Forest Grove independent. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1873-1874, July 09, 1874, Image 4

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    APPLETONS’
THIS SPÄßE
o i i h m m m \.
FOR HOXTER
litiral salvation. In liis own eonn-
i tv. where he was know n, he made a
verv poor run, but in the other poi*
A bot ' t women— Men.
! tions of the State, where he was not
New Revised iTdithm.
Tm: tie ml of winter— Flios.
Entirely
rewritten
by the ubltst writers on
known, lie made a good raee. This
\ good thing to be Jinule of— Maul shows, then, the advantage to him «»very subject. l*rintc»«l frum new typo, mid
i Host rat« «1 with bcveial Thousulal Euyrav-
of honor.
of not being known, and also shows in^s und Maps.
I t is a carious fact that all women
his sagacity in keeping in the back-I
,
7 ~ ~7~, ,
. . . .
T
I Tim work original!« published under the
are curious.
ground l>y playing sick, lie was ; title n( T he j ; kw A mkrican CvcLopiniA
Never sigh over what might have sick to some purpose, for he knew 1 " ;,s completed in 1SC>3. since which time
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»lie wide circulation which it has attained
been, but make the l*e*t of what i-.
that his strength lay m his obscurity in
,,.,rts )(1 tl„. Vnitc«1 States, and the
Never turn a blessing
around to and in being a stranger to the peo- i si ’»al d.-v« lopm.'nts which have taken place
.
. .
,
° . .
i ii in every branch of science, literature, nn«t
see whether it has a «hark side to it.
pb* of the State. Hereafter,we shall j !irt, lmvc indued th. « «litorsand publishers |
‘If we can’t hear, it ain't
for the advise candidates who have liot titer- to submit ii to an « xu« i ami thorough ri-x-is-
,
ion, ami to issue a m w edition entitled
Jack of ears, as the ass said to tin .
it enough to cany them successfully j 'p1IE A mkkican ('vcx.oi-.ri.iA.
cornfield.
Within the last ten - years the progress of |
! through a campaign
to follow L a
.
i
v ,
: «liseoverv in cverv «lej.artinent of knowl-
A Pittsburg newspaper eqdls the . . .
Dow s course— take a few harnr less ■ (.(ige has made a new work of reference an !
debt item of that city “ due xriops ”
I medic ines ami wrap a red flannel rag imperative want.
.
The
gentleman
rri“' movement of political affairs lias kept
A vnrr.-OF fact old
a io t in d their n ecks, a n d c la im to b o pact» with the discoveries of sei« nee, and
th in k s it must he a very small base
: ih< r fruitful application to th«» industrial
“ wretchedlv ill. ”
be!! that can he caught on a fly.
______________ j and useful arts and the convenience and re-|
• VA«iETl§S.
rp
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.,
G bvy hairs seem like the light «if a
J.HL UeiOl111 1 1 o \ 01111 ilO ilt id } €\v
soft moon, silvering over the evening | Yt)rk citv lias aiWetl eleven millions
of life.
of dollars to the city’s debt in about
A country ~oir(,v. in its advice to two years flir d a half. The people
correspondent«, savs: “ It y o u eve
now anxious to reform the re-
studied punctuation at nil,punctuate; are
‘.
but if vou have not, let it slide.’
H illsboro.
M arion, 11. vl. Witzel, Turner.
L in n , E. E . Fanning, Tangent;
Wm. Cyrus, S cio; J. H. Smith, H a r ­
risburg.
Eastern Oregon. Eastern Yashin
ton, amt Idaho, F iank Shelton and
II in. Shelton, Wolle Yalta, II . 1.
1 Vest c m
soli o r send a deputi/
lineineiit of social life. G reat wars and eon- i
s q iu n t revolutions havo oevured, involv-
FAMFL
( ioos River grange, no 45, Coos co; Cyrus
: A.andriff, master; Robert liooke, sec; Coos
River J’ O.
O F F IC E R
« f Ilio N A T I O N A L
Happy Home grange, no 40, Linn co; J
GRANGE.
1 Newman, master; Liudley, st-e; Lebanon.
I n uni grange no 47, Lane co;
Hyuson
! Mast r, 1/adlg IT. Ad a ms , H u n - \ Smith, master; S Looney, sec; Junction.
Rock lV iu t grange, lio 4«, Marion co; J
! f o n , Iona,
,
n. ,
/. i
i Downing, master; G S Downing, see; Sub-
DIRECTORY.
Orerseer,
¡. 'etnee, T. -1. Ttrimps in, Plain
I l o w. Mi a.
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»t ;
Steward,
A. J.
I Uligini, L a r i y
1 ( l o r e . Miss.
Ass'l S te w a -d ,
a. I r. Thompson,
\ X e ir U rotisw iek, X I J .
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■ ho p i a » , I, r. .1. /*. ( i r o s o , Y a s h -
t onion I / . ( ' .
’1 '•lisorer,
ning, X. Y,
Se. I . ' ■ •il
it id \t 1 ' * It )
methought thy h- .it 1*
mine to gravy run
until ) -Hi tin glow (
nielli .1 intorni».
.11 toiaelt,
ig. Iiial felt
I te., will b»- s- nt gratis, on application.
1 ’itvsi-t I..VS.S « a m issino Am nts w.vxrrn
Ad.lv.ss the Pl.bli-hus,
D . A l ’P L L K / X i t c o . ,
•r.»
a
P nti.
