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0a ItMat taaaa to Ta
la U Right Spirit.
It tu ob Orwnpolnt tomhoal W
W fort th. ltrooktya aid whan
atiiMW aged nun, who wu wH drwaatal
un! had a baata look about him, a
aoUcvd MMvhiaf all hU porkvta la
Mrtooa and hurrlwl ruannac. Ho
oae attracted lh atttwtioa of thirty
forty paopi, ami mum March oootinooj
unapatav and tntor. war. nadtiall
arooatd. Th nam thoaght uocnrrod to
ail tit had lost hit wallet; and vm
entlv an oldish man with a butniWt
afro oa wont op to him and inquired
"Lot anythinf, ntighburr
"Tat, y wallsO
That' too bad. Hav much uiooay
"About Uty dollar. I Mitrt."
Shoot Whon did you rutae ItT
"I daelaret Itebbt yon dropd it oa
Um floor around haw iouwh.
Th old wan want aroond tho cabin
and oat on Um passageways, looking a
carafoUy a if tor a needle, and ftr
thnaor font minutra return! to sayt
cant And hide nor hair of It Perhaps
you had your pocket picked.
"I dent think to.
"Wall, yon cant toll. I Wt a two
dollar bill on thU boat once, and
allot thought a ttUtr who taid h tv
Judge nicked it ont o my pocket FU
look th crowd ovr and it ther I
any suspicions lookin people aboard,1
"Ton ndnt do that. I'm quite tur
ao on row! um,"
"Bettor b on the safe side, you know,
If thwe's a pickpocket aboard wa all
want to know it I'm allua will In to
help a neighbor in trouble.
H wont spooking around with an Old
Slonth aiprmtion on hU faoe, wh.il th
crowd began to enjoy tho affair and
watch hit movements. Ho mad th
round of tho boat and returned to aayi
"Havenl spotted anybody, neigh
Vary well. Well let tho matter
drop, replied to loner.
What! Give up lookin for aixty dol
lan! ' W mustn't do it Say, neighbor,
an you rin yon didn't leave it around
Um hontof Any man it apt to do that
one in awhile, yon know. If your wife
la anything like tame ana he And it
ah11 hook at leant ten dollar of the
"W will drop the matter, said the
letar, who waa looking over hi morning
"It aeema a great pity to los them
aixty dollar, observed the old m
"Mebba yon dldnt leave it to horn after
aQ. You didn't ttop anywhere to jet a
nip, did your
'Sir! I want to drop this matter?
ataraly replied the victim.
"Duc't want to find your wallet.
"Nor talk about It"
"Nor hav any of my help?"
"All richtr aaid the old man at b
backed off and aat down. "I've shown
that I am willing to help a neighbor In
arable, and that clean me. You may
hav left it under your pillar, or yoo
Buy hava left it in the taloon when yon
got yoor eooktalL If you don't care, I
oat I'd lik to know what yon got
mad about all of a tuddeo, bot I'm not
goia to ask. I can be juat aa proud at
you can, and I hope your wife will find
it aad hook every blamed old dollar in
it'-New York Evening Worli"
A Dirnr la Clew.
Street Urchin Saay. gimme another
cna a' then live cent dear.
Dealer By the way, hera'a a cracked
lan cent aigar yon can have at the tame
price. Paat paper around it and it will
amoks all right
Urchin I cant amoka them ten cant
cigar. Them it made out o' terbacker,
aa way make ma tick. Good Newt.
A Life rimtwt,
A beggar aoliciting aim stated that
hat for hia dog he would have long line
died of starvation.
"Bat for your doer inquired a com-
"Yea, ma'am. I hav aold it three
time and each time it haa come horn
again." NouveUe a la Main.
Asia ia aaatlag.
dubberly Hat the boy been here with
the package from my tailors?
Servant Yea, air.
dubberly Then, where is it?
Servant He said aa long aa you wen
oat, air, he would call again with it to
morrow. Clothier and Furnisher,
A talaaUAa formal.
Jack It' pretty bard to guest a girls
Tom I can tell yoo a good way to
Tom Atk her, and then add one-third.
Did Mel Hart AU Ue Tine.
Awkward Barber Does thit razor hurt
Patient Cuttomer Only when it get
under the skin. Good Newt.
A Felit Wf at PatUag It.
She Her father it an undertaker in
Chicago, isn't he?
Ha Yea. She told me the was the
daughter of a planter. Life.
