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About Oregon Republican. (Dallas, Or.) 1870-1872 | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1870)
, Polk County Official Directory.
Poll: county covers an area of about 1,250
fquare miles. Number of voters, lf327. - Acres
of land under cultivation, 93.270. Value of
assessable property, $1,524,513. - The Land
Office for this District is located at Oregon
City Owen Wade, Register; Henry Warren,
" CotSTT OrviczKsZ Judge, J. L. Collins;
1 Commiiontr, E. C. Dice, I. Levensf Sheriff,
' J. W. Smith : Clerk. J. I. Thompson : Astenmr.
-II. Davis; Treamtrer, IL M. May; School Sit'
nerintendent. J. H.Mver ; Surveyor. S. T. Burch ;
Coroner. C. D. Einbroo.
Post OffiCb Towns. Bethel, Bridgeport,
Buena Vfifta, Dallas (county seat), Eola, Grand
Konde, independence, Luckiamute, Lincoln,
Lewisville, Monmouth, Rick real, Salt Creek
and Zena. '. -
S. Mail leaves Dallas for Salem on Mon-
Wc.ln.nliv and Priil nv il.7 ii in rMiirn.
UAJ f M .x.Mt." j . w- -
lug same days at. 6 p.m.; for Independence,
-each Tuesday morning at 6; for Salt Creek,
each Tuesday at I p. m.; for Lafayette, Mon
day and Thursday at 3 p. m., returning Wed
nesay and Saturday at 10 a.m.; for Corral lis,
; Wednesday aud Saturday at 10 a. m., returning
Monday and Thursday at 3 p. m
BELIGIOUS SERVICES IN DALLAS.
3f. E. Church.!). L. Spaulding,. pastor.
Services at their church, north . side of Mill
street between Main and Jefferson, as follows:
First Sabbath (in each month) in the evening;
2d Sabbath, at 11 o'clock a. m.; 3d Sabbath,
in the evening; Regular prayer meeting each
Wednesday 'evening. Sunday ; School every
Sabbath at 0i o'clock a.fm. j
Baptitt Church J. W. Osborn, pastor. Ser
vices at their Church, corner Court and Jeffer
son streets, the Third Sabbath in each month.
C7riirt Church. T. F. Campbell, pastor.
Services at the Baptist Church second Saturday
and Sunday in each month. :
Methodi Episcopal Church (South). B. R.
Baxter, pastor. Services the First Sabbath in
each month at their Church, southeast corner
Washington and Church streets.
the mountains in the storm. The loose snow
was about four feet deep, and the passage is
represented as being verjr hazardous and la
borious. A valuable Jiorse was lost in the
lournev bv fallinsr over a precipice. ; The snow
f ff tr - . -
is now, after being packed down, about two
feet deep. -. j L
Fob Til t amook.- We undersfand that there
are about a dozen persons in this county who
are intending to removo to Tillamook county
thi3. spring. That place offers many Induce
ments to immigrants. It is near the sea coast
with a good harbor for coasting craft, and
consequently is near market. The opportunU
ties for agriculture are considerable and the
lumbering interests are not to be estimated.
In eonnection with farming are vast natural
pastures, inviting the stock raiser to entet and
take possession. We know of bo spot west of
the Cascade range that is a better place to set
tle than Tillamook. 4
Want A Chaxce. There are three post
masters in this county, one on the northern
eonSnes, another in the eastern part of the
county and a third toward the south, who are
paying more attention to politics, and less to
the honest discharge of their duties as Fede
ral office holders, than the case justifies. These
men have taken the authority of returning
the Rbpubmcax to this office with refused
written on it,, when, n fact, the subscribers
never ordered them so to do, but have' written
us to know the reason why their papers were
not sent. If those men, working in the inter
est of the Democratic party, are afraid to al
l)w both sides of tho political issues of the
day to be studicd,they had better get up a new
party with a sounder bottom.
Tho Jaoksonvillo Sentinel that
a proposition to flume Foot's Creek for
about a mile and a half from where it
empties into Hogue river,
considerably talked of lately. It iaUie-
nevea mat inero arc-nun uim wi
this creek, for abont a mile and a half
from its mouth, which, owing to want
of fall, cannot be worked without a
flume. Tho cost of tho. undertaking is
estimated at 5,000. We. would be
glad to see the enterprise go on.
Ed. Turk, who shot Sims, in Gird's
saloon, at Albany, last fall, was arrested
last week by tho sherifl of Linn county,
lie came from Grant county asa'dele
gate to the Democratic State Convert
tion. , '
Mr. Ramsey furnishes the following
school statistics to tho Statesman:
Total amount paid teachers during
Telegraphic Summary. .
