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THE WEST SIPE.
: CUM 1 MIM, NMMCftl
Fill DAY, AIMUI. 1,
That there la an nnoVrfurreiit of
coatUlence in the future of Imle
pemlence no one can deny, but a
U what ia tho basis of thnt roiill
tlenoe no one swum to Ik abUt to
tell. We have woimVomI ourselves
what it consists of, Mini have not
boon able to answer onr own quo
tions regnrtltiig tho munition. IVr
buiw onr Mens are but tho repetl
tiou of itleas of tho who think
alNHit the mutter, and yet we givfiW i. " .
. . i " .. proner cultivation, will grew all utKier-
vent to them iffor no better mumn . m, m WWU , ,
. than because it will bring nhmil a j a. ewul, lHW,nPi i,,, that the
diootissiou as to the time when it j u.t eatmot cuitaml uitilergmimd, ll
will take effect. will I fureed aUne, ami will he worth-
In the first place hard Huh ore- i n ' as sll that portion of the
Stringency of tlie money market
elWt us. hut nut erioiiHlv.- Then. !
again, it was very generally ex-
pyted that the Southern I"aeltle
railroad roin:wiy would build a
road conmi'ting the went side with
the east side roiid at Junction, thus
giving us through train, but It has
not yet been done. Then, again, it
was expected that active operations
would le eonuueuml on the build
ing of a railroad to Fails tlty this
year, which lias not yet Ueu done.
Viewing the situation can'fully, we
are led to tho belief that It is the
hope deferred which is niusing peo
ple to ftel that it is well to hold on
a little longer. The man with the
longest polo will knock the per
simmons. We have veiiturctl this week to
jot down some of the iustrmtive
lessons we learn from our vMting
friemU. Since commencing to olh
serve these conversations we find
that we never meet a successful
man but that he gives us from two
to ten good pointers of bow he sue
eeetled. We intend, if possible, to
continuing rcmrting our friends i
throuth tlie Bancr. and wo invite!
them to mil in and aeo us. We
have no style ubout us, and you
can spit on the floor, put your feet
on the table, smoke an old nib
pipe, read our exchanges, and very
generally make yourself at home if
it so suits yon, and we w ill Ix-.ir it
if you will only mil ami ,.,mt
, . . T ,
It us. .Not too long, you know,
"IIM i'"V ""K, J"" HI"")
but just long enotigli
Drop in and j
see tin when you are in town.
Many a law is a dead letter lo
cause the public fails to enforce it,
and many a thoughtless action gives
rise to the enforcement of dead
legislation Itemise the public is
aroused. Thecnrclwcoiirscof some
bicycle riders is going to get them
into trouble if they continue it.
Horses ltecome scared, children are
knocked down, ladies driven off the
sidewalk, and all without excuse.
There is a law on our statue liooks
which would prove fp'ite inconven
ient to bicycle riders if enforced,
and It certainly will Iks enforced
against all bicyclits who are care
less and do not change their meth
ods of riding.
An editor's life is not ono of lux
ury nor his couch ono of down.
He advises other jteeplc how to
spend their money, aud has none
himself to spend. He advises beau
. tiful homes and palatial mansions,
bnt lives in the plainest style him
self; and yet lie is not to be de
spised. He has it in his power to
make or mar the fortune of many
who roll in wealth or pose on the
pinnacle of fume. His very nobil
ity of life and soul commands the
respect of his readers. Tho world
is bettered by Lis presence, and yet
be is a creature of circumstances,
being buffeted by every advei'sn
Whether President Harrisou's
visit to the Pacific coast has any
.political significance we know not,
but it at least illustrates the wonder
ful progresslof onr nat ion, when this
once far off wcflcrn country has
assumed such importance in na
tional affairs that tho chief execu
tive deems it worthy of a visit.
No ruler, not even (lie howl of our
nation,repiil)icas ilia, csin .'oneeivc
the greatness of this country uml
its pofflibiliticM until he visits it.
The need of a night watch who
will remain on duty all night is be
coming more apparent each day.
The city nightly order ut least two
watchman's clocks and pay a night
watch 20 pfjr month if the busi
ness men are willing to make up
the balance, and a marshal can then
draw a slated salary during the day.
