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About The Oregon scout. (Union, Union County, Or.) 188?-1918 | View Entire Issue (May 8, 1890)
TIIUKSDAY, MAY 8, 18S.
Adcptedibyrtae Recent Republican
Th" republican party of Oregon, in
statu convention nft-tnnldnd, pioud of
its record mid pa si- history, its levo
tion lo the principles f human liberty
nnd liu-mut rights, it? great mil i n
perislmlile name which lend lu-fiennd
glrrv lo the. American amtion sit home
and .lie nations of the earlh, and as
an ussUMiieo oi its continued lidolity
to the ureal, principles for which H lias
contended in tlio past in state and na
tional affairs, do's hereby inako and
affirm the following declaration of its
First Tliat wo fuvor hoiNWit, efficient
and econouiicahidi.iinistrai.ion of ovcry
department of govotnmont, ln-th state
Second That we regard the free
school system of our r.tato as tie spe
cial care and pride oi the republican
party, to ho cherished .as ono of the
bulwarks of the liberties.of the people.
. Thitd That, whereas, I ho np;ibli
cnn party has always conlindod for a
pure electoral system, in ivirsuanc! of
this policy wo favor the Australian
ballot system, and uru plcdpo tho re
publican party to enact suoli .i ,law at '
tho next session of tho legislature,
suliKtantially upon tho line and of the j
character of the act aH draflud by the
Uallat Iteforin league of Oregon.
Fourth That tho republicans of
Oregon send greetings and congratula
tions to ihv'iv biclhcrn of Maine for
having furnished Thomas Jl. Ifccd, an
honest and oour.igeotH iitatcsinan, who,
as speaker of the house of representa
tives, has secured for tho represent.'!-,
lives of tho people- tho right of tho ma
jority to govern, and wo denounce the
Jiction by which tin democratic mem
bers of congrct'H attempt to justify tho
technical defeat of I lie will of the peo
ple and tho majority of their own body
by refusing to vote, though in fact
present and in duly bound to do so.
Filth That wo rejoice in tho fact
that in tho last jnonidential election
tho American people voted to sustain
and uphold the republican doutrinu of
PPlof'lioji I'm democratic party I
..,! u, , Ni" wo aro in !
favor of tho continuance
system cf pio'.ec'.i'.'ti which n;it;
YOlopetl the iViATuifabiuring and agri
cultural interests of our cotmiry and
American laboiing men fioni degra
ding competition with tho pauperized
and poverty-stricken labor of the Old
World and to this end wo endorse tho
provisions of the bill known ns tho Mo
Kinley bill, now pending before con
gress, and m behalf of I lie wool grow
ers and otl'.er industries of 1 1 10 1'aeitic
Northwest, vv urge upon our rep
resentatives in onugriM U do all in
their power to socuro an early p.usngo
of said bill.
Sixth That recognizing (lie fact
that the United States is tho gioutoM
silver pnvlucing country in tho woild,
and that both gold and silver wore
oqimny uie money ui tuo eonsmution ;
from the heSinning of tho repuhlie
until tho hostile legislation against ,
silver, which unduly contracted iho I
circulating medium of the eouutry.
and reuoguistiig that tho great intei
osts of the people demand more money
for use in tho channels of trade and
eonimeico; therefore, wo deelato our
selves in favor of tho free and unlimited
coiling!- of silver, and denounce nny
attempt to discriminate against silver
as uiiwihi and unjust.
Seventh Tlmt tlio gtntitudo of tho
nation to the defenders of tho Union
cannot ho measured hy laws. That
the leg iwlat ure of congress should eon
form to the pledges madu hy a loyal
people, ami he ho enlarged and ex
tended ab to provide against the pos
hihility that any man who honorably
wore the federal uniform shall heoomo
an niniato of an nhuuhoiuo or piivato
Eighth That we aro in favor of a
fair nod otpta! dutrihution of t.ixa- i
tion, and wo helievo that all property
not nuw exempt hy law should eon- j
trihuto its duo proportion in payment '
of the legitimate expeuces of tho gov
ernment. That wo aro in favor of the
adoption of Mich amendment to our ;
assessment laws as will secure thu
equal and jttal assessment and tuxa-
tion of all property at its true va'luo. j
Ninth That we demand the immo- '
diato forfeituio hy congress of the i
laud grant of tho Northern l'aeille j
railroad lorm Portland to W.illula. i
Tenth That v nrt hoorlily in fa j
vor of the p.i.njo through ooitj;ros of j
tho hill providing for a laut railway!
at tho Ual'ti of tho Colon. Imi liver, !
which hn Ufa p sd in the M-natu
by tlio uflurtN of Hi t n ors M.tt h 11 mid
Dolph; that wo helievo it tho tnot
1 d'racticable Juin lor the relief of the
' producers unl for the development
of that vast territory 01 cMJtury .mjju-
Ury lo the great OolumlxU river.
