mil r IMI0TAT NOTICII ) THIS MIANS VOU I WW Cijr,fjfmlfm uttrnifctl f'tr fuftu'tl turn tn ut he urt omjHiHirtl m till cW J l'r... ,,l ,nt-,r-' ' " .jr.tr.ol . ( r Ay6 C 7.niei''-.ii. ' "i k m tin tn w i'rr fii ftjMT M'Cmr, mui ru w r rV, bvtUM ertiirnc of jtMjl faith. No. Vol. XXI. 1IILLSBORO, WASHINGTON COUNTY. ORI-l'.ON. FRIDAY, NOVI-MHICR 17, ls'JIl. WKNFKALi IXKFCToltY. HfAl'K DKK1CKKS. leiivom'ir HylToater PmnoTr . tiett. W. McHnda Unllin Xl.ticuen H-t-relary of btata 'J n-onif" Siupt. I'ulilic 'InttrtirtioQ Htu l'rintr , Hupreuia Court JuJo Fifili Xi-tri.'t Atn.nn-y 1 iftli Instrii-l . . . K. M. Moklroy .frrauk O. Hnker . . .. . W. P. I.ord H. H. Iw-an P. A. Moore T. A. Moltrid . W. N. rtarrull fOlSIV OPFlCtllS. Jllllgtt . ('llllllllUHolll" rirrk lb-nurd -r . " ... 'I r'-mr r A'f ir . . . Si. , ii. i HC rvirvro.r I'.imii.it ... . . .K. Oandall I), ft. K-ncr i. i. i.nia It. II. O.xxiin It. P. Ford '. H. Watueied Wiu. Puiiitt-r I'. I".. I leirliiimn J. H. HihiiIi-x . . J. I'. Hull xv. l xv.i I J. I. Mi-IITinail. 1'rt I J. C. lU'r I '" . . N. A. Hurrfll Heard f rrnti-M . ...XS'iu. Pointer . Geo. Wilful I ltioorJr . 'I reniMirr r Mirslml ... Jilstillr of IViiim j Jaiura M.Culloeli . . O. V. l'ttrii Thou. Kn'.riok Wm. Mo;ui1hu i. I. Kniylit "Vim nmil- Bt lli llilUlwr-i fot Mill, t If-"" ' O.miii! H.'Hli. " '" ., ttuiiix k r.iriioi.i hiiU wAjf-mon,.ii:r '''C' llrn.;. -I l-ur-l.W.JnlP nnd S ilitrJ iv itt l ' " UitMiON l ii V LAND l J. T. Apix-rH Jt l'Hir l'niuit . . Urutiver '4:,Vfit"ii ani Hiw iKTV mnica A. I. aul A. M. flM'Xl.ll Y LIl'tIK NO . A. F. A A.M., I in. .).: .-vitv s.iura .y mbt m or nfur lull ui't ii i' t'U.'li ni 'nOi. H. Cmsiui.i., Hfo'y. . k. or r. IH(KNIX LOltOK. N. :W, K. OF IV, I iii.-. tH i O.IU FkIkiwV Hall MumlHy rveiiiiu of r ."ll lt. S fjuariilim l-retlin-u wnlo.nuttd l l lii iiiKftimjs. N. A. It A HflKTT. C I.. llKUMAN KcilDLMIIHIrH, K. Ill H. I. . it. . MONIK.ZI'XIX l.tIHlK. NO. . Wriliirit.lny KVriiKiiut nt H fVlok.in ! I . K. IIhII. X litiir mml whUhmiik. JUS K LI N I' M AS. N. . It. II (iO.)MN, So. I. M t'. (Iahi.t, for. Hi. llautchii'm of Id lifkali. HlLI.SIIltltO KKHKWUI I.OIMSK NO. M t . O. K.. i.n i iu OUt r II ill -vi ry Ut mui H mirilHy ,',',i of nu ll m mtli. Mm. I. M Hbnnm, N.ti. ,XU. XV. U. XX'miHimu. Kio'y. .' 'V tOt'UT 'tr.VLXTIS NO. A. OF. I. if A . iiifH erli"K l.rniij Hall tll o'oliHik. L. A. Whithiii, C 11. XV. XV. Mi Kinmh. V. H. A. O. I . XV. HILI.KHOKO LOIX1K NO. fit. A. O. f . V., luretn every Koiinit an J fourth 'J iirwlay -vriiniK iu llm iihmiiIi. II. II. Irmtoh, M. W. XV. t'.. It'KM'K, lU'Conlrr. 1 f ASH I Mi ltN KNCA.XI I'MKN f No. 4 1. O. tl. K., uir-U on aroolul mill Oilltil I' rillHV "I I'MOll moutli. H. 11. lleMfiiaiTi, I'. I . I'. II. II.IUtllllllHU. SlTllw. V. ef II. HILLSIIOHO (MtANOK, NO. 7:t, iiikI .'ml aiiU till Hnluul:iyof fBfll lUlllllU. Ituhj. m H irim i, Mauler, Ansik Imiihm, rti .i. . ! . C. MI.I I S .vt.i thiiiuliiyi-Ti-iiiiiKat 7'itlik in tlu briittimi t'linritli. Von nrr i-..riiliilly ilivilnl t Hltniil It iuwlniit. ItrNTuN )kWJt. 1'rrn . ' A.-.ill.ti I'l'N tHOIV KOII aNH dun O ill iihsIh in .Murrf'in lUirk c.pv K.-.MH.I l harJiv f fiii'li iu.hiiIi, at K ,. J. K. LOM. J. ,v. H. Kill NHKV, S.-f. !'"' 1Xl'IISl' l lll'lll'll Suiiilav Ki-li'iol al hi ii. in; pnyiT lun luu 't'hurlay ven luj at i 1 iV.UKliX I l'N XL Clit HCII. e.irnir V A1..IH niul tlltli atr.ria. I'lrai-hniK j-v.TY S .liiini h. tu.irmux ami vi'inntf. hull. Lulu i Ii.kiI at I'l n i'l irk a. m. I'' iii-i-'ui lli'H.l iy i-vi iimn. V. I". H. . r.. hunilns l h:.kl p. m. 1MK.s I I'linilmn t'luirrli, llnrry Walkin, ' pml.ir. I'liarlum nl Kitid. I'rraoliiiiil t, mi.I KixirtU Sim.l.na lit II a. in. mm 7 :u i in. Sm.liiy Si-li-'l. n hi. I'ray ft in. -I'll. i-r. riinrl.iY. "' P. in. l . I". S '. Siiml iv, 7.H l p. ui. MK. Clirit'UI. H. It. H .riliT. p.iatnr. fri-Ki'liini! rr r Snlilmlb inorniim and i v. n.iu:. S i..li.iiU HOliixil rvi-rv hiililialh al u m. l.fTijiiK iiivi-iiiit Ki-ry Siiul.iy al 4 p. in. .'iiernl r-ii-r iinflinu rfry I ii.irn t iv hviiiiiiiii. iH'a.lma" ami Sli wurd'i in rliiij ac.Miiit I urolny rtflimn ( raclj iii"tilli. II V XN.i II. K' XL i'lilUCll. .Sriviwn 't mui U hUTiil iy fvpniiik'a In "''h in. mill in J o'l-Lirk r !( II. L I'rai I. p ""ir. Miinlny S?luxl at !rVl r. w. I r.ivi-r mm on XXrilurx lay -vvn.inj ol fncli V.' I. HILt.MlilKO IlKXHIMi KHOM, H--miil airi'i'l. ill uUI M ifcinio Uiill. In ti.ii il uly lr -iu il a. in.to'i p iu. Siniilnyi. I nun I J hi. tn 6 p. Ill T. Ri CORNELIUS iK XI I K IN Dri) Goods, Grocerres, Boots, Sluvs, Hats, Caps', ""agricultural implements" Hardtrarc, Lumbtr, firain, Sec. Agents for the i)rr.rtjrr.