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About The Oregon scout. (Union, Union County, Or.) 188?-1918 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1891)
THURSDAY, JANUARY 15. 1891.
A Paragraphic Record ot Rtccut Happen
ings in and Around tlio City.
Holiday goods at eost.
Kacinators and hoods
at cost :it Mrs.
Glassware, lninn?, and holiday goods at
cost and !e.s than cost at Jones Tiros,
Lndios 3lics and children's woolen un
derwear at cost, at Mrs. lMnt'liurt'. 1-1-tf.
The attention of our readers is called to
the dissolution notice of Hill A: Holmes, in
The mill at the Sanger mines is Again in
operation, the new shuft having arrived a
few days ago.
The winter lias been rather mild so fur
but indications point to a good big snow
itorm before long.
It is thought that Henry M. Stanley will
deliver his popular lecture, about Africa, at
.Portland, in a short time.
If you want to be astonished at tlie cheap
ness of holiday goods, visit Jones JJro's
store and learn their prices.
A vein of coa! has been discovered near
Elgin, but whethoj in sufficient quantity
to pay for working remains to be seen.
The prune business in Oregon is going to
be a gold mine, so writes a Marion county
man who has been traveling in California.
Woolon hosierv. gloves, felt and wool
hats, for sale at cost at Mrs. Ilinehart's
millinery store. Do not lose this opportu
If you want to keep your credit good you
cannot show perfect indin'orence to your
" old accounts, so settle up old bills at the
Cove drug store.
A petition to the legislature is being cir
culated in Grant county asking for an en
abling "Act" upon the question of rc-loca'
ting the county scat.
If you want a neat lilting pair of pants or
a suit of clothes, call on .los. Keilbert. the
tailor. He is a lirst-cluss workman, and
his prices are reasonable.
Horn, in this city, January Sth, to tin'
wife of Edward Conarty, a son. The little
sufferer lived Imtrthrce days. The remains
were deposited in the Union cemetery iSun
Head tho-ad of the grand masquerado ball
to be given in this city on Friday evening
February 13th. Some valuable prizes will
be given to masquers. A list of the prizes
price of ticket's, etc., will be published next
It Is said that a newspaper is soon to bt
started in Elgin, with Mr. Swinohart as
editor. .Many people can see the advantage
of a town having a newspaper, but when it
4' is oneo established forget all about giving
it any support.
No less than a dozen now subscribers have
added their names to our subset iption list
during the past week. Tin: Scoi'T'a repu
tation as a reliable and first-class newspaper
is firmly established and in consequence is
constantly receiving new patrons, entirely
without solicitation ou its part
A merchant of Eugene paid f 13 freight on
a lot of goods from St. Louis to Portland,
and on the amo goods he paid 9 from
Portland to Eugene, a distance of 125 miles.
And yet some people think we do not re
quire a railroad commission backed by clli-
cient laws. Cottage Grove header.
Jacob Spores, a pioneer of Lane county,
died December US, at his residence just east
of the bridge on the road leading from En
gene to Coburg, where he has resided for
more than forty years, in his 07th year, lie
came to Oregon in 1S17 and settled on the
I donation claim where he has since vesided
AVe arc in receipt of a communication
from Pmo valley giving tho particulars of a
brutal assault on Itobert Urown.of llrown-
lee ferry, by one Walter Gerbrich, but as
the letter is not signed wo do not know
how much confldenco to put in the state
ments contained therein. If true, Gerbrich
should bo made to stiller for his dastardly
G. Hunt has at last lloated $2,000,000
of the Oregon and Washington Torritory
Eailroad bonds in London. Tho inonoy
realized from the bonds will be immediate
ly used in the extension of tho O. and W.
T. from Hunt's Junction to Portland, after
which Mr. Hunt will doubtloss give his at
tention to the Union and other proposed
The Pendleton Oregouian says that tho
apprahmcnt qommissioners have finished
their report, which will be forwardod to
Washington tomorrow. If tho report is ac
cepted there will be nothing to provent the
oponing of ti.e reservation in the spring.
Our representatives In congress will doubt-
! less too that the report Is taken up at as
nearly a date as'possible.
