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HILLSBOUO, WASHINGTON COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMRER 27, 1874.
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AOFATAT rOKTLAXD, OW-GOX-L.
Samtki-s.
AGENT AT S VX FRAXflsrO L.r.Fisn-
K rooms 20 & 21, Merchant's Exchange
fiiiirorniii stre-t.
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OFFICE -Tn HilTsboro in th old Court -IIouo
bnild'n; i the Public Sfpuire.
" PTiOl'KSSrONAL CARDS.
, .IOH.V .vitk, y. i.,
Physician and Surgeon.
irii.i:i:()K(), - - - oiiej x.
? Sjrittl ttfh;ftin yirrn l't DKFOUMI-
riKS; mvl IlllOSlC I'JJ.'KllS.
OFFT'E- Main street Tlillslmro, Oregon.
T. A. HAII-KY,3I. I.
Phvsician, Surgeon and Accouclienr-
HIT LS30H0, OEEGON.
Ol FICE nt the DrtiK Stor.
RESIDENCE -Three Plucks South of
Drw- Store. nl:yl
WILSON UOWLI1Y, 31. 1).
riijsifian and Surtrcon,
FOREST GROVE, - - - - CP.Et.OX.
OFFICE--At his Residence, West of
Johnson's Planin'' Mills. n 10 :ly
W. II. SAYLOK, 31. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
FOREST GROVE. - - - - OREGON
OFFICE At ihe Drui Store.
It ESI DENCE--Corncr Second Pdock south
of 'the Drus Store. iu22:ly
Ox. II. Dceuam,
IT. Y. Thompson-.
JUsfrht Allvrnry.
Durham & Thompson,
j tto n n i: rs-AT-L a ir ,
No.,10a First Street,
FOUTLANI), OREfiON.
ALFRED KTNUEY, M. D.,
3E5. Gr DS3 O 10".
OFFICE IN DEKITM'S RITILDINO,
N. AV. corner of First and Washing
ton Streets, Portland, Oregon. nit? ly
C. A. BALL.
EALKICH STOTT.
IIAII & STOTT,
A rTORXKYS - A T - L. A W,
No. P. Dekum's Rlock,
TORTLAND, CREGON
THOMAS H. TONGUE.
Attorney - a t - 1 a w ,
HillslKro, AVashington County, Oregon.
Jf UN CATLIN". E.ILLIN
C.u'lin Si. Killin,
ATTOKXEYti AXD COUXSJJLOli
AT LAW.
Dekum's Rnildin, First Street,
PORTLAND, OREGON.
Business Directory ;
or
wtiik avi i it iz noirss:."
I Lis the largest assortment of First Chias
Dry Goods, MiUinery, Fancy Goods,
Hosiery &.
In rortland. No. 87 First Street,
LKWIS & STKAUS.
THE LAliUEST JEWELiti STOlIE
rORTLANI.
IX
0. . JS-STOZTIIE
rrs.
Dealer In Watches, Diamonds. Jcvchyand :
Silverwr. Ni. lo:i Front Street. I
Soli-Agrnt i
forth(.tI
tl.rate.l !
I)i;miond
Speitacles
A;cnt for
. A'lierican
1 A'atchCo.
- . J i
L.V National
5 AVatchCo.
lio-.v:'rd Watch Co. and Chas. E. Jaccit
AVatches. S th Thomas Clocks.
! tr'V.'atches and Jewelry required and
All orders sent by Express promptly at-;
tended to. Goods sold at one price only.
No plated Jt-welry of any description sold
at this Establishment.
FiiiST-riiANS.
SERVING MACHINES.
soi.j ox a n:;v i-L.vx.in to.."0
sa v
SLsir-!.- EXTIJA ATTACHMENTS for
U 'Au doinS' all kinds .f work, FREE.
M rn"fii( i.ire i"tninrnr if hi 1S73
Mr.. A.J.Drrn:, St.de A-.'Mit
ftr 1. of I!. .has made special
arrangements to supjily imia- 1
hers with those machines.
