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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - May 28, 1892, Woodland, California VOL. JSV WAY 28, 1892. 126. 1IUNTINU llf u 111 1 HII the ing us of work sea rolling fur hem ruinous stones and in Yulu nml Utku My were fully both in tlie and Horace stone N without won but u arc to fully aist and present a. their and the outcome ture tin a source of if the is I know a in Sun Bends large quantities of to but we never hear of them again except pi stones nut id the producer of the in but does not full I found of petrified and principally the of the specimens ure of imv would be upon the of uny T also found somo but specimens uf of every the living red and or and gieen with 111.1 1 ki one beautiful ribbon jasper of one nodular which has an variety of tints All It own nature newr exact In red in and in still a lovely and Tims during un- numbered built up the mby and the all being the oi her wonderful The paat reaching back in linked to the primitive dawn of the are left and spread tor us of the nineteenth century to tec tire as our The farmer tums under at et cry not halting examine their beauty and wonderful formation oi the fact that the stonet he aie worth more than lih The Tion may particularly bo Ll Porcelain jasper banded nith black and vermilion and ra very line and valuable of the Although of fane grade and in they grade eight anil Uf opal with concentric one Fortified agates Not but very fine and ridi tn with numbers of indicating the uf U- formation by earthy in will take a with nf von i bi nation of all lovely from jet to light i tun it presenting ni Star Bird Valley I found unu nu in tn a. over these deposit To ilie nothing the that duster the uncivil uf wonderful and had their tlie or curliest pait of the lony the d uf In we hack the ol ihu i1 seems to im that practical the handed down foi m iin to cit in of mystery by At Una in where of the and il is plainly and to the by a that was unco tin margin of an ancient whu h filled the valleys to it the hone and like were hy the ith and utter untold we liud are hut mostly poor in although I some fair varieties of lining or of itr and very and iri aft After leaving the and taking the the of the and wo have phi tonic and formations of in- chiding hut none lapidary purposes nr rnd often in without cavity or air it when cut nivi sovon nnd Ui eight in will a. line the is flee OF CHARLES THE Of and oct- agonal the broken 01 inu worn unU rock and Silicas black nith and wii All the lie found in the and ol and counties of volcanic it lo he In the The bent lined 01 lather id the of Mt. nn the All been thrown the enter nf Mt. n the ruling theie jre many lied ur alternated liLick with led striped uith ill almost siny k bo found will take and make a in an old ntL 1 a large Uty ol m 01 having bum hv in 1'houolj to mill marked in ing the in e and lovely pink and that am in find calm he bj No ilia and In Ami uitry Alone ho i Tlic mid Dark in all Ills imil tiro more full of hu or lire muru si 111 Thoso or lLo b too known hj sill to to j I mid Unit used by including nnd if blauk the ilia in in thf To the of the that the nl their lire from 1'jiie. 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