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UNION, UNION COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1S01.
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Her. J. V. MOURI8, rantor.
Servicaw are held at the Presbyterian Church at 11 A,
M. and T r. M. of each Suni'ay.
Her. W, J. IIUOIIKK, Pantor.
J. W. 8IIKLT0N. J. M. CAKUOLL.
SHELTON & CARROLL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Office two doors aouth of Poatoffloe,
Special attention giren to all bulnw entrusted to us.
B. KAK1N. J. A. EAKIN, Notary Public.
R. EAKIN & BRO.,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Prompt at'entlon iM to colltctlooi.
DR. E. N. NORTH,
Ha tho finest anx-sthetle fur extracting teeth without
pain kniwn to the profession, Will practice In all the
spooialty. Fine et of teeth always on hand, llrst-clas
uiancjira ui uouvia upuimvit, outer nun tuui .w.
Olllco-.'Miilii St., Union, Or.
W. E. BROWNELL, M. D
Physician and Surgeon,
Omce at Cllr Drug- Store.
I, H. CROMWELL, M. D
HYSICIAN SAND SURCEON,
Office on door south of Bummers i Laynt's store,
The Cove Drug Store
JASPAR G. STEYENS, Proprietor,
Perfumery, Paints and Oils.
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also di:am:u in-
Rifles, Shotguns, Pistols and
Imported and Domestic Cigars, Etc.
Ed Remillard, Proprievor.
If you want a refreshing drink or a good cigar, drop In.
Illlllard and pool tables for the accommodation of
William WHsod, Proprietor.
The Finest of Wines, Liquors and
Cigars Always in Stock.
First-clam billiard table. Drop In and be sociable.
For Information About the South
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FIFTEEN SOUTHERN STATES.
CAUL ItOHINtJON, Secretary,
ltalelgh, N. O.
GEORGE BAIRD, Proprietor.
Staving, Hair-Cutting and Shampooing in
tbe Lasest Style of tbe Art.
Shop two doors south of the Centennial hotel, aire
me a call,
City Meat Market
Main Strcot, Union, Oregon.
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Beel, Pork, Veal, Mutton, Sausage, Hams,
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Physician and Surgeon,
Inluiifl OU)-, Oregon.
tA. Prompt attention given to all profei
Blotial calls, day or night.
M. DITTEBRANDT, M. D
Physician and Surgeon,
All calls promptly attended to, day
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PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON,
All lis promptly attended to day or nig
Architect and Builder,
Drafts, plans and designs (or dwellings and bridge
furnished on application.
THE PACIFIC COAST.
The Tacoma Coal Company Opens
an Immense Vein of Coal.
Washington's Supreme Court Construes the
Law Regarding Community Property
of Husband and Wife.
Tim schooner Dave is nshore near Ho
i xi lire Point, and is a total wreck.
AlxMit 200 men engaged to work upon
a new sewerage system at Albuquerque,
N. M.f have struck for higher wages.
The new opera house was opened at
Ogden one day last week by Kimna Ab
bott. There was n brilliant assemblage.
The San Diego Chief of Police does not
believe that Cummings, the Missouri
bandit, is in that section of the country.
The steamer Emma lias been towed oil"
the rocks in the Victoria (B. C.) harbor,
and will be at once hauled out for re
pairs. The Northern Pacific Express Com
pany nt Sjiokane Falls has been robbed
in a mysterious manner of a package
Tho Nevada Herald says: Sleighing
between Truckee and Lake Tahoe and
Truckee and Sierra Valley was never
known to be better.
In the New Mexico Legislature the
Republicans have a majority of two in
the Council, and tho Democrats a simi
lar majority in tho House.
The benevolent ladiesof Spokane Falls
gave a New Year's dinner to the news
boys and bootblacks of that city. It was
given in the old Congregational church,
over 100 boys participating.
i mining excitement has broken out
in tho mountains between Glen Ellen
and Napa Valley, Cal. Specimen rock
from the ledges in these mountains have
averaged from $5 to $75 gold ami silver
to tho ton.
Tho orange packers of Southern Cali
fornia held a meeting at Riverside re
cently, according to appointment, for
the purpose of formulating a uniform con
tract for the buying and selling of or
anges this season.
The Mavor of Portland has appealed
to tlie Union Pacific to take steps to re
lieve the distress and destitution caused
by withholding from discharged railroad
hands now in Portland tho money that
is due them for wages.
The damage done by the recent storms
in tho work on tho Seattle and Montana
railroad will amount to about $25,000.
