The Oregon scout. (Union, Union County, Or.) 188?-1918, September 10, 1891, Image 1

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VOL VIII.
UNION, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, lSi)l.
NO. M.
PKOFESSIONAL CARDS.
J. TT. SIIKLTON. J. M. CAliUOLL.
S HELTON & CARROLL,
Attorneys at Law,
I'NION, ORKGON.
Special attention u'h'cu to all business
entrusted to m.
Office two doors south of kink.
It. EAKIN,
Attorney at Law,
IT N ION Oil KG ON.
Prompt attention paid to nil butiness en
trusted to me
Ofllce mii; door south of i hardware
store of Summers & Lavne.
I. N. CItOMWELl M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
UNION or.Eoo.s.
All call promptly attended to, day or
night.
Ofllce oiH' door south of the hardware
store of Summers .fe I.aytie. Residence on
A St fuurili house west ' Wright's store.
E. IJItOOKS, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
ISLAND CITY, ORKGON.
Prompt attention riven to all profes
sional culls, day or night.
T. MoNAUGHTON, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
KI.GIN, OREGON.
All ca!ls promptly attended to. day
or night.
W. II. EWIN, M. I).,
Physician and Surgeon,
COVE, OREGON,
All Call intended' to day or night.
MRS. A. M. PELHAM, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician,
Diseases of Children a Specialty.
Can be found at the residence of G. W.
Ames, north of town.
City Meat Market,
UNION, OK KG ON,
BENSON BROS, Proprietors.
Beef, Pork. Veal, Mutton, Hams
Lard, Etc,
KNPT ONSTANTLY ON HANI).
mCornucopia Saloon,
I'NION, OIJ KG ON.
WILLIAM WILSON, Proprietor.
rMFinestoi ines, Liquors and Ci
gars Kept in Stock.
S rw-Limiors for medicinal purposes a
Eiccialtv.
Good billiard table, Drop in and be so-
elable,
HlUMBEB for SALE
at the High Valley
Saw Mill.
WAM kind- nt lumber eon-tintly on hand
lor furnished on snort notice. Prices cheap
M,tho cheapest.
IRPatronage - Solicited.
5-30tf WM. WILKINSON & SON.
UNION CITY HOTEL,
L. J. Hoothb, Propr.
' Onp Bite the Court House, I'nion, Oregon
'TTav'np again assumed control of this
i I I l T lt.ll.. 1 J- .1...
noriuri iiouse, i coniiuiiy invue uiu
Pipubllcto uive me a call.
ITables Furnished with the Best
tht Market Affords.
First-clas Lodclne. KviTythlnu no ly
and neatly titled up.
NIea.ls,
Cer.cs.
B e d s, Cents.
Nono but whlto cooks employed. 4-1G.
SALARY S25 IMS:
v Good Aue s to Sell our General line of
Merchandl-e. No peddling. Above salary
will be panl ro "live" agents
Va fit vtli.t litfi rinntiriii nililrjtca
nil OAlOAGt) GENERAL STPPLY CO.,
rtf.. - M . f.. II.. c.
113 em an ixiren ai..
f 4-36-yl hlcago. III.
."AWEAK MAN
Can.aow in himself f tht deplora
We miU "f Early Abuse 1Unl Perfectly
t liny ri vigor ana vitality by our
Trtatnietrt. The Itemarkafcle cure
of bplt ,iseof Nervom Debility ,uUJ
yrtTt Co-t plalnti 4lre utamj.iiig out
Jqwkry ' rywhere Trentiea and
L Qw Milan I t, u h-. i.tiM gift to
kttffMMHv A U) to tliLt
V idri'M With iNiup
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inn"! ciiii 1 na 1 1 1 v 1 it
n tot nil
1 11.1 Ivrarm) lit. Jtoum 2
Km i''r.iiH'itoo, Onl
R. H. BROWN,
Dealer in
taMMiciiies
in rrct
S-,L
l'OILET ARTICLES,
PERFUMERY, PA INTS,
OILS, GLASS, PUTTY, Etc.
