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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1894)
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I NDEl'ENDENOE, POLK COUNTY, OKKGON, TJIUKSIMY, DECEMBER C, 1694.
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pirst Hatiorpol Bonk
of ln1nM'ilii,l Oregon.
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W. W. Collin..
A fnrl hankliii ImaliiMa IrsiiMMMxt. ;
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l..al, '"''"I il'lwl l rhanfc er o rMB
HI of tFMl. llrl (.!. a.ada.
Capital Slock, fl0,0lX).0rt.
W. P. CONS A WAY,
A general bunking ami eivhange btiei-
una traliaai'tAil ! Inaill lllllllo. hill ilia-
countotl, co io in ere I a I credlte granted;
ilrpiwlta received on current aeommt
ulijert to check, IntereH paid on time
n. K. Kroltli, A. Nelaon. I. A. Alien,!
II, It. Jiwroii, A. J. tiiXKlinni, I. V.
Keam, H. Illrtchlierg.
(One door weet of poetofllev
Tropical and domestic fruita, nuts,
etc., at wholesale and retail.
I 3 faiU of til KiiJi Cwstanlly On Hand jfc
ftajrOur I'rlc-a ar the Loxetrt
J Sperling Bros.,
" " fJ. .at Market
I) RALF.lt IN
i Choice Meats.
OPEN SUNDAYS FROM 8 to 9 a.m.
Free IMivery to all parts
of the city.
Main Street, - Independence.
. P. H. Murphy, Prop.
all klnda will
The lient of
turned out oi
A share of your patronage
I ia solicited. I
Main street, Independence
M. T. CROW
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rrl renaonabla and Work junrnntcc jj
FOR YOU a
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Kiiglitiid'a KxplalriHtlon of the
$i.ruiER yeau. sra:-;.
Highest of all in Leavening Tower. Latest U.&GovV Report
JAPAN 18 MAKING HEAVY DEMAND
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If at any title you buynnytliing at tlio Star Cash Grocery and it iHn't
exactly what it nholld bo or what it was rqireHentC'tl V) bo, if you are not
rmtiHficd, bring it blr-k and wo will refund Full Price. .
If you find tlltt you could have bought the same thing any place else
at the name time forliajf money, conic in and we will give you a rebate equal
to tho dilU'icnco; Uri rcHcrving the right to return the money for the goods. '
We will protect thoKcWho trade with us in every way we can.
Uut tho most important thing of all you must not forget: We are
in busint'HS to make aliving and we will sell you all the goods wo can; and
ytt wo want you neveito be Hick of your bargain for we want to see you
again and again at ourHore,and we trust to be able to make our prices such"
that you will be glad t.i ontinue to deal with us.
Yours very buly,
Oongreif Oonfenea-Senator Teller oa
ine unrrency. Stanford Wlni
From , ornlan. u. HUU,mnn.) l"8 V0" 1 tiere " a
Tl,rln, xri-o 8uc".llveren;m,,erofthe conges
Tootun ta uu kU T"ght hJ the recent eIcction in
Phila wl,ia. - Pennsylvania Jh; JJ ""J. of the ne en
defcted Harvard today in a livelr , ? thf W1" "Ut8
game 0fl8 to 4. The i;n!ai a 8 ,x',ng "Available after
v . wvjj j ti an iiic
.uv.Muiw6i,vapLWrj i.Oif) LOOK
The Xolb Fuiea
the oath of office in a lawyer's office
Hvy Xaim ia Xuuu.
ViVfllfl flfxr 1: .... I J
vim, i-'ieuaiciien irom . .
several points in Oklahoma and f , , t0 ,the "l'1-
Kansa. state that the drougth '""""". f 8Core 01 'mer,.
which Las been prevailing for two H was admitt'd to tho grounds
months was broken last night by the as ot"er cithe would
copious rains, The winter wheat c '., , Z w enier Uie
wiU ba greatly benefited. w g" id sent a messenger
mc k"Jvcriior B onion nuirintr
intensely surpriged and grieved.
Hitherto, he added, the Japanese
army had been admired for its
humanity and discipline. II won
certain the government wag deter
mined to act on nrlnoinloai
humanity and civilization, and
was firmly resolved to maintain
the honor of Japan nod refute
Chincfe elanderB. Ilefwas satig-
fied the government desires neither
to conceal the truth nor to permit
Japan KvpadiaU Dttring.
Yokohama. Special agent Det-
ring has been recalled by Li Hung
Chang. The native Dress is srener.
ally indigaant that China sent a
U a 1 1 'a
uak wonmoscur it ne made a
ppeech inside the grounds, and was
informed by the private secretary
of Governor Jones that he would
foreign agent io negotiate for peace, Z P" V" J n
and aooroves of Prim. Mint... the" caIled Personally on Governor
Ito's rrf..Bl t k; Jones anJ 'ecei ved the same infor-
- - w rv vv,i f C UlUJi
SMITH & CO.
Stoitd by the Japan cm.
