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INDEPENDENCE.- POLK COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, It'91.
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TiPwMi......"W '. Morton
8m of Slate,, ..James (. Wain
80, of Treasury , . . . Clw Fttei
Postmaster ClcUeral. . .- Wansuiaker
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See. of SHty......v..B.iimitt F.Trnej.
Attorney Oeueral W.H. U. Miller
8c of Agrieiillurt..... Jeremiah. ltuk
OnB.ot Education........ W. T.llarri.
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Bbriff.... .. .V- 1 Wrll
Clerk ... . .iV O. CJ
T-Hiirf UK. Turin
cImkI 5toiriutD.leiit . . . W. t. ll)tilil
E L. KvH'linm
Miiyor ................. W. r. GmmtBy
Reorder.... J-T. FurU
Miimhal . . . . .. . ............. .T. Ftmtif II
Treiwtiwr...... I Ufukl
I J A Wi et lt-r
) K. K. Kreiiji'l
( E, 0. IVttlumtl
( Jiimt Oil)n
I M. Mt'rwiti
1 icat Ward, ..
!h. ('. Oilinur
(1. V. Hbiuu
,V. E. Cr-M)
Clerk T -W. L. White
Firht UAPTifT. SuuJay Solmol nt 10
o'clocli A. M. PreucbitiK every HimJiiy Bt
Uexcepliuie th ftf'. (which crvu-e in
g.veu to Oak Vww.) ana every sumiy
evening. Ymuig peopled mcotiiiK one
Konr befurf service in the nvruitiB. Prayer
met-tiiig every Thonnlny voing. All
cordially invited to attend.
RBV. A. J. Ht'MKAK&Bt pMlur.
ervice every Sunday moruinu -at 11 and
Alio in the eveniDa at 8 o'clock. Sunday
School ut 12 o'clock, immediately after
. preaching. Prayer nmtwg every Wlii-i
1b eveninir. A cordial invitation ex
tended to all, eapecially utriiUKom viniliiiK
lUv. A. F. Lirn, Panlor.
M. E. Canton Mouth.-Preaching ev
erv flft and third Sunday (Sunday
School at 8 o'clock in Ibt Bfternnon
Prayer meeting every Tliurwliiy evening
... Rkv, Paiikkh, Piutor.
EvANOEt.B'Al..-Sunday School ut 10
o'clock a. m. Pretchmg every aecond
an . foiirtn Sundaya of the nunitli at 11 A.
v. and every Sunday evening at 8 p. m.
Prayer meeting oti Tuesday evening. All
respectfully invited to attend.
. Knv.A. S, CofEM, Piwtnr.
CmiiHTiAX.-Hundny School every Kim
day at 10 o'clock. Preaching the lirnl
eud eecoud Sunday of the tuniith morn
ing and eveniuc, Piavnr meeting on
Rev. U. L SiiKt.tKy. Pastor.
AO U W. 1 NtiKPKN PKN( 'K lmK
Nil ti, iniwls every Monday tikm In
Masonli: hull. All sojourning lnilii"tr Invited
GEO. W. Ht.NS, rteconler.
VAM.KY IID'IK NO. 12.
I, O U f , meets in Ma
sonie hnllevn y'rhiirKilitv
nvenliiK. All Itilil fellows
cordially Invited n at-
W,' H, WHKKlJ-in, Beereiary.
l., IIAiHU.1l, B, ( J.
iAf,S I ilit IK. No, ill. A. V
4 A. M. Hint' '! eoiiiniiiiilea
itlons on or belorelull moon
. m il nionin mi " ;
thereafter. J. W. Huster, W. H.
K, i. KeleUtltn, nee.
OM Kit WWW. NO. , K of P. mwjj
u;..,l......luv nvitri til. All K!)IUIItS
visiting our city are cordially Invited U atr
W, II. HAW IV. Ol a. an,
115 winter HI reel, Halnni, Or.
All kinds of biilldliiK moved at lowest rates.
