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HII.LSBORO. WASHINGTON COUNTY. ORF.GON, FRIDAY," SEPTEMBER 1, 1KU3.
Governor . . . .
hecreiary of Stale
8 apt. Public Instruction
Btate Print.! ...
Bnpreaie Court j ... . ...
JaJit Fifth District . .
Attorney Fifth District .
Nyl Ktr peunov.r
. Un W. BlorJride
.. E. B. MoKlroy
. Frank C Baker
W. . Lord
K b. Bean
... t. A. Moor.
...T. A. Mohrtde
B1IBSTT, L. I. ADtUI
BA BRETT ADAMS,
yl TORNE YS-AT-LA W,
HILLS BOKO, OUEOON.
Owes: Central Blook, Rootai C and 7.
' DR. ARNOLD'S
count r officers.
hhurirf . .
Coroner.. .. ... .
. D. b. Raonef
T. Q. Todd
. It. P. Ford
T. H. Weathered
. . Wo. Poiata
. 1. E. Deichiaaa
J. H. Blank. y
s. B. oi'stox,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Orrtrc I Room No . Cnloa Block.
THOMAS H. TOXGUE,
:.v:w. b. w5S3 ttorney-at-law,
lUwird of Trust
Justices of I'mih
I J. D. Menyiuau, I'rssl
i . i. tiara
l N. A. Barrett
I Win. Pointer I
I Geo. Wilooal
..... Vf. Pat'erson
Thos. Km rick
I ... .... Wm. MetJoillsn
j J. I. Knight
- HILLRROKO, OREGON.
Of rn'ii Morgan Blook.
POST OFFICE INFORMATION.
Tue mails oloaa at tba HilUboro Post
iilenooe, Wml Union, Bethany and Cedar
Mill, at 11:) a. id.
Il.iiiio Month. HJ)J a m.
Going to Portland and way-offioes, 6:U a.
m. and 4 D. m.
For Fsrmington and Laurel. Wednesdays
and Saturdays at IU:U0 a. ui.
Agent for Bar Look True Writer.
door north uf Postollloe.
OKKOON CITY LAND OFFICE.
J . T. Appera n Register
i'eter l'unet Kooeuer
C. E. klXUT,
ItooM i No. a. lnrtland Havinir Bank
BuildioK, Heeond aud WabinKtun htreeta.
CIlfHCH AND BOC1ETY NOTICES.
A. V. and A. M.
rilf!AI.ITY LODOK NO, 0, A. Y. A A. al.i
1 mtieta every Halorday niKlit on or after
full uiojb of each montn.
Jia. A. laana, Muter.
B. CaHDiLU Heo'y.
k. r i'.
iKrvi i.nnnic. NO. 84. K. OF I
I ,,t. in I Id J Fellowa' Hall on Monday
na of eaab week, nujoarnwg Dretnren i t,, i i'f
iiued to lodge meetiniri. WJ
FOB EST GROVE, OREGON.
THOM. I). III.HPHREiS.
AiiMTKAirrivri in.' titi.rm.
Lenl papera drawn and Loana on Beal
Eatate noitiated. Baeint'aa attended to
with prorujitnrna aud diapatcb.
Ornct: Main Hf reet, oppoaite the Court
far Nexaeheld Uae.
THE BEST REMEDY . .
for Duma, rul.l uunl. Surt-e,
Bruie, Eruption, if.
THE (aKEATEST KEUtr
For all inllaiu motor? and Irriiuiinjj
AKectiona of the rlrh and !kln.
OBKAtON AilCXCY :
litdicktcttt rv the crowd U (utug.
kU iio (he ftetlo uf
ORnOON KIDNLiY TEA
lotlkftte It lncrriit Puiu1rity.
NO OTHER REMEDY
Ru V9t g Ivrn the general iMiiUiiiott that
fens heca thtttiiictl fn-in t'tc urc u tin,
NATURE'S OWN CURE
Fur Rack-clic. Iiialtf. funummaiUM of
Kidnev or Hladdrr. K-:iMinir fain wlin
t'rtnalmit. bnik I Mint dtpiiu aad Hriglil
TRY IT TXT ONCe.
WUT LESH ACTl'AL CASH M
A cumtpoudetil H'kn the New
York Tribune ihU qutstlon t
VS 111 Mr. Horr tileas ftululn
how buslna i done with le ruuney
j work by way of clearing and i-lean
our atrtH'te.. The train that brines
Uiaal lime aitu aounuaow " them Into the city ahould be made
money amonjf me .Morion coonty M0 take thetn out again. Grant'
tartuers U prvuu-ted thU Qui. pua Coorler
The Enterfrli claim the tallest Lake Stronir. a farm hand of Polk
oat ror ciaeKarna couniy. i" couotv. was kldnai,ii un Auimi than It usoJ to lo. wnWi a firmer
ample sutmineu measure i j nu 17th, by two men. who met him on "n unueisianu it? When a man
I I Kiitu LI a a I
Three woolen mllU. one at StUem, the road, selaed and eweed him. tied r,)in"' i
uu ii aiimq) anu vim h aicnw, i y wuui auu iuub. uvw uiui hi j money to .ty the chet'k ? Respect
in i-i nn couniy; are ruoDiuy on juu i ni.u auu v gom piece. ineyiiuiiy yours.
time with orders ahead. then blindfolded him and carried kinyox."
