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Hll.l-Wllollo ITIII.IMHINU CO., fruprisUif.
). M C. MAl'LT, Editor.
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FRIDAY, (M.TOliKH 20, iH'J'i.
U'JA T THESES A TE IS DOISU.
The United State senate U in
tdxmt theiwiiiH dun the man who
hud hold of a bear and could not let
ko. The friend of rejeul cloned
their wide of the debute neverul day
ko, but the nllver sides well, they
elided their arguoieoU about the
samo time, though they are Dow re
hashing the Htory and consuming
time with obstructive motions. Hen
ators make Him-clies using tiresome
- treatises which they find in print,
but which they have read by clerks,
thus Having or resting their own
wcarli-d voice. For further rent one
w ill raise the oint of "no quorum,
and tiien himself refuse to vote w as
to break the quorum. And ft demo
cratic presiding ofilcer following
democratic premlcnt allows it. Con
tluuous mchhioiih fulled and now re
cesses are resorted to for furthering
business. For the last two day no
xvhe on the recal bill have been
made. The time ha been consumed
with roll calls, no quorum, and an
attempt to have member retorted
present on the Journal, notwlth
hliiniliiig tliey refused to answer when
their name were called, though in
This state of affair Is the result of
that long established custom which
x rmltted full and exhaustive debate
of all question of legislation coming
before this hitherto most august leg
islative assembly. liut from that
high place of reHect and reverence
it is last descending to bu thu Juugh
Jug stock of the etty nation. We
Jeered at Kngland last summer when
her house of common indulged in
disgraceful fisticuffs, but would it be
worse for our senate to have a free
tight tiian to carry on a now ?
No one seems to be talking com
promise now, except the unlimited
coinage party uor do they offer com
promise on the main question. In
deed every scheme so far broached
ha somewhere in it whut i practic
ally unlimited silver coinage. It I
the battle of 18!0. Democrat arc
for free coinage or nothing; that is,
the majority of the party in congress,
An attempt is making to enthrone
King Caucus, for they know without
the aid of republicans, the flat money
party have the majority, and they
expect to use the party lash as of old
Mill, of Texas, say he will not ho
Hound by the eaucu.
We, as a nation, must continue to
use sliver n we have done in the
past, and we must have a limited
coinage to prevent contraction of the
currency, and to maintain the pres
ent ratio of circulation. For, without
mich coinage there will be a contrac
tion, iii(!e many coin are lout, some
are carried to foreign countries, and
more are used iu the art. And, too,
by the free coinage of gold, the ratio
of the two kinds of coin I disturbed
The t niggle in the Senate is uu
Mcemly, but If carried to an end, the
currency question will be put in a
w ay of settlement that will be final
and with it Home other matter that
might a well be determined now
lhe Mctrcary Chinese exclusion
bill panned the house of represcnta
tives on Monday last with Ueary'i
amendment. The bill, a passed
extends the provision of the Geary
law six month, defines Chinese
laborer and Chinese merchant
make mandatory photographic iden
titicafion, requires marshal to carry
order for dcitortation, and excludes
Chinamen convicted of felony from
MrmiHsion to register. (Jeary de
clare that the bill a tascd 1 tx-r
ftM'tly satisfactory to the cotwt, ami
if enforced at the expiration of the
time, will settle the Chinese problem
ThosA who de-nut will not ! able to
transfer their registration certificates,
and in the course of time all will
disapjHiir from these shore. The
administration is also satisfied with
the bill, so Chairman McCroary, of
the foreign affairs committee, avers,
The old jM.litical epithet, "dough
face," ha again Ihcii applied. Hon
telle, of Malue, revive the word
though It 1 claimed that John Ran
tlolph, "Randolph of Roanoke," first
usod It. lhe ortltography of the
word a used a few day
sunt in the house, uncivtain
though in a ns cither i applicable
If Aelled "doughfinv," a plastic ton
dition of the Individual so designated
I undcrsbxid mushlncMH, even w-
untied to tlw verge of poltroonery.
If "iIih'W i lik'snt it is under
stood to apply to the timid, shrink-
ing creature, who fears hi own
shadow, and flee at the loud laying
of the silver-sided hound. There
seem tt quite a numlier of that
class of statesmen in the senate.
There I excuse for losing one's pa
tience, when senator sit in the
fhamlx-r and break a quorum by
pairing with an alwentee, or refusing
to vote. Of what account is the
power to comjcl the attemlanee of
tncmU-rs, If their corporeal presence
lias to U supplemented by sound.
Which I the senator, his boby or hi
voice? The democratic theory that
a representative must utter word
Isfort he can be counted for a quor
um, I a vicious one.
A freight train has been put on the
Portland-Oregon City electric road.
The reieal senator have no further
speeches to utter. The talk U now
cou fined to the silver bides.
The United Htates consul at Amoy,
China, I a Chinaman. Strange that
some orthodox democrat doesn't try
for the place.
