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INDEPENDENCE POLK COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY. FED. 23, 194
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FISH, OYSTERS 4 GAME.
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HARDWARE 4 ALMPTS.
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M. Wad A Co., Main and Monmouth HU,
;i I'liinmTllotul.'J. M.HIark.'l'rop.
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i ICE FACTORY.
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JUSTICE OF PEACE.
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WATCHES, CLOCKS A JEWELRY.
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Hullilor, Sulphur fprlnati, Tex,
thus i'aki of Ajrw'a PUIii 'w
Ajart rtlla am Ilia boat niodldna I
rr irlwlj and, In my Judgment, no
batter ineral remrdy rouUI I devlned
I hara lined tti.'iu la wt family ami
wiMwumended tliem U taf (rlenda atul
employea for mora than twenty rear,
- To my certain kimwli-ilua, many ?a a
of Ilia following potnplalbta hava ben
: by Ihe i ef Ayara PIIU alonpt Thlnl
day rli 1 1 In, dumb fttftie, blllooa fever,
alrk headache, rhetiinatfam, flu, Jv
pela, fonaflpatlon, and bard rolO. I
know that a mtxlerala naa nt Ayer'i
Pills, ennllnued for a few days or weeka,
a 1 ha nam re of Ilia roinplalut reitilrril,
would be found an almilula eura fur ilia
dlaordnra I bar named alMiva.'
"t bare been aelllcf madli'lna for
eight jaart, and I ran aafely ay that
Ayar'i IMIlt give Iwtter aatUfarllon
tlian any other Flit I aver aotd.'W. J.
Parry, Bpoitaylvanla 0. 11., Va.
fppara by Dr. J.C Ayer A Co , U.l, Wnat.
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WHOOP LAI WHOOP LA!
A Grand Rally of Folk C -unty's
An KuMiiikliMtkt M(ftl(f m4 Sum HUr
On litat Tmwlny rvenlng the mpubll
ottua of IiitliNrii(iviit, organlil Aclub,
jowmbllim hi lb WblU'itkfr brink.
J, K. Cuiir ealktl I lie intwtlng to or-
Ir-r, ami J, A. Veiicaa wai iiiwnliitoualy
ulfolril nlilt'iit pro Urni, and K. V,
Centlnnd ainwlury, The rail waa tbvn
fruit, aa fullowa: IbilwvliiK lu th
lrinrlilor ttiv rt')ublliia lwrty, mid
mtKii!x!nK (lie rnpbl growll) utt d
wlojmit'iit tif our wutitry dtirliiK tim
wt thirty ji'MH, nml rvatlug u oiler m
Unit tovb!lloit Unit that growth tut
iriHarlty hv Utu wrouglit put un
ib-roneof Uik mraiiml vlrtura f llw
rttiilliiiu nj , wbli'li jirtKliilnia pro
uH tioii for our luiMirtng t'laaatu, we aub-
acrlU our imnu a licrcln, ftir the ur-
(Nwai of niXiiiilxltiK 'uhlicnii club,
autijivt to am li rub mill rc,(iiltloiia a
IIIH.V UHlltlllfl." 'I'blt wiw ftiliowtxi
by (be alKiiHlunn of III! nuiiiia.
A iHiuiilltM wua tlu'ii aKiliiU?d oil
H'riiiuiivnt orgniiUutlnii, dilialallog of
W. 11. Jlttlj-, II. II 1'altvraou, and
IVlrr fiaik. "
A roiiiiultttH) of twofniiu vtu'h ward
waa tbni n j(iiliilfl toaullclt iiit'iiiU-r-bip.
lat ward, J. H, Cooiwr and li. II
I'atU'rwui; imt wnrd, l'ibr Cook and
IbilaiKlo Sliollcy; 3d ward, Andy Wil
ton aud K. tlrlnun.
A allrrlux mnwh hwii waa niado by
V. I', t'oniiawny, on the polllloal alt-
ualton, followed by F. C Hunt, K. C.
IVnlluiiif, J. A. VvnvtM, I, Maltmoti, J.
S, t'tir, ami Juilgw Hurlry,
The flub tbou aiJugriwd to tuwt
next Tumlny, at the iijiiii ilao.
Judifd Hurler to tb loinliata
On I nat Tuity fVHiiliig Hon. A. M.
