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THE WEST SIDE.
Vest Side Publishing Company
FRIDAY, JULY I,
Fun 8ai. Chka A AueehamUr
suite, center table, and m rocking
chair, liioulreat thlsoinee. if
Isvst, Five photogiwpha in ft pack
' age hetoewit Independence and l 8,
Mlddlchaiu'a. Tli Ander will tie
ultahly rewarded by leaving the same
Hi tliU oAle
Fh Sua, Two smalt tracts of land
near Independence newt ly actio fruit
lew; also one ten-acre tract with good
building, hop yard, ud orchard. In
iiuire at till oAlce,
I.OST. MN, J Kllio Alexander it
pair of gold spectacles Inst Sunday on
the Mud between tin Ibiptiat church In
thlaetly and her home south tif town.
The permm finding same will he aulta
bly rewarded by leaving them at this
ortUv, or at the residence of Jamc
' A PEASANT PASTV.Mls Ida Fa
te gave most pleasant party at their
home last Saturday evening lit honor
of the Mlwe Kin and Attn hull, of
Portland, who are visiting relative
a sut friend In Indcndoiicw, After
several game had been participated In,
delicious refreshment were pawd
round of which nil heartily artook.
Side ww then chosen r charades,
and each aide gave, aevcral moat excel
lent one. At ft lute hour nil thanked
the hostess for the plcananl evening's
. entertainment, departed for their eV'
Axothkk Inihmkv Fo Inpwkx-
Prsck. A company from Salem, etyl-
lug Uicinwlvea the Independence Tile
Company, have purchaaed land of Mr.
Johnson, north of town, and have
commenced the erection of dry-limie
and other neee-wary building. They
have purchased a thlrty-horae-power
engine ami ft forty diunpower (ailler,
and other necwwary machinery, and
expect to haw the wora lu operation
at bk early a date an puMihk This I an
Industry that should hav the Mral
support of tho farming community,
thereby making one aero produce a
much at two will produce at present.
TAHKKNACLK DKlICATKt,QUlte a
number from Independence attended
the 'dedicatory exercise of the tahcr
Back at Turner la! Suiulay. The er
tnon wan preached by lie. David Wet
t tel. of Portland, Rev. W, F. Cowden,
f general evangetbt of the northwest,
otrerng the vksllmtory pra,ver, The
"tabernacle wan built by (Write II.
Turner, and nlnter, Mr. t. A. l)v, at
coat of 10,(tH0, and w ith ten acre of
land wa deeded to the Chri-llun
church. It la the (urgent talieruaele In
the state, havinn a weatlns cnpnoity of
nearly 4,000, and wa well IllUst with
Tixitorn from far and near who liotenetl
atteatlrely to the excellent and able
dineourxe Suinl.iy morning by the
Ma!io Oram Loimik. Tlie
alaminte grand Jodi;e fur thi year in a
thing of the part. The nflleem fur the
year were lulaIUl at Portlund, Fri
day, and the work for the year cbed.
Following U the Hot of oftccni In
atallml: F. A. Moore, grand tniutter;
J.C. Morland, deputy grand master;
M. I), tllironl, nenlor gland warden:
Phil. Melchan, Junior graml warden;
D. l McKercher, grand treasurer; 8
V. Chadwlck, graud aecretary; J. It.
X. k-ll, grand I'haplain; II. Iliek,
ieuior grand deacon; II. D, Strnuge,
junior grand deacon; 0. K. Hinitbaud
8. May, grand atewanla; F. V. Drake,
grand orator; F.. P. MrltiuiUI, grand
atamlard bearer; Hldney. K. llavvwm,
grand aword-bearer; W. A. Wlltcbire,
grand manihal: J. J. (,'awlHeld, grand
organist; (liwtaf Wilson, grand tyler.
Mr. 8X)twood la putting
up a new
barn on hla place.
John Cornelloim and Ttioc,
have started a lumlair yard here,
Clifford A. Ball haa received an aw
polutnieut from tub government an
railway poatal clerk.
A basket meeting will lie held on
thepiculu gMunda at thU place the
aeeoud Sunday In July.
I)ave ikiwman haa bought two lota
in the town nquare addition and ex
petrta to build thin aumtiier.
Ambniae Hull and 81 Orchurd Btiirted
for the Wllholt uprlnga Friday, They
exptft to be goue about a week.
Jamca Warm hua returned home
from Monmouth, were he haa been
attending achool during the past year.
Tlie 'nomination of Cleveland fr
pretndetit, gave entire aatliifaidlou here.
He will have a walk-over in thlH pre
cinct. The carpenter at work on L. C.
Wanu'uhop houae have about got their
work completed. They expect to
flu iah It next week.
J. F. Pence', John CamplMiM'a, and
E. II. Chapman's famillea, A. Tliiery,
and Miw. Vournaiw, are spending a
week at Neatueca, ruatleatlng.
C. A. Hall, T. A. Wann, F. A. Wea
ter,aud Miaa Lucy Birka,huve Iven at
tending commencement excreiaea at
Monmouth during' the luat week .
Born, Monday, June W, 1H'.2, to the
wife of Prof, llukcr, a aon. Mother
and child are doing well but It la
doubtful whether the profeaMor will
The brick kiln waa II red for tlie lnat
; time, Friday evening, before cloalnglt
up. They have about W),0U0 on band
but will uae quite a number In build
ing their tile factory.
lilatof unclaimed letters remaining
In this office June 30, 1802. In calling
for these letters please ay"ad vortlsed ."
Beavens, Jno, 8.
Hpauldlng, 0. K.
(Jurrip, I. H.
Moisly, W. II.
Jtyvlllo, W. A.
Htevens, J. K.
Willis, Chas. M.
irmrll Vollllir W. IT.
Alice & Nellie.
E. O. lU)liKBTHf)N, P. M.
Try us for letter heads.
