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About The Oregon scout. (Union, Union County, Or.) 188?-1918 | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1889)
THE OREGON SGOUT.
AMOS K. J ON US.
The Oregon Scout has as large a circu
lation as any (no papers in this sec
tion of the State, combined, and is cor
respondingly valuable as an advertising
Thursdsty, Juno 27, 1 SS5).
Gatliorcil up by Tito Scout ami l.rnugbt
Attend the celebration at Union.
A democratic paper i-foon to be .started
A continuous rain has been falling in thi
section since last night.
fc'ee advertisement of farm lands for sale
elsewhere in this paper.
Always stop at the Pluc Mountain hotel
when you visit La Grande.
A campmceting i. now in progress tlircc
miles north of Summcrvillc.
"Wood taken in exchange for millinery
goods at Mr.-. Jlinchart's store.
.1. M. Phy A Co. will pay good prices for
your wheat at the Union mill.
The remains of little Francis Phillip
were interred in the Union cemetery, Tues
day. G. AV. Hunt has advertised for the hun
dred men to work on the Waitsburg exten
sion. The supreme court has rendered a decis
011 in favor of the railroad commissioners
appointed by the legislature.
That overdue account at the Cove drug
store i- awaiting your immediate- attention.
Don't neglect it another day.
The Fourth of .Inly committees are all at
work in earnest, and the celebration on the
Fourth is an assured success.
.Several foot races took place on Main
street la-t Saturday. Considerable money
changed hands, or at least wo suppose it
Vol. 1, No. 2, of the Cottage Grove Lead
er is on our table. It is published every
.Saturday by K. P. Thorpe and presents a
neat appearance. "We wish it success.
F. S. Ivanhoc, proprietor of the Itordor
Signal, wants a printer to take charge of
the paper. Permanent employment and
good wages. Address, Enterprise, Oregon.
AVc learn that a large number of excur
sionists from liaker City and Pendleton
will visit Union on the Fouith. They will
be made welcome and royally entertained.
All the children selected to ride on the
Liberty car and take part in the procession
arc requested to beat the court house
promptly at ! o'clock on the' morning of the
Ladies' hats will be almost given away at
Mrs. IMnchart.s millinery store on the 4th of
July. Ilerimniense stock uiu.it be disposed
of and will ho sold at any (trice. Don't fail
to call on her.
A Salem newspaper prints the following
unique advertisement: "If John Jones,
who twenty years ago deserted his wife and
babe, will return, said babe will lick the
stuilin' out of him."
0. C. Cofllnbcry, the blacksmith, of this
city, is agent for the 1). M. Osborne it Co's.
mowers, rakes, reapers and other machin
ery. Farmers will find it to their interest
to interview him before purchasing else
Anyone wishing to buy farm lands or
town lots should call on the Union Ileal
Kstate Association. If you have property
for sale you cannot tlo better than list it
with them for their facilities for attracting
purchasers are unsurpassed.
The finest line of hats ever brought to
Union county just received at Mrs. JUne
liart's. Over sixty different styles. Ladies
now have an opportunity of selecting
something charming for the Fouith of
McCully's (louring mill at Joseph was
burnedto the ground a few nights ago, loss
amounting to about $8,000, with .f.",CMjO in
surance. The tire is supposed to have
originated from friction in some of the
At linker City, last week", Judge Ison
sentenced Clinton Pennington to bo hung
on August 2nd for the murder of Charles
Baseoiu. Clay Kvans and Kichard Duval
were also sentenced to eighteen mouths in
the penitentiary for larceny.
The excessive warm weather and dry
winds of the past week or two have greatly
damaged the crops in this section, and in
many places where the farmer was almost
sure of an abundant grain crop nothing but
a verv poor quality oMiay will be secured.
The Waitsbttrg Times says: "(. W.
Hunt reports that he has obtained right-of-way
from all but three land-owners bo
tweou Waitsburg anil Walla Walla, ami
that the road will bo built regardless of
Villard wr any other man or combination.''
