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HILLS nORO, WASHINGTON' COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, lkn.1.
GENERAL Dl RE TORY.
h I V I i; Ol'r U'KltS.
PHOTES-SION L CAUDh.
rVeretnrv uf State
Sitipl. I'u M io Instruction
Hupreuie Court .... ...
J u.l. Kiftli )Mifiol
Attorney rifili 1'iatrict
Svli t'-r IVniK.vxr i
O-o W. Mollrlde !
Phillip ili lrti-n :
.. K. H. Mchln.y
. Kriiuk C linker I
.. . W. P. Lord I
. It. S. Kt.au
p. A. Mieir
...T. A. Mdlrlde
. W.N. Ihtirett
B4BSTT, L. I. 4D4MI
UUIKETT A. ADivJ,
Crric: Central Block, Kuumi t anil 7.
COI N I V OFPICKKS.
1 re laun r ....
A 4.ir ... . . . .
hi:li.,l K ipriiitendiiul
Nurvevor . .
i loroner . . . . .
.. K. Crandall
I. II. K-Binnr
T. O. 1-hIJ
U. li. O.esiin
H. P Kurd
J. II. hiuuley
,...J. C. Hall
W. D Wood
S. II. II I STUN,
A TTORN E Y-AT-LA W
iv AND NOTARY PURLIC.
Orrtca t Itoora No It, Union Block.
I J. I, Mettyuian
Himr.l nl Trustee )
Maratial .... .
Jiialii-.ee of Peace
J. C. Hare
. . N. A. Harrelt
W in. Pointer
. U. VV. patteraou
.. Wm. -McUuillun
POUT Or KICK INl'OHM TION.
The mail cloae at tlia llilUboro Poet
Olenoiai, Weal Union, Bethany ana Cedar
Mill, in ll.-'Jtl a. iu.
ti.illltf Houttl, H:30 a to.
Ouiiin to Portland and way-ollioe, 0:65 a.
tu. atiti 4 p. in.
Kor I'HriiiiiiKlou and Lanrel..Wedueediiyi
and Haturduy at lu;.( J a. ui.
OltKOON CITY LAND OrTICK.
J. T. AiiH m
J'ulvr I u(inl. . .
CHIL'UCH AM) HOCIETY NOHCKH.
A. I'. aud A. M.
lUAM'I'Y liODOK NO. 6, A. F. A A. M
ini'uia evxry IVituni.ij niuht ou or aiu-r
lull mo iu ol euoli inuntli.
J ah. . Iituria, Mnaier.
It. CuiNlliLL. Hvo'y.
THOU 1H II. T0X.IE,
YTTOl I N E Y-AT- LAW,
Orrici: M jrRan Ulnek.
M II.KIS HKOM.
Agenta for Bar I,ook Tjv Writer,
doora norlb of Poatoffiue.
C. E. KINDT,
Koom i No, 8, Portland Marina Bank
BaildiiKj, Heoond and Waaliuiton htrwta
j. W. MKKKII.I,,
Orrn a' oyer Orwr'a Grcwry Htors, on
Main atrael. 14
k. r v.
IIKEN1X liODGU, NO. H4, K. OF P.,
m..ia in Odd Kfllown' Hall on Monday
tf ninu i( o.inli woi'k. HojuuruiuK breturu
wtiloointid to liida uifHtina.
N. A. IUaTT, C.C.
HaaUAN hciiui mubicb. K. of It. & 8.
I. . . t.
I ONTKZI'M l.OIKiK, NO. (M). niwta
ill Will i u'.iil it v eviiliiK at M o'cliKik.lu l.O.
O. K. Hall. ViMitura inndn Wi-looina.
JUS KUNrMAN. . (
It. II OO Il-IN, So.
I). M. t!. (Iaiii.t, I'.r. Ho.
THOH. I). Ill MI'IIKKVS.
A1WTRACT1NU OK TITLES.
Iivual piippra drawn and l.oana on Krai
Katata ni-uulliittnl. Hnmm-ax attfnded to
with prniuptnraa and dir-pitub.
Orriua: Muin Hlreet, opptiaita tlia Court
lamrat f th lamlo)d.
Baakward, taru backward, O tiiua, la yoor
Let tbaruill wbiatlra aouad prom pi 1 to-
Jutt 44 tLj aooud.J auar anl abroai
Klor we bad Toted protection a fraud.
Let tbe aiao' poor kiu out of tbe (tack)
And we'll pa; without m or war "tbe diuner
No one will grambl and uo one will ebirk
If you'll joat sir ui work, Qrorer, jaat glte
TIIK SPECTACLE AT WASIIIJUiTOS
DauKlilera of Kebckah.
HIMiMIOKO KKHKK tit I tHXIK NO.
M. 1. . O. It'., inwte iu Odd Kcllowa'
llrtll nrv lat and ,'ird S uiirduv eTuiirnu of
ertcli lumuli. Ma. I'. M Iiinhn, N U.
ilea. W. 11. Waiiaumi, Heo'y.