Tho legislative assembly convonoil at Sa
lem last Monday. Tho following have been
elected permanent senate officers: Joseph
Simon, president; O. P. Miller, chief clerk;
C. 11. Watson, assistant elork, and J. It,
Eddy, reading clerk. Permanent olIl-i'rs
in the houso: T. T. Goer, speaker; It. Hays
chief clerk, and J. Holman reading elerk.
They huVo hardly got down to business yet
but there should bo, and there doubtless
will be, some important work dono at this
heMlon, We have made arrangements for
a regular correspondent at tho capital and
will keep our readers informed of every
thing of interest going on.
The following winter poem wo found hid
uudew the pillow of one ot ourclt v slum:' r-
er, ami exnrowi ins reeiun.' in jy. ur
reiHwtar surreptitiously niole tho Hues am'
herethoy are in print: "The lark came up
to meet the sun and oarnl (onh his ay; th.
furiuer's son took di(vn his gun uiid .it him
Ij'ua d away. The busv h-e .! : at )'. ;di 1
h ..ti n .1 t!ie liiru'btws ci'if; th'- ''.turn
wife went for th kive tivi rubbtd h n "I
bi oi Tho little a;it roe early t . ins
labors toiegiu; the tn-tdv sparrow th
yj.i.'n A uini tuvic hiKiii li p m. u. mm
ui :ie- .iiul nnt be vtoc. in iiroeru iak
no h i me mine from U-4 to ri till
halfjiftiit eight oVloek."
A "i -m- !fi - ho .1 has 1 .-.mi o-saiiixed in
thi-iiv, ui.h i 'mi. Lavvler as Instructor.
Terms. $4 for the term f einht lerwns: sin
gle lesson. $1. The t' tttt will lK)Hn next
Saturday evoninjt, at Davis' hall. ill. Geo.
Rairri, niannjrer, desires us to announce
that all pupils arc requested to be at the
hall promptly at f o'clock The ermines
of uieetinit will he Wednesday and Satur
day of each week.
At the regular meeting of Grande Uonde
Valley IVmIw No. I. o. O. F.. of this city,
lasPFridny evening, the following officers
were installed bv Ditr:ct Deputy Grand
Master J. M. Phv: J. R. Thomson. X. G ;
S. C. filler. V. (; Ira U rni-sh. recording
and permanent sccrolary; A.N. Gardner,
treasure, ; E S. North, warden; A. E. Ea
ton, conductor; Frank Hall, U. 8. N G ; L.
1$. llinch.irt, L. S. N. (i; J. A. Gallowa.',
The 'bird meeting of the convention of
Oregon -.heriffs will be held in SaWin on
the 20tli of this month. The State bord of
commerce, compo-cd (f detogales from
every board of trade in Oregon, is also to
meet in Salem on the 15th. There will bo
100 delegates in attendance. Matters per
taining to the appropriation by the legisla
ture for Oregon'- display at the Columbian
exposition at Chicago in 1S1.1 is one of the
j subjects ot action by this body.
There Is an estray horse on the range near
John Hates' place In High valley that the
owner onsht to look up and pare for, as he
will probably die if this is not done. Tho
horse is the only one now left on the range.
He is about ten rears old. color, bay. white
strip in face, both hind feet and left fore
foot white, no brand to 1ms seen. He Is in
good order now and looks like a valuable
horse. Go and get him and give Mr, I'.ates
JO ets. to pay us f.ir this notice.
Dr. IJ. L. Willoughby, formerly of Linn
county, has discovered a deposit of opals
near bis cattle ranch, at Hay creek, Crook
county, which he has located unier the
mining laws of Oregon, and is mining for
the precious stones. They are found in the
form of gcodes, or nut like concretions, im
bedded in the trachytie conglomerate.
These opals are vtry brilliant, and those
found below the decomposing action of
air and water are durable and valuablo.
The new city council has ordered all the
saloons closed on Sunday, and the saloon
keepers not liking to be discriminated
against, will see that tho law is enforced
aain-t business houses of all kinds. The
Pendleton council h acting in the same
way. and we agre' with the East Orejconian
when it says: "The ordinance, is wrong, but
as long as it stands it should be enforced.
