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» K V . C. A. R U C K B F .F -T U R A M E R
ICAN B IB L E UNION.
McCain, in company .with Misses Sulli
A d v e r t ise r s would do well to make t h e f i r s t t r a i n
a note o f the fact that the S ig n a l has
van and Crystal, and others we believe,
by far the largest circulation o f aoy
went out in a two horse hack strawber-
interior paper in the State ot Oregon.—
A c c id e n t .— Un Thursday last. Mr
On Thursday night last. Rev. C. A. Buckbee rying. In attempting to drive through
lectured j at the
.u- » Baptist Church
“ ** in
' " ‘ * to
*“ “ a Mr. Ira P. Smith’s gate-way— the gate
fair audience, on the subject of the labors and un
dertaking of the “ American Bible Union." The opening toward the team—the hint!
object Bought to be attained by this Bible eon- carriige o f the vehicle ciught the
carn seems to be a thorough revisiou of the gate, which, ou closing, threw the
Old and New Testaments digesting them as saute »gainst the post, knocking things
nearly as may be. of the rainy very p.ilpable
endwise generally and throwing the
crudities and infelicities which t a r their com
pleteness and detract so much from their fores driver
Mr. M :L tin — uud OtlC o f the
andilegnnce. The speaker referred to seven
revisions which the Scriptures h ii already un
dergone, and added force to his claim that a
furt ter revision was desirable by citing a great
number cf Scriptural anomalies and impossi
The Rev. gentleman will be at Dixie, on
Sunday, June 21, an i aho on the 23. July 5,
he will be at Corvallis, and on July 12, will
While on the subject of the Bible we may as
well notice at some length the vicissitudes
through which it has passed io order to reaeh
the present genera'ion in the shapa wo iind
it; and lest we shall be suspected of ' Infideli
ty,” or skepticism, respecting the good bool, we
appeal to all who heard Rev. Mr. Buckbee to
bear witness that, in every essential particular,
our narrative is corroborated by the expo.ition
vouchsafed by him on the occasion of that
gentleman lecturing in this place.
wa / n / v .
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O n receiving the news o f our victory
the Democracy o f San Francisco fired
one hundred g u n s!
The Etna postoffice in this county
GENTS’ it ROYS’ CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING,
becoming frightened, started off at a
ceased lately at Oro Dell, Union coun
rapid pace, while Miss Crystal remain
from her perilous condition until the
horses were reined into the fence by
the driver who clun^.to the lines while
being dragged at furious rate o f speed
. over the '’ found,
Miss Sull’ van was
j considerable stunned by her full.
yond this, and a buggy annihilated, we
believe there was nothing serious befell
t io n
P r e s id e n t ’ s
has been discontinued.
ed aboard with no prospect of escape
IT H O N E O F T H E L A R G E S T
and beat selected stocks of
DOMESTIC DRY ROODS,
Johp Monroe o f Yamhill’ county de
young ladies to the ground.
— The following dispatch was re
ceived at Sulcm, by Senator Nesmith,
The preponderance ot evidence is in favor on Thursday la st:
Washington, June 3, 18G8.
of the conclusion that portions of the Scrip
tures were translated into Anglo Sax in, us To the Hon. J. W. Nesmith i
I earnestly congratulate you on the
early as the sixth century. Bede, an ctniuent
Romish ecclesiastic, give the world a transla triumph o f correct principles in Oregrn.
* A ndrew J oh nson .
tion iu thé q*ghtk century. In 1360, the first
English Bible we have any account of, was
i m ■»
m s »
translated by W.ckliTi. Tin lit printed the
T he F est R econstructio n P o l i
«• first New Testant sat in 1526. ’Ibis edition cy : — Democratic victories.
gave efTense to the Church an l w is bought up
and burnt by its authority. Wuile piepiring
T hk Academy grounds in this place are be
to priut the whole Bible, in I5T1, p *,»r Tin la!
treated t > a now fence. This is a step in
was arrested and burnt, charged with “ heresy;”
so it will be seen in what a quandary the peo the right direction, and we trust will he foil >w
ple reveled three hundrcl years a /o respecting ed up t > tlic extent of cleari ng the plat of the
wont was the true gospel and how it should ho grubs which now def.ee it, aud of sowing the
promulgated. The first M irtyr in tin reign sutne in some hardy grass.
of Queen Mary. J hn Rogers, assisted in pre
J. W. Smith, Sheriff elect of this county has
paring a Bible which he dedicated to King sold his dr 'g store.
