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About Washington independent. (Hillsboro, Washington County, Or.) 1874-18?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 26, 1875)
Wk arc not reMtibte for the victor
of our cow'stpondent. The columns
of the Independent are opeujothe pro
pie of thin county for the discus Ion of
all ouetfion concerning our loeel .i -
trrrl. MtLe your article thort j'.
tfemen and to the point, and we prom-
ise you all a hearing,
At the Baptist church, Itev. Mr. Chandler i,
preache on the second rmd fourth Sunday
ill each month, tit forest Criore. .
, Pre. Marsh will preach every Sunday ! 1 lols' button ami KotJb, l.ev. Mr.
pveuin' at the Conregut'oaal fhnrch At Ellis and others niaJe sboi t and tell
Forest Giove; at Hills'ooio . . 3d Sabbath 1 , , . .
in each month ut 11 a. y.;r . Dilley the iih ! Pcche8. NThe music was excellent
iSabbath in each rno.nb ' a. M.,at (Jrecn- as usual and the whole exercises
ville the 2d at 11 A. M. , , ,
'Sabbath i l
Licy - .
it. in.; C
win Tirfiit'ii on nit? isi
:Ij at Forest Grove. 11
- in.; 2nd Sabbath in
Academy, 11 a. m.;
; .: UTruto in the eve
each liionth at Foc t
; ( iieenville. 1 1-2 p. in.;
i month at HIIsloro, 1 1
. ' i-s p. in.; v,oriieui7s.
ni the evv
V)- k throve on cat. a:
Ik? rove iae "Ju Sub. ia each mouth
TOST OFFICE HOURS.
On S.m.L.vH the office w'.U le kei)t ontii
from !) t rl.M-fc to li a. m. close otn;'
U'.... !. y.L- . v. .. i-
No letters mailed after that time
A. Y.Doyce, P. M.
Road S"pei vsors.
The following in a list6f the road
Supervisors appointed for this conn-
ty at the last term of tho county
D. C Hutcb
A. J. Daniels
J. I), liowtll
1. A. Carpenter
Alex J.-icli. sou ...........
F. M. H;!l
John K'chai dsoit
11. T. Flint
A. IV kins
J. . A. You.i't
Tno. VTownv. . . .
A.H. C:i -oa
J. J. rL ':::u
AgusiLis C';.: j)eiii( r
t"ut!s l.f 7y
.' o!m ftipon
I" ,le)licn Khiulc
M. E. Dilley
Cicero II i nvi-
Gcoi ;' li'iifn
H. ( i:;:-.c.::;
is:i:.c C " s-i;i ii
Ceo. S. :uplt'll
.i . j- . t' i
The cr.se of Stewsa t, a (ilencoe
blacksautb, against Mrs. MtrKay,
was tiied beloie 3fr. Brashear, J. r. , '
and was decided for the defendant.
S. H. Elliot i conducted the defense
and "got away" with his opponent.
A largo pait of the wheat on the
North Plain is kil'ed. Mr. James
Imbrie, vht gave us these items .in
forms us that his wheat (which was
winter wheat) consis' ing of 2C0 acres
is killed, and that Bobert Imbiie al
so has 200 acres that is dead; John
Cornelius, Jacob Hoover and oiher
large grain raisers have lost theirs
likewise. Mr.Imbrie will soon start
to Linn County to purchase sp.ing
wheat for seed for himself and others
in hb Ticiui';.
get the wber.t u
per bushel, I:
can buy it in t
not a very L.-
I'c ; vs that he can
. . i sefor'JOcts.
c',?ojei than he
, (otin'. v. This is
!e showing for
"Washington couu-y is it?
The Grangers tried to buy the old
Dobbins, flouring mill on Dairy creek
with the design of running it in the ,
interest of the Ovelcr but the price
asked did not suit them.
Mr. Imbrio is anxious to know
whether the county road from his
neighborhood to Cornelius will be
opened. He thinks tht the reason
that the road is not opened is be
cause Hillsboro is hostile toward it.
Revival. For more than a week
religious services have been held
iwfce a day at Cornelius by Rev. J.
