THE WEST SIDE ISSI KU BY- Vest Sib Pc-!ishing C::;i:, FRIDAY, SKl'TKMBRU I, 18KL HMltt AKU 1HKHK, We took a rUt to tb IMekrcall Wedttesdsy. Thing wow very hvwly about there. MeDaulel A While had Uaoii In already 100.000 bushels of .train. rr two weeks they bed iw aged T,000 bushels per day. They Imtl Umght nlMtit W,0t.. bttahvla al Wty- live wuts s-r buahel. They ere mak tug lii barrel of Hour r day, and shipping tl (o lVrlUivil as fwt as made They are mi enterprising unit, and live hi the heart uf a rich eud productive eouutry. Vut friend J. II. Neemlth had gone to Neetucca with 1)1 family for few ds of enjoyment, ltd owns a flu farm one ut tb first settled upon hi thecouuty. We met with Judge lUirvh aud hi oil Nat, aud enjoyed a few moments la frlettdly ecu verve with them. The Judge, we think, will secure the appro bation of tin- people til hi ofllelel ca pacity. Messrs. r'omiau A Ulbeou are doing good hUshleS", Slid llV It fill nlock of goods ou baud. We paed ou, after a short stay ml lUckrcalt, and called at th resldviteeof Mr. Seth ltlggs, who met im with entile ami hearty granp of the hand. Setu live ou aua own the laud for merly owned by lite lather, T. J. lUggs, who died about twenty year ago. Ill mother, bow sewuty-ihrve years of age, U living with him, tuid U enjoy log comparatively good health, Tht "old folks1' cam to Otvgun In Ktt,aud Beth ww bora upon the farm on which he now renldus, III brother Cans live near hhu, Mid both have beautiful resi dence and rich Mid fertile lands. We (waned ou to thebouneof J. W, Kdgar. Mr. Kdgar livceou tbe much of Mouroe Miller, and appears to be prospering la bU labors. Hanging from the wall of one of the room we beheld two hnmUume frame contain ing the photograph of I'ucle t'ry Kmbree Mid hU wife. These picture called to mind Ui first time w met with Mr. Eiubree, iu IStJ.uo (be Unki ot the Idi'rvule. lUiIlvd wheat waa aupplkd to u lllwrnlly, and we par took "fit with the aietUe of an emlgrmut. Undo arvy and I)vid Juhitwm, of lmU'iH-inlonet', are the only two urvlving emlgratita of 1M4 that THE MOST RELIABLE To correct the conttiptttd habit, nmore tick 'headache, reliev dytpvptia, to purify the blood, cure jaundico, liver complaint, and blliouaneaa, Ayer'a 1H1U are no. equaled. They are an excellent after-dinner pill, a-misting the pro cess of digestion, and cleuulng and strengthening the alinientarv cauaL When taken on the invasion of a cold or a fever, they effectually pre vent further progress of the disease. Being sugar-coated and purely veg etable, they are the best Family UMtleln. lor old and jonnf, Arti't Ml It an lnUUpoubl lo otaivit, taltun, unp in, niara, and travelon, and u (Terr wlwn roeonmeBded by lbs medical Ira lernttT. Dr. J. W. tlaioe, rluuM, W. T., wfitM! "Ajn't Vllltm Um moil Henly bl aaecd ta UteUr lofredlenU, of nj I know 01" For mora Uua twenty yean 1 have ned AreCi FUla u a eomciln tot torpidity ot IheMomaeh, II ear, and bowel. and toward ol malarial aiucka, and they hara alwaya dona perfect work." E. t. Uoodwia, rub liaber Aawmt; 8U Landry, La. "I was laailer of a aalllag vatael for many years, and saver tailed lo prtnldo a supply of Ayefi Itlla, for tlia oa ol both, nffl eers sad Baa. Tbey art a aala and rallabto Cathartic and alwaya glira aatUfactlon." flarry Koblnaoa, n K. Pearl at., Fair llaren, Coae. For a long tints I was a eulterer from stoauen, liver, and kidney trouble, aad baring tried a variety of remedlea, with only temporary relief, I befan, about tbres awotbs aro. the uas of ayer'i rills, and already my health la to nock improved that I gladly teatlfy to the tuperior merits of this ealliartK." Uanoei J org Fertlra, Oporto, Portugal. Ayer's Pills ratraaao at Or. J. C AVER & CO., LoveB, Mast. Bold by all DrugiKta and Dwl.ra la Mxltcin. E. T. HENKLE PIONEER BARBER Opp. Opera House, Independence, Or. r j . ""111111111 y Salem. Oregon. W, I. A thorough bdilnsaa training achool, Endorwd by the bmlneu and prolaulonal man ol saiara. Five Departments: Dusinea, Shorthand, Typewriting tPenmanship,English, School io MMlon the entire yaar. Stadanta adroiltad at any lima. Cauloiua, containing Information, free F. ANSTINE MONMOUTH WALL PAPER FURNITU.R GOODS DELIVERED MONMOUTH F. ANSTINE I have in stock a nice line of clmirs, bedroom lets, and piece furniture, wall psper and pictore frame mouldings. Give me a call. we call to mlud. May their declining Years ba bkaaad with all uril.l mum forU,andwlthtbee.rtainLvofahann bereaner, Mr. Kdgar has a Bui fhwk at. V-1 . - ' of CVdswold sbvvp, of which he luatly pjroud. We called on J. W. I-eonard, who lives oa the Crowley farm, Me was busily eugaffvd Iu hauling his wheat to the warehouse. Mrs. Blots, a sister of Mr. Laniard, with hr husband, now In Colorado, will soon Wave that local ity far Oregon, where they eipeot to make their future home, Mr. Leonard will In a couple of weeks remove to his tract of laud near Taliuage. V, XV. tVa'k, who Uvea near Mr. Leonard, received us cordially, and ex preened himself Weil pleased with the YKf eiit'K. Mr. Fawk has a beautiful farm, aud the laudecape presented to view from htsdwelltug Is very plctu cMiue, Tlie neigiiUirbood of which Oak drove schuoltiouss Is the eeuter, one where hosiltallty Is met on every hand. After dlutug, we sped onward Bueua Vlata, which we (bund almost k'sertetl, It appvarlng that alunajt all the people tied enwaed the river to the bop yards, and were engaged ta pick ing, aud making ptearatlons for the further picking of hops. We were In formed that there were about 109 acres lu hoiw Iu this vlclulty. 