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r.iil.-rrt in the it .rtiii-t Hili.lNiro, Oregon,
ftil.ert,t ion, in uiUan -r, j-er year fl "0
lllll-Mt'iUn IT lll.IMIIN'l CO.. proprietor,
li. l r. liAl'I.T. Keillor.
i if. i ! rt' in.
Fit! DAY, iMToliKIt U, lVO.
iroA7 .v n y.i'i. y.
A inrnj;r!ii'li itiMitrtl In a late
I NKKI'KN lil-.NT toui'liin till! tlfW K-
litiml fii'l of "ilintt li-jcinlntion,
whirli murli mrirU Mr. (alri-l
Hhlmll.T, Swln c.iiiul nt 1'ortluml.
Now, Tiik Imikhkxuk.xt regrt-t
inure than Mr. siilmJlt-r pus-tlbly tun
that IN writers an not more learncl
in.'ii. Ami t, if tin? critic will
humIii rnl the iinn;ni.li, ami rttul it
mIow, it will hurdly .' lal. Th
Htatt-iiH'iit N a ifiiiiparatlve on
Switzerland U not a lurj,' country,
one uutliorlty putting IN art-a nt 1
7M Unre mill. alMiut onc-Hixth the
unit of or.-con, just a little larger
than the Willamette valley. At to
atatenmeu, Mr. Shlndler names no
John of !:;riieveilt, Metternielw,
Tallyratiil, Pitt, IlurU, (ihnNtones,
Hamilton, Ji-t!'-rtn, Welrters,
'lny, I.iniolns. No doubt Hwitzer
laud lia-i roliii-ed il I i r-, hut among
them are no Julius Cit-tar, William
I'rlii-o of Orauue. or Maurkf. his
mm, Charlie XII of Sweden, 1'mliT-n-k
the tircat of 1'rushia, Von Moltke,
ilenry I' of France, Napoleon Iton
iarte, Cromwell, Wellington, Win
Held Scott, tiraut, Sherman, Sheri
dan; nor yet do we hear that Jaineri
Watt, (iiMirjfH Stephenson, JameH
IL.rgrdve.-i, Fli Wliitney, llolert
Fulton, (iftodyear, Klim Howe, Mac
tJorinick.I'rof.llenrjMor ,or Frank
lin, were inipired hy the grandeur of
the Alps, though It in admitted that
the first Hteamlioat was launched on a
SwIsh lake, hut the thing wouldn't
go. It N a No admitted that the little
mountainous nation is large in man
ufactures tin jmt out. equaling that
of any other nation hut the outiut
is not ho gn'at as Franco or (iermany
or Italy or Fngland or even the
United States; and besides the watch
makers changed their machinery
when they went home (Vim I'hila
delhla in ls7H.
Switzerland hits licen a country for
((Ml years, llngland for looo years,
France for 1"IH) years, while (ier
many and Spain look back to that
time when the 'memory of man
runeth not to the contrary." Hut,
after all, is not Tiik Inhh'kxkkx r
Justilled in saying that Switzerland
was not really a nation till the con
htitutiou of 1ST I was adnitisl.
Hut sir consul twits us with Ix-ing
brilic-takcrs at election, but did he
ever consider how many of thos"
quarter eagles have been palmed hy
immigrants from virtuous Furope.
Tiik Imiki-kshknt thought that
when a proiox"(l law by the referen
dum is lielore the Ksiple there is no
way to amend it, there being but one
of two tilings to do adopt or reject.
Mr. Shlndler has not shown the con
trary. It is admitted that it may Ih
discusssl in a way, torn to shreds
even, but not discussed for amend
ment. Yes, a little difference can Ik'
seen. In America we don't hold our
elections on Sunday, though our elect
ors are the dishonorable men painted,
and our otllclals wanting in those
iialitlcs that makes association with
them enobling. Hut will the critic
pardon if intense Americanism leads
to a reverence for home institutions
and ssiples rather than for nelghliors
across the pond'.'
A I'CA'K r.Al.l.UT.
Citizens, how do you like the ring
of these words uttered in Chicago on
the loth y ex-l'residcnt Harrison?
"We are sowing the sssls of dis
eord In breaking away from the
national election law. The jssiple of
the country will not submit to the
selection of their otllcials by the dice
Imix or the Juggler's hat. Alsve all
things, we should have purity of the
ballot, but we have reached the
condition in our national life where
we submit to the mo-t infamous
outrages iis)ii the ballot of the
Nople. Not only in the Ninth, but
in the largest cities of the North, Is
there a demand for the purity of the
Imllot-lHix. In honest elivtions Hit
our nation's wifely, and we cannot
tolerate fraud without paying a
bitter priv in the end."
The Cnited States senate is a neces
sary branch of the government, and
it Is idle to talk uhoiit abolishing It,
but the member thcrtsif are acting
in a manner that is itiitc undignified.
It frequently happen that a well fed
army w ill lssege nd starve an en
emy, but for two parties to ilelil-er-atelyjoln
Ihmuv and agrte to starve
each other out subject the partiel
mnt to Is ing suplcionod queer. The
majority ought not to tamely submit
to such dictation and the minority
ought to tie almve uh pnn-tiee. In
dissl the minority ought to make the
majority responsible for the legisla
tion. The minority, except H'rhaw.
in very rare instants.", never gain by
Miss lhiisy Ainworth, liuii:htiT
of Captain J. C. Ainworth, the com
molre of the ( Mvgon "team fleet ill,
for Oregon, christen the 1'nited
States battleship Oregon at her
launching, and Mis F.ugvne A. Shel
by will cut the cable that set the
monster In motion on the wave.