At Rn.riiiri Uit Friday three him by watron down near Portland- B- - Horr thu- answer the In
LrlsontN etie,l from the county where he made hi escape from the terogatory :
I I .e i
lull bv sawln oft one of the Iron cmmP nigni. lie went to mt w an example, an
ban of the Jail window. nana, rexurneu oy steamboat to Uay- rumury mwnsiiip, im-iuainj a rair
v-...i? ..r Tka I ton, ana walked from there to Perry-1 B,eu viiinsre. ikiore oanm are
a lie f mi lauuiHii umiiafc ,
IHUIp resume! buMne mst Hniur-
B. MXU.t, .
N. A. ntaaarr. u. u.
Hkbmam HuaoLMaaicH, K. of 11. 4 H
I. o. o. t.
A f ONTKZnUA LODGE. NO. 80. meeta
11 1 Wedneadny ereninsa at 8 o'olook.in I.O.
. r. Hall. uitoramaae waioniue-
JOH. K LINEMAN, N. O.
11. II OOODIN. Hee.
I. M. 0. Oai.t, fer. Beo.
Daacatera ef Bebekah.
I I IMjHHORO BEBEKAH I.ODGR NO.
II u I it. O. V.. meeta in Odd Fellowe'
11 nil every lat and 8rd Hatorday evintiia of
each month. ataa. r. i. uaaaia, n. .
. Siaa. W. H. Waaauao, Heo'y.
la now roakine teeth for 95.00 and 7.W
ill compare with aeia eoelina t'Ji,
per avt ! beat of wuterial and woikmanahip.
W ill compare with aeia eoelir
extraoted witbont pnin. tillinK
na f 20. leetn
illinua at the
loweat prioea. All work warranted.
OrrK'Bt three doora north of Brick
a to re. Otflos bonra f rou B a. m. to 4 p. in,
A. O. .
' " " lOCUT TUALATIN NO. TT4. A.O F.
Vjot A., meeta every Toeaday evening In
OrtuKe Hall at a o'oioaa.
L. A. Warrooaa, 0. B.
W. W. McKiaan. F. .
A. 0. V. W.
ILLBBOKO LODGE NO. CI. A. O. V.
A. L. STRODE,
FiEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR
Orricti with J. C. HML County Bur-
veyor, at tba Oonrt Hocae.
aeeond and fourth
WM. BEN SOX,
Toeaday evening in the month.
H. II. Fbrto. M. W.
W. E. Uaook. Reeorder.
itr anHIN'HION ENCAMPMENT No. M.
W I. O. O. F.. meeU on seoond and
oiirlh Fridays of each mouth.
8. M. Hcfh.ti, C. P.
I'. II. HaaKhman, ttoribe.
P. ef H.
1 I ILLBBOKO ORANGE, NO. 73, meeta
J 1 :'nd aud 4th Batardaysof esob month.
Hbmj. Boaorisu, Master,
Annis Iauais, Beo.
v. p. a. v. K
, F.KT8 everyBandayavenlnat7o'olook
It A in tbe Christian enoren. ion ar
cordially invited to attend its roeetlnua.
Bsmtom Bowmam, 1'rea t.
All kinda of reDairina nn Hteatn
, Milt Work, Threshing Maobinea
Mowers, Feed Cotters, Hewing Maobinea,
Waahino Maohinea. Wrinuera. furapa.
Boales, Boisaors ground, Oun and Locke
araithiug, Baws grouuu and died; and have
a large nnraber of awond-hand engines and
boilers for sale. All work warrauted.
H. T. Ll.MtLATEB M. B. C. M.
piIYMlCIAN AND St'ROKON,
Orvioa: in Hillaboro Pharmacy. Baat
DKMoai aaa of Uourt lloiim. imioe noora
from 9 a. ro. to K p. m. at Pharmacy, when
not viaitingi before and after tbat time at
H. D. Jones, the 1'arest Nrora
liveryman. Is natr raanlar a
floely-rqalpped stare llae aver
the Wilson Rlrer roadte Tilla
mook, leaving Forest Urere
Taetday aad Friday mornlnrn,
and rrarhlur Tillamook same
days. This U tbe nicest ride te
the ParlOe t'oatt within the
reach ef thla Taller. Good ae
romnodatlona, beautlfal trea
erf, aad a pleasant trip every
way. Fer particulars address
H. D. J05ES, . Ferest Grave.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
OPEN MONDAY, HKITKM lKR IS.