M' cClUJW 4 W1LI.AUD. HALKM7"KH')N
, jealr In
' irni.'SH ANII HALT WKATH
t i ii ati'U
No,m(liind2iCommercliilHtrfet l;eadln(( Hnn Fmnficn, Portlar.d, lindon, Vans.Bnr
buh her ofhalcm. VV holesaln and retail dealer ' . r1(1.1tl,
Jn all kinds of meats and sausage. ' lift, Unng Kong ana i,ieiina,
1 H, KIMHWt, AI KM, OKKOOM,
WaTCHK, t'lH Ki AND JKWKI.HY.
Atl stiver ware mdd by htm I nmed tree
r eharse, hllwe K iilves, r'ori. unit il'ti
t til uru re eheHr than lwl, lliu.mlrliis'
dim at eastern yt-Un. Wet
LEE & BUTLER,
PHYS1CUHS iKD $HE,
U. 8. EXAMINING SURGEONS.
OUtce, Vt'Nl We f MbIb m.,
mi. j. k. i.wm-;
Physician and Surgeon,
Bu.na Vlmta. Oren.
j. m. crowley,
A. M. HURLEY,
Uomey and Counselor at Law.
Utttr .V.jttklBantimiNit'l Buk.
B.r.B.Mhin, B,N.Hyilon. W.H. Holme
BOKNtl, HOIKCS I NITDER.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
lirtli K 1? V III.OVK,
IMm tlit inl Onirl, MAI.KM, OR.
RoMaai mmi-HHrTMAM iii.txK,
tVMllKlll'lAt. T- HAl.EM.OK.
rVua,ll.l.fU by NatHnal Auttmrlty.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
o( Jndi'pentleor. eN"H.
J.H.C'lOW.tt. U W. KOItKMTmtJf,
lmttjnitt. Vte frwldwil.
W. It, ItAWt.KY, Chlr.
J. . Ciwper, U W. lUriwruon, Irfwl Ilolmtrk
O. W. Wlilekrr, W. W. Co'Hn.
A fenrml Iwaktng buln trmiiuwt.d
lluy na Nill esttlmngn on nit liiifliil
IHxmIU rrrelvml utijeet to ehix at on e
Uil.tpof .lri-lt. CulliitliainiK.
tmw hour; . m. to i p. ni.
National Bank !
Capital Stock, $50,000.00.
H. lllltrtCHDKUO, I'rwiUU'nt.
AlUtAM NKIJ40N, Vice President.
W. P. CONNAWAY Ciwhler.
A gf inrul bunklna nct ilminio buatnnw
iranutcml: loan muds, bllltdli'oiinlfd,in.
meretal credit granted: dilt iwetved on
mrrctit aecuunt subject Ui click, Interest paid
on time deKMlt.
Joshua McPanli'l, It. It. Jnsperwm, A. 1.
tioodman, H. HlrsctilwiH, A. Nelson,
T. J. Ie. I. A. Allen.
INCORPORATED UNDER THE UWS OF OREGON.
I. A. M Af'RI'Vt - !m,"ni
P. L. M I'M KI.I- V Ire.l're.
IHA C. POWKLb .lliler
PAID CAPITAL, $25,000.
I. A.Maeriim, P. I Campbell, I, M.HImisrin
J. II. V. Iliiller, .1. It. Huiinp, K. H. I'uwell
j(Wf,in i raven.
A general banking and egehange biilness
l.mii'.wir.., I.... ... - - . -
unliject-to cheek or mi eertltliale of deposit;
t,TeKI .1111 III! HOI. .-r'-i..
m-vi.a itrtMif vnuli nod bnrular nrfsif safe.
inured by Yale time I's k.
Oltlea tloursi v a. in. w j. in.
(KjitiihllaliLHl by Nntioi ul Aulhoflty.)
. ' TIlll
Capital National Bank
OF SALEM OREGON.
Capital paid up, p0,000.00.
K.H. WAIXACK, W.W.M VHTIM,
President. V lee President.
. J. It. AUtKRT, Cashlnr.
To Farmers nn wheat and olhtir merchanlahle
produce, eonslKned or In store, either In pri
vate granerlcs or pulillo warehmisns.
Dralts drawn direct nn Now York, rnieago,
Farmers and Merchants
W, Y, ltn.
J, U (W AN,
Aw l e"'Ury,
linn. It. . Htntban. Chief Juatli of Hie Hunretna I'ourti II. m. John tlurtiett,
Jiwllwof bHU,rein(S,t,rlt IIihi.J. K.
itiwan, rresiueni 1.11111 iomiiit
f, aiiniMtin, CapliaHatt M. i.
