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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1890.
Written for Tiik Scout.1
Should misfortune ovi'rtnkc tlicc.
And thy friends iipcm thee frown,
Look ahead, bo not discouraged,
courageous, live it down.
Should bao scandal so pernicious,
Aim ut tlico Hi poisonous dart
On thy name to bring dishonor
Have no fear, 'twill mis its mark.
Should to- la be dark and cloudy,
And the sunlUht hid from view
Bright lho sun mivsh no to-morrow.
And the sky be oloudlosj blue.
Lpnrii to gather up the sunbeams,
'Casting not one rav aside,
Nobly battle with life's troubles,
Pearlusily, what 'or betide.
Tho' dark shadows fall around us,
We eichduty here .should do,
And. if thorns bedeck our pathway,
Wtf shall liud tho roses too.
Pind lho roses and the sumdiinc
' Find tho sorrow and tho cares
nturminglcd with eacli other,
As in wheat there grow the tares.
Mas. Nnu.tn Bloom,
AVeht Oakland, CjI,
WORK OF HORSE THIEVE3.
A Report That an Organized Gang Exists
in the Mountains.
Tho East Orcgonian says : From a
man who him boon touring in tho
mountains on horseback and knows
whereof ho speaks, it is learned that
nn interesting statu of ufl'airs exists in
tho Rlnoj. Hotwoon tho head waters
of McKay and Mill creeks there aro
numerous caches of horses, most of
which h ivo been rebranded over tho
old brand, rendering it indistinguish
able. In each cache, stowed away in
tho inner recesses of the mountains,
aro some fifteen or twenty head in tho
chargo of two or three men, and it is
supposed mat a gigantic steel ty an
organized gang of soino twenty horso
thioves has been in progress for tho
past several mouths, and the number
of horses thus cached away is esti
mated at from 100 to 150 haul. Two
or three horses belonging to each stock
man aro (itiiotly driven from tho range,
tho number being so small that little
suspicion is excited. It is believed
that the horso thiovos aro perfectly or
ganized, that they havo a chief who
piling and conducts operations, and
that tho band is composed of eoveral
reservation toughs who havo disap
peared, unci some men from Wallowa
valley. Occasionally ono is sont to
Adams or Athena to buy a pistol, a
cartridge-belt or cartridges, and doubt
less tho members of tho guns aro
nrnied to tho teeth and ready to re
fcist any interference.
Tho bund of horses found by Con
stable Stampor, William Crows and
"Cy" Ashpaugh in tho mountains and
restored to their owners wore among
those taken by the thioves. It is tho
probable intention of tho gang to col
loct as many horses as possible, drive
thum to mime out-of-tlio way station
and ship them to lOaetorn markets,
dividing the spoils bulweon them.
Their plans can only bu frustrated by
a poiseo of armed men, strong enough
to visit tho caches, overpower resist
ance and siezo tho hor.-es. Last Thurs
day night, a band of twenty head was
drivon by two unknown mon from tho
headwaters of tho Umatilla to tho
Looking Class. Thcso woro doubtlets
some of tho stolon horses."
A Scholarly Notlco.
Tho following is said to bo n litoral
copy of tho rules posted on a school
houso up in tho Big Uond country :
"Each pupil is required to make a bow
on euterin tho School of niornin, also
on loving of tho School Room of even
in. Theio hhall bo no profain language
used in School nor on tho play ground
nor there shall bo nopinstiokin, pinoh
in, soratohin, nor no toggin, nor no
uneasy Whisporin in School. No pu
pil shall love tho School houso without
permission of tho Teacher. No unoaay
moven from suat to seat. No fitin on
tho road fiom nor to School nor no
Nick-namiu. Every pupil over eight
years old shall bo subjeo to these rules,
and tho Teacher is to mako iillowonso
for all pupils under eight and enforco
lho rules uccorden. If tiny scholar
brakes these rules tlui shall bo pun
ished by switchon."
Ilaj our Sympathy.