We need ft at reel sprinkler,
(Hhi. 8laughler' for IVexh Hah,
Warm, warmer, warmest weather,
Pleklea and rellshea oX ewry kind at
the Bakery, ; t
Miosm fruit Jars and Jelly glassea, at
tlie llakery, ,
It will soon be time fur water
melons, II imp Ii,
8v thiw line Mllhurn bug jlea al M
8varverud A Co,',
Bead "Pnitwllou or Free Trade?"
t a o-eenl stamp gets It,
The 8, P, (Viinpany have envied
train signal at Ilia depot.
Milk-shake, amis water, and all kinds
of refreshing drinks at Blossom's.
The weather last Wednesday wa an
agreeable blending of wilder and sum
I have an elegant parlor suite, price
fsV If yon want one see It liefora you
One hundred and ten saeks of sugar
will bo delivered at the Bakery about
the lOtlt of July,
How aUmt that gambllug onllnanee
reivntly lwoed ty the cuuuell? Tlw
"erap" game me again In full blast.
Over 2.ftV0iM coplw of ''Protwlion
or Free Trade" will be sent out We
nd eopy ftr a two-i-ent stamp.
8end us ttwinvnt stamp ami gt a
eopy or "Pmteetlon or Free Traile?"
the abUt work ou the tar I If question
Hoyt ft Andrew built a mis lee elieet
Hi their butcher shop this week. This
la a gM Idea, as It will enable them to
keep their meat nicer and fresher.
Ho not go heme without first get
ting one of thisa le-ereni bucketa of
bijou eonrWtloiiery at Mrs. W, II.
Whlteaker's, next ihstr lo the poatottlee
8tp unlng blank par for your bul
nesa letter. That plau I otasdete and
tamps you a a momhaek. Call at the
Wi.tr HitiKoflhw and kts pritit you
A bunch of keys' wa left at this
utile last Friday afternoon, The
owmr can get the same by calling and
Uhmtitylng Uiem, and ymg for this
If you want a nice niems of salmon,
eat fish, r sturgeon, go to Geo. Slsugh-
U-r's nesriUh market, on Main slrst
uext door to F, B. Lewis' ua-at
The Unitapring medicine I a diswi or
two of 81. Patrick's pills. They not only
phytic but clcaitMt the whok system,
and purify the blood. For Mile by all
Itev. 1, V. Poling will preach at
Ilxle next Sunday. July 8, isoi, Uab
morning and evening, and will con
tinue to do m from tlsi lime forward
very two weeks,
t lo to Shelley & Vauduyn' and gel
one of those Cleveland hals. You luxl
mt iMitber lo purchiM one of tlie
Harrison liata, as they eost too much
and will be too large for you after
While other buslnmsi tlrni change,
F. B. Lewis, the reliable butcher, con
stantly may be found at the old tnd,
ready to cut you the tendcre! tlenk or
furnlah you the Ut roaat to tie found
In the country.
If you do u't want to send us aslamp
for "Protect ton or Free Tratle?" si'iid U
your congrewinaii, and he wilt send
you one. A letter addrewn! "Hon.
Bluger Hermiiliu, Washington,!). C,"
will reach him.
I Ion. John White has been elected as
agent for the Polk county Grange.
All imiuls'f wanting machinery or
merchandise through bia agency, leave
orders with him at Oak drove, or with
Otis Wolverton, at Suver.
Censure and crltlclam never hurt
anybody. If falae they cannot hurt
ymi uulcwi you are wanting In manly
character, and If true they ahow a man
his weak points, and foniwarn him
againatfallure uud trouble. Olvuhtum.
In old time It .seemed to be thougbt
that aiiUKllcliiemuat be nauaeatlng to
be etre!tlve! Now, all this is changed.
Ayer's Sarsarllla, one of the rmmt
powerful alteratives, la agreeable to
most pnlulcs, the flavor being by no
A, T. Powell and George L. Suther
land, of Sem, I.I mi county, had their
combiaed feed osiker, water heater,
and steam generator, on exhibition In
town yesterday. They are selling
county and precinct rights, and It Is
undoubtedly a giaal combination.
"Excuse me, George, but when I
aw you a yeur ago, your face wa
covered with pimples; it seems to be all
right now." "Yea, sir; that 's because
stuck hi Ayer's Sursaparllla, the
greatest blood medicine In the world.
I wtia never so well In my life as I am
A mare belonging to Itev. J). V. Po
ling broke out of the stable a week ago
lust Humlay, June ill, 1M2, and has not
n scon since. The animal haa been
but recently purchased In lamblll
county, but up to to-day she has not
arrived In that county. Any Informa
tion concerning hr will be gladly re
ceived. Kellglon la relative to tho Individual.
ltlght living will produce right think
ing. Greatness lies not In being
strong, but in the rignt using oi
strength. Defeated Is a school In
which truth ulways grows strong.
Heaven la the soul's Hummer. The
truest self-respect Is "not to think of
self. Buffering well borne Is letter
than scaring removed.. W. Heenh-
3. A. Roberta has commenced opera
tions In his new foundry. Last Satur
day the drat moulding and casting was
done, and It.was a success. Ho has a
thoroughly equipped foundry. All
kinds of farm machinery repaired In a
substantia! manner, and also ho will
munufacturo grain choppers and hop
Moves, as well as many other articles.
This adds another steam-power enter
prise to Independence's already gisid-
The Portland Industrial Exposition
has adopted the general plan of secur
ing for their Exposition this year all
the exhibits Intended for tho Chicago
Fair of 18IHI. This plan, saclally In
regard to Jarred fruits, grain, minerals.
or whatever Is riot perishable or can be
i preserved, will bo of great advautngo
lo exhibitors In the assiiranoa ot supe
riority which ft successful exhibit at
Portland will glv them. The KxihmI.
lion luamigement will carefully store
such sxlilhlis free of ot. Our eople
should ftvall thwnselve of this liberal
proisisltlon, and thus secure ft giasl
represetitation both ,at Portland and
Chicago, at the least cxciie of tune
Mr, W. M. Terry, who has tieen In
thedrug business at Elktoit, Ky for
the past twelve years, says; "Cham
lrlaln' Couuh Bejuedy gives Udter
sallafaetlon than any other cough mod
lelne I have ever told," There I good
reason for this. No other will cure a
cold so tpilekly; no other la so ivrtalu ft
preventive and cure for croup; no other
atl'ord ao uiilcli relief In case of
w lumping cough. For sale by all mvd
In the running contest In Portland
ft few week slinw, Frank Lmigliary, of
tld eiainty, won tlrt prUe inairad of
secoud was rcirtcd, The rave wa
very clow between h and on of the
other contestants, and the Judge
have lno decided that Mr. lanighary
waa entitled lo thn Drst prise, on the
ground that nu prefoastouala were al
lowed lu the race, and such his opsi
nent was found to be. He received th
prlne tl tlrt of (he week which was a
valuable gold mislal.