A. . t. el A.
CIOUIIT TUAIiATIN NO. 7;i74, A. O F.
Jul A., iunta every Tueaday eveuinu in
Uranue II. til at M o'olook.
1,. A. WuiTooua, 0 U.
W. W. McKinnkt, K. S.
A. O. I . H .
Hll.l.SltOUO I.ODOK NO.
W., meta every aeOond
Tui'rtduv evenuii in tll month.
II. 11. r aNToa, M. W.
W. K. II looa, lieoordi r.
61. A. O. 11.
U; ANHINOION li.NCA M I'M KN I' No.
J. O. (I. f., ineeta on around and
n,i tU I'ridiiyaut eauh tumuli.
h. 11. Hum uKtn, (1. P,
P. 11. llauLiliiiiiin, vrlLle.
FOl'.EST OltOVK, OUEOOS.
It now niakiuu teeth for fA.OO and 7.V
iwr ai 1 1 heat of matrrinl and i kiuaimhip.
Will rompara with aeia tioatinit l. Teeth
exlrauted without nam. Kiilinua at the
luwent prioea. All work warranted.
Urnm i three diatra north of llriok
atore. Oihoe boura from 9 a. m. to 4 p, ni.
We have grown tired of walking tbe atreet,
Little bile waltinn for aumetbiiiK tt eat;
Tired of buarintt oar e nrea4uieo apout,
Tired of re idiuu that you're got tbe nout.
, If ya oare for u a yon pratend.
Why don't vou baatle to niattrr will
Danger and autfering In Idlereaa luik.
Uive oa aouia work, Ororer. give aa aonie
If il'a true that tbe tariff waa robblug na
Aud with it prosperity oould not endure,
Sinoe e all voted for it, uow iau't It atraue
That not the tt man of na baa auy
tioept iu oouditiou, for il'a tru that we
Have Uwt the good Jla we were holding
Skilled arllaan, lariorer, bookkeeiier, olerk
We're all out of work, Orover, all out of
If it' true, aa you aay, that ioijetieut you
To do tbe poor men of yonr land good
Why don't yoa jaat do it, not talk tbrorgb
And then tbe dear people will "know w'.sr
Say that free tradara may olaroor in vain;
Hay that tbe tariff nnchauged abali remain,
Loud, clear and plain, without quibble or
Aud we'll all go to work, Grover, all go 1
work. New York Preea.
When a iiicmU'r of congress who
whs a conftiltTHte noldier talk about
flglitin"; HgHin fur the lost rauxe, he
makM It t-asy for the couutry to un-dt-rNtand
that the fool-killer Is neg
lectiny hin liuhinttiH.
The t'lct'trie ll!iti lia.4 Ixfii intro
duced into a new Hour mill near to
the HttppOMttl Mite of Calvary und
oIonu to the DuiiiH.-R'us gate at Jerusalem.
A. L. NT l DDK,
JJEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR
Orrira: with J. C. Hall, County Sur
veyor, at the Court Ifouae.
V. of II.
llil.SUOUO Olt.VNOK, NO. 7:1, aieeta
nd mid 4 til N:itiiidH)'nof eaoh luoiiih.
IIknj. .-iuHiriaLl, Mitnler,
ANNia In imia, hu.
1. I' N. 4'. K.
MKKTS every hiinday evening at 7o'olook
in the t linatiiiii church. Vou are
cindiitlly invited to alleudite lueetluga.
1 ItuNToM lkWM4M, I'rea't.
W'ASIII.xiTuN COUNTY KDl) AND
IT Oiiii Chili met'ta in MorKnn HliK'k
every anu Hid 1'huridny uf eaoh nmnlh, nt 8
r. H. J. K. l.ONO,
J. A. H. KOI NDK.Y. Sec. i re.
nll'TIST Cllt'KCH Hnndav SthiMil at
10 a. in; prayer meeting Thuraday eveu
lUK lit 7 Ml.
(IDSOUiaiAIIONAL ClirilCII, corner
J Main and l lltli atreeta. Preauhuig
every halihiith, uioruiiiK and evening, bnli,
liulli Hi'liiml nt in o'eliMik n. tu. Prayer
iiii'nii( l liiiimliiy evening. Y. P. H. C. K.
hunday at lisal p. in.
I."! IIS I 1'briat.iHii Church, llarrv Watkiua,
pailor, Hiiwlmi' aud r if ill Preaching
fvoiiiul and roiirth Suudaya at 11a. ui. aud
7 M p. hi. (Hun. lay Sut,c.il. 1J a. lu. Pray
er nntl ma. I'liuraday, H OJ p. in. Y. P. N
C K.. Mund iv, 7:0 l p. ill.
ME. ('Ill'llitll. II. It. Klw.irliiv, paalur.
