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THURSDAY, JANUARY 15. 3891.
"Written for THit Scout.)
Old year, to you wo l)icl farewell;
Yet, of von Ioiir will me n'ry dwell,
Of joys nnil tonr,
( Iiom m hihI fr5,ir.
That flimed and im.Im'iI midst livliiB tlirtin,
"Which in vast iuiaoiit!o nioveit aloii.
Moved on en ma", vet every one
Moved In n diUVrrnt sphere, alone;
Knell In its plaro.
Willi steady paec.
Moved onward, without jur or stnilti.
As weldid link uitliin the i-lialn.
Each tlirnli of i.it1c, or smiind of ohlnio,
lias marked no chHi of your time,
Wlileh,Kil or 111.
Tin npuoe did till,
And in ouch eentnl of your nice,
A eliaiiRi; in all lint taken plaeu.
Could you but wait to tell the talc
Of what you miw on hill or vale,
As'you )asoii o'er,
Krom shore to shore,
From clime tneliin. from strand to strand,
O'er Kingdom s or o'er Kni'doiii's hind.
Mcthiiiki Ahl Gone? Oood bye, goodbye;
Another year is very nigh;
Yw, now is hre;
II ippy New Year I
Let song-i of kindness now be stiiif
Jn glud refrain, by everr toiKite.
Mav nence, and jov. with hope Mista'n
Kaeh soul within our vast doinain.
While the new year
Slavs with us here,
Mny each' one learn that to he blest,
Kaeh must be kind t) all the rent.
II. I.'. Km Mi v.
CLARA BELLE LEE.
A ROMANCE OF THE SEA.
"Written for Tun ScorT, by C. P. Hinckley.
PLEASANT morning in May,
fj ISoO, on tho island of Nantucket,
Tho ancient old town scorned
full of life and bustle. Tlio year
before, the California' fever had nearly
depopulated tho town. Every man on
tho island wis mad lo go out to the
land of gold. Nino vessels sailed for
California on that yoar from Nantuck
et. They were the ships "Sarah Par
ker," "Kanny," "Aurora," "Henry
Astor," "Joseph Duller," "Martha,"
"Citizen," "Montana," and "Edward."
Those vesols wero londod with building
frames, lumber, naval stores, oil, can-1
dlos etc. A large number of Nantttck
et'rt young men nevor came back.
Many are still living in California. A
Ktnall portion of tho city of San Fran
cisco, where a largo number of Nan
tuokutorn renido is called "Nantucket
At the timo of which I write, busi
ness was quite at a stand still, but in
J8fiO a butter fueling prevailed and
fourteonislups woro (ittud out for the
whalo fishers, although there was a
great scarcity of ollloers and men. On
this line morning in spring all was ac
tivity, bmtlo and hurry on the wharves
along the water front of the harbor.
At tho wliarvosl.iy a lloet of vcsols,
taking in or di.-eluirging cargoes. The
sail lofts, the .-.hops of tin riggers and
walks of tho rope-makers wero occu
pied by tho ui'iltitudes that the de
mand of tho shipping give employ
ment to." Tim warehouses woro
crowded with goods' and tho streots
thronged with teams and foot passen
gers. Tho cherry din of the cooper's
hummers, and the ring of the black
smith's anvils nwounded on all sides.
On tho Commercial, Old South,
Htraigh, and New North wharves, lay
cloven largo whal ships fitting out
lor sea, six of them Capt. Horner's and
tho rest fitting for tho south Atlantic
and Indian ocoan, and one for tho
Brazil hanks. The merry sound of
tho mens voices, bending on tho ships
Bails; the noise of tho carpontort- and
boat buildors; the runiblo of the heavy
trucks hauling down enormous casks
of provisions; the commands of those
in authority, and the activity on all
sides made of it a lively scene. In a
thousand ways tho activities of pros
porous business showed themselves.
