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IS 1. 1 Hi WOKTU I.IYIKU
"la life vawth ltvlimt tll ni, I pray,"
1 hwnl a lowly ntitn yt
"1r l It ItlllUIT MfHftJ urn
Ftwui flml to lattlll our ii l iltwwf "
lata " mil tr mwrvrtr, trvHihlw, and toll;
Itoltjr anutiiil ui IrlaU anil;
l'traautv nn frw; tini Jy rait
Mather iUiln a ftw noun' ),
ln'lnoortly.anvy, mil tonurMmrv,
WHh mall ami Jaatow hard U br.
1 life wvirUi living, when frtotub r few
Axil qutituum Mltr Uiclr at-tHl Ilk ilvt
l.lft liu tin liUvwwtn ml flKwrr, dar ntftUlt
ljUiinc row In iintitna. but nir In aliai!,
Ho uitl,v (rlv In ItrUiltuirm l) iwt
Ll jrmur drettn ami wwtla b m mow.
Vow ll And Uial Ui l wwtli living tiutiwit,
If th Inward tiiotiti.irjfoii unity liwil;
Ami Mm will uvvtr w ! Ijf by
It xwlkw " yvur motto, your tltwirv high,
Mftk lire wtlt living, it young trli
Nol In cttmiit urAutitnt wlitrt.
But In Uivl itlMMirm, Willi gootliKw litoiiti
TlH'B you '11 vivJmj a lift- wll Hlt,
ou all Mo, Uirn you cm gaits
1.1 " Joya ami rnnvwi lYnm rwiji Mii
Ym It " worth living Ui 111 wnwl and I rue.
Worth living, dear girl, tor tu and M you.
A COSMOPOLITAN SCHOOL
A Quvor Minora nt rtilldr lu On ol
Kw Vara' jhthiwt DutMIng.
Until about a yrar agv tlt prlitoijvU
or ward aoluvl j, s Juiw iort, tin
tHt lmtu what a qnwr lot of pupil It
bail, allhonch bo had otmtiui 1muj;Iuh1
' ow th atrtuur collwUou of iiitmo
upon th rvJU A jwur airo he took
cvnxu and carefully traced out th
xact part of th earih ftiun which th
Jxmiit4 of oh of hia pupil had coma.
1 found that thero wr in his acliool
no U than twi'iitr-wvon diitivrvut na-
tivmnlilio. tokiug about tvirwnty.
Uhikuh othttr than Kiiidisb ami it;
tlitUtfcU. lit! found thnt of tlii'ao autvvu
wrrn in ttw irittiitrY uVvtrlmttit aJoiws
S not Ions afterward ha arrtuijiiti
no4 iMhtrv to ouo of Ui nchool vnlvr
UimiicntA. At ctrtiiiu plao in th
imRruiuii ch child rwi, holding
in bin or her hniuls two fln. On nu
th Auirwn flag, th otlwr th fltu of
th titi.vi frvitu which tho futlier had
come, Tha visitor to th iclwl wr
touihd. Thiy rcoj,'uiHl hlf
doien flas wll known a th txuitwrt
of &irtin ntionItalin, Ovruian
Spaniah, (Vvnch, Swisi and th like.
Thon thtjr aaw warly a dotvn tthir,
WOiVnu'aW trm tlnirstinix and fwlon
lid dwigns a the battni'M of lirlrtc
or aomtWUrio couutrie, known to tut
In Tgm wy a heathen.
When thte childwn, none Wnmr nn
der five year of ajf, first ctmie to thu
choul they are foreigner to the ry
core. They ak the InnKU.t); of their
father, ami tIii hav never even
bettrvl the mtitid of iui tjijclisih woH
They are of the country from which
their parent came both in customs and
ideas. Their clothing alone bear th
stamp of America, and that so out of so-
cord with their face and expression
that they seem ill at etwe, and even more
poorly clad than thoy really are. They
enter the primary department And
here it may be raid that, although the
youngest are five years old, the ases of
many extend upward toward eighteen
and twenty years.
it is the business of Miss Hose O'Xoill
and her seven aaituuts to teach these
children the English IiitiK'uayn, and then
to make American childrn out of thuiu.
Oo into the school 'nt the beginning of
the school year, and you will think th
task hopeless, impossible. Come back
at the end of six months, and if yon
close your eyes and listen to the reading
exercises you will not be able to dis
tinguish Chinese child or Arab child or
Tunisian child from the few pure blood
ed Americans who form the curiosities
of the school. Then rou will wonder
how the miraclu has been performed.
