The independent. (Hillsboro, Washington County, Or.) 188?-189?, June 07, 1888, Image 2

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THE INDEPENDENT.
THURSDAY.
.JUNE 7, 1888
Who said our . ticket eonltl not
Sliute a commissioner?
Our clerk Hughes to the line no
matter where the chips fall.
If wo had defeated Paulsen, we
coulcl not have elected all, son.
The noblest work of a people is
the election of a republican ticket.
Pope.
If there had been Mead in my po
litical dough, -verily the name of
your sheriff would not have
been Dennis F. M. DermU.
One cause of our success in the
legislative ticket is owing fo the
fact that we instilled Moore enthu
siasm than could our opponents.
Cleveland has been renominated
for president by the democratic con
vention now in session at St. Louis.
Thurman was nominated for vice
president to-day.
A powerful effort was made by
our democratic friends to capture
the office of county clerk, but so
firmly stood republican voters that
the majority could not be
"NVeatberred.
The Oregon senate will hare but
one Tongue, and that Tongue will
emanate in a strong voice from
Washington county. Our county
will be represented in the
senate.
Victory perches on our banner.
The entire republican'ticket is elect
ed in this county, and the republi
can gains in the state strike republi
cans and democrats alike with won
der. Hermann's majority two years
ago was 1035. The returns are near
ly all in and indicate a majority of
more than 7000. The democrats are
nonplused and there is great re
joicing in the republican camp.
Mr. Weatherred has just cause to
feel proud of the vote given him by
our people. Although he is defeat
ed, such defeat cannot but have
pleasant memory in tbe knowledge
of high esteem evidenced for him by
the citizens of this county. While
we feel elated at the result, yet we
have no desire to make merry over
the unfortunate candidates. Many
of them are our warm personal
f rienuS; .
The Oregon!! never "gets left."
Humphrey, compositor in that
, ofio. irwi cfjfijtXt5 to represen
uMMWJftf ifuT JuKJUf alio ticket.' fn
one column it was shown that the
entire republican ticket was elected
in Multnomah county by about 3000
majority. Humphrey received 2827
votes to his competitors over 5000.
fn the table of full returns, some
compositor through mistake or on
purpose, transposed a figure, bring
ing his vote up to 8227. Humphrey
will '-harmonize" this vote.
A gentleman lately arrived from
Han Diego warns all from going
there. He says that within the last
three months more than ten thou
sand people have left there, and
many more who want to leave are
without the means to get away.
Everything in business line is dull.
Attachments daily close out trades
men and shops. There is no work
for mechanics and laborers. Prop
erty is falling very low in value.
Climate is not food. Booming has 1
bursted. The inflation process has
ceased nene can raise the wind.
A contemptible trick was played
upon iMr. It. Cave last Monday. In
times gone by, Mr. Care has been a
dissenter, but tbis election, worked
squarely with the republicans. To
bring him into contempt and cast
doubt as to his political position,
certain democrats placed his name
upon their ticket for justice of the
peace, without his knowledge or
consent, and persisted in "working"
for him. Mr. Cave protested and
grew justly indignant at such action,
but all to no purpose. But in spite
of all their efforts, he would still
Riley around the grand old flag, be
neath which floated the republican
ticket.
Mr. Tongue's canvass greatly
strengthened the republican ticket
in this county. A fight of the most
bitter nature was waged against
both Mr. Tongue and Mr. Hughe?.
At Forest Grove and Hillsboro whole
tickets and three to one were freely
offered for a vote for Mr. Weather
red, nominee for county clerk on
the democratic ticket. Mr. Hughes
pulled through, with only seven
majority votes to his credit, which
is wondeif ul considering the "trade"
raging throughout the precincts.
Mr. Tongue comes to the front with
a handsome majority and a well-
earned reputation as a leading ora
tor of the state. The people of
Washington county have elected a
splendid ticket, and we hope no act
of any man thereon will ever cause
he people to regret a single choice
j Year by year there is a steady and
heavy gain in the population of th
State. This is apparent in the vote
cast at its successive general elec
tions. In June, 1886, the total vote
was 54,954. It will now exceed 00,
000. Multnomah county alone in
creases her vote about 1500 in two
years. It is apparent that through
out the state the increasing vote is
proportionately republican. In
1880 the total vote of Oregon was
40,810. The census of that year
made the population 174,708. The
same ratio would indicate a present
population of 254,000; but as the
number of families, in proportion to
voters, ia steadily increasing, we
judge the population of Oregon
may now be 275,000.
