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I Carry the Finest Assortment of Goods in
THURSDAY, .1 AN U A It Y I. 18!)J.
Written for Tun Scon. I
In Hie evening's ( oulinu fragrance,
Whoro the raindrops brightly shine;
With ftontlo slow decadence.
MugYing lonou (lower and vine.
Now the Miu is khiniiiK brightly.
riiHtiiKoiiwnru ii)vi inn west,
And a zephyr lire athlng lightly,
Lulling turhulancc to rust.
As tlic sun is now sinking,
Causing shades to longer rovv;
livo tho stars lie-in their twinkling,
Jn tho east there shines a bow.
Illcnditic; peace with joy ami dullness,
Itids my thoughts to soar above,
Ar.il 1017,'et sorrow anil sadness,
As I view such Miciiiw of love.
JJIil such scenes continue) ever,
Ami such beauty always show,
llrittlitly sliinin. "failing never,
'I'hey would banish liiuuli of woe.
Then on Hope's unclouded river,
I could launch , nor fear to sink,
Trusting the eternal giver
Would not leave mo at Its brink.
Hut I tee by Fate's deurechi;:,
Lovely Mienes are pushing on,
While I in looking, plainly seeing,
Pleasant (.cones are fading none.
Thus I learn there's naught enduring;
Shades of beauty Ih'Oling go;
Kiirlhlv scenes uie only luring.
uauiHiiiiL' as evening how.
II. C. K.ut'nv.
Stallftodlug Cattle All back From t'.io
Hast An Excellent Kca2.
K.an Vai.miy, Dee. i'l. 1M)0.
After an nbstinco of thieo months,
.spent ill thu east among relatives and
friends, tho wiitor nttoinptH to give it
fow items to your readers for considera
lion. Ah. I'm itk I'. Leo returned, iv few
days ago, from it ttip to .Michigan
whoro sho has been vibiting friends
nud i datives.
Air. ntul Airs. Wash Aloody have re
tut tied from 1 1 nil' trip to Illinois and
Aliriiottri. Air. Aloudy liu8 not forgotten
how to talk when ho huvs that Oregon
is iihuad of them all in u vet thing.
Air. Jlyrun Craig was niniried a short
tlnio ago to Altes Lizziu I'lory, of Pino
valley. 1 think there will bo miiiio
iiioro bachelors united in tho holy
bondrt of matrimony, oro long, from
tho way houses nro lioing built in this
Tito Christinas treo at tho school
houso on ChiistniitH uvo was wall at
tended, and a largo mitnhor of beauti
ful and costly puisonts were distri
bitted. Tho writor wishes your read
ers a happy Christmas and a glad New
V. W. Kirhy returned fioin Iowa
rtaxnitly, Ian Hiur and hruthoHn-law
returning with him. Twoolhcryonng
men, Air. Cioinuro Kiiby anil Air. .lohu
Ilohniiu tettirned with (hum and hav
ing been very fuvoral'ly impressed
with thin country will probably make
Eagle valley their futnro homo,
Tio oitijiens of Eagle and Vino val
leys nro very proud of their now road
just completed between tho two places
under tho Bunerviiuu of Air. William
Cover. It is pioiiouneed by all to bo
an excellent mountain road, over which
an over aviragu loatl oatt bo miccoks
fully hauled, and in tho building of tho
tho aaine Air. (lover has gained for
hinuelf an enviable toputation as a
The utoukmou of Eaglo valloy have
about tiuUhod rounding tip their stouk
and t-oiiie of them arobtnllfeediug thorn
for thu Portland market. Air. Men
Longlcy U feuding JitK) head of lino
ftU'Otv; Kugtne l.'handlor, 10 head;
K. Yiuinv, 25 head; Air. Alcdowen,
from Idaho, SOU hoad. llugle valloy
ia aim no'tMl for iu lino bund of shwop,
among which being tluuo of John
J'nu.or, Win. llurUr, nud Dro., Tim
(JuikJe aud Job ObUoihu A lit o. II.
and W. (.Imndlor boast of tho Ilnefit
brand of burw- in Oregon. . K.
BU V 1.1.'. tMt h.vi.Ii Due ."iJ huh.
full 1011 1, and one in null fUoulnril
Ulibh. Lnipurr at thl olll. e. 7 17tf
f II iiill
News of tho Week as Noted Ly Our Reg
Wasiiini.to.n, l (J. Dee. 1!), HH).
