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About The Oregon scout. (Union, Union County, Or.) 188?-1918 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1891)
I Carry the Finest Assortment of Goods in
News cf tlio WeoU as Noted ly Our Reg
V.muxiwix. 1. C. Dec. L'J, IBM.
Uditou Oi:nno.v .Scout:
Kiminoiiil mattuM arc neaiing u di
ms in (ho .Semite, and if all the Sena
tors who have privately talked freo
coinngo arc prepared to vote for it in
the Sennto. notliini,' can prevent the
adoption of n free coinage amendment
to tlio financial hill, which has just
been reported to the Senato from the
Finance committee ly Mr. Sherman
This hill in n very difl'eront one from
that which was tirt introduced, and
tho .silver men are mad all through at
tho committee for Uh action in strik
ing out tho section providing for tho
replacing of national bank notes by
treasury notes issued on purchases
of silver bullion, and inserting in its
placo ono authorizing tho Secretary
of tho Treasury to isstio $200,000,000
in 2 per cent, bonds, and they do not
hesitate to pay that they will combine
outside of party lines and pass a frco
coinngo .unundmcnt to the committee's
bill, Srnator Stewart has already
introduced n iron coinago amendment,
which will certainly receive tho sup
port of all of the republican Senators
who are favorable to silver, but great
preecurv i luting brought to bear on
South'TU Honators by tho opponents
of silvor to prevent their voting for it,
and ii thoy can trade votes against it
for votes against the election bill, they
will gladly do so.
Action on this question cannot pos
sibly be stavtXl oil' much longor, how
over niueli certain gontlemou would
like to delay it, ami it is expected that
as soon as thoo senators who wont
homo for Christmas roturn to their
scats, ih ! light will bo oponed in dead
earnest by tho ulver men who say
thoy proposu forcing the lighting when
once it begins.
Tho democratic senators having ab
sented thenuelves to break a quorum
in order to prevent tho adoption of a
resolution allured by Mr. Hoar provid
ing for a esiuu to begin at 8 o'clock
in tho i'voning and ha continued until
tho oleetioii bill was disposed of, and
having dmdinwl to consent to naming
a timo to begin voting upon that
moaisitrw. Senator Aldrioh has re
portud tliu much talked of cloture rule,
aulhorias,Hl by n recent republican cau
cus; but reporting it and passing it
are two things. Tho democrats will
rosort Jo any and all sorts of tactics to
defout it, an 1 they aru counting upon
tho pusaivu support of a number of ie
publican; but 1 doubt very much
twhothor they get U.
The lung drawn out agony is over,
and Michigan has captured tho seat
upon the bunoh of the supremo court
luft vacant by the do.ith of tho lato
Justice- Miller, the fortunato man be
ing Mr. llonry 15. Urown, a gentle
man who is not widely known in Wash
ington, and whoso name has never
boon publicly mentioned in connec
tion with tho pos tiou. Michigandors
horo say that ho is an able lawyer, and
that he will creditably till the position.
That the dejiro for tuoni money is
not ooiitimnl to tho west and nor h
west, as hs boon intimated, was fully
provou by rtohition oilered in the
Houo by Mr. Iittiuultard of Louisaiw,
sotting forth the preMut rumarkable
Atrhu' mi th ; money market, and
batik i i
' .- i. ho ttaon impossible in
. - in ih mith to obtain ad-
'i $10 a lulu on cotton,
i.; a tho oommiltee on
. i i i: ;oncy be iiwtrtiottftl to
. ; 'id.ng for mirh an
t I il tender riirronoy
' ' - unit' d with the prut
i i i rticiUtioii and
I i 'itud llildiT tUlilllig btW.
iii r. i-c ;ii wihiiiiu of money to
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.ffiO per capita of our population.
Senator Vorhees in the course
i. m. ..i....i:.. i.lll it,...,l
a sentiment that will touch a respon
sive chord in the breast of every mem
ber of the Farmer's Alliance, lie said :
'When the twentieth century opens,
it is my prayer and my belief that the
farmers of tho North and of the South
and of all the sections of tho country
will have co united and fraternized in
their councils and policy that they will
bo in conttol of tho government for
the establishment of justice and equal-
lll' mill tt Hin I..-fl1,,'"m' f( (dtlsK KM-
prcmacy and malignant sectionalism."
