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THURSDAY, A1MUL 23, IS91.
UNION PACIFIC TIMU TA1S1.K. "
No. 1 Fast Mail, West .
No. 7 Pacific Express. West
No. 2 Fait Mall, East
No. 8 Paeilic Express, East.
7:0Ti p. in.
7:5." a. m.
11 :!V a. in.
11:00 p. in.
On account of the change maile in the
managcinint of this paper, all accounts due
up to Jan 15. ISOl.inusthe settled without
delay. Those knowing themselves indeht-
cd to the paper are requested to conic
and pay up without further urging.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
V Paragraphic Record ot Recent Happen
lugs in and Around tho City.
Fanners arc beginning to wish for rain
Family groceries at cost nt Jones l?ros
Second hand furniture for sale at Jones
G. V. James, of aker City, was in town
The Freewator Herald will soon he moved
Mrs. E. Phillips, of Tuloeasct, was in the
J, A. Denncy came down from Pine val
The town of Haines, Baker county, wants
O. P. Goodall, of I.add canyon, was in
the city yesterday.
Go and examine the late invoice of new
goods at Mrs. llinchart's. 1-23-wl
Wanted, u cirl to learn the millinery bus
inesy. at Mrs. Itinehart's. -t-'Jo-wl
The only place to secure first-class jol
printing is at The Scout olllce.
Closing out sale at Jones Bros. Evcrv
thing must be sold regardless of cost, tf
Tho Pendleton roller mills have recently
shipped 5,000 barrels of Hour to China.
A little girl of Mr. and Mrs. Gilaspie died
last Thursday and was buried Friday
A large stock of ladies' and children's
shoe3, at reduced prices, at Mrs. Itinehart's
Our streets present a citv like appearance
with three or four trucks constantly on the
J. Newman, of Lndd canyon, was in the
city Monday. Wo acknowledge a pleasant
Stoves, tables, chairs, parlor and bedroom
sets, carpets, etc., for sale cheap. Apply to
Jones Bros. tf
The steamboat "Norma" made her first
trip down Snake river Monday. Sho toon
Mrs. Eva Scott, of ha Grande, is visiting
friends in Union, the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
M. S. Warren.
ilnll lirotliers, .of Union, will now carry
tho full lino of Frank Brother' Implement
Company's machinery. 3-12-lni
The Ladies Missionary Society meets at
the Presbyterian church on Friday, April
21th, at 2 o'clock p. m.
All extras lor repairs on Frank Brothers'
Implement Company's goods can now be
secured ot Hall Brothers, I'nion, Ore'gon.
Do not forget that Hall Brothers now car
ry a full and comple.e line of farming im-
dlcinents, also wagons, buggies, carts, etc.
Hcv. W. J. Hughes exuects to preach to
tho young people next Sunday evening.
Subject: The Christian Endeavor Society.
James Uobinson, of La Grande, was
brought oyor last Saturday and placed in
jail, to serve a sentence of 2," days for lar
ceny. Got a caricature photograph -of yourself
taken at Jones Brothers' gallery. These
pictures are "too utterly funny for any
thing." The dwelling house, together with a lot of
furniture, belonging to K. C. Mays, a mer
chant of Elgin, was consumed by iiro a few
jFor Sale Twenty head of dairy cows and
30 head of stock cattle. Will be sold at fair
prices and on easy terms. J. M. 1'hy, Un
ion, Oregon. 1-2-wI
Bishop Morris will hold services in As
cension church. Covo.on Sunday, April 20,
at 11 a. in., and in St. John's church, Un
ion, at -1 n. ni
Miss Maggie Hutchinson returned from
Portland, Tuesday, whore sho lias been for
some time pa:'' attending the Portland
School Books. Ueineniber H.ill Bros., of
Union, oar.y a complotu lino of school
books and school supplies. Country or-
dors promptly tilled. 4-2-w-l.
Miss Maggie Vancol took her departure
last Friday fur Hereford, Baker county,
where sho has been ongaKcd to teach a tlnee
months term of school.