JI jury VIII, iu 1537. (Why nit have •• do li-
Mit. !• M. Johnson of this cnnntyj a “ print”
f 1 * •
by the wiv, is the winner of three g.od horses
¿he first Bible printed by authority, say.- i n the Lite election.
Chambers, and | ublicly fcl up in the churches,
It morn A LixDrtxBEnann, Sin Francisco
was the salt)* Tindal’s version. It was peint
wnoless/e dealers in Clothing and staple rky
ed at Grafton, was of large size and ; a b.i.-hed
» goods, announce that t’j ev c *n fill ori rs—
in lo o t; and, by II >ya. Proclamation, every ;
arge or stii iH— for couMrv traders at prices
p ar ri ah was obliged to set one of the copies in ;
»ntircly bel >w the low —t* Thl* H >»<e enjoys
its church, under the penalty of forty shilling*
idvantage* in buying go» Is not ehjtycl by
a month ; yet, two years afterwards, the bishops
, H •
' ** I • V I i*'u|sr
»’ Ulti e act, nnd as has
house i < »il
prVnrt-d its suppression by the King.
. 5* been iheir prue the beretofoi
'ore will give their
Thus it will be seen that the notions of Cur*.— \
I -ustoraer* tLc adviin'agc ol f their superior for
tians was at that day rem irk ably variable
xune in purchasing instead of bnari»ng all t!>c
to what was the true Bible.
\tra profit for ihoin-jlves. This i* one ireeret
“ It waa restored undjr E l ward VI and
if the iniutc.nse business done by iU«i iame.
again suppressed under Queen Mary, and re
Sr.vr.ntL tho tsan l dollars hav* changed
stored again in the first year of Qu en Eliza
hands in this so^uty on the result <if the elec
beth, and a r.tw edition of it given in .I58_'.’
The Bishop’s or the “ .great English B hie ” i tion.
A X ristv cn —Th^ mi'! race located through
Itas printed in 1563—just three bun red years
ago. In 1539, it w is a>rain subiected t- Dal/is, and whi-h up >n rciehiug M tin street
changes aud modifications, aud |r.ute 1 : thi.- makes a right tingle, is in a horribly condition
edition was the first one ever divided into it and about the raid angle—logjs, ehuuks,
Chapters and ver.-es—“ Matthew Barker's sticks, stones, slaves and general itibbish, ad
di d to the demor ilizeJ state of *ho banks o‘
Bible ” was printed in 1572,” with corrections
the race, constituti a disgusting .ptot&clo in
Chambers, of the Elinhnrg Journal, a Chris
deed. It shoul l not bj longer neglected—will
iian writer, says of the Bible n iw in use:
Various editions of the Bishop’s Bible were breed a pestilence.
printed at London in blaek letter at ilio begin- | The table of th- vote of this eMinty which
ning ot tho seventeenth century; but noiwit. . <
standing the c ire that had been expended on j appeared in the 810 * 11 . of last week was male
it, the.version waa not very correct, nnd it-» | up from the othoial canvass.
as often far lr>tn elegant. To ;
amend these deficiencies, and to obtain a really ! N ew C osfkctioxetiy and F amily G rocriiy .
excellent version, James I. ordered an entire — In the store room first door north of B own’s
ly new translation, which is m>w in common fire-proof brick, G. B. Stiles ha* ju»t opened a
use. To effect this very itnpoitant uudi rtak
ing, forty seven distinguished scholars wore complete assortment of family groceries, nuts,
s| pointed, and rtivided into six classes. Ten candies, figs, etc., etc., where custodiers enn he
at Westminster were io translate to the end sect u modated with anything belonging ( to
of 2d Km^s ; eight at Cambridge were to finish
the class of goods iu which he dealf, Iresh and
the remaining historical books uud the Ilugio
trupha ;a l Gxlord. seven were engaged ou the j in first class order. Give him a cal}.
I'rophits, eight upon the lour Go-pels, the
Acts ol the Apostles, and the Apocalypse; the
“ A vote for 1 iOgJU is a v.itc for
Ap< oryphul were to be translated at Cambridge.