8uch being the case It will not be long before large atuouutaof mouey wilt be circulating here. We found Mr. Bhlves at his ware house taking In grain, of which he has a considerable amount already stored He has a new cleaner which works to perfection, and his patrons seem well pleased with bis manner of conductuig business. The merchants at Bueua Vista seem well satisfied with their bualuees pros- pcota, and make no complaint of bard lime. Mr. Jeter was making prepar ations to keep some supplies on hand at the hop yards A. J. lUchardsou was at the Foley prluga, where for a couple of weeks he has been rusticating, Miss Florence Alexander will take clianre of the achwd here this coming winter, to commence early In Septem ber. Mies Florence Is a daughter of James Alexander, who Uvea near here, and la a recent graduate of the Mo- Minnvllle college. John Hunter, who has been worktug with Itaruiou's thresher, has been con fined to the bouse for two weeks with some malarial disease. Mr. Smith, an Insurance ageut, has been sick here htr several weeks, but at prevent Is Improving, Miles Porterflold baa a flue field of bo. There 's money In them, Miles, ItsnisTKH, Ta Reform Saeiely. We recently received the following through the mall, with a request that we prlut It: lieallxlntf the very ureal neceealty for the reform of bumaully, and bellevlug that this reform must be brought sbout larwely by Individual self-refonn. To this end we luatltule a society aud adopt the following preamble and rrwo- lutions ss a Dents from wiilcn to work: IfAwiii, the reformatory efforts of humaulty. thus far, have been mainly devoted to trylug to eliminate evils in others, by external appeals In the form of apeechea, writings, aud arguments, to prove the efficacy of certain meth od or theories to reform the race, while thone advancing them seem not to Un iterm ami that reform comes from with In. and muat be evolved for one s self; and that only through self-reform can one help to reform the reoe. lie It therefore Jirmjivtd, That ws, the undersigned, constitute ourselves Into a society for if refomi, to try to live lu harmony Ith all life. liitolvrtL Thsl we shsll endesvor to so guanl our thoughts, that we shall only evolve K'X"' oues; that we will neither think nor speak ill of s not lie r, no matter bow great the provocation; ud that we will strive peralnteutiy to be the embodiment of love and good will. Hrtotvrd, That so far as lies within our power we will not leave any effort untried, nor let an opportunity pam vo help our fellow beluga. i e The Itemoeratle ftiala Ticket I'ednun- illy Kleeled. Lirrt.1! fhK K, tSept. 6. Partial re turns received up to midnight from all over the stats are to the effect that the election has been quiet. A full Democratic vote seems to have been polled, hut there Is a great falling off In the colored Republican vote, owing to the unfamlliarlty with the Austra lian ballot law and general Indiffer ence. This was enpecially noticeable' In the large negro counties. The Dem ocratic state ticket, beaded by William H. Flchback, for governor, Is undoubtedly elected by a large major ity. No approximate estimate can be mado to night. Fob Bali, Two small tracts of land near Independence montly net to fruit trees; aim) one ten acre tract with good l,i,ll,llmr hnn vanl. and orchard. In quire at this office. Stalut, Principal. PICTUnE FttAMEU PRICES RIGHT LOCALS. . Wheeler's Is the place to buy school " oooss. Uuyyour school books of W, II, Wheeler. The stste fair at Halem owna next Monday. A full line of school books aud school supplies at Wheeler's. The public school of Independence begins neat Monday. l)o not forget to send lu your sub scription to the Wkt Hipn. Hpeclal rales Air family washluga at the ludepeudence steam laundry. Oarlaiid and Universal staves lu eud less variety at It, M. Wsite a IVs, "It matters not so much where you are, as what you ers,"-fMAo ,vnr in Wt make a specialty of school Uatks mi school supplies. W. 11. Wheeler, PartUw lu need of school btaiks will do well to call at Wheeler's book store, tallies, iro aud ses Hliellev A Van' duyu's elegant slock of (all aud wlutrr wraps. Riocktou A lleiikle have the finest llueof k-cnts' aud ladlea' ties lu the market. tfo and see that fine display or new schmd Iwoks ul reivlved at Hunter 41 Nbelley'a. 4l4t II M, Wade Co. wstit It ntuKr- sltaVt that they keen uotliiug but the oeai Of stoves. For a supply of choice winter oulous, apply to KB, Mlddleham, In North Iutleieudeuce. 