Washington independent. (Hillsboro, Washington County, Or.) 1874-18??, December 25, 1874, Image 2

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    .' THE INDEPENDENT.
Hillsboro, Friday.
Reports of Our County School
KUitcriiitcntlent
We have published Superintend
ent Gault's reports on public schools
in this county to which vte invite the
attention of our readers.
We agree with Mr. Gault that the
salary of our county school Supeii
tendent should be targe enough
enable hira to devote his entire time
to visiting and perfecting our schools
We will have to do this in time as
most of our sister States have done
and the sooner tho better for all
concerned.
But we are not disposed to coin
cide with the Superintendent that a
compulsory system of education
would be impolitic in this State . It
is both impolitic and radically wrong
for any people to allow a class in its
midst to grow up in utter ignorance
of books, which is tho certain result
of our present voluntary system of
education.
But thero are good arguments on
both sides of this question, and we
would bo happy to publish Mr.
Gault's reasons for the faith that is
in him. We intend to discuss the
matter at length when we get time,
aud will also publish valuable arti
cles on the question from other
sources.
Free of Postage.
Under the new postal law subscri
bers in the county icill not have to pay
postage on their coun'y paper, so send
in your names for the INDEPEND
ENT. explanatory.
In a previous number we expatia
ted on the subject of hog raising as a
useful art, and we hope that our
friends will not infer from what we
sakl that we have' 'gone back"on our
old antipathy to hog3. We claim
that we were consistent. We only
advocated the raising of a heller breed
of hog3 thereby to mitigate the evil.
Want it understood that we have n '
compromise with hogs a hogs nor
the devil. We believe, as an inci
dental remark, that the devils that
entered the swine in Palestine have
never left them. We were pointed
in childhood to tho holes under hogs
jaws as the place where the Old Fel
low had gone in, and we believe it
yet.
We are led to make these miscella
neous remarks on account of an old
sow that has rooted up our door
yard, smashed our fences, broken
down our gate and be-deviled us
generally for i fortnight. It is &
good thing we have no shotgun or it
might get busied.
ftoivcll & Chesman.
Rowell & Chesman have estab
lished an offce at St. Louis where
they will solicit advertising for pub
lishers moc especially in the North
west. Mr. Rowell, the well known
partner of the firm of Geo. P. Row
ell & Co., of New York, is known to
publishers and advertisers all over
tho Union, but to editors more es
pecially as the editor and publisher
of the American News taper Reporter.
He is a man trusted by all. Mr.
Chesman was formerly editor of the
Reporter. St. Liouis is pavtiularly
blessed by the advent of this new
advertising agency in her midst and
publishers will hail the event as a
new era in newspaper prosperity.
T..E "organs" are busy just now
predicting that if the Democracy
should get into power that they
would pay the South for her slaves
and other impossible claims, make
null the three amendments to the
constitution, etc. etc. The truth of
the matter is that these "organs
fear that the Demociucy would pur
sue a wise and lawful course and win
the confidence and support of the
people.
Important Notice.
The INDEPENDENT has the sol ;
.right of publishing litigant printing
for Washington conn' f find contains
alt the neics of our County Courts and
all the home news, which no other pa
perpubUshci, t acre fore evry vian in
the county needs the INDEPEND
ENT and should immediately sub
scribe for it.
For the very best Photographs, go
to Bradley & Knlof son's Gallery with an
tLKVATUK.sat Montsomery Street ban
Francisco.
"The Religious War "
The Halletin in a column and a
half article prophesies a religious
war in Europe which he thinks will
arise out of the conflict of opinion
about the dogma of Papal infallibil
ity. In our humble opinion there is
not the least danger of a religious
war on this account. The age for
religious wars has passed. It is su
perstition that makes such wars and
the chains of superstition have been
so weakened and broken that they
have lost their power. Austria re
vokes her covenant with Rome, Ger
many laughs in in the face or the
Pope aud all tnat the impotent Pio
Nono can do is to issua his encyclic
al letters, count his beads and mum
ble hi3 paternosters. And thero
is about as much danger of a relig
ious war in Protestant England as
there is of the English people re
turning to the barbarism and cruel
ties of the Plantagenets and Tudors
when women were publicly whip
ped in the streets of London and
men and women were burned at the
stake for opinion's sake.
To Working Men.
