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About The Oregon scout. (Union, Union County, Or.) 188?-1918 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1891)
THURSDAY. NOV. 12, 1891.
UNION PACIFIC TIME TABLE.
No 1 Fast Mall, West 7:05 1. m.
No. 7 l'acltio Express. West 7:5T) u. tu.
No. 2 Fast Mall, East 11 :3." a. in.
No. S l'acilic Express. East. 11:00 p. in.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
A Paragraphic Kecord ot Recent Happen
ings In and Around the City.
Circuit court convenes Monday.
Good apples taken on subscription at
Tiik Scovt subscription list is con
stantly on the increase.
Brick work on the first story of the
city hall lms been completed.
J. E. Hough, of the Cove, paid The
Scout office a pleasant call Tuesday.
Sec the line display of school books
and supplies in Hall Bros.' windows.
It will pay you to call on Brown for
anything in the school book line. 'Jin
School l)ooks, slates, tablets, pencils,
penholders, copy books, etc., at the drug
Every family is in need of a good cook
book. You can get it free of charge at
Fred Ballard is building a substantial
his uroiiertv in West
Fine Webster's dictionaries given
away at Levy's store. Call and see how
it is done.
A "bod rain fell the fore part of the
hifh will be of emit benefit to
the farmers. .
A petition is being circulated to
straighten the road between this city
and the depot.
I?. II. Brown, the druggist, has just
received a large stock of school supplies
for the fall trade. i)-24-'Jm
J. M. Parker, of the Cove, was in the
city Monday and renewed his subscrip
tion to The Scovt.
Fred W. Young, of North Powder,
sent in this week and renewed his sub
scription to The Scorr.
The city election occurs on the first
Monday "of next month. It is about
time aspirants for office were making
Mrs. A. N. Gardner took her depar
ture for Portland and Oregon City Sun
day evening on a visit, combined with
business. She will be absent about a
The wedding of the two couple from
La Grande last week, took place at the
residence of and by Uev. J. H. Wood,
instead of at the Centennial hotel as
We are indebted to Mel Heritage for
the excellent manner in which he
sketched the school building, a cut of
which appears in this issue, Met is a
Frank A. Hutchinson, of North Pow
der, was in the city Saturday. He
called and took advantage of our liberal
ofter and will hereafter read Tun Scout
and Bural Northwest.
' S. A'. Pursel and wife took their de
parture Tuesday for River Junction,
Iowa, where they go to visit relatives
and friends. They will probably be
absent about three months.
A. Howard, who has been at work on
the water works for some time past, left
for Telocaset Thursday, where he will
re.-ume work on his mining property in
that section, He is interested in some
very rich discoveries.
C. A. Allen, Fritz Koopman, Otto
Smith, Chas. Ilaynie, Louis Floy, B.
Robinson, Dorse Hobinson and Harmon
Koopman, of Pino valley, were in the
city this week, having brought down
wheat to exchange for flour and winter
Alice Steele, of East Portland, was in
the city last week, having been on a
visit to "her sister, at Big creek, who lias
been cmito sick for some time past with
tvphoid fever. While hero Mrs. Steele
..ailed and subscribed for Tun Scout to
lie sent to her address in East Portland.
Mrs. John Elliott returned Stin
dav eveninc from a visit to Seattle.
She broucht home with her a six weeks
old baby belonging to a woman by the
name of Burrows, who died there a short
!..,.. nm Wvini? it motherless. The
child has been duly adopted by J. M.
Johnson and wife of this city.
J. B. Wheelock, of Pino valley, was
in the city the fore part of the week-,
havinc broucht down a load of wheat to
exchange for flour. Ho informs us that
rod and located about
three acres of placer ground on Suako
river at the lower end of Pine valley,
which pays from threo to five cents per
pan. When the snow begins to men in
the spring ho will commence
work on the claim.
The attention of our readers is called
to the ad of tho Union Billiard Hall just
' opened in this city by Jos. Squires and
Charles Kolsuy. They havo fitted up
tho Bon Ton restaurant building, oppo
die tho Cuntcnnial hotel, in flrat-eliita
htylo with a now ami frwsli stock of
cholco confuetionory, cigars, mluoral
wuter, ate. Thoy havo in eonnoctlon u
good lillliurd and jwol tablo. Thin Is u
iuiutund orderly uort for thoeo who
wUMo Indulge in u wxilul gumoofWI
Ilnnls or hm1. filvo H I')''1 tt
Thoy will treat yon devout.
