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IXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
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)J. W. Xoiival.
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CITY OF UNION
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rt'KNEU Oliver. Secretary.
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meets eveiy Weduesduy eveninc
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Services are lield at the 1'rvshyieriun Church ut 11 A,
M and 7 r M of each Sunday.
llet 1! 11. l'AUKKIt, 1-iwtor
The Union Literary and Musical Society meets every
Friday t vnius at the 31, Iv I hureh
JOHN R. CRITES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Otlice .tro doors south of l'ostoittoe.
Collecting and probata pructlce spetialUe
J W SIII'.LTtlN. J. M. CAIinOLU
SHELT0N & CARROLL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Ollioe two dour south of Fostollloe,
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Collections and all ether business eutnutod to ut itl
rvctiirc prompt ttntln.
A complete abstract of the land of Uclen county lu
TuifaMn of !! UNION ItEAL IMITATE ASSOOJA-TION.
I. N. CROMWELL, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Oftce one door south of J II Katon s (tore.
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PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
All cal's promptly attended to day or night
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PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON,
North I'otrili'r, Orek'nn.
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Calls attendeil to at all hours
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Homceopatflic Physician and Surgeon.
All Culls Uromiitly Attomlcil to.
Oillce ailjoinliiK Jonea llros." s'ore. Can bo found
nights at residence in Southwest Union.
Architect and Builder,
Drafts, plans and deslens for dwellings and bridges
furnished on application.
DR. A. M. MUSSER,
Graduate of rennsylvania Dental College, la at tho
And Is prepared t. do ail kinds of dental work imin
lesdy. DR. E. N. NORTH,
Oilier It Stri-i-t, Union, Or.
Teeth extracted without pain by the successful new
GEORGE BAIRD, Proprietor.
Shaving, Hair-Cutting and Shampooing in
the Lasest Style of the Art.
Shnp two doors south of thb Centennial hott-l lhe
nto i call
City Meat Market
IMuiii Slreet, Union, Oregon,
BENSON BROS., Proprietors,
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Beef, Pork, Yeal, Mutton, Sausage, Haras,
Ed Remillard, Proprietor.
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Ililliard ami pool Uhlus for tha aosommoilailon of
William Yilson, Proprietor.
The Finest of Wines, Liquors and
Cigars Always in Stock.
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FIFTEEN SOUTHERN STATES,
CAUL ItOlUNSOK. Becrturr,
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THE PACIFIC COAST.
Rich Strike of Gold Ore Reported
Mrs. Stanford Gives Orders to Pro
ceed with the Making of tho
A t'u'U strike of gold ore is reported ut
Alntipon I. llaiiuno'iil 1ms been nom
inated postmaster at Ashland, Oregon.
Smiramento will soon voto on the issuo
of $1011,000 in city bonds for street im
provements. Between '2.000 nnd :i,000 people visited
the cruiser Charleston in San Francisco
Bay one day last week.
Tho Portland carpenter strikers are
training in numbers. Other building
traded aro supporting them.
Commissioners are now looking for a
?ite in Washington on which to erect a
State retonn school for incorrigible chil
dren. There will be no encampment of the
National Guard of California this year,
the State having made no provision for
William Porter, who fell through a hole
in a sidewalk at Whatcom and broke his
leg, wants the city to pay $5,000 in dam
ages, and has brought suit to enforce his
The steamer Oregon has been held lia
ble for the deaths of two colored sailois,
who wore killed in the collision with tho
ship Clan Mackenzie in tho Columbia
Camas Prairie (Idaho) farmers hnvc
sutlered much from last, summer's grass
hopper raid and the co'd of the past win
ter, and subscriptions have been raised
for their relief.
A niiniaturo KflVl tower. 1 125 feet hiiih.
covered entirely with flowers and crowned
by a 75-candle-power electric light, is
among the floral designs at the sixth an
nual flower festival at Los Angeles.
The Clan Mcl'horson, from Astoria,
December 15, with 2,81 0 tons of wheat,
has arrived at QueeiiHtown. The Duke
of Argvle, from Punet sound, February .1.
with 009.000 feet of lumber has arrived
at Adelaide, Australia.
