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About Washington independent. (Hillsboro, Washington County, Or.) 1874-18?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 26, 1875)
Aboet (5,500 kia'been ubscribed
to th stock of the Alderi Fruit Dry
ing Company at JloJIiiravilla t.rv
T7ahinjton county has paid her
fdlsharaof StateT tox. ;Mr. Sira
ooai, hr county treasurer, 'paid the
last initallmentiXOlon -the-lth,
to the State treasurer at Sa
ln." The citizens in tije vicinity of Cirt
tiniriUe, Clackamas countyyure still
of the impression that they cxn find
ore containing silver, and a number
have been prospecting in. th foot
hail, hci-"; '
The Farmer says : "Farmers over
in the vicinity of Bethel and Spring
valley ere organizing a wolf scalp
club to raise bounty for capture of
coyotee who are depredating oa
Two weeks ago the nv M.
Church edifice at Buena Vista was
dedicated, and ft protracted- m2eting
commenced in the new house, which
closed last Sabbath after a1 very in
teresting season of revival, during
which there v ere twenty-seven nc
cessiods to the church.
Salem, Feb. 18- Th flouring mill
owned by Miller & Hendricks, at
"Wheatland, was totally destroyed
by fire lii Jgeher with
about 1000 "barrels of ourand some
wheat. Iiosa, $25,000 ; insured for
$10,000. The fire originated in the
The Enterprise says: "The execu
tive committee of Clackamas County
Board of Immigration met at the
sheriffs office, present: John Myers,
A. Eolther, John W. Meldrum, and
F. O. McCown. On motion," John
Myers was elected chairman, and F.
Ol McCown, secretary. On motion,a
committee of two from each prec'net
.vas selected to solicit f unds to aid
he county board to publish iiiform
.tion, and furnish the executive com
mittee with a detailed description of
'he local advantages of Clackamas
A BEAUTIFUL BRIDE.
How Sharp Practice Won the Spoils
A Three-Handed Ga.ua.
' The Salem Statesman tells the fol
lowing interesting story of two bride
grooms troubles :
A few days since, a young man j
hailing from the classic precincts of j
the Lacreole, applied to the County j
Clerk o Polk County for a liconae j
to marry a yotrag lady, which the ac- J
commodating clerk issued. The same i
day another young man called for a
license to marry. The clerk was not
in, and his deputy issued the li
cense. The two licenses were issued
for the same girl. T.e first party
hastened to the home of llTs youpg
inamorata, and fixed up in gay at
tire, they hastened to a ministers
residence to have the 4,knofc tied" iu
regular orthodox style. fWhile the
ceremony was being performed par
ty No. 2 came panting into the room
his face flushed and hi almost
broken heart thumping pecept ibly, !
In answer to the ques ion if there I
were any who objected to the bans,
No. 2 yelled out he did, at the same
time presenting bis license duly is
nA and signed br the County
Clerk. Here waa a quandary the j
man of God couldn't get through
bis clerical brain, and he stopped,
leaving the party unmarried. No.
1 came to this city the next day to J
consult an attorney. He was in a ;
world of trouble frustrated in his !
cherished desire of wedding his lady j
love the day before, he wanted to
appeal to the law perhaps to pl ice J
an injunction on his Jival,; No. 2. ,
TThile No. 1 was taking legal ad
vice, No. 2 took the much coveted!
Hose, of Dallas, to another dispen
ser of connubial ties and was mar
ried. When he returned he found
that while be had gained his point
as to law, bis rival had gained his
point in matrinionv; as possession
was nine points in law, No. 1 was
valcnme to tbe Tjossession of the
point of law be had gained. The ;
tnsseltorthe girl was a vigorous!
one, and we really feel like condol-:
ing No. 1. f
"We love women old or young '
simply because they are women. Our
mothers spank us; our sweethearts j
spoils our joys by flirting with our j
rivals; our wives read us a genuine
or moderate Caudle lecture,, which
we usuallv deserve. Woman has i
laushcd at our woqs when we in
dulged in the .feae .p.assion rid
dled our hearts with eroding arrows,
depleted our riockefc-boofc, disturbed
our slumber, .spoiled , our , coffee,
rumpled our starched liuen Wfeoms
hung' to our arm" with' ' her whole
precious weight when' our ; corns
hurt us most, danced us into perspi
ratioh'.aiid caused us to buy lozenges
for lipoid; but in'spito of all these
things, we love her. AVe set her Up
as an idol aud prostrate ourselves
before her as before some . divinity.
