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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 2 December 1876

COUNTY ORDERS. Piirllos dcelrlne Cotinty Or* rs, wltli • hi 'Ii to pny tuxes, can pureti I*o a limited number i>\ calling on Ibe uiiuerslinied, nl the I.vkkpkn dbnt office. W. BYRON DANIELS. Walla Walla has a commercial school taught by Prof. Man Taylor. Killed. —Mis. Bluford Smith, a pioneer lady of \fS, was killed al Sil verton, Oregon, recently, by the ac cidental discharge of a rifle. Cattle Saved.—The 202 he.id of cattle, which were on the Daisy Ainswofth when she was wrecked Jnsl week, were the property of the Kinney Bros., of Astoria. Lcssthan fifty head were lost. New Poem. —Mrs. Dunniway, vho is expected to arrive soon from the East, where she hat.been spend ing the past three months, has pub lished her latest poem in a hook, which will shortly be offered to the public. It is a volume of 200 pages, and is said to be the crowning work of all hoi literary productions. Second Growth. —-Alex. McAn drews has laid upon onr table some specimen pears ol the IJttitlctt vari ety! ...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 9 December 1876

Jpr Dim outer independent. VOL. 2. |)|$ jpanrowci; Independent PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, BY The Independeni Publishing Company. vv. By bos Daniels:- Euitor urn Business M AN A',l'll. 0 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Per Annum, when paid in advance 12 00 If not paid before tie- expiration ot biv month*, > 60 RATES ol" ADVERTISING. One square, 10 linen or leas, 6rst InsertlonSS no lCieli subsequent insertion, per square.... 1 00 Advertisements inserted three month-, or longer periods, at lii l rates by special eon. tract. Legal notices "ill be charged to tie 1 attorney or officer authorising their ii aertion. j-tf" Advertisements sent from a aistance. tool transient notices; must i»' accompanied by the cash. KgT Notice* of births, marriages ami deaths lusei id free of charge. NEWSPAPEIi DECISIONS. 1. An] pctnon who taken a paper regularly from the post-office wliether directed In Ills mime or another's, ><r whether In- lion nub eeribed or not ri»] aible for payiueut. 2. If a oersou o...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 9 December 1876

Vancouver Independent. OTFIfiTAIi PAr«B OP CITY AUD COCICTY. VanciiTir, Clark• Coaußty.WaskißSj- tow Twrltwy. The Mllent Wood. oh' then whose heart aearred nml wors, Whom i.lsiw bewilder, cares oppress,— T:\ disanpi Intmi "t overborne, or overjoyed si earth's succees,— Tha nr wi odi call lo thee to come, Their lone depths nre never dumb. for lb era is new » d»y s-> t-till. s lulled t' l sleep, but some light breece, tinni ll< eil i lie, doth faintly till The topmost foliage of Ibe tries. An.i loose tall, ta|iaring creata sr<. stirred, tn.l th. it. rmi whisper heard. Anri there i» aerer day *■> rude, > vexed with hls-i* Hint howl und drive, Bui mi tin* ( i Mrk ttn, l loneaoma woi a Tbe windi are boshed, or only give- Howe'ir the tree-topa is -k and swiug Dcotb t.. their solemn murmuring. —<:. a Holm* Tin- ninrr's Nlor>. BI MAS! A DERItOS. i married Barb'l7 out'n the i >ty. jron see, Mil waa fer too nice a laaa for the Uk« urne, I did wv rourtln' In brave, Sue ...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 9 December 1876

Receive an Acknowledgment. To v proud spirit, making an acknowl edgment of being in the wrong is harder than tho greatest sacrifice. In deed, some would rather submit to any other humiliation than to frankly avow wrong motives or opinions; the task is still greater to confess having injured others. The desiro to retain one's solf respeot is so natural, that, like a child, , many cover their eyes with their hands, and," not seeing their faults, imagine they are hidden from the gaze of others as well: and to remove their hands would be to discover their vain delu sion. Yet the greater the effort required to perform a worthy action, the more respect we should show to the candid 1 ami honorable avowal of wrong. Yet too often we see the reverse of this. Two brothers lived at their father's I house in harmony until they arrived at manhood; but some contending inter eats caused such a disagreement that i both left their early home, declaring eternal enmity and hatred toward each i other. Y...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 9 December 1876