Just clowd the moHt prohiwou
year in it history. Wldo ranjrr of
Htudlea. Thorough instrui'tion. llusi
neHH course added. Tuition frtH. En
trance fee, tlO. Donrd anl lodging nt
reasonable rates in the elegant new
dormitory and boarding hall on the
camptm, where students will receive
John W. Joiinhon,
WASHINGTON COCSTY BOD AND
Oun I'lnb meeU in Morgan Block
every seoond 'ihorsdsy of esob month, at 8
r. uf J. K. LONG,
J. A. H. KOCNDEY, Bee. Pres.
W. I). WOOD, M. !.,
piIYSICIAN AND SUROEOX,
CHt'RCH. Sunday School at
10 a. m: prayer meeting Thursday even
ing at l.M.
ONGREOATIONAL CIU'BCH. eorner
J Main and Fifth streets, frescoing
w.w MMiMth. mnrninu and toVetlinil.
tmtli school at 10 o'eiook a. ra. Prayer
minting Tbnrsilsy evening. I. r. H. C. r..
hnmlay at :au p. m.
IIRBT Chrietlan Church, Harry Watkina,
' imator, liaaeline and Fifth. Preaohiug
Seoond and Fourth Bundaya st 11a.m. and
M ml n. iu. Hundav Baboo). 10 a.m. Pray
it mcetinir. Tbnrsdav. 8 u0 p. m. Y. P. 8
(1 E Bunday, 7W p. sa.
Orrira: in ChenettavUow.
eorner First and Main streeta.
WILS01 BOW LBV.
FOREST OBOVE. OREGON.
Orrica : at the Drugatore.
ME. CHCRCH. H. B. Elworthy, rator.
Preaching every Babbath morning and
evening. Babbath aohool every Habbntk at
li) a. m. league meeting every Bunday at
4 p. ni. General prayer meeting every
Tbura lay evening. Leadera' and Bteward't
meeting the second Tuesday evening of eaoh
J. 1. TAMIEME, M.
P. It. R. SURGEON,
H ILLBBOKO, OUEOON.
IVANGKLICAL CHt'BCH.- Berviees
I A lat and .id rondnva in each ninnlb ai
the llnptixt cburob at 8 o'clock r. at , Rev
i l.it Hnndae Hchnol aft U e.
M. t'otlHue prayrr meeting on Wednesday
evemug ui wwu ."
Y f ILLMtOKO KEAD1.NO BOOM,
1 1 ond street, in old Mason io hall, la
len daily from 9 a. m. to p. as. Bundays,
from li m. to 4 p. m
T. R. CORNELIUS
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Caps,
Agenta for the
PLOWS AND HARROWS
The Ut In the market.
Or r ics o Bssinaars I eorner Third
and Main Btreeta. OfUce boura, HUM to 12
a. ni., t to A and 1 to 8 p. ro. Telephone to
reaidenoa from ftrnck A nets Drugstore at
all bonra. All calls promptly atteudod,
r. A. BWI.ST, M. P. . t. atll.ST, B B , at, D.
DRH. F, A. k F. J. BAILEY.
PHYSICIANS, SUIWJEONS AND
Ovrirai in Pharmacy. Union Block. Calls
attended to, night or day. Kxaideaoe, B. W.
Cor. Unas Line and Beoond streets.
W. II. BICKER,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
AND MONEY LOANER
OFFERS TO TUB rfULIC. Lands la
large or auall tracta, and will evohange
lands In the eountrv for town or city prop
ertvi In fact. If jroa have anything to !
ehanga, in any looalily, sea me.
OP ALL KINDS)
Taken at the Highest Market Price.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
i. W. 8UCTE rassiDsin
BKNJ. MCtlOFIELD Vics-Pasaipssi
I. D. MERRY MAN Caamaa
Bella sight Eicbsnff and Telesraihlf
Transfers, and i sears Letters of Credit
available throughout tba tailed Btatea.
Draws Bills of Eichanire on London.
Liverpool, Dublin, Paris, Berlin, Frankfort.
oa-tbe-MaiB, Stockholm, and all principal
Colleotiont mad ea all iaooaaaibU potnta.
PscklDf bonra front t a. at. to S r. .
WAGON AND WHEELWRIGHT SHOP.
I hare oeneil a shop for
t lie repair of
CARRIAGES, BIGGIES AMD WAGONS
nml all kinds uf wool work.
liop at Uanliirr'" old atnnil, half hlix'k
south of Greer's store.