W. Miller. Seventeen persons have
united with the Methodist church.
Tne interest still continues. To the
credit of the boys they have been
quite orderly at these meetings. The
chiistian people of Cornelius rejoice
at this visitation of the grace of Cod.
The sacrament of baptism ili be ad
ministered there next Sundty, there
fore Mr. Miller elesires to recall his
appointment in Hillsboro for next
Skb&oth. Mr. Lebo will till the ap
pointmeutat Centrrvi'lu at 2 12
o'clock r . mv
Mr. Stoughton sold Ins span of
mules to John E. Gleason of Forest
Grove for $100. 1
Jerome Porter bought A. Simpson's
bouse and lot in Forest Grove lately
! for $1,000. Mr. Simpson it is said
j One borse o! A. T. Smithts fne
span died with the stcmacb staggers
Tuesday night aud the other horse
is sick with the same disease and it
is thought will not live.
Mr. Dunbar,lecturerfor tho Good
Temlars,spoke at theGrove Tuesday.
: , ' 1
J. J5. Matthews c'oscd his stock
t;f goods out lait week, at fair pri
ces. Bud colds is the general comilaint
t in the Grove.
Several gates are out of repair and
i some are actually broken dowa
i ing to moonlight nights aud
1,.,,,-vN.nr mifnn thorn .!-pn.itPs
, j " -o
Last Sauda; at the Con3-.-ogation-
al chinch Hew Mr. Ellis preached a
beautiiul sermon a id the Grove e -
j I,le nucl students are just delighted.
f 550 have already been subscribed
' py the church and citizens of the
, riv.vo f nav T?pv Afr T!li' Krt.ii v
' and the Society in the Ei:i p. vs
him 400 uoie. It is thought that
more vet can be raised.
A young man name I Fonts who
lives in the neighborhood of ttie
Grove ansa ted the Chiu.i.nan who
wr.h-nou.se in that place
JiiiL wctk and knocked the nnoffend-
ing Celestial down. It seeoi that the
! Chinaman Lad been jostled byFouts
' on the sliced a week previous to the
assault Mui wnicii is samio oa iiie i
e;i'so ui Iiie nitr.el; by the la! ' o.'.Tiie
Cliiiiiiriiiin coiiclnded to h.ive Fonts
iiiirsted but was ii'htciied out of it
bv lie . ' ellir': ;ili:i tint a sft
would cost him
Ciilzms of tho '
town told hii: that it ouM co: t
t;u uuiy for a l.i'.vyer" I't o :-.ft
th-it 'i.'.v vo;i!il ;y h-i!t o" I'.-.t
;:. V.o.it-i t;vo !.,. MUC.
L'iiiiiiiUiaii jVi.Vn that La could
get jiiMice and has toucludcd to
the mater iest
This Chinaman is.1
a peaceful, industrious aud honest". . t
!', . i i i l ii bat a- t-j paiiy h
"1 i (k'liizen, and w hope that the . , .
.32:., ' , ... ... 4l . , aie u uable to com
Grove people.will see to it uat he w
has the protection of the Jaw. We
honor tho 1 tads and tho heart:; of
the gentlemen who oTered to help
defray a part e t!i3 expanses o Ihe
I ' 1'. -i vlxcly .; , to A. Y. Boy'
O A '
Ua. "W. H. Saylou started on a
to eif Buget Sound the lirst of this
week aud w'll be gone about te.i
'i.ys. When he retains he willc6n
' e his medical practice as heieto
i't ir. Th's will be good news to his
many pairons and friends in Wnsh
i on county. The Doclor has met
wit'i a great misforiuno, but he has
opect of a long and usei'ul
lit'c oeo. e him, and ro. L' is his best
)OVC of our Ilillsboro girls have
been accused of reading dime nov
els. "Wo met a Hillsbo"o boy em the
sl eet the oMier day wi'ih a cigar in
h's mouth nnd a dinio novel in bis
Jmul. B it of course he is auexcep-
Ei ls'o.'o oy a a g.ne-al
no; re I e isa. onal liteia-
tu.c, nor like c jars not at all.
