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IN D E P E N D E N C E
U H I UK.
was in tuwu Wed-
B k o rg c N. Tuwiumud,
Quy b u [lurdwuett W'arron
M. • Ktutlaing» en v
' J. D. hea 4 i..: ! ! i \\ i. n I i u:tl
^I'tturuwd to H um liumo* in Dallas.
* «»<' at Salem di>l
EQUS ^ to th« Opel . 11 uusu building.
IS,.,., j Hyde has I jm t received a new
*1 fin« cigar- ilio La Uranadina.
l,M .t tha ad, o f Wilson «V Kay, of
kin. The* Inti ml to keep a good
) $UM leli cheap
1 R 00 V »right weethei haa been a bonanza
jea. The ,field.i are dotted with
r’ " B i C ploughmen.
& Lynns have this week sold
l U £ 7 plaoes. T to , mean business and
** purchasers when others fail.
* I Same» Harris IS receiving a lot of
plows, ate. , and expects to deal
BEUOS. tit oral implements in Dallas.
70 $1,800 can be had on real estate
J. 1 m 2 S till September Ir.t next, at 9 per
---- —-JaB aoon,W . S. K lxins , agent.
t mber that the first of November
¡TTrrTj t hare and that accounts due
¿Uj J jjjjjj, iBUKi be settled by tlmt
• n t • I trouble wM ensue.
. „ h . rrol at H ot' lie City this week, l>o-
ana ilurneson, nbo-ifc 925
*. btiiu. ^ potatoMk resulted in Brown be-
-------- w i t h » * nml killed.
1-W Nl.y Clerk SI. ellcy lust week went to
County end brought Hid fiither
- A T - ’ ty. He is slowly recovering from
riei receded at The Dalles some
>M given fc Miller has just received the
uiwiet. Ah!, of Mevecli , 11.1 pipes and cigars
ught to Dallas. Any person de-
^^^^^^H tliis lino can be suited
¡VJASO* Fairginves is still on hand at
bor with a full line of all goods
K l ^ |Upt iuBcountry storo. He sells
| Phan anybody. To be convinced
visit him with the cash or with
OREGON, fl u c e .
PLXJK Patent Washing Ma*
¡ « ’i s .
* only premium at the
urn cast of Jati.'S* fkir r irtlaiid. The owners
)LE SHOD RIGHT for Oregon
______ prepared to till nr.Iris in a few
vIPWOBT!.. (lealert. Address 1*. O. Box
Y - A T . . tlanJ-
1 never knows h ov mean ho is
reports for a paper. He watches
1 : w with fiendish delight, knowing
‘ tier or later it will furnish him
larrowina piece of news. II is
ta up with joy when he sees
1 the Court* ¡depart with rifles and cartridges,
d to him i»roiLj|B «K lpi. 'ntcd and defrauded
, turn wHu* it accident. Assaults
P23-*»i n series, and desertions and mur*
suicides; mishaps and misery;
falls; broke n nocks and stranded
M. 1 his soul with inhuman ecstasy,
by a strange contradiction, I 10
..vith the sorrowful. His heart
& P IP fco u his head. He is a strange
2 Y S - A T ^ ^
The I axh I t ilitnr.
this held sonic Oregon editors
Il tho Court »1 * recently printing a notice ex-
atter taste for each of them “ to
'lo r o u s lloking glass and descant
ISO A' A M* defonpity.’' When an editor^
r -----------' la-
D sl'KGEOi'ina to p iff himaolf, he m a r " " 1'
f a fool, afa,l “ blows tho ho # 0<1 in
try eye.’ 'WVh.itover else f.V he.
.1 t n.,« ndjun» « t b e chock of such ,,lt(,r>
,Uth 0,nX M
in prnmlinj, h is jrai.es,
loncc and Daihl
l.ltv •conc,iit is mi cinbntt^ltrBsa'
aspect»«) ok-nbbod ami ancient i°
1881 lv _ lance ! nop
tunce can piep bent its
varks down. With a ,li/ruphrasu
1 « well-known poem,he mJ<lo»ciibcd
irhoso pagod things of T all,*y-
Jith front of brass and f>f ®l»y-"
¡;e tells of himself. V ,lu knows
, is not marvelous; wi/e does that
t grand; What he tir that is not
mud; whs* he says t l '8 not lumi-
with genius, is not th knowing.
oilig. or thinking, saying. IIis
D U ( i n f *i f ® “ 4,1 P r e fa c e '.''k e th e w vitcli
jJXlue heath, his . erv is i I “ . I ’ll do. and
1 Hid I ’ll do. " JJcpitapli alone
VrxrTt h SAlltt,! and hio<lest -¿upturn;” or in
miceat TMpincular, iustod."
out two weeks agryoung man by
6 nni 8 y, living a short
D IC E , O^ioe sbovo ßcio.
>k his gun and
sho Not returning
when he Was ej cted, search was
p flVi •ptTMuTU1^
^ op Wm, b without success.
