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An Intcrcntiny Lotic-r From Our Kcgii
Mny 24, 18S9.
Eniroii Okkoon Srotrr:
Whim it wus nmiouiiced with all
certainty n week ago that the presi
dent had agreed upon the: selection of
Attorney-General .Miller for the va
cancy upon tho supremo bench, tlic
other eandidatc3 decorously withdrew,
with iih little hitternes! an possible.
But it appears that after tho unlucky
president thought hi had made up
his mind ho woko up to a realization
of the fact that it wnu not actually and
finally niado up. Thinking it over
again, it strikes him that the clcvivtiou
of Attorney-General Idillor would look
too much liko the icsult of u deal,
made before inauguration, by which
Mr. Millor was to get tho first vacancy
in tho supreme court and make room
in the cabinet for whoever could bo
decided upon as tho most available
man. Except Mr. Clarkson, present
assistant Postmaster-General, no man
is particularly urged for cabinet hon
ors. On tho other hand tho presence
of his old friend and law partner in
his cabinet is an anchor to the presi
dent. IIo knows that in his loyally,
iitleiut, there is no guile. Mr. Miller
hinuelf says nothing about his
chances; he simply yearns in silcneo
for an assistant justiceship.
Looking away from Mr. Miller and
not finding the Now York delegation
as hot after the pluco as it usually is
after all places, Mr. lfarrison'8 eye
naturally rests next on Indiana. And
there he finds u candidate in tho per
son of Judge Woods, of tho Pcdcral
court. .1 ud go Wood's reputation ends
with tho holders of his state, as Chief
Justice Fuller's fame was limited to
the lower courts in Chicago beforo his
selection. But Judge Woods is never
theless an able man and has done
wonders for tho party in his state.
His elevation is most important of all,
moro desired by tho representative'
men of Indiana than that of Mr. Mil
ler would bo.
If Mr. Miller nevertheless succeeds
in obtaining the coveted honor, Secre
tary Noblo will probably be transferred
to the Department of Justice, where
his recognized legal ability and care
ful attention to detail would earn him
full mead of fame. In tho interior
Department, with its hodge-podgo col
lection of bureaus that bear no possi
ble relation one to tho other, there is
no harmony and too much work. It
if! a department that demands tho tcr
vicos of an experienced butinetfi man
and politician and u man who has
been a long time in national public
life. Such a man, unfortunately, Mr.
Noble is not. Such a man Mr. Clark
son, tho piesent Assistant Postmastcr
GoiiLral, certainly is, and his elevation
to tho Secretaryship of tho Interior
would bo pleasing to his patty.
You don't seo to many of tho ideal
Texas gentlemen as you did a score of
yea:s ago. Lust week 1 saw ono of
thcHO gentlemen como in to seo Post-uiai-ter-Goneral
Wanamaker. His wide
soft hat was in his hand, his long hair
and moustache and iinpeiial were
black as night, and on his wide ex
panse of shirt front a big cluster dia
mond pin rested. His carriage was
graceful and his address smooth and
convincing, llo only wanted to tell
Mr. Wanainaker why tho postmaster
at his town should ho removed at onco
and a republican friend of his appoint
"But I have promised Bow Mr.
Blank, of your pluco, that tho present
incumbent shall ho retained."
The Texan looked faint. "What
has that sky pilot got to do about it?"
Tho secretary was shocked, and pro
ceeded to tell his visitor that "sky
pilot" was an otl'onsivo and improper
term to employ and wound up with
an exhaustive lectuto on the import
ance of preachers in polities. Tho dis
gust in tho Texan's face grow deeper
and deeper, but ho said nothing, llo
had wilted. Tho spirit that forty
lights hud not vanquished, oozed out
nt his lingers ouds. When ho rejoined
n party of waiting Lono Star friends
in tho corridor, he could only tell
them brokenly his tale of woe. A look
of lunilled astonishment came over
their faces, and as ho concluded there
, burst forth tho wildest tirado of swear
ing that I over heard, although I knew
old Z-.wh Chandler and listened to the
teamsters talking to tho mules in tho
wilderness. They first implored tho va
rious power of tho air to ostracize them
from moiety, then they called upon
tho M'voral powers of tho earth to af
flict Mr. Wanainaker, and they con
cluded after many other ceremonies in
condensing tho various portions of
thoir bo(v. J Tavlng thus poi formed
their rlttm they departed to a saloon.