Prmnliitii rtHHilpts hIikh) onntlut ion,
Iav mU kIik onrtiiiliiutlon, .
Siir)hm mm mruritj to jnillcy hoUlora,
MM I ID, L:d
STAND NOT UPON THE ORDER
Tit Peopl' (lrKer, w ho keen a UN elw niurk of (Inavrlrw and Provision,
(Mgr ami Tutrnw. ('nn-kerv ami (llasawaru, Cotintry proilue lukett lit
exi liaiige fir goial.
Independent Saot (Hills
tuner Acri'M. aw in
FIR AND HARD WOOD, ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBKI
1 A. Wantxa, MngT,
n rooks S3 iiAnnri'T,
94 STATE ST., SALCM. OREGON.
Guns, Fisking Tackle, Sporting Goads, Doll Carriages
VKI.OCIFKPKN. .! HA IX !1I, l AWJi TKNKIN, t R(m IT.
rtAtia, rmK CRACKKIW tl IIHR IVK.
Olily coliiplele alix'k of (Jims
I'ortlatiil. thmdgMwaim Mw price.
II. R. P.TT1!MIH,
i. P. Prr
LOOK OUT FOR
E. 1 KrengeFs.
J, , W Hnmv.
K. A. Miihhi.
Weatherftinl, Atlnniey. Ktitle rimal.irt llmi.
fniniiii iwimi w, r, numi, ..umi'iihih.
j. (I. Wrll.umil,
i A. VgSg
mill Sairtlng Hiaala III the ntnU aoiltll of
G. W. SHINN,
HOUSE, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
Pnr lliiniing. Kremsdiif , Kte. Imt rtim
niSNil(e Junes' Ht'llitisi, lndeiendeni'e,
Mitchell & Bohannon
Sash and ')ooks
A 1st I m KOl.t, KWVIMI.
Main street . IlHlepetuleiiee.
- St raw bcrricH, UiiNplicrricH,
Uood Fritila of All Kinds
AT Til R
Pork, Beef, and Mutton
always on hand. Game
and Poultry in season.
Highest cash price paid
for fat stock.
Meats delivered in city
and country FREE OF
L. LEMONS, Prop.
J. A. BOWMAN.
BliniTB OF ALL KINDS
Naatly Oona. ,
A Specialty. t
Wood Working and Car
riage Painting Done in
C STREET, . INDEPENDENCE.
ITS CAUSES AND CURE,
Ni'lt nilnenllytmiist b s mil lt of wnrltl.wide
tuiiiri, iMrnm snxhesisd and witlel
fllml, uf from 1H) ia mi riairs' .IhimIimu, 'l"f all
,l,i.f roinnknn 1ib (oiIihI, tlnvr Ihedllliunllr I
rv)etiml itit,l Hip emit, r,MH,ifil. full, exiHlwl
la utrrulni. allli lllUmL .rim.mUls ot
tHr,i from i..niltit.,it ixwiiil, nistl'd t.s
Dr. A. FONTAINE, Taooma, Mfath.
DR. J. 11 JOHNSON,
All work warranted to irtve the t.t
J. R. COOPER
Of Iiiil'ii'iiili'iico, tun ing a Ntoiuu
ftiilno, n lu'lck itmrliiniMiml wvcntl
yt't ti( lltit'Ht I'luy, Ih How JM('IhU(m1
to kft'p 011 limid tt lino ((iiallty of
Urli L, which will bt wilJ nt roiiHcin
iiUle priet'H. ,
We luive lli lintel and 111X1'
stmk of IliHiU'N "vcr linuinlit
to th in Section.
Our Wliitw ttiti direct fitmi thi
Factory and utu tlto Itt
Trituinini; nt rpawniulik Price.
Beamer & Craven.
DAMON & HUBBARD
' Suceeiiora to
CityTrLick and Transfer Co.
Hiitiliit; of hII KimN Hoiio nt
H v 0 11 11 1 I I! a I e n .
