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VANOOTJ VKK 1N DEPEN DENT.
THURSDAY, MARCH 87, ISS4.
Every day the Northern Pacific
trains bound West from St. Paul con
tain from s(lotoßooemigrants, going
out to sot'k now homos. It is stated
that a majority of them are bound for
Oregon and Washington.
The O. K. A N. Co. has made :i Dew
loan of three million dollars, which
will enable the Company to finish the
road to connection with the Oregon
Short Line this aaasou, when the
Union Pacific will have a through Una
Nearly 1000 men are now at work
on the railroad from Corvallli to
Yaquina Kay. Several miles of truck
:ue already laid, on the ocean end,
ami tlie work continues. A line of
steamers will be put on to connect
witb San Francisco.
The Oregonian gives eurreucy to :i
rumor that ;t gentleman lately re
turned from New York, where he
spout some time In Wall street, *uys
it is the belief now that the Central
Pacific lias secured a controlling in
terest in the Oregon Railway and
Navigation Company, and that it
advanced some of the money for
building the Oregon Pacific. Hunting
ton is reported to have said recently
that liis company now controlled
every Pacific coast railroad.
The latest concerning the presiden
tial contest la from General Grant)
being Interviewed nt Washington,
said of the republ :an chances: "They
were never better than now. Five
months ago I believed tha republican!
were facing certain defeat. 1 did not
think they had any chauces, hut the
democrat- have remedied that. The
democratic party can always be relied
upon in a case of emergency to give
the republicans victory. Tha tight in
the house over the tariff lias made a
doubtful election certain to the repub
Bays a Walla Walla exchange: The
great rush ol immigrants for this
country bai now fairly commenced.
Sixteen cars containing over oimi men,
women and children arrived at Wal
lula Junction Wednesday night, and
three can containing about 180 pas
sengers came through to Walla Walla.
The hotels are taxed to their Utmost
capacity to supply lodging, and at
one caravansary over twenty im
migrants slept In one room. Thursday
morning four more curs well loaded
with prospective settlers arrived from
Waiiula. The immigrants are appar
ently, In the main composed of thrifty
Germans with money to buy .farm.-,
and the majority hail from Minnesota.
lowa. Illinois'and Missouri.
The Portland Telegram Mtyi that iv
that city business men continue to he
very greatly gratified over the Im
provement in business, which began
about a fortnight since. Cheerfulness
and confidence arc noticeable on
every hand. A new impetus tee ml to
have been given all branches of trade.
Sales arc numerous and in most in
stances cash is paid immediately.
A large amount of building is now
under tray, and a larger amonnt is
contemplated, plana and specification*
being In the hands of architects utid
contractor-. The future looks much
brighter than at any other time since
the depreciation in Northern Pacific
stocks. Immigrants continue to ar
rive all of whom are bringing more
or less money with them. This class
of people will largely become produc
er- and not cotisiimors only. They w ill
materially aseial in building up the
Swretury Prellagbuyeeß, hy direc
tion of the president, has addressed a
circular to nil district attorneys nnd
aM finals of the (Jnitod states, calling
their atteiitlou to tlie reports, for
which it stated no proof has been
MVlnaadi u:id which th,- president 8M
no, hoi lav 1 . that certain persons are
ahriOg in perpetrating hciiioiis crimes
by to foreign port* explo
sive- ,i:m,, rooa ~, t | R . highlit degree
to life and pn.pt-rty. The honor ol
this nation,"'. c «>ay*, " rf .,| U ire» that
its: nld not l>»" 0( to imputation,
tinfoil,: ' tboUajVl| be, of the slight
esl appearance of derating aay su«ii
crime whatever, to ,ite.i
aajainatamrpeople or «!,..„,. of other
eonßtriaa." Attention HoayUnd to thai
statute- regulating the ihrpswwl of
axjloalvan, mid too offlrera are in>
struct, ! to prevent .hi;, 1 ffi n elgnjasad
them, and to prosecute till who may
commit such crimen. I'l i- > a proper
course for tin- government to pursue.
Wi an not at war with England,
neither ia Ireland. I h»r.- 1- no rebell
ion to encourage, and »- h>ug us there
is no war ..•iti/ell* of (he I lilted States
should not !«■ alloWed to destroy
property aud life in England
4'lnrko Osaatl Fqnnl Itiahts As
The second meeting of the Clarke County
Equal Rights Association will be held at
Marsh's Hall, in Vancouver, on Thursday
evening, April 10. for the purpose of increas
ing the number of members and electing ad
ditional officers, The association at the
present time has about one hundred mem
bers, and is desirous of increasing tlie num
ber of members to five hundred, The addi
tional officers to he elected are two vice
presidents, a corresponding soeietary, and
an executive committee consisting of three
persons. No pains will be spared to make
the meeting interesting. A band of music
will be iv attendance, and interesting
speeches may be expected from both ladies
and gentlemen, All are invited to attend,
and it is hoped that the friendl of equal
rights in Clarke eountv will not fail to be
present. li. V. DENNIBON,
President, C. C. K. R. A.