$anc o u vcv $ ntlrp rtt tl ent, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1«78. The President's Message. President Grant submitted eighth and la*' Bnnual ir•«tr*- to Congress last Tuesday. He opened the document with royicw of his administration during the past eight i years, in the nature of a persons] vin dication calculated to smootlien tfre transit ):■• makes on the Itli <>f March from hii high official position to th ran k- of the people, to assume p< sition in history? B |iwsiti<ni which Ii doubtless fears may be prejudiced Ia the turbulence of the times, Tlii- lijJy oi the docutm i i is ''~111 posed ofthe usual statistics and rec ommendatii 'tis ci incerning (• >reign am domestic affairs. Considerable spaci is devoted to the subject of natural ization nl' aliens, recommending Con yr'-ss to Mink provision regardin< uniformity in the r rds and certih' "ates. and providing against fraud which frequently take place in natu ralization. 'I*ll i — feature ol themes sage is probably p...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 9 December 1876

Ihultpmtltnt, LOCAL. Panthers. —Jesse M. Heid killed a couple of panthers, recently, in the Lewis River section of country. Mill. —Wondbams' grist-mill on Cedar Creek is finished and in running order, doing a first class business. Weather Report.—Thermometer at Walla Walla, 30 c . Dalles, cloudy; trying to snow. River falling. Nav igation likely to close in a few days. Weather. —The weather during last week was very pleasant, as pleas ant as any impatient "webfoot" could wish. Sunday was a beautiful day, but Monday morning the genuine "Oregon mist" "set in gloomily. Patents. —Cash patents for land, belonging to the following named persons, have been received at the Register's office: .lames 11. Rolen, Andrew Benson, Jabez R. Knapp, Richard .1. Holmes, Henry T. Levins and Ivi ward Pender. Mother Goose. —At the Garrison, last Wednesday evening, Capt. Pierce 1 tctured to a crowded house, treating in a happy manner tin- highly inter esting theme of "Mother GoOSe S Mel odies.*' The Capt....

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 9 December 1876

Turkish Deviltry. All English paper says: There is no other word that can convey a conception of the conduct of the Turks in Bulgaria, hut the wort! ••deviltry." Let this be taken to stand for nameless ami unfathomable deeds of infamy; let it be understood to mean the outbreak -if a cruelty and hist which knew no restraint of pity or oi shame, ami the atory of which makes the heart burn with indignation st the dishonor Wins brought upon humanity itself ; let it be interpreted a- indicating iniquities from the foulness oi which the imagina tion lltterh i ils; and then this word "deviltry" will do to use in speaking of the deeds of which the Turks have been guilty- ''''' anyone who thinks this language is too strong, read, if he has not done and if he has sueffiient resolution for the task, the further let ter t>"'" rrespondence of the /hi 'i A'■•«•>. which appeared last Satur day. Compared with the diabolical tor tnres actnnlly inflicted by the Turkish Boldierv upon a helpless ...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 9 December 1876

Agrienltaral Notes. WHAT IT REQtTIBEB. M. I. Pierre calculates that, in n life of six'y years, an apple tree removes from the soil till pounds of nitrogen, equal to 11,600 pounds of farm yard manure. To maintain the soil in condi tion, therefore, about 175 pounds of ma nure ought to 1)0 annually given per tree during tho fifty years that it is in hearing. RULES POB FARMERS. I. Keep an account of farm work •>. Do not have the farm implements' M attered over the farm, exposed to rain, snow and heat. 8, Repair tools and buildings at a proper time and do not suffer three-fold i xpenditure of time and money. I. Iso money judiciously ami do not attend auctionsalestopurchase all kinds of trumpery because it is cheap. ">. Do not refuse to make any correct experiments, in a simtjl way, of many new things. ('•. Practice economy by giving stock shelter during Winter; also good feed, taking out all that is unsound, mouldy or half rotten. 7. Do not keep tribes of cats and snarling dogs aro...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 9 December 1876