It was chiefly on the crib work along tho
shore in the neighborhood of the Ed
munds and Richmond beach.
Tho first through passenger train of
tho Sevier branch of the Rio Grande
Western reached Manti, Utah, one day
last week, and was met by 1,000 citizens.
Speeches were mado, and a banquet was
held at the Mormon Tabernacle. A ball
ended tho rejoicing for the day.
Some time ago a party found the
bleaching bones of a woman's skeleton
on a rocky blutr in the western part of
Powder River Valley. Tho remains had
evidently been there many years, as no
. f mil,
trace oi ciotmug was visiuie. inu ooncs
aro now in tlie possession of a prom nent
physician of Eastern Oregon.
A San Diego dispatch says: Officer
Weller brought into custody an unknown
wild man captured in a canyon about
fifteen miles east of tho city. Ho lived
in a sort of den, which he had dug out
in the side of tho canyon. Ho was placed
in the cell for maniacs. Ho could not
speak, and grunted like a wild animal.
Tho steamer Badger, supposed to have
been hopelesalv wrecked on Jones Island,
steamed into Victoria harbor the other
day. At tho underwriters' sale her
owner bought tho vessel for $150. He
proceeded to the wreck, filled tho hole
in tho hull with cement, floated tho ves
sel, got up steam and went to Victoria.
Labello, tho "king of opium smug
glers, " who escaped from tho United
States secret-service officers wliilo being
convoyed from his homo at Port Huron,
Mich., to Detroit about two years ago by
jumping through a car window, hasoeen
caught atOlympia, Wash., where he was
driving a laundry wagon under the alias
A recent decision of the Supremo
Court of Washington construed tho law
regarding community property of hus
band and wife to mean that all commu
nity real estate is exempt from execution
on a judgment rendered aguinst an indi
vidual member of the coinni"nity, when
the debt for which tho judgment was
obtained is not incurred for the benefit
of the community.
During the progress of a ball game be
tween the San Dingo and tho San Fran
cisco teams recently at San Diego the
receipts were attached by the contractor
who had constructed tho grand stand.
It has co mo to light that Manager Hell
man has failed to pay any jiortion of tho
numerous claims standing against him.
The plavers will suffer to tho extent of
their salaries and expenses,
Tho Steilacooin hospital for tho insane
has at present 420 inmates. There is
every class of inmates confined in tho
institution. Soma aro not violently in
sane, and aro allowed to wander alwut
tho grounds. Sometimes they are given
easy tasks to perforin. It is necessary
that tho keepers watch them carefully,
as insanity seems to sharpen some of tho
faculties as well as to destroy others,
Tho desiro to escape from the institution
is tho one which causes tho officers more
trouble than anything else.
Democrats Will Have to Carry New
York in 1892 to be Successful.
A Baltimorean Victimizes Twenty-One Sen
ators and the Vice-President of
the United States.
Several Wisconsin insurance compa
nies are said to be in a shaky condition.
The Knightt of Reciprocity is a new
secret order just established "in Kansas.
Tho Missouri river is getting so low
that it is now called the "Little Muddy."
Tho Kansas City fire service has been
improved by the threat of higher insur
More than 300 of the abandoned farms
of New Hampshire have been taken up
within a year.
Tho new apportionment bill makes
New York absolutely necessary to tho
Democrats in 1802.
Senator Farwell of Illinois denies that
ho has any intention of withdrawing
from the contest for re-election.
There aro those who look for a reac
tion in the club craze, and with it K8si
ble disasters of a financial kind.
Tho cultivation of oysters along New
Hampshire's short coast line is alwut to
be attempted by the State Fish Commis
sion. The New York, New Haven and Hart
ford rail roii (1 will not issue passes to
members of tho present Connecticut
The Missouri Pacific railroad is consol
idating its branch lines under one gen
eral system, all to be swallowed up by
the big corporation.
A company has been formed with
millions of capital behind it to ship cat
tle in steel cars from tho West to Phila
delphia for slaughter.
The Kock Island is projecting a rond
in tho Northwest as far as Milwaukee,
and hopes to get a part of tho lumber
trade to tho Southwest.
Patients at New York afllictcd with
lupus have twenty-four hours after tho
injection of Dr. Koch's lymph shown re
At a meeting of Kansas Mayors tho
metropolitan police system was recom
mended to be abolished in cities with
less than 35,000 population.
