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THE OREGON SCOUT.
AMOS K. JONES
City and County Official Paper.
Thursday, April 4th. 1880.
A Phniim:to.v lawyer has the words
"Temple of Justice" painted over his
office door, lie hasn't been mobbed
"Wj: understand that .Air. F. C. Slid
dlcton will havcjhnrgo olourcsleenied
contemporary ncross the street, here
after. Uki'Jikskntativk Joi: is trying to
justify his actions in tlio legislature by
u column and a half article in the
county papers. We have- not taken
the trouble to rend it.
Tins servants sent by the people of
Union county to represent them in
the legislature nrc now facetiously
nlludcd to as "our misreprcsentatives,"
which is rather suggestive and not al
Tin: Secretary of the Interior has
appointed George P. Litchfield, of
Salcin, Or., special Indian agent for
the Pacific coast. This position pays
$2000 per annum, with traveling ex
penses, and $3 per day for subsistence
while traveling. There aro but six of
these agents in the country.
"Vi: have beon fortunalo enough to
securo the services of an experienced
newspaper writer whoso trenchant pen
will keep our readers posted each week
on mining developments, and tho out
look of tho mineral regions of Union
county. An interesting letter from
him appears in this issue, and will ap
pear each week hereafter.
IhiOTiiKit Irwin, who took editorial
charge of tho Wliangdoodle a few
months ago amid such a nourish of
trumpets and tho complacent procla
mation that "tho fittest will survive,"
has run his course. Metaphorically
speaking, ho has dropped his tail be
tween his legs and skulked out of tho
journalistic- arena. Ho has lasted
fully as long as wo thought ho woidd
after rending his first issuo. Vnle,
Is tho land grants made to the new
states it is provided that all school
lands shall sell for .$10 an acre. In
Oregon school lands havo not brought
overhand often less. If tho lands
this stale owned had been kept and
sold for what they are actually worth,
tho irreducible school fund would fig
ure up millions where now wo havo
thousands. School lands could havo
averaged .flO an aero easily, and there
was no need to sell beforo tlioy would
bring that much. Why is it that pub
lic intorests aro trilled with while each
individual interest is made tho most
of? School lands havo been bought
and sold on speculation, and those
who havo bought generally havo real
ized fully $10 if thoy cared to sell.
Tim La Grande Journal suggests a
mooting of tho business men of Maker
City, Union La Grande and Pendleton
to try to securo reduced freight rates
to these points from the East, so as to
put thorn on an equality with Port
laud. This is a good idea, and under
other oirouiiiBtances tho Union pooplo
would stand in, but just now wo havo
.11 scheme that beats it all to pieces.
Wo aro trying to raise a subsidy to in
duce a man by tho name of Hunt to
build a branch of tho Northern Pacific
in here. If wo Buceecd, it will not bo
necessary for tho business men of tho
towns above mentioned to combine in
order to got redross from a thioving
railroad company, .Itihtico will bo
accorded them without tho asking.
Tim La Grande Journal propounds
u very pertinont question as follows:
What Is I.a (Iratiilonohig to do this sum
mer In thu way of building improvements?
During tho winter everyhoilv was talking
of erfillng brick hiuitu-hs blocks, Now,
nobody Mieuis to know unythlng about any
Wo would like very much to answer
tho question, but in view of tho fact
that La Grande has been going to
havo olectrio lights, and still gropes in
darkness without o much as a coal !
oil lamp; aud that it has beon going
to have street cars, a big hotel, u pub
lic hall, a (louring mill, etc., etc., etc.,
and nono of them havo luutcriiklUed
yet; and it hnH boon going to movo
tho Hot Lake into town, but hasn't
yet, wliilo tho populace go unwashed,
wo can hardly tell what La Grande is
going to do, and will only say in m
spouse to tho question : Damfweknow.
THE WAV IT J.OOKH.