J. H. 0.
HOW TO K!SS.
A linllur City flirl Olvcft l!o Kii n
A Baker City girl, signing her name
as Daisy, gives the Buvcillo man u few
1 pointers on kissing. We would locom
! mend the adoption of tho rtileu by
! some of tho Union boyy. Daky sftys:
! I am getting tired of having my hair
all upiot and my coisusje bouquet all
torn to pieces by beginners, and I 1
hevo if tho dear boys went only told
how to go about it, i bey, would not
make such u nieus of it. Tell them,
please, that then; is no necessity for
grabbing a girl as if she had stolen u
pocket book, and making a lurch at
her as though they had accidentally
stepped foot in a coal hole whilst walk
ing rapidly along tho stioet.;Thoro is
no actual necessity to get a clutch on
her dress and try to tear it ofF, or turn
her over intido of it. There is no ne
cessity of pulling her head forward
with such intensity that her eyes are
endangered by scarf pins and long
pencils protruding from upper vest
pockety. There is no use of filing a
kiss promiscuously at her eye, her ear
or hor neck. To begin with the girl is
not trying to get away. Keep cool,
bear in mind that you have her soul
ful sympathy, and your aims arc iden
tical that she has as much at flake as
you have. Jvecp perfectly cool and
collected, gently insert your right coat
sleeve about her directoiro costume
and turn her gently toward your man
ly form. Place your other and yet un
occupied arm in such a position as the
exigences of the occasion eem to de
mand, and give a gentle anil soulful
pull, as Amelia Hives Chanler calls it.
Uy this time the "Hosebud Mouth," as
you seo fit to call it, is turned toward
you. Lean over gently and let na
ture do her work.
Weather very tine.
Hail storm during tho week but it
did little damage.
D. .1. Woodward, of tho Summit,
was in town Saturday.
Messrs. Smith, Moielocl: and Fugato
spent Sunday in Elgin.
Mr. Shaw, one of Hunt's engineers,
spent a night in our burg last week.
Charles Patten's little baby, who has
been sick for some time, is recovering
under tho treatment of Dr. MeXaugh
ton. How Willort will sell his household
cllects nt auction next Saturday. (Jo
and got yourself a bargain, lie hau
quite a good lot of furniture.
Our shoemaker, Dad Shuman, will
soon leave for Cornucopia where ho
will locate. Dad is a good workman
and should bo patronized whorover
Gcorgo was arrested Saturday for
violating the hog otdinanco and tho
cute is now being tried. As Goorge
docs not acknowledge the corn wo will
roe what wo will see.
As items aro fcarco and John feels
somewhat indisposed this morning wo
will clo.o this epistle, and await tho
arrival of this week's Gazette, which,
no doubt will bo overloaded with
Tho trotting last Saturday hotweeu
P. H. Wado's iilaek Anvil horse and
Sam Daisley'a Norfolk maro, was won
by tho hoie, ho shutting tho maro out
on tho first heat. Dais-ley, as usual,
gave up tho money without a kick.
If tho fool killer over comes this way
Cut-mouth John and X aro both gone.
They have both loaded the papers with
about as much of their nonsense as the
people care to lead, and as we are both
very fine men it is well that wo close.
The newspapers over the mountains
say that the gleet, an incurable dis
eaM), has broken out among tho hor
ses and some have been condemned.
This, no doubt, is another case liko
our friend Akin's. Some smart alec
wants to get his name up and has con
demned some poor man's horsey. He
member that you will no vor hear of a
man having plenty of means having
his stock condemned, The wool might
lly, you know.
NOT1CK KOIl l'UHLlCATlON.
Lank OrncK at La Giuxhk, OiikoonJ
May 15, 1880.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his inten
tion tn make thud proof in support ot bis
claim, mid that said proof will be made be
fore tho register and receiver at La U rondo.
Oregon, on July li, lss U:
Wilmam H. I'oiitkii.
I). S. No. VW, for the lots 1 and 2. and UX
NW quarter vSeetlou :it,Tp. A B, it It U.
Hu names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous reiidunce up.ju and
cultivation of. h.iid land, vl.: li. V. Stm
inrms; Alex Coekral, (1. V. Ann and M. I'.
Alnes, till of Union, Oregon.
