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Solf-rlelnn DuehwhnM Flnn-nnrf I M flnn-,lf-r.-iln.rl Hnny. Twthnm nt nOMTY A. Lflftttr'P.
Gl fcd f;!l Crty LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
THt. WclST CIDE.
of the (Salem Jom , who iiotly re-
in.in 1 1 Middle West, say tlx
AHwuy Atmomir'. sneak In ll. f..ll..u.
lg eniphatki manner: 'I'M pre of the
w H-King qnll freely of the
KruwiitK tltlv of Immigration trutu tt.
..t . ,v ....
mw iu Oregon. Tim lorviuumra of
rniyirfcvvrl bundled thousand
People wr now Mritvtnut on every train.
The hundred of thousand undoubted
ly are 10 uu In the neat iwn v.i
A 0. U. W.lKDPENnvrfl Nooueeon doubt that tha immiUiL.n
AfA.k,lr?9,i?,r,,flf?,,J'.,-," of. !h wmm"'u vaity wilt double
- - , , It ays ibouaauda of families In ii.
VALLEY LOlxlE, NO. si, 1. 0. 0. , l..wa, Mtuueaota, Nebraska,
Nel tu V.iOdmu hailaswrvl Miiwiuirl inrl K'.v...- ...tn ...
. . '--""II- n vk:u teiiov wr Wmlurii nnw..u It. i I...
Celt j FlIi'j Ciiij
F.UDAY, DECEMBER R la.
dialty invited to
Ferguson, N. U.
meet with n. K. E.I
SMI K0MU(urr, thrC
T YON LODGE, NO. 29, A. F. A.I
At n delatta lieUmi t.i of I he
lltenry auuletiee lu ili Kime Univer
sity at Euiifiif, on tin' tiuii( Ion!
iUwuhd, Thai Ui aUuml.ni lu till
(Miutry today demand lt existence
of sueh an nrKMiilstttloii hk ttio A. r. A'."
rrvsltieiit CmnjiU-ll, of the Male JC-r
Utsl, ut Mtiiittuiuih, Hint Hun, if, i ,
hi i hit, uf uruit n,, Iiumi Ihiu
chosvii as two of the Jiidp.
llwWwTittK, the llViiy Ottgun
Uih and the Jtnmn Uutt, also t.veniy
Knnx'e iit-w (neb gruwry knonkea Mr, Ira P, Wetmore a prominent
tlifin nil out wbfD It ixioiit t low twii Ule ngwiit ufHan Aiitfttlu, lxiw,
lrltM. Juiit rttml Mm following lve
Hvny prlct! 310 miuuiI gniiuluird
Miyurll; 6uullonoittloll 75 (nU; 0
buii mi 25 i-tthU; S (xiuiiili nliwiii
'it nmU; t UA wnl pr Hiutid;
iMitlco ffii ouuu r pound; imklng
ptiwdcr, Kuox'k InuI, WHrrautvd to
glvii lulUfucdon or money rufuiitlwl
4') if lit pr hiuiiiI It. (I. Knox, uo
w,r u VY'lIuox, IWIdwIu 4 Co., C
("JO) uowMtra, nil f..r om ywir for f-J tt(l rtnt-t, Iiidntwinitfiiov, Orvgon,
Thm u tmv ll Uh-ii m.ire or ka
mimM with dwught, ibort oro nd
imowrui unrliig from hot wiih.r
U. (Mwt yw. In tonic of u,,, Vm,t
L M.-ttUWaouamuotioisii.r wm IMWV burnt up by th I ... .. . .'
tooth uid lo wki thwiNirtr. W. l Ing, dwtltutiou mid drnomilHtlon. Tlw
j , . i-u i .urraun. .1 , ix ... .1 .. i jt
D- " I IH WIIW WVUIHII IBtf IOIKI HIT
Morawy, , i . .
vi.iivi tuvuim-ivrw imr BUH', IIIU llttve
f TOMER LniMK Vfl ift V .. t wwtr IU1
1 A wy WtdQMdft veiling.
All koutbtt mn oordteily iuiid. U.
B. UMigDM y, V. D. H. Crmvoo. K
CT L. KETCUDM, M. IX
JLJ, ud rideiK, vuror lUilrouU
ud Muoinoolo it., Iodpaduei, Or.
rtB- J' & J0HN80N, lSlDENl
lf wuim, All work wrmntd h
! tb bMt f tattsfunliou. lodpen
THI AUCK A.-It VKlnilv
Owi. W. 8klun-r, Ut th Alli A.
rt nrtmnd mid ttrrlvl lu iv Fridny
evening, after niukhig nlmrt m ut
Oregon City mid Bwleiu, She U a nent
little craft eight feet wide, ttilrty-thrve
OFFICE I ' tweuty-two Inch.-
ot water, uw rmraity uiornliiir
trUI trip wm made up the irtrer with
W. P. ComiowH), E 0. IVntland. of
the Warr StOK, nii.l J. T. Ford, of the
KKlrrjtrke, guwU of tiie (khvuIoii.
Saturday afteriuMin the tittle Umt took
quite a iwrty to Halvin and returned lu
the e veiling.
r'EO. A. 8MITH, ATTORNEY AT
J Law. Will practice in all UU
aud federal court. AbMraeta of title
faraiabed. OIAj over IndeoeoUeiKie
BOS 11 AM A HOLMES, ATTOR
neya at Law. Office In Bnah'i
block, between State and Court, on Coni
ereial atreet, aalen. Or.
8ASU AND DOORS.
