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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1895)
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! endmvora tu I
noun uu aocuiati.
but prefer acunrmiy ut
matrinviil lu uiuau.itua
. Advarllainu Medium
. cun J 10 liuun III Polk
. ' fkonfAILI EIIULTI
u) follow i'iiruliililvor-
lllOM III HUIlll H lMr,
Eternal Vigilance In the Price, of Lllerty.-JefferHon.
JNJtKl'KNDKNCK, l'Ol.K COUNTY, OltKdON. THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1805.
$1.50 VIM YKAI.
i mumli Urn.
C. :UItIMl llttrtt lirM March 4, IMWI.
First Hotioipal Bank
5 f Ilull'IMIIIlll'IIIM'.dlfjfKll,
I. . lUMPKH.
Hi i II KM I'MilN,
- Vlui. I'ii'l.lnl.
ii i( i .kv, iiclilfr.
; ;y M II KC lulls.
J , CHIT. 1.. V. l:..lM WIII. 1.1'ttlN
t llelinlck, U. W. Wlillcuker,
a i.rtl hanklut Ihliimm ir ".'
4a4Wil.ti.a.r iiwiiHlil I
lljuwli ir.-i.lv.-l jll)M l m 111. "I " Will."
ufOi.il, I'ullri'llom iiml,
Capital Stork. $.-,(),( (Hl.lMl.
W. I', CON .V A WAV.
A Keilrf.it LitfikliiK int'l exiliwiti?" l'i'l
iicwi lriii.,U-tl; I.iiii iuh'I.', I'i'lx
CitHitl, ruinm-rrliil credit Kr.iiiliit '
tlrptwlt received on i irr.'iit ii. i-minl
UhjecnocliHk, Intete.t p.tid on time
1?. F. Kmilli. A. N'i'lw'ti. I. A. AISmi.
II. II. ' Jiiktii. A. J.tiuudiiimi. W
Knur. II. Ilim liNr.
OPEN Sl'NI'AVS ritOMH loU a.m.
Frwt Delivery h all l'rts
of the city
XUIil Struct, - Iii'l'lieiiiL'iu-e
BOOT' .SH0E SHOP
P. H. Murphy, Prop.
The l-"t of
turned mil "f
nil kin. I t
....... Iv., ifW.
nl 1 tj3'
A share of your patronage
.-. is solicited.
Main street, - Independence
City : Feed : Stable.
Km JdiiNKoN, l'rop.
Horses fed by tlio day,
week or month . Tr.in
niwnt Ktock left I" our
ea.ru will well t
tmidivl to. fharues
Main St., - IiMlopomlence.
CIIEGOX PACIFIC ItAlUlOAD COMPANY.
CIIAS. CLARK, Utcciver
Connwtlnii with Hlmr "HOMKIV
YaUlna anil a Frunrlwo.
Mleamirr Icnvi). 8a u 'n"";,
HtBamcr leav Va.iulna:
March 9, W, aith
Itlxhta rwrvrd to iliange
rnrrrelsht or paaacnr rat apply to ay
"t CII.VH CIiAHK. Itwlvpr,
llenrtrv. M..n tn .
Km 1 to Markrt t".
1 1 i
(1. L. U.l A .V.1- Mr-rwrr-.- e V Durlnjr ill ft fv-veil Milieu jh.i.m-i.i ljolg ()j ,no
Ilul.lHMuU'UtMV ! ,p2;ij;vS l.lf,.ttr.Hw.UI,.il.l llvsl..f 'exchanged al
I I W.I.V..L ;) tA : :.Mtt-. w i - LMnuin'M til: fc. mm follows: I
e ! (?i.v.;irty iV I'm-! vi'u
I MollUUU'liI, ' Viiv';r'f 'T' tfk-'YiJ ImmhI, MuhIm-hI. Mlmlk'sp. Old ai?e, ( Lo.nixjv, M
jicunsionr, ! ' -. ?Z ,;f A; IT V'-j v nml I). M. t lt. i. i.ie pitoioifraptier, j j1(;urij Witirr
fit finny: i J p.,'xV'-0?''.';? will supply yi Willi lliw lil.enesm- 'i7,;th bitthdii
li ,4 w i' I tft . . f ;. . ... .i ........ I : I .... I . i m ii i-i. i I . i
II j.ii . -'w . . . . ... .: . ' - - iim trv- n' fi ii". -
II r.irr.HtHiiidenee solieitnl. -
P Cash Deal
U till) oim Jtwt
Hi-ikI firtit. iiml
pi lira m ill U iin
jo!.I Kill In IT
I'l.ili'H, upper r !itvor
Clculiili (liieludluu I I' I""'''
I'.N'AMIN'ATION I HKI'. nml i'"
rliMfii" Ur ilriU'lUm hIh-ii otl;sr
work l'i iluni'
rtirlur over tlii) liiili'rt'iu!iMico Niilimml
Independence, - Oregon.
v, i v i;
A 'I HIAL.