I'reaeliuig every Wahlialh morniiiK aud
eveiiiiiif. SiiliUatb aehool every hatihath at
10 4. a. ln'iitjiie meeting tvery niiuday at
4 p. in. Omirrnl prayer meelniiv every
I'tiiir lav eveuiiiif. Iieadera' and Hteward'a
iwi'l iii.( the aeoiind l ueailay evening of eaoli
IVANOI I.K'M, Clll'lttUi. H. rvioea
'j lat mi. I .'ill ruiidava in each mouth at
the li ipli-t i liiiriili at ft o'oliH'k r. M . Uev.
Mr. I'rait, ui-lur. Muultv iSitho.il at 'i T
M. Cult u;e pravi-r meeting on Wedneaduy
eveuiii uf e ioii weea.
HII.I.MIOUO KKtl'lNO Itt'KM,
olid atreet. in ul.l M irnitilp Hull, la
iimii d iily (n mi 9 a. in. In1 p tu. Hunday.
from I J in. tu o p. in
All kinda of repairing tin Hteain Kugluea
and Boiler, M ill Work, Threahing Machinea
Mowera, Peed Cuttera, Hewing Machine,
Waabing Machiuea, Wrinueri, Puiupa,
Hualea, Kciaaora ground. Gun and Louka
amithing, Haw grnnnu and bled; aud have
a large numlier of aeooud band engine! and
boiler for aale. All work warranted.
HymcUHe, N. Y., Feb. ii3, 1891.
My Dkau Mh. I'itiiam, Pittsburgh,
I witnt to nk a grout favor of you.
I want you to please centl a boy
down to the hotel drug; store next to
tho cafe and have them Rend half a
dozen boxen of Krauw'a Headaehe
CttHiileM, I iMitight Home while I
was in Pittsburgh anil found it won
derfully efTeetual. I do not know
how much they will cost, mo would
ask to have them sent C. O. D. care
of the Colonatle hotel, Philadelphia.
Hoping that I will have an early
opportunity to return the favor, I
remain, Wry truly,
For sale by Hillslioro Pharmacy.
S. T. I.I MKLATF.lt, M. II. ('. M.
piIYHICIAN AND SUROEON,
Orrira: in llillalioro Pliarmaey. Kaat
ntaca: eat of Camrt lloiine. I Hhoe hoar
friitn It a, ui. to H p. in. at Pharmacy, when
not viaiting; bofora and after that time at
M. I). HOOK, M. I).,
piIYSICIAN AND SURUEON,
Orrtra: in Dienette Ituw. ItinniMca
corner pint and Main atreeta.
J. P. TAMIKMK, M. I).,
P. R. R. SURGEON,
T R. CORNELIUS
ii;i t:u is
Dnj Goods, Groceries, Boots,
SIiocs, Hats, Caps,
Agent. for the
DU RUtl V Iv N )RVEO I AN
PLOWS AND HARROWS
The lH'-.t In the market.
. PRODUCE ..
OK AM. KINIWj
Taken at the Highest Market Price.
Orrtoa 4d KiramaNca : corner Third
and Main htreet. Otlice hour. H::H1 to 12
ui., I to ft and 7 to H p. in. Telephone to
reauleuoi-from llrork oV Sel' liruwatoni at
all boar. All call promptly atteuded.
uight or day.
f. 4. B4ILIT, U. D.
r. j. iaii.h, a. a . a. d.
BUS. P. A. it V. i. IUILEV.
PHYSIC IANS, SUR(! EONS AND
Orri. a: in Pharmacy. 1'nimi HI irk. Cal'l
attemled to. ultfht or d ir. Kei leuoe, M. W.
(Vr Haae l ine and rieouml airwta
W. II. KI CK I It,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
AND MONEY LOANER
OKKEKH TO THE I t HI. It'. Land la
larva nr miall tract, ami will erobaagv
landa in the rinnntry for town or etty pnvp
erty; in fact, tf vim have ant thiag to ei
rhanue in anv l ieality, a e me.
WAGON AND WHEELWRIGHT SHOP.
I hare 0ieneil a ahop for
llio repair t(
( AKRIAIiKH, III lil.ltS AMI VA(.0S
anil all kitulaof vkxh! work.
al Oanlncr'n nl.l lml, half block
aojili of Cirt'er'i tore.
Xj. XV. 1IOUHB,
Indicate the wv the fmvi la gotnf ,
ao do the aalraof
0RE00N KIDNEY TEA
ladicat it lucreuiag Popularity.
NO OTHER REMEDY
aft 4Trr ffwn th jrTtATr1 Mtifart1-n that
h bc?a obtilitH from the u of ihU,
NATURE'S OWN CURE
Fat Bck--ht, tHahet., iBiatamatio of
KHne' or niarlrlrr, .iraldiiif Paina when
rnimtina;, Brick Iuat dtpoaita and Brief ht a
TRY IT RT ONCa.
