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About Washington independent. (Hillsboro, Washington County, Or.) 1874-18?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1876)
Thursday Angust 31, 1876."
VT1LL THE W STSIDE RAILROAD BO
wua r is no or a le
Last year, through the skillful
management of Hon. J. Gaston,
Ben HollaJay & Co. wero forced to
agree to build first-class stations at
Hillsboro and Forest Grove in time
to move the fall crop, in considera
tion of getting a suit (the State of
Oregon ex rel J. Gaston et al vs
Ben Holladay et al, then pending,)
dismissed from the circuit court.with
the right of way through Mr. XV.
Simmons and A. T. Smith's lands,
and donations in land at Forest
Grove and Hillsboro for stations and
warehouses. H. Y. Thompson was
then Prosecutiug Attorney for thin
district. He appeared as a niediatoi
and a peace-maker between the liti
gants, and all for the love that he
bore tho dear people. He drew up
the instruments whereby tho right
of way for the railroad was given
and certain property was transferred.
Mr. Simmons put tho deed granting
the right of wnv for the road thro'
Hillsboro and the use of a valuable
tract of land to tho company, into
ihe trust of Mr. Thompson as an at
torney with instructions not to deliv
er the same until instructed to do so.
But ho gave up tho deed to the com
pany, in flat violation of these in
structions, and Mr. Simmons was?
thereby swindled out of his proper
ty and his rights. The suit was dis
missed at tho request of Mr. Thomp
son, and tho law firm of which he
was a member received o00 from
Gaston and others for services. The
railroad company won, and got the
right of way through Simmon'
property and the usfc of a large body
of land for nothing except whaL
they paid the harpies of the law to
defraud the owner.
?Cbw will the new company these
German owners of the road hold
this property, out of which one of
our citizens has been swindled, ond
mako no restitution, or will they
fulfill tho canditions of that deed,
basely -Surrendered to the former
company by Thompson & Co? The
time is short for you to declare, by
vorL.i, what you intend to do in
this matter, gentlemen; for the Leg
islature will meet in a few days
when railway corporations in this
Stato will find that they are common
carriers and will bo compelled to
accommodate- the people who gave
them their present powers and privi
leges. The peoplo who made you
can unmake as easily. The peo
ple of this county have been led
to believe that 3011 would deal just
ly with them and they have not giv
en up that hope jet, a? jou have al
ready discontinued the unjust dis
criminations against certain points
along tho route. All that Hillsbo
ro asks of you is to fulfill the condi
tions of that deed, surrendered to
your predecessors r,ct liasely, and to
guarantee to tho citizens of tho dis
trict that you will take any freight
delivered to you at this station-.
This you ought to do as common
carriers for all the towns along your
route, and will have to do if this
Legislature shall perform its bound
en duty to the people.
The Benton Dcmoi-rat says of the
approaching senatorial election:
"Southern Oregon will press tho
claims of Judgo Brim, Eastern
Or. will present tho name of James
H. Slater, while in the Willamette
valley may bo found J. W. Ncsraith,
Judge Bonham, Judge Burnett and
Gov. Grovtr; all men whose talents
and characters cntitlo them to court
eous consideration at the hands of
the Legislature. Whilo other lo
calities are pressing tho claims of
those for whom they feel a prefer
ence, the upper portion of the Wil
lamette valley with Douglas and Coos
counties strongly favor the election
of Judge Burnett, who is a man by
far too straightforward to attempt
to manipulate caucus, but is, in nil
that entitles a rasn to consideration
and preferment, the peer of any in
Prof. Baldwin, the "Kxposer of
Spiritualism," did not expose it to tho
satisfaction of George Lawson. Mr.
Lawson wants Baldwin to explain
hdw a heavy piano can bo moved
across a room without any visible
The Sunday Welcome wants Gov
ernor Grover elected to the U. S.
Michael O. Kerr, Speaker of the
of the house of Representative 13
PETITION FOR LICENSE.
Mr. K. E. Wiley of this place gives
notice that he will ask the 'county
court at its next session to grant him
license to sell liquor by the drink.
nd it is reported that he has se
cured a majority of the legal voters
in the precinct. A remonstrance
has also been circulated, but is not
signed bv more than 50 or 75 names.