Aur.-j Tozier tiled to mount a
rain-" cavtse in Hillsboro Mondav
and bis boots dangled in the air for
ii few seconds when he came elown
feeling up for the ground. He got
up a iraelder and muddier boy. We
evere looking on enjoying tbe scen
ery. DnuNO the exercises in tbe M. E.
Churob Sunday evening a smart
youth pretending to be asleep snored
loudly on one of the benchcs,disturb
ing the eongregatiou. A little black
snake oil would havo been a good
remedy for that snoring.
M.-.. S.i'.'ii, nconsumptivo patient
in this place.last Thursday vomited
up a worm(J.v .1 L nnoricolf'f )that
measuied thirteen inches in length.
T.i.: Sheriff will commence lieling
for the coll?etion of delinquent iaxes
i bvnoot. Fund debtor, sec the
1 County Treasurer notice-
Gaston, Feb. 22, 1875. !
Er. Independent: Supposing you
would be pleased to hear from oar
vicinity I take the liberty " of pen
ning you these few items:
V'ithin the past few months oar j for a lumber room, A falling piece
town bos improved to a considers- of timber mashed the nail off of afin
ble extent. Among otber improve- I ger for Emerson Quick a son of Mr.
ments is a new store erected by Mr.
Hyde of Forest Grove, where be dis
poses of all the necessaries that are
required by the people in tbe vieini
ty. - , .
Since the late "freeze up" the
Grangers rive examined their fall
wheat and many of them repot t that
it is not injured as much as was at
Tho line weather that bus shone
down upon us for the past week ht
brought the g:ar:;ei3 out of their
"rendevous" aud now the tu low
man can be feen ou everv side tr e-
tl-m0f wliile to ne who aro more eu
I liLI III" I I I f; in " 1 M. L a. 11 m-i Ul M U . W V
ergeuc than tlieir broiber grangers
ai e even sowing spring giain.
i i .f-i
two car loads of cord
wood at this station awaiting ship-;
Hie wool "biz." is a flour-:
ishing business in this part of Col-
iTmliw' Dlovp. vr we mi'ht sav al-!
uiost "leal tender." !
i .1 A ii.. r? !
wur term oi scuooi ai uie "uswu i
school house cm'
the lClbe of
der..on, the tea
! flirr ninl iIpspitps tbfi credit she
has hr-noiably wott
Woa,esoi.vlo leurn that our
blacksmith coniemplates leaving us
Khorllv as we would be somewhat
suonM , as we woma ue bomeuuai
i .1.. :r f l.mAr
iV .- 4 a
v..M1. ...... vsilimblA a-iwrin
. v . e ' led bv the readiu" peo- I
, h u Gastoa aud at every issue ev- j
' ..... r.i vr..,l i ttr t!.o Tv- !
i''' :ll'tv coM-'istil'i r of II.
K. ?.Ia'' ...-.land Td . John
ton Uiale an excursion in the uioim-
, . , . , . . ,. ..i .... i i
.'.'is not tar from t!ii place
the:r e'lo' v-e c;oned by killing
ix i";ie elk. Tiie ho-ns wtic bioi'ght
in iliv o.
; ; i V
ig riieoij:ged by tiu;
j c;i::'. ol .iessis. jtiuiusou aim rnj-
nlinrtrui vlionhleied the-T "UUS aild .
? , , , A, , , , tM...!
made nasre ior uie iuim ui mviw, ,
ommunicfe the j
Sv't. 11 AM CASH.
Papon's Valley llsnw.
Game abundant in the fooi VJls
head of cat le this winter.:' .
Irs. Williamson is lying veiy low
The whe.it in Patton's valley is not
so b ully killed but that it will make
Mr. Baker of Patton's valley in
forms us that Samuel Davis of Yam
hill Co., and brother of Joseph Da
vis ef Wapato Lake Lake, isly.'ug at
the point of death.
