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About The Independence west side. (Independence, Or.) 18??-1891 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 9, 1891)
. J. B. DAVll'aON.
la the death of Dr. J. K. ItavM
son, Tolk county h lont ou of its
most eubstantlM cttUcnn, nml so
ciety worthy member of high
moral tAaraetur ami excoptioiml
mental vigor. Tho doctor cmi
grtd to thUoountry in 1847 when
only a youth in age mi worldly
expcrltuu, but ho wiw wulowod
with vigorous physical count i
tution ami that necuiiitr virility of
mind which always force IMC
Into prominence. Tho schools hud
done little in the way of giving
polish to his mental equipment,
but in the great university of the
world he was an active student and
close observer of the every day
(fairs of men.
Early in life he conceived the
ide of making tho practice of
medicine ft profession, but fuuud
many obstacles besetting the path
way of hi cherished ambition.
Havlug located lu a new and
sparsely settled country,' without
influential Mends, and destitute of
the mental discipline which comes
from professional routine study, he
found himself heavily handicapped
at the very threshold of his career.
Under similar circumstances most
of men would have given up the
idea of fittiiiff themselves for a
learned profe&iou, but not so with
this modest and unostentatious
youth. The many obstacle that
beset hi path only stimulated his
enerav and lent a charm to the
ultimate triumph which his dar
intt intellect so clearly foresaw. He
purchased ft few staudard medical
work and begun the study of med i
cine. This mau of iron will and
Invincible energy would till his
farm during the day, and, then, by
the light of his log cabin tire study
his books during the long winter
evenings, uutil at last ettiipXHl
with the learning that "the explor
ing mind briugs from the caves of
knowledge" he entered upon the
practice of medicine ns a profession.
The pioneer community hud confi
dence iu the young physiciuu's
medical ability, for they were fa
miliar with his studious huhiU, and
recognized his sterling moral and
intellectual qualities. Ilis sub
sequent professional career is a jmrt
of the history of Tolk county, and
he succeeded in building up for
himself the noblest monument auy
man can have the confidence and
esteem of his fellow men. Ilis
word was his bond, nud profession
ally he was honest and faithful in
the treatmeutof the afflicted under
hi care. Dr. Davidson wits a self
made man one of Nature's uoble
men. He lived a worthy and use
ful life, and the world is better for
his having lived. No man can sue
cessfully allege aught against his
good name. He has left tho indel
ible impress of his vigorous uud
practical mind upon the cominuui
ty of which he was so conspicuous
a member. A noble soul h;w sunk
into that sleep called death as peace
fully as "he who wraps the drapery
of his conch about him and lies
down to pleasant dreams.''
Senator C. B. Farwell, of llli
noise, has succeeded in securing a
congressional appropriation of
'2000 for experimenting in the arti
ficial production of rains. It is
proposed to explode dynamite in
the air, and it is supposed that the
aerial cencussions occasioned by
rapid and powerful explosions will
effect the necessary atmospheric
conditions to produce rain. The
theory is decidedly problematical.
The ablest scientific authorities are
quit skeptical in regard to the
probability of producing rain by
artificial means. Prof. KuhhuII of
the Royal Society of Jiew South
Wales, states the question very
clearly. He says:
"It would eem nnreiuwnitble to linik
(or the economical prod notion of rain
under ordinary oircumatancea, and our
only ohance would be to take advantage
of time when the atmosphere ia iu the
condition called nnatable equilibrium, or
wbea cold ourrent overlie warm one.
If uader theae condition) we could act
the warm current moving upward, and
one flowing Into the oold one, conaid
erable quantity of ram might fall, but tins
favorable condition aeldom eziata iu na
ture.' The latest sensation in the ex
ploration world is an aerial voyage
to tho north pole in a balloon. Two
adventurous young Furiniui),s, an
aeronaat and an astronomer
Messrs. Besaccon and Hermite
are going to attempt the hazardous
voyage. The explorers will sail
from France in two steamships in
the latter part of May, so as to ar
rive in Spitsbergen in July, aud
then soon as the favorable south
winds set in they will depart on
their aerial journey for the north
pole. It is almost safe to predict
they will fail to reach the point
where the earth spins upon its axis,
The two young scientist and there
three assistant? will probably never
return from their sail over the ice
fields of the north polar sea.
TH JfUNKKAL, OUSMUJIEH.
Mr. NeeaiKb Latid to Rt Simple but
Imprcaalv Rite A. large Funeral
The remain of Mr. Pauline GolT-Nei-aitb
were laid to rest laatTburaday noon
voder the auapioea of the Eplacopul
eburoh. A large conooume of people at
tended tb funeral, and many friend
irom a diatunc were present ta pay their
tnbut of respect ttttli memory of the
tra siut nobis woinin, win senile
spirit bail Hod from IU fruit tenameut of
Among lb dtetiiiitulalied person from
sliroNil wores Mm. M. F, leit, of
IStrtUml; Hon. A. Hush, Jiulu R. P.
