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About The Independence west side. (Independence, Or.) 18??-1891 | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1890)
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THE WEST SIDE
E. G FENTLAND, Publisher.
FRIDAY, JULY U,t
The men who have, built Uto
motor line to Moumoutb. have
shown enterprise. They are ile
serving of reward, ami the public
Should show thorn favors. The
man who built the opera house
showed enterprise, so with the
proprietors of our saw mill and our
. IL L
We have in Independence some
of as enfcorpriHing meu as run be
found anywhere. Some of them
are poor, some moderately welljoff
and some wealthy. They are pro
gressive men however and that is
what tells in a town. As long as
tho progressive element has control
our town will grow and become
The Hon. 1). P. Thompson, who
was defeated for governor of Ore
gon in Jane gives several reasons
for his defeat in a letter to the pub
lic, and ends his lettvr in those
"But tho election is over, the!
people who are soverign lmvo e.x-
K rawed themselves, and 1 must
aw to their verdict. While I was
slaughtered by the republicans, I
am a republican still, and I will be
found working for the nominees of
Utat party, if worthy, in the future
as I hare done in the post I he
lieve in the republican party and
its principles and especially iu all
matters relating to tariff and
there and the next meeting tomes
on Thursday and Friday, August
l lth aud 15th.' Those who opposed
it did ho on (lie ground that the
Portland papers had never shown
any inclination to recogni?o It to l
of any value, and had not enrolled
their names,' Those favoring th
meeting at Portland thought tliut
f it were held there It would gain
greater strength through ndditious
of publishers in that city and go
forward on a career of greater
At the present writlug'tlitw are
ftlty-slx members in the association,
and out. of Portland's' thirty, or
more publications, only three are
represented in the Oregon Pross
Asaoclut ion. There appears to us
no excuse for this excepting nn the
ground that the meetings heretofore
have been outside of Portland and
the publishers have not deemed
thorn important enough to attend.
This year the meeting being held
in Portland no such excuse can be
The state of H)rcgon is compara
tively young and the growth of the
press has simply kept paw with
the state. The association is only
three years of age. The association
A-WHCCL IN EUROPE.
It K"e wlllitvt mylng, I hat two tonl
oue-hulf wevks itili kly imsm-il hi I lie
misy city of New York,. Hint the "111 of
Juno fuiiiul tin ut tho French lU'li.
Theft wan it merry party inula large
uncut the pier hint Hulimluy to mt im
off, There wauivitt tiustllnir niuJ
bantling, mititi cheering uml yes, iilim
uch weeping, m one only sees on the
m-eiwion of the Killing of an wean
tciiuier. Not a "weep'' ilht the timrUtit
shed, however, they were rmllent wl.h
happy nntleljuitliili! of t he Joy holme
lliem. Their thoughts tlld not dwell
on mot tiii wicr, tlio mind's eye dwelt
ou the sweet' Imwtliornc tune of Kim
liuiil, the miiKnllleeiit estates of Kim
laiiil's nmgmitcii, tluMiniilnt totter of
France, tue grandeur of the fwlw
H'iiery mid the oft told e.ltnriu of the
Ithlne, ami to-day we are eight dayx
out ami "nil well." font rary to nil
expectations mid the kindly (?) ex
preed eoudollng of our frlrndtt liefoio
leaving home, none have been serliaicly
slek. 1 u fact out of our iwrty of twenty
only one whm uniitikt to come to the
table every meal and he ate hIhhiI
seven incuts, er day on the unin-r
It has been a pheiioiitciml voyiigc,
the ship steady us an Wand, the sen
like a pond and the spirits mid nrdor of
the arty coHHeiiieiilly uudainpetied.
Kven Conductor F.lwell (who hy writ
ten contract mid verbs! promlst! had
iigrivil to t sick for the whole imrty
lllMl,l,t. M. .... j N III .-. .T r . , , , .
.w B I KM J w W
of our sister slate of Wushlugtoii is1 lias not ; ilssetl a iiieul or nicked a sick.
Says the Grants Pass (W-Vr
"An excursion train of capitalists
from Pennsylvania is expected to
pass through iu a few days. They
will stop one or two days iu this
county. They are looking over
the coast after timber lands. Our
people, after Eastern men gobble
all the desirable tracts of timber
land in this county, will wake ui
after it is too late and realize its
value. Timlier land at 12.50 per
acre will soon cease to be such a
soft snap in the next few years.