Wo havo heard that eomo of tho olF
Bcouring of this city tho footed ema
nations of public sowers havo talked
of a neuk-tio party regarding tho edi
tor of tho Thnos-Mountninoor. To
thorn, wo will say that this paper, on
tho water question, is anchored to its
principle and thoy will moot with u
hearty woleomo when thoy attempt
any intimidation. Wo nro naturally
coiutiucii'd to opK)so such elemonts,
and will jiio tluun it cordial reception
whoji ili.yv mtrmpt to inaugurate a
jKlloy of vinlt net'. Tw Dalles Times
The Condition and Sale of
GENTLE HINT TO A MERCHANT,
Lively Runaway EMU Picking Straw
berries Social Events.
Covi:, October 15, 1890
Hogs have been selling this week at
.1 cents on foot. This is certainly not
a fancy price for swine.
John Delanoy and Squire Thomas
will pass tho winter in tho Minam,
looking after stock, hunting and trap
Mrs. Ben Kogcr and child aro quito
sick at this writing, of malarial fever,
Medical aid has been summoned from
Tho photographer is doing n good
busincs3 every pleasant day. Babies
and family groupes scorn to bo tin fash
ion in pictures.
Chas. Doney is setting out thousands
of strawberry plants for different par
ies in Cove. Enough should bo raised
hcio next season to supply all Eastern
Ninety-two aro enrolled in tho two
departments of the public school. Tho
number will bo increased to a hundred
before many days. This is a good at
Thoso who have hay to soil aro rush
ing it to tho depot before bad roads
come. Too tliorougliiares aro in as
good condition us thoy over get to bo,
Miss Sarah Chrisman started for Cal
ifornia Tuesday in hopes that a change
of climalo may benefit her health.
Her many friends trust that sho will
Tho Covo census enumerators aro
about to receive pay for thoir arduous
work last summer. Undo Samuol
don't, as a general thing, uso any tin
duo hasto in paying his servants.
Mr. Frank Willard and wife, natives
of California, will soon return to their
Into sunny homo in that state. Tho
winters of Eastern Oregon, as a gener
al thing, don't provo congenial to Cal
ifornium!. Undo Cowles picked a sauce of ripo
strawberries in his patch last Saturday.
Thoy woro largo and luscious. It isn't
ovory country that can udbrd. ripo
strawberries ono week and a snow storm
Mr. E. W. Imblor had a lively littlo
runaway this week at his farm. Tho
remains of tho buggv woro gathered
up, threshed and tho product brought
to tho blacksmith shop in sacks for
Tho Wilson it Chandler thrcshor is
at work on tho hill sido. Thoy finish
this week and that ends grain gather
ing for tho Beason of 1800 in Covo.
koxt on tho programme is plowing.
Tho ground already in good condition.
It a prominent morohant of Covo
don't send tho typos and tho reporter a
box of cigars it will havo to bo pub
lished how the said merchant bought
somo goods in Union (about n half gal
lon) boxed it up and sent it to himself
by express to Covo, right sido up and
haudlo with care.
Mrs. Mol Campbell and sister, Mrs.
Lamnu, of Rocky Bar, aro in Portland
attending tho exposition. Mrs. Stearns
is also in Portland seeing tho sights
and visiting friends. Several others
would go but they aro not bravo enough
to risk thoir limbs and life on tho rot
ton ties of tho railroad.
A good many potatoos aro moving
at a cent por pound, Several rais
ers intend holding for an oxpooted rise
to two couts in tho spring. Good ap
ples readily bring two cents but it is
probable thoy will bo muoh higher by
Christmas. Watermelons, grapes and
peaches havo all been gathered and
shipped. Tho favorite time for picking
tho lormor has been at night.
OI.EAU YOITU FACE.