'Ihe case in which the question of
the validity of the woman suffrage
law came before Judge Nash at
Spokane Falls, waa that of Nevada
M. Bloomer vs. John Todd, J. .
Gaudy and II. E. Clark, election
ludires. to recover damages for re
fusing her vote at the election. The
case will in all probability be ap
pealed to the supreme court, and be
decided by that court in special ses
sion at Walla Walla in July. We
are not a lawyer, but will stake our
reputation as a lawyer that the de
cision of Judge Nash will be con
firmed. We will also stake our
reputation as a lawyer that it is not
in the power of the legislative as
sembly of this or any other terri
tory in the United states to pass a
woman suffrage law that will stand.
Wnilibirj 'Jlmr.
Swift followed the Irish rescript
bringing mourning and terror to the
democratic house, which was build
ed well but not wisely upon wool,
andfrarued of dissolving sugar; and
when the .storms of indignation
Bwept down upon it, lo it fell. Alas
for human ambition. There is wool
on the smoky moon and gnashing of
teeth upon the lonely Salt river.
A jolly band crossed the Rubicon,
but the sounds of revelry by night
have died away in groans wafted
from the Slough of Despond.
A perfect town is the one in which
you see farmers patronizing the
home merchants and the merchants
advertising in the home paper, the
laborers spending the money they
earn with their own tradesmen, and
all animated by a spirit that will
not purchase articles abroad if they
can be bought at home. The spirit
of reciprocity between business
men and merchants, tradesmen and
laborers, farmers and manufacturers,
result every time in making a town
a perfect one to do business in.
In thirtWiir:, t the fifty-two
counties oi vmuoriiia, mere are
total of 4D97 pernons engaged in
grape cultivation. Of these, many
include wine-making with it; some
make raisins from their grapes; a
very few raise grapes only for table
use. Los Angeles leads the roll
with 921 vineyardists. Sonoma is
second with C18; Napa ,tlurd, 508;
Santa Clara, fourth, 494. San Be
nito has only two in the industry.
"Now for Gresham,
.St. Paul Vitmrer J'n'.
says the
' It is far
from improbable that Mr. Blaine, in
writing his final declination, virtually
nominated Gresham to the presi
dency. The canvass of the friends
of the gallant soldier, the capable
administrator, the upright judge
and the honorable citizen, who ia so
prominent in the public mind and
thought to-day, will now go forward
with new vigor to Jt
destined i
triumph."
People all over the country are
asking what in the matter with the
mails, and the universal conundrum
is answered by an exchange, which
says the postal department is run by
incompetent official all the way
down from the postmaftrr general
to tbe postmaster in Arkansas, who
waited until the mail ba nt his of
fice was full before be sent it, awav.
What will the legal votcis of the
Hillsboro school district do next
Saturday? 1'omeroy, in Washington
territory, has decided in favor of n
810,000 school building by a vote
of 130 to ll. Let u animate.
SKW TO-IIAY
Nnmmoii.
IS THK ClBCCIT CoPBT OF THK StaTK OF )
Ob boon ro Washisotos Countt. i
Henry Ij. McClnrnn, Plaintiff,
a.
Arvilley McClaran, Defendant.
rpO Arvilley McClaran, the above-named
- JJetenttHiit:
In the name of the State of reonYou
are hereby required to appear in the above
named Court, and answer the complaint of
the Plaintiff, filed in the almve-entitled
nit, by Monday, the Hith dnv of July. A.D.
1888, which ia the firt day of the next
regular term of said Conrt.
And if you fail so to do, for want thereof,
the Plaintiff above-named will apply to the
Court for the relief therein demunded, to
wit: That the marriage and marriage con
tract now existing between yon aud the
Plaintiff be dissolved: that the care, rnstodr
and control of Elsie and Maggie, minor
children, of yon and plaintiff, im awarded
to plaintiff, and that plaintiff have anch
other relief aa may be equitable.