CHATS ABOUT MEN!
I Both Senator Palmer and hit wife,
who have Just taken up their residence
In Washington, an enthoaiatitio pedes
trians. Henry M. Stanley it educating three
negro boyt, about twelve yean old,
whom be rescued from slavery by pay
log three centa apiece for them.
The first decoration bestowed upon
Prince Bismarck, and one which he al
ways won, was for saving the life of hit
groom when in danger of drowning.
' Ernest Longfellow, ton of the poet, it
tall, somewhat slender and has a few
streaks of gray in his thick dark hair.
He it taid to look much as his famous
father did in hit young dayt.
General Lew Wallace naually rite at
early at e o'clock in the morning. He
take torn very light refreshment, get
into the saddle, ride a couple of hours
and then takes a regular breakfast
Among long haired men of today who
are cited to thow that length of locks
Boat not imply any "thortness" of brain
are Professor Swing, Alphonse Dandet,
Edward Eggletton and General Roger A.
"The smallest man in the world," a
midget from UoUaadtweptXuuutaait
at age, who call himself "Princ Mlg
oon," it exhibiting in Berlin. This littie
chap, who la exactly two feet high, It a
perfectly formed human being, and hit
performance as an acrobat an really
The only survivor of Trafalgar It M,
Cartingy, of liver, France, who It lot
yean of age, 11 witltvased th famous
farewell that Napoleon gav hit beloved
troop at Foutainlili'au in 18 It, and was
present at th funeral of the prlnc Im
perial at Chiwllmrtt, among th veteran
St Helena mdatita.
Sine Lord Otiidow lias Iwn governor
(ueral of New Zealand he hat bad a
am bora to him to whom b hat given
among oUier name th Maori uaina of
"Hula," The Kgatiatlmia tribe has
formally received th child Into kinship,
th chiof rubbing nose with him aud
th women singing the customary ao
iMuipantmout The only American whom th king of
Stain ha aver deemed worthy to wear
the decoration of cred Whit Ele
phant is General J. A. llalderman, of
Kanaaa, Th rarity of th honor con
ferred on him it Indicated by th tact
that only two other English t peaking
persona Queen Victoria and Sir Kdwin
Arnold hav been likewise distin
guished by th favor of th oriental
It Went THf .
inUflncli-JSay, Wooden, how about
that jcroat scheme you had? Did you
sver put it Uirongh?
Woteu-No, 1 dldnt need to. ,
Butanch-How is that?
Wooden It Ml Uirwugh. Bostoa
Uae Cue lot Malaria.
A repuUlile and houored ciUasa living
on the North Side In the vicinity of Lin
coln park has had a terrible Mtwrienoa.
Ills wire became suddenly ill and be
Immediately called up Um family physi
cian by telephone.
Subscriber My wife complain of a
seven pain at the back of her neck and
lVn-tor iUi must hav malaria.
Subscriber What's th Uat thing to
At that moment the young lady at th
(vntral station altered th switch by
mistake aud th unlucky husband re
ceived the reply of a mechanical engi
neer in answer to the inquiries of a mill
owner regarding hi boiler.
Kngiueer I belinv sh is lined with
excoriations to considerable Uiicknesa,
Let her cool during Ui night, and in
the morning before firing np take a
hammer aud pound her vitrorously.
Then gvt a garden hose, with strong
pnmure rrum the main, aud let it play
freely on the parts affected.
The doctor may count on at least on
fat patron short Chicago Inter Uceaa.
Aa lacMaal ml Mairaealllaa Ufa.
Down on South Broadway, standing
beside a stairway which leads up stain
to the office of an electromedical com
pany, there stands a little glass cea In
which is displayed Uie lire site figure of
human leg from the thigh down.
The other day two very Well drnssed
young men wen standing to trout of
the case. Two or three other people
wen staring over their sliouldun to se
what it was made th noise.
Finally one young man said to the
other very solemnly!
'In five minute that leg will begin
Hi cumpaiiinn looked at him very
riaely, pursed hi lips and nodded hit
bead. Then they both walked away.
The other people stood in front of th
caso for half au hour waiting for the leg
to move. Suddenly a thought seemed to
ttrike one of them. Then the sam
thought occurred to another member of
the group, and so, one by one, they si
lently stole away. Now York World.