Here are the people of Indepen
dence within ten miles of a fine
timber belt letting it be taken by
the "new comers." In a few years
they will see how short sighted
Some men are like hogs. They
get into the feed trough head, feet
and all. "When they get full they
will lie down and do nothing but
gruut until the feeding time comes
again, when they get in head and
feet together, aud make an awful
squeal if anything else attempts to
get a part of their food. Such men
in a town may 1 termed "moss
backs" "obstructionists," or 4 'kick
ers;" no matter what you call them
they are 'a detriment. If a town
lias such men, what are you going
to do with themt The best way is
to refuse to have dealings with
them. If a merchant, refuse to
trade with him; if a land owner,
refuse to buy his land. In other
words "boycott" them and starve
them into submission. You cannot
coax nor drive them. If it is food,
they are ruled by their next meal,
and If it is money tliey must see it
go directly into their jKH'ket.
When 15000 worth of real estate
is assessed at $500 it would seem
that the owner would not find oc
casion to complain at being over
taxed, and since some men who are
thus favored do complain it seems
as though the assessor might tax
their land somewhere near its
valne, for they are "kickers" any
how and cannot make any more
fuss than they do now. An ex
amination of the tax roll will show
that the small land owner with
perhaps one or two town lots, or
the farmer with an unproved farm
pays taxes on at least one-half its
actual value; while the large owner
of the kicking kind gets off for
from one-tenth to one twentieth
and puts in a big indebtedness be
sides. It is time this unequality
ceased. When it comes to selling,
you will find such people want
more than the market value for
their property, and when they
think they have a "sinch" on the
buyer will demand these exorbi
tant prices. They say corporations
have no souls, but some men are
just like corporations and want all
they can get, and give to the pub
lic as little as possible in return.
Such a selfish course may flourish
for a while, but when it is found
out they pay dearly for their grasp
If you know of any such poi sons
iu your town perhaps a word of ad
vice would not be out of place,
pointing out to them that a policy
based entirely on selfish motives
will not pay. If a man shows too
selfish a nature, the public will not
only refuse to assist him but will
throw obstacles in his way. The
public, like railroads, will often go
out of its way to patronize one
whose actions show a liberal spirit.
You may rest assured that public
opinions will severely censure the
man who acts the hog.
; also only three years old, being
organized at Taeoina, July (i, ISS";
while the Oregon Prex AsMiciation
met August !2th of the sjtaie year
iu its first session ut Yaquisia Oily.
The Pacific Coast Press Association
of California was organized iu 1S79,
and will hold its twelfth meeting
this year. The Missouri Press
Association was organized twenty
two years ngo; the Mississippi
Association iwouiy lour years ago;
the New Jersey Association thirty
four years ago; the New Hampshire
Association twenty-four years ago;
and the IWi Association of M in
nesota twenty two years ago. These
examples show that tho Oregon
Press Association is not for to day
alone, but for many years, and if
it is to assume the position its im
portanee demands, the Portlai.d
press must unite with it. It shows
a healthy growth during the pas!
year, no less than thirty new names
having been enrolled. At the meet
lug iu Portland every newspaper
there should show such an interest
as to at least attend the mis-ting and
be enrolled iw a member. To Ciis
should' bo added at least forty
papers from other parts of the
state, swelling our luemticrship to
at least one hundred and twenty,
being not only powerful through
uumbers, but through the influence
of its me'mliers.
The object of the Oregoti Press
Association, asset forth in its con
stitution, is to''promote the mutual
welfare of tho Oregon Press, pro
teet its rights, uueuleate feelings of
harmony, and elevate Us tone and
Cannot kl lueoM.fullr trmtlri with
out loud heaMh. la ruth w.llh or any
(owltd petition In lid rtqulrti th. lull
po.Mi.loit tnd oparatloa ot ill th lw
ultltt hind nature nil ndimd HI with.