School books tit the drug store. 2m
For line job printing call nt Tiik Scoit
G. B. Swinchart of the Elgin Recorder,
was in the city yesterday.
There has been a great amount of pet
ty thieving going on in Union of late.
The two new steel cells for the coun
ty jail arrived last week and are being
put in place.
For school books and supplies call on
Geo. Baird, one door north of the Cen
Miss Lillie Odale has taken a case in
Tiik Scout office, for the purpose of learn
ing to set type.
Remember that Hall Bros., as usual,
have a full and complete stock of school
supplies for sale.
A small amount of "the beautiful"
fell in this city yesterday, but melted as
fast as it descended.
A late dispatch from AVashington
states that James Raymond has received
the appointment of postmaster of this
Superintendent Carter is holding a
teachers' examination in this city.
Quite a number of teachers arc in at
tendance. Jack Oliver returned Saturday from
his trip to Portland and San Francisco.
He reports having had a pleasant and
Be sure and call at Dr. North's dental
parlor, Union, Oregon, where you can
get a full set of teeth for six dollars.
Call and see for yourself. 10-1-tf
A. J. Goodbrod left yesterday for Pine
valley, where he goes to take Mrs. O'Con
nor, who has been visiting at bis re.-i-
dencc for some time past, to her home.
We are in receipt of a dozen Fabers
from the printers' supply house of Pal
mer & Rev, Portland, Oregon. We hard
ly know whether to take it as an insult
The attention of the public is called to
the ad of Gur Johnson's larber shop,
which appears in this issue. He has
purchased the shop formerly owned by
Geo. Baitxl, and fitted up the same in
Master Arthur Rinehart returned
home from Tennessee yesterday, where
he has been with his father, with a car
load of horses. He informs us that his
father will return in two or three weeks,
having yet a few horses to dispose of.
Two men by the name of Anderson and
Hamilton were arrested on the Minam
the fore part of the week, on suspicion
of being the Summerville bank robbers,
but after examination they were turned
loose, there not being sufficient evidence
to hold them.
John Wright, of Big creek, while driv
ing horses last Sunday on the range
met with an accident in which his horse
fell unon him and it was some tunc
before he could extricate himself. It is
thouuht one bone of the lei; was broken
below the knee.
Chas. F. Hinckley, of -Tclocoset, was
in the city Thursday. He is extensively
interested in tho mines of that section
and intends to do a great amount of
work this winter. He informs us that
in all probability a five-stamp mill will
be nut in this fall bv the parties who
have bonded some of the mines there.
ym. Uilson, ot the Cornucopia sa
loon, has fitted up nine rooms on tho
second floor of his building for lodgings
Each room is newly carpeted and fur
nished with good fowls witn spring
mattresses and full bedroom sets. The
rooms are all airy, bright and new, and
he will no doubt find ready demand for
James L. Crotty, of the firm of Hop
kins, Knight & Crotty, attorneys at law
of Spokane, Wash., arrived in Union
Monday. Mr. Crotty lias been em
ployed by the man Column, charged
with the murder of a man in a saloon at
La Grande, to defend him at tho com
ing term of court. He has employed as
his assistant T. II. Crawford of this city.
The new hose cart for the Union fire
department arrived Tuesday. It is i
fine looking and substantial cart, capa
bio of holding about 700 feet of 2 inch
hose. The company is now well
equipped for battling with tho destruct
ive fiaines. Tho boys seem anxious for
a chance to try their hand, but wo aro
in hones the opportunity will not Iks
J. W. Shelton last week bought the
entire plant of tho Union Electric Light
Company, together with the forty acres
known as tho railroad addition to West
Union, but has since disposed of a one
half interest in the property to J. M
Phy of this city, Messrs. Shelton & Phy
now being solo proprietors ot tno plant
Wo understand that arrangements will
soon bo mado to increase tho power of
tho electric light plant and give patrons
abetter light than they havo had for
Dunham Wright and wife, of Medical
Snriims. were in tho city Tuowlay. Thoy
camo down for the purwso of purchas
ing now furnituro and fixturos for tho
Medieul Springs hotel. Owing to tho
largo run of customers it has bocoino
nucwaury to brunch out ami miiKo muro
room, m thoy huvo ust compioiou an
other building 20x40 foot, two Btoricw
hlirh. tho lowor btory to bo unod an
fctoro room and officii, tho uppar part for
a nubile hall. Tho hull In tin old built
hiL' will Ih wit up into M u'l
roonm. Tho now building I- hHuatw
jiiet uunwi tho Ktruut from tho old omu,
FROM UNION TO PORTLAND.