Harper s V eekly.
On Yer'i tVrk.
At the twentieth anniversary festival
of the Provident Surgical Appliance so
ciety in London, Dr. Bond in the conrs
of his speech said that he knew of only
one case dealt with by the society in
which any ilissatUfaction was given. A
young woman was Htted with a Roman
nose, but the boys of the college, notic
ing the change, mii.lo her life unbear
able. She besought the society to help
her, and was supplied with a pretty little
retrousse nose so attractive that all ber
companions were made envious, and
several offers of marriage were insured.
I)r. Bond's society last year distributed
no fewer than artificial arms, legs,
teeth and noses. London Letter.
Stostpliitf a Customer Kn Ituute.
A Maryland farmer who was waiting
for the train to leave for New York
was accosted by Detective McDcvitt,
who finally learned that the gentleman
from the rural districts was going to
New York with f 100 in his pocket to
buy "gTeen goods." The farmer said
that the agent of the green goods man
would meet him at Siuumorville. Mc
Dcvitt sent tho farmer back to his fam
ily and saved him the loss of his money
and the expense of his trip. lie saya
that men may be seen at the depots
every day on their way to deal In green
goods. Washington Star.
An Kleetrlfl I.aunr.h.
An electric launch on exhibition at
the crystal palace, London, is thus de
scribed: The Lily, as she is named, is 28
feet long ari l bus a beam of S feet 6
inches, a deptn of 2 fe;t 1U inches nnd a
draft of 2 feet. The electrical equip
ment consists of a two horse power mo
tor, supplied with a current from thirty
"Epstein" cells. Her weight complete
is 2,500 pounds, she will hold from
twelve to fifteen passengers, and with
one charging will run at her full sjieed
of seven miles an hour for live hours.
linn Down by an Inland.
Captain George W. Torrey, of the
fishing schooner Alice, retort that his
boat was almost run down by a floating
island in the Pacific ocean off Cape Flat
tery. The captain and crew went on it
and made partial exploration. There
was a hut nnd a small farm on the is
land and other signs of habitation, al
though there wore no signs of life.
Australians have had bitter experi
ence of the mischief which rabbits are
capable of doing, and now they seem
likely to have trouble of a similar kind
from the introduction of foxes.
A sore throat troubled John Haines,
of Danville, Ills., and he lout his voice lo
consequence of It, After a few days he
tougUed tip a brass pin and Ids voice
as restored. j
Immense damage has been done In the
County of Essex, England, by the pea
weevil. In many cases whole fields of
peas have been destroyed and have had
to be plowed in and oats town in thuir
Ventilation by Windows.
It Is always proper to resort to window
ventilation if no other means of ventila
tion is attainable. Lower the windows
from the top; if ponnihle open one win
dow from the bottom, but choose a win
dow the opening of which will not create
a draft. lieatcd air rises and will escnpe
through the lowered windows, while the
fresh air will enter through tho raised
windows. New York Sun,
Th 1st Mme. lUrtholdt waa no or4t
nary person, and on her ninetieth birth
day ah looked so full of lif and beamed
m with mental vigor and heartinmk that
I wonder be did not live to a hundred,
tih wm left widow early, Mid dTOt4
herself to th education of bar sou and
Mi stewardship of their paternal prop,
rttes, which under her innarraMit
were increased to fortune, Though ao
wU eudowed willi th inouey making
faculty, the was a pomon if a generous
disposition and given to hospitality,
lu youth he was reputed the band
mict girl lu Aluaee, As an old woman
lie wm nior than uaiuhtoiiirt. Th pur
outline reiuaiuvd, and the tlr of the
kindest, quickest and most lambent pair
of ryes iiuaginalile was nvr quenched
o long as life remained. Th am must
have had her lu hi head, as h remem
bered her in her younger day, when h
was sketching the deaigu of th statue
of "Liberty Enlightening th World.'
It was her idea that Lilwrty should not
be en pate de gnimanre, but of a grav
and severe et. Liberty was the bent
of all conditions, h used to say, for
those who were never on tlieuntejve,
and the worst for th self indulgent.
lh never saw a trai-e of self righteous
hsnumem in the old lady, Hh was very
indulgent toward the rrtng; but thai
grace, h said, came with the wid x-
tierience ol old age. It was a aouroa of
enjoytuent to her to drive to the Isle of
Swans, in the Siln, and look at the re
duced copy which was set up there a few
years ago of the famous statu which
now stands at the entrance of New York
harlKtr. One of her saying, was, "Do
not repress badmw; crowd it out with
rood Kiwi "-I Tf-,-k-II
Had !! Tkees.