Tho private insane asylum at Atchison
is tho most prosperous institution in tho
city. It is so crowded that now appli
cants are refused admission almost every
New York city's Board of Surgeons
want to try Koch' lymph on tho police
men, who, more than anv other class of
men perhaps, are exposed to changes of
Advices from Cuba say that tho cano
acreage has been largely increased this
year, and that the Benson now is too far
advanced to bo materially damaged by
There were 1,(184 Prohibition votes
cast in Texas last month. Tno fl cures
I show that thero is an average of about
onorronioition voter lor every iua square
miles of Texas land.
E. J. Pennington of Mt. Carmol, 111.,
says that his new air ship, which will
retch a speed of 200 miles an hour and
be navigable, will make a trial trip some
time during January.
A citizen of Rooks county, Kan. ,says :
The people of the western part of the
State no longer try to conceal tho fact that
many people havo left tho country on
account of the drouth.
Tho project of holding a Pan-American
Congress during tho progress of tho Co
lum niii Exposition is growing in popular
favor, and there is every prospect that
such a meeting will bo held.
Farmers in Kansas havo started a
movement to force a reduction in rail
road grain rates from points in that
Stale. It is said that tho Interstate
Commerce Commission is to be appealed
The steamship British Queen recently
cleared from New Orleans for Bremen
with a cargo of 12,250 bales of cotton
valued at $012,500. ThU is tho largest
cargo of cotton that over crossod tho
The Treasury Department has decided
that imorters of merchandise imported
and entered in bond prior to October 1,
1800, and now in bonded warehouses,
may withdraw either at tho old or new
rate of duty.
Governor Campbell of Ohio lias de
cided to investigate tho relations of tho
Canal Commission and tho State Board
of Public Works to the att"mpts of cer
tain paitics to get possession of the State
gas and oil lands.
Albany and Troy are ambitious of be
coming ports of entry, and are organiz
ing their forces to securo the improve
ment of the Hudson to such extent as to
muko it navigaulo to their wharves by
Actual canal excavation hns now be
gun on the Nicaragua canal. In spito of
the swampy condition of tho land near
Grey town the soil is of clay and sand,
and iu of sufficient consistency to stay
where it is dumped.
An Eastern weather prophet predicts
that there will be an increase in rainfall
iu 1801 in the Mississippi and Missouri
Valleys along tho fortieth degree of north
latitude. May, 1802, he says, will bring
the most disastrous storms since 1832-3.
Hungarian Nobles Offended at the
Prince of Wales.
Baron Hirsch Makes a Generous Offer to
the Russian Government, Hut
It is Declined.
Holland has signed a general act of
Sixty thousand working people aro re
ported to bo idle iu Berlin.
Emin Pasha's forces havo twice de
feated native tribes in Africa.
Transportation companies were taxed
to carry Christmas presents from Eng
land to Ireland.
Eight, hundred Russian estates are an
nounced for sale to meet obligations of
the bankrupt owners.
Colonel Cadman, it is reported, will
succeed Commissioner Smith in tho Sal
vation Army of England.
Tho Great Western railroad, one of
England's greatest, ha8 decided to run
an American vestibule train.
Lnlwuehoro finds fault with General
Booth I ecause his family has the best
positions in tho Salvation Army.
Emperor William has given orders
that women shall not be employed at
night in any government factory.
News from tho Vatican is that tho re
ports of the illness ol tho Popo are true
and it is a question if he live out the
It is noted that since the Parnell row
began there has been a sad increase of
intoxication in Ireland, "due to the ex
citement." Tho Governor of tho Bank of England
is to lo given tho freedom of tho city of
London for his services in tho Baring
Tho Socialists aro again activo at Am
sterdam, tho police having torn down
several placards with the- words; " Jjng
Uye thy ltepnhlio,"
Commander Stuhlnmnn recently cap
tured a slaver's camp near Victoria Ny
anza, killing many Arabs and releasing
a large number of slaves.
It is officially announced that tho
Bishop of Lincoln " has complied and
will comply with tho judgment of tho
Archbishop of Canterbury and his As
sessors." The weather now prevailing through
out England is the severest experienced
since 1813. Tho river Humber is com
pletely frozen over, and tho Thumes is
Tho youtic Duke of Orlcanx nronoserf
to servo ior a year in tno ilussian army
and will probably bo sent to tho Oauca
sus. where thoro is a possibility of a light
Willi U10 TlirKS.