Tlio largo licet of beautiful fishing
boats of tho islanders, sailing around
in tho magnificent harbor, some of .
them only a mile or ho from the
wharves, darting along tho Coatuo rips
fishing for blue fish, others dimly
seen on the horizon seven or eight
miles o(V up harbor, oil' Pocono and
Oroekatu lUhing for soups, Hat fish,
cols, olnms, qiinhnngs, hunters and
crabs for tho Nantucket maikot. The
beautiful old town in the hack ground,
Hashing in the sunlight, the arehiteo
turo of Hit. hoticos and the public
buildings ipiaint and odd, Many of
thu building, with their gables, side
and rot if shingled, ami painted all
color, a the fancy of the owner dic
tated. Thu walks on thu J oofs of thu
houses are wooden platforms enoloiud
by Strong railings', built upon thu tops
of the hour's, entrance to thorn baing
gained by a iipiaio hole.out through
tho roof and iiswl ns lookouts by the
jh-oiiIo hi view tho arrival and dojmr-
ture of i)hiK, bringing or uarrying
their lpvotl yjes on long voyagoj to
the P.ic lie o' (ti or tlio fur oil' Indies.
Often the wii. housoliolil can ho
seen on top o. then lionetM some of
thorn three stories high having u line
time. Tho mother w.th her- knitting,
children playing ttrtiiititl nnil tlio cap
tain of tlio hoiiro juicing back alitl
! forth with spy class in hand tho
Miuno us though ho wnson the quurler
deck of his hhip ut'toa.
Ah mc, what a glorious plaoo on fine
summer evenings fur love making,
are tlnwo walks on the top of tho Nun
tnoket honso.. The oltl wind mills
with their immunsc arms ntvolvinic
slowly or rapidly around aiscording to
the strength of the wind, grinding corn
into meal. In thu war of the Revolu
tion and ag.iin in IS12-I5 there old
wind mills were tho main stay of the
inhabitants for meal. They had no
Hour. Tho ilritUh men-of-war were
cruising constantly around tho island
and capturing any eoa-tinu vessel that
would try to reach tho main laud. The
nrms of the mills wero also used as
signals to warn our ships if theie was
an English frigate in sight.
About two miles out from Drant
Point, at the back of tho bar, with her
cable short up and down, with her
gaskets cast loose from her topsails,
and surging impatiently at her anchor
as though anxious to be oil', lay the
good ship "Potomac," loaded with pro
visions and outfits for whalo ships.
She win owned by Charles I,oo, and
bound to Fayal. Western Islands, tak
ing out'provisions for his whale ships
that put in there in tho fall to recruit,
and would load back with tho season's
catch of oil. She was waiting for her
owner, Charles Lee, who was going to
the it-lands on business and taking his
daughter along for tho benefit of her
health, though tome of the good peo
ple on the Uhltitl nllovml she was no
Moro Mck than they wore oniy love
sick after Charley Swain. Others
tliought she cared moro for.Alonzo
Darney, cashier of tho Pacific Dank.
However, no one know which of these
two she really loved, and porhaps sho
did not know herself. But many peo
ple had noticed that for tho last three
or four weeks, ever since the "Clara
Dello Lee" had sailed juvay, she bud
been ftetful and cross and unlike her
iual sweet self.
At the f-eawanl ond of the straight
wharf, on this pleasant morning, was
gathered a large crowd of townspeople
Indies and gentlemen to bid Mr.
Charles Leo and his charming daugh
ter good byo and to wish them a safe
and pleasant voyage.
Mr. Charles Lee was a stern, silent
man, as unpopular with his fellow citi
zens as his daughter was popular. His
ideas did not iiu higher than to plot. !
and plan how to make money. His
highest ambition was to leceive tho
top price for his oil and lo sell his
sheep and wool. Ho was the owner of
tho largest band of sheep on the island.
His daughter had long tried to induce
him to retire from business, as ho was
already immensely wealthy; but ho
was always wanting more. Compe
tency, with him, was u tort of a iinau
clal horixon. Tho word always signi
fied a little moro than he possessed.
Mis daughter was surrounded by ad
mirers of both sexes, who came with
boquots, which, as they wero presented
to her, were pased down into the'
whale bont, wailing to receivo the par
ty, and they formed a formidable hoap
in the stern sheuts of the boat.