. Dubolsei a silly mimic w hen he
hIU in the senate and refuses to vote.
If an obstructionist can't be original
he should not olmtruct. The seDate
newls a Tom Iteed In the vice-presi
dent's chair for a few hours.
Allen, of Nebraska, 1 not a pachy
derm after all. He anger when sen
ator characterize hU 8eech as a
frivolous time waster. Teller, too,
Is tired of being criticised by the
ore. Well, he should close his
It is feared that those who are
holding wheat for an advance are
making a mistake. The report
comes that a sufficient quantity of
wheat can be easily secured to supply
all the tonnage now in port. If that
I so, prices will have to drop before
more shiita will be attracted this
Morgan, of Alabama, in the senate
a few days ago used that old thread
bare rhetorical figure, "If I must die,
here I will die like an honorable
man at my post." Hill, of New
York, had heard like statement by
men who were going " to die in the
last ditch," but he had pcrsonul
knowledge that "there were many
of them left."
The Marshal county Alabama
News I authority for the statement
that the receipts by the county treae
urer for the past year ha been from
all source $18137.85 and expend!-
turcM$11778.7H, leaving a balance of
5.15.07 on hand. At the beginning
of the year there wan $U3.V84 In the
treasury, from which it appears that
durinir the vear there ha been a net
gain of $299.2.". There are several
counties In Orecon that can't muk
quite so good a showing.
IKOX THE WORLD'S FAIR.
gpMial to ih IsDiriMDrsT. '
The palace of manufactures and
liberal arts 1 of the Corinthian style
of architecture, and a I have be.
fore stated, 1 the largest building
ever constructed by man.
beven minion feet or lumber was
used in the floor alone, and it took
five carload of nail to fasten it
down. The building would hold the
entire standing army of Rums la
Within it could bo placed side by
side 1000 cottages, each 2.'xo0 feet.
It cost $1,000,000, and the exhibits
collected In it are worth fifty times
that amount. Two great hall each
fifty feet in width, run through the
building and cross each other at right
angle In the center, thus dividing it
into four great section which in turn
are crossed and re-crossed by ninety
other halls, twelve feet in width
The aisle running lengthwise with
the structure i called Columbia Av
enue. Thirty flights of stairs twelve
feet wide lead from the main floor to
the galleries, which contain ten acres
of floor space. The roof is over two
hundred feet from the floor, and
may be reached by four elevator.
Front the promenade on the roof
the view Is most inspiring. At one's
feet are the mighty structures of the
white city, with it broad avenues
and Mtr4tw linixl with thu tnult(it.l..u
-- - - - ' ........ .. .... . I. I.IUIItlU.IV T,
IU acres of flower and shrubbery
and It placid lagoons spanned by
l..w.n- u..u.,ni ,'
graceful bridge. To the South is
Washington Park, to the West, the
smoke rising from ten thousand fac
tories and furnace, and circling
around a thousand spires and sky
scraping st rue tun-, denotes the loca
tion of the "city of destiny," the sec
ond in size and commercial Import
ance on the western hemisphere. In
front it Ike 'lchliran, dotteil with
tho whiti-iung nail of a numberless
fleet, and aa the fleecy mists iu the
distance are driven away by the
wind, the eye can ace far across the
waters, forty mi leu away the Michi
gan Hhore line.
The building has four great en-
trancea in the ehaiie of triumphal
areheseach forty feet wide ami elhtv
fe't high. The Interior of this col
w ' - w
ossal structure may be likeuetl to a
gn-at city, wjth its streets and ave
nues, it pavilions aud houscrt nileil
with rich and rare productions, aud
aflordingat a bird'ii eye view, the
degree of proficiency which has liecn
reached by almost every nation on
the globe in all that pertains to man
ufactures and liberal arts. The
building Ik lighted by electricity
from arc lights hung from five great
chandeliers, or more procrly speak
ing, cuviroiiers, each seventy-five
Oa t In diameter ami being the largest
ever constructed. These are sus
pended l.V) feet from the floor, and
they give a light ciual to that of one
J n the center of the building w here
the two great haJIs intersect, is the
clockowcr, one hundred and twenty
leei nign. 1 lie clock ha four face.
i-ach seven feet in diameter, and le-
Ing seventy feet from the floor.
Above the dial Is a chime of bells,
w iiicn announce time and play every
hour. This clock is aelf.wlnding, is
run by electricity and la connected
by a w re direct with the naval oh-
scrvalory at Washington, Ii. ('., thus
giving absolutely correct time.
j no extensive exhibits of the
nltcd Htates, Great Britain, France.
Germany, Austria, Russia, Canada,
Australia and of other countries, all
race on the main aisle, and represent
ttie Highest styles of architecture,
iccorating and fre-coing. In front
of the German pavilion is a garden
surrounded by a high fence Isnten
by hand out of wrought iron. Noth
ing at the fair is more beautiful than
the front of this pavilion, the garden
filled with costly Jewel cases, and the
tapestries aud orcelain painting by
Germany's tiumt famous artists.