Mill reoJ. Oak, ami Ash
r - l mr . 1:.
l ." i, Lrcul,
, ' :'lll, C 111
.S. A. PARKER,
Mnnuliuiiirer and dealer ill
Sash, : Poors, : MouUinjjs, : Dt
Full lnekol(iln1ll slues, kept enimaiitly
an hand. Hidlnl rates on nmlraets.
Kaetory nn It. It. street near depot.
C St., Independence.
JAMES GIBSON, Prop.
Firal oluaa in every respect Special
attention giveiHrnnsient etiatomeni, A
sample room for commercial travelera.
H. M. LINES',
A lull and complete line of Funeral good.
Alwaya on itanu,
Caveats, and Trade-Mark obtained, anil all l'sl
eul liitlim niiiiliiotet! 'ir Modtrnl Fees.
Our Orlloa Is 0pinit U. S. Patent Offlos.
and we rsn seeure iislctit In less time thuu tuusa
remote (rum WsshlnKtiin,' . ,'
Bentl model, drawing "r plinto., with descrip
tion. We silvlsti, If patentable or not, free of
(liart'e. Our fun not tine 1111 patent Is seeured.
A Pamnhl.t, "llow In Obtain Hatonta," with
name of actual gllnnt In your State, eountjf, or
town, mm fruo. AtWress,
- OhdoiIU Pateal Offlo. Waihlngtoa, D. C.
A pamphlet of Information and ab-.r f
W.hIi'uiii. of the lw.,almwinK llow Uye
f Olitnln I'liloiils, ( uveiiiii, Traitrt' V
V Mrki, CoiirrlHbta, iit iec' J
V Ad'r.n MUNN . 00. i
I . J NiJIUt llriindnar. "f
Kill A (iKNKHAI. CHKKIi, ,
I'an-rre.krterUn Oeelaralloa llelng
PrHird-Aa iffart in llartnnnlu.
The cotntiiillw on a rrwd for uws
In all rroliytcrlun dononiiimtiotui
hiut Ixt'ii holding numuicr mating
at Hjirlng Like houoh, New Jcrwiy,
Twcnly-two milliou rrcKliyUTiuiut,
diciiiImmii of the eighty-oiie com
tiiunioim 011 the live ooutineuU, are
Intt-rwUHl lu tho rcnultH. TIiIh 1m
tin fourth twwrttou of the committee.
Thn thrtw prpvioim swydoiw were
hisld In New York city. It nniy Ut
ton y cur Imfoi the work 1 com
Th idea in to k'1 up a nhort, con
plae ,rwl to fxprotw tho tnw!Uua
of opinion In eighty one, Prctdiy
Ici iitn ImmIIch thitt will Hupplcmoitt,
not ttunplittit, tho niHwial mod of
ctM'h, Homo Prlyterlii!i8 ub-
wiribe to tho Wwitmlntster oonfoa
aion, olhora to the Illdolberg con-
fiwlon, Hllll other to the Aug.
borg (HMiftwion. All are Culvin-
istic, and all muiutaln a form of
govprtiminit dmiguntetl ail Prdy
The flrnt iwe of the creed will be
in the niMonitry flcldii and in col
onial Mttttluiiieiit whore Pmibyte
riitim (Himlng toother are divided
by lino diHtinctloim iuto Rinall
iMxIleH. Another two will be to
supply a popular creed for the
2,500,000 lrMbyUriatM in the
Uniled Stati. A third iwe will be
to mijiply the converted Ilrahnmn
IkIh and HtiddblHta of the Yat with
tt plain Htatemeiit of the CHlviulMtic
loci ri nen.
Of tho i lghty one oi caniintioim,
I he chief are the two Presbyterian
clnirchee of the Xorth and the
South in the ITnlted Slates, the
I'nited PresbyterlaiiH, the Dutch
and tho evangelical CalviiiiHtlc
chtirchee of Ireland, Kngland,
Waiets Ilollund, (Jermany, Prance
and AiiKtrulia. The eouimittee ea
ta'jliNluHl communication with fifty
one of Iheae organizations. Nome
of the chtirehtti authorized co 0er-
ution in furmnlating a creed. Scv
eml have declinal for the prenent
to take action, Thee are the Pree
byterian church South, the Vnited
Prenbyteriim church of North
Auierica, the Proaby tcrian church
of Ireland and the Kcformed Prea
byterian church ofSootland.
