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HILLSBORO, WASHINGTON CO., OUR, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1807.
Subscribe for it and en-
Intend at the Post-office at Hillsboro,
Oregon, as Second class mail matter.
LtJCIUS A. LONG, EDITOR.
County Official Paper.
ISSUKD EVERY THURSDAY
' The Argus Publishing Company.
Subscription: One Dollar per Annum.
Six Months, 60 cts; Ituee ontlis, 35 cts.
Opposed to Gold Mono metallism. Be
lieves in the Bimetallic Standard
Thinks we Ought to Take Care of our
ovn People Before Annexing Hawaii.
' Has no use for Marcus A. Hanna.
MEASURE FOR MEASURE.
The republican party seeks to ad
vise its adherents that we must
have "sound money ," and to get
''sound money" it must have the
gold standard gold monometal
lism. The party made the greatest
use of these assertions last summer,
during the presidential campaign,
and it was at that time frequently
pointed out by the opposition that
its. very position wab contradictory.
It held for gold and said we must
have an unchanging dollar. It
wanted, in other words, values to
remain the same.as they then werel
And yety men voted the ticket for
fear of a "cheaper dollar,"' or high
er product, as measured in dollars.
Speaking by the card, the repub
lican party seeks to have a financ
ial system which means a larger
measuring power of dollars when
applied to the farmers' product,
while putting into effect laws which
make the farmers pay more of
these same dollars, for which they
must fight hard, to the manufac
turer for the manufactured article!
This is rich, indeed, and who is
there who has hot common sense
enough to recognize that such laws
strike the farmer both front and
rear? How long can a party live
.which holds out such a policy to
those who are the makers of all
wealth? It is a solely and simply
a Question of measure. Will we
have a dollar measure more prop
erty, or property measure more dol
SOMETHING ABOUT LAW.
The Oregonian is, beyond doubt,
one of the most able papers pub
lished on the continent, but this
does not preclude its getting badly
mixed on more than one question
of vast importance. Its opposition
to the democratic income tax is
well remembered. Its assertions
that men have the same opportuni
ties but that many do not avail
themselves of chance are indeed
questionable. It is a fact incontro
vertible that even on the Pacific
coast, the opportunity to build a
home, as in years ago, has passed
away. The public domain has been
taken up; a new generation has
came into existence and it must
seek avenues of labor wherewith to
get money to buy a home. Condi
tiom have changed in the last
twelve years. Twelve years ago an
able-bodied man could make fair
wages in Oregon or Washington,
even on a farm. Today the farm
jaborer can get no more than half
the then wage,. Farmers cannot
jrfford to pay the old time prices.
Jt is only when crop conditions
abroad create an abnormal demand
for American wheat that American
growers can farm with any degree
of profit. Mindful cf the fact that
farmers must necceesarily thrive
before business men in cities can
thrive, it is nonsense to talk of op
portunity! A man with $10,000
in cash can make an opportunity
A man with an annual income of
over $3000 can create opportunities
bv the wholesale. His chance to
financially thrive is a thousand
times better than he who reaches
his majority with a capital stock
of nothing but brain and muscle.
The Oregonian reiterates that law
cannot help the impecunious. Very
true! But equality to all before
our law-making bodies can prevent
much peculation and this will pre
vent impecuniousness in many in
stances. If law were but for the
creation of order it would be differ
ent. But corporations are before
each and every meet of our legisla-
lures and Congresses asking for
special privileges and they get
then where, the poor can not, and
do not. Laws create conditions,
and where conditions force much'
from the many for the few, laws
.r forceful, forcible instruments.
Portland Simon papers and Port
land pastors are making a great
howl about the disreputable North
End, as allowed to exist under th
Pennoyer administration. The
truth of the mutter is Portland's
Whitechapel district flourished un
der every anterior administration,
and blackmail has been indiscrim
inately levied under the regimes
preceding Mr. Pennoyer's occupan
cy. All at once the gold cult has
became very virtuous. This is hy
pocrisy for you! Ten years ago
dens of infamy wit every wheie in
terspersed over Portland's business
sections. Today they are said to
be more isolated than under the
Frank administration. Vice was
blackmailed at every opportunity
to provide Simon with campaign
funds. The complainants seem to
have forgotten these things, but the
Portland public certainly has not.