-NHvi-:uiAX IM.OWS AMI H.MUtOWS The ix-t in the market. . :p:r,o:ditc:ei: .. OK Al l. KINIM, Taken at the llijjhe-t Market Trice. I'KOFLSSIONAL CiUDH. W. K. ilTT, L. K. AD4MI BAItlitTT Jc AtAM, . YlTORXEYS-AT-LAW, HILLS BOKO, OKF.UON. Orrti l: Central Block, Koumtd ni 7. . II. Ill ST, TTOItXEY-AT-LAW AXIXOTAltY IM'HLIC. HILI.SHOUO, OKKQOV. Orru I : Uoom Ko 8. Tniun Muck. " 'I IIOM.lS II. TOM.l V., TToltNKV-AT-IiAW, UM.IIUXtO, (IliKiON. Opkii k: Momiin HUx'k. I I k I S It It OS. l 1 1ST KACTt IIS AND v si uvr.Yoiis. H1LLSHOKO. OilKOON. Ac nt f'r 1'ar Lm k Tvp XViiti-r. iw (loom niirtli ui I'oHtotaw. -. i:. knur, JTVt KX KY-AT-LAW, I'OKTLANI). OHHION'. Kimiu : No. il,' l'urllnml Savins !.ink KuililinK, Srooud and Waaliiiipmn htrrla. J. W. M Kit It 111., Y TTf 1 1 N 1 1 Y-A T-1 1 A V, HILLSItOllO, OKK.OON. ( Irriin: uver Urrfi'it Orociry Btr, Mnin Hlroel. Ii I'll OS. II. Ill M I'll HKtS. nnWI'VAXClNII AMI J AltSTKACTl Ml !' TIT1.KS. lUl.KMHJItO, tlIir.Ull. tal paiiera drawn ami I-.nim on Iti-Bt k'llili n..L.ntialHil KilHIlll'W a'lviulcd to with pniiuptni'Ma and dixpa'i h. OKrii a: Miiin Klret. upioail tli t onrt j HollHK. It. MOV, lr.NTIST, VOI'.hST OKOX I-., OKKUON. Nuow mnkinw .--tli f.ir ."i.()0 and $7.V) iwr ait : lat of innterinl and woikniuiixliip. will cuuiiiara with iMa coatini! i'wtti i-xtrnnU-d without pmn. rillinus at tun liiweat priwa. All wurk warrnuteil. Otrica: llire d.mra north of Itrirk tora. OHli hours from a. in. im p. in. A. I.. SI'HOIIK, KITTY OH NTY SUKVKYOH II1LL9UOUO, OltEOON. Orrir: with J. C. Hull, County Knr- rryiir, at tba Court 1 1 (;:. WM. HF.NSO, " jiUACTICAIi MACHINIST, lllLLHIHIHO. OKKOON. All Linda nf rximirinir on Kleaiu K.nrlnM and IVulvra, Mill Work, Thn nliin MhcIhiihh Mower, Fsl t'nttera, ISowiiik aiaonnma. ,.ul,n,.. MuphiiiHa. VVrinurra. l'lirui. ScHlra, SoiH)r lironnd. (lun and lKlks ainithinu, Saw Kfmnj and tiled: and bae a larua nnnilH-r of aronnd-hnnd vnuiiiM and Im)U(?m for aula. All work warrniitHd. S. T. I.IXkLATKK, M. It. V. M. HYSICIAN AND SCIIDKOX, IULI.8HOKO, OKKOON. Ovrin: in HiIIhImiiii I'lmriuni'v. Kisai- intara; rnl ot t ourt iiuna. imticw nmim from a. m. to l p. m. ut riiariuHcy. wh-n not viniimu; hoforo niul Hlter 1 tint, limn at rrsiiltnoe. W. H. WHOP, M. !., HYSICIAN ANI Sl lKJKOX, IIILLSIIOUO, tKK(J(iN. (Irrira: iu t'hrnrttH Kow. UMinrKra: corner Kimt and Minn atn-ela. J. 1'. TAMII.SlK, M. I. i n. it. sriiDKox, HILLsnoiiO, OltllOON. s. Ornm id llrHieiisi : corner Ttird and Main Slrwtn. tutien bnurn, l;.l"l to vi a. m., I to ft and 7 to n p. ni. Telephone to rraidi-tid troin r-.K-.k A. twin iriitrKre ai all hour. All cilia promptly attended, inLl ii r day. r. i. mo m, u. p. r. j. .iiLf. a. . u. n. IMIS. t A. A f. J. lttll.KY. PHYSICIANS. sntDKDXS AXli 1 ACOU ClIF.l'KS. HILLSHOHO. oui:oon. Orn. : in I'liarmaor. I'liioii lil.H-k. Cnlta attemled to. im:lit or d.iv. Ke.i.lence, S. XV. (Vir. Una Line alid heoond aireeU. XX. II. Ki t ki lt, kai. lxr.vn: adi-'.n r v ami mni:y I.OAXKII HILLMIOKO. OKKOON. OFK F.1IS TO THK IT'KI.t''. Land in lares or aniall tracta, and will rrrbaut! ianda in tha oonntry tor town or city prop rtvi in f:iot. If yun hare auythuiu to ci cbajitfi. In any locality, aec nie. WAGONApWHEELWRIGHT SHOP. I li.ivc ofxMiisI a luii f. r the repair e( CAKKI AliLS, HI t.l.US AMI WAt.! and nil kiivl.iol ynnl aurk. ITISFCTi01 C0NHF0. Ki.p ttiir.lner'" nit Mand, half bl.-U aoinli ef tins-r' t.iie. Tj. W. IIOUHB, nii.Laioiio .... criooii. ll.KVH,AM, 1 II K KErORtfllt. Cirfivt-r I'lfXt'laml 1 UU hIiuiii' L It fail it the first prtUcnt xvlio has frankly made high diplomatic j voli tions a mrttti-r of haigaln find snip. The rule upon whirh he nct I-t "drop a campaign contribution in the slot, and get a fat office, the fat-uc-s xxlicreof .shall It; lit proportion to tlie size of the contribution." At uoiniiiatioiH go In, the mate of re payment become apparent. The Van Allen appointment showed that a f"iO,mNi contribution takes nit fin- bilsy. XoW colnen Mr. llixvelt, another son-in-laxv of the Astor fim- ily, xx luc coiitrlliiition lat fall xt its lln.iMHi. He bus jut nii'ived the l po-t of M-rretnry ol li"';itinll III ln- don. y Thus 1.4 the true measure of "re form" lccoming npparcut to the pisijile o' the I'nited Statis. That angelic reformer, Drover Cleveland, xv I ii m pompous (lictuin that "public oltlce Is a public trust," has l-cen mouthed