The eomniittee waa appointed by
the Presbyterian (ionoral Awtembly
of iMMi, It wtw made up as fob
low: licv. 1 r. William II. Moore,
(ViltimhuH, O., chairmanj Pcv. Dr.
William II. KuU'i'tH, of ftno theo
logical wiiiinary, Cincinnati, seci-e-tuij'i
Kev, Dr. John Dcwitt, of Mc
oorntack theoloirlcal semiuarv. Chi
cago; Rev. Dr. Francis Itrown, of
rnioii theological aeminary, New
Yoik; lvt;v. Dr. Ileijamin B. War
Held, of Priuci'ton thwlogical semi
nary, New Jersey, resigned; Jtev.
Dr. Howard Crosby, of New York,
deiHMiaed; Elder Henry Day, of Dr.
John Haira , church, New York;
Kl.ler Hubert N. Willson, of the
AUwrt HarneH church, Philadel
phia, and Kldcr K. P. Durant, of
Albany, To Dr. Crosby's place
tho Hev. Dr. Charlea A. Dickey,
pastor of the Albert llarnw church,
Philadelphia, waa appointed, and
in place of Dr. Wtvrfleld was named
Rev. Dr. John T. Dufllcld, of
Of the committee, Dps. Jfoore,
Itrown and Dickey and Elders Day
and Willson are known as liberals.
They are Driggs' men, and favor a
sweeping revision of tho church's
standards of faith and practice,
The others are conservatives, but
since revision has been ordered
they are for revision to a limited
extent. They are against Dr,
Uriggs. The working force of the
committee is nuti Kriggs, and anti
revision. Dr. Brown is abroad,
and Lawyer Day is . Kick. Dr
Dickey and Elder Willson are not
in attendance at Spring Lake Beach.
As the complementary creed is
about complete in a tentative form,'
It may ho supposed to reflect the
opinions of the minority. This
creed will go before the noxt gen
eral assembly in Portland, Or.,
next May, It will not bo cost by
litis committee in the mould of the
Ypost W Creed, nor of tho Nicene
creed. Such a creed as this is what
Dr. Ililggs and his friends want.
The committee is preparing a creed
that will bo more like a syllabus of
the Westminster confession, stating
in general terms the dogmas of
John Calvin, and set off into about
twenty-four sections. It is possl
bio that) before the eighty-one
churches have done with this con
census creed it may have lost both
its Calvanialio character and Its
The committee is also engaged in
revising the Apixstles' Creed.
Presbyterian patents are required
by the church to teach their chid
ren the creed. Two phrases have
become obnoxious to many Chris-
tiaiM,and the hwt general afwembly
MuggeUd ttrlk I ng them out. They
are "lie descended Into hell" and
"The holy Catholic church." The
drat la objectionable to rrcKbyterl
ana bccatiHo it we ma to be in line
with the theoriea of a purgatory or
of a second probation. Theaeoond
coulttin the word Catholic, which
la confounded ' with the name
Itomun Catholic church. The com
mltUse in to aoe whether the word
'tinivereal" nbould not Ihj aulmti-
tuUxl for Catholic. (
Dr. John Pewtlt, Of ChUgo,
waa ap(oiuted a nub committee to
prepare a report on the two
phraaea, to be Hubmitted to the
committee at Ha fait aoaHion. By
that time Secretary Itobci U ex
pecta to have refjionwa from other
of the eighty-one iPrcHbyterian
A WOMAN AlTOOHAI'H AI.IM'M,
Haw Selwal-Uar aullaal taoka In lb
UgbtBf AIW Year.
When the, women who are now
tweuty five and thirty years old
were aged fifteen and twenty a
goodly share of them treasured
among their chief poHOHsions au
"autograph album." This fad has
gone out u nd the autograph albums
have been laid on the shelf for
years, ana iiow-a-anys only the
poets and other great men are lie-
sieged for their names.
My school days' album came
down the other day for dusting
purposes, says a writer in the Kan.
hus City Bar, aud I chanced nKn
this line: "In Memory's jewel
casket place one pearl for me." It
was signed by one who is now the
mother of five little freckle-faced
boys and she is bringing them all
up on a farm down in the country.