It has been heretofore ihown In
thuso columns that modem modi
duo has ilemouitmteJ that pim
ply skta It not tho remit ot blood
discuss, but 1 rauifj by impaired
digestion, for which they now sir
YccotiMo correctives instead ot pot
ash and lulucral blood purlflf ri, Two short test!,
inoulaliaro htnifiren to contrast tho action oi
tho iotash sarsaparlUm and Joy's Yvgetahl Bar
saparlltu. Mrs. C, D. Etusrt ot 1321 Mtsslou street, a .,
writes that she took out of tho leading sarsa
parllln for ludlgektlon aud dyspepsia, Its oral)
effect mbs to causa pimples to appear on her face.
Upou taktBg Joy's Vffetablo BartaparlUa lbs
first eflbct was th dtiapptarauca ot tho pim
ples aud sho was subsequently relieved of hei
iudhteitloii and dytppla. Robert Stewart ulse
writes from letaluma, Cat, that
bolus troubled with bolls hofonud
that ono ot the leading sarsapa
rllias actually Increased the erup
tlous, which rcpouded nt once to
Jo)"' Yryvtabl Baruiparllla and
diuippvnrvd almost Immediately,
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A Romantic Marriage.
On Monday our justice of the peace,
Mr. Abo Axtrell, was asked by a hur
rying messenger to cross over tho riv
er on urgent business. The squire
hastened across tho river expecting to
find some old grizzled comrade in
troublo about his pension, but to his
surprise ho found, not an old scar
marred veteran, but a lino looking
young man ana a beautiful young
lady in camp, surrounded by good
traveling outfit, Jersey cows and other
surroundings indicative of thrift and
culture. Tho young gentleman intro
duced himself as George Applcgato,
and it proved to bo Mr. Georgo Apple
gate, son of E. L. Applcgato, on his
way to his farm on Slato creek. He
produced a licenso and said ho wished
to bo married to tho young lady there
present, whom ho introduced as Miss
Annio Barnhardt. And there with a
gentleman and lady who seemed to bo
traveling companions, as witnesses, in
the grove on the bank of Roguo river,
a short distance from tho south end of
tho bridgo, Mr. Georgo Applcgato was
married to Miss Annio Barnhardt, and
as man and wife they started for their
futnro homo on tho bank of tho over
flowing Slato creek. Roseburg Ex.
A Hard Winter Coming.
"Next spring you can tun my hide
for sole leather," said Andy Wyland,
tho slayer of elks, to tho Oregon City
Courier, "If next winter isn't tho hard
est for a hundred years. Up in tho
mountains I seo swarms of rats from
Missouri and Kansas, who'vo como all
tho way from that God forsakon coun
try to oscapo freezing to death. And
there's tho ground hog3, they'ro so
'fraid of tho terrible cold thoy'ro work
ing like politicians for thoir winter's
grub. They'ro cutting roots and herbs,
canuis and skunk root. This thoy pilo
on logs to dry, and then cacho 'cm in
their nests way down deep."
Ia Consumption Incurable?
Bead tho following: Sir. 0. II. Morris,
Newark, Ark., says: "Was down with Ab
cess of Lungs and friends and physicians
pronounced o an incurable consumptive.
began taking Dr. King's Now Discovery for
Consumption, am now on my third bottle,
and ablo to oversee tho work on my farm.
It is tho linest medicine ever made."
Jesso Middlowater, Decatur, Ohio, says:
"Had it not been for Dr. King's Now Dis
covery for Consumption I would havo died
of hung Troubles. Was given up by doc
tors. Am now in best of health," Try It.
Sample bottles freo ut Brown's drugstore
This remedy is becoming so well known
nnd so popular as to need no special moa
tion. All who have used F.lcctrio Bitters
sing tho satno song of praisu. A purer
modielno does not exist and it is guaran
teed to do all that is claimed. Electric
Bitters will uuioall diseases ot tho Liver
and Kidneys, will removo Pimples, Bolls,
Salt lUioum ai.il other affections caused by
Inqmro blood Will dnvo Malaria from
the system and prevent as well as euro nil
Malarial fevera. Por euro oi Hoadaeho,
constipation uud Indigestion try Electrio
Mltters-Entlro satisfaction guaranteed or
or money refunded. Price fiO ots. and $1.00
po bottlo at Brown's drug stoxo, Union.