The linker City l.evoillo says: There
was a man in our town who thought him
wondrous wise; he swore by all the fabled
gods he'd never advertise. But hu did ad
vertise ore long, and thereby hangs a tale;
Jus ad. was set in nonpareil, and headed
sheriff's Sale.' "
The 0. It. it N. Co. will sell tickots at all
their stations to any point along their lino,
one. faro for round trip, commencing July
I'nd to -it lis good to return July tit Ji. All
member of militia companion cunrcuru
tickets to The Dalle ami return at one cent
per mile each way.
The new putent gates being introduced
by Mr. John MeCull, ot Wallowa oounty,
mem to be meeting with muuh favor.
They seem to meet the demaud of the
number exactly. One of thoe ingenious
piucus of muchttnUm may be neon in North
Union on Mr. SwaoklnSier' place.
Our raider will inlaw theeoiutuiintcatkiiu
of our Suuinierville and Nurth Powder cor
respondents this week. We can nccount
tar the ilenee of ,Cjt-M"Uth John" on the
hypothesis thai " Xeiioplitinc' Ii4- kill d
hill), Unit do not know uh.it I" thiin. "I
'A)M"a- i. on . p i.n.n
last hoard from.
A l'KAKlH'I. TUAHUI1V.
I Little Vrntirl Phillip Sliol unit IiMtnnl
J ly Ktllott tiy Win. .Mli-liuvl.
I Last Sunday evening, Francis, the eight
year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al. Phil
lips, who reside on the old Tom Beard
: place about six miles above Teloeaset, was
i shot and instantly killed by Win. Michaels,
a boy about fifteen years of age who had
I been in the employ of Mr. Phillips for two
or tlirce weeks previous. The facts in the
I ease, as near as we can learn, are as fol
j That afternoon Mr. Phillip wanted to
i go to the saw mill about three miles dis
! taut so as to be ready to go to work next
i morning, and Mrs. Phillips concluded to
! go over with him and drive the team back.
They started together, leaving young Mich
aels, the girl and a littte boy live years of
age at the house. While returning Mrs.
Phillips was met by young Michaels who
told her that Francis had shot herself and
was dead. Mrs. Phillips told him to hurry
on to the mill and tell Mr. Phillip-, and
then hastening to the house found her lit
tle daughter lying on the Hour, dead, with
her face covered with blood and a bullet
hole just in-ideof her right eye. Mr. Phil
lips and the boy soon arrived, and when
the situation was fully taken in, Mr. Phil
lips licensed the boy of murdering the girl.
This lie stoutly denied, but immediately
took his departure and spent the night
with one of Taylor Green's sheep herders,
a few miles distant. Tne authorities here
being notified of the atl'air, early Monday
morning Justice of tiie Peace Frank Wilson
empaneled a coroner's jury and at once
started with them for the scene of the trag
edy. Just this side of Teloeaset they met
the boy and his brother-in-law, Mr. Hart,
coming to Union. The boy was at once
placed under arrest by Constable Cates, a
warrant having been sworn out by Mr.
John Williams, of Kcclcs' saw mill. The
boy was taken back with the coroner's jury
and an examination was held. Young
Michaels was placed on the stand and tes
tilied that he did not seethe girl at the time
she was shot, that he and the little boy
were out in the yard and hearing the re
port of a pistol, went into the hou-e and
found the girl lying on the lloor, dead,
with the pistol in her hand. His state
ments were very incoherent and unsatis
factory. The little live year old boy was
then examined and told a very plain story
about it. Ho said they had been playing
cards, and quarreled some before they quit,
and then Michaels took the pistol and tak
ing a cartridge that was in the comb case,
(the only cavtridgin the house that would
lit the pistol) hc..rit it in the pistol and
told Francis he was going to shoot her.
She begged him not to. and throwing up
her hands, shut her eyes, but he did shoot
and Francis fell to the floor, dead.
