Forest Grove independent. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1873-1874, July 30, 1874, Image 3

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KOKEST GROVE. .Ir.lv 30 1^71.
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( ì i'tintl h ctu iT i • fur the ! U It'peiult'iit
( 'lmmpioi'is « ; : Hie lì oil ( r o»s,
lu red un tho < n i-a d e to au annrei-i- x *
i
1 *.
, r ts t w eek.
alive uudiein e at tin* ( ’ di
cliu ieh lust Me •inlay :in«l
.♦«„Tim*
T h e im lebtcilnes of C oos
s .
San» Hugh s ' Agri v.Hurl : »s sohl to have been very intere.stiug.
C oun ty
is $ 8 ,7 7 0 78.
hton-umll.lackMi.iih »hop huvoh« «.*n crewd- 1 > Ir- M c P o u g a l is a fluent am i pleas-
y\\i<es for farm Infills in 1‘ olk
«■<1 (or ;hc past two Meeks with farmers ill# speaker nm l is ¿good fit lid d in g j t_'ou n tv Si Ò0.
audience.
having imph m, r.ts utnl machines amt hav­ the attention o f a m ixed
T h e Salem School D istr ic t.N o . J4,
ing «>1.1 machines repaired. Steve lluris ul- In this lecture he took grou nd f o i l
«'ountv TrensuVer
H e said that the is out oi
:lIKl uVt'r
surplus
>.i has btvn working night and «lav for sever­ tv otti an su lira «ge.
in the treasui
al «lays. The farmers make things lively cause of corruption in politics was
liv e n C hinam en are r n ployed in |
now While the larger towns on the riv« r ow ing to the tact t tint wom en w ere,
excluded
from
participation
in
]>«»1
i-
'
the
harvest tields o f Lane C o u n ty , j
are dull and th ir streets deserted, the ham­
tics.
Then
liov.
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tin*
gen
tlem
an
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resort.
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lets and villages in the interior are often
account for cClTUption in the church
I V ie of tin* finest and inert valuable blocks
thronged with brown armed men and vehi­
and ll,o hum., , v l „ r , » • „ , «
v A " ; ‘ ’ i l>! ell .-o u t ' f:.n ...*r ... t h . O i . t u " I t y „1 I'-,,',« . 0 r,
cles crowd through tht- streets at early mt rn
tl.eir •‘ m it--.-!
I I - « .v s h , N « r l h .m
Now \«.rk W I . . . R .... tin-' of
( >r the harvest tields and come in at evening
-iv i-
.1,1. t. the I .allot a..,I t h .v » i l l
“ rR' " ' 1
iw l,',**l , ; lS
‘
'
‘ X.-oHoiU .« v t o .l. .a; ■ »; ■
; e
from work.
v o l . . » , « * ..Vila Of jiovi'.'iinioi.t i„u l N ortlv.ru i«im Klim'J th o
of
^
e
egon. y<»u an* her.‘by cited mid required
; t >appear in the « ounty Court of the State ;
I of Oregon, for the County of Washington, at
I 1/ t *>urt
Room
thereof,
nt Hillssboro 1 in the i
.
r
ir
*
r
m SALE!
V
Klt.t. r>B C ites — AND K ii . i . ki *. — R. / / T
th*
brated ••Horse Tarm r '1 undertook to
t urn- a tiue large three veur old hors ■ for
Mr. Gleason in this city
The horse m is
thrown down amt Alt Vai.j» perfornu 1 his
usual manip’ dati. n.
Th' howe imraedi-
»K -it.lv-
T h . n why ,l „ not , h .
men
m en o*
of Utah
l tali am
and i
W y yom
o m in
in g'
g
v
vote
ote
down
nml
\ d
ow n p o oly
ly g a m y an
d the liq u or
o r trail-
trail'-
} w
W
T ho
e Un
nited
ite d B reth
r e th ren
re n L
have
ave Been
l>een
liolelin*
h
oldin g- • religious
r e lig io u s services
se rv ice s near
n ear Slier.
S lier.
ie’’ W o d o n t a b s o r b y o u r a ssertio n
im m ed ia tely , M ack.
A nd s u p p o s e
th e y s h o u ld v o te
th e e v ils
dow n
¡dan .
T h is d e n o m in a tio n has a very
g o o d m-*ir h ersh ip in th a t s e c tio n o f
th e c o u n t r y .
'
11 tely sicken«- Lain« died in a f«*w d.iys the -. - | " oiud t lnw k* i p tin ..i <■ • - . . . m i n
dter
Mr Sloan, a go >d lu.rse «Odor and , not would they ru.-h w itn p istol c o c k -
trainer in tins place, opened the horse and * d and saber girt, and wade t II oug
he says that sont irtemal part was ruptui- .b lo o d and s! augntei to a > Horn an
1 ho boats on tlie l pper W illam ette
a
tim / t ,
through
ll!U,l
JUV
these days, the freigh t and p a sse n -
g f r travel b e in g to ligh t too iuiv ru n -
f*7^*.an;{tnJi ,,m . JllUrylll.v
ol .,7 .. !£fv' ,‘i' , ,,d
.... . i f ..... ■!..
,,o. Wsrantad
II ,i ,l .n „ s
-
i
the to p o f this q u e stio n .
Pnor. Coxis-X. State G.