C. M. Houston, foreman of the linker
City Democrat, came down Sunday morn
ingou a visit t-i his uncle, Marion Irwin of
this city, lie returned Monday.
ltoprfiilutive from Bakor City, La
Grande. Pendleton and Walla Walla met at
Pendleton last Sunday and organizod tin
Pacific InUT-Statu Iianebali League.
C. D. Hoed, of Sparta, gave our oflico a
ploawiiit call Ian Friday. He roports the
outlook good for that mining camp, and
that number of mining deal are talked of.
HUi Mru Worrell, who hus been sutler,
lag for wine tiino pat with rheumatinr ,
took her departure for Hot Luke a few day
go, and wiii try th medicinal qualities of
the water, j
Jtidd G.-er, ( tb Cote. in tit city i
iMtttaiurd y. He is making preparations
to open it gr-xfty stun at La Grande, and
will h wttiy for butu aut Om Unit of !
- ft'. t. Ex ii, .,i EMo, was iu tbe citr lai
i-uur'n. w- dMi a ptoaaara
i. .ii Mr. . I h.i ju-t lately raioro l
itv.M P4tu.... :... u baan with i
lot of Uef eu'n-
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Iioi Morehouse has ln-en asked to tender
his rwiKiiatlon a? Und agent nt the UmntH
la reservation. Hon. J W. Norval has
been recommended by Oregon representa
tives for the oillce.
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I "i mv (.uiiueii mreime last Saturday
evening, section 6 of theordlnnnee regulat
ing the sale of lienor iu the city was re
pealed. Said section roforred to publishing
the petitions in newspapers.
The people of Baker City will vote on the
proposition as to whether or not the city be
bonded for about $-3,000 for public 'im
provements and to redeem $25,121,39 out
standing warrant", on the 2Sth lust.
Mayor Delashmutt, of Portland, is ac
cused of partisanship in nimointinir the
committee to prepare for the president's
reception. It is alleged that a large major
ity of the committee arc republicans.
A Urge invoice of ladies' ready made
dresses, furnishing goods, hosierv, novelties
and fancy goods just received from New
York, and will be sold cheaper than ever
before, at Mrs. Uinehart's fashionable em
Fcrd Bloch has again accepted a position
as night clerk at the Centennial hotel. Ford
is a genial and accommodating fellow, and
Mr. Goodbrod has acted wisely in securing
liis services, as lie U a valuable acquisition
to Ins hotel
Mrs. Joshua Baird received notice Mon
day tliat tier husband was verv sick with
pneumonia at Glenn's Ferry, Idaho. Mrs
Baird immediately took her departure for
that place, accompanied by Mrs. A. 1
C. C. Coflinberry received tins week from
the east a bran new truck, to be used by
linn for general dray business. It is
daisy, mounted on platform springs and
neatly painted. Jos. Wright also received
one of the same kind, but lighter, and W,
1 . right received a line new carriage
When will tho health oillcer commence
the work of cleaning up tho city? It is im
peratively demanded that it should rot bo
('elayed. The indications are that the
rainy season is over and wo expect warm
weatiier, and this will foster decomposition
ot animal and vegetable matter.
l-adies are coming from North Powder
Cove, Sanger, Cornucopia and La Grande to
Mrs. Summers' for hats. Siie is also re
ceivmg orders from Bakor and Wallowa
counties, and Idaho, which is self evidence
that she is the leader in her Hue in this
llev. W. J. Hughes attended the meeting
of the hast Oregon Presbytery bold at Gold
endale, Wa-.li., from April IGtb to 20th
The services wero well attended and full of
interest. Tho overture respecting deacon
esses was answered in the alllriiiative, that
favoring the ordination of deaconesses
The time of year is at hand when every
owner of a residence in the city should
commence beautifying his vard. The
ground was never in better condi ion for
planting shrubbery than now. The i.iiea
tions aro excellent for u wet soason. This
seems to be the spring to ilo this work.
