttvo tlnllar trill be clutrijiil.
Kates t fadveitisii g made known on np
IstVor cspfu,lruve from a'l puis of .li
coiiutry sil el ed.
Ailie- s Jill comurinicatiniisto the On: GOs
ScuUi, Uni in Or gon.
HI II II I ltgr5CT3r.VKSg5rTCi:r.jy
I HOI KSSION, 1..
JOHN It. C1UTKS,
Attorney at Law.
Coll c I' Z :i ul pro' ate prae'Ie.' spee'a'
ties Office. tv ) t)un a u li of p isi olllc
tomey at Law
AND NOTAUY PUBLIC. Office, ... 1
dm f on li of il. 15. Ka.ui.'s slim, L'l.lm,
J X. CROMWELL, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office, one d H r m nth of J. li ratm.V
ttniu, Uiii n, Or gon.
Attorney at Law,
Notarv ruli'ic, and AM -actor of Tl lc.
Onici State Lind t til e h.ti ilinjr. coniur
Mam and A htnet-t, l i.ion. Orison.
Q II DAY, M. 1),,
Physician and Surgeon.
AM. OA LI S I'HJMI'TLV ATTr.Mii:il TO.
Olllco iid'oiniiiK .lonus Hro'-i store, fan
lie f.Mlnd ni'.its at thu Ceiitemiial .hotel,
room No. '.'5.
M. Hakkk. .1. W.Sm i.To.v. ,r. F. I'.akeu.
lAKHU, HIKLTOX it HAKKK,
Attorneys at Law.
OFFICE Union and La O-.-mde, Ore
jron. t-piclil Attention kIvcii all ' li.isincs
entrusted to ic-.
J. M. CA1UIOLL.
H. F. WILSON.
QAKUOLL & WILSON,
Conveyancers and Abstracters
Aliitracta to Krai and MiirnR prnpprfv
furnished on short notice, at reaioiiaUK'
Sales of Ileal and MinliiK propertv nego
tiated. Collection business roiuptly at
OJllce next door t-oitth of 1'ojt-ollice. In
jyr'. E. A. GAR HEN.
Centennial block, Mai i St.. llnion, O .
Does a dene: til Hankii f: Hua'iifw. Hi'.vs
nud HellH x hiinge, a.id nU-omit . rummer
Co ) ciliui'. s in fully at oadid to, and
pr hi ptly io, or. i d
AN J) SODA FACI'OHY,
Co-. Ma nan i HSt'- ' idon. t mVm.
SHB-tVAN & U Y, ' r p.
Muniif k-mi or. and iIcjUt In I 'a
ttr, tM.r.-tiriii.i. tiicgir Al" ' " S"'l :
jiikI ChanipiMne C'dur, Srupi, uCo. 07
itow jiromvtfy fllt.il.
I XV r W .K.i.T, '
I t a-h.e.-. ,
FH Mad lii;
UNION, - - . OREGON.
KfiTimclrY Liauor Stc
Kidney Liver Bedicifte
SEVER ICYO;;?f TO F.SJZ.
CUItnS all niscnsoi of tho Kliliiej-s,
Iit'.-cr, IJladder, ami Itrluary Organs;
Dropsy, Gravel, Dtatiotoa, Ili-inhl'a
Dlsuase. Twins .:i tho Unci:,
I.oitis, oraiilc; Itctuntionor
Korvowa rc.-.-:c, remain
Vi'calmcssoc, Itr.ccsros, .7sxir.dlco,
tlillouanoss, I!en'..ar2:t, Sour tliotnacli
DySpopsiSi Coti','"-iatia'i, a-.ul riles.