If the court should grant such li
cense to any man in the town who
would at all deal in the business,
Mr. Wiley is the man to havo it.
He has kept an orderly Baloon here
hitherto, has not persuaded young
men to drink, and has not, he in
forms us, allowed any gambling ex
cept in .1 small way, as for drinks,
nuts. etc. And ho has lived here
among the people from the begin
ning of the place, and is regarded
by all as a fair man in his business
transactions and liberal in matter
of public enterprise and private ben
efaction. But we hope his petition will be
defeated. We were requested to
sign his petition but did not do it,
-imply because we are opposed to
selling whisky at all. It is the
curse of every country and tho bant
of every race that use it as a bever
age. This is admitted and there is
no use of discussing this branch ot
question. But tho point under dis
cussion in this particular case in thi:
community is. Does selling whisky
by the drink increase intemperance
as compared with selling it by the
bottle? Men of experience are
found on both sides. Men whose
judgment and observation would
not be questioned in other matter
as simple assert that Hillsboro,
Centerville and Cornelius are exam
pies in themselves of the increase oi
drunkeness and rowdyism by sell
ing liquor by the small. But with
out goiug into this branch of tht
discussion extensively, for wliich we
have n it'iertime nor space, it&eems
to us that the simple fact that sa
loon men and the diinkiug class fa
vor selling by the drink, is a pretty
strong presumption that is both the
most profitable and tho most jJeamnt
mode of dealing in it, and hence
would increase intetuporanee.
The point that the amount paid for
the license is an argument in favor
of tho petition is no point until it is
proven that selling by the small doc s
not increase iutemperance. If it
does increase it then the license
money would be blood money the
sign of a criino.
As strong an argument against
the proposal made as any is the dai
ly example of a class of our
citizens going to tho saloon one,
two three times a day to drink.
When they buy by the bottlo
they come only once in a awhile and
do not make drinking a habit. Tlie
daily drinking of liquor is what cre
ates the appetite, not tho occasion
THE PARTY LAS II.
Tho Portland Standard is plying
the party lash over the shoulders of
rccalcritrant Democrats quite lively
who do not wish to go into caucus.
Put on golden, crackers, Tony, and
strike about the breeches pockets
and that will change their opinions,
or at least their purposes. Yet, not
withstanding the cupidity of men,
Tony, you and your master Grover
will find that there will bo enough
virtuous Democrats together with
Republicans and Independents in
tho coming Legislature to send Nes
mith or aa Independent man to the
U. S. Senate.
The Greek subjects of the Sub
lime Porte are making trouble. A
riot has occured at Retimo between
tho Greeks and Turks in wbich sev
eral persons were killed and wound
ed. A Turkish fleet was despatched
to the Hceno of tho difficulty to
squelch tho Christians.
Lawtess, the scoundrel who has
been engaged in San Francisco in
procuring young girls for houses of
ill-fame in Portland, has been found
guilty of abduction.
The National Greenback party
have nominated a full State ticket
Gamtox, Aug. 29th, 1S76.2
The farmers and people generally are la
lwrin under a g"" mistake in regard to
the recent change made in tariff rates by
the O. C. C. R. Co., and some of the farm
ers are hauling their grain to Portland, ow
ing to the supposed advance in charges.
In justice to the R. R. company, I would
state that the freight charges are really less
than they were last year. From this Sta
tion the fre ight on a car load of grain (ten
tons) is 13e per 100 pounds, the same as
it has been heretofore. On merchandise
in quantities less than a car load it is so
classified that the charges are considerably
less thua they ever have been before.
II. L. Haesios
THE CITY RIFLES.
The Pomp and Circumstance o! Glori
Last Thursday the City Rifles,
who came out to Cornelius on Mon
day on ata ei shotirg excursion,
marched back to the Metropolis.