Any person who dostrus to protest againut
the ulloniuu e of such proof, or who knows
of any suhMantlat reason, under the law
and regnlutloiis of the interior department,
why such proof nhould nut be allmvoil, will
be given an opportunity at the above men
tioned tliuo and place to cros-xmidne the
wituovsiw of stud claimant, and tit otiVr
evlilenee hi rsluttal of that Mibudtted tiv
rliiln)uiit. 1II5NRY ItlNKII-YItl, "
j Cita tion.
i In the Conntr Court for the foil it-.- of tn-
iiM, .-tn;t' of Onwu.
J III tho ninttfT nf th" TN-)
tate nl Thomas fill- Uiitt ir,.
vor, Derived. )
To Mary .A. Culver nu t Prrthn Cii!vf,
iii-ir. at luw ot Tlionius f 'Uiwr. h u-.-M-d,
j TX THIS SAME OF THE STAT': ( K
'X flrt'Tni., Yn'i r.v h Tiliy di ! il :r
' quir ii In rqi.' r.- in llic i'n:;!i y ..in .1
' tho Hf.iti- i Or ' .in. for the I i '' of I'n
ion, :it th nmit room theno:', -. I ;ihn i i
the i on lit v ol Vnioti oil Mom . the 111
i (lav '.f Jufv, 1 nt 10 o'clock u the !o-,
' noon of tlitu inv thru mm tnir- in n-iv
ciiihu'. jf (in - vi. ii have, vriiv I'll oiil
! should not .o ir.tnted to I'. !,. Ca.'iotl,
I AilininWtrator of (laid e!"te
?.. rwiccm the
; in mi! ih half
'.i l l T. toii
' 1 tho Wll-
IiiimW !t'eribe(l ns io!!o.'.
of the unrthna? quttrti- f s
hi south. f rniiK.' t ' a
Inrnctto niorldinn, mi'! u
:."-. lli tnort-
aac thereon in favor of il
- .nio of Orcjron
of date May 1, 17". to- Mi iim of So. !
i v.iiicli mortaajf u .n Jh? whole of -I
the following deKuriii t tin -t, to-wit: The1
! ioutiiwest qunrter airi tie- niiit'iwest qttar-1
i of thflsoutheait quarter of foction tJ, and !
j north half of tho nor!lu ;isi quarter of see- )
tion 7, township south, ramjce -to eat of !
I the Williunette meridian, anil tho sum of i
money now uue irtn iNodine, on ar.
count of the payment of
iraKO by imid Nodine.
safd mort -
to tne sum or fieri ox int utinit tiien np
licar that sneli redemption would lie for
the Interest of ild estate and not preju
dicial to the orodltr.ri thc-.'of, or that if
such redenmtion he d'- inert not nroner. or
inexpedient, why ti.i-. court rhoiild not
order uid lands sold in ihe mantur mid
with like effect as is provided in otlicr en. -cs
of f-nle of real estate.
Witness the Hon. (). P.noodall. .Tuilffo of
the County Court, of tho State of Orcicon.
for the County of Union, with the seal of
said Court allt.xed, this 20th day of Mnv,
18S!. AriKrtT: A. T. UMLh,
Uy Tcn.vci: olivkr, Clerk,
5-30 JJeputy. ssAL.l
In the Circuit court of tho State of Orogon.
for Union county.
Tho Hoard of Commissioner.'' for tho nale
of Heboid and University band, and for
the investment of the funds arising there
from, of the State of Oregon, I'laiiitiU'x,
8. A. Muhaffey. Martha IS. Mnhaffcy and
John H. Hay. Defendant.
To Jon:.- S. Hay. the Aiiovb Namkd I)k-
FN Til 10 NAM IS OF TII10 STATE OP
i. Oregon, von aro hereby reoulred to an-
pear and aiiiwer the compfoint filed against
vou in (hi! nhovo entitled court and suit
on or before tho i'5d day of September, A.