.r attention paid to getting up
Books for t'minti t 1» l k ’s ofi'.-e.
n3s tf
Rough on Mudge
551 B r o a d w a y . N . Y .
ii 2 b
J
U l l stow a llo w s that lr js Sc .-t cll a w
i
(>f til* Tie;e>tiry.
111 «1er the
li; a-lt-
arris«. a begun.-,
a uy Ì »<•riv ubo ut
P L A F R K G
t ht-
b.vil.l in-g wasliati! «• to 1 rulliti!” a t‘- fl-
laim-ial
»Iu¡yViisi an«l to indicate what
M I L L S
c .mo
»»
in sv
into B r i s t o w ’s room
i. M E Y E R S
Sach & Door Factory
A. L . . T < P r o p r i e t o r ,
they consideri l t-orit i-tgfoveretimetif-
Manufacturer and Dealer in
til pi » icy. i»ris <\v inf ill-! to «1«» most P C R N IT P R E ,
S A sli.
i»t tii.s him sei«’ , ntiil is ini roiluci tig a
DU« »RS A N D B L IN D S ,
thse; j dine- that is almost martial. On
C ED A R,
1TB ;.nd II \RD\VOOD
yesictihiy, Mr. Mu 1 .-«-, h«n-toforc* a
«
] ) t e , e »«iji.ftllü
i m > u s anvl
. ,
cnl
su h a ltf-ru , :
L U M B E R , AC., AC.
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HAS 1 r.OM
tS.OCG to 2 0,000
( RES OF E X C E L L E N T L A N D FOIt
sale in Washington Countv.
itml thicxv Pianing. Tonnu’e and Grooving.
lj;iiis«-]f acro ss a s o fa in the
familial
Turning. Scroll and Hfe-Sawing
style of Bii-lturtlsi n «lays. At the mo­
I ».¡nt- to Oriler in a
ment B -low was explaining a new IP.iXN'Ci'fc O l i ' U a S U S t y l e .
iinuina il M» a to an « fli -ial visitor. D O U R :md W I N D O W FRAMES.
T u N G l K and < iR U U V I.I) F U IOR IN G
I
As In finish* »1, Mud'ge Broke in, pat-
p r . \ TN imi Ri s i l e C EIL1NGS
i'..ni/ii, ly oh-t-rviiig', “ Excellent,
M U F I.D IN G S ,
b r a g h i : is
Mr. Secretary, 1 am glati to lie able
to a.ree v» h you in what you srtv.”
Bristow turili’*! upon him chillingly.
“ Yottr t-hj».-f is tin- ( ‘ommissiouer <>1
( 'nstoms, he sai.1. “ lii-jiurt to him
at once. A\ lit n you have any future
Business with me transact it through
him
Jl I have any special use for
you I'll send for you.” Mutlgeedged
out.
La Dow and hL Canvass.
'f>
to
Ct
Stair Ealustcrs au«l Newell
zr.
Tosts, ,
< 'oiistallilvou iialld and Iliadi to Ol d. r.
y
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TH O S E W H o
CONTEMPLATE
building inthis vieiuitv
3
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Superior Inducements are offered !
y.
t—t
For every thing m eesaarv to tll( Erection'
Ct»mpl< lii-n and furnishing of any
building can be bull at
this Factory.
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W m
V-
N E W A N D F I R S T G LA SS!
F O J tE s T
And the wont done will be of
STYLE
AND
M
THE
FINEST
AND
CHEAPEST
Bifore jiureii.isiiig tlsewhere.
energetic, i
\
Shingt, s, /..iiiilu r limi HuiMing Alati
able and assuming man in Oregon, nul f/ g. *)• t n * acht I/a ft f I if u ’ork.
Address ¡«11 orders to
lit is ¡ihout the
most lucky man in
IN
THF,
STATE!!
best posted think his
expenses will not
electioneering
amount
to over {
angfactgrer
and
OREGON.
dealer
in
X I - A . I L . JST U
S
S
,
SJ^'Iìv’pairiiigyiroiuptly attdidtd t»».
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WOODCOCK
M. M c D o n a l d .
G .U O V E
nl3;2m
A. L. J O H N S f »N Forest Grove.
the State. He has run, or rather been j
run,lor Congress, and those who an- ■
M cC R E AD Y.
SADDLEd, LRIDLES, W HIF8 à Lcsh
LANDS
I ni, D C.
i L d e - L -/er,
f). J / 1 ii widdie, (>e-
e.'inrd ( ¡ r o ve , Loi.
Ceree,
Mr s.
D.
H ”.
Admis,
Udii f o n , ¡own.
I'onionii ,
.des (> 1! hell eg, Il asii h-
inglon, D . ( ' .
j
fiora,
A/rs J ( ' Abbott, ( l ar fse
Iona.
L ni g Assista nt Sf eoa n i .
Miss (
H o d , MM' ■h t ut ¡h m . 1 r. i *
/; Et t'iif i Et’ ( ''ni .E t te
1 ' m . s. fil Hil /V, ( » fls/t ! ugi' », /> C.
D.
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ir
loi
o ra t
Ol'
f li
G » .
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s , e rro c
J II s
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( h-erse * '>*, I >nt h tf /’««>■. » ■ « ' .
¡. 'ehi e• /*,
//-. nier,
Y alla
]ViIU(I
+
St ewa r d,
lì P (/Ids,
l.o Ig Assistonf S t e i m r d ,
(/Ids, W olio II alla.