Inst \v, « k from his tour to the Sound «1
y ';| s . •id*». Ib* inte nd. 1 to go to Yaqui
but 1•arned that tin ■ smalli »«>x was on t
WAV :ifu i hing'il h 1 » desti!a iti on t ■ Salili*
riv«»r in ih« « i'i ad** lllOUIItain». AYliih*
Wasljlingtou T«* nu TV he i
S. attic
W k haVe stood over an inf. mal moie hill
for a werk with a -pad«* but he w, n’t
to «>ur gaze. Hiilaft.-r hill « f our Early
, 1 nouth
, lng
,
u • . ' , 1,.
♦ t: i ■ • : si
Rose spuds have wilted
hi
neath
his
attacks
and still he go*son eompt« ring and to con­
quer. We will give any grang« r two Ist-, to
' ■at -h that r.iseall V mole.
I lu* l ï o a m «if D ip ô c t o r s
«> i d lc -
M in tiv ille (.'o lle g e , at th e ir m e e tin g
To F akmcrs ant > thi Priu.ti . The . v.t, r - • hel 1 last w t'ck , tle c id c d to put tlp a
îsingtinn of Eradl. v Mar- h ,v Co. ma!..- u ew b u ild in g as s o o n as jrvacticab le.
I th ir appcannc. in our ,• luiaii.-. tliis m . , !;. ! lie l>,>ar.i have s*‘ t a b o u t
liia k .lig
Taisürm b. gan bnsim -s in Portlainl last n eeessa ry p ré p a ra tio n s.
Tlu* b u ild -
wint« r r.» wh.'h-al.- and r. t il m. reliants ilig is to b e b r ic k , a m i it is tilt* in te n -
and l>y r daeing th. pri.-.* oí g., ,1-, .-»p .-¡ni- tioii to m ake ít olio
wi >rthv o f th e
to get a su •rivtion A. J. D. t.-Id a
that U. >. law » prt
oflieial in this
ed rnarri. a worn« n from holding otho .which
o| ,-i.'i> i- f.ds . Sh«- said that Hijude’s in-
llttrn. e e.'-lipl«‘d With hers was all that -gave
married ladies , *hc • in this State. V. ry
• lisitiVe 1 .¡it'll'
amook r-
unid. "I ■
T he « xen-sion ]
turn ,1 1 ist Naturd
Era-lit v, M irdi A ( ’«».
ly to ttie fainnug eoinmuiiity, [.«rsisti-ntly
hit«-Rig. nth k . ping tlu u- busim ss W
f.ire
the nulilie
the * I-, .lune
«-f t’
ce I. • * ' ‘ -*
*
.cliit
..I in
AU IR
* 4 ul * * s 11
,4*'
| 1
ing p p-rs of th s't : • have gained a
i r.-inaienti-.I trade w hich t le v lvt\ d- s
1 ». d 1)1• lai a* Bal­
lv « iirned. Tic v hav,
» h ijli, 1 > feet
« iah building three st
11<>5 t* * ; ih ptl. on
front eg.- on First stri-« t
ifu-en't brick an 1
Stalk Stri-, t. This 111 ;
i v ait tilling fr**tn
ir -u tire-pro. >f stnn tun
tioor to roof with a g«-
if assi 'itnciit i f
. 1 .»0 •i.illv » -
goods for til*- f.lfi ti l i>
i-« *ui u*
ty. \V«
ha ted f,.r the farmi'
l‘f t J in* ica. une
r .11 the . -I Oiul attirili
c* ♦'ll a which 1 .
'lie to til.s eilt, rpl
W al.l- to com] etc w
¿•lì Y ». ml all the
tchants firms ¡n
u«! iVr do ¡11 n* » »
•goods. R, in* mb« r
M i»li\f- o ,
I
and
see-
otid to lio edilcatiuiial edifico in
State.
pride of tlmt
com m unity,
the
,i /.•
.
.
In th«- i irelut ( ..iut of ta Stah- f Oregon
for tin- t ouuty of lashni 'mn
b. A. Kothv ell, \ . James Kotl-'.vell,
. To James Bothwcli tlie al.. \i; named de-
:
fendant
,
HEREAS « >N THE ¡MT-’ HA Y O l’
y V May A. il. ISTI, H -n.. W. W.'Upton.
.. mlge of the alow named I’ onrt. made an
order directing that ............... tl..- summons
¡ill this suit be had upon tl,.- above
Heft, by publication ill tin Forest Grove lx-
i isd o u h tl
lie early Sprang drouth
tho cause.
.tints Port-
ui« nt ' ■
y . ■:. ] c
. . F. i!
J. P«. M iran:
»r. eteii n.vnings u
This is a very di ­
rvi i. u it
h t v. -
lit
s . I
V •! I
H
A. T. H.
tho
thi-
cl, 1 1st
tin ir ;
I •
e '.V
>\\ th
i'
r.
si>.r:t or til*
Mr.. .T ottv , ]..,< -, young wild eat which 1
h -
ruis d.
H-- b n
krpt
a t.cm j ELEVA'TOF. 1
Ritt* n in the cage with it and tu y nr. j f »uucis ■ >.
• fro•*.dlv a • kittens g.-n-r i’ lv fir«*. T !_•- [
1
■-.vil î-i a* h ,-.v> v- r 1 » a sulky fellow.
W hks - Hnniwav lectured her- -h - told tlm
people t! ,t »h.- ran ar- nnd th*- Portland !
e do* ns-getting subscrii.« rs. And y* t sh«- ¡ ^
s:«\ » h-r --S. nsitivc nature has eft* 11 « > n I
hurt bv n on .” !!’