A Complete mid Varied Stock of Wall
Paper on hand.
Prescriptions Carofnlly Compounded
Day or Night.
A full supply of -"ehool hook con
stuntly on bund.
DRIVER & MARTIN,
Nnn'l
LTI
1U
AND
WAGON WORK.
Care and attention paid to
Shoeing Trotting Horses, In
terfering and Contracted
Feet a Specialty.
jljF"Plow work, Laying of Cylinder
Teeth, iJahineing, etc., given special
care.
Shop, Alain St., Union, Oregon.
5-7-tf
OPENED - ANEW!
THE ELKHORN
Livery and Feed Stable.
(Near the Court Ilnuso.)
Hulick & Wright, Proprietors
Good Teams, Huggies and Hacks
for the accomodation of customers.
CHANGES UEASOXABLE.
'Bus to and from the depot to con
nect with trains. o-l-tf.
TI IE
State Agricultural College.
Opens Sept. 18, 1S91.
COUKSK OF STUDY arra ..:cd express
ly to meet the needs of the Panning and
meclianical interests of the State.
Large, coiimiodiou an well-ventilated
buililinna. The College is located in a cul
tivated and Christian community, and one
of the healthiest hi the State.
MILITA11Y TRAINING.
Expenses need not exceed $150 for the En
tire Session,
Two or more Free Scholarships from
every County. Write for Catalogue to
Ii. L. ARNOLD, President,
"10 2in Corvallis, Oregon.
Do You Want to
SAVE FROM 25 TO 50 CENTS
On Every Dollar You Spend?
If so, write for our Illustrated Catalogue,
containing illustrations and prices of every
thing manufactured in the United States,
at manufacturer!)' prices. 10,000 illustra
tions, all lines represented. Catalogue
mailed free on application. Address,
CHICAGO GKNKRAL SUPPLY CO.,
17S West Van Itunn St., Chicago, III.
l-23-vl
The Cove Drug Store
JASPER G. STEVEN'S, Propr.
DEAI.KH IS
PURE DRUGS,
Patent Medicines,
Perfumery, Paints and OilH.
I'reacrlptionn Carufully I'rtipnrml,
MHO UKALBK IS
SPORTING GOODS,
ColikUtihtf of
Kiflos, Shnliius, IMnfols
and CartrldeH.
Imported and Domestic Cigars,
School Hooks, Etc.
t
Wool) WAV m -I'urut ilMlrta to
tittii lu4Ii(4HluM lu tlti ljtnr
In inm tali i.- d'j o 7 - 17-fI .
I
acksmithm
UBll
ii kd Fair!
T
At;
f tlu-
First Eastern Oregon Dis't
Agricultural Society,
WILL BE HELD
..t the
A6RI ULTURAL and DRIVING PARK
of Hie
Grand Ronde Valley Agricultural Society,
in-ir
LaCrande, Oregon.
H EG INNING
MONDAY, October 5th,
And Continuing Six Days.
Illllltl41lll4l4'..M444llllrllll.4llllll.llH
1 LIBERAL PREMIUMS
Si it tn iriiiiru in hi i mi mi 11 mi ii n mi
-FOK-
Agricultural and Horticultural Products,
and
Live Stock, Mechanical Handiwork, and
Domestic Exhibits,
o o : o o
SPEED PROGRAM.
Of the Grande Ronde Valley Agricultur
al Society, for Its lirst lntc'tiug October
5th. 1W)1:'
l insr ihy,
Running, one-half mile, for 'J year-olds,
free for all, nurse $10 gcldlnj; to carry
110 pounds liliies 107; winner of any '2 year
old race this seas'nn II pounds extra.
Kl'ONl HAY.
Running, one-half mile and repeat, 2 In
Ii, nurse $lf0. Novelty, '-'in ;t, for 2 year
olds, free for all, purse ?L'00.
Till 111) DAY.