“ *** m then Mppal to have been
loos th h*vemWod, but upon fiber investigation
'nl T 11 WM f°w*d on e bank of Thomas
A short dislice farther down
ream his hat, ith fonr buckshot
‘dp. This iminedi-
and returning to
< discovered where
been Jln-.l *y some one on a
Ot'ipER 1 - short diatancftiF, and whero the
id grazed a sm.-l grub in a direct
S h eriff Sale th where it' is opposed lie stood
killed. One oJthe buckshot was
't’ E OI a N S'*® from th«gM>, imd it proved to
out o| 1 ,,'ciitAjl *arn» lise nitlio one» which had
OreRon.ioif»11 i hro“ l|K P* ■t Tha body ha»
lit it is aupposed to
Beeler m i lifted either in the creek or some-
Ellen 1 toiler, >car the • m where the hat and
ed in snUfoifiVf fo u n d .r* arrests ’ have yet 1
mber, lS*i for ad* The ¡consed was a cousin
dred and Urt* W. N.
go, who lives near
-hundred^ l D«*-Salem
said judgiW 1
d decreed kj I .is week
Hie foltowi® Hie noi^
r»m and a ftiÄ S l thin^
:o-wit : F o u A ’l busy
ii part of “ < B \ t Per
e cut off
town of M
ad State 1
ue of said
<f said décru,
on, at the froJ<* 1
te, in Dallas, ety
»y . O c t o b e r , t o r ,
p. M., all the r.lso
t the said defcfkl
ibove described n at
t day of May. J
eut of Twelve The!
ii interest at thJ|H
innrn from the G l V , j
81, aud the fi^ ^ l
ml 48-100 D o l l / W
»ale—Cash in ]
H . Ik;
» r iff o f P o lir eon r
O re g o n , S e p t . !7,>
. B. JOH]
D E N T I S ' i
returned to Ind^
y locate, is pr
tal work. Filling]
Vanduyn A Smit
; T r ip .
a visit to the vil-
fn part of the county
her quiet, t. farmers
putting in vV; eir fall
Ht business, ..hd de-
I at a very small mar-
erry also do an im-
ork in their black-
op. Wilson & Ray
drug and notion
[be doing well. At
brthington has a fine
(loing well. Cook &
•ocory store at this
|t Lawn Arbor and
I supply the wants of
arith anything de-
try surrounding the
i fine as any in the
M by honest and in-
ml hence it is needless
rr.MizEH circulates ex-
| lr l r f — f i t .
No. 23, I. O. G. T.,
ilicly install the officers
|tig quarter on Friday
13rd. An interesting
prepared for the oc-
gement of the affair is
l committees, who will
make it an enjoyable
einbered event by those
i as to receive tickets
the hall will accommo
I number of visitors, the
i made general
(rnoM ora » ploal iokre ^ i ’ undent .]
( from or* «rscuL corriu » fosi » bxt .)
County Surveyor Wright was in town A voice from Balcm now comes on the
this week, doing tome surveying for some J
of our citizens.
; The vote has been given, the die ban been
L. »!. Hall, Frank Collina, N. L. But 1
, 4 , a
ler and L. Bettman, all of Dallas, were in* Wilh J- N- Do,rh for Senator, the tried
and * true,
town this week. As yet, we have hoard '
of no serious lose to any ouo. Smoke ' We oure not if our colors be the «ed. white,
houses a ero all locked.
As we hear it: 44 Well, how you like A truce to politics, for now we would give
Like him? Why didn’t th ey' A description of Ferrydalo, in which we
elect Vi Hard/ I ’d a hundred times rather !
Oh, that virtuous 17! Forgive, if we fail its merit* to note.
That crowd of Joseph»! There isn t one 1 And take it all aa a practical “ joke.”
of them that could be elected school di* j
M erch ants, black sm ith s, and a doctor h a v e '
Anti-monopolists to the!
back-bone! How many could have boon I | And W
our lsundryman—Slug Lee;
elected 011 a Dolph ticket?”
■ A drug store too, and coufuction’ry so
Some of our citizens are discussing tho
feasibility of constructing a telephone be Where the genial Kay can sell you butter
and cheese by the slice.
tween this place and Albany, Indepen
dence or Jefferson. Our opinion is that
Miss Jessie Haskett is visiting hor sister,
Independence would be the best point to ¡Mrs. Frizzell.
connect with. Four and one-half miles
will roach the place. Brew the matter,, The farmers are busily engaged sowing
gentlemen. We believe it will pay a good l“ c,r fftR groin-
Dr. J. M. Roberts, of Portland, paid
per cent, on the investment.
The Imp pool at this place has our town a professional visit this week.
Mr. J. W. McGrow left last Monday
There was about 500,000 tbs
of hops pooled here, and tho almost fab for Weston, to be gone about two we**ks
ulous ¡»rice of 021 cents per tb was real
Rumor says there will bo two marriages
ized. The hop crop brings in nearly as in town soon. Wo are fully convinced
much money as the wheat crop, this year. that there will bo one, if we aro to judge
Thirty-two thousand two hundred and from symptoms.
titty dollars in one season for tho hop in
Mr. Geo. E. Good, the accommodating
dustry is doiug well, we think.
editor of tho I tbmizeu , paid our town a
How about a city council! Is it not three-days' visit this week. Call again,
time to become very mysterious about the Mr. Editor; you are always welcome.
tickets, get little jobs fixed up, and do
Tho handsome and commodious resi
other little things so necessary to a suc dence of Mr. J. P. Frizzell is nearing
cessful election? It would not lie right completion. It will be quite an ornament
for all to join in pleasantly and elect sub to our town. Perrydale can then boast
stantial, law-abiding citizens, — and we of the finest house iu Polk county.
mean by law-abiding, those who respect
Mr. C. T. Waller, one of our most en
Sunday laws as well as Monday laws.
terprising merchants, has returned with
his family from Portland. We are glad
T O W * TALK.
to welcome you back, Clarence, afler your
17lint 1 m Kal«l o f the S e w rtcn ator— lt e n m r k s being absent on business for three months.
