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Under the neiv j hrf law xtdwri
Iptrs in theeo.'t-j icllt not hnre to pay
itosfagc o : ' " voaufy yw, . -l
in your . . for the JXDEPESD
Mr. Ite-d's T.eiier.
C JOC ?
"oti is it i: ortaflt
U. tj0xi ra ry. iry irnportr.iii m so
c'ety. So nlco "?, it imo:L;,:tlii the
scLoo-. WhM lr.ii rl:.'jion nmliCs
the ; ; ily rbr.i !t " in Christian
Lillys. Is it not v?l'-;iuu that h ',
m. i-O us what v e are n p?o-o?
A" s "aot our civil auI leliIoiia insti
tutions the fruit of a reliiour; p.-'n-cipl'
in the heart ; of the parvus?
I need not answer such
Every intoligent reat!ei a!
tlnfker shade is seen in
II' Coj ion Fit n ?
V. Jasjtcr, is opaque niid- ma
ny or them of brilliant shades pcol
Form For Gale.
' ".' ? lines thai te;.arata these 5
s ot the qrr-r;:. Taniily ,re not
.r-ya wcM defined.
.! ? .c!i othe to as
On the first page we publish Mr.
William Reid's letter giving a in
scription of the resources, climate,
soil and condition of this State. The
description, is a fair one, something
nearer the truth than "many of the
muuukletH e it East from the Pa- -- ii-re it purpose.
m. betier insi:vc'-i.on and better le;vt
. C1UC vuust.
and observer c ' " e v'.. j ' voi 1 ,
ion V.; nt the To 1 ? :1a Lion o wcc:.r
and v "opal ;vo..,pei'y.
.'V j' ; . '..tj . ' . t 4tt 'he . ..
K elision w" make the school be .' ?r
There xrvl hz
-ley Oiien rrru
- (ill lit'
. ... J. J . .", " OH.'
OV 1 OO0T tXD
lbe--e i- ulxjui tiiirtjflve t&:c rf oI-Uin-foer
u Ibe fiij-ni.llie rftt is jt. " ' tuITnisl
hiuii, ami very rich. The pi. i well wj'l-oic-l
j'iid i'aeie ate hh builtij,- ; aud eu
urt'Iinitl ou it. AjijOv to
T. li.'tJOKXELIU or
u!2.in A. C. CIUCS, ud.
IMPiSOVJHD HOME f SH t'fj 1) 0.
vo!L :jcu roc!: ::?.".
Onr Eiwtern rea1eii;i must nude-
moe faithful, and bv its presence i
iu wun w , enl theuse.'alness of tho school.
xejrofiv In Eastern Uregon (east
lug. The teachei will be be mo 2 dei.i;;.:iiO by the m..ie j liacture. j
efficient, the pupil more docile aud . s.y icjs )ectively in'- cute ns many
Ikiiids aicillaceous rock.
TKZ ENTICE LOT OF MACHINERY
IN THE 'FOREST GROVE PLAN-
I NO MILLS
consisting or . i
j.z Isni I One ten Horse Power Enjjine&Boiler,
... ,.';ese i 1 Planer and Matcher.
24 inch Surface r,
1 Saw Table
1 Mortising Machi e t
1 T?nrfA Pnmn. i
1 Turning Lathe withTools,
. . . ..
Will SeuHeavy end : i
Goods without Char c
oh ti l)
WillSew Hearysxd Lijht
Ooodi without Chfn j of
LIGHT RUNNING HOHE S.
of tKe Cascade mountains) the cli
mate is colder in winter uutb but
little rain. The thermometer some
times goes down to 20 to 35 degrees
below zero in the winter aud oi'ten
rises to 100 in the shadejn the suni-
Theseare: 1. &7itfftwbeu the rock
It makes it instrumental in deveio;- breaks into fine pieces.
ing character as well as intelligenc e. ! 2. SchM, when the rock bre-iks
It makes it
will not only 2c. n certain ive.' 1 Tertiary rock.
where children ' into larger .kes as in this niece of ! 50,000 Z assortedMouhlius
j facts and rule.-. io employee--!.,
i instruments o" !he la nd, b
t where thov v."? I
thin but extended leaves, as iu the i
summer. 3iosi oi me lanu in mm . . .
n practical pi
region is onlv fit for grazing, li-e 1 4 -
A ,t ,1 o
religion, the school would not nu
pait. AVe ask again, can any body ob-
acquire Uso enso of comnxou roollnj slate. KEWEL 7OSTS.
and maruis StiU another large group of rocks' STAIR BALUSTERS.;
Ideas of liie will claim voar recognition of them AT Per cent lsel0r 1
! Custoinarv Rates.