I). 18S.'), the same being the first day or a
roirular term of the above entitled court,
comuiencinpc next after the expiration of
six weeks from the date of the first publi
cation of this summons, und if you fail so
to answer, for want thereof the plaintiff
will imply to the court for 'ho relief deman
ded in said complaint, to-wit: For a de
cree forerlosing a certain mortgage given
by tho defendant S. A. Mahaffy to tho
Htate of Oregon, covering the bEH of tho
MW'K and the NICK of bWVf, Sec. 7, Tp.
f S- li. !!!) E. V. M.. In ITnion county, State
of Oregon, given to secure two certain
nromlsory notes kIvcii by said A. Ma
JiafiVy to'tlie said Stale of Oregon for tho
Mini of lfJW.3!) each, and interest thereon
from April U'.'nd, A.D. Wilattho rate of
ten percent. pi.r annum., and for 11 sale of
wild premises, to satisfy the sunisdno on
said notes, and costs and disbursements of
this suit, said notes und niortnufre Indus
now owned by tho plaintiff.-! herein, and
to also ascertain anil ditormine your in
terest and rights in said promises as judg
ment eroditor of tho defendant H. A. Mu
haffey, and that you may be forever barred
of all right, title and interest in or to said
premises and every pait thereof, und for
This Hum mum is rtiblisbed by order of
the linn. JaiiHH A. Fee, judge 01 tho above
entitled circuit court, made at chambers
and dtttod April Uth A. D. 10.
JOHN It. CHITES,
4-.'i-w7 Attorney for Plaintiff .
In the eitettit court of the State of Oregon,
for Union count v.
Thomas H. Hart, Plaintiff, )
Sarah B. Hart, Defendant. J
To Sakmi E. XIakt, the Auovk Named
TN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
JL Oregon, you are hereby required to ap
pear and answer (Ji:! complaint tiled aguiuxt
you in tho above entitled suit and court, on
or before the lire t day of the next regular
term of tho above entitled court, to wit:
On tho aird day of iSenteinber A. i. lSt'D,
und if yon full so to answer, the plaintiff
will apply to tho court for the relief de
manded hi tho complaint, which is for a
dissolution of the inarriuKO contract now
existing between vmi and the plainilff
and for Rcnei'til relief. And you will take
noticu that this sunimonii is published by
order of tho Hon. .lames A. Pee, judge of
said above circuit court, made mid dated
at eliainhors on the 1 1 th day of March A.
1). USJ. JOHN It. OIMTEH,
4-25-W7 Attoruoy for Plaint iff.
Notice it' filial Sutthunent.
In the County Court within and for Union
In the mutter of tho Es-i
tate of W. 11. Martin.V
TOTlCK IS HKREI1Y GIVEN THAT
li Lucy J. Martin, U10 Administratrix
of the Estate ot W. II. Martin, Deceased,
has rcndereil and iiresented for settleniont.
and filed in -aid l uni t her filial ueeonnt of
hor administration of snI(1 Estate, and that
TUESDAY, thot-eooiid day of .U'LY, 1KS0.
has heeu duly apiiolnted by said Court for
the settlement of said account, at which
time and place any person interested in
said Kstute may appear and tile exception
and objections thereto, and contest tiie
Thi notice Is made und published by or
der of tho County Court aforesaid, made
and dated the ttth dav of March. A. I). 1ko.
t.UCY J. MARTIN,
Administratrix of the Estate of W. II.
Martin, deceased. ,V3o
Notice of Final Settlement.
In the County Court of Union County,
State of Oregon.
-VrOTlCIC IS 1LKRK1JY GIVEN' THAT
1 the undersigned tins filed his final re
port as AdmlnUtrator of the esUUoof.I, N.
Dounell, deceased, in tho above entiled
Court, and that Tuesday, tho 2nd day of
July, IKSU, has been appointed fur hearing
objections to the me. All person having
any objections to the approval of raid re
port are required to present the wune 011 or
Iiufui'd Mild day.
JOHN Hit ATT A IN.
Administrator of the estate of J. N. Don
11 ell, diH-oasetl.
rPHU UNDliRSlUNKD It WING RE EX
.1. appointed by the Hon. County court ot
Union oottlltv . state ol Oregon. Vx cutrix
ef the etute of Jo-elih S. Mnteumkcr. de
ceased, all pers.m- fi..lug claims against
wild otatc toe ln nb iio.iii, d to jmcmiii
the sNine. with prop-r vouchers, to me. at
my riwideiuvt near the CXve. In Union
i ounty, Oregon, utthiu six months from
the date hereof, or Ik- forfVir bni red.
Dated at Union, Oreueu, April n. J8t.
NOTICE FOB PI'BLICATIOX.
