The Independence west side. (Independence, Or.) 18??-1891, June 17, 1892, Image 3

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    THE WEST SipE.
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West Side Publishing Company
FRIDAY, JI NK IT, 1SU1
HOOW TO LKT.
Nicely Mrulshed room to let either
by the ulght or week. Inquire of A.
F Stockton, 0 ulrivl. it
Rkshin a nos.- Nicholas Steele, tru
tee of school district No. !, ha tv
siglietl Ills trusteeship, M ll Intend to
remove to tlx! Kart.
Noyk'K.-T. J. F.llujrvl wllTbe In !u
iUl'kntHs Saturday, with atraw.
Mriea, Partio desiring a orate, leave
orders at "The Fair."
FvK 8.u., Two small traota of land
near Independence tuiwtly set to fruit
trees; looue ten acre tract with good
building, h"P yard, and orchard, In
quire nt this ofthv,
Bakrt Mkkti.no. A basket meet
ing will be holt) nt McCoy next Sun
tiny under the auspice of (U Presby
terian vhurvh. Revs, Jus, H. lwttle,
pastor, andJ It. N. Hell will preach.
All one cordially Invited, All should
bring their luncheons along and re-
main mr utn services, si u o cluck a.
iu,, and al 2:30 o'clock p. iu.
Dkath or Mkh. Hahhim. Mm
I t I k. . t. . . I. l j
darn woo him vii sic lor SOUie
months, passed away B tht night of
th 15th Itint, She wtM dr( attacked
with strvke of paralysis, al Mod.
mouth, Mut) tu her partial recovery
she wa taken to Kartern Oregon, am)
few day ago returned to Indepen
dence, where her death occurred, she
ww the relict of Dr. Harris, deceased,
w ho was for a number of years quit
ft prxMutueul physelan of this tiuuty.
fltt WOKK.-J. K. ItcVCltS tteHit-
ed the dollar In the First Natioual
Ilauk of thl city, fur hU sou Claude,
tbe latter to draw tbe same with com
pound Interest when It la twenty-one
years old, which will occur June an,
Itt. The ccuulitlou w t lint If t'bu.lt.
wuukl CKiutult the niuHiiUitttltiu tntilr
iwifcctly ly UwiVth lni., which tlnw
iK'liijl hi eighth hlrthilay, lib futhor
grwtl to 'rftrtu hi rt nf Ui
tract m Uve mentioned. (Inutle
ctniipWtci) hl tk, unit our itwitr
m the dciHMtt nmtte. Otunl work (tr
hu eight-year-old boy.
('hiukn' Dav. The Chlkinn'i
Day exercU's at the Pretyterlao
churcb laid Sunday evening wew ery
Ititertntine. Tbechtldmn all did u-
lrhty In their mik ud reclutltin,
ami l lie auiwrlnteadeut, tenchem, ami
Rccrotary, drv much cnnlU fur tlie
Uiauner iu whU U they hud the Ultk
one drilled, each claa npoudlttK to
it call promptly nd lit tirder The
children had tbt church Iwautifutly
decorated with evergreen and flower,
aud we think It I niui-h a Rev. I-utt
ald Iu hlhort but aprorlate ad
drtw, that 'Yhlldreu aud tloer neKin
to (to together; wherever ther I a
children' vxlbltlon, there you will
Ouu decoration orituwer." llient'lir
tion by the choir were quite Iu latt
for the tKtttslou. After a haiiiUotue
otb'rii.g had been teiitlercil by the large
cotiirrvKal Ion, the Ncrvlcv cbwed with
a ng by the chulrahd prayer by Itev.
LotU
Mantir C'urtU lUiher ha our th.tnk
fr a batutiful btiuitit't.
Attrnctof title furiiUhed by (ic.
A. Sudth attormy at btw, IudfHu
dfin. V. If. WUteaker h:w placetl a piano
In the waiting nwm of hi photograph
gallery.
ietrge Mncauhiy' two-year-old baby
fell out of a waicon VVethicwhty ami
Injuted It head quite badly.
llietTiiHiiawa and Indedeodenca H.
B. team will cm bat at TalnuiKe
gnmud tomorrow at 2) o'clock.
Parties dcirlng aMrart of title can
have them on ibort notice by applv
mtt to Oeo. A. Knilth, attorney at law,
Iiidependenfe.
The lxt spring meilicine I a do or
two of 8t. Patrick' pill. They not only
physic but clean the whole yteni,
and purify the blood. For ante by all
medicine dealers.
Mr. Damon and wife and Mr. J. K.
Hublmrd atarted Tbuistlay morning
for Hilvcrton, on ft vllt to frleml and
relative. Mr. Dsinon't mother n-aldt-a
Iu that vicinity.
The Itidejicndetiwliae ball dub will
play the Chomawa school nine tomor
row, and the game promise to be a
very Interesting one. The boy from
Chemawa defeated the home teatn lied
acajou, anil they will ue every effort
to do no again. The game will be
played on Huturdny, and ail thowe who
do not care to attend Hunday game
should take advantage of tliiaone. The
Independence annotation haaexjiended
conalderabki money and much valuable
time in arranging for amuMcment for
our jK-ople thin ummer, and the boy
should receive a lilieral patronage.
Warmer weather.
Hprlng ftvtr weather.
More new aldewaJk.
Hay hftrvetUlatapproc)lng.
Maiuut. uiamiua, Hoott baa kt her
. Jiullan v. Iiuttautetu to-mor
row,
llargalna In drew imttem at Hliellev
A YftitduynV.
RtitatuUr the liall game at Tahuag
park to-tuomiw.
What time I It? rW l'atlerou
1W. bhr add.
Sv thoe fine Ullliuru bugalea at M
fivarwrud A tWa. I
rhelleyA atuluyn am cluahm nut
lot or rvi at half privNt.
i iiwwy nmi urn toe that wear
corn, iry lUwter nmi euia
Ham aay hertdoyetl th' aluiw liu
meuaely, aud iWrt nay, "dlUm"
Mtlk-ahake, hI water, aud all kind
of renvahlug drluk at BloMHiut'a.
thguiar avrvlor at Uia lUoiint
church - uet Kunday, in.iruing aud
veuiug.