We don't care a , copper : what dry
goods' cost she looks so sweet. "NYe
will fight for herliFe" a" "Prussian
soldier. Let Mr. Huxley say what
he will to derogate jfrom the ssex, we
shall hang our banner on the outer
wall and ry,1 'Hurrah for the wo
Send in your names, and if you are
unable to pay in advance ice will vend
you the Independent and wait on yuu
a year. To clubs office we icill vend
the Independent"- one year for $10;
and for clubs f ten or more ire. will
send the Independent one year for
20 00 with an extra number to the
yetter up of tlte t lub.
E OFFER FOR SAI.K MY niOFETlTY
in Forest Grove. consistirjL,' of a hoiiho
and 75x1 IS feet of laid in Lot X.. 1 of
Ulock No. 3, in Forest Grove, t-'aid w. -erty
I will nellMnbjoct to a ninrtgafje of $250
with interest whic h expires Nov. 4, l75.and
270 cash in hand. This property is situa
ted in tho heart of the tovm and iau valua
ble kite for .. tine dwelling.
For further pnrticnlars inquire of STEF1I
EX 13L.INK of Fowst Gr'ove, or
ii. H. i.rcr,
Ilillfbo- o Or.
. 1 1 I
'"The IXDFFEXUEXTh! the vole
rigid of publishing, 'litigant printing
for Washington county and contain
alt me news of oart County Courts and
all, the llonie. news, which no other pa- I
per publish?, therefore every mat in I
the county -.needs, the IxXULPFXV- j
EX1' and should
iui niiidiahhi vvb-
KCJ'iCXAl' it. .
I 'realtors XfAicc. '
-FiTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TIT AT
ri the undersigned has filed his tinal ae-
count as txeentor 1 tire ia.st v.ni ami ieia-
mentof II. E. Rones. Dee'd in the County
Court of t ic Shite of Oregon for "Washin!-
ton Comity, and that THURSDAY after the
first Moudaj- in January. A.. I. nt 1U
o'clock ii. m" has been Bet for the final hear
in tf liiiitter. i
u37:wl S. A. IIOLCOMB.
- Notice of Administrator. !
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING EITEN j
appointed hy the County Court f th'
tjtate of Oregon for Y'ashirton cunty Ail :
niinistviitor of the rr.tate l G.I. Raj-moncI
deceased, all persons Iiuviu. claims
nptin.t said e-.tate are hrrt hy notiHeit to
present them to thr undersiyiied at th .f
lice of Thos. II. Tongue in Uillsloro,'ji.u
ingtoii connty, Oregon, with the proper
vouchers within six months from the da.te
THOMAS W. SAINE.
IIilIsloro, Dec, 3d, 1671. u7;wl
"ew I!cvisi"J rliil:n.
Entirely rewritten ly the ablest writers on
every subjeet. Uriiittd fiom new typ., and
illustrated with Several Ihuuand Enrav
in4 and ila;s.
T'i.? w-ir: vi ? inalH
title of Ti:;: N;r.v .
WHA C:.TJ:!.-(t d ill I'"
tlu v.id ' eivc.'.l :!i
in all p;'lt i oi t'.i - V :
nbis l,t d in.d v
s :r. ;
i: erf rv br.-meli ( M'U v.r.', '
:ivt, li;ive iudil?2l tie-edil 'f I p'
to submit it t an tx.ut an I fioioi:
-.Is n v:i
ei!t;:!i! ion, aim
t' issue a new edition
ICAS (':( !.( !