After this testimony young Michaels
changed his front and said lie had testified
falsely at lirst, being frightened, but that
he would now tell the truth, lie was
again placed on the stand and said that he
did shoot the girl, but did it accidentally;
that they had often had little quarrels, but
that neither lie nor the girl thought any
thing of it; that he was handling the pis
tol and told the girl, in fun, that he was
going to shoot her, and while holding the
pistol in his right hand and turning the
cylinder with his left, it went olfand the
bullet struck the girl in the eye; that he
was frightened and did not know what to
do. Dr. Day testilicd that the girl was in
good health at the time of her death, and
that the wound was sufficient to cause
The jury returned to town and after de
liberating on the ca-o returned a verdict to
the effect that "Francis Phillips came to
her death from a pistol wound, the pistol
being in the hands of Win. Michaels, and
by him discharged.''
Michaels had his examination last night,
before Justice Biiiloigh, which resulted in
his heing held in the sum of $2000 to await
the action of the grand jury. It Is thought
that the same will bo furnished and the boy
liberated as his stepfather is said to be in
good financial circumstances.
Mrs. Phillips, mother of the girl, is a
sister of Legore. who was killed by Ben
nett a year or two ago, This second trage
dy in the family bears heavily upon her.
Our correspondents will oblige us by
sending in their ''wads'' one day earlier for
the next issue and thus give us an oppor
tunity to celebrate the glorious Fourth.
Dr. G. W. Diggers passed over the road
lust Friday, on his way oast from a tour
through California. The doctor now holds
the position of Master of Clinics of lieau
mont Medical College at St. Louis, Mo.
Ho thinks of resigning and locating perma
nently in California.
A destructive lire occurred at Vancouver
in Washington last Saturday morning at
nn early hour. The principal part of four
blocks wore destroyed, Evidence that tho
lire was the work of an incendiary is being
obtained by the authorities and astienuous
effort will be made to bring the guilty par
ties to justice.
Turner Oliver spent last Sunday at his
home near Summerville. He says that his
sister and all his brothers were at home to
gether on that day for tho lirst time in over
seven years. It was not pre-arrenged, but
jiut happened that all were at home and
spent n most delightful day together,
(julte a number of old time friends and as
sociates of childhood were also present, nil
of which added to the enjoyment of the
Tho Kugone City Guard says: "Jack
KcWy, u fornior roiident of Pica-ant Hill,
was shot by a young lady ho hud promised
to marry ut Silver Lake, Lake county, a
short time ugo, the ball panning through his
left arm. Tho girl nuked him to keep his
promi-e to marry hor, and threatened to
shoot him if he did not. Kelany gave her
a revolver and told hor to shout. Imagine
hli surprUe whou she deliberately took aim
and flrtd, giving him a oloo cull for his
liagle Cooper silutp.
B W- piopriftr. ManuiU' liner of
l.titur ImiicIk uinl A goini -upplv
alus on li.inl Hli p joutll vl m IiOu!
: houu, I diou, Oregon.
.Mr. Hunt Sprnk.
Since writing tho nrtielc on the editorial
page concerning the railroad situation, the
fears expressed therein that Mr. Hunt
j would sell or be forced to sell out to Villard
j and the combination at Portland have been
dispelled by nn authorized agent of Mr.
I Hunt's who arrived in this city yesterday.
I Mr. Hunt is unable to come himself, at this
time, but sends greeting to the people of
Union county and says that the report put
in circulation that he is liable to sell out is
entirely without foundation, that it is not
pos-ible he could be induced to sell, and
that he Is ready at any time to build the
road to Union in accordance witli the prop
osition already made.
This is indeed cheering news, and It now
remains witli the people of Union county,
alone, to say whether we shall have the
road or not. The remainder of the subsidy
could be raised ca-ily if the wealthy men of
the county, who have not yet sub-eribed
anything, would put in what they ought.