Assistant Steward,
he, i ds .
ii
Airs Chloe
M
P ow e r s
1 hdjhiln i /
. 1 I l f It'"i,y S i ¡up.-ton ( or
rail
a ’ -e h e pe, -, F r <ml Slott, ni, I l n 7
! \ til (f .
T JV V/S///V
P A Witzel, 7 )t
( 't't't s , M r s Jane ( 'gens, r 't ’t
P t/Hit nt it
M r s . 1 / / (tll't'f’S. She, l.f
/ loro.
M r ! . . , Peed,
Me M i Uh-
noe.
Cn-sswell
grange, no C4Laneeo; G B
I» i\* tu..-ter: A J Johnson, si c, » ressivcll.
/'!• -¡«sent Hill grana»-, no (»5, Laue eo; Jas
l'.irs» i. master;
King's Vnil.-v
The 1 X D F P E X D E X T
owes
alle­
.1 Grant, master
Val-« V.
gia nce to no p a rty but the jiarty
Fod m Grove
MTsliington
eo; //mn üiuioii, master; H T Buxton see;
o f P R O G R E S S I V E I D E A S and
1’ ol est < I loi «-.
Chukulpum grange,no *>s, 1/aiion eo; N R
Dot y. inastila W st iw« r, se«-; Jittïrson.
R E F O R M ; fs co n tro lli d by no
L.uu-t 1 grange, no t»J, Douglas co; L Has-
brook. mast. î : 11 Nichols, sic; .Star's Point.
C l igne, F a rt ion o r M o n o p o ly ; bid
til.dilati.! LJ1aug»-. no 7«», t'lac lOHlMis CO* 1) •
IFng lit, loa st.•r; J P /•iugo, s*•y;
Oregon j
I
is the fearlcssm ifd outspoken -------
«'itv.
AI nIf nom; ill grange . no 71.Multili imah eo; f
./ I/o¿f n a>ti r: J ( N« vv. 11. set•; E ast Port-
\D VOC A T E o f the P E O P LE .
&
INTERMELA,
AMiolesftl»« and Retail Dealers in
(¡RCmifLS i Pttlüfiül»:»
PATRONS OF HUSBAr.ZPiY.
Deputies of the State Orange.
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• a B. nt. >11 eo;
FA
! 11 i lls, tu,ist * 1 ; (
inor, s.l-f : Corvallis.
là vclsinr gran
• 13, Ya’tulli 11«•<>; W I,
'niait, see
Smith, master; J E (.'»ovijrt,
see: ;
Button,
Dux
ton.
; >alem gtang«-, no 17, 1/arion eo; Dan'l
I ( lark, master; John Al.ntv, sec; Salant.
7urn« rgrange ii«« I s, Alari-m od; I* .V W i/-
j «1 master,* Il H Hid ry, sa.-; 7’iiriu'r;
Brownsville graii;.-«-, no 13, l.inn co; I. C
: Rice master; A W v-t matd.s ; jir.ivvnsvili»-.
Nouth Brow iis\ iH ! . 111 e, no 20, Linn eo;
C. lis..lidlut» <1 w ith ih W ».svilii*» I’d El.
! than ■
. -\ li»> • Î4 . /.inn .
R V li­
vine, me
Ii ^ .lit
se.'; E. n.iaon.
Km»:. Putt, -rii11 ;e. lit 1 i. Emu
«•«,; y
Al . . . . ru.ist, i ; M Ji. |s)ii ■ • \ ; ' . . .
11 m-.» >nv . :■
«'. IK, ! 1 ran i o. i
M
P-.W. b ! .1 •
» s / \ AN
//ope !
E. ni. eo; G F ramp-
j k i , n i . 1« i .o A . i u * ,,
n m .
Mono grange, n< » 2», Polk eo; J M
i.ew -
B-y, master; Il ( M I itnntonds, see; Lt iris
vil'e.
I g .
Lib rty grande, no 20, Lan«* co; H N II ill,
master; J ( 1 Jertnings, see: Junction.
Evening Star grange, no 27, Multnomah
t-o; J.ico«] Johnson master; II T Campbell,
««c; East Foithifid;
1 ni] «(da grange, ho üS. Jiouglas « o; R M
Gnrin-y, tftast» r; IF F t iweiis;
see: //ose:
| buri
2îl.
n itili I,-è (fi; 11 U
j
Miltott L;i«Tii^(, rio 2
fi; î \ iiîtlill.f
Drumhiller, masttr; T fl McCoy, set-; l/»l-
has the *< a ., right o f doing the
ioill.
t
r
t
♦ j
Washington grange, W ashington coilsaiic |
Ball, mast« i ; ,/ (f (instill, see; Middleton. |
( ’« nt- r grange, /.inneo; Win l ’hilpot.mas- !
ter; /.W Mi ►ss, see; Cravvfordsville.
AIill Creek grange,Yamhill eo; B B Brnu-
soui, master; M M Ellis, see, Elkhorn.-
McKt-nzie grange, Luncco: (J ft flam-
niersley, nlaster; IG A IGooh-ot, stc; .Spring-
ti. Id.
Amity grange, Yamhill
soii. master;«!
L 1 ITO i X T P R IX T IX G
■ fiir iVashington Cou¡ify'andw
¡1
. ~ ns
hcreforc invaluable, to all o onret.itcr.
eo; J J Ilender-
II Sawyer, sec; Amity.
