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Agents for the Washington Indenendeni
The following person are duly authorized
to act as agents for the Washington Inde
Beaverton . . .
II. B. Wilmot
J. li. Spencer, W. II. Parker
J. A. Young
. , , I. Meyer
j II. L. Marston,
......... i jr JIaine5i
Greenvillei J. F. Pierce, 11m. Harret.
Glencoe J. J. Fowler
Mountain Dale B. O. Quick
Scholl's Ferry J. D. Howell
Tualatin M. Eiehardsou
"West Union S. A. Holeomb
Other persona desiring to act as Agents
vill please send in their names.
Thursday, Juue 1, 1870.
Vote For the Best Men-
Next Tuesday the State election
takes place, when the people must
decide what candidates for the sev
eral offices in the county and Stato
shall serve or abuse them. And.
representing tho interests cf the
people of this county particularly,
we would urge, especially in the
mere county offices, that men should
Tote for he best men. Only this
much can bo asked for party nnd
party priciples in the county, and
that is that where von have a man
ou your party ticket who is as good
or is about as good, as his opponent,
then you should voto for him. But
when you iind that any candidate on
your ticket is immoral or pooilv
qualified as compared with his op
ponent you commit a vital error a,
great sin, we think, if you vote for
You talk bitterly of Grant's and
Buchanan's administrations; you
feel the disgrace of tho corruptions
of our government, which have even
startled, if not astounded, the em
pire? of the old world; you condemn
the political rings that run our State
and National politics, and even the
primaraies; and yet you vote for the
dummies foisted upon you by the
rings and perpetuate the riug power
ia State and Nation. It is you, Dem
ocrats, and you, Republicans, that do
these things, and all in the name of
party! And while you coutinue to
do this you should kep your mouth
fore.'er shut when tho gamblers,
drunkards, whore-mongers and put
ty men that you elect to ofiice steal
the public monoy, sell their votes
and influence to insatiate corpora
tions, corrupt public and private
morals, and disgrace the Nation.
"We make this appeal to your bet
ter judgment your manhood. "We
ask vou to rise above mere partv
prejudice for once, aye, forever!
and vote for the best men. "We shall
not attempt to point you out the
best men but leave that to your
judgment, as such selections by us
might lead you to misunderstand
our motives. All we ask is, that you
vote for the best men.
The canrass in this coun ty is con
ducting quite pleasantly to all par
ties. The candidates for the Legis
lature do the speaking, tho rest at
tending to let tho people see how
good looking they are. Mr. Iiich
avdaon does not propose to attend
tko canvass outside of his own dis
trict. Mr. Gault cannot take a part
as he is teaching the public school
here and of course cannot leave that.
Mr. Denny furnishes most of the
fun in the discussions. Messrs,
Watt and Ilandley are the leaders in
debate. There-aro no questions at
issue between the two sets of candi
dates, which makes the discussion
decidedly tame. The great benefit
of the canvass is that it will call out
a heavier vote than there would have
been otherwise, which vwll pay for
the trouble. The gre it desideratum
now seems to be to get the people to
vote. It will bo found that those
who stay away from the polls aro
generally honest and substantial cit
Z9n3 while the transiaut aadimai or
al classes always vote.
Send in the Election News,
Will some one of our subscribers
at each precinct pleaso send to us as
early as possible exaot reports of
the election next Monday? We will
wait until the Wednesday evening
train for election news.
H. W. Scott, one of the delegates
chosen by by the Stato convention
to attend tho National Republican
Convention, which convenes at Cin- j
cinati on the 14th of June, started !
East on the last steamer.
What Has Changed?
Two years ago tho people- cf
Washington county made up their
minds that they could no longer
stand the trickery and impositions of
the existing party organizations and
accordingly took a new departure.
The politicians were quick to see
how tho matter would end and wcro
soon found shouting in the lead for
reform. It was then "Resolved
that as farmers, mechanics and la
boring men, we cut ourselves loose
from all party obligations and rally
under a banner broad enough to em
brace all who favor just laws and op
pose cliques, rings, combinations of
monopolies, extravagance, and dis
regard of economy in county, State
Upon that broad platform were
found many of the most persistent
aspirants for office. Some of them
obtained the prize, others less fortu
nate "cut themselves looso" agiin
and got up another reform which did
not work well, nnd then they quietly
slipped back into the party fold,
some of them now boast of bad faith
with their "confusiouists."