The La Grande Gatettr Ny
Sincc the Scout has assumed Jin- )! of
doing tho worrying for La (irand- lucan-i'
of the luiildingof it branch roml M Wallowa
it might )(ssll)l derive some ix'iieHt in
trying to dfocover what uorpe cfl'iet Mioh
a road would have upon La Grnmlo than
tho building of tho Hunt mint would hare
upon Union. If the Wallowa road will up
the life nut of La (irande what will futon
have left after the Nandriilpv and the Cove
have also had a cap picrt'.'
We will just, pay that in our opinion
the building of a branch from La
Grande to Wallowa means the concen
tration of capital and trade at gome
natural cenlor in that section of tho
county, probably Summerville, and
that La Grande, situated as it is in an
inaccessible nook of the valley, near
tho county line, must certainly stiller.
Tho building of the Hunt road
through the county by way of the
town of Union, which ia situated in
the exact center of the county, means
the establishment of woolen mills and
manufactories of every kind that the
country is now in need of, on the-magnificent
water powers of this place.
It means the location of the county
scat at this place for all timo to come.
It mcaus a united county extending
from the the rich mineral deposits in
the Pine creek mountains on tho south
to endless forests of timber that covor
the llltio mountains on the north. It
means prosperity to tho entire county
and to tho town of Union because of
its central location, and other advan
tages. That is tho way wc havo it figured
out. A very short timo will demon
strate whether we are right or wrong.
Wo sincerely hope our predictions will
provo truo in every particular.
3 mTTXJJM-i ; i
ritoTiiOTioN rem tjii: rAitamn.
Tho farmer must bo protected
whether ho fancies it or not, and to en
sure him the benefits of protection the
binding-twino trust was dovizod. It
is organized for tho philanthropic pur
pose of controlling tho supply and
price of an indispensablo article. The
vast wheat fields of tho west consume
in harvest timo enormous quantities
of this twino on which tho present
tariff exacts a duty of thirty-firo per
cent ad valorem, and from which tho
Mills bill proposed to take oil' ton per
cent. Tho twino men, encouraged by
tho unconscionable incrcaso of duty
proposed by tho senate bill, havo com
bined to tako the fullest advantage
of tho opportunity wlTich will be af
forded them should tho senate bill be
come u law in tho next congress.
According to tho republican method
of protecting tho farmer, the duty is
to bo forty per cent ad valorem on tho
most expensive kind of twine, and
about two hundred on tho least ex
pensive. Tho manipulations of tho
trust may send tho prico of binding
twino up, next summer, to a figure
that will place it out of tho reach of
tho farmer, unless he is prepared to
mortgage his harvest to obtain a sup
ply of an article that is iiulispen sable
for his 'work.
A IV ISM I.AAV.
Tho wisest law pasted by any legis
lative assembly for a long timo is tho
one passed by the Maino legislature
pioviding fieo text books for pupils in
tho public schools. Tho public schools
are tho bulwarks of tho nation, and in
them every child should be allowed
the opportunity of obtaining a com
mon school education. To bring
about this greatest and most desirable
of all needed results, tho free school is
not sufficient without free books. Ilo
cause a child is tho olhpring of poor
parents is not its fault, and ho whould
not sutler tho penalty by being com
pelled to grow up in ignorance.
Without free schools .and free hooka,
many an otherwise bright child is not
atlbrded an opportunity for tho devel
opment of the mental aud moral and
social faculties, because its father was
a worthless, drunken vagabond. A
child is not responsible for its parent
age. Wo hope tho timo will come
when every state anil territory in tho
Union will havo adopted tho free mo
of school books, and oompulxory ut
tuudauco at school of all children bo
low a specified age, and, following this
wo would havo a national law making
ability to road and write a nouoaaury
requisite to the use of the ballot. "In
a Republic ignorance is a crime."