11 dlamette grange, Yamhill co!
Henry
11 *w«-tt, n aster; Peter Burcndregt, see;
Il ia utlulid.
./acivsoiivillt- grange, .Jackson <•<>; F F
IGalker, master; R A Miller, see; .Jacksou-
vill»*.
-
Farmington grange, IG.ishingtoheo; R A
II. it sbovo.
7'hu nix grange, «Jackson co;. </ Herrn,
mastei ; W F Herrin, sec; 7‘hteiiix.
H
Snringwiter
ClHçktium^ co; î ** f-
Li-vvell* n, master, 7 AI /it-t-d, sec; Sj-nng- .
w a ter.
7’ua latin grange? Clackamas en; .,,
.....
Kruse, master; Joseph BurstoW. sec,Crepoli [
Citv.
..
«¡u a »ç o;A B
Beat, r Creek; grange: < Ijiekanu-
M .v iuavt»i ; b U (hod
is « «g ; Arthur
lì arm-f grange,- I lnt-karn-sy > G k e o u
' iGarrof.- rrtaster; UoliH Bttffth; tec, o f •»'
f-gv.
ton.
Muiu ¡t Zion g range, CÎaek.-imaS eo; »4
/ ’« rrydale grange, no 30, F olk <-«»; Geo n, v, master: W H Milttooit, sefc.
it on-c
Coniegys, m asti r; J Frizzell sec; l ’errydale. | 7/unling grange, Claekalmis Co , George
I nrmcrs <d ( h‘i g'in rind Washington
oryfliitic lo r sell-priileetinn Hod for the
fills Nos. 4, h, ¡1, tmd h
cniihlilrnirnt tifilo' indnslnol pnrsllils:
lo lu d i dole tins work, I Ione (■inn mis-
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[ tions and suixrintt-nd fht* » onstim-tb ns
simili ilo' tnllnil
I'*.'
11 c hance to g o to C o n g r e s s . | (jie same; alst> partit-uhir atttntion paid to
to tus/ tf n I f
P.M tla iiJ..........................O r e ; « . j granges in this ju r is d ic tio n , us mi/
There is another thing that we will
I J O IX E lfS
WORK
and
STAU; !
t i AUFORNIA FltFITri
RECEIVED deputies;
say in his favor as showing his good
J «lii*e»-t pt-r bt-.unci-».
Country ordir» j
Eoe D o u g la s and tin - counties sooth
ir. MhOXAJ.D.
juilgtrwnt— ho stayed nt ltotiie. YYc-, B F1LD IX C 1.
IA' f
I o f d.
l i . M . (j’nrnl'i/, 'Jeu M ile P . O .
M cM innville grange, no 31, Yamhill eo; 1 Clark, m aster; A C W ilbur sec.
thought iliij woultl hurt him, but,on j Shop on Fine street above Alt-Ready’ s.
P o lk , James Totani, D i x i e .
A R eid ,m aster; D O D urham , see;M eE iu u -
IFillametto grange; Multnomah co; Ì)
Cash paid for C n n t r y Prod aoe
H :<»nT
ville.
the other hand, it ha- been hiq po-
««..-—
UleiT, master; S E J'addock, see: J'ortlsnd’
Lane, 11. A. Hi d, Junction.
n42-l v
tliice d o l l a r s , although some think | A R C H I T E C T A N D R C I L D E K
it has cost him as high as rivedollurs. « « T I L I # F U R N IS H P L A N S AND SPI (
▼ ▼ itieations for Building s of all it* -<-ri|>
Ntiw we consider i?."» a small sum to
the
M il.!
. alt ktnds of
FINISH
Gull und E x a m in e J
elect of Oie^ol**
//. Kelley, Was.'ii ng-
of
O F F li'
AI v machinery i«t
The Walla NVidia Fnion gives this SUPERIOR
t n tin- Democratic liejne¿entativc j
Cor­
..
Gri-ejiville grange, no 43, Washington co;
Wm Wilson, master; J F Pierce sec; Green­
ville.
UllCilUb
Orleans Ifrilllut
grange,no
»no v(t,
53,Benton
i»t mou t eo;
w, J »u
M ’Coy
vvo
Ulilst(.r; |fm Winning, see; Corvallis.
I Union no 2 grange, no ol, Douglas co; A
A M «thew,master: J G Fluke, sec; Looking- j ^ j o u r n a l devoted to the intere*.»
-io
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t u
I
\\ ulau'ette grange, no 52, Benton eo,John
. . r •
• , j ;l, ris ma.-ter: C Stagle, s«-c; Corvallis.
|
W ashington ( . o u v t y a nd of
.Svmcnse grange, no 53, Liuu eo, H Far- i
v». li, master; C A MiBer. set»; Miller-» sta- |
State.
timi.
Siuslaw grani»«*, no 54. Lane eo: D B«~urt-
, vvTight, master :./ F Amis, sic; m u s I hvv .
(,'ovot.t grange, no 55. Lane co; S .Stephen :
master: S T Duke, s«-e; Siuslaw.
'. ]
r.ugene grange, no ad,Lane eo; .T« ss»i Cox, J
ma i v >t John Si.iiiiier, s« e;Ei.gene City. I
Saiul Ridge grange, no 57. Lmn co;
S ;
Isom, mast« r; J M a •k, m o Alll.iliv.