A K ITCUELL k BOtlANNON. MAN-
1Y1 nfaoturera of aaab and doura.
Alw, aoroll aawiua. Main atreet, Inde
A 8lm ALOffKH.-Tlie iiuhllahera of
tlila paper have made arranKemeiita tn
iolubwlth an Eastern uiouthly nlry
ller, and uxn rectlpt of $2 for one
year In ndvauro, will mmh) the Vkt
Sinii and the Homo Gwt, a haud
toiuely prluUnl monthly fur UN Yeah.
In addlllou we will (initent twelve
ootnplele novelet tea, iimklng 'Mi Ke
more of rending matter, all for tl
You wait the Wm Hum for 1MI5, and
jyou will enjoy the monthly p.ipcr and
uoveletlea, which are given frtit. Call
aud aettle your nubwrlptkm.
Kkvival MtKi'lNti. L 8 FUher
at the Evaugclival churvb in Mu
mouth, la holding a very aucwiwful
meeting. Tbetueetlug h continued
four weeka and aa muWi longer an Inter-
eat la manireated. There have been
DUE. J.YOUNO,UUofNetberg, '
Veterinary Surireoo and Dentiet ll to the church, and be Up-
feat moved to IodeDemlenoe. and owrned oxt Sunday. Hlble reaaiuga are
- a . .
a offiwarer tha IndetMndeniM Nation- held each afternoon at SSW.
M AKHIAOK LICISNtllS. -U0 lHHm-
ber 8, A. Wolf anki'd legal permla
alunto Uke unto hlmwelf Elva all
aablawlfe, and December 11, Ira (
Powell and MUwLeua Butler, of Mon
mouth, were grauled a llcetiHc, and on
Dcetuber 12, Mr. Allen (an Indian)
wan granted a Ilcenaa to marry Sarah
Klkl, of htaown trioe,
Abt tfrroio. Mlaa Emma Cojuil
etle, licit of Mra. D. J. Whlteaker, baa
0ielied a atudlo on 0 atreet opxlte J
F. O'Donnell'M, realdence and la now
i . . ... i - ...
ir-hiIv to receive onicm. pamuiea oi
I " -
her work can be aveu at her atudlo.
Cheap Hates to the Fair. From
and after Ihbj date, the Mtuamer Alumu
will ell ronnd-trlp ticket to the Port
laud ludiMtriul Kxpltiou, including
oueadmlaaloii. for $2.75 lime limit on
th-kitu January 15. lHlrt. 7-15.
Naw BakekV.-U. 0. Btrong hua
I completed hla brick oven aud la now
ready to deliver bread, at your iiouhc
every muruliiK, cukea, plea, elo.
Iave ordera at Douty iocKe aor
The perwmnel of the propritora of
ti.u li ctHii(leuce tMmtruM! u
H ei -f -
chanacd. F. O. Kertn'n retiring m
Duriuer with J. . Moriu aud John F,
- . . t f i . ..
Ford taking nl pmce- im"'"
hiia not decided yet what he will do,
t..t..rakMMmuhandTfaWriUnf h..t Hiiul.t will And Wli;6 Uricful m
II I 111'
Lamp to be given
away at J. 1'. Irvine's
Cash Grocery on
Near Years day. Call
anl see how yu
an get it
J. P. IRVIJ1E,
oimIi. Juhi think of iliinclulibliig oiler.
riiry-two iMHUca or uur liouie iwrj
nrty-twoorthe OnnuitUen twelve of a
W-paee atory paper, ami twelve com
piete abort aturhn hi Umk form, nil fr
Tim Hiinu il eliiMltin of lilii r. 4
8yon Lodge N. 2i, A. F, Jt A M.,
taken place ut the next atiilcd ooiinnu-
tllcaUott, DeeetuUcr, 84 All nuiii
hem are retUCHied to ntu-ml. Jly tiller
of w. M.-Il. R Pai'I kiiwix.
J. II. (Vtilcntx, wiinliMi of the (x nl
tetillnry at Walla Walla, cmniltted
l)ewiiiUr 8lli. !! bud
defrauded the atuU of Wualiitigton i4
atKiiit 15,0(i0, and would not Iiieu the
charge anal ma hhu. ,
At the city election of lllliebnro, out
of a total of 400 votca nnl Ih1 year,
only m vote wi re 0.11 thla jear,
lr akleiit John M. 11 lone of the Ore-
g ill Agricultural College, waa a aaaeu-
ger on the iiorili-borth train for Mo-
Miuuville, where he goea to aaalatln
condiivilng furuiera' Institute,
K'Vi'ralof the Itelwkah degree Odd
I'Vllowa of thla elty and Monmouth
weiittoCorvallla Friday tn attend the
hiNluMittion of Helnkah offlcemof that
Id v. V. T. Cowdeti, of Tacoina, will
hua uaed Chambcrhdu'a Colic, Cholera
and Dlarrliu Iteinedy In hta fumlly
for keveral yeara aa occoaloii required,
and atwayi with perfect aucccw. lie
aayai "I tlud It ft wrfe;t cure for our
baby when troubled with eollu or dya
entcry, I uuw fuel that my outfit I"
not oompluta without a buttle of thh
Iteinedy at homo or on a trip away
from home. For aale by Alexander-
(JooMir Drug Co, i
"Doctor, d you tnlnk that the
cigarette habit really afiecia the brain?"
Doctor "That la a tUealioti that will
probably never be aiiawered, beoauae a
man of bralua haa never beeu dlauovervd
, UAH U0CKIX
December Term Circuit Court
I'ulk County, Ht4.