Miw Shelby isagnut grand-daughter
of Honorable Jocph l.aiie, the flrt
United States senator from Oregon.
.V7AX.V.I 7O.V.IA CO A" 7 Y.ST. I
The all alworliiiig topics in America
and Fngland this weeic has been the
yacht rais'at New York whe:e the
hellish boat Vigilant was matched
against the Yankee single sticker Vig
ilant. The AmericHii have won,
and while column after column will
lie written no clearer Idea will be
conveyed than by the three following
opinions of interestisl persons:
itsirge 1 Watson, the designer of
the Valkyrie, said on tne evening
after the second I mat had Us-'ll
"They Is-at us, that's all there in
aliout it, tlrst and last."
"lid you have iy trouble?"
"No, everything was wpuare. The
N'Igllant outsailed usou every point."
"Was the Vigilant' suix-ess due to
her model as a center-hoard or to her
greater sail area?"
"I can't say. Of corse who carries
more sail. The Viligunt is a remark
"Would the Valkyrie do better iu
a heavy, choppy eu?"
'I don't know. The Vigilant out
sailed us on every course and in
The same evening Captain Cran-
Ili-ld, on the Valkyrie said :
"1 must say we are very much
disapointed. I kuey after Saturday's
race that we had a hard nut to crack,
hut I could not lelieve that we could
have Iss'ii so well beaten as we were,
"Has your knowledge of center
board yachts, us compared with the
kis'l, convinced you the American
plan Is lietter?"
"I will not admit that yet," ans
wered the Scotch captain. "We can
yet show you some other experi
ments." The London "Nws" referring to
the second race for the American cup
"It sis-ins to lie all over with the
Valkyrie. She has leen hcutcii
again under conditions that furnished
as gxKl a test of sassl and seaman
ship as could have lieen desired. It
is iiiiMKslble any longer to N-Ileve
that she is as well built and as well
handled as the Vigilant. Ouryachts-
inen and yacht builders must again
go to .school In America. Some
secret of the Anierlcuu mind in this
branch of sort we have yet to
master. The fact that the Valkyrie
had to make more tacks than the
Vigilant seems to (xiint to the hand
ling rather than the building as the
reason fur the suiicriority of the
.s V ( VA'A'.V A MKSlhUF.S T.
Senator Squire of Washington, has
Introduced an amendment to the
Voorhii's rcieal bill. It provides for
the coinage of American silver at the
present ration to the amount of
imm,imio per month, till 1(K,0(M,IMI
shall have lieen coined. The owner
of the silver shall receive as many
coined dollars as the market value of
his silver. The ditTerenee lietween
the market value and mintage value
is to lie kept by the government to
maintain the parity lietween gold ami
silver. No silver certillcntes are to
Ik? lssuisl. Three cr cent bonds may
lie sold redeemable after five year at
the pleasure of the government, the
prnctssU to lie used for maintaining
the parity Is-twecn gold and silver.
National banks are allowtsl to Issue
currency to the full par value of lwnds
deoltcd till the limit of capital
stock Is reachisl.
The compromise, if it can lie so
oil led, seems to Ik a fair one, unless
it lie the selling of (studs to maintain
the parity. It doe sisj-in that silver
ought to lie able to sustain itself or
take It place with the base mrtuls.
Mr. T'lU'ii writes that the comniit
tts he represonU is in no way re
sponsible for the advertisement In
the Isxik heretofore mentioned, nor
do they endorse or wish to lie under
stood as endorsing anything except
the system of direct legislation, and
the Isxik, in so far a it is a history
of that system and its results. Well,
Tiik Indk.I'K.npk.nt noticed the asso
ciation of advertisement and subjivt
matter, and came to n conclusion,
lien' Is an illustration of how the
thing evens up. Take two pai'r,
one having many saloon advertise
ments, the other the advertisement
of the churches and charitable insti
tutions of the lily. To which side
will the influence of the editorials
tend? Now anarchism may Is? a
harmhsts dogma in Furope, but In
America some of us dread it.
A problem comfort our farmers
which Tiik !xiiikniiknt thinks
out to ns-cive earnest consideration
and almost instant solution. When
ought the wheat to Is sold? Sune
one is selling w heat alsiut a fast as
the car can pull it to Portland.
There are quite a iiuiiiIht of ships
now in sirt, say twenty-five. How
many more are coming? When
these ure loaded will there N any
further market ? Is there any proba
bility that unless tliefbs't is increased
there will U an advanc on the
present price? mi isn't the present
almost, if not quite, a good as a ten
cent' rise next June? Can a man
afford to 1 sir row money and buy
wheat at present figure for simu
lation? It amount to that for those
who an' so unfortunate a to l in
debt a few dollar. Wheat grower
w ill have to settle the quetiiin with
The University of Pennsylvania Is
a great chool, great, in that it re
quires thorough scholarship great,
when it keem green the memories of
the past, great to provide Instruction
f'r the ierfect preparation of it
alumni for the struggle of lite. The
I.i lest department addisl is isi'jrs
for young men who are looking for
ward to a Journalistic cansT. The
fitst two years are f-imilar to the
freshman or sophomore years iu the
ordinary college, while the Junior
and senior years looks to pmfiswiioual
The senate now conclude ti have
a continuous session, night and day,
till a vote on the rc.e.d bill is r achl.
Cat nap are taken iu cloak rooms
and meals hastily swallowed in the
The bl-metallic league nt St IuL
lat week did what was e.vH-etcd,
declared for unlimited coinage of
silver at lti to 1.
I KOH THE OKI ITS I'llK.
8pecll to tb IsnrrisDrsr.