The Board of Trado of Indepen
dence has caused some experiments
to bo made in the raising of sugar
beets in Polk county during the
past two yeari, and tho result is
entirely satisfactory, in fact so
much so that this season it is pro-
over the I'nitod Slates, ! UW w"vt ; iiwi, rw.
bv thmmlid slrinsroucv. and "MW o"l"n" ..... rm.e Jrrry ltkniay nol U-
whrt know suv that Ore. i . V V V. ..Tl imewiww r.
u iV.u,t IIva ,f nil . , . i .,
noNtnt to bUU farther Uwt the Dial
tor by, ifMnlhle, nuking couiraoU
for liupj quantities of tittfir beet,
to be Htkl for In cash, audahlpped
totilforuia. InMruoliou In plant
I nit and cultivating wuftt be trlUj
followed, fm the product I worth
ier. The State Chamber of Com
merce fnrniiOtM the following lit
Ht ructions to farmers:
lit the cttlirt to have exporlmeut
iiuuie In vsritHM taction of the HUte,
6r the iirKof suvrtrdnlng deflnitt
ty whether tuvar tajet run he irolurd
In Orctr"tt, of a quality suit quantity,
suit st a l to warrant the cutnUWi
lint of Uvl aitgar uMiuintctorkos the
ftillowluir illreetitui fur liiullii( ami
cttlllvatloiiof tho beet have been ot
tallied frtwn tlmae who have had ex
Helect a anil thnt a III not Imhwiiw
hard dtirlni the truwiiiv wawm. The
- i. . l . - ,t ...l.l.
iutiiemaMnaa oeJWlwbk l'lowvery
hllw the miit time, inV over futir
or live luvttre dw-p. V.h.'tlw land
well, nftertliUhut plowing, iulvrrilug
theiurlUee IhoruUKhly. Then If tb
mlny wn b. sliout over,hl It rma(u
from ten to twelve dHjn, lfor ww
lim, lu order tonllow th moiaturs to
rixetothenurface. lfthwf In sown
on freshly pn-ml gnunul, it will
(vniilimt luimedlalety, si.d If the
weather huld I wrui and dry, the
nuiWture will rweeilt from tlie iwrniee,
l he f'nn will die, ami tt (red be
The Knxm.l muni be thuMUKhly ul
vertMHt u top, and the teed planted in
drill nneeu lucliea apart, not over half
an luoh dp, and tiiluned wit so as to
ntsiid from threw to flv lucliee rt in
lite row. ThethlunliiK and Oml weed.
Iiik hould tie done as suou a til young
ImU can if dlatluguUlied from the
weed. After thia, all that bueeeaiMiry
ia to keep them free from weeds,
A HkIiI, Hau.ly l.win, ur alluvial aoll
la U-t. Jlowevrr, the beat land lu the
world cultivated m la uually done lu
mixing beet fiur ahak would he worth'
leM for tw-eta to iiianufui ture Into augar.
Ami unleM the fanner follow
atruction In ralalng Iweli for this (Hie
mh), It will tie no teat, itreta grown
aide by aide on the same laud, one lot
dliveted for augar, might
show by aunly.1 from fiHirteeu pr
eent. U twenty rasr rent, sugar, while
the other Iota, cultivated M la generally
done fiHmtock, ami long illamt-a aprt,
wciiild grow ln?e, mainly above gm and,
and contain very little awvharlne ami
lie unlit for augar. Hi farmer w ill ob
tain fully a ittrge a crop If cultivated
for augur, oa he wouhl for tot-k In the
unuul wuy. 'Hie teta would tieainttlk-r
j lH.t there would U mo of the..,. A
jhei't for ugnr might weigh from one-
j hllf ,othitptmml,snd grow all under
ti,e gmuud except a anmll crown. It hi
therefore ewiitlal In .order that the
lest nmy 1 of value for the end dealred
thnt thu Inalnictloiwls-followetlatrlctly.
When the ta-ela are grown, lu acted
lug wimple for luialyoift take only ttMwe
thnt have grow n all underground, of
good iJmpc, and do not weigh over two
pound. A n amdyaU of beet raiaed In
the ordinary way will give no tent of
licet ut umallcr dUlaucca will prtv
.h.nK.reaugnrsndal-.rblew of the
wtliiie matter. Now, we know that
the constituent projiertlca of ugr are
furnlabed cittlndy by the atmoapberv,
nml that the nallne mutter lire furn
ished by the aoll, and by cultivating
the stiifiu- beet at ainitHer diatam-e
from each ot her (that la, dim-ty planted)
thi-yarek-M exltnuatiiig to tlie soli.
Clime culture I more imilltuhle at the
Hiime time lo the grower and the manu
It will be seen (hat there is some
labor, and some risk attached to
cultivating beets for sugar, but
since all lands and climates are not
adapted to the beet, it will pay our
farmers to try the experiment. At
.') jter ton, it nets about f 10 an
acre, which makes otherwise 30
land become worth 1300 and WOO.