CURE3 WIir.K AUi OTHK.t UKDICt.N'ES
TAIL, ca it oc'u'iroctty and Rt enca on t!-c
Illilncys, I.ivcr anil ISoiroU, restoring
them to a l.ialthy action. HC.NTS liCMSUV U
a tafc, sure, ond t jwec'y cure, ar.d huadrwls l:au
been cored by it v!:C!i p'.iysli iat:s r.ml frionda
l:A -!vc:i thorn p ta t'ls. D- l:ot delay, liy a!
cace ill'ST'3 REMEDV.
llladdei-, Crl.iary, w:d I "r Ii.-casci, Lirop-.y,
Gnvcl, and Dlabctca, ar d by
I II ITS REMEDY
"rzizz isnsr iitijsev
ASD T.IVEH 3IEniCIi:.
ea:-C3 Ilrislii's t'iaoa c. T-t' cation or Non-Iloton-tioa
o! Urine, P..'.i!S i.. the Back, Loinc, or Sldo.
cures lntcrr.rcrar.ee, Xc.-vous D'.icacs Genera!
Doblli'v, r r.ialo Vca'.r.er ', r.r. I nxcocscs.
curc3 EUt.iUi-.CLr, Ilca-iai'hc, Jaundice, Ciour
Stf.roail., Uj-:TC? ia, Cor.ctipitlon and Rlos.
ACTS SJZ OI.'CE on tlio Kidneya, r.I vor,
nd Kc-rv-clo, rcilori?.- thcra to a litallliy
rcOon.and CntKS when all otiier mcdlclnM
fa3. Hundreds lia e liccii savod who have be
jiven up t . i'ic by frici.d j .u-d ptiyslcians.
; KidneyLivsr Medicine
IIITNT':! nr.511 '1 'is cavo.1 from Ilu
serins dU-aao ar.-t djat! r.cndrcdl who lave
Jiscn iven up by ?'.iyii-c a .s t j d;e.
HUNT'S UKJIEDVcnrea r.ll niBOCseB
of tlto Kidneys, BlniMor, Urinary Or
t;niiB, Uropsy, Oravo!, DIa'jetcs and
Incontl:ior.eo and Kotcatlca c f Urlno.
IIUKT'tt r.EMfiDV cnociuroscB deep,
cxo&Ua an tpc.i), braces u;i tl.o nys'.oci, tad
rcnowod UuUth 1 tho rcsul.
If UNT'fJ KIOIEUY ci rc pain In tli
5!do, Kcolc cr liOina, O .noral IJoliUUy,
Pomnlo nUcnsoi, I'lsturbcd Sleep,
L,au orAjipotitc and Jrlglifs DUco.ic.
IIUJiT'S IHUIKDY quickly Induce tho
Z,lvorta liMltliy action, remuvjij tho iuco
that produce llillouo lluadaolie, Dyspcp
Rla, Scur Otomaeli, CostlvneM, 1'Hes,
Iy t:.3 ka cl nUNT'T 1SE3IKOY tb
fiUowih an l VsrcU wUl r . ullly xtgtia their
strngtU. uul Uuod will ' t perfectly puriftod.
mJXT'H S2UIEDY 1j puwty vecettUe,
and nuctj a wnt tuvcr Ufjr arnUhbd to tho
public, aad tbe utisaet rottn bay bo plato
IIUNT'D HK3Ii:iY li proparwl ex
pressly for tho oliovo dUeaieo, and
Uu3 never lieon known to fall.
Oa trial will convlnco you. Tor
(aiol nil Drugglsto.
i tor Panipbtct to
HUNTS HSiMEDY CO., ,
UNION, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER
Tiil ipaco is t'lvcn fo- the if-e and
l'l'iiclit of our local wilteM of vt rse.
and we hop- to make it a pleaim: feittl-e j
o- the paper. I o Unit enil contr liiillim arc
i Ic'tcd, hut they niut pove. uudoilh'ed
I ttrary merit to' obtain p'a-.-i and reconi
t on here. En J
Written for the ScorT.l
Tl;e temp r.mce folkx are tryiiifrhavd
Hv diar-st pleaMllv to 'i eird.
fy long-felt want to ni'er rewaro,
lly prohi'iit on,
My fondest friend and me to parti
The chrNtian peoplo .tiive i-i vuln
Their ho y milpit to maintain,
liy hoivi"ii; tenipi-'air i! to aitain
A liifjlier calling
In truth their do rum to sustain.