Cars for aaalchawa,
A correspondent say Uiat the drink
ing of salt water is a perfect enn for
teaidcknem, though it makes the drinker
very miserable for a few minalea after
he takes the cur. The sailor who rec
ommended it to the sufTerrr In queetion
accounted for it by saying the stomach
ou board ship is in a very sensitive sUte,
snd that the salt water pickle it so
that ltgts hardmied to conditions which
bad previously revolted it
If that were the explanation, it must
be a very rapid and miraculous kind of
pickling process that is effected by a pint
of salt wabir, nut in all probability,
long retained. But whatever the ration
ale of the supposed "sailor's remedy"
may be, any quick remedy for so fright
ful a distrees is worth trying, and tht
assertion of the sailora is said to be that
it never fail. St. James' Gacetta.
Ta Ward OIT tha ta.
Tha ImrxUr't (frfatcst rnfray Id hit
Doctoroal wandi-rinu Is a dog, who
proacne he even ilrrads more than tha
Dollcnman or dtctive. to protect ana
afi-iraard hiuisnlf ajfainst canine atta:k
ou hi person he carries slxiat with him
spn of the gray lnnewort, wnlcn,
hnn nsed as an amulet, ta an absolat
preventive against the bite of dogs.
This plant when used internally is said,
on the authority of Bacon, to itu .v
asnnaiai ti aasaaa aaaaMaa
Pnrlllct the I1I.00D, Corn !0STIPATI01, INIMfiKSTION,
BILKU'SJIESSa MVKIt COMI'I.AINTM.Mt E UFA D ACHE, COLPS,
I'lMI'LllS, all HallX AFr rXTIOJIS.and DiaEAhES AUI8INU from
a DIS0KDERF.ll HTOMiCU.
The Utnuiue 1IAMDVHO TEA Uputupin YELLOW WRAPPMM
with Factimilt Mgnatun of EMIL FHESL.
REDINOTON A OO. Aoshts, tN FfMNOfSOOi
toi,n iiv Ai.it irtJiaTH hnn ukwcm,
J. TZ. avOIS-AiT,
Good grain and stock farms and choice fruit lands;
Those having property
PIONEER MEAT MARKET
F. B. LEWIS,
Highest market price
pork, etc. All
Open Sundays from 8 to 9 a. m.
mm m mm 4 m ' s A I 11. .
rree delivery to an
West Mlas Ipesksis,
Although th female suffrag bill has
been abandoned by th Victorian gov
anunant, in dfernc to Um withe of
th Labor party, still polltloal agilatioa
haa by no mean tubskled among Um
women and their tnpportsn. Th wot-
a crowd th parliamentary gaUariea,
his their opponent and applaud tlieir
tympathiaera in deAano of parliaineat
ary proprieties. Th object of most
vtndtotiv demonstration on Um part of
Ui ladle was Mr. Utlllat, th lat pre
mier who said that th hous should
giv no ooiinteuanc to "fatU," and that
the adoption of fnmal suffrag would,
in hia opinion, mean a political re volu
tion aud would lead to dotnratto diaoord.
New York Huu.
A latest a fretwaat
"When I get married,'' aaid Miss
Flypp saucily, "I Intend to be osptaia."
"I'd prefer yon for a mate," replied
young Mr. (.'wiling, New lork Kpoeo,
They slay niutUtudu when they an
the product of ueglwct of luclplsot
disease. A "slight" cold, a At of III-
dlgeatloll, blllousueas, or constipation,
each or any of these "uiluor ailment"
ad vain lu many ct with "leatftax
deelroylug strides," Giv tbwu
swift, early defeat with HoetctUr's
Htoitiaiih Bitten and avert tin danger.
Aberuetliy administered au alarming
rwbukcto Uimau wlmliifmrtuad liltn
that tie Imd "only a cold!" "Only a
cold," reieatetl Ut doctor. "What
would y have Hi plaguat" IUisu-
mat bun and la gripiw are aaally extliv
giilaltable at the start Why thsu al
low them U) get up a full head of steam?
Put ou the brake with the Hitter.
The genial warmth w hich this superb
titetticltie dlltuse through th tyateiu,
th liuiietus It glvn to th circulation
of th blood, It aooUiIng and strength
eulng ell'et'l Ukiu th nervtms, specially
rec(MiiuHud it to Dm enfeebled and tick.
T I Uie great specific for malaria.