'The Home M.ti hiiu; 'o' thc .
only one that refesed' tit join j
the sewing liiiieliine rine;. I
Prifts oi all kind of Sewincr ;
Homo
sr.v.i.v,
UACHiKE
LATEST
SIMPLEST
J'.EST.
jMachineNeedles reduced to fo ;
ecnts per dozen. Pi'ic Li.-t, 1
!.,ircu!ars,an.i full pavticniars
r:vA ty") .pli-.-i-i
t;rv. rufA:it i
Home S M. S. AV e(.r Morr
sen V 3d f t.- . l''j-tla!:d, 4 r.
??P.j.LAivD -fciVfcT 37rt ,"5.3,l--i73
Iiartfest M.tnufacjoi v north
. .
CAXDV
I an l rani ;.;co.
A f lill assi v :ui ut of Sm.i rTi vs.
''i.nmcni-ias. If andl s.etc,
"or the lb lidays.
Manuf
u .; .J.Ilv if 11 fi'.I,r..
No. 107. First street.
DEUTHSCS5E: A?C7HEKE.
AVFLL ASS ;i; iED Foie::ii
GERMAN
!aTic.Iomest!cl')n:r,Chcii.ieuIs
land Medicines, at the New
Jrn . Stoi c of
I WILLIAM I'Fl Xf'ki:.
Cormr First end Oak st.I'ort
ApOUlCCary. l ind. Orders from the country
'attcmled to with care and di:
'pateh. O. Pox No. 2b:.
bOOKS
.'HA & (IL
T, th-. t Street.
School Rooks, Plank Rooks,
?.fise. Ha .eouspooks. and a
OK STATION :.y
AT LOWEST L'ATES.
AM)
Stationery.
J. B. FILKINGTON. !
OCl'IlST
I rolt soro!i:r eases ofthetiVe !
indEar inMedicallepartment ;
Cnivesitv of thrt WUIanj- tte. !
Otfuc'Cor. First and Wash- 1
in.i,'ton sts.Makes a specialty of I
of 1 tsejscs of tlieEye Ear,N sc :
ar..Vriiit)at,Cri;ss-eyes straight
ened.Artific'al eyes inserted. '
SjN ct ties nreserihi d for impt r-
AND
ATJF.IST.
Iect visions.
WONEIt
:..NEV
IS KW I i M AC'S! 1 3 i:S
:"t;"Cse the Straight Needle.
or TIIK
l;.r!.v iIil'i, sIi0 kStiteh.liunsLi'.dit,
Mi ri an(1 win docith. rl.i-d.t orlha-
jvyWork without chan-e or
AT TIIK
VIKN'A
Exposition
jjnstmont, K'ini an Improve- I
nientover all Ilih-PricedMa-
ejimes. j
Ruy n Machine until you j
have examinedthe AVILSON
OVER
ALL
The prii e is $'10 tO S20 less
then others. Needles lr al!
Ha,M::; s f ilKAP. Scud
tor
;Cirt ul.ir and Price List.
rnmnoi:trr-c il-VUli. USUI
LompetitcrSj U9 Tilir(l st- p,,rt!and
Or,
Truss and
SPLINT
manufactory
V. WA.UNKKUOJS
Manufaetuerer and Dealer in
C2 "Lit; 1 3C y
Surgical. 1 ntal Instnunen
No. 1:51 FIRST STREET.
LEATHER
AM
SHOE
FINDINGS.
J.A .STUOWllIUDCE
Direct importer and d aler in
Leather & Shoe FindiRcjs.
No. 141 FRONT STREET.
JOHN A- BECK,
Watchmakerj j
No. lOo Fkoxt Stukkt,
AND
Social attention Kiven to Re-
paring Matches ( locks find
Jewelry. Ordershy Mail or ex-1
JEWEI -EE-
press promptly attend! to.
ESTEY
ORGANS.