,h*o
rain 1s r.«*<(l‘'il v.-rv
A «i
,,,.
t » ¡ V
n , just 1o « t« n mal» h lati • rpain crt»j»S Till
t0 pr**v,vnt t^inb-r.s frOtti tlrvimî «P*
mul
gh 1 iti 1 are
V
» **..!|IR*r J H the drouth m l he
1
•
Y F-TFT.r» a \ a »1 n of ! <v FIanruTy. who
V »*>s tî «Ult two miVs fr >111 th.- drove. While
r din ¿ on a loud of oa's fell . fl and 0 lie of
hnrtinc him
ti J 4- '.«. heels î T.n « ver hi» 1>r* i
ri. lslv.
•
S* reral «.f th* vomi'.* 11 un am1 marri«-d men
ti 0 h *ve buu^ht a crup et Het arti’t hie e lo-
Vf lt«d cre<pt♦ t L,T'■und» ir1 th p c i>n^Tt*pttional
pin ] * • f f* ]« »sur • —ami •lie. i go th- crixiu**t
1*.dis.
- .
AV. D. I yman re turn« <1 h »rn? this WFf k.
T he :L _TY*. * si JfMfh him ou t of hi- school u]> in
k ( , Ad Pol) and
pnlk count V ? tY)«1 Sf. he dio« i.
tur Ill'll to th.» «■ “ grati ful shiLllfS/*
-------- *-
A ^ ors c» man in our t< •W.l rtf t too much
» «
110 i^htm n ' tl iwn «at r* >ri H i us the other
day and it «onfuse«l his understanding
»«.m«-what.
I
.
; .'»«»
b «: Ido
1 r».’ (Tl : 70 * > 1(*R tl,.».
gshel.
r irm
st:uul::nî brnn-ls,
1,1.1.
} >
Bviii.i i
01 4 0 ^ 1 4"> P < entai.
( ) , , ^
* ) js
lit . ..
Extra ‘ lirv
1
non. ! -J
11 at
«loi.
Y.7 "T«
II- w;
< ', 0 ,
« »'* r !
Th.
A
> * / 1 \ i'*II» idei
1 1»*.i t- -«1*1’»
To
1
T>
Ai >tr< .vu 1 li colI« IL » »11 '
-2-20I fil e V II'.
( nuicc tliy , l-*c f > !t>; salt
com•rCTFl> WEFICT.Y.
in ,
i«
A young couple
procuring 1 1
In
r p n ii
» l> Ill
-e-* -♦ —
S tkvk Hviinis i H ixtox - have g«.tth< eon- mony, and were made man and wife
eye. They |
tract fr-.m L. Corbett toearrythe mail from in the twinkling of an
Forest Grove to St. Jo. ('ood for //arris
put up at an out-of-the-way hotel,
Hinton.
and this morning
—
■ .......
T* r. S ayi 01» returned from his exenmon to
Tillamook bay last .Saturday having had a
good rest and a “ splendid” i.ote.
M r . O. J. L eabo is building a two-story
Inching *.n his premises. When completed
T w ill be a commodious nnd neat residence.
— - ♦- —
—
—
P rohissoi : R orb ’ s new dwelling is rapid­
ly going up under th«- management of Kane
Smith <v Co.
I’ ro > . L vm . in nnd Dr. J/arsh have filled
th-- pi.ffut in the CV.ngregationnl - hurcb
»me«- ik v. E. \\ alker witlulr. w.
Tmcrops up in Scoggin and Patton’s
Yollies«M nearly two weeks behind this
part of the county.
No more small p o i—all's quiet or
Tualatin.
“
the
were quietly m -
K m UY
105 Third Street,
i ‘OP I L AND, ( )REG ON.
n 13
FOREST
2 50
271.
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1 25. .
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10
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I f I»
fcílíO VE
DRUG AND
ir.
KCK
fi . s a
STORE
Y i.o n . r n o :> u i E T o n .
D L A L E R I N
*5
______________________ i
SI eriff of vTaslun- ton C *.. Oregon
e ,
, Hillsboro July 15th 1874.
:: í
p o r c s ' ® vov©
P L A N IN G M IL L S
3 a s h
&
,
D o o r
F a c t o r y
and to file dir»*cti*d and delivered cobiiimiid- ,
_
J f a __
»
A. L. J( TINS* *N.Proprietor,
ing Ille to satisfy the Slim of Si .1(11» S to-
Manufacturer und Dealer m
g< th* r w ith ¡titer« st,«-.>sts ati«laccruing <-ost» ;
out of tin following described real estate t*> , pfBXUI'URE
wit: 'I'll*- *:o«lth * ast quarter of th** Dona-!
SASH.
tion land claim *>f » has. and Lettitu J/cKnv
DOORS AND BLINDS,
in sections one and twelve. ( 1)A (1" 1 , T. 1.
CEDAR.
N. R. 3. \V Situated in Washington conn- |
F ill and HARDWOOD
ty Oregon. Th<*niori-, by virtue «>f said ;
LUMBER, AC., At',
writ, I, will, 011 Saturday the 15tli «lay of j
August. 1x74, at the hour of mu* o’clock f.M., m - .
