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THURSDAY, JULY 17.ri80.
Written for Tub Scout.1
Bereft of cYry sense of rij;lit
f You hover with serene delight
Around each nerve of man.
Of all the ills that suourge inniikiml ;
That rack the form, or dim the mind,
you're captain of the van.
You send a cliill. ilicn hc.ittn;? pain,
Tilt scarce our life we can reditu:
Then on our neck youMI stand.
Now clangtiitr bine, nwny you hie,
And halt vour troop behind our eye.
Viltii pomp you then comuian.il,
Affatn yo order change of base,
And next wo feel you in our'faco;
Ourfcoetli you radk with pain
And tf wo try to drive you out,
Your tactic .arc to "right about"
Sonic other part to gam.
Then next around our shoulder blafri
You make a eunp for your brigade,
And claim it your domain.
You order then fierce attack
Against tho muscles of our la:k,
By all your impish train.
tfofrco ourselves of you 'tU vain, ,
Andinyour clulchex wo remain
A wreck of whit wo were.
Our nerves unstrung, our mind sajpaircfi
Fitjaufojcets then wo aro declared
For the nsylum'n care.
No peace havo we. where e'er wo go,
You're constantly our deadly foe;
I'o nympathy you have;
Chief, captain o'er tho host of ills.
By yo.ur.eoininand, your torture killn
Aji! sends ns to the grave.
-ir. C. KMniiv.
Tli 4 .Judge Waa Shockod.
A Walla Vulla lady, who ia afllicted
with'pnrtial (taufnc?, is nlao suH'uring
just now with Uio grip. Shu U also
tho mother of aa infant nx montha
old. Notwithstanding tho nrovalonoo
nil theso discouraging alllictiona says
tho Journal, thuro vm a social gather
ing at Jior house recetjtly, on which
occaaion Jmlgo Whitman, a inodeat
yet froHcsomo old coon, asked her how
tho hahy wasprogTCHsing. HUo ropliud
with animation, evideutly prasuming
tliat lio was asking aftor her own tato
Of IWlitil il'Ul tho cold in her hu.td; "
fclwuya have it at V" season of tho
year, and it is uhvaya very IrtfUVIwup
hut I must say that tlild tlio worst
ono I ovor had, and 1'vo had a dozen,
if I've had one." "Mudimo!" exclaimed
tho horrified judge, witli an oflloial
blush. "Yes, it worries mo dreadfully
at night, but your turn will eomo next.
I can toll by your looks you are going
to havo one justliko mine." Aminuto
later Judge Whitman loft without his
lint or cane, and wont homo to tako a
provoiitilivoj composed of Rock and
John Blzas up Hla Mellleaa Brother.
A Chinaman in a loiter homo des
criptive of tho people in this country
Uayat ''Tho AincrleMVd aro so industri
ous thoy havo Jio time to do anything.
Tho English bluster about all morning
trying to get to work, but aro apt to got
drunk before they 20t to work at tlo
intended job. Tho Dutch look imio
contly atupid, butarodangoioua people
to trade with. The Irish, having
starved out at homo, try to rule every
land thoy go to for something to eat.
Tho womon look liko invorted funnels
sliding along tho bidowalks. Tho boys
nromoanor than devils, and grow worto
tho longer they live. The peoplo aro
good every soventh ilay ; tlio rest of tho
time their Josh is aslp and dout
bother what goes on. Whun a had
man dies he goes down into tho ground
where it is all lire. A good man whou
ho dies, goes up in tho sky, where there
ia nothing to do hut sing and wear
white shirts. The peoplo eat all man
ner of trash, but seem to bo eternally
A Popular Theater.
Signor Salvini outlines this plan for
a popular theater: "I Komotimea think
that if there could be founded oho, vous
a popular theater not u national thea
ter so much, that is not what I mean,
but really a thoator of tho people a
thoator whoro tho commonest work
man could pay something were it but
a )enny that would not prevent him
coming, and which would let him feel
ho had given somothing towards his
share, and whoro ho could sou constant
ly tho greatost and tho best plays acted
as thoy dciiorvo to bo. If this could bo
achieved I think sometimes that half
tho crimes and half too foolish and
uaolo&s strikes that happou might bo
Btockralieca, Look Jlerel
Among tho many causes that havo
conspired to make 11 scarcity of money
not only in Portland, but throughout
the state, says tho Welcome, not tho
least is tho vcuruity of beef cattle, a
sufficiency of which heretofore has
been owned by Oregon farmers. It has
been said by those conversant with tho
slock and beef business that in tho
past year at least $1,000,000 which
should havo been held in Oregon was
forwarded to California for fat beef.