Notice. All ye taxpayers tf Wusliiir;
ton County, Oregon, who liave not
;. 'u their taxts for 1S71, eoine ye to the
Coi'.t House ami Kttti1. Said tuxes havk
to BS paid au l that smii, T 't ink lue tt
wait any longer, neither let nie have to cS
on you for them nml thereby incur costs. But
gather up your loose coin, your County
o . Vren bn" nnd and fteeount.s
!;;:. i. t me, nnd eonie to the center, and
I'A us settle the mntter. Wt will all feel
In-tter. The time is up, and I huvu to leyin j
to worry you. CHAH. T. TOZiEU, f
Sheriff and Tax Colletor of
4 jn:t2 Washington Count v, Oregon. !
T - Cii'oc ei'cs of all kinds cv i e Loah !
thtai at A. Y. IiyeV
A. Tj. Jouxsox, at the Grove, has
sold part of his machinery to Mr. D.
O. Quick of this county. So much
for attvertising in the Independent.
Now, Mr. Johnson has a mill with
all the necessary machinery for car
rying on a -,ood business for sale, as
may be seen by advertisement. Who
Ox Monday evening last the revi
val meetings at Cornelius gave place
to the temperance meeting, which
was aderessed by G. W. T., Dunbar.
His .vle and manner diSera from j
many t'V.veng temperauce lecturers.
He is eliniiied, refined and flowery.
All aro pleased and edided who hear
Mn. L. AVillian.s has erected anew
f,vt..u o. oil b'n nvpiiiisps
4t-jjVi uuvs ... . .
in this place.
led on last Tuesday, j iug "rustJc" and will now be able to , uy tne wo aiy ooa lempiar, wno
February. Mrs. An- supply the people with all kinds of ; noi lining sucu an aavenuemeui oe-
It ii 1 t 1...M IT . . ! ttn: ' r lv f' ilionnr-irrn if 1 1 1 1'. t K
her, is; a competent j areaeu lumuer lor uuuuurj inujtus- j o- v ' -i
Quick s Mill Items.
Several accidents occurred at D.
O. Quick's saw mill last week, some
of them quite severe. Mr. Quick
with several bands w as engaged in
putting up an attachment to bis mill
Quick. Mr. Gardiner the head
sawyer in the mill cut bis thumb
badly while filing the saw. Our
townsman, Mr. Moore, who was up
ihere acting as chief carpenter, while
lifting the end of a heavy piece of
of timber got bis thumb and fore
finger of the right band fearfully
mangled by the timber falling on it.
Mr. D. O. Quick while hauling, sit
ting on the wagon driving.a pole flew
up and hit him a stout blow on the
leg which disabled him for the time
And Emerson Ou'ck
n Qu ck was
bis foot bi:ng
""""" ' '
lbiii-rr liv o it.nla oiwl lua THAT Itl'rifT
! in tbe stamp mid had not a Uer-
man ciiiht the ani-mule just in the
nick of time the consequences might
have been fatal, lhis clones the
chapter of accidents,
Mr. Quick has already cut of fir
timber 125,000 feet, and of cedar
mbcr, -'o.uuu reel.
Mr. Orick has bousrbt of A. L
Johnson at Forest Grove a plan
inc m.ii1iinA for matcbinT and mak-
! Two German bachelors intend to
engage iu tbe poultry business and :
I will erect suitable buildings within a !
halt wile of the mill. Mr. Moore ;
t i . 1 . . '
will fro un mere ns noon as no w .
able to construct a frame dwelling
; for them. j
In the timber in the vicinity of the
mill, and in the woods all rlong the
ed.res of the valley, the snow-ice le
s';ll Iving on and the ground frozen j
Yv"e are Indelte,d to Mr. Moore "for !
th;s information. "NVo are always
j)le ;ed to haveour friends give Ui
If yoll XV.lllt yol ('ll'TS to A. V
!"..;. -t s ut I he l'o; 'r ''.
Dillev has one sulawalk.
3Hr. IcDonald has pruned his or-
. . ... ... . - !
The Direy Lvceum will to-i'ght
d-scass the quesi'on, -, , That
runn b'r.: nn undying spi;It. Clef
d;,;putauts, J. L. Chamberlain af
thining and F. Wiley denying,
Li . S. W. C.i; t;a e)f this place
out his household effects, team
i . imnlenifMi'.s. V eilnesdiLV. at null-
'ct'on. He stilt : to Salem to
wheie be intends to engage with
ev. Jir. Dickiu&on of that city in
seed raisins aiel boviicultuie. fr.