"Mr. Joue. said Airs. Jones, looking
np from th iiwr sh was reading
"her is an excellent article on 'How to
Uang Picture.' You ought to read It"
"Oh, I know how hang 'inP retorted
Mr. Jane savagely, and then silence
cam like a poultice to heal th blow of
sound. Detroit Free Pr.
awd Mad Vwfwl.
The hollow stem of the ipeelea of e
weed tiidigeuinis to th neighborhood of
th Cape of Oood Hop was formerly
used by th native a a trumpet whan
dried. Still anothtr kind furnish th
savage of torn parts of Australia with
vessels, many Implement and tvn food.
"Who was railed th father of hit
country. Miss Peacour
"(Jeorga Washington was railed th
father of hi couutry; but this was an
erroneous idea, for it ha been proven
that to Adam belongs th ignominy.
tot Kinlbllloa raraoM,
(Whipple Writing up your diary, Kute?
Why, 1 didn't know yon kept one.
Kute It's only a fictitious on in
which I make out that I lead th lif of
a taint, that I leave about for my wife
to read. l-xclutng.
The whole of th Interior of Green
land is believed to b covered by an im
mense shield shaped cap of ic and snow,
which in some place most hav a thick
ness of at least five or six thousand feet
to go mit of doors lu rough weather I I
not strong, but we are, many of ns,1
vinn..Ud to lace Mini h weather tm
lueutly. Iiiaes Which arise from a
bill are iwcullar to no aeaMin ol the
vear. Tins is true, therefore there
dwuld lie in the closet of every bouses
hoia what? ot an uumeclicnted stlin-
ulant, ntsMilutely devoid of anything
hut an excltlve action, but a tonic com
bining, in the t-IIivtive form of au In.
vlgoraut ami an alterative, the quality
of defense agniust clianges of weather.
Hottctter's Stomach Hitters has three
or four properties that no other article
l its claxa kwmwm. .Not only diss 11
relieve the complaints which it even
tually core, It fortllle the ayatvtn
galut the IhiiI ellects or t'bang of
teitiperatnre, fatally and loo often
diow u in the deadly form of la grippe;'
it proiiiii-t-tt a radical change lu the
wt uki nc. couilitlon of a system twU'
liarly liable to I attacked by it, and it
tends to provide against the danger re
ulting from au luiH.verlhl condition
of the bloixt and a disordered statu of
the liver and bowela
llMtljr'a I'laaiw and Orf ana.
Hon. Daniel F. Ikiitty, the great ur-
Kan and piano manufacturer, is build
ing and shipping more organs and
iilaiios than ever. In IHTll Mr. Ilcatty
ft home a pennilc plow-lsiy, ami by
his indomitable will he has worked hfa
way up so as to sell so far, nearly Iini.isni
tf Iteatty'sorguiw ami plamsmiuce 1.S70.
.otlilng seems to ulMnearten mm; ou-
.tiuMes laid in his way that would have
reeked any oniinary man forever, lie
turns to au adverttnemeni and coiuew
nit of it brighter than ever. Ill
nstruments, as a well known, are
very sijiuluratid are to be found In all
mrts of the world. We are informed
hat during the next ten years he in-
etids to k-1I si.UN) more of bis make.
riiat imiins a business of f .'Imhmiimi If
ive average them at IiNj each, It Is al
ready tht) lurgiwt business of the kind
n existence, bend to Daniel t, lU-ntty,
VViwthington, Kew Jersey, for catalogue
FOR A SHORT TIME I WILL OFFER
l.lown wnler sets, beautifully etched tl 00
Table sets, four pieces , , Wi
Wash bowl and pitcbel. hand paiuted 73
Frnit dishes, various style , !V
(,'ake stunds ,., B
Mason fruit jars (qnnrts) per dozeu 1 IB
Jelly gliisses per down W)
Crumb tray mid brush Hi
Copper- bottomed wash boiler , 1 75
Mrs. I'otts's uickel-phited snd Irons, pel sot 1 75
Klcgnnt dress shirts, worth 81.50 1 00
Quick sales and small profits is our motto,
First National Hunk.
G-EO. "W. ISEEID, Proprietor.