Wo deairo to twy to our citizens, that or
yeurs wo havo boon telling Dr. Kinc's Now
Discovery for Consumption, Dr. Kin '
Now Life Pills, Buckien's Arnica Ssle m.d
Electric Bitters, and hnyo nover hum'.led
reiredies that sell as well, or that havo giv
en such universal satl action. Wo do not
iiesitato to guarantee them every Umt,
and wostund ready to rofund the purchase
price, if satisfactory reul)s do not follow
their use. These remedies havo won their
jKipularity purely on their merits. It. II,
j Brown, driigght, Union, Oregon.
NOTICE IS HEREI5Y GIVEN THAT
by virtue of an execution and order of
hale issued out of the Honorable Circuit
Court of the Hiute o: Oregon, for Union
county, bearing dute the 14th day of Octo
ber, 1890, and to me directed and delivered,
upon a judgment ond decree of foreclosure
and sale therein entered on the 2"ith dny of
September, IMjO, wherein August Kl:-ter-mau
is plaintitl and James Welch. Sarah
Welch, M. M. Marshall, O. K. Ramsey.
Thomas P. Hail. II. II. Sptneer, David
Kccles, and J.G. Harrison, and II. 11. Iteed,
Trusti es O. It. .fc N. Co.. John Craig, 0. 1).
Thoiuliusun, Annie M. lirown. W. I). Smith,
Mrs. Mci urry, W. O. Lovell, G. H. Bolder.
Jacob Newman, Uichard I'umli Dave
Beveridge, E. . Simonis, Octnvius 1'atker,
Thomas O'liryant, Jame Uilkinsou, H. O.
Gorbam. Herman Rothchild, D. W. C.
Nelson, A, Lun and J. M. Carroll arc de
fendants, for the sum of if f!,700 25 and the
further sum of oOO.OO attorney's fees, and
tor the costs and disbursements taxed at
$18.r.48, together with interest thereon at
tho rate of ten per cent, per annum from
the said 2,'jth day of Sempiomber, 1MJ0, and
decreeing the sale of tho following described
real estate, to wit:
The east half of tho southwest quarter
and the wet half of thu southeast quarter
of section 22. and the north tvosi quarter of
section '27, all in township 0 south, of range
39 east, of thu Willamette meridian, and
situated in Union and Maker counties,
Oregon, less four acres out of the southeast
corner of northwest ouarter of said seetioli
27, in tatisluction of said judgment and
Now. therefore, under nnd by virtue of
said execution and order of sale as afore
said, I will fell ut public auction at the
court houso door at Union, Union county,
Oregon, on the 14th dav of November, lf-'tiO,
at 2 o'clock p. in. of said day. all the viglit,
title and interest of, in and to tho said
premises that the said James Welch and
Sarah Welch or either of them had therein
on the 17th day of October, 1881, or have
since acquired thereto, or sullicient thereof
to satisfy Unpaid judgment, attorney fees,
costs and uKmrscmcuts and interest as
aforesaid andMcruiug costs.
Dated this Wet. 14, 1S90.
J. T. BOLLES,
Sheriff of Union County, Oregon.
By W. It. Ushek, Deputy. 10-10.5t.
C. M. KcIIokk and Fred W. Panel
TTNDER AND BY VIItTUK OP
KJ order of sale and decree of foreclosure
and sale issued out of the Honorable Circuit
Court of the State of Oregon, for Union
county, on tho 27th day of September. 18S0,
in the above entitled suit, wherein Jacob
Newman theabove named nlaintitl obtained
a judgment and decree of foreclosure anil
sale against C. Jl. Kellogg, Pied W. Punch,
M H. Kellouir. I. It. Dawson and Dawson
defendants, on tho 27tli day of Septembor,
1890, for tho sum of $911.00 and the further
snm of $100.00 as uttornov's fees, and the
costs and disbursements of this suit taxed
at $12.78 and accruing costs, and costs of
this writ, l am commanded to sell the laud
situated in Union eountv. Orciroti and de
scribed in said decree as follows, to-wit:
Lots 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15 and l(i in block
10 of the town of North Powder, Union
county, State of Oregon, and tho appurte
nances thereunto beloncincr. tluvetore I
will sell on Saturday, thu loth day of No
vember, 18S0, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said dav.
at public auction, at the court house door
in thu city of Union, Union county. Oregon,
nil tho right, title and interest which the
aid dctendants had in and to the above de
scribed real property on tho 29th day of
September, lti90, or has since acquired.