The Austrian exhibit Is specially
rich in Hrcelain and pottery va.-s,
statuctis, etc., lluUlu tl iu gold un I
silver front the royal work in Vi
enna, while France, Germany and
England follow dourly w ith similar
wares. Some idea of the value of
these production may be obtained
when it is stated that a single vuse is
valued at IJO.Ooo, while the whole
amount of it shown Is worth -',Hh))-OW.
The most valuable exhibits at the
fair are those of Tiffany and Gorman,
leweler and silver smiths of New
York city. They occupy a booth in
manufacturer' building, which of
itself cost 100,000, and which is filled
with gold and silver ware and all
manner ol precious stones of almo-t
prlceleM value. Resting ou n re
volving velvet case three feet long Iu
dazzling brilliancy are fl,nno,noo
worth of diamonds. In the saint
case, fastened to a revolving pin, its
ray piercing and Hashing like a sun,
is one of the most magnitlcient dia
mond in the world. It is an inch
and a half In diameter, and it would
take $100,0(10 or cold cash to purchase
The Remington Tyowrilcr Com
pany have a largo exhibit, and also
show the first Columbian souvenir
half dollar struck oil, for which they
paid 1 10,000.
The display of woolen goods and
silk fabric by the United Hlate Is
not surpassed by that of any other
in lno ' mion are some
Korgeou dresses, the creation ol
worm, wnicti attract the attention
" uri?"K ",'r,s ,,r ""
mma, japan, uie islands or the sen,
" "' """trul American
tt U represented, each show
mff " I:uiiur productions in the
line of manufactured goods, and to
attempt to enumerate them would
be an endless task. Among the
thousand attractions In this building
are a microscope costing $sooo, made
in Munich; the Yerkes telescope,
costing $.00,(MI0, a gift to the Uni
versity of Chicago, and the Catholic
educational exhibit, which Is second
to none at the fair. In this structure
i a world of Itself, consisting of the
beautiful, the rare and costly things,
and the useful article which enter
Into our dally life, and which make
the closing year of the ninteentli
century me most splendid of all its
A this world's exposition is a
record breaker in many resjxi ts, so
it I in regard to the art gallery. It
la an unquestionable fact, that never
before since the "morning stars sang
together" ha there ever lcen such a
vast collection of the master produc
tion of the world's high art, Includ
ing tintings, sculpture bronze and
statues, brought together a are here
The building Itself is a noble speci
men of art, it every outline an illus
tration of the Ionic order of
architecture, of the most chaste and
classic style. Its greatest lentrth is
1100 feet, and it greatest width Is
1500 feet, while the dome Is sur
mounted by a colossal representation
of the famous figure, the "winged
victory." The building is fire-proof,
rki 1 1 1 w mkiil.ii.,t,u . . t !.!.. I. 1 i
and stair, audi intended to remai
a a permanent fixture In Jackson
park. If tho Portland exposition
building was one vast art gallery, it
would not begin to be a large as this
one at t hicairo. There are alwnd
200 piece's &( the Portland gallery, of
which only one, Custer's Last Rally,
1 of any size or imiiortanae. At
Chicago, 10,000 piece of art from the
?.rld'8 greet the eye.
Many of the paintings an. three times
ai large as the Custer picture, and
hundreds are etpial to It in size. To
make this collection the roval pal
aces of KuroH- have lai n ransnckt-d.
From the regal residence of the auto
cratic ciar, comes the Cossack's Ans-
11 l"no. ' '".vrne, ny .Miemr-
,u,MKy an" ou,, rs-
From the royal galleries of Loudon
The well-known firm of J. M.
dissolution of copartnership. The
IS complete in every resect, anil they
and their sterling line of Oregon-made
Cheviots, Meltons, Kerseys.and Tweeds; 100 lines of overcoats i
i lona.rs and Tweeds; 7o lines of trousers in every conceivable pattern: ',0
lines of knee pants suits of all grades;
la all the stock consists of
wmcn suoniii nor ! n..ot....i.,.i ,.
. . . . a.
"'wuu, l lie
goods of one price.
in. .uu,, nine
old for cash only.
the louvre at Paris, from the Prince
of Wale collection anil from Wind
sor castle, the home of Ouccn Vic
toria, from ino.it of the galleries In
our own country and private ivl
lection of our wealthy citizens, from
South America, the Wes of the sea,
the far off Orient, and ttie cold
latitudes of Norway, as well as from
sunny Italy and romantic Spain
come these treasure of art, spread
out to the view of admiring millions.