A Million Frleuda.
A Irleud In need la a friend Indeed,
and not I cm tlmn one million ieople
have found Juat audi a friend In Dr.
i-ciipy ihtt pulpit of the Chrlatlan Klng'i New Discovery for couaumn-
church at Monmouth uext Huuday lu ttuii, cotigha and colda. If you have
ma ai-euee nn-icr j..biuiio. never uaud tha Great Cinnrh Mmlleloe
The city imiuiicII met Wed need ay I one trial will convince you that It ha
evening aud bo bualuaM waa trana-1 Wonderful curative power In all die-
acted but to vote down tha bicycle or-1 eaaea of throat, cheat Mid lunge. Kacli
lliiamu bottle la guaranteed to do all that la I in appeal atained
Itev. 0. H. Whltniore, of Dundee, I claimed or money la refunded. Trial
will preach lu the Congregational I bottlea free at any drug atore. Large
church Muuday morning and evening, I bottlea 60 uetita and 1
A,()00 to loan on real eatate In email
I.Kf AK.-MKHTHO, l.UU, M, HCaNKTt.f !).
Hie fiilltiwlng nwm an dtpwd of.
(3.itiki!ki,-K(1. Well and K. II, l,yt)ii v,
K. U. llarrti) Mamllton, Job Co, v,
M. ConHri Mmnunl Orr . W. M. J'arKeri
Holiert 0, Mtm.w v. W, H. HtuM.lnt M
Hvarverud v. C. W.Onliurai A. W. Mmtran
and I) H Young. al;R. U Mal'ln yd, W, T.
Hhurtlelti llnmm Ytmuin v, K. T. Miliar
and II, Murrlwini Jinmph Mfor v. i, U
liewlNI V. A. Hllr vn. M.M.aJ.J. Kowlt.f;
('ra io llnxi, v. J, K, Klrkpalrlitk, Judge
went nr pin, with order to will atlanhed pro.
H, HIkx v. t, A, Denipwr, NoiijiuII by
Wiley H, Alice va. Pluebe MoClrew, Jury
irlal; verdliil ft.r pllT,
Dallua City liHiik va. Aline I. t)inpwy
Mou-nult by pllt.
C-Willi Ht liiiVH.W.l.. Well". Noli Jull on
.tu'ion or dull,
jOlmnil llnlin vn. W. I Walla. Non-null tm
notlua of dn,
John Hcba va. W. L, Wolla. Noii-aiilt on
mollun of deA,
i, 1). Hcward va. Irvine Malliewa. Court
to aanoiiN dainaan an delkult.
renton a Tonr va. Jolin and Maal Ouy.
Judaement lor pllt, with order to ai atlaubcd
Wm, Molilaou va, 0. R. Rlcbarda. Molleo
la the place to get all flntclaaa work.
ATM 28 C(ntt.tm
C Straat OppaalU tha Peateffloc- "
J. C. SHOEMAKER, Proprietor.
Suffered teveral Yaan
A Specialty made of Tropical and Domenlle
I took RcmmI'i mrZZi:. WH0LE8ALI AND RETAIL..
atut (ael better Uiaq I har (or u. ,. All ordnni frtni the country, by mail or ateg
mmm van caae 01 eaiarth ana . r- f -
. . . . . i
Hood't Garsaoarllla M Tf"P IJftTri
aad after Uklni four bottlea rf the nedlclaa laalMfcaalajt
aoua oy iua
SALEM STEAM LAUNDRY.
Fenkrn A Tuner va. R. M. MeCatler. Dafaull
aud Judgement, with order to aell attacbttd
ape u entirely well," W. h. lAi.cr. Full
mmu, ttib. Mlurn U ft Mruui'a.
Hood'a Pllla cur llrar lilt, tick ttetAmk.
pwwtti uiui.ea kiuu. II J a VOX. 1
"Wuppoao we im a law aald the
father to hi daughter, "that no girl
ii c.giin-eii yeara wuo can not cook a
and leave yur ordera with J. a THOMPSON
ii u.e rutieru Hliuie. arho will call
Utiuae (ur ilia wuuiuv ami tj.iivr It
Iltera I 110 ulaoa lu Ureffoii where a
The Voleraof tha lown are aeeiulngly I amouota,oneyearorleaa,8eeWlL!.AR falter meal laaerved than at the rea-
imiinereut aa to the cliy (invcrnuieuL U. WRtoMT, Itallna, Oregon.
ear bimy, tut lirlug itlong your
ordera beforo Chrlatmaa either for new
clothing or to get your old om preaacd
and rcimlred. Do not forget the place.
Jeuk'a tailor ahop, C atreet.
A, P, Kirk land, of near HIcktenll,
brought forty aacka of applm to the
cannery Moiuluy. Tltu w men weie
not at work Monday itfiernoon u ao-
count of the luck of apple.
Manly Martin, of Klckreall, brought
to town hutt Huturday ft dnwetl hog
nlne-inontha-old, whltli welched M
MiiimU. Thla la the largeat hog of It
age up to date.
Nun of the iiltvet IhrMinaa innr
ornuiiieiit lo lie Met-n In the Hiitio are
for aa'e at P. V. 1'iitler.ouV confectiou
eryatore, Ot and ace them mid moke
Hee the people go to the tireat Clear-
tauraut of Weatacott A Irvlue, 271 Com
lion. P. VV. Haley came down on the ruerolal atreet, Balem. Meala 28 cU
Modou from hi farm lu Linn comity
0. W. RUt v. K. i. Taylor, Detault and meal ahull get married antil ahe
learne how to do It." Why, then we
would all get married at seventeen
responded the girls In sweet chorus.