HAIL WA Y TIME TABLE.
day, the first oue of the npended
j banks In the state to resume.
i The Snleni Indedentlent Is still
after laivvning, Siierinteiident of
i thePenitentnry,nnd Hofter Hrothers,
I of the Sttlein Journal
Anderson and wife, who were
starving the devil out of their sinful
Ixslies have sticctsled, that Is they
have lived out the forty day taking
only a little wine and bread.
Iat Friday at Corvallla the wheat
field of J. D. Johnson w as destroyed
by tire. It Is thought that a spark
from the west-hound Oregon Pacific
freight train caused the fire.
Captain N. It. Humphrey, who
hist a foot in a railroad accident a
few weeks since, is fust recovering
and will soon be out. Ills insanity
was but temporary and his mind la
now as clear as of old.
Alfred Gubseu, of Tillamook coun
dale, his home. HI relative and I organized the Ki.ple in suc h a to wn-
frleudN were glad to welcome him "hip must twnoict their business nnd
home and to know that he was alive, W th,,,r debts entirely with cash,
having concluded be was foullv ,,ue "' n,H' roiniry notis. The
great bulk of th. business would he
done with some kind of money
Suppose there tire in that township
and villuge I.inmi families. The
head of each family must do some
business. I-jtch one would buy aud
sell something each vs-k. We will
Mtaaall 1111 llini I Ikik rutili.bi x . .-
lhat..hfnrhl.nU .ll. I. kl. I- " im inKO
i.k .. . . t- - f-MOaycitr in snles and
w-n nmi anu ura toe crop oi I nil. ... ,
111 rai. I 'i iii.iim IIIUIVIT
mc wt nniuutl ins own crop, inus
with an Imperial mill brand on his
The Oregon City urchin sorU in I
the lllamette in cheap and pictur
ue Istthing Milts. The small boy
bgs a flour sack from his ma, cuts a
hole at each eorner of the closed end
for his legs, cuts two other holes near
back, lie dives Into tho water the
people of Portland are drinking.
One day lust week the government
snaglxatt stopped on the rapids Just
business In that township of .i(0,000
eaoh yeur. If there were no banks
it would require In that community
to do that amount of busine, say
aiO.000. Of that amount of currency
more than one-lmlf of it uonl.l Ik.
..t.. r-.i 1 . . . I . . .
...,.-K.u.,..iiee, ami act a uiasi held us a "nej.t-CL'!'" bv tho tami.le. Imi.k u-lll rMWv. fw.m it.
teaAtaaaA I .1 t a I I " " I I ..... a v t aavass a -v . r 1 1 1. If
... . U..K ,1. ,e river, a wno always keep a little money by
'""rr"","' joiuison came tin vo- them for emergencies, und tho bust
",,,u" "ana, anu wnen me ness would lie done with Iimvooo
i-uaiKu rxtiu(ie(i, was aisjia aou
L at the lank than ho had that
morning, and the teamster has .0
more ; aud the banker had been able
to loan the larger portion ofthut
money. More than that, when he
loans It a portion of It Is left as a
deposit in the bank, and Is only a
part of it used at that time.
The transactions ofjbls kind which I
tike place each day are very large
In the aggregate. A well and hon
estly managed bank is Just as bene
ficial to a live community as is a
grist mill or a woolen factory. The
constant clamor against hunks is
wicked and sensele. They are
usually organized for the benefit of
the community. Indetsl, they gen
erally do as much for any community
as the community does for them.
They are the outgrowth of long years
of business exerieuce. As a rule,
men who rant against them are em:
noes of society and know little of
what they are doing. Dunks have
liecomo an actuul business necessity.
There would be Just as much sense
in destroying tho grist mills of the
country as in trying to do without
rjicn chock arawn must Have a
good account behind it at the bunk,
but the bank need not keep all Its
dcMmits in cash. It mssls only
to keep enough to mt the ordinary
balances after the checks have been
conceited by offsets. As a rule the
exchanges or doing
i scaring uia IiuhIiipm).
team so mey ran away. The farmer i such aco.i.um.iitve,ich i.tirchase
va anon dou active monev which umiU lmn
reel awav. a. oiece or timiter a rimt ,i. ..... r. .......
tv rt..rn.l in II... !.. f Ma rabln L. . . " .. ------- .-niuK innn nilllU to IIUIKI III
... , .... mien anu twelve reet lomr struck his I .w.....i..,i.,
41 IVaU till ta aa(a aalt.t f!llt flit A hiMirt tt i ..I I K
u.Vi, nft.,vRM - - "-r wtiffon WKCklnir it and Hnirlnir bin k..uia
. I 1 1 1 1 . i t . ir- I m ''"iiui'v,
MHiies. nn wen iui m Kuiif. iiv
an luai l ii li i riff itiititiubiiiii tT xrit ino? I .