4 .11 (let your tablets, luks, hooka, nlates, pongen, pena, and pencils, at W heel er's book store. The Wnrr Kins office Is turning out a large amount of Job work thla mouth It ball ft rat clam. For flrst-olass aiwuimodatloii, go to the IJttle falace. It has recently been entirely remodeled. Jordan Morris Is havlug but new residence In North Indeendence pushed to completion. Heveti head of work oxen for sale. Inquire of the Falls City stage driver, orJ.M. Ferry, Falls City. 3t Place your colletHIng lo the hamls of Smith A Iturch, ofilce over the Inde pendence Nsttoiisl Ilsnk. Fresh fish every Tueadsy and Friday. ce every day at i centa ih . iuya- lay at 11 siou, opposite Fstee's grocery Our towu was visited by a street fakir this week. 1 (e thinks there Is no doubt but that Harrison will reelected. Try Htrong's restaurant, Weatacntt A Irwlu, propitelors, wneu in uniem. Meata, flrat claaa In every way, '2 cvuts. You will Iw sure to find among Mis Mscsulay's targe selection of mlllluery, uat what you wstit st your owu pru-e. li n't forget to go to Mlaa Macau lay 'a for your fall aud school Imts, fr she will le able to give you lust what you want. "Tla dlaeord within, that grates so heavily In life's song; 'tis we, not they, who are at fault; when others seem so wrong." Ht Patrick's Pills. They are the beat physio. They slao re,uUt the liver and bowels. Try them, 25 cants per box. The Union Parltta Is the only line ruuulng two dally through trains tie tween the Pacific Northwest aud F-at- ern cltlea. t'hnmlierluln's Couiih ftelitedy, fatuous for Us cures of bad colds and as preventive and cure for croup, fto eeuts per txittle. All tboae hsvtng collections to niaks III do well to place their accouuts with Binllh A Burch. They will give them prompt attention. Tbe mother of Iter. Robert Fulton rary, of t'ougukeepsie, i. x., la toe only autvlvlng child of Robert Fulton, the Inventor of the steamlioat Chnmberlnln's Pslu Ilallil. a seneral family liniment eud especially valuable for rheumatism, sprains, burns and frost bites, 60 cents er bottle. O. I). Rider has raised MOO buabelsof beat this year. This Is shead of any one man a prtHIUCtloil we nave nearu of this yesr. Hnng umie of It to the fair. Independence was vUlted by quite galeof wind last Monday afternoon, aud It apparently wss endeavoring hard to rain for awhile, but It waa uu- succesnful. Chamberlain's Kys and Hkln Oint ment for tetter, salt-rheum, acaldhead, ecxema, piles aud chronic sote eyea. 25 cents per box For sale by all medio) tie dealers. In the great HgliUwelght prlxe fight between McAullmi and Hilly Myer at ew Orleans list Monday night, it took MoAulllfe Just flfleen rountbt to nock bis opMincnt out. 11. F. Jiurch Jr. has ssstMiated him- II with attorney (l.A. Hinlth, and they will make s sjieclalty of collecting, ss well as . attend promptly to all legul Business placed with them. "Why should the aplrlt of mortal tie proud?" Well, that depends. There every reason In the world for those mortals to be proud who lake their linen to the Independence steam laundry. T)r. E.G. Young, veterinary surgeon and dentist, late of Newberg, has lo-' caicd jiCrmunently lu Indeieudcnce The dtK'tor comes highly recommended His omi Is over tue iuucicnucuo Nntionul bank. A. B. Cherry, with Pitttorson Bros. Is fi rut clans at mending and regulating wsU'hes. If your watch is out of order take It to bun and he will promptly ascertain the trouble and adjust It cheap for cash. To rise In the morning with a bad taste In the mouth and no appetite, Indicates that the stomach needs strengthening. For this purposo, there Is nothing better than an occaalonul dose of Ayer's Pills tukou at bed time. The prospects for a large attendance at Monmouth this ensuing year are very flattering. We learn that the school facilities will be equal to tbe occasion, but J more room Is needed badly. A new building Is indispen sable. We must have It. - We have for sale a number of full blooded Shropshire sheep, which we will sell for ten dollars per head. These are as flue as any sheep In the slate. Anyone wishing to get a start will do well to cull on or address J. O. David son A Bon, Purker, Oregou. 43-4t Hullow and leaden-buod complexions soon give place to the loveliest pink-and white, when the use of Ayer's Barsapa rllla Is persisted In, and cosmetics en tirely abandoned.' Nothing can coun terfeit the losy glow of perfect health, which blouse those who use this med icine. " l it j... Qry for Pjtcher'j Castorla. w'"" T" Qo to Walker Bros, and gel a sack of salt, and when you gst home, a kind physical nistsmpsyohialt will have taken place, and you will have a sack of rice, Two of these metamorphoses have taken place recently, Ask the Walker liroa. and they will explain tits above. K. T Henkltt, whose barber chop Is ou Main street, oppualle the oners oouea, m aiways on iiauti. ss rear uiar at a clock, to attend to vour wants in slisvlugaud halirutllns In first cUm aiyie, air. iiensie is au out Hand at tbe bualnesa, aud thoroughly uuder- aimitM lilt proieamon. A couple of the young gentlemen our town went over to Moumouth to alteud dl vine worship last Hunday even tug, and after escorting their lady mcuils home started lo Indeiiendenoe, but owing to Moumoutb'i rapid growth got lost, aud tbey consequently did tint get home till after the turn of the ulght. The demand lor Chaiiibsrlaln'a Colic, Cholera and lHsrrhos Remedy It steadily growing, from the fact that all who give It a trial are pleased with the rtwtihs aud recomiueiid It lo their neighbors, We ttol sure thstjthe reme dy cannot lie recniiiiueiided too highly. Wagley a Hmcad, druggists, For ssls by all medl cine dealers. There