Th... tumJIIIuni cannot ailit union (ho
ihilcl holng li In p.rl.ot ttoralni
enltr, and Dili It Impuiilbl whan h.
liver tnd iplttnVd torpid, Ihutohitruol
Ing llii Monition, earning Indlgtitlen
nil diipopili, llh ill ot Iholf iccom
English Dandelion Tonio
terUilpwMo Influinoi ovtr th lltir,
icll.l It to healthy lotion, rctoltaa III
chronic ingorgcmanti, mil promotol lha
ornlloni! ourai Indication ind tsmth
pallon. ahirpanl tin tppalltt, tana up
Ih tntlr ivttom, ind mnhcl till worth
T, r.l.ti. in i r
iw bkmmw r renen uurc,
l mi m nuy
illti-tci', r b'iv
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l-iii liiim ih,. API ER
s.-.'.-iMMl.riilMhiuilKin,, 'nuu'io nr onliun.
nr tin-mind (uinhliil ln.llit,.tii ti, IihIliI.
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il.m ii I'min Dm lim it, h.-iiimihI
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l Knil.Mi. I,..iili", liujiuru. Wiwh Uli'in.
It)', l.iwai) i , r nii.l v. nlil.-l.
flwli il old i, Irml in irtiiintiiiilliu-i.itit iimkn
iv, I'll,',, ll.wi n lm,6 Uita t f ,w Koiit u
hi nil ,i r.wi,t ol i.rii'v
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tint,,,, in it liiml ilia i ,. li im,,.,,
l-Mil- l II"! Wt.l l.-.l, tln,lM, ,, t,.,lMI,ill,ll
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THE APHHO MEDICINE CO.
KrKnK muni ii.
IH'K 1'illlTI.ANO, OU,
Fui n'i' I iv liinlir & LiK'k ,
Normal, Advanced, D,noc3
Music and Art
l.y an Act of the I,glH.a..,r,, Kslablis g the Btate Normal ffeh Tho,, II ddln? V" E MM
to Teach in any County in the Htate without hiamlnallon.
students i the Normal. Instructions iu Vocal Music, Draw." g and Penmanship free to regular .Indent. Instrnmental Music.
Painting at the lowest rates.
IIOAItDi llonrdntthe Dining Hall 11.30 per week. Kooim M cents lo .11 per wwk. Uood board and lodging in privat dmllit, 3 t
:.MI per week. '
No Saloons. Beautiful and Healthful Location. Good Facilities.
For further particulars, send for Culalogue. Atldre,s, HIX'HICTAKY of FACt LTV, Monmouth, Or.
In (lie wttmktiiLf huim, en die (iiuirtt'i'
ilii-k, In tlie mtlimii. In liii-t every where,
the i-yele parly iiiviliuiiliiutes. The
lluvoriiiK ewMiuv uf ilu Nplrll u( e.vellti j
litis tlueiureil the cinvermitlim of even !
Hie gravest gre.vlH'iird or the pretiliKt !
youiiK Imly on lliv nlili. I'liumglt r j
mmlilliiK tliiiK uml let im tuke the vny-i
He Kyntenmili'itlly hUIiuiikIi tulelly
Hat unlay ,'Juu "ill ln-furt m luul I t ;
HlKhtef lioul miin.'tlilll Implicit. Ii'il In
the umelilnery ut tin' 1 nllmn y m
utul we luul In hvo liniiin fur re-jxiIi-h,
While "iii.viiiK to" I tie t'niliria
if (lie Cuiiitnl Hue wlilcli rt .r.cl
thirty 111! Italian Inter uttept ,y u uli,l
ttiix wmii nut of nlht. tlnet la, Hi' im
our wiy liutt ever, hihI w wen.' nut di
Huiiility the Sih wuHHcalm Sulilmtli.
like ilny iinil i:eieil uneventfully, ex-
ivit l hut we met the I.iiltret.iKiie of
the Freneh line who unit on her way to
The next twn or three ilHyHluiltle
!imril uml it iit-iw. wlt'i rmnkl la,
loiuiittiig iinituiil mill In the evening
Hlnlnu on the (leek, nervet) tn timke
the tfolileii lioura lly mul i-emeiil iiuuo
tlriuly frlen,lhlw ulreinly warm uml ;
KilUhhiy iiulhliij; noteworlhy wive'
the Mime nutrveliiun wetitlii-r ml lhe
liiii(jitt iliiyn run on the voytiije, Ih Iiiij'
4tS miles. !