LvdOfhce at La Ouande, Or.F.ciox.i
ilny 7. 1880. t
'i.'cc i- Jicretiy given that the folIowillK
n.iiii t i it !cin luivc filed notice of their in
ti'iiimii !! make tiiml proof, in support of
their claims mul that said proof will he
m.ide ticli're the register nntl receiver nt La
(IrjiLie, Oregon, on Juno 35, 18t0, viz:
William F. ItrciiAS.iN.
.Tin, for the XKqr SWqr. Iits 3
.7 and Lot lHec. 18. Tp.SS, It
Tn. 8-j. U W K. W. !
nr SKqrHoc. o,
J oki. lli.v.irr.
lid. So S252, for tho MV'qr SICqr, SKqr
SWqrSw. 4 niul NWqr NKur and Kl'!qr
KWqr Sec. ll, Tp. 8 S. U 48 J:, W. JL. and
J(1. No. 2620, for the V.y SKqr and SM
7. WJr HCC. II. Tp. 0 ci. il 10 i'., V . M. i
They iiiuiie the fiillowltig vitnest!s to j
Drove their continuous residence upon and
eiiltivutiou of. c aid land, sir.: J
VV. I1, micunnmi. Anon It. Lurry, Joel
Hewitt, Charles L. Kee. Charles Stewart
and .). C. lirooks, all of Pine valley, Union
Any pcrwn who desires to protest against
the allotvnliri" of sneli nrfiof. or wlio knmvx
I of any substantial reason, under the law
I uiid. re.ulationi of the Interior Depart
ment, why Mich proof should not bo al
lowed, will be given uti opportunity,
nt the iiIhivp mentioned time and place to
crosi-exaiaino tho witnesses of said claim
nnt, and to ol'er evidence in rebuttal of
j that submitted by claimant.
NOTICE POIt PUBLICATION.
La sii Omen at LaGi:anik, Oitnoox, )
April 211, 1SS(). f
Notice is hereby (riven that the following
named wttler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will he made he-,
fore the register and receiver at La Grande,
OrcKon, on June 7, 183!), viz:
William II. BowMan,
lid. No. :i771. for the SE qr. HE
qr. Sec. :H and SW nr. SW or. Sec. :).", Tp.
7 H. U. 41 K.
lie names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of, said land, viz:
UM). Eincle, (. W. Wrisht, Win. Miles
and l M. Dean, all of Medical Springs. Or.
Any person who desires to protest against
tho allowance of such proof, or who knows
oi auy substantial reason, under tne law
( and regulations of the Interior Department,
. why Mich proof should not ho allowed, will
j be fri'veii an opportunity at the above inen-
uoneti umo ana juace to cross examine me
witnesses of said claimant, and to offer
evidence in rebuttal of that .submitted by
ii-2-wO" ' Resistor.
NOTICE POU PUBLICATION.
Land Ornci: at La Guandk, Oiu:nox.l
May 8, 18.M). f
Notice is hereby friven that the following
named dottier lias tiled notice of his Inten
tion to make timil proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the resistor and receiver at La Grande,
Oregon, on June li-'l, IS!), viz:
HnsjAMix P. FnwKi.,
I). S. No. 7811, for the NEK NWtf and W'K
NEW See. 2S and HEj MwK See. 21, Tp. 7
y, 11 -to E, W. M.
He names the following witnesses to
prove UU continuous residence upon and
cultivation of, said land, viz:
Wallace Hoyles. of Medical Sprint's; G.
T Perry of Now Hridge; N. Holey of Cor
nucopia; Thomas Carson of Half Way;
Union county, Oregon.
Anv poVHon who desire to protest against
the allowance of such proof, or who knows
of any substantial reason, under the law
and the regulations of the Interior Depart
ment why such proof should not be allowed
will bo given an opportunity at the above
mentioned time and place to cross-examine
tho witnesses of said claimant, and to oiror
evidence in rebuttal of that submitted by
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
La Nti Office at La Guanos. Oi:i:oon,
May 7, 188!). 1"
Notice is hereby given that tho following
named settlor has filed notice of his In
tentions to make Until proof in support of
his claims, and that said proof will be
made before the reiri-tcr and receiver at La
Grande, Oregon, on June 21. 1881). viz :
Glioma; N. RAUiiiir.n.