The ball game last Saturday after
noon at the TslmatfS grounds, between
Indciieudciice and Cbemawa, was
again largely atteuded. The game waa
another very Interesting one, the Inde
pendence boy carrying off the honor
lu the rub game with a score of nine lo
eighteen. There were only eight In-
liing played, as the Indian boy saw
they could ik4 reach the number, and
also that It wa ipilte warm, so they
threw up the sponge at the eighth In
ning. However, they made pretty
bard game lor our boy.
Apart from natural object of any
livcrlptlon, what an abyw of blunder
do the exacting rules of irrammar
plunge u Into, "Neltlwr" and "nor,"
for Instance. How absolutely uneon
trollahle amin pen Ami these little
words, and what a tiresome trick they
have of taking upon themselve plural
Islng pnierili to which they have no
right. Coutiuually we bear "that
neither Ida nor (ierah! teeee able to
peak for some minutes." Well, then,
we supimse Isith of them Wilt llelit
One nml to come to clone quarters
wllb these wltl-o'-the-wispUh part of
Kwh. They are almost a terrible to
:al with as those preidextng verb to
"lay" and to "lie." Over lhw, authors,
otherwise Irreproachable, frequently
trio, while the great hint of minor
writer appear to give up wreatllng
with them, for we gt a heroine who
had "laid" on the aofa au hour; hero
who "lies" hi Urcd head; oranotl.er
erto out, "lei that glove htyt sir," In
iKarly every Isxik we oiieii. As for
I t participle and at tense, we
give up noticing their IHtle vagaries,
m constant Is tbe(taam of charsctirs
who "runff for thlr maid, und drunk
the water hastily after having mug I In
ning . ' Audsoronn: nut oueoi
the commonest tumbllng-btock In
fiction I that much-eourted and
frightfully-mlsmauagtHl orb, the moon.
Considering how useful till luminary
Is for loveaccnea, meditations, murders,
etc., the way In which peopto who In
troduce It persist lu Ignoring It natural
movement I really most uugrateful.
Thus we are frequently confronted
with "day-old silver crescent moon,
high up In the clear heavens" wheuf
Why, as mkhi as the sun ha set. New
nns ma are coutiuually riaing lu the
west, while hill iiusm get solemnly
up at midnight. More than once they
have preferred to do this III the north.
but, lit for one eeceiiiriolty, they think
pcrhaisi they limy as well Is) In for
another. As for waning moons, they
gel up as the sun gia down, and
wander about, north, south, east, and
west, )ust as the situation require
them. For the better control of poor,
slandered Luna, may we suggest a
helping baud III that alibiing light of
every family book-shelf. "Whltaker!"
Another mctcomloglcal snare Is the
rainbow. Far less fnsiuent In Action
than the moon, still, when It does get
there, It ought lo las proirly placed.
What ens that lady thinking or who,
having put her heroine In ft church
toward tlio close of a showery day,
made her gaze out of window lu a
western !) aiise, "and Ih!icui in the
heavens isfore her a brilliant iniiny
hued bow"? Very few minute later
wo hear the building was in total
darkness, at which we are not stir
nrlaud. After achieving that phenom
enal effort lu the west, nature meat
have wanted repose. iMiuUin AtM'ti ty.
it Ssvm Ilia Children,
Mr. C. II. Hbawen, Wellsvlllo, Kas.,
say; "it Is Willi pleasure tnai i sihiis
of the good Cliamlsrlaln'i Colic, Chol
era and Diarrluea Bemedy has done
my family during the lost fourteen
years, lutuemimt oiisiiuaie cases oi
summer complaint and dlarrluea
among my children, It acted as a
charm, making It never Jnecessary to
call In a physician. I can truthfully
say that In my Judgment, based on
years of experience, there Is not a
medicine In the market that Is its
equal, For sale by all medicine
Notion to Nlnsl-Ts Men,
Please send your mime and address
on a (xmtal card to W. Yates, state sec
retary 8, 1. 1. A., Mansion, r.
TO Til It I'tllMC,
The graveyard kuown as tho Mon
mouth graveyard, Is now owned by
Homer Lodge, No. 4r, Knight of
Pythias, Independence, Or, For any
Information In regard to lots, deeds,
etc., apply to C. Oil more, at water
works station. By order of the lodge
A. B. Chhhky,
84 2t K. of U. & H. Pro Tern,
The City Marshal hereby gives notice
to all property owners and tenants to
cut down the thistles about their prop
crty. If tills notice Is not complied
with within Ave days, the matter will
be attended to by the marshal and
costs charged to the property owners.
A dark sorrel mare 0 yearn old
mark on neck and right breast, on the
Kith of June, from Independence, Ore.
goti. A suitable reward will be given
for her return or Information conccru
Ing her wbereabouU. I), V. Pom no,
lt WON AL MENTION
J, 8, Cooper vlslled Newport over
Blalr Miller Is expected back klsatt
the inih Inst,
Frank Myers siwut a few daw lu
Portland this week.
Nicholas Steele and wife, from III
Liicklamute, left on last Monday
(rain for u extended trip to British
T. T. liy, after visiting W. P. Coi
nswsy and family few days, left yes
terday with hi family fur their home
In Springfield, Mo,
8am. T. Woltlkohn, representing the
California Vlnyard Co., wa In town
Tuesday and Wednesday, and says he
Amis business A 1 hers.