Good grain and stock farms and choice fruit lands;
Those having property
PIONEER MEAT MARKET
F. B. LEWIS, Proprietor,
Highest market price paid for fat stock, beef, mutton, veal,
pork, etc. All bills must be settled monthly.
Open Sundays from 8 to 9 a. m.
Free delivery to all parts of the
I'NITIU st at as.
Preidttt, . , , IWiiJamiu llsrrisou
Vw I'raaidsut Uvl P, Morton
Heo, of 8tU,.,, John W. Foster
reo, of Treasury Ohaa, Kiwlet
fMttuaater Unral., .Johu Wsiisnmker
Mee. of Interior John W, Nubia
rWo, nt War., Hteven 11. Klkin
Heo, of Narjr lUmjaiuin F.Traoy
Allomey Oeueral W. tl. It. Miller
Heo, of AariouUure,.,,l.Jeritimh Husk
Com. of KdU(Milion,..,,,.,W, T.Harria
Cow. ut reunions , , , .0. fV lUum
rrsti or imamm.
llovemor . , , , , Hylvealer peimoyer
See, of rilai, (leo. W. Mollrl
Treasurer Pink Mclehau
Hupl, of Pub, lu K. UNoKlM
Atty, General Cleo. K. Chamberlain
Stata Priuter Frank Uaker
IT vi u ...I J onn ii. nueueii
v. . j N
CVingreamuaii, 11 dial., Dinger lUrinann
" SM W. R Kill
Supreme Court . , llU, Peau
( r. A. Moor
Mtipt of reuileniary,,..tl. 8, Downing
Supt, of Asylum... L, L. Itowland
( O. W. Oolvig
It. It. Coma, J ltohert Clow
( A. N, Hamilton
Clerk. Frank Miller
( F. a Heed. Prsa.
Fish Com niU, Campbell
( Oeo. T, Myvra,
Food Com...., W. W. Baker
Circuit Judh ...Oeo. II. lluruelt
District Ally.... J as. McCain
8Ul SensUir N. L. Umler
ii ...,.... IO.V.Myer.
' J. O. Htaals
a T. Itureb
1 1. Himpaon
' 1 Henry Ilyerly
W. u Well
II II. Cosper
, ,T. O. Hutehiiison
Treasurer.,,. .... ,
, T. I Puller
.....E. L. Keiclmm
.a J. T. Ford
K. t. llenkle
o l.t.-.i A. 8. Iswk
v-reimu aru 1 J.nie OlWn
liliru nru... Uu..
i in. v. nut
I J. IWmife
Distnet No. 39 t. w. Whlun
' W. K. t:re
Clerk J. D. Irvine
Fimst DsrrisT. Sumlay School at
o'eioek . M. Preaching every Monday al
i.llo'cloi'k am., and atao every riumly
evening. Young people meeting one
hour before service in the sveulug. Prayer
toeeltng very Tburadat evening. All
cordially invited to attend.
ltav, A J. llixiuxsa, Psator,
CsLvaar PawanaauH. Preaching
service every Sunday nerniii at II and
also in th eveuuitf at 7 o'clock. Sunday
Sciimil at 13 o'clock, immediately after
preaemug. nayer iueiing every eun
uy evening. K cordial invitallon ex
i leuueo hi ail, eapeciany rangers viamog
M. E. Cucaf HotTH.- Preaching ev
ery firat and third Sunday. Sunday
School at 8 o clock in the afteruoun
Prayer meeting every Thursday evening.
Kiev. J. M. Pa ax sh. Pastor.
Evisoauicsu-Prrachlng every Hab
bath eioent I lie seoond Sunday in the
month at Itidepeudeuoe al 7 li.ni., and
at Monmouth in the pohlie scinml build
lug at 11 a. m., by the pator,
Hav. A. li, Cortat.
CiiHisTUH.-Huuday Hehnol very Sun'
day at 10 o'clock. Preaehing (he first
and second Sunday of the mouth morn
I ii a ami evening.. Prayer meeting on
Wediiesday even lug.
lliv.lt. L. Stisi.i.sr, Psslor.
JIS. ALEXANDER & SON,
We bare j tint oiH'iictl a new drug
Hture iu Moiiinouth, which we lmve
(Utinl nn with a complete Jlno of
clrtiin tun! ilniirciHtM' sundrii. Our
stock Is pure.frvnli, bright, mid new
Our pricwt will be rviiMonaldo, nnd
by fair dealing and courteous treat
int'iit, we hope to .-Mrur a Hlmre of
your patroniige. rreHeriptioriH im
C STREET, OPPOSITE POSTOfEICE.
