The Oregon scout. (Union, Union County, Or.) 188?-1918, April 03, 1890, Image 4

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    THE OREGON SCOUT.
AMOS K. JONES
EDITOK,
City and County Official Paper.
Thursday, April 3rd, 1890.
OlIIt ItOTTKN MAIL 8EKVICK.
We notico that our exchanges from
nil parts of the country nro a unit in
condemning the manner in which the
mail service is conducted and all agrco
that it is not worth while to depend
upon tho mails any more. If this is
a result of one years republican man
agement what may we not expect
after three years moro of it? It ia tho
most rotten management that tho
country has over known and the rot
tenness eccms to be equally distribu
ted from Postmaster General Wanna
makor down to every brainless and
conceited snipe who does duty as
postal clerk on tho various lines of
railroad. It is about time for tho news
papers to tako the matter, in hand and
vcntilato tho wholo disgraceful system.
Thk Scout has commenced and will
do what little it can. Why it should
take mail matter four days to get from
Union to Island City, Summervillo
end Elgin when there is a daily 6er
vico between tho places is a mystery
to us. Thk Scout is mailed at this
oflleo and sent out of Union every
Thursday and there is no reason why
tho people of tho above named places,
and in fact, the pcoplo throughout tho
cnliro country should not receive it on
Friday. Tin: Scouts for our subscrib
ers in tho towns in tho lower end of tho
Vttlloy and Wallowa county just fdl
ono mail sack. This sack has noth
ing else in it and is marked in plain
letters "La Grande." Now tho fault
is just here: Tho postal clerk on tho
cars docs not throw the Back oil' at
La Grande or tho La Grando post
master purposely keeps tho papers in
his oflico for sovcral days. Wo give
tho wholo gang fair warning that wo
intend to loeato the blame where
it belongs if wo have to employ a do
tcclivo to do it. Our readers through
out tho country shall got their papers
on Friday or wo will know tho
reason why tlioy do not.
rUIIMO NUISANCKS.
It is of eommon'occuronifor tholaw
regarding nuisances to bo vioii00
either through thoughtlessness of the
parties tis to tho rights of their neigh
bors or on account of their ignoranco
of tho law. This is not right, and for
tho health and well being of tho pco
plo at largo, the law should bo rigidly
enforced. Wo nro consiantly in re
ceipt of letters of complaint from va
rious parts of tho country. A lottor,
winch is before us from Eug lo valloy,
says :
"A groat many cattle and other
stock died in this valley tho past win
tor, estimated at COO head of cattle
nlono. Many parties havo dragged
tho carcasses to tho back of their own
farms, leaving them on thoirown land,
but near tho rcsidonco of their neigh
bors, eo that the dead animals aro
becoming nn intolerable nuisanco. I
havo been requested by n number of
citizens to write you and ask what
steps aro necessary to bo taken to
abate tho nuisance, as present condi
tion aro not only vory disagreeable,
but will probably provo very unhealthy
for tho residents of tho valley.
I eo by Hill's code that tho nui
sanco may bo abated by action in cir
cuit court, but if wo aro compelled to
wait for that court's action couio of
us will be compelled to movo to get a
breath of fresh air."
In order that all may bo acquainted
with tho provisions of tho law cover
ing cases of this kind wo publish it, in
full, below :
Sue. I. If itny )eion or pontons shall
put nnv dead nnitnab, cnrciiMi. or art
thcicofor any otlior doleterioim Mihstance,
Into any well, or into any Mining, brook or
branch of running water, of which uso is
iniuluof for doini'.HIo purposes, every per
son so oU'endlng xluill. on conviction there
of, ho lined in any .sum not less than three
nor moro than ilfty dollars.
