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HILLSBOKO, WASHINGTON COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1874.
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AGFA TAT TORTLAXD, OKEGON-L.
AGENT AT SAN FRANCISCO L.P.Fisii
ik, rooms 20 Sc 21,Merchant'sExthange
AGENTS AT NEW YORK CITY-S. M.
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Rekman ht.-GEo. P. Rowkll & Co.,
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the namo and address of the writer -not
necessarily for publication, but as a
guaranty of ajooVl faith.
OFFICE In Hillsboro in the old Court -
llouso building on the Public Square.
" PROFESSION Al7" CARDS.
JOHN VITE, M. D..
Physician and Surgeon-
iiiLLsnouo, - - okek .
XSptrlnX atirulion ijU rn to DEI OHM."
TIKS; l VJIHOSIC ULCEUS.
OFFICE Main strc Hillsboro, Oregon.
F. A. HAIEEY,l1
Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur.
OFFICE at the Drug Stor.
RESIDENCE Threo Works South of
Druu Store. nl:yl
WILSON HOWL BY, M. J.
Physicim nnd Surgeon,
FOREST iU0VE, ... - CKF.i0N.
OFFICE--At his Residence, West of
Johnson's Pinning Mills. n4'J:ty
W. II. SAYLOU, M. L.,
Physician and Surgeon.
FOREST GROVE, - - - - OREGON
OFFICE At ih Drug Store.
R ESIDENCE Corner Second Block smith
ftf tli Drug Store. iu22:ly
Oit II. DcBnAV,
II. Y". Tuompsox.
Durham & Thompson!
ATTORN E YS-AT-L A V ,
No. 100 First Street,
ALFRED KINNEY, H. D.,
OFFICE IN DEKUM'S BUILDING,
N. W. corner of First and Washing
ton iStreeU, Portland, Oregon. n37 ly
C, . BALL.
BALL & STOTT,
A rTOKK YS-AT-L A W,
No. 6 Dekum's Block,
THOMAS H. TONGUE.
Attorney -at -Law,
' Hilbboro, Washington County, Oregon.
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r nx CAtxrx. b. kiixin
Catlin if. Killin,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELOR
Dekum's Building, First Street,
"THE WHITE HOUSE "
Has the largest assortment of First Class
Dry Goods, Millinery, Fancy Goods,
In Portland. No. 87 First Street,
LEWIS & STRAUS.
THE LARGEST JEWELRY STORE IN
Dealer In Watches, Diamonds, Jcwclryand
Silverware. No. 103 Front Street.
?2 i2 Watch Co.
Howard Watch Co. ami Chas. E. Jaeot
Watches. Seth Thomas Clocks.
r-Watchcs and Jewelry repaired and
All orders sent by Express promptly at
tended to. Goods sold at one irice old v.
! No plated Jewelry of any description sold
! at this Establishment.
SOLD ON A NKW ri.AN.25 TO$50
T j vH -f'EX lit A A ITACJ13IKNTS for
Idoiiw all kinds of work.FREE.
M'inufiH-ture t'onttneicrtl iu H'3
Over 80,000 in f.
Ma. A.J.Duitr, State Agent
for I. f II. .has made special
arrangements to supply meni-
l.ers with th so niachuus.
"The Home Maehino Co"tlj
only one th it refused to join
the sewing machine ring.
Prices ol all kind of Sewing
MachincNcedleh reluced to 60
cents per doen. Price List,
1 '?vmil:iri mill fnll t;rtJrntfrc
liLST. Ucnt to any adilrrFs onapjlica-
tion. GEO. W. TKAVKR,
IlomeS. M.,S. W. cor. Morr
son & 3d stu. Portland, Or.
TV0 FIRST PHKMir3IS
PORTLAND e;tXto Xii,i3
I Largest Manufactory north
of San FraneiM-o.
C AXI 'Afull assortment of SugarTovs,
j Cornucopias, H'RX('andles,etc,
(for the Holidays.
No. 107. First street.