A It 1 OX
PIANOS.
' A. F. S3IITII & Co.
Importers and general dealers
in ORGANS & PIANON.
j Gfneral Agents for tho Rs
Try Organs and Ar.iox Piano
AVarcrooms 10-" Front Rtree
I PORTLAND.
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
Hubs. Spokes,, Rims, 0.ik. Ash
&
NORTIIRUP
Portland
TIIOJPSON.
- - Oregon.
AMiolesnlc and Retail Dealers in Doors.Sasl
and Blinds, also German, French
and American
W I N 1) O W G LASS
Crystal sheet, Enameled, Stained and Cut
Glass, Glazing done to order at Nan F au
cisc o prU-es.and satisfaction guaranteed.
i6 Fruut street Portland - - - Oreiruii
wherethereal praise belongs
The claim recently put forward
j that the Republican party is the on
ly party in the history of the coun
try which has had vigor and con
science enough to punish its own
rogues,;, i.s only true in a sense which
reflects seriously upon those who
'"i'"J lw lwu matuw
ery of the Republican party it will
be found that far from punishing its
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ngues, u takes tiiem to its bosom,
1 ll - , . . , -w
migs inem, ami exalts tnem. it was
T,o inn,lMnw. bui. H.. !
forth the order that everybody
J
i
ha.' a seat in the present Congress
Democrat as well as Rcj ublican
should be re-elected. It was the
machinery which nominated Poland
in Vermont, Garfield and Parsons in
'Ohio Tinflpv in APww1mnf a -.l
j U1UO UUUei 111 l-latIlUse,t3, ailtl
; salary-crrabbers and Credit-Afobilier-
ites in other places. The machinery
; luis brought out the loud-sounding
Kelley in Pennsylvania. The ma
chinery is for Matt Carpenter in Wis
consin. The machinery support
Kellogg in Louisiana and Chamber
lain, the former "pal" of Moses, the
"Robber Governor," in South Caro
lina. Rut not only does the machi
nery support the bail, but it punishes
the good. It defeated Will.ird for
the nomination in Vermont, because
he had the ncrvo to oppose the sala-
, , , , , r,
v'-gi-ab and to denounce the Credit
Mobilier. It ha-j accepted Walter
I' helps in ew Jersey, who has not
Jlinched in ooposing misrule, because
. , , , . ,7 . .
it cannot help itself but it tried to
beat him.
If we examine into the machinery
wo will find that it is principally
composed of the ofHee-holdiiig class,
i Kepublican America has to-day m re
, civil servants than the grandest em
pire of them all. It has more office
: holders than Germany or Russia. Wo
' are far ahead of England. The full
: strength of the bread and butter
army is said to bo S' 1,000 against
i)o,owu in j-mgiami ami o.,utu in
' '
(!crm. any.
Ihcse are thomachiucrv
for the most part. And that machinery
' has neither a conscience nor a soul.
, If it is amazed at anything it is the
; audacity of the people in daring to
inqniro into its actions. If the Re
I publican party is to be judged by its
machinerv it would f.-ivo lullv in rhr
eves of the world. Rut bad Rc,ml- 1
licans havo been pun shed. Poland, !
the author of the gag-la has been !
. i i , , -n j , !
beaten in Vermont; the majority of
Garfield has boon reduced from 11,-
vvv to .J,;oo; l'arsons, who was
a
1 l i iriii
lesser criminal, was defeated; Ren
I Rutler is in danger; Kelley is not j
j yet elected. Of tho thirty-six mem- !
bers of tho Forty-second Congress
who returned their backpay, nine
have been re-elected; of tho two
hundred and seven who kept their
back-pay, only one so far has been
returned. Rut these results have in
every instance been accomplished by j
Republicans acting in opposition to j
and outside of the Republican part-, j
All this simply proves that while j
the machincrj of the party has be
come rotten and corrupt tho masses
ot the Republicans arc unaffected.