Itllll IKk 1. ft k . .
u iu n neaner aa fttltloU a new
cutmncK to hi gallery, It I a ureal
liuproVeliH'Ilt,
4 .... ... i ...
a tw u-veiu aump will irtt a unity
or '"rrt.let-tlon or Fin Trade." bv
Henry ttavrg.
I haw an elegant parlor ulte, prlt
KA Ifyou waut uuenwe It befura ytai
buy r, AiiMtlua.
tMie m tmroiiy Minor naa.a pour
Mtiewalk aloitguue aitit of but rwrty.
it htHild be repaired.
rwuti ua twtHNnt iamp aiitl w
will neiid you the ablest bouk on the
tariff ueUuu ever printed.
rerguwiu K ao Meer ara dtdiig the
hop work fttr Dr. Butler residence,
at their ii and duor factory.
Hajth door of every kind matte to
order by Fergtwoo k Vau Meer. Fac
lory oppoaite the Houtheru Pacific
lk'H)l.
Itca.l the bKilt, "Protectlou or Free
Trade,' which the W err Hiir will
ml to yuu FKKK for two-cent
(lamp.
The ( eiitntl JlapUat AjuMMdatiou I
iu aewtluu at Dak Creek, lx mllo
wuthof Albany, aud will coutiuue
over ISabhath.
The Otvgtm rtte PhamaoutloJ
AMociation wu In 'wl..u In Haleiu
the Hih and IStii. J. V, Hmttor at
tended from thU city.
The Irwbyterln church, ot Haleui,
will give an excuntiou to A litany, mi
they'd liiotitnU The party will atop
at Itidcpendcuceaml go over to Mon
mouth,
While playing with ft wagon In
enmpaay with Mveral otrwr boy, little
Claude Kt evertfly hurt hi arm
Tutday. Dr. le attendwl to the
Injury.
C'omnteneeiiient at Monmouth next
week. The liacealaureat aermon
will lie ireachet be llev. Ku miner, of
Taylor street ehuroh, Portland, next
Buntlay.
Walker
LOCALS. HARRISON AND RH1D.
The Alxive Names Will Head the
Republican Ticket.
Notwltbatamtlng the great eiilhu!
ftiu nianlfeated whenever the name of
Jantva (), ltlalua wa mentioned, the
national Republleau eouveiilloit Horn
naled IWitlamlu HarrUm ftir the pre
lileiicy on the flmt Ixillot. The opi
alllou did everything pomtihle t defeat
Mr. HarrlMoii, but they were wholly
unable to aecoiutilUh tlnlr puritwai
It waa claimed that Itlalne woultl have
4a vote on the find ballot; Indeed,
cauva of the delegate ly alalea tin
1 iinmthty, tlie day before the vote wa
lakeu, acenietl to liow that ott the flmt
ballot Urn vote would aland; lllalue.
Harrlatut, 404; Alger, ill; McKlu
ley, 12; Reetl, 8; Alllmu, 1; doubtful ftl
Miner tin canvaaa w an errnr, or
the Harrlaou men did ome very d
cUlve work In the Iweuty-hmr hour
pretvdliig the balloting. The latter
aupiNwltion 1 probably eurreet, aa th
eauvaaa alatve given wa made by par
tita whoao rellahlllty 1 umiucetloued
At any rate, the vote ou the flmt Iml.
lot waa a follow; Harrtaon, iWj;
lllalne, IKi'l; McKlnley, lti; Rcl, 4;
Llueoln, 1; total vote, WM. The con
veuliou then matle llarriaon'a noml
uatlou uuanimou, after which there
wa a great outburat of eothuliii.
The eonveutloii then ftiljouriietl until
t p. in,
At the evening wmIou, Whltelaw
Held, etlltur uf the New York Tribune,
wa iiomliiatetl fur vlue prealtletit by
actlaiuatloit. Mr. IWId ha been min
ister to France for the pat three year
J ul how Held' candidacy w III pleaae
th ma uf the Itcpubllcau of New
lork can not be Md at thl wilting.
lie ha for year been the nit bitter
ami unreleutlug foe toorgaulMHi htlior
lu general, ami to the International
Topograph ical Union In particular.
A rtwolution alguetl by commltteti of
New York Typographical rukm, No.
tt, ttattug that an far a the printer
were concerned, the trouble had been
nettled, wa read. It I awertett that
the m-ttlcuieut of the difficulty with
the printer waa "the lat uf a eerie of
irepKrtory arrangement, whervutKu
the (New York delegaltoo formally
aud uuaultuutudy tumle him the candi
date for vice breaiitent," It will be
ttutilde to know how true I hi ury
until aomethlng mure deflulte
mad publk'. Certain It I tiuvt It l mi
portaut, for there are alunt S.ooo vole
Iu the printer' union of New York,
ami eight year ago the pnuter vottni
a unit agaiuit jiiaine tiecnuae t
Itetd' pHtou; If th printer ha
voted with their party at that time,
Cleveland' majority of about eleven
hundred Iu New York would have been
turned Into defeat,
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THE OFFICIAL VOTK OF 1MI.K COCM Y-tiKSFliM, M.KtTlox, JUXK 6,
Orril'K AMI CAMIiMtATk,
new
Catrrli Cannot hti Cured
with local application, a they cannot
reach the ut of the dieae. Cuturrh
is a bbxKl or coriHtitutlomtl dlHcane, and
In onler to cure It you munt tuke Inter
nal remedle. Hull' Catarrh Cure I
taken Internally, and twt directly on
the blood and rnttcu Murfacc. Hall'
Cuturrh Cure m not a quuck medicine.
It wa preacrlbed by one of the btat
phyNlcIoriH iu tbl country foryeam.oud
I a regular prescription. It 1 com
posed of the beat tonic known, com
bined with the bt blood purifier,
acting directly on the mueu urfuce.
The tierfect combination of the two In
gredient 1 what produce uch won
derful rcHUltnln curing caturrh. (8cnd
for ttttthrionmlH, fr.'
F. J. Chbmkv A Co., Prop., Toledo, 0.
Bold by druggit, price 7fC. ;
Mntll liiilf M Wand for th Hi Bin Nar
mimI Hcliiiol.
