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About Washington independent. (Hillsboro, Washington County, Or.) 1874-18?? | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1876)
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r at tha rata of 10 cent per line.
Henry Villard, agent for the own-
en of the O. & C. It. R, O. C. R. R.,
and Oregon, Steamship Company,
write a letter to the Portland
Board of Trade which is of great in
terest to the people of this State and
tbiscounty. Mr. Villnrd thinks that
it would not be for the interest of
tbia State to seek a direct connec
tion with the Central Ptxciflo Rail
road because with such connection
the Company would absolutely con
trol the commercial iuterst of Ore
gon and this State would never be
more than a mere dependency on
California. Mr Villard's company
proposo to. put two new aud large
steamers on tbeout botvreen SaiVi
rranpisco and Portland iu place of
the old tubs that now frighten off
immigration. They also propose to
complete the West-side road to Junc
tion City. The company will conduct
their affairs in a business way, leav
ing to others the care of political and
social problems. The Company have,
Mr. Villard says, expended tons of
thousands of dollars in advertising in
the last two years in promoting im
migration to this State, having had
special salaried immigration agents,
at San Francisco, Omaha and in
the East. They also propose to
make their charges moderate end
work for the true interests of the
This sounds like business and we
are sure that the people of this
State will do everything possible to
support and encourage this coro-
1 The Chinese Question
The late acta of violence cf cit
izens in California against the
the Chinese in that State are
not only impolitic but wrong. They
are impolitic because such acta only
prejudice Congress against the legis
lation asked for. And they aro
wrong because the Government is
bound to observe the obligations of
the treaty that exists between China
and this country and so protect the
Chinese in their rights thus guaran
teed. Every good citizen will or
should respect the laws of the coun
try. Tho only hostile step against
lawful Chinese that is honorable for
American citizens is to procure a
modification of the treaty. Mob law
should be a lost rerort, for it is the
law of the out-law and means rebell
ion and murder. Under the treaty
Chinese have the saute rights, so far
forth as the treaty guarantees, as
Americans, and every good denizpn,
should frown down any attempt of
hoodlumism or mob-law to the inju
ry of these people and the good
name of our Nation.
Good For Hillsboro.
We loarn from T. D. IIiimpheys
that Mr. Villard has promised to
give the Grange at this place the
privelege of building a ware-house
by the railroad track and to guaran
tee that the company will take all
their freight at the mine rate as for
other point along the. line. Tbisis good
Bjw for Hillsboro tha dawa of a tinware
in her progress; and also good policy for
tha Company, for a large pait of the Rrain
aired in thii county ha been hitherto
hauled to Portland in wng ins, becniiso Hd
laduy k Co., denied u the proper ftejix
modations and discriminated siirnt our
farmers heavily in favor of other points.
The first number of the Trierram,
a new paper published by Pipe A
Wheeler at Independnnee, Polk
eorinty, has readied us. Tho paper
is a neat newsy little sheet and Dem
ocratic in politics. The people of
Polk county should give it support.
Mr. Wheeler established the Forest
Grove Independent in this county and
is well known here. Success, friend
P. M. C. Oallt and Thos. Paul
sen, both former residents at this
place, and attache of the Sentinel,
are running for the offices of Com
missioner and Representative on
the Republican ticket in Washing
ton county. We wish them both
the bad luck to be elected. Oregon
Tri Daily Artnrian published by
P. C. Ireland comes to ns looking
very neat and brimfull of news.
Bro. Ieland understand the news
paper business and will make a dai
ly paper J t Astoria a success if any
Er-vroB Ixpepexdent. I am glad
to learn that Dr. F. A. Railey has
been brought out for county school
superintendent. This is an office
with which polities should have
nothing to do, and every voter
should select bis man according to
his best judgment. There are sev
eral reaoous wuy vr. iiu.ley seems
to me tha best man for the place
notwithstanding his well known po
Iu the first place it is conceded
that no school superintendent should
be in the interest of any particular
seat of learning as it U sure to result
in an unfair decision in regard to ap
plicants for teachers' certificates. It
is reported that Yamhill county ex
perienced this trouble considerably
about two years ago, and we do not
want any thing of the kiud here,
uinr the people's money iu direct
opposition to the common schools.