Eniroit Oiti:ox Sroivr:
I'inancial topics still have the call
over ovciything else in Congressional
and administration circles. A com-
l primiso measure for adding a few mil
j lion dollars to the money now in circu
I lation has received the support of a
majority of the republican senatorial
caucus, but it does not necessarily fol
low that it will become a law, because
there are a number of lopubliean sena
tors who will, it is generally believed,
vote for a tubstilnte, which tho demo
crats will certainly oiler for the caucus
bill, providing for free and unlimited
silver coinage. Another tangle in tho
financial skein is tho well-known op
position of .Speaker Heed to free coin
age. If theio is a compromise, where
by something short of free coinage is
accepted by the silver men, us many,
in fact most people believe thoro will
be, it will bo caused by the knowledge
that no bill, under the present rules,
can get through the House with tho
determined opposition of tho Sneaker,
and not by any fear of a Presidential
veto, although Air. Harrison has al
most openly threaten'.'!! one in ease a
free coinage bill should he passed.
Hepresent.itive Pierce, of Tennessee,
who is an onthuHitstic member of the
Farmers' Alliance, and wlto swears by
the St. Louis and Ocala platforms,
believes that the sub-treasury bill
should bo openly disposed of by the
House, and not quietly pigeon-holed
by tho committee on Ways and Aleatu;
therefore he has ull'ered a lesolution in
the llout-o din cling that committee to
report the bill to the House by AIou
day, Jan. T, the following .Monday to
bo fixed for its consideration. Air.
Pierce litis little hoj o that his resolu
tion will he adopted, but thinks it will
have a good etlcct as a feeler of pulses.
Tho big light which had been for
months predicted to take place in the
House over the apportionment hill, did
not ocelli. There was no occasion for
it, as the hill which was unanimously
icported from the committee on the
Census, which contains Mich iock
bound deiuoir.itH as liepivsentalivo
HolniMii was as fair and free from par
tisanship as any simliar hill over
passed by Congress. Tho Democrats
however made the t hurt debate quite
a lively one, byattaoking tho accuracy
of the census, and Superintendent
Porter's methods, and the republicans
stoutly defended both, lvi pre.-ontative
Spinola, of New York, was tho only
speaker who di eended to vitup "lation.
lie fcaid that Secretary Noblo's letter
to (lov. Hill wa,s a blackguard, impu
dent letter, unworthy to eininato from
one calling himself a gentleman. No
opposition is expected to tho bill in
Tho election of Air. Alills, who is
generally recognised as tho democratic
leader in tho House, in otlotlng a cou
cunont resolution for n Congressional
recess from Dec. 22 to .Ian. f, bus
caused it to he belhivcd that tho demo
orats want an ex tin uesuion of the
Fifty-iioeond congru held in tho
spring. Tho lesolution wan lofernd
to tho committee on Way and Aloins,
which is not likely to report it back to
thu Homo without shui toning tho
time of thu rtteots by at lcat half, pet
hups more. Somo day thoro will bo
no riieoas. This qtiettion Un't worry
ing many fciMiutors or member Im
cauco tho must of them will take all
tho holiday they want, whether Con
gress remains iu utealun or nut.
No regret aio ox pressed by senators
or rtfpro4nutiri from tho uortlnveM
at tho news of the killing of Sitting
Thu Citix. us N . i. on,. I Alb.iiii e, a t
ciot organ;.. i: i.. n ui""ii the rvi
dtthts of vim who smti.i.h.i With
tho aims of tlii ;'.n on m' A'li.iiir.-, j, ui
establish hi ildq i it :iaiil i in wsj. ip-1
organ in this ui I'rt iuin- in K uiIk
this Line of Any House in Eastern Oregon. Do Not Fail to call
S G SSiLLES?,
of Labor are pushing the now organi
zation. Tho House hits under eonsidetation
ths substiliiti r ciorted by the com
mittee on .Merchant .Marino for the
two subsidy shipping bills that wore
passed by the Senate at tho last session.
Several prominent republicans, includ
ing Iloprescntativo, Cannon, are op
posed to the bill, but from tho best in
formation 1 can obtain it will probably
Tho House committee on eointnorco
has inado an adverse report on the
Senate bill to amend tho Interstate
Coininetee law, by allowing tho com
mission to hold special sessions in any
part of tho United States and to allow
a single commissioner or agents aj
pointed by the commission to prose
cute inquiries under the law.
Next week a joint committee will
try to find out something about the
puichaso of American industries by
IOnglish syndicates. Among those
summoned to testify are Air. Pillsbury
of the Alinneapolis Flour Alills, and
Frank Jones and J. V. Ilawson, of tho
Portsmouth, N. IT. Ilrewories.
It now looks as if the election bill
would become a law, as a republican
caucus has decided that tho lulcs shall
be changed as soon as tho new silvor
bill, which is to betaken up next week,
is disposed of. J. H. C.
Tho Pulpit and tho Stago.
Uuv. 1 AI. Shi-out, stor United Uroth
ren riiureh, ltluo .Mound, Kan., says: "I
feel it my duty to tell what wonders Dr.