Sunday (present writing) generr
writing unit pm-kiuit up (lay, it we
hone to n nt, ll.ivr,. lu-f,ri i n r.m. '
Tills evening there will Im a cuiiccrl,
thea' being wverul tinted nitmU-ld iiw
illld theittrii-ul BMi,le on tmiird who
will take ptirt. Thin IjcIiih our lust
tilghl ulKHird, lietti4 urn U'litliiK
feverbhly In iintielpiitioii of the lMigi l
forlund mid tho still more hunted for
wheeU. All ln point toirmMl weather! THE APHRO WEOICINE COIPiltf,
ll lftol'loll lini... All , .f,-l. ! WiMlcmlJWUiU. ,llJ?,l-tlUI.ANI, DR
' f, I .11 llll llj 1,11-1, I ,1 I Ju ki .
Home or miniyiiij; (lie raiiiiUcatliniM of
A. ntl'-KCOTT, J. A. VKNKHH
PRESCOTT o VENESS
Miiiitifue'.urersofand Iealcrs iu
FIR AND HARD WOOD
I U 1 1 !'l I 1 1 IK I D 1H3SHCM I Li 1 111! Oi
J. A. WHEELER, Manager.
So Knitl Uu
NovrliKtu, iu ii he
neve- Mike mure
truly, mid he nilehl
lia added wilti ciiml fort-e, that merit
n uir rweme (, micccm. Wiwloin'
RolK-rlme i. the ivihuimii of merit, ami
il hlninrv ueicM, ' The manli-al cf.
feet ut lliU prrpmnliiiii have turn attort
t hy tliimwiuilK o the lt-itiii ladiciof
am iety and Hie jikf. u i t)c 0i v artU
cle ever ilinvf red wliii-h Riven a A'iir.
ami ,Viii tint to the r,uiiple(on,
at the aanic tune n imivinjf all nniKhneM
of the fuce mid tiriiin ami leaving the
kin aofl, amooili and velvety. It ha
limn Ih-cii the atinly of eliemista to pro
duce an article Unit while ii would ca.
r the conipleimt would hIku liars the
tuent f la-iiij( hitrmltss, but theie two
iin-K,rtniit cptalitien were never brouelit
together until rninhined in
Fakr'a Ukn hmk Pills.
W. T. SHARMAN
f 'r feiinilo Itri-nular
H luw maiii-i. Afrr
f.iil, etj- reniiillv tuHt
nv ti ituiineiit U.li
ii-in hi,-, una-aiiiix.il
m itiii, v a iii,t . (m
liim'i l I,iin0uir4r..
, nmv, )llili
Hciit lo ai,y ail.lrwa,
ai'i'iirw hy ma I
SUITS MADE TO ORDER.- FIT GUARANTEED.
Custom Goods forj Merchants .nd others recut and pressed
I will oi(Mi monthly uccountii with Merchants at ludcpcndcnc? and
Monmouth for rtH'titlin.
C STiSBET, Opposite IP- O.
K. T. 1IKXKLU.
W. IF. WALKER
character," and its membership
shall be comprised of "editors am!
publishers of legitimate, periodic-uls
it would seem Unit to the above
there can be no reasonable ob
jectioius urged. At the meeting
last year it was thought that a
tn(etiii)j in Portland, a display of
type, printer's supplies, aud ma
chinery would add to tho interest.
All tho type houses of the United
States have been informed of this
request and many hive taken
partial action. The sights about
Portland are well worth muting and
ii an excursion isptaiiuea one Irum
Portland cut most easily be ar
ranged. It is proposed to take a
tour of Puget Sound this year, visit
ing Tacoma, Seattle, Port Town
send, Victoria, Whatcom, Ana
cortes, Olympia, etc., which will
bo an instructive aud enjoyable
trip occupying only about three
days. Taken all together wo be
lieve that the coming meeting iu
Portland will be ono of the most
interesting aud profitable of any
THE FOURTH AT SALEM.
OREGON PRESS ASSOCIATION,
Very many of the members of
the press association at the meet
ing last year were much opposed to
holding its next meeting in Port
land; but it was decided to meet
Three tliouHiind jieoplu from Polk
county Is a low entimute of Uioho ut the
celebration ut Hulem on the Fourth.