It L. Wlllluman i, of Welladale, waa
doing buslueaa lu Iudeandeuce, last
Chaa. Itoblnaou, of thla city, started
to his old home at An Its, Iowa, Wed-
What's the matter with reading the
new "ad" of Stockton A lienkie this
Issue. k ; ,
"Why can man never starve In
the Ureal Iteaert? liecause he eau eat
the saud-whlch la there. But what
brought the sandwiches thercT Why,
Noah scut Ham, and his dmcendants
musterd and bred.M
iiravea Vru. v. A. Byrly. Default and
Judaiunl, with urdnr to at-U attached pn
Him: ley a Vanduyn v. lUu hel Hall. Mettled.
Monusin t UaiiiMty va. Kllsabelh lkiylt al.
Iefuiill and Judgement.
Cox, t'ollon, Teal A Miner vs. Robert
Alien A lewl va, Jubnaon, Judgemant fl.r
J. Piabburn va, A. (i. and Mary L. ((.ilHtrta.
i)r. Price's Cream Baking Powdet
bold Medal Midwinter Pair. Saa Fraacex
5 fi!E8 Ffcitcgnh
H-MHow chilly It is tonight. I
tould bug up to a stove I feel no oold."
we "la that ao? Why, I'm ao warm
Judgement for plff, with ordvr U ii aiutebed that I feel Just like a stove."
For rheumatism I have found no
thing equal to Chamberlalu's Palu
llaiiu. it relieves tlie pain as stmn a
pplled. J. W. Young, West Liberty,
W. Va. The prompt relief It affords la
lU v. L, 8, Fisher will pleach In the Ukme worth nmuy times the cost, 60
M. K church south, next Hunday eve- nla. Its oontltiued use will effect a
nlug. I permanent cure. For sale by Alexan
Fn-sh 'bread every morning at Doutv der-Coor Drug Co,
A Lockea and the i-ltar Univty.
H. II. Moran wetil up b Huver and
Iwck Weduesdny ou the tialn.
C. H. Muttoou, an old reshlentof this
aneo Me at Monuiouih; dry g.aaia, wuuty, Is very sick In this city.
clothing, boot, Hliiies, furuhthluggtMHla,
at coa; at the the Monmouth Mercantile
The semi-weekly iVinfA ()rryw Mon
itor, pulillnhcd at Medford, is the latest
acqtiUliloii to our exchange table. It
Is six-column folio and republican in
The coll ie Y. M.CA. Convention
ot Oregon, met at Hatem last Frltlav,
Huturduy aud Hunday, with delegates
pre-eut from the various colleges of the
George Pierce, who broke his nn
about Ave weeks ago, broke It again
hwt Huturduy very uear the same plaoe.
It was done by fall lug olf a pair of
tivntlemaiia gold peus and holdeia
stctwt at Kramer a.
Mrs. J. A. Veueaa returned Monday
Hierllmr silver hair plus cheap at
If you want good bread, call for
Mia Patle Cooper I very much
Hall's Vegetable .Sicilian Hair lie-
liewer is unquestionably, HibImkI pre
crvatlveof the hair. It Is alo cura
tive nf dandruff, tetter, and all scalp
Ile-"My dear, If I should find my
dinaer cold and raise a row about It,
what would you do?" Bhe "I would
make it hot for you."
Bttcklen'a Arnica Halve.
Indciietidence, December 6, 1804.
The following members of lb council
met pursuant to the call of J. D. Irvlue,
president of the council: Irvlue, mel
Two New York lawyers attempted val. Cook, Klrklaud, Finch aud Btroug
to fleece H. K. Klintim, of Taooma, of I also Recorder Ueed and Marshal lup-
a large sum of money, and In default tier, Mayor Hurley being abscut. Mlu
of 123,000 bull were ootumltted to lull, utes of the previous meeting read and
Mr. J. F. O'Doniiell and Mlaa Eva Utniroved. The street committee made
Robertson arrived lu town fnu Port- tha following report:
The ImsI lalve ui the world for cuta,
nrulMfs, sores, uloeia, salt rheum, fever
urea, tetter, chapec hands, chilblains,
mirna and all akin ni iiilliwia unit iwuil,
. . , is......... I , . .... 1
Met your silver ware oiw.ivivni,,.rr. t,vt,ly mM p1- OJ 0 w miuirtsAt
It la guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion or money refunded. Price 25
cents r box. For aale by ail druggista.
STFVnOfllDUY tit it It
VlknUUIMI Ilia W " f
W All thoae wbe dealre a
knowladKariaWaacniehir and Tib WriUnf
wiMilddo well to Me or eorowonltate with cupullo j nfe us be has proved
TJTTZ' Ji m oorahlc ud gcutlc,
mtui ..udr In a abort tlm and t a reon. oompetltor,
abt rate. Private leaaoa given u ae.r. jam of Uinalllia
county; started home on Wednesday's
train. Ha has been visiting his
mother, Mrs. Harah Oillluni, six miles
southwest of Dallas, who Is v ry low
lth heart trouble. Mrs. Gilliam is an
old pioneer of this state,
v'.ii Thm No. 42. 1. O. O. F. of
this nlace held Its annual eiecuou
Thursday, December o, ana eiecieo me
..ll..wlnir nffleers! J. A. ltolicrts, J . Ki
Dr. Dougl' fsrnoo
A exialtlva cum lol I t
FEMININE t DISEASES.