by democratic orittors until it is naueatini;ly familiar to the American iHiiple, dotsi not practice what he preaches. Heponsible di lomatic pm-itions are given out to Anglomaniac dudes, xvho have no elaiiii on I lie score of either tltness or e.ierlence, or ex'en long party st-vii-e, simply lieeuiisi they are wealthy enough lo make heavy contributions to helji elect Mr. Cleveland last fall. This is Indeed "reform" xvilli a ven geance! How do the horny-handed demo crats on the farms, iu the ranks of toil every xv ncre, like Cleveland's plan of dishing out the plums to rich men only? Wealth is the open st- ' same toollieial preferment under this j administration. Merit don't count and parly si-rvice cuts no tlgure. Is , s ( (f o.f,,,.,,,-! (, ru ,U .and llle of the democracy voted lor sj ,(,v,.mU r. Tolislo Klad 1' The f.ict of mo-t politiiiil sio;niti cance ut present is that hard times have come xvith democratic rule under the same laws which e.xlslisl when repiiblieim rule iptve the coun try reuuirkable prosja-rity. Kecne, N. II., July, I'l, lsi. N'oit.M.xx Lit HTV, In-s Moines, Iowa. Jik.xk Snt : I eiiclostsl .r(l ts nts in stamps for two boxes of Krause's Headache Cup-nil's, same as lnt. Work like iiuiL'ic. Send at olicc if possible, as I am out. Respectfully, A. A. ltlUINUsiiN. For sale by Hillsboro riiarmacy. HEALTHY Friiil Trees! First-Class Nursery Stock -AT- HARD TIMES PRICES. I'rtl ri Irei two year obi, $'i.(Y) per 0X Oder fruit lieen in pmpiiitioii. Cherry, Plum, Apple, Pear; other general tock. W. PORTER. To lnile inirlhea.t of l'oret f irove. AM, HVI i' TIME TA ttl.E. KAST AND SOUTH . . Tl I THE SHASTA ROUTE or Tut SorTHKRN VAC. CO. tirKHNS S.iiuh" 111 I 'l A II Tiuni I.ey r'rnsn Dailt : Nortt "a -jitk M 7KID M I,T Ar Portland Han Franeiaco Ar j It I Almve trnina atop at all atations from Portland In Altmnv : alai at Tanir-nt. Sliedda, Ilalaey, llai rihnrtf, Junnliun Cut. Imi j. I-ncene. and all ataliiuia from Una. Imru lo Aalilnad, mclnaive. KOSKHt KO M XIL DAILY ; S .ill A M fti.vi r 4 Lt Ar Portland K'whurff Ar I l.T 4:S-lr 7:( a lUXIXIi t AHSIIX. 0.lL?t ItOt TF.. PULLMAN GUFFET SLEEPERS .. AMD .. Sernd-( Uaa MerplBir Cur Atti aao to All Thoimih TaAiri. Went Kid Divlaion. HKrwtLN POlliLASU A CXMVALLIS M ill Train Daily ( Einepl Sunday). to A M a:.Xtl 1 M I2:. r l.T Lt Ar Portland Hillahoro t'orrallia Ar L L :v. r a Hi ru I l-iTM Albany and CorralliaeonniK)! with tnona of tlie iVtiron 1'aoiflo Kail road. I Kipn-aa Train Daily, ( Eierpt Hnndny 1. j rfl ru I. Portland" Ar I S::'.x"i i:iiipn Lt 'Hi Ulsiro I. t I 7.1.1 a l,n Ar McMinnvill L Ji:iO A n ' I 1 THKOt'OH TICKK'IS to all Dointa In lb ' Kair Ktaio. Canada and tnrop. tma tw , oliiaini'd at lnvpat ratta (rum i. 4. Morgan, airrni, uiiisiioro. E. P. KOGEKH, K. KOF.HLCR. Aaat.O. K.AX F.Ac'l Manatfar, Portland SHERMIN UN' THE (IRKINCV. A fexv ev iiins before the eliflioii In Ohio John Sherman made a fi-ech in C'lntlunattl, in which he said tlil of uioney : Kut the rc-ult of that xva- that xve finally did tiii-pend the ptirchaseof silver bullion. Sniietim. s it is siid wo demone tize silver by this action. No, no, my countrymen, I am as linn a be liever in silver as 1 am lit gold. I want both metals, ami phiity of both 1 do not want one to be so large in amount that It will demonetize nnd drive out the other. I xvant them like txxo well-iii:i!ehil Imr-is iliw- iny side by i-ide, rtu h shoxxim; In step and cadi iii:iviu hi- part ol the li4d. . It i Mlid wh".l f- refllsi to buy ilvcr xve are tfoiii-j to p-t rid of Mixer. Why, as 1 have said ls fore, xve have i;T7,immi,immi silver dol lars, cillier coimsl or iu the treasury or in circulation, or in bullion sutll cient to make lsii.iHHi.ooo silver dol lars. We have I'o.iMio tons of silver either in the treasury or in circula tion amoiio; our people. Txvcnty thousiiud tons! Just think of it! Now, becuu-rf" we say xve have enough silver, that xve ouht not to have any more, therefore xve are enemies of .ilvcr! It xvas the re publican party that devised Hush' measures by xvhicli wUl and silver Isnuiie the staintard money. Sliver was to In- employed to the fullest possible extent ill the business of our country, ami both were to be supple mented by the he-t forms of paper money to be i ued by the national government, always redeemable iu Cold and silver, and always one as Hood as the oilier. Applause. J Now you may ask--and I urn try ing to (tive you xx hat little informa tion I can, although I suppose you know all thce things xx hat