I desire your space at this time
only to ask what has changed in the
political situation that any man who
put his hand to that declaration of
Independence should now bo a par
tisan, except in a few cases when
there is an cfii.'e in sight for self or
friend. The same corruption and
extravagance disgraces the nation
and tho State. The samo unscru
pulous men control party destiny
in the county and Stato. Let everv
man recall the pust for l.imstlf and
bo will bo satisfied that while the
principle of Independent voting has
done a great deal of good already,
it has only made a commencement
on the errors and abiue.s to be cor
rected. A speaker at Beaverton londjy
srid that the fees of officer had been
reduced, and seemed to think that
there w;is no more woik for Inde
pendents. Lot me call attention to
the fact that the men who accuse one
another of raising those fees four
years ago, are now controlling the
Ilcpublican party and are attempting
to obtain control of the Legislature
again; perhaps for the same purpose.
There m work for the Idepeud
ents to do and there will be work as
Jong as any one of those politicians
remains alive who got his ideas ot
polities under tho old i lea that "to
tho victors belong the spoils"
From An Idsneniont.
EpitorIndei-exdest: The election
is close at hand. The people of
Washington county will bo called
upon to do what? Let us pause and
think, and be honest with ourselves.
There are two political parties before
you. One is tho old wing of the
Republican party, the other is com
posed of persons who have previous
ly belonged to the Republican and
Democratic parties. Nov., let us see
what has caused this mixture, as
some call it. Is it because the two
great political parties aro pure, hon
est and working for the interests of
the people; or is it on account of the
corruption that exists in the rings of
both parties that has brought about
the present state of affairs? I think
that every honest man must admit
that the reasons for an Independent
move originated from tho fact that
both political parties had become
corrupt. Now the question arises,
what has tho Republic tn party done
to redeem it, and what excuse can
independent men make for support
ing it, if it has not done anything to
redeem it? elf. Then our duty isplaiu:
There are just as good reasons for
supporting an Independent move
now as there was two years ago.
It is reported that there will be
some "swapping" of votes on candi
dates in this county next Monday.
Wo hepe it will rot be done. The
prac tice is not honorable. If you have
a choice, vote it, and do not sell it,
though you can make votes tor some
one else you more particularly wish to
elect. Sacrifice no good man by this
plan in order to wreak personal or
political revenges, for that would he
puerile and unworthy of the man
hood and high aims of the franchise.
Vote for good men if you know they
will be beaten and do not corrupt
the suffiage by dishonorable "swap
The Clatsop county Independent
Convention nominated J. H. D. Gray
for Joint Senator with Tillamook,
R. Hamilton and II-Fisher for coun
ty commissioners, I. W. Case for
treasurer, II. Brailer for assesaor, H.
Geareai t for surveyor, an 1 W. 12.
' Dement for coroner.
Vikgixm, City, May 20. More
snow fell last night. The streets
are frozen hard this morning. It has
ben coming down iutermittingly
during the dav.
New Youk, May '20. Ben Holla
day's property at his "West Chester
county farm was sold yesterday at
sherill sale to satisfy judgments.
Nevada, May 20. A very unsea
sonable and severe snow s torm oc
cured hero last night. About six
inches of snow fell during the night,
causing great damage to fruit and
shade trees, many of which have
been partly or wholly, broken down
by the snow.
The Cheyenne papers after hum
bugging the people with Black Hills
are now endeavoring to direct atten
tentiem to tho Big Horn county.
i'niLAnFi.pniA, May 10. Wool in
active and prices unsettled ;but little
new wool arrived; Colra lo washed
18(j22; unwashed, 15(5: 17c: extra
and Merino pulled, 30(5 o"; No. 1
and superfine pulled, o2(5o lc; Texas
tine aud medium, 15(5 20c; coarse
15(5,l7c; California fine and medium
20(5l52c coarse 17(5.20.
May 20. Latest arrivals from
Black II ills to-day Alderman Nea
lon and J. D. May of this city -report
meeting liaynund's outfit on
Indian creek, then engaged in a
fight with Indians. The Indians suc
ceeded in capturing 35 head of sto;;k
which they were driving off. They
met about -100 men with SJ wagons,
at Hat crok, where Capt Eagan's
command had also haltud. Laavincr
Hat creel:, thev rod; into Fort Lir-
:i:nio unmolested. Tho gentlemen
are reliable authority and shite that
on White wood and D.-aluood creeks
the claims being siueossf ally work
yielding $10 to $12 to tha man; bat
beyond this distiict tho hostility and
oft-repeated attacks of Indians on
prospectors ha:; almost paralyzed the
efforts of minor
Serious trouble is anticipated in
Southwestern Colorado, conescquent
upon the Southern Ute. of whom
Ignacio is chief, having ordered all
the settlers to abandon their farms
and leave the lower Animans allow
The cause of ilissu'i.sf.ict ion on
A'tln, I'Kac itb'it lltlw.ll.rh t, l-
made a treaty witu the Lniteii rnales
three years airo. r.ariveinir to jive ui
the San Juan mining regions in con
sideration of certain annual payments
none of them have been rereivetl,
though th.'i Utes have faithfully ful
filied all their treaty oLliations.