The RU-itinbout Jloiirf hud over two
hundred on board. Promptly ut the
appointed hour the proccHslon formed
aud itfl miiKnilidciice wan an agreeable
surprise. Whim the front part wiw ut
the state capitol, the rear wum h! Ill on
Commercial dtreet. no It can bo necii
what an immense iilliiir it whk. A
trade display In a procession Is always
the most Interesting uml this proved no
exception to the rule. When nil hud
assembled at Marlon Hiiare the Dallas
brass bund opened the program, The
solos by the singers Miss Aihims, Mrs.
Htrlckler, Miss I'arrlsh and Miss Harris
wero, with the excellent choruses,
simply grand. The declaration of In
dependence was remarkably well read
by Will D'Arcy, and the oration by 8,
8. Btratton wus full of patriotic and in
struct! ve facts.
The crowd lias been variously cstt
mated at from 20,000 to 30,000. If was
an Immense um. During the after
noon there were the games of which II
wiis Impossible to see all,
In the evenings contest between five
bauds the Dallas bund wus deservedly
given the lirst prize. Tho Indepen
dence, boys did as well as they usually
do, and should have receeived at lcasi
one of the other prizes, One was given
to C'hemawa and the other to Bilverton,
The fireworks did not amount to much
Taking Bulem's celebration m a whole
It was a grand success. Everybody
was happy arid some even more so.
Miss Maggie Macauluy, of Portland,
Is visiting her sisters here, Miss Alice
Mocaulttyand Mrs. Waller.
the foreign currency .
This letter t-nds us the g.. alilii Is ;
rolling nt angle of almost 4 degrees, I
mid the steiiiner trunk chiming each j
other around the state rouni Honrs !
Of our ride front Havre to Purls uml!
our week' stny In the lutter place I
will tell In a future letter, t'nill thmi,
nimw mid may wo tlml the reality
im fair as our ideas of it uml "all's
n il ivut rv.
t, II. Atwood, I'rovldeiiiv, U I,;
(111). I. Itluek, Klin, Ph.; T. V. ISil'li!
Iiliule, Cleveland, O,; V. W. Dudley,
Whillnsvillu, Mass.; J si. Duer, .1. M
Duer, Jacksonville, III,; K A. Khvell,
I'orthind, Me ; Sherwood Hard, X. V.
City; II, S. lilgglns, Portland, Me.;
Chiui.lt, Iloblis, Cenlrallu, III.; K, K.
Jones, St. Louis Mo; It, I.uea-,
.Moninoutli, Or.; M. C.Morris, Phila
delphia, Pa.; II. T. Palate, Philadel
phia, I'a.; K. J. I'arker, West Chester,
I'a.;Chas. K. Pelion, Lowville, X. Y.;
J. T. (Julmi, Albany, X. Y.j l.ouls
Itobson, Maiden Mass.; I'. It, Tyler,
I'rovldeiiiv, 1J. I ; J. K Wilkinson,
Paris, June 21, IHIMI, (top or I,a Tour
ICifl'el.) This is a most beailllfnl
sight, the river Seine winding like n
silver thread through the city, hotile.
vurds mid flue buildings ami objects ol
urt in all directs, uud the irreen bills In
the back ground, forming as line u
panorama as ne would care to gaze
lion. I am seeing ninny vJonderful
sights and the time here Ih passing
very pleasantly and profitably, lie
eel veil a copy of the Wkht Si ui,; yester
day. It takes thirty minutes to conn
to the top via elevator and tho turn b
four Francs, or 80 cents.
. Uairr I.trcAS.
NoitMAt. Instititij. -On jVIoiidny
there was opened at Monmouth a Nor
mal Inillltite, one of tho first In the
comity, It Is to lust two weeks, uud Is
for teachers only. The present In
structors are Supt. iteynulds, Professors
Ilthi, Jtlgler, Canipliell am! Powell
Arithmetic, music, reading, map-draw
ing, history and rates! hen ics Inivi; been
presented and the interest taken Is very
great. About forty teachers nro in at
tendance, which Is iiullcgood consider
ing that this Is the first utteiiipt.
a rin cubes
loigvw-ijtww-jptHn,.!! .jiiRi. i mmmS
ROOTS ft HERDS,
roRTMi; cure or
AND ALL OTHER DISEASES
ARISINO FROM A
DISORDERED STATEofthe STOMACH
ran sale by all
DRUGGISTS ft GENERAL DEALERS
DR. JORDAN'S A CO'S
museum of mum.