;V l.:.-.t K-n V
ii'.-. th p
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ir fr;;'1 f 't
11 t th: i'..t".!l.tl
tinenient of '..ci.llif. Givat wars and con j
it'oli.' h-l"e j;-fiued, mvoiv-
Ii iit", 'i ; . euii.-ir nioim vt.
of u r o vu country, which
1 . iti. i.f
.7.1 v n -- m!v d. l::i'! lap?ilv becV
U'.lv .1, :.:sd a u' w ei.;;ri of
i'd industrial uetivitv Lr.s
I.,-sr :;(rcs.ii(iim to our greoi-raphieai
;iii.v nave ix oii main- nv me iittu iau-
'iMc rxTil.reisoi .Hica.
T!ie "Teat political revolutions oi the
b-caile, wllli th" natural result of the lapse
of tii:.e, have brought into ublic view xi
nmltitiub- of new men, whose naniea are in
every one's niontli, and of whose liv.-s ev ry
one i-i euviouH to know the particular.
Great buttles have been fought and import
Mit sieves ir.:iint-'ined. of winch the details
tre an yet pres rved only m the newspa-tt-TA
or in the transient publications of the
, i , i r i ..l.i ....... 41,, it.
IStV. OUt WIIM H IMI::i li l.'r.v
lact' in penaaiient and unthentic hstory.
In TvepariniT the present edition for the
press, it nan accordingly oeen me nuu i
the editors to brin lwn the infoiuiRtion
to the latest possible d.tes. and to furnish
dn nceuratn account of the most recent dis-
ovciie. in science, of evry fresh rotluc-
tion in !io lature. and ol tin; laiesi men
tions in the practical arts, as well as to tjive
finccinct and original record of the prog-
ss f.f political and histoviccd events.
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Cvcloiuedia, with tho same plan and com
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been sn'p;c:itcd by longer experience and n-
Iarrr. d knowledge.
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rinsr-CLASs Canvassing Agents wanted
Address the Fublishers,
D. APPLETOXif- CO.,
549 a- SM Broadway. N. Y.
SHERMAN A: HYDE'S C,OLUMX,(
Sherman & Hyde
COR.r:KEARNY Sc' SUTTER STREETS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IS
HESX MUSIC, MUSICAL INSTRU
MENTS an d MUSICAL
Ml CRM AN &.I1YDK.
lueiti Coast Ants.
THE UNRIVALED .
I5y the Superiority of itTorj. combining
Gvat Powe r, Itichiic ss.Swet tness and Fine
Si'ijjin (Jnalitv. an well a Great l'niity of
Intonation ur.d Harusoniousness throughout
the entire scale, it is fast driving almost nil
otlier Piano from the Concert Room, aud
fully explain how WEIU-K how an in
crease of per cent., and yt cannot p
tI V thedemaud.
AG ENTS V. ' !T TT.Tt. in . very county
Stat.-, for thr Celebrated
TTtv n fr T"''
Ziezzr-:o of I:uk
Sherman & Hyde's
Is the only I'lllST
STRUMEXT fiold for
The Square Pianos arc octave.ftnd em
braces all Modern Improvements, such as
Elegant Iiosewood Case, beautiful M.ould
ings. Full iron Frame. Carved Legs and
Lvre, Over-strung Pass. Agraffe Treble tc.
Li ngth, 0 feet 10 inches; Width 3 fee. 8
FOR TEA YEARS.
Vo keep constantly on hand a cood assort
HollaTDlo olio 3TP
7i Octave, Agraffe Treble
MADE FllOM TIIE BEST SEASONED
rnicEs as low as roRTHLr.ss tianos can
BE OBTAINED ELSF.YVIIEM;.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
SOLD ONE SY IXSTATJ-METS.ir EESIRED.
(. , j SEK
To the Unfortunate
New Remedies! Sew Remedies
,! 03 Kcarey: MV:
Corner Commercifl ht
Established in IS" 1. for tho treatm nt of
Sexunl and Stininnl Diseftsc, nuch i t fb
norrhea. Gleet, Stricture, Sihilli in 11 U
forms, Stminul Weakness, In;poter.e . t".
Skin disease (of years standing) i;iel Ul
cerated LeA, successfully treated.
DR. GUIDON has tho plefu-o of an
noucipg thiit he ba returned fro.n viKitiuj;
tlie principal Hospitals of Europe, and has
renumed practice nt hisDispensary,C-J3Kear-ney
street, corner of Commercial, Han Fran
ciKcorwhere hi old patients and those re
quiring hi serrieo may find him.