The amount of trea'uro stolen
! from "Welhs Fargo & Co. at the sl:ie
rol.l)ery neai Hoise on Xovemher 10,
is73f was 7,0G'J It). Of this amount
j about 4,000 was iecovered since the
capture of the O.vyheo robbers by
Pn:r..DEErni,May 2?. There were
12,400 paying visitors present yester
day, and about the same number to
New Yokk, May 21. -An engagement
is reported near L is Cruees, Cuba
lasting all day, between the Spanish
forces and insurgents,- tho latter
being victorious. The Spanish loss
is said to be between 1,000 and 1,
500. Nr.'V YoiiX, May 2. Yesterday
v.'asaday of tiiuniph for Ulaine. Rc
pnblican conventions met in six diff
erent States, nnd intellect he swept
every one of them. Kansas, Nebras
ka, Minnesota, Missouri and Illinois,
seem to h ive gone for him, notwith
standing the fact that formal pledges
were not made, and although New
j Hamp-hire failed to instruct in his
j favor, seven out of ten delegates nie
in his interest. His friends are jubi
lant, and tho prospects, now are he
will receive tho nomination at Cin
cinnati. CrxciNN-vTt, May. 17 In the Dem
ocratic convention this evening, the
report of tho minority of the commit
tee on resolutions in favor of soft
money was adopted, 331 to oU0.
Considered a victory for Allen.
Svnta RvacAtTA, May 10. At the
anti-Chinese meeting held in thecitj
last evening, resolutions were unani
mously adopted by those present,
who pledged themselves not to pat
ornie any person using capital as
means of making a livelihood, who
gives prefereneo to Chineso labor
over that of whitG.
Chicago, May 1C Tho Tribune's
Sioux City .special says: Letters re-l-eived
here this morning from reli
able parties, dated Rlack Hills, April
' U'in- most dicouraging accounts
mi uiiiina in inai, coiiuirv. j.hj
lions are becomingl ve ry troublesome
frequently killing men at their own
doors, stea'ing horses and commit
ting other depredations. These let
ters say the stories of gold being
thero in paying quantities aro lies.
Provision are scarce and high and a
great many men are on verge of star
vation. Miners are leaving as fast
as they arrived a month ago.
Wheat is feO cents at Albany.
WAS I l'.GTO. COUNTY IN DE
For State Senator,
T. B. HANDLEY. U. DUSTIN. E. E.
For County Commissioners,
H. BUXTON, TIIOS. TUCKER.
For County Clerk,
For SLfi iff,
For School Superintendent,
DR. F. A. BAILEY.
J. a. ixirriN.
HENRY WEIIRING .
The undersigned having located his Card
ing n.aciin at tho place best known by the
name of Webb's Mill, two miles north of
Glencae, Washington County, Oregon,
where he is prepared to make rolls ami
bats to order. Bring on your wool in good
order, with one pound of grease to every
eight pounds of wool. Don't wish your
wool too clean.
S2GO, 2T2.oTClcl ! I !
Fifty dollars will Ik-pail hy the County
and One hutdrd dollars by the citizc r.-;.
tor the iprchensio and conviction of th'
person or persons who Initialized the h'toiv
of II. L. Murston in tat"U on or about
the ni,ht of the lit'u of May, l.7". Said
ii.ii -ties ar-i supposed to b the same v ho
toltJ two saddle: from the premises of Jo
stph Da is n:a r the to . n of flatten about
the said 13th dav of May. 1ST;.
( HAS. T. Tt.ier, Sherill' of Washing
ton county, Oregon. Myitl.
"BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT (r EXF.CTT-
& ti- m and order of sale issut d out of tl.
Cirewit t.'ouit if the State cf Oregon for;
Wasiiinetoii county in favor or Seth Iark-j
ham and against Ri' hai'd Kt Ity, dat 1 May i
2'2nd. ISTo, ami to im: directi d and d liv- ,
..k.il ... r i ( 1 1 1 -li ii 1 : ii i ' lii 1 1 . M:. t i i- lli.. i
;,; -ji it. js. coiTi, and .i.".l.roats, out of j
! tht- loJ.OWUlt
dese: ibed .tract or purcti i i
land, to wit
The holm stead claim of the said Rhh
ar.l K.liv beili- the N' of the N'i of S. c.