T.",l II hi ki-i hi., Sun I-'riiiii lsi-i,.
tin mill Iriirn Imw to avnlt
It mi'llmi, HIHIlll n 1 1. HI ii n (I
trrillllll'lll piTBiiiiiilly or li.V 1,'t-
iitiiii i,i(Tiiii,i,irii,a or itt'iillal
wi-iiioii a unit ui iu Imi-iiiupk ui iiH-n.
rs'llll fur IllioU. I'riVHlH nltln
-II III Ht-.v fl, t'llllKllllllllllll Iri'li,
Hade fcy Jojr'i Tegetoblo finrauparllU.
tin. Bcldoti, an aged tnd (erble lady at (16
Manon at, Ban Frauolaoo, after golugdown atcad
lly lor montlia wna comploti-ly rmitorod ud li
now well and healthy.
J, H. Brown, book-keopor retuluma. Cured
entirely of hla Indication and eonatlpntlon.
Mlia Clara Melvln, m Kenruoy itroot, 8. P.,
Cured of an aggravated caao ot lnolgeatlou and
1. It. Fouratt, Chief Wliorllngor. foot ot Clnv
itreet, 8. F. Cured f palua lu tho hack, liver
trouble and alck headaohea.
Mi J. Lamphore, 1212 Market atroet. 8. P.. Imd
beeu under pliyalelana' care for two yoara tor
Uver complaint. With tho third bottlo she re
gained her old accustomed health.
Fred. A. Blockor, Baldwin Hotel. 8.1".. anffi,Mwl
lor yoara with dyapepda. Full htttor tha flrat
week and la now cured.
Guatav Solomon of 223 Valencia atroet. 8. F..
ourod of alck hoailachea and liver trouble.
Edward Noatell, 70 Everott atroet. S. If., m-md
f palua In tb back and ebronlo blllouaueia.
Aud oror 1000 othora.
Watches, Clocks and
HISNKLIi & .WALKER,
family - Groceries - and - Country - Produce.
F)U SALE HY
BUSTER & LOCKE.
Tho Public in Most (Vnliiilly Inviti-d to Call mid VrUas Our Livtes
.Si-lcctvd StiM-k of Writing Paprra, Tulili'ts, IViih, Ink,
Kiilors, etc., nlwi All the School llooks in
Ur in the Piihlio Schools.
nnHT iff -run uoiti.n.
oiitlnnl. iik wo buxra or miyotlinr linmit. Not
cKiml.ud by hu.it. ir'tl I'.'l' 'I'll K 41 K N I U K K.
-llMIJiIjiK.tl mH '1 K N R It A I, t, Y. 1 lf
ifi ni' wandwln riiir.... Bmilw nrnM
W&Min '.",H t""!"""! . l'"Htlnii,iiiiltr,
I MP?1"" "' ,IKI"I". I'nilit.u.l"5lf
W ILa A, IhuhiIm, t.l Klrtli Avu, Nu Votk
A Specifio Remedy for Each Disease,
DB HIUER'8 HYDRASTIS- HFftTnRtTivr ..- Btttr)tlon.
lllowl. Curo. Ujiapepaia, tonimUoii and Uaueral Debllil) . A pertwllonleiuid atreugth builder.
DB. HILLER'S ANTI-Btll0U3 STOMACH AND LIVER CURE. cureaBUiout.
Iioaa and all Uv.r froublain Chill, and a'.v.r, lltlarlal Favan, and all Cuboid oondlUona.
DR. HILLER'S CATARRH CURE. Cur.a Acuta CaUnrh, Chronlo Catarrh, and Catarrhal
Uvuinoaa. OuauhHidtouurUi.or.teaKi h.a dlnwUina an lullowri, or wmcj- refunded.
DB. HILLER'S COUBH CURE. Cui-wCoU?, Iloarsenoia,Coiigha,Droii(.hltla,I,lcurla) ii(l
l'iiouiiionl,ndr.lini.Comuuiptlon. Contain, no Opltlaa. Cure Croup tn 10 mlnnta. Trj It
DR. HILLER'S DIPHTKERIA AND SORE THROAT CURE, iwt. and our..