On Tuesday night they gave a ball
at Hoffman's hall in Cornelius when
they tripped the light fantastic
toe as only the boys in blue
know how to do. And the shrill
clarion of the cock that crew the
morn still found them pouring down
the juice of the festive corn. Only
two ladies wero in attendance and
only three fights occurred, making it
rather dull for the boys in blue. An
inebriated civilian became noisy and
insulting and another "civ" hit him
on the snout and that knocked-up
proboscis appeared on the streets
next day cemented together with
court plaster. Two more "civs" had
some words in the ball room and
were quashed the luanagir, when
they went outside and had a lively
ame of fisticuffs. A member of the
Washington Guards and the Cap
tain also had a little amusement
it punch brothers, punch with care
lessness), punch the nose of the
Captainairc, when one of tho drum
mers of tho City Iliiles relieved the
allant Captain and punched the
W. G. in a way that all (who come
out second best) despise. Then the
Captain got even on the W. G. by
shutting him up in the guard house.
The feathered trile in Cornelius
is total'y demoralized. A long
legged Dominica rooster only, was
left to tell the tale (which was pull'd
out) of a campaign so brief and u
tight so gory, and when last seen he
was making railway time up the
lane toward Forest Grovo. He evi
dently had concluded to take hi
jhances among the preachers for tin
remainder of his earthly life. On
the night that the City liitles camp'd
at this place T. B. Handley's water
melon patch was robled. The
melons were green, which they had
no business to be on such important
occasions'. The company marched
through the principal streets in
town before starting to Cornelius,
to make tho people "stick their ever
out," their "bagonehs" aud regimen
tals (and noses) blazing in the sun
light, followed at the tail end by a
small boy in shorts carry ing a car-
pet-ba;, who w;s supposed to lo either on
tho '"kinchin l;y," or was th;it part of the
ipiarteruiaster'a department sometimes de
tailed to c.irry the sivik-bite" remedy,
the "wipes" mill the company towel. A
Soldier" of tho company writing to the
IWf tells Low tho country folks ojcned
their mouths and stuck their eye out as
the City liitles inarched 1y the farm housejs
wLic'a is probuLly tiue, as the farmer do
not we more than two or three donkey at
a time out in this part of the State.
Bei.gr de. Aji". 25. Tho Turks
yesterday made three desperato at
tacks on Servian positions at Alex-
inats, and some of the Servian bat
talions lost more than a quarter of
their strength. Several Russians
officers were killed. The Turks al
so lost heavily, being exposed to a
cross fire of artillary from entrench
ments. Gen. TchernayolT, who com
mands the army of tho Servians in
persons, succeeding in repulsing
the Turks on each occasion. The
Turks renewed the attack early this
morning, and were repulsed along
the whole line and fell back two
kilometers. Gen. Tchernayoff is
understood to Lavo decided in the
event of defeat to fall back on Bele
grade. Ouqrija on Moravia river,
I103 also been fortified as third line
London, Aug. 20. A special to
the Daily X-n- from Belgrade says
Gen. TehernayolTtelegraph to Prince
Milan that the Servians won a great
victory Thursday. Gen. Ilovalivitch
abandoned pursuit of the Turks at
Tresibaba and attacked tho rear of
the Turkish right wing. Thchernay
ofT at tho same time attacked them
in front. The Turks were routed
with great loss, and according to
TchernayouTs dispatch 15,000 were
killed wounded and taken prisoners.
Thirty-one Russian oflicers were
killed in this battle.
Moxtgomeky Ala., Aug. 23. The
third and most destructive crop of
caterpillars made their appearance
in great numbers throughout the
Belgrade, Aug. 23. Gen. Tcher
nayoff, on Tuesday sustained repeat
attacks of the united forces of Fyob
Pasha and Kerim Pasha, who were
endeavoring to take Alexinatz. The
Turks to the number of 50,000 were
repulsed in all directions. The bat
tle was recommenced early Wedens
day, and up to the present moment
the Servains maintain their position.