There is a minor here, which is not
generally credited, to the effect that
Senators Ingalls and Farwell, who are
now in their icspectivo States seeking
re election, had been promised onoiuh
democratic votes to elect them in re
turn for their voles agaitiHt the elei
Chief Powdorly, of the Knights of
Labor, was hero a few days ago, mak
ing arrangements for the national labor
convention, which he propones calling
at an early day to meet in this city.
He is also interested in tho establish
ment here of tho headquarters of the
National Citizens' Alliance.
Tho motto of tho.Housii seems to bo
"rtt-Minio a virtuo if you have it not."
It took a roeefn. from Tuosday after
noon until today, when it knew that
thore were ninoty-nino chances out of
a possible hundred that it could do no
biiMuo.xs until after the first of tho
year, owing to abi-eiioe of a quorum.
Tho Senate is almost as bad. After
announcing that it would til mht
along, it was compelled to
from W odnefetay to Saturtia;. .
J. H. 0.
BIG C?.ECK ITSm.
,Unury 8, 18 01.
Plenty of mud.
What has booomo. of our literary
that was to be?
S. S. says that ho has a heifer that
is bound to range in the Park.
Albert. Turner j U'H clung school in
the Keating dUwict aud is giviujf uni
The infant child of Owirgo Corpo
has beou soriotiuly ill with fever but at
present is conva)coont.
A child of J. M. Worley's wa badly
scalded on January 1, by the acciden
tal overturning of a pan of water.
I'bero teenis to he some bud blood in
this community idnoe Muldoon'n pic
nic. Wo do not like to hear of this.
Several of our young folks were in
tending to go to tho hall on Qooo
ireek but wore .detained by ho snow
Mr. Poppy mot with quite a serious
accident on Doeomber HOih. While
driving entile his horse slipped and foil
on hi left foot crushing it bully.
I'ho surpris party on New Yat'
night at tho residence of Hon. Dun
ham Wright was well at ended, tho
best of order being observed as usual
and all wont merry us a marri tg bell.
Moro i.non, X. Y. Z.
a raw oimns
? t n d o 1 ty J oy a Vojjo t a til i So ra p ar I tliv.
Mr. ltoKlou, ita KKwil end fti UJy nt M0
Mnu kthaa Pranoitco. ntir guluv dovvu itaJ
ily fur immtlti u comptotvly rtMUtreU auJ u
now well mid health)
J, II. llroM'ii, IhioV ktwiw I'ttalumti. Cured
lutlrely of hit ladtgeUluii aud on0)iaiWa. ;
MlHClam MvlTln, liK Kroruty nreot. 3 K.,
?urdo(aaftMvatdtnM tt tndtcM(ia nd
i n. Pttunttt, C(it WlurSafer, tout of CUr '
:iot, ii. K t'ureil of ilai la th Ixrt. Uvu
troaMt nod iues )M!(-titM.
Mm, J UwpkM. i:a MurUt ttrtwt. it 1' , uuX
bw uatr iUirl'nin' cr (or two )cu tor
hici iiMiiiiiiit ii iu hiv mini awitu ao rr
(Miiisl twr ol.l Mutouiivl hatili
iorr4r wuit dytiitt. hell Untisr (ho Am i
rk Kitit I ti"tr ettrod
UtHI.li- ..Jll t'f L'.'t V: 'tu'li s rw. i. P..
.urJ el ii ii.U ; i . u-ivl ,,:
K4hi4 Sen..'!' 79 :.wrtt :ivv. t urJ
l Ntn. I t the I a i. hu I i,t... I.. '
Hi 1 1
TO 1 ICE IS HEKK1JY GIVEN THAT
! X liy ilr'uuoi sin ex-cit,
II 1 I W'lIT of
out. of (lie Honorable Circuit
(,'ourt i'f tin- .-;.., Or.' -on, for Union
oounty. i.paruo: '...tv ii.e Zi:m day of De
cember, letiJund to me directed and deliv
ered, upon a judgment and decree of fore
closure and salu of heretofore atlacuad
property, entered on the 23rd dav of Sep
tember. JMM, wherein the First National
Hank of Arlington is plaintiff, and C. W.