has been a continued tendttnev to taiwel dlnease here thlt season, says ii. w.mnveii, ortiggiat, wicRiim. Ky., --sun au unusual aeuiauu ror v nstu lierlaln't Colic, Cholera and iHarrluva Ihnnetly, I have sold four tttles of It this morning, nm remarkable cures hsve beeu eflveted by It and In sll caaes It haa proven sucieaaifu," Fur aaw by all niwllolns dealers. Last Monday tiluht st New Orleans jck AicAutiiie kuis'ked out Hilly Myers, light weights, In fifteen rounds; ou Tuesday niglit, Dixou louloretl) snrx-seu out MHeiiey iu eight rounds, middle weights, aud on Wednesday ulifht. Jamea Corbet t kuis'ked out John L Hulllvau lu tweutyiue niunda, heavy weights. All tlieas Dgnta were fur the chsmptoushlp of the world. "I would rather trust (list medicine thau any doctor I know of," says Mm llsttle Mason, of Chilton, Carter county, Mo., In speaking of Cham berlain's I Olio, Cholera and l)larrhaa Remedy, Thin medlclns ran always be depended upon, even iu the inmt aeveresnd daugerous cases, tioth fr children and adults. 2ft and 60 cent buttles for sale by all medlclue dealers. Our reporter has had frequent Inquir ies mad of bin) as lo the prospeeta of exhibiting stuck at the Polk county fair. We will say provision will be mstleftirtlte reception of shs'k for ex Dilution; so come on witn what you wlah to place on exhibition and make this, our tint elTort for a county fair, a lira ml success. I'ulK Is not oelilnd any county iu the state in the production nfatock and cereals. Hurrah for our Polk county fair. Cooper A WotH-r wlah It distinctly umlempstd that they drill welts fur one dollar per fl In I iidcpemlence, and do not charge one dollar and a hair per hxit for the gravel, as repreaented aud charged by our competitors. We have not agreed to charge auy more tlisti this, snd positively refuard to advance (lis price, when reouesteil u do so ly them, as a cotiibliistlon. We sliall always msKe your welts st the lowest nojMihie prltv, ami guarantee satutfao- ilou, Miaa A. Macaulay, who recently inr- chnaed her partucre liiUimU In tlielr millinery store, naaiuai returned rnm s month s sojourn in Hau Frauclnco, where she has been carefully nelwtlng her fall and winter sImk. Hhe has brought with her one of tbe largest and lineal snicks of gtXMlt that haa ever Keen brmight to this city, Mlaa Mao- aulay detervee much credit aud a ill eral artronage for the esriiest endeavor she makes to pleane her cuatomers. ritieatwres no exts'iiaeto make Iter bitaltieaa a succeaa, and the ladles al ways know Junt where to go to get the newent and nnt sly Hah hats at prices to suit the times. Ki.t.c towai. vora, tses. I'nJcr the uew apportlooment the slates will lie entitled to electoral votes this year as shown below. The atatcs giving plural it lis for Cleveland In iHNt are printed lu lu inow; thtme giving plurallllcs for Harrison, In Roman. The near i tales are printed In KU AM. CAPITA Ut: Kbrlo. W.lr Mar. AhUHima II Jlnr- tie ot turn, 0,1IS S7,i!10 7.0H0 3,'M S.til VMr ArkniUKU 8 California , 9 Coloruilo 4 lmnretintt 6 Muwnr. , 8 Florida..... 4 (kitrgm 1,1 I ha no , 8 Illinois 24 Indians IA lows Ill KniiHAS...., , 10 Kentucky. 13 LouMann H Maine Miirylttnd H Miiwwt'husetts., 11 Michigan 14 Mlnnemtta 9 9 .Vi'momW.... , 17 Montana 8 Nebrsaka , H Nevada. 8 New Hampshire 4 NeivJmry 10 New York 80 North Dakota , 8 Mnrlh Carolina 11 Ohio 4 21 Oregon 4 PcniiHylvanln 81i Rhode island 4 Hoi'Tii Dakota 4 .Soufi Carolina 9 Tcnwuiwe , 12 7'rjYM 1,1 Vermont , 4 Virflnla Vi WrM Virginia a Wahiiinoton 4 Wiwonsln 12 00,1)29 22!o42 2.34H 81,721 70.MI1 88,0(10 64,700 2:1,262 0.IS2 81.4A7 22,W i),7ft fi5,875 85,701 27,878 1.039 1,870 7,1411 14,373 la, i i 8 a.7ii 79,4W 4,427 62,0Mfi 18,798 140,(108 28,404 1,5)19 83U 2l'i'7i Wyomisii II Total doctoral vote, 441; necessary to choice, 223. The IcglHlaturo of Michigan has passed a law requiring election of 12 of the 14 electors by congressional districts. rOK SAI.B. Hcven aud a half acres of hind in Monmouth, ou Indcn(luce street. Fair house and baru, 230 bearing fruit trees tipples, pars, peaches, plums. This pliice can be bouuht at a bargain. Inquire of M. Nkihols. 42 DIHNOI.UTION NOTICK, Tbe partnership heretofore existing between R. II. Wilcox and L. M. Mat toon, known by the Arm name of II. H. Wilcox & Co., has this day by mutual conaout dlsstilved. K. H. Wlloox us lumes nil debts the firm Is now owing, and all bills due the firm are payable to R, II. Wilcox. it H. Wii-oox. Bept.1, 1892. L.M. Mattoon. Whan Baby was ttok, wt gsrt har Ctatorls. Whan ihewaaa Child, iht orled tor Oaatoria. Whan aha t-aeamt Mlaa, iha olnng to Oaatoria. When tht hsd Ohlldran, aha gart them Castorla rKRaONAL MKKTIOM. W. II, Hswlcy U back from Mt, Neho, fresh aud fltssyr. i Iou Vsnnortwltk- returned from Newport Tuesday, We are glad to chronlols that Mrs, J. M, Htark Is much better. II. K, Wblteaker aud family retursed from (lie bay Monday, John Oreenleaf Whlttler, tbe Quaker post, aiso last weuuesdsy. Mlases 8adle and 1 hi! tie Rutlar are visiting lu Dallas this week. M. rim. ...i ..r t.......,i.,...u i. I.. ..... uii.nitu, .ri a 1-MIIPJ .lltfl.,l H.l and sieaks of locating among us. F, 11. Lewis la now out on the streets and Is Improving nicely from his late Illness, W, M. Hterting