J. A. Dale, dentist, calls attention to liis card, which appears elsewhere In this paper. The people "l* the country in need of dental woi k should give liim a call. Compass Vaiuations. —We have received a communication upon the subjeel of "Compass Variations," but space forbids its appearance ilii week. Ii will hove a place in next week's issue. MISTAKE. — Ln the District Court proceedings published in the [nuepex ni si week before Jast we mentioned that John O'Donnell was admitted to citizenship. This was a mistake, ii In-ill", .lames O'Donnell instead of John. John O'Donnell having heen natural ize.'! several \ ears ago. Well Received. -Hon a. J. Dufur, Oregon's Centennial Commis sioner, whose labors at the great exhi bition have been instrumental in bring ing Oregon so prominently into notice, has returned and heen received by his constituents in the most hearty manner. At a reception in Portland lie was pre- Rented with a water pitcher and goblel of solid silver, speeches were ...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 23 December 1876

{TAe Vancouver Jfndejtendent. VOL. 2. «f ti if fm fyxawmr "jpepcntteitt. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, HY The Independent Publishing Comp V.VY. W Bthon Daniki.s: Eoitou and Bcsins* Masah 11 TEItVS UF SUUSCKIPTIOM. Per Annum, when paid in advance M 00 If not paid before the expiration of tlx mouths, ■> (l I'ATKS OK AlA'KllTfSlXf}. One »q'i ire, It) lliii'* nr |c*«, br»t ltt»er lon IJ 00 K.i '.i miiue | mill iuserii.ni, p1if.4u.1ru.... I no AdruftWuiilttUtu in-.Ti.'.l three month* <>r loiuer periods, ut liberal rate* by special eon track i-if LciMl notices will i"-' chanted to the at. ii,l -v ur .•iii ier sUtUoruium lUeir 11 .erllou. \.-jf Adverlisumuiiu sent from v ..i-tuuce. Mint transient lulieas; 111 1-1 uo uocuiupunicd by the ciuu. J v?~ Notices of birth*, marriage* ami death* |u« lid fr< •■ "f eiiurae NKWSPAI'KI! HECISION'3. 1. Any perium who tukei a paper rcitalurly froiw tl.e ito>l olllce wiicihel' uirccted in In. name nr iui.iUn-r«, i»r wuclher in* hu. nun terlbcd ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 23 December 1876

Vancouver Independent. OTTK-UI. IAPBIt OP CUT ASH COfBTT. VasniTir, CUrJis Conntj. W*ibtnß. tn T * rrif, iiU——««. Inshmcl. Wliilc m<n pay reverence tomightythtngo. They tnuri revere thee, thou Mne-tlnrlured l«Ie 01 England- di t to day. but tilt" long wl.il. tn the front of nation". Mother ol great kings, Soldiers and poets. Boundthn tin Sea IHnga His steel-bright im aud -hi. I Ik tbee from the kndnurtof France, secure, with august audio, Thou titi st, »!"i the K«»l hli tribute brlni ■, Home niv thy nld-timo i • wi r In on the way, Thy moon of grandeur, oiled, contracts nt ' length,— The, ii ilarki ning down fr..m b »« to b as. l..*t but a hi utib band nuiki- threat again, And they Khali ace tbee in thy ancient atrength, Bach ii' c -ii" w quivering, limn sat — T. H. Alttrirh. * * 1.n,« it In Muse. Live her? Yes.of course I t'.i.l . lilollxed her i all ttint ; Moral it"' flush np.»> her rheek. Worshipped tin- roses in In r bat Ami shi ! 1 used to think Kin did . That Inlk about...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 23 December 1876

A Story ol tho Soa. SI'PFERIXOS OV BHIf*RRf'REI» SAILORS— The mate of tho wrecked brig A'hnirn. df |sh borough, Maine, furnishes the Boston papers with the following ac count of tin' terrible hardships endured hy th.- crew "f that vessel: Sidled from Portland, Main", whero we had put in for n harbor, at snn down, boun 1 fur St w York. loaded with deals and pickets, the "few con sisting of Tidiuan Pendlet tn, enptain, , of [slehorough, Maine: Lyonies Pen* | diet on. mate, also of [sleborough; II"- -barl Dodds, cook, eighteen years of age, fslehorongb; William, a colored sea man, ami Robert, a colored seaman, both shipped at Bangor. About eight o'clock the same evening, the wind be ing heavy from tin- northwest, all the sails excepting tin- mainsail ami th" fore staysail wen, blown away. With tho latter tiie vessel was kept on her course. About H o'clock discovered tin- vessel to be leaking, water coming in so fast licit, at 'I o'i lock nre ceased pumping. About that time an unknown s...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 23 December 1876