Eleventh 1'hat wo favor tho ennct
iment of a law -in Uio intoest of the
wage-earning .clai-fjcs in factoriotJ,
mines, workfhops, anil public wonks,
lixirjg eight hours as a day's wotk,.aiid
wo denounce the convict contract la
bor system as unjust to the hornet
labor of our Plate -nd believe that all
laws .recognizing -tuch system be re
pealed.: that wo .r.te opposed to thu
further iinigratiooof Chinese laborers
in the United States, and wo demand
jjioio stringent ainlioifictive measures
for carrying into jaactical operation
the enactments of congress excluding
the Ghincso laborors from American
Twclvlh That we rdterato our np
provnl of tho policy of liberal appro
priations for jntcrnal improvements, I
especially for livers and harbors; that j
we favor the coutinuation.of tho policy
of using public luoney for the public!
welfare, bolievinj that the improve-
men t of our waterways will remit in a
material reduction of the rates cf trans
portation. That we hold all corpora
tions strictly responsible under tli3 Law
and recognize tho right of tho legisbi
turo to enact all reasonable limitation!
on corporate power.
Thirteenth That wo favor legisla
tive enactment by which there may
u0 elected or
appointed a state inspec
A()r f weights and measures, and also
filVor lim0nilmot8 to municipal char-
lei(5 which shall- require tho appoint
ineii, of building inspectors in all
cities of ten thousand or more inhabi
tants. Fourteenth That wo are in favor
of an eaily survey of uuHiirveyed lands
in the state, that the same may be
claimed and occupied, and titlesspoed
ily procured by bonafido (settlors under
tho law.i of tho United States. We
demand liberal appropriations by con
gress to sccuie that end.
Fifteenth That while disclaiming
the right to interfero with the adminis
tration of internal affairs of foieign
nations wo sincerly approvo tho efforts
of Irish and English fitatcsmen to se
em e by peaceful methods tho Ameri
can piinciplu of homo rule for Ireland.
Sixteenth That wo denounce all
IriL-L and combinations that have for
their object tho controlling of the
market value of tho necessaries of
Jif0j and wo are in favor rf Jaws re-
ruining and abolishing tho same.
SeventeenthThat wo congratulate
tho country upon the success and pros
peiity that have .marked tho first year
of I'lusidcnL Hanison's administra
lion. That wo rejoice in the r.-stora-tion
of dignity, vigor and statesinansliip
in tho conduct of foreign affairs, which
have settled grave international com
plications upon a basis which secures
every American right, and which by
friendly advances and hospitality, havo
strengthened tho bonds of sympathy
and interest which join us to tho le
publio of the American continent,
paving tho way for a policy of peace,
of extended commerce and of amity
among all tho nations of tho now
world. That wo commend the present
n,llioiml adininist ration for applying
l0 HUrl,i,18 fuma t0 tho payment of
in,Iinvs,,..)(!11,illt? ih)llli8. 118 contrasted
. 0 , ... -
with tho democratic policy of londing
tho surplus to hanks which retained
their bonds and collected interest there
on, while using tho peoplo's money,
which should havo been applied to
the payment of said bonds,
Boom Vorsonal Mention.
The weather is line.
Farmers aro nearly done seeding.
Klgin keeps looming up and putting
on city airs.
.Mr. lliudman has bold 1U0 lots the
last ten days.
A. .1. Ilackott.of Union, mado Elgin 1
a short visit, Saturday.
-Miss Savannah Patten has been j
visiting in Stimmervillo the past week. !