T
j #»
at tl,«* Court //oils*- «i...ir in//iiishoro Wash- Planing. Tongue and Grooving.
ington «a unty «)r«*gon, sell the above <lc-
Turning. Scroll and H"-?:iwing
scrib* d jH i iiii-;* s at ]>ublic miction to the
Done to Order in a
high* st biilder therefor, cash in hand, to
satisfy said execution and aceilring costs.
F i r s t
C l a s s S t y l o .
CHAS. T.TO ZIER
a i . s o
ShcrilT «*f Washington Co. Oregon. DOOR and WINDOW FRAMES.
Hillsboro, ,/uly 22*id, 1x7-1.
j TONGUE mul GROOVED FLOORING,
jv23-t*v 1
PLAIN and RUSTIC CEILINGS
MOULDINGS.
E x e c u t o r ’s N o t ic e -
BRACKETS, .
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J
BALUSTERS(Tumcdnml Scroll).
rWlh»-undersigned liaxing been duly up- j
also
J i _ pointed and qualified in the County i stair Balusters and Newell Posts,
Court of the State of Oregon fdr Washing-
Constantly on hand and mad. to Order,
ton ( ounty, Executor of the last will and
Testament of .b.seph Rbye,- deeeas<*d. All
THOSE \\il(>
CONTEMPLATE
]>< rsor.s h.T'vine; ulaniis.Haumstsaid estate fttu . ■
. .
i
• •
,« ♦ 1 to
♦ prustnt
, Z , 4 tlirni
41
* • , I , E. buiMiiijj
nUliiH
vifinitv
ltMjm.stud
t#» tec uimersion
.
•
*
at Hillsboro, Washington ( ’minty Oregon
Superior-hmucements are offered !
"'iruV i'*X ,nMnhisJrom 1 ht date hereof.
per everything m ces.arv to the Ereetiou*
Hillsboro, July ith 1874.
|
Comph tion mul furnishing of any
Tins. II. Tongue
building call be had at
A. X. Boyce.
this Factory.
july D-5\v
UNIVERSITY
T U A L A T 9 N
iv‘23-4w
1
. .1 by th- ci.-rk of snid e.m t. ./iiiy nth i87i
■U"
rm i
til 1
S IN C .M It M A N l P A C T l ' K I N G C O S lI 'A ^ V ,
sum of SJlto,’*. and int* re »t thpm *n and eosts
Our stock consists in part of
,,
levied ( l]> thc folloxving
( f suit. I have
1 iU-oja-rt V <1* »cl. i,,-11 ill s*lid <lccli* to-wit •
PAINTBRUSHES.
VARNISH BRUSHES.
1 Tho pa: . f land situât«. d i: 1 1Uashington
CLOTHES BRUSHES,
NAIL BRUSHES»
< 'ounty in * -ii 1 Stnt* and b«,iin«! ed as fol­
loV. -. t(>-v. it : B gir |)*r ..f M ?1( •int li chams
TUOTH BRUSHES.
STIÎÏPTNG BRUSHES,
'W
f / t ? S ;f XV, st of the south«' ist corpt-r of file SOUtll-
in
x.i -1 ip::. ;■{*-i- * ■ * - 1 - tion 27
T. 1I.N -.o f R.
F I N E
C U T L E R Y ,
;» 'V .. aml miming * 111 • 1 K’ :. nortli 30 33-100
20
|s-
luO
th* lie« east
«hains, tlnnee
;n Y
ell ¡ill».
íU
. N
,
Pt)RTLAM> OREGt
CO AI l ì
t* F A L L S I Z E S A N D V A R I E T I E S .
i
S«»utll 0 ;
100 «di:nin . t!it* ne•* west 2X 53 •
s for t
1111 * 1 * *11 11 and [i (¡ 1 ,.) j, [ins. th« n
•*”» » !<•0 chains to
pra Meal Re. ó » Udaoit
NF.ATSFOOT OIL,
RAW OILS,
'•f Y *n n g and ,|;. ,,'iu •* of 1X inn ilia,«-* 'litaiiiin«.; lfill acres;
lai.Ml. - : ;-d 111 * II. Sell.l for ( 1 '
1 ' '
mil the puree! of 1.¡ml »it; iatt.a il- 1 saidAY.ish-
CASTOR O IL .
i
I. ARI) OIL,
n::7 lv
Hi FRAN
A dAMES.
iii*gt*ui 1•1 unty b* ing part <»f tlu ■ donation
CHINA NUT OIL, ETC.
SWEET OIL.
BOILED
land elaiin Urn Povt«‘r and wife,and botind-
■ .i b\ bi'giiti.ing at th-- south < ast c-rm rof
S c h o o l H o o k s , s u it a b le fo r th e V r a d f iiif o f P u b li c S c h o o l.
l.l'.O \ L A D V E R T '1 S F .M E N T S .
I*«nation land «daini,and running tin tice
on tin* line of s.*ii¡•I claim 20 -15-
All articles warranted. Prescriptions compounded with care ami correctness.
mins, thi-ncc north ifi• 12- 1(H) chtuns.
A »»«‘»son's N o t ic e -
n<»:i3 1
*.* east 20 15 1011 chain
th -lie«* south
10«*
chains
to
ih,*
pia
IT
of
beg¡lining,
(’ E 1» HERE BY GIVE'.
ining su iicrcv.
[on lay. the 31 st ,1 y of A« ga­
,,f.