Mnchiiu'ry i new mill wf .
nml of tirist t-laH innLr. ;
! Manufacture of this New Mictiine Commenced 1873 Sold first "year OVtfr
Espociallj adapted fr manufactui inH' vy Cloth every Machine reoommend
50 feet Shafting& Pu'.lf e, j itsglf. NO lEAVELTNG AGENTS. Needles for aU kinds of St wtoj Zlachet
75 cents per Do-cn.
SKNf) TOJtNEW lUUCELIST AND CIRCULARS.
GEO. TTCT. travbh,
S. W. Morrison an hril Street Portland 0-c?' f
and for the most part are unfit for
cultivation without irrigation.
we fear that the breadth of these
, , ! ject to so beni.i a preseuce in the
ter. We know that the valley of ; . . , . , . . .
, . . . . . J .y. schools where their children are gath -
the John Day river is not ten miles : . r
; oi-Ail f,r instmpfinnV I
wide. Its average width is from two j . .......
to three miles. . ( PROF. CONDON S LECTURE.
Mr. Reid's relation who f aid that :
snow never lasted longer than a day Forest Grove, Monday, Feb. lotl
or two at a time here could not. have , 3 p. m. The Professor lectured on
known much about Oregon. In the Mineralogy t the studeuts of Tual
winter of '61-'C2 the snow Tell from atin Academy and Pacific University
19 n 1ft inrViAa 1pr ftll over the nrwl tl whp:mI nnllicL
, x- i o- i i t t: i
Willamette valley and lav on five In opemn-ho said that the chemic- . -lrt"ttr F l!,uebW"l,
we. ks. The winter of '68 the snow al composition of the minerals on he , we,ef man-v of tl,cm ,n?u,e of broko 1
2. m or riu.-f-r of .
The common limestone is a car
bonate of lime this in a sulphate f
lime. It is much softer than the
other, so soft iii'lecd trv; von c;ni
: cratr!i it with y '
ON VERY LIBERAL TEEM A.
A. L. JOIIXSOX.Forvftt Grove.
The Lime Rocks -or Calcite.
Let us divide these too into p;e-! Will Sdl
cies. 3lost prominent among these '. IN LOTS TO UIT.
are : :
1. Coitt.uo-t Lime.-.'one. Here von ,
soe is a good specimen of this spe
cies. Here is another aud this shows
j you how the lime rock was co i
j structed. It is filled with broken
fragments of the stems of cornU
while the finer portions on closer
examination are see i to consist -of
finej fragments of the same su'
17J LLI A DEGCl&COn,
Wholesale a d lietuil Deale-'s iu
TOYS FAPJO G03D3, ETC.,
AVIN( RRCE ' V J A L A 0( ' i AND E A 1 ) 1 T MEN T OF THE LATEST
St vie" of
TOYS. GAMES. DOL1.0 C0Xir4G.GL0VES. FOOT-CALLS. FENCING FOILS,
J S, SPATES, S LGOUS, ROY'S WAGONS,
! Printing lrrsM. StcinfAilM. lV1iTji'nt. Itnilrond, Trumpet. Walking
MUSIC 1JOXKS, MUSICAL ROTTLES. FANCY UASKET,E1ED VAGiLH.
Yc also hiivfi a Liire Stok of
lay on a month. These of course aie-j table would not be specially consul
exceptional winters but such Co t ered but only attention called to
come here occasionally. Mr. Keid j those characteristics of each kind by
stales also that it had not rained oa ; which they are most readily dist'ii
on average more than two hours at a j guised to the sight and touch,
time for the five months that he had j One of these characteristics is that
lieen'here. That was becauso it was ! of form of fracture, making . i.j:u
in the fall and early winter. Occa- ' end break into rhombic p?p. . ,
sionally an Oregon "mist" will last J this rhotnbspar, another :.;r
2-4 hours, and sometimes, as in the j masses as this feldspar, i LY iaU
winter of 'C1-'G2, it has been knovn I u shell-like surtace as this iR tit
to rain for forty-eight consecutive Another of thesa ext jiml ciiarac
hours. But these discrepancies do , tors is that of hardness so ei'Yuy per
not disprove the general statements j ceived that while this talc can be
of Mr. Beid. He tells about, the scratched by the linger na'd your
truth about Oregon. But in pub- j pocket kuife will make n . impress
lfehing this letter, which presents j ion on the i;u. Vj. jL'i .! ihese
valuable statistics and is a fair des- . external chau. - .:.ivo
cription of the country, we feet some j to do.