is it we fear about silver. Il is this, a tliiuy: that you in this rich and l MUtilnl and productive city must know. Silver thirty years iijjci xvas not found in the I'nited States. No silver xv pn s un 1 1 In re. Uuld xvas found iu California and Nevada, but silver xvas found nowhere, but it xvas finally disisivered ill c''e!it ma" ' in Color ado. We then bewail to prmluce it, and now xve are the largest silver pr m I u-i !; co'iutry in the xvorld. We produce xt hat xx ill coin alsait Tu.iiimi, uoo silver dollars in a single yi ar. At the same time that this reat pro duction of ours xv as oceurri nc In our country and iu Mexico, Australia and other countries, the Kiilonan nations one by one demonetized sil ver. It is not valuable enough to I measure the productions of mankind. lt is n depreciating commodity. As this vast amount of silver came in si;ht it went down in price, just like xvlieut xx ill codoxvn xvheu there is overproduction, or corn or theprinl-j nets of your xx orkshops. Twenty j years aco a silver dollar of -71 J ' grains xvas i tiial to a dollar in K"hl; I noxv it takes iwii grains of silver to be xxoith a dollar in cold. The silver in the silver dollar to day is only worth about .Moor .Vic, and xve knexv that if xve continued to use this silver it would finally dem inonetie gold, and then all contracts would lie bused upon silver alone. Therefore, it is xvith this result mani fest that xvlien this purchase of silver bullion xvas stopped, xvith $;77,mmi,. in jo on hand, there xvas a sigh of relief all over the country. 1 do not say it xvill cure the evils we are sutl'erin there are other causes I xvill point out hut that it Is a measure of relief no man can ipiestion. The republican party, be it tomorrow, next day and forewr, will stand for the bimetallic money, Cold and silver at par xvith each other, and at par xvith xvith all other forms of money. Wo do not xvant any nipujr. red doc money; xve want cuod indney, that is stamped by the eaule of the Vnited Slates, and that is backed ' by the xvliole wealth of the people of the 1'nitcd State". We want good money of the various kinds, and plenty of it. That is our idea. Noxv, our dein a-rat friends t not k noxv w hat tliey want. (.aught r. Absolutely they are unable to aris upon ft propo-itinn in regard to fin ance. 1 think they xvill lie unible to in roc.tr I to other m ttters. Th -re-fore, I have no doubt it xvas with a sic h of relief that the president of the I'nit ed States finally saw the re;uiblit.ins Jiad come to his support when for once iu his life he xvas riht o:l th issue he proMisi. '1 am a fru' trader, noxv that elec- j lion is over. I did not openly sny j fns trade before i lection, but noxv I ! will take my onMi to it." Fancy a j man xxho had the consummate call j to make such a remark as this at the j Reform Ciub dinner, N'ovemlier 1, j lsiij, now havinc the Impertinence, to ask the xvorkincnien of Masra-j chiiscits to cltN-t him as their govern-1 or! Yet this is the manner of man. that John F Itus-ell is and the Hay state voter should to it that they ..... , , reh gate him to a place where there 1 xvis'tving ami gnfl'liing of teetii American economist. They "saw- to It" on that cold Tuesday. The majority xvu yo.nmi. lihrsliiXl AMI IHXVAII. Oa (MoUr 1 -th Sei-retary tirw ham, fr m infoi.'nation derivej from Ulount's r-oit, xvrote l'resld'nt Clex'ehind that the revolution It. Hawaii la! xx inter xvas fomented, themie.'ii deposed and tlie provisii n al government estahli-hisl ly tlie connivain-e and aid of V'nlteil Si.'tes Minister Stevens and the I'nited States navy. Thoso bein xxroiicful ly depoM'ii, by the Fnitisl States, It is the duty of the coverninelit to put the ijueen back on the throne. Tlie nexx's reports from Washington has this aniiunt of an interviexv lalxveen I're-ident Cleveland and tin old resident of I lonolula : James I I vdc I'ratt, of Albany, Next York, is in Wushingion. 