Eaeh individual tra islaied all the hooks al
lotted to his class; the whole class then com
pared a/l the translaMotis, and adopted the
‘ * A vote for Losan is a vote for
readings agreed on by the majority. Thu book, ,
thus finished, was sent to eaeh of the other j '-’ 'dH •
classes. Three years were consumed in this i
\ vote for Lo"nn is a vote for
arduous duty of translating and examining.—
Copi.s were then scut to London, one Iroin each Grant.”
of the upove named places. Here a committee
of six, one lr« m eaeh class, reviewed the whole
wbnb was last ot all revised by Dr. Smith, i
A painting entitled, “ MoCormict
aud Dr. llilson. Bishop of Winehest.r, It was '
pri.ted iu 1611. W . are not informed by any Mustering his Recruits ” is soon to be
writer, whether the t;anslation was effected executed and presented to the radical
from Hebrew copies ol tbu Old Testament or
the Greek Septuagint, or whether any tran shoulder hitter o f Portland.
scriptions of the ariginul manuscripts were
consulted ; but it is allowed by all persons com
It is said that the late K night of the
petent to judge, that the version possesses ex
traordinary merit, and is the most perfect
Sinch and Mush Paddle has been elec
It will be remembered that the King James ted in the Fourth Dist., Pfosecuting
edition o f the Bible was gotten up by the A tty. by one vote. W hat have been
Episcopalians and in the interest of that de
the sins o f the people o f the 4th Judi.
nomination. It did uot give general satisfac
cial Dist. that this thing should befall
tio n being promulgated, but 'be King, posses
sing supreme power over the consciences and them ? A dire calamity, to be sure.
convictions of men, enforced this version
among his people.
T h e three poison S ’s — for Logan—
In view of the fact that (he Bible has passed S-tout, S-heil and S-rnith ; at whose
through so many versions each new ver
hands his Dave ship has received a
sion differing essentially from tho rest, is an
argument in favor of the conclusion that it S-eries of S-ound S-pankin|
may be improved by further revision and
T he latest *tatement o f t!
Crockery A c .
the virtue o f M rs S t ip p ’ s T horacic
That has ever been brought to SALEM,
which he is offering CHEAPER than any oth
er house in the City.
evidence o f its
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Nos, 411, 413 and 415 Battery Street
S A X F ll A SCI SCO.
IMPORTERS and WHOLESALE
H e a le r s .
A ll kiuda o f P R O D U C E taken in E x
W anted :
OOO POUNDS OF W O O L FOR
5 Ü 0 , ! tOOO which I will pay tho
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASH.
IN. N E V E R .
3d door from the corner of Griswold’s Block
it t ’ s
1 HR ASHER,
The Best Known.
at D O D D ’S, Salem.
FRESH GOODS BY EVERY VESSEL
l i f e invite COUNTRY DEALERS to exam
I I ine our Lurge ond Attractive Stock which
cotupriics every article in the
The Greatest o f Harveslers.
at D O D D ’S, Salem.
line, together with a Large Assortment of
CA3SIMEKE and WOOL H ATS;
Cassim eres and
Main Street Dallas, Oregon,
aring purchased the
S T A P L E D R Y GOODS,
Formerly belonging to W- S, Robb, and wishing
TO LIVE AND LET LIVE.
Pitlira at Lhie time are lower than they have
been for many years, uud we can offer to
I will sell at low rates for CASH,, everything
in niv line such as: DRUGS, PATENT MED
ICIN.ES, and al/ kinds of PUKE UQU U ll£
goods that they can sell to their Customers at put up expressly for MEDICINAL USE.
a very low figure and still make un uuusual
A L L KIN DS O F P E R F U M E R Y .
Agents for Oregon Cussimerec and Blankets,
of whi:h we keep a large stock.
Large Stock aud low prices, und articles
Agents for Piano 'Manufacturers.
for Oakland Cotton Mills.
BADGER A LINDENBERGER
Wholesale Clothing and liât Warehouse
Nos. 411, 41.1 and 415, But'cxy street,
Feb. 17, 1S6S.
n »it ■»
B R O WN & K E L L Y
and Domestic Dyes.
And every thing else that is kept in • FIRST
CLASS DRUG STORE.