Ml AdaJuilson returned last Tues
day to onr towu from Salem where she
has heeu during thn last nine months
attending the conservatory of music.
Miss I .or Butler, ot Monmouth, and
Mamie Hyde, of Albany, visited Mr.
O. I). Butler last Muuday iilxht. Miss
Hyde left for her home Tuesday morn
Harry Chslfulter had the misfortune
lo run ball lu the bottom of each fool
while working st In father's mill last
Monday, thecrtbcl of which render
ti I til unable to walk.
Sherman Parker and family, a'nd
his brother Ford Parker, A. Vaumeer,
aud Ella Ferguson, went to the Flnley
Spring thi week. All are enjoying
the soda cflcrvcceUQ hugley,
John and Bud Milan, who stole ft sot
of carriage harness from Jake Burelt
short lime since, were bound over In
the sum of l-iw each !n lbs Justice's
court last Monday to await the action
of the grand Jury next Dvccraber.
Mr, aud Mr. 1). li, Soott, who have
sru vl.lUng their daughters, Mr
Chslfelter and Mrs, Camptsdl, for ev.
era! week nest, deiwrteil for their
home lu A llila, Iowa, last Monday.
hey were very favorably Impressed
with our country and cllmstn,
Vet, Snyder, one of the loggers at
Prescotl Veiiess'i enmp en the Luck
lamute, fell lu the ilam a tVw days
luce, and a the logs were quite thick
he wa under water little longer than
1 ordinarily occupied In diving. He
was pulled out safe, however, without
The following named gentlemen taik
a two day' Ashing trip ou the head of
the Hlg Lucklamute the latter part of
last week: O. D. and J. B. V. Holler,
Frank Kenton, Georga Houtbby, W. O,
Cook, aud P. J. Bniighmaii and son.
They bad a A ue trip, aud emicorultig
the number of trout caught the usual
Ash stories were told.
That quartette that went Ashing last
week reiairt ft splendid trip, but we do
not think they caught very many Ash
from the a ay they talk; but you kuow
that may be Just a blind they are using
to keep o many front going there so
they en li go )talu licit)' ear. W sup
aiethe uitmber ef Unr they killed
wasalso limited, as they have not yet
produced any sculp.
Miss Kllen Sbupp came up from
Portland, Monday, on a visit to friend
III Iildeiidence for ft couple of weeks.
Mis Kllen ha many friend here a lio
welcome her rviurn even mi a short
visit. One or two think It ts not Im
prohsble that she may, lu the near
future take up her permanent abtsle
In our city, For reliable particular
concerning the matter, Inquire of Mr,
A. W. Blackford will be In Indciicu-
deliee sometime next week to look In
to the fesslblllty of organising a camp
of the Woodmen of the World. Thla
organlutttou la bcneAcial In Its work,
and while It Is constructed somewhat
uiam the plan of the A. O. IT, W,, It
irlve several ftdvautagi never ottered
by any orgsnluKlon of lis kind. Mr.
Hlackford will explain the general
outline to our citleii at the time men
tioned, Everyone should 1st In some
good Insurance society.
Thursday. June 2T1.-A J Smith. N
II Hurley, Frank Hardy, Harry N Cot
tle, Salem; Miss Nellie Fennel, E J
Orubh, M V Montgomery, Geo A
Smith, Jos Mann, City; O 8 Moulton,
Ainaiiy; v. w r.uos, roruami; i a
Wann, J Wann, Hallstoii,
Frhlay. June 1U.-J It Uke. W E
Oomlcll, J. D. Murphy, City; J F Hoi-
man, l.ucklatnuic; tico 11 Kaiser, win
LOimley aud wife, Portland; V K
Showers, 8 F: E 8 lU'dekeu, Chicago;
T 8 Ixiy, Springlleld, Mo.
Saturday, June so, win ami rnni
Miller, Joseph aud John Adams, Fred-
lie Freeman. I liaunccy Pavla, James
Flannery, Win Ike, Clark Smith,
Frank Siiatbs'li, Harry Miller, Che-
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lltitnn, , itirvi li, jmn.-i, n iw
i.Hi, inim jiiiiiii r .,i,-rii, tfiiw
i-eiiK, a iieaa, wiieiu; ittini , nieeio,
Sunday, June Lll. Mr J 8 Cisipcr,,
Mr. aud Mrs .1 M Vandiiyn, 8 Laugh-t
ary, 'Ity; G Chapman, Siilem.
Monday, Juno .7. J W Curran,
1) Colin, 8 F; J D Mulvclvlll, 8 M
Sedlgahn, N Y: 1) T Mann and wife.
Denver; H llodgers, K W hnos, b W
Slicnield, Portland; J. G. ileuld, Clo-
verclale, ( 'al.
Tuesday, June 2H. J J Sullivan, W
II Durham, City; Tom SisMiocr, Sam
T Wolllaolin, Billy Woasermall, BenJ
F French, Portland; Theodore Horn,
Ht Louis; Dim Oler, Soqucl, ('id,
Wednesday, June at. u w wiute,
W P Smith, Portland; A W Blackford,
Salem; Jmi Tuck, A Punkcrton, J I)
Murphy, Marlon county; E B Wallen,
E G Miller, Albany; II Collins, city.
A Nsw Kind of limursniis,
For twenty-flvo cent you can Insure
younsdf and family against any bad re
sults from an attack of bowel complaint
during the aiimmcr. One or two dose
of Chamberlain's Collo, Cholera and
Dlarrluea Bemedy will cure any
ordinary case. It never fall and Is
pleasant and sale to tuku, No family
can allord to be without It. For sale at
2T and 60 cents per bottle by all mod
Howaroyou Axed for letter-heads,
bill-heads, envelopes, noto-hciids, state
ments, and the like? Doft't follow the
buck-wood style of using imprinted
stationery or your correspondents will
think you arc a mossback, We print
everything at the Wknt Hidr oAlce,
and charge you Just the same price that
ou would have to pay in Portland.
don't claim to do work cheaper
than anyone else. You can get work
done cheaper than we will do It. But
you don't want that kl nd of work, for it Is
a great deal worse than using imprinted
stationary. We do our work as well as
any olllce In the world, and our nrleiw
are as low as any house In Oregon when
the quality of the work l considered.