Call on A. J. Goodman the presi
dent, or K. ft Pentland secretary
of the Hoard of Trade of this city,
and get further particulai'S,
There are acrloun drawbuckt' to tho
plcuHtirc of club life In New York City.
During an altercation lu one of the
clulm there the prcnldliigofllocr bit oh"
one of the car of a monitor. I" evi
dently become lmprened with the
pictoral advertisement henricd "Lend
me your ear."
The Mtory of the blood thlmty old
Indian, Ocronlme, having beome a
Humluy Hchool toucher may be a true
one, hut he Inn't the kind of miin
we Should select to dispense splrituul
Instruction to ell her children or ad
America 1ms produced many indi
viduals, outside of Mormoiiism, whose
miinlu for murrlHKe lms caused them to
fro through thut solemn ceremony
oftencr than the law or good morals
sanction, hut It lins nothing In that
line to approach the French woman
who Iiiih been married to forty-three
men within six years,
itepresenlatlvo Milli and Crisp are
clciirly lu the lend at this time In the
race for the speaker of the house, but
It doesn't noesarlly follow tltut either
of them will be elected; there are
"dark horses" from the south as well
as from other sections, any one of
which inuy win the prize. There Is
a possibility, many think a strong pro
bability, tnat a dicker will to made to
give ono section of tho country the
speakership, another the nomination
for president and still another the
nomination for vivo president in order
to insure harmony. Modern politics Is
noth I ng but a series of dickers.
. vkiiI Min KrOlMllKullllll 111 UVHr. h i . i I . . !
j-Htw ine wmi nm hm .nun itn- .,. i..,i i,i.i.i.,,,i ,.l.
.... "1HW.MTU,UKMirM mow M f f M.i.lUIUut 1,1-I 111. ...I
Secretary Husk think that ,lgm-
rauoalslobe hlstoeil ftr tin failure of
the agrlcuUural iutereatt of the tXHiutry
to receive Mr treatment from ei eea.
Then It la high Mm lMt a ciwlgn
of education waa tiegaa byV mvt
llitenantry aetsu to he waking up
to the ataiurdity of "expert" teatl
mony In legal trial. The oldewt In
habitant ihMwii't remember a trial la
which the "expert," Milled against
the side that employed him. If the
"experts" teatlmvuy be IW sale to the
Ids that can pay the mnt for It, of
what value can It be to tlie Judge or
Kelley, the Inventor of tlie nsib
that doea not mote, will now try a
flyer lu literature by writing a inaga
sine srtlele on "talent firee,"
Htrikeahave been more or hue flu
queutthlrlng fur ahorter days, but
the men who "paint tlie town ml', are
at II I wedding lite broth twenty-four
boor out of every day, and they
ahow no algnaof dlaail"fsciou.a
dtsibtedly had . weight lu enuvluclug
the (lermau government of the w la
tku of wltbd'awlng the enitwrgo ll
had placed on our meal The farmer
memuerof the admlulatratloit aeein
to I holding hi own right along.
81111 there are people who InaUt that
tlie fanner ar Ignorant of the aclenee
The prealdeut of the tax cnttinilaalnn
of New York City haaii't a very high
opinion of the botH-nty of Die big boa
inea eoucernaof tliattown. tin aaya
"a matter are now very few, except
homnt aud iguoraut iwrsoua, pay per
amal taxea, Hy varhsit subterfuge
wealthy men avohl the ymeut of
tliea taxea, KluetyDve per cent. ea
cae, and we can't catch them."
The rcalgmitiou of Henatur Kd.uund
deprive ttie reSihllcan of the senate
of a man they ran Illy afford to apare!
at this lime, lie will of nsirae ta
auix-eeded by a remhllean, but no man
can bring to the aeiiate hlrl exper
ience In public matter. 111 health la
the eaue for the nlgnatton.
There aceniM to be a gnmt deal of
hiimtmg about twnnsdlan reciprocity,
both at Waabington aud In Canada.
Kverylnaly concerned may not be
guilty of "playing to the graudatand,"
a the boy call It, but that aonte of the
geullemeii are I almoat eertaln.
Henator l-Ulmomla aay the Farmer
Alliance iiiovcuM-nl U only a teinpory
fever. Ha the aenatnr forgotten to
tory of the man who declined Noah'
Invitation to enter the ark, liecauae he
thought the IliMid would be only a
Agreeing to the lateiiH'nt that the
agrlculturul lutenaUof the I'nltrd
Ktah have been tmmeflilly overlook
ed by congren lu the it eema to he
get ting epidemic smnng polltlciaui-;but
then, you know, It will lei long time
before cougre. meet again, and ayin
puthcilc Inlk coat nothing.