Thia Snmmona itt published by order of
Hon F. J. Taylor, Judge of 'the above
named Court, made and dated May 16, 188.
THOS. H. TONOLE,
u31-7t Attorney for Plaintiff.
WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICIAL RETURNS.
f Hermann
dentin
( Miller
S iLord
) Burnett
. IMeHiide
Congress .
Juilije
Attorney
Joint Senator .
Senator
F. A. Moore
: W. II. II. Myers . .
!A.. Brown
T. IT. Tongue
!S. li. Huston
II. U. Luce
J. (. Moore
t. V. I"!'
Thos. Paulsen
I. E. I'm Jin, jr. . .
EJ. S lnilnierick .
D. W. Ward
S. S. Dallas
W. II. Bhiek
Thos. ltitchie
'P. M. Dennis
N B. MeRtl
T. ('. MfNamer. . .
E. (' Hughes
;T. S. Wenthene l .
A. .1 . Fan no
W. Wiiiigener . .
F. I- Oeiger
A. V. IK-nny
J. .1. Kuratli ,
A. Heverman
; A. J. Fleming.. . .
J. S. Wacpener. .
K. Crandall
J. Fmnei. ......
C. Smith
.1 . .1. Johnson ....
W. D. Hovter. .. .
J. C. II all
W. W. I'urdin. . .
T. II. To.1.1
John Shute
I. Beale
U. Nnrmau
S. A. Ilohomb . .
J. C. Smock .
F. C'r.ni"
F. M. 1 oh: nson. .
C. II A d t m . . .
Rqire-entame
Sheriff.
Clerk
Recorder
Assessor .
Treasurer
S hool Stipt . .
Surveyor . . .
Commissioner
Coroner .
4ool lHMtnrs;o.
I will iMtare horacit ut il 0 rr month ;
coltrt. cent-i. J'aMture tirxt-clns.-i. tiood
liviii' water. Stock salted renularly.
Fencen in kkI condition. IV-tween ftoo anil
IkX) acres of iutsture. Where thero are four
or live borne. I will u-t after tlieia.ou ali- I
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cation. Address:
JAMES . I,KK.
tiuston. Oregon.
Sit 3a
XKW TO-DAY
Xotirc of Flnatl SeHlement
VO'l'ICK i hereby driven that C. K
Sehiuoltzer. Administrator of the
estate of Mary K. Sehmeltzer, deeeaned, hart
this dav tiled his Final Account in said
estate, and that FK1DAY, the f.th daT of
Julv. A. 1). IS, (it the hour of 1 o'ehx-k
A. ill., lie, and the same i her ly ttt-t, for
the hearing and lit ter111111.it ion of ll:e same.
UtHM)Ll'iI CltANDAl.U
j"-.t t Comity Jude.
Sum 1110 11 .
IW TRK ClB4lTIT Col'RT t" THK SrATK or
ORWMIt rll WtSHIXOTOM I'ofJtT.
Frederika B. Jodjr, Plaintiff.
Patrick Fowler, Jaine A Knew. Melvinti E. I
Tv..l- u g I . 1 : : I vL I . . I r
nnt.
IO Patrick Fowler, Jaine Aijnew, Mel-
X vina K.
1M: V. U Itoletuid Silas W.
Dale, the altove-nametl Defendaiit.4:
In the name of the State of Ou-tron You.
find each of yon. are herehv required to
appear in the above narnel tourt. and an
swer the complaint of the I'laiutiif. tiltd in
tlie alove entitled snit. Iv Mond.-iv. tin l;tli
day of July, Ishs, which' in the lirst day of
the net regular terra of aid Court.
And if you fail so to do, for want thereof,
the J 'lain t iff aliove-nanied will upidv to the
(Tourt for the relief therein demanded, to
wit: For judgment against 1'atrirk 1'owler
for the hum of "OO. in L. S. coin, w itli in
terest thereon since January 'Jl, l-.7. at the
rate of 10 percent, ir nnniiiu. and ;lie sum
of $tk", nttorney'H feet, and the costs mid
disbursement of this suit, and for a decree
ordering and directing the foreclosure ,f n
niortyaKe, yiven 'y defeud,iiit, Patrick
Fowler, to plaintiff, dated February 1, I-,',
and recrtfed on pate tit .f lxik II.