Its enforcement will quickly lead to some
new and better legislation on the subject or
the gradual depopulation of the town."
A Portland Special in the Philadelphia
Pres-any-: The citizen's coinimttce, eon
prising members of the board of trade and
Oi egon boif.'d of immigration, have raised
a L'Uarantoe of $ lOo 0 '0. for the purpose of
stalling an In lepend -tit democratic daily
newspaper in this city. This guarantee
lias bt en given to Mr. Frank S. Gray, for
nierlv manager of the New York Mail and
Express. The new paper will be callod tho
Portland Tribune. Mr. Gray will bring
with him an nolo corps of newspaper men
from the east. The llrst number will be
Issued about March 1 next.
The State exocutivo board,' consisting of
Governor Peunoyer, Secretary Mellrideund
Treasury Webb, met lust week at the ollice
of the latter, and made the levtc of taxes
for State purposes for tho j ear 1801 as fol
lows: For the general expanse fund, four
mills; university tax, one seventh of a
mill; military tax one fifih of a mill. This
makes the tot.il tax for State purposes four
and twelve thirty-liftlis mills. The total
'nxa tie pro eny of the thirty one counties
oi the Stato is 11 1,07, 7ss, and the tax
leviod will raUe a total of $103,423,51'. Of
this, $4ftU,;ill,li'i is for general expenses,
$10,200,82 for tho university, and $22,815.55
for militia purpo-e.
Mr. Hunt's Success.
It is gratifying news to ovory man, wom
an and child in tho Inland Empire, says the
East Oregouian, that G. W. Hunt has suc
ceeded in placing $2,000,000 of the Oregon
and Washington Territory Kailroad Com
pany's bonds in Loudon. This means the
extension of the Hunt lino to Portland and
this achievement means much to the peo
ple living oust of the mountains. Mr. Hunt
has worked unselfishly and alone against
great obstacles and in the face of defeat
without flinching, to accomplish his pur
pose, jus fortune and nanio were at stake
and valiantly and bravely did he contend
for the right. Ho richly deservos su'ecoss
and wo congratulate him upon his victory.
I'hc Hunt line will take a business to Port
land that tho metropolis will appreciate. It
is a local enterprise which originated in
Pendleton, and as ktich will have an influ
ence with tho people which will bo tho
moans of attracting to it a larger volume of
business than Is enjoyed by its competitors.
Tin- people, with few exceptions, have re
tained thoi'' confidence In Mr. Hunt from
the beg nnii.g to the end, and his suocoas
will result In winning evou these few ovor to
Win. Timmoni, Potuinter of Idaville,
lud., wiit(n: estriu liittors has done
more for me than all other inodieiuei coin-
biiied, for th it bad feeling arising from
ividuey mid Liver trouble." John Lunlle,
farmer and stockman, of same place says :
Find Eloetrlu Hitter to be the host Kid
ney and Uvor niedleino. made mo feel like
a new man.'' J. W. Gardner, hardware
morohant. same town, says : Kb-ctrio Hit
ters 's just the thing fir a .n in who is all
ran d wn and d.m't .ire uin-llicr ho lives
I m d.n; Un fuuu 1 il v -r o i gi'ilap,je
I lite and fell just like li" ha I in w le m 1 on
life. O ily Tit- a ! lb- a: ll.ow.i'i dmx
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OUR SOCIAL WORLD.
Brief Personal JUantlon Epitome of the !
Mavor Finn, of I.a Grande, wa In town
i Mr. Davis Bosweil, of the Cove, called on
j us Tuesday.
Mr. Taylor Green. viHed linker City a
j few days ago.
Mr. W. T. WriRht took his departure for
j Salem. Monday evening.
J Mrs. J. M. Johnson went to m Grande.
' Tuesday eening, on a visit to friends.
I Mr. John Me Howell of Island City, sent
I in this weekfand subscribed for Tub Scoit.
j Mr. John P. xmith, of E.igle valley, sent
I hfa few days'ago and subscribed for Thk
Mr. Frank Wamell, of this city, called
on us Mond.vv and sttbwrlbed for Tub
Iter..!. H.Wood i a'Mstliig How J. P.