Nicola Maxlmilianovitch, Prince of
Romanovski, Duko of Leuchtenberg, is
in Paris sufiering from cancer of ho
throat. It is believed ho will not live a
The verdict of tho medical men in
Rcrlin is said to bo in regard to tho Koch
lymph that the results would bo more
favorable wore other modicaments used
with the inoculation.
Tho Popo has information that the
German Uundesrath has decided to re
fuse ermisHion for Jesuits to return to
Germany, but favors permitting Ile
demptionist Fathers to return.
Tho Czar has decided to forbid any of
Ids subjects from entoring tho principal
ity of Monaco on .account of tho largo
numlHJr of wealthy KussiaiiB who have
been ruined at tho gaming tables.
One man was decapitated, four stran
gled and four exiled in a little village
near Shanghai, China, for having inhu
manly burned up a number of wounded
government salt inspectors with their
The Spanish government has instruct
ed tho Minister of Financo to issuo de
crees raising tho duties on foreign arti
cles of food. The Minister has also been
instructed to prepare u new protective
Professor Koch has Ixmjii made an hon
orary citizen of Berlin. Ho is the fourth
man to enjoy that distinction. His col
leagues are Prince Bismarck and Count
Moltke. Dr. Henry Kchliemann, recent
ly deceased, was so honored.
A bill is to Ixj submitted to tho Gor
man Imperial Parliament next year for
tlie restitution to tno (Jatliolic Church of
the entire accumulated capital formed
by the priests' salaries which were con
fiscated during tho anti-Catholic ugitu
tion. Tim National Indian Pniiirrr.au nt fV.I.
rutin. Iiiih decided in noiwl KM) iinllin. ,lnl.
gates to hold a conference in Ioudon,
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nun uiu uujuut ui proving ocioro llio
Kiil'HhIi tillhlii! tlm (1 In own nf Mm nnllv...
of India to bo treated us follow-citizuns
by the British.
Tim now trim for tint n.irmnn nril,lnrv
in nf hIci'I. nnd wnlirliti u-lMinnr tlm nnr.
ringo 8-10 pounds, against tho old gun's
000 pounds. With carriage it has u
u'l'if.fif. nf 7nO nmiiila nirnlriut ! nna
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Tho new ammunition wagon weighs 3,080
I.. 41. 1.1 . . II, '
The Russian government has issued
an order forbidding tho employment of
Austrian workmen either iu agriculture
or manufactures. Laborers of this na
tionality are conducted to tho Austriim
frontier every day by hundreds.
Wiikat Thero is apparently littlo ot
no chango in tho local situation. Re
ceipts from the Valley aro very light but
still larger from cast of tho mountains.
Exporters quoto $1.22 for Valley and
$1.12 for Walla Walla as extremes.
Fi.ouu Quoto: Standard, $3.00fa4.90;
Walla Walla, $3.003.80 per barrel.
Oats Quoto: White, 5GQt8c nor
Mills-tuffs Quote: Bran, $21.00
21.50; Shorts, $24(324.50 per ton.
Hay Quoto: $1018 per ton.
Vkoktabi.es Tho market la firm.
Quoto: Cabbage, $1.251.50 per cental;
Cauliflower, $1 por dozen; Celery, 5Vi
per dozen; Onions, 2(3c per pound;
Carrots, $l per sack; Beets, $1.50 por
sack; Turnips, $1 per Back; Tomatoes,
50c per box; Potatoes, $1.00 por
cental ; Sweet Potatoos, 2,0 per pound ;
squash, $2 per cental.
Fkuits Tho market is steady. Quoto:
Tahiti Oranges, $3 per bfx; Sicilv licm
ons, $7.5008 per case; Jenrs, lc per
pound ; Apples, 00(j$85c per box ; Grapos,
$1.25 per lox; Pineapples, $3.504.00
per dozen; Bananas, $34 per bunch;
Quinces, $1.25 por box.
Nuts Quoto: California Walnuts,
17KC; other varioties.loc; Peanuts, 12o;
Ahnondi. 17c; Filberts, 1415c; now
Brazils, 20c por pound ; Cocoanuts, $1 por
CiiKRSK Tho market is steady. Quote :
Oregon, 13(Hil4c; California, l))10c;
Yotistg America, 1415c per pound.
BuTTKti Quote : Oregon fancy cream
ory,k4042Wc; fancy dairy, 370; fair
to good, 2730c; common, 2025e;
choico California, 37Kc por pound.
Poultiiy Quoto: Old Chickens,
$4.00; voung, $3.00(33.50; old Dunks,
$57; Geeso, $10011 per dozen; Tur
keys, lGc per pound.