Almoft every noted artUt or sculptor,
whether living or dead Is here repre
sented. The United Statu shows
nearly 8,000 pie-ev, Frane-e and Eng
land 1,000 each, Germany 8.'0, Au.r
tria 100, llclgium 2S7, Ilruz.il loo,
Cauada 200, Denmark 17s, Holland
4no, Japan 3'0, Mexico ion, New
South Wale 230, Norway 100, Rus
sia, 130, Spain 200, Sweeden 138, the
Society of Polish Artist 13o and
Italy oiK). While in point of number
the United State leads, yet in great
ness of subjects, iu design, iu tine
lies of finish, and boldness of execu
tion, in coloring and grouping, the
work of French, English, Spanish,
German, Russian, Polish and Italian
artists tire unapproachable. To even
give the names of the famous artists
or the title- of their master piece
would be beyond the limits of thin
article. To give a technical descrip
tion of even a few of the great paint
ing would consume too much of
space'. There are hundreds of can
vasses which reflect grind credit uH)ii
the artist and which alone- arc well
worth the Journey to Chicago to see.
C. E Kin n r.
OltEtiOX AUKIt l l.ll HiL (Ol.LH.i:.
dpxciul to Tui iNuirisuiNr.
The fall term of school for the ses
sion of lMM-iUat the State Agricul
tural College, opened September '1.
The classt,1 were organizeil and the
ti'jtrLr if (Im ixtol la run tint f. .1 1. 1 . 1 . . . .
... niv uk
.uoini.ij . wiiiK u uie prevailing
"hard dines" the attendance Uiis
year was cxiavtinl to lie somewhat
II. .i.i... II..... ii . n . t
lighter than usual. I-or the first few
days it stn-med that their CXK'cta-
t ion were tola realized, lint u de-
tided change for the better soon W
gan to Im noticed. Student new
and old ts'gan to come in from all
quarters, and have continual to do
so until at present time, October ti,
ttie total enrollment iu all depart
ment 1 213.
This 1 a greater number than has
Iteen booked at a corresponding
time during any previous year of the
school s History.
The most encouraging thing, how
ever, in connection with the owning
of the school, 1 the fact that the en
rollment iu the college now exceeds
in number the total enrollment in
this department for anv previous
The total number enrolled in the
college during the entire session last
year was 11, ami that was the high
est number that had ever been
reached up to that time. The num
ber in the college so far this year Is
The total enrollment in all depart
ments last year was was 2S2, hewn
the preparatory school contained its.
The preparatory school' 1 much
smaller thl year than usual. This
is duo to the fact the hoard of regents
at it meeting last June, adophd a
rule excluding all student for this
department from cities of 2,0IHI in
habitants, and upwards,
Asa result, but twenty-five stud
ents have entered the nreoaratorv
this year, us comparud with sixty
five at a corresjKiiiding time last
liut as tho higher branches are.
in most every case, much fuller than
usual at this time of year, It is
thought, that after all, the present
year w ill lie the most successful one
in the history of the school, not only
in point of iiuiiiImt hut also In regard
to the work accomplished.
All the new huiiding that were
planned for the summer have been
erected and are Hearing completion
liesides athliiiir much to thu facilities
fur wnrlf tlw.vuro ..II ......i l l
ior worn, tncy arc all neat lookiinr
add consilient I ile to
the appearance of the college envir
ons, a new horticultural buildimr
which also contains apartments for
the department of photography, a
new mechanical hull and an exten
sive addition to the barn on the col
lege farm, are the buildings com
prised in the list. These, together
with the departments with which
they are concerned, will lie spoken
of more fully in aubseiiuont papers,
-Ms Kl.I.ANKol S NOTKS,
Ntcpsare Is-lng taken for the re.
organization of the college literary
societies, and the appointment of tho
new students to their places In the
A larjro nml luuiilsoino iamtln of
Mount Jeircrwon whk nvontlv ircs
entcd to lhe eoe;,. by Mrs. Vll.n
V.. .1. A. . ' '
lll ft 111 K1 WalU Bliiontr flu. oil.... '
.siisii. ii now net'lline a tilmsi in... n
MOYKK x- ret v i , r ,,,,,
g, carried hy this firm are vvCll
offer their lines of imported n,U .
4 rw ""
goods at actual
coiit of inannfactiirp Thcv ofTi-r .IL'.'i 1
large Iila.s 0f
Hats Umbrellas and .Mackintoshes
tWl kikik m
,,,,, woru, OI nrst class , season
enure Stock of irnmU r1....1 ;..
... .i...i 111
interior will find this a splendid chance to purchase goo,!s at New York cost and save freight.
14 Vltmi Street,
Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
pictures that vre placid there by
the proctvds from the literary con
tests of hist yi-ar. These picture
represent a variety of subject, such
as Shak-ipeare's home, and fimiliur
scene's from his play, etchings from
famous painting, enlarged photo
graphs oft tregon xvnery, while over
the rostrum on either side bailors a
tine engraving of Web-ter and Cic
ero, the reapective champions of
the two literary societies, each be
decked with the chosen color of his
One of tin- larire rooms inCauthorn
Hall is being fitted up to be used as
a reading nxuo for the boys, as a
large nuiiiU r of them do not have
time to avail themselves of the op
portunities pre-entid by the college
reading room during library hours.