Saddle-horse race, one-half mile, puree
$50, entrance ?.r. lintr.nu'e money to go
with race. Fir.it money IM) per cent, second
.10 per cent, third 10 per cent. The direct
ors reserve the riisht to bar race horses
Trotting, ,'i in ." for .". year-olds, purse ijOO.
I'Ol'KTU n w.
Running, one-half mile dash, free for all,
purse $100. Trotting, .'1 minute class Ii in 5,
purso $250.
FIFTH DAY.
Running, one and une-half mile, free for
all. purse $:!00. Trotting, Ii in ! free for all,
purse $300.
sixth HAY.
Running, onu mile, novelty, 1st (jr. .y0,
2nd (jr. $50. Jlrd (r. $30, 1th nr. $50, purse
$200. Trotting, 2:10 cla.s, 3 in f, purse
$:wo.
The purges aggregate ...,f2.200
l'reiniiims 3.500
Total ?5,700
o o : o o
The Management will do
everything- in their power
to Entertain and
the Public.
Benefit
Citizens of Wallowa, Haker, Malheur,
Grant and Union counties,
this is your
And Grand Hondo Valley, "TlieGarden
of the Gods," with a bountiful harv
est of every desirable product
of the field, orchard and
garden, greets you with
cordial welcome.
No Entrance Pee will he
charged in any class ex
cept trials of speed.
Bring every article of merit from
Stable, Pasture, Ficld,0rehard, Garden
Dairy, Meadow, Forest, Mine Bring
everything but your dog. Let us show
the people the varied resources of
Eastern Oregon.
REDUCED RATES BY RAIL!
For list of promlu s, rule and reg
ulations addresi
A. C MILLKR or K. 8. McCOMAS.
LA GR NDK, ORKGON.
PATENTS
Obtulnod. and all I'utent JltiBinnKH attended
to Promptly and for iloderate Keos.
Ourotlhe In onnoiit) the U. K. Patent
Ollleu.and we can obtain PutftiU In leu
time than thoe reinott, from Wukoingtou.
tnd MODICLor DRAWING. We "Ovine
ai to MU)iiUliililv fri of clinrMu; und we
mttko No CHARrtl! UM.IJHci 1'ATRNT 18
bHCURKI)
We ruftir, hur, Ui thu 'utiuiwiir. tho
KuiH. oiloii Ordr Dlv , mid to olIlcluU
of Utm V H. J'i4Hl OU4c. Put einuUr,
sdviM, 4fw iul rumtiiM' to nvltial oil
mU lu your wwu tki or ('otiwty, nt lu
(J, A i HNOW& (Jo
0lMMilt I'HUlIll Ulll4.ll WHthlHiilMd. 0.
V rutin f.ir Till: Si.i t
WELCOME
AUTUMN.
Wnft me i brenth. o vc iiuls ,f nntuiiiii,
t uol. fresh breiitti from the northloint hills,
llritip me the fro-l Hint lurii- the leaf ellow
Anil seiitters it down t, the uiunlcrlMit rills.
Hipen the 'ni, o i livtftx lirit'?e,
loiieli the apples ith irlleli hue:
llrliiK the rniii-cloiuls up from the ixi-nti
And sentter thotn oxer the sxtlos blue.
Come with the ruin, for summer In over,
Come, for the old Kttrth's brensl Is drv:
Sprinkle the uliul drops down through the clo
ver. Wiiken the children of vtnrm lu the sky.
We nre uenry of .unoliiue, hent Htid ro-e,
Wenry of sleepier titehts huiI ilays
liio ii h hreHth tliMt is fre,h Hint merry:
(iie us iiutumn with eloudMiud hno.
SiiiK, O Time, on jour endless races,
tiH.-eil the day of the ripened corn!
SH.ed the 1h w hell the w itid's w ild elmses
shriek in the wood like the lmttle horn!
Scatter the uold leaf dow u in the valleys,
Lay it softly on com and ruln.