came down from Corvallls aud spent a day In our town this week. Mrs. D, U. Taylor cams In from Newport last Tuemtay and ksiks hale and hearty. T. 0, Oravea, of Moumouth, mails a buslnens trip to Portland Monday, re turning Tuesday. Doc Htiilth, of Idiwlsvllle, reports thst all Is "peace aud harmony" In bis section o the woods. David Scars, of McCoy, the Demo cratic, war home of Polk county, was lu towu last Wednesday, Mrs.O.W. Wheeler, of Lebanon, Is vlaitlng at her sou's, W. II. Wheeler's, In this city this week. Alex. Davis Is hack from the beach, much linprovetl In health. The oxoue of the tcsslde did htm much good. Mrs. D. R Taylor aud dsughlrsr- rlved on Tuesday's trnlti from their ouiewlist extended trip to Newport, Mlas Mabel Wells returned from her visit to Mr. aud Mrs. Kit Young, of Portlsud, Isst Wedueedsy. Hhe had a very pleaasnt trip, Jesas T. Wllklns, late of the Mo- Clslleo House In Itoseburg, sieut Huu day In our city, and was the guest of ye editor part of bis stay, Ralnli Hheltev. who hss beeu visit, lug rvlstlvea near McMlnnvllle for three mouths pant, came home yneter- oay, jis nail a itnau pieansui tune. A, H. liocke and lUmlly returned from their sojourn at tbe Yequlua bay but Tutwtlsy. They enjoyed their lay by the sounding sea moat hugely, M. Rosendorf, an Independence old. timer, but now ol Purtlaud, Is making his semi-annual vlalt No one h more friends In these parts than Mike" Rosendorf. The tihyalclans of this city performed a very critical surgical owrallii Untn Hon II. r . Jlurcn tola week. I lie uv tlstit It doing very well st thin writing, and particulars will he given next week, Mr. snd Mrs. J. A. Veness's little bsby eirl la, we are iclatl lo ssy, eoiield- eralily ImpMved from her recent sttack of ctmlera Infantum. Tbe little one haa hail unite a severe stiell, having Iwen sick over a mouin. Rev. Huilth, of Portlsud, preached In the Christian church last tiumlay morning and evening, The Rev. gentleman, though quite young, preached two' excellent sermons to large congregations. W. 0. Cook, the Indefatigable furni ture man of our town, took a flying trip to Portland a few days since to replenish his stock of furniture. Call at once snd get bargains. W, O. means business up to tbe hill. We learn that Mlnses Anna Stockton and Nellie 1 1 111 arrived safe and sound to tlie Htanford Cdlveralty. Their examinations began last Tbtirsdsy. The young ladles are delighted, but the university Is crowded to over flowing. J, L Rogers and wife, of McMlnn vllle, are at Rev. Hunaaker's. Mrs. Rogers is a daughter of Rev. and Mrs, Hunaaker, and has been at the bcdnlde of her sick mother for several weeks. We tre glad to say that Mrs. Hunaaker It Improving nicely. Ilou. J. B. Cooper and wife left on the south -bound train at Halem last Sunday evening, the former for Ban Francisco, to be absent until about the ISth nit.,the latter to Kugene,to make arrangements for tlielr daughters to enter the state university at that place. W. E. Crenncy and family will leave In a few days for New Hampshire, to be absent six or eight mouths. We hope they may have a plenntt ut jour ney, and safe return, and will mtna them much during their protracted stay. Johnny Ford Is Mr. Crewtcy's legal agent during his absence. R, 11. Wilcox Is now collecting up his old accounts. We hoie that this gentleman will make his collections speedily and again ciulmrlt In business In our city. He Is a Mrst-clans buslnens man energetic, lioneat, ami level-headed, and j lint such men as h are necoenary to the upbuilding of any thriving towu. Dr. Towtmend, of Turner, has so-. oepted the call of the Calvary Presby-i terlan church, of Independence. He will be here to bcglu his labors the first of Oetoher. Rev. K, J. Thompson, of Corvallls, and F. It, Owynnc, of Salcru, will All the third and fourth Sunday" of this month, and Rev. J. It. N. ltell will preach next riumlny morning, end will hold sung service In the evening. flood I.nokl. Good looks are more than skin deep, depending on a healthy condition of all the vital organs. If the liver be Inac tive, you Iihac a bllllous look, if the stomach be disordered you have a dys peptic look, aud If your kidneys be af fected you have a pinched look. Secure good health and you will have good looks. Electric bitters Is the great al terative and tonic acts directly on these vital organs. Cures pimples, blotches, bolls and gives a good complexion. Hold at any drugstore, fifty cents per bottle, PERSONAL, I will leave Independence about September 15. and would request all who owe mo io come and settle their accounts either by cash or note as I am compelled to place all uimettled ancounts in the hunds of a collector after Beptemlier 15. Pleaae be gov erond accordingly. E. E. Kbknokl.43 WANTS TO RENT. Tbe undersigned desires to rent a farm of from one to five hundred acres of lund to cultivate on tbe shares. He has teams and all necessary modern mauhlnorv to do iirst-oluas work, He hot JiiHt sold his furiu at Falls City, hence the above proposition. Address, John I. Montgomery, Falls City, Polk comity, Oregon. 41 4t 'Thore Is no room lu the ecu lu rim to cons'crate a f.illure. Time has Its soy the, but no trowel. Talmadye. Children Cry for7 Pitcher's Castorla. Farm roa Rknt. For partloulam can on b. a. ifloe, tnuepenoence. ts Ixerr.