Since tho legislature lias concluded its
W ise nn«l o t h e r w i s e .
fa.ee we have heard a number of men say
Friday afternoon general interest was they were in favor of women voting, if
manifested in the struggle that was going they want to. W© would like to soo tho
man who could make them voto if they
on at Salem. The result of tho twelfth didn’t want to.
ballot, telegraphed here, showing no
We hod tho pleasure of seeing the
change, and tho announcement that the comet, this morning.
is not much of a success, as yet, but
ballot was still proceeding, intensified the
interest. The telegraph office was crowded we are promised a inagnitieent exhibition
r»f its caudal appendage before it takes its
after 7 o’clock by anxious inquirers. The final departure for parts unknown. Its
assembly was for tho nonce a miniature tail is composed almost entirely of livor
legislature and as the successive bulletins pads and kidney cure. It will probably
wore read, a lively skirmish of repartee, bo near enough to road the advertisements
next week. Wo understand this luminary
sarcasm and wit was carried on by the
cost the patent medicine man two hundred
adherents of Mitchell and his op- and fifty thousand dollars, and is bound
When Mitchell dropped to to bu a success.
22 and stayed there for several ballots, a
Uncle Billy Perry, after whom Perry-
Mitchell man exclaimed:
“ Wo’vo got dale was named, and who Ì 3 now one of
leading citizens of Sprague, W. T . , is
you, boys; wo »are going to stay with it.”
on a visit to his old home, looking after
The other side looked blue, but seemed his property at this place. He reports
determined not to yield. About 8 o’clock, everything lively in tho desert country.
tho Portland operator announced that he Uncle Billy was surprised to see such an
must go to the “ press” tables, and that extensive trade »as is carried on by Mc
Grow & Waller. It is a mystery to some
cut off the communication from that people how they can keep four clerks busy
office. The Woodburn office gave us a wrapping up goods; but if you will notice,
few points, but finally that was silent and they carry the largest advertisement in
no answer came to the repeated “ calls.” the I tkmizf . k . Cuuitux?
“ Is there a saloon at Woodburn?’’ asked
ZEN A T t E M S.
the operator. “ Yes,” was the reply of a
bystander. “ Then that accounts for it.
[FROM OUR RPRCIAL CORKEhPONDKNT.]
That fellow has adjourned.” A rattling
Wo are blessed with beautiful moon
fire of questions came over tho wire from
Airlie, Dayton and other points. “ Is the light evenings.
Rev. Mr. Hannah will preach here to
Senate adjourned?” asked tho Dayton
man. Somebody suggested that he bo morrow at 11 a . m .
wired the startling intelligence tnat it
The hunters have returned from Nes-
had adjourned, to meet next December. tucca, but say game is scarce.
At hall-past ten, there being 110 hope of
Mrs. W. B. Ernest has gone on a visit
further intelligence, the crowd reluctantly to her old Kentucky home.
dispersed, with a belief that there was a
Dudley Purvine, who had his leg broken
Early »Saturday morning, tho streets some time ago, is getting along nicely.
A funny sight: To see an editor trying
were filled with people, anxious to know
the final result. While the sun was yet to pail a cow, and string his type in the
engaged in his matutinal kiss of tho wak mud.
ing flowers, John Hyde .appeared, coming
We hope that your correspondent in
from the telegraphic office, and his shout, Perrydale has recovered from his indispo
borne on the balmy breeze of the fresh sition.
and early morning, woke the ochoes and
The ladies of Lincoln are going to give
thrilled tho shirt-fronts of the waiting a Thanksgiving supper on the evening of
“ Dolph fifty-one.”
The cry Thanksgiving Day. Ail invited.
was taken up and passed from mouth to
Dr. J. W. Watts did not lecture hero
month, and soon excited groups were
gathered at the corners, discussing the all- as announced in last week’s I temizes ,
important event. It would be impossible sick lie ss in his family preventing.
Mrs. W. B. Earnest started on Wed
to portray tho joy, the disgust, the tri
umph, tho crest-fallen air, the various nesday last for Missouri, to spend the
and variegated shades of thought and fall and winter, after an absence of thirty
fcelimj that were manifested. “ 1 wanted years. We wish her a pleasant journey.
the Republican party punished,” said a
The farmers are busy with their fall
prominent Republican and ex-representa- grain. Most of them succeeded in get
tive, “ and it couldn’t be worse punished ting in their summer-fallow before the
unless Joe Simon or Sol. Hirsch had been last rain, and the prospect for next year’s
crop is good, s«» far.
“ What do you think of your man?”
We are glad that the senatorial con
sarcastically asked a Mitchell Republican test is over at last; but it would have
of one of the other sort. “ Ho is not my been far better to have some of those bills
choice,” was the reply, “ but he has a acted upon that went up for consideration
clean record.” “ In a horn, he lias,” the than to have wasted tho time in tho elec
other said: “ what about the Polk County tion of a senator on the last day of tho
farm he stole?” “ Ho didn’t,” and “ he session. There will bo a time for some
did,” and “ he didn’t,” came hot and f«ast, of those members to rise and explain.
and the whole merits of a law suit in
On Wednesday afternoon tho advance
which Mr. Dolph was once engaged in
this county were deb.ated, ending in the guard of the Flowery Kingdom’s soldiery
mutual conclusion that the litigant» had I passed through
I" r' ’u» n our
held tho cow while the attorney milked j
lhat “ ?> »re about to attack Oapt.
her. “ Dolph has been my man all tho [
K C' ark,a 8 ™b patch, west of lit.
time," was remarked by a score of persons bouse. Chickens have taken the hint by
who had never before been suapcctod of roostin« m the trees
A very good idea,
such wise foresight. “ Dolph is a bloated j W 0 n>*vfm d a Mongolian some fine
aristocrat; he wouldn’t speak to you and | mornm£ »»»Pended with Ins queue fast on
me on tho street." remarked an irate •?“ ? fir ‘ "n b ., from trying to commit
M.tchellite to an endorser of the cl,lcke,1 1 ’teah,l 8 :
“ eighteen.” “ Perlwips not,” was the re I
M O M I O l i n IT E M S .