Ca.ter and wife have lived iu Hills- j
bovo tor some j'C.s anel have been
active Iceles in every nove for the
moial ami re'iglous advancement of:
our people. The good wishes of all
a". 'end them iu their new home.
WiLLT.vr.D Hovtr.oos. "We see by
Weelueselay's Oreyo. ic.i that W. A.
Holbrook died at Poilland Tuesday
of this week. This young man was a
student at Pacinc Uuiveislty eluiing
veai'3 of 18G5-G and 18GC-7 and was
a young man of moie than avcar,e
nte'Icctrnl poweis. W.;U?e had his
fauli, but with Ihem he had many
noble epailtie that made h'tn ti'cnds
whe ever he went.
"WtATUER ItEt-oBT Itcporteel for
1 A. IT". II. U X
( 20 2S
I. in 7 ... oi 3
" 23 .
Ma. Dily of this placa is moving i
his wood-house on the east side of :
nis eiweiurg and aims to make a
kitchen of it, which will add very
much to the appeavanco of bis piop-
Bex Corn .,ii-s is plowing up his
large field of fall wheat near the
Grove, it hiving been w!nter-killeel
and will sow it in sprirg wheat.
Nf.lsos Wiuxmc who lives near
Cornelius raised 20 s of carrots
on one acre of ground the past year.
Born, last week, to Mrs. Nestor
near Co.nelius, a son.
Tuos. H. Toxucf. has made an ad-
dilion to his st .ble.
Tiikek rf'rsoiis nr;fil wU 4l. AT .
E. Church at the Grove last Simdny.
Drift northward, cloud; drift swiftly on;
Deepen anu drift in the dotty gloam. 1
I, too, would mith thy flight be gone'
North li the land that I call. Home.
Float northward, bird with ombre wing;
Float o'er the barren plain,
Float where the silver water in j.
That I may never hear ogaiu.
Shine down. Oh Northern tur to-night.
On that dear home far away.
They will think my touch in in the lilit
Of tiy tender, lisjei'ng ray.
Oh cloud, Oh bird, Oh HtarHLt'n gleam,
I eny ye as ye ronm.
The Month may be fa'r as a dream.
Rut noith lien the land I cull Home
- : r
CoiiNELits, Feb. 21, 1873.
Eu. Independent; While J. It.'
Spencer p.opi retoi of tho "banner
store, in this place, was attending
- tj10 (..a 'eiiv meeting in progress
i,e e cond.'cled by Kev. J. W. Mil-
I 1 i i t t-
e e conu.'ceu oy i.ev
Jer one ni-ht last weeW some
' 'GoodTipnlers"procured a deniiiohu
(having pieviorsly emptied it we
BP m0ae) nnd i-enaMn to the lln'r
. ' . -ir , . '
b'..' s, in front of Mr. Spencer u stove,
they attached it to one end of l,o .
cord, (used in laming tbe flng,) am.
. ,.v. i
. iutetnpeiance, in the banner's slcad,
. ; and somehow, securely fastened it.
It was discovered the next
Pion, and fu-fcly partwulnnw fo ;
The boys of Coiuehiw have o,ga,.- !
rd a Base Ball club. Lloody nose m :
v . . . . A
1 1 u I tswft rxkdl flinrA ru
iiisiuci'.ieii miners, una huatueu
thumbs a' e now m order.
Two accessions to the Methodist 1
church (by letter) tne ,ou of the re- .
uits oi i.er d. u . iucrs ti.orts
ome-ius aunug ne -art weeu.
A prominent A) ember of ;he (
B- I', was heard to rctnark ihk long
since that ho could "beV "King
Solomon" or any other man who,.
sbii'dered t i a O. der. "So'omon"
wiu i'all a martyr t Ins journalistic
elai'ng ve t.
A grand "hop" is to id.e place the
V-1 of this mo'ith at the St. Joseph
hotel, under the biipei vision of its
gentlemanly propiletor, 31. J)aia.