Borno uil i-l1o, MiMxIy, of 8atem.
tjtilt omul r of fnetiila from atiruad
went present, while llw frirud in III
immediate uentlilxirlimij tiuiiitl out u
Mnium, Al least tlire huiidrvd people
were present, urn) mil titty earn
furmed in tins for tit funeral ptaeeiou.
Tho funeral aerviee of Hi Kpiaeopal
ehureh wn reail by Her, V, L. MeKwau
of Portland, st Ilis realileiica of the u
aaed, l'h aemoea wer very simple
but mipreiv; no eitemptiraueont re
mirka were iKil b.v tli apeuiei, it
b ivintf own Niintli'i rene! that llie
iTTHH should 1 M UmwIvUlHllOIII It till
simple m poaailil. After the reatlinif
sntl mleiuu t ileum oni tli eakl
m lifted into the limped hear, mill th
d inarch to the urate m beitun, All
that waa mortal of the iliead wa placed
to rent tel,l lbs inarbl which
mark ths restiua plao of her liualwtiil
iu the bountiful umt on the batike of
the liioarealt. The burial rite were
lioiple in the extreme eonmsttiia! of a
ahort eervice rend (mm the Kpiaonpal
ritual, a prayer, sdIiiub ehanl iu which
runny of Hi atiilienee joined, mid tlien
the eaaket and ii pr.t?Uue remiiitii
were oonxiuued by the minister to
mother earth, "duet to dual, ashes to
aahee, etc." In ileiie ami with nn awe
hushed air the pepl diaperaed mi it wi-nt
their way to their respective limnee.
Mra.0. T. Hurkharl.Jif Alliiny. ami
Mr. K. M. tiilT are the ouly lini iter
aud brother of the ileceiwed.
Til It lU II.IIKKM.
Klnt WUiliiin lii 1 hvr iuiiirlvil
Th plan on wlili-li lo liullit
A Irmple imiol. Willi wIum rviiuwn
Tb av liall be Bltwt;
Tlirouih whiwe brlntil wulU the wllllni M
To walk aliall never itw;
Kr all my wajra are plNwauliima,
Anil ail my pallia are
Then Mtrntit gt olie, It hull lie nilna
tta pillar to aupnorl,
To eliirlfy lla larn tmllt walla
Kri'lil ir h t Inner miirl;
Mm louplmlil lla Inftjr naif
With emptiaala autillme,
Wlill tmiiplM built by man alnue
Ylvlit lo lbs touch of lira.
Tlien llnmly: Title my her a,lnrn
Your walla Willi living tight;
To pmphrey or enmlng dara
W hone dawn ahall b murebriglit
Than ma of morning, o.ui day a cild,
Than light ol aun or alar,
Hohold, Uin the inuteru blll
Vour King Irluinphlal rar!
tie mm In It la Impanel mb
And gllllrrlug diadem;
Th Unmr bill ai-ed-pearla uin
Ilia gnriueuta pai fi- hem:
W arv Him wlwre It enlerelli In,
Our plana but baduw Ilia;
To, earth, and air and give pralae
Knr all that In them l!
He boldeth all tlilnga by Ilia might,
Al'polulaiwh alar lla Im.-k;
Krum th heglnnlng Uud that liaikedi
We turn th pngv bark,
Ourllod la Wlad.un, lie la la Strength,
Aud Ik-auty, three In una:
II gave ua twtng, and taintnit
The work than w bav dn.
DAVIDSON At bia reeidencw In luile
pendetioe. Or., at M.'JO a. tu. Saturday,
Jau.8rd, lH'Jl, Dr. J.V.. Dimdti,iid
C7 year, 1 mouth aud It day.
Joliu E. PariJaoa wa bora id Warren
county, Kentucky, November 'rd. ISV3.
and hi parent removed to Illliinli
when be was only oliild. In 1HI7 he
euiurated to thia country 1u ooupapy
with hia parent, brother and aialer.
lie looaled a donation land claim near
Bueua Viata, and ou Aiiuuat Htli, 1H.V.)
win uoited in umrriaue to Mia Miherva
Davi who atill aurvivea him. Ouly one
child waa born to tham--Charlea who
wna bora Murch 24th, lHo.') aud died
November 1st I), lHtil Ha aa a child of
more than annul prnmie, iiiJ bia death
waa a aevere nffliction to hit pari tiU. Iu
early life Di. DaviJaon eutered upou the
practice of medicine aa a profion, aud
byatrict atteutiou to liuamwui eatablialied
a large practice. He enjuyeil (be eat.vin
of everyone who came in couUtat with
him either In buaiaea or eoclal relation.