New York, March. 28. The fight
between the Democratic factions con
tinues and the Young Democracy are
marshaling their forces for thp contest
of tomorrow evening. Sheriff O'Brien,
their leader; claims that the meeting is
not to request Tweed to resign the
Chairmanship of ' the Democratic Gen
eral Committee; but ho says he will be
called upon to state distinctly whether j calm reply.- The lawyer wilted.
he has been closeted with Republicans,
and if he has been a traitor, tfvo next
step will be his expulsion and the elee
tion of a new Chairman. The Tweed
ists are as coufident of success as their
A well-known young lawyer obtain
eb a divorce for a pretty and wealtny
client. Ho sent a bill of 81,000. The
next day tho lady called on him, and
inquired if ho was in earliest in propos
ing to her. ; j .
Propose to you, Madam I I didn't
nroDOse to vou." replied the astonished
attorney. "Well, you asked J'or my
fortune, and I thou
the grace to take
MAI N STREET, EOL;U
opponents, but it is said that in case the
General Committee should elect ano
ther Chairman they will retire and ad
here to their Chairman. Tho whole
matter comes before the Sachems of
Tammany, of which Tweed is the
Grand bachem, and whose decision will
doubtless be in his favor. Other re-
in .uanon couuiy, ou.o , ts gtate that carnest cffurts are being
collected.' 83.373 92: 'ex- 7
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DALLAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1S70.
Portlasd legal tender rates, ' strong at 8
flMPS "We understand there
cases of mumps in town. ! .
No Qo. The theatrical troup that adver
tised to perform here on Wednesday evening,
failed to put in an appearance.
- Fixiso TJp. The youths of this place are
busily engaged this week fixing up their guns,
preparatory to going -into the hills after
New Goods. Mr. N. Lee, of the firm of N.
A J. D. Lee, went to Portland this week to lay
in a stock of new spring goods. lie will le
turn next week.
Showebt The fears expressed by some on
Thursday, to the effect that we would have a
drouth this spring, was dispelled by the fine
April shower of yesterday. . '
Dbtixo.: If the rain would stop for a few
days we would soon have excellent roads. We
Bversaw the ground dry faster than during
the bright days in the fore part cf the week.
Good Sale. Mr. W. W. Boone, of this
county, Jias u!d St head of calves, one year
old. at thirteen dollars per head. For stock
of that age this is considered a good price. .
Afraid. We heard a prominent Democrat
remark, a few days since, that he would like
to go to the State Convention at Portland,
and would go, if he wasn't afraid he should
lose his residence. . !
CoHVESTioxsWe call the attention of our
readers to the two calls for political conven
tions in this issae, tho Republican to meet in
County Convention on the 11th of May, and
the Democratic on tho ICth of ApriL ' .
A IIotel AoAi!i. Wc are please to be able
to state we are to have a hotel in Dallas again,
and all visitors to our town can rest assured
of finding goed accommodations.' Mr. Shultz
bas leased and refitted the old Dallas Hotel,
and will hereafter cater to the tastes of his
patrons. ' ! .
Medic A l We have received , the March
number of the "Oregon Medical and Surgical
Keporter." The , table of ; contents presen'g
that variety of matter heretofore characteris
tic of the publication. It is filling a station
in Oregon that has heretofore been vacant, and
its mission is for good. '
GneusE-The foot hills are alive with
grouse, and our hunters are having fine amuse
ment among them.- It, is a noticeable fact
that game birds are in greater number this
epring than usual, and the number of young
birds this fall is likely to be larger than here
MrsicAl, . CoscEiit. Thoj Salem Masicai
will perform the
Trans ponTATios. Judge Collins, Chairman
of the Republican County Central Committee, -handed
us the following letter, from Jfajcr
Berry, Chairman of the State Central Com
mittee : Being desirous to have a full repre
sentation of delegates from your county in the
State Convention, I .take pleasure in inform
ing you that the State Committee have char
tered a steamer to carry delegates ffom Eu
geue City, or Corvallis, to Pyrtland.and return
free of chage. Tickets will bo furnished on
delegate credentials.. All other persons desir
ous of attending the State Convention will be
charged half faro. only. Meals will be charged
for by the Company at the usual rates. Dele
gates will please take notice that the steamer
will leave Corvallis at 5 o'clock on the morn
ing of April 5th, 1870. Delegates from Polk
county can calculate the time the steamer will
be at Bucna Vista, Independence, and the
other landings frcm the time of leaving Cor
Cocstt Cosvr.xTiix. The delegates . from
the various precincts to the Repubbiean Coun
ty Convention met in the Court Hou.o, at 12
m., last Saturday, and came to a temporary
organixation by the election of Oeo. C. Belt
Chairman, II. IL McCord and Thos. Pearce
Secretaries. A commlttco on credentials was
appointed and the Convention adjourned to t
o'elock, p. ro. At the coming together of the
Convention again the committee on credentials
reported and recommended that the temporary
officers be made permanent, which was agree!