W, C. T. t. f?alnata.
(xiNVKNTioN mnm, .
In thi week's note of th oouven
Hon, I wish to nek of lbs uiw depart
ments taken up last year and dis
cussed at length this year, The Fran
olils derliuent waa given to Mr. H
H, Hartford for tl" oomliig year.
was a lUtity subjeot, In which many
took part. I think most of the dear
later undcrstotsj what they trsrs say'
ng and will bt rtmdy to vote fur th
right candidate when our good broth
r declds w can. Houia of our Wash
Inglou sister ware prenent; they kuow
how lo vote, but can't, and wa art son
ry for them.
Th Pvac department showed liiuc
gissl had resulted front work along th
line, ami I think will las better under-
sbssl by th worker another year,
Systematic Giving whs tlso t very
lively and Interesting ul)eet, Mid cams
up for the Arst time In our convention
thi year, It waa preaented by Mrs,
I 'rings, of Oregon City, mid h tblnk
It the duty ot all ChrUtUn to put
aside one-tenth of all that they receive
fur th Ixird I work, and that free-will
oAbrliig should not bo reckmied In
that list, Sh referml us to th Uilrd
chapter of Malachl, felottta one In th
audience asked If tho minister of the
goss'l should utswrva thi rule, and It
wa decided by tho convention that
they must assuredly should. Home of
the ministers being pnswnt 1 iups
Caused Hit qumtiou to I asked among
many others, The Metlusllst minister
asked the question, What should a r
ntl do In case ha had received an
amount of caiined fruit that wasspolled
Air which h must allow o much ou
hi slary, and had to throw away,
Would be have to reckon to the 1ord
Ar that? The answer waa, tli Ixird
reckon only for value received,, and It
was not required. ThU I subject I
had never thought much alsad, a I al
ways tried to aaslst the font' work ac-
eonllug to my own mean. Hut the
bwtlmuiiy of mauy of the dear sisters
has convinced me that this Is really
'hrlatlau debt, aud should be paid
like other honest dtdita, I do n't think
so many of our worthy minister would
be kept at the starvation point If all
hrlatlau did their iwrt lu paying the
imi in own. we would prosper
more and have lighter hearts and
li-arer cotiscleuce, I think, when death
overtook u. I think thi subject
should b taken up and discussed hi our
ii Ions sud a report kept of all who do
baerve thi rule, whether they belong
to the union or not. Vice president uf
the several churches could report for
their own church. Hoveral ol li la
dles said they hal oWrved this rule
r years, and told mauy cheering ex
terienceof how they bad pns-red
more allies jwylng ttiu lird't debts.
kr sister, let Us mat only glv to the
lxml tills year, but let ua pay liliu alt
e owe bliii, and wo will receive the
Well done, good and faithful servant,"
by and by.
Tlie resrt of tiiiMraiice and labor,
y Mrs. Adlloii, waa floe. She rtssnu.
mends that we do all we can to secure
le Satunlay half ledlday for working
Msiple, She gave us flgum and fact
In abumlaiusr, showing 2,'a) million do!
lara were sisuit annually by them for
pior. Hh h ferrel us to the Isok
tiur Country," revised edition, by Jo
slah Strong, and "How the Other Half
Ive." This subject was fully and free
ly discussed, and 1 am sorry our broth
er JH'iitocraia anil Jicpubltcana were
not there to listen to IU I believe they
would have a wide U'liipcraiice plank
ii their platform this year. The re-
rt on Narcotic w as equally as Inter
esting, and cigarette smoking was
hown to he the cause of much tlckuess,
sense, aud death, among the youth,
nd should not be allowed lu any lore
ii tli land, Some one gave as a real
ty for the cure of the tobacco habit,
the chewing or smoking of broken gen
tian naif. Mm. Itoxter, of Forest
rove, Kike very favorably of the
Kcely cure for toliaoco, opium, and liq
uor habit, Some thought the law
against clgandtca should have a pen
Ity for the one who buy and the one
ho sells, believing It would help to
lemon the sale and use of till terrible
uisauce and destroyer of boy. We
oite each union wlft do all they can
ou thla line of work thi year, aud icud a
jmrl irom I'olK county or work dune.
lIVNCI.UMill NlIT WKKK.J
A Won.ler Worksr.
Mr. Frank Huffman, ft young man
of Burlington, Ohio, states that he had
Ih-cii under the care of two prominent
physician, and used their treatment
until he was not aide lo get around.
They pronounced Ills case to las con
sumption and Incurable. He was per
suaded to try Dr. King' New Pis-
v'vi'ij i.n v.,n,iiii.(,,.ii,
consumption, coughs and
Colds and at that time
wa not able
1K- Ho 'l. Mon he had uacd
half of dollar bottle, that he was
much better; he continued to use It
aud Is Uwlny enjoying irood health. If
you have any throat, lung or chest
trouble try It. Wo guarantee satisfac
tion. Trial bottlo free at any drug
(I UK AT DISSOLUTION SAI.K.
Macaulay A Bobertson will sell hats
for the next thirty days at actual cost,
and every article In the house will be
reduced, as the Una is going to dissolve
partnership. Before doing to we will
run off the stock, so now is the time
to gut your Fourth of July lints. Don't
forget. Macaulay & Bohkhthon.
It. M. I.INKft, IlNDK.llTAKK.il.
II. M.LI lies takes this opportunity to,
stato to the public that he Is prepared
to move corpse from one graveyard to
another In better condition aud at
more reasonable rates than any one
Nolle to llsrryplrkr.
We,' the undersigned, employ this
method of giving notice that we pos
itively forbid anyone to hunt or pick
berries on our logging-camp claim on
the Lucklamute. Wo have suffered
considerable loss of property In various
ways, hence we are compelled to give
this notice. , Any person violating the
above will be severely prosecuted.