The pressing needs of the country, its op
portunity for rapid advancement, and their
own private interests will cettainly counsel
them to do so. The pro-pect of losing the
Hunt roads and again becoming the slaves
of the O. 1!. .t X. Co. almost caused n
panic among the people across the moun
tains, for they fully reaii.ul what they had
to lose. What thci hud tn ltc, ur mif
j)ok!Chk, but !t in in vitr iowvr In ilft it. The
prize is worth striving for and no man
should refuse to do his plain duty at thi
tinie. Let the work be entered into with
JA IHkeoi- IUlk TlinnJKvcr,
Sell's circus, or a circus of sells, is adver
tised toappearjn this valley in thc ..near
future. It wilfbiTrciiu'nihcrcirthut 7iiis"is
tho same concern that bilked the people so
outrageously la-t summer. From ail ac
counts it is much worse this year thnn last,
and it is to be hoped that our people will
not be taken In by it. Tho (following arc
samples of the reports Revived from it
through our exchanges:
Sells brothers' circus showed in Kugcno
Monday afternoon and evening to smaller
audiences than usual. As usual the skin
games caught a number of victims who
should have known better; one party is re
ported to have lost over $200 trying to beat
tho game. It seems almost useless to warn
people against such games, for they walk
into the trap despite the warning. It was
little better than highway robbery. Guard.
Sells brothers' circus has come and gone
and a good many hard-earned dollars have
gone with it. The audience was much
smaller than usual and the performance
was about the same. The usual number of
snide games were along and the managers
evidently made more out of them than any
thing else. Bcgister.
It is nothing but a vulgar exposition anil
is followed by a band of pickpockets and
roughs of the lowest order in this respect
like all such affairs. They are a harm to
any community. Give it a wide berth.
Stnlo Tcnchi'is" Kxiimliintlon.
The state teachers' association will be
held at Salem, July 1, 2 and It, 1889. The
association will convene in the legislative
hall, capitol building, at 7 : 30 p. m. on Mon
day, July 1. All teachers and friends of
education arc cordially invited. The de
partment of superintendence will be organ
ized by the several county and city superin
tendents, and will meet in the otlice of tho
superintendent of public instruction at 1 :.'!0
o'clock p. m. on Monday July 1. The ho
tels of Salein will entertain those attend
ing, during the days of the association, at
reduced rates. Arrangements havo been
made witli the Southern Pacific (lines in
Oregon) and Oregon Pacific railroad com
panies for reduced rates to those attending
aim the usual reduction will be granted.
The usual Fourth of July rates will bo in
effect on the O. It. & N. railway lines in
Oregon from July 1 to July I, These rates
will be open to teachers and others who
may wish to attend tho association. Sev
eral state superintendents of public in
struction and other leading educators from
tho Pacific coast states have been invited
and are expected to bo prc-ent.
From a report of the register of tho Unit
ed States land ofllce ut La Grande, we ex
tract tho following table which will show
the amount of desert land entered at that
olllce, upon which final proof of reclama
tion by irrigation has been made, viz: In
Union county, 20 entries, covering u totul of
2100 acres; in Baker county, 0 entries, cov
ering a total of 615 acres; in Wallowa coun
ty, H entries, covering n total of 11500 acres;
in Malheur county, 17 entries, covering n J
tatal of ,T77 acres, and in Grant county, it
entries, covering a total of 1120 acres; total,
Plows! Plows! Plows II Latest improve
ments and lowest living prices. Simplest
and most convenient method of adjusting
beam and line of draft, making plow run
lighter and do better work. Has never
been equaled and cannot be excelled. The
lightest draft sulky plow in the world is the
Improved Wheel Laud Side Sulky Plow,
and there is no plow made that will do bet
ter work. These plows all manufactured
by the Itock Island Plow Co., and are sold
by Frank Bro's. Implement Co. or their
Millinery anil l'nncy Ootid nt Cimt.
For tho next sixty days Mesdarue Bidwell
it Benson will soli their entire stock of
millinery goods, ladies underwear, children
clothing, etc. etc. etc., at actual cost. Ladies
are Invited to cull and examine goods which ,
ant nil new and ot tho lotwt design. A
better opportunity for semiring good bar
gain will never he preciited. I mprovu the
opportunity. May Jut, 1851).
The Srout'a Weekly Inspection mill Ho.
port of Friend off Huty,
S. B. Burroughs was up from the Cove,
Hen. J. W. Norval vi-itcd Union last
Jas. Turner, of Big creek, was in the city
Judge Litelientlialer arrived in the city
John Blizc returned to town the fore part
of the week.
Mrs. D ive Steelo returned from Portland
David Boswell. of the Cove, called on us
a few days ago.