Members of tho Swift it Courtney
Mutch Company, which practically con
trols the match industry of tho United
States, aro in San Francisco. The object
of their visit is to establish a match fac-
torv to control the Pacific cost trade.
r4nn,-tn II liu'o roniril trnlilc iiifiTin-
ger of the Pacific Mail Steamship Com-
i .i. :
puny, oeniCH iiuik Kits nniiiii:.-iiii;i-i. io
about to transfer all its San Francisco
steamers to Tacoma. Tho statement
which he contradicts was never made.
The suit instituted in Son Francisco
bv tho rcprcf-enlatives of English capital
ists for tho recovery of payments made
tn tlu Airimvn Brothers on the Mlllatas
mine, and for rescinding the sale, is caus
ing great interest at tnei;ityoi iuexico,
Tl.o will nf flic lute O. W. Chillis hna
linen filixi fnr r.rnlmte lit Los AllL'eloH. It
bequeaths one-half of the estate to the
widowand the residue tolnssixcmldren.
share and share alike. Tho widow is ap
pointed executrix and trustee for the
children, sne is io lie uncier no doihis.
shall not be held accountable to any
t. The estate is worth about a mill-
Mrs.-I.eland Stanford has given a final i
ofrlnr tn flip T'ncihV Art, (imsq A oiks tn 1
proceed with work on the grand memo-1
mil window lor .nd. ram s ciiurcn, hacra-
nento. This window, when completed (
n stained glnss, will be an art. work of '
iii.li i.lniini-tnr. mill will, it is mild, renre- .
sent the most ostlv memorial window in j
1 1 s country or Juirope, us no expense
ill be spared to perfect every part.
The orange season in Southern Cali
fornia is now about to ( lose. To ditto tho
Snnta Fe and Southern Pacific Bailroad
Companies liavo together handled about
H00 carloads. Tho Southern Pacific has
handled about 600 carloads to ooat
points. The prko realized fortius fruit
lias been very sat iefactory, and the season
has been a success lioth to cnunnisiion
men and producers. Hundreds of acres
in the foothills are now being planted to
oranges, and tho demand for young trues
It has been learned that a meeting be
tween C. P. Huntington ami some other
Southern Pacific officials and Allen Man
vol, president of the Santa Fo company,
and Messrs. Magotin ami party of the
Santa Fo reorganization committee,
took place a few dnys ago in San Fran
cisco, r.t tbe request of Manvol. The
Santa Fo lines in the southern part of
Cl fornia have done a very poor btisi
nrss in the ptst two years, and ther an
nual deficits have hud to he made up out
of the general receipts of the s stein.
Manvel entertains the i ea that the
Southern Pacific should interchange bus
inocs with his roid tho same as it dons
with the Union Pacific on through busi
ness, and it was this proposition that he
put to Huntington. Thu new president
of t'no Southern Pacific refused to inter
change traffic whenever it was iKissiblo
to get tho long haul around by way of
Ogden, whereupon, it 1b said, President
Manvel intimated that steps might he
taken to force an interchange of busi
ness. "All right, Mr. Munvel,". Mr.
Huntington is reported us saying, "you
doubtloH remeniWr the rate war of 188(1,
that the Santa Fe was reBponsiblo for.
We whipped you then; we'll whip vou
again if you start in to cut rates. The
last war cost loth your road and ours a
great deal of money, and if another fight
)b begun you won't get off any cheaper
than we will." Tho conference then
broke up rather abruptly.
J. Wilkes Booth Again Said to
New York Senate Passes tho Weekly
Payment of Wages Bill Other
There is a reduction of deserters in the
army the present year over those of last
year of 10 per cent.
The disputes of the building trades at
Philadelphia have been settled by con
cessions of the masters.
Tho mortality of tho Fifty-first Con
gress has been exceptiont'lly large, Con
gressman Kandall being the ninth.
No one enters Claus Spreckels' great
sugar retlnerv at Philadelphia without a
permit from the owner, and permits are
Ed Brown, a cowboy, at Cheyenne,
put a bullet through his heed because a
pretty school teacher wouldn t marry
Tho New York Senate has pnsed the
Weekly Payment of Wav.es bill and the
bill making Abraham Lincoln's birthday
a legal holiday.
Kansas sends a solid delegation of
'Union soldiers to the lower branch of
Congress; Miss'ssippi sends a solid Con
New York banks have been specially
warned to loo.t out for a bogus bank in
spector who is representing himself as
Ctiiet Inspector Bell.