Heidcd bid will lie fewtived by the
unilcwlgned for lurnMiIng Wi tier of
two fixit oak grub wood not under two
inohe nor over eight Inche In diame
ter, wood not to be cut later than July
35, 1892, aud to be delivered and corded
Jn woodhouw) by Heptamber 15, The
right I reserved to reject any and all
bid. JJId must Imj in by 12 o'clock
uoon ou June i!0tb. All bid to be ad
xlrewMid to J. B. V. IllJTLKB,
Secretary,
lire, are having a
itiilewaiK lata In front or tlielr gnxvry
tore. Thliagtd move, a a art
of front mtreet la badly In need of
better elilcwalk.
iHi not negltiet to necure ft copy of
'rnitcrtkinorrn Tratle," which we
end frw for twont tain p. Hm
an other chanc will prolmbly never
be your.
AyHingon of J, 11, V. Duller fell
from hi father' wagon Wednwilay,
and wa quite neverely injured. He
bud a ii arrow escape from death, a the
heela!mot paused over hi neck
Rev. I. V, Poling wlil preach In
tlie Chrbttlau church Hunday evening
only, a be will preach at Dixie Iu
the morning. In the evening Mer,
Cook, JLoughary, and IVIIng will alug
a trio.
A jretilleman. uuiler forty year of
age, wlitoie hair wa rapidly , becoming
thin and gray, began the um of Ayer't
Hair Vigor, aud in nix mouth hi hair
wa restored to It natural color, aud
even more than it former growth and
rlchiiem.
1), F. Andrew boa purchased Mr,
Aeshtluian'g half Interest Iu UielW
tile' moat market Tho firm name
will be Hoy t A Andrew. They will
continue to furnlnh you first -cliut meat
at the old ahtnd, opposite the Little
Palace hotel.
It la conjectured that ft cclflc may
yet lie found for every III that flush I
heir to. However thla may be, cer
tainly the best upcclllo yet found for
dlwosca of the blood I Ayer'e Barnapa
rlllu, and most disease originate from
Impure blood.
Mm. M. A. C. RobertMon ha moved
her residence to the corner of her lot,
and is completely remodeling it. The
front door wa furnished by rerijuson
A Van Meer, and it I very fine
piece of work. California redwood wi
the luutcrlul selected
It. H. Wilcox A Co. furnished tlie
excursion party which went to Oregon
City last Baturdny, with all the refresh.
mollis served during ttie trip. It 'peak
well for the firm that they were able to
furnish everylhlng that could lie de-
siriHl in tlie way of refreshment on a
moment's notice.
Kveryone want noniuthing for
nothing, and for a two-ceut stamp we
will send you a book for which you
can learn more alxiul the tariff lit one
hour than most people learn In a life
time. The stamp I Just to pay the
nostairo. Tlie book should lie read by
every man and woman rcgardles of
party, i
Mrs 0. D. Butler very royally enter
tained a number of mend at tneir
borne In thli city, on last Friday even
ing, It being the occasion of herleige
lord' 80th birthday. Game were In
dulged In during the evening, after
which cake and strawberries and ereara
worn partaken of to the heart' con tent
Tho Joke of It oil waa that It came
nearer being a.mirprlse to Mr. Butler
than the doctor, a he did not conceive
or detect, during the entire evening,
that it wasanurprlse for him, think
ing that hli better half had Invited
only few friend in to spend the
evening. After they all iia no-
parted for their several home, sue
asked him why he did not say he whs
siirnriscd. when he at once mw the
isdnt and very highly ftppreciaiea it
(itMHl iMkl,
- Ouotl look are more than kln deep,
depending ujs'ii a healthy condition of
all tint vital organ. If the liver no Iu
active you have t)iiKuitK; if your
stomach lie dtaordc red too have dya-
peptto look, and If your kidney be af
fectetl you have a pinched look. - Be-
eare good health and you will have
good looks. FJecmo Hitter I the
great alterative and toulo that act di
rectly ou theae vital orgaiia. Cunw
pluilk, bktlchea, U4I, and give
gtHid coiuplexkiii. Bold at any drug
tore; otiq. irr bottle.
rCBSONLMCNTION.
Mr. Huusaker will return the flint
of the week. ,
Jamea Wheeler, ol Haver, called ou
u Wctluratlay.
J. II N. IU I1 1 alteudlng the Mum.n
tc (irand Iodge.
Mia. Ota Roberusin returned to
Portland Monday,
J. M. Htark matle a buslnea trip to
Portland Weduewlay. ,
W, II. Wheek-r made a bulnei trip
to Portland till week.
Mr. Cox, of Dixie, with hi little one
wa In town thla week.
P. L Campbell went to Vancouver
on a bulueM trip Wednesday,
Win, FuiUa,of Parker, waa tlolng
nine trading Iu town Thursday .
0. B. Huver, form the Luckiamute,
wa perainhulaUiig the city ibura-
day.
Ioti Van Nortwlck went to Yaqulna
to-duy, where he will ruu burlier
hop.
Ii. C. ikdl went to Portland Tuesday,
ostensibly to attAUid the Uraud Iotlge
of Mumoum.
J. B. Cooper 1 atteiitllug the Grand
Iiotlge of Maaou In session In Portland
till week.
C.H. Mattoon and J. W. Hood aud
wife are attending tlie Baptist associa
tion at Oak Creek.
Mis. Katie Wheeler U visiting
with J. W. Kearn and family In the
metropolis thla week.
Mlsa Nellie 11111 went , to Eugene
Thursday. Bhe lutcuds to atop at
ortlnud a day or two.
Mm. F.. K. Paltock returned to her
home In Corvalli lust Friday from a
two week' visit to Mrs. F. A. Dimly.
C. O. Leo, of Albuay, i visiting with
hi daughter, Mrs. F. A. Ikiuty, and
brother, Dr. T. J, Lee, of this city, tills
week.
V. B. Partlow', of Oregon City, wa
visiting with J. A. Wheeler and
family, over last Hunday. We ac
knowledge ft pleacaut cull from him
lust Friday,
Reub. Booten, of Eusturn Oregon,
cume into town Thursday, He was
warmly greeted by hi numerous
friend bore. He wa formerly a resi
dent of thl county, .
Mia Delia Byer floated lu upon u
like a gentle zephyr Monday morning
aud aut ft few sticks of tpye for us, We
would be glad it she would come
often. Bhe will return to Portland
next week.
T. M. Silver, tho Southern Pacific's
agent at Independence, left till week
for a trip through the Houth and Mid
dle West. He 'will stop iu Denver, and
will then go to ,Toxu. He will be
gone about lx week.