Fhkhcott & Vknkhs.
Mrs. Whileiiker'a neatly arranged Ice
cream and, soda parlor at C street Is one
of the places of attraction during the
honied term. A look at the Interior of
tho neat stand Is in itself rcfrcshlug.1
All the toothsome, cool, delightful
drinks are served In splendid style. 834
Four person were killed by light
ning at Lincoln, 111.
JUvachol, the Freiiuh anarchist, wa
sentenced to death for murder,
Taoomal, Portland none, at Tacoinft.
Spokane 11, Seattle 7, at Spokan.
Near Hopklnsvllle, Ky., two onof
John T. Hayes were killed by a man
Tbnm men wer blown to atom by
an explosion of a cartridge factory at
Edwin J. Hyan, of Washington,
D. C, trustad clerk of th I'nlNl
States Ex in Coiutiany, decaniiied
Frank Doyle, of Chicago, quarreled
with hi brother almut s bicycle. Po
liceman Blxler interfered and Frank
fatally ahot him and then aulcldeiL
Two Italian counterfciiers wer ar
rested In Sau Francisco and several
more of the gang will Is. The sniouut
of counterfeit money they have put In
to circulation Isalsmt HM),(oo.
Hlreet car employes, of Cleveland,
().. ar strlkliiK for hlirber wane.
Portland 21, Taeomrt 17, at Tacoma
Seattle 10, SisikaiieA, at Spoksne.
Two passenger trains collided al liar-
rlsburg, Pa., sud Ave iwrson were
Nellie Newtsimb, of Bangor, Me,
aged alxtccu, drowned herself. Hhe
waa dlsapsluted In love.
Three frame buildings In North
Portland collaHKd, and several people
are thought to have been killed.
An old shoemaker, named Sheffield
was the only person who lust hi life
by the falling buildings In Portland
day or two ago.
Tlie schooner lUngdove was caught
Ina whirlwind In the gulf of Mexico,
ami sunk, Nine of her crew of thirteen
At Manchester, Iowa, Samuel Van
Horu killed hi. wife and tried to kill
hi two daughter. Then he tried lo
drown himself, but waa nulled out aud
The treasury department ha sent
magnlllcent gold uiedal to Mrs. White,
of lite state of Washington, who so no
bly rescued several people from drown
log on tlie Washington coarl aonie
nion th ago.
A man named Sullivan wa arrested
t Hlltsboro, tuteeted of being th one
who murdered Mamie Walsh at Mil
waiikle, lie wa drunk when cap
tured, aud was given more Hum-, un
er the luuiieooe of which he admitted
At Mllwaukla,ilx in I lea Ibis aide, of
ortland, Mamie Walsh, airrd fourteen,
was outraged and murdered. So far
the criminal ha not been found.
though everything possible I being
iic to apprehend him. He will be
lynched If found, It Is said.
tliarle Strange, a bachelor of Cor-
vallls, this state, waa aataulted aud
nrfiUed in Hi room. Strange wa
found in a barn Sou feet from hi houae,
tark naked and covered with bluod.
Whether he will live or not 1 not
tated. There Is no clue to the robbers.
At Pittsburg, Pa., Mr. Privot used
kemsene to hasten the Are. She Is
dead and her husband will die from the
effect of bum received In trying to
save her. About the same time and a
bort distance wy, two Polish chil
dren poured oil on the Are, The moth
er rushed to their rescue and all will
An Italian who had been art Inmate
St. Joseph's hisqittal, at Reading,
., for aevcral week, to-day mur
dered hi nurse, Slater Hlberbertla, be-
use she did not like him. Her name
fore assuming the veil wa Tlllle
Stanton, and she waa from Hunting
ton, Pa. She was twenty-three years
N o street cars are running In ('lev
laud because of the strike.
Two men were killed lu a street row
Tacoma 10, Portland 8, Jit Tacoma.
xikane 4, Seattle 8, at Siiokaue.
Judge GrvsliBin will probably be
nominated by the People's party Air
The Queen visited Buffalo Bill'
Wild West" show at London to-day,
and waa much pleased with the sight
Chinese do not And thla country
bed of rose ilnoe the new law went
Into effect. Many of then are being
returned to China.
During ft dispute over some cattle at
Ooldeudalo, Wash., beteewn John
Green and Hill Dunne, the former shot
tlie latter through the heart.
F. C. Klbbey, of Florence, A. T.,
fatally shot W. W, Porter, of the same
place. Both are prominent cilhseuiof
Arlsoiia. No cause Is known.
Mrs. Bates, the wife of young
farmer living near Bhelbyvllle, Tenn,,
as outraged and murdered. There
as yet uo clue to the criminal.
About 4,000 men will be locked out of
ndrew Caruegle's rolling mills at
Ittsburg on July 1, unless they ac
cept ft reduction In wages of from forty
to sixty per cent.
At Butte, Montana, Policeman Win.
'. Jordan was shot and killed. Two
men did the murder. They have not
been captured, mid the all'ulr is
shrouded In mystery.
At Danville, 111., a gang of Ave hood
lums aaaaulled Charles Hooten and Miss
Belle 1 league, and two of them held
Hooton whle the others drugged Miss
lleagtie Into a barn mid outraged her.
Three of the gang have boon arrested.
The Iron League, an aaaocatlon of
New York contractors, has not I lied
the men employed by the members of
the league that they must renounce
allegiance to the Kulghts of Labor or
lose their Jobs. There will bo ft
The wreck ou the Pennsylvania
Railroad, at Hnrrlshurg, Pa., was
worse than at Arst reported. Ten por
sons were killed and a large number
injured. The wreck was caused by the
carelcNsnosa of an operator, who dis
played a signal that the track was
clear without authority,
Hulllvan, under arrest at Hlllsboro
for murdering i Mamie - Walsh, can
prove an alibi. An Itinerant piano
tuner was arrested ou suspicion, but
he Is doubtless innocent, a a doctor
who examined him si me his arrest
testified that physically he Is absolutely
Incapable of committing the crime. It
Is said that several other arrests will
While Wm, E. Gladstone was on
his way to attend a meeting of the
Liberal club, of London, a womap'gone. Then she took the next train
threw plnoe of hard gingerbread at
him, which struck him lu theey. He
proceeded on hi way and made the
kwcIi, the crowd cheering him lustily
for hi pluck, as the eye la very serloualy
Injured. The outrage was committed
through pure malice.