-AKninhtftf Pvthtnn nnihlum charm attatihsd to a black silk vest chain, Finder please leave at shire, -"" Itors.-The warehouse lu North In dependence Is prepared to store. weigh, and rblp hops to the bested vantage. M. Merwlu Is In charge, and will give you perfect satisfaction. CiiAtTKK Mkrtinu. Independence matter it a, m , win convene inn evening for work. Mark Master degree All oompanlonlons will please lake notice and be preseiiL 11. R.TitiKiJiKN, High Priest. Rktchnkk. K. C. Pentland Is In the city, aud his many friends will leant with pleasure that he is going to remove hit family back to their old home here at once. Mr. Pentland Is rustler, and he and bis good Isdy think there Is no place like Independence, Tiir Foot Hhiixik. Andy Wilson knows how to move till nirs when he set his bead to It, aud as a result, he is niaaing good Sieed in building a uew stum of the foot bridge aortas, the bayou which lesds to North ludepun deuce. This will tie a sulsitautial structure and one badly needed. Tn a Fair. The grand stand at the fair ground Is now completed, and all bauds are now working on the pavll, Ion. At the last meeting of the board of directors W, W. Williams was elected chief marshal ot the fair, and R. II Wilcox was elected chief marshal aud suierlntiideut of the pavilion. Owu Watkb. An analysis recently made by Dr. Ames, of Albsny, of tbe water of the different cities of the Wil Inmette valley, says that the water at Independence Is the best and purest of any. Quite a feather lu our capand L. C. (llliuore, proprietor of the Iude- penitence water works, should feel flut tered. Caho or Thanks. I. tbe under signed, take tills method of extending lo my friends who no kindly cared for me during my recent llluens, my most sincere tbsnks, and especially to the members of the hook aud ladder com lny am 1 under many obturations for their prompt alien lion to my wauls aud needs. A. A. Davis. A Paistino. W, O. Cook called our attention ytmterday lo a very artlatic painting In hit show wiudow, executed by Mlas llcrth Catron, of Moumouth. The paiutlhg IsaPaiMtell scene, snd Is very delicately touched by the fair arttnt. The frame of white, wltb gold-bromied Hues eroawlng each other at beautiful angles makes the whole a picture of beauty. A Nsw Firm. W. A. Vannortwlck aud C. II. Kodie have formed a co- iiartuershlp to conduct a flmt-cliuw barber bualncaa In the city of Indueii denee. Hatha, halrcuttlng In all styk-s, and shaving, will be made a specialty Everyone knows "Ous" la tbe one who can excel with the sclnsors aud ruor, while Mr. liodle Is oue of the best barbers In the state. It does not mat ter who Is elected president, so long as you get your work done at Vannort wlck A Rodle's. To II k Marhiki). Rev. J. M. Parker, the xipular minister of the M. K Church Koutb ootids place, left.Tues- for Freauo, California, to enter upon a life of matrimonial blbm. Mr. Psrker will lie married to Miss Relic C. Haley, nelce of Judge Haley, of California, next Wednesday. He and his bride will return to Oregon In about three weeks, and will attend the conference to be held at Albany, October 6, 1K02. Many oflVrlngs of good wlahes will follow this happy couple. McMiNNVti.t.a to Nkkti-ita. The Initial step In building a wagon road from Raker creek, lu Yamhill county, to a (Hilnt on or near the Nestucca river, lu Tillamook county was taken yesterday when the McMlnnvllle aud Neetucca Road Co. was Incorporated In the office of the secretary of atate by J. C. Cooper, E. E. (ioucher, aud Wyitt Harris, of McMlnnvllle. The capital stock Is fixed at f 10,000 aud they also retain tbe right to build such other branch and toll roads as may be deemed advisable Slalmnan. Tub Nkw CkI'KCH. We learu that the contemplated new church building of the Congregattonallitts of this city 111 be a fine structure. It will lie erected In the southern part of the town, near the motor Hue, on a lot do nated by Mrs. W. W. Williams. The edifice complete will cost $2,500. At the preliminary organization of the huruh, there were betweeu forty and fifty pcrnons united with the society. The sutwcriptloti paper circulated by Mrs. T. J. Lee and Mrs. D. V. Poling met wltb excellent HUcoena. Rev. 1). V. Poling will be the station pustor This church sturts out under the moet favorable auspices. THE CRADLE. K RKNOEL. Rom to the wife of E, E. Kreuglc, a boy, hist Thursday. Weight 9 lbs. .Rro. Krcngle Is happy as a lark. THE ALTAR. AN8TINE-MORROW. Married at the residence of Mr, and Mrs. David Murtln, In Monmouth, at 8:30 p. m, Wednesday, Heptemtier 7, Miss Wlu nle Morrow to Mr. Frank Anstlne; Elder It. F. Rotincll, oltlcinting. The Wkht Hidk extends hearty con gratulations mid wImIics the happy cou ple many years of unalloyed UIIhs and prosperity. OREEN-WIL80N. Mr. Fred Green and Miss Laura Wilson, both of In dependence, were married last Hun day week at the residence of the oftlolutlng Juatiou of the peace, II. M. Hues. Ry an oversight we fulled to print this last week, but it is not too lute to tender our hearty congratulations, and wish that this couple may move quietly over lire's sea, and enjoy uniillnycd bliss. FOSTER A DDISON.