Again, a school teacher can not
properly attend to his own duties
and visit from forty to fifty schools
in a quarter, and as the patrons of
school are sure to look out for their
own teacher's attendance, the other
schools nre just as sure to be r.c
lected end the public defrauded of
the salary they pay the Superinten
dent for tho work ho does not per
form. Dr. Bailey is well known as a gen
tleman of liberal education, honest,
capable, and not engaged in anything
.that will conflict with the duties of
his office, and ought to be preferred
to any one without these qualifica
tions. A RrrTDi.ic.N Voteb.
Editor. Independent: We notice
many other localities in this county
represented by news items, bat not
a word said about Shady Crook or
(Shingletown). This place is situ
ated two miles north of Glencoe, in
Washington county. Eight years
ago, there was but one family and a
dim cow-path up this creek. Now
there are ten families and two good
cow paths and a county road with a
school district organized with a mod
erately good school boutc. A card
ing mill is in full blast, driven by
steam poer, and perhaps a carding
machine will be located here. There
is considerable land in cultivation
now, and more in process of clear
ing. This bottomland is extra good
for all kinds of crops; it has yielded
G2 bushels of wheat, three tons of
timothy hay, and 400 bushels of po
tatoes to tho acre, and is equally
good for oats and all other produce.
There is room for more settlers.
either on government land, or Rail
road land, or, if any one wishes
to procure improved land Le can
get some of this kiud.
This much will da for an intro
duction by sayiug one of our school
directors went up to the hot bed
(Forest Grove) aud packed a tender
plant to come out and take charge,
as a school marm, overyoung Amer
ica in this district, which she did,
commencing her term the first of
May. Her name is Miss Wagoner.
We trust that she is a man of busi
ness, and will use the rod of correc
tion to make the chaps know their
p's and q's.
The West-Side Railtoad.
L:st Monday Mr. Villard agent
for the Company which now controls
the railroads in Oregon met the
farmers at Amity to confer about ex
tending tho the railroad to that
place this summer. Joseph Watt of
Forest Grove vtho owns extensive
farms in Yamhill county had previ
ously conferred with Mr.Villard about
this project and told him the far
mers in tho Amity district could fur
nish him freight to tho amount of
3C0,0ro buhhr In and probably 5ti0,
0( 0. In consideration of this nuti-
port Mr. Villard said tho Compa
ny might extend tho road to Amity
before harvest. Hut we understand
that the Company have no iron and
it is not likely that the rood will bo
extended this year.
It is the opinion of business men j
in this county that if the road were
extended into folk county it would
double tho business of the road.
Mr. Villard proposed to carry
wheat from Amity for 12: per bushel
whereas now it costs the farmers 17c
to get it to Portland.
We have received two or three ar
ticles this week too late for p ill li ra
tions. Political articles and articles
on general topics must come in on
Thursday, Friday or Saturday, oron
Monday at the btlcat, a other mat
ters of more importance occupy our
whole time for thres days before wa
3 to press.
Why Wo Are Independent.
It is well known as any fact in
life, that there is a combination of
Republican politician having their
headquarters at Portland and fundi
iurly known as "the Ring." True
it is difficult to say just who all are
included in thut coguomen but we
may safely take the list of subscrip
tions to the city corruption fund
which was exhibited two years ago
as being the roll call at that time,
Since then a few active opposition
Republicans and Democrats have re
ceived Federal offices or the promise
of something and thus have been
added to the "Ring" ond a few of
fice holders have been removed end
may perhaps be cm-nted out, so that.
we on the outside can hardly under
stand the inside organization. Cut
this much we do know; the parties
thus organized understand one an
other very well, they work in con
cert at every primary, convention
and election; they have their work
ers in other counties who do just
what is thought at headquarter to
be the proper think for them to do.
The head of this organisation is a
man, standing high iu public office
and low in the scale of morality
When by concealing his felonies he
had reached the height of bis ambi
tion, and had arrived at a time when
the statute of limitations saved him
from the penitentiary, the people
of Oregon learned who and what he
was. Almost any other man would
have collapsed under tho story of
shame and perfidy which was then
revealed, but this one with superla
tive "brass" claimed and established
hi claim to be still tho loader and
ideal of his party. The parly was
made to endorse him though certain
defeat was brought upon it. The
Federal patronage was unsparingly
used. Men who had better ideas of
right and wrong got office for say
ing that nil crimes are condoned
by a sent in the Senate) men who
eveu hinted that they esteemed an
honest laborer above a felonious
politician were removed from office
no matter what their past record, un
til a most abject state of discipline
has been secured.