SPanfmu'fv R.VJ tiilMV, DECEMCER 23, I 10 Merry Christmas. Again We lire upon the eve nl the joyi'ul Christinas season, the season when the children of the community are made happy with kind remem brances from parents and trientls, and older j pie rej> dee in ihe plesnuro of the little ones; the season when the rich ami the well-to-do make mer ry with their friends, and the poor are not forgotten hy the benevolent people in lie- christian community. For mure than a month busy brains havo heen planning and nimble lin gers winking tn somebody a pleasant surprise on tho great day of gii'is. The fragroul cedars have yield ed their foliage, and willing hands have appropriately ilecoiiiied the place of public wi irshtp and the In •me. The Christmas nee, freighted with the many beautiful ami substantial expressions of love and tenderness, is about ready to be exhibited to the scores of happy children who never in their lives befi ire saw nucha ''beautiful ' tree." The preparations arc a...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 23 December 1876

Vancouver Jmlcptttdrat. LOCA.L- Ball at Bybee's, on Mill Plain, hist Wednesday evening. Church d< 'orating lias been the *\ihief occupat " • during the evenings of this week. Head the ad. of the Scientific Amer ican in another column. Miss I,munis' school will close on Friday for the holidays, and will re open on Monday, January Bth, 1877. Calico Ball.—A calico ball was given al Metropolis Hull Inst Tues day evening, in which the beauty and fashion of Vancouver participated, School Exhibition I —Mr. Dil lon's school will give an exhibition this Friday evening al Brant's Hall, at 7 o'clock. Let the ball be filled with people, for a treat, is in store for all who attend. FALL.—Last Thursday, while Rob- ert Downing was decorating the Epis* copal Church, the ladder upon which he was standing slipped from under him, and he tell about fifteen feet, striking on his side ami back, hurting him b.iuly, though not dangerously, Fikkmans'Halt..- The General Al- lon Eniriue Compar, v and lie H...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 23 December 1876

Gpiirr.il Custer. General Custer was promoted .it one bound from a lieutenant of cavalry to l>r n brigadier-general. At the time that il occurred, ii via* entirely unex pected. Cnstcr had, however, fell from the beginning of his careor a full con viction thai ho would »ia distinction in the war. In his ojien and frank way he had often spoken of it to hi* brother officers at their long, llrelighi talks. Ho had reci i\. il i Rood id al of ridicule on this point from his comrades. At tho buttle nf Aldie, Lieutenant' Custer may he said to havo almost alone turned defeat into one of our must bril liant cavalry victories. Mis biographer says: One evenin r, olovon days after Aldie, when t'nster returned to headquarters, after a long ride, in which ho bad been posting the pickets of the entin -ps for the night, ln< was greeted in the large tent, where tho staff was wont t<> gather at night, by the salutations: "Hallo, General T "How are yon, General?" "Gentlemen, General t'ns te...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 23 December 1876

The Potato—lts History. this plant, Kirn" n tn botaniats n i So annm lnbero*um, is a native of tin- West- j em continent, having been found by the early Hpnaish uml Portugese adventur ers, growing wild in the northern por tions of South America It was found) growiug wild in Bueuos Ayres and : i 'hili. ut < 'n/.co in Pern, al Quito in Equidor, and in the forestsof Bogota in New Granada. The high table lands nf the Andes range of mountains si i ins in have been its favorite habitation, ll ul'- ' pears to have been cultivated by the in habitants nf those regions long prior to its discovery by Europeans. At Quito >t has been [raised from time immemo rial, ni nn elevation of over 10,000 feet nlinve the lovel nf the ocean. Al just whal time it was introduced into Europe it is difficult to till. :is we have bill little history nil the subject, and w hat we have is some what confused and contradictory. Ii i pretty well established, however, that it was taken to Ftitope em ly in ihe si...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 23 December 1876