Hurley, our in ynr, who l an advocate
tif frw cluiiK of tllvvr made a atlrrliiK
aildrt'Mt to Hie tiii'iuU'N of the lb-pub
lican dub, llrltdly, bore In what be
'I ant a Ib'mblitati, ami while 1
have not at all time and In all rtwjxnU
from 1M73 U'cn in wr(wl accord and
harmony with thut party, tiever-lhe-imm
It ii'pnMwhc lnlliiiitily tu'ariT tint
ruu irlni'li!ii of Koverutuuiit tlian
my i ilnr pnrty that 1 ooulilVuru to at
ilip prtwut time. 1 do not, nor liavv
(,luw IH73 fully anvd with the
iviublli'iii party iihhi llnaniti (Ue
,lona, I bt'liovo lu tho (tea v limgo of
ihti Anicrlcitn prodiiiit lu allwr. Wo
night ak tliu ((OUKlloii, lioiti wliat
(mrty are we moat liiihla to got tho full
a'lit'llu of fm-HailniiHc? The donnK-rnt-
io parly Imit liiMrKiriittiil into ttilr
iiiuiforui during tho hut prcaidt'iillnl
o iiuuiigii a plunk for the free oolnajfr
if allvor but tlnvy have all gone ' wu'U
iu tlulr plmlp.w to the ieodo.
I'liu inillaia while they ant advo
uthiK fice-i'iil mi( und hi othcrwaya
i innrt.' Ilhenil Hiippl.y of the vlroulutlng
iiivihuui of tho country, or at the mint
limit Milvoculliig ahaululo freo (ratio,
two iirtiHillloiia ao comiiltitoly au-
LiKoniallo to ouch other that tlioy can
nut iimlbly eiauJ Uignthor. Frto
trmle ineona that our manufactured
jikhIk, and mitiiy of our furiii prixlucla
ii'u to be mnmiuuituri'd abrond and
ihlivd to ua from Kui'iie or elw
!ii'h', la It nui plulu thut every time
4 million dollum w rlli of their itmida
m litmlcil upon our aoll that It tukea out
4 mihloii (I il I urn lu the clrt'UlntliiK
ini'illiini of tlilt ooiiutry and that U
i lie very tivai port of tlili olroulullng
hut thut would paaa vurroul among
iiiiiluiiH of tho vurlii, our gold and
Tho iloiiitH'niU any wo are divided
among ouroolvva, tluit tlivre aro two
wlnga In tho rcpulilimiu party, a gold
.vIiik nml a all vor whig. Whllo we admit
Ida, la It not trim that llmra aro two
wlngM in tho di'inowitlui puity, a gold
whig und iiHllvnr wing, and tip iii the
inriir iiit'Ht lou thoy lint till wlnga and
iiiilhing olae, Mo mini onu bo atmidule
ly niiiUmI with anvtliliig, and why
nhotild thoro be un exccplloti In
)ollMT'l and iiulioinil ulliilra, True
ri'publloiiua vim lliul u home In iione
of the other purlins now In exlatatice,
I'hulr prlnolpk'H lire antiigoiilHlIu to the
heat lutert'Mta of the government.
Tho owii In Brief.
The Good Hope mine, near Perria,
C'al., i to Bturt np at onoe,
Harvard college will (wtublish a new
Katronomioal at ul inn in Arizona.
Governor Ilngliim of Arizona offera a
Mwanl of Hi5,0U0 for the renegade Kid,
dead or alive.
The lumhor output in the Pacific
Nortliwetit daring the past yeur boa da
erfawd 700.000.000 faali, ,
Wktat la at low petal in Eaatarn
Haary laowatorma art rajwrtad la
Tliantambara of tha Color ado lagiala
tnrs nroraMNi a vbalt to the Mtdwintar
Th London Ormonde club atlll kwpa
the 115,000 offer for the Corbrtt-Jackaoo
UhtaMio. : ,
Tha court of Irujulry Into tha Joat of
the Kf .marge la to be held at Brooklyn
The Bnrllngton (la.) Fire and Tornalo
Inanroaoa ouiapany, doing a buatneai ot
la.ouo.ooo a year, naa aaatgnwl
A itrlka ot over 8,000 illk riblmn
weareni of New York ha been ordered.
They wuiuhiin of aUrvatieu waga.
. Joha Y. McKane, the Long laland
political boat, luu baao oonrkted at
Mew York of violating the election law
' A judge at Helena bat dadded that
nndar the law of 180B no conviction of
an eaibeultng aaalgtiee of an inaolveut
dewor can be bad lu Montana.
A paaaeiiger-rate war between conti
nental line la Immanent. Omaha
broker are now aelling tic acta to Man
Franclaco for leaa than the tariff rate.