I think tbat,pearl I placed for her
is the only one the hard-working
soul ever had.
Over the page a smart boy varied
the seutiment somewhat by writ
ing: "In Memory's woodbox
place one stick for me." As the
smart boy's son has since gone to
school to me I have had occasion to
use tip this particular stick on him.
"Forget me not, forget me never,
I'lltll the aim ahull Set forever,"
wrote the little curly headed Ban
gui whose sun set forever years ago;
and the Saunders girl who used to
quarrel with me regularly every
recess, inscrited her name below
the Hoes: ' .
"May the world draw to an end
Ere you forgvt your own true friend."
The school teucl er, a tall, lanky
woman who used to beat my palms
with a hardwood ruler, wrote in a
stiff hand: "The pen is mightier
than the sword," and underneath
this lino I found in my owuscrawly
penmnuship: "And a ten-foot
rule will lick both of them put to
One page touched my heart with
"Your loving mother," aud on an
other my Sunday school teacher
bad written, as every Sunday-
school teacher was wont to do at
In tho book of life, God' album,
May your name be writ with care.
But I lingered long over a
smeary verse from Benjamin Dcn-
nison. my first love, who had cour
ageously signed his name to
The rose la red, tho vllet's bluo,
Shugger la aweet and no are you.
Benjamlu has since married my
deadly rival and the young Denni
sons are nearly up to pa's shoulder,
so 1 will close my album with a
A LI, CHU.I IS REJOICINU.
Over the lth vf Kx-Presklvnt
New York. Sept. 2).The
Jlmihfa Valparaiso cablegram
says: The suicido ot lsaimaceua
yesterday morning at thoArgen
tine legation, in Santiago, Is the
ouo alworbing topio of conver
sation in every part of the city.
There is a mingled feeling of savage
rejoicing at his death, and bitter
regret that he should have killed
himself, instead of falling into the
clutches of infatuated citizens, who
would have delighted to rend him
limb from limb for the long list of
cruelties for which they hold him
responsible. It is impossible for
anyone not iu this country, or a
native, to realize the intensity of
tho hatred entertained toward the
ex-president. The national holi
days, which were to have ended
Saturday night, have been pro
longed by tho suicide. Tho feasts,
ill uiuinations and other celebrat ions
in honor of the success of the con
gressional party are kept up, fol
lowed by the marching of frenzied
crowds through all the streets
shouting songs of triumph over
(Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
the death of their former i uler.
The Valparaiso paper are just out
with extras from Santiago atont
the suicide. ,
OttWiotf ClTV, Or., Sept" 18.
This morning, while Chester Kcl
ley and Edward Jarrett aged' re
siMH'tively fourteen and sixteen,
were returning from bunting, the
accidental discharge of s gun killed
Chester, the shot toking off one
thumb and fearfully mangling his
face and bead. He lived only
about half an hour. The boys
were iruuuing backwards; Edward
fell back wards and heard a shot,
and turned to see Chester fall The
deceased was a son of John Kcllcy,
night policeman of this place.
A I l It-bed MM-rlNge,
Pf.AISFiKt.n, (inn., Sept. IllA
few days ago a serious runnaway
accident occurred, In which three
daughters of Frank P. Knight were
thrown out and all seriously in
jured. Miss Fannie, the eldest, a
beautiful girl seventeen years old,
is at the 'point of death from inter
nal injuries. When the evening
train arrived last night among its
passengers was John O. Wood, of
Jersey City, a young business man,
who went to the Knight homestead,
where he w as united in marriage
with the dying girl.
ORDINANCE NO. 79
Aa OrdlMDr Kltitt( la Ibe Mannar af
Hiilliilnc Mid and t'ro Walk la tba
City of Indepand.nr.
Tit People of the City of lwtepmdeher
dt) UriUtiit tM fMtna:
Rbctiox L All aidewalk made of wood
material in the t irat and Second ward
on Flint atreet between B aud U atresia,
aud on eaat aideof iieeond atreet between
0 aud E atreetta, and on 0 and Monmouth
mreeta between Firat and Keeond atreeta,
nhall be not lena than eight I eel wide, and
ouilt a (ollowa, to wit: Bearing anall be
two niches tbics, four inched wide, and
eight feet lone, and eball be hud on the
ground at a distance ot eight feet apart.