1'IS, IITiW. Th.rt fire by '.iriin- of'
said writ, I have levied upon s,-iid tract or!
parcel ol land ami on 1 r:.i iy th'' JUi iliy j
line. lih ilti on" o c lock I', in., at the !
Court House door in EH.-!-oro. Washington !
con nt v. Or :
ail the lL-l t. and inWriMi!
said liichard Keitv li.ii or had on tl
day cd May, i7i'., in or to the nhoe d. -Fcri'.M-d
ti:ict of land t i the hihe-t l iihli r
therefor, to satisfy :-.id execution and ac
cniim; cost .-i.
W.tne'js niv l.an 1 this 27th, day of May,
cms. t. Tozir.n. sii.-ritr,
Washim-iti-ii l.'oiiiitv Oi.-on.
Niiei is Sale.
Fy virtue of a writ of execution issaed
out "of the Circuit Court of tin- St:ite of Or
egon for Wufdiiimton comity dated May lUh.
Is7', and utte.-t. d hy A . Imelim Clerk of
aid court in favor of .larat s 11. Crush, and
against M. 1. Merries; for the sum of iao.
:;s, U. S. Jold coin, and !?:Jl.HJ coMs, to me
directed and commanding nie to ma!;e sale
f the follow inji ih-sciihtd trai t or parcel of
land to wit: "All of the tlm north half of
trie north-went ipiartir of section Oiic(J)
in Township three (') South IhuiL'e (2)
two west, heinq Kightr (S I) ucre.i, nmiv or
And on Saturday the 21th day of June
IS?!, at the hour of one o'clock p. in. of
said day. t.t the Court House door in the
town of l!illsKro, county and State afore
said. I will sell said tract or narcel of land
at puhlic auction t. the hihe.t ladder
therefor, C S. ,"dd coin, cash in hand to
satisfy said execution aii.l a -cr.'.in eo.-ts.
Witness my hand thi-i Kth dav of Mav,
1S7-5. CHAS. T. TOZ1KK,
Sheriff of Wnshiimtoii county Oregon.
A 1 m I ii i s I ra I s r's . 1 i r e.
Jotice is hen hy given that the under-
Kiinieil has ln-ni aipointeil ly the JI011.
t 'ount y ('omt of the State of Oregon for
V.isliint;ton county, administrator of the
estate of Ch s. (1. .Merri ll of said county
deceased. And all ja-rsons hating claims
against said state are hereoy notilied to
pit-sent the same for allowance within nix
months from the date hereof to the under
signed at his resilience in lhitte l'r.-einct in
said county, and- all persons imh-htnl t
said estate are hereby requested to make
DeWlf T C. MEKIH J.Ii.
Adriunistrator of the t.date of C'hns. G.
M'av 2 . 17C.
Slier ifl"! Sale.
BY VIRTUE OF A W1HT O? EXlXU
tion and order of sale issued out of the
Circuit court of the State of Oregon for
Washington county, dated May 30th. 187(1,
in favor of J. II. ltti.t and against Chas. F.
Drown for the sum of $2. 10".h,' U. S. coin,
tome directed, commanding nm to levy up
on and sell the following ih s -rihed tract of
land to wit: Dting alltiie don. land claitnof
J. II. Reed and Sarah J. his wife; - notifica
tion No. 1183, cevtiherue. No. :j,7:W ninl
claim No. 40, excepting thne hundred
and ei?ht and 98-100ths ivr 8 sold prior to
Mav iMth, 1872, to A. II. Johnson nr.d
Kieliard 1'erkins; all of said mortgaged
tract of land lying so itli of th-? Tortl md
road to Harris Rridtje in sections 18 and I'J,
T1S, R 1 W, in Washington county Ore
gon and containing 335.70 neres, more or
les. And ou Friday the 3!)th day of June,
1H70, at 2 o'clock p. ni. at the Court house
door in Ilillhoro. county and State afore
saiit. I will sell the alove described tract of
land at puhlic auction to the highest bidder
for U. S. coin, to satisfy said execution and
Witness my Land this Mav 31st. 1876.
CHAS. T. TOZIEK.
"Washington county, Oregon. junlwl.
$4. tw 5$20 per day at home. Samples worth
?1 free! Stinsou "k Co., Portland Main,.
NEW A I) VERTIS KM NTS.
WASHINGTON COUNTY HE
PUBLIC AN TICKET.
For State Senator,
A1IIO S. WATT.