W. .1. iSnodgrius and Cae Uaker, of
La (irande, tiro now in Washington
city, presumably fur the purpuu of
milking thu powors that he, think that
they aro representative citiicn out
hero and should ho rveogniml. It w
said that Huoddy has his oyo tingle to
11 )ostolllco and that Cugo wuuU to be
governor of it territory. Huoddy re
mind us of hub Don (vuioU and
Cac,o is nut Ullllke Snm lio l'aiu i. Dy
till) wuy, Sincho gut to he gnu 1 nor,
A .MIAUIisriiAKIAX SCHOLAK.
We would as soon think of welcom
ing to our office any renegade and liar
in the country as that newsimppr
monstrosity known as tho Portland
Orrrjonian, and would havo as much
confidence in what we learned from
one as the other. Occasionally, how
ever, our exchanges copy something
fiom its columns that amuses us as
showing the pompous ignorance of the
tub of egotism and entrails that docs
duly a its editor. In a recent edito
rial wherein he exhibits his venom
toward many honorable northern gen
eralB who contributed to tho Texas
home for confederate soldiors, he works
in his knowledge of Shakespeare in
.lark Faint aft" was a cowardly soldier, but
he spoke the truth when he nalil he "served
bravely who came off tho broach with his
pike bent bravely." and there lie thousands
of bravo Union veterans who did stout nol
dlmldp, came oil' tho broach with their
pikes bravely bent and yet without a seri
Tho ridiculousness of this) fcimile
dawns painfully on all readers convci
sant with Shakespeare, and to those
who aro not it will bo a source of
amusement to rend the fourth scene of
King Henry IV, wherein the brave
PalstaiTnnd Doll Tear-Sheet hold con
verse with each other. If the tub of
o and e inpicstion would "come oil"'
with his "pike" disabled, it would be a
decided relief to a great many people.
J-AMKS C. DOW,
Attorney at Law,
Land Business Promptly Atten
ded to Before the U. S. Offices.
&3rMlning claims bought and sold on
commission. .Minus examined and repor
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TDK insTOItY CO., 72:1 Market St.
Han Krancisco, Cal.
NOTICE FOIl l'UHLICATION.
Land Oitioii at La (Iraniu;, Oiuiciox,)
February, 2(1. 1S8!). )
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settlor hits filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in siiiiport of her
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the register and receiver at La (Irande,
Dragon, on Apr 12. 18!), viz:
Ds. No. 7(107, for theSYV SW K tfco5.SK
Vt SK 14 See. (I, NK K X K Sec 7 and X W
) XW See S, Tp. 7 H, K 12 K, W. M.
Ho names tho following witnesses to
prove h!s continuous residence upon and
cultivation of, said land, vi:
John MeClnrg, .lames Hulick, Albert
Wright, Seigle Coll'mau, all of Medical
Anv pen-on who desires to protest against
the allowance of such proof, or who knows
of any substantial reason, under the law and
the regulations of the Interior Department,
why Mich proof should not bo allowed, will
be given an opportunity at the above men
tinned time and place to cross-examine tho
witnesses of sail! claimant, aud to oiler evi
dence in. rebuttal of that submitted by
NOTICE l-'OK PUBLICATION.
Land Okfick at La tiiiANiu:, Obkoox, )
March 7, ISM), f
Notice ts hereby given that the following
named settler hs tiled notice of his iutun
tion to makti final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will lie ni.vlo br
foro the register and receiver ut La (i ramie,
Oregon, 011 April 20,Usii, u :
Is u' Vaxobvinticii,
Hd. No. 27Wi, for theX K' , Sco. !M, Tp. f tj.
U. tl K. 1
lie names the following witne-sso to
prove his oontluiious - residence, upon and
cultivation of, said laud, via:
(!. It. Marshall. Moses Vumlnvnute'r.
Samuel VaudevHiitvr and Kuorli South, all
of I'niou. Oregon,
Any person who dwircs to protest against
the allowance of such proof, or who knows
of any substantial reason, under the law
ami reirulatlons of the Interior Dcrmremeut.
! wliv kiioli m-ituf sliiuilil nut lui iiIIdwihI. will
bo given tiu opportunity at the ttbuvc men
tioned time and plane to cm evainine tho
witness of said cluiiuuut, nud to offer
evidence in rebuttal of that Huhmitted by
XOTICtt Of I'OUIMSITITKK.