The G ianger's iii ths vic'nitv re
; rt A. Y. 15yc? Iiuh IU beiit ui nil LiiuIm
f Mt lk-iiu'K 4-h';i for ntsh.
K . . e:i, Feb. 2:5, lh7.".
K.. l-ji'iii :--Since a vev
desirable charge has taken place in
tbe weather, bus'nesi has recovereel
somewhat. James McKay's saw
mill which was compelled to remain
idle, a month dniing the lata freeze
UP. is RSM"J wnuin5 fall blast. It
will probably cut 150,000 feet of
lumber tho piescnt season of wet
Mr. Jas. Flippin, our ('outity As-
i scssor. infoi ins us that he intonds to
commence the work of assessing this
part of the county next Monday.
Some of the most prominent mem
bers of Leave; Jon Gsunge, gave a
grand Cotillion party at the'r new
hall on the 22d which eclip jeel any
thing o! iho kind that has ever oc
cui:ed be c. The youth nud beautv
oflhesu ouneb'ng counLy far and
near as well representee! ami took
part in Che fe I'ties oJho occasion.
The Si- er wan pronounced by all
to be excellent. After enjoying
themselves in social pastime the oe
casion being ivlivencel by the
strains of eshiieraiiog music a por
tion of Sho e in nUendaiice re'urned
to the'r homes in good season, while
I oIliPiK leiin'npd nml lm
houw w;tu flving feet unt;, a mucb
Ulerhom, 57 numbeis were sold at
$2.00 c. eh. The net receipt-; will
be used in elefrajin-j Iho expenses
of bu;ld?ig the hull.
To Working Men. .
Tn Indpnuxt i otciird i.f a le
ls,-i.icf utft.i t nd if the woiii.ty men'
fric.ul, tKmed to lcu,n'rt ft, cnLen
ne., oi!li,yt reted cwl corp,'(fe
riJ,' vl'CA 6)f.iV, ttnd op4ro rd lo
t''.' trie :' it.p fie iyht f
the 'op'. S.'bfcribe for it.
I For the very bent Photograph; go
to liraill y Ac Bulofon'te (ialk-ry with nu
( ELEVAT01i,2l)l Iout-omcry Strtt Sun
Sul)Ncin tor tbo IiU'i:M.Nr.
t i a i i m 'i
! Will 1JU " li . Jt HIM" leiU'llB I't
SAN FBANUlbCU IflA JT
WmuT $1 60 a$i 6ljfPS!!Pnu.
Flocb Extra, f 5 5 37 V 14.
Oat $1 45(1 K & 100 fjj $mA
Potatoes $1 W&X J?0f, (,4?, cJjJ u
PORTLAND MAIlltirr: vcr. -fir
Wheat f 1 35f?;t 40 lOORJBrij.aiHYf
Oats 50c bushel saohedjffri Jo cud
Fiim $3 50,4 50 VbbJf qvii.d
Uipe AppLES.-fll 50c Vbusli, r, , .
Omoxh U f$l 25 lt)0-'irs.lVtH )fAl
Potatoes $1 ftt 25 -ftlOO'lKt 9? ,?-Jt
BrrTEit 25 35cp lb .tcftl
Err:- 30c V do. ... , . A r
Po.r.TKT Chickens,$42;4 SttV4ft
. Baoi Sidesll(8M2r sTt61i!deJ1fJrnii
Lakd ll(14c iwr. , ; . la. .ilauJano tio
Forest Grove ReUil Market.
Wlu-iit, f biwhel.. .......... ,'ifl, :, , r , ,t
Corn ileal. W Ji,,
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l'otatoo, buHhf 1. , ,
J .jjf,', ireKb r, cloz
Uuit-r, koo1 frrnh mlo lb i .
Cuickeiirt, ty doz
Da run, nid'K .f. tfi
Chfe-e, f Bj j
D.v d PlnuiN, V !
SOJJ. ..v .ji..v-r
Lt .' u Apile, r In . . .
Cofi& (reLif) V .
.V1' J1!'" (rrt.wi) f i
', Oiten, (reinl) 1, 125 ,.f . r
Kdmon, Ut ty ; barrel 5 M.' ,i 1
f:Av the teg fc. lm Tl.