Editors as a rule aro optimistic, but nrob
tbly a certain Georgia editor has the keen
est vision for the bright side of things. He
says: "Wo have been down with the irriti
three days, but wo aro feeling unite cheer
till, as we own a lot in a cemeterv, and the
cotllii factory owes us $10 lor an advertise
"Calif." is the abbreviation adopted by
the postal authorities to avoid mistakes iu
delivering mail addressed to California,
and all mail addressed to parties there
hereafter must have i 'alif . and not Cal. as
tiie abbreviation. The latter is liable to get
mixed mi with Col., tho abbreviation of
Every farmer should cultivate a small
unount of sugar beets this year in order to
test the adaptability of their soil to sugar
beet production, iho beets should be
planted close togethor so that they will grow
long and slonder. The degree of sweetness
ittained iu tlico beets will determine tho
quality of soil. The beets will make good
food for cattle.
The new goods, new styles and line work
at Mrs. Uinehart's aro being appreciated by
the public, as her every day increasing bus
iness stands a testimonial. She is the hap
py possessor of the best and most substan
tial trade in tho county, obtained through
genuine merit both in quality of goods,
prices and manner of dealing. She has
honestly oarnod what she in now enjoying.
George Wrighs was suddenly taken down
on frniay last witii a .stroke ot paralysis.
and lias been in a very critical condition
ever since. Inis is tlio second attack he
has experienced, and fears aro entertained
that hu will not be able to withstand the
at ore shook. Mr. Wright is now 72 years
old. and has been a resident of Union for
many yoars. His many friends will be
pained to hear of his illness.
P. C. Iienin and wifo took thuir departure
Tuesday for Gram's Pais, Oregon. Mr.
Itoaui and family have resided iu Union for
about a year, during which limo Mr. Beam
has been acting as agent for tho Union and
Cornuoopla stage line. They have gained
many warm friends during their stay hero,
who will regret to see them go, Mr, Beam
will soon accept another like petition some
where iu Southern Oregon. Tun Scopt
wishes him biiccu.
1 1 in rumored among the knowing onos
Unit the La Grande railroad shops will soon
bo removed to Pondleton and furthor, that
the Huntington .bops will ho removed to
Wliovale, tiie terminus of the Sutnpter val
Icy raiiroad, and the Grand Central Depot
f ir the several railroads leading to Baker '
i 'iiy will be loonled at iho same place. In- I
ili .itioiie lead to the belief that the rumors
w H. materialize. Should tills be the case !
Ki..irity wdl be .la ..! where it should '
be. theleadiuK city of the interior. - Hlatle.
Ui natter the muges of Iduho will be kept
( i ti -r own il 'ek-. and herds. Il has lout;
Ii ii i he "Usloin i'f Ea-tern Oregon stork
,.,Mi. . t't hnui; tln lr -tork itiiu Halm
h 'i h i:iif pi-lui.- ! c.iten nil", .i ml
'. , li 1 tit' 1 1 1 III Ui i-t'-' '! Til' Ik W
ibV.uUuUst Mititu .ivui thai ali luck
Up' iu cue county ot Idaho loriillevii days
.- ..ill ik- I s pcruiii property a ill
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1. .IU.(II Ii .ill I I'I.X' un I "III llilll-
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A County AUlanee and Industrial Oaten
According to Arrangements the dif
ferent delegates from the VHriotis local
orgiuiiimtions throughout the county
met nt the court house yesterday fur
the purpose of forming a County Al
liiuieeand Industrial Union. A goodly
, number of delegates were present and
considerable interest wns munifested.
Prof. IJork, organizer, acted as chair
man. Wm. Hnndnll was chosen a
secrolary protein. The election of
ollicers was lirst in order. An infor
l nial ballot was taken in order to get
! tho sentiment of the delegates for
president which resulted in O. 1
Goodal recieving tho most votes. A
formal ballot was then taken and Mr.
Goodall was ejected president.
The next in order was the election
of a vice picsidcut. Considerable dis
cussion followed as to moans of voting.
A formal ballot was taken and C. 1).
llufl'mau was elected.
A vote was then tiiknu for secretary
and on the third ballot W. A. Gates, of
Telocaset was elected secretary.
For treasurer, Dunham Wright and
Travellian wero placed in nomina
tion. Travellian elected.