Scenes and Incidents as Hated by H. C.
Emery, on Ills Way to Wild
Editor Okkoon Smut:
I will write a few words more and try
to tell of some scenes that 1 observed in
and about the city of Portland during
my short stay. On the morning of the
7th of October, precisely at 0:57, I
stood on the elevated road bridge over
the Willamette river. The draw
iust beinc closed, as a steamboat
just passed down
above the bridge 1
the river. Looking
noticed a steamboat
unloading. The weather was not clear
and I could not take a very fair view;
but while standing there a train a of j
cars passed from tho depot directly
under me and the electric cars passed
back and forth near where I stood.
After staying there a short time 1 de
cended the steps and passed by the
foundry among the thousands of mould
ing llasks and made my way to the de
pot to be in readiness to lioard the train
on the Northern Pacific for Chchalis.
There 1 learned that I had, time for a
ride on the cable line of cars through
the city to the elevation overlooking the
city and much of its suburbs, but ti hazi
ness that still hung over tho city tar
nished much that might have been seen
in a clear sky, yet l saw much that was
interesting as 1 passed through the city.
1 saw many beautiful residences with
lawns elevated above the street in which
were various kinds of shrubs, and vines
on trellis works that were artistically
arranged to beautify the scenes with
their varigated flowers and foliage.
When on the highest elevation of the
road 1 could discern a faint outline of
Mt. St. Helens. As I returned l pas.-eu
tho school where the scholars were
just being marched out for outdoor ex
ercises and tjie sight of so many children
mil youths congregated together in then-
endeavor to obtain knowledge, was truly
interesting to my mind and for a time
my thoughts carried mo back to time ot
m'v childhood when I went to school in
ordinary log house with its great
open fireplace and its slab benches lor
seats, minus of anything to rest our
backs against. When wo wished to
write we bad a slanting shelf fastened
to the wall on which we could manage
to follow after a copy of pot hooks and
tramels that the teachers managed to
mark out for us to imitate with a pen
whittled with a knife In the stump did
of an old gray goose quill. And Desuies
there was then none of the nice ruled
paper to bo had, or known to the schol-
. j, 11 1. .....WWiir l.iwl
ars, who, n tnev urn m "ii"r
each to have a lead plummet and some
sort of a rule to mark by on which lines
we were taueht to manufacture letters
and words. Our lessons were learned
from lx)okri that are now wholly out of
date, thev then being tho Introduction
iiwl Kntrlish reader and very many ot
the families of children nad oniy one
reader and one Noah Webster's speller,
which the children were obliged to read
mil study in bv turns. I thought that
if those pupils that were parading in tho
Portland schoolhouso yard could be
conditioned as I with my schoolmates
were conditioned, they would think edu
cation was hardly worth of pursuit.
But I think of the past in contrast with
tho present, and I can hardly conceive of
so great a change aa has been made, not
only thc' mcilities for instructing the
youth but the very many ditterent
N.-ipiitific nrnblems that the mind Ot
man has solved. In my time lms the
first locomotive been built. The stage
coach has almost ceased to rumble along
bywavs with its tired and jaded horses
The electric telegraph has sprung into
existence and still furthur tho electric
cars are taking the place of the steam
power. Kerosene has done away with
the old tallow candle and now tlio uses
of electricity is fast doing away with
kerosene. But I must stop my thoughts
on elucidations of the elements of naturo
and move on with my journey toward
this nlace. At 11:45 I lwarded the
train on the way to Chehallis. Imme
diately after leaving Portland wo seemed
to have entered another climate. Alt
vegetation was lifelike, when tl0 day
boforo all was cere and lifeless. Now
the foliage and grasses were bright and
green. At times couiu oe seen many
flowers spreading their odorous petals
and stamins to tho breeze lielping to
pleaso and beautifly naturo with their
loveliness. After a ndo of some twenty
or more miles wo camo to the ferry
where wo were to leave Oregon and cross
the noted Columbia river to tho town of
Kalama in tho stato of AVashington, and
hero I will wait in my narrative till
II. 0. Emkiiv
Wildwood, Wash. Oct. 9, 1891.