'I Ihtc is family relationship betxvisn 1'resl dent Cleveland and Mr. I'ratt, Cleve land's grandfather having Iss-n a bi-othcr to I'ratt's mother. I'ratt had a previous aciiuaiutance with Cleve land, havinc often sis n him while he xxas at Albany as governor of New York. I'ratt also has family relationship in the Hawaiian Islands and feels much exercised at tlie fiolicy toward the islands enunciated In Secretary tiresliam's letter, lie drove out to Woodley this Hl'tcrnoon and had a half hour's talk xvith the president on the subject. As the re sult he learned that Cleveland a Im proves thoroughly and xv dolly (Jrcs ham's letter and all contained in it. I'ratt has lived much in the islands, and does not agree at all xvith (Iri's ham's ideas or belief as to the facts in the case. He slatinl to the presi dent that Oresham's letter read to him like a special plea of an advocate for his case. His statement that the deposition of the ipiis-n xvas accomp lished by aliens is surlicieiit lo i!is. credit the xx hole letter to his mini), for he had knoxvledge that most of the leadersot'ihe revolution xvero Hawaii an born, and that I he parents of many of them were Hawaiian born, though of foreign extraction, lie urgisl also that the lnM natives approved 1 1 1 - present government and only thedis ordei ly i lenient was amongst tho-e vxho iliivd its overlhroxv. lie stalisl to the president that it xvas his belief that in order to re establish (jucen l.iilioiikalui, it would be icv cessiiry to iliNinu every x 1 1 i I -man on the islands. lie did not believe the- Ucctl could is maintained on the throne a day xxithoiit the iiillueiice of armed forces or tin authority of the t'nite l States. The presi-nt govcriiineiit. he arcuisl, is iu possj.ssioii of all Un arms and poxvers of authority, has its forces xve! I orga'li.e I and di-c'p lined and. is able to maintain itself against interna! ional disturbances. AITI'iN UKSTKVKNS A I) XVII. VI. lie then ipicslionisl the accuracy of tlie statement that Minister Stev ens and Captain Wilt, were liMni mental iu serving the revolutionists and that the success of the revolution xvas dependent upon the aid they rendered. They did no more, he as-1 sertod. than xvas authorized by in structions of Secretary llayard to Minister Morrill in July, H7, for his guidance in n similar period of disorder. At this ioiiit the presi dent asketl I'ratt xvhether he thought he had its good opwrtunitios of in formation on the snbject as the presi dent after a furful investigation and studv of the subject for H months. Pratt rejoined that he thought he had since he had Ims-ii in intimate relation, by correspondence nnd otherxxisc, xvith the islands for -over .10 years. The president closed the interviexv by saying he had absolute faith in the accuracy of all conclus ions drawn by Wrosham, and that Stevens and Captain Wilt, hail com mitted an act of usurpation and had done xvrong to a helpless power, which it was the duty of the I'nited States government to undo. ir(-t kle tlir Suf .ir K iiitr l ('lad. Claus Sprcckles xvas interviewed in regard te S-cretary Wresham's letter to the president, lie said : "I have so freiiient ly exprcssi-d my view publicly lately that I can not find anything further to say other than lo express my sati-f.n tion over the chisrl'ul new hist night. The men who n present the so-t ailed j rr(l , ,01 resp.indingly small, provisional government hud no more j ,(, v,.r j-oinent for the varloiw right todcpt.se tin-iueen of .Hawaii (.(H (f (.iexving gum have lieen and assume control of the govern-, r),,(V, t(1 ,. rt. While walk tnent machinery than I xxould tnir(lll ,-state stns t la-t wis k I saw demand of rre-ideid ( leveland his , . . j( iN Wliy a masterpiccn. seat a 1 xx a-ningioii. 1 nut r u c , management of tin- revolutionary I mil r II e gtjvernuient business iu the islaiu'i nns iss ti nepress ohiiik loiiit- ixx ing to uie UUtenamiy 01 me sruaiioii irnue lias diiiiinislied grcut'y, u the customs' resirt w ill -hoxv, and it xxould have continued to diiniui h so long a the nexv governiii'-nt exi-ttsl. The pn- ... visional government ha msmi fit to change tariff and make loans unfit ted tor the trade of the country and the diastrou result is only what might expected." Nexv York City' bank surplus k on crowing'anil is noxv near the figure i.r lsi, when it stissl t the high-water mark. In Augu-t of thirt year the surplus reached JI,- (hminki, xx hile not it Is t.2,fHl.':fi. j II It. II IKKKS IUK rOltt:i(;FKH. You Niy if Americans buy Austra lian xool ii xvill lessen F.nclish sup plies and advance Fnclish price--. This could not take place uutll the American clip is no longer produced. Then if xve had enough protection upon cloth to cover the difference Is'txvis'ii l.'uglish and American fac- tory wages that xve could loinpt I xvitli l.nglisii tloth iu our oxvu markets, we xvould buy our raxv xvih)Is iu tlie London market as a mutter of. course nnd tlie xvorld'. price for xv. s.l would advance. It might even adxaiuv lo a dt-grtsj that xvould make xxmil in the fnv trade market-of