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THE ORECOft SCOUT.
AMOS K. JONKH
City and County Official Paper.
Friday, December , iSKT.
IIEPM2SEXTA Tl VKS
The following hums nhoiit Oregon
rcpri'seutiHives iiutl their ( loin -.'a and
plans were telegraphed Iroin Wiifh
itijttou lust .M and i :
At the ltr-t opportunity u t t
Mitehull will inli'oiluri! the h:iw liill
which ho pre-enfert hist yc ir, to repi.'.il
nil la.w.s, whether treaties or net of
Conffrc.ss. which permit Chine.!! im
iiilfrratiiui. Ill' snyn the oencral ini-pre-ision
that tti hillwould prohibit or
prevent coiimiciTC hetween China and
the Culled States U erroneous. It will
onlv indirectly have a hearing on the
trade relation (if the two countries,
monopoly, it i just such a reiila-i
tion r defends ti-li in spawning time. '
as protects doer in the breeding sea-
son, n preserve the game bird from
i... .. .. 1 1 i.n.r.i . i
iin: m i 1 1 ii 1 1 1 f '- uiiiieiiu- vinmjt iiru
hatched nud rca'-od, and as wives I
lorestn from lire and ax.
"Out of this pi enervation has grown,
'ii dispute i.ver the status of iiuhring's
a; closed water-, a.id our point
may have to be yielded; hut il so, we .
may still puixie scieiiiitic slaughter i
, upon the hiudinir grounds of tin; seal, j
, and the hunt' in the open.wa'er cannot
" Itiil now it is proposed to open
the ground-' to all comer-, under a
lack of conditions that will permit any
sort of protection, fir the present,
navy of (hi I'liited States,, if located
in thu-c distant regions, could not
' police against the cunning of the
! iiivriail ot seal-hunters who will
ravage the rookery. Wo do not
'. think such policy wise. All men may
read its 'esulN in the extinction of life
: seal on all the landinir grounds within
; the jurwlirtion of Great IJritain."
MRS. J. C. SUMMERS, UNION, OREGON,
-DE A LEU JX-
ilhi'y'Ii "!VvUlK,ll, T'ir0'!!1'"". ; I carry the newest, cheapest arid most fashionable line of Millinery Goods in this country.
land where t!iev are jlefeiiseles.-..
THEY ARE FROM THE FOUNTAIN-HEAD OF FASHION.
: Ladies' dress hats, from 65 c. upwards. Bustles, 15 c. and upwards, Also a complete
j line of Jerseys, Hosiery, Gloves, Dress Trimmings, etc.
Corner Main and A St's.
in so far as it absolutely prohibits the i l Hi" statement uiKiouiiu'diy presents
coming of Chinese to this country ex- I 'he H'lUli of the miller, ami it -liotihi
cept those who come in (Jover mil 1 recei.-e t!ie prompt and active attention
capacities. .John Sherman i. Chair- of every prr.Min interested, and that
man of the Senate Committee on For- means the whole country .Jerrtld-
eign Ifelatioiis. and as he desires to ! fhxsciiumdor
oleasu both the East and the West in .
his action on the Chinese mirslion, it j (.'ongre-s met la-t .Monday for the
is not probable that he will go to the I purpose, we suppose, of inflicting
length reached by Senator Mitchell's ' upon the publie lis wasted eneigies in
hill. Il is understood that. Senator doing soiuelhin;.' wonderfully foolish.
Sherman is in favor ot some amend- ; That. i about Ihejsi.e of these aunaual
ments to tnc present law which will i inflictions. We suppose eyerv niein
effeetually u.Ncltidf Chinese laborers . her has irone puffed up with his own
Ironi this country . and which at the , great importance and believing he will
same time will not otfeud the sent!- ' be the man above all others, to whom
ments of the East. ; the I'uited States owes its present
Senator Mitchell will introduce a j existence. We trust, however, that
bill to protect purchasers of land trom ! the pre-ent couirres-. may be one
tJ e Northern l'acillc railroad in ca.e , who-e everv action shall be the out
growth of true ami unselfish wisdom;
that everything done shall he of the i pi rsin tmiii.'t ui-'Tt?