Sweot Clara Dello Loe. Sho looked
so charming as sho stood there bowing
and smiling in acknowledgement of
their well wishes. She had a slender
form of medium height, carried with a i
combined grace all her own. She was j
droesed very quitoly, but in perfect i
taste. A sweot refinement and a sweot !
presence. Sho had masses of glossy I
brown hair which she woro in tho I
Carlhagonian style, lmjiel eyes, face
eluar cut and mobile and founded on a 1
firm chin. Around this rara avig men
swarmed as naturally us (he migrating
birds Mtouud the lofty beams of Itruut
Point light, and many fell crushed and
bleeding, for it is destiny and law that
only onu man can have the prixc.
Tho farewells being said amid a
storm of hand shaking, well wishes and
waving of hiiudkotohiefs, tho light,
grneoful whalo boat darted from tho
wharf, out around Dnmt Point, by tho
boll buoy, with its boll sounding mourn
fully as it rooked slowly to and fro
with tho motion of the wavev, and
(lushed swiftly nlomUidc of (he good '
ship "Potomac." whore tluy were re- j
ivived by Capt. CoU iuau and wife and '
fccortud to Uiur ttito iooih-; in the .
cabin of tho bip.
Capt. t! nian' wife Hcouiiipanied
him on his voyage. Many sen ca-'
taitu of Nantucket wero accompanied '
on tin ir long and 'H'rilotH voyages by
their wives. 'I lwre are now in Nan
tucket many ladies that are jut a good
Mtilois tu any man that walk a hip'n
quurtttr deck. It w.un.. ihhimuI thing
in those day, v!u u u wha!v lnp ui-
t. iT i.n island in tho Peine, to have an
. ... i i. , il.. 1.!..
MUillllOmil IIILIIIU lO IUUU, 111 UIU C11U1U,
foi which no provision hud been made
when idio failed from Nantucket.
You will find on tho island any day,
boys and girl, men- and women who
were born around Cape Horn or some
of the coral ijW of tho Pacific.
"You may get tho ship under weigh.
Mr. Chase," tud Cnpt, Coleman to his
"Aye, aye, sir. All hands, up an
aii was btistio ami hurry. Tho lmr -
ricune roar of the officers shouting out
orders to the penmen, tho men rushing
tip the ship's Jigging and lying out on
the yards loosening the bails, men
heaving at the windlass to tho tunc of
"Rull'alo girl?," mude of it an inspiring
scone. Sail after sail was sheeted
home, and soon tho "I'otoir.ae" was
walking through the water at a lively
rate, sweeping before a strong breeze
i on the quarter, Hinging tho spray from
cither bow in glittering masses and
couitesying with long drawn gestures
over a tall llowing M-a that swept to
the countir and underrati the buzzing
craft in folds of brilliant gieen watcr(
on which ioso and fell an exquisite
lace work of froth, beautified by foam
bells and radiant with the flashing of
expiring bubbles. Out around Great
point, and tho eastern end of the island ;
Croat Point light house, standing soli
tary and alone on tho narrow neck of
land, a beacon light of groat power,
that had stood for a century, guarding
and warning away ships from the
treacherous Nantucket shoals; on by
tho south shoal lightship; on to the
boundless sea beyond.
Tho "Potomac," for about three
weeks, had hauling winds and calms,
and made slow progress. On the 10th
day of June, ISoO, she was lying hove
too, on the Western Ground a favor
ite pluco for whalers in a hurricane.
In the evening at 11 o'clock eight
bolls tho ship was lying on her bonm
end with her foremast gone and the
seas dashing madly over her. It was
a fearful night. A large meteor burst
over her, and knocked the crew sense
less, killing ton men outright. Bulls
of lire were i tinning out on the yard j
nuns and on the nfastheads. One ball i
of lire exploded in the belly of tho
rnaintopsail, with u leport like a rille,
souttcrinc thousands of sparks and al-
most paralyzing the men. The re
maining masts were cut away and still
the "Potomac" would not rightcn, but
lay on her side, wallowing in the
trough of the terrific seas, a complete
All hands wore on deck InP tho two
ladies, who wero clasped in one an
other's arms, on the sofa in the main
j cabjn, in horrible suspense and nnxie
' ty as to the futo of the ship and crow.