Miss Maud Summers took her depar
turo yesterday for Grecnviow, 111., to
visit her grand parents. She will prob
ably bo absent a year.
Hall Bros, havo fitted up a room in
the rear of thoir store, provided with
Htovo, chairs, etc., for tho nccominoda
thm of thoir customer. '
It is roportod by parties down from
Bakor City that ovory night for tho past
wook soma ono has boon knocked down
and roblwd in that city.
Jaktt Canady, of linker City, acooiu
puulud by his nloco Mis Ada Oaiiady
tirrlvod in Union yustonlay. MIsh Can
udy uuiuoilmvn for thupuro.oof uttuni
lug tho tfuuihurs liiHtltuto wliluh mm
vouixl In this city ytwtunluy.
Licenses to wed were iucdtliis week
to Henry Robinson and Anna Belle
Douglas; John A. L. Beeni and Delilah
Troy ; Joseph Beck and Maranda AVil
liams. Iook out for two tomb-done frauds
who are taking in Oregon mourners.
Though professing to be strangers to
each other they travel together and are
in collusion to swindle the public. They
are both attaches of an Eastern concern.
A couple of tramps entered the resi
dence of Fred Nodino in this city Satur
day evening last. One of them was go
ing through some papers in a bureau
drawer when discovered by tho women
folks who gave the alarm. The tramps
skipped out in the dark, without secur
ing anything, and made their escape.
John York and a woman by the name
of Mrs. Cassidy, of Iover Powder river,
were arrested this week at the instance
of Dan Fruit, on a charge of larceny of a
barrel of butter. The parties had left
Powder river and were on their way
across the mountains. They were over
taken at La Grande and brought to this
city where an examination was held
before Justice Wilson, who bound them
over in the sum of $.".50, each, to await
the action of the grand jury. Failing to
give bonds they were committed to jail
Last Saturday evening during supper
at the Centennial hotel, two tramps en
tered the hall from the back way and
purloined four imts hanging on the wall.
They were afterwards seen wearing some
of the hats and were arrested. They
had an examination and were Iwtind
over to await the action of the grand
jury, and are now in jail. The hats that
were stolen belonged to Ferd Bloch,
Dr. Strickland, John Cooper and a brick
mason. The hats were all recovered, but
tho one belonging to Ferd was new, and
they tore the lining out and otherwise
mutilated it to prevent detection.
Not Is tho Tiino to Subscribe.
Tim Scour has made arrangements
whereby it is enabled to furnish its sub
scribers a first-class farmers' journal,
the- Rural Northwest, a semi-monthly
nanor published at Portland, tree ot
hargo, in the following way:
Every new subscriber who pays $'1.50
for one year's subscriplon to Tin: Scour
between now and Jan. 1st. will receive
the Rural Northwest one year free of
churuo. The subscription price of the
Rural Northwest is Jfl .00 and it is an ex
cellcnt journal for the farmer, fruit
grower and stockman.
In order to give all our patrons an
eoual show to secure this excellent
journal free we will also send it to all
parties who are now in arreage that
come in and pay up and pay for another
year's subscription to Tin: Scout in ad-
vanco between now and January 1st
This is an extraordinary ofi'er and we
trust our patrons will take advantage of
it. Don't think for a moment that the
Rural Northwest is a small and cheap
concern, tilled mostly witn advertise
ments. On the contrary it is a 1 (1-page
paper filled with original and excellent
reading of interest to the fanner, fruit
grower and stockman.
Call and see a sample copy.
Hunt Visits Union.
Sir. G. W. Hunt, of "Walla Walla, was
in the city Saturday, accompanied by
YV AV. Caviness of Pendleton. Sir.
Hunt was here for the purpose of ad
justing matters concerning the work
done in this valley on the Hunt road.
He made only a brief stay, leaving on
the west IkjihkI train in the evening.
AVe acknowledge a pleasant and sub
stantial call from Sir. Hunt who as
sures us that ho is very sorry that he
was unable to complete tho road into
this valley, and that while the citizens
here aro greatly inconvenienced in con
sequence, he is out a great amount of
hard cash, but it is not his intention
that anyono shall bo loser on his ac
count. He appears to bo in good spir
its, considering his heavy loss. Ho is a
rustler and it will 1)0 impossible to keep
him down. Such men aro Ixjund to
como out on top. Ho has had a hard
combination to deal with. Ah regards
his ftituro developments he had nothing
to saw but assured us ho did not intend
to lose his grado in this valley.