Dr. Davidaon waa prudont and econom
ical iu the nintinuement of hia bnaineea
nfTnirn. nu.l by induatry tind perseverance
attcceeiled in eatabliiihiii(r lumanlf in com-
fortiible oirciimatnuce. He wna nu lum-
orB1,,le raIubr of ,u8 Ma''0 Eternity,
nuu nun uuncu uiiuvr nip uiiauit-n Ol
Lyou lodge of tin city. The doctor had
been in fuiling health for a year or more,
but recently hia health failed bim o rap
idly that lie wu con fined to hi rooms
and the closest care and attention were
required at the baud of bis pliyaiciau
nud attendanta. He made a bruve stand
ngainat the stealthy march of the Oreat
Conqueror, and during bis entire illness
be bore up against the ravages of disease
with remarkable patience and courage.
He fully realized that his sojourn upon
"this bank and shoal of time" was rapid
ly drawing to a close, end tbat at any
moment the curtain of Time was liable to
ring down npon hi earthly career. The
ordeal of death hud no sting for bim.
Hi confidence in the Divine Oooduvss
was unfaltering, and his faith in the fu
ture lo was with him a certain ity.
While sitting np in bed conversing with
his brother Jnmes O. Davidson, the sum
mons cam for him to cross over "the
river and rest beneath the shade of the
trees" in the beautiful Hummer Land.
The primary cause of bis death was gen
eral dubility of the physical system of
long standing, the immediate cause wa
heart trouble of tome kind.
The funeral and burial ceremonies
were plain aud simple the ritualistic
rites of the Musonto fruternity. A large
oonoourse of people attended the bnrial
at the Odd Follow cemetery, At 2
o'clock p. m, Hiinday, Jnn. 4th, the funer
al cortege left the residence of the de
ceased for the burial grounds, where the
remains were laid to rest, "Kurth toenrth,
ashes to ashes, dust to dust" was the fare
well of the Noble Ordor to which the de
ceased had for long been an active
and worthy member. His worthy widow
has the heartfelt Hympathy of he entire
community iu this hour of her severe af
fliction. There are hU surviving members or
the fnmlly, three sisters and three brothers,
namely: Mrs, David Johnson, of thl
city; Mrs. li. F, Uurcli, of Oregon City;
Mr. Loandor Jlurkhurt, of Albany, Or.;
James 0. DavidHon, of Parker, Uezekiah
Davidson, of Pomeroy, Wash., and Jona
than D ividaon, of Tillamook city, Or.
Mrs. Davids ou and relatives of the de
ceased wish to return their sincore thanks
Ui the people tit luilepeudeuce for the
many kinilue akowa the dootor during
liw lute llloeee.
A HrHAiNstt Aents. While relurtiiPtf
bonis from church Inal Huaday niht
Mr,J,E. r.lkln slipped and pralnd
bar ankle quite eevarely, Mint will piou
bly be oon lined to her nmra far m-vurnl
day owing to thl mlaliap.
Assuau Kt.aeTtos. The 0k Vlea
Orange will hold it regular mutual elo
lion at Orange bnll lu tlilaeily, Satiirdu),
Jan. llllh Imttwit, sill) o'clock a, m. A
full alteuilanc of the memberalilp of the
lodti iaearneally solicited a Hie buai
nee tu be lranancle.1 ta of importune.
ltiv. Dii. IIii,i..-Io thedeulhof lie.
Dr. 110. Hill, of Alliiiny, another old
pioneer hat gone over to Join the Hllent
Mivjority, mid Oregon baa It l eiliaen
of more than ordinary mental ability aud
force of character, The dootor wna called
to Join "lh lunililierabl Ournvan" on
Tuts Ctrv CoCMnib. Th city council
adjourned !t Friday night without a
quorum, and will coiiveu again tontghl.
Irtiiiaaol ailoll bnaiueaa aa may (tome be
fore the meeting, anil then it will tie in
order to turn all book, aeeoiinla. the
oflWra, good will, loover lo the new
council eleoi. The new metuhera will
bear lu mind that tonight ia the lime of
llieir tlrat regular meeting, and they will
ph-nae be on band nt their roapertive
piMta of duly.
Th Fimt HoT.Th drat boat of
the at'itniii onuie up Hie river laat Satur
day, It wa the Utile ateamer Mimaa
nillo from Portland, and ia employed
tatting log for the Willamette 1'nprr
Mill. Tint Initial trip wa ami ply lo
teet the dt'pttl of water preparatory to
commeiioing Ihe regular boating eaaoo,
The Miiiitttnillo ia 'going aa fur up the
Willamette a the Hunt mm ou (hi trip
aud lliou relurti lo I'orllaud.
Tanks to Sr, VtscasT HoariTAU
Mr. Ijougaure. of lleuua Viala, who waa
taken lo Nt. Vincent boapitul al I'orllaud
laat Tbnraday, auffereil conalderatile
pain and eihaiitmn from the fatigue of
the Journey. Mr. I. tut been anmvigid
for aoiuelnne and ber diaeaae I o com
plicated, il ia thoiigtit by her pnyaioian
that acnlical urgicnl oeratiou will have
to li performed before permanent relief
ono be obtaiuisl. Dr. Iee.ot tin city, and
Dr. Iiia'ke. Iliieua Viata, accompanied
her lo 1'iirtland.