The Pennoyer regime is no worse
than the othirs and economicallv
considered is doubtless better. The
whole trouble is summed up in the
desire of the Simonites to gain con
trol of the municipality.
POSITIVE MEN AND ft EASURES.
The state of Oregon should next
year send two congressmen and one
senator to Washington who are
positive, one way or the other, on
the money question. Straddlers
should be left at home. Bimetal-
lists want silver men, but they
would prefer gold monometallists
to men who are anything before
election, in order to be elected, and
then anything which strikes their
fancy after being seated. To this
end men should he put up who are
clearly arranged on distinct lines
of money standards men who are
not political weathercocks, preach
ing gold standard one year and
against it another. The people of
Oregon want either one or the oth
er. Let them not be forced to vote
for or against a straddler. Let the
issue be clear and inevitable. It
must not be obscured by the per
sonality of politicians who are any
thing for the five thousand dollars
per year and 'perkisites." Let us
have positive men on positive plat
forms and then the result will not
be negative and half-baked. This
line of policy, followed everywhere,
will soon put an end to strife and
fcive us positive resusts.
EASY TO ANALYZE.
The New York Tribune insists gai
ly that Mr. McKfnley wtl do what
he will do' when Congress meets,
and it stands ready to say "amen!"
to what that may be. It is need
less to say that a public officer gen
erally consults his closest friends
when he is about to enter a public
function. He generally goes to
those from whom he has received
the most help and what they advise
is generally heeded. If those inter
ests which wielded the public press
in his behelf shall decree a message
urging currency reform, Mr. Mc
Kinley will doubtless coincide; if
they fear next fall's elections and
urge a non-committal policy, Mr,
McKmley will non-commit. If
they urge a currency contraction
he will urge it. If they would urge
independent bimetallism Mr. Mc
Kinley will send in such a message
We know that a commission was,
sent abroad seeking international
co-operation on the money question.
We know when ' that commission
was abroad Mr. McKinley sent in a
message to Congress which plainly
read between the lines to the effect
that we didn't want any interna
tional agreement or anything else
but a follow in the wake of the En
glish financial system. He stabbed
his own commission in the back
1 his he did at the instigation of
his "friends" the agencies of cor
porate Jwealth here and abroad?
vhh wis nisiory iresn in onr
minds, the New York Tribune tak
es good ground when it intimates
that Mr. McKinley will write "some
kind of a message." .
FAITH, OR FALSITY.
Since England has refused to enter
into a bimetallic agreement, and
is conceded by the brains of the
publican party that the admin
tration will Dreserva the irnlrl stan
dard until such agreement be affec
ted, it is time for socalled rennhli-
can journals to either support one
or the other financial system. There
is no middle ground. Internation
al agreement by mediation has fall
en by the wayside. ' It can no more
fool the foolish or worry the wise.
The presidential commission sent
abroad has fully established the i
"corpus delicti" and no one except
a fulsome fanatic or an furtheror of
falsity will hold out hopes for a .
There are, no doubt, a few fanat
ics who believe it can be accomp
lished. It is rather amusing to yet
witness this demonstration of faith
in a number of socalled republican
papers of Oregon; reminds one that
"Faith, fanatic Faith, once wedded
To some dear fasehood, hiurs it to the
Rut if it be not faith which moves
these scribblers, then must itbede
liberate falsity. Either will undo
the republican party.
The silveriUs, in all their plat
forms, contend for something tangi
ble. They have built a structure
which no architect of political econ
omy can mistake. It cannot le
deemed at one and the same time
as mosque or its opposite. It is a
positive platform and he who reads
understands its intents and purpos
es. Unlike the republican platform
which is construed to stand for
both gold standardism and bimet
allism it stands for something,
and that something must be possi
ble before international bimetallism
can ensue, towit: independent bi
metallism. Blind faith or studied
falsity can no longer govern the
RELIEF FOR GOLD HC TER8.