Thin remedy Is becoming no woll known and
to popular an to need no special mentlou. Al
who huvo used Klcctrlc Hitters hIuk It lie name
song of praUo A purtr medicine does not exist
and It Ik guaranteed to do all that u claimed.
Klcctrlc Hitters will euro all diseases al tho Liv
er and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Dolls,
Bait Hhuum and other ntlectloim caused by Im
pure blood. Will drive Malaria from tho system
and prevent as well as cure all Malarial fevers.
For cure of Hcudache, Constipation and Indiges
tion try Klectrlo Hitters F.ntlre nutUfactlon
guaranteed, or money rofuuded. 1'rlco M cents
and fl.00 per bottlo ut Hrown's drug Btore.
Bucklen's Arnica Salvo,
Tiik Hkst 8ai,yk In the world lor Cuts, JlruU-
es. Boron, Ulcons, Halt lthonm, I'ever Soren, Tut
tur. ChuriiHtd HinuU, Chilblains, Corns ami all
Uklu Krupltuiu, and xltlvuly cures l'll,ot
uo pay runulred. It Is Hiiaruntoed Ut give ir
feet satisfaollDii, or money refunded. Price ih
ckhiU r box. 1'or tale at Drown' drug nturo,
ii VK'itu -Al.l.KX At the rwliUncii
brill' iHtranU lu Kuith tlnluii, Wwili
Kur. II. IWITa. C Utum mih! IJmRI
Allan, Iter. Andcimii nitlgUlIutf.
WjUK-U,sm-M Uiu lliiluil (J tjrl
MffaTid wimiii, l. WIIon,V. ulll
In the matter of Cove road; it ap
pearing to the court that the parties
interested were alwut to compromise,
the matter was continued for the term.
In the matter of Chas. Bechtel road ;
appraisers report adopted and petition
for county to pay damages, $25, allowed ;
viewers report read first and second
time and adopted.
In the matter of Slater road; apprais
ers allow Caviness I00; report adopted
and county pays damages ; viewers re
port read first and second time and
In the matter of Cowan road; ap
praisers allow Geo. II. Foster $('00 dam
ages ; report approved and road will be
opened when petitioners pay damages.
In tho matter of Thorpe road; report
of viewers read first and second time
In the matter of Reese road; Frank
Mitchell and II. Mitchell claim dam
ages; Ott Vandermullen, M. A. Harri
son and W. ti. Hunter appointed ap
praisers, to meet on Saturday Nov. 14th
at Island Citv.
In tht matter of Glenn road; report of
viewers read first and second time and
In the matter of burial expenses of
Andrew Stahlniclar, an indigent soldier;
luthemaattr of jail cells; Hall Bros.
having paid freight to the amount, of
$105 on order from agent for Van Dorn
Company, the court ordered that $450
in county warrants bo drawn to cover
Fifty dollars of road fund apportioned
to district No. 2.
In the matter of delinquent tax mils;
court settled with shenll on old rolls,
and roll of 1S00 continued.
In the matter of insurance of court
house; tho building reinsured for tho
sum of $0,000.
Circuit Court Docket,
Amo it Imlrlck vh Uorhiim it RotlirhlUl.
K M Aeiln .t Co k i! w McliiloHli t nl.
.loan Hoyii vs .1 (JHhtiley.
llllHSllU iV Ctl VS (ilMKdflllil (iiild Mliilnsr Co.
W T Cnrroll vs .1 It N BtAliMII.
K J Connor T .1 ('lmnttler.
Cowlea i Mi'D.inli'l v Wm WtlUlusuu.
K Dun'.iia! in h V M Harttru'Hs:
li W iniii'll vh Kr.mk Strimm ot lit.
Kk'lu Lumber Co v. Sam Culilu otnl.
KitiHon tioiiLTiil Kloetrto Co v Union Railway
Alison (icnoral K ectile Co n t'n on mecttio
A U Katon vs .1 T Williamson i't al.
Vrnnk llios Implement Co vh A 1' l'liller ot al.
l'nrineiN A: Traders National Hunk vh l.a
li ramie National Haul;..
1'rank lliox Implement Co vh MIlo IloldrlilKe
A J l'oster vh Ilumliloy, llloom Co.
rirt Nat Hank of I'nioii vh Alex Thompson.
Klri t Nat Hank of I'nlon vh .John Stotts.
l'Mrht Nat Hank of I'nlon vh O A Dunn.