Sau Nawa. Ou New Year' dy our
aiteempil fitllitw towiiau.an, W. K. l!rey,
rrccivml a letter frma hi brother, Frank
Cry, of Couciird, N. IU alaling that
their father, U m. 1', Cteuy. bad died at
at hi horn in Hrud'orl, S. H,on('hri
maa day. Our good lieigliUir fcvla very
keenly the death of hi venerable father
who wiut HO je'tr of en at the tune o
hi trnniilimi Into the biuher life, 10 ne
the teriiiini'lu.v of 'lie faith in winch tie
wits a belr vrr, Mr. Crr' illi.ra wn
quite brief, having I it ill only shout
twenty-four liniir. He (msad away
Very peacefully and wna coiiacioua almot
to the lual momenta nf Ilia life.
Trai'iikiis' iNartrtia The l.auher'
meeting held lit Mi.nmoiilh. l'ec '.Till.
WW callial to order liy Hnpl. VV. I. K.y
oolds. I'r if. Murphy dcllveted the ad
dress nf welcome. 1'rof. ItiuuuMa di
onaae.1 the best tuelhiHl of teaching hiatory
IU M-hool. Mi Iorelta Smith nave her
method of leatihiug gcogriipliy, and Mim
Clura Hall read an ry 011 ' IWaiamai
biltlie of a Teaclmr." i'rof. lteynolda
eiplaincd lu pUn of mup drnwlug, and
argued that it ia he-it to train both the
mind and hand at the inn time. There
were sum iweuty-flve teacher iu attend
ance, and the meeting wn quite inter
esting aud instructive, l'laoeof ueilmeet
ing and prngrum loft with the uperiii.
tended t, who will notify the le icher etc.
A Phahakt HtiarntHiL The Odd Fol
low fraternity of this city were given a
pleasant siirprio on last Saturday even,
ing. The wives of the gentlemen mem
ber of the lodge very quietly arranged
among themselves to givu their liege
knight plenum! surprise, ami, of
course, whatever woman proposes ahe
doe. It was regular lodge meeting, and
when the nuhle grand ntiiiniiiiced recess
the hvlie gracefully walked into the hull
and staled the purpoae of their coming,
The members were morn than pleased to
welcome their fair eiitertsmers, so nn
interesting prngnm was soon arranged
which consisted of iihihio bulh vocal and
instrumental. Mr. M. Ii. White and
family rendered several pieces of music 1
in tlieir hnunie4 style. Lunch was 1
served which consisted of cuke, pie,
..,.,.., c,0. m er.Miiug was pnsaeu j
very pieasintiy. I DO metutinr of the j
iwuk-e, ineir mines aim inn invited guests
all seemed to enjoy the social hospitali
ties of the occiihIoii.
A man who hm prai-lleed ineitlrln Hir 40
yeiirs, iHiKht bi knew aalt fnnii auiiar; ivn.l
wluit h auy a:
.... Toi.rno, i.,,lun. m, intfl,
Maaara. F. .1. Cheni-v A r.ili iillBineni-I
luivaliwn in Ihe snierul prm tlee nf uiiMlh-lne
fur 1111 ml (0 yiwra, mid wnulil any Hint In sll
my practice and Xicrlcnce Iiuvm never accn 11
preiiirllmi Hint I cimlil priwrlhe Willi nn
much conflilwicn nf HiicccHH na I cmi Hull n
Cularrli Cure, niiiniifiielured ly yu. Iinv
preaerlbed It 11 nrwit iniiiiv tlnia niul Ita (.fled
Is wondiirnil, unit would any In auicliialiui
thill I huvo yet tn find aenaei'ifCnliirrli tlnil It
would not cure, If they would Inkn It iwcnrd.
Ing to direct lima, Voura truli-
1 1. 1,. lnltKlrll,M. I,,
. utile, UlDHiiininltHI,
We will lveSI(l for iinv i-nw, if Catarrh ihnl
cannot he cured Willi IhiU a Uiliurh Cure
r . .1. ciiK.-nnr.Y rn "rona., Toledo, t).
.Hold hy IlriiKKlKlM, Jmi. '
Take It Before Breakfast
7h! l apiwllsiT, tonic nud liver reeulalnr.
In urn for mure tliiin W yciira lu Knulimd
I'oalllv ai(H'IMn for liver complaint. Had
lual In th moiilh on nrlahiK ly tin sslaaar.
dull pains In the head unit hack or Hie eves
tired feellnu , dlssluess, liuiKour-ayinploma of
vcrcompliilnl, Keme,lyir. HenleVa Krts
Mali Dandelion Tonic, Knllevea uoiiHllimlloii
ahiirnnna Mi Hppntlle suit lonea up tlu'enllr
ayalein, (let tho enuliic rroni your driiuiilat
Worse than Leproay
Is ontarrh, mid there is one but one pre
paration that duet oure that disease, 11 ml
that is the California Positive and Nega.
live Eleolrio Liniment. Hold bv nil
druggists. It also cures neuralgia,
rheumatism, headache, sp'uins, burn
sua an pun. Try It and tell
Degihbor whore to get it.