0. A. KRAMER,
,.. - . T.
The" City liestauraat
Will lvo ilNlX (rood
2.1-criit itifitN tof $i.
-.- MEALS -AT ALLEOUES.
MRS. L. CAMPBELL, Prop.,
When You arc Well
JO ILLY MULL Ell, Prop.
I now ready to supply l people of Independence with till
kind of Fresh and Cured Meats, limns, l'.acon, bausages,
l.urd, etc., tit lowest possible rates.
OiTID DOOE. WEST OF POST OFFICE,
1 XMF.rKXUKNCK, UUUOOX.
Will cost the people of
(his year. It's so evt ry
EXPENSE CAN BE SAVED"
If you will net
matter and tak
I X l K P F X D E
II A. I-'UI.I.121l
Is working fr me
THIS -:- SEASON.
TrJOTfSB SHOEING- SI.
iiniiijjitritteil lit tin
Dental - Parlors.
then liv your leHh
I'ntll further notice
from !. !
try to mulvt our Ktiiuls.v Dln
iiims the liewt hi Imlciieiuieiice.
Mil l'i St.
K KNOW I urn- it intil:i'R one feel to
remember tbat il H one liin-ineM- to sell
A.eilii'iiies, Wu'vn Imd eunviileraliie ex-iei'ieue-e
in prepaiiutr. liieitieineM nnd
know tlie li.lv.niliiHJ oi" iihmi) fr.'fh uiid
puw lirng!!. v keep tiu uthur kind.
KM KM I J Kit that wo lmn-
1 lo in an v tti tides you
in:iv (k'siro, such as .Jew-ohy,
Silvorware, Watclu's, Clocks,
Indi'peiiileliee, ( Iropin .
Tolk county many dollars
year. A portion of this
judiciously in the
your work to
N C K , O KEG OX.
He employs only the most skilled
workmen, guarantees all his work,
and is as low in price as first-class
work will justify.
NEWS 0FTHE WEEK.
'Jaim Auk Comim-rHwl I'rlvlh'jr''
j" lta:ni-Uiiar NU'iirnjfimii Ciuml
I THE ENDEAVORJIG CONVENTION.
HeiTj Troitln tern Bttei-Gre-
Urn tod Venejuel DUpoU
!' Brjo OomiDg to Oregon.
U ' Friiin Ori'Kiinlun, Mini mid Huiwnuii.;
! 'I'lio OwbIit Ni-w York Hill jHfrulid.
I AI.I.ANJ-, N. Y.f May 'J. At 3:'W
' l. in., tliu "(in-iili r Nttf York"
till wan ul on it li nnl jiachnje in
jlliu Hcnuttf unJ tlfffatid 14 uyeu,
j l.' IHM'I.
! Oovurnor Morton hua tinned the
! In'nartixou hill fur New York oily.
It provides for a jwilice commiHHion
of four iin iiihifM two republicans
mid two dfiuofrHtf.
"Sllvt r" t'lck I!lnnl' rtlijjiii.
Dknvku, Mny 'J. Kx-lU-prtHPnt-ativo
Itiiihurd 1. lilund. of Min
miuri who will htture in Denver
next Hnturdiiy night on tho silvt-r
(iH'ctiiiii, i"uid lodny: 'I do not
propos-. to supprt any jKiliiical
ptirty hereulter that will not imp
port free utid uiiliiniu d coanngu oi
hilver. I pHi grand changt-H going
on all over the country in favor of
tho tnoveineiit. I think it will be
hroii'-ht alxiut. If tho fifort to
make goiu Hie money nair oi mc
tin, country is maintaii.ed it must
luako gold the money ba-if of the
and will cause rum to our land,
Silver must have all the privilege
j,f gold and I cannot agree to any
Tliu Trenly llutltlfd ut Clic-Koi.
Yokohama, May 'J. China has
withdrawn her request to have the
(armistice prolonged, and ratitiicu
treatv of peace were
: CIie-Fooat midnight.