I.udd and K. Florence are dctotidants for
the .sum of tight hundred and one an. I nine
oiie-hiuidu'dtfiM dollar, with inteiest tlierc
on at Hit rute of ten per cent, per nnuiiin.
from the '-'2nd day of .-epiember, 1MJ0, and
the further sum "of seventy dollar.-) uttor
luys fees, thirty .and twenty one htm
dredtlis dollars for uo-tst and disliuisdincnts
of tidt action, and deercenig the sale of
tlielollowiiig Ueo'riuod lieruto'orc tittaehed
' real estate, to-vvit: All the right, title and
1 interest that the defendant. C. W. I add.
linil on. tin-1 1 Hi day of June, ls!i, or alter
iicijuiiitl in or to the following dceribed
real estate, viz:
hois eight, (S) nine, (0) ten (10) and
eleven (II) in block one hundred and four
I eu (11 1) of Chuplln'ii a Iditlon to thet jwn
of La (J i. -Hide. Dili. Hi comity, 'reon.
Now there. ore, under a 'ul bv virtue of
fiiid ejtecit ion utid ortierof sale as ttfor.-,-ui(l.
I will j II at public auction, at the
court home door at Union, Union eounty,
Oregon, on Friday, the Cth day of Februa
ry, lit ii'M-ii'lr n in nf v.iiil iltiv nil
tl.e rtfjht, titleaild uitercwt of. in and to the
Mid premitei that C. V. Laild, one of ihe
defendaiiis abi've ntnni'd. hud on the 17di
u. f Jutie. IMW, or .-titer nemilied in or
t' the hImivu tkn'-riiud ieal e.-tute, lo.n'i-fy
aid Jil :jrn lit, .-ittoi nays' fie, co-ts, tll
iiureoieaU ana Interest", as aforesaid, unit
Turuis of hale, cash to me in hand, in U.
S. sold eoln.
IJnted this the 2nd day of January.
J. T. UOLLKii.
SherifT of Union Uownty.
Ity W. It. UaHKtt, UeiHitv. l-S-5t.
NOTICE OK I'OIil'IClTtJltK.
State of Oregon, county of Union, I
November 10. lStXJ.i
To .Ions Noli.jc
You are hereby notilicd that I have ex
pended !le buiidred dollar,- in labor and
imprnvciufiita on the Flyinsr Uiitelinian''
miirtx lotie, situated in (iranUe milling
il'-tllef. ITiunti eMinty, Oregon, ai will tip-p-
in by eerdlieate'tiied Nuvenihor 10, 1M)0.
mitl rworiied in Hook 15 of qiuti ela.ins.
page 2Ji, in the olfleo of the recorder of
stild eounty, in order to hold said pivmi-es
under the provisions of section U'l.'-l revised
Utnte f the titdted States, being the
atiioniti nqtiired to hold tho same for tho
yearcnuttig i'-cemter ,.i. jmw. and it witn
in ninety davs atter this notice by publica
tion you fail or refuse to contribute your
portion nf audi expeiid iure, and of other
expeiulilures for which yon are legally
bound co-ttwner, ymir interest in snid
elAiru will become the property of tho sub
scriber under s:nd set'iii-n 'Mil.
U-13-18t OKORUK W. PKKKINS.
TI16 1)1' DISSOLUTION.
-XIOTICK IS HEURBY OIYUN THAT
we, bquiro K. Thomas ami J. II. IU
lanev.hive this dav (li-solved bv mutual
coti-ent the purtnorship business heretofore
exist iii); between m, and J. II. Delaney is
hervby autlior'n.'d and undertake!) to pay
at debts of the tirnt aud collect all accounts
Dated nl Union On?goii this :Hh day of
J. 11. 1)15 LANKY.
Slcod ts Wea
j Cai wt hi (uoccstfully travaied itrtth
' ?yi c&ri jta!V&. To rcsci aa!th oraaj
j Cwic.oi pgU.In In tl's requtrea tho full
a;..jtvd: r..j epirattcnof t'. tho fit-t;:'4-k..i
s:uio has aa-Jwad us with.
XiUft to.--i;;-Jr.3 cx-.aol !;t unites llo
p: cImJ lc'-q U In pcrtMt working
tr.'op, zr i i.'iit la Itnpostlilo when the
ifv:r a?." plean ara lorpW, thus obstruct
irj thj 6j;rt::oM, oautlog lotilgsstlon
rrt ttrjp.-?s!a, with ull ol their cccon
EriHch Dandelion Tonic
Hta jpt tlfio InSuaaco over tha liter,
c--:!tets U to healthy ectlon, retolves Its
cl.fonle 5r-3orfjemn!s, cr.d promotes ths
raeretleaa; earaa InJIjettlon and const!
psthn, aharptns tho appetite, tones up
taa orUra srataoi, and makea llfo vtorth
and Re"i .