-Married at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Addison, In Yam hill county, September 7, 1802, at 12 o'clock, Mlxs Annie Addison to Mr. George B, Foster, Jtev. J. T. Watson officiating. There wore about forty present, who all Joined In wishing them a lung and happy life. A delicious dinner was served. The following Is a Hat of the presents! Hot of silver knives and forks, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Addison; glows cake plate aud munlard bowl, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Scott; silver spoons, Mile Addi son; pair towels, Miss Lucy Foster; sil ver napkin rings, Charley Addison; gluss water set, W. J. Scott; silver but ter dlrh, Mr. and Mrs. V. Scott; syrup pitcher, Willie Scott; cake basket, Miss Sarah Boott; silver spoonholder, Mr. and Mrs. John Fishbauk; fruit dish, Miss Callle Foster, tb niuua suoou. w as noticed last week, schools com nience Monday Hept 12. The follow log supplies will be needed at tbe be t ginning of the school year by the sev I ernJ unuli. lillmr auiinllm will be ueetled lu some of the grades later In the year, The Directors will furnish all the luk, so uoue used be brought: First Urads: - Mate wltb covered frame, slate pencil aud sponge, lead pencil and psper. (Second Ursde. New National Read er No. 2, tracing book No. 1, drawing book No. 8, slate with covered frame, slate pencil and sjionge, lead pencil and paper, Third Orsde.-New National Third Header, Fish's Arithmetic No. 1, Lsli. gunge tablet No. 8, No, copy book pen and Holder aud practice paper, uauson's ripening Jllank, slate or pen ell and puiier. fourth Uradu.-New National Fourth Reader, Fish's No. 1 Arithmetic, Mun tclth's Elementcry Geography, Man son's Spelling liiunk, No, 2 copy book with practice paper, aud Jtarues's Lan guage Lentous Part I. As both (tarts of this book are used, it wlil be cheaper iu tbe end to get the complete book Also, slate or pencil aud paper. Fifth Grade. New National Fourth Reader, Fish's Arlth. No. 2, Brooks's Mental Arlth., Karnes's Language Lee- sous Part II, Elcmeutary Geography, Complete Speller aud Malison's Spell lug lllank, No. 8 copy book and prac tice paper, slate or pencil and paper. Sixth Grade-New National Fifth Reader, Fish's Arlth, No. 2, Drook's Mental Arlth., Hill's Grammar, Com plete Speller, Comprehensive Geog No, 4 copy book aud M miaou's Spell mg Rlauk. Seventh Grade-New Nalloual Fifth Reader, Fish's Arlth. No. 2, lirooks's Mental Arlth., Hill's Grammar, Com plete Speller, Compreheualve Geog., Malleoli's Spelling Rlanks, No. 6 copy book, and practice paper, pencil aud par. Eighth Grade.-Rarnes's Urief U. a History, Hill's Gram., Finn 'a Arlth. No. 2, aud Rrooks's Mental Arithmetic Additional work will be analgued Ibis grade. Pupils will ansemble at the usual time and lu their usual places by grades. Tbey muat not forget their prumotlou certificates, snd It Is urged that all scholars be present at the open lug of school u n lew detained by sick Uvea. SIX UHtAT STOKES. The six hardware and Implement bounce of R. M. Wade A Co. have bought seveu car-loads of ttoves for their full trade. Their Imleiwtidciiee uouae received tueir car-load lunt week and It Is componed of a full assortment of cooK and heating stoves lu all the latest denlgut and patterns. They now have the bent snsortmetit at reawmahle prices of any houae hi Polk county. This together with the advautage thev have twined lu buviuir iu such larire quantities, certaiuiy places thum lu s poaitlun to sell sUives an cheap as auy house ou the Pacific Coiuit. They buy uothlug but the best of troods and do not html lute to places positive i:uaraii tee on everyining uiey sell. They have also bought a liirire stock of Van Rruut steel frame drills and seeders. wltli many new Improvements, also tbe Rlack Dlamoud steel frame spring tooth aud dandy dlak harrow. All t bene, together with the celebrated Gar den I Ity steel aud Oliver chilled plows, witn a inn tiocs oi repairs, makes a full aud complete hue of first class goods. The independence bouse is uprated by Goodman A Douty al their old aland, wtio are always ready to at teud to the wants uf their many cus tomers lu a courteous nmn tier. Read tlielr ad lu this insue. Ruitklan'a Arnlra Balva. The bent salve lu the world for cuts. wiHin") iwi.itj, Hill-in, nan lurui'i, IUVCTI sores, tetter, chupped hands, chilblains, corns, auu an skiu eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or uo pay required. it is guarauleed lo give perfect sat s- factlon, or money refunded. Price, 25 cents per box. For sale by any drug gist. DISSOM'TION NOTICK. The undersigned do hereby give notice to all to whom It mity concern thaton the loth day of April, 1802, tbe copartnership heretofore existing be tweeu D. R. Taylor aud R. H. Wilcox Is hereby mutually dissolved, All ac couuts payable Immediately. D. R. Taylor. R. H. Wilcox. Iudcpeudeuce, Polk eouuty, Oregon, Sept 5, 1802. UISSULI'TION NOTICE. Notice Is hereby glveu that the oo-partucmhlp heretofore existing between L. C. Gilmore and L. W. McAditm as proprietors of the Inde pendence Marble and Granite Works, is this day dissolved by mutual con sent, L, C. Gilmore retiring and transferring his Interest to L. W McAdtuu, who assumes all nubilities ft