Miss Hettiu Stevenson has been 1
visiting friends in Union the past
Mr. lleornmker, u bankor fiom 1
Chaster, Nob, is here, visiting Mr. I
Prof. C. E. Oliver was in tho city
Saturday, with a view of investing in
Prof. Corpo has bought several acres
in Elgin and is building a dwelling
house. What ne.vtY
.Mis Harris of thu Gove, and Miss
Mnlcin of Union, aro veiling friends
huru, they intend to engage in dress
making. The Elgin teitl ouito company
b nielli tc-n ttorcti iioittiiiiiing the' mill
site, Loin Jimo llindman, J'riday,
Mr. Wade, father of Frank and
Kichard Wade, of Elk flat, arrived
from Iowa n short time ago. He will
piobably locate Jiero as he seems to be
well pleased with this country.
Our school boue is entirelv to small
to naeominndal' all tho pupils. There
are now 70 unrulled. A now house is
greatly iiiccded, but. it w.is decided at
the tckool nieetiug, to postpone build
ing awhile, as the boom would be
likely to bring more people during the
THE WORLD'S BEST
Has no equal for Stylo, Fit and Wear. Posltlvol j
tho best eboo in America for tho money. Do not be
deceived. , 8o stamp on bottom of each shoe. Take
no oiner." isvnry mur wnrranica
Dauol to any uliou In '.ho marlu
equal to nny
iou In .ho market. For salo l)j
Jos. Wright, Union, Or.
R. II BROWN,
OILS, GLASS, PUTTY, Etc.
Complete and Varied Stock of Wall
Paper on hand.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
Day or Night.
A full supply of school hooks con
stantly on hand.
III CITY HOTEL
(Opposite tho Court House.)
UNION, : : : OREGON.
Now in charge of L. J. Bootiik.
Tlio hotel has been newly fitted up.
The best cooks and tho best table
waiters have been employed.
MEALS AT ALL IIOUIIS.
bread for sale, constantly on
Moiils imd Bods 2ti Cents.
Public Patronage Solicited,
IHdgling horses suceesfully treated,
lleiters and sows spayeil hy the latest ini
proved methods. I will give iinstructi'fi i
in my system of treatment, and guarameo
(atisfaction in every instance, or no charges
will he made. 1 am permanently located at
Union, Oregon. Will promptly attend to
all calls, by mail or otherwise. 8-15-tf.
LUMBER for SALE
at tho High Valley
All kinds of lumber constantly on hand
or furnished on short notice. Prices cheap
as the cheapest.
Patronage - Solicited.
WM. Wl LICINSON .fc SON.
Doney & May, proprietors, Cove, Union
A full supply of trees and shrubbery con
stantly on hand and for sale at
Trees on Salo at La Grande.
,'-27-iii2 Orders Solicited.
T T. CHAPMAN,
Real Estate Agent,
Parties desiring to invest in
town property or in farming
should call on or address me at
NutlVO Of l-OI ftlltllM'.
Cornucopia, Union county. Oregon,!
Pub. 2o. 1SSHJ. i
To Jamus E.uuwkatiiku ami Jam km H.
You and Ach of you aro hereby notllled
that John Mcl'mlilon has expended one
liundrtMl dtdlsrs in labor on the "Nettle"
mine, slumlcd hi the Granitu Mining Dis
trict, Union county. Oroitoii, hi order to
hold said premiMts under thu provUious of
Sikv 2121, revUett statutes of the United
htatos, lining the amount reipiired to hold
the hmiiio for the your ending Dec. ill, ISM),
and if within ninety day (nun the ncrvlee
(if this notice you fail or rcftim to contrib
ute your proportion of such expenditure as
suuh co-owner, your interest tu mid claim
will hoeoino the proporty of tho uuorilior
umhr said taction iniil.
ruder and by virtue of nn a'taclimcnt.
cS'.Tiition and order of .nlo iuel out of
tlio Hotiorall Citcait Court of the state of
Oregon, for Union cjuiitv, to nio directed
and delivered upon a judgment rendered
in said onrt on tlio 12th dayof February,
IflOO, in fuvor of W. T. i.'arioll admiiiWtrii
trof the fslat" of Jb'." II. .Stansrll de
Wifcd. nt'il apnin.st .1. It. Staiisell niid W.