Gix.UArI inncDomesticDru.Chemi -nls
and Medicines, at the New
Dm p Store of
MIL 1. 1 A .V PJ'UXDEi:.
Corner First nnd Oak st.l'ort-
ApOtheCary. lnjid. Ord' rs from the country t
attended to with care and du
Ipateh. 7. O. Box No. 21S.
Books J.K.fi!Ui & CO.,
., r irst ireei.
School Books, Blank Books,
Miso lIur.eousDooks. and a
XT5 V?i.X3. 31aiX3LO
Stationery. at lowest rates.
Fnivesity of the Willamttr
Office. Cor. Fiit and Wash
ington sts. Makes a specialty of
of Diseases of theEve Ear.Nose
andThroat, Cross-eyes straight
ened. Artificial eves inserted
Spectah s prescribed for imper
. . NEW. .
S K W I X i M ' 1 1 1 X KS
ri?' Use the Straight Needle.
and w ill do eitlu rLight orHea
vvWork without change or ad
justment, being an Improvc-
Buy no Machine until you
have examinedthe WILSON
The irieo is 10 to S20 less
then others. Needles for all
'Machines CIIEAl. Send for
Circular nnd Price List.
A VAIL, Gen'l Ac t,
110 Third St. Portland Or,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Surgical Dental Instrumen
No. 131 FIRST STREET
J. A .STKOWimiDGE
Direct importer and dealer in
Leather & Shoe Findings.
No. 141 FRO NT STREET, i
I JOHN A. BECK.
Watchmaker Formerly with W. Beck A Son.
WATCHMAKER J E W ELER
No. U)t Front Stkekt,
Special attention given to Re.
paring Watches Clocks and
JEWELRE.iJewelry Ordersby Mail or ex
i press promptly attended to.
KSTKY ! A. F. SMITH A. Co.
Importers nnd general dealers
ORGANS, in OIUJANS & PIANON.
j General Agents for the Es
A R I Oy Trr Organs and Abton Piano
;Warefoonis 10. Vont Rtree
PIANOS, i PORTLAND.
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL.
Hubs. Spokes., Rims, 0" It. Ash &
NORTHRUP & TIIOJPSON.
Portland - -- -- -- - Oregon.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Donrs.Sash
and Blinds, also German, French
W INDOW GLASS
Crystal sheet, Enameled, Stained and Cut
Glass, Glazing done to order at Sun Fan
eiseo prjces.and satisfaction guaranteed.
56 Front street Portland - - - Oregon
THE VOICE AND THE TEAK.
HY ALFRED TEHNTE0JC.
The yoiee and the peak
Far over summit and lawn.
The. lone glow and lor.o roar,
Green rushing from tho rosy thrones of
All night have I heard the tho voico
Rave over the rocky bar;
Bui thou wort silent in heaven
Above thee glided tho star.
Hast thott no yoiee, oh, peak.
That ntandcth high abave all?
"I am the voice of the peak,
I roar and rave for I fall."
A thousand voices go
To north, south, east and west ;
They leave the heights and are troub!c J,
And moan and sink to their rest.
The field are fair Inside them.
The chestnut tr,vr rs iz. his bloom;
But ihey they feel the desire of th deep
F;dl and follow iliei. doom.
The deep Las power on the height,
Ana the height ius power on tho Jeop;
They ure raised for ever and ever.
And sink again into sleep.
Not raised for ever and ever.
But whm their cyclers o'er,
Tho valley, the voice, the peak, the star
Pass and are found no more.
The peak is high, and flush 'd
At his highest wilh sunrise tiro;
The peak i.: high, and the stars are high,
And the thought of a mau is higher.
A voice IkIow the voice.
And ft height leyond tho height;
Our hearing is not hearing.
And our seeing is not flight.
The voice of the peak,
Far into the heavtn withdrawn;
The lone glow and Iougroar,
Green rushing from the rosy thrones of
A MATRIMONIAL LECTURE.