All penon knowing themselves ludvbt
ed to the undersigned will picas propnre
for a cash settlement by Jan. 1st, as I
need money and must have 11. I ahull
keep my book at Whiloaker's art gallery
8-t ' A. J. WaiTgAggB,
THE CRY OF MILUONtl
OH. I"rY BUCK I
TOP IT NOWi
0ON IT Wilt at TOO
I k.a koakual aaae
tkaaw Um kUlarr W baa UU
vilEoul rail? AlwlllMiMaAa.a
I wa mSnaw fraaa T atat
ktad mnkiMie mm ov. iieawn
OMKOON KIOHRV TIU, ml
toM, I !Millalre euaaaiMHaal
lag la a. II bad
aanwtaiiNi atftci. aia aa
lakaual of all the gwawt al Ik kataa
aa a arw aaya.1 aa kappy k, aaa.
wall I M aw . I wui
raauiiia Ik law ka all a
a I kav keaav,
o. a. Torria,'
rKpri OrakWatal Ha!,
NO MORE BACKACHEI
ROOTS & HERBS,
roaiTMc coat: or
n in ! fit,
AND ALL OTHER DISEASES
DISORDERED STATE VTit STOMACH
rot BAtg aTV ALU
DRUKISTS ftONERAL DEALERS
li, hi fkVftt i tt t
ror iui i itMtu rnct
4 ijij.i. i.ii I'lldUilMitu
til li'l'l. It i fcflltl lla0 vtf
if" i-,.4 Mi,
rr . .i t u- A.ltif
U. M nH4 CO.
Fabor's Colder? Female Pills.
Knr Famate lirrriilar
n the inaikal. ,v
iiv iiinmiuanl laillaa
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THE APHRO IE0ICINE COIPIRY.
WMtwuilnacU, Bi7, foKTLANU. e
Fur awl uy liiuutr 4 Um h.
"Iha Jvrvay l.llr."
A1IU,KA Cottaok, I- H,, July t
1 lt-11 1 Ir doii: AIIImi' tl ta very lliuimial fiir
mr in ti ur Intiiitia nr waalim. i HI, In
awrr l ruir rmiitt, I Iinv irli-tl WtadiHu'a
luif-t rrrtm auu HniM-riiiiT. 11m inrnivr 1
miitlitrr w.wlullv rin-Mi-litia lit maa uf
rtMlKlilim.nr Ilia afclll, Nll.l I hav twn llaiua;
It evt-ry any lir the laat ariniiilt. 1 ei
fc.iiu.l Iha ItiilN'rllue an n.-rllrnt in-'r.
aitoit In cnw. tif tn. atmliiirtt, tr,
ratlaa.l lif vMaiaurn In tnr.-i wllnU aUtl a
July aim. Yi'iira lullliAilly.
I.II.MN I I HV
Ti) Mrara, Wlavlum a l'.
For ishiI and Im gn lo II. D
Dr. T. J. I.ce returned from a profes
sional viait in Cortland last Friday,
Kul lino detitid work gn to Mulk
Ibiyier, Wilson block, Dulhoi, Or.
Mr. II. 11. Haves, of Corvalli. la clerk
ing for Mtlhuinell A Holler of Una oily.
Mr. and Mr. Wayne Williama re
turned home f ri.111 the Smiiid Inst Mon-
Ulim Clara 1'iippletoti and her brother.
Mutter Itulph, left here fur TuComa laat
Dr. W, F. I'ruden lost a SKXMiora
from nn attmlk of the bluij ataggers one
iinv last week.
Mrs. 0, I', niirkhnrt, of Albany, was
visiting at Mrs. Nitney Uuit' in this city
on last Saturday mid .Sunday.
Mrs. J. H. Alexander, of Iliieua Viet.
has been spending the holidays with her
mother. Mrs. Uniitv. in this citv.
Mr. lleriah Doming, who bus been
visiting here for several days, returned to
his home 111 Lane county last Monday
Mr, Peter Ot.ok, of Portland, arrived
in town on Monday of this week, lie re
ports badness lively down nt Ihe metro
MiHsCora ltohiiiHiui, of tnis city, ha
returned to the Good Katnaritan hospital
at Portland where she is engaged ns
Miss I'lorn Spender who lins bnnii vinit
iugutMr. E, C. Peiitlnud's for the past
several months returned to her homo nt
Uncle (lurey Emtiree, of loilliis, is vis
iting friends and relatives 111 this city.