Kind's Now Discovery has done for mo.
.My lungs were badly diseased, and my
parishoners thought I could live only a few
weeks. I took live bottles of Dr. King's
New l)icovery ami am sound and well,
gaiuintf 2(i lbs in weight.'
Arthur hove, manager Love's Funny
Folks Combination, writes: "After a thor
ough trial and convincing evidence, I ant
emilident Dr. King's New Discovery for
Con-uinptiou, beats 'em all and cures when
everything else fails. The greatest kiud
nts I eun ilo my many thousand friends is
to ure theni to try it.'' Free trial bottles
at ltrown's drug store. Regular le 50e.
13 Cennet bo ruceeGtfullv trsvalcd with-
J out good l:cal'.:.. To resell wealth or any
J coveted pos!.!on In II 'o requires the full
poicpciwii sr.! cpcratlcn cf ell tlio fac-
utiles l.l.-.d nc'.urj I:as endevrod us with.
u Tliase conditions canr.ct oxiot unless tlis
" phjfdcr.l being Is In perfect working
trJcr, riiU tills Is Impossible when thn
UvsraAd eplscnaro Jo.-plJ, thus obstruct
ing l" sscraCons, causing Indigestion
t-ii dyspepsia, with sll ot their accom
English Dandelion Tonio
exerts u specific Influence over tho liver,
i-tsltcs it to healthy action, resolves Its
chronic sngorijcments, and promotos tho
reactions; cures Indigestion and constl
A patlon, sharpens tho appetlto, tones up
H tho entire system, and makes life worth
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All County AVammts iro
sented and not paid prior
to November 12, 18S."i, will
be redeemed to thai date.
Interest ceases December
V. lilt MS MID,
lTn ion, Or., Dec. 10, 181)0.
kfe 'IV. -1 h &
V Fine line of Goods Alwavs in Stock.
I r...n i i.'. mm
Willi iillli JJAiilililiU 1 ilUUI.
Suits Made to Order,
Cleaning and Jtepairing.
All work warranted. 12-4-tf.
R. H. BROWN,
PE KFUAIE II Y. 1'A 1NTS.
OILS, GJ.ASS, PUTTY, Etc.
A Comploto and Varied Stock of Wall
Taper on hand.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
Day or Night.
A full supply of school hooks con
stantly on hand.
LUMBER for SALE
at tho Jligh Valley
I All kinds of lumber constantly on hand
! or furnished on short notice. Prices clump
j as tho cheapest,
j Piitrona&e - Solicited.
AVM. WILKINSON .t SON.
la Mm HrIi A
t'0 E. OREGON.
Altss I)i:i,i.K II. Hocook, ov A'ikoima,
Christmas Term begins
ILomliiy, Xov. !7, 1S1H).
Machinery For Sale.
1 will sell or trade on good terms the fol
lowing described machinery :
. One Shin&lo Alaelmic,
Odo Uniting .Machine.
' Dno Dratf Suw,
One Alouldhig Ali -aine.
i sUuiftiiyr. Vnl i..KolU,
ilonhling Knivei, etc,
1 Call on or wldrovs O.K. t'lIITIC.
t 7-;il-in(l Oovo, Or,
j lmooics, Ar. i).,
i Physician & Surgeon,
ISLAND CITY, OUEOON.
CrsVProuipt sitenitoii given to all j-.ro-fewiloiiiil
eulln. day or nigbt. 11-H-tf
l)riT15HHAMT, M. D
Physician & Surgeon,
All ohII ltrouiutLr rt'M.onilad in. dav or
' '"r?, E:Uh,t824.
I ' ' -titur t i Yerl.
U. S. 0ce
!TMtJML.'JJUJAi-J SALTS M I W.l 1. g? T '.7 mjrf 1 VXVTVVmktti B. ' 1 f FJUCiM JHI M 9 imMMMfcTW TtZtTTCX U ti: U WirCXBXiJ'' 1
iferiifil ... Wap. EiMjldi
I I'NION, OHECOX. I
SALESHOOAI and WAHEUOUKK,
mvii iiu i vmi
NORTH and SOUTH
A. 1. UI.MS, TlekHt Agent.
'PI JITS TAULlt.
Trains depart from Union dally as follows:
Overland Flyer, No '2 ll:Jt:iA.AI.
Overland Flyor, No 1 7:0 1'. AI.
Main Line, Nos. 1 and '1, "The orlaiul
Flyer,'' carry through Pullman SW'pcrs,
Colonist Sleepers, Free Chair Oars and
Coaches, between Portland and Denver,
Omuha, Kansas City, St. Louis, St. Paul or
Main bine, Nos, ,'! and 1. "The Limited
Fast Mail," carry Pullman Dining and
Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chi
cago. OCEAX DIVISION.