After having been married some
weeks, it enmo into tho head of a
young husband iu this city, one
Sunday, when hs had but littlo to
occupy his mind, to tsuygest to hi;
wife that they should plainly find
honeHtlv state the faults that each
had discovered in tho other sinco
they had been man end wife. After
some hesitation tho wife agreed to tho
proposition, but stipulated that tho
rehersal should be made iu all nin
cer'ty and with an honest view to
the bettering of each other, as oth
erwise it would bo of no use to
r'age had opened their eves. The
husband was of tho samo mind, and
hiH wife asked him
to beiu with
her faults. lie was Fomewhat re
luctant, but his wife insisted that
ho was the first to propose tho mat
ter, and as he was at the head of
tho house it was his place to take
the lead. Thus urged, he began the
recital. He said:
"My dear, one of tho first faults I
observed in you after we began keep
ing house was that you a good deal
neglected the tinware. You didn't
keep it scoured as bright as it should
bo. My mother always took great
pride in her tinware and kept it as
bright as a dollar."
l am glad that you havo men
tioned it, dear," said tho wife.blush
inga littlo; "hereafter you shall see
no speck on cup or pau. Pray pro
ceed. 'T ' (
I have often observed," srad the
husband, "that you often use your
dish-rags a long time without wash
ing them, and then finally throw
them away. Now, when at home I
remember that my mother always
used to wash out her dish-rags when
she was done using them, and then
hang them up where they would dry
ready for the next time sho would
Blushing as before, tho young
wife promised to amend this fault.
The husband continued with a
most formidable list of similar faults
many more than we havo space to
enumerate, when he declared that
he could think of nothing more that
was worthy of mention .
"Now said he, "my dear, you
begin and tell me all the faults you
have observed in me since wo have
The young housewife sat in si
lence; her face flushed to the tem
ples, and a great lump camo in her
throat, which sho seemed to be
striving hard to swallow.
"Prcosd, my dear; tell mo all the
faults you have observed in me,
sparing none V
Arising suddenly from her seat,
the little wife burst into tears, and
throwing both arms about her hus
"Myjdear husband, you havo not
a fault in the world. If you have
even'one, my eyeaj havo been so
blinded by my love for you that as
long as wo have bosn married I have
never once observed it. In rnv exes
you are perfect, and r.U thr.t you do
seems to me to be done in the best
manner and ju t what ehould be
"But, my dear," said the husband,
his face reddening nnd his voice
growing husky rzith emotion, "just
think ; I have gone p.nd found r.ll
manner of fault with you. Now do
tell ms some of my faults; I know I
have many ten times as many as
you ever had or everjwillfchave. Let
mo hear them."
"Indeed, husband, itisjas I tell
you; you have net a singlo fault th it
I can sec. "Whatever you do seem?
right in my eyes; and now that -I
know what a good-for-nothing little
wretch I am, I sLMl at once begin
the work o? reform and try to make
myself more worthy of you."
"Nous n e, my dep.r, you krorr
sometimes I go away and lcavo yoi
without any wood cut; If;:pcad my
money for drinki and cigars when I
ought to bring it'homc to you; I "
"Xo, you don't" crie l his wifo;
"von do nothing of the kind. I like
to fO) you enjoy yourself; I should
bo unhappy were you to do otherwise
than just exactly as you do!"
"(icd bless vou Jittlo wife!" cried
the now thoroughly subjugated hus
band; "from this moment you have
net a fault ia tho world! Indeed you
never had a fault: I was but joking
don't remember a word I said!"
and he kissed away the tears that
still trembled in tho littlo w6man's
Never ng.un did the husband scru
tin'zo tho tinware nor examino the
dish-rag never r.o much as mention
one of the faults ho had enumerated;
but soon after tho neighbor women
were wont to say:
"It is wonderful hovr neat Mrs.
keeps everything alout Iter house.