XTO'l ICk U lii.r..iv ifivun II, it II,. ni,.l.
1 MiL'iicd lntri ln'ii npiHJiutrJ lv tlif
t'ountv Cuurt ol Ilia Siiiio (it Ori'LMii, tor
V iisliiUL'toii niiiniy. niliiiiiiinlrntur uf lhe
extnto of Siuuoi l ('. Mni.liT, lately duociisfd.
Alt KirIUH llHVIIIU el it ins Btl'UMI-t HHIli
h.IhUi will tiifM'tii the Maine to inn ntlhtt
otlllMS of 'I Iioiiihh 11. IIuiithrtVff, in ItlllH
tuiro, ()r'i;'ili, uitliui nix inuiitliH (mm Hum
datii, Ami all iprH'iiin knnwiiiK Uieumul vex
imletiteii to si 1 1 . 1 I'Stiitu will iiihIki iiiiinedi -Ht
pavmn it. J. (!. mitKY.
Ailiiiiiiistnitor of tlif i H'ule uf Hiiinurl ('.
hnulur, di oensiHl. i'.t
VJOTICK in liernliy (jiven that llio iiiuli r-
11 HIL'IH CI ll'l" tlt'i ll UlllV tllllKJIlltf ll Hf-
011trjf tlmlam will ami iMtiimmit of Wm
H. A. I'olUrtl, iIwhihmI, mul Las duly qual-
! HU'U in tho mi iv Court ol tho Ktnti-or
I r,'"1; f,,r, Wail.iumon nonnty. All M-r-
I nous, tliKri'forr. !hviii cIiiimih Hauiiit tlir
eHtuie i s..id Wm. II. A. l'oii.-.rd
i by ruird to prow nt tlii-m witli tho romr
vouoiinrs, tu nie. at tii inw uiinw of I uo.
11. Tonu'uo, in IMUIioro, WiiKljiiiL-ton
ooimty, OrLou, Within nil moi.liin from
Hih dittn lierrof,
HiIIhIkim, Outol-er 4,
lltil JOHANNA rOMiAKl).
Aiiiilaliii'iit of Admiiitst rator.
Nr t (TICK in litTcliy (,'iven that th iintliT
Mlilind tlilH hei ll'ilutv HiMilti ti'il lay the
County Hourt of I lie .Statu of ( li t on , f or
WiiHliniKton county, ailinlniHtnitor of the
entiite of Hrnzill l L'otiHtitlilH, deceased, and
that lie has duly qiialilled as Htiuh. All p r
Hons, tlieri f.ire, having claims nyH iimt aaid
estate are herehy reipi red to prustnit them,
with tne proier vonelu-rs, to me nt the 1'irnt
National Hank of If il IhImiio, Dn-uoii, or at
the law oIUch nf i'homiiH il. lonune, in
HllUlioro, Wimhinutoa otinnty, Oregon,
within ait mount from the da'o ii.ieof.
llillHlmro, eiti'Kon, llotolair I-', ls'.ci.
i. W. MU'TK.
Itissul ul Ion of Co-Piirtnerhlilp.
ppiiKfirm of Katikin it (litten. Hoinetimea
1 doiiiK litmiiie-'M under the name of
Liht A Water Company, has this day liecn,
liy miitiial ruiixent, dissolved. All otiliKa
tionn of the linn am HHHtimed dv, and ail
credit" due them are piyalile to, the HiIIh
boro Kleolriu I.ik'ht A Water Co.
lluMi-iro, Oregon. (ctoli;.r HI. s;i;l.
11. KAN K I N.
20-21 11. V. OATK8.
Notice nt' Pi mil Settlement.
N'OTICK it heri liy k'lv. n that A. llohinan.
ndunniitritlor of the eUat of C. V.
Hart, deoeaaed, has tiled his II mil account
I M mucu ndmiiuttrator in the County ourt
of the htate of tlieuon for WaHliinuton
i county, and that mil ('ourt has fixed Hattir-
d.iy, Noven lier illh. IS'.u, nt the ootirtriHim
nf aaid Court, in IlilUlioro county and Htate
aforemtid, at the hour of HI o'clock A. M.,
of Haiti day a :Ih tinit and place for the
tinal heariiiK and the w ttltiiu. lit of Hiiid
Hillnboro, October .r, Wxi.
W--4 A. IIOIIMAN.
Admiuiatrrtor of the enti'tu of C. W. Hart,
It V virtue of an eteotititni IhhiioI nut nf
I) the County Cn'O-t .f the Htate of Ore
icon, for Wanhini.'tin county, in lavor of K.