.Si:c. 'J. If any owner or owners, occupier
or occupiers of any (daughter house, or of
any prcinhes where hogn, hcevui, or other
aniniiilrt arc olniightered, ahall permit tho
Mimu to remain unclean, to the annoyance
of the people of this state, or any of Ihein,
every person m oH'cnding shall ho lined for
Mich otluuai' any sum nut loss than live nor
moro thiol llfty dollars; and If wld nuisance
ho not removed within live ilavs thereafter,
it shall ho deemed a second ollenso against
tho provisions of this net, ami every like
neglect of each succeeding llvo days there
after bhall ho considered an iiiltlltlonal of
fense against tho provisions of this act.
Bi:c. !l. If any person or peixins shall put
nuy part of tho carcass of any dead animal
into any river, creek, pond, rond, street,
nllov, lane, lot. Held, meadow, or common,
or if the owner or owners thereof shall
knowingly permit tho hiuno to remain in
any of llio aforesaid places, to the injury
of tho health, or to tho nuiie-iinco of the
cithsens of this state, or any of ;thein,
every perron no offending shall, on eonvle
Hon "thereof, bo lined in any Mini not less
tlmn two nor more llian twciity llvo dol
lars, ami every twenty-four hours during
which said owner limy permit tho samo to
remain thereafter ehall bo ducined an ad
ditional olloiiso ngaliiDt tho provisions of
this uct.
Theiik nro Ecvcral excellent water
powers in tho city of Union that would
bo utilized if they could bo purchased
nt any reasonable figure. The parties
who own thoAinworth IJrnzec power
nsk if 10,000 for it which places it out
of the reach of most manufacturing
companies. They value it at that
price when they arc asked to sell, but
when the abscseor interviews then the
value drops lo about five hundred or
a thousand dollars. This is not rigl
and wo call tho attention of tho assessor
and tho county board to the matter,
and ask that this and all other property
of a like character be assessed at its
true valuo as tho law directs. We
shall, probably, havo occasion to
olludo to this subject ngain.
It seems that Justices of tho Pence in
this county are very direlict in tho dis
charge of their duty. They shall, onco
n month report to tho county treasurer
all money received on fines and salo
of cslrays. Vory few of tho Justices of
Union County have done this although
they havo been notified more than
onco by tho treasurer to do to. Their
refusal to comply with the law in this
matter makes them subject to inves
tigation by the grand jury. Doubtless
considerable sums of money have been
collected in this way which should bo
in the county treasury and not in the
pockets of the Justices.
FOREST DALE DOTLETS.
Pink Vai.i.ky, March 21, 18f!0.
Farmers are plowing.
Sunday school was recently organized
in Fairviow district.
H. D. Landrum is Buffering from a
severe attack of asthma.
Horn to the wife of Samuel Painter
March 0, a daughter.
A Mr. Chandler of Pine was recently
united in wedlock to a Miss Walk.
It is rumored that J. II. Thaysen
will soon start a blacksmith shop in
Halfway.
Wo were informed that an organ
ization known as "Sons of Veterans"
was to bo formed in Eagle on tho 22nd
inst.
Wo learn that Mr. Knowles is to
tench tho Fairviow school and 0. Ken
dal the Sunny Dell school.
It is rumored that a certain eligible
young man of Pine, in order to stand
off tho beaux, has sent out for a mar-
raige license.
Pine has been much moro fortunnto
than her sister vallev of Eagle in loss
of cattle, yet the long protracted winter
has caused quite a loss of stock here.
Wo havo heard n number of t lie
patrons of school complaining and it
tiiis with just cause that the school
moncv Id expected for winter schools
and young clnW'Jr and those living at
some distance aro UiCiC'fV deprived of
tho benefit of school. Only Q)W who
has over spent a winter nmid tho mows
of Pine, knows it to bo the easo that
schools here in winter cannot bo of
benefit except lo older pupils and those
who reside very near. Our tclmol
hoiiECs are not always centrally located
and wo know of parents hero who
would liko to tend their children to
school, but living from one, two and
thrco miles from the school house can
not possibly do so in winter.