Her tinware is always bright as a
new dollar; and I do believe she not
only washes but eiren irons her
dish-rags!" And the neighbor men
were heard to say : "What a steady
fellow M has got to be of late; ho
don't spend a dime where he used to
spend dollars, and can never be kept
from home half an hour when ho is
not at work. He seems almost to
worship that wife of his." Tho Vir
ginia City Enterprise.
NATIONAL THANKSGIVING PROCLA
MATION. Washington, Oct.29. The Pres
ident has issued tho following proc
lamation: By the President of the United
Stales of America A Proclamation.
Reminded bv the changing seasons
that it is time to pause
in our daily avocations and offer
thanks to Almighty God for the !
mercies and abundance of the vear i
l t ; x -1 ii. I
vnmcii is uruwuig vo a ciosu; iue
blessings of a free government con
tinue to be vouchsafed to us, the
earth has responded to the labor of
he husbandman, the land has been
free from pestilence, internal order is
maintained, and pcaco with other
Powers has prevailed. It is fitting
at stated periods we should cease ;
from from our accustorned pursuits
and from the turmoil of our daily
lives, and unite in thankfulness for
the blessings of the past and tho
cultivation of kindly feelings toward
each other. Now, therefore, recog
nizing these considerations. I, U.
S. Grant, President of the United
States, do recommend to all citizens
to assemble in their respective pla
cos of worship on Thursday tthe 2Gtb
day of November next, nnd express
their thanks for tho mercy and favor
of tho Almighty God, and, laying
aside all political contentions and
all secular occupations, to observe
such day as a day of thanksgiving
U. S. GRANT, Presidint.
Hamilton Fisn, Secro tary of State
HOW TO PROPOSE.
Don't lo to sudden about it.Many
a girl has said "no" wheu ho mcnt
"yes," simply because her lover
didn't chooso tho right time and pop
the question gentlp.
Take a dark night for it. nave the
blinds closed, the curtains down and
the lamp turned most out. Sit
near enough to h?r so that you can
hook yen little finger into hers. Wait
u'itil convcr-ir.tion begins to flag,ar.d
then quietly remark:
"Susio, I want to ask you some
thing." Sho will fidget around a littlo, re
ply "yes," and aftor a pause you can
"Susie, my actions must have
shown that is, you must have seen
I mean you must be awaro that
Pause here for a while, but keep
your little fingers firmly locked. Site
may cough and try to turn the sub
ject oft" by asking you how you liked
the circus, but she only does it to
encourage you. After about ten
minutes you can continue:
"I was thinking, as I camo up tho
path to-night, that before I went
away, I would ask you that is, I
would broach the subject nearest my
- I mean I would know my"
Stop again and give her hand a
gentle squeeze. Sho may give a yank
to get it away or sho may not. In
cither case it argurs well for you.
Wait alout five minutes and then
go on :
"The past year has been a very
happy one to me. But I hope that
future years will still bo happier.
However, that depends entirely on
you. I am here to-night to know
that is, to ask, you I mean I am
here to-night to hear from your own
sweet lips tho ono sweet "
Wait again. It isn't best to bo to
rash about such things. Givo her
plenty of timo to recover her com
posure, aud then put your hand on
your heart and continue:
"Yes I thought as I was coming
through tho gate to-night, how hap
py I had been, aud said to myself
that if I only knew you would con
sent to be my that ia.Isaid if I on
ly know if I was only certain that
my heart had not deceived me and
you wore ready to share "
Hold on there's no hury about it.
Give tho wind a chanco to sob anil
moan around tho gables. This will
make her lonesomo and call up all
the love in hor heart. When sho be
gins to cough and grow restless, you
can go on:
"Before I mot you, thi world
was a desert to me. I didn't take
any pleasure in going blackberrying
and stealing rare-i ipo peaches, and it
didn't matter whether tho sun shone
or not. But what a change in one
short year! It is for you to say
whether my future shall bo a prairie
of happiness or a summer fallow of
Canada thistles. Speakj dearest,
Susie, and say and say that
Give her five minutes moro by the
clock and then add:
"That you will be that is that
you will Imcalrthat you will be
Sho will heave a sigh, look up at
the clock and over the stove, and
then as sho slides her headovcr'our
vest pocket she will whisper:
"You are just right I will." M.