British. Scotch, Welsh and Canadian
societies in Chicago are active in forming
a political organization of friends of tho
public school syotem.
The Northern Society of Georgia, com
posed of Northern men residing in that
State, has been organized with W. B.
Mills, of Oh'o, as President.
Frank B. Loomis, for several years past
Washington correspondent of tho Cin
cinnati Times-Star, has been appointed
consul at St. ICtienne, France.
The killing is reported in West Vir
ginia, near Pigeon Ureelc, of Smith Bais
den, John Baisdcn and illiatn Baisdeu,
three brothers, noted desperadoes.
The celebrated Pan-Electric case of
Kodgers vs. Ex-Attornt y-Oenoral liar
land and others' has been dismissed at
Washington, each p.irty to pay his own
While Chicago people want a Sunday
closing law Now York peoplo are asking
the Legislature to relievo them of a Sun
day prohibitory law that does not pro
hibit. Twentv persons were noisoned at Man
hattan, Conn., by cake delivered to vari
ous houses by a baker who peddles in
tho vicinity. Five of the victims aro
likely to die.
Agents of six great coal companies met
in New York recently and decided to re
strict tho production for May to L'.OOit,
000 tons. No action was taken toward
Tho resignation of John S. Bell, chief
of tho secret service bureau, has been
asked. There are H'twral candidates for
the place, with ex-Detectivo Furlong, of
Missouri, in the lead.
From appearances tho city of Pittsburg
is liable to lose tho $1,000,000 library
that Andrew Carnc gio proposed tod ouate
to that city, Sonio trouble is experienced
in complying with the conditions.
Pierre Bayard Cox, n son of ex-Congressman
Cox, of North Carolina, is dy
ing from tho elJects of a (all which frac
tured his skull. He was in tho gradu
ating class of tho Now York Medical
Tho United S'aten steamer Philadel
phia, now at Cramp's yards, Philadel
phia, is practically completed, and will
M; given a preliminary trial next week.
Tho date for her ollicial trial has not yet
By order of Governor Gordon, of
Georgia, General Commander of the
United Confederate Veterans, there will
be held in Cha'tmiooga a general re
union of all ex-Confedenites on July 'Ml,
1th and 5th next.
W. P Johnson, Jr., a son of tho Itoek
Island General Freight Agont at Chicago,
and wilo, cre robbed at MoFarland,
Kun. T ey were on route to Denver on
thoir bridal tour, and whilo absent from
their state room the theft was committed.
Morrow will not, after all, introduce a
new ('blurse bill. The Exclusion bill
introduced onrly in tho session of tho
resf-nt Congress is now being considered
in committee, and ho will content him
solf with pressing it. If ho fails he will
try some other plan.
A special from Birmingham, Ala., says
that, Iiuis.o Worcester, confidante of J.
Wilkes Booth, the assassin of President
Lincoln, declares that Booth is not dead
and that she received a letter from him
two years altor his alleged death.
In the caucus of tho Republican mem
bers of the House on tho Hilver question
It was developed during the discussion
that it majority of the members were op
posed to tho Windoin bill. The whole
subject has been releried to tho Repub
lican Caucus Committeo for ita action.
John Charlton, the champion of tho
Ultra-ProUstunt party in Canada, pro
jobch to tnovo a vote of censuro on tho
government, because it submitted tho
Jesuit question to two o I filers of tho
Crown in England regarding its consti
tutionality rather than to tho Supreme
Court of Canada, and tiiereby grossly in
sulting tho Supreme Court of Canada
And the Canadluu judiciary ut large,
An Amphitheater Collapses at a
Bismarck Rogrots His Enforcod Ro
tlromont, and Lays Its Cause
to One Ho Bofrlondod.
At Cairo tho Greek gamblers aro defy
ing the law.
President Diaz favors a system of sav
ings banks throughout .Mexico.
Beports of discontent among tho Bra
zilian troops aro growing numerous.
Work on tho harbor of Vera Cruz,
Mexico, is being pushed to tho utmost.