GAME ami Fish Laws. It is unlawful to
hunt, or kill between tho first day of
January and the 15th day of August, any
deer, fawn, elk, moose or mountain goat; or
between the tirst day of April and the 25th
day of August, to hunt or kill any wild
swans, mallard ducks, wood ducks, widgeon,
teal, batterball, spoonbill, gray, black,
sprigtail or CSnvas-back duck; or between
the tirst day of January and the loth day
of August, any prairie chicken, sage heu,
grouse, pheasant or partridge. Further, it
is unlawful to have any of the aforesaid
game in one's possession between the dates
mentioned. It is unlawful during the
months of November, December, January,
February and March to catch or have in
possession any mountain or brook trout,
and it is forbidden at any time to catch the
same except with hook and line. It is un
lawful to shoot at or kill any duck between
hours of S P. M. and 5 A. X, Violation of the
provisions of this act are punishable by a
tine of from 810 to .*.'ioo, one-half to he paid
to informers and the other half to the
liioMNMs Cask Alain.— The Dayton
ChronieU says that Father Cesari has just
returned from Olympia, where he has been
to see the Governor in the interest of the
condemned murderer Oioninni, Father
Cesari says that he knows Gioninni is inno
cent of the crime for which he is convicted,
but to prove such he must tirst prove who
the guilty party is, aud this he cannot do as
a priest. What a strange position Father
Cesari must occupy. The inference from
above would he that Gioninni was innocent,
ami that the reverend father had become SO
convinced through the confession of another.
Go to Hazard & Co ami "git the mOS test
geods tor tin- Isaatssl money."
FOB Sai.k. A span of good Millies, also
200 i..rds dry Br wood. Apply to Matt
Wall paper in full stock at t iridic)- &
Whitney s, ami trimmed for purchasers, free
of charge for trimming.
<>ra»us? Organs!! Orleans!!!
The Kstey and Western Cottage Orgaus
foi - ile at Waggcuer s.
Gridley & Whitney keep the best farm
ing ami teaming wagons for sale on the I'a
All my customers are hereby informed
that the city Bakery and Restaurant will
-eil bread at the rate of IS loaves for $1.00,
and can and will sell bread at as low rates
;.s any other establishment on this coast.
Vancouver, March 11. ISB4.
I'r. Met ah,, dentist, corner First and
Yamhill streets, Portland, Oregon, .lues tirst
lasi work at reasonable prices. (6mchl3
Neatest, nicest, nobbiest, cleanest, coolest,
cosiest, best lit, highest ceiling, largest sky
light—in fact the lion Ton place,
Call and see tne new let of searing ma
chines at Gridley <y Whitney's. They are
the best out.
A < Altl».
We have ou hand now a stock of Califor
nia Doors aiul Sasii, bought for cash ou a
very low market, which we will sell at a
very small margin. < 'MM anil see us.
i;os> \ DOWNING,
Goto MoCormick for your boots goto
Mot lormiek for the best.
Prodacers ~r first Itaode are paid tha follow.
WHEAT- 100 per hnatal
' 1 \T> 5q caafis per bu-hel
HAT—Loose Timotln. *jn per ton, tn leu
f&l. bottom, (lug IJ.
POTATOICa- new Ml cents per bushel.
B.U l»N llaliu.lv perpOUnd; .Side* 18;
fibealders, r>4 centa.
I. Aft I»— Imc per pound.
WTTRK- Fresh roll, Ik.
( UK KKVi—I.In , *.', per doren.
>»lke,. lor I'ultllf-allKii.
Land OftVe a t Vancouver, W. T., <
March 7th. t
N..ti..- bhareb} kv,.,, thai tin- latin a lag
named settlor has tile* m.ticc of intentionto
make fjial j.r.-.f in sttefturl ~f ),!. ~,,,„,_ „„,,
!''•'' ••• •■ I 1 vt.- tH inre tin- Raar.
r and Receiver at Vaii v .,iv. r T.. W. .111
P-JU, ip,jj ,Ik, Umi, Ki. l,
ards. HoHicUjad A Pr l„ ati.„. \ ( , ~,r
V wn.lnp , i,„ r tb, ..( Kan ire i ,•«.<
ll'- mile -11,, M,i|..»nii:»it1,.■„„.,.,,, ~,,„,.