DUOIt N O H TII O F
w o o l
w o o l
HEELLEXDALE MILLCO. will pay 18
cents per pound, for WOOL in good con
dition delivered at their WOOL I10U3E.
D VI R R IIV B L O C K ,
S 4I I 4B, OREGOV,
AND FURNISHED TO ORDER
CALL ON US BEFORE GOING ELSEWHERE.
Concord Wagons, e t c , etc.,
C O N S T A N T L Y ON H A N D ,
BIIOWN A KELLY.
TO TIIE LAD IES!
IN ELLEN DALE, which wsll be sold at the
cheapest rates for CASH, WOOL and PRO».
ch ah . e . n o o n
Agt. E. M. Cc.
Mr«. S. S. Snyder
LARG E AND W E L L SELECTED
Millinery and Fancy Goods
Of the very Latest Patterns aud Sties.
Mrs. Snyder, having made it the study of
her life to carry on this business, and her good,
being carefully selected to satisfy tastes the
most elegant and fastidious, »he is confidenher
being able to please all those who will offer to
B L A C K -H A W K L IV E R Y S T A B L E ,
Corner Commercial and State Streeta,
S .D U R R IN & C O .,
UK largest *»d Best Assorted Stock c f
DA LL AS,
PECIAL attention given to Collection*,
and to natters connected with real Estate.
lW lK w ta «
. P lu ie gir« «« . e«U, u d 70 a «U . k . Con.
vinced that we hora
Stock of Goods this side o f Portland.
All Country Produce taken at its Highest Mar
In pursuance of /aw, and by authority of a
Value. M ITCH E L * R 0 4 B N D O K F .
warrant duly issued by the County Clerk of
March 22 , 1868.
Polk Cou ty, Oregon, commanding me aa
Sheriff and Tax Collector, to proceed to co/leet
toe taxes due said county by distress and sole
of property if necessary, I have this day levied
upon the South half of Sec. ten, Town, seven,
S. R 5 w. Not 1978 cL 46,containing 320 acres I. V aicdcyw .
J obs 8 ohhbbvìllb ,
more or less, taken os the preperty of the heirs
of Nelson Johnson to satisfy the claim of the Vanduyn
said county for taxes assessed against him for
the following yeart, and which remains due and
IN D E P E N D E N C E , O n g o i .
unpaid to wit,
ealers in GENERAL MERCHADISE.
A fu l Stock of Goods constantly on hand to
suit the varied wants o f the People.
aggregating in amount $ 1 S 80 besides penalties,
costs and accruing costs
Now, take notice therefore, that, on Satur
The Highest Market prico paid for
day Jui e 27. 1668, between the hours of 9 o'clock
A. M., and 4 P. M. of said day, at the Court
House door in Dallas, said re.,1 property
above described, will be offered for sale to the
We also hare in connection with the Store
highest bidder for go/d and silver coin in
hand aa by law provided.
Sheriff Polk County, Urejon.
Da//as May 25, 1863.
lV 4 w
with track extending to the River, » 4 are pre
pared to receive and Forward Freight for
F R E X C Il S T A L L IM I.
Ihc subscribor will keep the Fine French
Stallion C oE l’ R de LION at Dixie,
where he may be found every day during the
C0EUR de LION
Is a Beautiful Dapp/e Bay, 6 years o/d, about
16 bauds high and is very powerfully built Waa
sired by o/d COE UK d r LION a celebrated
stallion Imported from Europe. Dam, Whip
Dixio, May 11th, 1868
,E A P E R ,
[The W orld,* C h a llen ger
*5 cents per tan.
VANDUYN k SOMMERVILLR.
F u r n itu r e •
E . M E R W IN , Independence. Oregon.
and Dealer u
kinds of Household and
Has on band a large and well selected Stock,
consistiug in part of Mahogany and Blaek Wal-
uut Dressing BUREAUS,
Center, Dining, Breakfast and Work
at D O D D ’ S Salem.
W EEP8TAK ES
Never Clog* and F ar the Bc*t.
at D O D D ’S, Salem.
Grecian, Parlor, and Was hing toa Woedseot
CH a í RS.
A fine Assortment of
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
B o o ts a n d H lioes,
Union Block, Commercial Streèt,
and G ilt Frame«.
In fact 1 keep everything nsefbl and ornamen--
tal in the line.