General von Caprivi, tho now Chan
cellor of tho Gorman Empire, is unmar
ried. A newspaper and governmental cam
paign against dress suits is in progress in
Tho quantity of wheat shipped from
Australia during February was 508,000
The Mexican Cabinet has decided pos
itively to grant no more railroad con
cessions. The use of electric lights is increasing
with great rapidity among tho Ixmdon
The Tampico branch of tho Mexican
Central railway has been opened lor
Tho Comto and Comtesse Maulmont
have been arrested in Paris for embez
zling charity funds.
Thoso professing to know all about it
say tlio ocean racers of two lines will for
sake Liverpool for Holyhead next year.
Extensive railway building operations
in Manitoba and thu Northwest aro
mapped out for the coming season.
It is rumored that thoro aro serious
dissensions in tho French Ministry and
an' early collapsu of thu Cabinet is foarod.
Lord Wolseloy is at tho head of a move
ment for the financial relief of survivors
of tho charge of tho Light Brigade at 15al
aklava. A schomo is on foot to ertablish a gi
gantic bank in Komu. Four Gorman
bankers will soon go to ltomo to take
steps in tho matter.
Bennett's yacht, tho Namoura, was
(Mught in a violent storm in tho China
hi!1 mill thr of tin I'ruw wiir. ii'iiulwxl
overboard. Bennett was on board.
It is openly announced that .Mrs.
Langtry and rroddio Gebhardt are out,
and that the .Jersey Lily is receiving tho
attention of Lord Lurgaii, an Irieh-Eng-lish
English customs officers tho other day
dis overed i.'0,000 cigars secreted aboard
a troop ship, ready to bo smuggled ashore
at tho first conveiiient opportunity, and
did not succeed in tracing tho ownership
Bismarck is reported to have oxpressed
regret at his enforced retirement from
otlice. To tho iutrigues of ono whom ho
had befriended ho attributes tho neces
sity for such action.
Cunningham Graham, in tho Britisli
Commons, denied that ho had incited
starving laborers to violenco, but said ho
would do so tho moment tho workers be
came powerful enough.
The English aro reported to hold thous
ands of coolies kidnaped from China in
bondage in Borneo on what is called tho
contract labor system, but which is really
servitude of tho most exacting character.
Dispifchos from Kotonau say that tho
Djliomians have advanced and occupied
a position only one kilometre from Porto
Novo. Tho warship Mesango has landed
fifty men to ro-enforco tho French troops.
An object glass for tho forty-inch tcle
scopa to bo mounted at tho University of
Southern California has been taken to
Cambridge, Muss. Clark Bros, aro ex
pected to spend two years on it hoforo it
is ready for use.
Franco and Holland have auroed re
garding tho powers of tho arbitrator in
delimiting tho boundaries of th-ir re
spective territories in Guiana, Holland
consenting that tho arbitration shall bo
At tho conclusion of a hull-fight at
Guadahipo, Mexico, a section of tho am
phitheater collapsed, precipitating thou
sands of spectators to tho ground. No
one was killed, hut hundreds wero
wounded, and many, it is believed,
Tho joiirnoymon hutmukerfl of London
wore recently aked to vote upon tho
question of whether or not the museums
and art galleries should be opened on
Sundays, it having been allegod that
such an opening was not favored by real
workingiiieu, Tho vota was b'A'l in favor
to f'2 against.
Five sisters named Domoviorofr, the
youngest 11) years old, committed suicido
at Moscow. Ashes found lu their apart
ment show that they burned a number
of papers hoforo taking their lives. It Is
lieliovod the fear of unrest as Nihilists
led to commission of the deed.
It is stated that tho Dtiko of Orleans
has refused tiie profler of liberty made
by tho French Government, on account
of tho conditions Imposed. It is expected
that the Duke will bo married, while
undergoing Imprisonment, to his cousin,
PrincfHs Muruuerlte, of Churtrea.
DurlnK the past week business has been,
brink, the find weather bringing with It
country orders with a rush. The outlook
Is most promising, nnd thegenernl fccllnR
Is ono full of hope that this year's trans
actions will exceed nil others. An enor
mous Increase in tho grain nerenpe east of
tlio Cascades Is reported, and a bountiful
crop is expected. Competition amoiiR
wheat buyers must bo looked for, how
ever, fur exporters on Puget sound aro de
termined th u their grain lleet next 8ason.
shall compare favorably with that of Port
land if possible.