W Mra. Sarah K Wins,
Tan dava tnwtnierit free.
rot sample ana I"' "T" . .... imi.I A Mlllu
Mra. Harsh E. Wla, Indtpeaaeoc, r. j,M. VBiiuu.y.., ..,-. - , - -
a .T (loodniuii. Per. sec.: v.
uvuuaj a v UHi'Ht rruu I aai i
Holmes, of McCoy,
for zed Itoseiiiiorr
aIBK DFIMNVPOYAL PILLS,
D"ejabratI Jfnal. flKV'at K i.rilit Uilriy-ore porks to town
1 peneciy .',,.... aup. ti,i..,tav. for Zed Roaemlorf for
II irreguianuea, iiiitui- ... . CM11,. j , ....
ra-.. eic.thev never fall tosffords speedy I ,.,tf.h K received 4 cctifs per pound
U esrtain r...e.. If Mr Holmes say. he Is diversifying Ills
EwamLina inn Dtmiuw -
fiivar.frf.xDrleno. All order, .upplled
llrA from our offlo. Pricper psokage 1
r li package tor $5 by mall.
CVCRY PACKAGE GUARANTEED.
Partleulartealed t cent. All oorreapond
mo su-icUr Cenfldentlal.
PARK REMEDY CO., Boaton, Meee.
GENTLEUEN'S - WiTCHES!
From $2 up. at'
J), i. KRIUER'S
Go to the new harness shop of F. E.
Phsfer and see the exceedingly iow
prices be will qoute you on his heavy
and light harness, xou wm wive
money by purchuslng of hlni.
Pnik dbuntv warrants sell at par and
county treasurer Cosper says ho could
have ten thousand floiiars at ms eooi
mand to buy warrants. They draw In
terest at 8 percent.
Th annual election of officers of
Independence Chapter No. 25, will be
beld on Friday. Decern ber 1, 1804. A
full attendance is requested.
Elder D. F. Bonnell, state evangelist
of the Christian cnuren, ..
town on Wednesday's train and went
op to Monmouth.
Miss Cow Demsey passed up on the
train Wednesday for Parker, where
she will make an extended sojourn
Last week Judge Durch issued a
county scholarship to Wm. Collins of
guver to attend the Btate Agrlculturd
mnllniq i'il 'nBJcq 9M
.gn,3iq wiuwiqa esoi jo atuo
joi WJa Jftiwpoo 0 WRh 09 U!"
pu tm p J9A0 Jl9d1'(, m njnl
laud Baturday. Miss Kva will visit
with her sister Mrs, W, H. Craven.
Mrs. N. Dawson, who has been visit
ing relutlvca in Moumouth, went to
McMlnnvllle Huturday as the guest of
ber daughter, Mr. Johnson.
Home of the Normal students at
tended a hall lu Weston lust week and
are now t lug to "makeup'' with the
faculty. Athena. V.
The Kmuikal Kuons showed to toler
able slssed audience lust Friday night.
To the council of the city of Inde
Gtiitleineitf We, your committee on
streets, would submit tlie following
First. That ditch running ou
tiie south side of D street, from Third
street toll. 11. street, be opened aud
all ubstructloua be removed, and also
the ditch on the uorth side of street
from Third street to R. R. street, be
osned and the marshal Instructed
to uotlfy the prowrtv owners along
CL0DFELTER. At 11:46 ou Mon
day, December 10, 1894, David
Clodfelter of this city ,dll of typhoid
fever followed by pueumoula; aged
forty-one yeara, nine months and six
Mr. Clodfelter came to Oregon In
IHH8, and since that time has relde
lu Polk county and most of the time In
Independence. He waa boru lu Mon
roe county, Iowa, on Marco 4,
Mr.ClotlreRer has been 111 about two
months and has suffered very much.
He was an enterprising and good man.
I'lie funeral waa hold fiom the family
residence at one o'clock, Tuesday and
was conducted by Itev. I). V. Poling
itttfore coming to this stale Mr. Clod-
icuer wss ! active memoer or me
Culled Brethren church, but when he
Mlleltell, Ula A HUvr Co. va. J. P.
0'l.uii.ll. lKlulliind JiidguinenU
it. M. Uabtirn A ( o. va. J. K. O tKjnnell,
tiefault and JmlgeniDiit,
Kelley, 1'uuneA Co. v. J. F. O'lSinnel
Jo. Myr v. II. and O. Happlngflcld.
Default and Judgnmitiit,
Dalls i lly Hauk va. lioluiM A Kaykendall,
In band of rolere.
M. A, Me va. Mary E. and (ietirg Mr.
t'auluy. Vordlci (ttrdt ft fur VUX
J. U. va. II. U. liliuk-k. Vsrttlct fur plff.
Klrt NmUuiwI Hunk or ludvpsudeno v.
Huator A Vernon. Noiuiult by plff.
llavld Jotiliwin v. U, U. Hllliglity, Dla.
M. U ltlchwiU va. J. it. Moran. iiellled.
lndfipendn Malltinal Rank va. City of
lutlt'P ndeuoe. Verdict lor plir. (Or Wii.
J, B. Nuiin va. C. W. Wtwliborn. VardHi
DK-AMTKST 3. II. II, HEWITT, JUDOS.
t)STtsi'li.-L, Ht-nUry. K. Hay tor, l.'liiu,
A. 1'oat, N. M. Urt.nl, II. i). V Ulliiiail, J. V,
li'lxniuellj l'orlle Cmw v. M, T. Crow,
it. 11. Lucas, Hellled .sat term.