I Palls of lire wero falling, hissing in tho
j water, like splendid fireworks. Tho
pumps wero started, but soon sucked,
showing the ship was not leaking. Tho
mate had given the order to leave the
pumps when a tidal wave not a com
mon sea swept over tho ship and
completely hurried her up. Mrs. Cap
tain Coleman had, in her anxiety,
came up out of the cabin just as the
sea swopt on board. It washed her
and every human being overboard
from the deck of tho ''Potomac," and
they woro never moro seen. Tho only
person loft on board of tho ship, "Poto
mno," was sweot, charming Clara Polio
to iik co.vn.ri:i.
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ph)flcal belr.Q Is In perfect working
crcr, and this Is lmpos;lb!o vihen the
llv;r and spltcnsra torpiJ, thusobstruct
ing the secretions, causing Indigestion
zr.i ii)3pc?i!a, with ell ol their accom
English Dandelion Tonic
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excites It to health action, resolves Its
clircnlo engorgements, end promotes the
secNtions : cures Indigestion and consti
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i TOS. KEILUERT,
A Fine lino of Goods Always in Stock.
Gall and Examine Them.
1 Suits Made to Order,
Cleaning and Repairing.
All work warranted. 12 J-tf.
yy E. P.KOWNKLL, M. I).,
Physician & Surgeon,
Oilieo at city dniR store.
DUOOKS, M. 1).
Physician & Surgeon,
ISLAND CITY, OUKfiON.
i3?-Prompt nttention given to all pro
fessional calls, day or niiit. 11-6-tl
DITTEBUAXDT, M. D.,
Physician & Surgeon,
AH calls promptly
responded to, dnv or
Eatnplo Pens, different patterns, In '
n Nii-Uol ITnfe-l ITTalj'i Sios.
suit ixxV;iaSd, oa receipt of lO CUTiTS.
PERSY &GQ., London. ecidj,.ib24.
U. S. Cm:o 810 Drosdaay New York.
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TOT UK IS IIKliKP.Y GIVEN Til AT
hv ui" lie ot an oxceution unci order ol
i sale issued out of the
Oregon, for Union
county, bearing date the 22nd day of l)o-
ei'inber, l&DOnnd to nic direeted and deliv
ered, upon a judgment and decree of fore
closure and Milo of heretofore attached
property, entered on the 23rd dnv of Sep
tember. 1M)J. wherein tin- First National
liank of Arlington is phtintifT, and C. V.
Lndd and Ii. Florence are defendants for
the .Mini of eight hundred :uid one and nine
onc-httndmlihs dollurs. with interest there
on at the rate of ten per cent. icr annum,
from the 22nd day of .-epteinber, lsOO, and
the further Mini "of reventy dollar attor
ney's fees, thirty and twenty one linn
dredths dollars for cot and (listiuiseiiients
of this action, and decreeing the .sale of
thu following described heretofore attached
real estate, to-wit: All the right, title and
interest that the defendant, C. V. I add.
had on the 17th day of June, 1XK.I, or alter
acquired in or to the following deuribed
real estate, vi:
Lots eight, (8) nine, (U) ten (10) and
eleven (11) in block one hundred and four
teen (111) of Chaplin's addition to the town
of La lirando. Union county, Oregon.
Now therelore, under and bv virtue of
said execution and order of sale as afore
said. 1 will sell at public auction, at the
court liouse door at L'nion, Union county,
Oregon, on Friday, thefith day of Februa
rv. 1MU. at 2 o'clock p. m. of "said day, all
the right, titleaud interest of. in and to the
said premises that C. V. Ltuhl, one of tho
defendants above named, had on the 17th
day of .liinc. lM), or after acquired in or
to the above described real estate, tosaiisfy
said judgment, attornoys" fees, cots, di
iiursumeiits and interest", ns aforesaid, and
Terms of sale, cash to me in hand, in V.