They're fastly falling,
Hi hind the curt in or a di'ir;
jii.wn i n the lower ccl'ar llniir
1 ful n wi.l venture furthermore
In huh- places.
Tlicy take a sip to cheer tin Jr sotc
While we. the scatter d (lock of sin
(in an win r and enter in,
Our fun and fr.ilu- to bojrin
In Milce, nud net,
"Alas," they miv, ' ha N too ih'n.
Our c.- ihI is mocked !''
lb a - fe hiA in n ( ipial rijrht.
O if h ilv iijijt-ct. he i in -isrlii
Mich for Iih e-i'nl ii ut ti-.'htl
Wh it i-r it he.
And never ilimv iiel'ci t o- llijrht
Wbi'e im are free I"
W' at i-- to one the li'j.-lie-t c-i e 1
Of li nt wli ' o i h cm-- did hh e.l,
U to aiio.h -r. i o -"in s -ed
O'' vie niul,ln;
In aetion l.i. d iroml v 'deed.
Our truth I cgin!
H. W. II.
ANOT11EK ON 13 LOOSE.
Another poet lias "ih" on 1 lie liter
ary horizon, and hands us tho follow
ing for publication. En.
lTn;"U haisecn her darke-t days,
Th inniii'f; p int l here;
,Sh-' i iiiiniiimr up in many ays,
Her i( ad to wealth i.-. clear.
IIcrbuines-s men show enterprise,
In joining hand'' toirether:
And p iihing tliinfji ri(.'ht straight aloug,
l i pitt of winter Wea ltur.
She Inn a p!endid flouring mill,
And man we iltby men ;
Who a'l eo nliine, and say they will
All their assistance lenil.
We f'lnn will have a won'en mill,
A ti ie hotel we've pot;
l!edi;ct'on works, .( inn s.-iy wo will
Now Mion jioa-e'?, (ircut iii-ottl
No doubt the railroad socu will chniifre,
And run riirht through our town;
It now l uni tin-' ugh the stockmen's range,
And burns ilu titles down.
A rival btug wav il) the crade,
Thev call It Hnker City;
Tries hard to git our mining trade.
lint doe i not, what a pity I
Our enemies will have tho blues,
And surely fall behind:
Union will i re id abroad the news,
An 1 rise to fame, now mind.
Now f -lends, m-irk d lwn what I do say,
Keiucmbe-, I pr e'aim
That I'nio'i nt n dis tor dny,
Will "git thav all th same."
Tlio city t'loctio.i hi Id in Union lui-t
Monday to elect oflicerH for tho unsu
ine; year, lcFiilted uh follows : Mayor,
J. W. Kennedy; councilinen, S. A.
l'nm-1 and A. K, Jones; niiirhnl, M.
V Holhrook; ivcotder, J. E. TutUe;
treaMtrer, .1. I). Canoll; street ci-ni-
is compiiM-d of
Ea'on. 1 ho ei un 1
mx nienilieiH. Une
two Wiiids is i leeled
from each of thif
ea h ye.ir. Mr. Jonea is tho only new
member elected, Mr. l'lirfcel having
been n meinber for a number of years.
There went three candidates for city
iii.ii1ih1, tli.it liein the only ollicc for
which any strife was made.
let that cold of yours run on. You think It
is alight thing. Hut it may run Into ca
tarrh. Or Into pneumonia. Or consump
tion. Catarrh is di'giiJll ig. Pneumonia is dun
geiom. . Comumptioii Is death itself.
The breathing up.iratm mint be kept j
laal.hy and clear of all obstructions and i
olI'euivi! matter. O lu-rwUe there is trouble
All th. diieases i f thwie parts, head, no-io,
th oa , hrohchial tuboj and lungs can ho
rUl.g itlully a id entirely cured by tho uc
of HoH-heu's Cieriua i tjirup. if you don't
know th a abcady. then an Is and Ibous
andsof p-oplo can tell you, They buvc
been cured by it. nud ' know how It U theai
sehu ' Buttle only 76 ccuts. Ask uny
&irbe'vtrilA) for 'Ikiii OifLWff Byww,
A U.t. T.tlf., l?t ii... liit f?,.l'iltnr
- I' - J ...