Kecord of Mortyajfen for Washington
('tmnty, Ch't'Kon, and the land therein
described, to-it: The Iand Claim of ii.
W. terrel. mid lieliuj the fractional N F.
qu
till
uarter of the S K nuarter of Sect .r. ami
le north half of the southwest ouarter of
sect , muu tne nor 1 11 west iiinr'er of tlie
southeast quarter of sect t, I IN, ii 'J W
in Wnshuiiiton Comity, Oic-joti. to 1h-sold
to pay said judgment, art prayed for; and
mat piainiui ur.ve rtucn tiier i liel tuny
oe. t fjuir aijie.
1 Ins rtiimmona im pnbiisluul !,v onler nf
toi. r . J. laylor, Jade ,f the 1 imve
j named t oni-t, made and dated -May L,, lsx
i num. 11. niMiui:.
ru.d-7t Attorney for PlaintiiT
Xotir for Publication.
Laj (rri-K r Orkoon Pit v. (Iiih,
June lsi, lrv. 1"
Notice is hkkuhy uvkx. that
the following naiaed .settler Ins tiled
notice of hi intention to make tjiml proof
in Hnmiort of bin claim, uud th.-it xiid proof
will lm nmd liefore the fount lerk of
WHshinytoii Ponntv, Oregon. t Iliilsttoro,
Oregon. 011 SAT I'll DAV, July IS, lxn,
viz: John 11 11 Klink, Pre-emption I. S No.
MH7. for the S. 's'of the N. W. 4 of Nee.
Tp. 'J N. K. 4 W.
11 name the following wii neMses to prove
hiH continuous residence noon, and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz: II P liuxtoii,
Anton Planner. O. II. Hiddink. tul J. 11
Kinck. all of Button, WitHuinetou County,
Oregon.
j7-;t W. T. BriiNF.Y. i:-fiHter.
ing Out
Millinery Goods
MY Entire SlooK of Millinery and Fancy
Dry Good will be closed out within
the next two eek at
Cost Prices !
A Mil n I d t rm r nnitv U nlTend to all
wish njj aryt i.n? in my line.
Jim. N. C HobertM.
Diss
Sale
FOIItlST CallOYE.
j7tf
IUNTY OFflCIAL RE1
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CURES WHERE Ail ILS
t'oairb rup. 1 Ktr n U UN
in tlm. hou
ni njr uruifviw.
I lielieve Piao'a Cure
for Consumption ared
ror life. A. II. Dowi ll,
Kditor Enquirer. Edeti
ton, N. C, April 23, 1-487.
Tho bhT Congh Medi
cine in I'iso'ti t'l'KK FOR
Consumption. Children
take it without objection.
liy nil druKxists. 'jc.
T
CURES WH1RE ALL USE I Alii
Bestt'-ouirti Hrrnu.
TaMra pmmI. Dm
in time. H0I1I by drusiruta.
Nehalem Headquarters!
R. W. IVIcNUTT,
t'OUM'.MI S.
oi;i::o.
-UKAdKK IX-
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Groceries,
Provisions,
Etc.
- - -
JUST RECEIVED
A lfcro rirtsortnietit "f
Men's Clothing
AND
Furnishing Goods !
Comprising nil the latent tyh In HATS
ltONNETS. Ete.
BRANCH STORE
At Yernoiiia, haleiu Yaller,
Where goods of every tlesorintl in are kept
cotiKtnntly in Htock.
VERNONIA STAGE.
On mid nfter April loth, I will rnn 11 St Hue
from Corneliuri to Vernonin. ('olmuhia
Connty Stae leaves my tore in Ctirnelin
fir that place everr Tnesd.iy. immediately
after the arrival of tbe mnil train from
Portlnud. cnrrvinir im-wioii't-N. rml lieht
Jane 10 1K87. jlti-tf
Cards,
Circulars,
Envelopes,
Blank Books.etc
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Manufacturer of
DRAIN TILE
IF1 ACTOBY,
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80
Throe Miles Northeast of
Hillsboro, Oregon.