Itev. K. I. Hornor, of Newport,
visited friend In Independence a day
or two thla week. Ho report New
port ruther nulet at present, but they
are bcglulng to make preparations for
tho pleasure seeker who flock to that
resort during the warm Hummer
ay. ' ,' I
tll'I'NIN JHUti.
A. P. Ikiunelt,.
F. A, Mtaire.,,,,
Will II. Walker
Ileni. P. Welch?
Arrosss? Unkxhai,
tieu, K Cliainlmrlaln,
Lionel P, Webster
CoNoN
(linger llnriiiaiin,,,, ,,,,,,
WintleldT. Itigdou,,,.
M. V. Kwk.,..
It. M. Vealch.........
Ciat'Vit Juooa
Ueo, II, Ihirueti,
J, T, llendrith ,
J.J. rbw
t)iTier AtroKKxv
W. It. Illlvleti,,.
K, it. Iviiiou.
Jauie McCain .......
MXMIIKM lUlANII FuCAklXATIOM
W. U, ttsilev ,, ,
g, n.tiium' ,,
Cba. Miller...
HfAl tSNATO
N, L. Butler ,.,,.. ,..;,-,,
D.I.. keyt, ,.,,,,
lifortre Hklnnert
liXI'HSSKStATtVI
K. I'. Owlim .
O. W. Mver .. ,,
1X0. Hul'ek ,, , ,.,.
t. P, W. Klrlmrdout,,
J.O, dual.
VlUSTV Jt'lMift
K T. Htireh
Vruk Hullei,,,,.,,. ,
ifoberl lltme? ,
UMMsIOSa,
Henry Rverly... , ,,
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W. W.Millert
Sassier
W. II. Kuvkewlal).........-..
W. L Well, ,,
tll'STV Cl tHK.
Ittitfh liatdain ,. ,
II. F. Mulkev ..,
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11. II, Cobb? .
II, It. IVmper..
iiooi, hcrr.
T. O, lliilchbiMii
C. A. Mimjiilol
thirvevor.
T. L Butler
J. C, Kecird
AMrMMir,
t lde lWket
J. W. McDowell., ....
' J. K. t-kaifef
Coroner.
F. I.. Keteluiui
W. H. ParrUM
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Itall.
The kal nlii from Corvalll visited
lllileeiuleiii and crowed bl with
the lutlepeiitlenw team lat Sundiy at
th grouutU at Tahuag. Tlie game
wa wltnewd by ftou peopln, and wa
IntenitUng throughout. The Curvaili
boy found that they were not In It,
and tfir they try to play our boy
again they Will undoubtedly almtigth-
wu their ctab. Th wr waa. '
Corvalll. 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 2 0-7
Iitdepeiitleuca..... I 1 g 1 1 8 0 -H
Two-baav hit, Warner; Three baa
hit. Vtneiant, I .riper, (irn, Noyea,
Itiin h. Haseton bnll, ilrven 3. Hit
by pltchtitl baita, Howell I. ntruck
out, Howellft; Orwu
S. Passed ball,
Wild pltche.
I'mptr, E. 3.
Itt'ime H, Collin
lluwvll ft, tlreen
Nortbiup.
Chaniberlnla't t'ollc, Cholera and
IHrrhM Kemedy It th Htaudard.
It many cure have won It pralae
from Main to California, Kvery family
and every traveler should be provided
with It at all time. No other remedy
cull take It place or do It work. !
nd &0 cent bottle for sale by all med
icine dealer.
Hoc tt:"If your husband' hiccough
do n't stop vary soon, madam, he'll I
a dead man. There I only one thing
to 1 done; he must be startled out of
them. Can you suggest any way?"
Anxious wlfe.itfioughtfully:) "I might
tell him that I hail decided not to order
that new silk dre."
Ml Orace Lltllejohn I a little girl,
aged eleven years, residing lu Hulti
more, Ohio. Head what slut say: "I
wa troubled with rbcumatisin for two
yearn, but could get nothing to dome
any gKl. I was so helpless that 1
hail to be carried like a tube, whan I
wa advised to get a bottle of Cham
berlain' Pain Halm. I got It from
our druggist, Mr. J. A, Kuiubler, ami
In three day I wo up and walking
around. I have not felt any return of
It si noe, aud my llinlw are a limber im
they ver were,'' fin-cent bottle for
sale by ail medicine deafer.
"Now, my little man, describe your
symptom." ''I have n't dot any
syniptlm; I dot a pain."
In a riHHnt letter to tho proprietor
Mr. II. M. Hangs, tlie druggist at
Chatsworth, III., ay: "I am very
much pleased with ClminUirliiln's
'ough ltemedy. During tlie epidemic
f la grippe hero It took the lead and
wa very mucn lienor iikcu man
other cough medicine." The grlpie
reiinn's precisely the sumo treatment
a a very severe cold, ror widen tni
remedy i o etllcleut. It will prompt
ly loosen a cold and relievo the lung,.
soon ellcctlng a permanent cure, while
most other nielcine lu common use
for colds only give tcinporury relief.
ISO cent bottle for sale by all medicine
dealer.
Our hardware men are doing a good
usl lies. Farmer aro preparing for
tlie ooinl ng harvest.
Ilunklen's Aritlna !.
Yhe best salvo In tlie world for
bruises, sore, ulcers, salt rheum,
cuts,
fever
sores, tetter, uhapied hands, chilblains,
corns, and all sklu eruptions, and posi
tively cure pile, or no pay, required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction, or money refunded. Price, iift
cents per box. For ule by any drug-
giHt. .
LAST JD ALU. ', '
Duo notice lius Imhiu given to cull und
settle and nil account not settled by
tho 15th day of this mouth will be
placed In the hands of acompetuut col
lector for linniedlute collection. ' We
mean business and do n't you forgot It.
Dr. Pruilon want to pay hi honest
debts aud must have money.
KKTCIIUM & PIIUDEM.
MONEY TO LOAN.