H. D. No. 3!)(i!. for tho lots 1, 2 and
SE14 NWK Kee. IS. Tp. I S, R 41 E.
tie names tne following witnesses
I prove Ids continuous residenco upon and
I ' , . , m , 1 1
CUIIIVUIIDU Ol SIllll IIIIUI.VIZ:
Nathan Swlger, Wade Shelton, O. L. Sago
and William Swlger, all of Union, Oregon.
Anv poi son who desires to protcstagaittst
tho allowance of such proof, or who knows
of any substantial re asm), under thelawand
the regulation-, of the Interior Department,
why such proof should not ha allowed, wili
be given an opportunity at tho above men
tioned time and place to cross-examine the
witnesses of said claimants, and to oiler
evidence In rebuttal of that .submitted by
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Uisn Ofiick at La Gmaniu:, Oiu.oon,)
April 12, 1880. )
Notioe Is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will bo made be
fore tho register and receiver at La Grande,
Oregon, on Juno -I, 18SU, viz:
Elmkk Pin 1.1,1 cs,
D. S. No. 7072. for the S NE' and NWW
.Nli'i and NEW NW'H Sec 10, Tp. OS, R
Ho names the following witnesses to
prove ids continuous residence upon and
cultivation of, said loud, viz:
T. H. Poster, Shannon Marshal, John
Reeves and J. N. Mitchell, all of Telocaset,
Anv person 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 such proof should not bo allowed, will
be given uu opportunity at tho above men
tinned time and place to cross-examine the
witnesses of said claimant, and to oiler evi
dence in rebuttal of that submitted by
Notice of I'liint Sett lenient.
lu the County Court of tho State of Oregon
for tho County of Union.
V)Tlf,U IS HKRUrtY GIVEN THAT
1 ihe undersigned has tiled her final re
port as administratrix of the estate of l'etor
llrugger, dercanml, In the aUive entitled
curt, and that TUESDAY, the 2d day of
J l'L . ISM), has been appointed for lion ring
ohjections to the wune. All (wrsoiu having
any objections to the approval of said re
lmrt are required to prent the amo on or
b. toie taid day.
Ml MARY llRUOOBR.
Adininistrutratrlx of the Estate of Peter
llr ugacr, Drccaked.
I I ii ii 1 1 i ii ii ii ii ii i ii 1 1 ii 1 1 ii 1 1 nil am
b Cdvc h- faJpHfl
JASPER G. STEVENS, Propr.
niiits and Oils.
Prescriptions carefully prepared
ALSO DEALER IK
Imported iintl Domestic Ci
GIVE ilE A CALL.
61 Ton Restaurant!
Now open to the public on Main Street,
Board and Lodging.
No Chinese cooks employed, and every
thing neat and clean.
The Public Patronage Solicited.
Jilts M. AVot.iUTii, Tropr.
Union and Cornucopia
Quickest and Cheapest
Koutc to tho Pine Creek
Union to Tarlc
" " Saimer
" " Cornucopia
Geo. P. HALL, Agent. Union, Or.
Leaves Union daily at
Cove at 3::S0 p. m.
Leaves Cove at 8 a. m.
at 0:30 a. in.
2 p. 111, arrives at
arrives at Union
Connections made with Elliott's conchei
running to the depot, carrying passengers,
for east and west bound trains.
ItATKS for I A fiSKNGKKS, T.UOGAGE
anil FKKIGHT, llKASONAUliK.
R015INS0N & LAYNE. Proprietors.
Having leased the shingle mill belonging
to L. H. Rinchart, we are prepared to fur
nish a superior quality and make of shin
gles at the following rates, per M :
Delivered at Union, S.OO
" " Mill, 2.75
We do our own work and guarantee sat
isfaction. A share of the public patronage
t 25-tf VANDORUY BROS.
Mammoth Bronze Turkey
Ey;S, price for setting
ol' 10, $2.50
0000 00 0000
AVhito Leghorn chicken eggs, for setting
of tifteon, $150,
Call on or address;
MARY A. MITCHELL,
Main Street, Union, Oregon,
BENSON BROS. - PROPRIETORS.
Keep constantly on hand
BEEF, PORK- VEAL, MUTTON,
SAUSAGE, HAMS, LARD. Etc.
L.J. lll'BU'K, l'ltOrillKTOR, 1
Shaving, Hair-cutting and Sham
pooing, in the Latest style
of the Art,
Shop two doors south of Centennial hotel,
01 VIS MK A OA LL.
is, Sliot Buns. Pis
tols ana GartriLies
lm k Ik
Trains arrive nnd depart from Union
daily, as follows :
EAST llOl .M). j WKST HOUND.