Uncle Carey is now in his With year, but
t still quite vigorous in both mind nml
Prof. A. M. Bryant, principal of th
Dallas public school, was 111 this city sev
ernl days last week on btisiii"Hs, The
Professor owns large real estate interests
round nbout Falls City,
Messrs. Kiiklaiid and Oihsoti are going
to erect R dwelling in the west part ol
town. Mr, W. H. Ferguson has the
building undtr omitruct, and will begin
work as soon ns the lumber gets here,
Mr, Frank Henry, of Weston, Or, nr
rived in towu 1 nut (Saturday, and will re
main several days visiting aiming h
many friends in this community, Frank
reporlH tines aomewliat dull 111 Eastern
Oregon, but otherwise lie is quite well
pleiiueil with Hie country.
Independence and Mwumoiith Moler Line
' attack Uat aiaauai eT T
acka aaaaavr lual I wa,""! ,
al H ana .lava M
a !". al ea aiy ". wa
YAQUIXA HAY ROUTE.
Oregon Pacific Kailroad
T. K. IIOIKI, ItMCVIVRM.
IrcgQii D8!tlpimont Go's StetmBn.
C'nrt Lias to California.
:a'i;ht and Fares the Lowest.
STKAMUt CAIMNO HATKM.
StMittr WII.I.AMKrrit VAM.r.V.
Uav Va iilna: Jen. I, I, IU, JT.
Laave Han franc-lw'oi Jnn, , , ts, II,
Train No, II will run Tueadava, Thursdays,
naHsiiirtlya,atiHm Intrnia(llali1ay whn
Train N,U will run Mninlaya, Wenoawlay,
and Krlilnya, nml r'i luinriiiixllat day wlxu
T'lU -i'm sua rrva lie right k
-MiHa .aiaa w llil,lll linura,
, Mi. M.-. i iili iha r. ft. t. as
.1H1, II Luli,ltslld Allatuy,
W. II. W KIIMTKIl,
(ton, K. P. Atl.O.D.I o,
!M Montioniery St.,
V. U, HtXIUK,
nn, r, i. ah
0. 1, it, k. '
GRIIAT OVHRLAND ROUTE.
Northern Pacific R. R.
IWO rATTKAtlU PAIl.T,
MO CH 4 HOI Of CAM
SHORTEST LINE TO CHICAGO
Aa4 til Mnu Kul, via
St Paul and Minneapolis.
THE I0RTHOU PiOTIO UIUtOAO
la th auiy Ua ftaaala
atimd t'laaa skara it' ot thsr)
Ltuuri" ! Wuaahaa,
tallman I'alar Slaanlul far,
I'alae Ulalai l.'ari, iMmIi T lis;
KIIOM KUtTLANU TO THE KABT
U Uat year Tlcksl mil Tit tkt HertV
ri Paeitto ll.ul svoU sJuukj
Iat rnland al I OB A. U. tat (0 f . M
!! rrl al Mlauplu) m L -ul Maat
I'tCiriO niViaiON-Tialna l rroal
a. (1 nn 411 al II Hi a. . and I 0 p m.
am wal Naw Isram. al I 10 a, at., a !
a., wiikk-iiui with I omcant' Hia lur all
Bulmtoa Bound. A. 11. OIIAKLIoH,
A.UL Ovu 1 1'. Arant, Ka III. rir rlril.
fori 1110, Oiuu.
irrl Cet, flrtt and 0 (irMia,
CT PAUL, T. LOU'S.
Ai.a u remit
.orth ;y South,
Kur rurtbr parlli'iilar tnqulr of any (nt
of thCumiiiy ur
R. D. COOPER,
EAST AND SOUTH
SOUTHERH PACIFIC ROUTE.
lrprM Train! Uav rortland pally,
7 .m r, .
10 ii r. u.
Iltl'l A. at,
l,v. lNirlland Ar.
I.v, Allmliy Ar.
Ar. Nan Kriinelaco l.v.
a a. m.
11 tu r. at.
Abov tralui iloo nnlv l fallowln Mtlou
nnrinni noaeouri: saat ronianu, iirvoa I lly,
wiMHiiiurn.saieui, Aiiuy, Txiswit, snwldi, H
V, liarrlabur, Jaucllun City, Irvlu alia k-
Roseburg Mail. Daily.
I'nrtland stll) a. at.
Itoafbur ....:! A. ,
RoaehnrK ,, ,.: e, .
Mrtiand ....!:). M
AUmny Local Dully (Except Sun'y)
Pnrlland t:0Or H.
Albany I.0, at.
Albany .... t 00 r. .
fortlaud I 00 4. a
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS.
For aecommndattnn el Saonnd claii uKniaii,
ltuhd tu Kipraa Tralaa.
West Side Diviaion.
Uetween Portland and Corvalli
MAU, TRAIN DAILY (liwplaund.y.)
H 86y. m.
11:11 A. .
U lOr. a.
At Albany and Corral 111 eonnaat lih ln.l. al
0run 1'aolno Kailroad.