N
*>\v.
therefor«. in ]>nrs-ianc<* ntul by vir-
IhjUiili/ati* *:i will ,‘itt« lot :it t
,,,. tile of said decree and the -aid order ofsule,
( ounty l i* l’ri for AA'.iish
,u on tin- 22*1 day of August,
1x75, at, the
r the i tan 1. . *.«»11 and e«Tl*
i'.tion i.f hiuir of lOo'clock A. M..at the«'onrt ilmise
ror» ii* valu:*. tion,. «leseviipti
ju 1 door in »aid county <>t Washington, 1 will
'Ul­ of 1 lUils. lots or ot her ‘ ,r<>• ' «
lie Vi
ir l»71
am« nt rolls ft, r ti.«-
v. ir
1 - 71. as l*v >'11 (he above described property nt puhlie
ti-. • a.
J. F. plL’.R« j .
’ ! am tioii to th<-high- st hiiM«-r, for « ash, to
A S ¡J
-aw «rovid« d.
B‘
K’<<
rrrn
1 lililr
Slnsror MiiHiifactnriiu; Co , ................................................. ......................sold ¿ 1 9 ,7 « H
bc ' s W4.D88
Wlo eler ,V Wilson Manuf g CV..........
..........................................
52,010
Grever A- Kaker S. M. C o ,.
Doniestic S. M- C o...............................
raid 40,550
Weed S. M, Co.
...............................
............. « ltd 42,440
.........................................
wo*«* 33,«*f»
Wilcox Je Gihbs S. M. Co. ................
..................................................
so'd
" *lson S. M. Co................... .
sold 18,030
i Amer. H. H. O. A S. M. Co................
( • 11 \r^ i, i o \i ,•
............... ’ *..........................Äüd 18.807
bold Medul S. M. t o.............................
............................................... sold Eh7y:l
« ' “in ÍÍ’. I - ' m °V - ............
................................................ Hold U .907
t. « . p l
it J '\i •
................................................. Hold
T000
¡'"ir ," ,t b ^ ^ h - S M C«.
............................................... sold
LOW
b-irtram A irautim Manuf g C
31Ô
.
.
..................................................sold
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an order->f sale, ¡.»sued out of said t 'ourt m D R oG S . M EDICIN ES, P E R F U M E R Y .P A IN T S , OILS, GLASS, BOOKS &c.',
said cause ,,n the 21«th day of June. 1 x7 j t tu
ni«* directed, eonim.Hiding me to make sal.*
,
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of tin- prop rty herein «leseribed to satisfy
(1 L A S S C U T
TO
A N Y S I Z E.
tiie sewra! sums and the interest tiler« on a a
s]«< ifi. 1 ill saiil deelTe. to-wit: So7*HI, an.I
ii !. lest thereon in ■ el l 1‘oin.aml the further
the .'tat. of Or* gi'ti. f**r Wasliington comity
ill favor of L. I . Gl’ov. 1 1 f. :d. School com- j
linssiotn rs, at. 1 against S. H. Elliot attest-
GROVE
o
(X
Vsli
S h e r i f f s S a le .
from Chu kanins
¡uni
oak.
Oregon.
BI
N E W A D V K K T IS F .M K T S .
Another Runaw;. y Mftch.
Riins,
Asses «,r.W;.»hi'e g.n M*.\>i, _*'.n. satisfy said decree and <"»ts and a. i-niing
Hillfclwro. Jah 58tli, l»7i.
cost .
CHAS. T . TO ZIEB.
IK)
<; 00
or> ..
r#i )
I«; .
lx
. 25»H" 3
11*0«
YEAR
IM1K STATISTICS FROM SWORN
RETURNS
OF THE
SALES OP
_
Sewing MacMhes in 1872, (reported in .187:1,) slioyr t W i t ? SingCr MamiiactlUng Com
puuv sold last year over FO R lA -FiN E THOISANI» more machines than ANA otho
Company, and over one-quaitcr of a!l machines sold during that year. Nine out of to
of said Singer Machines were for FAMILY use—proving the great popularity of Ui
Singer in the household.
, .
Annexed are thi sides of the dir.rent makers:
MACH»«
PACIFIC
Forest Grove Retail Market.
•*!
'it 1
!■'!* ' ’ 1 i 1 in
» <>rii -U ( ;»i. r‘ 1 *. ............
B ut unto imui LfcllK «*f tir* 1I# fu t
fili t\\ • !l
lui 1 1
Are cr eva»
L’ t r. fit • h r* lo/. .
J \ ml th* v who clioo tlli< h ■ î f y *
B-.*t
" -1 fi »ll red. -r> !
Ar ardirò ri î fast
H« iv« n.
4 ']\i k< n. -) ,
8 * fur li** s p »]IP— l»
St tl -
1 • *_1 H
N » f:ir 1« y«ulà • Di ’ VI« V
4 ■
-1 }U,
}
A\
■ life's « ■ lest Ills Mo iiitains li ft
*1 |f*,
1» ;•u t*
a ht > Yt the bl U‘.
i ht ir î •
1 IK
!
\
Dri.
i\t -_f. (retail) .
Svn
G u-r» Will be t1 .ne. whoso LTaf ion ^ will
( fV
r* t til T* !h
riu or»pli ali our i tortai fr* t
1 »W
,,. . S,. > US S-ill
1 ca. .b ; an ; ? t ' " ■ ; :
<
ven d hl« * * : 1 1. Iti:
in
lea, ( ip. • .1 . * 1 I tail : *» 1!..
: 11 1 1 ■ >r foret
To 1 - ..