D. M. C. C.AULT. C. T. TOZIEK,
T. II. DENNY.
For County Commissioners,
T. W. THOMPSON', GEO. C. DAY.
ii. b. morgan.
For County Clerk.
J. B MATHEWS.
For Tn asurr r,
C. D. WILCOX.
J. Q. A. YOUNG.
For SjVrI SuMrint.'Tid ;u t,
FROF. J. V. liOl'.IJ.
W. E. SMI III.
C. W. MEEK.
S. HUGHES, FOItESr GROVE, 0GN,
L'KSTi:i: hlLXl illIT.
COLLI . s ( '..s 7 TKF.L,
ttu.l ;Ai.ia:xrjTl' I 'LOWS.
n.iixd- I'jciri'- w.i-;oxs;
rj'.wkiis. ioir;;' .f- 77 ;;. u r-::s;
I'M-ll-'h' FAX .!.';
; u:'i.srix; o- s of all fix us.
HTIF.r.F k IIR.WV 1IARIWARF.;
l'Ai:.MFl;:.i .v dl.fll VMC; TOOLS;
A IT'LL AND ( O.Ml'i !:TR STOCK. OF
POORS. RASH, Mo, LI'INTiS; I'AINTS,
OILS. BRl'SIi F.S, VARNISH;
WIN'JM V. ;i. VSS;
WJIJTJXt;. and CRMLNT;
ALL at t .e LOV.'cST MARKET RATES.
AiJiai iiiliiitor's ?.lif.
y ' i 1 1 1 . I .-j
5 GIVES THAT
X- tI tli-- ut.d-i-I-'i!.-d I
IS Will ll' S Ii 11 li ac-
i i-n'.idt as .tuiiinii-u.tt'.r o
I est :te of .faroli V 1 1 t 1 -. i 1
. 'i i .f t be
b -e i d, in tlii
of Oregon for
Coiiiity Co.nt ul the sta
W :ist-ii.'.;:on l.-ul.tv, ami that W eiliies.t.i
aft. v the !n,t M,ni.ty in June, A. 1'iTii.
at 10 o'el'.ck a. In., has be, a set by f-aid
Comt for the i aiiii!i i!ioii (In r of.
i-pi-JMv. -1 T IIgs. Jl. TONGUE.
rjTMit: rMi:nf;xr!) has run sai.i:
-3- sei ral 1 -arms ami a lar;,c untouiit of tirt
class, unimprov. d land, lyia in W:ihhin-!
ton C'onnty, Oregon.
Imiiiirantd and otrn rs
der-ain to purchase
Would do Well to c;iv
nie a call.
Now is tho time to
honus on c-r.r-y
tiios. i). iilmipiii:i:vs-
Hn-i-SRono. June 21,th, 1875. jl'l-tf
Furniture Piian'f Co,
Si-ccfssot:s to I .MII.I.OWI.NSTF.IN A Co.
am. Ill liiilillN SHIN Did li.
Manufacturers and Importers, Wholesale
ami li. tail ieah rs in Furniture, Bedding,
Carpets, Paper-Hingins, Utl-Cloths,
Mirrors, etc. etc
VVarerooms: Cor. Yamhill & First
Sts. Steam Factory Cor. Madison L
Front Sts., Portland. Oregon.
CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE
t ? citizens of HlLLSCOjiO and vital
ity to the fact that we have our summer
stock of furniture, also carpets, oil-cloth and
Widl-papf r which we oiler at great I v reduced
prices. To the d rangers we would say buy
furniture of this house made from cur
Oregon ush. maple and aider. We do rmt
keep Pine and Redwood furniture made in
California. And if you want a first rate
Spring l d. Wool, Ha'ir. or Pulu matt ass.
everything at thi establishment is clean
new and fresh, not a Kuml of second-hand
material used. The Oregon I'liriiiturt Man
ufacturing Company in managed by men
who have spent the Inst part of tliir lives
in building up the furniture businsn in Or
gon and we claim 4o know the wants of the
furniture trade. See and price our yoods.
We warrant satisfaction.
Oregon Furniture Manuf Co.
dec!51v Portland, Oregon
5? y7-.t y--
OTICE is HEREBY GIVEN THAT. BY VIRTUE OF A WARRANT ISSUED,
JL out o( th County Court of the State of Oregon for Washington county, uttt-Mt
id by the Clerk of Hiud court on tho 11th day of May, 17(1, una to inn directed com
maiming iue to collect delinquent taxcn for the year iSto, and for want of personal prop-
city, 1 wail Kell at public uulHuu at the Court house door in tho town of Ihllsboio in wild
County, on Monday the iioth day of June, l(7i, the following described tract or parcel'
of land or so much thereof a may bo necessary to satisfy the taxi thereon, together with
cost and charges.