InuUiii and aiainat Julia K. Oomhe and
A. I. Wilkes, for the mini of fiVi IH I'. S.
void coin with interest thereon at the rale
"J H-T "nii,r n",1"J", fr"n ftUl d;iy
0' ,,'r,"".v. IS'.U, and fur the further auin
,f is.:i.-, .i .,- u, ,
fees, ami for the coat and i-xoenaes of aile
and of aaid writ.
Now, then fore, by virtue and in purHO
nnoe of mid judgment, I will, on Monday,
the lilth dav of November, IS'.t.'t, nt the south
door of the (iiinrthoi.se, in lillnbor. , Wash
iiitlton county, Oruuoii, at the hour of In
o'cliK-k A.M., of aaid day. Hell at public
auction to the highest bidder for ohhIi, the
foil iwiuir-descrilM-d real prnerty, to-wc:
HeumniiiK nt n xiint on the east line of the
laaao l.eisey donation lam1 claim, in town
ship 2 north of raipie 4 West of N illamette
Meridian, in WaHluiiKtoii county, Oregon,
a. litis, cliaiiia south of the iiorthraat corner
of aaid l.eisey claim; theuce writ til Itl
chains to the renier of the County road; I
thence noutli S decree ;ki niiniitei earn in
said county road H.tS nhnini"; thence rant I
As.M cliaiiia to the east line of nai'1 liemey
olaiiui thence lu rth on aaid east line of anid
clanii chaiim to the place of Ihuiii- I
nine, contaiinm i i ,U-1( I a urea, to a'lfy
Il.u l....,..u )...u I ..... - .1 '
l.T i .... . m..i ill v ; "'"""i
.a ., . . 7 .i.; 7 i .' i ' ' i
IMTstatlllH nf Oil'tfon.
. .... .....j. ... . iuiiii.iii as
V iliifss my liniul flim lltli ilav of Octo
tfi - l'l KhrrilT of Wasliiiii-to'ii Coiintv. ')r.
.p is'ii n i i.iiimi
known ami have given satisfaction
V.Vrs,v xr..l,n r,.., u
lines of hov's suits in n,,v.!nu
al.le rchkIs which will I sold at actual cost. This is an on)itutiitv
...... I.. .. i
nun )'i ms uiuiei iieaui in
Ad lit i it lt rn t or' .N.llc,
I Y virtue of nn order and ileorea of the
CwJicv I'ourt ui VVas!itiui!i county,
llreffoii. made au-i entered iJotober .'I, Is'i'i.
anOuirizuiK and dire. :tuii( me to make aU
of ttie re it I est ute t.el iiiiii, to ILe e ite.tc of
Vt'illiaiu I'll), ilici a.ed. I vill .u Sntjrd.iv
the 4iti d'tv of Sovemti-r. at the h iur
of 1 (rol.K k nt uaitl it iy. n'. lio south do,.r
of the I fllrtb.iuiie. in Mi!Nboi-o, t IrektiMt, a.ll
at tuililic an. 'i ion to tlm builieit ludih-r, the
followiiiu'-deerilsl real erof.eJlv. -'.!'
l he east halt cf the noriliike .1 quarter of
aertioti 4, touMhit 1 north, aure -1 west of
the VV ilhiiiietlo .Meridian, in Washiiiu'loii
coiinl , ireKoii. r.-rius of Hiitc. one third
of the puri'htne rn.v cih in hand, oiie
tlurd in one vtar, and one I lord in tw
years, purt-haMtr having the privilege nf
paviuit more en-li if he tleairm. Ii fem d
p t meiitH to bear iiiter-'st at the rate of s
per c nt pt-r itniiinu, ate I to lie Hecured liy
morttiau'e uimhi the I tn.l Hold. Convevan
ces t'i be at the etinse of the pnrchaaer.
Ialid at lli!Kt,. ro, Or .tlii.llrl. M :1.
vv. n wiMin
Adiiiinislratiir of lit; e lite of VVilliatti Itell,
Ill the Circuit ( ourt of the S ate of ( heoon
for Washington Couiitv.
Caiiie 1'merit'k, plaintirT, 1
Klneiii k. defendant. )
Tj Ueo. Kuieriok, the above-nameil di fetul
IN the name of the State of Oregon, you
arehi ri hv required to apin ar and aim
wer the comphiint tiled nuaiuat ymi in the
above eiititlvd court and can., on or before
Monday, the JllU day of November. s:i:i,
that belli" the II rut day of the first term of
the above entitled ooiirt next ucceediiiu the
expiration of mix weeM pihlioatmn of
Huh HummoiiH upon . voii. If yon tail unto
arpear and answer the liluiul ill will iimilv
to the court for the relief demanded in the
complaint, to-wit: A diNuilutioii of the
bonda of luatriinoiiy i lli inn between the
plaintiff and defend. int. and tint the plaiiitili
tie allowed to readme Iter luiiiden name.