Jl AIL WA V TIME TABLE.
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
SOUTHERN PAC. CO.
Kiraaaa Tiiia I.aiva PniTD4aD Diilv
g:IA r M I Lv
to I 4 Ar
h It) 4 a
Above train (top at all atathat from
irtlaud tu Alhauv : alao at Tanipnt.
Mliedd. Hitlv, HarrtHburg. Junction City.
Irvirc Lnueue. and ail lt;itlom froul It cue
burg to Ahland, ineluaive
KtisKHi no mail daily i
ftr.'iO r- M
4::ln p a
7:00 4 a
DIMXl TArTH OS 0lEM KOl'TK.
PULLMAN DUFFET SLEEPERS
Serond-fla Slerplnf fart
ATT4oaao to All Taaoroa Taint.
Weal Bide Division.
BETWEEN I"OKTLAND k COIVALLW
Mail Train Daily (Kioept Sunday).
7 HO 4 at Lv Portland Ar t .V v a
Ni 4 m l v Htllahora Lv 4 ?'J r k
lV l.rw Ar Corvallia L Itil ra
rTAt Albany and Corvallia eon nee t with
train of tbe Oregon Paciflo Kailroad.
Ktpreaa Train Daily, (Ktoopl Hnnday .
fit) p a I.t Portland Ar HI'S a a
ft flop m I,v HtlUlwm Lv 7 IS 4 a
T BI a Ht MeMinnville Le h-.W 4 w
THHOrOH TICKETS to all point In the
K astern Htatea, Canada and Europe win be
obtained al loweat rale from 1, t. Morgan,
B. r. IIUUIKB,
ft. KOEHI.ER, Aat.O. T.Af.ka'X.
Manager, Portland. ai-t
The pre-nt aituntioii lu the) enate
slnlrti far more than a diflerenco of
ooinion and of DiiriKxt with retard
to a question of public policy. It
reachett beyond all consideration of
ordinary lejrl-lativtf disagreement
aud involves fundaiiiental principles
! of povernment. There U no dlsuute
as to the right of reusouable discus
sionin fact, the ncceseily of auch
discussion Is frwly conctnled; but
when wpevcli-makino; Is prolonged
with a declared view to preventing a
vote on a (tending intnisure that has
been thoroughly debated, this right
beeomeH a niitnifct wrong and
serious tlunger. It Is equivalent to a
reversal of the political theory upon
which our institutions rest and by
which onr national (tower ha Iteen
etublishel and our national pros
perity secured. Tills Is to say, prat
tically ritea!Jiig, the senate occupies
a revolutionary attitude. Its mem
bers are not actually conspiring
against the existence of the govern
ment, to be Hiire, but the effect of
their conduct Is in a sense the kadic
as If they were engaged in mieh a
conspiracy. The legitimate functions
of the government are paralyzed by
their proceedings, anil the plain
Intentions or the constitution are
frustrated ami discredited. There Is
a failure not simply to pu-ss a bill
that popular sentiment demands, but
a prevention of the orderly and neces
sary action of the forces provided for
the control and regulation of public
affairs. Thus a condition of virtual
chaos Is introduced, ami the (icople
are required to face the astonishing
sjiectacle of a government brought to
a standstill by the sinister influence
of its own machinery.
There can be no doubt about the
design of the wise and patriotic
statesmen w ho founded our givern
incut. They certainly meant to make
it consistent in all of its parts .nd to
so adjust its (towers that there should
las no arrest of Its movements. We
know that they never dreamed ol
leaving an opportunity for any per
son, factfou or interest to block the
wheels of legislation indefinitely, and
thus make a farce and mockery of a
most important authority. Least ol j
all, we may safely believe, did they
think for a moment of giving the
minority ft chance to govern the
majority under any circumstances
for that would have been equivalent
to Imperilling the supremo principle
of their political system. The theory
of majority rule Is expressly and
rejieatedly recognized in the const i
tution, ami there is not in any of its
provisions a hint of an intention to
place the work of law-making at the
mercy or tho few as against the
many. It Ignores the contingency of
an attempt to defeat legislation by
preventing a vote, lecau.se its w hole
spirit and tendency may be regarded
aa directing a vote to be taken at the
proper time. Each house is author
ized to "determine the rules of itf
proe'dings,,, ami surely this In
eludes the right to (tut a stop to
dilatory debate, and to enforce the
will of tho majority. The fathers
tlid not suppose, we may lie certain,
that it would ever be contended that
the senate might make rules to tie its
own bands, ami then itlcad the
saeredness of such rulea as a justifi
cation for permitting them to ob
struct the transaction of the public
business at the pleasure of a filibust
ering minority and to suit the wlflsh
projects of a omall fraction of the
whole number of American citizens.