Tho Union 'I'liciti" will dispatch Steamer
between San Francisco and Port
land, as follows.
At '0 p. in.
iHOM SA.N FI.A.NCISCO.
At 10 a. in.
Oregon. . . .
Oregon. . .
Or.ijron . .
State . ..
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" 17 I Oregon . . .
20 l Columbia ,
Oregon. . . .
The company reserves the right to change
steamers or ailinr days.
KATES OF PASSAGE:
Cabin, - - $10.00 Steerage - - .fR.OO
Itound Trip Tickets, Unlimited - $30.00
Children, under 12 years - - Half Fare
,, ., 5 years ... Free
Including JfetiLi and Jlerlhs.
C. S. MEI.LEN, I T. W. LEE.
fien'l Tr.ittle Manager. Gon'l. Ticket Agt,
A. E. ELLIS. Agent. Union.
f O T T T rr "pv pv i advice, terms and rel
"Tlic Huuf Lino."
In Connection with the
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILR'l)
Quickest and Best Route
Between Uatorn Oregon and Washington
and Pugct Sound points, as well as
the Popular and Direct
Line to all
POINTS HAST and SOUTHEAST
PULLAIAN SLEEPING CAHS,
SUPKR1) DINING OAKS, and
VlUiK SECOND CLASS SLEEPEKS
Tlirpucli to !liIiio(j via this Line.
Passenger Trains or this Company are run
ning regulurly between
DAYTON, WAITSHUHG, WALLA
WALLA, WASH., ami PEN
AUkhiraloieeoniuvtion t lliiiit's.Iuuc
tioM wiih Northern Pm itu- ti.nns for Taco
mu. Bettle, Vietorla It. ( , k l0nburg,
Xortb Yttkiraa. np-a-uc Cheiu v
DWiHKirL Bpukuje Falls, Hmte, Uekna'
tit. Paul, Minnoaihs.
AND ALL .POINTS EAST, i
JasHiigerTr,i. linking above conne,
tJunn leaves Pen llefon dalli . at 7 40 p. m.
Ttatfush Titles Sold to all IVinte East
-it the Lowest Kales.
,W- F. VAMSLEY,
-ii 1 'lt .uui 1 . g7 Aift
.ilU VII.. r., 'i.
G. W. HUNT.
l rittiiit miU tiin'i Muii.ittr.
II. I.. lK.. s, 1Vl.i; ,( t,Union 0r
k. nu.iux: . i.. m. d..
Physician A Surgeon,
iv, -1 it I .;un.
" ' ... u.,3.w
and Examine Them.
AIAIN rtTHEKT, North of Bridge.
I Leaves i nion uaiiy at - p. in, arrives at
Cove at tf:;5U p. in.
Leaves Cove at 8 a. in., arrives at Union
at !J:."(J a. in.
Connections made with Elliott's .concha
running to the depot, carrying passenger
for east anil west oounu trains.
ISAT ICS tor l'ASSHNO KItS. I.TJGGAGIS
anil I'KKIGIIT, KKA S) Altl.i:.
110H1NS0N .fe LAVNE. Proprietors
UNION CITY HOTEL,
(Oppixite the Court House,)
L, J, Ijootlie, - - Proprietor.
Havinc refitted the same and added a
largo new dining room, I am now bet
ter prepared than ever to accomodate my
Steals 25 Cents.
Beds 25 Cents.
(iivemea call. 9-11-lm
Union and Cornucopia
Stage - Line
Quickest and Cheapest
Route to the Pine Creek
ff I 50 X c
- ;; oo ic
- 00 2U'c
nion to Park
" " Saucer
" " Cornuconia
Obtained, and all Patent Itusincss attended
to Promptly and for Moderate Fees.
Ourotllce is opposite the IT. S. Patent
Olllee, and we can obtain Patents iu less
time than those remote from Wasoington.
Send AIODKLor DRAWING. We auvise
as to pantentabililv free of charge: and vt
inako NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT lfe
I We refer, here, to the Postmaster, the
j Supt. of Money Order Div., and t) ollicials
oi tne i . b. i'atent Ottice. lci circular,
reH'ercnces to actual cli-
Statu, or Counts, write to
SNOW & Co-
Opposite I'atent Olliee. Washington, 1). 0.
Thomson ife Pursol nro agents for
tho colehratcil Cyclono AVinilAIill, and
as tho prices on "them have been great
ly reduced thoy nro now within tho
reach of all. Sample mill to ho seen
at their planer in North Union. Call
and examine it.
OCMD FOR OUR CATALOGUC.no PRICES
ATLAS ENGINE WORKS,
THE ONLY TRUE
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OuiOon.tWUon.U".r Oom.ialnt anJ
Or. HARTER MEDICINE CO.. SUlevUt
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