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S.i ] r 1« *11, b. ,t -» ' bam !
Sag ir. 1 ! lit keg'*) It,
Bell gjuus.
Lare 1. p 4j.
Muttoll. % 1 |K
» 1H
At th'* Metiiodl »t eh :rch. 1 ev. Air. If. If. I mi
« r
pro H h » on th** tir»l ami t1lini Sui 1 du vs
1 *• »I
tac 1 numth.
\ , . r» ff,
At th • Baptist fhm ch. R. v. Mr. Clmndler F il
sh; V» 15». . .
Ini ¡ilei fourth Suu'ins i'Ì»l
pre K’ ill s ou the
It; -» 7h
ni t uch mentii.
last evening’s train,
v
S.i (>i
i ( ‘.
V »r>T of Orin Martin who lives near 'the
the r«*quived license, calh-il upon a
road b* tween th- Grove and Hillsbor«» f- 11
<*ff of a horse the other «lay and hurt him­ Justice of thePcace who had the un-
dqiibted rigflit to jterform the cere­
self.
/
V
( M own chickens,
o
W ool
H i; i s
R r» Cr>UNKi.tr.s has s< Id tlm T',* n Catching County,
whose love-mnkin^ has
farm to Waiter Moffett f->r ?10,■'/«*. Whcre-
been frowneil upon by their respect- f U i I ab W I
)-v lt.-n make h al»o«it j-’i.OOb. H - bought the
ive ])nrrcnts,arrived it*
the city l>y
« atching place about two years ago.
> f
l« c
HARDWARE, IRON, r,TELL.
Portland
5 n il
A \
Firm ¡it Si Gö,*'< ! 8* i
100 Ihs.
in!
F io r u - K\tr:i in «1«m a n d 1 r <
: ■ * port lit *S 3 J .* ' 75Ô V bl»l.
]*.
i 1 . , .,'1 .)./H i \.( » * 1 t M
j
2 Si
; i ! ;« 1 {;,<
t*»I > »
SALES OF T H E L A S T
1x71, in a suit wherein V.', S. Ladd, C. F.
Tilton and S- Mead, were jdaintifis, and
Lloyd Kn.oke. George A. St. . 1.
Georg...
& Woodward, Louix Nicolai.JuniesR Upton.
m l « invi li - R. I ptoii wer. deitinlaiits; and
I l i c l s - o r v F i n n i c .
NORTHUP A- THOMPSON,
SAN' T B A N ( [S C O A IA U K li i\
I.
i
____
Il'ihs. Spol.cs.
T t 'B T L A M ) M A R K E T ,
r-port of her las
mrself. We did
! itiiiui*
I’iin'mnf/iT
Yn
of clic* nt.itc* of
( *'
\<>11 Jir<‘ J m *rt*bv
u<ititi.'d to ujipear all-1 niisw. r the eoiiq.laint
-if PUT. her« ill I’ll- d. by the first day-if «!*•
' term of said Court next follow ing the expi­
ration of tip- publication of this
¡minions
L C WALKER. SURVEYOR
which said term will commence atlTiirToVo
; County and State aforesaid on Monday the
• *t 1 1 day of
October A. 1). IsTJ.umlif you
L 2 s-h h ’ic 2 at I’o.es G.’ova, Oregon
| fail sotounsMer tin- ].laintitl will apply to tln-
I.. C Walker Sarvcvor has Field Note ' " urt for the relief therein «h-niau-led, to-w it:
- Tier
tl,.. bomb
1. i ! 111 of linlrillMl’
iV til
,\f . xntin
iw+iiw,
That tie
matrimonv
now
,f the la gli subdivision s i ill Vl \ ».
between PUL and Deft, be dissolved.
That tile <-are and custody of James O.
Kotl.w, 11 and Nellie K. RotllWell.ellildl. il of
. __
; Piti’, and Heft. *•«* awarded to Pill'., und that
<3T. S Ü R M L O K T -
1 Pill, have ju,lg, in. lit against 'lift, for tin
Who], »ale and Retail D« ah r in poors. Sash. cu ,s :llul disbui- ■ n.- nls of this suit.
and Iiliuds, alsj Genuau, French
,
IHOS. H. 10N G I 1 .
and American
¡ ,
Atty. for I'll!.
ci n t . us co m p a re 1 to 1 li.it oi last yean.
>!
l.-arm d -*f Tifiamo,
i this v. i « k. It will n
ÌÌ
Ax « xebauge gives th«* following
W I N D O \V G L A S S
1 v
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(liseotiraging view of the condition
Crystal sheet. Enameled. Stained and Cut
S h e r i f f s Sit It*.
of the grain crops in AY. T . :
Glass, Glazing done to ord-r at San Fran-,
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In many [nuts of AYashington cisco price», and satisfaction guaranteed.
: --m y vjr‘(uo ()f „ decree of foreclosure duly
L'enitoiy the wheat crops especial­
’ 1' 1,
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"itland, Ogn. j QSrendeVed in favor of the plaintiffs in thc
I Circuit Conrt of the ¿»bite of Oregon foi the
ly that sown in the spring w ill prove 1 1 p h _____________________
eoiititv of Marion, on the 24th day of Juin .
almost a failure, live n the T a li
. h »ali ilei di'V g ■ >
• siimgand inqoit
an«l what h«- » iw a
hat 1
-
.
****oil ll-S'.veVer.
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t ,.