ply, “ if you were along.” This raised a ■
laugh and restored good humor. “ At his ,
T from oua bpkcial corrkhpondkxt .)
last deal, Mitchell held four Democratic
Mr. Baker, editor of the Baptist Beacon,
jacks and couldn’t come in,” said a sport
I was in town Tuesday.
ive gentleman; “ it beats any game I ever .
saw.” The number of persons who fore-
saw the final result and knew all the time
that Dolph was to get the Mitchell men,
has alarmingly increased since the tight
ended. The discussion is still kept up
at intervals, like the dropping fire after a
battle. Tho Democrats seem to enjoy
the situation. Upon the whole, the elec
tion of Mr. Dolph is generally regarded
as a fair solution of a difficulty that
seemed to bo insurmountable.
“ anti-monopoles,” as some one has
quaintly dubbed them, draw an unfavora
ble inference from the new .Senator’s past
and present connection with railroad in
Gliver Waller, of Salem, was over
^ ie we^‘k.
Mr. J. Butler has gone to Portland to
attend the business college at that placo.
Mr. Levi Lcland gavc'us a pleasant lec
ture last Friday evening; also again on
Mr. W. C. Kennedy has moved from
the eastern to the central part of town,
on Warren street.
The Misses Ebbert, and Miss Maxwell,
of Lane county, came down last week to
attend school at this place,
The Good Templars lodge which met
at this nlace the first of the week was
composed of delegates from eight lodgt
Miss Emma Waller, who has been hav
ing a spell of sickness, has recovered suffi-
Mr. John Wilcox died at his home at j ciently to go to Portland to lay in a full
McCoy, in this county, on last Sunday supply of millinery goods.
. , 1
widow and two little ¡nrls to mourn hi»
low. Deceaaed waa reipected in the
community where he lived, being in-
dustrious and quiet.
With gentle heart his race he run,
And steadfast held his humble way,
True to his own and false to none,
His hearthstone misses him to-day.
With gentle heart and qniet mind,
He stepped into the valley dim.
Nightfalls for those he left behind,
But morning dawns beyond for him.
And »till they come,
The bill h u penned
the legislature, end we now heve a State
Normal «chimi in our county.
j The two societiea of the college have
■ adjourned, end have organized a new
| society, in which both »eze» are admitted
to membership. We wish it success.
At Rest Portland, October 11, 1882, of
j congestion, Laura E ., daughter of J. M.
j and E. A. Roberta, aged twelve year»,
j three months and one day.
» lu iT iE K i 'i K i r .
IT E M S .
IKHOH OUR kl-RUUI# CORRKSFOXDRNT.)
Send your orders to 8 . Douty at Inde
pendence for shingles.
Tho Cooper Bros, have drawn off their
stage line between this place and Salem.
Henry Patterson, son of the Hon. F.
A. Patterson, is quite ill with the inter
Tho rivor is falling again, and it looks
as though more gravel can be had for
A. J. Reiss has moved his frauy» build
ing, which stood next to Godley’s tin
shop, out near tho depot.
Sam Goff, Road Supervisor of this dis
trict, deserves the thauks of the people
for the fin** work he is doing and has done
ou the roads.
Messrs. Mitchell & Wolverton are now
the owuers of tho sash and door factory
near the Belt House, and are running it
to its full capacity.
Invitations have been issued by the In
dependence Hook & Ladder Company for
a grand ball at Butler’s Hall on Friday
evening, November 3d.
The Board of Trustees, at their last
meeting, granted an auctioneer’s license
to Mr. Judson, and also granted leave to
Prof. V. Garrigus to peddle vegetabios
within tho town.
Jacob Stroedcr, a vendor of a patent
cough medicine, was arrested in town on
last Wednesday night by U. 8 . Deputy
Marshal Wayne Williams, on a dispatjh
from the Sheriff* of Umatilla county. The
Sheriff has been on his track since last
4th of July, but for what charge is un
The burglar excitement, which began a
week ago last Monday, when it w’as re
ported that the McMinnville and Amity
robbers were bearing down upon us in
solid phalanx, has continued with brief
intermissions, ever since.
H. M. Lines
fired two or three shots at two men who
were trying to effect an entrance into his
house on last Monday night.
Miss Ida May Parker, of Independence,
Oregon, and Dr. Eugene Ketchum, of
Ann Arbor, Michigan, were married at
the McCoy Hotel, Chicago, on the 18th
of last month, by the Rev. D. G. Strong.
Dr. and Mrs. Ketchum have our sincerest
wishes for a life of continued happiness,
and we hope that the felicity of their
married life may increase with the corning
years. Mrs. Ketchum has many friends
who will regret to learn that she will not
return to Oregon.
Between 12 and 1 o’clock on last Satur
day morning tho wild clanging of the fire
bell aroused our citizens from their peace
ful slumbers, and in less time than it
takes to write this, the quiet streets were
filled with an eager, anxious throng. Tho
fire proved to bo in Israel Hedge’s house,
just back of tho Western Hotel, and was
extinguished by the firemen and citizens,
after a short but decisive struggle. The
fire was discovered by Marshal Williams,
who, without waiting to knock or an invi
tation to enter, bursted in the front door
and aroused the sleeping inmates. We
are requested by Mr. Hedges and Mr.
A1 Carey, to thank the firemen, and others
who assisted, for the excellent service
which they rendered, and also Marshal
Williams, for his vigilance and prompt
action. Loss, about !$50. No insurance.