SI'LENDIl) IMIOTO AMUJMS,
m rt j nil 7'2 3 T.
there is a forfeiture of the laud granted ;
to that corporation between Walla '
Walla and Portland. He willalo in- J
troduce a bill to reimburse those ,
settlers who were compelled to pay !
ml'.Mi an acre tor public laud u ilhin the ,
limits of the land grants which siibe- I
ipientlv been me forfeited, the settlers ,
l'lii-i'ii'Iiii' mi 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 r. hv (lit lilli '
of railroads because none were built,
while other public land has been sold
at I .!'.' per acre; a bill to provide tor
the appropriation of 6U ,:tof), ()()() for
continuing the improvements at the
mouth of the Columbia river; a No
H7i), (MX i for the improvement of the
dock ol the Caseiides, and appiopii
ations for Ynipiiun and Coos bays,
lie will introduce the bill which was
favorably reported by a Senate committee-
dining the last session of cun
gresc approjiriating ?.'( Hi. Olio for the
construction of a boat, railroad at the
Dulles of the Columbia.
Representative Thompson, of (lie
Kirst California district, has been here
a number of (lays, lie is becoming
familiar with tlieVoutiue worl; in the
departments, and he has outlined
much of his work for the coining ses
sion, lie desires to be placed on the
committee ou river ami harbor. Ceu.
Vauderver also prefer this committee
to any other. Hermann ot Oregon
also desires a place ou the same com
mittee. For a number of years Cal
ifornia lias been represented on this
committee. in the last congress
Markham served upon it . Of all
committees on which it is possible!'
I aliforma or the nieific coast to
liliicn, this is the most desirable oiu
ei. ,....., ....
IIUIIII.'.silll H II II I '
e desire to inform our patrons and the public generally, that, in addition to our regular and oompletu stock of GROCERIES,
(iiCNI'S' FITKNISIJINU (JOOI)S, VARIETY (K)ODS, JEWELRY, etc.. We have just received an immense invoice of Unique
in Endless Variety. Selected Personally, For the Trade of This Vulley, and of Stylew Knliruly New Here, coiiM&tiug in part of
fi I. ASH WARE,
inosi wholesome kind, and that all its
enactments may be made free from
thoc complexities which so often roll-
dertheni almost, void of utility.
Sen. Dolph intends io introduce an j
amendment -to the cnusiiiuliou ot the ;
Lnited Slates at the coming scsion of
congress relative to general legislation
in regard to marriage and divorce.
I lis auieuduieut will have a bearing
on the admission of Utah as a Stale.
Ilesavs however, lie won hi be on- I
posed to the admission of Utah, even
if his amendment were adopted. Fol
lowing is the text of his innendiiient :
Congress shall have power to legis
late upon the subject of marriage and
divorce, general laws applicable alike
to all siales and territories, and i
neither bigamy nor polygamy shall j
exist or be permitted within the Tniled j
Stales or any place subject to their I
jurisdiction. ' !
The heavy law-suits that grew out
of Hie lailuiv of W. 1 Owen's, mana
ger of the Granger's Miisiness Associ
ation of Rosohurg, 1iave nearly all
been decided against the farmers ot
Douglass county, who were his j
sureties. Many 'of the.se have been!
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, FIVE HUNDRED DOLLS, TOYS, TOYS, TOYS.
SHELL CURIOSITIES, ROYS' WAGONS, RIStiUE STATUARY.
CUPS AND- SAUCER, SCRAP ROOKS, ELEGANT SCRAPS, CHILDREN'S' ROOKS,
UNIQUF CLOCKS CIGAR STANDS, WORK ROXES. PICTURE FRAMES,
VASES and BASKETS, MECHANICAL TOYS, LADIES' SATCHELS, KALIEDOSCOPES, and
iX -A- 3? -A- IsT IE 3 IE GOODS and CUBIOS1TIES.