( >ri> tit gì-,ma,., mj 5s, Linn «-.i ; V n Cald-
w - 11. mast, r; J Turner, »«■< ; Albany.
Douglas; B G
Roseburg grange, no 5îh
«libi»», mast-‘r; R W« aver S o ; Mini*» ('reek
Gairets. n grange Ilo <»0,
ars. master; II Mixander, see; Bethel.
Dallas grange, not i, l ’olk: R Clow mas­
ter; 1) J //«»lines, see, Dallas.
.» -
5j»riug N ’alley grange, no 62, Pulk; I ) Gib-
soi.. inaster; W A lit nry, sec; Z» na.
Corm ìins grange, lu» (.3. Ilushington co;
Ü 1‘ ir.lls, master, U ni R.cves, sec;Coruel-
R 3 3 T & S ’iOEHOUSi
uj
B A I T ' S l ’l.ItS Tuvm-d¡imiScrolli. '
A USO
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If he is not the most
POST
¡»IMIS l'ült THE LlMiliESi! V1.\Y TillMiS ?)
[Extra Ct from a Was hiCgl -m L tter.
V. M . M<-D o n a i ,
FOREST-UROYE
P 1 I
INDEPENDENT
1
P" I ^ bit« ■h*-n spi t:
met ho« 1 h h* stole thy h.
1 homas laylor, Lolnrn- I .» jtv °
bin, S. ( '.
y
M
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yrrrr.n r r nr my heart ft-rr
Junction City grange, no 43, Lane eo; F
\V Folsom, mastei: J G Houston sec;Juuct-
w st Fuit »11 ^r.aii^e . no 72. U ashiugtou ,
eo; Y iJ ¡eo IH Ì i>. mast er; David li. m»x. sec'
il A -1' >ro.
Un .sbovo or;itnof, no 73, I t ' « di ington eo; |
Th - it mp 111V v>. in. «sur; 11 li Al» Vel's,S< e \ 1
litiasi »oro.
Butteville grunge, no 74, Marion co; P F
F
' di re
( ornili idee,
D o n n i Ciistleinau, inasu r; F P Maihieu, seigBuMt--
Soleni; Il M ( i n n i , g, leu mi].
ville.
( 'la r i
'.'"ttage Gi'uve grange, no 75, Lane co; A
Dong,ns co. ; (/elei/ Unii, Wnttn Udllii:
li spalir, ma-tei ; liorat-t- Knox, see ; ( ’«.itiige j
ti .1 lit-//'-, l i m o n
I isto;
1 humas ( i I ' Ve.
M o n fers. Sein; J // Hen r y, ¡ . a 1 (igeile;
Charity f'V ingc. i>.o 70, Lane co; AI 1G.1- ;
S U dè J R I P T I O p r i c R.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
1/ ,\ H dl, »/ n net i on.
kins, mastti; t Ai Wilkins, sec; Il «lluiiiettc |
Forks.
Alsea Grange, no 7 1 . Beniort co; AI Ver- I
NFORMS T H E P U B L IC
TIP'
HE O l l i ; e i s o f tii«* f e u t r a i ( h a u ;
noli, tuast.-r; 1 11 Starr, w e ; Alsea.
s T I L L K kki - s tub
I -^^11 • a t i o n
P» o. t i grange,Linu t-o;s D //.«lev- muster; i
P r e s d, • d. II'
A t -‘ a nier.
\u tm Watts, s. i ; P, oria.
Vier P r : so h ld , .Inm>. Tatum.
r r.iuklin grunge. Lati«-co; G AI
Aliller, I
F
A»
See/; ¡Oi y,
m.asti l ; .1 F Ivii-K, s. «-; Franklin.
A 11 Sta n on rJ.
M .tjiato graugt*,
II ashiugtou co; T
Ri
/ r> o - n r e r , C P P i i r f l o i r t .
Tb<»in] sou', master; F i* Stott, sec; Gaston. |
G a l l a m i Set* H i m
'fruste s,
/■'. Shci'nl, F. P n irell.
A «.vacuila grange-, Douglas co; A Lamb,
( iafe-J\eejwr, JJ ns J a iin in g .
master, J R Drain sec; /(rain's P O.
He has something good to tell them and
. ig e ili, J . lì. Sto inp,
Goluinb'a grange. *! ashiugtou co;
Jas
Jitjbt'ie. master; 1 Kiji .lv, sec; Glencoe.
Beaverton grange, iFasliiiigtou co; 7'Tuc-
S U B O R D IN A T E (¡R A N G E S
k« r, inasti r; Jas d/’Kay, see; Portland.
O retitm
Oidvlaud grange, Douglas co; E Stephi-ns,
Such as
Alarshtìeld grange n o i , ('lu-kamas eo;
master;
E H Ptnkson, sec; IFtlbur.
W IG Davis, master; 7'J
Matloek, s.c;
H A TS A N D C A P S
.' od tville grange, no «5, 1 .inn eo; Win B
Claekan as P. ( >.
1H)( ITS A N D S!I( IPS,
1 igle ( re. k grange no 2. ( ku-kamas eo; (»d-i.ii, li asti i ; ( Bulge, m i- ; S< ulax ili»-.