This is what the Louisville Cour
ier-Journal says to another sheet of
the same proclivities: “ The Ind:an-
npoli8 Sentinel, which is owned by
jobbers and edited by a jackass, may
be described as a Republican tomcat
masquerading as a Democratic tom
tit.” The Alta supposes it will take
the Yale school of journalism a hun
dred years to produce a genius who
can use English with force and ele
gance equal to the above.
Until the 1 st of October. I will sell my
Stock of furniture almost at cost. Those
wishing tc purchase furniture esn make it
pay to oall on tue now. I wish also to
give notice to those indebted to me
their bills by the first dsy of October
J. M. C amtbux ,
D allas , Sept. 16, 1882.
g«U, and ¿1
To Louis Sachs« andTCuTTSachse. ^aNyR«. Defend
f TOE NAME OK THE STATE OK OREGON,
you are hereby notified and required to appear iu
the above-named Court at Dallas, in said Folk County,
on or before the first day of the next regular term of
said Court to be holden in Dallas, to-wit: On the 4th
day of December, 1882, and answer the complaint of
All persons indebted to the late firm of the Plaintiff therein filed against you. Aud you are
hereby farther notified that if you fail so to appear
Riggs A Miller are hereby notified that and
answer, the Plaintiff will take a decree against
their accounts must be settled by Novem you for the relief prayed for in her complaint, which
ber 1st, 1882. All accounts not settled by Is to declare a certain deed from the Defendant, John
to the Defendant, Maria Sachse, voluntary
that time will be nluced in the h ands of an Conner,
fraudulent and void, as against the Plaintiff, and to
attorney for collection. Settle np and declare the Plaintiff the owner in tee of the land
therein described, and that she is entitled to the im
Kioos A M illkh
mediate possession thereof, which laud is described
as follows: The southwest quarter of section oue, in
township uiue, south of range four, west of the Wil-
ette Meridian, containing one hundred and sixty
A large, dark-red cow strayed from H.
of land, all in Polk County, Oregon. Also for
J. Ellis’ place, one mile north of Dallas, acres
the costs and disbursements of this suit.
about a month ago. When last seen she
This summons is served upon you by publication,
was ttid*-hobbied, fore aud hind feet to by order of lion. K. P. Boise, Judge of said Court,
gether. The person finding her and whish order bears date October 19. ISSL
Bsx I! avoir . W. T ruitt , W. H. H olubs .
giving mo information of her will be lib
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
H. J. E llis .
Thanking my many customers for their
liboral patronage during the past fifteen
years, I respectfully solicit a continuance
of the same, and assure them that I am
now prepared to soli goods cheaper than
A dolf W olf ,
From H. M. Coopers place, about one
unle frons Independence, one bundle cow
with bell cn, one line back eew with swal
low-fork in each ear, and one red yearling
heifer with swallow-foA in each ear.
Any one giving information of their
whereabouts to J. F. White, on the nlaee,
will be suitably rewarded.
The “ Dixie M ills" have shut down for
repairs, and irfll not be able to do any
farther work until about the first of No
vember. dur customers please read.
K jxatz , W ashburn * A Co.
B ixie , Oregon, October 5, 1882.
All persons indebted to me on account
for lumber are rogpectfu^ninvitod to call
and settle ns soon os p o p p le , as I need
money to run my business. 8. D outy .
R E A L E STATE
A hure Curo for Blind, Bleeding, Itch
ing aud Ulcerated Piles has been discover
ed by Dr. ’William,(an Indian Remedy,)
called D r. William's Indian Ointment. DALLAS,
A single box has cured the worst chronic
cases of 25 or 30 years standing. No
one need suffer five minutes after apply
ing this wonderful soothing n:edic*ne.
Lotions instruments and electuaries do
■as for 8dfo, sa y tonus,
more harm thau good. William's Ointment
absorbs the tumors, allays the intense
itehing, (particularly at night after get
ting warmjin bed,) acts as a poultice, gives
instant relief, and is prepared only for
Piles, itching of tho private parts, and
T n k b e r L a n d s, E t c . E tc.
for nothing else.
Read what the Hon. J. M. Coffinberry
of Cleveland has to say about Dr. Wil
liam’s Indian Pile Ointment; I have P E R 8 0 N A L P R O P E R T Y
used scores of Pile Cures, and it affords
me pleasure to say that I have never
Of all kinds sold on commission.
found anything which gave such immedi
ate and permanent relief as Dr. William’ s
Call at my office, two doors north of tlio Dallas
Hotel, and see list of bargains.
B. D e LASIIMUTT.
For sale by all druggists, or mailed on
D allas , Oregon, October 1 2 ,1S82.
receipt of price, $ 1 . 00 .
Hodge, Davis A Co., wholesale agents, W. TRUITT.
C. A. JOHNS.
C o u n t y ,
General M eroh
A N D D R U C S A N D M E D IO IN E 8 .
K e e p con sta n tly o n b e n d e fu ll aasertm ent o f
G R O C E R IE S,
Furnishing Goods, Dress Gooffs, Etc., Etc.
W estem I
W estern !
J. White, F k s .; Jas. Phelan, Vio« Pros.; B. G. Brush.
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The fallowing namw ar« those df
CRAIN AND CRASS LANDS,
H E N It V A C O .. P r o p ’ ra.