Sale to continence at 10 o'clock a. m., nnd continue from duy to day until all tho luud,
CHAS. T. TOZIEK, Sheriff of Washington County, Oregon.
HilLsWo May FJth.'lSTC.
Abercombie, 1. M.. . .
Atkinson, J. S
Adeook, W. B
Bones, ii. B (estate.) ,
Baker, S. N
Jiugbce, D. S
Fait of W.
a I, T 1 N, R
.s. 'i, s. j:.
of see. 11, X
.10 ai l es
Reck, W. W. V. p t I't.id ion'i
lianasner, tieo., own donation, nees '2o and
cits, G. V Reawitou
RarntK, Isaac part Ij. Hall
Caruthera', 1 imceHt ir) . . ' ot J. i o 'l s ion.,j i a, i, i , am, . . j tsi)
Comer, J. A pait S rVU'f ioii.,N. R. m-c. 27, T 1 N, R 1 W, lilu acrew;
j .ut J. A. Ni kuni H don., we. '27, T J ., R 1 W, 120 Helen, 10
Colenjan, W. T pa.t S. 't and p t N , O. S. Hall don., m-c. 2, T 1 S, R 1 VV,
i. hj acre Q'jo
Caiter, C M N. W. corner Wdcox don., mv. 'M, T 1 N, R J w, 7o acre. , ., t GO
(dclnuiens, C M.. .T 2 , R J W, IGUaercs ; 7 'J2
Cantouwiiie, R.tminor), pait J. Vaumt' donation, T 1 , R 2 w, b(J luren, 4 yy
DuUenson, Mis. S. R., ii.-irsof :'t wife' pait J. 1 neluusou's deli., T 1 h, R 1 w,
Ra-aii, J. II., own donation, T 2 h, R 2 w, li2) aen s u m
Rdv.u-ds, A. C part own itonati.ni, i I k, R d w, Uteres, 13 2J
fain. W. I)., N. ' ol W. Allen don.itiou, tee. W, T 1 , itj w, lOJ acres y yj
I'oi.l, llios.. pait ol the T. Ail-.ii donation, T i s. R i h, ol ucrt-a 4 1'i
liray, J. ? tt Hunihi-r donation, m-c. 1, 'J' 2 h, R -i w, il-HJ w-rm, b 17 i
Gallon, W. 1... Vf.in!; and Jas. Cornwall donation, m-c. 2.1, V I s, Jl 1 w, 210 ucre It b.i
lieiuleion. John, bic. -'. T 1 h, R 3 w, ltii iicivk j jq
Hurt, A. W, put own donation, Me. It. T 1 n, R 1 w, M aeies 41
Hancock, H. i:., S. w. .' j, m-e. 11, T 1 K, R 2 w, biijiu-rcs c 01)
Hill. V. II., l'..le:t (j.ot , W alk- l 's addl t loll , Jl)
J..hnsoii. .J., lots I, 2 fed 1 in ''ik 7; ninl ) t lot in bk 12 ... lu 3J
Jviu,, Amos, m-c. o", T 1 N, R 1 w, hO hcii-h h i
HaiOau-h, Ladd ii' 1 lltoll ni-iits), part
1 N, K J w, R;'. acles
i Laughlin, John, lUavulou n.ill, bee, 1,
j l.in.Mgiuil, John, p.ut ot wife's ilon., tcri. 11
J.ovi rieii, Jic-njaluin. t'l l.ti I lib . one uclc
! jliaof, Mrs., i 1 h, I; I w, ;u ucus,
i Mar.ih.dl, part Jl.iski-ii donation. T 1 n. Jt
Mai tin, J. L..palt ol (', J. Riillock'rt douatloji, 'I J S, 11 A v, tiU juris,
Maxoii, J. li.. Conn lius, lot.- H and'.',
M i'oland, J:.. m e. 1 I. I' 2 s. It 3 w, J aen-s, .
.Ni.-ki-tt, l.ilir.an, part .. S. K.dl don , see-. 2, i' 1 s, li I w, li,) were.
Niekum, Susan, part of Nu-Iaun's donation, hcc. 2, T 1 N, R 1 w, loi) ncii-K, , . , ,
Nolaiid, lleiny.i m its ol ; p.ut 11 . .Sol ual dou., m-c, 22, T 1 h, R 2 w, IH acre, ,
i'oiter, L. A., pai I of W. M..l.i-s donation, T 1 N. It 3 w, J3.j acn h,
i'e.usoiis, Wni.S., paitof 'i In s. i'l aison's don. m-c. 31, i' 1 N, R 1 w, RitJucn-M.