Tliero seems to bo a number of un
thinking perirons hero who allow some
of the runners of La Grando who nro
in our midst lo do their thinking for
them and others wlio have toiiiu imag
inary grievance to revenge, who would
cut oil" tlioir right hands to spito tln'ir
left as it woio, in oilier words vote for
tho removal of the county teat to La
Grande and pay high taxes lo help
build .$100,000 worth of new county
buildings. Somo of eouiec who haw
no moro judgement than to vote for
tho lemoval are non-taxpayers and
don't euro how thoy help create taxes
for other people, but even thoy are
voting against their own introtits if
they expect or hope in years lo eomo
to pay taxes in this county. Soino
portons who allow their prejudices to
overcome their reason seem to think
that they havo n grudge to vent against
the town of Union; if they have any
grudgo it must be against the county
ollleials, and not against a town that
happens to bo their place of rcsidonco
for their term of olllce, ami county
ollleials aro going to be and do the same
whether in Union or La Grande, but
taxes will not. Some heio who are
talking loud in favor of La Grande as a
county seat do not even know
where the town is Minuted, Wo heard
of ono putty head who when told that
Union was nearly centrally loeateil
in respect to locality and agricultural
rescourees, and asked where La Garnde
was "didn't know Vposed it was some
whoro in Grande Hondo valluy." Such
ignorance it is to bo hoped, however, is
the exception and not the rule.
CAitJtncR. Dovk.
Kamavkaulo Koaoue.
Mrs. M tclmol Curtain. I'lninlMd. Illinois,
makes tho statement that alio caught cold,
which settled on her lungs; slio was tiuatod
for a month by her family physician, hut
grew worse. Ho tub) her tout slio watt a
hopeless victim of ouiiniption and that
no modli'lno could cure her. Her druggist
suggested Dr. King Nov Discovery for
t'onsuiiiptluu; she bought bull le and to
bur delight found hrrmlf benefited from
tho llrst doo. Uh continued tm use and
after taking ton bottles, found herself
sound iiml well, now iIihm e. own house
work and I as well as she over we. Kroo
trhd bullion of thli (treat Dhwovery at H.
11. Ilrown's drug store, large bottle 60 eU.
and I 00.
A Statement From Eagle.
New Uisidoe, Mnrch 31, 1890.
En. FrovT : Phase allow me n. small
space in your valuable paper in which
to make n few statements of facts.
Having just been informed that I
have been trying lo get a license in
Union to marry n nieco of mine, I will
state that there is not ft word of truth
in any euch talk, as I hnvo never said
a word to nnv one on tho subject.
Surely' our worthy county clerk, Mr.
Xeill, would bo tho proper person to
apply to for a license, and ho can tes
tify that I hnvo never intimated any
thing of the kind to him. And as to
the slander that is in circulation in
regard to our character, I can testify
it is all utterly false, and if necessary
I will defy Oregon to establish a better
character limn each ono of us has.
J. It. Fkwei,.
Baker Democrat and Blade please
copy.
Weekly Excursions.
On and after Thursday, Feb. 25th,
the Union Pacific, "Tho Overland
Jtouto," will run a furnished Pullman
Colonist Car form Portland to St.
Joseph. Mo. without change, leaving
Portland every Tuesday at SJ :00 p. m.
arriving St. Joseph following Saturday.
This car will be fitted up with
mattresses, pillows, bedding, curtains,
and toilet appliances, leaving nothing
to be furnished by the passengers, and
will be in charge of a unifomed por
ter. Berths can bo secured at tho very
low rate of .f.'l.OO for an upper or lower
double bcrfh from Portland to St.
Josoplt.
Passengers holding tourist, first-class,
or second-class ticket will bo carried
m this ear. For rates, through tickets,
sleeper berths, or detailed information,
ripply to (ho nearest Ticket Agent
Union Pacific System, or
T. W. Luu,
Gen'l Pass. Agt., Portland.
uskfui. rxror.-iiATioN.