responsibility to our Eastern readers; ; We v.T.
j: k y e n s. i n l e n it y c a n n i a a e s,
u other kiml. v. iiit b w v ill close out nt R Jvut J Trier, to make roomn for ohl Bnt
No. 107 Front Street, Portland. Oreeon n35;m
fJEVJ DRUG ST0E1E, ! FliOR EN 1-13 SEWING MACHINE
MA .V t' V.ViV. JUL L s' tiOHO.
n Ij tii. -1
oh : of crystals :
spec'ts that whu h i u alie.t
rDtrb.yshiio-spnr and lluor-spar.
is cfimposed i lluate of lime.
1. '.' 4 ' ' ' l.Lf. I'his line
'rconi.u muss or ci v.s!aiizc-.i n'cic is
oils, t:..;ss. in;u:;
.V tU ' ! v7s' d CJ EM, ( I LS !
. . . A I .VIK.K ASMii:rJIKNTf)K..
Pw.tc:;:;: H'SocSLS c a ncs
Nt-w Styles a nl li'-w jrr . 1 !'ire now fo' a. )e iho ni-w htyhs nnd latest improved Flr
S.vi.r; nia-Li in. nt R l i- CKIiRR ICRS v. ith tm indnct menf n to tiion jvv'.if;
CAMI. till' 1 1 jtrT-rfVii! whoiV ' , we on l I nstall on-lit pluiv $10 dWii r .n. iW
M r uiont! r.n'l th Marlif.H'is jmu fr, i f onriM'W tvles feed tli 'o.k n-nr oom
tli' ojM iaioi, t,t that wi Iu v i'w 5ot!i i '!i tu !. ck f'fd iiiAcliiae, Kvejy Mm-win
w tri-;ted i yt'V. -.i r:i- ;? mtI'IIic i ' (r ivjciiriir; or Jcee;ir. Mrhnei fn
ir ;'n ,''-" ! i.v '"ciin' 1 r'"'! i .1 tr'H Ki t 'I oi d M ' ot
r'i,. .... C - t- ' 1 . ,- . i . , r vr; 1 wi r.:d nnd ri lt. Mnchino
d tiv -ifu 1 't of i. 1.. or W ' .0.1 'jV "o- v, nt my owu rik.
J. B LOO. . Ai-3ni. 1 1 Third &t.. Ciibctl- O.rjcn.
DiV S ;
S. G. Skidrnore,
I lie same substance ot v. Men our
bones are composed. Tt is ofltu
used as a fertilizer.
One more family and I closo for
o-day. I have here 2 species of
- : SOA ', r; n
AT -o a 'well st h-ctt-tl Kto-k of
CIGARS and TOBACCO .
Puro WINES and LIQUOBS, for
Jt DVXXJ W IN
:Di'r.:. r-iT-Jn'rt. ' " 1 1 J t : .:', ."ii fnney
I Toih I Ai iii-h-K. ; i'n.i.ijf d
t-iuiiKfroin tin- t-i oui iv w ill litid 'f tork of
! infdi-iiieM coin 1 U Io, MMViT.HU d iiil'::e,itnl
. th- t of (piulitv.
I'ORTLANli, O r .
wishing to give them a3 nearly as
possiblea correct idea o.onr Slate.
One thins: Mr. Beid did not notice
Wo be :.t .
'he darker one is
MuscoNlto. It ' dicimd purposes only.
Musi 1 : ica. The 1" ur
. ' ;i .'Ja.nesian Ic ..
and that is our facilities for educa-1 cruStoi whirh i t its di.Vw t 1. oo;i" -
nations it. forms so iiu;.v.ii.iil ,.n ci:-
tion. For the cto of our State it
Rev. S. If. M.M:H Ii. T.. Rn nt
' r.nd Profrv o of Ifl'eetual and ..Jo.'
t I'hilo jiliT
! Rev. HORAt'E 1
! or of Rheoiie I'm' Ii'
r: if I'-nr.T.ii'.'
r.e.-c. iio.t r( .yjfi't cf;.. W'lirtfa fad vll yffHVl Scicn
will compare favorably with the
Western States in educational institutions.