M niton, c u' t,4
Veal, ty h
Whi e lie. nn. . ,
MontezuntA t0dvre No. 50, I.
. i ii . tr i
'ywi -lay evening, pt Maxinlc Hall, iu
a gf'in,1; W aWteJ 0
oVw K. G.
x u ami uuv v Jk ivwu, ui 1M .
M-EKTH AT ITH HALL EVKltY SAt
. yrday f vnin, t o'clock. AH
ut'iit i of th Order in wal Htaudiitg r
iNirill.'.1!' invited to uttoul.
OOTGGilO 10U 3E
c;ko. a. vkxhk, rnoMaf.TOH
The Largest Stock on the Coast,
W. Corwr of Firnt and MwrriMn utret tn
l'ORTLAM) OREGON'. n42 ly
Sm,th Kane a Co.
"BJartieulir attention given to hoUHe-bnild
FOllBST GIU)Vi; OHEGOX,
TVITANITFACTITREU AND DEALEJt IN
nil kimU of
SADDLES, BIUDLE3, WHIPS & Lath
1T RqsiiiifffproiDptry attended to. ui'4&
B L A G 1 I T 2 IHG!
A T .x old stand. Agricnltnml ironlo- - :
xlim't) repaired with neatnoM and uai ,.r ,
jMtyh by nn e-K.A uced workiunn. .Black
iul' 3 of aH kindx, horsr-nhoeing done- o ; n
v it h d - jvicU. AH kiud of work elon tit my
nhop. A fe v. h customer h wanted daily - 4 1
Wu f e n 1 w vk on hand to wu i t on c 1st omiM t.
J. L. THOMAS. Main k , IlilUU.ro
Notice of Filial BeitleiiirnH .
TVOTJCi: IS HKRE11Y OIVKN THAT'
J JL I ;-.iv ttcd in thtf County Court of th ' -i
ni, o O.e-on for WufdiiiiKtou County my
j ti i. I .. .i'c.neut account iih udiuiniHtrutor n
l im : o of T. t. Niiybn, dretoAHed. AH" t
)' w m iutrronifd fi said eUte Art litrJ3 ,
an" . I aut Tliurndny, the 7lh day of Jjui-"
u. a. v. 187", naNbWn Appointed by HaftdTi
i'i'' i. 'o; h final hmrinu aud Httl'incut ,
of ..-'d .;. i. JOHN K. (1LEAKON. T
Notice of Final Settlement . ' ' '
NOTICE M 1IKRK0Y GIVEN THAT , ,w
the unJei-Miaeil ban filed hi tho Coun-
iy Court of the Htute of Ore'gon for WaL-"
iu',lou Certroiy, kin anal mcronrt a Admin ,
i.tlr.itee ut tle ehtato of Oeore W.
elev4d. All prons intei-pttet In wnid
j estulo ure hereby notiftcd tkut ThumUy
j Jitmtiiry 7th, 1875, hasbAcn apiomtrei ly '
' -Jtid Court, for ths mml Mttlement M mM -iUt.
JOSEPH DAVIS, 4 , ; ,
I AdruinMrutor. "
1 n37:w4 - ' ' '
'Ad m inih'atoiJ Satire.
NOTICKIH ifEBEWV UlVm' THAT
ii ru(4evHiuued uu been upiointed by ,
tho Co.mtv Coort of Hi Ktate of Or-
gon for V slrugton CoautytAliainHtrAtof of
tlie c.itt of KauKOtu P. Bnkcr, d ceased.
AU ;k. j : ; tiaviugt laiuiu;4KinKt Huid e ntiito
'1 j t est Ui uitm with the - proper ,V
vo.'.t ' v - r I my feaia two uiiK north went
of ti . oa iu Vhinj,'tou Counij, Oregn,
u iib'u kit mouth from t!i ehtto of this no
1 !, aad nil prou indebted to tiuid.eKtnto
ill uuk iiuiiicdinte pavmcnt of the rum.
IHAAC CHkIH)f AN,
tnettoir. !(. iHth 1U7I. ! u t'.u l
4 C4'-?M TolIT