First Nat Hank of I'lilon vh Oliver Sliufer.
l'irtt Nat Hank of I'nlon vh .1 K TlionipsJii,
Krank Pros Implement Co vs Kluln Lumber
I irst Nat Hank of Island Citv vh T J Chandler
and Joel Weaver etal.
trunk Hros Implement Co vh T J Chandler.
Frank Hros Implement Co vh T J Chandler.
O C (iovo .V Co vh Island City M it M Co.
The (iiroux Ainaliraniiitor Co vh J II Parker
and C W Jumt'H.
OibboiiN MacAllHtcr it Co vh J C (ilover.
HntehiiiHon Hros vh I'M Collin.
Hutchinson Hros vh .tames Welch et al.
K and P Helilenrelrh vh .Ktna Insnriineo Co.
K llrlilenreleh vh Wm Thompson.
(' Ij Harris vh .1 T McComas.
(Jeo llorsenool vh Kllzaboth Clark and J 1'
Ceo HorNciiool vh K J it I.va Clark.
A C HnntlnKton vh M M Caldwell and A C
Kdwanl 1. Imhler vh .laineM M Mltcholl et al.
K W Imhler vh H H Hill.
Island city M .t M Co vh J N Chandler.
IhIiukI City M .t it Co vh M A Stevenson.
Johnson it Hull vh It I) Hamilton,
.lohiinoii it Hull vh It I) Hamilton.
.1 1 Case it Co vh A C Newman.
S S Hint; vh (ieo W Ames.
How many a young wife's heart has been saddened
by hearing the above remark ! And yet how often the
words are true; especially when cake, pastry or biscuit are
in question ! The reason is plain, yet it is "like telling a
Our mothers used and are using Dr. Price's Cream
Baking Powder. They cannot be misled into using any
of the ammonia or alum powders. No dyspepsia no sallow
complexions, when mother did the cooking.
The first symptoms of ammonia poisoning, says a
New York paper, which appear among those who work in
ammonia factories, is a discoloration of the nose and fore
head. This gradually extends over the face until the com
plexion has a stained, blotched and unsightly appearance
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is the only pure
cream of tartar powder that contains the whites of eggs.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is re
ported by all authorities as free from Amuionia,
Alum, or any other adulterant. In fact the
purity of this ideal powder has never been questioned.
John KerchoiUr vh Jacob Groth.
John Kereholh i vh J Q Wiilsliigcr.
John KerchoMer vs J W llaiilt.
John Kerohotl'er vs J H Irvlnp.
I.a tinimli Nat Hank vs W HMcDonald and !
Haiier W l.co vs Sampson Uoy.
II Wlt-oiisy vs Sampson Hoy. . .
Kranit Mitchell vs T J Ohandler and J N
Chandler. . . , .
Frank Mitchell vs T J Chandler O Iiin
liert et al.
It c Mays it Co vh V.e I.umlxsr Co.
P. C Mays A Co vs MIlo HnldrlilU'O et al.
It C Mavs it Co vs Mary Howard.
1) A MeAllstiT v N Hnwland et al.
Island Citv M it M Co vs Juo S Clark.
I,mi Mahafley vs S It Williamson and K J
.1 A MeCarthoy vs .1 I) McKennon et at.
Donald Meltae vh T J Chandler.
S V Morse it Co vs W J Snodifrass.
H II Moore h A Johnson.
Mary A Mitchell s W 11 Campbell.
Wm'Novos vh Chas Mrt'ltiro.
Umts oldcnbnrir vs S F ltlchardxon.
Henry Itnst h Pearco Hotter.
Heos ,t ltedman vs A It OsIkHIio.
I. II Kummelhart vs A J Harris.
S P Hichardson vh Louis Oldenburg.
S li Heeves vh Oeo II Marshall et al.
It I) Itnckmau vs t'nlon county.
J (i HobertH vs 11 D Ulverset al.
Sarah ltoblusou vh T J Chandler et ai.
O N Kamsey vh W Ii Smith et al.
Frank Smith vs P. (iaskell.
Stewart ,t Hldwell vs A N Hamilton.
IMwnrd Sutter vs J V Smith.
M K Smith et al vh W J HmxlKrass.
J F Sleberllni; .t Co vh Warren Haldwlu and
Cook .t Dwlsht.
(ieo Steele vh David Steele.
J I. Sivrry it Co v 11 V Lewis.
Dan Summer vs A Shaw et al.