Morris in the revival meetings now in grog-
Messrs. W. G. and S. 11. Neville, of the
Sandridge, nmdaqpr olllue tt pleasant call
Mr. and Mrs. Dobbs departed for the
Willamette valley Tuesday evening, on a
visit to relatives.
Kditor E. 8. MeCoinis and wile, of La
Grande, visited friend-, and relatives in
Union this week.
Mr. Geo. Ncweonib writes to have tho
addross of his Scodt changed from Frisco,
Utah to Rosalie, Wash.
Mrs. Arch Johnson was quite sick for
several days this week, but is getting better
vory rapidly at this writing.
Mr. Win. Hiirgs, of Vauwyck, Hoisecqun
ty, Idaho, sent in this week and added his
name to the subscription list of Tub Soon.
Hon. L. 15. Kihehart was called to Walla
Walta last week ou business connected
with the O. it W. T. railroad. He returned
Miss Millie Welch is quite sick with brain
fever and is in a very prucarious condition.
It is to be hoped sho wiii taken turn for the
Mrs. L. 1). Kinehart has been quite sick
and confined to her bed for the past week,
but we are plea-e.i to note is gutting bettor
rapidly at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. ifondbrod returned from
Pine valley on Tuesday evening. Mr.
Goodbrod reports that there is from (! to 8
inches of snow in tho valley.
Hon. J. A. Wright, of Sparta, is said to
have been in town just before his departure
for the legislature. If he was ho failed to
pay his respects to this ollice.
Mr. II. P. Thrall, postul inspector, who
arrived here from Cornucopia, reports that
the Union potollico is as well and ably
kt.pt as any oflico on his route.
Mr. t'has. Howell, of Xew llridge, was in
the city a few days ago. While here ho
made us a pleasant call and added his name
to the subscription list of Tin: Scout.
Mr. W. M. Xash, writes this week and
renews his subscription to Tin: Scout and
ordors an additoual copy sent to J. D.
Heard, Houlder, Montana, for one year.
Alexander Meachcn, the editor and attor
ney of Sununorville, was in Union Tuesday.
He is on his way to Salem where he will oc
cupy a prominent seat In the third house of
Mr. J. t. Shirley returned on Friday ov
eiung's train from Hurnt river. While
there ho purchased :?17,000 worth of beef
cattle, which ho will fatten for tho Portland
Mrs. Dunham Wright, who came this far
with hor husband, on his way to Salem,
took quite sick and has been at the hotel
ever since. Wo aro pleased to report that
sho is much hotter,
Attorney J. M. Carroll left Tuesday even
ing for Salem, as one of the counsel in tho
contest case of Wright vs. Wright, before
tho logislativo assembly. Attorney Shelton
will leave for the scene of action today.
Hon. Dunham Wright, of Medical
Springs, called on us last Saturday, He
was on his way to Salem to bo present at
the convening of the legislature. It is his
intention to vigorously contost for a seat in
that body on tho grounds that ho was un
justly counted out by reason of fraudulent
and illegal votes east at the election.
The dance given at the Depot hotel last
Thursday ovoniog by Judgo Craig and
wife, was immensely enjoyed by a largo
number of guests who join lu pronouncing
it one of the very pleasautest affairs of the
season, A sumptuous supper was servrd.
Mrs. Craig has our thanks for remember ng
us with several slicos of delicious cake.
Dr. Jay Guy Lewis and wife were in tho
city last Thursday on their way to v sit
relatives and friends in the eastern stales.
Thev will probably bo gone several months.
The doctor, while here, onuvoncd our sanc
tum with his genial presence for some time,
and gave us some pointers ou tho condition
of things in the southern ond of the county.
Ho don't want any of linker county "in
Mr. X. S, Hlauk, of North Powder, who
is now sojourning in tho Willamette valley,
writes for up to nend Tun Scout to James
Castle, Thur-toii, Lane county, for one
year. .Mr. ISIank adds: "I hiive been In
'Webfoot' one week and like It pretty well,
iso far no heavy rains have fallen. The
weather is vory mild and everyone seems
happy. No Hood is anticipated this winter.