Sm ith, Kane & l C o .
lD m th e lm g g y , h a p p ily n ot seriou s-
lv in iu rin g th em .
'T i r X “ I C '.....'
A. .1 . A s . . « * » ,
W j ’;'. - 4
w
z
,i 1 • r v shut the '-it. s of r.iercv on m ankind.
j T
**
ed which caused th»- horse s death, b • 1 11
, ,, ,
,• , . .
it
; r.m g t'x p eu ses.
l
a
l
l
t
l
i
a
t
sort
of
th
in
g
?
H
e
s
a
v
s
n
‘
<*v|M'Usive hors, -training, we shou Jlltl
?*IlSS YV itn ers
T WO X'( unig ladies.
j that it is \\ ila j>e>*it:« s a»* it is with
V.ue f.r;> to mu h f>-r that horse’s h it ll
k eep and M iss ibainetli of K11 gei ie ( i ty.
men \vh0
lion»«* ■keeping':
A few .lay s ago tue point . f a n He Nv;\s house bv them selves gpitier.ally have
‘ SUP1 »used to have l e n poisoned
T kill « 1 1 a dirt 1 h* mi »«“, and so wit ll P« d it i’ s: one day !ast w• ek fro: a eat ing cam ly.
discovered protruding frm a stivi
,
_
.
, .. .
irtiuul.u* nttt ntion mivi u 10 Jiuusi?-buiul
on the thigh of a'child of jAV. sh l'uridin. blit pi it ¡1 wifi* in th«* ho 11»« * tun l she A t 1;:ist m* com i ts both were reco\--.* r-
mg and frumiti
wlio lives on Hairy creek. The n hur be- will cl « :Ui out the dirt.a ml so ill p o i- ing.
'l'ocfsf; of * r -
ibi.
i'.r bv tlu
_
ing «-xcit. d put on h< r
W liibv M ’.ss i'.ibbh' S h n vi
u :ls I FOREST tiROYE
OREGON,
lin
the needle uj> thrtMigt
qimcut
d ,.ii. M .-lh i u g i ’i hau a , [riviny t-> D allas last Saturdav lici
:
Tin
. «■!! to cl« an nut lie w oitl l sou l his _jor.se becam e
i int an i --e « \tr.i *> d
unirmnagabh*
am i
•r. 1 wif,* dow u to ,lig out the m ini:
have been ill tie' child » t:
.Mr. threw lit r and tw o little
children
S U
R V E Y O
B .
M cD ou gal is evidcntlv scratching- on
weeks.
1
V
H»’
1“
i
i * 3 L » T * & f c fr. V i f c * X . M l* J*
j of Section
S. ction 23,
27. and the s.
S. E. ’" ' , 4 of th«-
th* \ . E.
•>« s Sect.
R. 1 ir.
IU. Mashington
It as
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«*ot. 2(5
-f. T. 1 S. H.
< ounty Oregon.
Hums», the Mill.A.i V r hil.ol.l Judge of
i H T J D O l l t C I * c fc
{ die < 'ountv t ourt f the >tate of Or. 'on f..r
the t ounty of Washington, wiVh the seal' of
1
| said Court atrixed, this' .Seventh day of July,
__ __
¡ a . D. 1ST'.
*
*
Attest: W. I). Pitteni' r c lerk.
julv 7 lv.
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C
a
1 • , s
A C A D E W i Y
'4
11 IIL T V:
F
Rev. S H. MARSH, D. I>.,
1 ‘ « -.¡la ut. * 1111 ! Professor of Inllectual and Moral Philosophy.
Rev. HORACE LYMAN,
Professor
of
Rlieoric
A.
and
M .,
History.
GEORGE II. COLLIER, A. M .,
Professor
A.
of
the Natural
"elenoer.
J. ANDERSON. A. N .
Professor of Mathematics. Professor of tlu* Theory and Art of Teaching,
and acting Principal of the Academy.
J. IV. MARSH, A . M .:
Professor cf Latin and Greek.
*
Mrs. P . X . SAYLOR,
Prccrptvoss.
aev.
THOMAS
CONDON,
ILecturer on Geology.
Miss 0 .
A. HASKELL,
Teacher of Music.
Assistant in Academy.
A
Calendar :
joying their honeymoon, when the i
My machiner* is
Stove Harris
S h e r i fT s S a le
N
E
W
A
N D F I U S T C !» \ S S !
wife’s jKih’r l<nn llin.-t made his appear-:
gf c
! . rl iie year, jn a.l dt pai'iincnts of the Institution, is dih'Ieii iiilotiirce terms, heginnirS
And the worn done will be of
IIIMTONT
T J y virtue **f a writ of Execution Decree j
ance upon the scene,
and being a
, f»n the first AA'edncsilay of September. December and March, and will close at Coni
onUorncr
of
Pine
and
B
irch.
man of choleric disposition he asked
înéncein* nt.
nt, on
01V the
th«- first Wednesday
^
■ f ;:i
i , io n h ^ S m te ofh()re! SU PERIO R STYLE AN D
F IN IS H »^n.-enu
in J une. There will in- a Vacation of one week, durid
; tho Christmas holidays.
no questions, hut procee<lcu to place
l->od horses anil buggies ready at all gon for 'Washington County in fuVnr of Jo-
C a l l a n d I 'x a m i n « *
a mansard roof upon the y oung hus j VJThoi’is
i epli Boyce and against Hulda Sherman and
TCI ¡'I‘J
«15 00 A XI) ?30 00 A YEAR.