It is a well-known fact that a
decided majority of tho peoplo of the
United States are opposed to the
present silver policy, and urgently
desirous for the passage of the bill to
do away w ith it. Public aentiment
has never before been more pro
nounced in support of any proposi
tion not even that of putting down
tho reltellion; ami yet the senate
persistently stands in the way of the
enforcement of this authentic and
Imperative demand. A majority ol
its members say that they are ready
to vote for res'nl whenever the
question is put to a final test; aud in
the next breath they declare that
their right to vote can lie exercised
only by gracious permission of the
minority. The minority, therefore,
Is the predominant element in the
case, ana it cheswes to employ its
power in such a way as to usend
the functions of the Semite and there
by practically defeat the o-ratlons
ami purH)M-s of the government.
Such is the situation, plainly stuttsl,
and it Is one that apteals with
(st-uliar force to the general instinct
of patriotic solicitude for the stability
and efficiency of our institutions.
The matter has cciwd to be a mere
annoyance, ami nssumed the nature
of a grave (sril. It implies the
presence of a revolutionary influence,
which needs to ls uternly rebuked
ami promptly suppressed. The evils
to. lie anticipated from submission to
the fallacy that the minority is
sujierior to the majority, and that the
apointed service of a legislative
body may bo prevented by the
arDiiary action or the smaller num-. ,
bvrof ita luetuUti, are such as canjoioDth.
not be contemplated wlthaut a feel
lng of profound alarm; and that Is
substantially the meaning of the
spectacle now pit-M-nt at Washington.
Italy's financial condition is pretty
bad, but the French, who are con
stantly duelling upon the straits to
which their neighbor has lss?n re
duced by maintaining an enormous
standing army, have very little reas
on to be proud of their economy In
this particular. Frams? has a great
deal of wealth, but she has been pil
ing up debt at a frightful rate and
must soon suffer the consequences
that Invariably follow ludiscretioii
uf thU kind. Many of her financiers
have deluded themselves Into the
U'lief that the country is no serious
sufferer from the results of maintain
ing a permanent debt because the
most of it is held at home. Hut the
fact remains that every franc of lu
terest (mid come out of the pockets
of tax (tayers w ho are not bondhold
ers, and tlnj', although their patience
may be great, w ill finally revolt at
the burden imposed upon them. S
TIX PLATE LliKV
The Uulletlii of the American Iron
and Steel Assjciation priuts the fol
lowing table, showing our pr xluctlon
of tin and terue plate by quarters
during the two fiscal ye.trs ending
June :ti, Isy.j, from the official sta
tistics furnished by Colonel Ira Ayer,
the special agent of the treasury de
Production by qu .rter. Pound.
July 1 lsui, to September SU, 1S.U HiB Vti
Oct. 1 1SU1. to December 81 lsy l,4t.rIl
January 1 1M?'. to MaroUItl lstrj rl,:ut),2'.,A
April 1 lsy.', to June :w isx' . . tVJUl,".'.!
July 1 1M3. to Srpiemlier:) ls'X' ll,.i,762
Oct. 1 1SIU. to December :J Is'.f-' 19,750,41)1
January I WM. to March i IS'JJ
April 1 Ic'-M, to Jute UU lttO . &i,64V7
A no sculptor, Hartlioldi, has re
turned to France, but before leaving
our shores he paid a strong tribute
to American courtesy, which hail
made every moment of his stay
me L uited States a happy one,
Hartlioldi, it may be mentioned
this connection, is not one of the airy
French critics who fount I it neces
sary to find fault with the Columbl
an world's fair. He freely acknowl
edged its beauties and soundly cast!
gated Home of his countrymen who
carped at what they were pleased to
term the tireless uniformity result
lug from too clo.se an adherence
the classic forms of architecture.
M. ltartholdi did not go so far as the
correspondent of the London Chrou
Icle, who llaily declared that the
Chicago fair had surpassed the Paris
exposition in those very features
UK)ii which the French pride them
selves, but his failure to refer to pits
French efforts Is in itself an adini
sion t hut she utilitarian American.-
have cclimcd tlieni. Chronicle,
The study of palmistry Is practic
ally conducted in Now Mexico. The
tramp ntii-anee in El Paso has be
come so croat that a systematic
method of singling out the honest
workinginttn from the black slice
has been resorted to. Whenever
tramp applies for relief lie must show
his hands, and if the palms do not
furnish evidence of honest toil, he is
promptly set to work nt cleaning
streets or some other occupation
distasteful to the gentry who prefer
to roam at w ill, rather than to attach
themselves to any particular locality,
It is hardly necessary to say that
when the news of the movement
spreads the professional tramp will
carefully avoid El Paso, for ho will
never qualify for the aid which is
extended by New Mexicans to de
serving men by filling his hand-
with corns ami other signs of manual
labor. California paper.
There were two Itoys picked up on
our streets yesterday afternoon, who
required more than a pushing notice,
and who should elicit the sympathy
of all humanitarians in this city.