I he (jrcti Abllli uU'.
iay 'J. Mut h gossip is
Hie queen s
v atiuivenfarv on May
!4. It is freely rumoicd that her
map-sty will abdicate on tout day,
and after that the Prince of Wales
will reign tis King Edward VI 1 1.
It is learned that the queen ex
pressed her desire to abdicate at a
meeting not long ago. ut which ihe
Prince of Wales, Lord Koscbury
and r.t lcai-t two nitmlers of the
cabinet wcie present. Jf her maj
esty surretiilers the crown on that
day she will have reigned 58 years,
tho longest, rtigtt of any monarch
of tho lUlh century.
A Uine t'ouuty Pioneer,
Ei-cesk, Or., May 9 W. B.
Peiigru, county surveyor, and one
of u.e early pioneers of this coun
try, died ibis morning, after a long
and painlul illncts of liver and
bladder trouble". He was born in
lie net-tee county '. Y., but moved
with his parents when quite young
to Erie, county. Piv. In lSo." he
crossed the plains to O.egon ami
Milt d 'with his brother, 15. J Pen
gra, on a farm mar fSjiriugtield
lu 1854 ho went to Phoenix, and
afterward to Vreka, Cal., niid en
irsiiied in mining uutil 1838, when
he relurned to SSpringlield and en
gaged in the milling business,
which he continued till 1889. lie
was elected county surveyor last
Sibley mid Warner to Spk at Lvuauou.
Lebanon, Or., May 9. Congress
man Sibley and Gen. A. J. Warner
will address tho citizens of Leb
anon, Monday, May 13, on the
The Treaty Will Uenellt Amerlea.
Washington. Mav 10. Large
opportunities for tho introduction
n s iiirii-iii, ii:i.iiiinrv a n i e
investment of American capital
are offered by the peace agreement
Japan has just allected with China.
A provision is made that China
shall hearafter bo open to the in
troduction of all forms of modem
Ul tt lent iivv.jf.i.iv 1
machinery and that such machine- pntive Bryan, of Nebraska, to
..a ila.. . . ..
ry shall lw admitted free of duty
American cotton machinery should
i Iwiiefit esoeeiallv. from the new
opening presented, and also tele-
nhones. electric lights, printing
presses and many other devices of
Civilization which iieieiuioiv nir
J been kept out of China. The Etu
I peror of China has heretofore pfo-
i t.;k;.1 tlM in trrxlilpt inn rtt modern
. ... i.:..i. 1 .r 1....
machinery. As a result the- Chi
nose are using modern plows t-imilar
j VV. , V -
i Ia t ,r.t ndoil ntnriia airn.
Atin'i New WatT Work. .
Abtomia, Or., May 10. Work
has at lat 1xn coinnienced n
tho jiijx'-line for the new eity
water works, about 50 mm I avinjr
been put to work. There are
nmro applications than ran bo ac-foiiimodaU-d,
even after ojierations
are undr full headway, and many
of the Idle men in town are now
A NuhiIht oMluki-r County Klno IWnnlwI.
.Hakkr Citv, Or., Miy 10. K
Oixoux, of this ciy, has necured n
bond upon 20 placer clainin, nitn
ated in the Camp ("armm dis
trict, Union county, and is now on
im wjuur, iimoi. j
lo place them upon the market.:
Tl... lu.n.la n1l fur flm rrilliul nniii
his way to Paris, where he extx-c's
oflll.OlX). Foreign capital seenm
to he giving unusual attention tJ
Kast-rn Oregon mines this year.
Krcnrh KlniinuliTH IXactiiwCliliia'a Imii.
I'auis, Msy 10. M. lLinotaux,
minister of foreign affairs, has in
vited the leading financiers to meet
Saturday to consider the impend
ing Chineee loan, the ways in
which the bourse might co-operate
and the conditions on which
French cupital might participate.
One reason for this action on the
nart of Hanotflux is that llussia
r., .r ,.. rtiini for .Tnnfti.'Hlazreed that it shall he issued in
, r- -
pliancy in acceding to their de-
niaiKk nractically engaged to
g hasten, it not to secure the punctual
payment of the indemnity.
Ciilt ISiilaueeand Hmer
WASiu.saTON, May 10. Todays
statement of the condition of the
Aviitiablrt t'a-li ;Ui!iince..
Nf V.iik'a Kxporuauil Im;orU.
New YoiiK, Mny 11. During
il... rmt u'loL- tirv (tiviiU were im-
j)orted at this jnirt to the value of j
2.1 0.783. and eeneral niercnan-
dise to the value of ?0,y2d,lh.j. the
exjiorts and imports of specie were:
'. (iso',617 15J85
Nebnuka iiuX.ougcr Ak Charity.
