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INDKPENDENCE, l'OLK COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1805.
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For WATCH CHAINS and CHARMS.
WE HAVE A FINE ASSORTMENT AND OUR
PRICES ARE RIGHT.
0. A. KRAMER, Jeweler and Optician.
r f -r
The City Restaurant
Will gv yon HIX god --',iil meals fur II. We try to make our
Sunday Dinners t)m bent in Independence.
-.- AT A-liL, HOURS. -.-
McGINN &. CATLIN, Proprietors,
Don't be Sick!
WK KNOW how it makes one feel to
Ix.hirk- Hut if you will titii('k
li iiiriiiU'i tl'Ht it i our biipjncio. to Bfll
Aii'iiu liHM, We've li.nl iitintiili-rnlilu '
l-tTirni'it in ri.urlii medicine Hiiil
know the mlviiiiiniii' til iihIiik lrei.li hi1
n'lfu lnijn, We keep nu other kind.
TIIH LABORING MAN.
KllMllI Rights HIKl l'(tllll .TllNtlc
hliould Kxhtt lt'tvM'ii nil
ClilNNCM, Itotll tll ICit'll
anil tin' 1'oor.
When You are Well
-Tfftf imBoaBSU TilrTffg Saw
RKMK.MBKK that wo huu
in tiny artit lt'H you
may th'Mn, nuch an .Jewelry;
Silverware, Watt-hen, Clock,
iiiCity Truck & Transfer Co.;;;
it! ,v. w. ixcKSTi:,ii:i!. ;
. ... iMuiuih mid Furniture cure
J'IuiiohiiikI Furniture cure J
hilly movi'tl. . . J
u lluiillnir lon tt ri-uwm-
. ! ..i.l., futft.
MsLAllASHFOVH.l'OOT HOOD FOI! SALKM
. ..... ....... i .t,ivv (?!
Ui INl)KrKSHKNCE,l ii. IU1,M,U"'
Alexander-Cooper Drug Co
Always aim to pl 'Hl keen or: nnim
lluv nr Niirllt.
J. F. 0'DONNELL G9,
Pocket Knives, Table
Knives, Axes, Saws,
Nails, Hope. Etc.,
TI.J liiliorinir man linn a right
ttulliuiont l;iure in which U tlovel
op liiH intulligitnco, inorul am
aooiul faciiltioH, the ilovelopiniMit o
which I necwHMary t make him i
good luw-ahi'ling citizi.'ii. Hut i
man Htarting off to work, with din
hit nuil in hand before daylight
th morning and working till dar
at night, has littl tiino or opioi
tunity for nodal or intellectual dt
velopuient. It i grutifying to e
that the general trend in in llio di
reetion af lenH hours to the duy'
work for laboring me.i.
I!ut there in entirely too inuc
done on the Habbalh day that could
be avoided. Men, who liavo to
work hard every duy in the week,
tihould have the Sabbath day for
rent. The workingtnan has a
right to 1m treated a a man by his
: employer, and not merely as a
I machine. And the dooner the em
J ployern recognize thin fact and act
S upon it, the sooner will a great
jHtep 1h taken toward solving the
problem w Inch i eaid to exint be
tween capital and labor. Har
mony can never exinl between cap
ital and labor until cupitalinta kIjuII
begin to look on lalwring men as
men with Home rights that should
be respected. Laboring men, like
all other men, have a right to or
ganize for the promotion of their
;,,trimtH. In thin land of
liberty, a. I men have a right to
for whoever and whatever
wages they chooxe. They alao have
the rinbtto work a long aB they
nee projer, and to quit work when
ever they feel no dinponed. Labor
han a riht to fair and honest rep
resentation in our public prints, for
it in a fact that the prena in, in
the niolder of
rij '6' ,
t.rediudice may be, and often is
i created againnt labor by mislead
ing statements of the press. It m
the duty of laboring men to vote
for men for congress and other pub
lie offices, who are pledged to main
fain our r.renent . protective laws,
to use their influence for the re
Blriction of that class of innuigra
American labor, and to favor
i ;ui.,i;n nmkiiu' it illegal tor
capitalists entering into combi
nations and trusU for the purpose
of robbing and crushing laboring
Vw.u hnvB done, and are
lllt-ll no vi.v j
dninir at thin time. It is tne duty
of our hboring men to be loyal,
,,r;rl,t.. and intelligent citizens
trt t.lmir Kinnlovers. and all
m.n. as thev would be done by
Ti, "Bt.riko." as a means of ad-
iiiKiimr difficulties between employ
..r and emnlove, is to be deprec
ated, because in most instances it
is a failure, and because of the evil
t., frenuently attending it. Labor
:i,t in nrhitration in the
IlrtJ a u.iu v
and adjustment of its
difficulties and that right should
he maintained and enforced by ap
propriate legislation. S. S.