London, Aug. 22. The Bucharest
correspondent of the Xeic, who ec
companied Schuyler in his investi
gations, says Baring's report of sixty
villages burned and 12,000 people
killed in Bulgaria does not include
the outrages committed in tho dis
trict north of the Balkans nor in dis
trict Sophia. Forty villages were
burned north of the Balkan moun
tains and 70 south. Schuyler has
not completed his investigations,
but estimates the number, killed at
70,000 in the district of Phillopohs
alone. The regular troops were
more cruel than tho Bashi Bazouks
No doubt the massacres were com
mitted with the sanction of the au
thorities. The outrages continue
to occur and the government of Phil
lopolis wants cavalry to quell the
Musselmen. Schuyler tbiuks- there
is immediate danger of additional
massacres, and will suggest to the
government the following measures:
The hanging of four leaders in these
atrocities; the disarming of Mussel-
meu and tho rebuilding of the
burned vilages at government ex
pense, for these measures cannot
be left to the authorities. Schuyler
will propose a foreign commission
to see that they are excuted.
STATE AND TERRITORIAL.
There were 32,1508 paid admissions
at the Centeuaial exhibition on the
Eight hundred ounces of gold
dust arrived at Dead wood, in Black
Hills on the 25th.
A Mechanics Hall is ordered to
bo built on tho State Fair grounds
for the use of the Agricultaral So
eiety, whose dimensions are to be
Court convened in Seattle last
Monday with a very long docket.
The Trtlmne says the judgn charged
the grand jury very strongly, creat
ing by his plain, distinct, unmistak
iblo utterances on tho subject of
lotteries and the like a very marked
The latest news by tho Marl- Hill
I'ioitrrr, published at Dead wood.
is encouraging bevoim measure
Kifiht hundred ounces of jrohl dust
arrived in this city to-diy. Yester
day a solid jiiWe of quartz was con
signed to the Pacific coast for exhi
bition which bristles with free gold
all over. It weighs 2 pounds an 1
is estimated to contain $100 in gold.
Tlr's is from tlie Alpha mine, ami
qieeimon of the s:irne oro are now
on exhibition in Philadelphia.
"Wheat is now freighted from "Wal
lula to Astoiia for $7 per ton, or
about 20 cents a bushel.
Seattle received a ease of smallpox
bv the ('if f I'aiMHiitt on her last
trip from San Francisco.
The peach crop in V"alla Walla
which w:vs not goil last year, is sawl
to im; immense tins season.
The Walla Sfaryntan says: Mr
Robert Kennedy has just made his
titjal clean up on about 400 acres,
know as ths Baker's BJuiT, just east
of our citv, heretofore considered
worthless for farming purposes.
Mr. Kenncdv snvsthat he lets sucked
from the alkove land 13,9S( bushel
of good clean wheat, or a little over
twenty-two and one-half bushels to
the acre, and this, too without anv
irrigation. The rrand total of
wheat raised from his several farm
will amount to tho snug little tsuiu
Tlie are only live eases of smallpox
at Milhvaukie, says the JW'y '"".
All are of a mild type and under the
medical care of Dr. Morris of Ore
.1. G. Meleri Co. of Astoria completed
the boxing f their salmon fur the season of
IsTiI. on Mond.iy last. Th whole number
of cast s put up w:ts 2,(l .
It i reported in the 0!ijmj,iti thtt wn pa
tients, woman and child, arc .nr; with tlie
small-pox on l' oistfoit rtirij. They were
passengers by thf Jpft x L. Stjtit'i,t iu a
recent trip to I'ort! oid.
Thcelet'n of n State Sen tVr to till iho
vacancy n the distrii t composed of Clatsop,
Col'Unbia and Tillamook counties, will be
hetd 011 the 1 1th of Septcmler. the d ay on
which the Oregon legislature is to meet.
The man Iunn, who came by the Meant
from San Francisco and took th kiiimII-)hix
near KoseUirg, h is-hiiiic died w ith the dis
ease. JraHshoppcrs have destroyed the crops on
Farmers ar Rt ic'iin iheir straw in the
vicinity of McMitinville.
Clinton Macy living nrir Harrisburg has
harvested nn han I red mid thirty six
bushels of wheat from three acres. Kustcru
jiapers please copy.