They gave tho names of Charles ami
Frank Williams, aged 12 ami 13
years, ami have traveled, across the
continent from Chicago. Tho elder
has hail his right foot amputated anil
walks on a crutch. In conversation
with them this morning the younger
informed a reporter of the Times-
Mouutainccr that both parents were
lead, the father dying about two
years ago, and the mother attout five
months since. They are boot-blacks,
and on the death of their mother
they took tho train for the far West
to meet ar. only brother, who is
working In a railroad shop In Port
land. Railroatl men were kind to them
ami passed them on the road from
one station to another. Tliey are
not criminals now; hut without
some care is taken of them, circum
stances will force them to tlo some
thing which may (dace them in jail
or the penitentiary. Our county
judge was Consulted in the matter,
ami without a doubt they will Is
sent to the bovs' and girls' home in
Portland. This is the ros r place
for them, where they will receive
proper instructions rtg;trding their
morals and lie taught some useful
Total for first tear l.l,t4ii,71
Total for aeooud J ear Wt.SlU.Ai-J
Total for both yean 1 13,4 ,11
It will Is1 not hill, from an Inspec
tion of the above figures, that for the
second year the make was 0:1 1.4 jsr
cent., or almost 7J times greater than
for the first year; and that from April
1 to June JO, ls'J.i, the average make
pr month wits about as great as the
output of the entire year ending with
June :I0, ISOJ.
Few industries can rhow such a
gratifying development. Our steel
rail production did not even approx
imate this increase. In 1807 our
make of Bessemer ntts'1 rails was
2,277 tons, ami iu the next year (i.4."l
tons, or less than three times as much
as in the first year. Our tinplate in
dustry, on the contrary, was a tU
able infant the first year, with 0,092
gross tons, Hrowing to 44,115 ton boy
in the next.
This wonderful growth has Iteen
made in the face of the most general,
stupendous and shameless mendacity
that the world has ever seen. Sur
prise lias ollen been expressed thai
the opposition to the establishment
ol a 1111 plate industry here was so
much greater ihaii to the establish
ineiil of Hie Dctinfiucr steel industry.
1'liero are two reasons for this. The
Welsh monopolists have laeu for
some time distributing a portion of
lite shares lor new tin works in tins
country, a precaution that the Eng
lish rail makers did not take. And
tho inure lo-s of trudo with this
country iu steel rails has taught both
the English manufacturers and their
agents here, the importers, un Im
Tho 113,405,1)21 pounds of tin and
tcrnu plates manufactured iu this
couutry during the two years in
which the McKiuley Liriff has been
in operation have been effective not
only in reducing the profits of the
Welsh monopolists, but also in fur
nishiug employment to laltor in this
country, with its consequent market
to our farmers, ami reducing the
amount of gold that could Le called
out of this country in payment of
foreign indebted nest. All have seen
tho di satl vantages following scarce
money during the last five or six
Secretary Carlisle ami his master
are torturing every law not only to
prevent any increase in tho employ
ment of lalmr in this country or the
retention of money here, but are ab
solutely trying to destroy this indus
try, to the end that more men may
may walk our streets unemployed
ami hungry, ami that the Welsh tin
plate works may continue in the fu
ture, as in the past, to draw from us
some f30,0O0,fMK) annually for profits,
labor ami materials.
The editor of the Chi haleiii Valley
Times disagrtssl with a nelghltor
about a sunflower and w hioissl the
fellow. Iieing short of funds, the
nowspap r man will edit his paper
from the county JhiI for 20 days.
The Justice who pronounced the
sentence will hear from his nibhs in
future issue. He is promised a
royal roast. Ex.
er, put a burglar to flight and nearly
ended his earthly career. The thief
entered Miss Sypher's room, and in
stead of scaring her half to death,
found himself looking down the
muzzle of a revolver. The fellow
had nerve, however, and carelessly
remarking, "that Isn't loaded" start
ed to walk toward her. Rut It was
loaded, as the thief discovered w hen
a bullet w hiz.cd w ithin an inch of
his head and lmbcddtd itself iu the
door panel. With an oath the baf
flled burglar flew down the stairs
ami esca(H'd through the front door.
Mother, l our Mil I
The Corvallis tiazette has this par
agraph for the girl of that tow 11 who
often Is seen 011 the street :
"Anent the (.met Ice of some of the
young female (Mipulatiou in using
the public highway for their indis
criminate ram pies, we are prompted
to call the attention of mothers anil
guardians to the fact that the girl
who gives way to a desire to gad
about the streets ami cultivates the
acquaintance of young men and act
the simpering simpleton, is laying
the foundation for a senseless after
life. Ten to one when married slu
will develop into a slatternly gossip,
If no greater misfortune befalls her.