Bto^'-nlfi««*, with U m I t bu
■ ana occupation given:
JUDGE 8. G. HASTINGS,
JAMES PHELAN. 519 M am
J. A. FOLGKK, Politer 6 C a. wlmteie coffee and a le s dealer«, California
8. MACDONOUOH. MaodououBli k Co., tpal merchant«, si ami 56 Market.
0. D. O’Sullivan, director Hibernian Bank (late O'ttulUvan. Kelly k Co.)
ROBERT MoKEK. She^Rucquem« k McKee, wholesale liquor dealer«.
ii. FRAPOLLI, B. Jhapolll k Co., wholesale deal«» In native win««.
W. D. O’SULLfVAk, wholesale dee..................................
r io paints and oil«,
P, HAUT10AN, wholesale groc and liquor dealer, Flrat and Howard atmet«.
MICIIAEI KANE, WILLIAM WILLIS,
JOHN FAY. WILLIAM M. LENT.
N. C. LUHHM, Wheaton & Luhra, wholesale provision merchants, 219 Front.
J. M. DEWITT, wholesale grocer and provision dealer, 410 and 418 Sannoine street.
JONES SCROENFELD, importer of leaf tobacco, 423 aud 425 Jackson street.
J. RUDOLPH, Rudolph <fc Co., importers and manufacturers of pianos.
F. O'LKARY. P. J. WHITE, GEO. W. 8K88ION8, Capitalist«.
N. OHLANDT, Ohlaudt & Co., coal merchants.
W. W. DODGE, Dodge & Co., wholesale grocer«, Front and
A. P. IIOTALING, Rotating & Co., wholesale liquor dealers, 425 and 427, Jackson.
E. B. POND, Pond, Reynolds & Co., wholesale liquor dealers, Market.
NICHOLAS OOETJEN, manufacturer of pickled good«, 1032 McAllister.
GUS REIS and FERD REIS, Reis Brothers, Capitalists, 519 California.
T R U IT T & JO H N S ,
HENRY CASANOVA, F. Danori k Co., wholesale grocers, 504 Front street.
M. II. KELLY, Kelly Egan, wholesale liquor dealers, 604 Battery.
t t o r n e y s - a t - L i i 'w .
G. FREIDRICH, Belloc JtCo., bankers, 521 Montgomery.
THOMAS JENNINGS, wholesale grocer.
COMSTOCK, wholesale and retail dealer in furniture,
f K. JACOBS, Capitalist.
GRASS VALLEY )- J. C. COLEMAN and K. COLEMAN. Capitalists.
FFIÇ1 ON ittLL STREUT, NORTH OF COURT
*sT The abovo list of names contains some of th« wealthiest and best known merchant« and cupRaeLAe at
California, which is a guarantee of the Company'« solidity.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcors, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi 0
tively cures Piles. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re N E R V O U S __D E B IL IT Y .
funded. Price, 25 cents per box. For
sale by Jasper It. Miller.
A SORE CURE GUARANTEED.
B arklcnN A rnica Halve.
•pF.. E. C. WESTS NERVE AND I1KAIN TREAT-
t * ment, a specific for Hysteria, Dizziness, Convul
sions, Nervous Headache, Mental Depression, Loss of
Memory, S|»ermatorhoea, lmpotency, Involuntary
emissions, premature old age, caused by-cvcr*«xes ion,
self-abuse or over-indulgence, which leads to misery,
decay and death. One box will cure recent cases.
Each box contains one month’s treatment; one dollar
a box, or six boxes for five dollars; sent by mail pre
paid on receipt of price. We guarantee six boxes to
cure any cast». With each order received by us for
six boxe9, accompanied with five dollars, we will send
tho purchaser our written guarantee to return the
money if the treatment docs not effect a cure. Guar
antees issued only by
WOODARD, CLARKE Jk CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists, Portland, Oregon.
Orders by mail at regular prices.
WTOTICE IS IIENECY GIVEN THAT I WILL
meet the Tax-payers of Polk County, Oregon, in
their respective Precincts, at their usual place
votinf, for the purpose of collecting: Taxes for the
ear 1882, and will remain at »¿id places from tho
tour of 10 o ’clock a. m. until 4 o ’clock p. m ., at the
following times and places, to-wit:
mf.t l * k c ...........*............... Wednesday, November 8th
Bethel........... ........................ Thursday,
Friday, November 10th
Dixie....................................... Saturday, November 11th
Monmouth................................Monday, November 13th
Independence..........................Tuesday, November 14th
Buena Vista.......................Wednesday, November 15th
Suver..................................... Thursday, November 16th
Luckianiutc................................Friday, November 17th
Bridgeport.............................. Saturday, November 18th
Dallas........................................Monday, November 20th
Sheriff and Tax Collector, Polk Co.,Ogn.
A^ent for the Ends & Adams’ celebrated
D allas , October 16, 1882.
woven wire mattresses. All kind» of
NEW THIS WEEK.
Tbi» Company w.m organized independent of and never joined tbe Combination.
It will give you Insurance at a Reasonable an« Living Rate, i l l
Loss«-; paid immediately upon Adjustment.
« 5 0 .0 0 0 .0 0 deposited in Oregon for the security of Policy Holder*.
A . P . IIO T A L IN G ,
G e n e r a l A g e n t, P o r t la n d , O g n .
( MOTI CÇ
J A M E S T A T O M , D is t r ic t ¿ « e a t .
S. W. ALLEN,
Su m m o n s .
Mattresses Made to Order !
In the Circuit Cotrt of the State of Oregon, for the
County, of Polk.
John P. Hart and T. B. Ilart, an insane person, by
D. M. Guthrie, his guardian, Plaintiffs, vs. Julia A.
jf llanos, Jacob Hayes, William M. Riggs, George A.