11. C. Hurling v. Kran k Klals. Meth U.
Ilkiinner, a sdmlnUlralor of li. 0, HUirlmg
ilweaM-d.aulutUiulfd for pllT,, and caua eun.
The InvssUira Mortgage Security Co.
Unilled va, J. llaain et al, Hal confirmed.
John Kill va. J. if. Fra et al. Hal eon-
E. V, Dickey et al vs. Walter Ult ky t al
Deere of partition.
Invealum Mortgage Security (Jo.Ld, va. M
Clara ('. fJswaon va. Chaa, K. iMiwaou,
K. It. Culler v. J. B. Uaala. DtamuiMtd,
K.J. Wlnaklll va. U 1). Daniel, and Rivers A
Co. Ltofaull sod doer.
Ira K. M. UuUer v. T. O. tluMimaon el al.
iHtllaa ( Uy lluuk va. K. and Berth tiilman.
A. tl. 1'sliuerv. Thoiuaa Tntom. Default
T. J. te A 0. t). UuUer va. E. P. Btilmi.
Default aud dwree.
H, It. rUrwm va, K. J. and A. N Mslleck.
J. M. Hear v. Henry and Rachel Kappen
Default and door.
L. II. lAiiibemnn v. M. F.and F. U
Dr. Price' Cream Baking Powder
World's Pair Highest Award.
-wny no you publish ao many
records of crime,'' asked a gentleman
jf the lute Horace Greely. "Because
Uiey are the slu news of the paper,"
was tlie reply.
The U. S. Gov't Reports
thow Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
mm SOPHIA GOFP
who haa lately returned
from San Francisco, is pre
parwltoglve her patrons
the iM'ucfifc of a new sywteiu
Call at ber homo ou the
Corner of Railroad and C
Highest market price paid
for fut stock, beef, mutton, veal,
pork, etc. All bills must be settled
OPEN SUNDAYS FROM 8 to 9
It la said they put up a fairly good Mhl si reels to open the ditches, and the Lu here, waa Indcntlfled with
eou-rwiiiiiieiii. I marshal to make openings acrtsw eacn I (Jongregatlonal church
Oik), w. Batty and T, C. Dell, of street and alley. Mr. Clodfelter leavesa large numlwr
Portland, were iu the city Huturday, Hicond.--That there be one elootrlc f vlutivi-a to mourn his death; among
lu the Interest or the Oregou voloiila j light put up at the Intersection or I uiro I yviiom are his wife, Mrs. M. Clodfel
HoiiHoelcly. and h streets. ter, aud fo'ir cblldreu-two boya aud
Elder J. N. Hmltli, of Monmouth, Thlrd.-Thal all electric light poles twoglrllt. imaged father aud mother,
tts.k Monday's train for Portland, and f'r the stringing of wire be uot lw vVm. Clodfelter and wife; two broth-
from there will g to Taeorua for a than twelve feet Higher man lue prcs-1 jj, 0. Clodfelter aud F. M. Clodfel
short stuy. . eut poles. ter aud a sister, Mrs. Eli Johusou, of
C. 0. Ixe, of Albany, brother of Dr,
T. J. Lec. of this city,
nl. It. t ut rtaail.'M if I hut
I'l'invv te vij J aw I .... . .
uitilorlty. . run all night at tiie present price. . I m-lijw and nieces in this city and In
, ... r n i. i nat a new suiewaiK oe put ,.- tvj.,
.'..I...... I Til. ; an n I l ..n.u.i I I IfUO 4Hlt,
v"""",' - "'".rj".' dowu on Monmouth street al the corner
r Astoria, uim at uaKiauo,ui i lurnia, if Egh(h trwjt ,,0Ilg t,a pr.,ajrty
ut Du......y, v w,o ,r m hn0WIJ M th0 Krtttlk Bur()b ()ltw(!i aDd
y- to Join on the seutb side of the couuly
liCW utSHi wiu eauie up on too trnui I bridge).
HuUmlny from the Hound country . He Klxlh. That an ordinance be passed
Is thinking of renting a hop yard uext prohibiting the use of bicycles ou tlie
ycur. sidewalks of the city of Independence,
That was a rathor stiff wind that aa It is dungerous to the people walk-
struck these parts last Friday evening; lug aloug on the walks.
Fourth.-Tha. the expense or iiguir tlil city, and two sisters In Iowa. Mrs.
. I in., iiiuf. lv I, nmiuwa iwitniv rn'r ciil j i. 11..111 1......1 aiu rt..n...
Was elected I l.Turau iiuuiiiK"o-n n vnnm-
..... .. ..win.. lu. ttuU.tfl I . . . .. .
city by HJ m"" """vv vi rlue Jolinsou also quite a number 01
Great Clearance Bale at the ,trw)t cmmiuee be instructed to confer and the reiueliw were Interred at the
,11, Mercantile Co's. store com- wHl , ,,.,. of lntJ j;;ieetr Lghl Smith burying ground jiear Lewlsvlllc.
especially the Wcbfooters thought ao.
The Hulciu and Albany football
elevens will try conclusions on the
gililiion ut Halein next Saturday.
Ituv. D. V. Poling ciiinc down from
Albany Tuesduy to hold services over
the ruinuliis of Duvld Clmlfelter.
U hut Great
indices DeceinU'r 18,
Kx-AUoruey General Geo. K. Cliiim-
im -rlaln, of Poriltiml, whs In the city
Tuesduy 011 business.