Ono firm alone haa paid in freight on
cattlo for the past five months ?100,
030. For fat beef in California Tort
land butchers h ivc paid .'l.V cents per
pound and with the addition of freight
yet thoy buy cheaper than thoy can
at homo where good beef cattle nrj
held at fivo cents. When this market
is mentioned Western Washington and
Victoria must bo considered inMiico
Portland supplies these sections with
ifour-lifths of the beef.
Taklnj up and Working Es trays.
Wo clip tho following, whic'i ap
peared in a recent issuo of tho Dayton
Inlander: "James Orendorll' wus fined
$50 and costs amounting in all to $09,
for taking up and working an cstray
horse. Orendorll' took up tlio animal
last fall and advertised itjiis an cstray,
but laoglectcd to fulfill the law in hav
ing it appraised and sold. Tho law
inakcs.a penalty for misdemeanor of
this kind of not more than .foOO nor
less than twice the value of the animal
thus taken. Tlio officers and apprais
ers were its lenient as they could hon
orably be v. i tli tho old man, becattso it
appeared In them that the mhdcuican-
or was donctnoro through neglect than
intentional vrong. Orendorll' gavo
boils for sUy of execution. This
oug&fc to ho a hbir warning to others."
Tho Walla Wulia Statesman of re
cent date had tho following: An old
newspaper mnn (reljred) who iono of
Walla Walla's best cStizens, not long
since related his experience in conduc
ting a country paper. Among other
things ho taid : There aro more porsons
wlio spongo from uowspaperfl than any
other class. When !t man comes into
the world ho receives a rcc "ad ;" when
ho dies his good deeds aro not over
looked by tho critic editor. All during
his lifu ho asks and receives favors
from tlio nowspapors. If thoy speak
tV't'll of him tho fl ittering notieo is re
ceived ill ik!!!??; If !? ritn nrojjtistly
Or'.'.'"ed iio talks of asitilfoi'(Atuige.;."
Ho desires favorable meuJion and de
sires it ofton. In fact soif.o men have
an idea that a newspaper is run ex
pressly to keep them before the public
and that too, without money and with
rHE CRY OF MlLLlOPJo!
OH, 7-W SKCKl
STOP IT NOW,
COON IT WIIL D TOO LATE.
I hnvc bftn troubled mnny yenrx with
riluMisc nf the kiilneviJ nud have tried
mnnv iltffercat u-medlei nud. haw
t., n. .lit n'.l from diner-
eat ph.vf' .,.,.4 i
wltiuut relief. About the
l w,n salRiiiiK f;-'-1 - wy 4oW;
uttucU that alcui.L pwtvua a) ia
t uh ft manner ttmt i -n ocnt over.
When 1 Kit Jo'ii it was u'niojt unVjiil,lr: lur in .
to get up alone, or to V on uv clothe, when
ttau ITOViiltucc wu nr. nc.ui.-y,
OKl'GO.M lClD.SJi'TUA, to iy
hotel, 1 liniutdintcly euinmcnecil
n'jtig the ten. It hod nil almost
miraculous effect, nnd to the aston
leliuicut ofall the nucsts ut the hotel,
In n few davi.,1 toil hniiliy to state, ,
that 1 wan a new man. I wlllit
recoiiunciul uic ieu w uii ti-iuni'
ut 1 Uax been.
O. A. TUITUU,
lroi)rletor Occidental Hotel,
Nnitu Uon. Cut.
Notlcn For I'lililleiitlon,
Iasn Okmci: at L.v Giianhj:. Oiikoox.i
Mav III, KSitu. )
NOTICE IS HEllEltY GlVEN THAT
the following-named settler has tiled
notice of his intention to maUo Until proof
in support of his claim, ami that said proof
will bo made before the register and receiv
er ut La Grande, Oregon, on July 22,
(J. W, Dolnii,
I). S. No. Km, for the NEf SEW Sec. I,
WWSWK.XE SW'KSce. !l,Tp. (IS. 1!.
Ho names tlio following vitne.scs to
prove his continuous rcMdoneo upon and
cultivation of, Mild hnul.vUi
Alma Holny, W. K. Well. Joseph liar-ri-011
ami George Stoddard, all of Xorth
Anv person whodeMros to protostagainst
the allowance of such proof, or who knows
of any MilMautitil reason, under the law und
tliu regulations of tho Interior Department,
why such proof nhould not be allowed, will
be given an opportunity at tlio above men
tioned time ami place to cross-examine the
witnesses of said claimant, and to otter
evidence In rebuttal of that submitted by
claimant. IIkmiy Kink.iiaut,
notici: ui' iMni'j:tTiiui:.