1J. llaiiiiltoii (teferiiliiilth, roptiring me that
out of tin property lierrinuftcr described, I
laakc the sum of" Jill IB with interest at
the rate of 10 lie i-ent. er anmitii. from
February 1. IStW. and thu further sum of
Ti'iOO nttoriu VM fei-s in tins action, and
co-li and diihursiiaruts taxed at flSJ i!i and
I cott of this writ, ntiu :ic -rnnii costs, and
i whorias: by said execution and decree it
' wu mdercd that the follo'ving deicrihnd
I real 'tatt besold. to-wit: The SWyt SE'
I Section Town-hiii 1 South of Hnngc .'Ml
I taut of the YVII.uiiictte nieridlan. am) N'W
! y, of NKjtf Section ", Township 2 South of
I lt.'iiici Kastof thu Willamette meridian.
all in Union county, Oregon, he sold and
I proceed nrNing thcrpfom be applied in
1 satisfaction of said Judgment; therefore I
j will M'll on
hnturilny. Hie 311 day of May, 1800,
' at '2 o'clock p. m, of said day, at public auc-
lion, In front of the court houe door in
' said county, all the richt, title, claim and
interest winch said defendants ,J. It. Stan-
sell and W. 1!. Hamilton had on or after
January .'iO, IStiO in or to said property, and
that I will on the same dav and date' above
mentioned sell tbe following described per
sonal property, to-wit: Two black mares,
.'I years old. branded H Hon left hip; one
bay mare, :t years old. branded S !l on left
hip; one bay home, ;i year old, branded
b!t on feft liip: two red cows, about
1 four years old ; one cow flyears old,
branded II on left side, and one roan cow. !
branded V S on left hip, in satisfaction of
Teriiii of sale, cash to tnc in hand.
Dated Mav 8, 1S0O.
Sheriff of Union County' Oregon.
Under and by virtue of an order of sale
and decree of foreclosure and salo issued
out of tho Honorable Circuit Court of the
state of Oregon, for Union county, on the
l!0th day of April, lh!J0, wherein J. W. Shel
ton, plaintiff, obtained a judgment and de
cree of forcclosurv and salo. against ,1. V.
Dray and S. A. Drav. defendants, on the
12th day of I-ebruary, 1&90, requiring mc
that out of the property hereinafter de
scribed nmldeacrilicdin said decree, Intake
tho sum of $231.00 and interest thereon
from February VI, 1S!X) at the rate of 10 per
cent, per annum, and costs and disburse
ments taxed at ? 1 1.00 and the further sum
of f.TO.OO attorneys fees and costs of this
writ and accruing costs, and that to sccui e
said payment or sum of money, said defen
dant.!. W. Dray, executed and delivered to
said plaintiff his certain mortgage upon
the following described lam!, situated in
Union county. Oregon, to-wit : The SW'H
of NICK and XWofSHK "f Section 20,
Township :i South, . f ltange .'IS East of Wil
lamette Meridian, also lilocks No. 2, -1, (i, 8,
0 and II In Arnold .fc Drav's addition to thu
town of La Grande, in said county, also
the East half of Lot one in lilock one on
0 ' street in said town of La Grande: that
the claim to and interest In said laud
claimed bv defendant S. A. Drm is sobie-
qucutin K)i:it of time and subject to tho
mortgage oi sain planum; Tiiereiore I will
Satmdny, tlio .list day of May, 1800,
at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, at puble auc
tion, in front of the court house door in
said county, all thu right, title, claim and
interest of said defendants .1. v. Dray and
S. A. Dray, of, in ami to the above described
propertyand the proceeds to be applied in
satisfaction of taid judgment
Terms of sale, cash to me in hand.
Dated May 8, 1800.
A. N. UAMIIlMX,
Sheriff of Union county, Oregon.
Hv virtue of an attachment execution is
sued out of the Circuit Court of the stat d
of Oregon, for Union county, upon a jui'(..
nient rendered In saiil court on (,0
12th day of February, 1S!W, in favor o
T. Carroll administrator of the cs'tc of
Jesse 11. Stansell, dei eascd, and a'ninst a.
W. A. Stanscll and Martha .1 P.anscll de
fendants, requiring me that cut. of the prop
erty hercinaitcr described alio describe.! in
said decree. 1 make the su;n oT $7S".K'i with
intere.-t thereon from February 12, IsOO. at
the rate of s per cent, per annum, nml for
costs and disbursements taxed at $27.72 and
the coits of this writ and accruing costs,
and whereas by said execution It was or
dered that the following described real
estate be sold, to-wit: The HV't of SE'4
Section .'12, Township 1 b'outh of Ilange ;D
East of thu Willamette Meridian, and NV
1-4 of NEH cf Section fl, Township 2 South
of Hange.'i!) East of the Willamette meridi
an, all In Union county, Oregon, be sold
and the proceeds arising therefrom be ap
plied in satisfaction of said judgment;
therefore I will sell on
Saturday, tlio atst day f .May, 1800,
at 2 o'clock p. m of said day, at public
auction, la front of the court house door
in said county, all the right, title, claim
ami interest of said defendants G, W. A
StaiisoU and Martha J. Stanscll, of, in and
to the above described property, or so much
thereof as may be necessary to sati-.fy said
judgment, with interest and costs, to the
Inchest bidder, cah to me in hand.