Civile, Si ".
cherc!i i i
Mi4 wiwWlR4r iwsl. 11..AWhmJ
i,i , r.j ui. Tl."'" ' tt
Jr. l ih kWU lViwl wkiT
s. .i.l .wJfclWO l l4.
Any House in Eastern Oregon. Do Not Fail to call and Examine Them.
!OS1r, regO 81 B
A Fine line of Goods Alwiys in Stoolc.
Gall and Examine Thorn.
Suits Made to .Order;
Cleaning and Uepairing.
All work warranted. 12-1-tf.
R. H. BROWN,
Dings and Medicines
PE K FUM EKY, VA 1NTS,
OILS, GLASS, PUTTY, Etc.
A Complote and Varied Stock of Wall
Paper on hand.
Proscriptions Carefully Compounded
Day or Night.
A full supply of school hooks con
stuiillv on hand.
LUMEEH for SALE
at the HiRh Valley
All kinds nf lumber constantly on hand
or funii-hed on short notice. Prices cheap
us the cheapest.
Patronage - Solicited.
MlriS Bm.t.R II. IlOCOCK, OF A'lROlXIA,
ronday, Nov. 17, 1890.
11HOOKS, M. 1).,
Physician & Surgeon,
ISLAND CITY, OKKOON.
JTCProiupt attention given to all pro
fetisiouul calls, day or night. 11-0-tf
DITTEHUANDT. M. 1).,
Physician & Surgeon,,
AH ca'U pn uiptly
reaponded to, day or
I .t kot JPiaw .' ? l.uv,
aeU i-t-;.-JJ, oa ruwip. cf 1J I S.N'W.
PERSY & CZ,t Lcndn. c.
U. S. 0k.
?UHKIHt(KI) ROOMS K1R HKNT.
Mis M.J Cbaacey. Corner St.l and
It St. I'uiiw UfMim,
,ir les ,! sji in i
to II. . pjp. .
: i: a
Wooa w Axri.i
1WV li lr i i
Ill Wtkxl. d -
- FOU h r.
ii rti -l.""di.rtl
1 1 full
el'. 1 1, utitl "41 s
l.t.iliie 41 till
JOS. KEILHEHT, J7 " 7 ffl
SALESROOM and WAREHOUSE.
NORTH and SOUTH
A. i:. KI.I.IS, Tlcliet Agent.
TIM H TAlthU.
Trains doimrt from Union daily as follows:
Overland Flyer No 2 11:33 A.M.
Overland Flyor, No 1 7: 0 P. M.
Main Line. No-. 1 and 2. "The erland
Flyer,'' carry through Pn'lnian SWpcr,
t'olotiist peepers, Free tluir Cais ami
Coaeho, hetvveen Portland and Denver,
Omaha, Kansas City, Sit. Louis, tit. Paul or
.Main Line, Nos. :; and -1. "The Limited
l'Wt Mail," carry Pullman Dinine; ami
Sleeping Cars between Portland ana Chi
The Union Paciti" will diip.ttch ytoiiincrr
between un FranciM-o and Tort
land, as follows.
fltO.M t'OUTI.AMl. FKO.M HA.N FI.A.NL'ISCO.
At 10 p. ill. At 10 a. in.
Mate. ... Nov 2ii Urc'in . ...Nuv2s
Oregon Dee 2 ('uluiabia. ...Dec 1
Columbia. " Mato " t
tate .... " OreKOii. ..." 7
OrtKn " 1 t'oluuihia ... " 10
Columbia H Stto . . . ' 13
State " 17 orujron " 10
Orecron.. . . "2.1 Odtuubia . . .. " 10
Columbia . " 23 .-tate. . . " 22
State . .. " 2! Oregon " 25
Oriron .... '.11 Columbia " 2S
The company roserves therisht to change
steamers or snilini; davs.
IJAT1JS OF PASSAGE:
Cabin. - - flO.OO Steerage - - $S,00
Itotind Trip Tickets, Unlimited - ?:t0.0o
Children, under 12 years - - Half Fare
,. ,, 5 years ... Free
Including Jfeah and Berths.