According to our usual custom, to show our appreciation of the Liberal Patronage we
have received from the people of this vicinity, we have com
pleted arrangements for
U MM) I!) Biiffl
everv DOLLAR'S WORTH of goo ln bouglil of us during the remainder of the vear, o n- jiatrom will receive a ticket which will give them a
1 chance to SECURE ONE OR ALL OF THE FOLLOWING BEAUTIFUL PRESENTS:
Elegvnt Lamp, w rth.flO.
Od painting, LMxF.O
One set glassware
Pair ladies' sleeve. buttoiiH
Prize nth. Bill butterdish
" (ith. Pair elegant vases
" 7th. Pliirh autograph album
" 3th. Framed picture, loxiiO
Drawing to take place December 31st, at 7 o'clock, P. M-.
Prize '.I'll. One fcr.ip album.
" lO.h. Pr. .ncnts' tlvevc butto;
" lltb. Ctjt.d ciiinport
" Pith. Set niajoliea plates
Prize 13th. One cake ttand
" 14: Ii. Set ice cream diVees
" loth. Di-e. tea.el,-M pieces.
to secure r. large
uiiproiirialion for Humhohll. lay.
Vandever is anxious to get large stuns
of money for harbors in Southern
California, and Hermann represents a
male which has many urgent claims
for improvement of its rivers and bar.
hoi's. 'The contest of these Unci!
member will undoubtedly be very
:iclii. Mr. 'Thompson called uhn
the president , yesteiday . and had a
pleasant interview with him upon
i TT?or i
I hii'.e jict i'i (Mvcil an iiiiiiu a.-o
stlli f ill'
very 'I WENTY-FIVE CENTS WORTH of goods bought of u BY THE LI TTLE FOLKS, -av will Kivo u ticket entitling them to a chance
to draw one or all of the following .splendid gilts
Prize If I,
Doll, :i feet high
One box of paints
One pair vny
Bow and arrows
WlTich were liniiht cheap, and wlpcli 1 J
will sell cheaper limn .aeli mnn i liavc ever i
liecu siiki in mi, ii.
Drawing to take place December Ulst.at 2 o'clock P. M
.sy;. i . fish i:n v itcsi-
Prize Till. One scrap album
" Sth. Book, "Cliattcr-iiox"
Tickets for this drawing will be given to NON H .BUT
Prize Otli. One basket
" 10th. SO ets. worth of candy
THE LITTLE CHILDREN.
The iinportanco of the wal lUhery
business to this country is no; tnllv
realied. and the statement that ef
fort will be made during the uet
session of congress to prtrlically de
stroy that business by (iking such
action its will (brow open the Alaska
llsherics to the world, and thus insure
thntoijil extinction of theseaN, does
not receive the notice that the import
alienor (he question demands.
A San Francisco paper hays; "The
pretext is that the monopoly of the
Alaska seal fur company mtisf be
terminated. The (act is there is no
such monopoly. 'The government
when Alanka was- purchased deter
mined to prcsei vo the fur seals from
'.'lliic(ion. It was then known es(.
v here that the fur-bearing seal was
rapidly becoming cM'mct.and would
ooii lie as unknown as the dodo. It
was known also that this was the re
sult of wasteful pursuit ot these ani
mals. The men who hlluted them
v( re interested only in u good sea
fouN catch, regardless ot u future
vt hlcli they did not i pcct to see,
"We had lt'nus already in the
- n liellellt lo my t-tsittiiit'l, I (live '"
each pni'ehiiMTtil'ii hat or lioneel, a tick
et which i!i ;ie tin in a chance to
draw (Hie I' die tnMiiwittft
1st. I'rl., 'inlii-,c tn'.i'e s. Mi f, win tli t.50
I'-'ikI. " IMiisli w lii p Ijioiiin, " 1.".')