Terms of sale: Ca-di to me in hand.
Dated this 9th day of October. 1890.
J. T. BOLLICS.
Sheriff of Union County.
By W. It. Usiinit, Deputy. 10-10-St.
NOTICE TO CRKIIITORS.
"VTOTICE1S HKllPMY GIVEN THAT
LM the undersigned has been duly appoin
ted assignee of the estate of diaries AI.
Houghton, an insolvent debtor. All per
sons having claims against t ho said O. M.
Houghton aro hereby notified to present
the same, under oath, to the undersigned
within three months from date,
THOMAS M. M. I'HIMtY.
Dated at Keating, Union couutv, Oregon,
this 27th day of September, 18M."
Hvdk, Johns & Oi,msti:.yi,
10-10-.r)t Attorneys for Assignee.
""VfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
Ll whom it may concern, that G. V,
Kuckmau and Clara G. Jones havo been
by tho county court of Union eountv, Ore
gon, appointed administrators of the es
tato of Thomas E. Jones deceased. All nor
sons having claims against said estato aro
hereby notified to present lho same, with
proper vouchers, to tiio said administra
tors at Island City, Oregon, within six
months from this date.
Dated this Sept. 11, 1890.
CIjAKA G. JONES,
O. W. ItUCKMAN,
NOTICE IS IIEUEHY GIVEN TO ALL
Persons concerned that tho under
signed has been regularly appointed ad
ministrator of tho ostato of Janctte 41c
Comus, deceased. All persons having
claims against said estato aro notified to
present the 6aine. duly verified, to the un
dersigned administrator within six months
from tho date of this notice, at his resi
dence in Union, Union county, Oregon.
Dated this 1st day of October, 1S90.
S. A. PURSHL,
"VrOTIOH IS HEREBY GIVEN TO Al.h
persons concerned, that tho under
signed havo been regularly appointed ad
ministrators of the esluto of John O. Lam
bert deceased. All persons having claims
against said estate ore untitled to present
tho same, duly verified, to tho undersigned
administrators within six months from thu
duto of this notice, at their homo in Indian
valley, Union county, Oregon.
Dated this 30th day of August. 1800.
NOTIOK IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALh
persons concerned, that tho uiuler
signod has been regularly appointed admin
istrator of thu estate of John E. Jones de
ceased. All persons having claims inrainot
said estato are notified to present the Mime,
duly verified, to tho undersigned adiniuU
trator within six months from the (late of
this notice, ut his home near Kluiu. Union
mtcu tuts win dav n August, IHPO.
EVAN K. JONES,
0-iwii Admin n-tmtoi.
"VrOTIOB 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1 tho undersigned have thU way, by mu
tual consent, dissolved the prtuiruip
heretofore existing betjrrvn UVru, Domi
nique Sohluil retiring fiom the biuine.
E. Kstc- will continue the IiiuIimms, colteet
all debts due the linn uud j av all lUUilltioc.
naicci ;ii i omueopia Ho. (i'h of Oc
tober. WO. DOMINlqi K o.PINI.
10-10 K, EbTES.
Noriti: for v. !.M(.vr;o
Ai'pti'ati n t.ra P.S. l'iitiit. SmuvKn.
!). Lot No. :;, Mim r.il ap;lu ati in N'o. h7.