To the heirs of tho late E. A. Warner:
You are hereby notified that 1 have ex
pended forty dollars In labor and Improve
ment on the "May Flower' mine in order
to hold tho said mine, as provided in mv
tlon 2121 revised statutes of tho United
States, being tho amount required to hold
one-third ot said mino fertile year and
if within ninety days from tervko of this
notice you fail or refuse to pay your pro
portion of fiieh expenditure as co-owner,
your Interest in said claim will become the
properly ot the subscriber under t-ald sec
Cornucopia. OrcKon. Julv IX 1N0.
717-wl3, C.J. DUFKEY.
NOVlOi: TO CONTU.VCTOllS.
Henled hid will bo recelvM by the county
clerk up to noon 011 July 21), I MO, for the
conntructlon of a brick vault over thu
present court houso vault, to be of thu
cuuienlieiuid similar design. The said vnujt
to t'ommunlciito with theroom in thu court
home over the present clerk' olllco, with
door similar to tho 0110 In thu present vault,
rianx nud uncclllratlons nuit iieeouimliy
each bid, and thu court reserves thu rwjTl
to rejwt any nnd nil bids.
lly order of the county ourU
TlUtVHIt OLIVKK. -
7 17 t2 County Clork.
SH Kill PI"S SAM!.
VIRTU H OF AX KXIX'ITTIOX
l-sued out of the Honorable Circuit
Court of tho state of Oregon, for t'nlon
rottnty. to itic dim.ted and delivered, hear- ,
lug date of July 11, 18 XI. upon u judgment
rendered In said court on tho LDtii dav of '
February, IfWI. in favor of .1. M. For'dlce
ami .T. A. Oliver plaintiff (tint ngaintt W.
H. McComiM defendant, for the sum of
three htiU'lred ami thirty-three dollar ami
fiirty-ono eeiits, vhMi judgement was en
rolled and docketed in the clerk's olliee of
mid court on the 'Jlfh d i.v of March, A. D.
I. KKO; theiefore I have levied lipim nud will
Fell at auction on
Monday, tho lUtli liny of All -list, 1K1IO, I
at 2 o'clock p. in , of fnid day, at the court J
iiouse noor in i iiioii, i ninn countv, ore
pni.tOfntNfy ?aiI juilg'nt-iir. tn-wit: Three
liundred and three ami C.:-1X) dollar, with
intert'.-t thereon at tin- rat" ofs ptr cent,
per minimi, from the mid -Mth d.iy of
February. A. I). IIS I and accruing costs
thereon, all the right, title and interest
which the said defendant V. H. WcComas
had on or after the aiil "JOth day of March,
18X0, in or to the following described real
estate, to-ivit: Lot No. "i in I'loek No. (1)
onein the town of t'tiion, t'uiou county,
sta'c of Oregon.
Ternii of sale, ciwh to me in hand.
Dated thin Kith dav of Julv, 1MK).
J. T'. IJOLLIW.
Iiy W. It. Uhiiki!, Sheriir.
Tlinlier I.nnil, Act .Iiiiki ::. IH7S.
U. S. J.AXi) Office, La Giiamic. Oni:no,
Jtino), 1890. )
Xotice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of Congress
of June .'i, 187.S, entitled "An act for tho
kaIo of timber lands in the States of Califor
nia. Oregon, Xcvada. and Washington Ter
ritory,1' (icorge (1. Gray, of Cove, countv
of Union, state of Oregon, has this day
Med in this olllce his sworn statement Xo.
aril, for the purchase ofthoS .SW.SWJ
.SHK f t-'ec, No. 1. in Tp. Ko. 2 a', Itango
Xo. :13 I'..aml will oiler proof to show that the
land sought is more valuable for its timber
or stone than for agricultural purposes, and
to establish his claim to said laud before
the register and receiver of this olliee at
La Grande. Oregon, on Saturday, the 27th
day of Sept, 1MXJ.
He names as witnesses: W. W. Kandall,
.1. (J. .Smith. Mike Itiddlo and J. C. Kandall,
all of Cove, Oregon.
Any and all ner.son, c'aiming adversely
the above-described lands, nre requested to
Hie their claims in this olllco on or before
oald 27th day of Kept, 1S00.