Octoljer 4, 1W7.
oC-ly
AdmlnlMtrator'M Notice.
rI,Itj underuirmml hn Inen liy the Connty
t t oiirtof WnHhiii(;tn CVuntv. Oregon,
tiiily (iMiTitHl Administrator .l th KMtnte
f tm l 1.1.1m now, decenwd. All jrnoim
Jmviiig HiUHiw nuniiiHt wild KMnte, are
n ri'liy iK.tifi, ,1 to prtwnt Kit-in to ine. with
lir,(,.r vouch.-, nt iiiv reHidi iicn Hoiitli of
HillslKro. ,r nt tU law ,m.- t.f H. H.
luiKt .11. in HillKUmi, within uix inonthH
iriii this date. -
Thin May lt, lSH.
t":t-'t JI LH S ASBAHU.
Koiice 10 the Public.
I now havo my Now
ROLLER PROCESS
FLOURING MILL
In oj.f -ration, and am waling a
ry superior gralo of Flour.
Tlie pnl.lic in invited to give
tie New I'rooosfj Flour ntiisl.
Will keep constantly on hand
a full line of Flour, 1'ran, etc,
Exchange business done with
Tanners.
WAXTKll,
A Sttx-k of
Milling ht.
prico paid.
lliukwl.fitt and
Highest market
JOHN MILNE.
R. SANDFORD,
MM Sit I IN,
si u;i:,
- IM --
Al l OK IIf l i',
;i .r.Ncoi:. ouKtioN.
Olfio rt-t nivig f3Loi".
Healer in llrutr, lelii-hif k, I'ulnls,
OiN. I'Ac, hchitol lt,Mk' k 1 ! ron
st '.nt i v in Kt'rt'k.
o'.'l tf
lUvio Coiiix.
UrrniT 1'. W(thi,
1
HZIiXiSBORO
Meat Market!
CORWIN & WOOSTER, Props
Main Street, - HILLSBORO
Choice Beef,
Mutton, Vegl
And Pork!
Kejt rotiHt uitlv on linnd.
lliliet inaiket rle
IteiMi's Million, Veal ami
paid
lloifH.
for
Fair !: 1 1 11- go All !
Sa t i I a r t i o 11 I 11 11 rn 11 f
Please
Sept.
Civo us a Trial
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LANDS FOR SALE.i
1 '
OT mi Una Tine Street, well lornted.
li with limine, Hnrn, Well niul a k'ood
tlrehnrd l'riee, ifoo,
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Aerenof Iind, mile from 11. II
at liilh-v, 'i mile from Kelitwil and
, 111 lien irtiii 1 tirt'dt t trove, Wliti lioune,
h;rn, itiitl other iieceiouirv farm buihlim.
This place in thoroughly ' watered, and will
inxke a potttl Htock or dairy farm, with the
least ntst. ill or acre in rnltiviition, and
li or !." acres uluiottt clear, and the remain
der i IuiihU land that will mike a pood
burn. Mouift of which is Alder flat. This is
an iibnolute bargain at $'.'l.) jht iiore.
Acres, with Saw mill iin.l a Intgtmig
!r leHui, thri-e reKitlt iicch and three
liarns. This propi-rty is well located, nix
miles from li. 1;. 1 will sell the undivided
one-thiil of this pioiNrrty for f 150X1.
8
ACUKS WITH A TWO-STOKY IIOl'SH
of Heveii rooms, all 1'iird tiuish. arul n
barn that cost $:Sik), mi orchard of all kind
of fruit and all of the Muall fruit. This
1. Inc.' u favorably hx-nled on Main Street in
llillaboro. and will suit a man of meiin
I will sell either hnlf f thi. )liw tli ttn
proved mrt for $iKtHl, or the uuimpioved
for ir.ViO, or all of it for if :iLMi.