V. S. I.am UKiicr., La Ci:X1k. Oni.ooji. 1
TvTOTICK IS ITPHPY (HVKN. i ll AT
.LH B. P. t 'l,.i th .to H .11. Dune in. wboe
postoftVo .nid'c-s is spuria, Union rotinty,
Oretfoti, Iih-, v this dny llle.i ilieir applica
tion for patent for th'" "Knight" quartz
mine, "itintwl in the 4:h mineral district in
Township 7 .-outh. Ba-nre No 43 E. W. 41,
and ileM-i ibed by the official plats and Hold
notes on lib" in thi offle;' an follow-", to-wit:
Beginning at the NE corner pot of ilia
"Golden Kasle" quartz mine, osl heing
marked '-(Jor. No. 1, K. M. O. urvey No.
0," on no. Uiwcst face, from which coriier to
Sections 2. ::. 10 and 11, Tuwichip 7 S,
Range 43 K W 41., boars south 10 degrees
40 mliiuii-H W feit diatunt; thence
N. 82 drecs V. 1500 fe t to a post marked
"Cor. No. 2, K. M. C. S. No. 0;" thence
north 8 degrees east feet to a post
marked '( or. No..3K. M. O.K. No. 9;''
thtnee suutli 82 dettreiM 'ast lfiOO feet, to
tho NV corner of the .Sumuiii'" quartz
mine, which corner pot is marked "Cor.
No. t. K. M. C. survey No. U" on southwest
face of post; thei:ce south 8 decrees wot
fiOO feet to theplaccof beginning, contain
ing 20.1V) ncres. Location being recorded
in Vol D. page M0, records ol quartz loca
tion, l'mon county. Oiegou.
Adjoining claims are the "Golden Eagle"
quartz lode on the south and the Summit"
quartz lode on the east. Anv and all per
se, m claiming adversely any portion of said !
"jvnigiu quariz tone above described, aro
required to lile their adverse claims with tho
register of tho U. S. landotllcV at La Grande,
Union county, Oregon, during the sixty
day's period of publication hereof, or they
wirl be barred by virtue of the provisions o'f
A, CLEAVMII, Bcgister.
It is hereby ordered that the foregoing
noii'-eof application for a U. patent he
published for a period of sixty davs (ten
consecutive weeks) in Tub Oreoon-'Scout,
a weekly now-puper published at Union,
Union ountv, Oregon.
NOTICK OK 1'IXAL, SUTTLHMKNT.
Jn tho County court of Union county, state
of Oregon. In the matter of the estate
of D. B. Hilts, dee "used.
To A i, i. Whom it May conckun:
Notico is hereby given that tho under
signed executor of the above named estate
has this day iiled bis liual account of his
administration of the estato of D. B. Hilts,
deceased, in the county court of Union
county, state of Oregon, and Monday, the
3d day of November. lf-'lK). at tho hour of
10 o'clock in tho forenoon of said day, the
same being a day of the regular ternfof tho
above court, litis been uppiiintcd as the
time and the court house in Union, Union
county, state of Oregon, as-the place, by
said county court, .for hearing objections,
if any, to said account, and for theshowing
of cause, if any there bu, why an order bo
not made seitliugsaid account, and mak
ing distribution of said estute. and dis
charging the said executor from further
duty as sucli executor and of releasing his
sureties from further liability in this un
Dated this 15th dav of Sept., 1S00, at Un
ion, Oregon. JOHN R. CRITICS,
70TICE I-: HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
1 on Saturday, the 11th dav of October.
next, between thu hours of 10 o'clock in tho
forenoon, and 5 o'clock in the afternoon of
said day, at the late lesidence of N. Swiger
deceased, the personal nronertv of said de
cedent, consisting of hordes, cattle, hogs,
farm implements and other articles will bo
sold at public sale.
Terms of sale: Purchases of less than
five dollars to bo paid in hand; for that
amount and over, on a credit of not loss
than three or over twelve mouths, the nur
chaser giving note with approved security.