S. gold coin.
Dated tills the 2nd dnv of January, 1S91
Shoriir of Union Cottntv.
Ity W. II. UiiKit, Deimtv. 1-S-Ct.
NOTirr. OK roUKKlTUllH.
State of Oregon, county of Union, i
Novombor 10. 1S00,
To John Noi.cx :
You are hereby notified that 1 have ex
pended one hundred dollars in labor and
improvements on the "Flying Dutchman''
(piartz lode, situated in Ortinite mining
district, I'nioii county, Oregon, as will ap
pear by cortilieate tiled November 10, laMO.
and recorded in Hook E of quartz claims,
page 220, in the ollloe of the recorder of
said county, in order to hold shU1 premises
under the provisions of section 2321 revised
statutes of the United States, being the
amount ri quired to hold the same for the
year cmiing I'eceuiber ill. imu. and it witii
in nint'tv davs attir t Ills iintii-n bv mitilioit
tion yoti fail or refuse to contribute your
lortioii of such expenditure, and of other
e.vpeiHiitures tor wnteii you nra legally
bound as co-owner, your intorot in s.iid
claim will become thu property of the ub
seriher under said scioii 2S.M.
tl l.l-iat UKOHtiK V. PltHKINS.
MtTiri: or iiwsoi.irriox.
IA10T1CE IS IIKKKIIY (UVEN THAT I
J.1 wr, Npnro K. Ttiomas and J. 11. De
' laney.lmve this day tlisolved by mutual
consent the pariuoriihip biuimts heretofore
' exlstinir between u. and J. 11. Delanev Is
I horn by authorised and undertakes to pay i
all dohu of the tirtu and collect all accouuU I
Dnteil al Union Oregon thi. 3nt)t day of
tMjl'lUK K THOM .
J. II. HKLANKY.
Ot&MU.tTIO.V .NO II OK.
ATOTICK It? HKKKPY OIYRNTUAT;
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till mic in tti imniv ii'ii u'i i w "
.layrlisirtiv.ttbv nmnul e.iuM iit, Hie jI.I
J. il'. lllll i:ii,,,,MUJ IITMM tlw lM-lnes,
; V J. HkIiuim iium. . d ImbUltie- ft i tie
! late llrui and in u.illuul u e.l i a id
, reeeivo all ae.'uunls .tud dt iiiam! ,.ii' -.. d
1 llautl t'ti , llreetm, .Inn. ! l-v:
V Jill L.
1 lilm. V. i- 1II Mr.
NORTH r-A SOUTH
i UNION, 01
A. It. Ticket Asciit.
TIME TAB Lit.
Trains depart from Union daily as follows:
Overland Flyer, No 2 11:33 A. M.
Overland Flyor, No .., . 7: 0 P.M.
j Main Line, Nos. 1 and 2. "The erlnnd
Flyer,'' carry throunh Pullman SWpors,
Colonist Sleepere, Free Chair Cars anil
Conrlies, between Portland and Denver,
I Omnha, Kansas City, St. Louis, .St. Paul or
! Main Line, Nos. J5 and 4. "The Limited
I Fast Mail," carry Pullman Dining and
j Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chi
cago. OCEAN DIVISION.
The Union Pncifl- will digpatoh Steamerr
between Hnn Francisco and Port
land, ns follow.
FKOM l'OHTI.A.NK. I FMOM HAJ1 FkAM'ISCO.
At 10 p. in. j At 10 a. iii.
State. .Nov ') Oregon Xov is
Oregon Doo 2 Columbia. .Dec 1
Columbia. . " "tato 4
tate Oregon. . . " 7
Oregon -I Columbia . " 10
Columbia. .. 14 State " 1:1
.State "17 Oregon " 10
Oregon. ' 20 I Columbia " 10
Columbia " 23 Ktnte. " 22
Stnto .... ' 20 Oregon " 2.)