1 :tnt ' ciiai.- t'.h ' V)
! I r.tw.i.j; to l. ji'.i e i .c lime. in
t lU' i in 'i r. I'.it.' hi n li. i' .utei'.
Rflvs. ,9. fd: CorSsiti, Prop.
i'l'.llli- ..I il , ...I'll ! .1 I I 1 11
.1 Hi' ,v , I1,..-
- - Wonderful Reduction in the Price of Boofc
Red Line Poets, 75c. Claxton Series of Novels f(k and all otlcr kinds of boi ka in proportion.
Ail goods marked in Plain Jiguros, and at least 25 per cent, cheaper than any other
house in Union county.
Orders from nil .irts of tlu country solicited. JOs'ES BIlOTIiEiJS, Cor. JUain und C Strols, Union, Oregon.
QMHrxTPQ RrA ART nr M TAT flNQ , HOWLAjyiir
Ollifi V8L! IU ULVUnilL J I S 17! a I n I isnUil " " " "
01; Till' Cl-U-BRATlil) AND OLD KHLIABI.H
J. B. PACE Tobaccos
'Tin (Jcuiunj has the Pull Name of
L I?. P VCE i n the
1 ffiil J
Keep constantly on hand a large supply of Parlor and Bed
Room Sets, Bedding, Desks, Office luirniture etc.
UPHOLSTERING Done in the' Best Style.
I VM l 'I . i.
1'iisn i.i:, r Nn. I. i 1'
"I I-''.' :i !(. I
Tr.-iKlc, Nn. ni, l.'vi'r
.it 'J 4 ' .1 in. !
ft I 1 I ( Mi
,- ii ( t. Nn.. i l.'o
1. 1 1 J "J )i ni
i:lit. No. I.'i. I.'vi-
i' 7 I'i 'i. in.
Uailtri. Miittri"c., ni l nil K ind -nlirltitt.
(Jai iirii-fs nr.-1'. -i.iu.hl
of r, rcitiiro ir.n lo
lo onlir. Your iatrnnt;o
Main Ktrcct Union Oroson.
i-l.,iin il tas arc frauds anil coiintetkits of the f.'tiiti.ui
repn Inyestment Company,
Tl( K I I S 1,1 :,u,i ,,,u" i,r'"1 -i'1'1 i""it
I J iv i u i iu (,,;,,.,! Mli.,i Can.lu 1
liuiTcniux ut' our iulaml waters hy -. . n,,!!.,,,,,, A
thritth destructhm ortliclooil iNh. h, CO'nil ' J1VM""31 ( ni'
au.lln thc.lctorcMli,,; of peat tracts iA'H nlnce VllK
hv cnrcliU(-M anil iwl wo had in- ! Hiiiiruiu siivuhsir Cnr Itvn Thr.mli
currcd the in'iiultv ot increased ariditv ! .. '"' 1mv" Tr.iins ui
and iiu-tcrity of clliuaic nud hy I QLVm!hlt
ililroyinu the haunts ot liinN had
iiiullijila'd the luect enemies ot im
Our uovci'iiincut applied thusn
CMiuiples of what to uvofd hy onieriu
upon tl.u policy of prcMU'vinif the tur
kchIs of Alaka. and that policy has
produced the lliic-l mmiI Iiuiii in the
worlil. '1'hc ucedi of commerce have
been iitet hy an adequate Mipjily,
which has hecn so carefully and scieii
tillcally withdrawn that the aiiitnaU
have iuei'ciiicd iiihtoad of diiniiiislilun
in iitiinher. To do this it was uoces
iirv to M.'i'uro systuiu und re.poust.
hlll'ty in tiilvlii: or seals, und there was
no other road lo these than the ren1
Jill,' ot the cnlrh to one company,
wlioae ojerntlm would ho policed
uiul prevented from deiremiratuitf into
it trruoily ilenrttetlon which would
wipe out thu lust roMirt ou c uth of
thin valnahlu animal, llatice it l.tint
ft N vtWWlyi u : '
TO CHliWliUS: "ESCORT," "LAST," AND "KENTUCKY SMILE'
Plug Chcwiny Tolmcco, for a FINK I.ASTINt! CHEW, have no wp-al.