There is considerable agitation over
the asking the government to send
a relief expedition to the Klondike.
The government, perhaps, could do
worse than to send in supplies to
the starving prospectors and adven
turers, but it should be remember
ed that here in plenteous America
there are many times many thous
ands in our populous cities strug
gling penniless, cold and hungry,
to find a prospect that will yield a
color of that yellow medium, with
which to feed little ones. The ad
ministration may answer that it
has legislated for those at home,
but it should also be borne in mind
that it has legislated for those, as
well, who have started in the quest
of gold, in the making of gold more
valuable. There can be found plen
ty of destitution in the eastern cit
ies, and if we are to have reli f work
let us at least treat all suffering on
an equality It will not cost as
much to relieve ten times the suf
fering at home as in the Arctic Cir
LAYING HIS GROUNDWORK.
It is known that Jnhn H. Mitchell
is quietly at work to gain control
of the next republican state con
vention and Ibis he bids fair to
do in almost every county in the
state Multnomah excepting. Here
in Washington county the majority
of republicans are his firm defend
ers, while many who support him
chuckle over the way the genial ex
senator capers on the money ques
tion. They seem to think it a huge
joke that Mr. Mitchell can hold so
many to the g. o. p. on the money
question. As it now looks, Mr.
Mitchell will go to the state con
vention firmly entrenched, where
he will probably -'endorse the St.
Louis platform" and then bend his
energies towards whipping the re
calcitrant "Corbett crowd" into line
for the bloodless fray.
The pooh, dear, antique Inde
pendent says the silver papers
gloat over wheat falling. Let us
grant it be so, just for argument!
Didn't the Independent, say, two
years or such a matter ago, that
Dolph'8 financial policy "would
decrease from one-half to two-thirds
the price of everything Oregon has
to Belli" No, No! The silver pa
pers want a policy that will give
old time wheat values.
The administration bimetallic
commission must feel heartily
pleased to know that subtle diplo
macy was used by the power ap
pointing it to defeat their work
abroad. This has the effect of mak
ing the republican platform read,
"We are in favor of the existing
gold standard, and will defeat in
ternational bimetallism, if possi
ble." And it seems to have been
Uncle Sam can't even have the
basis without help from the bondholders
to begin with O! "chased" system!
What the thunder do we want of law
anyway when we have so manv ii,i,.ni-
gent politicians who dearly love the peo
ple? The president is busily occupied ex-
The price on every Suit or Overcoat in our
Fall and Winter showing Is a drawing-card
in Itself. Our variety, our patterns and our
methods do the rest. Remember there are
no heirlooms in our stock. More are the
world famed Suits, Pants and Overcoats. They
hang better; they're finished and pressed better;
they wear and please better than any other make
of clothing in this State.
II WEHRUNfcr & SONS
plaining to Spain that his understrap
pers are only joshing about Uncle Sam's
love for Cuba.
With large delinquent tax lists running
in the Independent and Oregonian, it i.i
no wonder that the glamour of "prosper
ity" has taken possession of their editors.
Congress will soon assemble, but it is
not expected that Mr. Dingley is prepar
ed to explain that forty million deficit
which is eating into the body politic of
his cherished measure.
So Mr. McKinley is to have a gold
bust representation for the Paris Expos
ition. That's nothing. By 1900 Uncle
Sani will have gold "bust-' which will
make Mr. McKinley's turn green.
Perhaps Mr. Mitchell has discovered
that there is a vast similitude between a
cross section on the Moon & Mars R. R.
and a like survey of political paths in
Oregon-"darned hard to find the stakes. "
The president should not lose a chance
of a lifetime in office to touch up the ;ia
tion in a blaze of glory. The Machete
dislikes to anticipate executive functions
but the president will certainly lose caste
in Oregon, if he fail to send Benton Kil
leu to Cuba 8n a geodetic commission.
Buxton Machete (rep.).
, John Bull loses no sleep bewailing the
two good drubbings received from Uncle
Sam. He quietly sleeps, serenely con
tent, happy in the thought that his on
ly and enlightened gold standard is bet
ter far than bullets, and that through it
he makes us pay a tribute which annu
ally would pay for an empire. His Roy
al Nibs will let us whip him every ten
years if he can continue to control our
financial legislation. Jolly John Bull!