The Snohomish Star says a tinm is wanted at that place, and that cv- cry encouragement "ill In' extended to some good man who will come and engage in the business. Justice Haydetl turned s->;, into the school funds last Monday. He says he lias deposited more green backs in the County Treasury, for fines, etc., collected, than tho amount of all the county orders which he has drawn out during his official term. Hoodlums vs. Spiritualists.—A lot of Portland hoodlums, slightly possessed of the devil, are palming themselves off on the community ov or there as visitors from the spiritual realms. They come down on tin'side of Robinson's Hill and stone a cer tain dwelling house, and when the police make a rain, seem to l>e very adroit in getting out of the way. Pour special policemen and a lot of citizens tried to capture them, but failed. Sal moil Preservation^ Mitchell's bill tin- tho preservation of Columbia river salmon li<dieries prohibits fishing for salmon by any means whate...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 30 December 1876

(The Viimomcr Jfitdcpcndcnt. VOL. 2. lip pancowwi j nd^snlent. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. W, Bybon Daniels:— Editoh kSB Piiopbie fott. TERMS OF SUBS! BII'TION. Per Annum, when paid iv advance "0 !l not pant before the expiration of i-i\ mouths, « SB KATES OK ADVERTISING, fine square, 111 llnesor less, Hrsl Insertion $3 00 Kj.-Ii mibii'ipieiil lusertl uerequarc— Ino Advertisements Inserted three months or longer periods, at liberal rates by special eon trael 'if Legal rutin's will lie charged to the nt'oraci or uiHcer authorizing their II ertlon. Auverlbcinetits sent fr v instance, and transient milieus; must lie accompanied by llie cash. ; if Koticcs nf births, marriages and deaths lUsertd free ul chuige. NEWSPAPER Hl'i ISIONS. I, Any person who lake* n piiper rcirnlnrly from tii* po»l ulllcc whether illrectrd in ln> ii .iik- or another's, or whether he h i- »üb scribed or no! i- responsible lor payment, ■j, ii v iHMKiin order*. In- paper Ul-eoutlniicd, he n,u t pay all iiitciiib,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 30 December 1876

Vancouver Independent nvriini. PAVRk op cm s_m oorwry. V*»e«mT«r.C;«rke Co__ty. Was-iiM!-' ■; m T« rritwir. _ iv I n■■■ ii Time*. TVliss F»ii».rin-«-V Husband. Wt MBS. 015OHOK UAOTTjOTI . "My dear Kate, you aro on! of your senses." , •' Buf I don'l wish to tluidi of < leorgo for a husband!" ••No; but tliis scheme to get rut "t "•' Indeed. I unsure you, it is quite ad mirablo." , "No such word »s fiul for rac; my plan shall sn I; to-morrow 1 return to New Vork.un.l 1 shall i>ut it in immedi ate execution." This conversation took place in n charming little sitting parlor of an ele gant house in Baltimore. The speakers wore Miss Bell my, the young mistress ot the house, and Miss Kate I'anshaw, ablne-eyed beanty of New _ork. Kat» whs ii beauty, and irrisistibly charming; and whal wonder ber cousin George Ellison wanted to many her. "(leorge is well enough, but to marry him, t>. dear me, no! ho has not ot all my style." she mini "and a very nice way to settle the matter, is to d...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vancouver independent. — 30 December 1876

Stvifi -jTir/ice ill Rnssilk A merchant left St. Petersburg to travel across Europe, ln tlm course of his journey In- arrived at Warsaw. Be ing furnished with a letter of introduc tion, be repaired to the house of one of tic chief citizens there, und was courte- , ously received. He stayed at Warsaw lor a week, and his host showed him j every thing worth seeing in the town. Indeed the visitor was quite overwhelm ed by tin- unusual amount of kindness, rarely shown to any but friends of long standing. At length the pleasant visit drew to a close, and after breakfast the guest expressed his wish to see some parts of the town of which In- bad heard, "But," said he. "1 have with me a small box of gn at value that 1 do not like to risk in such places; if it were my own I diould not lie so particular: bu l it was intrusted tome by a friend who requested me to deliver it to a person in another town It contains diamonds am! other valuables. Would you do me the great favor of taking charge of...

Publication Title: Vancouver Independent, The
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