Dated May 8, 1SS0.
A. N. HAMILTON,
Sheriir of Union County, Oregon.
I'vtltlun I'or Liquor Mi-ensu.
VfOTICE IS HEUEIIY GIVEN THAT
J. tho undersigned will apply to thocoun
ty court of Union county, stato of Oregon,
for a license to sell spirituous, malt ami
vinous liipiors in less (piatitltics than one
gallon ill Cornucopia precinct, in said coun
ty, for tho period of ono year, said appli
cation to bo made on the 13th day of Mav,
ISfX). T. 0. SHEA.'
To the Honorable County court of Union
We tho undersigned voters of Cornucopia
precinct in said county, would respectfully
jietition your honorable body to grant a
license to T. ( Shea to sell spirituous, malt
and vinous liipiors in less (piautitics than
one gallon at the town of Cornucopia, in
said county ami statu, and hi duty bound
your petitioners will ever pray:
C W Wood, S Cox. 1) W Tice. X D Holey.
J T Holies, Tho Turner, A H Glidwell.
Thos Habblngton, Pat Shea. T G Shcpnard,
("has Keller. Thomas Murray, Don Soldinl,
I N O'Moara. J A Gerbrich. J A Hurch. A
J Hlammiist, LJ Huii k.SA Cunningham, i
.1 W Magann. K V Kullorton. S W lleers,
I Austead, O USteeii. James llastmiu. .las
Cunningham. Geo 0 Newcomb, 11 Hubert-1
son. J L'Alberson, Jas J Shea. S Pickering.
.1 W Nicholson, 11 V Pierce. J C lteihnan, !
Martin Smith, J V Judge, George Fry, J It
lluplies, Chun Zlnuueriiian. A KIppes, G W '
llolstine, Frcenmn Haiinon, Win Norton, i
Jainuf Makuy, Hugh Curran, VT llurdett,
M Walsh. S M (illuior, V W Gallagher.
John ltawdln 1
Shingles For Sale!
An unlimited ninount of No. 1 shhiglo
constantly on hand and for salo cheap. .
Orders from all purls of thu country so
licited. 8. 11. lUlltltOUGHd,
3-H.tf Covo, Oregon.
Timber J.nml, Act Jtino .1. IS. S.- tie r
S. Lash OfFiCE, L GBAKnn. Drrw.i
Air: , i :".
Notice Is hi-rchy given thai in miiuliancc
with the provisions of thn net of C'.m,i
of June !, 18" entitled "An net for the
sale of timber hiniKin the State-, of Cn.Jfor
nia. Or.-eon, Nnvadti. and U u.hiiifton ter
ritory,'' America F. Kpm. of Cove, county
of Pninn, s'ate of Oregon, has this day
lilfd in thi-4 office her sworn st itciiiont No.
1!IJ, for the purchnsf of thi- XK', N!.'1, of;
Section No. II, in Tp. No. .1 S, Kanp1 No. ;
1(1. ami will offer prof to sho-.v that the
land oupln i more vtthia'iV for its litnlwr
or stone than for agricultural purposes, nud j
to estiililish her claim lo said land before
the r gister and nceiverof this ciBee nt
La Ciraiuli!. Oregon, on Saturday, the 12ih
day of .lulv. lS'JO.
She names u witnis-es : Othn Tk-kcrsley,
William Shoemaker, .John .Shoemaker and
the above decrlbed lands, are reniHhteil to
lile their claims in this ofHee on or belore
said I2th day of .
uly, I W.
Xntlco For I'lilillcatiuu.
L.::n Oi'i icK at La (!i:andk. Oanoo.,i
April 20, 18!H). f
N0TICI2 IS HEKKBY GIVHN THAT
the following-named settler hus filed
notice of his intention to make final proof
in support of liii claim, ami that said proof
will be made before the register and receiv
er at La Grande, Oregon, on June Oth,
Willaril C. Harsln.