"» •Milinui.ua rc.idVnee upon tmd eultna.
» of .aid laud. via: Mason. .I„|,n Os.
T hartea il tbtoy, and Jan.-* \v. ,1,
* « 1 KKD W MFASUJM, Kcgiater.
RAIL ROAD PRICES
ARE NOW BOOMING AT
W. C. HAZARD & CO.'S EMPORIUM
Where you will And the largest and best assorted stock of
General Merchandise and Clothing
of all grades and styles nin th nf San Francisco, consisting of
GROCERIES, CROCKERY, HARDWARE,
WOODEN WARE, TINWARE. WILLOW WARE,
WALL PAPER, CARI'ETINGS, WINDOW SHADES.
Iron and Steel,
SASH AND DOORS,
"TXTltLlte ILead and Olls.
BRAN, SHORTS and CHOP constantly on hand.
CLOAKS AND DOLM ANS
The Largest Stock of Boots and Shoes
Ever brought to Vancouver, which srlll bo sold as cheap as the cheapest.
Thousands of articles not mentioned—all of which will be sold as low as the lowest.
N. B, A Specialty matle of Men's and Children's Clothing,
The Clothing Department occupies the whole of the second Hour of our large building.
Our Gash Prices for Groceries are as follows:
Royal Salem Flour per bbl .*."> 25
** a a " gaek lan
Outside Brands " bbl •!''•'>
•• suck 1 10
Dry Granulated Sugar s lbs for 1 00
Cube Sugar s " 100
Extra C Sugar i " I >hi
Golden C " H> " 100
Coffee D " 11 " 100
Phoenix Drips, In Syrups, per keg 800
" •' ill gallon cam UB
Best Costa Rica Coffee 7 His for I iki
Best Carracola Coffee 0 " 100
Beat Roasted Coffee, Arbuckles ."i " lon
Hoi Carolina Kin It! " 1 'Hi
Best Beans Iff " 11»»
Pluraroer Dried Apples .v.. " i llll
Sun Dried Apples '-• " 1 "<'
Plums, pltluss .v.. " i i*i
Prunes !l " 1 no
Peaches t " l iki
Pears HI " 1 iki
Kui»ins 13 " HKi
" Layer Raisin, s. " 1 iki
Better Quality than M. M. or Co. Tea prft *0
■'iircliusc* dellT*r«d free lv nil parts ol lli<- ellj
COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF,
City Hoot tt Shoe Stoi c
Has now received s full supply for we sum
mer trade, of all Kirn- ..f
BOOTS & SHOES,
The largest stock in < larks county,including
Sandals and other novelties for
Ladies' and Misses wear.
LES2 THAN PORTLAND FHICSS FOR CASH!
Repairing'and Custom Work promptly at
ScwiiiK Macliinos for sale
All patterns <>! the Bbiger and tbe Queeu.
(Sixth Street, near comer of KVservc St.)
Plumber <£t Gas Fitter
(ias and Steam Fitters
Hot Hater Rotten,
Ruth fahs, Sinks
Patent Water Closets of all Kinds,
FORCE A LI IT PIMPS*, Ac.
W«rk attended to with accuracy ami dis
pateli, on the tiiunt rctiionable llrlDl, Conn,
try orders loth iled
Vaoj ui.vrr. Ot t. 1883
EVERDING & FARRELL,
Wheat, Hay, Oats, Straw,
Timothy Seed, Ground Feed,
Barley, Flour, Bacon, and
CORNER OF FROM AND ALDER STREETS, PORTLAND.
Trunks and Valises,
Of nil style) anil sizes.
Of all styles to suit.
Hi lb sack HlllsboroOatmeal BO
. 10" " Cornmeal -to
I 111 •' •' Cracked Wbeat Ml
' io" " Hominy .'si
lo- •• Buckwheat Flour 80
Canned Tomatoes Bcaai for 1 iki
Corn, Whtslow's beat.T " 1 iki
" Pess, heal 7 " 1 iki
Table Peaches per can 3.* i
Blackberries » 35
M Oysters, aay brand " iO
" Lobsters " 3ft
" Clams " 3ft
Boston Baked Beans » 2n
" Jellies " 35
Best Eastern Hams 17c per lb.
Shoulders 10c "
j Bacon 14c
Pickled Pork We
Potatoes per bu., 00c
Barley Chop per ton,ikMX)
Falrbank's Lard, 10 U> buckets 1 st>
" : : - »?.
" v " ; '"
And do not trust to what other- may say.
\\ . C. HAZARD CO.