Suits in Any Style Made to Order
AT nKAUAllf.H MATKM,
THE FOLLOWING BARGAINS
(live us a call.
Second door south
of all kinds.
for sale, please call.
UrSlRVERUD I CO.
hwm-. " a v ?f it.,. ', .;
THE PLANO BINDERS
A General Stock of Shelf
and Heavy Hardware..
W. J. CAMPBELL, MGR.
Clodfelter Building, Cor. C and Main sts.t
INDEPENDENCE, - OREGON.
Prescott & Yenoss,
Indepcndcn Saai mill.
nst rcTi ss i c.
FIR AND HARD WOOD, ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER
I A. Watataa, Msntr.
Stylish Turnouts Always in Readiness.
llavliiir luU-ly piiirhrw-l tlm i-utliv liilon! in tlm hlaWi-a uf J. X.
Jotim, wn ux) now U-IU-r twiiufi limn vrr t iiuh'I tht itctuumlH ot
Ihe nillit, us t n nuw iiuikiii uml tin pnpiuing to niukt ntniiy
suUtunthil iinpitvi'iinU, 'TtNUit tHwnliHl by tln tiny or iiionlli.
Trnvcllnis ini'ii it siMcinliv.
, SALEM STAGE "nin .1 i i
imm r v ll s-f (u.l.'Kiit!.'.i. Ml I it. hi ; It'. In.ItH'H.lrinv I'. I lici nt V ft. Hi,
tbtlrm Sw lmWKiiikiit, iitr hi 1 1 m,j l... liiiU..i.-i(, lur , iu i uj, ol 1 1 m.
DAMON & COOK, Proprs.
Furniture, Bedding, Carpets Wa
Paper or Picture Frames,
1 Ie has the best and most complete stock
his side of Portland, and will always treat you
right. Wall paper trimmed free of c harge.
T. W. ESTES
amount to j,
I bave on lmtul a lmifc lot of cmuicil
olicnp. Also, a hit if vnry linn Uuum, tliat
Remember the old
MEN T WHYflREXQP
.'..in mumi iy -
Vi'' itj:...ii i i ,r.
wo have a relief and cure
In your Ignorance of effect
and vitality which la
system the elements thus
strength snd vigor will foU
cure or money refunded,
Dr. Sanden't Electric
after all other treatments 5$
testliv. and lrorn manv ol ,'c.
- j -V-.Jy,
ll a tomplete galvanic battery, made Into a belt in as to be easily worn during work or at rest, nnd It gives soothing, prolonced currents
Which are Instantly felt throughout all weak parts, or we forfeit 4S.OOO. It has an Iimii-nJ r.lnt.iJ. d.. 1
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the worst cases in two or three months. Address , 1
8ANDEN ELECTRIC CO., 172 First St., PORTLAND, OREGON.
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will Im scilil very near com I.
stand of J. D. I.
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failed, as can be shown by hundreds of cases throughout this State, who would gluilly
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BEAL1ER & CRIYEN.
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rirtnti .1, nrly imiiilmli
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one tiluidmt niid nliljf rwus,
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Cm. from ttni MatiMn,
" EAST " AN0 80uf M
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Albany local. iHMljrsswpt Cuinlsjf
Viriintl , , 4flO p.m.
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Sauiiil-class Slet-piii); Car
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EAST aJD SOUTH.
fW?"' U-ksn4 lloritlo niawt!lntmia
tie., mu m mmyMj $ scat M mjtywa
a. kokuijik. a p. boo i as,
a im i, Asa v A. ft, t
On sifle to
St Paul, SI. Louis,
And All plnM
I'AST, NORTH, AND SOU'III.
THROUGH SLEEPtRS. RECLINING
CHAIR CARS, AND DINERS.
Slumtrt from Portland la 8in PtsikIko
avvly 4 uay.
TICKETS TO MO FROM EUROPE.
fur niu- siiil st'iiprsl Inhirmallon call on nr
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(Inivii, U)iiiim, ij,imi pram, lu.KM prm-lini,
nli iliirrln, Miilncrii, nprlmlji, iiihw, tiliu'k-Iwrrii-i,
in" wi.lM.rrli.il, i'iiilHirl,lrttwlirrrlni,
III illlllllllllnA In null Ilia lilirt'liiu.r. nt muiin.
uhln lurius, A(llrsii, I). (I, ol; IOK.