The world's fair grounds art-
lighted with 2,(oo arc lights, each of
2,nno candle power. Most of these
lamp are inountsl on metal posts
and in conveying the electrical fluid
to them, ninety miles of under
ground, and one hundred and seven
ty miles of overhead wire were usas.1.
It i a curious and noticeable fact,
that there Is a uniformity in the
height of the cornice of all the great
buildings at the fair. The distance
from the ground to the tuvea being
sixty ftst. At night these cornices,
(ami if stretched out they would Is'
miles in length,) are studded at
intervals of three feet w ith tens of
thousands of incandescent electric
The palace of administration situat
ed at the head of the grand basin and
w hich cost :t.'i,0no, has a dome 120
feet In diameter and 2"i0 feet high.
The building Is of the French
reanlssHiice style, and its dome Is one
of the largest in the world. The out
side of the dome is finished in
gilded panels and rihlied with hun
dreds of incandescent lights, while
the interior is covered with a mag
nificent painting entitled, "The
(iloriticatlou of the Arts ami
On the main floor of the agricul
tural building, is the general cereal
exhibit, and in it every state and
teritory in the Union is represented
together witli a large number of
foreign governments. These im
mense exhibits represent every sjKi'ie
and variety of farm productions
throughout the known world. The
passerby may obtain from those iu
charge a useful stock of knowledge
relative to the soil, methods of plaut
ind and harvesting of these product
ions. In connection with the Penn
sylvania exhibit, is a reproduction on
u large scale, of the lilierty bell made
entirely of various kinds of grains.
Another interesting object shown hy
Pennsylvania is a map of the United
States, 1hx21 feet and made entirely
out of pickles, vegetables etc.
The lakes nnd river are repre
ented by vinegar and the cities by
pices; entire cost of the map was
tl.5,000. In an annex containing
some several acres of floor space, is
shown agricultural machinery of
every description, both domestic and
foreign manufacture. Not only is
I lie latest improved machinery on
exhibition, but specimens showing
the rapid rise and progress of im
provement In this direction as well.
In the Massassuchusetts exhibit Is a
large cumlHTsonc old fashionisl plow,
whose handles were once guided by
One of the most interesting dis
plays on the ground is to lie found iu
electrical building. The structure
itself i of splendid proortinns built
on the Ionic order and containing
lO.ooo panes of glass. Fleetrical
machinery and appliances of every
kind nnd description are here to be
found. France, Fngland, iermany,
Spain, lirazil and Canada, all have
large and interesting exhibits, while
the Fdison, Westinghouse, Ilrush
and Thomson-Huston companies oc
cupy great areas of since. The
application and use of electricity is
shown In electrotyping and electro
plating, In forging and welding
metals, in the construction of the
chronograph telephone, phonograph,
telegraph and telautograph, while in
still another section are electrical
devices for the diagnosis ut disiusc,
and the application of the electric
current to surgery, dentitry and
The fisheries building is comjioscd
of three section circular in shajs', of
the Roman style and surmounted by
graceful turret nnd towers. Perhajs
the most interesting things in con
nection with the fisheries exhibit are
glass iecrvoirs extending in a double
row entirely around the large dome
and separatist from each other by a
corridor fifteen feet in width. These
tanks hold six hundred tons of water
and through the glass sids may U
situ, hundreds of varieties of fishes
each in It own section distorting
themselves in their natural element.
Other exhibits show thw different
methods of catching fish, nets, Imuts,
etc., and also of preparing the fish
for food and commercial purp)ss.
In the horticultural building are
the fruits and flower, in wholesale
quantities. The main court of tlii
building i covens! by a glass dome
17 feet in diameter and II I feet in
height, underneath which is a rfect
mountain of foliage coiiimims of
immense palms nnd ferns, nnd nil
manner of plant, native anil foreign,
tropical nnd senii-trnpical. In this
building I the Oregon exhibit Isith
of green and preserved fruit, the
latter of which attracts equally as
much attention as the former, also
the orange tower, thirty fts-t in
height erected by California grower.
Casks of sparkling wine from the
( nlifornla ' vintage nnd elsewhere,
gorgeous tuli from Holland, and
over lii.noo varieties of orchids, go to
make up this mo-t wonderful uud
The palai-e of mechanic arts or
machinery building Is well named.
In It Is machinery of every siie,
every style and for every uo that
one has ever seen or heard of and
hundreds of varieties which he has
never heforo thought of, from the
monster -Ml is engine to the delicate
i'Kiins which weave the finest silk
into handkerchiefs in the shas) of
a souvenir of the exisieition, while
you stand and wait.
The Alii engine, designed by Mr.
Iteynold, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
is the largest stationary land engine
ever constructed. It Is of 3,000 horse
power, co-.t fs0,ooo, Is quadruple
expansion and weighs three hundred
and twenty-flve ton. It ha four
cylinder, the largest of which Is
7072 Inches and weighs thirty tons.
The fly wheel has a diameter of
thirty leet and a face a foot thick anil
six feet broad. The fly win-el is
constructed of twelve sections, each
section weighing fou.' tons, there are
also twelve arms each weighing one
ton. The shall is a solid piece of
stis-1 seventeen feet long, twenty-one
inches in diameter and weighing
thirty-five tons. When running at
full speed a isiint on the face of the
fly wheel will travel one and one
half milts ht minute. This mar
velous phs-e if machinery is more
than twice as powerful as the famous
Corliss engine, used nt the Centennial
Fngini-s simple and compound,
triple and quadruple expansion,
tandem and double tandem, otic
hundrisl horse swcr to one thousand
horse power . are shown in great
(rent liritain, (iermany, France,
Spain and Russia makes the largest
displays from across the waters.