A. K. Haton returned from Malheur
county last week.
X. S. Blank, of North Powder, vi-ttcd
Union this week.
Itlrney Xclf, of North Powder, was in the
city last Saturday.
W. Birdell made this otlice a substan
tial visit Monday.
11. II. French, of the Cove, was on our
C. A. Myers, of Sunuuerville, called on
us a few days ago.
Mm. Jasper Mitchell, of Antelope valley,
was in town Monday.
C. Barnes, of Medical Spring-, made us a
pleasant vl-it Monday.
Attorney J. It. Crites returned from Mal
heur county yesterday.
Dr. Hardinge. of the Cove, subscribed
for Tun Scoct this week.
H. .I.Baker, of Pine valley, subscribed
for Tiik Scon- this week.
James Wilson and family, of the Coye,
vi-ited Union thl- week.
Miss Mollie Lewis returned last Monday
from a visit to I. a Grande.
It. K Fewell, of Summit station, made us
a pleasant visit la-t Saturday.
S. L. Burnough, of Indian valley, made
this otlice a plea-ant visit Tuesday.
Thomas Hra.ler called on us a few days
ago and subscribed for Tin: Scott.
Miss Hdna Slater, of La Grande, is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. Noil!, of this city.
B. W. Huffman, editor of the La Grande
Journal, visited Union la-t Saturday.
J. W. Leo, of Teloeaset, has bought Ben
Macho's rancho and will try farming.
Louis Zoph, of Pino valley, called on us
Monday and snb?cribed for Tin: Scor r.
Morris Walsh, of Cornucopia, sent in and
subscribed for Tin: Scout a few days ago.
Attorney T. II. Crawford, who has been
in Wallowa county, returned a few days
Miss Susie Morcland, of Portland, Is vis
iting in this citv, the guest of Mrs. W. T.
Mr. and Mrs. Curler are visiting In Pino
valley and Cornucopia. They arc expected
Mr. Irbin Hurris, of Multnomah county,
is visiting his daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
Thos. Galloway, of this city.
Hon. L. B.Bineliart and Mr. A. H. Haton
arc In Pendleton and will interview Mr.
Hunt on railroad matters.
A. I!. Curry and Joel Hewitt, of Pine
valley, called on us yesterday and both
subscribed for Tin: Scott.
Mrs. Lon Cleaver and (laughters are now
in Union and will remain hero during the
doctor's professional visit.
L. B, Holmes, of the Cove, visited this
city Monday. Mr. Holmes is putting a
magnificent barn on his place.
Mr. (ieorgo B. M. Ilird, of La Grande,
and Mrs. Fannie Goodspcod, of this city,
were united in marriage last week.
Mrs. Lillian Starbird, of North Powder,
and Mrs. Annie Briiuii, of Hilgard, were
visiting friends in Union this week.
Hon. T. C. Hyde, of Baker, will deliver
the oration in this city on the Fourth. He
is one of the best speakers in tho state.
Win. Stafford was down from Clover
creek lust Saturday. He says that but
very light crops will be rai.-ed in that sec
tion this year.
Mrs. Dr. Day and her sister, Miss Clara
Ilccs, arc visiting in Dayton, W. T. They
will probably visit the Willamette valley
before they return.
Messrs. Joel Hewitt, A. B. Curry, Win.
Buchanun and Louis JCoph, of Pino valley,
were down tho fore part of the week and
proved up on their laud claims.
N. T. Ficklin, who returned last week
from a trip to Salem, reports that the coun
try this side of The Dalles is very dry, moi o
so, in fact, than the Grande Bonde.
Frank Johnson and wife, of Lowt Valley,
Wallowa county, visited friends in Union
this week. They express themselves as
well pleased with their new home.
Mrs, It. A. Davis, her daughter, Ida, and
son, Lewis, returned from Kugcno yester
day. Lewis graduated from the State Uni
versity with tho highest honors.
Mrs. Alger will take charge of the Union
postoflkc next Monday, Mrs. A. H, Clark,
who was postmistress at Bye valley for
some time, will bo her assistant.