/’ovvi Ps Valley graiig»«. Multnomah <•«» ; T
1. la» i l»« -, master: Franklin Fosti r, see: D a ­
L A D IE S ’ AND GENTS'
K U dii ins, muster: 1» Ukthingtoii ; sec;!
masi US
S 2 S O a T o a r
Oiik /’<»iut gmng" tu»
3. Folk co; J. IG. l ’ovv« IPs Valley.
W E A R IN G A P P A R E L ,
II
ooilbnrn
grange,
Marion
co;
G
Dimiek,
|
Nirk. m isti t ; Jaim-s A Detupsi v. set-; Riek
master. Win Darsi, st-e; lFo«»dburn.
reai.
Howell Traili»- grange,Marionco; IF Nap- i
G r o c e r i e s
Bui-'na Vista gra’igi no i, J’olk co; E C
JJtll. master ; I. AI Hill s,,.- Buona Vista. pingtield, luastt l ; «/cbn Newsom, sec; Sa­
|
Of all kinds, and other Articles to . numer­
Monmouth grange no 5, /’olk «-.»; I G Al lem.
.Needy
grange,
(
lackamas;
.John
Ringo,
|
ous to mention. And hopes l>v
Biitl.'i- master: ) S Churchill, s«*e;
Ab»n-
tu-ist«'i ; W IF >uinpsou, sec; Needy.
moiitli.
Butte ( reek grange. Clackamas co.
E
(> ik /‘latiti grange no G, Likn co; V R
F A IR D E A L 1X0
Skinner, mast« t : E AI /fartman, sec; Butte
Prie«-, ninsttr: T J Black, see; //alsey.
7'amgent grange, no 7, Liuti co; 1-i là Fan- Creek.
! Only to merit a Liberal Patrona
>f the ning, master: A levins. m e; 7'aiigtnt.
I ]>per Molalla grange, Claekannis co; ./
Public.
( oriutliiaii grange. u-> K, l.inn co; W K Alu .e. master; S Engle, sec, <;i „i Tidings !
G.isln n grange, Lam-Co. W R
Dillard, [
Priee, masti r ; ( W e Id. s* e ; Lebanon.
master; S l.ngle, see; Glad Tiiliit‘gs.
,,li«'«ld
-.Tiim
ge,
no'.*,
Linneo;
P
Sin
dd
Hirhcst Cash Price Paid for Produce.
Ashland grange, .Jackson co; I) S Buick, «
masti r; lt IG Yautis, see; Miedil.
^ |
Grand /'taira- grange, n». in. U nii ao; W mast«-r; W Be« sou, sec: Ashland.
( It -lity n,> 2 gratige, Linn co;F AI Kitzci, j
P Ami r *S( m in.ist• v:
Frv. st G; Albany.
m. 11. I .inn c:•<»: John masti r: P II 11 ¡gle, see; Harrisburg.
AI» adoivville grange.Umatilla eo; A LGor- I
a R P« •ri «r, s«.-; Har-
«Ion.
master; .1 11 J.’aley, s«*c; Aieailowville. ]
risimrg.
t
.«Ita grange, l uiatillii «-.»; .Jacob Fr azt*r,
•s]>ringti«-1d ^
no 12, I zUTlG ino; John
GKO, A. PKASE, PROPHIKTOB
Kelley, maste
.111« C\ s S( ’(• J >pri-g- master: Gilliam, see; Pilot Rock.
Pendleton grange, Umatilla eo; T H Sto
field.
The Largest Slock on the Coast,
ivy, master:./ 11 Sharon, s« c; Pendleton.
.
i
7’liilomah
» 'uton eo: N P
IO 13. 1>
Midway graiigy, Umatilla eo; ./ H ( h.vse!
S. W. Corni r of 1- irst and Morrison streets, X,v. tnit mn ,
1» row'll s
i orvailis. master; \\ i Alver, see; 11-pner.
X O T IC E ---- The /XD E P E X D E X 7
>.-
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;<
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no
11.
Ih'i’t«
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go
;
J
P O R T L A N D O R EG ON .
nl2 lv
Ch iialem granga, Vamhiileo;
S Bruts-
Il Mill« r. masti
1. (Hit til o 1U
\ 1 or- ckt r, master: ,/ J’ Shuck, sec; West CheliiP j
rO R E !
voluii.es, until eomph tion, will be issimi
«.ne»- in two ne »nt lis.
'S ] »email pae.s of th<- A m Vine VN
( Vi I.el-.lI'll, showing typ« , illustrations.
I Oity.
'
j Damascus grange, no 41, Clackamas c«>; S
\ p Lee, master; Norman Darling, sect Da-
I i mascus.
niascus.
grange, . n
1 _ J<>r«lan Valley
V« lley K™“*
T o . 42,
. . . . L . in n e o;
John Brvaut,
master; A 1 Met ully, sec,
! ^r,j().
-C ,
niiiaUOii PBimm.
CLARK E
Lafayette gran"?, no 32, Yamhill co: £♦£
Henry, master; It II Lauiaon, sec; Laya-
yette.
. , a
S Ü B S b m b È !!
North Yamhill grange, no ,33, Yamhill co 'S U B S C R IB E !
K It Laughlin, master; D C Stewart,
sec;
North Yamhill.
Weston grange, no 31, Umatilla co;
J ¿'
White, master; M ’cArthur, see; Weston.
IFild Horse grange, no 35. Umatilla eo; J
N -Perkins, Inaster; D A Richards, sec;Wes
ton.
6'cio grange, no 36, L in n eo; Thos f l a n ­
kers, master; G T Foster, sec: Scio.