IS IT CORBETT?
Legend of Oregon: Many, full many
moons ago the Chief of the crv.ititless
tribes of Oregon, at the behest of close
tillicums stnt one of his medicine men
who was swift in the chase of wampum
back to the rising un o sit in a coun
cil to deliberate and inveigh against cul
lus chickainin in company with medicine
men of great fam . The Sachem crost
river and mountain and lake and plain,
never resting nor breaking a twig day
and night he travelled sleeping not ex
cept with but one eye that he might bet
ter serve his tribes and at the same time
watch cultus chickamin warriors, brav
est and most treacherous of whom was
him called Chief Who-Lost-His-Robe.
But Lo poor Sachem! Those of the big
white Illihe hnew him not and offered
him no pipe nor no skin to seat hfmself
upon except that which the great Spirit
had given him. Faithful Indian that he
is, mindful that the Siletz braves were
with him in spirit, he returned not to
the Chinook r or Tualatin nor Clackamas
but remained day after day in front of
the Lodge which made him w lcome not.
And there he sate.. Moon upon moon
passed and still he sate, and sate, and
sate, and spat upon the earth, making
no plaint as becomes a true skookum
chickamin brave. His eye faded, his hair
grew whiter and yet the warrior sate.
The string of wampum grew lighter and
lighter while his heart grew heavier and
heavier in the knowledge that his people
were not represented. Meantime an ev
il Chieftain named Klondike sent to him
a message intimating ere many Chin
ooks had blown it would take a whole
moccasin full of lion skookum chicka
min to buy a cuatin with cropped cars
from the Linton emporium, and the soul
of the warrior grew yet more sad and he
Still sate but not where he was wont, in
side the council. The Oregon flows on
in his faraway home, but he lets it flow.
He waits and sighs not. The Chinook
whistles across liie hunting grounds near
to the western sea but the medicineman
whistles not back the sweet refrain for
his soul is full of sadness and he cannot
pucker. Chemawa Wa Wa. Ind
COURT HOUSE NEWS.
Ci (a tion ordered issued to heirs of
W in Guthrie, deceased, to appear
Jan 2, 1898, to show cause why or
der should not be made granting
petition t- te'l rrnl estate.
.1 A Imbtie has lull appointed
guardian of U F Imbriin the mat
ter of the rst-tcs of U.oVtt ('.nun
!!!. d-censi d, and D.ivid !.ibrie.
Oidend that Oloi.k of Cnii) !,-.;in
fur iin' r 1 1! r
ekht j 1 1 'ei'iit. said money le'onu'
irtr Ui twit heirs of the Alois I'ard
ui::ef rt'tute. '.. 'siileiire unknown
Tl" ."di, i!uV:n:i'Mi of th' I'rif
tin! f!i . hardi-i n estatn has l en
oidt ivd cloi-i'd of rt cord.
Real Estate Transactions.
Lyda A Young ami husband to ! Dough
ty part Audrew Harper d 1 e, I2200.
J V Sliute lo Ccctli-i Ferris tract 5 in
! airview ad to Hillsboro, fyuo
Alfred Davies to J unes M Smith 40 a in
sec 21 t I s r 1 w, 12414.
TJ Walian and wife to Win IMwards
4.43 a sec 16 t 2 s r 2 w, fSij.
Wm Ca ter to Mrs Belle Vnndehey n e
)i s e 4 sec 19 t 3 n r 5 w, 100.
Frank A Stockwelt to Joseph J Hartley
Slockwell creamery tract, f.iix).
D C Miller and wife to Klizabeth Thom
son pr.rt of lot 10 truitvab; nd Forest
Grove ar.d other lands. 5;;n.
Wm R Smith and others (heirs) to Han
nab. B Smith e n e sec 17 t 2 s r
l w, $1.
August Gubhart .ind wife to Cbas Wall
s y2 n w ,'4 of s e s 35 t 2 s r iw for"
Joshua Clark tu John F Kidder and wife
part blk II Forest Grove, J.itoo.