They have punished Republican
rogues in defiance of the party or
ganization. Tho argument, there-
i
j fore, is one that cannot be used with
an7 degree of propriety bv tho partv !
hacks. It is, on the contrary, the j
argument of all arguments which
tbcj siicuitl avoiJ because it con-
. .
tains their condemnation. S. V.
Nkvada IKTTi:n Wc take the fol-
lowing items of news from a lctter
which wo have just received from J.
G. Martin who used to go to school
at the Grove but is now soldiering it
in the inhospitable wastes ofNevada.
Ho says that it began snowing at
Camp Halleck where ho is garrison
ed on the 25th of October. He says
that the Order of Patrons of Hus-
baudry is almost unknown thore but j
thinks that if they were nioro nu
merous and there woro fewer whisky
shops the Stale would be more pros
perous; and wc coincide with Jos
eph in his remarks.
THE FIRST THOUSAND DOLLARS.
The first thousand dollars that a
young man, after going out into the
world to act for himself, earns and
save3 will generally settle the ques
tion of business life for him. There
may be exceptions to this statement:
yet, for a rule we think that it will
hold true. The first condition is
that the young man actually earns
the thousand dollars in question. lie
does not iuherit this sum. It does
not come to him by a streak of good
te lesuu oi a lortuuato
m
venture in tue purcjiase aim siuo oi
a hundred, shares of of stock. It is viwy to una n party auic to re
thc fruit of personal industry. He j tonn ltH faults andx accomplish all
gives his time and his labor for it. i tI,at lllc Republicans have been
While he is thus earning and saving ' charged with neglecting. Williams
it, he must earn two or three or per- j lms Ilot lmu"Jl txitlx in t,ic fdility of
haps four times as much to pay his ' tljc clnocratic party to satisfy ,tho
current expenses. Ho is consequent- ! Pcorlc tho great cpiestions of the
ly held stendy to the task of indus- j lay which the Republicans have
try for a considerable period. The j handled but failed to settle. The
direct consequence to him is steady, j democrats in the next Congress, ho
continuous, and solid discipline in i Relieves, will avow their principles
the habits of industry in patient,
persistent, forecasting and self-denying
effort, breaking up all the ten
dencies to indolence and frivolitv.
and making him an earnest and
wfr.tchful economist of time. He not
only learns how to work, but ho al
so acquires the love of work; more-
over he learns the value of the
sum
his
which hd has thus saved out of
earnings. He has toiled for it;
he
has thus observed its kIow increase
from time to time; and in his esti
mate it represents so many months ;
or years of practical labor. His
ideas of life are shaped by his own
experience. These natural efforts ' cial to tlie Ki enhuj J'ost from Wash
of earning the first thousand dollars ; ington avyn that the President, in a
wo hold tut be very lflrge benefits, j conversation with several pei-sons
They are just the qualities of mind w have called upon him during
and body which are most likely to the present week.has expressed him
secure business success in after Kt'U quite unreservedly in regard to
yenrs. They constitute the best ! tho political situation and tho cans
practical education which man can on which led to the recent Republi
havo as a worker in this world. Thcv i ca defeat. He maintains that his
are gained in season for life's pur- j Administration has nothhig to do
,-wt.- of il.n -..k ,.iw '
1 . . ? . ' . . !
! wnen tney are wanted, when loolish
notions are most likely to mislead
I an inexperienced brain, and w!:en,
j too, there is a full opportunity for
expansion and development in later
years. Men have but one life to
live; and hence, they start from
lcninS od
but once. And
1. 11 . ..I L Jl.