With such a head the organization
is just what wa might expect. In the
rural districts their tools deny all
subjection to the powers that be, but
we can always see whence they de
rive their inspiration. Tho party
machinery throughout tho Stnte is
made a means of ttrengthening the
corrupt men who manage it, and it
will be so just as long as tho people
forget their power, and let a few glib
tongued tools of the ring in each
county hoodwink them at eaj'tx suc
In the Drmocratia party things
are no better. Substituto Sttto for
Federal patronage ond leave out act
ual felonies and the same picture
will do for that side of lu l ouse.
"To the victors belong the spoil.." is
the motto of both sides. No mat
ter how their victories are secured
they aro bound to have the "spoils,"
and theso "spoils" aro made out of
tho tax-payers. The legitimate con
sequence of all this is the present
condition of allairs. Whenever "par
ty organization" is perfected .fraud
and peculation is tne order of the day.
Cities controlled by political rings
aro fleeced daily; counties are
robbed, Siules are swindled and in
National afl'uirs the "Spoiling" only
differs ia tho appalling niaguitudo of
Then what aro wo to do? The an
swer is plain. Let tho people every
where do as they have done hereto
fore in this county, rise ia tlicir
might and say at the polls "no man
hbull hM i,3;.:e v ho bows lis knee
to any ring." No matter what his
antecedents are, whenever a man
arranges to lo acceptable t the
ring it. is ufo fur the people to "drop
him like a hot potato."
The Centeanial Exhibition,
Tim Cenlonuial exhibition opened
on tho 10th int. Tho exorcises were
opened with prayer by liishop Simp
son after which Wliittier'a hymn was
sung with grand effect. Hero is the
v .inn .nt.rsi.SAr wntrrir.
Our father's (lcl, from out whow band
The eentnries fall hart grains of sand
Wa meet to.day, united free,
And loyal to our land and Thee
To thank Thee for tha era done,
And lrnt Thre for the opening one.
Here, a-hf-r of old by Thy desiKn,
The fathers apeak that rrt of Thine,
Whose e ho le the glad refrain
Of rended holt and lulling chain,
To (rraeeonf (ratal ltm, fon all
The sonoe n earth oir irueet we rail,
The with na, while the New World greets
The fH World IhrontrlnB all It etrel
t'nreitiriK all the trlnnifh won
fly Art of loll rnt-t lh Hon.
And anto rnmnf.B flood ordain
The rt' il if of If.ir.it ai.4 lira!
Thou, who bast here to concord furled
Tha war dailies of s gathered world, .
Beneath our Western skies fulfill
The Orient's mission of good will,
And freighted with Lore's golden fleece,
Send hat k the Argonauts of Peace!
For Art and Labor met in truce,
For Beauty made tha bride of Us,
Wa thank The-while withal, we crava
The auater virtues strong to save
Tha honor proof to place ur gold
The manhood never bought uor sold!
O, make Thou us, through centuries long
.Juwioc secure, iu justice strong!
Around our gift of freedom draw
The safeguards of a rigUtuou law;
Aud caat in aoiuo diviner mould.
Let the new cycle shuuia the old.
After which there was a speech
presenting the exhibition to Presi
dent Grant to which the President
responded. The receipts for the
first day fell below the estimate
muJe, there being not over 80,000
paying visitors admitted, bringing
the receipts a little beyond f 10,000,
the number prose tit being about
Iowa shows among exhibits in Ag
ricultural Hall specimens of so
from 20 counties, in glass tubes six
ffr:- i.t.-tnthe depth of the
IOUUI. . f ,
Oregon's exhibit is rich in wheat,
oats, woods aud dried fruits.
Washington Ty., shows the tallest
wheat and oats exhibited.
California prodigies of cacti ex-
cito general wonder.
Indianapolis, May 9. Tho Nation
al Independent Convention meets
hero May 17th, to nominate a Presi
dent. The New York Sun publishes
a dispatch to-day anuonucing it was
postponed until July 4th, which is
Wa9hixoios, May 9. The grand
jury of the Criminal Court of the
District of Columbia to-day found a
true bill of indictment againut Eol
knan for receiving bribes,
New York, May !). The Times
editorial saw: Another man. hitherto
high in estimation, has fallen a vic
tim to Presidential aspirations. The
moderate, conservative' Democrats,
dospaiiing of success under the
leadership of Thurman, Tilden nnd
Hendricks, had picked out Judge
Davis ns the best available candidate.