I TtlSUlVl llilts Lll IN IM1II1 Ilir IIV 11111 II I
I ... - . ..........
General Cnnmnon. uhn hn-i thtv.ii I intr nml l.nmli tier iivni llin uniAiint
. .-ii.i ...i i ti-l I , , I ...............
-v irainp cni.tsi at a nous iu onieui blamed for ordering the sliam hnttle the niin l.a In Tl.,
at. A .1 r - A. I A A 1L . I " M " 7 . sIST!
loruoaruumiunnK. iiemiuunnr tt.h.k t ULninnl 'ol.n ii ki. Uk.nl i,
life, defends himself vin-omnslv. of ennds ui.nl, I t iLo imwI. uiih kin.
i.i.i, nflr r iuti Th i.t r . . ...... " " . .........
j"... .....h xeisorr eot h s Uea h wound bv w t iuhMi i.nv i.u ..i.i lmu
O AikA I Ul.... .1.1. ta I ' I - "J
u.uo,..,, ....... dlsobevInsT orilera. Some nt tlii nrrw before bo .nl.l l...v m..r nl
AHA liA svtail Iraia'irk ot'aa.t vSaftl ll I I "
v., ceedlllM oftheonmner Innnost a-pis Men hnv nir h ,-.tl,. .K.
The orthwst Farmer warns the onesided. The Inquiry was held would pay for them in current
agriculturist aitglnst putting Jersey unknown to Compaon, tiotwlthstand- money. In such a community all
bulls at the head of the heard unless ling he, was directly interested, and the business not done on credit
dairying is to be the main industry Is seemingly a material witness.
of the furm. Where cattle raising Is I
an attendant Industry nothing takes Tilt COM MITRE'S RIM,
...a. r....... ..w.a.ap. InU-tnt 1 tKa ftall f.W t
A foottlo was picked op a few day. tlie n ,,m ,ir(wnte) t0 tjlf
ngo on tho iieuch ntr Tillamook Senate by Voorhees from thetVuir-
that was throtvu overlmard by the mittoe on Finances
cnpiain m ine jvosiyn i astie nineteen oTlmt w lnuch of B(.f m,roveii
years ago. The Castlo was last in Juiv ii H9(). ontmpt An net
f...4 1. .1 il.,l,.t... iLjasa fll. ft.AAl- I '
ruuiaiHi lawiaT.Pii, hib isjiue directing the purchase of silver
was thrown over before the canoe k.. in,.n .n.i i.. i-......
""' waaes) assv ".- v. a l(tnui 1
nut lusl port at that date.
I notes, and for other purwxes,' a.s
EAST AND SOUTH . .
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Eirauss Taanr Lkavb PoBTPiin Dilti
6:1.'. ml Lv
10 A a aa Ar
Above trams stop at all stations from
Portland to Albany s also at Tanirut,
oneoda, italaey, ttarriahurg. Junction City,
rvicg, r.ogene. ana nn stations from Itoee
burg to Aabland, inclusive.
BOBEBIBO MAIL DAILY:
8:.) a at
S:i".0 r M
7:00 a a
V1MM1 CARS 0 OttDES ROl'TE.
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
.. aND M
Secand-ClaM Sleeping- far
Attaorbd to All l'moraa Ts.iss.
West Hid Division.
BETWEEN PORTLAND Jt COUVALLIS
Mail Train Daily (Except Bunday).
7:30 a at Lv Portland At $M r M
.0O a it Lv Hillaboro Lv 4:22 r m
l:!5m Ar Corral I is Lv loom
t-eYAt Albany and Co rva I Ha connect wit!
trains of the Oregon Pacifle Railroad.
Eipreas Trsin Daily, (Eioept Bunday .
t:tOeii Lv Portland Ar ::'Si
:lp at Lv Hlllalwro Lv 7:1:4 a B
7:?A si Ar MoMinnville Lv 50 a
THKOl'GH TICKETS to all oolnU in the
Esatern Btatea, Canada and Enrone. ean be
obtained at loweat rates from i. J. Morgan,
t. r. itmitRn,
R. KOEHLER, Asst. G. F. A P. Ag't
Manager. Portland. n4-t
W will farnlah IOO
llairllx Trkets and IOO
rtiil-lo Tirkeie rer i, sr
SOO for fl.SO.
THE UDEPEKDEIT JOB OFFICE.
county, was killed on Wednesday of
last week by a jiet buck sheep, which
hunted the boy in the breast. Some
persons at a distance saw the child
but could not reach him In time to
save his life.
A Umatilla Indian wanted a UM
for a month. The money changer
gave him four twenties, poor Lo
asked for the other double eagle, but
was told that wasHi bonus that be
longed to tho bank. Mr. SI wash
scratched his pate, und then pushed
the gold I sick saying he would
take It for five months.