Ilaurs ftaaas aad Org,
Hon. Daniel K. Ileatty, Um great or-
gau and piano manufacturer, is build
ing and shipping more organ ami
piano than ever. In INTO Mr. Itnttty
left home a peuilllea plow-lHiy, aud by
hit Indomitable will he haa worked litol
wav uniti aa tosell aonir. nnarlv luU.ISSJ
or iW'aliy sorgans ami (uamaaimwitm
Nothing seem to dlsharten blm: ob
stacle laid III his way that would have
wrecked any ordinary man nurever, he
turns to an advertiaemeut and nmea
out of It brighter than ever. His
Instruments, as I welt known, are
.. ... ,.!.. I . i I 1.. - II
irla .,rihwirl.l Wa am li.hirmo.1
that during th next leu yean h
tends to sell a,ouo mor of his make.
i nai mmrw a uumiicm or s,y,wsr,wi ir
WW H, V, HRV ,HV1H , r 1v WW V
ready th largt-st btialnea of th kind
In exLlonc.-8em! to Daniel K. Ileal! y,
aaliinKtoii, ew J entry, for catalogue
SASH 5: m
Fllll & m Litis,
Successors to S.A. PARKER.
SUGAR PINE AND
MADE TO ORDER.
HI Ml kl OrMaallrl BOWT MIM
MMaillM, u tim th li la auMir m 4i la
U4r1l,l HuralN( 44919 M ta H ! af , I
:rkaMfMiaiiA raihii? I4iaw
laIS,bM(. SaS4lt. Irrfr hmi
ttf, ftn4MipwrMtiff rtvtt.mM.tn, rf IivmmiS
f wlfa rtlll, ! Mt ! mmt tuimu f Iff,
b a ah MnM. uiai " UMiaaM ar vanaaa wi m
tiat .. Ma iwai aai w maaai Hma
to ul tha 4atrlt. attt la ttmrm " Haa aSall faa la
IhaafitBiaaaaaflaalitt laaaailau atarf faaatalSat
araaatf wotll.t aa4 al lair yramlaa . thai la akal all aaa.
ta.ah.1 Maa 4a Mata la aa aaaat laalta. aata at la aal aSaa
altlita lliataara ,. lalMtlat arla Imftataa, H aill (tta,
al laaaL a ttana aiarl la Ilia lha aaiaaa aaaaNaalir far
ataap la aata HeaaV U taaa4a raalalff aaS aaaafahla
WaHandatltlnafNaaraliaat aaa all Iran faa aaa
ia Iba aa.h aa4 llta al huaa. aha.a.at taa ata ttaa aa.
f laaaft ata at.Hr aatalaf ft. a, a M I at aaa . faa
taa aa a aall If faa all! aatk. aal laa aata, aal laaaalfl.
trllttf Hav an 4 fMlIf wMtdtrful W ltrt ft 4
jm Uw. trim, Falltr tni Mr
n rwn tatiplalt hi Wrll ti4 Icara 1 Y,
rn'ti mall thwiat) m aif 4.tfMM ! II.
1IU A rril4. M.l,
ol all kinds.
for sale, please call.
fat stock, beef, mutton, veal,
be settled monthly.
pans ot ine cixy.
V5-T A V aVi
Independence, Oregon. 1
U.SUflRUEnUD & CO.
i. vT'"1 -rt in r
THE PLANO BINDERS
A General Stock of Shelf
:W. J. CAMPBELL, MGR.
Clodfclter Building:, Cor. C and Main sts.,
INDEPENDENCE, - OREGON.
Prescott & Voness,
FIR AND HARD WOOD, HOUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER
I A. Waamaa, Mengr.
IKD il E11DE11CE WES.
Stylish Turnouts Always in Readiness.
Hvlllff lillidv lilirt luWMHl tll I'lltllf lll(Tat III tll MulllcH of J. N',
in-pourM, wo arc now loiter I'rcimnd
I the pulillc, aa wc are now uiuklng
tutW(nUal lmprovctnr.ut. Tcunw
Traveling inn a nimi'IuIiv.
"Vva'vl. wTAuC !'"' ilnllv
lesvM all iltv sr futrttii44HV at I a. in.:
!! M lntwali', la al I iii.i loam
DAMON & COOK, Proprs.
B. F. BURCH & SON.
W'e caii Ik: found four door Mouth of lln
Kirot Nttttminl Hunk, and would Ik jiIojih!
to Imve you ilnp in uml wis imj mul If you
Imve Hny ttihiir lu th mil twUti lino, wu
aid thu la-nionn you urt iKkln for, TIiIh
la tho bent jMii tiou of Ilia VillumcttvillcV.
l'Mplo ttn Ih 'ginning to Unit u tin fact, uml
una comlnif thin way. lU-cauw of tlmt fm t,
wo aru her; goluc to Ntuy! kecjt our eye
ojhii uutl riiMtlc! If you hnvi proH rty to
anil, lint it with um. If you want to Imy,
wo win unit you.