Cork ii on a, Union Coiwtv, Ouiiuo.n.i
Fi-bruury 1, tffeO. (
To W. T. Hurdett nud Mrs.Jns. Andenou:
You lire hereby untitled that t Imvecx
1 tended uno liutidrvd dollar in labor and
Imprmeuu'iiu niton the Spot IakIc, situated
in Granite Mining DMrlci. l'ni"ii County,
Oregon, 11s wld upix'itr by certificate Died
June -VI ti, lvj, in tho t.lhVo uf the He-
, corticr of "aid enmity. 111 imli r to hold ld
Mem , uiiile!" the pii'Vlooiis of Soot ion
; v:W. lteilmd Muttltwi of the C nited States,
In !).' the .uiiiii ..I r iuired t 1 b.it.l tin anie
, .1 1 l In- v .1 1 kiIi )j I'eet iiiU r .1-1, UM,
I and, tl vi I in iu niiioly (Hi)) day t'ler the
' publication of this notice, x on fail or refuse
to contribute wmr proportion i ix h a-
pc;ulitU"e u o i her, ml' ;i n ! m h il
claim u ill U c. me lb. j . n i 1 1 i tin miO
, iil er i.nlci -ui i -c tiMii 'J.c'l.
C. J. IU Y KY.
f. J l. 1 11 , Agent ... iin
II:meIie for Kent.
7JII)S WILL UK ISKCEIVEP BY T1IK
JL undersigned, up to the lTih iluv f
April. 18MI, for the rent of the -Half Vi av
Houe''oii the Pine ( reek iva.l. for one
year. This is the liest djhv ram-he in tuo
eountrv. and Kidso tin- hot point on the
road fern Mopping place tor traveler. It
bring jnt half wav from Unio i and Baker
city", to Cornueopiti. Oon 1 well, kio
ven-room hou-e with kit'-lien. Stsble
room for ''.) head of li'irso. , and other im
provement. Rhrlit rc-' v.' 1 to rejft any
or nil bid-. A. L. i:ATOX.
3-21-tfi l'ni n. Oregon.
All persons having cluims against the es
tate of W. T. Ficklln, leeeed. are liereby
notified to present tin same, duly vcrillcd
nreordlng to law, to the undersigned, ad
ministrators of the last will and testament
of said W. T. Fieklin, within six months
from the date hereof, ut their residence In
'he town of Union. Union rotinty, Oregon.
Dated this 10th day of March, ISM).
X. F. FICKLIX,
S. D. FICKLIX.
"VTOTICK IS IIKltKllV (1IVUX THAT
JL the endersigncd. living 4XA milc north
of island City, has this 17th day of January,
18S!). taken tip and posted according to law,
the following dexeribed cstray, to-wit :
Olio brown gelding, ." years old, about I t
hands bi''h, white strip in face, hind feet
white, branded X on left hip.
The above dc-ciiOcd animal was apprais
ed at ?20.O0 by T. U. Jones, J. P. for Island
IM4 W. O. IIUXTK1!.
7TOTICK IS HKKKNY OIVKX THAT
X the partnership heretofore existing be
tween ISoolhe .t Voder, in the livery stable
bu-inoss. is tills day. March 13th, 1889, dis
solved. Mr. Voder rctiiyu and the business
will he cariied on by L. J. Pontile, into
whose hands all accounts are placed for
collection. L. .1. ROOTIIU.
ALL FRKSOXS HAVIXO CLAIMS
against the e-tate of John Carr, deceas
ed, are liereby notified to present the same
duly verified according to law, to the under
signed, administrator oi the late will and
testament of said John Carr, within six
months from the ditto hereof, at his resi
dence near Island Citv, Union county, Ore
gon. Dated this 20th dav of March, 18ff).