Reuion.s, J. I'., wit of Ihos. 1'i arnon'h don., been. 3 and 35, T 1 S, li I v,
l'tars-ns, IRnry, N. v.-. ' of sec. 3-. T J N, R 2 w, bill acn , , ,
O'.Ml homestead, sec. 3 I, 1' 1 .N, R 2 W, 'i'J acl i -l
I I'crkins, (.', part ot Lod.ei-man's ilon. tUoi),
i I. il I. ! .....I u i.. . 17
i il.Uul'UJ li, Ullil i.., Il-ll " iliin u 111 c i , Hi
3 and 4 in sic. 3;h
1 and - ill si c. 3, 1
N. E. '4 of S. w
l; 1 w, m adc-,
ll. s. E. of sec. 1,
:t, 1 - s, R 1 w, -.oo acres,
Rid.-r, G ",. sc.-
R -iv.-uoiid, it. C
South ! ot N. E. of
Seelbilai- 1, .1. Eii Irti, s. c. 'J.'t. I 2 S, R 1
; Smith, Josi i h, pait ol L. M. Gosin-y' loii.,
Su.ith, 1. I'', .d. Hardy il uiatn.ii, sec,
Sk-.lton, lhiiily, N. lj.
lii, i i h,
Miodra.ss, .Mary 1., (,u niiUliowii owners), Winter , don. J 1 h, K - w, 'S20 aeret Id o0
Sch.i.itiau, 1 .nm 1, part of 1 . ,S ha-.tian's d on., nee, 2i, 'i' 2 h, 11 1 w, U0 acrcN, , , G lit)
Stc-l!SOU, li. ., i Ole,t IJ.OVe, Jot Ml. !' 'd
Se'.vi 11, New loll, see. -I, T 2 f. li .f w. K) on h 'J o,)
!iiitli. ' . J., at t of Johnson dona! ion, ki e. I'J, 'J' II s. ll .1 w, hilmni 4 ;j
JYis, IlililT, alt J. 1-leycr's doiia;i -m, m-.-s. (He'd. T I n, j; ,j vc, Ml iuTch, . . .l 20
iiinri.is -J. A.. 1'uii C. J.e,,s lion .i ii iii, I 1 h, li 2 v. , 1 l in-ii h, K2 oO
TuUr, lb my, sic 12, T 2 , li I w, Maovs, 4
i 'imiupson. Mis. M. A., pait 01 " W. C. Cliem tti .s d n., T 1 h, li 1 w, rj'i iicn-h. . , 'J lid
I'u!. iiu i o-, m i ;i'1dI .1 . ;;'. d' 1 h, Jl d w, 'i I I ai 1 1 s, . , in o,
put el. S. Itrvaiit'rt donation, hich. Ju and II, d' - Ji 1 w,
V... ihn. T. M.. beavi r lots ;i. 1. r and ;,
V ictor, ill-,;. I .', school land, t.t is Hi and J 1 .
" " m cs lli and 17,
Vill. v, IN tej part of J. llrashe.u '1 don., hie
Whit' , liich ird, 1' 2 s. li 1 w, 1-. t acn k
Wdliainsoii. Join.. TL os. J.i-vi rich donation,
Wil y.t'n l-. h a -4e.il. I 1 s, 11 I w, 1J a re
Ward, J. P.. Von st tiiove, lot 1, blk l',
W . '.S, Joiiath-in. m'. 17, T 1 s, li 3 w. 110 aeres,
A. Y- Bovce,
rirf 30 13 X'u 1 s m
s pn pared to do all kinds of l ntal wofk
h is a line I leiital iiair. ul
i:tii'i- SiM-ii v!
Which renders tooth-pulling comparatively
l'r-A'f M'.'iL :n i,iiil.
Ol -'FIl'K adjoining the Postoflice in Hills.
a la)' id home. A'-' nts wanted. Out
tit and ti l ins free. IllL'EiV CO., Augusta,
.Mi inc. ,'ptl.ivl
I.OOK HERE ! !
in the Grocery line, from
a barrel of Suar down to a Nut Meg;
Or anytMng kept in a First-Class Gro
cery S'orc. Call at the Post Office
and get them cheaper than ever.
I Mean Hii-iiiess.