It is tl rirl who loves home ami
helps Ikst mother that wins the
inotlel man and becomes an ornament
to womanhood. The girl who does
this and devote, some of her spare
time to reading, ami strives for the
grace of metal culture, commands
tlte resjtect ami esteem of everybody,
while the street-gathling ornament
only wins the admiration of those
wltoae admiration is not worth having.
oi:k THE STATE.
M ton Id Hreult tho t ryiiiil.
As a variation of the time-hotiored
story regarding the jterrW-tion of con
trol attainable with steam hammers,
Lomloti Tid-liits gets off the follow
ing: "I have been told," said Mr. Du
bois, watching the great steam ham
mer in the rolling mill, "that a good
hammerman can break the crystal of
a watch with that 30-ton hammer."
"Yes sir" said the hammerman,
"it can lie done."
"I should like to sett It," said Mr.
Dubois eagerly, feeling in his
watt h (tockct.
"I can do it, sir," replied the man.
"Ami will you?" replied Mr. Du
bols drawing out his watch. "Come,
I am anxious to see it tried."
He laitl his watch 011 the great
iron plate. The hummer rose to its
full height, ami the next instant all
its (Mtnilerotw weight, with a crush
ing force which shook the ground for
an ax-re around, came down on the
"There sir," said the hammerman,
"if you don't lalieve that crystal is
broken, Just step down and you can
see It sticking to tho hammer."
Mr. Itubois swallowed a whole
mouthful of lumps ami g:sed lief ore
he could spenk.
'Hut I forgot to say," he ex
claimed, "that It was to break the
crystal w ithout Injuring the watch."
"Oh yes," said the hammerman
"yes, I know. I have heard that
rubbish myself, but it's all gammon.
I don't believe It. lint you can
break the crystal any time."
Kiuflanrns Must Kale.
The caucus is a sine qua non to
cmocratic organization. There Is
no other way to maintain party dis
cipline or to formulate distinct dem
ocratic olicies. If there ever was a
time in the history of tho (tarty
hen a caucus was needed, this is
the time. The democratic ary is
on the perilous edge of disrupt on.
It has reached the crisis of Its exist
ence, ami tiiere is no man who Has
tho welfare of the party at heart but
deplori s the division and dissension
amo tg th dt m a-ratic leaders in the
nate. The only way to btal their
linen nces is by caucus action. If
.Mills and o.liers re.e lo po into
caucus and abide by the result, let
tliem J ake the consequent's of their
iusulKirtliiiation. If Mr. Cleveland
is an enemy to tleiiKs r.ilic t rania
tion, let him apt ar N'fore the conn
to us an t pen em my und rot as a
traitor in the camp. Cleveland's
treachery or Mill's insulsirdination
will not absolve the democratic ma-
irity from the duty of maintaining
party discipline. Now that It is re
duced to a question of caucus or dis
ruption, there should Is? no delay In
calling the caucus. Telegram
There arc some nu n w ho would
put party above country.
A l.lrl of the 1'rriod.
Sneak thieves ami burglars who
Is lieve that the old-fashioned girl of
the three-volunin novel, who faints
In the face of danger, Is a creature of
fln.lianil hlnsl uluilllil tii lindef-J'i ved
1 1 ... ..1.1 t.J are the tools of Ihe silver ring,
at once. If she ever existed, the,. "
The Associated chamltorsof Com
merce of the United Kingdom held
their autumnal meetings, September
27, at Plymouth, England, and the
president, Sir Albert Rohit, LL. D.,
M. P., in steaking of "confidence
returning" to English trade and
commerce, is reported in the West,
ern Morning News, of Plymouth, to
have said : "Notably In the United
States the early resal of protection
will fie followed by an effort for tariff
reform. The biters have Iteen bitten
anil every reciprocity has proved a
failure. McKinleylsm Is doomed.
(Applause.)" Thus are the efforts of
the Englssh free trade (tarty in the
United States to shift prosperity from
fhls to the other side of the Atlantic
being ever watched and npprei'late.1
It Is further obvious that the peo
ple who have drawn out the hidden
several hundred millions in currency
have not done so I a -cause they
feared tho government would d
I ase or dishonor the notes they hold.
It Is not the currency the ssiile are
afraid of when they hoard it. They
fear that industries and business will
1st made so unprofitable by changes
of national (sdicy that neither pro
ducers nor merchants nor bankers
will lat able to meet obligations.
The senatorial tleli-gatious of Ih la
ware, Maryland and Ioiisiuna, and
one of the memf"rs of the Texas, ami
one of the Georgia, ami one of the
Kentucky delegations are on the
sound-money side, while all the
other senators of the ex-slave slates
A snow storm occurred at Raker
City 011 Monday, October 10th. Tho
mercury stood at 32".
The snags In the Willamette river
between Corvallls and L'ugeue are
Mng removed this fall.
iktughu cou .ty has made a tax
levy of 20 mills 011 the dollar for
state, county and school purposes.
Tne llluo River mines lu the
Cascades, easterly front Eugene City,
are attracting much attention.