Frank C. Middletoii returned from Port
and, Tuesday, accompanied by his little
boy. Mrs. Middletoii was sulfcriug with
the rheumatism and was unable to come.
Niss Nora Coflln has been selected to
represent the Goddess of Liberty on tho
Fourth. Miss Coflln is o:io of Union's
most charming young ladles, and u better
selection could not havo been made.
J. F. Smith, wife ant children, of Gen
cseo, 111,, arrived here u few days ugo and
will locate permanently. Mr, Smith
brought a cur load of horses with him,
among them a number ol lino Normuns.
Dr. Lang and wile were in La Grnndo
this week enrouto to Wullown from Welser
City, where they were recently married.
Mrs. Lung was formerly 3Irs. Anna Win
ters Conley and wus divorced from f'onley
about Ilvo years ago. Thoy wore re-mar-ricd
mid again divorced at tho hut term of
court in Wallowa county. It 1m hoped that
her ideal of domestic bliis has at hint been
l xplaliM It 1'iilly.
The Ga.ette says that La Grande is now
considered the -genii city" of the inland
empire. Great Scott! What arc they try
to spring on u- now? What Is a "genii
city" supposed to be like, anyway ?- Union
Scout. Pay attention. Brother Jones; In
ye olden times genii often appeared to per
sons in trouble. To all others they were
invisible. Now. when your afflicted neigh
bor says of La Grande: "Wo have a city
here, yea, wo see a second Cinaha." of
course you cannot see it, because "genii"
cities, being invisible, are not built that
way. Baker City Keveille.
Shu AMoiiI-IhmI lllm.
One of our exchanges spoke of a millinery
store kept by an estimable lady, and said
that the editor was glad to sec her stocking
up. The editor says he was never so aston
ished in his born days as he was, when the
paper came out, to meet the millinery lady
and have her strike him across the brow
with an umbrella and tell him ho was a liar
and that she would tell his wife. He says
lie does not know what she was mud nt and
he has read the item over u hundred time
to sec if there was anything in it that is the
least bit dl-rcspcetful.
Ills I'. iisiiiess Hnimiitig.
Probablj no one thing has cau-ed such a
general revival of trade at Brown,- drug
store as hi- giving away to his custo
mers of so niiiny free trial bottles of Dr.
King's New discovery for Consumption.
His trade is simply enormous in this very
valuable article from the fact that it always
cures and never dlsipptdnt-. Coughs,
Cold-, Asthma, Itrouchitis, ('roup and a'l
throat and lung di-ca-u quickly cured.
You can te-t it before buying by getting a
trial bottle free, huge size f 1. Hvery bottle
Jouxsrow.v, June 21. A sweeping the
broke out In th First ward at I2::;u-this
afternoon, Tho Ibunes.spread rapidly and
in half an hour twenty houses ivere burn
ing. All the engines in the place were
called on and the most intense excitement
prevails. Nearly all the houses are burn
ing. The lire is spreading lapidly toward
Kcrnvillo and ha.- gotten beyond control of
the. department. The lire now (overs five
Hunt's S ii riy urs Arrive.
Hunt's surveyors arrived in this city last
Friday. They report a very good practical
route, either from Walla Walla or Center
ville, across the Blue Mountains to Union.
Kngiuecr Shaw thinks it is a better route
than the one on which tho O. It. it N. Co's.
road is built. Tho surveyors returned to
the summit for the purposo of running
another line or two down this sido of the
mountain so that the easiest possible grade
might bo selected.
To IInU'I Colds,
Headaches and Hovers, to cleanse tho
system effectually, yet gently, when costive
or bilious, or when the blood Is impure or
sluggish, to permanently cure habitual
constipation, to awaken the kidneys and
liver to a healthy activity, without irrita
ting or weakening them, use Syrup of Figs.
U.S. Lank Omen La Giianiu:, Omaiox.)