EXPRESS TRAIJI DAILT (Except Sund'y)
HeNlnnvtU 7r. u.
Portland . ,..!:. u.
Portlsnd ... iMr.lt.
atcMlativlll 146 a.m.
THRODQH TIOKBTI TO ALL POIUTI
EAST AMD BOOTH.
rortlektsid tafaraiatlaa aatrdlDrrti
BMlav aU.. J1 on auaaaaua'a aaul
at P. aOdllM,
Aaak (4, 1. A !-. A1
CUSi tela, lauis, irsjsHli,
NsarsssM, WlMitsiai 0sa,0rs,
ll. Aslnsis. snd avirv aflariioa al k
nil and OtlSlt. lacludfo Oaaaunallaa 1
iedf aaVanwaM Uaaida l(aj " l. Illaj,''
A I' H ICS K NT
to tin at iuk Kiiieru-
It i with pleasure that we announce lo
uttr many patron ihst w have made ar
rangement with that wide-awake, illut
trated farm magusln. the Amrriean
farmer, published it Fnrl Wayne, Ind.,
and read by nearly 200,000 farmer, by
which tint great publioatloo will be
mailed direct, FKKK, lo the addrea of
any of onr ubaariber who 00m in and
pay np all arrearage nn siilse-nptions to
January 1, 181)1 and on year 10 adveno
from Jannnry 1, 1891, tad to any new
subscriber wbo will pay one year id ad
vnnee, Thi I grand opportunity to
obtain a flret-olu farm Journal free.
Tb AmeWcmn Furmrr is large 16V
page Journal, of natioual olrotilntion,
which ranks among tho leading agnonl-1
tural piipera, It treat the question of ,
economy in agiicitltiire ami the right
and privilege of that vast body of clti
aeus Amerienn Farmers whose lodu-
try is tb bawl of all material nud n
tlonal priwpority. It high! purpose
th levatmii and amiohling of Agri
aitltur through the higher and broader
duo stint) of raeu and women engaged
it pursuits. The regular siibsuiiption
price ot the American Furvirr is tl per
year. Ii COUTH YOU NOTHING
From any one number, ideas ouu be ob
taitied that will lie worth tlmo the sub
eription price lo you or member of
your household, tar you uar it riiit.
011 and e sample oopy. This olfo
hulili giKid nutil Januurr I, lH'Jl.
ANOTM t.lt Ol I I 11.
We have decided to let many of 011
eesiomen wbo wish to take the weekly
OrtnmVm do ao In ooiijiiuction with
Wast Him, Onr offer is as follows: i
th mm of I3.SU ottsh lu advance we 1
mail you th Waurr Hiua from Jen. I. 'f
to Jan. 1, '92, and also th weekly (tit
01m inn. W esniiot nuke this otfer efie
January 1H01, nor hav sulsicripti
(tartbefor that time. Have your nil
sertptinns uutil the let of Jsutisry.
I'HEMItM OK mi,
Our offer to subscribers of the Wrmt
Bid n year and American Farmer
ou year, all for li ahould not be ml
nuderstimd. Tbeaubacrlption mmt dale
from Jan. 1, 'VI to Jan. 1, Vi All
arrearage must be paid lo that time,
aud ninat be cash in advance, Thla is
very liberal offer, aud It )ou want it
NOW end u t'l 50 aud get both papers
np to January VI
MIM Ada Judaow. Urt, WUlUaav
JUDSON & WILLIAMS,
Something f'e 1
I;: hi P;l:::
Outnnird, rdy lo stlek real to anything.
Clarda, IwkeU, wall lira, ulna, letter, uvlup
nUinipt) albutia, wedtlln nl,tci.
16 for $1.
nd a pliut(ropli (rnbluel alir nf ymirwlt
orfrlauda. All pilot. fniiia aent to hip all
b earefullv bandied, anil rttlurneil wllh th
Addreuall orders lo
W. H. Whiteaker.
Independence, ... Oregnn.
H. M. LINES,
IMifcl ENDKNCE, OUKGON
A full and complete line of Funeral good
Always on liana.
5T Qllt Slcy (iQ0(i
Ladies and Gents Fur
Srost Complete Slock of
Boots and Shoes
In the City
A. B. GRIGGS,
MEAT : MARKET,
t. P. Inrlns, cutter. Choice meat
lUy ea hand. DavidMBi's Brisk.
BEAMER & CRAVEN,
- Petlei-s In
All kinds of Ilnrnesa and Kmltllopy
Gooils. Carriagi! Tii miliar uud
''ECI AL " r:r6aINS. " "
Curry Cpnibti, tluce Imps, cents.
, llnislies, 10 edits.
Coniploto set of Tenm Harness.
Prescott & Veness,
Independence Saat fHill
MaanrACTi km; or ami iikw m
FIR AND HAUn WOOD, r.OUGII AN' I) DliESSED LUMBEB
Ia. A. Wa.i.. Mangr. " Hid. ,m nd i.rr, Oregoi..