On Improved farms, In sums of $2,000
and over, by H.Uouiwmith,
Agent,
PoHtoffloe box 403, Portland, Or.
ftum.erioi ou runs thaj?m
Tills I a liook lliell W publisbetl
III IH.n1, by Henry tiemge. U tkt
upaoinrtSouor more 10 mo psgi of
fair-siwd lyt'. In itHigns retvniiy,
during tbileliBt m the fre-wtil bill,
th tHk wa printed Uslily In Its
(AwiyrnnWiaui Jirmnti by represent
tim Joliimnu of Ohio, Hume of Ken
tucky, Washington of Tviine,
Fithlan of Illinoi, Ikiwunui of Iowa,
and Hlmpmin of Kti. Tliie gentle
men then had the tyi from which tlie
AVinr, m priitietl, ud t print
largvetlltlou of the ls.k, tlie eott Uing
only alut one cent iwr impy. Tin
mt la aoallgltt that everyone enn gt't
the hts.k, aud the WrsT ritnt will
gladly have a copy mailed to any ad
der on hwlpt of a twifocnt tiimiik
Wa do this because We believe every
one hould nwi the book. There l
110 money la H to n. Th Isvik cost
ua one omit each and then we pay one
cent piwtagn, u that we are riinply out
ofjss-ket th "t of the lais and
writing material necessarily usrd (it
ending the book nut. Hut we nr
more than willing to do this in onler
to aid lu spreading knowhdge on the
question (hat Islstund to lie the Issue
of the next t'tinpiirfH. i
The bouk Is si kuott li ili;i.,l to 1st by
far the bed treatise 011 the lurid that
waaever published in (hi or lu any
other country, No other book com
mence at the Is'glunlng of the siilt-
Ject anil carries It to its logical con
elusion. There I no ren.wii why
everyone should not have a copy, anil
MM tho tssik CtMlffyoU absolutely llotll
log, we hope to have you send us your
name and a two-cent stomp to y
the postage. tN'Ild "'.
' 1 Vranenaeml llil, Vet Smt-il.
From a letter written by Mrs. Ada
K. Hurd, of (irolon, K l, we ipiote:
'Waa taken with a bud wkl, which
mOtlctl 011 my lungs; cough set iu and
finally tcrmluittcd lu coiMtiniptlmi.
Fotirdtsilor gave me up, saying, 1
could live hut a short time. I gave
myself tin to mv Havior, determined if
I could not stay w Ith my friends 011
earth, I would meet my absent one
above, My hustmud was ml vised to
get lr. King's New Discovery for 0011
mimptlou, coughs, and colds. I gave It
a trial, took lu all eight boll leu; It, hu
cured nic, and thank Uod I am now a
well and hearty woman." Trial bot
tle free at any drug store; regular slwi,
ftdc. and 81.00. .
It. M, 1.ISHS. IMIIUTAKMI.
II. M.Mui's takes this opportunity tJ
stale to the public that he I pnpretl
to move corpse from one graveyard to
another In Is-ttcr condition and at
more reasonable rati1 than any one
else,
...,... ,
Notice,
Notice I hereby given that I wil
receive, scaled bids until June 20, 1HIW1
for 100 conls of red-llr split wood, said
wood to bo delivered nt tlufschoolhoum'
by 8ept.cuiher 1st. For further par
ticular call at the More of O'Doiuiell
& Irvine, J. 1). Iiivink,
District Clerk.
Ntiii-lriutii Hup rreM.
Having made arrangements with
Ed lllddle, of the Dallas Iron works,
Dallas, to miinoliictui'o my 11011-tranip
hop press, 1 take this inwtns of giv
ing notice to all thoso wishing orders
for this season to hand the saiuu iu by
July first. PiKitcH Hiiiiis. 2 4t
TImTk TA1II.K,
Iiitliniliiti uil Miiuintiiith Mulur I.lne
Lsitvns Olives
Inilmiiiltiui). MiiniiinuUi,
7:im 7!ilu
Ml) 8:'J5
Dillll llKim
11:1(1 vim
Um 2: Hi ..'
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mii
THE CRADLE.
LFMON.Horii, to the" wile of John
Lemon, Wednesday, June 8,11)2, an
eleven pound hoy. 1
BUSINESS LOCALS.
Some very nice lMinge at F. An-
stlue'a,
Wall pajs r lu endlm variety t F.
Aiwtlne',
HljoV confectionary neat tlior to
lito(ll(. , . , ,, ;;,
Clollilng nttver wa a cheap a It I
at Hhelley A Vamluyn'a.
Mn-lliy ,i Vanduyn are .doiug the
clothing buslntw of the city. ? , f t
tio toW. K. l iootWrfor dorahle
fit wear uf any mttl all kind. - ''-
If you want house furnlithtng gssl
coll on F. Anxtln at Monmouth.
Ice cream, stsla, ami lmsirti'd cigar
of all kin.ls at Mr W.H. WhlU aker'a.
Fur the lineal, caudle and eonfeo
Uonary lu the city, call at P. C. Patterson',
The latent style ol parasol at IShel-
fcy & Vanduyn', The btwt value lu
the city. '
If you wlh tn buy trash do not go to
ftus-kt m Honkle' a they have only
the btwt. ; '
, J, C, Patterson alwayt km-p on
baud a full supply of Havana nd Key
Went cigar. . i
Dig biirsalu lu clothing at Hhelley
A Viimhivn's, Take advautoge of the
lilg dlsmlllit. X '
duly a few of thoso (loldeii (Sate
cts.k book left at T. W. Este", Call
ami get one fMV
Ielitu' cream brottidtsl uovelty stilts
at Hirlli-y & VumliiyuV Just the
thing for gratlitatlug costume.
Stis'ktoii A ileiikle had their hands
full last HiUiirday aiuuiiliug to the
w mils of tlielr numerous customers.
Try Wrong's restaurant, Westacott A
Irwin, propi letnrn, when In Salem.
Meals, llit clinw 1 11 every way, !i't cent.
i i ...in ...... u..,ii ,.. ....11 i
at Stockton k llenkle' and ts their
elegant Hue of drtss giNsis. It I Jusl
tplt'iitlld.
StiH'kbin Ileiikle bought their
clothing, sin, hut, glovtw, auspctid
ers, and some dress gissls, ulreel from
the tnaii niacin ror for cash.
You can get a good cigar a T. W
FmIcs's for .1e, and j'ou can get a Hue
cigar for 10c; ami 11 you want some
thing way up line, he has It for Ifto.
S-nd your luiindrv to the Halcm
steam laundry. Mr. tloll', driver of tlie
Saleiu stage, will take it ror you.