100
ACUKS OL' LAND MILKS
from (iasbiii. aiiil '4 mile from
School: C"i acres tf plow laud and 'M acre
slashed and needed and l.i acre of H11111II
Fir and Hazel. There is an orchard of l.Vl
liearing trees, and is wiiteretl by a Hpriuu
that never fails mid a well. This land lay
on a iiood load, and near school, l'riee, in
cash and ksh1 notes, f '.'7.V0.
t) IHS. WITH HOISK AND WKI.L
m I euced and iii cultivation. Price, f'M
ho s;
ACKKS. rXIMI'IiOVEI), fl MIKES
nth of IlilMioi'O, well watcrel; lay
well niul near tho f 'reniuery nt Farmmi;toii,
' lid ciues out to the road. Price, 1 I IJ.
A XICE, LAKOK AM) WKLL
J. nrraiifetl ICesidence, with all itece
sary ( mttniildiugs, Is-aring Fruit Tree, and
Six Its, Hitnaled near the new Prick lllock
in llillthoro. for s'llu at
At:res, ti mile from llillsiKiro, i.r
acre of i.low mid ! ncii-a of pasture
I ui.l: hou.te, Imru. uii.l l living tree ill
oichai ti, and ia watered by n H,rlng. Only
I 'a miles from school, mid i 011 a good
r.ad, I iiiile frm creamery; tuilea
from Poitl aid. Priw, i;5KMm,
T? Acres, tl mile from Hillsboro, with
I i bouse, li;.ni. orchard, well. wimmI
t hetl. etc., riuI 4t acre under plow and in
meadow. PriM, -.',KW.(W.
I have other land of
name roti to mention
tine quality toxi
V'. H. RUCKER.
Itral
Km! ate A gent,
: : OKFGOX.
1
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1 1
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IIILLSHOKO,
in tf
Executor' 3iot Ire.
OTICE In hrebr iven thnt I hnve
of HoUunon liU'li'i'-cl.-iiii, Ueceiixctl, 'v the
(Wnty Court of Vh .hiiiKtou 'ouiit, ()
nuti. All pernii i. living t'laiuiM f;iiiiHt
xuideHtnt nr r uud to prt-wut t, 1.1 to
int', with the rop prrK.fn, nt ttu . ri of
Chitii. 'l iurd, t ViL'nidville, in WmmI . t'toii
(Vmnty aforeHiiid, vmhiu his inoulh.i.
l)ata May, I !
MIIniN 1MC11AKI) V,
Kzecntor -f tt. I HHt Will mid 'J 4 nivnt
of HoIoiikiii Uich.arditoii. 17-M
A Vnru or TlmiiliM.
A 7K wih Ui renM our Hincorii tl . u Un
V to imr luinliUirn and frii tu) . .or
their kiiulneH4 t uxdarinc the Meiin n, of
our Littlu Wnllac.-( it vll tin in ur m id
iHTeavcineiit.
I. H. FVKItSOV.
li J. EVKICSON.
W. A. UOIllMX.
CARPENTER,
CONTRACTOR,
OUILDER,
coitNELti s, oi:i:nx.
JSTIMATKH n itMSHi:!) t)N ANV
j cIuhh of baildiiiK u upplicutioii.
CV.riit lius, Feliraury '.'4, 1H88.
lul-.'ini
Sealed lilU.
CrMl'AMKD with HjH-rifieat ioim. will
m received at the County :jerL'K
Ottice, on to One o'rlook I', M. of j'liurHl,i v,
Jiui 7, IHHA, for n Kene around th tlouit
House in HilUIoro, WHshintftou County,
Oregon. Th i iht to r"jct hid in reserved,
or to modify or chant; e tha Hx-ciiicatioiiM of
the one Hcoepled with coniit-iit of th hid
4er I'.ODOLl'U CUANHAl.T..
('iimy Jud.
HillHljoro, Oregon, Alny 14, kn, iul7-:!t
'I V11 lie r I ' 11 m i 11 11 f i o 11 .
r'llK (Junrterlv I''ilho I.Kaiuliiiitioii of
A Aiilieiiiiti for I eacli'TH 1'
will Ik? held ill the Court ll(im
' 1 tilicatiis
w at II. Hi.
Istro, beuiiiiiinif nt 1 o'clock P M.. VV
dav, May ;io. IM, anU eon: inning until the
following Friday. Applifautit miki- be
prim nt Ht the U'inL of thu exrm.iiia -t
ions.
v, t. vi.ci:nt.