Hie thermometer reached 114 In the
hade at Umatilla
A slight small-pox scare excited the
,l(1rrJ.ri ,, u
.pi or 1st Orw de.
Five square mllca of the suburbs of
Chicago are two foot under water,
Portland 0, Tacoma 2, at Tacoma,
Sjsikane 14, Seattle I, at Spokane.
The Mississippi river le rising and is
again higher than It waa during th
llooda of lwtft.
So far twelva n-,! !,. dl,l f,m
" " ' .
winsiivivifim l( un WIVlMi WM wlv
Psnnsvle...!. s.11,1 - ir.rsl.l,.,
A German named Itafe It I thougbt
kuow more about the murder of Ma
nila WlUll limn ha .n t,, lull ri la
only supposition, however.
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The stns.Lmr n,.,.nLm ,J t nMn.
fi.il in,i--.. ,....., .i.
trlklng oar men, and It la probable th.t
lb trouble will lie ettled thi week,
Fe.r sr. entorUuned th.t the fortu -
KUeaeateamshlnVeiraand ll.e i.ritisl.
ailing vessel Fred B. Taylor, collided,
aud that all on board both vessels were
lost, if true, Ave hundred and sixty
people were probably drowned.
a niiiid luuiau was rutting rrom
canoe tied lo ft tree near Umatilla.
The canoe broke loone and Aoated down
dream. A uo one knew Uiat the In
dlaii wa Wind, he wa not rescued and
the probability 1 that he wa swept
over teltlo rails and drowned.
f .... .wall . m t . a I
'r "n away rrom his nom
. Ill l.u.a H I ll
. vouuju uu wu iuuuwni w juid
MW lliriUIH WIU1 IIIIBS9 Of ft UftlDP
named Kelly. The scheme wa for tlie
boy to beg, The boy had bia arm In
ling, but It waa too often found out
that there wa nothing the matter with
it for the begglug to be a Anaucial suo-
ce. So Kelly slammed freight-car
door shut ou the boy' arm, aud then
feigning deep aollcltude, went after
ome lliilmetit, which he put on the
arm with the result thai next morning
it was horribly awolleu aud the boy
wa almost dellriou from pain. The
begglug was success lifter this uutil I
al Grundy Ceutor, Iowa, a physician's I
auspicious were aroused; when it wa
found that the alleged Huhueut was
acid, and that the toy would be crip-
pie for life, Kelly was arrested.
Cholera la raging lu Bussla.
A leather trust haa been organised
with a cipltal of f 1,0)10,000,
With Ivlgar, of Vancouver, B. C,
OOUimllted suicide liv drou nliiir.
Kmest Itafw, suspected o Mamie
Walsh's murder, hi now thought to be
Judee Gh-sham haa dot lined to ao
cept the P.le'. party nomination
Jam Dauebnrtv. V nf Raker
Cltv. Or. while drunk. Ml lu the river
.ii.i ..,ir,iu, i I
l,,llri.. iuu.i i.. .i. l (llipiHv-rt purer meuiciue ooee noi,
Wm. J. Caumtsdl. of Illinois asltlllu V UP be Ua It for 15a
elected chalmian of the HcDubllcan
Hre dwtroyeil .ta,000 worth of
property at Seattle. Bchwatsu-her's
tore waa entirely coiiruukkI.
At Myrtle Creek, Or., two boys, one
son of J. W. Weaver aud the other a
son of Mr. Thompson, were drowned
while swimming In the Umpqua,
lu tlie Marlon county, Or., circuit
court, Juilgelkilse decided that the law
euacUnl by the last legislature, giving
the railroad commissioners Increased
wer, is good la w.
BKuse May Conklln, of Wellington
umo, ageo sixteen, was roromuen oy
ber UKither to marry Gilbert Palmer,
aged twenty-one, the lovers committed
suicide t.y taking strychnine.
ai. v lagged agea eignteen, wa snot
aim auieu in a iow tors court nsnu
by lUlward Devins. He pleaded guilty
to the charge of having outraged Sarah
rwi... nf,., Twi. i. tim
,v ' T
gin s oroincr,
Profiwior Theodore W. Wright, of
Columbia college, dlwl.
f i. uti..l i.,ii.i.i ,,i
IS IU session ai l..lUCinnail
The strike is on at the rolling mills of I
Andrew Oarueirle at PHlaburcr.
Portlund 5. 8.ttlo 8. at Resit 1b.
Tacoma 18, Siaikane S, at Tacoma.
John Watson Foster was apolntcd
secretary of state vice James U. Blaine,
A collision ou the Cot ten Bell road,
n Arkansas, caused the death of six
or eight people,
James Lotau was appointed collector
of customs for the Willamette dis
trict of Oregon,
Two gamblers, Billy Fay and Jack
Delmore, got Into a row In Spokane,
aud Delmore will die.
Michel Zeller, an old resldont of
Portland, waa drowned lu some
mysterious mauner to-day.
The Bay lew rolling mills, at Mil-
aukee, W Is., will shut down to-mor-
row, and 1,000 men will be Idle.
The coal trust has advanced the
prlce of coal, to take ell'eet July 1, from
twenty-Ave to thlrty-Ave cents per ton.
Near Charlotte, N. C, a four-year-
old child of F. Knott fell Into a kettle
of bolllns vewtablcs and was scalded
Two sharpers visited Rev. ,Wm,
oily, an old settler of Hlllsboro, aud
agreed to buy his farm at $100 an acre,
and also to buy for him another farm
He agreed, and then the men wanted
to borrow $1,000 from him with which
to make a payment on the farm they
proposed to buy, aud offered as security
a box which they said contained 83,000
In greenbacks. Mr. Jolly accepted the
offer and gave them the money, whe
they departed. When tho box was
opeuod there was no money In It, The
men have not been captured.