According to the Yaquina News,
the total catch of salmon 011 the Ya-
liiliia on Monday of last week was
A Itoys brigade has Iteen organized
from the Salem M. E. church, whose
roster bears the names of twenty-
Salem will advertise for the sale of
f".n,onn eity bonds. This sale Is
noocMsary to obtain money for cur
rent ev use.
At 1 lie O.illes, asco county, 120
teams entered town lu a single day
loaded with wheat from neighboring
Three boys, aged alsmt 12 years,
were convicted of stealing chickens
at liideK'iidciice last week ami were
lined 2.i each.
Nino car loads of hops were ship
sd from (lervais, Marion county,
one day lust week. The price paid
was lrt cents (tor pound.
A glorl mundl apple is on exhibit
at a Dulles grocery ntore. Weighing
thirty-three ounces and measuring
sixteen and one-half Inches in cir
cunirtTonoe. The Chronicle has seen
The twenty -third Oregon law re
(tort is in press. It will be a book of
000 pajfp exclusive of indexes. It.
(!. Morrow, so irenio court reporter,
is editing the volume. Tho state
(trlnter is Hiblisher.
R. C. Klger has sown thirty-five
acres to Egyptian wheat this full.
The seed originally came to this
state from Florida. A "patch"
which Mr. K. cultivated tho past
year gave a yield of sixty-five bush
els (tor acre.
A gray uniform Oregon. National
guard, brass buttons has been
adopted for tho boys of the state re
form school. There are sixty-seven
boys on the roll of that Institution.
The same paper la-ars the names of
111 boys there since its organization.
There are four resident of Albany
over tro yearn of age. Mrs. Althouse
heads the list at about 04. Mr. John
Smith, who was on First street Sat-
I iif.luv 11 III I... let In V,.. ...... In,. o...l
"'.J, ... .IVJ VI III ,1UUIIIU11 MRU
.Mr. Olncy Fry, Sr., In February.
.Mrs. Fisher is a little younger but
very active. Mr. Fry walks several
miles H'jino days. Allatny Democrat.
Horn Eight pigs one year ago,
twelve pigs seven months ago and
t leven (tigs two months ago, to the
same white China sow, the property
of I'O llenkle. After feeding them
on 4.'t-eent wheat only two weeks, the
eight pigs were marketed Monday
ami brought (tit.H.'i. With ('.. HI
cash 011 hand, twenty-three pigs and
the original stock who can say that
crops ever fail In Oregon, and that
hog raising don't pay ?
Tho shipment of fruit from Med
ford, Oregon, Itctwoen September 1
ami September 20, of this year,
amount to -"Ht'i, 1 10 (annuls, or a little
more than tweuty-nlno carloads. Of
this amount seventeen carloads were
pctrs from (hit orchards of J. II.
Slewart and Wis'ks A Orr. The
pears have given the best of satisfac
tion and among (ho orders recolvtsi
was one from Tennessee, stating that
I hey had reocivisd some of Mr.
Stewart's (s'tirs and wanted more of
the same kind.
Some days since, Samuel Haxe, a
iiioiiiImt of Sumner Post, 12, O. A.
R., Portland, started on horseback
from Forest Grove to Tillamook.
He went alone ami while attempting
to cross Wilson river while at a high
stage, was swept down w ith the cur
rent ami drowned. Ilij body was
round a few days later by a search
party, lodged in a drift a short dis
tance below the lord. The horse
was also found alive but unable to
travel, wherefore it was killed.
Saxe was buried nt Tillamook by
Corinth Post No. 3."i, by orders from
Sumner Post No. 12. The deceased
had no relatives in this state,
W. Spencer, of Pleasant valley,
Denton county, reports that two of
his sons were lust in the mountains
while tint hunting last week. They
started from homo last Saturday, and
not returning by night, several per
sons in-tituied a .-earch, but the boys
went not found until Sunday. It
was storming heavily ami they lost
tin ir Is-ariiigs, but fortunately found
nn old cabin where they remained
for the night. On Sunday morning
they shot a deer and the resTt of the
crnn U'.is bfMir 1 In Him ilitMtwiA Kv r.n a
-1 .i i:..t t k:t.t4 " " " "V
Recent rich discoveries In the gold ; species is fortunately extinct, ror the 1' the searching anty and answerrd,
mines of Raker countv have Iteen the girls of today are made of entirely 1 . and lu this way they were found.
cause of a rapid Increase of population different stuff. This was proven The Valkyrie Is vanquished, and
alt Vtii lc Tr f H t v An InnroaaaA rr 1 .on' conclusively in West Philadelphia Lord Dunraven Is silent. It
claimed for the last six
j The boys were without anything to
is sup-; eat an l hail used their last match In
cully, when Miss Alice Sypher, a posed that he is
daughter of Lawyer Joslah R, Syph-1 keeU.
dunraven about kindling a fire,
Rut they got their