N R Weils and wife to R A Myiie tract
in sec 36 t 1 n r 4 w, f.1360.
P J ikhmiiz and wife to C 1' Wunderlich
40 a see 1 7 t I s r 3 w, $713
Wm Vaiiderzandun el ai to John Ver
bo irt 87.66 a Wm Wilson d 1 e, Jiooo
W H G oss to IMward J O'IXm s w
sec 34 t 2 11 r 4 v, Jr.
W II lucl-."r to Mary Smith 1.80 Humphrey!-,'
ad to Hillsboro, $675.
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t Public Sale.
Notice is hereby given th.it hy an order of
"'U v.iijiiiu..,-ionrin 4.uilll Ol U Uillll;illll
County, Oregon, that on Wednesday, De
cember Hth, 1ii7. ut 2 o'clock p. 111. the old
Washington County Jail building situated
in the Court House Square, will he sold at
public sale to the higheat bidder fur cash
111 hand, aula to take place at the south
door ol the Court House, in Hillsboro,
B. 1 CORNELIUS
Daled at Hillsboro, this 10th day of Nov
Notice of Final Settlement,
Notice is hereby given that the minor
signed has tiled his final account as
executor of the last will and testament of
Knima Htark. deceased, in the Count v
Court of'the Htate of 1 regon, lor 'Wasti
ington County, and that said Court has
appointed vonday. I eceinber 20th, 1W7,
at the hour of 10 o'clock i. M. as the time
for hearing objections to such final ac
count and for the settlement thereof.
CIlhTSTOl'H II EDM OLD
hxecutor of the last will and testament of
Km nia Stark, deceased.
Dated at Hillsboro, Oregon, this 18th day
of November, 1807.
Has moved his boot and shoo repair shop
into the building one door west of tho
Pharmacy, 011 Main strait, where he will
bo pleased to do good w ork nt
Lowest Possible Prices
V ILLS BORO,
The Hillsboro Pharmacy
The Leading Drug
Where DrugM, Medicines. Paint, Clls, Niuntfcs. llrushes and all DruuKlst'H Nitti't i h
may be procmed at prices that !itnlv dinlaiico competition.
: : Special Attention Given to Quality
: : and Accuracy 111 Dispensing.
: : A Full Supply of Toih I Atticlcs, I'ttfi in
: : cry, Patent Medicines, 5-cl.iol Hunks, I'.to,
Sac Car Largo Stock of Fine Perfumes
The Largest Ever Shown in the City.
Telephone tVom Store toOlliiiv
Beef, Mutton, leal and Pork
Kept Constantly on Hand.
Highest : M.ukct : Trice : I'aid : tar : Fat : Cattle, : Sheep : it ml ; lion
Cash Paid for Poultry.
MAIN STIiKHT. - IIIU.SIKHU), OK MOON.
ZCiTY LIVERY STABLE;
Cor. 2nd and Washington Street It
ViHlZZ YO'J WILL FIND THE BEST TEAMS THAT CAN BE HAD
L7ESYII113C nSST-CLASS. GOOD
I ibllOUl j. NOHTIIKl l',
Newly Furnished j
A first -clays table and
fot ti e convenience
of guests. . . ,
Notice To Bridge Builders.
A contract will be let at the county court
room, at Hillsboro, Oregon, Washington
comity, on Wednesday eceinbcr 8, 1847
at one o'clock p. ill. to the lowest bidder
for building a bridge ovtr a creik unit
cainon near the house of Knox on the
crnnty road leading from Hnxt n to the
resn.e ice of J. N. Ilailev, in said tiounty, .
all bids to be sealed. The ci'limiission
ers court reserves the riejit to reject any '
and all bills. Specifications may be seen
at the CK'iks nllice on and alter this!
week. By Older of conimiss'oners court.
I!. V. Cornelius, Judge. 1
Notice to the Public.