Weather pet ting "too tiltcily cold."
Eceles it Co,s. s,tw mill lias shut
down for the seam.
Mrs. lien. Macho has been rat her
under the weather for a few days past,
but at present is improving.
Our citizens are bitty hauling wood,
making winter preparations, and
tettling down to a business-like basis.
Pyle canyon seluol is floun'f-hing.
Mr. Hooker is proving binnelf a pioli
eient teacher. Good for the name of
the place indeed.
Mr. .1. E. Yowell returned from the
Ou-e a few days ago, where ho has
been baling hay. lie informs us tho
hay market is good.
Horn. To the wife of C. V. Miller,
Dee. .'!nl, 1887, an eight pound boy.
Lord how we thrive 1 Huild up your
schools and make room !
The slight fall, of snow the first, of
the week seemed to bring our sheep
men to a proper sense of their condir
tion, nml they begin to gather to win
Mr. Shannon Marsh ill, of Hip creek,
passed through our burg, one day last
week, driving a line young stallion
that lie. has boon breaking under his
new method. It works excellentlv.
A UNIVERSAL FAV015ITE.
The most opitlar, most enjoyable
and cheapest publication on (he Paci
fic coast is The, West Shore magazine,
and it should be in every house, coun
ting room and library. The farmers,
especially, will find it a clean, whole
tome, entertaining family visitor. It
is (he cheapest illustrated magazine in
the woild, and lias no superior in artis
tic merit. The West Shore for 1SSS
will lie greatly enlargnd in tize, and
improved in contents, both literary
and artistic. A magnilioicnt large
oleograph of the "Entrance to the Col
umbia It i vi r" is now being prepared,
and is superior in every respect to the
handsome colored engraving of Mt.
Hood ibued l.itt year. This beautiful
maiino picture and the November
and Dccumht r numbers, if 1SS7, will
lie sent free to all who sub-eribi! now
for 18K8. A most liberal clubbing list
with leading publication!) is now made
up, and will be sent to any one who
dcHrctj to take The Weil Shore in con
nection with other publications,
subscription price is only if2.fi0.
drcts L. Samuel, publisher of The
Shore, Portlaed Otegon.
Wett most i:.ci:m.i:nt.
J, J. Atkins, Chief of Police, Knoxville,
Toini,, writes: "My family and I arc bene- I
tlel.-.rles of your most excellent medicine,
Dr. King's New DUo very for consumption:
having found It to bo all that you claim for
it, d she to testify to its virtue. My frlciulu
to whom I lmvo recommended It, praise It at
every opportunity." Dr. King's New DIs- j
oovery for Cotibuinptlon is gu rrntccd to
cure Coughs, ( olds, Kruncliitls, Afcthnui, I
l fni.ri mwl nvflri" nffnf.flnli fit till. Thriint. I
Cho t and Lu .-g. Trial hot les free at
U right.s drug store. Large Mzc $1.00.
Tho annti.il report of tho Third As
n'stant J'ost Master General shows that
the receipts of the department are 11.1
pir cent greater than the previous
year, while the increafce of expendi
tures for the same period was at a ra
tio of HA per cent. Tho total excess
of cost over the revenue derived from
the tcrviec is 5,-182,G70. At this rate
it will not be many years, at tho pres
ent rates of j ottage, till the revenue
will equal the cost of service. It is
thought, however, that n further reduc
tion of postage will bo made by this
Samuel Colvill, a wealthy farmer of
Jackton county, Or,, bec.itno innuie
while at thu Iloltoii house in Port land
a few days ago. lie w.ih placed under
tho care of ollicirs until his friends
could be heard from. Ho became in
sane on the subject of prohibition,
lie is about 7f years of ago and said to
bo wurlh $50,000.