D. S. No. 7.-IO, for thoSJ SW'4 Sec. 11,
and NW NWlfSs't-c. 11. Tp. 7 S, It. 41 E,
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation oi. said lumi. viz:
George L. Uowman. Cvrus Itarnos, Ila
ncr,W. Lee, and George'.E Corpe, all of
.Medical Springs, Oregon.
Any person who desires to protestngainst
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 be allowed, will
be given an opportunity at the above men
tioned time and place to cross-examine the
witnesses of said claimant, and to offer
evidence in rebuttal of that submitted bv
claimant. Hnxr.Y IIi.nkiimit
Timber J,and, Act Juno 15, 18T8
U. S. Land OtHcc, La Grande, Crogor.,
jiarcn n, inu, f
Notice is hereby given that in coirplianco
with the provisions of tho net of Cong-re ss
of Juno It, 1878. entitled "Ap act for, fi,(.
sale of timber lands in tho stales of '
ferula. Oregon, Nevada, and Washi- ,,'tt,,,,
Territory." Edward Kemillurd of 'ji'mi
county of Union, state of Oregon 1(3, this
day tiled in this onico his sworu s'iiernent
No. 170, for tho purchase of the: i t u'ir
and NWH SV of Sec .3."., and pg,.
S(''1ti'"!i;U,ir" T()w,,'i',il' 'V1 S ,lr .ng o 40 K
and will oiler iroof to show ,j,0 jm
sought is more valuable for tim'iei- or
stone than for agricultural Jwvl)osvs all(l
to establish bis claim, to iai'a .,lm betoro
the register and receiver r t)is nu.e iU
Laf.randc. Oregon, on ri.lay the".Jrd dav
of May, 1S1X). 3 1
He names as witn osscs- Fd Iarvi
Wade Shelton, Geop M nCii .,';, (V
Simmous, all of uui Jn Oregon
Any and all per ,0I1S' claiming advorsoly
the abovc-descril .i n,io r ,tiui t;,
lile their olaiim
in this olllce on or before
sain -.iru nay o j Mav. 1S()o,
(I, Ant .niid :, lS78..-;.'(itien
L. mi Oitici:, La Gkaxde. Ounno.v, )
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the pr.ivisions.ifth.Mict of Congress of ,
.line .1. lsiS. (-nt it led "An act lor thusnlul
timber lands in the states of California
Oregon. Nevada, and Washington Ter
ritory,'' Itobt-it Ilr.irls,
of North Powder, county of Union, state of
Oregon, ha-, this day tiled in this ollicc I i i -sworn
statement No, 17.!, for tin' purchase
of the KS NH" i of Section No. I), in' Town
ship No. 7 S, ltange No. :iS E, and will oiler
proof to show that the land sought is more
valuablo for its timber or stone than for
agricultural purposes, and to establish his
claim to said land before the register and
re-.'eiycr of this ofliceat La Grande. Oregon,
on Monday, the Oth, dav of June, 1S!)0.
Ho names a- witucMcs: W, W. Ellis,
.lames A. Hutchinson, .Joseph E. Carroll
and Dave lleverago, alt of North Powder,
Any and all ncrsous (iaiininir adversely
tho above-described lands arc requested to
lile their claims in this ofllco on or before
said Oth day of June, 1800.
N'otlcu l-'or I'ubtiuatlon.
Land Olllce at La Grande, Oregon, I
April 0.1MI0. f
Notico is hereby given that tlio following
named settler has Hied notice of his inten
tion to make final proof In support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
toro mo register anil receiver at Mi uraiinu.
Oregon, on May 23, 1SO0. via:
Adln it. Tnttlo,
Hd. No. I.')ll. for the SW Sec 20, Tp. 1 N,
It 10 E.
He mimes tlio following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence uiriii and
cultivation of. said land, viz:
Jes-o L. Hindnian, .laeob Ilrugger, .T. It.
Tucker and iMiaiies L. Harris, all of Klgin,
Any person who desires to protest against
the allowance of such proof, or who knows
of any substantial reason, under the lawund
the regulations of tho Interior Department,
why such proof should not he allowed, will
bo given an opportunity at tho above men
tioned time and place to cross-examine thu
witnesses of said claimant, and to offer
evidence In rebuttal of that submitted bv
Notice Tor Publication.