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.
rinVCUs. TurnouU for Commercial Traveler. Price reaaonabla and BaUiu
tlon guaranteed. Oive u a Call.
K0RTII END MAIN STREET, J. N. JONES, Tion.
Independence Roller . Mills,
GEO. SKINNER, Proprietor.
Tliew) MillH, now btiildini: w ill lgin ojHT.it ionn almut th first of
Ndvcuilier, 18!tO, Hint will then ! ircirwl to buy li-ut or Htore for
uho of fitriiicrs tlirotipli the wiuon.
Until the Rlevittor in (oiiiil'td client will la received at soma
wurchoiwe here, and flour In wnne will binlelivcr.il at the Mill door.
Independence. - Oreaon
Sash, Door and Manufacturing Co
lluvlii In full (i)H-mll(in a Kltirtevan Dry Kiln and a'erHl tlmuaand dollara worth
iimfliliuTj , are mm pn-paiMd to nil any and all ordr for mill work. Orders solicited
imm any part of tlie valley, wlilcli will nwln pnmit attention. To our loeal euaUmr w
a Ulitiimij lliat wa will have eimataritly ou hand all Hi luti-at dualKtia In our trade. Prompt
BtUiiitliiii wU b given and prliM low aa cittalti-nt with paid worlc.
e-omre, corner Trad and II 1Kb trert. Halem; P. O. box No. XA.
INDEPENDENCE FENCE WORKS.
F. M. GATES, Proprietor.
Mr. K. M. Gates ha one of the latect improved Fent-ing MacLine
with which he ia prepared, on short notice, to manufacture a
First-Claea picket and wire funce. Thi ia the best fence to be
For Farms, Residence Property, Chicken Yards and Divlton
On C Street, 0pp. the City Eolel, Independence, 0rt
Mitchell & Bohannon,
-V Manufacturer of
SASH & DOORS.
SCROLL SjWINQ AND
Mala Street, Independence, Orego.
J. R. COOPER
Of Indppeudeuce, liuviiiga stcani
engine, a brick machine and several
acres of finest clay, is now prepared
to keep on hand a fine quality of
Urick, which will be sold at reason
BEST I!l THE WORLD.
Tta waarloc qualltlaa ar unaurpaaaad, actually
ot-'laatine two buxaa of any othar brand. Mot
aaoiaa iy bMt. i -j ivr t li k i: ! 1 1 x k.
C St., Independence.
I HI. flU 1 1, Mil
First olass in every resjient. Spep'ttl
attention given trausiont eustomrrs. A
"ample room for commercial travelers.
O. A. KRAMER,
Watch Mato and kck,
Want Your UoimiIiIii.-.
Watehwpalrlng a speelnlty. Will lv vim
bargains In WaU-hes, Clofks emt Jewelry.'
Buster & Locke
Arohltcct and Draughtaman,
ROOMS 8 T BlTgU-nSEVMAN BLOCK,
COMMERCIAL St . . BALEM. OR.
I c A
1 a. vttm
all U fciwvawik
. A RIDING HORSES.
e e e e 4
FOR TORPID LIVER.
A tairpld liver draa- th hlSr
(aa, ana pradaie)
Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheu
matism, Sallow Skin and Piles.
Tkr ta no better remedy forth)
nainoB tUaeat than Tutt'a U
rUU. aa a trial will prT. rrie,saa
w W. 4. WENGENROTH 4SW
Jaum ;in li, te Mmt bulliiiiif with B. 1,
K iMis.l'a hla'kamlth ihop. H li an rnf1
mixl wiirkman liarliisr learned his tr ta
': ini. lie Mli'iin ahar o( th pauooan
Elkins & Co.,
PROPRIETORS OF THJ
City Truck and TVansfw Co.
Hauling of all Kinds Done at
mill Feed, 0aI(.)s0FirUood
Collections. Made Monthly.tpV
FROM COVER TO COVE.
I"ull7 Abreaat with the Tim.
A GRAND INVESTMENT
for th Family, School, or Professional Library.
Tli Anthantio WabcW T7av
Bridged Dictionary, eomprlalan tk
laanaa of 1864, "19 & '84, coprrlAted
property of th nnderaisjaad, 1 bow
Thoronshly RTled and Enlarnd,
ad u m distiiiniishin; tltlo, kaaeaj
tho nam of Wabeter'e Istoraa
Editorial work npon Uti rTiaiom
ka boon In aptiro profrMa far ovor
Tn Yun. Not lea than On Haua
flraa naid Mflli,ll 1 V v
preparation keforo tko Ant ooyr
wa printed. "
Oritin&l nnmn.l... it. . ai.
DioUonaryiinTitd. Got tko Boat.
O. MKKK1AM CO., PabU.li.r.
j wiu oy ail nuoKBtiiers. llluatratdpmpbltlrM.