Crops aro looking tine, and the health of
the pooplo Is generally good, 1'eace, hap
piness and plenty crown the efforts of tho
Mr. Win F
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to THK Si 4l'T,
Wt .tlher now.
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' A'e ar- having nice
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ii. I liilttLi m 1U at j r ii 1 1 :- null 1 I'ihi- -. i .ui . ht
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A 3IQ ENTERPRISE.
Th Ecl Greek Mining and Irrigation
Tho Haker City Democrat says:
"Prior to taking his departure for the
eat yesterday Dr. Jay Guy Iewls, of
Sparta, called at the Democrat editorial
rooms ami showeci us a map representing
by townships a iKirtlon of Eagle valley,
ltngle creek and the projected llunie for
the transiwrtatlon of wood and lumber from
the mountains (o the valley. Tho map
was drawn by C. M. Foster. I'. S. deputy
surveyor, and is an excellent piee of work.
A company styled the "Kaglc Creek Con
solidated Mining and Irrigation Co." has
been incorporated with a capital stock of
$200,000, divided into 20.000 shares tlt $10
The Hume will commence at the mouth
of the Shanghai gtilch. tapping the creek
bearing that naine. -"It will be ncco.s-arv to
tunnel through Horseshoe bend, a distance
of toO feet. The raital will then take a
southerly course, running through thous
and of acres of the most-fertile lands in
Kagle valley, and by conservative estimates
will reclaim upwards of 15,000 acres.
This canal will not only be the means of
giving homes to many thousand people, in
one of the most fertile valleys in tb- Statu
hut will supply an abundance of water for
working the dry placers through width tho
proposed canal will traverse.
It is stated, arid by iwrson who are in a
position to know, that Miaugliai gulch atone
has produced $1,500,000 In gold. Other
equally as rich placers aro the Wee He,
Cub, Sweet Hetsy, and Con.
Dr. Lewis stated that Win. Ainsworth
and wife made a clean-up of f J00 trout their
claim after a 30 days run.
The canal will empty Into Dry gulch at a
point about one mile north of New llridge.
At this point mammoth saw mills, pltinrng
mill ami lath and shingle mills will be lo
cated. This will prove one of the grandest enter
prises ever inaugurated in Uastern Oregon,
and tho well wishes of all will attend Dr.
Lewis in his carnost endeavors toward ac
complishing the desired ends and carrying
out the purposes and interests of the Kaglo
Creole Consolidated Mining and Irnimtlon
A gentleman now stopping at the Hutu!
le Holies; in fact compelled to stay there
and put up with the accomodations fur
nished by that oarayansary, relievos his
lien t up feolings in verso and sends it to us
for publication. Always willing to encour
age home talent, wo comply :
Tin: union count v jut..
I Ml sing to you a ditty, and thereby hangs a
Of a lodging neat and pretty, called tho Un
ion county jail.
It is managed by the sherlll', a man of iron
Who is most ably seconded by good old
Glidewcll was a beauty, but his faco is
And he's but a flitting shadow, at tho Un
ion county jail,
Oh, 'twas good old
Justice 11. that put us in
Tho causo for such proceeding
If you are ever in his clutchos
of course ho
He'll kindly give you lodging in the Union
One lonely evening, lately,
the time was
eight o clof k.
Hold Daniel J. McCarthy essayed to
Just how well he succeeded is patent to vou
Hy sample of his labor that remains upon
A fellow lodger went with him, his given
name was John,
And 1 think they have forcvor shook the
State of Oregon.
They did not loave us thoiraddress, so thoy
cannot get their mail,
Hut there'll he some urgent inquiries at the
Union comity jail.
Some people kindly ask us why wo did not
So wo will try to toll thotn as wo llnlsh up
The hole it was not largo enough for our
And we hud not moral courage to batter
down the wall.
Our ditty is completed, if to pleaso you it
Vou can come around and see us at the
Union county jail.