Orogon " -JU Coliiiii'Jti " 2X
The company reserves the right to change
Meainers or sailing days.
HATBS OF PASSAtJIC:
Cabin. - - $10,00 Steerage - - ?S,00
Ittiund Trip Ticket, Unlimited - S.tO.Ou
Children, under 12 yearn - Half Fare
.. 5 VeftrS - ' - Free
Including Meah and Jierths.
C. $. MULLEN, I T. W. LEE.
fien'l Trallic Manager. Gcn'I. Ticket Agt
A. Ii. ELLIS, Agent. Union.
"The Hunt Line."
In Connection with the
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILR'D
Quickest and Best Route
Between Eastern Oregon and Washington
and Puget'Sound points, n wed as
the Popular and Direct
Line to all
POINTS EAST and SOUTHEAST
PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS,
SUPERH DINING CARS, and
FREE SECOND CLASS SLEEPERS
Through to Cliit'aco via tills I.ino.
Passenger Trains of thi Company are run
ning regularly between"
DAYTON, WAITSnURG, WALLA
WALLA, WASH., anil PEN
Making close connection at Hunt's Junc
tion with Northern Pacific trains for Taco
nia, Seattle, Victoria, P. C, Ellensburg,
North Yakima. Pasco, .Sprague, Cheney,
Davenport. Spok'ine Falls, Uutte, Heltua.
St. Paul, Minneapolis.
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
Passengor Train, making above connec
tions leave Pondlefon daily, at 7 : 10 p. in.
Through Tickets Sold to all Points East j
at the Lowest Rates. i
V. F. WAMSLEY, I
Gen'l l'r't and Pns gr Agt. 1
Walla Walla. Wash.
G. W. HUNT,
President and Gen'l Manager.
11. L. DEACON, Ticket Aaent, Union, Or
R. H. BROWN,
OILS, GLASS, PUTTY, Etc.
A Comtdete ami Varied SUk of Wall
lhtporuii linnil. J
Prescription Carefully Compuumled
lay jr Night.
A full supply of nchool Ixtuka en-t-t
intlv on hand.
. . -
nsoii .vs Pursei n snts tor ,
, , . . -
Uh prlw ou thetll ha ve leu Jtixwit
Iv mluivil Uiev am now wit Inn the
roanh of all. Saruile mill to be sivi
at their planer iu North L'mIu-u. Cull
ami exauiine It.
:$! Stan ubs to
' Iearc, Tniou daily at 2 j. in. airlve at
Com- at 3:30 p. in.
leaves Cove at S a. in. , arrives at Union
'at !:" a. at.
Oi.titertiona niiide with Kllltitt'' roachf. i
rinuiittft lo the depot, currying paciii;-'r&
'or east and west bound trains.
KATH for PASSHNOKKS. I.Hr.OAfil;
:iim) t'l'.KlRHT, UKA.SONAlSl.il;.
CO WNSON A LA YNK. l'roiiriotors
MOI CITY HOTEL,
(Opposite the Court ousc.)
; L, J, Boothe, - Proprietor.
Having refittrd tho sa:i. and added a
Inrp iii-vv diniiip room, I am now hot
ter prepared than ever to accomodate my
RSeals 25 Cents.
Beds 25 Cents.
Give me a call. 0-11-lin
Union and Cornucopia
Stage - Line !
Route to the V
FA It 11.
nion to Park
" " Cornucopia
Miss I3KM.K II. Bocock, OF VlItr.IMA,
Christniits Term heg
jEondiiy. Nov. 17, ISOO.
LUMBER for SALE
at the High Valley
All kinds of lumber constantly on hand
or furnished on short notice. Prices cheap
as the cheapest.
Patronage - Solicited.
mi. WILKINSON & SON.
Obtained, and all Patent Business attended
to Promptly and for Moderate Fees.
Ourorllce is opposite the U. S, Patent
Ottlce, and we can obtain Patents In less
time than those rcmoto from AVasoington.
Send MODEL or DRAWING. vVo advise
as to pantentabilily free of charge; and wo
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