For chaplain, Wm. Hnylos and
Bowman nominated. Bowman elected.
A vote was then taken for steward.
There were 12 votes cast. Clark
Oliver received 21 and was elected by
The next was doorkeeper. 1). A.
McAllister and II. L. Dougherty were
placed in nomination. McAllister
For lecturer JJov. Bovlos was elected
I' or county organizer, John Me
Allister elected by acclamation.
1 he following wore olectod as dele
gates to the state convention: O. 1
Goodall, W. II. Hutl'man and John
A business committee, consisting of
II. A. Gorham, Dunham Wright and
W. If. Hutl'man, was then appointed
A letter was rend from Tun Scour
in which H pniHered the alliance space
in which to express its views. E,
McComas, of Iho Chronicle, and G. 15
Swinehart, of the Elgin Recorder, also
ofl'ered space in their journals for the
discussion of alliance matters.
A vote of thanks was tendered the
papers lor their kind oilers, and the
matter was deferred until the next
1 ho organization then held a secret
Prof. Hork is an able speaker and
gave a lecture last night on Mental
A vieit to the Cove.
V vialted the Cove last Friday on a
WBiiniim uiipiucsb mm m-iwuro nil'.
Tho Core is the most favored and
beautiful spot in Grande Tlonde valley,
and the farmers and fruit growers who
are so fortunate as to be located there
are in a prosperous condition. Hvery
bodv is now busy plowing, sowing
grain, making garden, etc., and in con
sequence the business, men of the
place are just now complaining of dull
times, but they all are doing a very
good business. We noticed several
new dwellings being erected, and the
foundation is built for a new Baptist
church which will be erected this sum
mer. Tho Cove can boast of a larger
number of costly residences, perhaps,
than any town in the valley. The
Ascension school is now running, with
a fair attendance. The Hour mill is
kept running day and night, ai.d the '
"A keeRsfccixk.rcwrc! " taorc!epecl
A Wire Gavozc Oven Doon?"
U cka.& tKc.caatKQlmiiri'SrQ'oitcd
f"Wcll ctonoril k2vvc!trtf-jmett:
1 k&fc cloop prc3CTvea:tho:JulsgSrao
TJv;- Hcvvcvb olwaya. awecbj4'
IF WANT THE BEST,
:$rr?'' HIT THE
Wire Gauzo Oven Doors.
&We are mio intents.
They are Fully Warranted in livery Particular,
for thesf well known Stoves and l!imiris. in n.vifiX'fi
i nniiinvi! Ui'iivnliv ..r liMTi.-i uumvm ..r much.. i nr. ....... ..
(Jflvn tiuinorv im constantly iut-niucr inil l i... . . .... ...11...1 .i. .1 .1. ... '.. ..
. s mu siiit-rifi in iuiiiu !Miv;ui.-u llll-:lll,, siuvr iiiadf in .vinorira. and wo are now
leather. We understand that a collar sfihnir tlu ni K.VH CHHAl'Hll than any so-callml llrst class stove hus ever been sold In
. .,, , , , , , . , Hai-torn Oregon,
factory will soon be milled to tins lat 1
iintned institution, for the m.mufacl-
ure of horse collars, an experienced j
workman iu that line having arrived. J
Only one nf tho cheese factories is npw ,
running. James Bloom, of the
water factory, is turning out a good j
article of various mild drinks and is
kept busy delivering to other towns '
throughout the valley. The outlook j
in Cove for an abundant crop of all
kinds of fruit anil berries is good, and ,
it is thought the yield will be larger
than ever before known. Wo desire to
return thanks to Mr. and Mrs. H. 1'.
MeDaniol for their kind and hospitublo
treatment during our brief visit.
This is not an Idle and valuli-ss assertion, but a warrant lmeki'd ! tlu wnll known
oda I Integrity and reliability of the Charter Oak Manufacturing On. SXpW'e aro alio car-
ryiugH coniiieu assoriinoni 01
All of tho above reliable manufacture.
A 7onaer Worker.