Tilbury Fox, M, I)., tho eraluout mcdloel wrl
tcr, la hi work "Skin Diseases," thus uccounb
for tho plmplos bo common ou tho foco aud neck
Eating too rich or too grensy food, or too honrtj
eating while tho oxcrotory organs nro sluggish
causes In most pooplo Indigestion or a dyspepsia!
condition, which causes tho blood to movo slug
glshly, which In turu enfeebles the pores. The
result Is, that tho oxudlug secretions block in thi
porce, which Inflame, each distinct lnflorania
Hon being a pimple. Dr. Fox therefore (low
not proscribe) "blood purifiers" so called, but i
"dyspepsia euro" to bo taken, to uso his owi
words "till the dyspepsial symplomt have disap
peared." Tho old Idea was, that face eruption!
wcro caused by a" humor In tho blood," foi
which they treated tho blood, glvlug tho minora)
potn?h. lfcuco tho reason why tho oldor sarsa
parlllas contain potash. Joy's Vegetable Sarsa
porilla follows tho modern ideas of Dr. Fox, and
alms with gentle vegetables alteratives at the
stomach aud dlgestlvo organs. Tho reason Is ap
parent why It cures dyspepsia and Indigestion,
and tho pimples aud skin cviptlons which result
therefrom, and why snrsaparlllus that uso min
erals fall.
C. G. COFF8MSERRY,
Dealer in all kinds of
Farm Machinery,
UK ION, OREGON.
For reasonable terms and low prices
call on mo and 1 ill satisfy you.
:t-27-tf.
Doncy Si Mnv, proprietors, Cove, Union
County, O.egon.
A full supply of trees and shrubbery con
stantly" on hand and for sale at
" Reasonable Hates.
Trees on Salo at Ln Grande.
H-27-m2 Orders Solicited.
A NORTH 15 RN FAMILY
DOWN SOUTH,
Has charge of theVlNK BLUFF COT
TAG K where those who wiMi to
escape the cold Northern Win
ters can get Board nt
MODUUATK Pltll'lW.
ARSSD THE: PBMES.
1 1 HA LT1 1 1 KST SPOT 1 NT AM KUICA !
imuns
COTTA(JE IttiSOltT,
Pink Butf, Mooiu: Go., N. t
Sl'MMKKYlLLi;, OIL
J. W. Huo.vitH, - - Proprietor.
Meals at all hours. Board by tho
day or week at reufouablo rates.
FORTn FO R SVS AT! ON
aboit thk south
A tl d r e 8 s with St a m p ,
The Official Immigration Department
WPTEEN SUrniERX STATES.
GAUL UOBINSON, Sho'y.
lUlelgh. N. V.
rif Mi'NAUGUTOis', M. 1J
Ppyslcian & Surgeon,
ItlAilN, OKUUON,
All o)U promptly uttemlod lo day
or iwghl. 3-27-lf.
mm mmwm
hmi lira
IMPLEM
LA CRAIMDE
HAVANA PRESS
DIULLS,
GANG, SULKY
AND
WALKING PLOWS,
STODDARD ITARRGWS,
jot Jot
All late Improved Farm
Every Implement
CA Lli ON US
3-27-tf
PATENTS
Obtained, and all Patent Business attended
to Promptly and for Moderate Lees.
Our oflleo is opposite the U. 8. Patent
umce, nnu wo can outain rntcnis in less
time than those remote from Wasoingron.
Send MODEL or DKAWINO. Wc advise
as to pantcntnbililv free of charge; and we
mnko NO CIIAUdE UNLESS PATENT IS
SECURED.
We refer, here, to the Postmaster, the
Stipt. of Money Order Div., and to ollleials
of the U. 8. Patent Olllce. Fci circular,
advice, terms and rellbrcnces to actual cli
ents in your own State or Count', write to
C. A. SNOW & Co.,
Opposite Patent Oflice. Washington, D. 0.
Thomson & Purscl nro agents for
tho celebrated Cvclono WindMill, nnd
as tho prices on them havo been great
ly reduced thoy aro now within the
reach of nil. Sample mill to bo seen
at their planet in North Union. (Jail
aud examine it.
I
Notice or 1'orfelturo.