Central & Eastern railroad. It in
likely a monster petition will be
niaried on both sides of the mount
ain range demanding the opening
of a wko strip for settlement, and
more than likely the final result
will be that the whole "tascatie
Reserve" as at present outlined,
mav bo restored to the public do
main, thin action to be followed by
the establishment of two govern
ment renerves more in line with
reason and common sense, as in
dicated by Senator Mitchell in the
otter quoted below. Mr. JMvon-
port recently wrote to henalor
Mitchell on the subject and is now
in receipt of a letter fromfhiin of
which the following is a part:
"In my opinion a large body ol
land on either side jf the Oregon
Central A Eastern railroad ought to
be thrown open. 1 never fuvored
the establishment of this reser
vation in its present form. I did
favor a reservation taking in Ml.
Hood and a reasonable amount of
land surrounding it, and also that
great wonder, Cmler Luke, and a
reasonable amount surrounding it,
but I do not think a wide swath
through the reservation should be
cut out and thrown open to settle
ment, mineral operations, etc., as
above slated. I hope you will get
up a g od petition on the subject.'
It will now be in order for thoe
interested to circulate petitions and
have them signed and forwarded to
Washington to be presented by
Senator Mitchell when he returns
to congressional duties the begin
ning of December.
.. nt Airents forStuJebaker
shells. Powder, w,,.
snot anm-ai u mi,'
Independence Roller Flour
Dealer in" Flour, Gy.jjG'J.
ham, Bran, and all knids.
null stuns, , . ,
Warehouses at Independence & raner.
OPENING THE CASCADE KE
. . Trn.t of Land "Will
Probably be Thrown Open to
Settlement Alonsr the
Lino of the O. C. & E.
. v v i rv
cion, Statesman: btate lana M,
Agent Davenport, accompanied by M
1W...I .ill atari parlv .l
y, , iiepouiii, - ri
.1,; -Pk for the Santiam country H
U"o . . . f 1
above Mill City and Gater, lor tne
rnnBn of making some selections
of state lands, also for the purpose
nr CTnt hering data to present to tne
department at Washington to in-
fluence the opeung ior ocl.t...
r. portion of the "Cascaae xve-
serve" along the line oi me v-Su
Higheit of all in Leavening Power Latest U.S. Gov't Report
mm 1 m m
DAMON . AND PYTHIAS.
parts of the play they gave evi-
. iUence ol genuine nisu ionic soiuvy.
The heroic drama of Damon and ! The large audience was quite en-
' - I V.. .ciout i in l)iir rewn inn lit the
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audience at the opera house in this
city last Friday evening, by the
Central lodge of Salem and under
the aUKpices of Homer lodge No.
45. K. of P., of Independence. Mr.
Wm. .Kasnius personated Damon,
leading character of the play, and
Mr. Basil Wagner represented
Pythias. Mrs. Rasmus represented
the beautiful Calanthe. the be
throthed bride of Pythias, and Miss
play, and every one, so far as we
have heard, were highly pleased
with the entertainment.
A Household Treasure.
D. W. Fuller, of Canajohurie, N.
Y., eays that he always keeps Dr.
King's New Discovery in the house
and his family has always found
the very best results follow its use;
that he would not lie without it, if
procurable. G. A. Dykeman, drug
gist, Catkill, N. Y., nays that Dr.
r: XT..., a u a nrwlnnht.-
Joiie Brown represented Hermion, I ejy Cough remedy; that
the faithful wife of Damon. Mr. I he has used it in his family for
Summary of the Assessed Valu
ation of Marion and lainmii
Oreeoniiin: The census -oil of
Marion county has been completed
It shows a population of 30,041,
against 22,4")4 five years ago, which
u m increase of over 66 per cent.