The Ituggle Oriental Cireuacoiiipnny
gave two exhibitions here laat Monday
and Tucwdny evening to a crowded
tent. Kvery aeut wna occupied and
doubt It- the utleudnitee would have
been larger had there len nmreamtlng
The performance on the double
trapeze given by Master Charles and
Little May held the audience pell
bound and the feat performed by them
on the ladder balanced aero the
traiiexe wa simply wonderful. The
acrobatln evolution were excellent aud
M Is Carrie Kugglc In her perform
ance I dcaervlng of special mention,
placing a lighted lamp on her forehead
she laid ' down very carefully aud
placing a 12-luuh ring over her head
and feet at the same time, panned the
ring over her whole body.
Dr. Itugglea as a ventriloquist would
be hard to surpass, he created much
amusement and laughter, for which be
received great applause from the ati
Tli" several act of Pyramid building
by Dr. Ituggle, Carrie Iluggles, Little
May aud Master Charles, were good,
and brought fourth merited applause,
Little May a a contortionist I very
good, and Master Charlie as a clown Is
Mr, Fruuk Klanchard, of this city,
will scoompuny the show on its tour
through Kastcro Oregon, As Frank is
one of our hoy, and an old lime circus
performer, he I a valuable acquisition
to the personel of the company.
Dr. Hugglcs la the bos of the houses,
and a whole show within himself.
The company behaved well while here
and we do not hesitate to pronounce
their entertainment flrst-cliow in every
particular, ami consider it well worth
the price of admission. The circus
band will not to with the show until
ubout the first of May, Dr. Kugglc
was fortunate In scouring the services
of tlie Independence hand, although all
the members of the hand were not pres-
ent,tlicy did exceedingly well, and since
it is comiiosed entirely of home talent
we feel an iimtsuul degree of Interest
I'nilKl Vonr Health.
Cold and ntoUtiirc cumlilnml hurt
lovporlxlnif efltont upon tli bodily nriciuiH,
uiid the dlKiwtlve and Mmvtlve proem arc
apt to he mors tiirdlly performed In winter
than In the full. The name Is true, also, of the
excretory functioni.. ThebowolU nra often
nlugglHh, and the pours nr tlie skin throw nil'
but lltt.lo waste nuttier at this season, Tho
lynlem, theroflirn, requires opening up a little
and also pumfylln and regulating, and the
km, surest and moat thorough tonic mid
alterative that can be used fitr those purpnsei
Is HoHtMter's HtomiMih Hitters, Persons who
wlh to escape the rheumatic twlngiw, the
ityHpepuo agoniM). me pHiiino aiuirimne of
the txiwol. thoblllnns sUacks. and the nerv
ous vlHltnllons, m eominon at this tlmeol the
your, will do well to reinforce their eyetein
with this rennwued vegntnlile stoiiiarhle In
vlgorsnt. lt Improve the appetite, strength
em the stomaeh. eheera the sulrlts. and ren
ovate the whole phyelqu.
A SOCIAL OATMCmNC.
W, P. Ireland ' IHkgey Celeweatetl
-A NtMnM rrmf an
a HMir Heme.
Ou biatTburdsy,thesltUuth nt.,
occutred one of thoae tta-lst gathering
which mark a blight ptt In domeeUc
life. William I. Ireland bad bthored
all day on his farm, and at night w
pn'parlug to spread hlmaelf uiatn hi
much, In search of nature's sweet re-
atorer twdiuy alecp-when he was ai
prlanl by bla nelghlair walking In, lu
tingle Me, each loaded with a bnaket of
dalutle that would aatlafy Hi apetlte
of sn epicure, aud who lot A puaaeaalon
of the hotiae. This wa done In com
iiii inomtloii of his ftsrty-lifth hi rt Inlay.
He wa made to don hi boot and par-
tlulle in a featival that will long be
reiiM inliered by thoae who liak a pari
therein, ' .
Amour thoae tartlcliullng were Mr.
Church aud wife, l.ynmu emau and
wife, Mr; aud Mr. Jo. K Ilubhard,
Mr, and Mr. Unumon, Mr. and Mr.