Coil'd V riiprl'iiitclident,
Midd: 'mi, r., Mhv i ', I v .
DAVIES'
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY
m v. Ui vi:i:
rirf n ml Til) lor Sii'C(t,
' i-oiui.asi, orz-.co.x
$Ar!istic Work a Specialty.
Ink, Crayon find Water Color N
nitoal reitwiiuMhle intex
BAILEY,
TONGUE 61
SCHULfyiERICK
Old Stand !
S. W, Corner .Uaht ami Vrt MitiN
I
N WEEKLY
HlvleB of.
EI.CEII T OP EVJENI
Spring Goods
CLOTHING,
Hats, Doots, Ties,
Handkerchiefs,
Hosiery ,
I Ladies' and CcntB'
Furniahln Coods.
1
Dress Coods,
j Dross Trimmings,
Muslins, Prints, Etc.
I A!, n verv Inie, lou pln'e and vii II
! w-lectetl NttM-k of
Groceries,
Prnvisinns
v .
CANNED GOODS,
Notions,
Cigars and Tobacco.
All of nhit h we offer at th verv lowest
living rate lor Cash, or in nwhii'ngo for
1 rod uce.
Our stock is new liiel comjilete, mid we
invite instN'ctioti ami com on ri 4. in uil It ,.l i,..m
01 u-et ruillii. as Wii know u... ,..vi,t !.,,..
i deisoltl. uK t f
BOOS & CO.
FOREST GROVE.
IN ADHITION TO Ol lt FIT.!, IASV.
I of Orueral AlerclKinJisc, we have lor
sale the cc e hrntcd
tJoline Pumps
The Moline Hand Force Pump,
The Moline Lift Pump,
TheMoline Chain Pump,
Which are uperior to any now in ns., and
we guarantee each to irive sat ihfuct ion, aiul
our price are the IovHt.
ACJKNTS l oit THU
Ntiitlflmltcr Farm ami
Spring WiigoiiH.
DuggioSf Acmo Harrows,
And a full line of Ihe
J. I. CASE PLOWS.
And other Agricultural Implement.
Agent for the Oeiiu.-iii-Amei icfin and
Qaet-u Inagranoe Ootupnnie.
J. O. BOOS & CO.
al8 tf Format Orove, Oregon.
AilmIiilM(ratoi'' Nnlc.
NOTK'K hi honhy yivtm
njiirn of mi oi id r ji nt I
thnt 111 , nr.
decree of II..,
Coillily Court of the Ntiile i f Oieoii for
WiiMhii.toii Cniiiily. niide ami enteied at n
refill"." U-rm thereof, to witt 0.1 th hi'i d iy
of AlrtV, it, 111 tho inaller of the I V.I ,ln of
Jhiuch DiclkMiiu, deceased, and to lii iliiecl
cd at admiiiHtrator llicieof, u 1 I ,,t
public nur( ion, to thij hf'.'heHl l.'.I.U- i t I nt
'Oint JIoumh diKii', v Hill lioro, VViu ,1 1 Inn
County, iStato of Oregon, on
sin iiDAV, .11x1: 1(1, vhs,
At 11 o'clock A, M. of Mitiil dnv, Mn follow
in d.)Miiiled IraetM of Heal I'.nt 'W. lor ho
much thereof u, may bo tieciMciiv loi,iv
the debtH, claliim mid i mii.,hm o mIimIiih.
tr;il 011 of H.ii'4 i-rttale); h.iiiI iinl i hImIc h
di MTlb.il II , folloun, to wit: All I' .11- and
UiiK in tl 1 Cm. nly of WaHhiiuriun Mini
f'tat" of tleirmi, and mor pin tieulaily
dcHcribi d an I boiiiuh d 114 followH:
Itt Tiact Iti ini' tho il.imi Hteud Knliy of
. i n;.'M )u l, hi, Hitiiiifeil in eounfv niul
m,,i nfoii fiiid, an I dcxii tilted in the P. H.
Niil vevn 11 liot Oof Keel ion li, and dot 1 of
Keel ion V. all in T. I K. of It. i W. of tint
Wi.Iamell' lot 1 til 11111, c.,iil;iiuiiin 4T 40 l)
Hen -i.