Tokio. The Japanese deny that
mation. Ihe captain then went
outside of the grounds and made
a short address from a waeon on
Chinese soldiers were hnt, ; a enort addrcss from a wa
enlil hlnrul . other side of the street and
There was no
Don't miss an earv opportunity to buy some of our
celluloid goods. Tfty are beauties, and bargains, too.
Bi QUICK. -
cold blood at the storming of Port
Arthur. 'Ihe Chinese killed in the
engagement was about 2,000, most
of whom were slain during the
canonading on November 20.
Stanford vi Berkeley,
We offer you Aums from 60c. to $7.80.
Do not take our word that they are very cheap,
but drop in and price tltm yonrself. We have
the finest line ever brought to Independence.
for the little boys.
London. A semi-official state
ment was ipsnwl thin
BMauuraviJMrmij. l " '
San Fhancisco. The Stanford 8ardinS the trouble between Great
football team won the annual foot- Britlan ar),i Nicaragua. It is said
ball game from the University of that no difference of opinion exists
California by the score of G toO. Ween government of Great
Great enthusiasm prevails in San Britlan and the United States with
f rancisco over Stanford's hard- reiere,lce 10 ine Mosquito territory.,
earned victorr The oim. wna Uvv'lng to the influence of cotton j
vigorously contested, the Berkeley raders and others in these regions,
n, uctme necessary lor lireat
Britian to draw the attention of the
Nicaragua government to the pro
visions of the treaty between Great
Britian ancr icaragua, which was
contrary to certain decrees recently
issued by the commi;nn, .
to understood the
team stubbornly contesting every
inch of ground.
Friday, November 30.-
Washington. The treasury gma
reserve is intact again, standing
today, as a result of the recent ,4 e f
bond issue, above $103,000,000, . t. Tt:..i
, . :, , ,,. ... . qujry oil luo pari ui nio uuiwu
and when al the gold, s pa.d in it satisfactory explana-
will reach 115,000,000
A Boy Drovned.
Albany, Or. The body of
Nicholas Springer, aged 19, who
went hunting Wednesday up the
ulamette, was found today in a
slough ten feet deep. He was
tion of the matter was given
the British government.
Sunday, December 3.
Toe Befineriet Start Up.
New York. The big sugar re-
, , ... . , nnenes ai i mams ourg nave re-
drowned while crossing a stream , . . j
on horseback. , , . ... t... i
r. rt mi it n about two thousand more will go
'I i ain-i iSy . iun uuiuu env
Monday, December 3-
Talmagt'ii IU-Ignallon Accepted. -
New Yobk. Rev. Dr. Talmage'a
formal resignation as pastor of the
Erooklyn tabernacle was accented
at the regnlar quarterly- meeting
of tbepresbytery, held here toniirht.
Appropriate resolutions were
adopted relating to Dr. Talmage'a
The new Diptberto Remedy.
WAsniNomwIt is understood
that Parke, Davis Sc Co., the Detroit
chemists, are-preparing to manu
facture anti-toxine, the n
remedy for diphtheria, which
awakening considerable intere
here. The American physician
are anxious to test the remedia
virtues of Dr. Roux'e famoug dis
Washington. The sew
sion of the 53rd congreg.
today. The reading o
denfs message was tL
of interest in the senate.
the leading senators were .
Senator Hill amonr. , the u
A few resolutions were (,.,
alter the readinff nf n-h hthn r,
0 i4v avu.
The Demands of Japan. t. ,
Yokohama. It is semi-officiallv
4.UUU.UUU.WXJ ven and the rMfunn
of the territory now occupied by
ner iorces, snouia tne war con
tinue the conditions of peace will
be still heavier. If China wants
an armistice she must first sue for
ponce and surrender Pekin or give
such pledges aa Japan may de
mand. Japan's power must be
recognized as absolute.
ings and Loan Association bank in
the aMarquaui building was bur
glarized night before last and robbed
of2o00. The locks to the vault
were tnrne1 nrifl tha Kafa pnmKlnii.
tion blown open with nitio-gly- very grave
cerene. bo far as known the police
have found no clew to the burglar?.
Senator Teller on Currency.
Washington. Senator Teller
has returned to Wasv
in expressing hi
silver que- '
to work tomorrow.
To Froteot American Citaoss.
Washington. The state and
navy departments are apprehen
sive that the situation in China is
Orders were issued
today to mobilize the entire Asiatic
squadron at a point r.ear Tien-Tsiu.
Tuesday, December 4-
Indicted for Murder.
Roseblkg, Or. The grand jury
today found a true bill aeainst
Samuel G. Brown for murder, in
the first degree, for killing Fred
Kincaid at Oakland, Aug. 13. .
The Savage Trial.
The Dalles, Or. The Savage
casejis now in the hands of the jury,
and it is the general opinion that
they will disagree. Public opinion
"or of conviction.
Books, Booklets and Xmas Ca-
We have some bargains, "end don't you forr
neatly done by
The Cash Blacksmith.
C STREET, - INDEPENDENCE.
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To prevent baldness do not tell your wife we have no selection'
IvfuLsio by the C2Y
Main St., Independ