Will MadliMiu, Mr. ami Mr. A. Ireland
and daughter, Ml Uninion, Ml
Hutitly, MU Msateraon and many
mote, numbering sllogether shout fifty;
and If enjoyment w not rautant on
the oreaalon, tls n yisr might trk for
It in val n. The delictum edlhlea set be
fore Ihl vaat thmug appeared Incx
huthle, nikI titers ws pWnty left In
to till all the printer of IVdk.
Muaie aud singing Cateml tlie hour
to glide plcaanttt ly along, and we Judged
It a happy emcmblage is ncUjlihora,
who for many year paat hsd enjoyed
the hlgheat reajiect aud eaieeiu one for
Mr, William P. Ireland came here In
1404; In Isu waa unltl In marriage to
Mha Cornell J. Hlaata, and on Ihl an-Hivenau-y
of hi tiatsl day he ! In the
enjoyment of a pleaannt home and a
Hinictelic that inaure eae fhau bai
exrewlve lalmr. rVaue aay farming dta
nit pay; there I nothing In ralalng
wheat, lu 1M Mr, Ireland bad mrii a
dime to Ida unme; uow he ha a fine
farm of nearly -Vw w-rea, all paid for by.
ralalng wheal. It haa required ptrlal
eut lalior to thu secure Ihl area of
laud, hut It aliow that Industry, ienav
verance and eeuttomy will bring aueeeaa
to him w ho ia animated and governed
by thoe alerting principle.
lliere was nothing to mar the enjoy
' '! ptcwaut Ml val uulea. It
wa tlie vorachm np'llte of itor e-
teena-il frieiid, I.ymnn Ikmion. HI
xlniiHt k'ligth nndcnilllslu.oai Impo
alhle for him to " till up," hut finally
that apNtite waa atillated, and be went
hi way reJoMug, Where I.j nmii la,
tln-re mirth and Joy reign u rente.
The lim may come wbeu we will walk
In ou him aud give him a " tt " in
lite m Hue of fiotlvlllea.
hot-h imx-m don a the one deacrllml
give a new xwt to life, and If tttey were
more Indulged In lite friendly and
ambd relMthui of farmers and m-lgh-bur
would lat pronmleil thereby. For
Mr. sud Mr. Ireland we will aay, they
extend I Mr moot alneere rcgnril to
kind frienda w ho gave rW to tltl ft
tJve ociiloii, and to one aud all they
wlh them a happy and prenHM life.
He. A. F. Itt, of IVeahylerian
church, ha n-celved the new of lb
ditith of hi mother In the Fjn-t, and
serious Hlnes of hi father, eonse
iuently Itev. Itell will occupy bb. pul
run QOBTriox irrTt-Ko.
Ttt$ rat Is a hilar)
Mai et tk wttl kaawa
MttbllikiMBt af TkenM
rrtc a loa. at -r-
lesdlBf tbimUK of U
WMt, thT vr ki t
Ml tk a,tttoa M W wbtt inartUa( ww
I ntet turalir t. W areMBl thsU I-
W her kkIi esntul (hentlrat au1rwl
ivnl wU kaow n4 of ararnlla. 4
kite Ies4 tSa ell wlW tkeelBgl aarapttoa at
Jf'etaMUia lodlaeal rotuelua. Aearemll
an HtbM to ptuaoanrt Jo , lo be Uit atiljr
tnialr vecwsUie Hnsswllla aew o Uia autkM,
wkiea ha M aadw iir beerrslloa."
ktoSera aud tela ku arena Ihal all atdlntrf
tMrptloD art aot taand kf dtiMatd blood,
Ml T tndigMtloa tad lanUlt ImlaUoa,
wblah Mil lot veceUbie alttntrva, tastaad of
iMral blood Nrilan Ilk lodld a( rotMatia.
Ir' VageUbJ aarMMrnia UlBf lb latd, to
UMlratlo dlaoard tbe )a notlou as1 tfoceed
aadar rb aeodara tbaory. It ear atttet lk
Madam of tb tbeory. It U tha Ulk of Un
Covak, Coldt. leduesri, 0rckllll,
Nuraeseii. WSaeels Couak.CMe.
rnat. Aittims. end tvrrv eRrciiAn ot lite
Jhrost, Lunot end Chett.liKludint Ctsttisietles.
Mil aiUrmMMiit. OeauiMugned "L lattl."
CRY Of MILLION1I
OH. KV BKCKl
roe it mow.
OON IT Wilt ! TOO UTt.