The Corvallis (iazettc says: "During th
past week J. W.McCnlly, Jl. Haiti ss mid
W. J5. Hamilton have been canvassing mnotig
the farmers of I'enton county, and in less
than live days ttueceeded in gelt ing freight
to tl amount of T'J.HW bush Is pledged.
Sheriir s Sale!
BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXECU
tion issued out of the Circuit Court of
the State of Oregon, for Washington coun
ty in favor of trt orge l?ell and against Mary
4. Hell for tlie Mini of twenty-two and SK-t
KM dollars(J"2.!H) costs which judgment
was enrolled and docketed in the 4 jerk's
office of said county on the 2tHh day of May,
Therefore by virtue of said w rit 1 did on
the 1 Ith day of August, I7o, duly lew 011
the following descrilcd tract or parcel of
land to wit: The one undivided one third
part of the following descrils d jwircel of
laud situate in Washington county, Oregon,
to wit: The East half of the donation land
claim Is, iuid d and descrilied as follows;
Beginning at a jwunt 1".77 chains East and
3.12 chains North of the South-West conn r
of Section 1, T 1 N, R 4 W. an 1 running
thence South 43 chains; thence West .'17. -V
chains; thence North 4 t.H chains; thence
East .'i''.H7 chains to the place of ltcginning
containing One Hundred and Fitty-Niue
and 87-liN) acres more or less.
And on Saturday the 2;M day of Septem
ber, 1,S7. at 2 o'clock p. m.. of said day at
the Court House djr in Hillslxtro in "naid
countj'. I will sell said tract of land, or all
the right title and interest the said Marv O.
Rell has or had in and to said tract of land
on the said 2'Jth day of May, I7C, nt public
auction to the highest bidder thereor cash
in hand to satisfy said execution and accru
Witness my hand this Aug. 14th 1876.
Sheriff of Washington county, Oregon.
NOTICE I JIKKEIJY GIVEN THAT
on Monday 11th day of SeemWr,
the Hoard of Ivpilizutiou for tho eouuty of
Washington, State of Oregon, will attend
nt the Court House in said county, at the
office of the County Clerk, to publicly exam-
me me .s,essineni mill, and correct all er
rors in valuation, description or qualities
of lauds, lots or other property. Parties iu-
leresieu 1 Herein are iiertJy not 1 tied to up
pcar at thetiin i and place ultove mentioned.
J AS, A. FLU' IIS'.
Assessor of Washington County, Oregon.
Auget 11th, ls7u, ntl7wl.
ALL COUNTY ORDEHS ENDORSED
prior to June 30th, iHlti, will be paid
on presentation at my office. Interest will
ctue from this date, Angus 1 Ith, Is'tf.
Thos wishing to purchase Ayershire
Cattle. Essex Hogs, or Merino Sheep, would
do well to call on A. Lutlliug before buying
OFFEU FOR SALE, OR FOR TRADE
for other property in Oregon two lots
with dwelling house, wagon hhop, htabh
garden, well, r, all fenced in ami situate in
he town of Dillev. The building me all
new ami suitable for other business ifdes
sireii. for terms impure nt tlie pennses
or iy letter. Allress me ut JJillcy, Wash
ingtou county, Orecon.
C. FORCE INFIELD.
Dilhy JnK 11, 1H7C. jyUOtf
MAC II1.IT ami ('AltKIACii:-
1 articular attention given to repairing
Agricultural Machuierv. W ood und Iron
Work done. (Jive me 11 call.
Shop situated south of the District School
M !!- in I'orest 4 trove. A. I.hL.
Forest 4irove, July :M, 170. jvl.Jyl
S.HUGHES, FORES r GROVE, OGN,
c;.i unox mo 1. ix:.
COl. . I X S t '. I 7 N Tl'KL,
an.t i.A RUF.Xt IT V I'LO WS
RAIXd RACinc MWIOXS;
REARERS, Mo H'ERS tf- THRESHERS;
VAC I Etc EAX MILLS;
IliRVLSTIX'i UOOItSOF ALL KIXBS
SHELF A HEAVY HARDWARE;
FARMER'S A- dECHANlC'S TtOLS;
A IT'LL AND COMl'LETE STOCK OI
iiah.m:ss n. s. mi, i:iiv:
DOORS, SASH. MOFLD1NCS; TAINTS
OILS, RRI'SIIES, YAKNISII;
WINDOW 4; LASS;
WHITINC. and CEMENT;
ALL at t ic LOWEST MARKET RATES
j. iii:i,m:k. imsoikii:tok.