Tosh the willows where birds are gathered,
ripltnt lu chorus their farewell strain.
Scatter the leaxes of the broad-faced poppy,
Drive from the gardens her breath of sleep,
Toss to the u lnds w hat is left of AuuU't
And romo with uutuinu and clouds that weep.
Come with the russet and come with gold leaf,
Mantle the hills lu a coat of brown
Come with a host that will eoiupier summer.
And tumble her palace of blossoms down.
Hkht. Wilson IM'ffmin.
I'nion, Or.. Sept. C, IS'.U.
Crop-Weathor Bulletin, No. 2G.
The observer of the Oregon Weather
Bureau, of Portland, Oiegon, has is
sued the bulletin for the week ending
Saturday, Sept. f, 1S!M, the same be
ing based upon reports received from
117 correspondents, which is as follows :
WKSTKlt.V OKKOON.
Weather. Warm, cloudless weather,
with a smoky atmosphere has prevailed
during the week, with fog at night
and early morning, the latter more
especially near to the coast. No rain
has fallen.
Crops. Harvesting of cereals is
about over, except the late sown oats
and barley. The yield of cereals has
been unusally large. The quality is
good, fully an average or more, except
in localities where some smut, prevails,
to no great, extent however in any
place. Clackamas county reports
wheat yields of It!) bushels per acre
and Yamhill county 'M mishels in
large fields. Most counties have largo
yields in well cultivated fields of from
!15 to If) Inishels per acre. Mop pick
ing is in progress. The hop lice have
done considerable damage. In some
yards fully f0 per cent of tho hops
have mould on them, in other yaids
no mould or lice are to be seen. The
hop crop of Oiegon was estimated to
bo 30,000 bales, but since the picking
has commenced it has been found
that based on above estimate there will
not bo over 20,000 bales, at tho most
of first grade hops. Fruit of all kinds
and melons are very plentiful; can
neries and fruit dryers are working to
their full capacity.
KAKTKItN OltKGON.
Weather. Warm weather with a
smoky attnosphoto has prevailed. No
rain has fallen. The latter part of tho
week has been cooler.
Crops. Harvesting operations aro
well along. In many sections most of
the cereals have been cut and much
of it threshed. In Umatilla county,
especially, harvesting and threshing
aro nearly over. In Union county
harvesting is in lull operation. In
this county considerable smut exists.
In Sherman and Wasco counties,
while the yield has been good, especi
ally in the former, yet in many sec
tions of both counties tho berry is
shrunken. Morrow county has as
good or a bettor crop of cereals than
she ever had before. Smut exists in
parts of Grant county, though tho
yield is very good. In Gilliam county
most of tho wheat is in sack and smut
in the wheat is to be found in parts of
this county also, Tho fruit is ripening
nicely and is very plentiful. Tho com
is doing very well ; some of it is rather
small, though on the whole it is a good
average crop.
IL S. PAGUE,
Observer, U. S. Weather Uuroau.
A Bate investment.
Is one which is guaranteed to bring you
satisfactory roDiilts, or in case of failure a
return of purchase price. On thisnafo plan
you cun buy from our advertised druggists
a bottlo of Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption. It is guaranteed to bring
relief in every cime, when used for any af
fection of Throat, Lungs or Chest, such as
Consumption, In amutloii of ting, llron
chltin, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup,
etc. It in Jileawant ami agreeable to taste,
poroclly isafe, and tun ulwayn ha depondml
iiK)ii. Trial bottlo free at R. II. Ilrown'a
drug utoro, Union, Orison,
ON TO POKTLANDI
And the Nurth l'aolflo Induitrtal Ex.
poittlon,
To llMti ilMlrhuj (o r 11 1 tht) ICxoUiai)
the UhIuii Pmifte will wJl tlUtal Onu
urn) UutvllfUi furs Utr tht Round Trip, on
MotHlfty, WwJiiMtiuya hihI I'ridnyi ttf onttli
wimk lottttiMi MtjplMMhtir 10 ami Ovloluir
17 Itftl iM'whl
WASHINGTON.