I kav bees tmkltd ? yt wttk
like kMam im kin
ana daffanrat medkn a ad ban
aagat aM fnsa datmal BbyaWasi
wkUnnnlk; AbaatUM ijlkef April
I wa eaaVrtag fnn a T ekint
attack ttat abaoal troatratad n la
aca aw last waa aan vwm,
Wbta X aat dowa II wa alBwat InpoaaTbla aw M
Si gat mm akna. r k ful a ctotbea. wka
bA rrorldnc Ml Dr. Haaler, wuk Ua)
OkkTOON auDNBTw TXA, ay
kotal. I uaBMd lately aoauaraord
slag lb bra. It bad aa aland
HracalM ebct, ad kt lb aatow
Ishmrat ofaU lb mtnU at k bateL
kit aym,I a ktvpj la atata,
tbat I waa a atw aun. I wllU
ranuanaad Um u to all aBlctedi
u aan beta.
o. a. Tcrrick,
loprhtor Orrldntsl Hotel,
NO MORE BACKACHCI
Pioneer Meat Market !
W. W. PERCIVAL, Prop.
Highest market price paid for lat Stock, Hoof, Mutton, Pork, Veal, Etc.
AH bills payable monthly.
MAIN STREET, . INDEPENDENCE. '
woaiRN Ann mtcm.
Haantt wtir a wu M arrtM of a
Is profutiadT Mrter-la4M4, W MM
wtir a wwia I afraid
i wt eiearlf
Mm tertleMf enwdati taat laa tlbu
ometaBllr in auok a
Iklaa UMn and atartlM tkl
Una uafariuiuk. aiau ut again M
i aWnnmneoti auaw 4Mai
lag ar kainful Imajiiiarttv, nw oVfanae
Mart ar Bwvultar wasksma IckhOoI tu a-r
ar, A war k diM to lntUuaialk. til
aalflo flan, or to utkar emnw k
er HMaataa. in wow u, tmm
to wa i
hi. I rma a
awullar tu lee From kiir au
a Bf aas Im. In' ravonu rmurtax
Mum m a avMlttM Miailw. eo eartaia
aniratira reaulu tbat M maautarturer ai
II, tkmuth ttruifW, under ( ")
ll miu BtMravUua la twy
oner Mt fur It wUI be vrumvU r.
4kI. Vti a anuUitng d MrnigllMl
aantna, ramrtta l-rrlill " M urn
uuaM ud Ml iua)MHh, in alia, mi sihI mu
iilnt IHartnW OiettatSlltr, Utllahllltr,
kauetkw. ralNn, bnWla. aiwauM a4
wtrMBtng, norvoua nmvumm vntm-
toaidMl upoa riuwUunai ana !
a af lb wtMafc, ll ladws rafraaalMg
anai tellara awaiai aMtrtf aa4 o
Coaittfat. Wa kf WUri DM. Mat. A"
ix fmrxt rtuns
Uiatliw. or (aihariM. araontukf lu star, ut
a, Mr Prugglau, eol U0.
FaUr's Gold.u Ptmals Pills..
. Tr rmale trragular
0 lb Btaikat. Arr
UU. aaeraaaluttir i
kf unaiMnt ladlae
la i0va auirraail
tton't ba baaibawl.
ts auMtrr .taia ma uta
f. krat ku anr addma.
kM iet br Mil Ht i
THE APHRO KEOIQRE COSPllf.
Via mS by Hum a U-a.
ROOTS & HERDS;
roat Txt cu-.e or
' " rJliCIaJJ
AND ALL OTHER DISEASES
. AKIflNS rIOMA
0IS0RDKEO STATE oriat STOMACH
INACTIVE LIVER. :
row iau we au.
DRUCCISTS 41 GENERAL DEALERS
The Celebrated French Cure,
"ffSST APHROOITINE ZZM.
I IktUI OS 4
lo rnre anr
diMNua, ot any
diannlrr ot lb
Sana ot elthtr
bhif (ton Ui Af TIH
eirmlv um si Mlnialant. Tubacwo or oplnm
or mnuiD rmnniiu innia-mion, over iikiuii
Hire. Ar . n,,rk ai Ijnaol Mrain t-nirer. Wakaliil
Oral, Hmriusdiian rain In Ox Hark, Hroilnal
WmkunH, llytteria, Nrtni pmatmlbm Nortura-
ai amiHiuns, iucrrn(va, jMirinm. weak Nam'
ory.lonol rover aud Imnsrnrr. which II
alerted ollrn ImiI lo riremalnmnlil air ami liiwo-
IT. Frlea 1 1 00 bo. t bolaa lor U Oil Haul h?
(all oil rarvlnl ol Mire.