"u,lu "lu
VV they havei n view, and the
the manner in whic
j habits they form, will ordinarily de-
j tcrmine tlie entire sequel to their
career on earth. To succeed, men
ii ito i. nail; uiuiiicii trt oi success
.
t msclvca. One great reason w
thc are so ,nan useless intmci
must have elements of success in
hy -
inefficient ;
and poverty-stricken men on earth ,
(or, rather, bovs seeming to be men) !
consists in the himnln fW hnr tl.ov !
did not start right. A prominent
reason why the children of the rich
too frequently amount to nothing
may bo found in tho luxury, case
and indolenco which marked the
commencement of their lives. It is
the law of God that wo should bo
workers on earth; and no ono so
well consults the best development
of his being as when he conforms
his practice to this law. The work
ers in some suitable sphere are the
only really strong men in the world.
A Raker City letter to tho State
mmi Rays: Rc vallcv. in that coun-
county.isust now the exciting point ;
among the peorde. rich strikes have i
lately been made. Green's Discov
ery, at water level , actually assayed
$10,000 to 3.3,000 silver to tho ton.
Complete and extensive reducing
wrks are now in course of erection
on this and other mines in the dis
trict, which will all bo in working '
order in the spring. Workmen will
bo engaged underground all winter j
in getting out ore from the mine. !
Many and interesting discoveries
are being made dailv. tnospec tors '
I bein
. . .
mountain of gvpsuni has lately been
found, which, after being tested by
competent hands, is pronounced
erpia! to the best imported plaster of
paris. Rye valley bids fair tobecomo
the El Dorado of tho west.
PRESIDENT GRANT AND ATTORNEY
GENERAL WILLIAMS ON THE RE
CENT ELECTIONS.
Chicago, November 13. A "Wash
ington special to the 'Inlcr-Orran&nyti
Attorney General Williams, in con
versation to-dav, savshe believes the
Xolitical sentiment of the Republi
cans ha3 not undergone any perma
nent change. There was great dis
satisfaction at some measures of the
Republican party, and that was de
veloped at the recent election. It is
an easy thing.ho thinks, to find fault
, 111 f I i I lift If IfMlliliitAii 1 1 , 4
ivi mmk
i an1 taJi thcir 'Aixml on a!1 tUc lc'm
ing issues of the day, and he believes
that when the party's position comes
to be defined it will fall by it. He
has no idea that the Democrats can
satisfy the country on these nubjects
any better than thcRcpublicans havo
done. Grant, he says, feels cheerful
over the defeat. The Attorney Gen
cralj in speaking of the third term
agitation, says he has always be
lieved the discussion to bo mere
moonshine; that it was nothing more
than clap-trap, gotten up for effect
on the recent election.
Nr.w Youk, November 12 A spe-
with if rttul fli'it llio Tlrnirksri4 1
n . i . A
buccusscs aio iiiiccuy iiuc to loose
: ai)d bad legislation by Congress, the
j failure of Congress to mature bills
: illlx would have given permanent re-
j lief to the country, to local troubles
m several States over which his Ad
ministration could possibly have no
control, and renonn'nation of bad
candidates. He believes tho party
will endeavor to purify itself, and
! tli.it the Republicans in Congress in
j lc coming session will walkcircum-
: "pectly and not forget what is due
! to the great party which elevated
them to power, and confidence will
ngaiu he restored to the minds ot
tu0 people, and the party two years
hence will be given a new leaso of
life. Grant does not seem disheart-
ened at the election defeat, but is
firmer than ever in adhering to the
policy which he has laid down ia his
annual messages.
The Watch on the Nile.
A Cario correspondent writes, un
der a recent date :
A visit to the Nile et tho present
moment, well repays tho trouble and
inconvenience of a few hours jour
neying through the dust and heat,
and during the last ten days, ex
cursion to Kafr-Zelat, Damietta and
other places, have been very fro-
Pent. Thousands of falahccn (peas
ftnts) are constantly employed watch
ing the river, heaping up earth and
stones on the embankments, and
strengthening tho weak points, as
they appear, against an over-flow
and inundation. At night, the
whole length of the river below Cai-
10 is illuminated by muutncrablo
"atch fiies tUat throw an uncertain
liZhl on tho swarthy, half naked
multitudes that lino its banks, wjiile
the cries of the soldiery.as they urge
uul"".c
taskmasters of ancient times min
gled with the sound of rushing wa
ters, complete a spectacle that once
seen can never bo forgotten;-and the
knowledgo that tho fato of thous
ands depends upon tho struggle go
ing on adds a solemnity to the scene
that must bo witnessed to bo aprcci-atcd
TELEGRAPHIC!