Land Oillco at La Grande. Oregon, I
April 12. lSliO. f
Notice is hereby given that the followlng
named settler has Hied notice of her Inten
tion to commute ami make thud proof in
support of her claim, and that said proof
will bo made before the register nml welvn
at Li Grande, Oregon, on .May 23, IsO), viz:
1C in inn lliilwcll,
ILL No. -I1S0, lor tho WK SE Sop. 22,
NW'4 NE' and NEVi NW"X Se. 27, Tp.
t S. It. 10 E. W. M.
She liumus the following witneitei to
prove her continuous rosldeiiou upon ud
cultivation of. said land. vU:
C. C. llldwell, Win. Porter, Mugifie P.
Ames, and E lward Kiddle, allot I niju,
Anv m r ou who desirev to protest n(rulut
the allowutiie of mn-i proot, or who kimw
ofanv nltaiitiulreas4m, under the !.i .. !
the rcguliiioii of the lntvnor 1V urtni nt.
why iuch proof shnulii nut 1... allowed, w i.l
bo Kiven an ippiutanitv ut t he nl.n,. nun
tioued tii'i,- .in. I pl.ii-c in i ro- cmi .ti n i1
witlies-c nf .i l i iimittiM. i'li. I to 'i
orhhiii c in ri. n'.il ui turn s'llimiti. . . .
Hl.MiV Kl K:i . i
1-17-wd i;. o,r.
Tiio Groat Trade Cen
ter of Grande
AND WALLOWA VALLEYS,
, and 1 allowa counties.
Tho Junction of Two Great Bnilronri?
Systems, the Union Pacilic Oregon
Railway and Navigation, and the Nor'
thorn Pacilic Oregon and Washing'
ton Territory or "Hunt System."
Of all the nourishing towns and cities
in Union county ELGIN is the only
ono that enjoys tho distinguishing fea
ture of occupying n beautiful site in
the center of a valley, making it mon
arch, absolute, of tho situation.
Is surrounded on the cast sr,.
west iy tlio greatest wrlCilt grow
ing country on the Pacific C0!ist and
will bo connected, direct, .5 0c'eap
transportation on Puget eound
Is surrounded by rootllins 0f the Blue
mountains (n.vt"aro COyered from base
to sumir wjtj, a (ienso gr0vth of pine,
i taniarao timber that can only
-quailed on Puget sound.
lias "Water Power of sufficient capacity
to supply unlimited manufacturing,
and arrangements aro now being made
for the erection of extensive grist and
saw mills and other manufacturing industries,-
Is surrounded by low foothills that
have proven to be the best fruit-growing
land in Eastern Oregon. Being
entirely free from the sweeping winds
that prevail in other sections, the snow
lies on the ground all winter, a sure
guarantee of good wheat and fruit
Can be supplied at nominal cost
with pure, sparkling, cold water from
Phillipps creek, for domestic use, irri
gation and protection against lire.
Po.-se.sses every element and facility
required to make it the leading me
tropolis of two rich counties, and that
it8 growth will be phenomenal as soon
.. ... 1 .
.in int.- itiuiimtia uiu 111 lami inuicss
of construction, is the opinion of all.
An Opportunity for
Persons of Limit
The Union Ileal Estate and Mhiing
Exchange is offering lots in their ad
ditions at nominal prices ranging from
$10 to .ffiO. Terms, 25 per cent, cash
and ;jif per month payments. The
price of lots will bo raised 10 per cent,
on the loth of each month during tho
It is the boliof of till who have investi
gated that tho value of lots in Elgin
will increaso from two hundred to one
thousand fold within the present year.
Tho right titno to get hold of a few
lots in the right place, on tho "ground
Tirlniitmiffii.-TtnrffTfcfirrrr r r ti in nil in
floor" prices, is right now.
Communications by lottor or other
wise, will recoivo prompt attention,
and solootions will bo mado for parties
in this mannor with special caro.
Tho Union Eeal Es
tate and Mining
Is a corporation capitalized nt $20,-
000, with .f 12,(!00 paid up capital. Hon.
1). W. Lichtonthaler, nrotidont: Hon.
H. Ikinelmrt, vico-proaident; S, A..
I'urnol, treasurer; E. S. MoComas sec-4
GRLMCIS : Two doors north of Con
ISrtie dMiriug lo buy or soil
c-t.itc phanc call on or uddrorts
E. S. M. I'tiMAS, I'uion, Or.
HeCy. U. II. E. & M, J3Xf