Wo will ItiMirn your projHTty, or do your
it will Ix) to your inU'rost to mil uml
tin ln'foio you list or jniriliiiiw iiiojii'ity
T. W. ESTES
uccMor lo J,
have on hand a Inure lot of csiinnl shk1s tlmt will ho soM liy the cimo vorv
ohenp. Also, a lot of very fine lamps, that
Remember the old
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rt hsvt a relief snd curt A
la your Irnorsnce of eflectt
tna vitality which la
tvslem tht elements thut
strength and vigor will fol.
curt or money refunded.
Dr. Sanden'a Electric
after all other treatments
testify, aad from many
b t complete galvanic battery, made Into a belt
wnicn ar instantly icit tnrougnout all weak parts, or we
ftest boon ver given wesi
lenay RaAindad. Th
tht worst cstet In two or thrs months, Addrest
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f A. VaVaSB
tlmii ever lu Iiih I th (lciu..iuls oi
ami ui" iriiti iiig to intikn nmuv
Ikmii!ih .y tlu day or mouth.
Hate un ix'lwmi noirnl ana ran II.
Imm liiitriwititruit. ttr Hdirut nt s a.in.
liidoiiiiini)r l"t rail illy al t .iii,
will be sold very nciir cost.
stand of J. D.I. ,
AND SUSPENSOiqY FOR,
tlie efTecta of abutet. excestea.
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7hn T.. . :r.;..r " .
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m onnuci CUtSUi HlC: BELT
so as to be esill
rsslc men, and w wsrrant It to cur sny of the above wesknesset, ti.d to enl.irge shrunken In, L
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Hll.tK I.KATIIKH.-A full asaurtim'iil
.if boot-aiid-slioe leal her, aolea, Mlf ana
kin skins, for sale at Ib-amer A t raven a
Lcailinj; Hotel of the North wesi
Kifr nr.if , II nlrsulle nlal.r, nrlrie liells.
l,l nil i....'in iiiiiinn-rinania. ."wir
lurlolw: uealv jwimnlj
iiiMl rittnrMt rimir.'tnt with lit hua,
u liiiiulrvil aii'i ntntf ,"".
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EAST AND SOUTH
SOUTHERN PACIFIC ROUTE
KiDtaM Train Us rwUsat Dslly.
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an r'rMtw l-v.
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Albany Local. lilwpl Himilay
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h.iilaii.1 to wa rn
Ailaiiv ..-a sMa.MV
ru i.i.man iui:nrrsu:i;ri:Rs
Secoriiklass Slecjutig Cars,
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SI ilUMt"ao4 Corrailu (xanacl with iraliuat
Ona m I ariua Haora,
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rnniati ,4 as, a.
I iN.tiuii ,1m.
Tosouaa tickcts to au. roam
CAST AID SOUTH.
rVtrUfarSisn.1 lal.irmallaOKHtanllnf rata
u.a, ais., sail ua auwa I aaat al ladapa
a r. aootft.
asst. . B. A ram ad
l"nU I,.Nt lltr,(iON.
I at an
sm Um tin
iwuitj Uwusat Will j
St. Paul, St. Louis,
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KAST, NORTH. AND SOUTH
THROUGH SLEEPtRS, RECLINING
UM AIM CARS. AND DINERS.
Port land to
tvrry 4 Uai.
TICKETS TO AND FROM EUROPE.
PIT 1'HU' 1111(1 Ui'llortll lliriilinll.ii. ..nil .in
W. II. Hi ui.iumu-. Awl, (Irnl. p, Atu
l Wllillllllllilll HI .
ajivi t, l'..ii isiunly, in-., mul KornKlmvii
I, .() rrtitun, BiMwH al HuVKr, uml r'or
(!nv aii.ia)iila, -AMum r.Hra. in,ii owiWiimi,
alao rlicrrM, iUiiiipa,srlnils, nrwa, lilark
.iTlH, ipawlH-rrlim, rai.(iliarrlia,alrawlirrlwi.
Ill lllllllllllttui til Mil 11 llinimniliiy,, al
Mini' u'uiis. AUiinma, II. II. Ol'ICK.