Ijist week at Hardman, Morrow
county, Mr. right and Abo Lule-
allen forced Mrs. Wright's 14-year
old daughter to marry Luieallen
under threats of sending her to Jail.
After the marriage she left Luleallen
and commenced puoceedJngs In the
circuit court to have the marriage
Henry S. Iy, a bachelor who has
for some time occupied a homestead
on the Willumina, near Sheridan,
Yamhill county, has been missing
since the first of June, and It Is
generally believed he has been mur
dered. An Investigation revealed
the fact that he left part of his
clothing, a gun and some jewelry in
his cabin where he disappeared.
An 14-year-old son of Rev. J. R. N.
Hell, of I ndciHndence, drove into the
the country in a two wheeled cart
with flatted bottom. He carried a
gun with him, which on going
through a gate slipped through the
sluts and was discharged, the load
taking effect in the boys side, killing
A Wolf l'rs.-k correspondence In
Grunt's Pass Courier, remarks : "It
Is reported that a mining company
not over 1n) mill's from here, will
use Chinamen In ditching, leaving
the idlo white men out in the cold.
According to the feeling (Just feeling
to,) being aroused, Chinamen will be
treated the same dose of medicine
thut the pig-tails are receiving around
For the past few weeka our city
has been overburdened with an
average of about fifteen hobos a day.
This Is becoming unbearable and
our city fathers should take metuares
to relieve the city of this incubus.
They should not be allowed to dis
embark from the train. On Sunday
morning of last week there issued
from II. Tborton's barn some seven
head of these pests, all of them stout,
large, healthy animal, that might
have done a consider!)!? amount of
would Is? done by bundling and
counting the cash.
Now conies the question of the
correspondent : In what way would
a bank enahlo tho iwople of that
community to do more business with
tho same amount of money or the
same amount of business with much
less money? I have rccatcdlv
stated thtt Just such a thing could
be done, nnd Mr. Kinyon wants to
know how. Listen
The moment a good Imnk Is estab
lished in that township, tho people
A 5-year-old son of L. II. Morgan, directs the secretttrv of the treasury
who lives on lca Ilidgf'2i amhill ! to nurchase from time to time sllwr
bullion to the aggregate amount of would leKisit the bulk of the Joo,tKK)
4.500.000 ounces, or so much thereof In the bank. Men would prefer to
as may lie offered in each month, at have n c,v,,lt H P'"1 ,,nnk rn,h11"
tho market price therefor, not ox. 'n tne money itself in their pock
cecdinirllfor37I.23irrainsnurellver "ts or wallets. There would be less
ind to Issue In paymeut for such pur- ri"k of lo! an'1 ,h,' m,'ht 1)0 ble
chases treasury notes of the United mW smn" or interest on
States, be and the annie Is Iw.n.bv M1"'1' balances. When money was
repealed. And It is hereby declared tot use, n check on the hank
to lie the policy of the United States would do In place of the currency
to continue the use of both gold and or ,ho t,,Pol,0r "' U"e
silver as standard ii.mwv. and in me currency i.y veiling the
as standard money.
coin lioth gold and silver Into money
of equal intrinsic and exchangeable
value, such equality to lie secured
through International agreement or
by such safeguard of legislation as
will Insure the maintenance of a
parity in the value of coins of the
two metals and the equal power of
every dollar at all times in the
markets ami In the payment of debts,
And it Is hereby further declared
that the efforts of the government
should be (steadily directed to the
establishment of such a safe system
of blmeta'.ism as will maintain at all
times the equal power of every
dollar coined or Issued by the United
States in the market and In the pay
mcnt of debts."
est from the minority of the
committee reported a substitute differ
ing from the above which fixes the
number of grains, puro silver, In a
dollar at 464.1. This, with tho alloy,
would make the silver dollar weigh
515 grains Instead of 4124. the
The preference for gold as an
ornamental substance proceeds from
a barooric taste, and this preference
may pass away with tho progress of
rennement. To a proper taste, a
silver pitcher, or cup, with Its chaste
effect, Is more pleasing to the eye
than such an article mado of the
garish metal. Even in these days a
profusion of gold ornaments Is con
sidered vulgar. Halem Indepenent.
Yet two to one the editor's seal
ring Is of gold, his watch and chain
are of gold or Its Imitation, spectacles
are gold rimmed, and of gold are
the rings and brooches worn by his
wife. Some way or other the eye
dosen't take to the "chaste effect" of
silver worn on the person.
The city counclll of Newberg has
ordained that no minor under the
age of H years shall wander about
the streets after seven o'clock p. m.
between November and April and
eight o'clock the balance of the year
without the permission or company
of parents or guardian. The penalty
Is not less than $5 or more than 150
fine, nor less than two nor more than
twenty days' imprison tmint.
bank In erson.