The miles of .shafting and belting, the
thousands of pulleys, the whirr of
wheels, the hoarse rumbling of the
mammoth engines, the ceaseless hum
of machinery used for forging metal,
for working clay, for making cloth
ing, for printing newspapers at the
rate of !H i,i too copies jier hour, and for
hundreds of other useful purM-s,
makes all in all one of the Is-st iqi
prechitel khows on tho ground. In
the annex are located forty engines
whose aggregate Mwer is equal to
that of 20,000 horses nnd which drive
12- dynamos, furnishing the electric
light and siwer for the entire fair.
In the mines and mining building
are to be ssn chunks of almost pure
copper from Michigan weighing 8,unn
pounds, masses of lead ore from
Missouri weighing 7,000 (loimils, it
shaft of coal seventy-five feet high
from Pennsylvania, a block of the
same material from Washington
twenty-four fis-t long, five f.'t square
and weighing -H,0oq jMiunds. The
Montana silver statuette having a
life size representation of Ada llchan
the actress, and containing $7.',ooo
of silver bullion, standing on a gold
is-distal worth $2."0,0u0. The
Colorado silver queen, representing
a girl 17 years old seated In a silver
barge, the diamond exhibit from
South Africa, guanh-d night anil day
by Zulu soldiers, the statute of liberty
twenty feet high, made out of a
solid bliH'k of salt, and the vast
collection of precious stones, dug from
the bosom of mother earth all go to
show what human ingenuity nnd
industry are doing under the surface
we trend upon, how great a numlier
of our daily wants are supplied from
this direction, what a vnt amount
of labor is required In the various
proo-sses and how prodigious the
vniue oi the proucutious rroni a
commercial standpoint. In this
connection it should lie noted that
the exhibit of coal and minerals from
Australia is second only to that of
the I'nitisl States.
The palace of transportation dilTers
from all the other great buildings
inasmuch a the "Stall" (which is
the technical name of the comM
sition, out of w hich the walls nnd
column of most of the building are
const metis I,) is tinted in various
shades of ml nnd old rone in contra
tistinetioii to the others which are
pure white or ivory tinted.
Tills structure covering ten acres
and costing $.100,000 has n "tlohlen"
door one hundred feet wide nnd
seventy feet high which Is one of
the most gorgisius archit'-ctuml
achievements nt the fair. -Inside
the largest individual exhil
it Is that shown by the Kcthlchen
Iron Works, of South Ilethlchcn,
Pennsylvania. They show nn exact
model of the 120 ton steel hammer
In ue In their works, w hich I the
largest hammer in the world, also a
twelve inch brei-ch loading rifle
carrying a projectile ounds In
weight, also Harveylwsl " nickel
stis l plates ten Inches thick which
have Ns'ii tesk-d by firing A shell
eight inches In diameter weighing
2 "si pound at it. The plnte show
only small indentions but the shells
were ground to Mwder by the eon
tact. Within the wall of this build
ing are to l sn every variety of
vehicle usisl in transortntion,
w hether to he drawn by horses or
oxen or driven by steam on sea or
land. Model of the dozen oldest
railway locomotive, full size, mm.
prise a part of the exhibit made by
the Psiltimore nnd Ohio railroad.
ne of the most interesting feature
consists of the three railway pas
senger train show n reHctivcly by
the Fniteil Stab", tinut liritain and
Canada, and which represent the
crowning jsiint reached in this line.
The American trains are, generally
sjs-aking, very similar nnd lsth differ
very materialy from the Fnglish
trains'. The latter lacks nothing In
elegance of equipment but It ar-
Highest of J1 la Lveninj Power Latest U. S. Gov't Report
1 1 wy o
rangenient I Inferior to ours. The
cars are divlJed into crow aevtlon
each entirely separate from the
other. Fach section w ill accomodate
about a dozen passengers, and the
means of ingress and egress to the
cars are from the side Instead of
from the ends as in our trains. The
Pullmau exhibit of six cars Is w ith
out doubt the most splendid railway
train m existence today. As for
locomotives, France, Fngland and
the Uultcd Slates seem to be about
ou a par. Great liritain shows
models of her ocean lines and war
ships, among them oue, the Ill
fated Victoria, sunk by theCamper
dow n on the coast of Africa. Spain
shows a model of Cordova bridge
which was built while our Savior
was ou earth. Ilut even to enumer
ate the things of interest here would
occupy several editions of Tiik
I.MiKl'KMiK.N T. Next week, manu
factures and lilM-ral art, the gallery
of fine art nivl the convent of 1m
lhibida. C. F. Kim it.
"FROM A Vk R OFF."
Moi'mmvii.i.k, W. Va., Oct. 1.
Thinking it may Interest some of
your reader to read a line from
West Virginia, I write you. I had
a very pleasant trip across tho conti
nent. We had delightful weather,
and the scenery was Just grand. V
came through several Indian reser
vations, among them the Flat Heads,
who were in the midst of their har
vesting, one would extect to at
fine buildings where there was such
vast fields of grain, but the homes
were smull and the teepees Invari
ably toxl close to the house with
the utable near by. This land ap-
p-ared to lie very productive rolling
prairie. A gentleman coming ou
board nt one of the stations said he
had passed through their reservation
that day, and he informed us that
we could not hh? the finest of their
land. I thought if only the white
man had it, what fine buildings
would soon spring up. When we
passed through the Sioux country, I
thought of our gallant (lenernl Cus
ter and his brave soldiers, who had
Si"nt only one day nt the fair, but
will stop as I return. The thing
that interested me most was our
"Liln rty Hell." One can not look
on that nnd sec the old lncrl41on
on it without feeling very jatrlotic.