the xvorld as high as il has lifcn in the t'liiltsl Slates under prott clioii, but xx hen this takist place the cost of the raxv material in a suit of clothes must then Is' fully as great under free xvool a it is today xvith protected xvool. Adlllittitlg that such may la- tlie case, xx dint has U-eu acfompli-hcd? What has Us-n gained? You have destroyed the American xvool industry, worth to the nation .'00,1x10,11011, and lessened the aliility of tin- American xvihiI- croxver to purchase clot hi ng. You have tlestroyisl a market for 4.",(hmi,- 000 bushels of corn and l'oo.Ooo.imni kiuiiis of hay previously (sinsunietl by our I "1,1 mm 1,1 ion sheep. You have lessened the value of the sheep farm; you have paid an nxvful price for free raw material, and at the end of ten years, after destroying tlie American xvool supply, wdicd is one-eighth ol the xvorldV product, xvool liecolnes scarce and dear, and oxving to the advance in the xvihiI markets of the xxorld clothing xvould be as tlear or tlwarer than it ever xvas under tlie McK inley laxv. Now, if clothing is not to be p.-rmanently cheajienisl, xx hat advantage is there in paying such a priii' for the experiment ? Win 11 the free trader has reali.eiT to the rtillest extent all that he ever hoped for from fns trade, the cost of obtaining it xxill have Ims-ii found to have been o great as to have i-oun-t-rlalancfd more than liundnsls of thousands of times over the supposed Ire.- Ineli- ml vantages. You cannot destroy a great industry in which at lei-t .'1,110.1, niiii pimple directly ami ilnlirivlly are interested xxithoiit 1 aii-iug iiiucli misery to many men, in. i' xx iihoiit crippling to a greater or U s tlegioe evt ry otjier man. Tin-prospt rity of this country 1111 1I1T tin- McKiuley laxv has Ihs-ii the greatt-st in its history. Why should xve, therefore, repeal that law under w hich the American nation has been not only (he most prosperous nation of the xxorld, but during that time, the only pro-pen us nation of the xx oild? Thtsidore Justice in Kcono- lllist. Oregon ( lljr 1 41 ml 0111 t-e. The amount of business transacttHl at the 1 iregon City land olllce is con tinually increasing. A long as two years ago thoollU-c ranked second, jtlltrfvl by receipts, in the I'nited States, the one at Sent tie alone mak ing a belter slioxxing. F.ven the recent financial deprsion has not affected the amount of business, and Colonel Miller, says there is got d prospect of an iinusal year' business, and the indications are that this will lie the liest office in tlie country for the fiscal year. The report for ( K-to-lior make a gratifying showing. 1 Hiring the month 47 cash entries xvere made, including .11 claims. There xvere 4 homestead filings, 17 pre-emption and 21 final pnaifs made. The cash receipts of tlie office xvere f I0,ss,()7, 13'...I0 of which xvas made up by fci-s and testimony accounted for by other rei-ciptH and tlie balance i a-ii paid to tlie govern ment for land. Kate Fit Id's Wasliington 1 in clined to the opinion that if gum chew ing statistic were taken throughout the United States, Chica go xvould come out well in tlie lead. This is not a ca-ual conclusion but the result of observation extending over a pt riod of several years. The perts ntage of Cliicagoans addicted to this wearying and profitless imita tion of iiia-tication is very large. The proportion of those who alistuin s,..lt(., j rt t. unyn chariot was a . ,M,ig wuiian w ith conspie- H()l,.y .lispiayttl abundant red locks. .j, novel-looking turnout wa (ira,v by txxo white hor , ami as m. . m.1(,j provetl the subject 1 ,,f n,M.,i ,,f laugliing comment. The ' ,,,,. :i ..,,,,,,, W:1 of course busily ! 1 chewing a she drove h'T team through the crovtthsl thoroughfare. S. A. Clark ha -cn Mt. Hood J pmoking thns-times, the last occa-ion , being la-t wis k. Strange th.it none but Mr. Clark see the phenomena, pa.ss.sl hims eongrw met will Ui and strange too that the Are ra,'e particularly damaging t the demo-j but a jmrt of the day. Men have cntt. ilole Iiemts-rat, Noveml r said that tin-) smoke cloud are"i." Two day later tlie prophecy; nothing but wind storms drifting the j was emphasized by giving the n-j snow over the aumnilf . I publican ticket 30,00 majority. VUl03 IKOX AWAY ItVlk. Chairman Wilson, of the commit tee of w ays und means, la-ing xx holly unable to find any plausible reason tor the removal of the duty usjii winI, had to resort for an il lustration to a comparison xvith con dition.) in i'u. He stated that wool . In 1s"j7 xxas put on the fns trade list, an I that at that time xve were pros perous. Noxv, xx hat xvas then the exMing condition? Iu July, l"-7, XX Ohio wool xvas xvortli Oil cents, and xvoot xvas then put on the fnv list; then, a now, the democrats had control of all branches of the govcru mcnt. Jaim-s Ituchaiiau xvas pii-i-dent and Isith brauchi-s i f i-niigres Were Ii -li H x ro t it-. What followed? A financial panic spread ad over tin country, and by the end of that yeai XX Ohio xvi Mil had fallen from ' is.