M.
Sherman
ct.al.to
me
directed
ahd
'dr-
j
Before purenasiug elsewhere.
band. The task proved a little too
^ GOOD SADDLE-HORSES AL-
u32 tf
liv*
red.
attest«
.!
pv
the
Clerk
of
said
Court
-
1
i>
r
,
,
mucli foV him, and
a few vigorous
7 ways ready.
r.n
lii 9II(K
iv ot
n« -July
Ti.l,- 1417«
iill) J'atil *.
on ,ne
_otn il
«lay
18.4, comniaiulmg
• , . , * -x/on* /<•-». LitwUfr flatl ,
,,
. 1 f* 1 r 11
•
'
.1 i ! rm! tfihCu n* pj 'crithii' fttr II
blows from his
son-in-law
soon;
,, , , ,
. ,,
»,
mo to make sulo of thf following uusenbod
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jforsf s binirdwi at reascnable rates,
R*\il ig-tate to wit: commencing at a point i Address all or.l*-rs to
b rou gh t him t o n sense ot Jus unirian-
A- L. JOHNSON Forest Grove,
lv action. Tho screams which the
Hack conncets with the cars atC or- 27.5.» chains \v«-st, and 24.21 chains south of 1
the N. AV. c o n n *>f Sect.S7.T. 1. N. R. 2. j ”
1
wife uttered while the fight was go- 1 “ ',s t-> *(t A
AV. thence south 11:< chains thence east i \JU irri
r» i f ' D ST i i P W
ITN'
july Ifi :tf
ing on attracted to their apartments
3 chains, thence south 23.1s.‘l chains,thence ! « « ** k -*
' * » ^ ■w
iCk cx, J J 5 b '
west h.87 chains, thence north 15.00 chains. I
/"> —
the landlord nml the whole army of
tlnnce west 23.38 chains, thence north 20.2'i !
attachées, and with many regre ts too
chs., theijce yast 10 ehs. thence north 2.25
f
belligerent old dad was conq.elh-d to 3E3C lXZ*X*£tla. H u r r a l l ! clis. then«'-tr' <*#st 13.25 chs. to place of begin- j
^
acknowledge his hasty and perhaps
ing, nintaining 7l)lY acres more or less, sit
New Styles and new piicesi I have now for sale the now styles and lat«*st improved Flor
unted in A\ ushington County Oiegoq, to F J i l f S T
G U ' I V E O liE (ii)N .
* lie«- So wait,' mmhines at REDUCED PRICES, v ith extra induccmeuta to tho*e paying
unwarrantable action, and then and ^
r’ ,rano°r>J*“ H
satisfy il'c sum of ?22-18 21. Therefore bv ja w ' \ 1' 1 u i r n i - iv * ,
. ' CASH, and to p«*nioiis whodesirc, xve sell onthe installment plan- $10 down and, »nd$ 10
there :t treaty of peace was declared.
J virtu ' of said execution and decree of fore- j J w l , j,
, '» 1' lvK A -N1> s.»LALLR L« pt.r luonth until the Machine is paid for. On.* of our new styles feeds tlie work away; from
The parties to this transaction nr«-
RLJOK L
I5 L J O K E
i closure* f have levied upon said tract of laud,
‘
nI
: the operator, so that wo have now both n sido and Hack feed machine. Every Machn
warranted for ten years and no charge will I k * made for repairing or keeping Machine
now friends, and will return home. Ov«*r the good news which in f.«et <-vrrv
j
mid
on
>|tt«irdav
the
"22nd
day
of
August
• *
T T /V T 7? TST TT”* ic t c a
T hk Grove tv,ys frequent the Old S r.ai­
ming Hole from rosy morn til! dewy .
. ! tip-.» the »‘yja-es^Uttiu U»is a ftern t»«!!,
II inmax k««ps tl»- g*r anger s’ st .*
, ;
,-
‘ 1 » * » 5,
‘ tí.,1
i ,1" ' ” ' :
tha< ' '
■/ ' ! ' . 1
fc. ll lots of eoods.
moia« .-s n \].. r.’ tiMii-i-ct: re. i : t! h. - r.i
A
/
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ENCE SE'
body 1» anxious t.« hear. AVhy «»f «*ours.‘, ¡ 1874. at th«b«.nr of one’«, elook p. si. o f ’
‘
«-onn> right to If disi •<*v«>,-unii lo< k for the * saiil »lav, in front of the Court House doari r> ¿ Tyryr V 2 K P * r r r ,i rtrir—reo o t 1
new More, Kell ,
. . and ecetfeeclu ap in Hillsbor« . ».’ountv and Atate aforesaid, I
B R ID L E S, W H IF S & Lash
g< io. 1 that are : • >ni tin re It is Vneyvth to i w7*1 sell th** above «le.scrilsed tract of land at
Repniringproiuptlv .itt^nd*
l i t i - i i . v bi«*lv tai!*;
Til-* O^^f- w « rc l ’ ubîieaiftioii to the Li*'h*.-st biddu i*:>
ii- or*!« r «lurin'; thitt time. Every. Florence Mncliine
.4l in
t Oregon kept in order fre
charge. Call and ree them, or send f«.r circular with cut nnd and pnce list. MnuLi
doH^red in anV part of the Btolo orjn Washington Tem loey. t| my owm wUk.
J B LOOMIS. A?ent. !!!I Third St.. Fortland. Oregon.
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