Dan Summer vs Island City M it M Co.
W J HuoUsrass vs Zeltflcr Hloom t Co.
A Summer vs K Paul .t I) A McAllsteJ.
John A Tucker vs Samiiutha Johnson.
Villon countv vs A N Hamilton.
I'nlon counts- vs It D Uuckman.
A A Van Voorheos .t Co vs F. K. Taylor et al.
Walla Walla Savings Hank vs n W Mcintosh.
Wade Pros vs MIlo Holdrtdeo et al.
Wade llros vs T .1 .t J S Chandler.
Wmle llros vs J N Chandler.
Wade Hros vs Jacob (iroth.
T II Williamson vs Klvers .t (iilnouMh.
8 F Wallace s Oregon Short I.lnu it U N Ky
J i: Yowell vs T H 11 (Ireen.
Jacob i'.uber vh Chas (i Stacy ot al.
It (i Thompon vs S It Keoe.
(ireen Arnold vs Josephine Dray et al.
American Mtfc Co of Scotland, limited, vh D W
.t Mary A Johnson- ..
American Mtc Co of Scotland, limited, vh
Minerva Laton and J It Katon.
American Mtii Co of Scotland, limited, vh
Isaac F Weaver and Mary L Weaver.
Clara II Cliivburn vh Adam Crossmnn.
John A i ittilcrs vs Oranvillu M (Ireen et nl.
W A Coc liauour vs (lllltort Ollklnson ct al.
A F. liati.n vs W T WrlRht et al.
H II Fro.ieh vhS M Hloom.
C M HoiiKhton, nssigmeut,', vs T.Min'err,
J L Hluilman vs F.mma V. 'lucker.
W H lluirnian et al vh Frank Leayltt,
W H Hull'man and J K owcll vs Jabez H
,lJHk l7untcr and C t. Foxvh Uraiido Hondo
Lumlier Co. ,
K Hel.lenrelch vs lien (Irandy ot al.
W li Hunter vh Jerry Iluutly .t V M Staudley
Idaho stiiRO Co v N I) Holey.
Hutchinson Hron vs Frank Hldwell et al.
f.'i lirando Hvilraulic Water Co vs M linker.
John ICirchofl'or vs John Laud.
J It Kellojw vh Hester A Kllsworth et at.
.lav (iny 1AW1H VH tteil lieiuiursim ui m.
tvlontenuau .t Co vh J W Suldor et al.
F A Foster vh 1. L f.'orthcott et al.
i; h Mi CoioHH ct al vs Laura 1'iilrall et al.
I ltv McUnroe et al vh Chas Mehnroo ot al.
T A Marvin vh A L McDowell et al.
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i n iiiiinh.irt Mini D 11 SaunderH vh lTed
Youiuc and W T Carroll.
Jasper Itlnehart vs Oreaon I'y l'xtenslon I o.
It D Uuckman vs Anna ltuhl.
Assignment of Sampson Hoy, J 1' Faull assii;-
"stale of Oregon vs estate of A llaller deceased.
Cordelia Smith vh J V Kennedy et al.
Assignment ol Snyder it Proctor, H 1- Hur
lLAKHll'Kunu!nU.t M A Stevenson, II F HurlelRh
"'j'slmeou et al vs K Strickland et al.
Win 11 Thompson vh K Heldenreich.
Israel ThomiiHVH J H Dclany et al.
11 F Wilson it A J llackett vh .Nicholas, lartor.
P U Wade vh Oregon ltv F.xtonslon Co.
Walla Walla Havings llank vh (. Mcintosh
CViM Walk vh 1. S Kelsay and Union county.
Young it Dart vh (1 W Stoekwell et al.
J K Yowell vh C I. lllakesleo et al.
L A Ilovard vh Charlen Hovard.
Fllzabeth Cross vh F.Hiih Crosn.
Chas Fresh vh Mary K FreHh.
Mary A HuiiHiiker vh m Hunsaker.
Alice Mondy vh Adam W Moudy.
A Meachen vh M A Meachcu.
Addlo Haling vh Wm Killing.
Mattle. F. Taylor vh J K Taylor.
Alice Weston vb David Weston.
Harbara (iroth vs Jacob (Iroth.
llarbara Uroth vb Jacob (iroth.
State of Oregon vh John Nodlne.
Statu of Oregon vh John Nodlne.
.State of Oregon vh Jus A A W Uson and 1 O
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