This Hinnuioiiii ih ordered to lie pulillHhed
ill the llillnboro Ikukpkniiknt, n weekly
newiaper publiahed in Hillsboro. Waili
iiifton coin:! v, t Ireful, for mt full weeks
by order ol .Indue i'. A. M"Hrid, jinloi, ,t
the ohnve o. ni t, made the llrd d iy of ( Vio
la r. lsMl. . (J, u. llOlAlAN.
I'.l-'-'i At'orney for I'liiilituT,
In the Circuit Court of the Stale of Oret;on
for Washington County.
Km in a White, plaintiff, I
(Ieo rue White, defendant )
To Ot orue White, the alaive uauied de
fendant: IN the name of the Slate of Oren. yon
nre hereby n quirt d to appear iu the
above named Court, in the p.hove entitled
suit, anil answer the complaint therein
Hied nonius! Vnii, by the l!7th day of Novem
ber, l-'.M, which is the first day of the next
term of aaid Court tollowinu the eiiiiration
of the time prescribed for the publication of
tin KtimiiioiiH, mul if you fail ho to answer
for want thereof, the plaintiff will apply t
the ('ourt for the relief demanded in aaid
coiupUiut, to-wit: 'II. at the marriage and
lua-riaua con tract now existing between
you and the plaintiff be oiiisolved, and for
judgment against you for the costs and dis
bursements of this nmt, and that Hindi
other and further decree may be made as
may be cipi liable.
This nuiiimotia ia published nuainat yon
hy virtue of an order made and dated the
lltli day of October. ls:i.i. bv Hon. T. A.
Alclii ide, jude of the above named Court.
-M-iti 1IIOS. II. 'I'ONOl'K,
Attorney for t'lniiit iff.
Ill tho Circuit Court of the Stale of Orcoon,
for Winthiniitoii Ciutiiy, '
M. M. Wntta, plaintirT, -v
John Wiltroitt, I;. Itcckatnail, N. 0. Lilly
and VV. K. Her. defendants. )
'1'n K. lleckstead, one of the above nam.., I
IN the name of the Htate of Oregon, you
are hereby required to appear iu the
" ...t,. u niinwer me COIU-
lilaint tiled ntaiust yon in the above entitled
suit bv Monday, the Tth day of November,
Is'.ijl, which is the tliHt da'r of the term of
said ('ourt following the exiration or the
tiiuepreHcribeil for the publication of Una
miinuiona. And if yon fail o to answer, for
want thereof, the plaintitf will apply to the
Court for the relief therein prayed for, to
wn t J hat n certain deed imtdu bv John
Wiltrotit and wife in your lavor, dated
Annual l.'ith, S!t, and recorded on pai;,, s
oi oisia oi iteisirtia or I'ccum for Wash
iiik'luii county, Oregon, for the soutliwest i,
of section la, township 1 north, rane 4 wc-t
Willamette Meridian, be net iiHide as fraud
ulent and void aa against the plaintiff, and
that aaid land be Hold to piy thu clnin.s of
pl.iiniitl as si t forth in lhe complaint, and
the coats and disbursemciita of this unit;
and that anch other and further deer e lie
made iih may be npiltnble,
1 Ins Kiiiuuiiina ih ai'rvcd npon you by pub.
u" I I'l iiirnii uk: oi an oruer made liy
ii. in. i . a. jucliriile, indue of
nauieil I ourt. made and dated
day of October, ls;i:l.
on thu I:' tli
-11 :ii THOMAS II. TOM i I K,
AtUirney for I'lumt ilT.
X o 1 1 re o f Final .Sy ttlemeiil.
V'I T('R in lierebv Kiven that the nnder
1 niuueil ex-cntor of the last will and
t "lament of Jaoob Hesse, deaeaand, bus
arooimt for Html sett lenient jn the County
(' il-t of the St ite of Oregon, for VVaHhin
ton ooimty. n-'il that nanl oourt lias ilx
Monday, the liih day of November, ;t.i.l, at
.in- i-oui i.uouva oi aani
V V ......my, ni IO UIIH'H
- 01 "l'UUav aa Ills time nml plao for
: . m-amitf or nam matter and !.
sun n niBin or saul slala
Ji.itfil Uotolir .'I. is'lt.
II KM HK,
Kicrnt ir of Hit. inat will and
JiipkIi llrsae, ilmu aa''tl.
t every purchaser. Their stock
ii i ,u
r ... . .
piaui ngures, tai ii siatk containing
P 51 til -tltl
Ji if i
t i U i t
I'ltri ful Mipci viion In , s i ii in e 1 pliyeii i.tn ! Atviir ite i!i-pt niiin l.y ,ia.
n ti lit and panisl .kiiik' pli.irin.u-l-is !