There are four Philadelphia jkjI ice
men with it, who guard it day and
night. No ono is allowed to touch
it but so many have written about
the fair that I will desist.
I nm having a splendid time visit
ing among my old friends. Mounds
vlllc has progressed nm! Is still Im
proving very much. There ems to
he a thrift nnd push about this town
that one seldom sees these hard times
in a town of this size, The West
Virginia uenitc.ii.Lry In here, It Is
a mngnlficient structure built of West
Virginia stone. I have not visited
it as they prohibit visitors unless one
has n friend there, nnd ns I nm not
so fortunate, or rather unfortunate, I
could not enter. They have nil kinds
of manufacturing going on inside the
wall. The mills In this vicinity nre
starting nnd there are several oil
wells going down. They nre laiild
ing a new hank, although there nre
two here already, nnd astonishing to
sny, neither of thein has suspended,
also a building association, which Is
in a thrifty condition. Home of your
reader will know all n I suit these
places. The old lturly farm Is all
laid out in lots nnd they are building
fine housts) ou them, it is built up
all the way to the ennip ground on
the . Woodbum farm. Homes are
built nearly out to the Curtis farm.
All alsiut the penitentiary Is bqilt
up with fine residences. A more
beautiful place could not lie found
than the camp ground near this
plai-e. It Is laid oft In streets like a
small city, and it I a great summer
resort.1 The annual canipmeeting al
ways' takes place in August. Sam
Jones wn there this year and drew
immense crowds ns he always does.
The temperance people have a taber
nacle on the camp ground, nnd often
have rousing temiierancc meetingsi
Then seems to lie an improving'
spirit all over this country. The old
churches have given plai to new
oiks large and comfortable. Old
school houses have been replaced by
larger and modernized ones, and the
Mads are all Is-ing graded and im
proved. The stnsts of this town are
pa veil with brick, and roads near
town are being macadamised.
O.x Thk Wiu.
Following are given the areas of
the several counties of Oregon, a
ascertained and declared for the pur
pose of npM)rtionment and distribu
tion of the United Htafc land sales
fund, in mvordance with the acts of
the last legislature, which show a
total of iJ0,!')7,Tisi acres for the state j
Raker . . .
Curry . . .. .
Ifcmulaa . .
Grant ... .
Harney . . .
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1.477. 1 JO
Morrow . . . .
I n mo . . .
Waaro . .
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. Al. 1,91X0
Follow ing Is a r-sirt for school In
district No. si( f,,r month ending
Octots-r , Isy.l. No. of days taught,
20; No, of days attendance, M7; No.
times tardy.ti; whole No. enrolled,
81; average attendant, ;. Those
iiunctual in attendant' nre Adolph
lonzaik, Julia llonzaik, Irene
Yoor.g, Feho Jamts, llenrie Mohr,
Willie Mohr, Clarence Young, Kufus
Oarlliigtou, Josie Hey wood, Susie
Unrlingtoii, F.tta Schloltiiiau, Minnie
Mohr. The visitors were Messrs. A.
Hey wood, .. llon.iak and James
ltridkres, dim-lor; Professor Stanley,
county sueriiiten,int; Willie Hale,
Mrs. Wigstead. Mis Milton, Mrs.
Carter. Myrtle lielieu, Mr, llonzaik,
Antonia llonzaik, Anna llonzaik,
Minnie HeywiNsI, Tho. F. Corneli
us, Mrs. A. F. James, Mrs. Job, Mrs.
.Mohr, Mr. Pate, Mi Pate.
Fmma C. CoitNKi.irs,
IUrklrn'4 truli-a Salve.
The l-.t salve in the world for
Cuts, Ilrulses, .Sores, Ulcers, Halt
Rheum, I 'ever Sores, Tetter, Chnpll
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, nnd all
Skin eruptions, ami iMMitivelv cures
11 lea, or no pay minimi. It is guar
antissl to give erfoct satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 2. cents per
box. ror sale by llillsisiro I'linr-
In tho Cirooit Court of l'i Htu of Un-guii
lor wiixiiiiiuum nianty.
Cartte Ewartak, plaintiff,
Geo. F.nieiiek. dfndntit. j
To Oeo. Kuieriok, tu no'irv-naiufsl defend
I N ttuiuaiucor tli Hint or Orrffno, you
1 am borvii required to npuvar and ana
wer tho ooiuplninl nlftl aeainst jron in tba
ahova entitled eourt and nnnse, on or before
Moudar, tbe J.'ih dsr of November. lsxi.
tbat beiuit tbe Drat day of tbe ant term of
tbe a hove rutiilrd eourt next aaaoeediDg tbe
expiration oi ait wraka publioatiou of
tbia auniiuou upon you. If von fail eu to
appear and auawer tbe plaintiff will apply
to tbe ooart for tbe relief deiuauded in tbe
complaint, to-wit: A diasolution of tbe
bonda of luatriiuuur eiistina between the
plaintiff and dxft-ndnnt.aiid tbat tbe plaintiff
be allowed to reaaiue uer maiden name.
'I'biaainuni'Hia i ordered to be pnbliabed
in tbe HiUsboro Imukpnubnt, a weekly
newspaper putilmbed in liillaboro. Warh-
inutou eonnty, Ureuon, fur aix full weeka
by order of Judi(e 'l'. A. MnHride, juJue of
tbe oIhito Of urt, made tbe Hrd day of Octo
ber. lsi.1. O. o. HOI.MAN.
Itf-ifi Attorney for plaintiff.
In the Clmait Coart of tbe Htateof Oregon,
tor n aaniUKf m uonnty.