The Cudar Creek Mill properly, together
with sny number of ai res of land deaired,
situated on Cedar Creek, 1W mile- from the
steamboat landing on Lewis River, in Clarke
county, W. T. Terms essy. Address
s I IU is !• OTWELL,
111 i:\er.v Style
Fresh Eastern Oysie.-s in nquare cans,
PITY BAKERY AND nr
y , „ . RESTAURAN J
W. SMILEY, Proprietor.
Always on bsad. Broad delivered (reek svery
lla» to all parts ..1 tin- city.
STEVENS & NEWMAN. Propr's
Constantly on band s full stock uf
PLAIN AND FANCY CAKES,
Pies and Pastry.
BREAD, 1(01,1 S. m NN,
CBACKESB, NI TS,
and tin- largest and beat stock of
Brer brought to Ik* City.
Presto Bread delivered even aaj ioull Darts
of tka ' ity.
COWS FOB SALE.
If G 1 klllchcows, stC. H.Abbey's, Lear.
is rim-. P, o Address, Ls Center, \V T.
.Etna, Clarke Co., W. T.
L. A. NICHOLSON,'
SASH and DOORS,
OILS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES,
Main Street, - - Vancouver, W, T.
Next to (i. W. Durgin's store.
Qlaatng done to order.
Estimates made on sash and doors for con
W.P. CRAWFORD & GO.
Groceries and Provisions.
And family supplies of nil kinds.
FZiOI7H c& FEED.
MAIN STREET, - . VANCOUVER.
Country produce bought and told. Purchases
delivered free to all parte of the city.
I Have in Btock a full Supply of Fancy
(•noils, consisting of
TOYS, &c, &c.
Which will he sold at Portland Prices.
141' A full supply i.r mask- on hand.
An invitation Is extended t.> everyone ti>
call ami examine tho stock,
Main Bt., opposite W. C. Hazard .v. Co
Curled Hair Works
i hair nm.ni mmmm co.
Curled hair mr general upholstering pur.
poses will henceforth be on hand lor sale at
lowest figures. We will also manufacture
hair mattresses on short notice, and give
anybody ordering an) tho privilege to have
them made in their houses. All work and
material Marram, d,
Horse 11 ;iir will always be purchased in any
Knr samplua and prices call mi Mr .1 J
A. V. TO! 88A1NT,
A. S. MABHLE. Proprietor.
These mills, entirely rebuilt, with new ma
chinery, X sets burrs, all of the beat class, hi
now ready for nun haul and custom work,
and "ill turn out onlj tbe best ol Hour from
Chop ground on Fridays
jnUkHX S. MARBLE.
\ anconyer, I let. :23d, 1888.
Cwraer Bth and it Htreeta. Vasieeavor,
Blacksmith and Machinist,
Are prepared lo do ill klada ol work In tkel
of Marblnery, Wagons and Farming Toola
ia made a specialty, having the beat
of fin il tiiia for suck work.
Edged Tooln Made to Order.
Horse shoeing carefully attended 1 te.
MULLIGAN & RASS.
Fresh Beef, Cork. Corned Beef,
.Million, Nail Pork, Minus and
Baton. NaiiMge Meat,
Hi ice! Beet, TongMM,
Ac, <V( .
fegeUMw and Fresh Fish.
And all other artleli - In the market line will
be mpplled when ordered.
VANCOUVER, W. T.
AS /> Sill SULKS.
Wi- guarantee the excellence of ul! our
A 1 ii■«.■ r.ll discount allowed on large bills
iimi to tin- trade
Regular eaatoni ra for mall lota will t><>
credited with adraa bach when thelreaah
ordur* reach M M iii on, nth.
Kotlac law •'■■oik-hiiou.
Lead Macs „t Vaaeoaver, w. t., i
March is iwt-t. ' \
Notteels hereby glreo thai the fonowtac
num. (i tettier has tiled notice ol in» Inten
tion 1., ni.ik, Dial proof la tupporl of hie
elalai.eao Unit laid proof »m i»- ssada hc
fors iii • Regtsti i tod Recelrer nt Vancouver,
» I. "» 11 Iday, M o :,,.i. ;s-i., u John
Morgan, Homestead tppllratione Noe 2151
ami BUT. f..r tha ~uitii , of north weal U sad
nortli I, nf M.uthwmt >« of ttt JO Town i
north, k.uii;. .'. i .-t
He iniuirK th< following wltaaaiaa to mom
Ma erMtiaaoaa realdeare upoa ami eultlfa.
Hon of aald lead, rut John MiljiiikliL ii
It Mi Donald, Jaraea Byrnes, Michael Byrnes'
nil ..f Waehougel w f *
MaaaM litKH.w SPAHUHG, I jcjefcjt