The Greut Clearance Side coin niences
December 18, ut the Monmouth Mer
cantile Co's. store.
A. E. Kellog and wife, ot Medford,
are vWtlng Mr. aud Mrs. John Bohau
lion, In this city.
Attorney W, E. Yates, of Corvallls,
came down to this city on busluess
Forest Finch returned from Nestucca
this wtek to spend holidays with his
Quite a large numtx3r of our citizens
attendetl the funeral of David Clod
F. DeLesHcps, the builder of the Suex
canal, dhxi lust Friday, December 7th.
The Weekly Oregonim and the Wkst
Sidk one yenr for only 12.60.
G 0. Graves, of Monmouth, took
Monday's traiu for Portland.
J. 0. Gassoway, of North Indepen
dence, has beeu quite III,
Several hop buyers were noticed in
the city last Saturday,
Geo. Brunk, of near Eola, was In
town Inst Tuesday.
A nice line of gent's scarf plus at
ji. price's Cream Baking Powder
H. 0. Finch,
Moved that sections five and six of I
report be sdopted, ai d that the balance
of the report be lulu over until next
meeting: carried. Moved that the
LEWI&-O11 Saturday, December 8,
IHW.DuvId Lewis, of Lewlsvills, died
at the age of about eighty-two yours.
Mr. Lewis waa born about the your
1412 aud crossed the plains lu W, and
settled at the place where Lewlsvlllc
now stands, which town was named In
ills honor. As waa cus omary among
the pioneers, the home of "Uoule"
David was a great rendezvous for
travellers, aud he hud the uame of be-
ug the nioiit hisipltable of pioneers.
Heleiives a large number of relatives
In and about Lewlavllle to mourn his
lesmise, aud his friends In this county
uid state are very numerous. Mr.
hewls' funeral waa held ou Mouduy,
Hoard Hcbuol ljuid liminlaalnnra v.
Wllllum et al. Bale con Armed.
O. W. Ikiyle v. A. J. Lovelady et al. IM-
fsult and deore.
Jeaa Ituy v. Win. and Mary Klgga, Do. I
ore. -. i
Nellie l'niKn va, laiuui I'mpqua. Decree
Louia Orion va. Jacob Orlou, Taken under
A. K- Townwiid va. Minnie E, Holmsn etni
Leave granted to stld new party plff and
Henry and Msry J. Blsek va Hemic Horn.
man et al, Viewer appointed.
It. W. William. D. B, Taylor. Ira F M Butler
v II Chriall and H Hlrachberg, on trial.
Htt va H M 1111. Not a true bill,
Htat va J A Vint. Oce year In the penlteu.
HUite vat'Hmlth. Not true bill.
Htat vs Cleil Hsydon. Fined fjo.
Btate v Wm tlttydun. Fined MO.
Hist v Fred Brown anil Uo Allen. Not
Htms va V. Illla Jordan.
N M McDsnlel, Aaanit. Bale confirmed
and partial Din. S per cent ordered,
J It Crowley Aaaint. Report continued
Willi Jordan wa aenteneed to alx montna
In the penlteivtiry....Tlie Taylor.lt Inch'
berg cane wna refurrod to Judge Hewitt who
inak hla dvclalon ou December 23rd,
;ta Ssliveiy ia all parts of the City.
DR. JORDAN & COS
GKEAT MDSEDM OP IHATOMT
lOot Market St., San Franciaco
(Iktwwo Alb and 7th Sta.)
00 and learn Sow wondenullr re
.are node aad how to avoid aii-itnni
jntl diaww. Muwum enlarraii llh
utniiMuitia now onjma. aiaus.
aion ft) eta.
Private Wfflre-Same Ilnlldlnrr
10.11 jUHraet Ktreet-lUrua ol men:
atrirture, Iom of nuuihoal, duwaaea of Ui akin
and ludnitya quickly cured without the uae ot m. r
enry. Trealunol perwually or by letter. 6end
Bit S 3!t
G. L. HAWKINS,
I'be Independence Mnrlile Works, etttlnmlpi
n all cemetery work, I- lrl--liun workman,
imp, InUMt deitlgna, nnd loweat prunes.
For Sale !
A Herald of the Infant Tear.
All pet sons wanting good Fill MA
PLE and ASH wood, all cut and split,
can pure I mxe it, on die river bank here
rorsi.uua tier, or delivered in jnue
pendence lot, tl.25; Tulnmge for 81.35
and Monmouth for $1.50 a tier. These
re Cash prices. Leave orders wltb
Kstee & Elklus. or
Coinpuny aud fiinkH dlflcreut terms
wltb them iu regard to lighting the
the Finance Committee reported
thut they hud examined treasurer's and
recorder's quarterly reports for the term
ending September CO, 1804, and found
The following bills were recommen
ded paid by the Finance Committee,
and Includes those paid without euch
Electric Light Co., for Nov.. . .$77 26
A. J. Tupper, for Nov 68 2ft
L. C. Gllmore, for Nov.. . ......
Estes A Elklns, huuliug. ......
G. W. Shlou, pulntlng ,
C. H. Btauts, haullug.....
Wilcox, Baldwin, A Co.,
Clodfelter Bros, stationery.....
T. Fcnncll, work. ......
Wkht Siub Pub. Co., ........ .
Douty & Locke
J.D. Irvine, rent for room.,,..,
11. L Shelley, Judge of elec,...
S B. Jrylue, " " " ....
T.Scudder, " " " ....
Luke porrlH, clerk of elec. . .