Emma White, plaintiff, )
George White, defendant
To George White, the above named de
fendant: I N the name of the Htate of Oregon, you
1 are uen-tiy rrqnirrd to ainiear in the
abort named Court, in tbe above entitled
wit. and anawer the complaint tbereiu
filed against yon, by tbe 517th day of Novem
ber, lsicl, which la the flrat day of tbe next
term of aaid Court following the eipiration
of the time preaoribed for tbe publication of
tbia anmmona, and if you fail an to anawer
for want thereof, tbe plaintiff will apply to
tbe Court fur the relief demanded in aaid
oouiplaint, to-wit: Tbat the marriage and
marriage contract now existing between
you and tbe plaintiff be uieaolved, and for
judgment against you for tbe ooeta and dia
bnraemenla of tbia auit, and that auob
other and further decree may be made at
may lie eqnitable.
'Ibis auminona ia publiahed agalnat yon
by virtue of an order made and dated tbe
llth day of October, 1HS.1. by Hon. T. A.
McHride, judge of tbe above named Court.
20-31 THOH. H. TONOl'K,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Ia I be Circuit Coart of the Stale of Oregon,
for Waahington County,
it. M. Watta, plaintiff,
John Wilfront, K. lleckalead, N. 0. Lilly f
and W. 8. Her. defendant )
To K. Ueckalead, one of the above named
IN the name of the Htate of Oregon, yon
ant hereby required to appear in the
aloe ntnied Court and auawer the com
plaint Hied against yon in the above eutitled
nit by Monday, tbe 27th day of November.
IMtKl, wbib ia the ttrat day of the term of
aid Court fol'owing the expiration of the
ttuie preeoi ioed for the publication of Ihia
ainmona. And if you fail ao to anawer, for
want thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the
Court for the relief Ibereier-prayed for, to
wit: That a certain deed made bv John
Wiltrout and wife in your tavor, dated
Anguat llth, ISSM, and recorded on page 83
of book !W of Keoorda of Deeds for Waah
ington eonnty, Oregon, fur the eoiuhweat I
of lection IU. township 1 north, rauge 4 weal
Willamette Meridian, lie aet aaide ai fraud
ulent and void aa again the plaintiff, and
that aaid land be aold to p.iy the olmai of
plaintiff a aet f ttb in the oom plaint, and
ine ooeta anu aiaonreewenta or tbia rait;
and that alien other and further decree be
made aa may be equitable.
'1 bit anmmona ia eerved upon yon by pub
lication in pursuineeof an order made by
Hon. 'I'. A. McHride, lodge of the above
named Court, made and dated on the llth
day of I kc'olier. 1 !.!.
:il 111 THOM AS II. TONGl'E.
Attorney for t'laintiff.
fll Kit. IK I-" HAI.K.
nTeir'ne of an eieentiou iaaned ont of
Ibe County Court of tbe Htate of Ore
Bon, fur Waahinirton oonuty, in fnvirr of K.
Chailwrn and auainat Julia K. Oomlie and
A. P. Wilkea, for the aura of fJMSirJ U. H
sold coin with iuterett thereon at the rate
of 10 per Or n I. per annum, from tbe Ath day
of lfelrnary. I.rj, and for tbe farther anm
of flK.HA. eoata, and for $J..U attorney
feea. and for tbe ml and eipenaea of aale
and of aaid writ.
Now, then fore, by virtue and in pervu
anee of aaid judgment, I will, on Monday,
tbe l.lth day of Noreralter, l'.i:t. at theaonlh
door of the C'ourthoii-w, in ililUlatr... Waah
Iretnn ecunty. Oreiron, at tbe hoar of In
oolork A.M. .of aaid day. aell at pohllo
auotiim to the biuheat bidder for ea.b, tbe
foil .wine-deaorila-d real pruperty, to-wit:
Meainiii'ig at a point on the earn line of tbe
laaae I eiwy d mation lanH elaun, iu lown
atnp a north of raqje 4 weat of Willamette
Meridian, in Waebinirton eonnty. Oregon,
S.lili't chain aouib of tbe northeaat eorner
of aaid liry claim; tbenoe weat lil.n?
ehain tu tbe center of tbe county road:
tbenoe Booth 1" devree ;to minute eaat in
aaid eonnty road a 4a ehaina; thenoe eaat
M M ctiaiue to the eaat line of aaid liaey
elaiiu; tbenc north on Midea-t line of aid
claim 7.. rhaina to tbe place of heein
diuh. eunUinina J-Iiai aorea, to aatiafy
tbe hereinliefore named anm. ami for lb
eneta and rinruwe of aaid aale. 8id prop
erty will be a ld "utijot to redemption aa
peratatute of O evn.
Witneaa my hand Ihia llth day of Octo
ber, !.. H. p. KOK1).
JO-'M HtirneT of Waahinvlou Canty, Or.
.w(lrf of Hnwl Wttlrntf n.
N OTICE la hereliy niren that the nnder
auned ha. filed bi final aoeonnt aa
adniiniatrabtr of the eatateof Hieuben Com
mine, deceanrd. in the County Court of the
Htate of Oretfon, for Waabinatna tvmnty,
and that aaid ennrl baa appninteel Monday
tbe lltb day of Norember, li al 10 o'elork
A. M , aa tne lime for hearing objection to
ueh final aeooaot and for tbe aettlement
tbeieof. J. H. C. THoMHlwIN,
Adminietrator of tba eatate ef H ten ben
Cammina, deawaaedT l-'.'i
HILLSBORO BRICK CO.,
rrilK yard. of the HU.I.SIiOKO BK1CK IU ""ZftXli
1 m the houth part of Town, and have for aale tbe very beet of MI.U h.
which will beeuldat the yard or delivered
AT REASONABLE RATES.