Mu vr. Polk ciiuiily, Iin'cn.
WHO ARE DEBILITATED AND SUFFERING
from Nervous Debility Seminal Weak
NESS. Losses Drains iMDOTFwrv no.
Lost MAMHnnn Phfiimatiqm i imp
IRLF5I MFPVm 1CMFCQ
sent by mall, sealed.
J. I I
IIuulitiK of nil Klml ltio at
Atrcnts for the 0. V. float
All bills must Im atilliil by ll. loth nt
Msl I Ia4aaas Kulesal k.
Borr aatattt taAan ul M a. la SnfafM '-'
la. anvil. lr taHio ...M ut atMSsa Mi ta
lir UUm4 fell rrimnUt WITT MtM
lib t-nr,HaVr. It. a-4 ihens
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City TrLckand Transfer Co
Una alniaiaii, ol aat aManUSe aaiw IS IM
lakl SalMaaalr lllaainMaS an ll'WIIIi
waa .IwaTs ha lll."ai ll. wwilr,
ni l ti l Mi auwliu. iaSlaw M(SH a OU,
rl la.M axaxlau. Kaa lula.
h People:" Meat Market.
B. F. ANDREWS, Prop.
We have mwitly wtablWiwt a first cliisa iiiwit inai kc t, on V fm-t,
ojHOhlto Little I'lthu Hotel, and keep ou biunl all kimUof
FRESH and SALT MEATS,
Everything First-class, Free Delivery
Carry a complete line of
TABLE LUXURIES, CANNED GOODS,
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
W solicit shar
No Btttorlt or Xltctrto Sptrk to ear or. - Hxkn ao mU or dirt
Xo doubl or txlsi Exploaiiuut, to fivqutat with ti unm.lm tpr!:
it wafaU or AUtamt""kl!r' Just W t:t Bumr, tan th, nd
iJnJT to g,t out of ofu- tina tar ether Ca or Cwoiia rvla. ,w fcu't
mnj'rtui'rxrsriuixD iEscmPTnrs catevzjut to
taifiKimtat PALMERC& REY, aM..
W. E. GOO.DELL,
;40m n-i sun ol n n
NEW GOODS ARRIVING JCVKKY WEEK. -My
Htonk Ih now nioro inmipMo than cvr bi'ron. Hlmll lw pUwcl to lmve
all tho ouHtimiem of tho utore dnitlmio truilliiR, ami hope to liuluw nmny to
trmlo who iuvtr did befoiv, In ooiinwtloii with my store Im a
Whore boom and hIhh wm bo rvpnlrvrt or nmiuiriu!turid undor the niaiiaireineut
. of M. A. 1UKK1L
lU'iiieink-r tho uiiiiio and pluoe,
W. E. GOODELL, - Main Steet, Independence.
ORGANS AND PIANOS.
For ('aUl'ifii"i aJilrrw,
DANIEL F. HEATH, WwhingVn, N J,
FrrniTTrtltMIXAL or INTKIUOlt
nmm Pin r. r.
. In lw lln to
It Ii the DINIKCjCAR ROUTE. It
rum Through Vwtibulwl Tralrm
Every Day In the Year to
(No rliiie ut m
ComjKiw! of IMN'INO CAIW im-auriiMM-,
I'll II urn ii Hiaalng
uii HlH'Mrn ol lafit
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS,
that cuii I (otiHtrtK'tai, tnl
iu w hich MccomuitHlittkiiM tire
both friM-aml furnlHlii fur
liolilcm of flrat or -oikI
1 Continuous line, Connecting
witb all Lines,
AtTur.llhg 4itw( aud unliil'miplM acrvha.,
ullniau .lrwf rrvaii.tv. ran ba H-ait4
III Mtvaitn. liuougb suf aMil ot lit Mail.
Ui anil tnm all
llnu la A turf t-
ra. Knrlanil. and
uni,iti b iHifrl.Mr4 al any I rk4mrw
at II. u nMiiaur, lull lhli.ru, alkm rafil.
In. ial. lima tf Irani. r.rtil, ant oIIm da
tail., lunil.lKil no a..llialk'li ki muf atnil,.-
A. D. CHARLTON,
A.UUiK iM-ticral IaMrn(rr iimi,
Nu. Ill t lifi MM, au Wanliiiiftun,
JAMCS GIBSON, LOCAL AGCNT
Henkla & Wsiker,
of your patranaga.
H. D WALLER.
AM, KIND'S or
hi fear of Extra Quality