Now then ! The jxsiple f thut
township have little money in their
pockets, but they have a credit at
the tank for the same amount of
money formerly used, against which
they can chock at will. Supjiose,
that of tho $200,000 formerly used in
that community for business pur
poses, 1.'k3,(MXI is deposited in the
bank in a regular business way. It
Is found, by actuul cxMrience, that
the amount drawn out each day and
the amount deposited ouch day will
lie very nearly equal. Knowing
thU, the bunk will use 1125,000 of
that money by loaning it to Its cus
tomers, and will thus add that
amount to the available funds of that
community. That amount more of
business can be done with tho bank
than could have Ixs-n done under the
The bank can safely loan the
money, because it knows that that
community will do its busings
largely by checks; and that those
checks will be largely paid by bal
ances one against the other by sim
ply transferring the amount on the
books of the bunk from one account
to another. cry little currency
will be used.
A man hits a credit at the bank.
He buys a cow for 120 and gives the
farmer a check for that amount.
The farmer gives the check to a
miller for feed. The miller gives it
to another farmer for wheat. That
farmer u.sos It to ny for cotton cloth,
sugar, tea and coffee at the store.
The merchant dcosits It in the bank
to meet a check he has given for
hauling goods. The merchant's
check has been deposited for the
credit of the teamster. At night the
banker charges the first check to the
account of the man who purchased
the cow, gives tho merchant credit
for it, but charges him with his own
check given the teamster, and gives
the teamster credit for the merchant's
check. Here has been business done
to the amount of 1100 and no money
has been used. Tlio man making
Just aliout as much currency each
day as it pays out over Its counter,
I his enables the bank to loan vast
sums, which would otherwise be kept
in tho iockets of the jieople. This Is
more emphatically true of savings
bunks than of commercial banks,
Money put In savings banks Is tin
very money which used to be hoard
ed In stockings and hid away for
safety. Tho owners get a little
interest for It and the bankers loan
it to business men ; and
money dors several times the amount
of business which can be done w here
there are no banking facilities. It
Italy has a genuine cose of com
plaint against France arlsiug from
the recent assault upon the Italian
laborers m Algue Mortes, and if
she acts with as much promptness
and determination as she did in tho
New lirlrtins affair, In which this
country was concerned, France will
have to make ample reparation or
The Aigues Mortes affair is much
more serious In every respect than
was tho New Orleans trouble. At
Aigues Mortes the sole cause of the
attack was the deslro of the French
luborcrs to dislodge Iulian workmen
who were employed In the salt
works in order to make room for
French workmen, while in New
Orleans the uprising was one against
what was Mievcd to U an organisa
tion of assassins, dangerous to the
IKnco ami safety of the entire com
munity. There was no question of
rats?, no lulxtr trouble Involved, but
only un illegal act founded on the
doctrine of self-defense.
There is so little excuse or amlogy
for the Aigues Mortes attack that it
Is Mievcd that Franco will not at
tempt to uphold or defend It in
any way. The only attitude of tho
German Euqiorer, who seems to have
Interested himself In tho affair very
promptly, and to bo ready to back
Italy in her demands on France for
reparation. It Is possible that this
oAWious read i nes to espouse the causo
of Italy may urouso the i.miwrnr
tho French and lead to ill-feeling
aud complications which will hinder
If not prevent an amicable settlement
but even this Is not prolstble.
Germany Is certainly very anxious
to stand up to her part of tho triple-
I llenee. compact. The emperor sent
to the German embassies In Rome
and Paris for full details of the affair
I an.l I ....4 ....A.. r I a Star . a a
thus this "isirucHtt i4uni .Munster, ins
embassador at Purls, to send to
Berlin as soon as possible the
attitude of France toward Italy's
does not seem to me that there can "nn,i ,or reparation. As we have
be any chance for dlsputo ns to the ai1 "plianoe with tho demands
proposition, nor can I understand , n,oro thon I'foonWe, but in the
iev risu alio strainoi conditions or
things on tho continent of Europe
.. ..i . . . . .... .
n single iiiise siep -mignt letta to ft
how any one can fall to see it.
FREE TRADE IX THE WEST.
breaking off of the negotiations, and
would inevitably bo followed by ft
war, in which the triple-alliance
would l on one side, aud French
with Russia as a probable ally, on tho
The results of the election last
November have been very disastrous
to tho lead and eIiic mining indus
tries of southwest Missouri. In what
Is known as the JopUn district, which I,
eiiHiraces some or tne riciiest lend nnd
zinc mines in tho country, one year A Sydney. Australia, letter of Julv
ago the weekly sab's of ores amount- 10, published in tho Chlcmm llnsln
ed to over 1 0(1,000. Now It Is below Itgister, stabs, thut wool sells for two
f w.ooo, aud prices have fallen and n half dollars per bale more than
. r . I "
tweniy-nve per cent, or more. it did last year. Iluvlmr Is mueh
In tho Aurora field the output a more liberal than before; especially
year ago was 12,000 to $15,000 i this true for tho French and Oer-
weekiy. ."Now, pearly every mine I man market, where idl.Usi hat
t a as . . .... . . I '
iscioseu, ami in smaller fields all went to, SI,(mkMo Ixmdon and 500 to
.rtteiAo 1 I aan . a i . t I .... .