Notice is herely (tlvon that the undersign-
id farmers mid residents at Mniiiitahulalu
and vicinity ill prosecute lo tlio fail ex
tent of the. law, fur such cilVenses prewrih- i
en, an persons who limit, iisli, or other
wise LreNpHKH upon the farms of said 1111
dershriifltl. Dated at Mountaiiidalo, Washington
Co. Ore,, this 'JMth dav of Seplembor, ls:)7.
II. Taylor Hill, ('. K." Miorey, John Smith
(leu. Ilaiins, I. I. Nurtbinp, .1 I', ('rock
er, M. M. Howell, M. W. 1 full , J. C. ,af
I'erty, S. J. Kallnrty, C. It. Taylor. Ueo. H.
Anncntmut, .John lbaeh, A. (' WirtK, W.
A. MotitRoincry and W. N. Ilayimui.
Notice for Publication.
IANII Omen AT OlIKHOK f'lTV, Oll.l
Oct. 20t li. ls7.f
XroTIl'K is hereby Riven that the follow
ly ini;-namefl settler lias li led notice, of
his intention tu maka linn! proof in sup
port of his claim, and thai said proof will
lie made hrforo the County CI' rk of Wash
hildon County at Hillsboro Oregon, on
lice. -1th, l)7,viz:
If. E. No. R'!7.'! fur the K 'A H W X, nnd
hits ii and 4 of Sue. 7 '1 i 3 N K 3 west.
lie mimes the following witnesses to
prove his continuous resilience upon anil
cultivation of said land, viz:
Thomas (I. Mtiaehain, John Q. Johnson
and Dan It. Koe, of Hacona Ore., anil
William JieeVes, of Forest drove, Oregon.
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Lessons in Piano, Organ and Harmony.
PUNCH, CHAKCOAt CR AMIS'
PASTRr, INDIA INK DRAWING
Notice for Publication, .
Lakh Office at Okkoon City, O11.I
Oct. ID, lH')7.f
O'l tCK la hereby Riven Hint tho follow
1A iiiK-naiued settler has tiled notice cf
his Intention to make final proof in sup
iiovt of his claim, and that said proof will
bn made before the county clerk of Wash
ington county at Hillsboro, Orenoii. on
Dec. lth 1897, viz:
H. 14. 10306, for Hie W i of N E y4, 8 K V,
of N W '4 of Hee. IB and ti W 4 of 8 K V
of see 10 tp 8 N IU West. A
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
K. J. Cvubb, It einrioh Peterson and A. H
F. Wulf, of Hiixton, Ore., and J. il. Ken
ned', of Greenville, Oregon.
4-fi KohkrtA. MiMiitn, Kenlster.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice Is hereby given that tho under
signed has liled her final account in
t.lie CfllMltv I Vilifl. nfllm Ut..i.. ..f
ior Washington County, 111 the matter of
v.iu cwiio ui Ionian ij. wiiuams, Deceas
ed, and thai said Court has set Monday
lltnAlh Int. .'.I' Tti,nn...L o. . . . '.
in u. ui ucu-iuucr, 1TO, UI ie II O'.
clock A. M., ol said day, at the County
lYiiirf i-i. in,, 1,1 ii;iii...h.. iv.. ..1.!.. . r
....,.,, uiu.u,U ItKlllllKlDIl
County. Ormriui a. Ilia lima urn! ..l i'..-
;-JT ... ..... v,,,,vull,, ,iWW lur
hoaring objections to said linal account
and for the settlement of said estate.
Dated at Hillsboro, on this 1st day of
Administratrix of'the Mutate of Lyman L.
11 minion, 1 t'ceaseo.
HAflLEY A. ItKOWN.
Attorney for Administratrix,
J. Q. A Young, now Serving mi
the Circuit Court petit jury, is quo
ted as ono of tho survivors nf t1w
Ur. V. A. Ha i Icy
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GOLD t SILVER
OK BRITISH (Old MIIIA AM)
AUS ALL REACHED
No Chance of Cars between
(HA K Kit CITY
Khorlrt Lute In SI'OKANK
ALL HAIL ROUTE to . .
Trail, Rutland, Marcus
Nelson, nnd nil Kontenay
Mining Camps. . .
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