Inquire at the Vnrsl el F. JI. KKlXiV.tir .f Onnrr.
4 AS. II. SEWELL, Proprietor.
Careful irvl.ion b ex s-rience-l phyaiciatw! Aa iiriie .li-jH n-iie; I v ,,,i
elent auil painttakinx pliarmaciM !
i to u ...l.m. lid .IriiM fmiii llie most rt)iul'le tnrtti n I .o I n r r s
I ue iini'.istn rittitivT '"
onlv, and ilhonighlv eiipplitsl with every
ins a tirst-clas (.restripuoii ou.iuew. mo - -- -
....-.... r.,vMl luir,t reiiietlie. are tfuulintially belug ad.l.sl to llif -l.s k a- llu o n, .
of ineduine and phiirina.-v a.lvaissf. Heiug p.eed of pet ulhir udrantngea in .in-ilia-.ing
its auiiplies, on ing Iu its busiiie- rule of Ijking tr ule di-suiiils l..rni-li fi. lu
the best hoiiM-s, the retail priiv are oMierquenlW loer than ll- -I ni'l -li-t -i.Mi.g
dniK.lores. ... nvie
All the leailing artii'ie. oi rniuoiit - --. .. .... .
I'ERKl'MKsf, TU1LKT AKT1CLKS, iJKl JsMKs, tIMNtiKS, t II ., iov ,,.,.llv .
A laree ami eitvlleiit a-aorliuent of UPKX'TACI.K-S and KY K- H. "F i-
uiao on baud.
I'ATKXT MEI!C'ISKS of all popular kind al wave in ai.s k.
The linest VINKand I.Itl'OKS aiipplied in vaMNuf sicknese m pre ii.ti.,,
THE HILLSBORO PHARMACY,
Union Block, .... Hillsboro, Oregon.
IF YOU WANT TO HIRE
Cily livery Stable
Where you will find the Het Teams that ran he hail
EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS.
flood Teams, flood Hussies and flood Drivers.
Cor. Second and Washington 8ts.
.. FIVE OAKS ..
I have suh-divlded the Five Oaks Farm
into lots of 10 and 20 acres in m-cIi
. manner that each tract fronts a road.
. TERMS OF SALE TO SUIT PUKCIIASEK
This Suh-divisioii Is 5 miles east from
Hillsboro and 12 west from Portland.
The land is natural prairie, no there is
no expense for grubbing.
Masonic Temple, -
Are now making a First-Class
STOCK AND COMMON BRICK
.. at their ..
WORKS, near ... NORTH SIDE ADDITION
N OTICE la hetehy siren that the nnder
iimed ha Uii-ii dill anuoiutad u.
oulrix nt tbe laat will and twttainent of Wn,
H. A. Pollard, deneasnd, and baa dulv qual
ified In tue t'oanlT 1-ourt of the State of
wreRou, fur rkIiidkiou oonnlv. All rer
aona, therefore, harms clnima noainiit the
eatale of aaid Wm. 11. A. l'ullnrd are brre-
bf required to preavnt them Willi the proper
niuolieni, to me. at Hie law ofllce of Tuna
H. lonune, iu Hillabnro. Waaliinirton
oonntr, tlreuon, within aix tuondia from
me uate nerenr.
HillalKm, Octol-er 4, 1WO.
I'-t-Xi JOHANNA H II. LAUD.
NOTICE ia hereby siren that the nnder-
11' UJ U).
rVmntr (nrt of tbe htaUi of Oregon, tor
Waehinirinn Muni. .1 . . n .t . ... ... . i
eataU of Hamnel t'.' Haider, lately doeaed.
nn iraii oa yiiii ciaima asatimt aaid
eatate will preeeD tho aaine to tne at tbe
otUoe of 'I boma 1. Haniphrera, in Hilla
boro, Oreifon, wilhm aix innntba from thia
date, and all peranna knowinc thetnelrMi
w .i. rn.m. wm ninae inimeui-
atepariueot. J. C rOKKY.
Aduiiniatratr of the eatale of Hamnel 0.
nuiuer, uroeated. ;
I Y rirtne of an order and deore of the
mm uiuoiTumnoi rtaabinifton county
Oreson, made and entered Octolier 3, llf.M.
aathvnaitur and direuiins me to make aale
of the real eatate lieloniiii0 to the eitate of
William .Hell, deceased, I will, on Haturday
tbe 4tb day of Noreiob-r, !., at the hour
of 1 o dock of aaid dar, at the aonlh door
of the Ceurtbouae.in Hilldmro. Oreson, aell
al publio auotion to the h.sheat bidder, the
followinit-deaoribed real uropejty. to-wit-
I beea.t half of the norlbweat quarter of
ection 4. townabip 1 north, ranse 4 weat of
the WillHinrlle Mendiau. in Waabinston
Connlr, Oreiron. Term of anle. one-third
of tbe pnrchaw priee eah in hand, one
tbird in one yar. and on third in twj
yeara. punhaaer harms the privil.se of
parins more otwh if he deairea. Inferred
piytuenta to bear interest at Hie rale of II
per tul.pr annum, and to I anred by
mortsase umn the land aold. Conveyan
ce to Im at the eiienae of the purrhaaer
I'aled at Hillaboro, Or .thiaOrt. fi, lifNI
, . W. 1 WM1),
Adminialrator of the eetate of William llell
Xtllre le rrmfn.
lli.., ,b'"J"1 ChmU" Wb"-
IWelre fllll-0P..n mm . - ...