EAR l WARE.
OFEH E STAVES
I I'Tin Ware and Stovt Fipew .tTistuntly
on hand or made to order. l '.it',vj ami it
Kit, imj dour, II titrr I'ijfs l'uf
" Hillsboro, Oregon.
H the larjjefct ftock of poods in the firove,
4 'onsistitiij of
dry noons, cijniii.xo, hats,
f. 1 ay; y . 1 ; tic l :s, t(c.
Family Crnccric and I'mtMons
HARDWARE, CR(n 'KERY dr., Jte.
PRICES LOW a the LOWEST
A. 1 1 I.V.MAN.
Forest Clrov Or. Nov, 7, 173 43ny:l
St i (til V at home. Agents wanted. 4ut
titand terms free. I Rl'E X CO., AugusU,
lit S-0 l rday nt home. Samples worth
jl free. Stinson X Co., Cortland Maine.
Lower Than Ever!
WING TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF
the unsettled condition of the Eastern
and California Money Markets. I have Pur.
chased for Cash the Largest stock of
Ever brought to Oregon, and am now
enabled to offi r them at Rt tail at former
WlliH.rs M t: I'RIIT.
No plated Jewelry of any kind is kept in
my establishment. Everv article is war
ranted ns represent d. also have the
Agency of the unrivalled Diamond Spccta
To thoo intending to end East for
Watehes, I would say if Ihey will let me
know the name and price of the watch thev
intend to send for, I will furnish the watcli
for the same price.
Uy all means give me n call before going
or st inling elsev h re.
II. L. STONF
10:1 Front-st., Portland, 4)rc(;rn.
SEND 2. tot;. 1. Row Ihf Co., New York
for l'amphlt t of 10 pages, containing
istH of 3HM newprier, and estimate show
ling cost of advertising.
San Francisco ,
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL;
11 runs, si'okes, rims
OAK, ASH AND HICKORY PLANK.
NORTIIRUP & THOMPSON,
jyl3ui3 Portland, Oregon.
P. A. BAILEY.
31a in St., Hillsboro,
SO A PS,
AND TOILET ARTICLES.
Pure Wines &
S I AM DETERMINED NOT TO IJE
undersold by nny house 011 tho
NEW PRICE LiST NEXT WEEK.
ltT.1. f- TIIO.IIAS Inn charge of thr
present. t ion depart mcnt. Preseriptions
carefully compounded til all llOIII'.
Tlie rollDWins Valuable
37oi Sale 1
320 Acre 1 J niilea north of Hill
boro, l'4th acre in cultiva
Acre 3J niUen wet of Dilley
Station; 1'UU acre in cultiva
Acre one mile south of Dillev
Station, NO acrea incultivation.
Acre 3 inilea went of Dilley
Station, 300 acre in cultiva
tion. Acre 3 mile aouth of Gustos
Station, 200 acre in cuitiva
tioit. Acre miles ve.si of Wilbur
Acre 'n Sauvio'a Inland in
M'iifnomah county, 0 mile
tiorth of Portland.
(JocaI I). tir) A. (iruKiit? Kniicli
es Cheap for Ca!i. Ti:RM UA
SV. Apent for WHEEI.ER'f SO. 6 R EATER
X MOWER COMHIXKD MO II. MAKE'S
R EATER X MOWER; COATS HAY
I DIMjEY station.
Fartie desirous of buying will plene en
quire of A C Hall at DILLEV, or of
W ii SroKgin,
at my residence 3 mile west of Dilley,
Dilley, Washington Co., Oregon, May
21th. I7.. junltf
in the Grocery line, from
a barrel of Sugar down to a Nut Meg I
Or anything kept in a Firat-Class Gro
cery Store. Call at the Post Office
and get them cheaper than over
1 .Ieun litilneft.