IlKXUV It 1NKIIAKT.
TIjiiIhh' I.niut, Ant Juno :i, 1H78 N'oticr
U. K. J.AM) Ofi ici:, La Qisandk, Onnoox, I
May 20. 1890.
Xotice is hereby given that in compliance
witli the provisions of tho act of Congress of
June .'J, 1878. entitled "An act for the sale
tinnier laiuin in tne state., of California,
Oregon. Nevada, and Washington Ter
ritory," AVIIttaiu IC. Itouthv,
of Cove, county of Union, state of Ore
gon, has this day filed in this olllce his
Hworn statement Xo, 203, for tho purchase
of tlieSWK XWand W SWof Sec-
tion Xo. 22,
Towusiiip Xo. 2 South,
Kiiniiu io ii.rsi, mi'l "in oner
iroof to show that tho Jawl spught jg more
ii.?st. ami win oner
valuable for its h... ttyi() (Lmu tyr
HKi iciiuuiiii iiiii ijum's, mill io L'Miluusii in:
claim to said land before the register and
receiver of this olllce (it I.a Grande, Oregon,
on .Saturday, the 23rd , day of Aug., 1890.
lie names as witnesses: ,1. 0. A. Itlch-anl-nn,
E. E. Willard, J, V. Smith and
John Tallct, all of Cove, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
tlio ubovc-divscribcd lands are requested to
lile thelrclaims in this olllce on or before
said 2.ird day of Aug., 1800.
Notice For l'ulillcii
t La G ramie, Oregon 1
.Tmui!). 1W0. t
"(o Isltereby given that the followlng
iWi settler has tiled notieo of his intcn-
VW)n to make (inal proof in support of his
dm. and that said nroof will be made lie-
fore the legister and receiver at La Grande'
Oregon, on duly 2.5, 1800, viz:
losvrih C. IIuitImhi.
D. S. Xo. ns.Vi, for tho SE'4 SW'4 Sec. 3.
XEWNWK, WXWh Sec, 10. Tp. (IS,
It. :is E.
lie names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon nnd
cultivation of. snid land, viz:
G. W. Dolan, W. L. Wells. Alma Xewlin
nnd L. 11. Charnes, all of Xorth Powder,
Anv pers-on who desires to protest against
tho iilbiwnneo of such proof, or who knows
of any substantial reason, under tho law and
tlio regulations of the Interior Department,
why such proof should not bo allowed, will
bo given an opportunity at tho nbovo men
tioned time and plaeo to cro.s-e.amine the
witnesses of said claimant, and to oiler
evidence in rebuttal of that submitted by
claimant JIu.nky Kixkuaiit.
Notieo I'm- i'lilillt'atlon.
Land Olllco at La Grande. Oregon,)
.May lh!K. 1
Notice is hereby clven that tho following
named settlor has tiled notice of his inten
tion to make litial proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be mode be
fore tlio register and receiver at La Grande,
Oregon, on July IS, lk). vir. :
tUuii-liiN C. lUdwelt.
1) S Xo. 87(0, for the.SEiir. XEor..XE
ir. SE qr. See 22, SW qr. XWqr., X W or,
SW (jr. See 2.1, Tp, -1 S. It 40 E.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of, said laud, viz:
George Ames, L. A. Uobertson, J. A.
ltumhly nnd Alonzo Ynnscart, till of Un
Not iro For l'lililli-ht ton.
Land Olllco at La Grande, Oregon, (
June 20, 18!H). I
Xotico Is hereby given that tho following
named settler has tiled notice of his Inten
tion to make tlnal proof in Kupnort of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the regUternnd receiver at La Grande,
Oregon, on August 7, 18!K), vis:
lid, Xo. .T0t).s. for tho Lot 1. S4 XE) XKf
SEViSec.n. Tp.SS. It. 40 E.
lie names tho following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of, said laud, vir:
Thomas Anderson. Frank Cnrncnter. S.
O. Swaekhnmer and W. M. Stoker, all of
The Great Trade Cen
ter of Grande
AND WALLOWA VALLEYS.
And the distributing point for Union
and Wallowa counties.
The Junction of Two Great Railroad
Systems, tho Union Pacific Oregon
Jtnilway and Navigation, and the Nor
thern Tacilic Oregon and Washing
ton Territory or "Hunt System."
Of all the nourishing towns and cities
in Union county ELGIN is tho only
one that enjoys the distinguishing fea
ture of occupying a beautiful sito in
the center of a vallcj', making it mon
nrcli, absolute, of tho situation.