News of the Week From Our Regular Cor
respondent at tho Capital.
WxsiiiNuTON. August 2S, 1MI1.
Is Col. Polk, the president of tho
national farmer'.i alliance, to light a
duel? A telegram from North Caro
lina, where ho now is, sa that he
will challenge one or both of the edi
tors of the Raleigh Now and Observer
for having in that papei made person
al attacks upon him in connection
' with his war record. This telegram
aroused the greatest interest bote, tho
alliance headquarters, wln re Col. Polk
, has bis office, when in Washington,
has been beseiged by newspaper men
t and otheis in search of information,
, but none of the alliance ollieials seem
i to know anything about it, or at least,
, nothing that they are disposed to
j make public, although one of them
said that he did not believe that Col.
Polk would send a challenge under
any circumstances, but he might accept
iiiiii if it were sent to him.
In spite of the fact that everybody
was satisfied from the first day that
Senator Edmund's resignation was
made public that Secretary Proctor
would be hi successor in the senate
the formal announcement of that fact
by the governor of Vermont has been
the principle political topic under dis
cussion this week. This was probably
largely owing to tho belief that there
may be at least one, possibly two
other vacancies in tlie cabinet about
the time congress meets, and thero
is nothing so interesting to politicians
as vacancies or prospective vacancies
in the cabinet; I hoy open up such a
long vista of possibilities and enable
so many obscure men to get them
selves mentioned in the newspapers,
to say nothing of the boon they aro to
the working newspaper man in en
abling him to pay many debts to poli
ticians by mentioning tho fact, which
would otherwise never be known,
that "Strong pressure is being brought
to bear upon the president for tho
appointment of Hon. John Blank to
one of the vacancies in the cabinet."
Your correspondent, having no debts of
this kind, will not mention tho names
of tho scoro of political nobodies who
are getting themselves talked about as
probable successors to Secretary Proc
tor now, because they know very well
that their names will never bo consid
ered at the While House after tho
president returns. When Mr. Harri
son was making up his cabinet he
tendoied tho secretaryship of war to
ox-Gov. Cheney, of New Hainpshiio,
ho declined it for personal reasons.
That leaked out some time ago, and is
probably all the real basis there is for
the talk about his now entering the
cabinet which is going around. It is
said, and it is plausible if not true,
that Mr. Harrison would bo very
much pleased to have Gen. Alger join
his cabinet. It would unquestionably
bo good politics for Mr. Harrison to
secure Gen. Alger as a member of his
ollicial family, and it may bo true, as
said by some, that he has tendered
him tho position, but although possible,
those who should enjoy Gen. Algor's
confidence do not regard it as at all
probable that ho would accept, as ho
is known to indulge u higher ambition.
Tho statement of Itcprchcntutivo
Crisp that "tho speakership contest is
to bo a friendly fight with soft gloves,
and for points only", must have been
intended for sarcasm ; it certainly was
if Mr. Crisp is awaro of tho vicious
attacks which aro being mado upon
him by tho friends of one of tho other
candidates. These pooplo aro certainly
not treating Mr. Crisp's candidacy in a
friendly manner; thoy aro constantly
saying bad things about him and hint
ing that thoy know much worse
things which may bo told later on.
With tho representatives supposed to
bo under tho influence of tho liquor
men they harp on thy fact that Mr.
Crisp was ono of tho five domocrats
that voted for tho original package hill
in tho house; to those representatives
supposed to bo specially hankering
after committeo chairmanships they
go lamenting tho rumor that .Mr.
Crisp had promised away ovury niuglo
ohuirmuiibhip, and to thono representa
tives known to luivo a special horror
of lobbyists and thuir mutlioiU thoy
nay something like ibis: "Everybody
know that Judge (JrUp U ptirtonully
mi honorable mini, uml it In dimply to
ho itigfiittud (hut llm lubbyUu und
Diiliumur nlmiild Imvu till uim upon
him as their candidate for speaker, as
it will prevent his getting votes which
otherwise would have gone to him."