The Independent is owned by a la
loring man and is the working man's
friend, opiosed tit laziness, drunken
ness, outlawry, vested and corporate
rights when oppressive, and opjtosed to
whatever tries to usurp the right's of
the people. Subscribe for it.
Will Somebody Explain.
There is one thing that wo would
like to have explained: Why is it
that a certain class of men de
nounce the Grangers for buying in
the cheapest market and engaging
in certain lines of business when
they choose, and who at the same
time tliiuk that it is all right for
merchants and manufactue s to do
the same thiDg ? One at a time now.
We were shown a letter this week
written by Mr. Wm. Wat3on of
Recdville to the State Board of Im
migration of thipStatc which is to be
sent to Australia for publication. As
an essay on the resources of ouiState
and JW. T. we have not heard it
surpassed. He represents Eastern
Oregon and Washington as a grc.
stock growing country in a -plai.i
and truthful manner. Mr W.'s si o
ofwiiting is very interesting. We
hope for the good of this coast that
all persons when writing about it
will show the same regard for truth
as in the case of Mr. Watson.
Rev. Geo. Ciandle, we are glad
to learn, can now walk a little and
is regaining tho use of his limbs. It
is to be devoutly hoped that he will
regain his wonted health. We can
not wi 11 afford to lose such useful
m?n as Mr Chandler. His many
friends in this State who respect his
virtues, admire his talents and love
him for the great sacrifices he has
made here in early days for the good
of man and the glory of God will be
glad to learn of his convalescence.
The Astoria says that the vessels
at Portland now take their cargoes
mostly from steamboats instead 1 1
loading from the warf, and that it
will not be Ion? until our wheat will
be all floated down the river in barg
es to the vessels waiting at Astoria.
The Republicans have carried the
municipal elections in Salem and Al
bany lately,
1 louseliolder.
Si nd in your names, and if you are
unable to pay in advance tee will send
you the Independent and wait on you
a year. To clnbs of five we will send
the Independent for one year for $10
and for clubs of ten or more we will
sevd the Independent one year for
$20 00 with an extra number to the
gciler up of the clsb.
K. W. Y. Z. DISCOURSETH VARIOUS
LY. Our part of the world has during
the "ast ten days been visited with a,
remarkable
Matrimonial Tidal Wave.
It began out north of us on the 29th
ult. Bent WHson was the happy man
and Mattie Crow the favored lady.
The boys thought they would
'Shlveree"
Him, so arming themselves after the
manner of those engaged in that bus
iness they rallied aud went forth.
Uent said the best he could do for
them was to give some apples. The
boys thought app!es were rather cold
to charivari on so they tried him the
next night. This time they were no
more successful than before.
In the meantime the tidal wave
was traveling south and by Thurs
day afternoon it had got across Dai
ry Creek. This time iill Enis did
the with-my-worldy-goods-I-thee-en-dowing,
and Mies Amanda Fouts
was the well pleased recipient. This
took place about 2 o'clock p. m. The
same day the wave crossed the prai
rie north of the Grove and Don Davis
a young man of about 30, became a
husband and father all in a few min
utes and there was one loss widow
in the land. But the wave although
apparently stayed did not stop but
Monday it managed to gel to the
Grove. Miss Emma Blank had to
succumb under its powerful shock;
and Mr. Allen of Benton county no
more mourns as a widower. When
will it stop! K. W. Y. Z. is alarmed.
(We fear it will catch K. W. Y. Z.
next. Ed.) '' 1
K. W. Y. Z. has to travel the
roads much lately and his soul is
much vexed at their condition and a
thought has come into his head. He
will give it to the charitable publi.
asking them not to ridicule it too so-
tuis jjreumci expeci, 10 remain iieic
the rest of their lives and expect that
their childi en will do the same. If
this is so, is it not time we were
making some permanent roads?What
is. the sense in this patch, patch,
patching roads eternally and never
getting them good or making them
permanent? In Forest Grove Road
District there are about four miles of
road, and over 300 dajs' work to put
on them. About a half mile above
McLeod & Georges mill is a gravel
bed. Let one-half the labor of this
District be put to hauling gravel. Al
lowing that two hands and a team
can haul two cubic yards of gravel
p r day, 150 dy's work would deliver
100 cu. yds on the ground which
would be sufficient to cover 1)00 feet
of road 9 feet wide and eight inches
deep. By persisting in this ye-r af
ter year, in about twenty years every
part of our district would have good
roads in the winter.
k; w. y. z.