Tha bouae river and harlior couuutt
tee hat decided to reoommmid (70,000
for the Improvement of the Sacramento
river and (W.OOO for the ban Jowinta
Tha Woman 't Suffrage oonvantlon
mat at 'Waabinglon laat week. Klir.a
beth Ca.ly B!nton read a .paper etilo
giting the lata Laland Stanford and
Uerw W. illUda,
It U now report dtl that Peter Jai kmm
and Jim Corla-tt will tight in June on
an laland near Detroit, Mich. The pome
will ba (14.000 and (1,000 to each fur
Developiuenra in the fight which
teemed to bo immanent between the
ftuita F and tha ramthern Pacific will
lie watched fur with internet. A reduc
tion of rule la threatened.
Oeorga P. Rnaael. who la wanted in
Liim county, Or., for forgery, and who
waa arretted at finahnnll, 1U., where be
hat prominent and wealthy relative,
will be returned to Oregon for trial.
The report of the Hoot ben Pacific for
the yew ending Dec 81 thowt grot
earning of (4H,W.54H, a derreaae of
(1l."J,IHHi net (17.478,804, decreaae (210,
6M; auqilut (1 ,W3,SO7,d!reae,(017,M t.
Tbe cMtof Miaa Pollard againtt Con
greaaimui Breckinridge for breach of
roiuiiie it now on trial at Lexington,
ir, XuiuertiiM witnemet twore that
Mia Pollard waa rather faat in bar
The gold output for IMS In the United
Btatet reached tha almott unprece
dented atuonnt of (.17.000,000, an In
create over twi of (4,0uo-,0ii0. In Colo-
rinlii the output ha lacreaaml frtuo
(3,000,000 in mi to (5,000,000 In 1HH3,
while the gain iu other gold-producing
lectlont are unuaually large.
Autluiritlea at Waahington have been
In communication with Admiral (Stan
ton at to the nrmaihtlity of Having the
hull Af the Kearwargo. It it nmleratood
that Httnton and the officer of the
Keartarge nave einreaaed the opinion
tlwt there ia little or no chance of ever
floating the Keartarge again.
The achnoiier Aleiander of San Fran-
ciacc waa ctndemneil and forfeitetl to
the government in the district court of
ttitkaon Feb, Son a charge of hunting
and killing the tea otter in Aluekiin
watera, between the itlaud and over
btukt or aoundingt, mure tlutn three
nilli A, from ahoru. An apiwnl will be
s-()overnor Fotter't .- amignee at
Cleveland, O., hat matte public a state
ment tliowing that the liabilitiiw of
Fouler & Vx were (IvOMl and the
aaaeta The real value of the
aHM-ta It (.'W.niO.M. Charlet Fottor'a
Habilitlet are placed at (108,778 and hie
J, and F. Dnbnqueof Chicopee, Matt.,
d"cenilaiit of a Fnmchnian who tettlod
in Iowa lu 1788. where the cltr of Du-bnqu.-
!ow ttandt, have engaged law
yer to look up their intermit in hit
eatate, which, they claim, it worth
(IH.ooO.OOO. It ia aatcrted tliat ha left
no will. There are no relative who
would thare in the eatate.
The country through which the San
Diego, Yuma und Phmuix Railroad com
pany will run ia taid to be not only rich
but beautllui. f or vo inuot the graue
of the line will in no cat eioeed IjO foet
to the mile, , The ancient canal tyatein
of Mew river, over 8,000 mile in length,
i cue of the wonder of that magnifi
ctMit region, iu which there ia not a
President Eliot of Harvard, in hi an
nual report, touches upon the sub
ject of athletic. He propoaea three
radical change, a follow! Firat, no
freHhiiian will 1 allowed to participate
in any intercollegiate event; second,
nobody will be allowed to compete more
than one year in any line or intercol la
riat athletloar third, intercolleiriatu
content shall take place but once in two
Hnnford B. Griffith, who waa ar
rested on a charge in connection with
the Ride of lot in Auiadce, Laaaeu
county, has returned to Han Jose, hav-
ing been fully eionerated. The charge
grew out of a disagreement among tne
original owner of the laud, for one of
whom Griffith acted as agent and held
power of attorney. It waa shown that
every cent due had been promptly paid
over, . '
The authorities of Whatcom county,
Wash., have been notified thut a man
named Joseph Dobinan of, Wiekersham
baa gone oraay and fled from hi home
scantily clad. He i armed with A rifle
and ha brric.adod himself on a little
island in the Nooktack river near Acme,
a atation on the Hoattle, Lake bhore and
Eastern railroad. ' The lettler dare not
go near bim and have applied to the of
ficers to capture hira. It is reported that
he took to the wood olothed only in hi
trousers and shoes. A far a known,
he has had no food and may be dead
from hunger and exposure,
Highest of all in Leavening Tower. Utest U. S. Gov't Report
Admiral IVnimm' cmirao in Urar.il
ha been iv: v i.; i )tA'cl by tha bouae
cmiiuilttfi' tm naval ahnira liy the pata
age if a tv u.uuu expieaaing ploaauro
and atiafaction at the admiral's enor
geticand prt'inpt 'tiuii.