Salem does not show up so
Its population is 10,201, against
10 422 in 1890, a decrease ot 101.
Other statistics are as follows:
Acres under cultivation . . .
Males under 21
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l.mbi . . . . . -
Wheat, bushels ow. ,ou
Oats, bushels '".1
Parley ami rye, bushels 38,(o7
lou tiinl W.4.11
Putter and cheese, pounds...
Hops, pounds fVS-
Lumber, feet A4fo,300
In addition to the above statis
ts, as reouired by law, Assessor
D. D. Coffey's report gives the fol
lowing interesting information:
Chan. II. Burggraf, represented the
t.vrnnt Dionvsius. The play is
highly dramatic and the leading
actors deserve high praise for their
faithful delineation of the principal
characters. Mr. Rasmus is an ac
tor of exceptional ability and he has
evidentaLy devoted much care and
rtudv in developing the difficult
part which he so ably sustained in ,
the play. The other persons whom j
we have mentioned sustained their
part admirably well, and in some
1 1 KJ . ) u U v - " - " r
eight years, and it has never failed
tr Hn all tlint. in claimed for it.
Why not try a remedy so long tried
and tested. Trial bottlos free at
any Drug Store. Regular size 50c.
FA L L0 P E N I N G
LOO'S SHORT ORDER HOUSE, '
Open t 11 hour.
DINNER Ms. e LUNCH from 5ck np.
Oysters kept constantly on hand.
Private ooxes lor parties.
East side of Main Street,
Th ladies or Indepen
dence and vicinity are
cordially invited to call
and inspect the new
line of .
FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY .
just received at
Millinery Store, formerly Catlin
and Kinney A fine line of new
FANCY GOODS JUST RECEIVED.
MRS. A. M. HURLEY,
MILLINERY and FANCY GOODS,
The latest styles in Hats and Caps
always on aispiay.
Infants' Cloaks, Caps and Dresses
in the latest styles.
Dress Goods, Hosiery and Novelties.
. 'T .v as i. i sav i' . ' r rj r ma i.
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S-TU1'"." . i
OPEN SUNDAYS FkuMs io 9 a.m.
Free Delivery to all parts
ot the city.
Main Street, - - Independence.
udians . .
The number of foreign-born in
the county is given at 4(561, and
native born 2o,380. showing, the
population to be made np of 15.5
per cent foreign births.
Followine is a summary of the
assessment of Yamhill county:
Icres land. 308,422 $3,534,743
nip. on land not deeded 40,400
i i rto t
ailroail ana rolling stock z.iii
Idseand improvements 3K,i--u
oney, notes, accounts 642,252
iares stock 105,4t0
ousebold effects 177,485
oroes. 6109 159.870
Cattle, 8245 .... . 86,331
Sheep and Roats, 20,513.. 23,707
Swine, 6094 15,8.
The Best Gloves.
You can w ell judite a dry goods store
by the gloves it sells poor gloves,
poor store, and vice versa.
are at the pinnacle of excellence.
fall novelties are :
Black, with white hooks and stitches
White, with black hooks and stitches
Tan, with mode books and stitches
Mode, with Dlau' hooks and stitches
A lull line of all staple shades in
stock, and if its an odd shade chances
are vou'll find it here.
Every pair warranted.
Gross value ,5,67l,482
umber of polls, 2311.
umber acres cultivated, 108,-
Mr.n,lv we ouened another shipment
of fancy plaids, cord crepons, boucles,
fancy mixtures, hoiiey-como enects,
Novelties in plaid patterns, no two
Write for samples. .
Our 45 inch heavy bicycle serge is a
beauty. Comes in black, navy, brown
, and myrtle. Per yd 50c
56 inch waterproof cloaking per yd 65c
Just this to say about ,; . , '
The new. round-cornered sacks, single
and double-breasted sack suits.. and
. cut-a-ways are the leading things this .
year; naturally you can see more of
them here than anywhere else and
the prices are us comfortable 'is tha
received the highest award at the
World's Columbian Exposition at
for perfect fitting garments,
Beauty of design,
Superiority of manufacture, -Excellence
of material. ' " '
Try one of these
$10, $12, $14, $15.
Most stylish coat out.
; Every item up to date.
tW SEND US YOUR MAIL ORDERS
J. J. DALRYMPLE & CO., SALEM, Oregon.