41.: l ? i
MARBLED.
Dee. 20, at tflfc residence of the bride's
mother, Mrs. Young in Hillsboro, by Riley
Cave J.P., Mr. TUos.Cooper andM'ssEmuta
Smith, both of Wf r hington county.
At the Tualatin hotel in Hillslro on the
2'2ud day of Dec. 1874 by Riley Cave J. P.,
William Williams of Clackamas county, .
Maleva Mullis of Washington county.
DIED.
Near Gaston, Dec. 8th, of Inng fever,
John Dixon aged 37 ys., 9 mos. and 3 dys.
In Forest Grove Dec. 22, Leonard, son of
President S. If. and E. II. Marsh, aged 1
j r., 8 mo, and 20 dys.
NEW ADVERTISEMETS.
Notice
U. S. Loud Office, Oregon City,
Oiegon, December 15th 1871' j
To John Pool and his assigns, and to
whom it may concern.
A petition having been filed in the Gen
eral Lund Office on the part of the heirs at
law of Jane Pool, deceased, late wife of
said John Pool, ol'eing that a wrong ap
portionment has been made of the donation
land claim of said parties, as rec:ted in cer
tificate No. 3228, of this office, being claim
No. CO, and parts of sections 7 and 18 in
Town 1, North Range 2 West, in Washing
ton County, Oregon: and asking for a re
apportionment of said claim, and that the
South half thereof be allotted to the said
John Pool and the Noeth half to the heirs
at law of his late wife, the said Jane Pool,
deceased, and the said petition having leen
referred to this Office hearing.- You are
hereby notified that the c.se is set for hear
ing at this Office on the 24th day o' Februa
ry, 1875 at 10 o'clock a. m. when a1) parties
interested will le afforded oiportunity to
make such showing am they may desire.
OWEN W ADE, Register
n33:w4 HENRY WARREN. Receiver.
Adminis1 valor's Notice.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the undersigned has been appointed by
the Conntv Court of the State of Or
gon for Washington County,adminstrator of
the estate of Ransom P. Raker, deceased.
All persons having claims agAinst said estate
will present the same with the proper
vouchers, at my farm two mils northwest
of Gaston in Washington Counyy, Oregon,
within six months from the date of this no
tice, and all persons indebted to said estate
will make immediate payment of the same.
ISAAC CHRISMJVN.
Gaston, Dec. 18th 1874. n3J:w4
DR. J. R. CARD WELL.,
AS REMOVED TO ROOM NO. 4.DE-
KUM S BUILDING, corner of
First aud Washington Streets.
PORTLAND.
TO BUYERS OF HOLIDAY PRESENTS!
JUST RECEIVED, A FINE IMPORTA
tion of Gennine Perumery and Fan
cy Good, put np in such a manner as to
make a most aeeeptable Holiday Present
for any Lady. WM. PFUNDER, north
west cor. First and Oak streets, Portland.
Private Prescriptions carefully compounded.
n A full assortment of Parisian Fancy
Goods.
BuoineGCQF Directory
FINE WATCnES, JEWELRY
AND SILVERWARE!
CtT Foil THE II O L IDA Y SISZ
A
T LOWER RATES THAN ANY OTII-
er house in Oregon, nt
WATCHMAKER ASI JEWELER,
03 First S;reet, Portland.
rtf All good warranted as represented.
Orders by Mail or Express ut tended to with
the same cure and at as low prices or if the
Layer was here in person to make the Re
liction. I "if' A.ent for the celebrated
Iloskopf (Grangers) Watch.
CTLTTVITTTk your adress to the
JiJjlN JLr Pacific Boot a Shoe store,
Portland, for on illustrated . psper free of
charge Geo. A. Pease Co. Publishers.
t
ESTKY j A. F. SJIITII S. Co.
ImjKrters and general dealers
ORGANS- in ORGANS & PIANOS.
j General Agents for the Es-
A H I OA tky Organs and Auiox Pianos
, nrerooms lOo trout strco
PIANOS.
PORTLAND.
"THE. WIIITK HOUSE."
Has the largest assortment of First Class
Dry Goods, Millinery, Fancy Goods,
Hosiery & ,
In Portland. No. K7 First Street,
LEWIS t STRAUS.