About the 10th of May 1 shall remove my
Salesroom and the Postoffice to Sonth Inde
pendence. Thenceforward I shall oeeapj tho
building adjoining Vooduyn and Sommer-
Independence, March 24, 1868.
3 - 3 m
IIE MANUFACTURING DfePARTM'NT
having been placed In charge of a FIRST
CLASS FOREMAN, assisted bv the best of
workmen, he is prepared to get up a boot SU H E W
PERIOR to auy other shop in the state.
A complete assortment' of FRENCH and
A Folk County Invention.
AMERICAN Leather, uud Shoe Findings on
hand, whhh will be furnished to Shoemakers at
reasonable rates. When you visit Salem, give J . M. M A SO N is manufacturing at
I n d e p e n d e n c e , Polk County, Oregon,
a G A N G P L O W which is essentially
superior to anything which
In the County Court of the State of Oregon,
for the county of Polk,««.
ISAAC FOISTER, Plff.
been offered the Oregon F anning P u b
lic in the line of* L a b o r S a v i a g
E. W. BOSWORTII, Deft.
P LO W S.
E. W. BOSWORTH, said Deft.:
n the name of the State of Oregon, you are
T o appreciate the advantages this.
hereby required to appear in the said Court,
and answer the complaint of said Plff. filtd
therein against you. within ten days from the Plow offers, it is only necessary for. the
service of this writ upon you, if served in said
County ; and if served in any other County of Farmer to give it a trial. Sim ply eon
suid State, then you shal/appear within twenty
days from service hereof, and answer said com strncted, and put up with a view special
plaint. And you are hereby notified that if
you fail to appear as above directed, Judgment ly to durability, this deservedly Popular
will be taken against y.m^for want thereof, for Gang Plow must continue- to give un«
the mm of $60 86 with interest from January
25th 1864, at 12 per cent per annum. Publica qualtied satisfaction wherever or by
tion of Summons being ordered by the Judge whomsoever tried.
of said Court for six weeks from this date.—
You will if served by publicutiqn only, be re
quired to appear hy the first day of the next
term of said Court following the expiration of « . C A N T E R B U R Y , H I.
the said six weeks notice by publication.
By order of W. C. W iiitso . v , Judge.
P H Y S IC IA N & S U R G E O N .
J- A. APPLEGATE,
Atty. fo r Plff.
June 15, 1868.
edioal Examiner for Manhattaa life In»
surance Co. N. Y.
HAS OPENED AT THE MIDDLE STORE
in Starkey’s Block, a
T A tfE N O T IC E !
Will be done at the reduced price of ETGIIT
cents her Pound, when grease or oil is furnished.
If we furnish lard. TEN cents. If lard oi/,
TW KLVE and a half cents.
ONE pound of good clean lard for every
EIGHT pounds of WOOL, or ONE pound of
/ard oil for everv TEN pounds.
To insure gontl ROLLS the WOOL must be
washed and cleaned»
All kinds of MERCHANDIZE keptconstant-
ly on hand at the
F arm en »*
JOHtf W . G IL B E R T ,
w o o l
J. W . SMITH, Druggist.
WAGON AND CARRIAGE
H O P
C ou n ty
ATTORNEY A ID C0U IH O 0B A I I A W ,.
TuousANDS.^-Thousanda have tested
P o lk
D ry G « n * c , ClrtJUag, Deem Gctdo».
as on hand Tbimple Skciox. TROK AXLE
EXPRESS WAGONS and BUGGIES,
which he offers for sale cheap tor cash. He has
That has erar came to PGUL CNUXTT,
also the largest and the beat aosortment of lately received at
WAGON TIMBER in the c<mnty 4 and he is
prepared to do ail kinds of work in bis line on
the shortest notice. Call and see.
Store at In dep en d en ce, which
Sell at at a living price.
J. L. C O L L I H § ,
Having purchased oar 8 )oek in Sen Fran*
LATEST STYLES OF HA'IS AM CAPS,
Badger & Lindenbcrgcr,
W agon and Carriage Rak
er, Dallas, Polk County,
and so haa
Our list is daily increasing.
W . H. TEAL.
D E N T I S T
FFICE on State street, over Gills’ Book
Store, Salem, Oregon.
All operations performed by us are warranted
to give satisfaction.