lie former firm and to whom all notes aud accouuts are pnvable. L. C Gilmokk. L. W. AlcA dam. Independence, Polk county, Or.. Sep tember 6th, 1802. SKAl.KP HIPS. Notice Is hereby itlveu that the un derHlgued will receive sealed bids for the delivery of one hundred cubic yards of dirt and fifty cubic yards of gravel, tlie contractor may at his option deliver 150 cubic yards of gravel, all ot which is to ce deposited lu the sink on Main street al tlie intersection of Mon mouth street. Rids received until 12 clock m Tuesday. Sept. 1JU802. The city oouncll reserves the right to reject any or sll bids. Ry order of the coun cil, dated August 2(1, 18U2. J. T. FORD, City Recorder. THIS IS THK LAST NOTICK. I, the undersigned would respectfully but positively uotlfy all is'rsons lu debted to me, whose accounts date prior to January, 1S02, to come for ward ana some ut once, or else 1 shu be compelled to place said notes and accounts in the bands of my attorney, Costs will be saved by hecdimr the above notice. All persons knowing themselves ludubtud to me since Jnn uury,1892, will also make settlement as soou as convenient. J. R. Coopkr. Aug. 18, 1892, In pkpkndrnok, Or. 41-4t PFRES Baking Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard SUOWIMO At NEXT TEA CHICAGO Itemalim in doubt, bat there Is noqaostlon alsmt the POKTLAKD IKDU8TBIAL EXI-OSITION,-whlcb open September 21t and clow October 22d, being the beat Exposition ever bold on tbe Paclflc Coast So liir m Oregon is con cerned It wJll be the forerunner of tbe Exposition at Chicago in 1893. The principal attractions are tbe magnificent American Band, of Providence, E. L An art collec tion valued at $350,000, and em bracingiwmeoftbegreatest pictures ever owned in tbe United States. Immense Horticultural and Agri- cultural exhibits, the result of the combined effort- of almost every county in tbe state. A mineral exhibit exceeding all former years. Stock Department showing tremendous progress. ; To ' then t . 4 are added a larger number of exhib its than ever before, including a magnificent electrical display under the combined Tbomjwon-lloustou aud Edison Companies. All man- ufuctures in full operation. Govern- meut models of Battle Ships, wonderful Hall of Mystery. Tbe The wonderful ."Little World." tbe , product of a mechanical genius; all nterspereed by novelties incident to tbe popular special days. Every- thing new aud nothing dead. Greatly reduced rates on all trans portation lines, i BUSINESS LOCALS. There It a bean tiro I Una rf nblMiv,n'. baU at Miss Macaulay's. 4 Call on Miss Macaulnv anrf nrl v. bau before going elsewhere. ; j-i00 u,e Van Brunt stl frame drills at R.M. WadeACo's. : Bhellev A Vanduvn .hnn n. line ot drees trimmings, Do n't fall to see them. . Bhelley A Vanduvn have ton' mnnv ties to make sneend nipntlnn tt all n them. Go and see and be convinced that their prices and styles are correct. There Is now a hi it nh in uh.ii.. A Heokle'g for the new goods of all kinds just arriving. Come running, but do n't fall, for we are trying to sup ply all. , r Ladies, if YOU wlah a. IwnnHftil v. chief, Just drop in at Stockton and Hen kle's and they will show you aline that will make you smile. Gentlemen. If vou wlah a mwi n. wool suit of clothes for ten lntlrn Inaf. call on Stockton A Henkle and tliee will please you. There are laundries and laundries. but when you want your linen done up lu first-class order, scud it to the ludepeudeuoeisteam launrlrv. The suow-whlte fleece oflMary's lamb would be considered the very opposite of whiteness if compared to the linen from the Independence steam laundry. r-end your laundrv to tha Rnlem steam laundry. Mr. Goft; driverof tlie ssaiera stage, will take It for vou. Leave orders at tbe unoer llverv stAhle. them. In the Spring tbe Young man's fanov Lightly turns to thoughts of love," Rut tbe girls will fight shy of those ouths who fail to tuke their linen to the ludepeudence steam laundry. The new stock of shoes, hats. drew. KikhIs, aud furnishing goods, now ar riving at Biot-KtoD & Heugle s, are the best aud cheapest ever brouirht to thin market. Call aud see our roods and get prices and see If our statements are uot correct. If VOU lire at all nartieulnr almnl Hi. looks of your collars, cutis, and shirts. rou will send them to tbe Salem steam laundry, where they will be turned out with a glossy finish that Is elegance Itself. Prices verv low. Leave nrrlnm at the Salem stage barn. There is no place lu Oretron where a better meal Is served than at t he res taurant of Westacott A Irwlu, 271 Com mercial street, Salem. Courteous at tention, a nne meal, and the popular price of 25 cent, have made this house the headquarters of evervoue ho has occasion to dine In Salem. TIME TABLE. Independence and Monmouth Motor Una Lftftvea Independence, A GOOD BAHWAIN. For sale in West Indenendemw. eight blocks from main street on Mou- moutn street, first house on left across bridge going west, four lots, a four room cottage, wltb barn and other out buildings, partly set to young orchard and small fruits. This is a good bar gain if taken soon. Inquire at this of fice. , : OVKOOX'S Lenvea Mouiuoutu, 7:00 7:80 ' 8:10 &.., :) 10.HO , - - 11:15 , 12:80 1:80 fclB S:46 4S 6:iO 5:15 6:16 6; i .