Nntitiam grange, no 37, Linn eo; TFin Cy­
rus, master; W A Kinsey, sec;Scio. *•
i IFusco grange, no 3H. Wasco co; Itoo»»rt
I M «vs, master; G If Burnett, sec, The Dul-
| les. E.
The 7'» lies grange, no 33, IFasco eo; A J
Dufur, master; E L Perhurn. sec; The Dul­
les.
Molalla grange, no 40, Clackamas co; P S
f* r the
Noytr, xuastei; Chas Howard, sec; Oregon
Master State (Jroin/e of (/regoli and
'*•'
B« aver grange, no 44, Linn co;.J Crabtree
Washington.
Sa. m i , Oet. 1, ISTI» t | vaster; S \V Gains, see; Lebanon.'
»«
FOREST
GROVE.
LIVERY & FEED Sìlfi! K
W T 'F A C T C R E S TO ORDER. A c ­
k i count Books, of all si/, ^ alni styli -
Ball Tiok-ts, Bill II ads. Blank Book , of
any th sir- 1 patt- rn. with print»-»! le nds or
w ithout. Blanks. Briefs, ( 'af.ilo/m-s, Cnnls.
<
'ertiti at»' s, ( h cks. Circulars. De» -Is, I la ud-
au-1
Bills. L ib Is. l.-ases. Lett, r H» ad «. Pos». rs.
Pr-».ranimes U.c-ij.ts of ail kinds, Show
t ara . Slopping 1 ■ .s. A e., a.
F.
Southern Oregon, 1). S. It. 11aik,
o f Ashmnd.
Ana locallih/ nothin this jurisdiction
fo r which no deputy h i s I reo appointed
f o r thè orgaiiization
/uiiizatioii of granges, unit
n oli
' rereiec i m mediate
- ‘- i u - i : attention
.ai.i.a;,.,. i f applica-
,
. ...
,‘ u
finn is ma de to me, l ietti attend m pier-
i y
Lt«« n u L t*\ K.---
II'ashiugtou territory.
L. Sindh, Ol ympi a, und .Julius Horton,
Seattle.
ing national changes of peculiar moment.
Hi«- civil war of mir own eonutry, which
was ut its height when the last volume of
the ol«l work appariti, has happily been j
end« d, and a m-w course of e »umu-tvial
and industrial activity has been com- i
m« net «1.
Large accessions to our geographical t
knowledge have been made by the indefati-
AYaterbury, Comi., lias a bashful
\\ ork oxen are in g n at demand in gable explor« rsof Afri«*it.
young man who mad«* a cull one « ve­ Coo« C’ounty-
Tin- great political r< volutions of lie» last
ld g , and after partaking of a little
decade,
with the natural result of the lapse ,
rl he (irangers are making exten­
ice creimi, -asked, “ is there any­ sive preparations to build a large ottime, have brought into public view a i
multitude of m w men. whose names are in |
thing else'r”
; warehouse on the WillamettA, ju-t ( ver- one's month, and of whose lives every
T ue only paper inNew York which | below the Hogers landing. It is one is curious tt> know the particulars. 1
pot a l«-j oi 1 into tin- White House tlu-;r intt ntion to lav oft a town sit«-. « lia at batti» s have beiti fought and import­
ant sieges maint -»ue«l. of which the details
at the tirant wedding was the // >•-
A t i w ft.n m.ross the y ouu
riv- are as vet pres< rv»«l only in th«- m wspi-
pt Is or in tie transient publications of the
" ■. A,ul dB reporter disguised lnm- erro;l;, lu, ir A del ia. that was cur
duv, but which ought now to take tle ir
M-lf as a col«*ii <l waiter, and assistt
ih \ v
tew «la\s a g o by S u p e r v i s o r L u k e j ’a -e in permanent and autlu nti«- lisfory.
T». H O X T E R 1IAS
SO M
tin- eaU il l' at tilt- ol'eakfast.
• « ustonievs ,.t his sture all th « time
lavlor.
Wht I«- it struck the ro a d n
I ; pi ep: I ring the pi. 'int edition for tin-
tliat he has no ti-ne to viriti ali ailvt-rise-
:: jnc hid up Oil Mtuu stir et vis- w a s a 14 . >[ ¡i huait'« .1 leet i rom tin- pn s. it has accordingly b.a n the aim of
ineiit. Tliat is wliat vii-« all busilli s. 3.<ts.
e
editors
to
bring
down
the
ii
f
irmetii
ii
i »ti 11 ami mensili« .1 si\ 1
t i me
Bitmile of 1
iv, a
semi circi« .1
to the latest Jiossibl«» «lati s. and to furnish
m-ltt-s i ta oug»h alls olid yeilow li r. an aei i:: ti ai » mint of the most r» « « lit dis­
lit W : P M V' rs with a piece o f
t«l>‘
\t
di
the
cenitie. It has . t in- lutft lt w :ts ali oi tm leet coid.« :n sei. nee, of « Vevy flash ] »roilite­
«.-a
L *v»i
-w
l :i" d throil;D
ti il iti lini a 1 lire, and of the latest inven­
ii servii •«• n n nit»«!1 eonx 1ltrotlgîl.
t v.ri« >ntly
ti' 1 s in lie j-r. . dial arts, ¡is Well as to giva
*
circi l a t i . udv the mil it r. 1' of wit»« -It ,
a sueeiliet. and origin il I'e. old of the prog'­
we 1 ;i\e ii«»t the reu: totesl i«i« :! " T p ° n
ll s> of ] • I iti» d alni historical > va tits.
applicatio
i«atit»n at this « lìiC'( the o « m r
The work has la tti begun alter long and
>
F~3
E-3 3 5 ^
ear. fill pr« lintii:ary labor, and with the
can recover the
property ^ 1 I« t
n < » t : i ] I 1 » ; « 1 1 « i s I n tarrying on to a
l
I Sews.
sin » ssfnl terminati« n.