It now appears that the Judge has
been carrying out a sort of double
courtship with the hard-money Dem
ocrats nnd tho inflationists.
Livebpoi., Uy 9. Breadstuff are
steady: wlieat Oi CdftOs per cental,
for average California: 10 2 1, for
club do. The receipts of wheat the
past three days amounted to -iS.000
piarters, of which 31,000 was Ameri
Pahis, May 9 Fr m details of the
outrage at Salouica received here, it
oppears that tho United Btati-s con
sul interfered for tho protectiou of a
Greek girl, who wa the innocent
cause of disturbance, nnd conducted
her tq the consulate in a carriago.
a excited mob thereupon surround
ed the consulate, and the French
and German consuls, who were
brothers in-law oud both related by
marriage to the American consul,
believing him to be in dange r pro
ceeded to his assistance, nnd on tho
way thither were attacked. The Ital
ian consul informed the Governor of
the state of affairs, Mi 1 ho sent troops
to the relief t f tho American consu
late, which was besieged by the rab
ble. London, May 9. A correspondent
at Berlin says it is generally thought
hero that tho Salonica affair will
provo fatal to Turkey. Interfercaca
of Kuropean powers for tho benefit of
ClniMtuui i is now considered unavoid
able, as it is evident tho Porte is
powerless to piv'cct thorn against
the outbreak of f matin
A UlagrKMe fcVr.f V, ibn s'ates that
the (Jtrmut, cjfs.jli Mdma, bus
been ordered to Kuve Mensina for
M.ilonica without delay. Kuvunnatnl
Austrian nirn-ut-war have alo been
rdTed to Huloricti in c "nseiiiienceof ,
nn urgent dispatch from tho Chan
cellor of tha Trench Consulate at
Salonica. Additional Trench men-of-war
have cono to Svrin. where
they await instruction. The Iliit
ih Consul order a man of-war from
Pirruo, to corue to Salonica initncd'
ately. Tni, May 10. -A correspondent
of the I 'int erf ile suv the forei;,'ti
povornttiMit have forwnri) d the ful
lowinff account of the origin oi tho
disturbance at Kidvonire. to thnir
legation in IV. The American
consul was at the rvlway station,
)mn hi attention was attracted by
the crie t.f Christian giil. Hho
was aurroiiudod by a score of Mussul
man, who wanUid to Uke her forci
bly to the Mhk'io. The consul Itxik,
the girl under to protection. Win Is
he w aeekmjf for in formation as lj
her nationality, the Herman and
Trench consuls were separately in
formed that the woman la-longed to
tb if iepeeti batons and hd hr
arsggeit into a Mosque, llicy con
sequently repaired to the Mosque
wnere iney were beaten to cIkUu
A Paris correspondent learns that
the American cousul, fearing that the
mob would succeed in forcing bis
house sent the girl to the German
cousul. llie muli iq the Mosoue
compelled the Oormun consul to bigu
an order tor ner delivery then mur
Constantinople, May 10. Fifty
persons, who took part in the riot at
nuiouica, nave been ai rested.
Chicauo, May 9. A TViOMtte Sioux
City special says it is reported that
the Iudiaus near Fort Perre yester
day attacked a Black Hills train and
killed and scalped a number of men
The report needs confirmation but
it is regarded uere as piobably tru,e,
as it is known th it for some time the
Indians in that section have been
only waiting for a favorable oppcr
tuuity to commence hostilities.
The Boston wool market romains
dull, sales showing a large falling off
as compared with lust year's sales.
Ohio pud t'ennsylvsnia, 4012c for
;l'J((f for XX, and 4M5ll for bet
ter grades up to XXX. There is
very little good Ohio wool on the
market. Michigan and lsconsin
fleeces pre dull, selling nt35Ct37J,
but it ii difficul to realize over 35 for
the best combing wools; dull sales.
limited. New California continues
to arrive quit frcoly and is selling
6TATE AND TJELSIT9RIAi
Montana has instructed bar dele
gates to stick and stand by Bteine
A committee was appointed by
the McMinnville Orange, on the 0th
to make preliminary arrangements
for a grand county celebration, on
the Fourth of July, 187t, in some
part of Yamhill county.