. . ------ --- 1..1117 or mirt
.bMU aame breed, alau nn. fmi I
WTn".i ',n- '"""Hi on the
ill S. l-jve pleaae an.wer thin nolioe.
- "irir nuurea. eo 1 Mn ca I
and are tbe atock. Ad.lreaalo
T, o. HENitin.
1 bird and Waebinirton atreet. i, eonnoil
Imildins. rooma T.i ...a 91 u...., j ..'
" ,milu, 1 IT.
pwil W. .i.,.., fw. Pmrh WonU.
' a itoea. and a honae an.i l... u, .
lawn. All eaod h,n...i r 000 "
erty. No inenmbrance. Worth a i-.iPui'!T
. - r: euniyation, amall
Wr.!l jTrn- " ,h "ni, Hiliaboro.
... uKiniumue. No com-
mieaion. no nmu i.u ... :.
tieulara. 1 (Jr4. K. EAI K B A N IKS,'''
. : , .
reqtu-ite nettssmry lr prow , U , , ,(u. t
A GOOD LIVERY TEAM
- Hillsboro. Oregon.
STOCK BRICK CO.
Xotlreef Flnnl N4ttleiuiit.
N il 1 ICK ia hereby eivn that the tmjor
aisned executor of the lam will nnd
teatament of Jaoob Heaw. (Iithhim.,I, Imi
aeoonnt for final atileni-nt in the Count y
(iourt of tba Htite of Oroii. for Wahms'
tn eonnty. and that aaid court ht tUe.l
Monday, tbe tub day of November. i;f".l. nt
thenonrtbonoeofaaid cminty, nt III n'olm-k
K. M. of aa'd day aa the tune and place for
Ibe Bnal bearing of aaid matter and tbe
aettlement o' aaid eatale.
Dated October :i, l.l.l. pi ":t
t E. HI-S4E.
tiecutor of the laal will and tatamenl of
Jnooli Heaae, dnoeaand.
TILL ba rroeired nntil Thnr.lay, No-
veraber Irtb at o'clock V. il.nl Ihti
ranty clerk' office, in Hillaboro,
for the couAruotmn of a hndire acria the
creek at (iaiton to re plane old bruise; nl
r bridye and fill weal of He.rerton. at tho
1 .huam plaoe. I'lauaand iiificalion. at
aonnir clerk' office on and after Octola-r
lh, lIUKi. Hy order of the Comity Court.
,':s County Jud'e.
Kotlre f Final Srtllr-nif nt.
N' O riCR U hereby siv.n that A. Ilh
adminiatralor of the ealnte of C. W.
Hart, deeeaaed. ba filed hi. nnal anconnt
aa aanb admuuatraKir in the County Court
of tbe hue of Oreson tt Waahinstoii
nonntr. ami that c. 1 ,
djiy. N,reaUrllth. lw.1,1, at tbe courtroom
1 u m '"'leboro mamtyand tt
aforeeaiil. at th hn-. ... ,. . . .
, , , vi tv u oioca a. .11 .,
a ?'J.a"T " d place for the
.luk anu in aiteiunt of aHi. I
Hillaboro. Ootober 5, 11.1.
t . A- "OU MAN,
Adininialrrtor of the ealr.u of l W. Hart.
;Mtrj r Fiiml Hfntptiirnt.
VO I ICK I hereby siren tbnt Ihe under-
X. V lluluil h--ai...i... ..
,t u "ei omiiv 1 .nrt or
tbt NUI. Ill I lM.h. .... UJ .-L.. .
biannal aocmnta, adiniuiatnit.w, with tho
ill annexed, of tbe eatate of II. J. kwnan,
deaeaaed. and that aaid Conrt bn appointed
rr,?.r,1"r 'h I'lthday of Noreuili.,. l-:.:l,
atldo el.wk A. M., a.tlietiine for heanns
Mei.ldHrti.nMtoaaid ,, nc0ml ,nd fr
tba ataieiuenl thereof.
appttlntmrnt of AdmlnUt rater.
N OTICE i hereby siren tbnt Ibe nn.lc
limed ha. 1 n .1,. 1. .. .. . 1 . . ..
"i..ly (Vmrtrf the Mate of Oretron. for
!".Vn " '"'i"'i"'r.ilor of the
eat,u.of Hr-a. I, Cn.Hl.le. deren.,), ,!
iliat be ha. ilnl .i.i.mu 1 L . ,,
...... .1 ' n. an por-
ona, thr.f brms Haiina nunWHl axi.l
.. . urreoy rn red to pr.M-llt Ihetil,
Willi tne pr..pf y,, !. ,,., , , nt ytrnt
Natio i,,,k of ertii.ir.ro, o,et.... or at
H ,M 1" ",B "' "''" " I Ill-lie. Ill
Hillalaw... V..,s. ,,.. ur,
1 .? ? ""'""' "I Uied.l e here..!.
IlilUhoru, O eso ., ! , .!, ., ; . , ;
J. W. MHt IK.
IMaawlnlUn of ( '.',r"t"ner".hlV.
'PHP. firm nf liankiii A Galea. .mil 1111.
I 1. !'1U ''""'"e- Under Hie l.i.ne of
l.iS'it Jt WMterCmipanr. I.., 11,1. ,ar U-en.
by mninl e,M,,,t, ,i,,ed All obl.sa
ihHia of the flnn are aiimed by. and all
lit. d ie them are p.vii.le to, th- Hill
bor.. r.e:no l. sht . WnterC.i.
llul-lKini, Oresmi thitob-r n. I'tl
. . I MAN KI N.
70 "- II. . GAI1.3.