W. H. Kelley,
G. W. Claggctt,
M. P. Baldwin,
R. A. Fuller,
G. W. Ileed, fees for Nov.. . ,
Total 1259 St
On motion council adjourned.
SBELTON. At the home of Mrs. E
Bedwell In Monmouth, on Wednes
day, December 12, 1884, "Grandma"
Hlieltoti of that city, died, at the age
of eighty-six years.
The funeral tukes place in Mou
mouth today (Friday) aud the remains
Interred ut the cemetery south of that
Clip the Itvttt thirty year or more from the
la! ouiitnry, nnd the aegirient will repreaent
the term of tlie unbounded popularity of
HoMtetter'a BLmnach Bitter. The opening ol
the year MIS will be algnallied by the ap
pearance of a fretih Almanac of the Bitter, lu
which the uae, derivation and authm of thla
world-notions medicine will be lucidly at
forth, Kverybody ahould read It The
calendar and RHtmnonilcnl calculation to be
found In tbla brochure are alwiiya untonlnli
lugly accurute, and the HtalletttM, llluatrn
tloiiN, humor and other reading mutter rich
in Intcreat and full of profit. The Hoatetler
t.'ompauy.of Pllbtburg, 1'a , publUh It them,
selves, They employ moio than alxty hivudK
lu the meclmnliMtl work, and more tlmii
eleven months in lb year are oonaumed lu
It prepnrnllon. It can bo obtained, without
mutt, of all druRKisls and country dunlem. and
I printed lu English, Uerinsn, French.
Welali, Norwegian, Swedish, Holland, Autograph Albums.
ijvriijt(iinit nuu Kixraiiiau
So me thinsr J for
Money to loan on improved farm
property, Willabd G. Wright,
KRAMER. To the wife of L. P.
Kramer, a girl, on December 6, 1SG4.
rETHEUOW. On Thursday morn
ing Dweiiiber 18, 1804, to Mr. and
Mrs. Culuy Tothcrow, an eight pound
Wecks-"Well. how are things ovei
In Boston? Have they named any
uew pie 'Aristotle yet?"
Wentman "No, But I heard a
man there aak for a Pluto soup." Ex
Plush Odor Suts.
Beautiful CutT and Collar Qoxes,
liitipliHUts, HorscH, Dogs, Gouts,
Cuts, .Tumpiug Kangaroo's. ,
will re- Self Propelling Srreot cuts.
HALLKC'K LANKTilEE, On Sun
, day, December 0, 181)1, at the resl
deuce of the bride's parents, Mr, and
Mrs. thus. Lusklree, Miss Llllle
Lanktree and Mr. Tuylor Hulleck
were united iu muriluge; Rev. L. S.
Mr. Hulleck aud Miss Llllle Luuktree
,.ave long been residents of this city
iud are well known as most exemplary
oung people. It Is the wish of their
iiuny friends that their married life
rmy uot have any of the storms which
dharuutcrtzed the day ou , which they
Any one who has children
Jolce with L. B. Mulford, of Plain field,
N. J. His little bov. live vetrs of aire.
was sick with croup,. For two days noon ami uwucr wagous.
and niglits he tried various remedies While W6 ha V these
recomniendeij by friends and neigh-1
bors. ' He says: "I thought sure I at lowest prices WP alSO
would lose him. I had seen Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy advertised and
thought 1 would try It as a last hope and
am happy to say that after two doser
he slept until morning. I gave it to
him uextilay aud a cure was of feted.
keep this remedy tn the house now
and as soon as any of my children
show slgdsof croup I give It to them
and that Is the last of it." 60 ceut
bottlea' for sale by Alexander-Cooper
keep a line line ol
Ladies'and Gents' shoes.
CIECTE.C Tf lEFEtv
floMorrripltt, do rrt,no rovtii'y,
to(Hty,Vlllmtorttiunir,v. l.ntt '
tmme, uliop, more Ritd oillce. C-i mi.i inl rt.i
ietioe and bout nailer oannrth.
Aviila niHkp iVom SO to ft&O poi di
On in ft reniilenoo mwant h1 tonli il
nstithbnrt, line Inatrumsnt. no toy, wh
anywhere, tij dimUnc. Complete, rendy It '
um when thlpped. Can be put op by tiny ru;
new put of order, no rtTMirlna 11J-
W. P. HirrlMfl a Ce Clerk 10, Coiumbu,, 0
D. H. CRAVEN'S
Elf JW08, Pre?.
Horses Fed by the Day,
Week or Month.
Best of Attention Given Stock
Left in Charge.
Wl anil l
K. THOMPSON, Prop.
1'aiuenKers and Ugbt freight oarrled on
t'urcbane ui4 and delivered for a amal
Leave order at hotel or portofflce aad btac
eUl call for paaaenger at Uir reaidenoe In
Htae leave Indopendeno everj moraine
vSuudsy excepted) at lfc30 a. m., and Haiem at
Will consult their best in
terests by purchasing their
SASH AND DOORS
of the reliable manufacturer,
M. T. CROW
Independence, Or., succes
sor to i'ergusou a Van Meer;
ttagar pine and oedar doora.
all izo8, on nand.
P. H. MoCABE. S. MUHLMAN.
P. I. EK1K HO.,
Independence Tile Factcry
Prices to Suit the
OFFICE AND FACTORY
J. R. COOPER
Of Independence, havinc a steam
ungiue, a brick machine and several
teres of finest clay, is now prepared
to keep on hand a fine quality ol
Brick, which will be sold at reason
. : and
AT 6:00 A. M.
For Freight and Passage apply en