The Helena (MontanaKo-ymfr'jf
says: "Tho Trapper quartz district
gives promise of being tho best in
Montana. At present the indica
tions are that several of tho lodes
will prove permanent, and that mil
lions of money will find ita way !
down Willow Creek."
Butter37 cents per pound in Cor
vallifl. Albany claims to bo growing faster
than any other town in tho Stat
Tho Albany Register says: "Wheat
commands 50V cents in thii markot.
Sales few and far betweon at thU
The Record says tho riycr at , H t
lom on last Wednesday. night hid
risen two feet and was coming up nt
tho rato of half an inch per hour.
It is reported that money is bei
raised fn San Francisco to lniild a
large flouring mill at Astoria.
Tho Willamette Woolen Mawu
factuiing Company shipped about
$15,(X)0 worth of goods inOctblier to
Portland nnd San Fr-nciscb.
Tho Methodist Church at Oroou
City has been repaired and ' loo
very neat. Tho Kpiscopal Chmvu
at the same placo is now about coru
pitted, nnd also presents a hauds6uio
Lot Oregon hive a railroad con
nection with the East and sho w ill
have a population of t500,000 peoplo
in 1880. So writes an Iowa corrj-
pondent to tho Rn ordi
The Thirteenth Lighthouso Di.
trict.cmbracing nil that region north
of tho California line, has been . es
tablished liy tho Lighthouso Board
at Washington, with Hon. oW. 1.
Hare nominating Superintendent,
headquarters at Astoria.
A charivari party in Yamhill
county came-out second best in a
contest with tho "old man." tho oth
er night, when ho denied that .thy
had any right to deface his resident
by rakiug the paint oH with stick..
Ho clubbed tho ringleader with, a
Euokxk, Not.' C Sol. Kuhn, resi
dent of this place, and dealer in fan
cy goods and tobacco, committed
suicide last night by cutting his
throat. Ho had been complaining
of feeling unwell and evidently com
mitted tho deed whilo out of bis
Articles of incorporation were filed
at the Secretary of Stato's oflico last
Tuesday for tho Columbia Kivor rm
provemeut Company, with U. B.
Scott, A. C. Kinney, L.B. Seely.and
A. B. Atwater as incorporators, Tho
object of tho Company is to build a
canal and locks, with nccansary
buildings, fixtures and appurtenan
ces, on tho Oregon sid"o of tho Cas
cade falls, in tho Columbia rivor.
Tho principal oflico will bo located in
Portland, tho capital stock being
$250,000, divided into 2,500 shared
During tho past few days tlio di
rectors and stockholders of theNorth
west Storage, Commission - and
Warehouse Company havo been in
session at theClarcndon Hotel. Thero
was a largo attendance, a majority
of all the stock being represented.
Ono of tho principal subjects dis
cussed at tho meeting was the 'expo
diency of increasing tho capital
stock of tho "company, so as to en
largo tho business and augment iU
operations and general efficiency.
Tho Exccutivo Committee of -tho
S)ato Grango has been in session in
this city, with Daniel Clark air Mns
er and Chairman presiding. This
meeting was held in conjunction
with the Directors and stock hold era
of tho above mentioned company.
The object was for mutual consul trv-'
tion and advice in relation to . pro
moting the futercsting of tho Ord
throughout tho State, and dovisin
as to the future course of the same.
A very harmonious nnd 1 profltablo
meeting was held. Oregrmian.
Mk. W. A.. Wheeler who founded
the Forest Grove Independent , had
his new jptfpcrs office , at, SanU
Rosa California burned . down with
nearly all tho matorial a fewweek?!
ago. Wheeler is an enerpeticyoung
man and will resume the I publica
tion of his paper tho Santa llosa
Pre, shortly. Wo wish him success