Riggs and G. B. Riggs, his guardian, and Thomas
Ho Julia A. Hayes, Jacob Hayes, William M. Riggs,
George A. Riggs and G. B. Riggs, his guardian, and
Thomas Hart, Defendants:
N THE NAME OF THE STATE OF ORR0OV,
you and each of you are hereby required to ap
pear and answer the complaint filed afhintt you id
the ubove-entitleo suit, by the first day of the term
of said Court following the complete publication of
this Summons, being the 4th «lay of December. 18l2.
as by law required, or for want thereof, Plaintm wil!
take judgment against you as prayed for in Plaintiff’ s
complaint, which is for a partition of tbs fplloi
described ifed projepty, according to th<
rights, as therein set forth: The South I half of th«
Donation Land Claim of Thomas Hart, NoRf
No. 2280, in % 8 8., R. 6 aad 6 W. of the Willamette
Meridian. Also all that certain tract of land known as
a part of
»< the Donation
DonaHon Claim of A. J. Gilliam,
cation No. 2774,
aisl more particulaily
ler of ant»
bmrinnho at the “ 8. “ K. corner
claim, No. 51, in f . » 8., A 6
5 W. of the
* B. it-OOdptlaS
Heridian, ninoi-iz tiien
thence North «3% W. 78.92 chains; tfience SouffTll.l
chains to said Gillijm’s 8. W. corner on the North
Ixiundart line of the Thomas Ilart Donation Lsind
Claim; thence South 03*, K. 72.12 ehains witn ttae
North boundary line of said Thomas Hart’s Donamtm
Land Claim, to the place of beginning. Also begin
ning 12.35 chaiiw North, 80" E. from the Southeast
comer of A. J. Gilliam’s Donation Land Claim; thence
North 30*, E. 12.35 chains; thence North <IS*, W. 80.00
chains; thence South 10.60 chains; thence South 03*,
E. 78.92 chains, to the place of beginning, all situate
in the County of Polk, State of Oreg«>n. Also for a
further judgment of the costs and disburasnients of
This Summons ordered published on the above-
named Defendants and each of them for six consecu
tive weeks in the P olk C oumtt I tk . mi 7. kr , per order
made at Chambers at Salem, in Marion County, Octo
ber 17, 1882, by Hon. R. P. Boise, Judge.
TRUITT A JOHNS,
Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
Haa constantly on hand a large and
well selected stock of
S 3 P K .X 1 S T G » -
H. W . L Y O N S ,
B E D S ,
W in d o w Nhadpft,
P tctn rc F ram es,
B r a e k e t a , K te .
¿?‘9~Ordecs will be promptly filled, and
>M all work will be done in a workman
m cdow ell
SALOON AND BILLIARD H A LL,
And will sell more goods
FO R L E S S M O N E Y
Than any house South of Portland.
- O —
J e w e le r .
Cfiocks, Watches & Jewelry.
B e r c ia i
S Y M P T O M S CP A
T O R P ID
DR UR. BETTMAN HAS JTHT RETTO!*» FROM SAN FBANOISCO WITH
a choioe line of
S a le m « O g n .
L 5V E R .
Q tkJtf ANDffiifcL B o w a l* c o s t iv e . F a in In
a dffffi s e n s a t io n in th o
u i & c r th e S h o u ld e r
t e a t in g , w it h a d ieln -
i o n c f bo<5y o r Usiml,
_ip er. I jo w s p ir its , w ith
__ ^ mig nuJtTBoted c o m e d u ty .
V te z in m * , F lu t t e r in g at th o
e e y e s , Y eL low S k in ,
o v e r th e r ig h t ey e,
fitfu l d r e a m s , h ig h ly
D R E SS GOODS,
In «11 tfa*
S ly !* « ,
C O N S T IP A T IO N ,
T C T T 8 P I L L S a r e e s p e c ia lly a d a p te d t o
• n ch e a s e s , o n e d o s e e tfa cts s u ch a rh u t,g o
• f_ f e e l t a g a s t o a s t o n is h th o s u ffe r e r .
'« c r e a s e t h o A p p e t it e , and cause tbs
T o lc e o n Flrslfi, thus tin* system is
l«*d. and by ih«*ir T o n i c A r t f o n « u th»
J v c Organs, l lr jr n ln r N lofiU «re pro-
Price S c e n U .
M u r r a y SI., 91. Y .
Turn M irn.
Omar H a ia o * W m ntXRft rhno*«»«! to s Otxjesr
B lack by a stn«lo application o f this D y k . It Im
parts a natural color, acts Instantaneously. Hold
by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt of tl.
O m r K . SB M l B R A Y « T h n e w f o r k .
O r. T T T T i M ANUAL •* V slssh l# iH fe r n a llM
LMfel M utfS wtUk* «»IM MUI — «r»R—«*—.J
W. P. WRIGHT,
A U C T IO N E E R
And County Surveyor,
IL L ATTEND TO H I8 BUSINESS
p a r t o f t h o c o u n t y p r o m p t ly .
Itai* St., opp. Court Hotue, Dallaa.
GOOD CLEAN SHAVE TO . B E
had at all tinaa G i s * m* a call
H. F. BMITH.
D n . u a , I n l y 1, I N I
E tc ., E tc .
A ll b o o g h t at ftffUros e n a b lin g thein to M il
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST FOR CASH.
All kind* *f Couiffiry Praflue* taken at market rate».
Stock end Price* and *in will )** tatfified.
VHT&rXX A ROSENBLATT.
D aixas , Oregon, SeptSaabtr 8,1801.
H. W. SMITH, Frop’ r,
(Lata of Salam.)