Juno 21, 18s!. f
Complaint having been entered at this
olllce by Stephen Gardner against Hlit Mil
ler for abandoning his Homestead Hutry
No. 2IJ-IU, dated November il. 1X81, upon tho
SHKScc.r, Tp1 S, It ID H. In Union conn
ty, Oregon, with a view to the cancellation
of said entry; tho said parties are hereby
summoned to appear at this ofllce on the
nth day of August, 1 880, at 10 o'clock a. in.,
to respond and furnish testimony concern
ing said alleged abandonment.
Service of this notice will be liuido by
publishing tho same in Tin: Ohhoon SoufT,
a weekly paper nuhllshcd at Union, Union
county, Oregon, for four conseeiitiVH weeks
ami by posting notices as in U. S. hind
J. T. OUT1IOUSH.
1 (JOO ewes and lambs ami
IOO wethers, yearlings and
two year olds. Will sell at
a bargain. Enquire of T.G.
WILSON, sit Cove, or 15. F.
WILSON, Union, Oregon.
THE WORLD'S BEST
Kid Button $2.50 Shoe
Hhj no equal for Btylo, Kit and Wear, roiltlrelf
tho bed iboo In America fur tuo inoner. Do not tit
deceived. fcXio ttuup on bottom of eacb iboe. Take
no other. Itvery tmlr warranted. tHrllib ani
oquul muiiy S& tioo In tho market, iorealo bl
.Jos. "Wright, Union, Or.
LUMBER for SALE
ut tho High Valley
All kinds o( lumber constantly on hand
or furuishttd on short notice, l'rkos cheap
us the chcapoat.
Patronage - Solicited.
I f30tr VM. WILKINSON A SON.
mmj.nmt.Ti.nl ..i I in. i i
Bon Tod 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.
Miss M. Woi.katii, Propr.
At Cowlcs ,fc MeDaniel's Corral, Cove, Or.,
I will sell at Public Auction about forty
head of Mares and Geldings also one good
All oort size and well bred.
Six months time, without interest, witli
GHO. W. THOMAS.
We Still Live at the
UNION CITY HOTEL
(Opposite the Court House.)
Tho Best of Accommodations to Patrons.
Meals, 25c; Beds, 25c.
Livery mid Feed Stable in Connection
with the Hotel.
L. .1. BOOTH H, - Proprietor.
Just opened at the
Bon Ton Jlestanranl.
Icecream and temperance drinks served at
all hours. Private rooms tor ladies.
l-2.Vtf MRS. WAL11AT1I. Prop.
Leaves Union daily ut 2 p. m, arrives at
Cove at .'I :.'!() p. in.
Leaves Covo at 8 a. in., arrives at Union
tit!::i0 a. m.
Connections made with Hlliott's coaehci
running to the depot, carrying passengers
for east and west bound trains.
ItATHS for I'AKSKNGKItS. l.UOtJAOH
anil KKKICIIT, K1CASONA 1!U:.
ROBINSON .t LAYNH. Proprietors.
Union and Cornucopia,
Quickest and Cheapest
Bonte to tho Pine Creek
Union to Park - - .1 fit) -i o
" " Saiiuer - - !! 00 llyo
" " Cornucopia - 0 00 2.'ao
Geo. 1 HALL, Agent. Union, Or.
Main Street. Union, Oregon,
U1CNSON DUOS. - I'KOl'KIIOTOJLS.
Keep constantly on hand
HK13K, POKK- VICAL, MUTTON,
SAUSAGE, 1IAMR, LA11I). Etc.
JJAIIU) it J5UHIGK, I'ropr'ti.
Shaving, Hair-cutting and Sham
pooing, in the Latest style
of the Art,
Shop two doors south of Centennial hotel,
01 VH US A CALL.
Shingles For Sale!
An unlimited amount of No. 1 shingle
coiiHtautiV on hand and for xalo eheiiu.
Orders from all parU of the country so
licited. H. II. UUKK0U01LS,
3-11 tf Covo, Oregon.
Farm For Sale.
I iAACltltt.NKAIlXOUTlI POWDlSlt.
1 UU Union County, Oregon, nil under
feneo. iifood lJi utorv house, uond cellar,
well, bant anil outbuilding, Terms eay.
For further particular call ut thW ullleo,
ICE CREAM PARLOR!
Li b Ik.