The Bo) tit u Canby and a barge
were discharging salmon at one time
at the O. S. S. Co s' wharf at Asto
ria on Wednesday. Over 0,000 cases
are now in the warehouse for ship
ment. A Salt Lake telegram to the Chica
go Tunes, reports that the litigation
botween Brigham Young and Ann
Eliza has been compromised. The
suit was for alimony, and tho Proph
et seems to have arrived at the con
clusion that it would be cheaper to
buy a peace with that particular frac
tion of his wife than to continue pay
ing enormous fees to lawvers.
Ari Cantrcll, of Itjutuu county last
week sold tho ileece from his flock
of Angora gouts, aggregating near
1.0J0 pounds of very fine mohair,
which will biiii3f the owuer a nice
litllo sum. The yield fo wool is
equal iu weight to that from sheep,
aud more vuuul lo.
The Owyhee Avalanche says: A
chunk of rock weighing over one
hundred pounds was taken from the
winze in the Maggio mine ut Fran-
eoni City a few days ago. It bears
cvidenco of bciti
abounding in streaks that will assay
from three to four th oubnnd dollars
to tho ton in m1vi, parts of it almost
solid silver, and it is said to be one
of tho richest ulyor specimens that
has yet como tJ the surface in Owy
Whpat is quoted at 8 J cents a bush
el iu Albany.
During the tint four rcoi.ths of
the present year, I'J.diS tons of coul
wero roeeivod at S.m Francisco from
Washington Trillion-, and 32,14 1
tons from British Columbia. The
total receipts from all sources were
Tho Domocratio convention of
Jackson county nominated tho fol
lowing ticket: Bcprcientntivea, T.
lieull, Thos Wright; county
judgfl, Silas J. Day; commissioners,
Samuel I'urrv an, I A. Miller: county
clerk. K. 1). Fou.birv; sheriff. J. U .
Manning; treasurer Johu Orth; as
sessor, O. N. Anilcrsin; acliool su
perintendent, K. J. l'nrlovv; survey
or, J. Jeffries; coinor Dr. ('alien
der. Itvit'st, M.ir 1.1. Advices tort
Salm.'icn uotirees any n t--. t.t 1 o was
foii.'ht tosterd iv iitrnr Itusianisf.n in
in which TOO Turks au l 100 Itisur
I'tit wero kiilod.
r.Ki.oit.M', May 11 lnttll;ijenep
received lii'ie f fun S iluniea unnotified
that tiit.t tioit is blockaded. None
uf tho inViliit'itits h'ii nllowt l to
leave town tititil tho ciitiuny into
the outrsu ha terminaleu. Two
Trench iron obids and t-vo frigates
have arrived t Titonii on the way
to H.donica. Tresh diatutbancAS are
still feared. 'Ihn schools are cios'.i)
and work has been itimiiombid. Tho
bodies of the tnuidere I consuls
at ill unlmried.
Oti.vKarnx, Miv 1.1. A special
dated Hio (Hand City, lllli.anvs: At
daylight tin tuorniug F.sootxxio left
Micr with hi furce, and it i repot led
there has l ean bai l flgbtiri imar
Camargo. H is not known which
hit gamed thv day. H t rtixrtcd
that ail) were killed and 1,01 HI woitnd
ii I. A ttij'1 struck llio church iu Cs-
riiargo, mid killing s prieit and fenr
women fct prayer. Tour largo boat
are Jan, Lug infantry ppoaite Ca
mar go ca San Juan river.
iljtrait !on't despair when the doctor
ays yort lun(fs are diseased. Th woss
( sow Ktrev up as hi,-les hsv been erd
by Utvrs Hussv or lloasuorso tne Ts
riSe'Toittia( h Irp rare iu one eu'n
NEW A DVFdiTISEMNTS.
TeiTOTICE 13 IIF.KKliY GIVEN THAT
X the undfrttiKned has tiled his IIdsI so
ooiint as ndmiiiiHtrator dt bonis aoa of tho
eatito of Jacob Whetstone, deceased, in the
Couuty Court of the Uttite of Orvgou for
WaHhiiititoa I'oiiuty, aud that Vednt-a tay
after the tint ilonday ia June, A. l., l7ti,
at Hi o'clock a. ni has been set by said
Court for the examination thereof.
aitf.'Uw4 THOS. H. TOXOrK.
A. Y. Boyce,
Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work.
Ho has a tine DenUK'bair, alaothenolvd
Which roniVra haith-puliiux ooinparatirely
tVAU Wurk Hfemtufn.