Win. It. McDaniels, the Ilarrishurg
pott ntllco embezzler, plead guilty in
tho U. y. circuit court, and w.i mjii
lenced to one year's impi boumoiit in
thu Linn county jail, and to pay a fine
of $351. His cinbuzzthnoiitH, at diUVr
times amounted to several thousand
Smith'H walking gang plow, eomc
thing new and jutt thu thing. For
Hale by Frauk Diuj. luihxuuat Oo,,
A S,j mil sis 'f Hie Ni'ws ,r ttir IVeeU,
t n jiaie.l 1- pn slj- r. r (tie I ton.
ihu s if 'l lie si nut.
POIXTS AND PKODS.
December 7, 1S87.
J. O. Smith, the omnipresent mill
wiight, has deserted the valley and
gone east on a visit among friend? and
Pteparations arc going on to have a
fine Christmas tiee lot' the Sunday
school scholars, Christmas eve. There
Will alto be exercises in the evening.
E. T. Foster started for Enterprise,
Tuesday, on business, and expects to
be absent about a week to the interest
ing region of milk and honey.
Frank Hloom has rented the Vm.
Makin farm on the Sand Kidg; and
has moved thereupon. Frank will
make a successful horny-listed granger.
The mail stage broke tin axlo last
Monday near .lolin Hoyd's. Another
conveyance w.is soon procured and the
arrival of the mail delayed only a short
Tuesday was a wet day. There has
not been such a downfall, since the
lime a prominent livery man camo
near drowning a well known dairyman
all ciiizeiis of Cove. .
The Indian creek saw mill was sold
at sliorill's sale last Monday. Messis.
Kobiiison and Thomas, holding mort
gages against the property, were the
.luck Thomas and Jake Conner, Jr.,
have moved tlu-ir wiekeups into tho
virgin letvsis and Will while the time
awiy i his winter fuming timber into
rails and cord wood.
Jilo. Wagner, tho dairyman, has
built an addition to his house. It adds
much to the appearance of Ihu resi
dence as well as to 4ho convenience,
and will be appreciated in a caso of
The aspirants for teacher's cortili
cales who attended the examination at
La Grande last week, ftoni Cove, were
suecetslul. Misb Holtby has accepted
a school in tho Tuttle district and com
menced tv-aching last. Monday.
The Cove uimredK thank Luna Tick,
of ltland, for his pleasant items last
week concerning their skill. They say
theie will be need for a hospital for the
treatment of dirctt descendants of
Haalam's beast if they catch L. T. in
the vicinity (If the llig Lake.
It is whispered in town that tho
editor of the Scout learned all particu
lars of the alleged iccent robbing of
the mail.-, from our fellow townsman,
Hon. O. M. Jameson. A full account
of the airair is anxiously looked for in
the next issue of the mentioned popu
Mr, A T. Wright stole up to Union
one day last week and returned with a
blushing bride. The lady before thu
happy event was Miss , of Colo-
rail'., from whence she had just arrived.
A sister of tho bride camo up from
Portland and is visiting her relatives in
Cove a few days.
Died. In Lower Cove, Dec. lftt.,
Anna Duncan, bilovcd wife of Wesley
Duncan. The deceased was born in
Pike couniy, Illinois, Juno 2-lth, 18.03.
and with her pa runts moved to John
ton county, Mirtonri, in Sept. 1S(58,
where her marriage occurred Sept. 10,
1S78. Tho next year the. and husband
moved to Oregon. Mr. Duncan has
thoentjio sympathy of the community.
I wonder why it is that a certain
inirry bachili r living not many miles
northwest of town in not keen on our
streets as often as formerly. A. Did
you hear Ahx.s account of tho fracas?
13. A. II. Corn meal ia scarce and
liiird to get toinetimos. A. (J. Thoso
were fine Ilavanas wo smoked with
the compliments of tho latcbt wedded
couple. The boys. Let us go down
and get one of them, no telling how
Jong before wo will have to set 'em up.
W. II. Lost, on tho road betweun
Cove and Union, tho night of tho
t how, ono Sunday hat. Twenty dol
lars reward will bj paid for tho return
of same in good repair at Union nurs
eries. J, G.