A WKITTKN IlDAItAKTKE faroTerrlMf
oeler, In relund lb mniwr It a I'trauaia.
eis la not rrterted. Thmmluli ot trailmoulali
tmm nM and roniif . ol Mb arm, pormanvntlr
sum, ot nrn"ii,Tini, i.imiiar irra. sonn
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
BOX 71, "ORTLAKD, OR.
For tale by Boiler A Locke.
10011 TURN NEXT f CODE IK I
NUTE & EVANS. Trops.
SHAVING, HIIRCUTTINe AND SHAMPOOING.
O raTWItltT, INDttPttNUKNOB
4 17 Hit
Ifyoit BioitTIIK DrXr, buy
It I ril'Q NORTHERN
If the Merchant you dwil with doea not keep
them send to Al.l.KN dlreet, IIo psyathe
poKlogo, llcnilllflit Cntalogiie aent tYee,
171 Second St., PORTLAND, Or.
- AUg. HI.
.Have Just BmlvtMl Direct From the Fictory 0r lotil ot the
CELEBRATED - BAIN - WAGONS.
' Alw t iArgo Awortmcnt of
HACKS, CARTS and CARRIAGES.
And Id i Few Pay. Will Keoeire (avr-lomd of
TU I :
Direct From tbe EA8T.
Thme Itlgs wprc ordrrJ rly last Full aud built wpocially for tbla trade, they are nnetjualed
- for Finlah Durebliiiy and rrloe.
We also have a few of the Clnelnntta bugffieH, which we can aell to anyone wanting a cheap
Rig. We also carry a full and complete line 'of Firetcla
HARNESS, ROBES, WHIPS.
A Full and Complete Stock of Hardware, Stoves and Tin
ware, Pumps, Pipes,
(Ma, Kansas City, Chicago,
8T PAUL. 8T. LOU'S.
ANO tk fOINTt
East, North & South,
Fur further partlrutare Inquire of any ageol
f UieCiitnpanjr or; " "v
T. W. LEE,
O P. T. A.
R. D. COOPER,
EAST AND SOUTH
SOUTHERN nCIFIC ROUTE.
Biaraaa Trala Ut rortlaoj ball.
., IHirtkuid , Ar.
I., Alliany Ar.
Ar. Han Krant-laro I.r.
-i A. M.
a r. m.
Utli A. M.
Ahnta tralua atop only at feUowtng atailoni
north of Hoaobuif. Kail rortlawt, Ori,B i.ilf,
Wuwlburn. alm, AlUuy, Tauitnt, Shadda. Hat
Mr. Ilarrteburg, Juoctluo City, Irving aud K
Roseburg Mail. Daily.
Rrawbun .,..:W r, .
INiTtlailtf .... 4HJ0 A. M,
IHirtland .... 0 A.M.
Ibwburg ...,:aj A. M,
Albany Local Daily (Except Bun'y)
Portland. I;f .
Alliaiir too a. u.
Porlland . 1 1 A. M.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS.
or eotBmaticHi of aarand-claa tMuaanftia,
altaoliad to tUpraaa Train.
West Side Division.
Between Portland and CorvallU
MAIL TRAIN DAILY (Iieapt Sunday.)
f UA.B. I Lt. Fori land iT iMfa.
11:11 A. at. At. ladapaadrae Ar. l tn.v
U lOr. w.Ar. Comllln Lr. 1 13 M p. m.
Af Atkanr and Corrtllli oonneot with train ot
Orafoa raxtlda Railroad.
EXPRESS TBitK DilLT (Except Sund'y)
Laar I ArrlT.
Portland ,4 4 p. a. HoMIbhtUI . K.
alolilPUtlll.a iA.M. Fortlaud Miu a.
TESOUOa TIlXEtl TO AU P0L1TS
BAST ASO SOUTH. ; .,
TWFor Uekta and lofonaatlon ragardlnrratM
aiapa, at,, sail ou oomiut' agant alladanta.
n r mm m m aiuiM
ah avaauiin, a. r. mwrnna.