.'I. J. Gill MMI5TT,
TAKEN UP. '
"VTOTICK IS IIKItKllY OIVKX THAT
IS the undersigned, living at Cove, Un
ion county, Oregon, lias "his Kith ilay of
March, b8), taken up and posted accord
ing to law, the following described ctray,
One bay mare, 7 or 8 years old, l.'i hamW
high, branded with a letter J on right
The above described mare vis appraised
at $10.00 by It. 15. Sanborn, .1. 1. lor Cove
precinct. K. 1. McDAXIKL.
rpAKKX III', by the undersigned, living
.1 about live miles southeast of Klgin.
Union county, Oregon, this 8th day of
March. KSSI). one bay horse, about 8 years
old, weigiitt-00 or '.)0() pounds, small star in
forehead, branded 21 on left shoulder.
The above described estrav was appraised
at.f:;0.00 bv J. K, Johnson; J. P., on the
ISth day or March. 18fl).
1, Kniil (nif, being first duly sworn, say
that 1 am the taker-lip of the above de
scribed animal, and that I ported the same
iiccortlingto law, on the istli dav of March,
18-i). KMIL (JHAF.
.Subscribed and sworn to before me this
1Mb dav of March, 18,)
:i-28 ' J. It. Joii.nxi.n, J. P.
rPAKKX UP, by the undersigned, living
.1. about eight 'miles southeast of Klglu,
Union county, Oregon, this 2Mb day of
February, ls.s',), one b.iy mare, with white
strip in the face, both hind feet white, no
brands preceptilile, about !! years old this
spring. One black mare with white spot in
forehead, some saddle marks, branded on
left shoulder can't tell what, about 8 or i)
The above described animals were ap
praised by J H. Johnson. J. 1. on the IIMli
day of March, issu, as follows: Tlu bay
mare, at 2." and the black at .fit.
1, K. (i. Taylor, being first duly sworn,
say that I am tho taker-up of the above de
scribed animals, and that 1 ported tiie nmo
according to law on the l'.ltli dav of March.
188!), K. G. 'lWYLOK.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
10th day of March. 18SI).
J. It. Johnson, J. P.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lank Ofkicb at La Okandb Orfoo.v,)
Mureh 2L IS8!). f
Notice is hereby given that lliu following
utimed settlor has tiled notice of his in
tentions to make final proof iu support of
ids claims, and that Mild proof will be
made beforo tho reit.'r and receiver at La
(irande, Oregon, on May Kl, 1880. viz:
Wim.i m Mi iih w,
D. H. Xo. 7301. for the X XK'-,' and KWW
X K',, and SKK X WK See 1, Tp. .'t S, 11 10 Is.
Ho nnm 's tiie following witnesses to
prove bis continuous residence upon and
cultivation of -aid land, viz:
L. A. Holiortsoii, A. Cockrell, Wade
Shelton and John Munuiiey, nil of Union,
Any person who desires to protest ligahiht
the allowance of such proof, or who knows
of any substantial rtutfou, under the law and
the regulations of the Interior Department,
why such proof should not b. allowed, will
be given an opportunity ut tho above men
tioned time and jihiew to cross-examine the
witnesses of said claimant", and to oiler
evidence in rebuttal of that submitted by
llKARY Itl.VKU KWl
NOTICE FOH PITHLICATION.
Lku Omen at La (i:axiu;. Oiii.on.i
March 21. HWi. .
Xotlco is luroby given rtmt tiie f illow sng
iiamed settler has tiled notice of his Inten
tion to niaku final proof in support of ids
claim, and that said pro if will be made be
fore the roglnter ami rt-iclver at La (irande,
Oregon, on May 3, LSSU, vU:
D. S. X. SSCfi, for tho W'h SWM Sec. 27,
Tp. OS. It. h K.
Ho names the following wiinoMH's to
prove hU routlmioti resilience upon and
cultivation ot, said land. U:
ClmrltK M. Waterbury, L an ier J. Kur
giuou. Leww I, Jeiuituji" and Joseph liv
uu, all of New llrldge, I'liiuii iviiuiy, Ore.