If those be the kind of blows struck in
a "friendly fight", most people will
prefer to engage in a kill-if-vou-can
fight, wheie brass knuckles, bowio
knives and revolvers are used bv the
, combatants.
! The International Congres-i of
Geologist is holding its fifth triennial
session here. There are about 200
members piesent, ropivivnting nearly
evety eotinny in Ihe world. Secretary
Noble deli i -red an addivss of welcome
to the congress.
.1. II. C.
ADAM FOKEPAUGII SHOWS
Tho Oldest, ntcheat, Largest Exhibition
lu tho World.
All unknown to the general public
and us quietly as possible, tho greatest
ciieus work ever done in this countty
was accomplished during the winter
months just passed. Of course this
statement obviously implies that an
immense amount of money, energy
and enterptise were put forth. The
old and well-known Adam Forepaugh
Shows were being newly equipped for
this their twenty-eighth consecutive
season, and the equipment required
tho services of many agents, old trans
atlantic voyagers, who have many
years penetrated spots but little in
habited by man, to find wonders for
the menagerie and museum depart
ments of the great shows, or have
mingled with fashionable throngs at
the first amusement places of the gay
capitals of the world, seeking for su
perior artists in all the various branch
es of the circus business, consequently
when the great shows will exhibit, at
La Grande on Thursday, September
17th. with their three great circuses,
double menagerie, gieat Roman hippo
drome, reinforced Wild West, mam
moth museums, famous foreign fea
tures, and trained wild beast shows,
with all their marvelous aerialists
headed by the renowned Hanlon-Volt-ors,
and numerous other attractions.
All will have an opportunity to seo
tho iniinonso city of tents fourteen
vast pavilions in which these things
are exhibited, which require four great
trains consisting of fifty cars each
sixty feet in length to haul here.
When it is, moreover, considered that
$.'1,000,000 are invested in thin great
work, ami that it requires $,()() to
pay its daily expenses, it will prove a
wonderful sight. Twelve hundred
men and horses, more than 200 wild
beasts, as many foreign and american
artists, and nearly a like number of
Wild West people, and all tho other
things too numerous to mention of
these great shows, will make it almost
impossible to slay away.
NORTH POWDER NUQOETS.
NoitTH l'owiii'.a, Heptemlier 7, 1KJ1.
J. C. Travillion did business at Ha
ker City last week.
M. Mott, of Baker City, Sundayed
with friends hero.
Eli Garner was in attendance at tho
sick-bed of his sister at Baker last
week.
Itov. Waltz and son, Arthur, visited
Baker Thursday, on business.
Miss Libbio Kichardsoii is visiting
North Powder friends.
Wm. Shaw and son, Farquar, took
in tho sights at Baker City Friday.
Wo learn with sorrow of tho death
of Nellio, adopted child of Mr. and
Mrs Jasper Stovons, ol La Grande,
former residents of this place.
Itov. Waltz will soon move his fami
ly to Bakor for tho winter, that his
children may liavo tho advantages of
good schooling,
Tho death of Sirs. John Ferguson,
who has long boon a patient sufferer
with that dread disease, consumption,
occurred Saturday, llor funeral was
held at tho Baptist church Sunday,
Itov. Waltz officiating.
Tho temperance meetings held
monthly at tho Baptist church aro
very interesting. A good programino
was listened to Sunday night by a
largo congregation, "Lihtknkh."
I'reibyterlan Church.
Prwiulilug every Hablmth ut 11 a, in. and
7 p. Hi! bulilmtli noliool ut 10 u. ni ChrU
(fun Hiiduuviir Houlety, Tiiwduy ut 7 p. in.
All aru oordluliy Invited (o attend, W
ii rue purDi4 to brluif lliulr children to
uliuruli (hut they niwy u nurluri'tl In nior
ullly uml pluly. W.J, llmiHM,