New Yoiik, Nov. 12. California
shippers rcjoico at tho Pacific lUiJ'a
pcrmpory rejection ot tho railroad'
demands to havo conferred on tba
latter absolute power to dctermino
tho rates of freight and passage b
tween New York and SaurFrancicot
which would bo practically to aband
on tho Isthmus route. Tho old Chi
na and Japan route, to which Hunt
ington proposes to return, wan $100
per short ton, of which the fcteamcrx
took $25 only. Tho story told by
railroad freight ogentu that a largo
quantify of freight for San Francisco
is lying on tho Isthmus in untrue.
The last steamer thenco took ivery
pound. Tho City of Tokio bails for
New York to-day with 1,900 ton,
lcing all coming this way.
Ni:w OuixAxs, Nov. 12. A- ape
ciaHo the Galveston Xrir says Mex
icans arc raiding into Texas, robbing
stoics and farmers of goods and
stock.
Ni:w Yoke, Nov. 13. Tho Jhtihj
Jhtlh'ui publishes a review of tho
j British wheat crop, based chiefly on
extinmtcs of Thos. C. Scott, of Lon
don, to show that tho crop is up to
the standard average of :J0 biihheln
per acre; that tho prospects of tho
next crop nro very fine; that oxtcn
teusivo clover ami turnip failures
this year havo caused tho sowing of
an unusually largo area in wheat
probably four million acres, ami
consequently that the future Rritish
market for tho new crop promises
nothing better than at present.
Hemavi:, November 13. Troops
are in hot pursuit of retreating Car
lists and aro burning tho houses
of Carlists sympathizers. Thrco
hundred have already been destroy
ed. Hkxdavk, Nov. 19. Avjgorous
cannonade from San Marcial again
drove the Carlists from tho vicinity
of Iruu.
L.vtkh Tlie Carlists havo agajn
occupied positions around Irnn,
They have retaken Oyarzin and cut
tho railway and wagon road.to San
Sebastian.
London, Nov. 19. A AVttvi cor
respondent at Hcndayo reports that
tho storm has abated and thoRepub.
lican troops aro again in motion.
Prince Alfonso, after a short bo
journ in France, has returned to tho
Carlists headquarters in Spain.
Aden, Nov. 19. Thrco Kgyption
men-of-war aro blockading tho sea
port of Rerbira, Africa, and prevent
ing tho shipment of merchandise to
this port. A British gunboat has
beeri dispatched to tho blockaded
port.
Vktoma, Nov. 20. At an election
just held in Lillooet District, B. C
eight Chinamen voted tho opposi
tion ticket, and tho success of tho
opposition candidates for tho 1-rcai
House was thereby secured. Tho
election will, however, bo contested
by tho other party.although tho Chi
namen wcro naturalized British Htib
jects, and duly registered rotors of
the District.
Los. Axi:li:h, Nov. 20. Rainfall
amounts to nearly ono and a half
inches nnd tho "reports from tho
country are that it will do a gTcat
deal of good. Weather clear to
night. Tho farmers j havo com
menced plowing.
Sx Fiuxcisco, Nov. 0. Green'-'
backs 90Q.)0:J. (
Weather clear and cold, with hea
vy frost this morning.
The shoriuV and clerks' feo bill,
when in force, will rcduco tho ex
penses of Yamhill Co. over $1,800
per annum.
Over 30,000 pcopl e witnessed tho
great running raco on Nov. 11th at
the Bay District Fair Grounds, Cali
nia. Tho real contest was between
Katie Pease and Tliad, Stevens, tho
former winning in two straight heats.
Time 7:11, 7;U0r