None of tin- original stereotype pintes
Hells were tolled when the death
lia V »■ b e l l Us» d. but every page has lu en
of Suuiner was announced in Dan­
prit!» d on new type, forming in fact a m w
bury, autl H n m g
km-11 a Libc* -
( \. ¡op,cilia, with the same plan and t-om-
ty Street man rushed into the street
1
if" luvdi '«•essi ,r. but w ith a far ureat-
1 y t xp» uditilire, and with SUfll
♦
•filili:!1
and wanted to know where the tire
' P
« >Vt * ! 1 ♦litS 111 its c«imposition ns have
v\as. lie was informed that there
STE A M P O W E R
st« (1 by long. r t \[)eiit net alni e n-
« 11SU;
ivas no tire. “ Then what s the mat­
'A d ir
r0v-iL.
-1 Ì,»now ledge.
ter':'’’ “ Sumner is dead.’
“ Dili lie
The illustrations which are introdne -1
»1* titir 1
tiivt timi in the ]»r« s» t : t < .1 »loi , have
live here?” “ No.
“ Die here?”
— L 1 » 1 Y—
* n add.« 1 lint fv>r the sake of ].: i-.»-ia. ef-
“ N o .” “ Well, what’s up?”— Jciu-
;:t«
r
bn::
to
ft.
give
lneid
'i
an
1
f<>rct
to
I ,
.
i ♦' < : \j»i..111:itimi:- in tiif t. \t.
Lliey en.1 »rat-«
ItÆ
JR. E R O
'W
IX T ,
11.i. ji .h. S ( if s*'if 1 < » and i t liai ; ». r; « ! l.isto-
A writ« rin the Aldwauket-N« So I
• ! <i’ 1¡lift t!lu tie *st famous and r» mark-
th st r\t-> the respectful sympathy of
1 (itili
l i l'ilio Stud Ditch.
il feut ur 1 s ft si t nt i v. un intertitre . au.l
all gentleman who
give out
their
t, ; is y ^ f Ii a - illr \ ♦ ! 1 • » ils i »r» cesses ( i.f nu­
. - and i.laniifaetun s. Alt In >u-di in-
washing: “ li is awfully annoying to
ir iix o r
IN
NI NEST
tow n
I ii «1 iIn riustr it t it »i» nitln r than eitibellisli-
toi’ rs.
lia ib at
have some other ‘t-llow s el<>tht-s left
t lit nn y ailis have h» » n span d to : illsliv.
ill ones room by the washerwoman.
Eook Binder and Paper Ruler,
it-i r ill ti- ti.- . x.'i 11. l.ei c; the cost of th» ir
A <;«M*1> S A D D L E -H O R S E AI
Saturday we put Oil ««other fellow’s
it;« «U i - eli ornions, and it is be lit
1
«-t »
w . « s 1 1 a.lv .
1» V \s i!1 tind a VV. leoni. e re< » ¡.tion as ; ill a.l-
shirt, but couldn’t wear it. Although
Ut Me ft atur* • of till « '\ «b n ;« < I : » . nnd
it was rutiled around the bottom, the
! ' Il le’c eenm ets
i tin ears at Cor-
nf it.- hi.dl char; let« r.
• l \ liV 1
liils t a ;ee a da'. .
si« eves were too short to button cutis
KONT S t i u t t ,
»V >1 k is so«d t. » Sr.1 .el ib. rs
Hi1 1 S A
on, und there wus no place for a col­
iv a \ *!«• ( «nd- liv . ry of each volume. It will rati
iv 1 ■ 1 at i-ci
Hör
’- n » ii .j ,it ♦■ «i in sixte» 11 lai »ge oeta v .> V.»l-
lar.”
. «' a. Il cot it.» in ii* : about so" : \ m s.
PORTLAND, ORI'.tiON.
Y:it best thing oil c re m a tio n y e t: (
11 î Y illu-t rat« 3 W it' 1 s. v ml tlnm-aml Wood
U J 1 my '. ’ s, ai.id with limili i ons «• olol <. 1
1!
r t hi- :ask. s oi1 til • shelf h- m ath,
*-
¡th «-1 ai-i in .*i a])-..
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:
A yo.tiill to e« »‘Vins - n.J to sbitwals unkni-wn:
/i / . D ■ i'*‘ o u „/ Sigh ■ . f H i n d i / ' n .
F.itr s, \tons flow nul1 III
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th»*r, idii; ini pdj
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I d /■■»// / lussiti ¡n r iv
Triis1»nj4 lii s spirit m v
For:r volimi ♦•s now i'ea.1 v. S.lee. t d:nn
hook ,
Multnomah, Jacob Johnson, Fast
Pin tland.
Clackamas, F. Forbes, Eagle C reek.
U n io n , A .
Sim/tsnn, Corvallis.
Yamhill , A . ) ' . Ifeiiry , Lafayette.. ■
1 Vosl'imjtun, T. D . Humphreys,
^ R ÌN T ÌflM
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