Is surrounded on tho cast south and
west by tho greatest wheat grow
ing country on the Pacific coast and
will bo connected, direct, with ocean
transportation on Puget sound.
Is surrounded by foothills of tho Blue
mountains that are- covered from base
to summit with a dense growth of pine,
fir and tamarac timber that can only
bo equalled on Pugct sound.
lias Water Power of sufficient capacity
to supply unlimited manufacturing,
and arrangements aro now being made
for tho erection of extensive grist and
saw mills and other nianuact wring in
Is surrounded by low foothills that
havo proven to bo tho best fruit-growing
land in Eastern Oregon. Being
entirely freo from tho sweeping winds
that prevail in other sections, tho snow
i ,1. , ,. . .
nes on tuo grounu an winter, a pure
gtiaranteo of s, good wheat anil fruit
Can bo supplied at nominal cost
with pure, spar kling, cold water from
Phillipps crec1, for domestic use, irri
gation and protection against fire.
Possesses ovcry clement and facility
required to make it tho leading me
tropolis of two rich counties, and that
jts growth will bo phenomenal as soon
as the railroads aro in rapid progress
of construction, is the opinion of all.
An Opportunity for
Persons of Limit
Tho Union Ileal Estate and Mining
Exchange is offering lots in their ad
ditions at nominal prices ranging from
$10 to 'if 50. Terms, 25 per cent, cash
and if5 per month payments. Tho
prico of lots will bo raised 10 per cent,
on tho 15th of each month during the
It is tho belief of all who havo investi
gated that the value of lots in Elgin
will incrcaso from two hundred to one
thousand fold within tho present year.
Tho right tiruo to get hold of a few
lots in tho right place, on tho "ground
lioor" prices, is right now.
Communications by letter or other
wise, will receive prompt nttention,
and selections will bo made for parties
in this manner with special caro.
The Union Eeal Es
tate and Mining
Is a corporation capitalized at $20,
000, with$12,G00 paid up capital. Hon.
D. W. Iiichtcnthaler, president; Hon.
L. U. Itinchart, vice-president; S. A.
Pureol, treasurer; E. S. McComas sec
retary. OFFICE ; Two doors north of Ccn
Partioa desiring to buy or boII real
os'tato plcato cull on or address
K. . McCOMAS, Union, Or.
Sco'y. U. It. E. A M. Kx.
! Xotice is heieby given by the undersigned
I adtnini.strator aii l adnnni!rat'-ix ot ih-1
. estate of Xatlianicl Swiger deceased, to tin
I creditors of, and all persons having claims
I against the faid deceased, to present. them
wan tnc proper voueiiers. witmn six
months from thedate of tids notice, to the
said administrator at his residence in High
valley, or Hidd administratrix at her resi
dence ahout three miles southeast of Un
ion, r to Shelton ,fc Carroll at their olliee
in Union, all of said places being in Union
Dated at Union thls'Jjth dav of June. lf)0.
Dealer in all kinds of
1' or reasonable terms and low prices
call on mo and T will satisfy you.
Obtained, and all Patent liusiness attended
to Promptly and for Moderate Pees.
Ouroilicc is opposite the 17. H. Patent
Olllce, and we can obtain Patents in less
tittle than those remote from Wasoington.
Send MODEL or DKAWIXG. We advise
as to pantontabililv free of charge ; and we
mako XO CHARGE UXLESS PATENT IS
Wc refer, here, to tho Postmaster, the
Snpt. of Monov Order Div., and tr otllcials
of tho U. S. Patent Olliee. Pel circular,
advice, terms and rcilercnces to actual cli
ents in your own State or County, write to
C. A. SNOW & o..
Opposite Patent Olliee. Washington. D. C.
Union and Cornucopia
Stage - Line !
nion to Park
" " Sant'tfr
" " Coriiiii!n)i(i
Kidgling horses succosfully treated.
Heiters and sows spayed by the latest 1111
proved methods. 1 will give inistructic 1
In my system of treatment, and gunramec
satisfaction in every instance, or no charges"
will be made. I am permanently located at
Union, Oregon. "Will promptly attend to
all calls, by inc.il or otherwise. S-15-tf.
Wm. James, Proprietor, Union,
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Drop in and be sociable. Fine billiard tablo
LUMBER for SALE
at the High Valley
All kinds of lumber constantly on hand
or furnished on short notice. Prices cheap
us the cheapest.
Patronage - Solicited.