AaaL u. K. at raaa. Agl
So aid Bui-
Novcliata. and h
ev tpikt more
tmla. atirl tia mlatit
have added with mub! frnva, that ad
la the rence of iucceu. Wiadom'i
Robertin ia the ynonym of merit, and
it histortr la anccesa. The magical ef
facta nf thu mvnanitlna
edbthonatidoftlM leading ladieae
rr. t . u .1 a . I. .
auvicijr anu lac aiac. u la UI on IT artt
r-1 avri1iaonrMl attiti.t rlw, Xf. t
and Beautiful tint to the complexion,
at the tame time removing all rout, hue
of the face and arm and leaving the
kin toft, amooth and velvety. It hat
loner heen I ha attirlv nf pliMnlah .
due an article that while it would W
or me complexion would alio have the
merit of beln tr knrmltt hn at..
important qualitlet were never bronrht
together nntU combined in
Bioyclks. Walt for Fnd T. Mor.
rill's catalogue; out in a few day,
Owr 400 tine, ball bearing, hollow
frame, warrautod steol bicycles, from
$15 up; cash or Installments. Type-
wnwia, vbuud. BKnusi, Dio. Ill 8100K
and bought, sold and exchanged, 127
wasninyion auvet, roriiana, ur.
i g- r"7
Fittings, Shingles Etc.
and Tinning Noatly Done.
AND SEE US.
PARIiOR AND BEPKOOM BET8,
SOFAB,' A51) BED LOryOEB,
Prom 5x8 tip to 18x10 in German
Plate and a large aMwrtnient of
Of all kinds both Large and
Prom Tlain Kitchen Chairs to
the r1net Parlor (liaira. Fancy
Hookers a 8peciiUty, aud Carpet
Rockers with Woven Wire Seats.
Of all kinds and finish, Sham
holders, Curtain Poles, Window
Sondes, Hat Hacks, Picture Frames
and Mouldings, Stands and Center
tables of all kinds, in either Maple,
Ash, Onk or Walnut
Of all the latent Patterns, with
Woven Wire Springs. Also tbe
Hoey patent Sofa Iled lounge.
Main Street, Independence,
Bel. B and 0 Blraeta.
Will be at the old stand in Inde
pendence on Mondays, Tuesdays
and Wednesdays of each week.'
For further particulars address,
A. L noiwojr,
410 Salem, Or.
Sir Stafford T
Will be at Independence the sea
son of 1891. ' H ,'
Terms, 20 to insure.
Last year's accounts may be
found at the Independence National
Bank. 4-10 4t
FLETCHER I SAVAGE,
SON OF . ALTAMONT !
Dam by Live Oak Foaled April
Will be iff Independence Thursdays,
Friday and ISatunlays of each week,
aud will be permitted to serve a limited
number of mares.
TERMS: $20 To insure.
For further particulars, address
4 17 2m J. M. 8TAATS, Airlle.
NOTICE FOB TUBUCATION.
Oregon City, Oregon, Mar. , 1891.
Notloa 1 hereby given that tho following.
: , - . ""'ww ma in win lou
to nmke inl proof In support of hla claim,
and thnt aald nroof will b made before the
ooonty elerk of Polk oonnty at Dallaa. Ora-
'"," nay it, jwi, via: uaviit ivl, llnnie
lead Entry No. 4U18 for the of aeo 18 tp B
He name the following trltnnwea toprov
Hla IM.tlt 1 1, l,,,l,B M..uIi4....a a l......
of, attld land, via: B. Hiwtliigij, T. MoTlin-
i. . . i iiniiiiiiiiia, ui AjawiMviiia
HOlk mi I ll I U n.M DIIhh Vln. 1 T n 1 1
---.m v,. , ,,,,, w,, ui mull f aiivj,
Beutou oounty, all of Omgifti.
J. T. ArriKSOit, Heglttor.
Built to ORDER.
And bo Convinced.
72 Steel tooth iron harrow, 120.
5 and 7 tooth cultivators.
The best horse shoeing.
The best in
I. .... v
ron 1-1... .. V
I. E. la!:,
Best price paid fcr
Old Iron and
YAQUINA BAY ROUTE
Oregon Pacific Railroad
T. K. IIOGO, Rxtsivkk.
Oregon Cerelopuat Co's Steamers.
Short Lint to California.
Freight and Fares the Lowest.
STEAMER SAIUNQ PATES.
Steamer WILLAMETTE VALLEY.
Iw Yaqulnaj March S, 1, 19, SS.
Leave Ran Francisco: March S, 13, 21, 30.
Train No, t will run Tueadaya, Thuradaya,
ano Saturday, and on Intermediate day when 1
Train No. i will run Monday. Wedneaday, j
and Friday, and on Intermediate day whea
Thla nniany naarre Uia tight to ehanfa
tailing datea without notice.
I'ralm connect with the & P. R. R. and rlr
wmH a, vurraiiia auv aiuaaj.
W. B. WEBSTER, 0. C. HOGt
O.n, r. Jt P. Agt, O.D. Co. Gen. T. P. Agt
34 Montgomery St., 0. P, R. B.
Ran Franeltco. Corvallla,0
Ind.paBd.no and Monmoath Motor Lla1