L.G. HEnRIGHSIEH!
No. 100 Frist Street, Portland,
MAS THE LARGEST ASSORT
mentof Jewelry and Silver
ware in the State. Sy Manufactur
ing a large part of his Stork in hisMan
ufactory, attached to the Store, he ran
and will tell at prices LOWER than any
Establishment in Portland.
RE ID HIIS (SMF.'-CME !
THEN HEAD IT AGAIN!-AGAIN!
THE MOST SENSIBLE THING TO
buy fur a Holiday Present, is an
ELEGANT BOOK OR PARLOR GAME!
For Home Amnseinent. We are now offer,
iiifj the most
EXTENSIVE STOCK in this LINE
Ever brought to Oregon
fp Orders by Mail carefully filled.
J. K. GILL & CO.,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
75 First Stroot,
POIITLAXP.
A FARM WANTED
BY A r!NHJIUT, WHO WILL PAY
in time Xo.cs. wriiml on Real Estate,
drawing 10 n-r cent. ir annum. For par
ticulars, apply to C. M. CAl'.TEK.
Portland, On.
Oregon Seed Depot!
HACHENKY & STEMME,
Eirst and Taulnr Sfs.t J'urflaud.
W1
E HAVE JUST RECEIVED ttVll
new stfH-k .f TIELl), FLOWER
ANI GARDEN SEEDS For 1n75. FRUIT
AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, constantly
on hand. Send for Catalogue.
THE LARGEST JEWELKV STORE IN
PORTLAND.
Dealer In Watches, Diamond. Jewelry and
Silverws . No. 103 Front Street.
SoleAgent
forthe'CVl
eljrated
Diamond
Spectacles
Aent for
American
.Vatch Co.
National
Watch Co.
Howard Watch Co. nnd Chan. E. Jacot
Watches. Seth Thmas Clocks.
i"tWatchc8 and Jewelry repaired and
Warranted.
All orders sent by Express promptly at
tended to. Goods wld at one price only.
No plated Jewelry of any description Bold
at this Establishment.
IDPOnTAHT NOTICE!
CHAS. HIUSTEL & CO.
No 77 Front Street.
Portland, O a xx,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL
attention to their new aud complete
stock of
ROOKS, STATIONERY, and
Holiday Goods,
Consisting In part or TOYS, MITSIC
imXKS. PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS
POCKET CIJLTEUY, Sf'ISSOILs' IJIFT
andTOV HOOKS, and an endless virlttr
of Yankee Notions, which we offer ut
the Lowest Rates, at Wholesale and Re
tail. HARDWARE, IR0W, STEEL.
Hubs. Spoke, Rims, Oak. Ash &
NORTIIRUP & THOMFSON.
Portland - -- -- -- - Oregon.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Doors, Sash
and Blinds, aluo German, French
and American
WINDOW GLASS
Cryst-l sheet, Enameled. Stained and Cut
Glass, Glazing done to order at S'an Fran
cisco priccs.and satisfaction guaranteed.
06 Front street Portland - - - Oregon
TREES, PLANTS, SHRUBS,
Field, Flower & Garden Seeds
At Hanson's Seed Depot, Central Market,
Portland or at his Nursery East Fortlaud.
WThat seeds I do not grow.I import from the
most reliabfe seedsmen in the East, Cata
logues free. Orders solicited. 'Address
II. HANSON, Portland.
S2
JED DRUG STORE,
MAIN STUEET, HILLS B0 HO.
Keeps constantly on hand -
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS. DRUGS
MEDICINES and CHEMICALS
... A LA BOB ASSORTMENT OB . , ,
TOILET ARTICLES,
SOAPS, SPONGES, PERFUMERY
iff. fc. tfc.
Also a well selected stock of
CIUAItS and TOIJACCOS.
Pure WINES and LIQUORS, for
Medicinal purposes only,
Ghw cut to any ife) desired.
Vrtscriptlonn cartidly eoinjKniAdtd and all
iH'dicines irarratdtd genuine
c
USTOMKUS WISHING AN
thing in my line will find any and all arti
cles usually found in first class Drug Stores,
and for sale LOW for cash.
UEU HARKET.
C O O PER & II EA C II
yoULD KESPECTFULLV INFORM
the public that they have opened a me a
market on Front .Street H'INboro, where alt
kinds of meats nnd getubles kept on ban
e usu call.