W. D. Pittenger.
Y 12 All IH7G.
Tli nnderaignod having located bU Card
ing machine at the place best known by the
name of Webb' Mill, two mile north of
GIenx Washington County, Oregon,
where he is prepared to mako rolls aud
batu to order. Eringon your wool in good
order, with one pound of grea to every
eight pounds of wool. Don't wash your
wool too clean.
LAND FOR SALE!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS FOR SALE
nevcral r arm and a luree amount of nrt
claH, unimproved land, lying iu Washing
ton County, Oregon,
Immigrant and otbri
deairing to pnrcbai
would do well U gir
1110 a call.
Now in the tinio to
hotnea on easy
TIIOS. I). IIITMPIUIGYS.
Htu.nnoro, June 20th. JS75,
Furniture (Vlan'f Co,
stccKHHoii to i.millowi;ntein ac.
am. HEKOKEN ,fc NJI1NDI.HU,
Manufacturer and Importer, Wholal
and 11. tail Deal r iu Furniture, Bedding,
Carpet, Pa;er-Hangingi. Uil-tlothi,
Mirrors, etc. etc
Warcrooms: Cor. Yamhill & Firtl
Sts. Steam Factory Cor. Maditon &
Front Sts., Portland, Oregon.
WE CALL THE ATTENTION OFTHE
citiz n of IlJt'LMHlKO and vicin.
ity to the fact tlint we have our anminer
Ktock of funi'.tnre, alo carp t, oil-cloth and
wall-pHper which we offer at greutlv reduced
pri' H. To the Oning r we would nny buy
fi'iTiiHire of thi ln'iise madu from our
Oregon ush. inale and nhb-r. Wo do not
keep l'ine and Kedwood futnitur mad in
California. And if you want a fintt rat
Spring bed, Wool, Hair, or 1'nlu matt
everything at tin cM,,Mi-hii)t ut i clean
ta w and fr h, not a pound of M cond-hiiiiil
material ued. The Oregon urint urc Mun.
ufai lin ing Company i ni nfi;i.l by men
who have FXcnt the tict pirt of thir ba
in building up the furniture bukinraa ia Or
(jon and wc claim to know th wnnt of th
furniture trade. See and prie our yoorfa .
Wo warrant fcutifartitn.
Oregon Furniture Manu'i Co.
decl.ilv Eorllnnd, Orrcoa
Y. II. NAYMHl.
Surgeon and Physician,
K00M7, Dcciit.iN llullJinL', 1nI M., Port
OrncE Horn: From 9 a. tu., to 8 p. in.
F. A. jiailj:y, m. 1.
Physician, Surgeon nd Accoucheur.
Ol FICE-at the Drug Rtore.
Itl.KIDENCE-Tlirce JMocks South of
Drug htore. nl:yl
WILSON BOWIJ1Y, 31. D.
l'hyidclun and Surgeon,
F0IIEST (JU0VK, .... CREU05.
OFFICE- At Ida Ilesidence, Went oi
Jobnaon' I'laning Mills. u4'J;.j
t. n. iiam)li:y,
ATTORXEV AX1 COUNSELLOR
OFFICE-In the Court Hon, Hilliboro..
c. A. BALI.,
n.VLL At STOTT,
a r t 0 k x j: y s - a t - l a tv,
rA TESTS OliTAIXED.
No. n Dekum' lUoek,
FOKTLAND, OHEOON. n ly
lOllW CATUX. KILMk
Cullin & KHIiit,
ITTORXEYS A XI) COUXSELOR
lJekum'a Dnilding, Fintt Street,
THOMAS II. TONGUE.
llilldboro, Wawbiugton County, Oregon..
TIIOS. U. HUMl'URKYS.
XOTAIir rVRLIC and COXVErASCZK
L.EOAL papers drawn and collections
made, DusincKM entruted to his cars at
endcl to promptly.
OKFICEVew Court IIoh n3:.1
Vetfrhi in ) Surgeon,
HILLSnoitO, - - - OREGON.
ty InflrmarT Kpt for Horss. flX pr
month will ba ths chargs for any ordinary
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