Leave order nt tho upper livery stable.
Ladles, If you wish to see something
gay and handsome in tho line of sun
shinies ami pnrasol, do not fall to call
at Stockton A Ileiikle'. They have
them.
Ou ncTount of tlie hard time and
money Mng scarce, I will nearly give
gooili, a way for thirty days for cash on
the block. And do n't you forgot it.
T. W. 101 e.
O' Donne 11 A Irvhieaw selling more
tiugglrs anil cart than all other houses
u Polk comity combined. Why! He-
cause they are selling better goods for
less money, ami nave the largest and
most complete stock to choose from.
I to you Ilka to smoke a good cigar? If
yon do call at T. v. lister, llo lias
ihu largest, and most complete assort
ment of cigar iu town, both In in' 10c
ami loo goods.
Stockton A 1 lonkle arc Justly proud
of tlielr large and very handsome slock
f dress lrooils, laities , gioit', ami clill-
iliim's line slus's, men's, boys' and chil
dren's clothing, nil lu the latest styles
and best of goods.
If vmi are at all particular about, the
looks of your Collin's, cull's, and shirts,
foil will scml tliom to tlie Salem steam
laundry, where (hey will im turned out
Willi a glossy tlnlsli that i elegance
Itself. Prices very low, Leave order
al the Salem stage barn.
There Is no ulnce In Oregon where a
better meal is served than at the res
taurant of WeataoottA Irwin, 271 Coui
mcrelal street, Snlcoi. Courteous at
tention, a line meal, ana tlie popular
price of 2fi cents, have made this
IiciUHe the headquarters of everyone
who has occiihIoii to dluo in Halum.
Jt.'KKM, '
SJJ Wrand lostli.ooobv lire,
DciiKM'rats of Maine. MIss1hiiii, and
m 1 m. .... . . ...
3 1 it-1 iw, rtt lor i ii'vi iiuiq
llw ball; Portlund H, Tacoma hone,
at Portland. Kpoknue 2, Sfitl tie maie,
at rteatue, -At
Haiitu ;ro, California, Henry 11
Hlothew shot hi wife and I lien killed
hlmsolf. The cause I not known,
He w a atraiiKcr lu Caiitit Crux,
The woman will live,
Hub Workman, of V'clvcrde county,
2s I Tenas, wa shot and killed by Charles
llloiiileli. nUsOtmail was fcr,-rif-l coo 1 1
by two vouiik Isdie, and thiiikinu I
was on llloinli ii's aiMiliut, started out
to kill him. At lh jsirll of her own
life, one uf Ihu young ladle warned
llloudi'ii. The two men met at
llloii(on'giiti, where tlio laltor shot
SlacKlliail, '
Jl'NKO.
Hiws bull: HealtUi 4, Hsikaue 3, at
hk-atlle,
Hlduey Dillon diet), aged eighty
year.
Alabama DetniH'rata favor Cleve
land' nomination,
Tin) trlk of the miner al the Cieiir
il' A loan, Idaho, mine ha eudi'd, the
mine uwner wlmilug
Mm. Minnie I0h-.1i recently Ittt four
ohlblren from dlnhllierla. and irrief
drov her to suicide by hanging,
ikih For. I, tioUirltni for killlnir Ji-s
Jamm, at HI. Js, Mo , ulsiul ten year
ago, w snot aim kiiicn at t. reei,
Colorado.
It lld that Sentor Hill ho wrlt-
U'll a letter to the lie iitis-ratie. 11111
ager of New York signifying lit will
ingiiea to withdraw from tlie presl
dentiid ran whenever In their opinion
ocii a tep tmil ustumeexinxucui
Pwo masked men . stlcmiili-l to mIi
a tr)l ear al Hsikito. Tlie 011 ly
paasenKer Wa Miller i vis, who hail
1000 ou hi roii. Itesiiw Die Hu
tlou and ewMI from the t sr, when
one or tlie nmber tarl.el In pursuit.
Iavl drew a knife and tornttl to
grapphi wltli tlie Mldwr, when the
latter allot litm through the baud.
After Hnng, the robber returned Ut the
car. ami jmvi mail in way to (own
and gave the alarm. Tiw rohlwr have
not 111 caught,
Jcsg 10. ' Jf
lliwe ball: Seattle 12, Spokane 4, at
Hwtttltj
John Wyant, a Isttchelor who lived
alone on hi homiwlcud , some niiie
from Siiokane, Yash., ws slml
through the head and through the
heart, and hi throat wo cut from ear
to ear. The body wa thcti placed in
the lru and covered witli buy, wlico
the barn wa net on fire, lie was
upixsK-d to have a larue amount of
mout-y cotitvultsl alsmt til lloune. I he
burning Iwrn sttnwtiil the attention
if iiclulibora, whotomid everything In
the house in gfttat cuufusioil, Dm. of
W yaul ttorses and satblle arc mlssiuic.
There Is no clue to the murderer.
Jl'MC 11.
Twoehs'lrtetiarsctiilldtHl at Ijiwreuce,
Mass., and a tsiy w killed. , . ,
h. L. Polk, tmatldftit of the Farmer'
Alliance, died at Warhlugton.
At Itellalre, Oliliv,a train craslied
(uto a striH't car and killitl three pt
tm,
Frank Waller, of Oakland. Cat.,
broke the twenty-four hour bicycle
record.
lbuie ldl: Titcoma fl, Portland 3, at
Portland. (Seattle .1, Spokane 2, at
SattU.
Hlx-yeahold Mort nols-rtson. ofll
watn llregon, was Killtsl ny llitlatl-
i-i.ii.iital discharge of a gun.
In a whisky-trust mm, the Uuitifl
State circuit court decide liie trust
I a legitliuate bunlne corporation, ,
A pleasure yacht ran down a row
Isatt Iu North river, and a man and
woman who were In tlie kitl were
drowued. '
At Ixdiauon, Or,, John Orislmm'
team rau away, throwing him from -the
wagon. A w heel issetl over hi neck,
breaking IL
Paymaster OIIm, of the Judson
Iron Work, San Francisco, wa rohl?d
of Il7,uti In cash while una train on
hi way to iay oil' the employes. The
1-ohhcr escaietl.