Eqq Quote : Oregon, 25c por dozon.
The Merolinnitlso Markot.
Rick Quoto: $0.50 per cental.
PrcKiiKB Quoto: $1.25 5s; $1.15c 3s.
Salt Quoto: Liverpool, $17, $18, $19;
stock, $11(312 por ton In carload lots.
Coal Oil Quote : $2.35 por case.
CaANiiKRiiiKs Quoto: Capo Cod, $11
Cofhkk Quoto: Costa Rica, 23c;
Rio, 25c; Arbucklo's, roaaUsd, 20c
Sua ahh Tho market is firm. Quota:
Golden 0, 6o ; extra 0, 0c ; dry gran
ulatod, 7)60 ; cube crushed and pow
dered, 7c por pound.
DitiKD FnUrrsThe market is firm.
Quoto i Italian Prunos, 12)14c; Pe
tite and Gorman Prunes, 10c per pound :
Raisins, $2.50 per box: Plnmmor-driI
Pears, 11 12c sun-dried and factory
Plums, ll12c: evaporated Peaches,
24c; Smyrna Figs, 20c; California FigB,
b per pound.
OanmedGoods Markotlaflrm. Quote:
Table fruits. $2.25, 2Js; Peaches, $2.75;
liartlott rears, $Z.Zo; I'lums. si.Ho;
Strawberries, $2.50; Cherrios, $2 2.60;
Blackberries, $2; Raspberries, $2.55;
Pinoapples, $2.75; Apricots, $2.25. Pio
fruit : Assorted, $4.50 per dozen ; Peaches,
$1.50: Plums, $1.25; Blackberries, $1.5
por dozen. Vegetables: Corn, $1.25
Oil. 50. according to quality; Tomatoes,
fl.l53.50: Sugar Peas, $1.401-J0;
String Beans, $1.10perdozon, Ji?Ul Pi
nion, $1.251.50j sardines, 8Oc(A$l.G0;
lobsters, $'J3; oysteffl, $1.5008.25 per
dozen. Condensed milk : Eagle brand.
$8.25; Crown, $7; Highland, $4.75;
Champion. $6 per case.
Nails Base quotations: Iron, $3.20;
Steel, $3.30; Wire. $3.00 per kog.
Shot Quote: $1.85 per sack.
Bicanb Tho market is firm. Quote:
Small Whites, 3M4c; Pink, SJsfc;
Bayos, 4c; Butter, 3c; Limaa, 5;
Hops Tho market is steady, with nom
inal price. Quote: 2030c per pound.
Wool Tho market is steady. Quote :
Valley, 1620c; Eastern Oregon and
Walla Walla, 1016c per pound.
Hides Quote: Dry Ilidei, selected
prime, 88c, K5 'e8l r culls; green.
Bolocted, over 55 pounds, 4c ; under 65
pounds, 3c; Sheep Pelts, short wool. SO
0500-, medium, 00080c; long, 9Oc0
$1.25, shearlings, 1020o; Tallow, good
to choice, 3030,
Th Meat Market.
The market is firm. Quote:
Beef Live. 203o; dressed, 8c
Mutton Live. 3c; dressed, 0W97e.
Hogs Live, 4M5)(a ; dr)aed, 6Jc.
Veal 68c per pound.
Lambs $2.50 each.
BtlOKXO Ml ATS AND LARD,
Tlie market is firm. Quotations : East
ern Hams, 12)4013c ; Breakfast Bar
eon, 10Xlle; Sidoe, 9010c; Lard,
10c per pound.
I'oml llopra Shattered.
American Hoiress Dear Max, I
would bo yours, but I lack faith. Ara
you really and truly 11 countf
Max Von Splegoleisen I swear it,
A. 1L Have you ovor borrowed a
dollar from my brother?
M. Von 8. I haf not
A. II. And pardon mo do you pay
your board and laundry bills promptly?
M. Von 8. I do.
A. II. Aro your debts all paid?
M. Von 8. Ellory ono, sweetheart,
A. II. (sndly) Thon furewell for
overl You are no count Out of my
sight instantly! Uoonol (Faints.)
German Drill Sergeant (to awkwnrtt
recruit) You wretched donkey, you
haven't got any moro Ideu of tho man
ual of arms than it salt cucumber hits
of billiard playing and yet you wear
HDCotncloa. Toxas Sittings. -
Various Japaneso towns aro bulldlnK
water works, tho Toklo works Imvuijf
proved to succubaful.