Lincoln, Neb., May 11. Gover
nor Holcomb has authorized the;
tuteinent that he has been advised
by tho stale relief committee that .
the wants of the people itr the
drought-stricken portions of Ne
braska have been supplied to such
an extent that further contributions .
from ouuido states are unneces-
(ii-enliam und tho Venezuela Dispute.
Washington, May 11. It is now-
thought that Secretary Greshatn is
saving himself for the great ellort
of his life, which will be the settle
ment of toe Venezuelan boundary
dispute, wherein England has j
made a claim for a large slice ot
the territory of that republic, which
i nearly as defenseless against
British aggression as Nicaragua.
It is reported that he has made a
great study of the question, and
has become more familiar with all
tho i'ycts than any previous secre
tary of state. The friends of
Greshameay knowingly that the
secretary will retrieve the entire
foreign policy of the administra
tion bv preventing Lnglaiul irpm
extending its boundary line and
acquiring territory which it dees
not possess, and lo which it has no
claim save its bare assertion.
Weekly Showing of the Banks.
Nov Yokk, May 11. Following
ia the weeVlv bank statement:
Pn.ASiin 5 llfrMSP
I jians. increase - 4,0l(J,UK
lillKXie, WClny .. "
l.eiwi tender-, increase. b.!'
. V . v.-. . . , ' .
The banks now hold !?31,0i0,OOO
in excess of ail requirements
Dryau Coining to Oregon
Salem, Or., May 11. The state
board of agriculture is in receipt
of a letter of acceptance from Hep
deliver an address at tho coming
j fa;r jjr ,yan offers his presence
for two days, and will lecture on
"Bimetallism" and "Taxation,"
one lecture each dav. T he repre-
Lentiitive expresses a desire to
meet Sylvester Pennoyer while
Colonel Anderson at Corvallia.
Corvallis, Or., May 11. By
invitation. Colonel T. M. Anderson
wag prcw.nt at the dress parade at
JIWC IV - j
lii. Ii nml ivillpi'.. vp$1irdav
1 lighest of all in Leavening
ufternfKm and reviewed the cadets. I hour here and t lie ihemonieti-r
At the close of the battalion drill regirter. d 38 Great damage is
he addressed the companies, com-' done to crops all over the state,
plimenting them on their skill in! Roanoke, Va.. May 13. There
the manual and infantry tactics, j J4 8 killing frost here and it is ex
In the evening Colonel And rfon i tended nil over the fctate.
sjwke to the students. In his ad- CoI.l mbus, S. C, May 13.
.l.n.u I... lalLi.t ftiotr ntfnrifirtn in-.., . ...
what America had accomplished,
nml hor need a Tn his Oliinion. it
, - .:' '.
was not the pen of the .dealint that
had brought about the great
achievements, hut the sword of the
soldier. Of the things America
had neglected, her available unity
forces was the moyt iinjiortaut.
The L lii new,' Loan.
Paris, May 12. In the negotia
tions for the Chinese loan, Ger
many has formed a powerful group,
which is inclined t isme the loan
on condition that the customs snd
other receipts shall be controlled
hv Euronean covernniei ts It is!
iual shares by Germany. Lnss.a,
. France and England
Ten ncmee'a Governor Burned In Effigy.
Chattanooga, May 12. Gover
nor Turner was burne-' and hanged
in elligy last night in Unicorn
county, ia the eastern part of the
state, the ceremony being witnessed
by a large crowd. The leaders
said the "execution-' was the only
means they had of expressing their
indignation for the steal of the
state bv the democrats and their
disfranchisement by the partisan
Japan and the Niearaguan Canal.
Tokio, May 12. Tho recent
; achievements of Japan have led
her to turn her attention to secur-
ing a treaty with Nicaragua, in
which she would secure marked
miviledues in the Nicaruguan
,..lllf,i The subiect has been under
consideration at Washington be-
twet.u ur. Guzman, rcpre-nting!
- - .... , .1.. I . r.l U
Nicaragua, anu me n-jjicffcuiaviuna
of Japan. At one
time the basis
of it treaty 6eemed to have been
reached. Dr. Guzman feared,
however, that the United States
might have cause to object in
privileges beiug accorded to Japan.