G r o c e r ie s,
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
L E A D THIS T R A D E ,
Forty thousand good shake» for «ale, PERRYDALE,
A band of sheep and lam b.- from 20 ch'* p - App,J *
to 30 head. .Sheep branded with Ur It
H» T1» « enlarged my store and added
on rump and hole in right ear. Lambs
already large stock of goods, I am
Lawn Arbor, Polk County,
avino recently purchameo the ma
not branded, but with hole in right ear. j
prepared to furnish my customers
nor business of 0 . W. F- jss , I hav« bow on hand
Any information leading to their recovery j
anyjhing they may call for.
Has Just received » new lot of r™d«, such as ore a fine stock of
A d o l p h W o l f , Independence.
I well paid for.
r u n Brruia,
usually kept In a country store, which he will sell, for
The next steamer from San Francise*
will bring Adolph W olf one of the largest
C a sh o r P r o d u c e ,
Wanted— Board for man and wife in and moat elegant etocks of children's
Shall keep an ordsrly pises and furnish mv patrons
thu UJ W " In Polk Cneaty. II, no*,
j private family. Can furniah room if nec- miaaea' and ladies' cloaks, of the lateet tir.ly h m . i >. bostnos. SIM) will «onOac roe IhM h, with the beat to bs hod.
U. W, tlONI.
caaary. Apply at thia office.
D a l l a s . | M « t u b e r U , 1 W 1 .
■tales the into il 70 » *iU ft»» hiai a cell.
| style*, ever brought to Independence.
D A L L A S , O REG O N ,
« M i t D o o r t o ( l a a c e t t Jk N e r w f a .
DRUCS, PATENT MEDICINES,
P o lk
FIRE AND MARINE
A S u re C u re F o u n d a t L a st!
N o O n e N e e d S u ffe r !
( H .tR S
e C o y ,
-DEALER IN —*
P IL E S I
p il e s i
Adolph Wolf, of Independence, makes
a specialty of the San Francisco make of
boots and shoes.
That hacking cough can b- so quickly
cured by Shiloh’ s Cure. We guarantee itj
Su m m o n s .
For sAle by Jap. It. Miller.
Sleepless nights made miserable by that In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
County of Polk.
terrible cough. Shiloh’ s Cure is the rem
edy for you. For sale by Jap. It. Miller, Lina Ballon, Plaintiff, vs. William Ballou, Defendant.
To tfie above-named Defendant:
THF. NAMF. OF THE STATE OF OUHnON,
Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and
you are hereby required to appear anil answer «fie
Liver Complaint? Shiloh’ s Vitalizer is coaplaint filed nipiinst you in tbe ahora-entitled «bit,
within abt weeks frtnn the «late of tfie sendee of thu
guaranteed to cure you. For sale by Jap. Summon*
upon you by publication, to-wit: #n or be
It. Miller, Dallas.
fore I>c«-ember 4th, 1S82; and if you fail so fbantfwsr,
th« Plaintiff will tain a decree
Catarrh cured, health anil sweet breath against vou there«»/,
for the dissolution of the nmtriage con
secured by Shiloh’s Catarrh Remedy. tract now existing between ye«:, the care uud custody
Price 50 cents. Nasal injector free. For of the minor children ment;./ne«l in her complaint/
and f-»r the other relief therein prayed for.
sale by Jap. F». Miller, Dallas.
Publicati«»n ordered by Hon. K. P. Boise, Judge of
Adolf W olf has on hand a fine lot of said Court, at Chambers at Salem, October 18, 1885.
DALY A BUTLER.
ladies’ , misses’, boys’ , and girls’ cloaks,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
which he will sell at unprecedentedly low
prices Mr. Wolf has a large stock of
N O T IC E !
this class of goods, and of '„he latest make
and style, and will sell them very chew
OTIC* IS HEREBY O IVrN VO A I L
rather than carry the stock over. Cal
parties interested or eoacerned,
and satisfy yourselves.
that from and after this 23d day of Anguat,
1882, I will neither become responsible or
pay any debt* or liabilities contracted by
NEW THIS WEEK.
my wife, Rarab Ann Campbell, and all
peraona are hereby notified not to tract or
W ILSO N Sc R A T ,
gire credit to her for me, or in my name
or otherwiae, or to have any dealings with
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her whatever eoneeraing any of my prop
erty, either real or personal.
T. J. CiirraiLL.
D a l l a s , Oregon, Aaguat 23, 1882.
H ta tlo n e r y . P e r fu m e r y ,
Fancy and Toilet
A n d W in e s a n d L iq u o r « fo r M e d ic in a l ]
F ree o f C h arge.
Tho generous proprietors of Dr. King’s
New Discovery for Consumption, specially
request all sufferers from Consumption,
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Loss
of Voice, difficulty of breathing, tickling
in throat, Night Sweats, Phthisic, Quinsy,
Hoarseness, Croup, or any affection of
the Throat, Chest, or Lungs, to rail at
Jasper R. Miller’ s Drug Store, and get a
Trial Bottle free of charge; which will
convince you of its wonderful merits, and
show you what a regular one dollar size
bottle will do. Thousands of hopeless
sufferers who once looked forward to a
dark and unpromising future, are now
the most happy beings on earth, having
been completely cured by Dr. King’ s New
Discovery for Consumption.
p il e s
T H IS
M y haras la
denos Is «tor sals. Ms i
aonabla ofltor w ill ha
X . L.
Duut, September 8, ISM.
LA CREOLE ACADEMY,
P A L I.A rt O O V .
w o t « n r r u i m ■», net. and
m r y I. ima. Tanto* la M s As ‘
four Bollara s t year,
y sor, or Ma
__ a i ___
In th « frsparatary, Twsaty
'«•», •» Five Dollars a quarter. In edvaaca.
For further particular« spjrfy to