AM the olive tiuraorie in Pomonti
bava been working nigbt and day fur
aoina time filling order for olive tree.
About 80IVM trct-a have already gone
from Potnnua and 100,000 more will be
hipped before tha aeaaon ctoae.
Kann Puimllnta proptate ia tbe own
ing political cnm)Hi.ign to organise A
tbeatrical cuiupany of young people of
the reqnitite talent aa an adjunct to the
i Uta campaign and mnul ineta over the
elate, (Whig pi ay a depicting tlie woe
and Ult which afilict the working claatc.
A wonderfully rich gtdd find ba been
made in tb Colorado dexert, 80 miloa
from Ban Bernardino ami 80 mile from
ludio, Old miner think thi diacovery
1 where the Indians nnl to find the
gtdd they showed to the people in Call
enUk . .
A young man at Pari, aotuated by
motive of revenge, threw a Unub into
the cafe ot the Terininua hotel. Tbe
deadly uiKwilu buidtKl on a table and ex
ploded. Fifteen peraona were injured,
one fatally. The bomb thrower was
A deputy United Hutea marahal from
Portland levied an attachment uiamthe
Haiunieraly mine in Joaephlua county,
Dr., to Hatixfy a judgment In favor of
tha government for (111,000 agHinut the
Hautmortly, fatlx-r and aont, for cut
ting timber on government laud in
Eaetorn Oregon everal year ago.
The statement pnbliehed that a guard
had to lie placed over tbe guns of the
men at Whipple Bu-rack, A T., to pre
vent them from taking nummary ven- -
geanoe upon one Hiitioe, woo shot a
soldier, i emphatically denied tiy Colo-1
nel de Ruaay, in oommand. He ay no
step by enlUted men looking to the re- s
aentment or the act or bullee was at any
Buffalo Bill alaiiped Fred May, tha
well-known man about town, in Cham
berlain hotel at Vr'aahingtoo. The
cauae of the episode i taid to be a
grudge which baa exlated for year.
Some year ago a young lady jilted
May and transferred her affti'tions to
the faim ma wont. May owed Cody a
gmdge on thi account, and when the
men wot May attwked Buffalo Bill and
got the worst of it.
An elopment from Stockton ha cre
ated an unuKttal attuation in aocial
circle in that city. Emma Lacy, at
well-known and lAjptilaj young lady,
ran away with Alvin II. Hnvgood, a
drug clerk. After the yonng couple
had disappeared it came out that, un
known to thenuMtlve, they are brother
and stater, and had been separated since
childhood. No trace of the yonng
people ha been found.
Tbe city of Healdaburg, C'al., ha Bled
a complaint against ueorge v. Mulli
gan and hi bondninen, Jnmca A. Mead,
C. Mnller, Frank Koenlg, Iarael Cook
and Kultert Cook. Mulligan, it will be
remembered, waa city treasurer, and
wa found one morning chained to a
tree in the Healdahurg cemetery, where
he claimed he had Uatn taken by two
men who hd forced bim to open the
treasury vault aud give them the money
in it. The city want judgment for
8,54l.40, with intcrcat thereon.
The legialiiture hna been in session a
month at a roAt to t he state of over (50,-
000 and not a Hingle law ha been
enacted. Kcprcacntntives are indignant
at the iefiiKtil of Auditor Uooilvkount
to iaaue wairikut for their talarioa nntil
the bill I pawed dtteigunting from what
fund the money i to bo taken. A'he
auditor hnw hi refnaul on the ground
that thero ia no money In the treasury
not previously appropriated. Hi com
munication explaining his position wa
on motion of Representative Sweeney
returned and will not appear in the
records of the house. .
Roliert Ful ford, husband of Annie
Pixley, who died in London last Oiito
l)tr, has arrived nt New York. Fulfurd
wa aocomiiimied by hi sister, Mr.