The time of the mail froniPortland
by Middleton , Tualatin and Lafay
ette having been changed from Sat
urday to Friday morning we will be
compelled to change oui day of pub
lication to Thursday. So next week
shall publish on Thursday. As
men t as to constitute thveo-Hrhsi
1 its whole bulk. In its p i e: fo.m ,
it is known uy uiue.ea;
founded niaiulyon coloj a.ul . ..--
ure these for .V .; :
will call sjicc ' b. Li :-re :. c.
v., t ?:-fj O.'. This
purest 1.!-.' f.-rm of the
tpiarlz-c :y .al, always eli-sided, v'ilh
H is, our subscribers in the lower 1 l"ree slopes or meets io eacu fa ae,
part of the county do not get their making 18 sideb when the crystal is
paper for a week and sometimes two complete and, invariably, every side
weeks after publication. But two in peifect parallel plane to one on
weeks is too lonff nnd indicates that the opposite side of the crystal.
4 ' r
Gla-s cut to any siz desired.
. Ijttio.i c( .fi'Vy cf;.. Wndrd
'.to3ii:i:s wishing ax
i. Jiac v."d Uadnj nnd nil arii
''v .'. in i.i firt cIush Drug S'o.t-,
. A. M., TioY
, r.-.V- or o!
r.V.. i : Lr:
1 o' :
j J. W. HARSH, A. 1
J. IK liUitii, A. Jl
Mns MARY A.RORINf.O
Rkv. THOMAS CONDO a
er on Geology.
' i - O. A. HASKELb. To. a . . r
: m iO.1 ;!;' nnd Yociil Mr, V.
M.KfNNEY k HOPKIXH
ROOT & MIUKSIA K KRS.
All iid of rchtoin work inadu
' oui tlu Ix-st FifiirbStoek.lueJud'
I t , i'lsecd rhildren.4 ho.
Vr Repi(J iMMtly Executed. AU
-a J 3
there is something the matter at the
see, resists my
W will publish W. D. Ls poem,
"To the Columbia," next week. It
is a production of more than ordi- j coior anj always
nary merit, and gives promise of the
Oregon Poet. Passages in this
poem are strong and grand and re
minds us of "Thanatopsis." There
is no tinsel or filagree work in it,
though some of its gold is in the
It is reported that C. A. Ball, well
known in this county, will probably
be appointed Police Judge in Port
land; to succeed Judge Denny who
was recently appointed Collector of
Internal Revenue in that city. Mr.
Bail's ability, experience, education
and social standing eminently fit
bun for the rcsponsible,position.
A j iw eight feet long has been un-
' I Ter7 highly among the ancients, ad
posed to havobelcnged to a. lady of : .
J nuttang as it did of fieure earring of
.'."? ns, you
,'.' as w!ie
quartz did. It o ciiile 3 f:ni
that iu color--the r. nce of f.omo
. .: :Joiiii tint.
Oilc i this color ia . the pres
ence of iron, giving "u rauge of
i'ml here is ?e of .i.L'i'cate violet;
another white; still : mother q.:"Le
neutral to theo iv.r. Some o!
these npecimens of , chalcedorv,
you see, are pia!u and mass
ive; others arranged into stalactite
forms indicating the work of a drip
ping fluid over the inner surface of a
III. Anale. When the differ
erent tints of chalcedony are
are laid in parallel belts, or
irregularly belted, it forms the
agate. One form of this belted agate
is here before you in this beautiful
Onyx from Uruguay, a stone prized
-:. oui j-. X'.v; T-cx-K or
. . - I'ost OfiiM v'"e T,or r.'ii
of (1 (hiVs, Iii i. Iu St.i
"; i'Uil Toilet u.i'clfs, TK'C
s. r Al?-o tho )or t of Lio-
-t t t: '
eoes, Ci ;.
uois uifnieut u;e; all sold fo- ('.'.ih.
a. y. royce.
HiilsLofo, FeT. l'Jth. 187.. felfl tf !
TIIOS. D. IIU3I PHRKYS.
xoTAin' rrnLic coxvevasceh
IT COSTS NO illORE TO KEEP GOOD
fowls than jnior one.
innsiiORo high shicol.
FiK INSTITUTION OF LEARNING
is notT pdr th
I)lrcftinIilp of School IMt. 5. 7,
'.! r rum pel rut eorpH of tenehern. Pupils
vt'. 1 e 1 'ffivrd at Anytime. For partien
I l. 10 (jol.e of the Principal ai th Mcboul ,
inmu . .