......r a nimimoufu hiki miwi wim iTUteti Htutes. In the corrcspond-
n r. neru mi year ru was me ence this slirnlheaiit nurairrnnh nn.
i .....i...... i. ui. . ., ....
...... m.iiuj now is line uesoiuiion. Kars: "it is hosl that trade will
The cause Is plain. The prices of ho much more lanrelv dovelone.1
ores have fallen Mow the cot of with the United State when existing
production. tariff burriers are removed, as we an.
Muyerswiii not pay lor aud pile tlclpnte they will In- by the result of
up stocks in the face of the threat of of the presidential election." Thus
"tariff reform," coupled with the It Is aeon thut while price improve
power to carry the threat Into execu- abroad, Iu our own country, by re-
uon; ami as tne mining industries son of a change of policy, the wool
.il t . A a t e
oi tins pan oi .Missouri come witnin Industry is completely paralysed.
me cautioge oi wenaior est "pro- And the increased buying by Cler-
tected industries," they are to be many and France will account for
"fought to the tlHth," but it Is diffl- the Idleness of so many of our opera.
cult to discover any real Jacksouian lives. Increased consumption of raw
nomocracy in tins kind of folly. material means a large market some.
A large furniture dealer here states where for thollnlshed product. Free
unit juiysniesiius year are nity per trade in America promises that
cent, below the sales in the same bazaar. 1 f foreigners make our goods
monin msi year, ami mat lie has not then our own is-oide have idleness
IA.ft-IS .a a.. I t
nougiu a diiioi new goons in two and rags and hunger for their lot.
months. A large stove and tinware Great is the change,
douler reports his sales running so
tow mat ne ha discharged most of " mingry in ew York are
his help and I running his store '0"'"lf for bread. It was not thus
with less than half the hands he when Republicans were In power and
employed lust year. giving protection to American Indus.
Yesterday the only savings bank tr,M' Ihittd may have Isn high
in the city closed Its doors, making ,ll,'" "'"I "' '' pail may have been
the second lnk fusluro In nil the purehasisl at an increased cost, but
years of this city's history. The laUirer hud something with
leople of Missouri have lost more in which to buy, and a little left for his
the values of their proiKrty since I family. These Is? the good times
last election than they have raid In that w-ere promised.
tariff taxes since 18(h), and still their
education does not seem to lt com
plete. Hut they are now having
facts burned Into them which they
will not forget three yturs hence.
L. T. Hunt, correspondent.
Springfield, Mo., August 1, I !:.
A proof, in case any further proof
were tussled, that- tho industrial
depression is due solely to anticipated
tariff dHtrulstuces that will upset all
manufacturing enterprises, it is
ilumn In the Ifer.ild that at such
point. In the South as are hide-bound
A mtnl. t..m lh. .......I.. f ...1 1 I. r . .
....- inn ... mmxiiiu) lrcc-tradc, wnere mere aro no
material desk, charts, glols, etc. manufactures nnd no large number
haunted directors alsiut a year ago. of laborers employed, the conditions
Many orders were taken nnd the remain unchanged.
supplies put In, warrants bts-n
drawn and accepted In stymeut. Verity, the agent of the American
One firm states that it ha between B'hle Society nt Shanghai, China,
thirty and forty thousand dollars writes home that "silver has never
worth of these securities. Now they I been so low as yesterday." Yet
are due and the districts won't pay "liver In Chinn Is the basis, and free
because they can't. Just w hat to do ' unlimited coinage of thew hito
the supply company is at a lo-. mcfal Is the law. Ily all the areu-
The aid of the law
if it has a remedy.
will be called iu fcnienta of the silver Us tles tho metal
there ought to lie high.
The San Francisco Chronicle thinks
that the administration will not do
It Is safe t., M tmt the Oregon
sheep will vol- early and often at
Hawaii, because the project I not
looked upon with favor by the sugar
trust, which Is very Influential Iu
tbe flrt 'purchase has a credit of 20 high circle.
a . m. ... . 1
mucn to rorwarri mo annexation or the next fhvtlon. The sheen Indna.
try, with the wool pulled over its
eye, will shoot "Il.ih!" to the tariff
tinkering ldt that Is killing It.-.