Cornucopia, Union county. Oregon, )
Feb. 25. 1890. I
To Jamks Famweathek and James II.
Moiiton:
You and each of you arc hereby notified
that John McFaddcn has expended one
hundred dollars in labor on the "Nettie"
mine, Hituatcd in the Granite Mining Dis
trict, Union county, Oregon, in order to
hold naid premises under the provisions of
Sec. 2321, rovihed statutes of the United
States, being the amount required to hold
tho same for the year ending Dec. 31, 1SS9,
and if within ninety days from the service
of this notico you fail or refuse to contrib
ute your proportion of such expenditure as
such co-owner, your interest in raid claim
will become the property of tho subscriber
under said section 2324.
JOHN McKA DDFN.
2-27-3in.
Uxocntrix's Notico of Appointment.
To Whom it Mat Concekv:
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been duly appointed executrix
of tho last will and testament of Peter F.
Chrisinnn, late of Union county, Oregon,
deceased, by tho Hon. County court of xaid
county, and has qualified for said trtiht as
required by law. All persons having claims
against the estate of tho saidjl'eter 1 . Chris
man, deceased, arc hereby requested to pre
sent them with proper vouchors to tho un
dersigned at her residence at Cove, in said
countv, within six montiis from the date of
this notice. All persons owing said estate
nro requested to settle the same.
Cove, Oregon. February 24, 1R!)0.
NANCY ELbEN 1H.0OM.
Executrix of the will of Peter V. Chrls
nnin, deceased. 2-27-w5.
Timber Land, Act. Juno 3,1878 -Notico
Tor 1'uMIcntlon.
U. S. Land Onice, La Grande. Oregon,
March 13, 1800. I
Notico Is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of tlin act of Congress
of Juno 3, 1878, entitled "An act for the
sale of timber lands in tho States of Califor
nia, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Ter
ritory," Edward Jnrvis, of Union, county
of Union, state of Oregon, has this day
tiled in tttis olllce his sworn statement No
170, for tho purchiico of tho NEViSEJi of
Section No. 31, in Township I S, Hango No.
10 E, and will oiler proof to show lint the
land sought is more valuable for its timber
or stone than for ngrinnltural purposes, and
to establish his claim to said land before
tho register and receiver of this office at
La (Srandu, Oregon, on Friday, tho 2,'lrd
day of May, IKK).
Ho names as witnesses: Edward Kern
illard, Wadn Shclton. Ocorgo Ames and
(ioorge Simmons, all of Union, Oregon.
Any nnd all ncrons c.'aiining adversely
thonliovo-dcscrlhcd lands, nro requested to
lilo their claims in this olllco on or before
said 23rd day of May, 1S00.
llKNUVZRlXEIUKT.
3-20-wlO Register.
rimlM-r I.nnil, Art Juno 3, 1878 -Notice
Vor Publication,
U. S. Land Office, La Orandc, Oregon, )
March 11, 1NXI. f
Notico Is hereby given that in coicplinncc
with the provisions of tho act of Congress
of Juno 3, 1878, entitled "An net fori tho
sale of timber lande in the states of Cali
fornia. Oregon, Nevada, unit Washington
Tcrritory,,rEdward Itoinillard of Union,
countv of Union, state of Oregon has this
dav fifed in this olllce his sworn statement
Nil, 170. for tho purchase of the SU S ,
and NW'Ji SW4 of Sec S5, and SE., SK'
Section 31 in Townihip Nol S ltange No 10 h
and will oiler proof to show that tho laud
sought is more valuable for its tlmhei or
stone than for agricultural purposes, and
to ofttabllsh his claim to said laud before
tho register and receiver of this oflice at
Ui (irando. Oregon, on Friday tlilrd dny
of May. 1KI0.
Ho mimes as witnesses: hd. Jams.
W'ado Shclton, (icorgc Ames and lieorgo
Simmons, all of Union. Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
tho iibovo-docribed hind arc reque-t 1 to
tllo thoir claiuiB in thisotlkvon or before
said lrd day of May. 18U0.