One of the firm may be found in our
office from 8 o’clock A. m ., until 4 p. m ., of each
d . M c C a u l e y ,
E. V. H. ALEXANDER.
Y virtue of an execution duly issued out of
(he County Court of Polk county and
State of Oregon, and to me directed in favor of
John R. Cooper, Plff., recovered judgment
aghinst W. J. Matnev. Deft., for the sum of 473
73-100 do//ars and whereas, said judgment was
transferred from D. M. Boon to David Stump,
May 7, 1868, 1 have levied upon the following W H E R E A R E YOU GOIOG A N D
real property to satisfy the above nonjed judg
WUy do you D rive lu such Haste t
ment and interest, costs and accruing costs,
to wit ; The estate in fee simple of said M a f^ i^ P
ney, of, in and to 170 acres of the west half
life estate of said Matney in the east h alf’of
tho Donation Land Claim of W. J. i^atney nnd “ TO THE STORE OF A D O L F W O L F ,
wife, Not. No. 2268. and claim No. 61, in T. 8 ,
N E W IN D E P E N D E N C E .”
S. R. 5 W. of the Willamette Meridian, con
taining 640 acres, more er /ess ; situated in
Po/k county, Oregon. I will expose the al ave What about Mr. Wo\f 1
Why he is Selling
described real property at the Court House
door in Dallas, for cash in hand, to the highest
W O O L ! W O O L ! W O O L !!
0 0 0 Pounds of WOOL wanted for
OOO the California, market, at
5 0 , 1
MITCHJL A ROSENDORF’S, INDEPEND*
ENCE, who have the Agency far Californio,
At their Old Stand, with a New Fire-Pfoot
will pay a higher Cosh priee foe it, than aoy
Brick Just Completed.
other house in the county.
^ M ^ E would respectfully inform our old
MITCHEL A R06END0RF.
friends and customers that we arc at our
old place of business, with a New Fire-Proof
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Brick Stable, conveniently arranged; each
stall is ventiilated hy a flue in the wall.
¿SC4T Strict attention and the best of forage
Monday the 6th day o f July, 1868,
F a y D a y .— Ye-terday was pay day debt telegraphed to the Oregonian given to all stock ieft in our care,
’ between the hours of 9 A. x and 4 r. m . of said,
no 10 tf
on the west side Railroad, and the shows that the debt is still on the in-
Manufacturer ft Dealer
officers of the Company visited the dif. crease. See daily Oregonian o f the 10.
Sheriff Polk county, Oregon.
B IA C K S H IT H IN «.
- — IN—
ferent cuiups on the line and paid the Why don’ t that paper suppress such
men Io da’ c. The pay rolls show a news like it f .rrnerly suppressed un-
R O W * 4k S H O E S ,
N O T I 0 N S f and / am going to
working force during u portion of the
pposite Salem,.on the Spring Valley roqd
Commercial st., next doog tp.
palatuble news ?
i of a, wile from
Ferry, the under- _ _ unco to the LADIES of DALLAS and
»ast month o f ninety m m . ten cal ls and
Buy while GREAT BARGAINS arc to
Barman Bros. Salome
signal have opened a
Vicinity that she is prepared to Serve them in
loaves and one tcniu.
W ork will In-
Ladies’ and Children's mean-
A lelpgrnph line has been com pleted
the way of Repairing Bonnets, Hats, etc., stc.
com m en ced in W ashington cou n ty this
Blacksmith and Wagon Shop
Having provided herself with the necessary
to the Dalles, by the O . S. N. Co.
T ^ A l , work of my own
w eek.— y/ezo/,/, l^ th .
And does he take Farm Produce?
Goods nnd Fixtures, she can Bleach, re-shape
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! V* here all kinds of work in their line will be and Trim LADIES’ BONNETS and HATS in
Repairing Neatly d»ne.
\"cs; and what is better, he pays the
a manner to insure satisfaction.
A n English paper lioocstly asserts
The Salem Record has eutered upon «Xccut‘iJ promptly aud with dispatch.
^arR E P A IR IN G done'to order.-«®
Ladles’ Bonnets nnd Hats constantly
Butler is a great “ Spoon Broker." it« second , year.
MANN 4 PIERCE.
on hand and made to order*
Highest Market price J r it.
B O O T S
S H O K