C. S. MKLLKN, I T. V. LEK.
fien'l Trattic Manasor. I Gen'l. Ticket Agt,
A. K. ELLIS, AkoiU. Union.
"The Hunt Line."
In Connection with tho
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILR'D
Quickest and Best Route
lletwoen Ha-torn Oregon and Washington
and Pivot iiinil points, as wed as
the Popular ami Direct
Line to all
POINTS HAST and SOUTHEAST
PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS,
SUPEKI5 DINING CARS, and
FREE SECOND CLASS SLEEPERS
Tlirouti to Clilcnco via tills Line.
Passenger Tr.iinof 'tlii Company are run
niiit; ri'Kiilarly between
DAYTON, WAITSHURG, WALLA
WALLA, WASH., and PEN
Making oloscooniiet'iion at Hunt's Juuc
tiit iili Norihrni Paeilic trains for Tat o
ma, Pontile, Viotoria II. ('., K.lon.-lnirK,
North Yakima. Pa-co, Spraue, Cheiiev.
IavenHrt, tpik-ine l'alle, Unite, licit na.
M. Paul, Miuat-amdU.
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
Panst njter Train. UlaKiliK above coiinec
tloiu leaves Peudlofou dofly, at 7:10 p. nt.
Through Tickets Sold to all Paints East
at the Lowest Katiit.
AY wF- WAM5LEY,
u u I frt and r s K, Act.
G. W HUNT,
ll -t.lt u 4-.il Oell'i MtlliMKer.
II. I.. DKACON, Ticket Auent, Union. Or
k. bkwn;:i.l, m. u.,
Physician & Surgeon,
KL'i I X. DliKOOX
Ullivr d i .liiis fc or. . l
MAIN STREET, North of Bridge.
p Lino to he.
Leaves Union daily at 2 p. in, arrives at
Cove at 3:.")0 p. nt.
Leaves Cove at 8 a. m., arrives at Union
at 9:00 :t. in.
Connections made with Elliott's coachei
rtinnitiK to the depot, carrying passengers
for east and west bound trains.
KATES for PASSKKOUnS, LUfiflAOH
mill rilKIGHT, ItKASONAULK.
HOI5INSON .fe LA YNIi, Proprietors
(Opposite tho Court otisc,)
L, J, Boothe,
Having refitted the san. and added a
lare new dining room, I am now bet
ter prepared than ever to accomodate my
aieals 25 Gents.
Beds 25 Cents.
Give mo a call. 9-11-lm
Union and Cornucopia
Stage - Line !
Quickest and Cheapest
lioule to the Pine Creek
$1 50 Jic
- ,'i 00 Vc
G 00 c
nion to Park
" " Saucer
" " Cornucopia
Obtained, ami all Patent TSusiness attended
to Promptly anil for Jlodcrate Fees.
Ourollice is ojiposite the IT. S. Patent
Office, and we can obtain Patents in less
time than those remote from Wasoington.
Send Mflirei.nrTIK tWIVf! W n.i,.!o
as to patitentnbililv free of eharce: and wo
mako N'O (MfAltrtK f IV I, Km imtiA'T IR
' ' .. v i v j i l'.3iiilllClv.l, lllC
Sut. of Money Order Div., and t7 otlieials
of tho U. S. Patent Ollice. Fi i circular,
advice, terms and leHerences to actual cli
ents in your own State or County, write to
C. A. SNOW & Co.,
Opposite Patent Oflico. AVasltinston. D. C.
Thomson & Pursol aro arents for
tlio celebrated Cyclone WindMill. and
as tlio prices on tliem have been great
ly reduced thoy aro now within the
reach of all. Sainnlo mill to be seen
at their planer in North Union. Call
utid examine it.
OCNO FOR OUn CATALOQUCano prices
ATLAS ENGINE WORKS,
00 HOT CftIPE, SICKEN OR
Sun Cant rcn sTsx Hckoashf,
i.b ail trouble ulilnx freia
IniilnUet r Conttipttiom.
n . l uriiiim in oiiwa.
UnlrlrdJu,t.J ia u,t tluuu, u
n ill ran n.i.r b to l.ri a iIm. 1Uj to Uk
. w u. U ,ur anliui up In a .tromilal
S?.?T'J" "nM iis-k.i. umiruMK
'""IfV 4 B..to. ll... km .uk.
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