P. M. C. GAULT,
bivtcc-uth & C'tiKtro t.
i PROF. G. P. H7ELL,
The popular Teache r of I ho
.Organ Piano Forte
SEASON OF 187o.
Eggs for Hatching
17. 1. SAYLOR'S
Drug and Bookstore
the miocene age.
. A SHIygism : The gool die young.
Brljlifisi the Monnon will die Young.
Therefore Brigham is good. fjoefl
one tint upon a ground of another.
In a looser sense the word agate i&
used for any mingling of colors as
in the raoss- Rgate. All these are
either transparent or translucent. A
LEGAL paper drawn nnd collection
e I.nsmeKH 1 entrusted to hi care at- From the htrgost nnd ht Fowls iu the
.-i.ofd to promptly. w M
OFFICE New Court Ho re. v?,: K
i Carefully packed and warranted to carry
j safely any distance. The varieties
Dark rud Light Brahman, Buff n.id Part
ridge Cochin, White Leghorns, IIou
dans, nnd White spangled Hamburg.
Black Sinnish, White Dorkings, Oolden
roh'.nds, Aylesbury Duck, nnd O. ne.
eurlgnt niui liiacK Atncan Bantiuns. j
Bronze Turkeys the Finest colection on the '
Pacific Coast. j
. JrSend stamp for illustrated circular to j
GEO. B. BAYLEY.
Importer nnd Dealer of Choice Poultrr.Box
C"D, San Francisco.
Please state rhat pnper you saw tlvix nd
verlisement iu, j
fe. 19ou3 i
'ILL viKit HTLLKBOBO v, v
FRIDAY cvcnini nnd remain over HATCH
DAY. All who wifdi to avail thcniMlvcM o'
' hi S Ul'JCJ: JO J Uittttnctiun on the Oiguu
't or i'iauo Eoite, will inert him on
j Saturday in Jiffhoro.
j Tbo publkSiiigiiifj Chun mecin ou FEIDAY
LOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH
FOREST GROVE, Wrshington County
Ha the largest ttoe of goods in the Grove,
DRY GOODS, CLOTlIIXti, 1IA1S,
FANCY ARTICLES, dc.
Family Ijrocerif a and ProTiIoK.s
JIAJ!DWAIiL CUOCKEJir dc, dc
TRICES LOW c the LOWEST
Forckt Grov Or. Nov.", 17:) j:!nv:l
A C IIAXCE FOR EVEItTBODT.
HIIT'E RESPECTFULLY CALL THE
V V attention of the people to the fat t j
that we have concluded, to iell our good, j
for the next nixtv d.v AT COHT; in order ;
to make room, for n a v s ' ,n2
All those who wniit gooii . h: bt t
ter ;:ie rs a csdl.
kaiin Si 1 'iu:m.::aucn.
jli i New n n.s..)f
-nr D. HOXTEIt HAS SO MANY
YT customer at his store rll the t'.ne
that heh s 10 time to w.It nn adve Im--
liO.it. Til. t iull.:t W.-"call bllsoi' t.s. Xt .
War Claim Agency
No 54 MONTGOMEEY
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
W. H. AIKEN, Attorney-fttdaw and Com,,
mander of the Grand Army of the Republic
in California and Nevndu, will give prompt t
attention to the collection oi Additional
Travel Pay, now due California and Nevada
Vol un teem diacharged.tnoretbaQ three hun- -dred
mile from home. 6'oldlera can depend
on fair dealing. Information uiren free of
chorge. When writing' enclose atumn for -reply
and atate oorapanv and regiment n
whether you hare a , dweharge. ConsreM
im extended the time for filing claima for
additional Bounty underAct of July 28 18Gf.
to January 1875, ao aU inch claima mnt be
made before that time.' - Original Bounty of
f 100 baa been allowed all volomXra wl
eul ated before July22d,l&CI for three yearn
if not paid the aame.when discharged. Luud .
arranta ran be obtained for aervlees ren
dered Ufore 18T5 but not for aervieea in
the lute war. Peniiiona for laU war and
w.r of 181i obtained and inrreaned when al
!owed for lean than dittaltilitj warranta, but
110 pentiona are allowed to Mexican and '
Flo.ida war aoldiei. 8t-te of Teaaa baa
fronted Penbiona to anrvivinjj veterane of
'exua Revolution, New Orleans aad If obi
Prize Money ia now due nnd being puid, W '
II. Aik. n also attanda to General law and '
nd Collection Butine.
g , n f