This remedy is buuoinitig so well known
mil so popular as to need no siieelal men
tion. All who have used Kleutric Hitters
sintj thcsauie song of praise. A purer meil
ieme doe- not exist and It is guaranteed to
do all that is claimed. Klcctric Hitters will
cure all diseases of tlie liver and kidneys,
will remove pimples, boils, salt rheum and
other affections caused by impure blood.
Will drive malaria from thesystoin anil pre
vent as well as cure all malarial fovors.
For euro of headache, constipation and in-
digestion try Electric Hitters. Kntiro satis
faction guaranteed, or nionov refunded.
Price 50 cts. anil $1.00per bottlo at llrown's
toro.Union Orcgon.drug 3
I will sell at puhllo auction to tho highest
bidder, at North Powder, Union county, Or
egon, on tho 2d day of May, 1691, 7 head of
hon-os, 2 cows, 0110 wagon and harnoss, 2
buggies and harness, one MoSherry seeder,
and household furniture. Terms of salo:
Sums under io.OO. cnsii; sums of $fj.0t and
upwards, 7 months time at 8 por cent Inter
ost, with improved security.
This tlio 13th day of April 18!)1.
.1. W. KIMI5KH1.L.
If you want a fashionable hut or bonnet
trimmed iu tho lutost stylo and at bottom
prlcos, call on Mrs. llineliart and she will
lease you Iu quality and price. l-2U-wl
Tlio attention of our stockmen is called
to tho ad, of tho horso sale In thin issue.
Capt. C. M. ISranson, who has charge of the
horses, is an tillable guntluuiaii and will
spare no pains iu showing them to the pub
lic. Mr. Joseph Koburts, who was in Un
ion a year and a half ago, in tho interests of
Mr. Coad, the owner of tho boras, is also
here. lie is well acquainted with all of the
herd, having been in the oiuploy of Mr.
Coacl for a number of years.
Hon. Dunham Wright, of Medical
Springs, was in town yesterday to attend
tho organization of tho county alllanco as a
dologato from the funnels' nlllanuo at lilg
creek. Mr. Wright inform; us that a great
ileal of interest U taken In the new orgnui
xatlon by the people of hi sertion. There
were 63 namo enrolled as member at ths
first meeting, whi' h i- me I r c-i niin.ii r
of any local alliance Prof. Uoi'k has yet or
gsnixed in the ntaio.
A l't'iiUleton man came In from the east
Friday, on u tritiii u wliiuh there w.i u
liirjfe nuinlier ot iHiinirauts Alllimlpui-
hae 1 iirui'ls .r ill Anuinl .tiid Will.uu
tic i.li p'l 111 I (111 tK'''l 'r
J.FIMTU WUVII twltl lilal tUj MfclU A-ihm -..
a good couiiiry whieti ibey could nut
frui tlit- tiaiu I'll' y kuvw iinthing ot
Kull'fll Ofi g ill, W'liit II hW 1 t llll till' 1.
Il"ii of I lit- I'uiniir) l 11.1I ulti' a nU m
rilirc I, II at .ill 1 lit u ii 1. hi I Ik tic I I. . I
C. M. Branson arrived in the oily
Tuesday with a car load of lino I'erch
oron and French Coach horses from
Maple Grove farm, Fremont, Neb.,
owned by Mark M. Coad. Taken
altogether it is without doubt tlio best
lot of horses ever brought to this coun
try. Wo are indebted to Mr. Joseph
Koborts, agent, for a brief description
of tho herd, which is as follows:
Uoyal French' Coach stallion;
brown; weight 1501) lbs.; Hi. hands
high; fouled March 21, 188,"); imported
in 1SS8; sire, Ujiji; dam, Mignonno.
Alger French Coach stallion ; hay ;
foaled April 2G, 1881; imported in
1S89; sire, Uzereh; dam, Rosette 11.,
Grevy I'crcheron stallion; dark
iron groy; foaled June 1,. 1887 ; sire,
Henri Lo ISlanc; dtim, Mirza.
I'rincoof Java L'crclieron stallion;
dark iton grey: foaled May S, 1887;
sire, Vaillant; dam, ilustiquo.