Espcii.lly put up for the Pacific Coast trade arc "Last,"
"Ki:.nticky Sxiin:"aiul "Eucokt."
J. B. PACE Tobacco Co., Richmond, Va.
OK I.A OKANDE, GllEC.O.W
'Has nia.le :rr.iritj.'isii nt fir i !t:il ii Imin ,n m ,i ...i,...
i olUr.il ia K;i-u r.i utrai.
at the iovo4 rates ever
Rate of Snterest9 8, 99 & 80 per cent.
No 1-xpin.e and no!. f;iy Oaitr: rji:,,M,r ,Uvt of IIipf:in-oii A ItoRors' ilruv store.
ond ST. PAUL
Vieo of (. htir,'.' i-.'nl Withnii: '1imiik'.
("' (Miiiiiecrniii at 1'i'nlniul lot-Ntn 1 i.m
ejvotuul 1'iwl (sound ioint..
For tur lie r mril ul.trs irtpiitv of inv
AkiiiiI f the 0 iiikiii or of A. I.. Maxwell,
li. I1. iV T. A.. PoilliOHl.Uivpin.
tUON IMHtMNM. Ili'Ul N KliA.M'llM'O.
!jHlnu'.lt i t.. I. 'i;(S; nr M. uli'
hk (.iIIuwh: jullOti mi. k in liiwx ;
CoIuiihuh, Tui' I if - rM'icon, M u. I ?"?
Tvimi. X.i. , 1 i lute, IM. ,. Il
Stme. WV.i .. 1 .hiinhla. Tuo .. 1.1
I'ohuiilii s.i in iu "n, ,. it
HiHtiiii, ut m 'i i.WcU 81
K' lie. Mooihiv ,. S tk!u ni Moil ,. 1
l .I'llUi'..'':!. !u , .1 I 1 VfilM TllUr. ,.
till 1 .IV U'M'IM llll' I'.. Il' llU'llMlle
-l. .iiu. is t.r v.tiiin,. iins,
. it nn .'Mi;, , . t . m .wri.i..
I. ' M i .. .! ii p. iT. A.
Tiie Plienix Real Estate Association,
OF LA CiKANDE, OHEfiOX,
H ' liuulcnr h!ikiui.ii'n wltli mmI ivtite deal. r i'i thcF.t.to
.....--..,,,11-, i.i:i.r ii. i I ."I II l.n il, v 1 I tillil it l,i M
i ii ii- ui at
ell lnnd to Ka.stern
iirer-st to J I ice same
W. B. BE8DLErV3A, Proprietor.
Keeps e ui-titiuiy on haml a oifl ax Ttnient of i vrtMnK in Ins line, innfiuf.u ture.l
of tl.e test iiiateri.ii obtalua .le. 11 is n oil, n .ic :or "iile ilu
Best Jot of saddles, at lower j)rices than were
ever offered in Eastern Oregon,
LEAD HAKNICSS, HOUSE BLANKETS, OUlillY COMISS,
AIhi FPI.I. AOUrMKXT of SPl'JtS. WHIPS. AX1.K (JHlJAfeK. 1IAUNI&
01 1.. Ktc. lil t., ICtc., In fuel evurylhiuji uunliy kepi iu u
fj NO EXPENSE Vll AKCiED UNLESS SALE IS MADE.
; dice ri n Ii.u-im t t'oxiii any
First Glass EstabSishniesr
ta)0u 1 unl t sajuhhiiAdts 0 Main SHratt, Uhkii, Or. u
If ni Fill If IESi
(Oi'POSiTE CEXTEXNIAh HOTEL.)
8. ELUOTTr, - Proprietor.
nv Tern Very KeoionaWc.
1 .i h
Bliss to and ! 'ii.ni tU V.m$ tOiiacction witlv nH Trains.