Why buy from imigraliiig ageiitB of
whom you know nothing, cilherof their
juspoiibibil.ty or tho charectcr of their
goods, when thcru are ictpontiblo deal
era localfcd near you, who carry full
and complete lines of all farm and mill
machinery nud implements;, and whoso
bucccsh it in for your beat intercsta to
support with yoar putronagn? Frank
JJro'B. Implement Co, of Island City
request your contidcratiou of tboir
claim, aud refer you to yoiir neighbors!
Illseiu -i j of Clil N'rnr tlio Ton ti. I.urAl
lmii'iiveiu tils. .Nulrs.
Deo. 7th 1R87.
The prodigal has returned.
I log-killing is in full blast.
Winter litis come in earnest,
Mall Itamsoy it Co. have closed
their mill for the present.
Win. Forsoy has sold his Clover
crook farm to Win. Cusick.
Another turkey shooting match yes
terday; but no lights or fines.
The buggy-man has sold several ve
hicles in tliis neighborhood this fall.
Master Adolphy and Miss Clara Par
ker aro attending school at Walla
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Parker will
spend the winter in the milder climate
of southern California.
Gold has been found in paying rock,
in the hills west, of town, between
Wolf creek and North Powder river.
E. O. and H. M. Hughes have sold
out their entire interests bore,and have
gone to Portland their former home.
The (). K. it N. Co. has a largo force
of men employed here, in cutting and
loading ice for the La Grande station.
Tlley say it will take about one hun
Surveyor .1. XV. Kimbrell has boon
compelled to cease operations for the
present on account of the severe weath
er, leaving quite a number of engage
If. O. Gorhiun, of the firm of Gorlinm
it Kothehild, has purchased tho line
residence and furniture of II. M.
Hughes, and is now a permanent res
ident of this place.
Mrs. II. Norman, a former resideut
of Union, who for the prist several
years has been living in Washington
Territory, arrived hero n few days ago
to spend the winter with her daughter,
Mrs. J. W. Kimbrell,
Our district school has been suspend
ed for an indefinite time, for fear the
diphtheria would get among tho schol
ars, as Mr. Smith, whoso little daugh
ter died of that dread ditease last, week,
has moved his family into town.
C. M. Ivollog. of linker City, has a
corps of engineers hero surveying for
a mill race on Anthony crock, and tho
location for a Hume from tho mill sito
to the railroad, in which to tloat down
their lumber. When completed it will
bo one of the best paying invcstmentB
in this valley.
You are feeling depressed, your nppptito
is poor, you nrc bothered with llcadnche,
you are figctty, nervous, rind generally out
of sorts, aud want to lnucr. up. Uraco up,
but not with titlnuilcnti, spring aiodUlues,
or bitters, which have for their basis very
i heap, had whiskey, and which stimulate
you for ati bonr, and then leave you In
worse condition than lieore. What you
want Is an alternative that will purify your
blood, start healthy action of Liver and
Kidneys, restore your vitality, and glvo re
newed health and strength. Such a medi
cine you will find lu Electric Bitters, anil
ouly CO cents a bottle at Wright's drug stort',
Frank Jlro'H Implement Co., of Isl
and City, carry tho largest stock of
standard implements to bo found iu
Eastern Oregon. Their terms and pri
ces, defy competition. They always
have on hand extras and repairs) for
goods they sell, which i.s a matter of
great importance to tho purchaser, 5
Montana bus not had u business fail
ure tiid year, In it has been built
800 miletf of railroad. Gold, silver and
copper has been taken out to tho
amount of 120,000,000. It produced
moro than one-half the copper pro
duced iu tho United States. Its stock
interests are already ipimcnsc, und in
creasing. For refusing to obey an injunction
Jseutid by u judge, tlio mayor and tan
members of tho city council of Lin
coln, Nebraska, have been arrested
and put in jail for coutcropt of court.
At Oakland, Illinois, a supposed
dead woman who bad been drowned
and put in bur coffin, uwoko aud gav
birth to a boaltby male child, Both
aro doing well.
Sidney Dillon succeeds Elijah;
Smith as president of tug Or
Transcontinental Co, It has b
known for some lima past that a change
would be made in the naaaagemoiit.
It was believed tbat Hwiry VUluid
MVtrkl wxWvd to ihv yJvy. '