OFFICE adjoining the 1'oitoifioe in Hills
$1'2 a tin y at home. Acenta wanted. Out
fit and terms free. TKUE i. CO., Ancn.ta,
5 to tft-JH per day at home. .Samples t.rtb
$1 free htinson Co., Portland Maine.
TS THE CIRCUIT COUBT OF THE
m. btate of Oregon for uathinton County,
Laurence (. Hall, plaintiff, vs. Isaac Merer,
W. J. McLean, T. huiith, hmith. John
F.veraon, 8 A. Howell, W. F. Hall, A. W.
Hall, J.K.Hall. Luev 3. liennt t. W. II.
Lliennet, Mary F.IJis and Daraatns W., Ellis.
defendants. In the name of the Mate of
Oregon, to the aliove-named J. li. Hall and
J. 8. Hull, defendants; You are hereby re
quired to appear in the above-named Court
nnd answer the complaint therein filed
iRaiuHt you in the above entitled cause with
in tun days fromtbc date o fthe service of this
summons upon yon if served in said Waali
ingtoncoonty.and if servedjin any other coun
tv of the said State, then within twentv dvs
of thj date of the service of this summons
upon yon. You are also notified that en
the Soth day of March, IS7G, the Hon. E. 1).
Shattuck, Circuit Juils-e aud presidiuc
Judge, duly made an order that service on
you of summons herein be made by publi
cation, and you aro required ta answer the
said complaint on or before the firat day of
the next term of said court, which terra will
commence on the 2.'ml day of May, lHiti.
And if yon fail to amwer as atmve required
the raid plaintiff will apply to.the said court
for the relief demanded iu tiie said com
plaint; which relief consista iu setting aside
the orders of the county court of said couuty
which nre described in said complaint, set
ting aside a Kile mentioned in said com
plaint, made by the administrator of the es
tate of Lucy u. Hull, deceased, to said de
fendant, Isaac Mever. of a parcel of laud des-'
cribed in said complaint, a determination of
tne rights or the respective parties to this
suit, in said land, and general relief as
prayed in the said complaint.
. W. iriOS 4 I'll AS. 11. ttl'TON,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
March 30, 1876. aprl3ti
N THE CIRCUIT COOtT OF THE
State of Oregon for Washington Couuty.
Sarah Dallas vs. Chas. W. Dallas.
To Chas. V. Dallas, the above-named
Whereas, on the 4tli day of April, A. D.,
1376, Hon. E. D. Shattuck, Judge of the
above-named court, made un order directing
that service uf the summons iu this sir.t be
had upon yon by publication of the same in
the Wasiiinoton Inoephndknt, once a week
for six week;
S herfi'Te, in the name of the State of Or
FKon, you are hereby notified to appear and
answer the complaint of pUuutifTbereiu filial
ai'ainst you ny tne nrt ilay of the turm of
said court next following the expiration
the pnb.icatiou of this uuiiiion. which
said term will coinnieace at JJ ill-.rK.ro,
couulv and Sine aforesaid, on Mondiv,
the :nd day of May. A. 1) l7ii.
And you are further notified, that if yuu
fail so to answer, the plaintiff will ap-
plv to the court for tl e relief therein U
luauded, to wit: That the marriage contract
.w existiug between you, the deft., and
the pit)'., be dissolved, and that pltT. have
ill,ll(,llMlll M'.l.i.lbl ttn.l f,, ItM- MAu.u anj
burn menta of this suit, and such other relief
- I . .1. . -I. .. ! - 1 .. 1 ... 1. . L 1
as iiiv vuhii -'in nitiiitit. hi oe equiluoie,
THOS. "H. 'iONiil'E.'
prl3 0 Att'y for T'.'ff.
3 vi ixi mons.
SN THE CUtt'UIT COURT OF THE
Slate of Oregon, (or the couuty of Wash
inton, J. I.. '1 h-iiuaa plaintiff vs. Sarah E.
Thomas defendant. Iq Sarah K. Thomas
defend tut: In the name of the State of Or
egon, you are hereby requiri d to appear
and answer the complaint hied atfaiiMt you
in the alxve entitled suit within ten days
trout tha date of the service of this sum
mons upon you. if served w thin this coua
tv; or if served in any other couuty of this
State, t'icu within twenty days front the
date of the service of this numinous upon
you: and if you fail so to answer, for want
thereof, the plaintiff will apply for a decree
against you, for a disao'ution of the niar
riuce contract and for such further relief as
to U(0 court may seem just.