A not occurred t Tonawand.i. New
York. Three hundred union hnnl,r-
men drove the iioii-iiiilon men from the
yard of Weston A Son, Police at
tempted to drive oil tlie strikers, aim
lired Into tlie erowii. but the men re
turned the lire and the policemen fled
Instead. Two palicciiH'n wow wouml
ett. The herlll' arnstti nine of the
men. ,
At New York. (leu. H.CJray broke
the world' record of putting the six
teen poninl shot, the distance bning
forty-eight fit and one-fourth Inch,
tho best prevlou record being forty
stven fts-t seven and three fourths
liu'liis. A. P. Sehwaner' ataudlng
high lump wo Ave feet three and one
fourth Inches, beating the world' rec
ord bv two aud otie-hnlf Im-hea. J,
S. Mitchell threw the tirty sii-pound
weight thirty-live feet six Indie, Isiit
lug the twwt previous record, which
was thirty-four fis-t eleven Inches.
Jt'NH 11
Ilase hall: Tamilian, Portland 3, at
Portland. Sikatie ft, Seattle 4, at
Scuttle. Portland and Tacoma are
tied for first place.
In Oklahoma City two white women
were criminally assaulted by negroes,
and a mob endeavored to lynch them,
Tlie colored nortlon of the population
say they will protect the accused to the
last extremity, nnti a nice, war is
threatened. '
Ji'nk 1:1.
A (lOUII lUIKIAlN.
For sale In West lndcptndcnco,
eight blocks from niuln street on Mou
mouth street, four kits, a four-room
col lage, wit h burn and other out build
ings, partly sot to young orchard and
Miuiill fruits. TbiHisa good bargain if
taken Boou. Inquire at this office.
W. C. T. V, t OUM.
1)kh Histsiis: No doubt you have
Wondered that no mention haa been
made of the tt convention of tlie W,
('. T, C, which met at Pendleton the
2lih of May. I hd fully Intended to
have It lu the county paper, but have
l?en very busy sIiiim my return I
liave hotl no time to get my scattered
nob- together lor th press. l'erhai
while It Is Isstl never to be late, we had
Is'tter say this time, better late than
never: so I will give you tome note uf
the trfit, who I met, aud what waa
oiMj at the convention, ,
I started from home ou Monday, and
it wa rny giM fortune Ui meet tlie
lamiiiu Oi li'ifutloii at the station in
i,.-ii....,t u,i. iiku ,..wH..ir 11.
save tiiiui by traveling In the bight, an
to Imj ready to meet those who pre
ceded us ou Saturday, in time for the
ouiliigof the convention. We bad
very pleasant trip, starling from Port
laud at half nasi seven In the evenlnir.
and rt-acbing tlie city of Pendleton
about live in tlie morning. It teemed
i.i i a pleasure to me to be again with
our district president. Dear Slater Kd-
iv arils, li) 1 our state evangelist now,
hud charge of the devotional part of our
UMtitlugs, and her prayers and reading
if tlie bcrtmurn wore wicu an 1 1110 ra
tion Ui nil, ciTlsIly tlMiae wlio had
Ihh'u k by her wise counsel so lung,
and who then hod to lo her from our
work to give lair to other iswltlou In
our field of labor. Polk county espe-
ially will miss tier efllclent work.
Jur nieeliug were held In the IlaptUt
huirli, and the minister of the cv-
eral churcliw, aud the teacher aud
doctor were all iu sympathy with u
hi our work, niaklug very pkauant
lhcs for 11 during convention
bourn. They led the viuging la our
evening mwmIou, which waa very fine.
The gissl ptviple of Pendleton did an
much to uitleriain u pleasautly, and
we U ft. there fiHsllug It wa gissl for u
to Im at IViuili ton. We shall all feel
that we have added new links of great
value, to our temperance claim from
that part of the Iititd' vineyard. We
had several visitor from Washington
ami other points, one from the slate of
I,DUliuua 1 Isilleve, who aald It waa
bl pleasure to ktiow our national pree
idtint. Miss Wlllard. and that she had
tswu hi KiitKt at her uieetinm In the
dly where be resldel. We will long
remember the eiictoiraging word lie
gave u to go on to victory, that It waa
surety our, much sooner than we ex
sh'UmI. Coming from such a grand
and noble gtoitlt'ioan, aud from tbe ex
treme ouUi, it did us good to know
there would wsm te no north, noaouth,
110 east, no wwl, but ait on in tbe
lird.
At the ou-ulug uf tlie convention
there were over thirty dak-Kate, and
all tlie state oUbvr, and many of the
tiieriiitciidi-ut and county presl-
limts, making mute a resisx-table iiuin-
ts-r, etHislderlug tlie distance aud ex-
tM-iiseuf gtifng so fur. The devotional
exerclsnt of the first aensiou took up
nearly half of liiemoruluit iu prayer.
cripture ieason, and aouge of prauw,
Irian 1 lie many prominent state work
ers. Ueu-ltliotl was wiiti us In tbe
beginning of our work, and continued
Willi 11 In our meeting. Tbe usual
uumhcrnf committee were appointed,
and H to work. The recording secretary
n ail the iiilimtt of tbe last executive
iion siin the last suite convention.
The emsniilitig secretary gave a
sUtteiueutof the different unions over
tlie state, repurliug 100 union lu Ore
gon, (if thai itumlsjr ulsiut twenty
nix wen new otn-s added since the butt
state meeting. Some union had not
reported and time had disbanded,
Out most of those reKrtlng had In
creased in iis'tnbership aud had done
some very effective work iu their sever
al lisalititftt. 1 hope next year I may
Iiiivt a twtter n-sirt from the unions of
4 'elk county, though some of them
live giveu a splendid rert of work
douc. We cau reisjrl tair work belter
tiuiu we did. Sistcra, let u try thla
ycari to have regular meetings, and
take up the department work, and
county work, then we will feel we
have really been worker aud will be
ou hantl to fiirnish our pan of tlie pro
gramme and report work done. Polk
county had mauy compliment given
by the lecturer aud stale loflloers for
what we had some of ua tried to ac
complish, and when the report come
ror l-oyai Teuipcratice legion work. 1
was very proud to have the greatest
honors for our own children In Polk
county. Yes, the banner given to Ore
gon by the national for the great
rnclhV Const lxiyal Temperance Le
sion is ours for the greatest increase iu
mciilK.-rhlp aud being tbe beat organ
ized state. Polk county waa the first
organized county and haa the greatest
munis of legion aud greatest In-cn-ttio
iu liit'inliers. 1 also told the
Iodic at the convention I believe we
had the oldest pledged member In
our county. That will be decided lu
next year's report to tlie state superin
tendent of louiou work. Dallas legion
won this prize and will be the banner
legion for the coming year. "
The reisirt of lecture work given by
Mrs. 11. Hrowu, of Albany, showed
we had kept our work before the peo
ple this year better than we thought,
having 227 lectures given in our state
since last couvenilou. Thirty-three of
those were given in our county, by
Mrs, liiggs, Mrs. Uuruh, Mr. Cox,
and Mrs, Hartford, with a report of
one union reorganized and six new
one added to our list In Polk county.