NOT1CK OF FORFRITURi:
To the heirs of the hito E. A. Warner:
You are lierebv liotilleil flint. I h.-ivn nv.
pended forty dollars in labor and improve
ment on the l,4tuy Flower'1 mine in order
to hold the said mine, as provided in sec
tion 2321 revised statutes of the United
States, boing tho amount required to hold
one-third of said mint fortho vear D-Si), and
if within ninety days from service of this
notice you fail or refuse to pay your pro
portion of such expenditure as co-owner,
your interest in said claim will become the
property uf tho subscriber under said sec
July 15. 1
To All Whom it May Conckun:
Notieo Is hereby given that tho under
signed has been appointed executor of the
last will and testament of Daniel H. Leo,
deceased, aud of his estate, by the county
court of Union eoun'v, state of Oregon, and
all persons having claims against said es
tato nro hereby notified to present tho same,
duly verifiod. to mo at my rosidonco on
Lower Powder, Union county, Oregon, or
at me remence oi win. Jiartin at the Park
in Union county, state of Oregon, within
six montiistrom tho date hereof.
Dated at Union, Oregon. Sept. 17, 18.00.
HaNER W. LEE,
NOTICR TO TAXl'AYURS.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
iA taxpayers of Union county, Oregon
that the Board of Equnliisatlon'of Assess
ments will meet on the 20ih day of Septem
ber, 1MX), at the court house in" Union. Un
ion county, Oregon, All parties feeling
themselves ugrieved. willappear before said
board with their grievances, otherwise all
assessments will be collectod for tho vear
J. D. GUILD:
b-'S Assessor for Union County, Or.
"VrOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
i whom it may concern, that Lavinu.
Outhouw. Executrix of the estate of John
1. Outhoube, deceased, has filed In the
county court of Union county, Orcou
her final account as such administratrix'
and the sunt court has set Tuesday, Nov
4. (1SI, at one o'clock p. m. for the hearin;
of said report,
a . LAVIN1A OUTHOUSE.
C. C. COFFINBERRY,
Dealer in all kinds of
For roflsonablo terms and low prices
call on mo nnd I will satisfy you.
R. H. BROWN,
TOILET ARTICLES, W
mis m.fis vtittv vto
Paper on hand.
Proscriptions Carefullv Comnounded
Day or Night.
A full supply of school books con
stantly on lmnd.
Opens September 12, 1S90.
COURSE OP STUDY arranged express
ly to meet the needs of the Farming
and Mechanical interests of the State.
Largo, commodious and well-ventilated
buildings. The college is located in a cul
tivated and Christian community, and one
of tho healthiest in the state.
Kxjioiisos Need not Exceed OJ.CO for the
'Pivn nr Tnnrn frnn plirlnrolilr.a fnm
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County. Write for cataloguo to
8-7-2m B. L. ARNOLD, Pres.,
Leaves Union daily at 2
Covo at 3:30 p. in.
p. m, arrives at
Leaves covo at 8 a. m,
at 9 :30 a. m.
arrives at Union
Connections made with Elliott's coachei
running to the depot, carrying passengers
for east and west bound trains.
RATKS for PASSKNGIJRS, LUGGAGE
nnd l'ltEKlIlT, RIJASONADLH.
ROBINSON fc LAYNE, Proprietors
C. II. COOVER, Proprietor.
Board and Lodging at Reasonable Rates.
Meals O CT Cents.
Fresh Bread. Pies, Cakes and Confectionery
always on hand.
Union and Cornucopia
Stage - Line !
Quickest and Cheapest
Route to the Pino Creek
- 3 00
- C 00
nion to Park
" " Sanger
" " Cornucopia
LUMBER for SALE
at tho High Valley
All kinds of lumber constantly on hand
or furnished on short notice. Prices cheap
as tho cheapest.
Patronage - Solicited.
WM. WILKINSDN &SON.
Thomson & Purscl aro agents for
tho celebrated Cyclone Wind Mill, and
ns tho prices on them havo boon great
ly reduced thoy aro now within tho
reach of all. Satnplo-mill to bo seen
at thoir planer in North Tjuion. Call
aud cxamino it.
THE ONLY TRUE
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