Diphtheria. Will ikmUIv.Ij. our. any aura tiuiwt iu troui 3 to W houra, Cure. IJulna) In 8 daya.
nD 1111 I CD-0 rrurn mint- ...
w... --i a rt.wn wnr., indlaptnaabla In all acuta dlaUaea .Handed with lever.
Mother, ahould bear thla In mind.
(iua WeaitneH, and Loaa sl
Fraveuta aud eurea Sonrl.t F.vei, Huarlatlna, and Meulee.
DR. HILLER'S NERVOUS DEBILITY CURE, cum. N.,v
I'ower, Never I.I I. Hand lor Private ulmnlir tn Hill.. r,, r- a.
' v, . . .nuviavo, Vjill,
DR. HILLER'S RHEUMATIC AND NEURALGIC CURE. Cu. Rh.u,.tin,
Nauralgla, Uout, LuuibnKO, and ttelatlot, by ueiilrallaiiui the blood aolda whloh cute them.
DR. HILLER'S TEETHING CURE. Aid, th. rowth d d.v.iopm.,n 0f children
diirlnn tin toethiMi, period, wiaurea painlen teething; and aound teeth, and prevent, and cure.
Hpa.iua, lllokato, Drain Trouble and Bowel Complaint.. A blewlnv to both uiotherand ohlld
DR. HILLER'S WHOOPING COUGH CURE, rmh wd CurM WhooPint Coujh!
. NoT!lT"h .WPM0" I"- Hl'lart Hydraatlna Reatontlve, Dr. Hiller1. Ilheum.tlo
and NeuralKk Cure, and llr. IIIUer-aCiiKh (Jure, the abov, ,nill...r. putup InTabW m!
and, II not obtainable Ironi your drunjlrt, will ba Mnt fnw by nioll, on notlpt ol pX.
$1.00 per Package. Six Packages for $5.00.
ThewremedlM an the reaull of twenty-flv. yeara ol praotloal prolimlonal .xiwrirneo
re iruaranteed to aura when a our. la p. wlble. l)r. Hiller'. H wt. book ol dlmitinV.. i
treatiu.nl, ooutalnlng valuable InatrueUoua aa to liygleue and diet, wut raaa on wbSoMIm
HILLER DRUG COMPANY. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, U. S. A.
For Sale by BUSTER & LOCKE.
J. F. O'DONNELL,
'4Hu( tiiworlo COOPKB HIMW.)
WILL PAY YOU
To (toil mul In! Our Targe IJiie rf
imm urn ana mm
Your Atti'iition in Ijiwliilljr Culled to the Now (VU-bratH
-WITH WADE CORNER IRONS,.
Which Fit over tile ('onifru in Much a war to bold the Frame and
raniiclri Keriirety together, making it iinpomibl for Corners
to 0Kn. A!ra a Full Line of
HACKS and PHAETONS.
A CAR LOAD OF BAIN WAGONS,
Made Especially for Our Trade,
Just Received Diroct from
DHL-RING & McCORMfCK
Mowers, - Harvesters and - Binders.
LIVERY, A-., FEED
rm0..uLs8 i UrfNUUTo AND REASONABLE RATE8.,
8toik kfl In our care will be well attended to.
sPEciii iccomn rim obul iuhleis.
W. O. COOK,
(Successor to A. J. WHITEAKER)
iMTltet Your Attention to his Ltrge and well selected Stock of
Goods votiMisting of . -
'arlor and Bed-room Sets, Chairs, Car
pets, Lounges, Picturs FramesWall
Paper, and Plain and Fancv
Livery : Feed
u o u d i e an dli s
: and : Sale
First class Turuonts fi,r Conmiercial Travelers. Prices reasonable mid
SatiHfactiou Guaranteed. Give us a ctIK
North End Main St.,
J. N. JONES, Prop
Best and Cheapest,
DEALER IN -
Beam Box Tare Boam N. Y. sl
vyuuKii iimiiiuiiiii. luwommenaea oy rhysioiana
Cures whore nil elite fuiln. PleMsnt and atrreeable to the
uwun viiiiuieii wikb iii witnoiiioDjeciion. liy (IniKRiBta,
6oots Shoes - and - Gloves.
Call and examine our $4.00 seamless Shoe.
H. D. WALLER, Prop'r.
Independence, - - Oregon.