Seattle 6, Tacoma 1, at Seattle.
George Wilson is the latest arrest In
the Walsh murdor case, He is lately
xr m..m.. rv rii.m,.... a.,ii...
lUin, Will V XJ, X UllllUB, Ul DIVbWO,
wont to St. Paul to testify In her sister's
divorce case. Just before she went she
received $2,400 for some real estate and
sewed the money in the lining of her
dress for security. She started home,
and Just as she was coming into Ta-1
coma, she dreamed that she saw her
sister taking $1,000 of tlie money from
her dress. She was so startled that I
Bhe examined her dress and found $1000 1
back to St. Paul and an officer with a
search warrant found a part of the
money lo ber sister's house, The lat
ter Is now In Jail.
The situation at the Carnegie rolling
mills at Pittsburg Is ominous. The
chance of nettling the difficulties art
very (light, mid It la almost certain
that all union men will be locked out
on July 1. The Arm Is making prepar-
Uons to defend IU prorierty by putt ng
upeuareu lights and building a high
Umr(, fmim uiiouuh0 groulld,Iii which
deadly-looking loop-holes are to be
This remedy Is becoming so well
kuowu and so popular as to need no
special mention. All who have Used
I I A ill .1 . s
I I 41 A J A J ft
" l"WW l
exist and It la
that la claimed. Electric Bitters will
cure all disease of the liver mid
kidney, will remove pimple, bolls,
alt rheum und other aflectiou caused
I i . , . t , a ...it. , i
oy impure oiooonui onv. maiana
a "le " PreveDl l
cure an maianai wver.-ror cure ot
.ntipfttlon sud Indigestion
I lea lrlswttfsl HI i Iimm . IThI ! tut luruivi 1
I 3 -"
Uranuo. or mooey reiunoeu.-rnoe
auu i.oo per owiie at ny urug
Iis. I t Vf k . ill . . .1
Home very nice lounge at F. An
Wall paper In endless variety at F.
Bijou confectionary next door to
I Bouquet cigars at the Bakery,
best nlckle cigar In town.
The finest linn of tea at tha TUW
c(i u, fouotf lu Polk Ofiunty
Ifyou want house furnishing good
call on F. Anstlue at Monmouth.
Ice cream, soda, and Imported cigar
of all kinds at Mrs W. H. Whlteaker's.
For the flueet candles and oonfeo-
I ,1 I .. 1 1 . .! , u II . ft , tt.
" ' lu" ' f r-
ltl wUh to buy lrmh do not to
"wn nonaie s as tney nave only
p- c- Pt"wn alw.ys keeps on
n",m usuppiy oi tiavaua ana jvey
" est cigars.
Only a few of those Golden Gate
cook book left at T. W. Eatcs's. Call
and get one free.
HUa kton & Henkle had their hands
full last Saturday attending to the
wants of their nuimrous customers.
Try Strong' restaurant, Westacott A
Irwiu, proprietors, when in 8alem.
Meals, Arst-claa In every way, SS cents.
Ladle, it will pay you well to call in
at Stockton 4 Henkle' and see tbelr
, ... II. .. .1 1 T. I I. ...a
gooo " jua.
cimckHiu iieosiu uuugui , lueir
clothing, shoes, hats, gloves, auspend-
uu mm urew b000"' ulreo ,rom
uiKuuinciuiris iui vosu.
Can get ft good Cigar ftT.W
rxies s ,or oo, mm you cangei anue
cigar for 10c; and if you want some
eua our WUIMl1' w 106 Bttjem
rteam laundry. Mr. Oi.Wver of the
hy, onlewat the upper livery stable.
Ladle. If vou wish to see somethimr
gay and naudstane in the line of sun
shades ana parasols, do not rail to call
fflteku,n Henkl. They h.ve
mot)ey Muit t wiU new.ly eItr
goods away for thirty days for cash on
the oiock. Ana ao n t you torget iu
Do you like to smoke good clear? If
??a . w; as
..nt .5 dirarw In town, both in 5c. 10c
and 150 giKaia.
Stocktou 4 Henkle are Justly proud
" ie'r large ana very naoosorae slocx
dren'sclothlmr. all in the latest stvlee
lana oestoi gotxis.
If you are at all particular about the
looks of your wl lara, cu As, and sblrta,
you will send them to the Salem steam
laundry, where they will t
with Kloasy Anlsh that Is
Itseir. rnoes very low.
tUie Balem stage barn
There Is no place lu Oregon where a
oeiw mem w erveu mau at me res-
niprelal alrw.1. Knlom. rVinrtAnna st-
tentioii, a Ane meal, and the popular
Price of 25 cents, have made this
I tl.. I . -1 -a
u,.,,u luo urBuquarwre oi veryoue
who has occasion to dine In Salem.
FERGUSON'. Born, to the wife of J.
W. Fergson, Friday, June 24, girt.
The above may in some measure ac
count for that do-n't you-wish-you-
were-me look In "Welly's" face which
several have called our attention to dur
ing the past week.
SHANGLE. Born to the wife of F.
M, Shangle In thla city Friday, July
1, 1802, a girt. All doing well.
Ilncklen'a Arnica Salve,
The best salve lu the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
gores, tetter, chapped hands, ohllblalns,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posl-
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satis-
faction, or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by any drug-
For sale In West Independence,
eight blocks from main street on Mon
mouth street, four lots, a ,four-room
cottage, with barn and other outbuild
ings, partly set to young orchard and
small fruits. This is a good bargain If.
taken soon. Inquire at this office. .
tntlspaadeao and Monmouth Motor Line
Han ' fcM
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned will receive sealed bids for
the delivery of 100 loads of gravel along
the streets of Independence, the greater
part of which to be delivered along
Main street Bids received until 12
o'clock m. July flth, 1892. The City
Council reserves the right to reject any
lor all bids. By order of tho City
Dated July lat, ISO-. J. T. Ford,