Any person who declrM lo pro:i n?nint
the idlowunoe of such proo, or who kuoivi
iif any iib-!..iiti'il i .i-iin i.- 'b-r the law
and the nv.iliiil.u.. m lb.- Inierior lyjrrt
lueut why uch pisnif should n( lw allowed
ill be given nil oppo'lliniiV .it iIu .iImhi
llieiitioiii'd liiue ulid pi iv lo i ni- i-.imiiui
the wltlie-ne of Mil. I t l.t in.iu: , .1 1 1 !i o'Ver
1 iijeiiec 111 i. Initial i: I a' -'.'i 1 in. I l
II N Kl ' I!
.- wii I.. . ',
OheaD end Ocsirable
LIST ODJ1 S-A-Gr-A.I3STS.
1 OO A ACltlSS OF LMrKOVEl) LAND, fourteen miles north of Union;
JLOiU 200 ncres farming land ; 200 acres in meadow and balance suititylo
for meadow'or pasture; good fences and cross-fences; good buildings, orchard
and plenty of water. A good home for desirable husbandry. Price if 15.00 per
acre; one-fourth down and balance on three and live year's timo.
1 QfifS "ACRES, twelve miles north of Union, in Cove; GOO acres grain and
lUU meadow land, balance pasture; well improved ; good fences, build
ings, and plenty of water, a good orchard, etc ; plenty of good limber joining
same on tho east. An excellent farm for diversified husbandry.
o OA ACRES, eleven miles north of Union, in Covo; 200 acres in cultiva
dJ tjon ; good fences, buildings, etc. A lino farm. Trice $0,000.
OflAACRES, ton miles from Union, in Covo; 1G0 acres under cultivation;
-XJ wen improved. Price $25.00 per acre.
8 OA ACRES, ten miles north of Union; all tillable land; unimproved.
Price $15.00 per acre.
A ffl A ACRES, two and one-half miles northwest from Union ; all grain and
JJ n,ea,iow land; well improved. Price $25.00 per aero.
Q( ACRES, ono milo west of Union; fine grain or meadow land. Prilta
SUfi.OO tier aero. 1
The foregoing aro some of tho bargains 1 oiler in real estate. These lands
aro till situated in the celebrated
Crancfe Ronde Val3ey,
Union County, Oregon, noted for fertility of soil, hcalthfulncns of climate, con
venience of timber, and plenty of water, supplied by numerous streams ilowing
from adjoining mountains and springs.
Is tho county teat of tho county, situated in tho southern portion of tho val
ley, and two miles from the O. . Sc N. Company's depot. It is beautifully lo
cated on a clear, running stream of water, ailbrding excellent manufacturing
facilities. A largo agricultural ecction, and the mines of Sanger and Cornuco
pia districts, just now coming into notoriety, are tributary to Union.
Correspondence solicited. Address:
B. F. WILSON,
A iV.;;r-, r:0 P.i-;cs, I5T) TH'jstra Lions, (VIhiiius
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Tho r.;;uUr orico of that oaoor is now. nml mllrnntinnn tn lm fti n i.no t, n,n
n, buns di'iroua of ftddiucf to their list nf Rnlicnrtlinrd til tills KAnlin,, lm v.. mflrln
The amouut for both papers should bo sent direct, to us by I O. Order, Postal
Not, or otherwise, and wo bhull order tho publishers to mail SIFTINUS from New
lork to you for one j tar.
Call, or writo to this office, and ycu will get a sauiplo copy of SIFTINUS.
Aihhv.-: Tin: Ui.i.,oN Suu r, Union, Oregon.
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ln Doors ml
Kt-epi. Consuwitly on hand a Law Supply of -
Bedding, Desks, Office Furniture, etc.
allure Hade .
E-Somes in the West!
ol TEXAS SIFTIXt.S.
n. limii.i ,.rin,i
and Dealers in-
Parlor ai Befl
!.Mtrinc dune to order.
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