I ho we may bo able to report them
ull iu working order next year, and aa
many more new one on the list One
thing 1 noticed, other counties bad
many more honorary members than
we had; perhaps we are to blame for
this; however, we will try to Increase
the mcnibcrshlpof our brother workers,
and report work done in thla depart
meiit. Tu tie Continued.
UOTtX ARKIVAU.
L1TTUI I' A LACK.
Haseball: Portland 0, Tacoma M, at
Tacoma.
riitli.u Til u-iiu hnillu wr.i't.'i.il Itv a
ovclone. and several iH-oplo wore kllkslj . ' hursdiiy, June 1. A w Wooley,
I Attf.i
Diirimr a hurricane In ( hicagn
people were kiucu aim live or six were
fatally Injured.
Florence Hradford, nw iilnedvn,
of Man Jose, Cnl , was thrown from a
buggy during a ruunway, ami kuico.
While rldliiB on a raft in Couch
lake, nt Portland, Paul 'drecnleaf and
Lawrence cho, ageu aoout ten years,
were itruwncii.
On the Sit Ii. 8.000 emiiloyus of An
drew Carnegie's rolling mills, at Pitts-
burir, Pa., will strike against a n'Oiic-
lion in wages of from ten to forty per
cent.
While llfU'en of t he cruiser Tiostoti's
crew were getting out iiuuiuinitioii
for the shin at tho Mare Island navy
yard, near San Francisco, nn explosion
occurred in some uiikiiowii niannor
and thirteen of the men were killed.
Jl'NH 14.
Democrat of Arkansas instructed
ngalnst Clevelanil.
John Corrol! was drowned lu the
Willamette at Portland.
The strike of the lumbermen nt
Tonawanda, New York, was settled.
Fire destroyed property to the extent
of $o(H),000 on the water front at Dal
tlinore. ' . .
Jerry Blmpson. was iiiJuiiiiatcd for
nongresH ly the 1'oopiu's party 01
Kansas.
Mrs. Gen.' Ihindry with her two
children, of Hay City, Mich., lumped
into the , river there, and all were
drowned. .... , ;.; ' ? '
Near Mnldlcboro, Kv.. freight train
went through a bridge, and tlie en
gineer, il.euian, and conductor, were
Instantly I killed. Four other will
dieV". . .,vi
The building in which 'the Demo
cratic national oonyeutloti wa to 4ive
been held having been wretktsl hi m
tordnv'sstorni.the commit tee that lmd
charge of the llcpubllcnu ooiiventiou
it, AUnuciinoii nave tcnoereii the
Democrats the iwe of the buildings in
that city free of charge, together with
accommodations for 100,000 people.
Ioihs W KOoodell, Charles Uraith-
walt, O F Murphy, city; N C Keck, H
ll Howard, Portland; Win Faber, Al
bany; Win ItiKHlley, Amity; W 8 Kl
kiiis, Dallas; Jos Dovle, 10ila; J A Fen
ger, Sun Francisco: Ueo J Pearce, Sa
icm; J J Duron, ltogue River; John
Sumner, Cetitralia, Wash.; W B Part
low, Oregon City.
Friday, June 10. C TC Thomas, Ban
Francisco; J It Lake, Miss Feuuell. J
D Murphy, F.d Prat her, Pert Hnyder,
city; ti It Stiver, Stiver: W Preston,
Toozo Landing; H N Pritehord, Port
land; J Kasper, J W Ziimault, Iluena
Vista: N Tcdim, F.uguiie;UtsiIall and
son, Falls City.
Suturdiiv, June 11. J A McDonald,
Salem; It V Tcnell, P Nash, Ed Watts,
Frank P Dcnmau, K. U. King, M
Chandler, D Willis, N J Voorhees, C E
Tcnniclillc, () W Palmer, Cha John
son, J Johnson, 11 C Harris, K J North
nip, Corvalll; A Orabonhelm, Dallas;
It A Lindsay, San Francisco; Tom
Lawrv, llakcr City; J O Smith, city;
S A (ladle, Hrowtisville; D H Terry,
Hoy Wells, McMlnnvilie.
Sunday, Juno 12. C G Mathews,
F.Ik City; W M Lane, Alex Kurr, Bu
yer; A ft Cherry, V K Clmlfelter, city;
W A Scott, Oak View; Will Mudison,
ft L Lucas, Monmouth; Clark Allison,
Mii.Minnville; Win Bradley, Amity.
Monday, June Pi W 11 Partlow,
Oregon City; J Kaskel, M Frleder, It
A Lindsay, San Francisco; C M Hod
son. Corvalll; J J Hcnsley, C Berry,
D P McDonald, Wm W ebber, Port
laud; George A Fitch, Ashlaud.
Tuesday, Juno 14. J J Sullivan,
Fulls City; ft ft ftilliuys, Bllston:T J
Hcnslcv, M Montgomery, Portland;
W T Vll; Dallas; Tennessee jubilee
singer; W. L. Krigbane, Cleveland:
S S Hunt and wife, Oakland, Iowa: M
Friedor, San l'Vanclsco; Mamie Wnlte,
Portland: 8 B Fuller,. 'latma; W 8
Killctt, MoMinnvllle.
Wednesday, June 15. A Hamburg,
Portland; Win Divvldson, ftuena Vista;
J .1 Newton, Springfield; ('has Foster,
Ashland; 1011a Fenuell, city: T E Hens
slev, Allmny; 8 Crelghton, Portland; 8
8 IttiNt and wife, Oakland. Iowa,
well.