Passenger. No. 1, L'vc Passenger. No. 3, L've
nt&:2." n. m. at li.'JOp. 111.
Freight. No. 8, L've Freight No. 7, L've
nt2:35a. 111. at Ui-0 p. in.
Tlflv'KT'0 "ml trom 1'iincipal points
1 1U1V1. 1 0 jn tho tjnitcti titutcs, Canada
Elegant PSi"" Cars.
Emigrant Slecpinir Cars Run Through
on E.prcs Trams to
and ST. PAUL
Free of Charge and Without Change.
Close connections at Portland for San Fran
cisco and Puget Sound points.
The Oregon Railway it Navigation Co.. and
Pacific Coast Steainhip Co. will dis
patch Steamers between San Fran
cisco and Portland, as follows:
fiioM l'oitri.AND. j rnoM saxkhascisco.
Leaving at l'J Midn'i. L'v'ng Spear st. wh'
as follows: I at 10a. m. as follows:
The company reserves the right to change
steamers or snilinir days.
RATES OF PASSAGE:
Cabin. - - ?10.00 Steerage - - $8.00
Round Trip Tickets, Unlimited - ?.'!0.00
Children, under 12 years - - Half Fare
,, ,,0 years ... Free
InclitiUny Miah and Jlertlm.
C. J. SMITH, I A. L.MAXWELL,
Geii'l Manager. G. P. k T. A,
A. L. RANSOM, Agent. Union.
Wm. Wilson, Phop.
The Finest of Wines, Liquors
and Cigars always in stock.
FIRST CLASS BILLIARD TABLE.
Drop in and be sociable
Kentucky Linuor Store
AXD SODA FACTORY,
Cor. Main and 15 Sts. - - Tnion, Oregon,
yin:u:.fAX& kalky, imih.
Manufactui'ori ami dcalors in Soda Wa
ter, Sarapnrillu, Ginger Ale, Cream Soda
and ClianipjiKiio Cider, Syrups, etc. Or
ders promptly tilled.
Thomson & Purse nro aronts for
the celebrated Cyclone WhulMill, and
as tho prices on them have been great
ly reduced they are now within the
reach of all. Sample mill to be seen
at their planer in North Union. Call
and examine it.
kio at once euaDiiini
itrtde in All part, bl
'Diacin? our macbJofil
aadgoodi nhere the pop can ie
mem, w win aena I ree to one
person in each locality, the very
best tflwior-machlna mada in
the world, with all the atuchmenta.
iv e win aiso aena rree a compieu
I line of our coatly and valuable art
ntnplei. In return we aik that yoa
thovr what we eend. to tbote who
.may call at your home, and after 9
mpniniauinaii Become your own
propcrtr. Thit frrind machine is
made after the Mincer patent.
t men nave run cui t oeiore pairnia
run out It iold for SUtt, with th
latiachmentf. and now tell for
'Ail machine in the world. All la
free. So nnltil reauired. Plln.
Beit, etronreit. most use.
brief instruct Ions ptven. '1 nose who write to ua at once ran
euro IVeo the best lewing-machlne In the world, and lha
rtnfthncofworkiof hichaiterr hon toethrrin America
TKUK cU CO., Uok. 1 lO, AugiJatu, Mulne.
Only Rcnulno STtem of Jlemcry Trninln.
l-"our Jlonlia Ijcnrncil iu one i-cudiajr.
Illiiiil wiiulcilim cui-cil.
Every rlillit and niliitt cicmlv lu-nrfltied.
Grjjt Indacotnouts to O jrreiii. udoaco Claswi,
P.- joctuj, w.th o;lnl.-in-( of Dr. Wii. A. Ilnni
mini'l, the w rli.(aninl tin? 1 ly.nfef.
n.iilli-l . rri-iucnl -riMimii-vOM, l .p. .t
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lToi. At iAJiSwTTl-.
ROYAL ST. JOHN
No wrong way to rati It : It sew.
the same running furwunl or
No rums, cogs, or loose Joints.
No liolis tn thread In machine
No gnoil txjlnt In any other ma
chine It Uot-s not possess.
BUY THE ROYAL ST.MOWL
For Salo by
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