The Doctor ha spared neither time nor
money in seeking out new re.medies.und has
returned with increased facilities for the al
leviation of human snftt rinp.
Nfjiiiiuil V. aKiies.
Seminal enii5si(n, tho consepiece of self
abuse. This Holitary vice, or depraved ncx
n:l iii.tnl.'fnee. is tiraetieed bv the VOUth of
both sexes to almost unlimited extent, pro
dueius.with unerring certainty the following
traiuof morbid symptoms, unless combated
by scientific medical measures, viz: Sullow
countenance, dark spots under the eyes.pain
in the frewl, ringing in the ears, noise like
rustling of leaves uinl rattling of chai iots.un
Iwint tlm loins, weakness of
the limb!-, confused vision. blunted intellect, j
loss of confidence, ditUd lice in approaching ,
strangers, a dis'ike to form i.ew aeipiaintan- i
ces, a di iHjsitiou to Khun society, loss of !
luemory.hectie Hushes, pimples and various
eruptions about the face, furred tongue.fintid j
breatli, coughs, consumption, night sweats,
monomania and frequently insanity. If relief j
lu not obtained the sufferer should HMdyiui-
i mediately either by iieison or by letter, and
I have a cur effected lv his new and scientillo !
mode of treating this disease, which never i
fails of effecting a quick and radical cnre.Dr ,
C. will civeOne HnudmlDollarsto any T,( V-
son who will prove satisfactorily to him
that he was cured of this complaint by ci
ther of the San Francisco quacks. j
Ciirof! Ht Hoiiie.
Persons nt a distance may be CURED AT
HOME br addressing a letter fo Dr. Gibbon, I
stating case, symptom., length of timo the j
disease has continued, and have medicines ,
prompt forwarded, free from damage and j
curiosity, to any part of tho country, with i
full and" plain directions for use. j
Person writing to the Doctor will p!easa .
statfth name of tho paper they kuw this j
advertisement in. t
Dv inclosing $10 coin, in r. registered h t- j
ter tlirough the PostOfilcc.or throughWells, (
Fargo A Co,, a package id medicine will be !
forwarded to my art of th Lui ;'. i
All eorrewpondt iu-e strict 1 r e. r.liwent'.a!.
Add'-ss Dir. J. 1". GTi;i50.Kivvy St..
San Irancisj o. i i t-t- llice
THE USW I5IPE0VZD
ms li:!:T:t r.L"JMr:c, rocTCir.:
PLE, Au.) K0ST EASILY OPIHATCD
CZWomG t'ACHiNE IN THE MARKET.
If t isr Is a TLOEENCS ULCZIZ.Z
wltlila cao t'.:azsasi n:!oJ cf C:i l'raa
decs tot ror!;'i; vel!, I will Cx it with
ezt zzj etprao to tho cvrnir
ga::u-l hill, At,
No. ID ITow iloatonicr Street,
C.rUND HOTEL LriLDINO,
L. l. V I S II 13 n.
Koouis No 20 nnd ill Jlcrchanf Ex
change, California Street, San Francinco,
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Han created many a new buMness;
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Has rescued many ft lost business;
Ha saved manv ft failing businc ss;
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Andmsurcs succesin any business.
Cibakd's Secret. Stephen Oirard tsed
to sny.in his old age: "I have always con
sidered advertising liberally and long to bo
the creat medium of success in busincHH.ftnd
the prelude to wealth, And I have wad it
an invariable rule U advertise in tbedullest
times as well as the busiest; lonR experience
havin" tan"ht me thnt money thus spent U
wellid out. as by continually keeping my
business before the public it has "nred
manv sales thatl otherwise would have lost.
r-The man who didn't believe in adver
tisinir has cone into partnership with the
6heriff.and that official dot theadTcrtiaing.
J 0 y
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A journal devoted h the . intcece,
MaJunuton County and of the
ixrn:rr:x;)f:xr w aii
f t h't i fie'u tat the twW
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n or :: nly; but
02 OO cx Tear
hat the sole right f doing thi
for Wathington County and ii i , ,
therefore in valuableto all ef aurcihtens
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