COOPER A REACH.
oct22:nl
j. l. mmw,
BLACKSMITH,
AT Hay's oM stand. Agricultural imple
ments repaired with ncutncF and des
patch by uu eipericnced workman, lilack
smithing of nil kinds, hure-shoeirg done
with despatch., All kinds of work done at my
whop. A few cash customers wanted daily.
V ore always on bond towniton customers
J. L. 'IHOMAS.Uoin wt .Hillsboro
HIILSRORO HIGH SCHOOL
THIS INSTITUTION OF LEARN INO
is now under the
Directorship of School Dist. ISo. 7,
with a competent corps of teachers. Pupils
will lw received at 0113 time. For particu
lars inquire of .the Principal at the school
room.
D. M. C GAULT,
Principal.
n.Ti.lf
PtlOF. G. P. JEWELL,
(Of Portland)
The popular Teacher of the
Organ & Piano Forte
W ILL visit HILLSIJORO every
FRIDAY evening and remain over SATUR
DAY. All who wish to avail themselves of
his SVPEIU0II instruction on tho Organ
or J'iano Forte, will meet him on
Saturday in Ifillnboro.
The publicSinging Class meets on FRIDAY
n3Mf
S. C. Skid more,
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY,
AND PK.iL.KIt IX
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, nnd Fancy
Toilet Articles. H?" Farmers and Physi
cians from the country will find our stock of
medicines complete, warranted geuuine,nd
the test of quality.
PORTLAND, OREGON.
xu34:luG.
McKINNEY & HOPK;
BOOT k SHOEMAKERS.
IUUslxtro, - - - - Oregon.
All kinds of custom work made
from the best FrenchStock.includ-
Lndies, Misses awd childrens shoes.
Cf Repairing neatly Executed,
work warranted.
All
OOD STOCK FOIl SAL.K:
The undersigned has some very nie
gilt of the Essex breed six months old, which
1 will sell for $tt OO each if sold soon. Al
so a good high grade Durham bull calf,
which I will sell for n reasonable price or
exchange for other stock on fair terms ror
particulars uddress or rail on
A LUELLFNO.
n33;ni3- Hillsboro, Oregon.
12
y MACHINIST, y
new Store i just ofemo
Im th nw building, ornr of Oak
gatlon&l church, Fort 0roY, Org oaj
a. mrjMAH
hat unpackod a lorgt and wlU IteUd aWk
of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS
FANCY ARTICLES, dc,
it so
Famll UroeerUf iBt f rrUUii,'
WHOLESALE AUD SITAIL,
HARDWARE, CROCKERY 4c
In fart, everything to b found ia m frtl
class Variety Btoro.
My goods were selected expressly for tfele
market and I shall always keep ap a fall
Assortment making
FASHIONABLE CLOTHINO
a prominent feature In my store. If y gee
are all new, my salesroom largi and m0-
Vujhttti, and my
PRICES LOW a the LOTTZSL
To my former customers and all f n thfe
v'cinity the invitation is to "come and see."
Wo like to show goods whether youpurchasa
or not.
Highest Market Price paid foi Batter
and Eggs
A. IIINMAX. .
Forest Grov Or. Nov. 7, 1S73
lillS GPAGE
for uoinrcn
WD. HOXTER nAS fiO
customers at his store all the tin
that he has no time to write an adveriae
men That is what we call busine ss. 39ts
FOR SAE.E.
lay
Ml-
J9
THE ENTIRE LOT OF MACHINERY
IN THE FOREST GROVE PLAN
ING MILLS
.... coNftisTrxa or . , , ,
One ten Horse Power Engine&Boilerw
1 Planer and Hatcher.
24 inch Surface r,
1 Saw Table
1 Mortising XXachi e
1 Force Pump.
1 Turning Lathe wlthTools,.
50 feet Charting PaUles
500 feet Belting
ALSO,
50,000 FEEE aaaortedMoalsf lsir
DESK,
STAND,
AND TABLE
NEWEL roSTN.
fiTAIR BALUSTERS
AT25 percentBeUw
. Customary Rati
TPTlIm Machinery is new' and of
and of first class make.
Will Cell
IN LOTS TO .SUIT,
ON VERY LIBERAL TEBM5
Address.
A. L. JOHNSON.PoTlNtf OrT.