-nts to 30 cent., a tits-line of in per cent, in six months. Chairman Wilson points to this condition as a happy Mate of affairs, and invites Un American ja-ople toa new trial of the same exjierieniv. Ilcsiilc, in s"i7, tlie conditions of the xtorld's supply wer' very unlike those of s;i;. Aus tralia then produced only .tn.nim.iMMi Miunds of scounsl xvihiI as against J.'iO.ihmi inhi Miunds in l'.t.'!, an in crease of over 700 Ja-r cent.; tin Kivr I'latteprialucedonly li,not,nno N-iiinds of scounsl xvool, and In si;! that country pnalucetl 1 lO.iMiu.uiKI K)iinls of scounsl xvihiI, an incn-a-s of 1.IMI0 M-r cent. The Cape of Wood lloH-in I s.17 produced only lo.nnn, I m id Miiinds of scoured wool, xxhile iu 18!):l that country product! .MI.inmi, ihmi Miunds of sisnirtsl xvool, an in crease of 4'MI jh'T cent. Thus t lit xvorld s supply ol xvool in iv.i.i i drawn from the southern hemisphere, where, by reason of perennial pasture!' ta tter in xx inter than in summt r, xvool can Ih- produced ut from in to 1 is-nts ja-r pound la-loxv its cost iu the rigorous xx inter climate of the Fuited States, while in ls.'J the bulk of tin world' supply i-ame from the north ern hemisphere, xvhere, oxving t xxinter ftssling. xvihiI growing i alxxays more cintly than in Australia. New and extensive fields for xvool i( rowing have Ihsmi opencl in tht southern teiiiH-rate .one that xxen idle in H.-.7. In March, ls'.W, XX Ohio protiH-ted xvihiI xvas worth over lid cents scoured, and in free trade Uindon the same quality xvas xvortli ;tu wnts. If it xvero known that the McKinly laxv xvouldnot lu-disturbcd, XX Ohio -xvool in the tleece would again lie xxorth i!0 cents M-ourtsI (its value on the day that I 'resident Har rison left the White House), but with free xvool tlie price of X X liiio wool xx on Id lie the Ioudon price ol ;io cents scounsl. Theo. Justits-. ( levrlantl Did It. The San Franciso K.xaminer though an ardent supporter of Cleveland in ls'.ij, is not noxv an admin-r of that exponent of democracy. It xvas only a few xveeks ago that several attack ing editorials were published, and noxv viewing the disaster that has overtaken the party that leading journal ha these further words : "Mr. Cleveland understands now how the American masses viexv his insolent attempt to play tlie role ol a dictator xxho would make both congres and tlie supreme court creat ures of his will. Fight months of Caesnrisni have done their work. Mr. Cleveland has wns-ketl his party. Congress has Iss-n taught that it is a lietter jxilicy to follow the demo cratic platform than to olx-y the or ders of a gentlemen W dose egotism closi-s Ids eye to facts und Ids ears to advice. For that platform he sub stituted his own pleasure and made the mistake of supposing that the press of Nexv York and the initg xtumpsof the Atlantic strip consti tuted the press and the iicople of the United State. Presidential cont-it ami obstinacy and congressional mi pi nc nt -ks hax-c brought uhout the ca tastrophe. ICt congress tell the president to mind his oxvn business, which i to execute laws, and w ith out the loss of 11 day, and, xx lien it reassembles, to pna-nsl to carry into effect the promises of the Chicago platform." The conclusion of this arraignment was the follow ing, Mali cistsl : "Itefomi the tariff and smash the trusts; restore silver to its constitu tional place in the currency." Oregon is not a small pumpkin after all when she carries away twenty award at the world' fair to California twelve, and Washington four. In every state in tlie Noith in xx hich canvas" are under way the length of tlie contest over repeal in . ' . ... . the demra-ratic congft-n will hurt that party. Iu Massachusetts, e ecially, w here the finance ues(ion has figunsl prominently in the cam-1 paign, the failure to bring aUnit n--j ieal until nearly thr-e month had imi: TDK maii:. A it it h it senate has Iss-n orgiiuiisl at Oregon t 'ity, xx hen embryo slates. Illi-ll xx ill exercise their jsxver. A car