"WM. "WILKIXSOX & SOX.
Real Estate Agent,
Parties desiring to invest in Elgin
town property or in farming lands
should call on or address 1110 at Elgin,
To Let Contract for Put
ting up 150 or 200 Tons of
Ilay. Terms Cash,
II. II. FItEXCII,
0-10-t 1. 'Cove, Oregon.
Blue : IMf
8CND FOR OUR CATALOOUCano PRICES
ATLAS ENGINE WORKS,
'-.sj-'.-i :j . t, ft
"52jj ; i ti p 1 1 b n i
"3 ? i . i : Aii. a .
NORTH zrA SOUTH
A. K. 1H.T.IS, Ticket Agent.
Trains depart from Union daily as follows:
Xo 2 Expres 11 :S5 A. M.
Xo 4 Mail..
7:45 1'. M.
Xo 1 Express.
Xo 3 Mail
4 :2o A. M.
4 -.55 V. M.
Main Lino, Xos. 1 and 2. "The Overland
Flyer,'' carry through Pullman Sleepers,
Coionit Sleeper., Free Chair Cars and
Coaches, between Portland and Denver,
Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, St. Paul or
Main Line, Xos. 0 and 4. "The Limited
Fast Mail,'' carry Pullman Dining and
Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chi
cago. OCEAX DIVISION.
The Union Fncifl will dispatch Steamers
between San Francisco and Port
land, as follows:
f ROM l'ORTLAKO.
I'UOM SAN Fl.ANCISCO.
At 10 a. 111.
At 10 p. 111.
State . . .
Oregon . . .
Oregon . .
Columbia. . .
Tho company reserves the right to change
stpniiiers or sailing days.
PATES OF PASSAGE:
Cabin. - - 810.00 Steerage - - $8.00
Hound Trio Tickets. Unlimited - $30.00
Children, under 12 years - - Half Faro
., 5 years ... Freo
Including Jfeuls and llcrlhs.
C. S. MELLEX. I T. "U LEE.
Gen'l Trallle Manager. Gen'l. Ticket Airt.
A. E. ELLIS, Agent. Union.
"The Hunt Line.'"
In Connection with tin!
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILR'D
Ouickest and Best Route
Between Eastern Oregon nnd Washington
and Pugct Sound points, as well as
the Popular and Direct
Linn to alt
POINTS EAST and SOUTHEAST
PULLMAN .SLEEPING CARS,
SUPERI3 DINING CARS, and
FREE SECOND CLASS SLEEPERS
Through to Chicago via tills r.lno.
Passenger Trains of this Company are run
ning regularly lietwean
DAYTON, WAITSUURG, WALLA
WALLA, WASH., and PEN
Making oloo connection at Hunt's Junc
tion with Northern Pacilie trains for Taco--nm,
Soattle, Victoria, li. C, Kllonsburg,.
Xorth Yakima,, Pasco, Sprane, Cheney,
Davenport, Spokane Falls, Uutte, Helena..
St. Paul, Minneapolis.
AND ALL POINTS EAST..
Passongcr Train, making above connec
tions loam Pendlcfuu daily, nt 7:-l0 p. 111.
Tickets Sold to all Points
at the Lowest Rates.
President and Gen'l Manager.
ILL. DEACON, Tiekot Aeent, Union, Or.
Hi Io Com
Leaves Union dailv at
S'p. m, arrives at
, arrives at Union,.
Cove at 3 :S0 p. in.
Leaves Cove at S a. m.
at 9:30 a. 111.
Connections made with, Klliott's conelim
running to the dopot, carrying passengcra.
for east and west bound trains.
ItATi:S for l'APSKNOKJtS, I.UOP.AG12
mill ritUI OUT, ltnASONAHMJ.
ROBINSON & LAYXS. - - - Proprietors..
A NORTHERN FAMILY'
Has charge of Iho PINE DLUFF COT-
1AGL where thotso who wish to
oicajw tlio cold Northern Wiu-toi-s
can gc-t Roanl at
AEV1ED THt PIKES.
1 1 K A LT 1 1 1 EST S l'OT IN AMERICA! .
PlNKHl.t'Kl , MllOUK Co., N. C.
1 Thomson & Pnrsol nio nironts for
tho colebiate.l Cxchmo WliulMill, nnd
as tlio prjet mi ih. mii Imve hcon rreat
ly reduced t!nv ro now willim tlio
nvicli of all. u:.il. mill to ho scon
at their plann- m 1 Hi rulon. Call
I nud examine r .
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