Breaking Plow 833K5
Broadcast Seeders IXJ&110
Binding Twlnu 10 per ct dls 18c
Binding Wire " ' 12jc
Grain Drills 110lu0
Gang Plow 1U01I5
" Combined Mowers and
Henpers . . 20 tj ct dls
" Droppers "
" Stef 1-framo solf-bindlng
Harvesters, 20 V ct dls
Hulroad Barrows, iron wheels,
f dozen ...
Itailroad Barrows, wood wheels,
Solid Sleel Scrapers
Steel Disk Harrows
Sulky Plows 7nfr05
Walking Hows )25
Wagons, all makes 110100
Ilurlaps, 40 In 7
Burlaps, 45 In 74
Burlaps, 00 In 1U
Gunnies, 28x40 10
Potato Bugs, net cash 5(a,0i
Wool, 4 lb, " 38
Wool. 4 lb. ' :i
Vhett Nicks, spot, not cash 7,
w neat backs, extra, secoutMianu . . .
Guatomala, lb 22
Java, bt lb 25 27
Mocha, lb lb 28 OHl
No. 1 Costa Illca, f lb 22 (22a
Hlo, t? H 22 23
Salvador, tj lb 21J22i
Boasted, in bags
Arhuckle's Arlosa, I tb 27JW274
Closset & D.'s Columbia 1 lb pre 2(I420?
Costa Illca 25 28
1 toasted .Java DO (SlfcJ
Boasted Mocha 1(5 37
Asparagus, i lb
Cnblmgo, W lb
C.iullllower, It' doz
Carrots, tl sk
Carrots, young, )f doz
Celery, If doz.
Green Pens .. . ,
Lettuce, l doz
Onions, tj 100 lbs
Potatoes, W 100 lbs
Potatoes, HWeots, tf lb
ltndislies, fl doz
Turnips, per sk
Chickens, lnrgo young, t? dor
Ducks, I;' doz
Geeso, young, S doz
Turkeys, young, I? lb....,
Grouse and Pheasants
, OOgl 00
5 50 0 00
5 50 o) 0 00
7 01) 8 5tt
U 00 10 IX)
Apples 1 502 00
Bananas, V hunch !l TMa CO
Lemons, California, X? box y 754 0(1
Lemons, Sicily, IP liox, now 6 60
Limes, It' cwt 1 60
Oranges, HI versifies U 25
Oranges, Seedless 4 504 75
Oranges, Navels , 4 50
Barley, whole, ctl 80 90
Corn, If 100 lbs 160
Oats, good, old, li bushel
Oats, new, 42 fin 4G
live, i' 100 lbs, nominal 1 20 (al 22J
AVhoat, Valley, P WO lbs 12) 1 22?
Wheat, Eastern Oregon 1 15 1 171
Oregon fancy creamery- 25
Choice dairy 20
J'lckled, California 1820
Eastern fancy creamery
California fresh roll 182L
Now California 12J
Oregon skims and old 12I4
Swiss Clicoso. doincstio 15(l0
Young America, Or. 14
Oregon, ? doz HI
Eastern, idoz 10
Portland patent roller, V bbl.
Salem patent roller
Dayton patent roller,
Cascadlu patent roller
Bye Hour, ,
Bran, V ton
liny, ton, baled
Ground Barley, i? ton.'. . . . .
Mill Chop, t' ton
Oil Cako Meal, t'ton
Shorts, If ton
17 0018 0f
10 0017 60
25 005.20 00
18 (XK&20 00
27 co:io 00
20 002l (X)
1.UMI1KII IlOUail AND DltKSSKO.
Hough Per M, ?10 00
Edged 12 00
T. & O. sheathing 13 00
No. 2lloorlng , 18 00
No. 2 celling 18 00
No. 2 rustic 18 00
Clear rough 20 00
Clear P. 4S 22 60
No. 1 flooring 22 50
No. 1 celling 22 60
No. 1 rustic 22 60
Stopping 23 00
200. lb bags, (t'ton 17 00
100- lb bans, V ton 17 00
Ground Bock, 60-lb bags, t ton. .... 12 GO
According to shrinkage,. , ,,,.10 14
Spring clip ltvaw
Utupqua, lambs and fall. 1W W