has l-n put ou the Willa mette Falls railway, extending .from Oregon City to the mouth of the Tualatin river. The mayor of Tlie Hal Us ha n--ct'ivtsl a Idler thrcatiilng death un less work is given to the x filer xx ithln thns- day. Tlie C.i 1 M- Horn, (Columbia llivt ri, 1'eli-graph company have completed their line to Cnrriusvillu, Clackama county, and i-Xss't to retted Oregon j t 'ity by January. I Ilie largest single Nile of hops was etiii-ttsi iy ir. Ii.ivi, at llarrishurg, xvhosiilil I s bales, or la-t wis-n 7",0ihI ami so.ooo poumls, at III trnt, net ting tl l.ooo. High xx atcr has, for the sei-ond lime this fall, driven I ho xvorkmell out of tlie canal ut Oregon City head works of the FIcctrie Improvement company. A prosper! ing party Is out in the Cascade mountains, near the bound ary line hdwi-cn Multnomah ami Clackamas counties, looking for a oiiart. ledge that is iiid to exist. It is rich in gold. A xxt'll J.'T fis't dis'p has lnn Imittl twelve miles north of l'clldlc ton that fiirnishts gocsl water and a ipiantily sutlicent for irrigation pur hiscs. It js is puiiistl to t he siii factx liy a txvelve foot xv imi mill. What kind of sermons xxilltlioso lie w hirh the ."iiio ( 'al 1 for 11 In preachers) have agreed to preach on the suljis-t, "purity of the prtsv?" How xvould it tlo for I Ih-iii to furnish pun mate rial for press comments? The St. Helens Mist thinks that city ought to In-come a gn-at tradtx center. That's right, brother; but la-fore any great th-gnst of prosa-rity will be enjoyed liioss-hnckism must depreciate greatly. Itut in the mean time tin not lo-e sight of the fact that the more progressive Industrial class are relegating mn-hackism to the rear and in spite of all the kalamity shr'n-kers I he country Is pushing steadily ahead. It apicars that the republicans wanted the cannon to colehrate with this time, ami if it xvas iu Salem they would make a strong attempt to get it. Itut (lie governor has decith-d that that piece of brass Is ttxi sacred to lie us-tl for any but populist victor ies, and accordingly has sent it to the iir.-imry at Portland. It was ili-signaled on (lie hill of lading ns the "I'ennoyer Cannon," and hence forth it xx ill Im-mi- that name. iH-mo-crat. A caron the Southern Pacific was taken possession of by Home sixty " Tourists," nnd when tho train reached Salem tht conductor asketl tlie city olllcials for their arrest. So as to have a gootl cause, the city mar shal asked (lie conductor to order them out of the cars, xvhicli xxas dona ami tlie order olieyed. The "gang" tumbled out ran lor ward and en tered a si -cond car. The railroad olllcials (hen let them ride ami Fort- land's population Is Increased by si xty some. U. I). Allen, of the Waldo Hills, ussl to lie an admirer of Ilcnny pheasants. This season he is a firm believer that they are a iet. Mr. Allen lias a vineyard, hut no grajiea. The ) icnny pheasants have no vine yard, t .tit they had many graast. An fast as the gras ripened, the Den ny's ute them. Mr. Allen utood. guard xxitli a gun, so the pheasant stayed out during the tlay and got in double xvork during the night. Salt-til Independent. A good story is told upon a Wash ington woman who now makes her home in Colorado. With evidently no thought as to the curious sound of the combination if siokf n quickly, she has called her oldest child Helen Virginia. Not long ago upon a visit to this city slie proudly brought her young daughter in, to see an old friend. "What have you called your daughter" iiioricd the visitor. -"Helen Virginia" whs the complacent reply. "Ah, ami w hat do you call her in Colorado," was the uncxjicct tl but very natural r-ponse. Kate Field. I toy, the IJ-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs; Frank J. Ileatty, of Clietn awn, xvas found dead in the wood hcd nuar the residence on Tuesday last, w ith a bullet hole in his head. The discovery was made aliout 2 p. m. ami from the np-arance of the b'sly it is pre-iimed that death came in-tantly. The revolver was a Smith A Wcs-oii, of thirty-eight caliber, Hiid a five--hiMiti r. The ball entered the left -ide of the fats' below the temple, coming out at tlie top of the head. The wt axili belongtsl to Ms mother ami was uptiocd to havn Us 11 bill under the led, ami just when the I my found it cannot he con jcctunl. (toy was subjis-t to epilep tic fit and naturally rtuinl great can- und attention which made him the pet of the Iteatty home, ami the shok Is a seve re one to the family. Suleni IsrlOisrilt.