UltMlV JtlNKIIAIIT.
8.&MV10 Register.
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And
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tot tot to tot tot tot tot o
Implements and Machinery lisirb "Wire, and Feed.
Warranted, and PKICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Oil OUIt AGENTS BEFOliE PUltCIIASlNG.
For Sale !
The Bon Ton Restau
rant, fitted up in
first-class style,
ALL HEADY FOR THE BOOM I
Object: Business to attend to in
tho cast. A young team will bo taken
as part payment if desirable.
MRS. M. WALRATII.
Leaves Union daily at 2 n, m, arrives nt
Cove nt 3:30 p. m.
Leaves Cove at 8 a. m , arrives at Union
at 9:30 a. m.
Connections made with Elliott's coache.
running to tho depot, carrying passengers
J CU9LUI1U WCSt UUUIUI ITUIIIS.
BATES for 1'ASSKNOKltS. IAJfJCAGK
nml rilKIGHT, ItKASONAltl.K.
ROBINSON .t LAYNE. Proprietors.
Eo. tr.Miu..i!D. Puor'n.
If You Want a Refreshing Drink
or a Good Cigar, Drop in
llllltaril anil Pool Talilns for tho Ac
comoilutlnii of Customers,
UNION
Tonsorial Parlors
GEORGE BAIKD, Propr.
Shaving;, Hair-cutting and Sham
pooing;, in the Latest style
of the Art,
Shop two doors south of Centennial hotel,
GIVE ME A CALL.
9 28-tf.
D
R. A. M. MUSSER,
DENTIST,
Graduate of Pennsylvania Dental
Collego, is at tho Centennial hotol,
and is prepared to do all kinds of den
tal work painlessly.
Cornucopia Saloon,
Wm. Wilson, Pitor.
The Finest of Wines, Liquors
and Cigars always in stock.
FIRST CLASS RILLTARD TABLE.
Drop in and bo Kociablo
Shingles For Sale!
An unlimited amount of No. 1 shingles
constantly on baud and for sale cheap.
Orders from all parts of tho country so
licited. s. h nunuoroiis,
3-11 tl Cove, Oregon.
SEND FOR OUR CATALOGUE and PRICES
ATLAS ENGINE WORKS,
INDIANAPOLIS, IND.
m Line is Cove.
Montreal
Saloon
SLANP CITY.
RUSHFORD
4ND
FISH BROS. WAGONS,
HACKS, CARRIAGES
and
B U GGIES.
n Drag Sltre,
JASPER G. STEVENS, Tropr.
DEALER in
Jure Drugs,
latent Medicines,
erfumery,
aiiits and Oils.
Prescriptions carefully prepared!
-ALSO DEALER IN-
SPORTING GOODS,
Consisting of
Rifles, Slot liis, Pis-
rtritos.
Imported and Domestic Ci
gars, etc.
R. H. BROWN,
Dealer in
'lirrti
TOILET ARTICLES,
PERFUMERY, PAINTS,
OILS, GLASS, PUTTY, Etc.
A Complete and Varied Stock of Wall
Paper on hand.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded'
Day or Night.
A full supply of school books con
stantly on hand.
wars. ABger,
AT THE
Keeps constantly on hand a com
pleto stock of fresh
Candies,
Stationery,
Sheet Music,
Wire Goods,
Brackets,
AND USEFUL
Household Utensils.
A share ol tho public patronage so
licited. 8-15-tf.
Union and Cornucopia
Quickest and Cheapest
lioute lo tho Pino Creek
Mines.
kati:s :
FAnn. riintoiiT.
$1 50 yAc
3 00 ltfc
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nion to Park
Sanuor
I'oruiioonla
LUMBER for SALE
at tho High Valley
Saw Mill.
I klti.li nf Ituuhcr i 'instantly ou baud
. nt' nt-hed on nhort notu e. l'rico cheap
' s Hit c!u.l't'-t.
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Patronage - Solicited.
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