T. It. HAN'DLEY,
aprCwfl Attorney for l'l.tintiff.
intheOrocery line, turn
barrel of Su jar do wn to a NutMejt
Or anything kept in Fint Clau Oro-
eery Store. Call at As Port Offlqe
and get them cheaper than ever.
I Mean llusiues.
V IX COUNTY OBDEIIH INf.OItSF.D
prior to March illth. It7, will b paid
on presentation at my otri'e. lotia-fst will
eease from tbia 4t, April 1 J-b. l7t.
W. fcl MMC Ntf.
prl3tt County Tr-sarer.
LAND FOR SALE!
rpHE CNUERSIGXED IIAS FOB fUIJI
JL several i arms and a large amount of or J
class, unimproved laud, lying in Washing
ton County, Oregon.
Immigrants and others
desiring to purchase
would do wsll to giv
ma a call.
Xow is the time ta
homes on easy
THOS. I). HOI PURE YH.
Huxsboso, June 85th. 1875. Jlyl-tl
Furniture MaiVf Co,
9pccssobs to EMILI.OVF.NSTF.HI iCo.
and HURGBEN & SHINDLKK,
Manufacturers and Importer. M holesal
and ltetou ieaiers in Furniture.Beddiner
n n t YT : i ...
vinyls, i ajicr-xlluIK'UK! UUVlQiai,
Mirrors, etc. etc-
Warerooms: Cor. Yamhill & First
Sts. Steam Factory Cor. Madison &
Front Sts., Portland, Oregon.
AVE CALL THE ATTENTION OFTHH
f f citizen of HILLS1SOKO and vicin,
ity to the fact that we have ottr summer
stock of furniture, also carpets, oil-cloth and
wall-paper which we offer at greatly reduced
prices. To the Grangers we would say buy
furniture of this house made from one
Oregon ab. maple and elder. We do nv
keep Pine and i.tdwood furniture made in
California. And if you want a first rata
Sprins tied. Wool, Hair, or Pulu inattrass.
everyth.fiu at this establishment is clean
new and fresa, not a pound of second-hsnd
material used. Tliu tJri.;on f urniture Man-
nf.ieturiu Company is monaijed by MeUi
who have sinint the het port of thir live
iu building tin the luiniture linsiness in Or
gon aud we claim to know tho wants of tha
furniture trade. Sue and price our (,'ood.,
Vie Warrant satisfaction.
Cregan rtrniture Wanirf Co.
decloly l'or:huU, tregont
F. A. UAILKY.SI. D.
f hytidan, Surg on and Accojeheur,
OFFICE at the Drug Store.
Kl.SlDEN'CE-Thre Block South of
Drug btore. nl:yl
DOCTOR K. PHVPiy,
Phyiician and Surgeon.
Omc at A. Y. Borci'a Omc. HiuaaosQ,
.VIISO.N IIP.VL3Y, JM.I.
Physician and Surgeon,
FOItEST (,I?0VE, .... COEU05.
OFFICE At his Kesidence, West oi
Johnson's Pkning Mill. n40::y
T. II. IIWDLEV,
ATTQRXEY A'D COUNSELLOR
OFFICE In th Court House, Hillsboro,
c. a. BALI..
HALL A. STOTT,
A rTOHXEVSfAT-LA V
Vo. 6 Dekum's Block,
PORTLAND, OK' OO. c ly
nrosyrAs and counselor
iJek urn's Piwi.tuijt, Tfl-kl fitreet,
THOMAS H. TONGUE.
Attorney r a t - L u w ,
HilUboro, Washington County, Oregon.
THOS. V. m.Mi'Hitpys.
XO TA II Y T Vr.LtC and CO h' YE TA SCEf
LLQAL pc.pem drawn and collection
m-i'b.. HuHinoMS entrusted to his car atr
ended to promptly.
OF r ICK New Court Hons t3$
VttetlHarr S ii r g e o n,
III LI, a DO KO, , , . . OREGON.
iiTlnnrmary Kept for Horse. t ner
month will be the charge for any ordinary
ArOTHECABT AND CHEMIST,
Aakenr ew Market Theatre Itleek.
Cor. of First t Ash Streets, f orlisnd, Or, '
w .-1 ! -I