This objection was met by the
representative of Japan by a pro
position that Japan should receive
the same privileges as the countries
wjth which Nicaragua has treaties,
except the United States, it being
expressly recognized mat me
United States is enti. led to superior
advantages because of its proximity
to Nicaragua. The negotiations
stopped at this point, and the
treaty has not as yet been con
cluded. The Christian Endeavorers Big Heetlng.
Salem, Or., May 12. Perhaps
there has not been in the history
of Salem uior,e universal interest
in religious warship manifested
than today. The Christian En
deavorers held another sunrise
prayer meeting in the Frf sbyteiian
church, led by J. C. Gibson. At
9:30, all the Endeavorers, fully 5U0
strong, assembled in the various
churches and held simultaneous
denominational conferences, no
church in the city having sufficient
I . , . ,
capacity .to accommodate all de
i airincr to attend the services. The
air.ilfT IO 11 1 J 1 1 1 1 .III, MTV ITt. 1111
. . - ... .1... i 1 -
aoseuce oi jieopie un iuo .Mima
during the forenoon services was
noticable, notwithstanding the
large number of visitors in the
city. It is estimated that over
7000 attended services 'at 11
o'clock. Three hundred and fifty
children formed in line and march
ed to the junior rally, conducted
by Mrs, Palmer, in the afternoon.
Dr. Clark delivered an address in
the Methodist church to a packed
house at 8 o'clock. This conven
tion has had tho largest attendance
of any since the organization of
the society in Oregon.
Storm aud Krtwt but of the Itoeklea.
New York, May 13. Since 1871
there has been no May-day so cold
as this, with the wind 42 miles an
Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
I i races oi irost are seen in Hie
pje(lll0Ilt belt of the state.
Chicago. Mav 13. There is &
. .n piUgb CIJveUlldf
I ChaKfl Jnd 8 faf M
Cleveland, Ohio, May 13.
Telegrams from numerous points
throughout Northern Ohio, show
that a heavy frost last night was
most disastrous in its effect upon,
fruit and e&rly vegetables. The
damage is enormous.
Gbee.v Bay, Wis., May 13. A
severe blizzard prevailed here from
midnight to 9 a. tu.. today. Three
inches of snow fell, accompanied
by wind blowing 40 miles an hour.
Great damage resulted to iruit,
market gardens and growing grain.
The Japaneae Highly Iiicruled.
London, May 13. The Titnea
Mill publish a dispatch from Kobe,
raying that the fact of the Japanese
government yielding to the repre
sentations of Russia, Fraiio and
Germany, in regard to the Liau
Tong peninsula and agreeing tu
... .. . .
restore tmu territory ta unina, nan
; greauy excited ana intensely ut
t .1 is,. i .jr.
aDDOiuted the Jaoanese nation. It
is added that suspensions of news
papers continue and that Japanese
ministers and foreign legations are
Kililer and Warner at Lebanon. .
Albany, Or., May 13. A big;
i silver demonstration was held at
, . , .. i
LiCOanoit touaj'. nnrciwiuuii - -
0. Sibley and General A. J. War-
L . , t .s-wi IBirtie
were the orators. 1 liejr
. , ; . iil.1:ti .,:,..
tnnv. .... " ..
aiie of silver at the ratio of 16 U 1.
Both are eloquent speakers and
the' urged voter to support for
president the man who stands upon
tho free coinage platform, irrestieo
tive of pat ty atlilliation.
Alaskan scull Will be Maughl.rnl.
Washington, May 14. An ugly
crisis has been reached in the
negotiations between the Uuited i
States and Great Britian looking
to tho adoption of uniform regula
tions for the govern men t of the
seal .fisheries thi season. The
British government positively re
fuses to re-enact the regulation of
last year, which prohibited the
carrying of firearms by sealing
vessels through the sea north of
the 25th parallel during the closed
season. The United States officials
look upon this as disastrous to the
seal fisheries. ' ' " ' " ' 1
Dr Price's Cream Baking Powde,
Amiti Gold MU1 MUwiaW Fii. 5a fwatiat
FOR TEE BLOOD
Just now everybody ts thinking about
taking something for the Dtood.
A Spring medicine as we sneak of
It. And it's a good thing to do, but you
want to get the proper medicine. If you
consult your physician he will tell you to
and that, because the Hvef has every
thing to do with the blood- If the livef
is sluggish the system is clogged, tht
blood becomes Impure, and tl whole
bodv sutYers. Every medicine recom
mended for the blood is supposed to
work on the liver. Then get at onct the
KING OF UVER MEWaNfci",
simmoKs Lima .
and caa be had in liquid er powder.
Tlx Bst Sprlal
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