I'd Tract -lli'trinniii) nt thu iHiut( r Htiike
on tli aeclioii line between Heclioli .1 hud j
ill T. J H. of li. I W. ol the Wtll.imetU
inei idiim: rillininK' thencn Hoilt.h oil Mi:tlou
line rodni thence weHl 77?., rod; tlu iicu
iiorlh l-'! rodw; tlntn'o writ roiU;
thence iiorlh 07X tniH to Hie center of hcc
tioll ti; thence en ,t IliO roiU to t lis placM of
beiliiniin, cohtnuiliu TiJ1 Helen.
Tel inn of Hales One third of purchaHU
price, cioth in hand 011 thu ilny of Hide; 0110
third 111 l InonthH, Mild I'eni under lu
tAelve moiithi troin dHy of ,ile, Willi In
treHtoii tl.li'iiid piiyiiieiitM 11 1. I ho lalMof
11 N r cent. r annum; del'err -tl im uii-ntt
to be Hectliett by a mortU.' upon t Ij
I leiuiHet .Ml conveyance to ,u at pur-
( llHtel'n fp, iiHe.
I'lriF.ic iiin'ow,
Administrator of tha Fntatu of Jiuuei
IhoUnun, Puceimed. luliiut
Hillsboro
Pharmacy
r I " 1 1 1 : Pi:tH'i:ir,nn;H, in aksi mino
1 Colltl'.l i.f ji' 1,11-,',.., -H in thu
tot. II, t-U to I lllko-.f II,. t ll, ! ,.lilnoi,t
elloi t,t will, I. tiili 1 r I'tril i iijiei t i. a n, bt,
directitl t'J'. ml. ll..' )nililie I.
They will foiitiinii.llv piiirhiiHo I In 1 r
Hi 111 :H fi'oni ihe b. I n,;m!!ai 1 11 ii--4 iii the
I.i'mI, or l invhele mul.li,; pie linixl ,o.
duct t.
Patent Medicines
- A M -
Proprietary Articles
II :f rill Milwi lined or ttll knovtii
j Will be kei t ill j,' relit vuriety.
repulutioii,
lltHil.H, AibuiiiH, Hcri'p I
Plll HCH, I to. AImo,
IiwiliH, SpcctitcluH,
STATIONERY,
CONTECTIONS,
RUSHES,
PAINTS & OILS
('.lit iiiimllv on hum!. '
Perfume 3?ios
III nil h'i.i H funl ill nil i ii-cs,
O AY RUM, FANCY SOAPS
AMI Al I.
TOILET ARTICLES,
AS W I I. I. AN
JB1W JT H, IEe.S !
Ill ennsitlt.riil.ln vm ielv, liept Iunloek.
WINES AND LIQUORS
Only Hold for Mrilieinnl J'liriMisi H. on
I'nr
Ht hll Mol. I hu Iin. . ou.,1,1,,. t-HeluHlvelv,
will l.e ki it. Pun km, thi n lore, ijiu .t hu in
Bl'i'oliintiett,
PRICES
An
lediicid on CuiiiiKiimded Medicine,
where the prime cost vull itdniil.
j Mil ItliOWN, the Hkm tisinn Clcilt, will
he I It used o tthovv I Ii I i ii,I i ii punhnMiu
nny 1 lli.'le in tiloeK, uml will cheei f nil j hI
I tend to no:t riills, ill ruse of eiuei yeiiey,
, 11 he low Klei ps in Din jut uijheK,
HILLSUORO PHAHMACY.
Mf tf
NEW GOODS f
CASH TALKS !
Wehrung
& Boscow
IIIMeMtOltO. oii:.ot
II
avi: ji nt )ii:ci:i Ll)
A WKLL
Bislectud htiKil, of
Canned Goods.
Tobacco
and Cigars.
CLOTHING,
Dress Goods.
Millinery Goods,
SILKS,
TIES,
HOSIERY,
GLOVES
Ir'SH TrimtuiiiH.
BOOTS 6c SHOES
and a Fine Assort incut nf
Furnishing Goods
i'or Lad i and Oeiitletueii,
All lind of Puruien Tfoduca taken in
I Exchange. lu2H-tf
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