W. D- Pittenger.
THE TIW STORE.
j. iicllkh. ikoiiui:toii.
tjx w ith:,
11 AlU U'AIIF,
Tin Ware nnd Stov Pipe constantly
on" hand or made to order. Fitting and re
tirwg duixt. Water l'ijs luid, ttc., ttr,
Hilloboro, Oregon. marlCiu3
Pksct.iitton. of Land Tax,
West J ot X. E. -i of we. C, T R K 80 acre,
South -f S. K. U of ec. Hit, T.--R., HO acre,
.'Fart of Hail Don., see, 17, T 1 X, R. 1 W, HO acres,
Sees. 21 and -J, T. 1 S., R. I V,t '':! acres
Fait H. B. Bone don., T 1 N., R. 1 W,, undivi
did i of bl acres
Own iioiuf t.teit.1, see. yii, T J S, R 2 V, I'M acres
Fortcr s don., sees. "J7, '24, 'Sd aud
3 NV . 100 acres
and !:.; of x. w. yA ot s. u. :
l S, R 1 V , l-JOwrUs
. 6 Xli
.Fart of Barton's Don.. T I S, R W, llOaerei
lJrowu'fcOon.'Tl S, li J W, Hi) aeien, 2'J 70
don., k c. 15, T 2 S, R3 W, 1U iter', '2 471
'2h and '2', T 1 k, R J w, IJJU aerei, , . 1J M
l.ois o an-i 1 in tJU 0, value, fj.),
" 1, ',;, 7 and H. blk J2 value, $G0,
" V and N, blli ."i, value, 20;
-,bll .iJ, value. ,,U:
,hlk value. 3 38". '
s don., T 1 S R. 1 U', .Jo uer H 5;,
ol 1.. and J. ioun ,' doll., hc-c, 31, 1
1 acii s,
and 12, 'I 1 Ji 2 w, lO.'i m-n-H, . . .
t M, l"S m-i. ,
1 Is, R 1 w, 31 act,
'I' I kt It ... -Iw i .
k m .1 , . ,ii , ,
i 1 s 112 v, di acr s,
2 s, li 1 vv, II acres
N. w. of s. E. ' of m-c. 7, T 2 ,
H, li .1 W, bO 11111.4,
sec, T 2 s, Ji 1 w, HJ Here.,.
:i ; i
W, I Hi ill les, ,
m c. 3 , 1 1 N. It 1 w, hi) m ri k, , ,
i' 1 s, R 1 w, ;i'l ui lea,
i: i w, n; j i
Mi. 2 ,
'1 I JI 2 v, I 15 Hi res
'I' 1 h, K I w, J;o acres
js, 'p 1 ,( j W( Oiu icm,
T 2 , li 2 w, .'JU aen-H
2 47 y.
T. A. JIAILKV, M, D.
Phyael-ii Surgeon nnd Accouclieur.
on-TCF,-it the Drug Stor.
lii;SIii:NCj;-Thieo UlocU Routh' c(
Drus ritore, nl :yl
DOC 'TOIl It. PRYt E,
Pliyician and Surgeon.
OrnrK AT r.KslIiKXCK NKA.Il WahUIKOTO
UolKl., llll I.sIl'Hio, Oregon,
VU,SON HOW I.HV, 31. D.
PIi)i l.in mid SurgTun,
roittvr (iiiovi:, .... citK(;o.v,
OlTTCF.--At LU Pchhtcpcc, West o
Johusou'H Planing Mill. aVJ:.y
V. II. IIAMHJIV,
ATTOUSEY AS I) COVXSELLOR
OITTCF.-In the Court IIpMtft, Hillsboro,
C. A. HAM..
a r t o h x j: vs.at-la
2'. 1 TFXTS 0 IS TA XFD.
No. 0 Dektim'H P.loek,
POUTLAND, OHF.dO. n ly
Catlin S. KHIln,
I TTOJtSEVS A SD CO UXSELOI)
AT I, AW.
lelinm'n lluilding, First Street,
THOMAS H. T0NQTIE,
A 1 1 o r 11 c 1 .nt.hnwi
llill.boio. Washington County, Oregon.
tiios. d; iUMiiim:Ys.
XOTAnY VVULIC and COXyEYAXCKR
J4V.QXII pnpfr tlrawn and eollfction
made. ltwiiieis e ntnihtod to hit care at;
ended to promptly.
OFFICIV V.wCnnrt Houm 3:n
JAMES WITHYC0MBE, r
Veterinary 8 u r B e o nr
HIIXSIORO, - m m m OREO ON.
"irlnftrmary Kept for Ilompn. f 15 per
mouth will ba tho charge for any prdinary
H ( . t -
MTift l ilJM"HiLl!JMMlt Ji- W3