Vulcan II L'tiiolieion stallion ; dark
bay; foaled May G, 1887; sire, Caesar;
General lloulaiiger rerclioron stal
lion ; dark iron grey; foaled A ray 15,
18S7; sire, Henri Lo Illano; dam,
Do Lessops I'ercheron stallion ;
dark iron grey; foaled April 27, 1887;
site, Henri Le Blano; dam, Caillittu.
Gainbonetto Pore-hero n slnllion ;
dark iron grey ; fouled April 17, 18S7 ;
sire, Henri Le Blanc l.dntn, Bollowrottu.
Black Hawk Pcrolioiou slnllion;
black; foaled April 17, 18S8; siro,
Xercos; dam, Knrilo.
Oneida Cliiel Perclieron stillion;
groy ; foaled Juno 2!!, 1888; sire, Don-
mark; dam, MascoUe.
Bathildi. Perchoion maro; grey;
foaled April 10, 1882; imported .May,
1885; sire, Fleiirtts; dam, Pelugie.
Afa Helle Poroheron mare; grey;
foaled .May 10,1882; imported May,
1885; sire, Favori II; dam, Polotte.
Mascottt IVrcheroii maro ; grey ;
foalod Mav 11, 188.'!; imported .May,
1885; sire, Bonhomnie; dam, Nanette.
Uustique Perclieron mare; grey;
foaled March, 188.'!; imported May,
1885; site, Uustiqua; dam, Cleaton.
I'lioeO horses will bo on exhibition
hero for a few days only, and our stock
men should avail themselves of the op
portunity of at least looking at thorn,
if they do not wisli to buy. It is in
deed a rare treat to gu.e upon such a
flue collection of horseflesh.
Is ill charge of a first-class workman, and all kinds
of renarine; and ioh work done nt. reasonable rates.
and satisfaction guaranteed, ('all and examine our goods and prices.
OUR TINS HO F
SUMMKHS it LAYN12. one door south of Jaxcox'a store, Union, Or.
T0 CARRY AWAY BARGAINS, at
IPS! LEVY'S STORE.
1 am overstocked in
Clothing, Dry Goods, and all kinds of Dross
Goods, which must be sold
REGARDLESS OF COST.
Call Early and Secure
E5JdSTJicso goods are of the latest styles
and importations, but must and will be sold
at a sacrifice.
I have now on the road from the east two
car loads of
Which Avill arrive About March 1Hh, and
connection with what T now have 011
hand will comprise the
LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK
of Furniture ever Brought to Eastern Oregon.
22gHDo not fail to call and select before
the rush. S. C. MILLER.
Take It Before Break fast.
The great appetizer, tonic and liver regu
lator. In iim for moro than 50 years iu Eng
land. Positive spociiic for liver complaint,
bail taste in the mouth on arUlug in tho
morning, dull aiiu in the iioild and hack
of the eyes, tin d feeling, dlzzinene, languor
dviutotn of liver C"ii).luint Hun. oily
Dr. Ileiinley's Knglinh Dttiidellon Tonic,
Itelieves constipation, hariii the appetite
and tones up the entire nystpin. (Jet tho
gefiiino fo.u yuurdriutiint forl, and take
That I liave the most at
tractive and complete line
of Millinery Goods ever
shipped into the city of Union. Ladies' and
childrens' Fine Shoes, Sateens, ready made
Dresses, Hosiery and Ladies' Furnishing
Goods. Every tiling you could expect to find
in a first-class millinery establishment.
MRS. L. B. RINEHART,
Next to tho Tost Ofllce.
Caid of Tttaaks.
Carrion a full llr.o of all kinds of
W. ih u. k our many friends who f-- .. r 1 -1
iii w, ,1 ...i ...itoMuaiaMrnra. Marvostiiio: Machinery and
Mt. u Hu. J J. OUAUU.
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. li Aii 'in uid
iiiiilmi IHMiid 1 ity,
Traction Engines and Vibrator Threshers,
gjtTX will bull iu ulioap u ii dculor iu tho vulluy,