Let mo ask of lawyer Shelton if his light
plant is lor sale,
For it is a dismal failure in the Union coun
Mrs. Michael Curtain. Plainllold, III.,
makes tho statement that sho caught cold,
which settled on her lungs; she was treated
for a month by her family physician, hut
grew worso. Ho told her sho was a hope
less victim of consumption ami that no
mcdiciclno could cure her. Her druggist
suggostcdj;i)r. King's New Discovery for
Consumption; she bought a bottle and to
hor delight found herself benefitted from
llrst dose, bho continued Its usa and after
taking ten bottles, found herself sound ami
well, now does her own housework ami Is
as woll as she over was. Frco trial hottoles
of this Great Discovery at Hrown's drug
store, large bottles SOo, and $1.00.
God's Mousing to Humanity So Kays an
Orogon I'ionccir, Ninety Vuura Old.
FouiaiT Giiovi:, Or.. .March bavo
tued tho OHKOON KIDNHV TEA and
obtained Immediate) rtiliuf. It Ih God'.i
hloHsing to hiirtianity. I tnko iiloamru in
nii-niiiniBiidiiig It to tho alllictod. I urn
now nearly ninety yearn old, laino to Oru.
:;oii in IHU in die uinnloy of tho HiiiIhoii
IJav Coiiinaiiy, uml liu: 1 bean uiiiK tho
OHSiON KIDNEY TEA 1 enjuy good
l a. th. DAVID MUKKOJB.
Bu'!:leu s Arnica ElT.
I in. I.i .1 . in l..n w-.r d lut Cult,
lirimc-, I'l-vrs, Jialt Ilheura, Kevr
fuT.-n, 'ii tii r, 'hn)i'd HuikIk, liilidaiui,
jSaid a critical tramp"! would say
Qrusts of bread often come in my wa
'But they're tousK now no more
Buy the HARTEK OAK
Witli. tla.o "Wi
1&-Wf aii' sole nsreiits for thce II known Stoves ninl Hiiutres, In HVKINO,
UOAMING, i:roNOV. of Fl'KL. SVVING tf MIOATs, ami DI HA11IL11Y, they
aro suii rior I" anv other so e-ilbid tirst-i l i stovo made in Ainerti-n. and iv nm imu-
! "ebmi; them FA U CHKAPKlt than any so
They are !:uliy Warranted in Every Particular,
This is not nn idle and vnlutns assertion, but a warrantee hooked hv the well known
Integrity and reliability of the Charter Oak Manufacturing Co. fgWo aro also car
rying a complete assortment of-
All of tho above
I-I a rciw a re
and satisfaction guaranteed.
TO CARRY AWAY
-I am overstocked in-
Clothing, Dry Goods, and all kinds of Dress
Goods, which must be sold
REGARDLESS OF COST.
Call Early and Secure
BIG : BARGAINS!
EEdgKFlicso goods arc of the latest styles
and importations, but must and will be sold
at a sacrifice.
Are Yon lolng to Plant an Orclmra?
i i int iiimI vte .ivU ... hmkj t. . wl. f xwr t4VL.ufc -imJ warn, mi
Of Payette, Ada County, Idaho.
Huh tho Lnrgotil (Jonontl tJtirsory Stock in tho Mountain Country
Truua from Payotto Nursery will touch Gnuulo Hondo vulloy
hours from tho timo they nro tnkou from tho ground.
fountain Grown Trees are Mardy, Vigorous
Do not order until you huvo visited our nursery, Been our agent or got
our prices. Wholesale una renin.
mm in EE! d m im
(OPPOSITE CENTENNIAL HOTEL.) t 4
E. Bowkes4, - Proprietor.
Everything First Cluss. Terms Very lteusoiiablo.
'Hus to and Fiom the Depot Making Connection with all Pass-
The Jones Bros., Photographers, Union,
Oregon, arc now prepared to do finer work,
than ever before.
NHW SC -KNISKY and AQ012SSOKIES. .
All wii. gu.ir.niitul to givo utinfitclion pr no charges.
called lirst-olass stovo has ever been sold;ln
Is in cliaruo of a llrst-clnss workimin, and all kinds
of repariiitr and job work dono at reasonable rates.
Call and examine our goods and prices.
it LAYNK, Union, Oregon