'lhe IlillslHiro I'h.n ti. u v unlets I Cm ilrtlt.'s from the most rcli il'Ie iiui!lif.;rtuiei
nlilv, and i. Ilioroucliiv eiippl'usl with every ietiliile iist'riv for propii 1 w.n ilu. t
iiijf u tiisi-iLis. pi. -m i i ii'ii h i-iviss. The projiriftorH are i-vtr vi utchriif that lhe
most iipoi'i Vid l.iu-t ii in.' 'in -s i.e I'.iiilinually la im; ailded to the tx k as lhe soenivn
of linsii. ine mi. I I'ii.inii.u v a.S.ui e. Ilenis' pnss--if of prt iilinr iv;iiitat;eH in ur
I'hssiiiK it "Ul'i'lii s, n in-; t i its 1-iisiiH'sa nil.- nf t.kiint ttade iIi-mimim tm in-lt fr,
Hie liest hoiist-s, lhe n tail pii. i-.- a iv iin-iiueiil ly lower than those ol tm.st ili,ieiifini;
All the l.a.lii.L- :irti. I.- of i;riiIT' Sl'XldtlKS, inclu.liiio the KIM-T
I'liKH M1.S, i'oll i.l" AKlH'i.l.S IlKl'SUKS. M'O.MiKS, Kit'., aie on display.
A iarue and t . Hi nt a--oi tim tit of Sl'KC I'.VCLKS uud K V K-t 1. Vss r s i
ill i on huml.
PATIiNT Mi:iil'IN'K of all popular kliiJi alvtayi in ut-k.
The lineit I ' I an.l l.lijl'OUS uppllej iu rjsetuf ciekiie.-on piei.1 iii(iun
THE IHLLSnORO PHARMACY,
IF YOU WANT TO HIRE A GOOD LIVERY TEAM
OO TO THE
Wlicrc you will the Host Tennis (lint am lie lml
EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS.
(iiMMl Tt'nnix, (Jood IJniru'Ios and (Jooil Drfvors.
Cor. Soccnd and Washington Sts.
I liavo siib-tlivithMl llio Five 0nks Farm
into lots of 10 and 0 acres in such
manner (hat each tract fronts a road.
TOMS OF SALK TO SUIT PUItCUAKHK
This SiilMlivfKion is , miles east from
Hillsboro ami 12 nest from Portland.
The land is natural pniirie, so there Is
no expense for firuhhlny;.
THEHLLLSBORO LSIQBRICK CO.
Arc now making a First-Class
STOCK AND COMMON BRICK
.. nt their ..
WORKS, near - . - NORTH SIDE ADDITION
Tlic-l,ux.-.st salt.. ,,f D.tiiy CUIL- ami Horses ever made
in Wasliiuxtnii County.
Dairymen and Farmers,
NO I IU; is lim l.y j;ivni tint the umlersij-ned will sell at
I'll 1)1 ie AiKtidii, to the hiy,liest hia.ler i,t ti c
Fair (Jnnimls, nt 1 li!lsloro, Washington
County, )fi",on, on
The foil.),'. inK - descrik
V Ke-klereil ll,;isleiii i:ill
d Heisislered ll.iNlcin M,ns, ain1 : ,4lais , ,
Mill 11,11,1 ll,....l ...M..1 J ' '
. ....... ... I.s, 1 1 1 1 1 - J I
HLHead I mid -.v ear-old
10 Yoke worK oxen, uilli .yokes ;nnl elmins.
20 Head work horses Melaihiiij; from 1200 to 1100
o-norse canons, 1 -
. Nets il(Miil( work harness.
Sale to conunent-c promptly at
ll the above
TBRZVIU OF SALE I
A credit or six months will ho uiveii. IMirehaser
ouiveood notes with approved security, pavahle
n six months Iron, day of sale, draw inir 'interest at
11,0 ,'1,,,;o, ,(! r ','", IM'i ann...... A discount of
per cent, w ill he allowed for cash.
The above lot of' CaltK
( oiiiiii is"
.vii nave in en r n, -lulls M K-t ,1
ill ll.nc l-.t ii tt-tc, m, I :lr.. f'.r
now givinir milk. T
lays. IlairyuH-n will never have another onportunitv hke
lenish their herds with fust class stock.
1 lie Horses arc ll well broken, well seasoned. wo,k hors.,.
T. k. C(JRNi;i.ir.S, Owner.
I.AIU) & Tirro.V. MortK.UHcs.
11 V 'V V T l iv I . .
. ..x... i,,..AJ j;.s,k
ov. 1, 1893,
- .l Personal Property:
cons, mostly i- to ;-s
S Holslein ami hih
2 : ;.
oYlo, k A. M. . ami (,,niie
stork is sold.
dairy rmv-i of T. U. C'orne
ii ti' -ally e pi i i, need nu ll,
lass niiiiii cii'vs
I -'i of whii h are
nil l.i. I'.,.. I, ,.
the next do
tiiis to re-
()! I ILL Sl'.dkct fn,i..r.