William Fratier, and by Annie Joyce,
the late Miss Pixley's maid, who is said
to have administered certaiu powder to
hor, thus being inatrumental in causing
her death, iu order that Fulford might
obtain possession of her estate, valued
at from 100,000 to (400,000. There
main of Fulford' wife were brought
over in an urn, she having been cre
mated, and they will be deposited near
her child in Canada. There w likely to
bo a contest between the immediate
relative of Annie Pixley and her hus
band over the poaaoBNion of her estate. ,
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tlatlppl Cengrm- HwU Xobbarttt Sae
Fraarlxo ati4 Hit Nlatar bat Wat
K 1114 MlmMlt
Mm, Modjetka'a farm in Orange
county it offered for tale.
Work on Humboldt bar will b re
lumed on the 1st of April
. Eastern .orders At Fresno for raisins
re numerous and 183 carloads bar been
ordered at once. '
H. M. LaRue of Davurill ba
hipped 43 head of inuk to Hew Or
leans a an experiment.
In British Columbia memlier of the
Salvation Army are permitted to per
form marriage cemnoniua.
There are rumor at Ban Bernardino
of a rich And in placer gold in theC'ajon
pa, and a number ot prospector de
parted recently for the scene of the ex
citement A gentleman ia tha Kurn mountains
la making a handsome fortune out of
Angora goat. From 1,800 female gouts
laat seaaon hi flock of ' kida inoreaaed
A gang of Chlneee orange pickors wa
driven out of Fullertim, Orange county,
the citizen Mug determined that the
white should have the work. The Chi
ne left on the first train.
The citizen of San Tedro hav pre
pared a protest to oongree airainst C. P.
Huntington ' attempt to divert appro
priation to Santa Monica, claiming that
the motive is purely selfiah and per
sonal. Charles Goldsmith, Fred Rtnart and
Roduhaver and Fitzimmonat Auburn,
Placer -oonuty, have been held in (l.frK)
bail each to answer the charge of steal
ing the type of The New at Sacra
mento. Jndge Banna at Ashland, Or., di
muwed the suit of the -cane of Jackson
comity against George E. Bloomer, a
defaulting county treasurer, and In
bondsmen, owing to want of gufllewnt
cause for action.
Dr. Eugene F. West was convicted at
Sau Francisco of murder in the second
degree for causing the death of Addle
Gilmonr of Colusa, Cal., by a criminal
operation. Misa Gilmour' body was -duvtec
ted and thrown into the bay.
A recent derision at San Bernardino
declaring a Sunday-clewing ordinance
unconstitutional has .caused the bettur
clan of people in that city to sign and
circulate a petition asking for (he pass
age of a (weeping Sunday-clotting ordi
nance that will not be open to Uie ob
joction of special b-gislntion. It is pro
posed to close everything but drug
store and livery Rtalilea.
Mayor Carlson of San TMego has re
moved from office the entire board of
public work and has called a special
session of t he council to patw on the new
board which the mayor will present to
the council. The trouble is all about a
street the board is grading through Rose
canyon, several miles north of the city,
work on which the mayor ordered dis
continued, but no attention was paid to
State Insurance Commissioner J. N.
E. Wilson hn not settled with the state
for the June fee of hi office, amount
ing to between (5,000 and (3,000, and
which were on deposit in the defunct
Pacific Knit? at San Francisco, Tha
atate controller gave hira a certain num
ber of days in which to settle. The time
ha elapsed and the controller ha writ
ten Attorney General Hart to bring auit
for the recovery of the money, t Action
will be commenced at Sacramento.
The Triiusmiasisaippi congress haa
concluded it work at San Francisco,
Henry B. Whitmore of St Louis was
chosen president and St. Louis was se
lected as the place of the next meeting.
Resolutions favoring the improvement
of the navigable river of the Coast
state were adopted. : The ISioaragua
canal occupied considerable attention.
The admission of Utah. Arizona and
New Mexico to statehood was favored
by the congress.
Johnny Adams of Yager, Wash., 12
years old, wna on his way home from
school with his sister when a storm
arose aud the wind uprooted a big fir
tree by t he roadside close by the girl.
The Ixty, who waa a short distance
abend, saw that the tree was likely to
fall upon his sister, and running back
quickly caught her and pushed her out
of the way, but wa himself , caught by
the falling trunk and so badly crushed
that he died a few hour afterward.
HONORS WORLD'S FAIR."