1 here aball be tour tier oc itringere laid
(hereon, which shall be three mchee thick
aud fix inches wide, laid at equal distance
par', (lis outside stringer to be laid so
mat the deoktug win project over tnem
uot to exoeed three inches. The deoauig
hall be mads of plank, two inches thick.
and sixed, or dressed, to an even thick
ness, aud not over eight nor
lets than four inches wide; and each
plauk shall be nulled with two twenty
oautiy nails in each of the four stringer.
All of the abuve-mentiuned wood mate
rial shall be of sound red or y el lew fir,
and the wurk shall all be done in a good
and workmanlike manner.
Hun. 1 All other sidewalks m the First
and Second wards shall be six feet wide,
with three tiers ot stringers, and in all
other respects built ot the same kind and
ize of material and in like manner as
described in section 1 ot this ordinance.
ttac. H. All street aud alley crossings in
the First and Secoud ward on Second
atreet and east thereof, shall be eighty
eight inches wide, and straight, or level,
on top, with au extra piece on each aide,
sloping down, and made ot plank three
lueties imci, ana not orer eigni nor
under six inches wide, except the side
nieces may be wider. Bearings shall
be in inches square, with each eud sloped
o as to support the side pieces of ' the
covering, and shad be placed at the d-
tanoe ot four feet apart, and eaca plank
or ooveriog to be vailed with two naila,
or apikes, not less than five and one-bait
tuches in length in each or the bearings.
All wood material shall be ot sound red
or yellow nr, ami me won none ui a goou
and workmanlike manner.
Hue. 4. Alt atreet and alley crossings in
the Rbove-meutioned wards weet ot Heo
uud atreet shall be sixty-four inohsswide,
and built in alt other reepeotsot the same
aize aud kiud ot material, and in the
same manner, as described in the next
8kc. S. All sidewalks and street and al
ley crossings in the Third ward shall be
as follows, to wit: Sidewalks shall be four
feet wide, with three tiers or stringers,
made ot 2x4 lumber, and street and alley
oruaaings shall be foity inches wide, and
level on top, with au extra piece sloping
on eaon sine, ami in an otner respects
to be of the same kind and size of ma
terial and built in the same manner as
described in the firat and third sections
o( this onlititttice. ,
8 mi 6, The consent ot a majority vote
in eesaion, of all the oonuoil aud the
mayor shall be eiuTtcient to grant the
privilege to any citizen to build a side
walk ot different width or material than
described iu the preceding sections of
Sko.7. In cnae any person shall build,
or has already omit, a sidewalk withiu
the hunts ot the city of Indepen
dence which dees not conform to
this ordiuanoe, the council may by
resolution order the marshal to
give notice to Buoh property owner to
make anid sidewalk conform to this ordi
nance; and it within thirty days after the
service of such notice, such changes are
not made, the marshal shall make such
changes, and the coat ahull be a lien
against the property,
Sbo.8. All ordinances or parte of ordi-,
Hsu'J. This ordiuanoe ahull take ef
fect from and utter its approval by the
nances heretofore passed, in relation to
sidewalks, are hereby repealed.
Passed the oonuoil August H, 1891,
Recorder of the city of Independence.
Approved September 8, 18S1,
W. I', (JONNAWsY,
How the hitman system ever recov
ers from the bad effects of the imuseoita
medicines often literally poured into it
for the supjxwlttve relief of dyspeimlu,
liver complulnt, constipation, rheuma
tism and other ailment!), Is a mystery.
The mischief done by bad medicines in
scarcely less than that caused by dis
ease. If they who are weak, lill.ous,
dyspepMo, constipated or rheumatic,
would nftcner be guided by the exieri-
enceoi invaiius wuo nave inorouiriuy
tested HosteUer's Stomach Bitters,
they would In every Instance obtain
the speediest aid derivable from ration
al medication. This medicine is a
smirching and at the same, time a thor
oughly (aifts remedy, derived from veg.
utalilc sources, and possessing, in cou
scquence of its basis of pure spirits, pro
perties as a niedleiual stimulant not t
be found in the fiery local bitters and
stimulants often resorted to by the de
hllltiited, dyspeptic and languid.