Miivi'r, Iitk cmunty, ()rvori.
WHO ARE DEBILITATED AND SUFFERING
from Nervous Debility? Seminal Weak
ness. Losses, PrainsJmpotency or?
Lost Manhood Phfi imatim i a mc
Troi IRl FC NlFDvm icmfcc
worn snd fmnmr. r. ... ...
a trlivl to convince the mot skeptical
drained your ayttemof nerve forea
Bent py mall, sealed.
"lro"K"'oi n state, who would gla.lly
nilddle-nged or old men, and will cure
or parts, o
W. C. S1IAKMAS.
ITMtT, OffOJIII MITOfllCl.
Suits in Any Style Made to Order
4T HKAaONAHI.ll MTKA.
iic 11 mm 1
tJWs ILLUUssUUI U isif
We have Juat oimnwl new drug
-i,.. tu Mniiiniiiiiii. whli h wn have
fitted ut with a tntl'l line of
drtiK uml dniKglata' auiiflrli Owr
.l.M'k la .uif,frti, bright, mad nw.
Our prlii will bu rti)nistli, anrt
by fair doling and courU-oua trwit
mi'iit, we hoHi to or abare of
your ptttroiiugf. rn:rlil) '
N Kivii7tMt, m.
Ika (UMb7a a-Aim j.taa Tnm d aWa la Um
a aid. aulau4W
aaMrtiaa asvar la (ha
taaa ahMaJS tea aliautt
ImIi II all aa.rt,UM.
ma a iu.
J. I I
Hnullfiff of all Kind Done
Agents for the 0. P. Boats.
All bills must b swltlwl by the 10th ot
MRS. A. M. HURLEY,
UillincTji Fanej doodi
Ussl St t4aaM Hstlaaal Itaak,
IsosrssDsjica, a a Oaaaoa.
City Truck and Transfer Co
GEO. HOYT, PROPRIETOR.
We have rwntly tt.tabllahed a first vlann mrat market, on C atreet,
oi(Mwlt Little Palace Hotel, and kep on band all kiuda of
FRESH and SALT MEATS,
Everything Firit-clatt. Free Delivery
Carry a complete line of
TABLE LUXURIES, CANNED GOODS,
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
W aellclt a ahara
Furniture, Bedding;, Carpets,, Wall
Paper or Picture Fraaes,
He has the best and most comnete stock
this side of Portand, and wi alwavs treat wu
Tight. Wa paper trimmed free of chanre.
W. E. GOODELL,
SUCCCSSOR TO M. D WALLER,
mv GOODS ARRIVING EVERY WEEK.
My atoek I, ow more complete than ever bebit. BhaU be pleaaed to hav.
all tho wiatomer, of the atom ooutluue tradlnKl and hop. to indue many to
trade who inner did lx.fc.ro. In oonneoUon with my atore it a
Whore boo. and .ho can be repaired or manufactured under the management
, (1 of M. A. BAKER.
Jteineiuber the name and place,
W. E. GOODELL, - Main Steet, Independence.
0RQAN8 AND PIANOS.
Fo CaUUiju, addrasa,
DANIEL F. 8EATTY, WMhlngton, II I
from TKKMIKAL or INTKRIOR
It l to tafe
n I RGB BU d m
It it Ih DLMNCXAR ROUTL It
rum Through Vtatlbulad Tralni
Every Dy In tha rear to
(fto chutft at mum)
Vompmei of DIN IMJ CAKS on
untUMind, fullmai) Drawing
llwm K!iir ol kteat
T0URI8T 8LEEPINQ CARS,
JUt that can be conatrnttcd. and
in which artmaMxla'loua are
both free and furnished for
boldm of flnsl or aeo
ond claaa ticket,
AiIlo dlrat sail BlaUrmpll
fallaaan aaaauaf raaaraaflnsis aaa ba
la ad.au ra vbnjub aa atastoa Ua R4.
Ixina, ran ba purdiaaaaal al aaiy I rai oA
ol Uiis tunpaajr. puU laawrtaaikaa taw
lat rataa. Uiaa ta) Inuaa, fiMllaa, an ataar a
A. 0. CHARLTON,
Aaaaji Uanaral Psaai near Atat,
u. UI rinrt sUavl, oof Wash !.
JAMES GliwON, LOCAL A6KNT.
Henkle & Walker,
at yaur aatranata.
ALL RINDS Or
foot fe of Esira U