to. By motion it was decided to proceed to
the election of eleven delegates to the Union
Republican Convention at Portland. A mo
tion to elect the delegates by ballot was lost.
W. C. Whitson moved that caeh , precinct
should select a delegate to attend the State
Convention, and submit its choice to the Con
vention for ratification or rejection. This mo
tion was agreed to, whereupon the following
names were put in nomination :
D., J. Cooper... ..................Bethel
Isaac Smith..... ...Bridgeport
A. M. Smith ..Buena Viita
Wm. Savage...... ...Douarl.xa
J. II. Chit wood Kola
J. W. Crawford Dallas
Jno. Frederick Jackson
II. Burford ..La Creole
B. F. Whitson Monmouth
J. C. Cooper Salt Creek
L. Case..... ....Luckiamate
The Convention ratified the nominations. B.
F. Nichols oEFered a resolution to tho effect that
the delegates to the State Convention bo In
structed to use their best endeavors to secure
the nomination of W. C. Whitson as candi
date fof District Attorney in the third Judicial
District. The Convention then, on motion,
value ot school houses in the county,
$30,040 j total amount expended for
school purposes, 10,90 1 31. . -
The State Agricultural Society has
contracted to purchase 70 acres of land
lying east of and adjoining the Fair
Grounds. This tract of 1 nd will be
surveyed into lots and blocks for the
convenience ot campers.
The Statesman editorially says that
the stock-holders of the Oregon Central
ltailroad Company have dissolved their
corporation after having transferred all
its rights, property and franchises to a
new corporation to Le known as the
Oregon and! California llailroad Com
mnv. The eanital ntock of the new
corporation Is 820,000,000. The Di
rectors of the new company are, 15en.
Ifolladay, W. L. HaWy, C. Temple
Emrne,tt, George W. Wilder,.. I. l.
Moores, C II, lewis, J. C. Hawthorn
and M.j Crawford.
The Society of the Kirst Congrega
tional Church, in Portland, is making
arrangements to build a new church
A petition has been circulated and
numerously signed iu Corvallis asking
the City Hccorder to declare J. II. Up
tytij ot the Corvallis Mercury, a common,
upon trust wort ny lnlormatton , that a
communication has been received by
the President to the effect that the
Virginia Legislature is preparing to ab
rogate its ratification of the fifteenth
amendment by a coup de main, and
that members intend to rush its repeal
through both houses on tho game . day
without notice and without debate.
The President, it is declared, intends
to issue a proclamation announcing the
adoption of the fifteenth amendment as
soon as Texas is admitted, and that he
won't wait for the admission of Geor
New York, March 27. A Panama
correspondent saya thv Republic of Co
lombia will ratify the Darien- Canal
treaty. A letter from tho Darien ex
pedition, March 14, says the olScers
and crew are all well except command
er Selfridge, who is suffering from a
lame leg, whieh prevents his accompa
nying the party across the Isthmus. A
road has been cut three miles into the
lutcnor, meeting a river which is said
to flow into the Pacific. The Indians
were frightened at first, hat proved
friendly. They as.-fstcd the explorers
in every way possible. All are sanguine
of discovering an easy route for the con
struction of the canal. Another Dar-
WISHES TO INFORM THE PUBLIC
that he keeps constantly on hand a
large assortment of r
Specially adapted to the wants ot tne j
community, embracing ' --r
Boots & Shoes;
Hals & Caps,
Etc., Etc.. Etc.
aJCal!, and Judge for yoiirfielvcs.-ti
Rev. D. M. Hodce, of North Adams,
Mass., is writing a hymiji to the music
of Beethoven's ninth symphony, which
is to be sung in the M us w Hall of Bos
ton, by a chorus of 6 thousand two
hundred children, in centenary celebra
tion of. the great composer's birth. '
1 1 11 i
The workwomen of Paris receive a
verv small compensation for their labor.
Thus, in 1800 there wj re 13,203 fe
males who darned from 10 to 25 cents
a Uav: 80,340 who ean ed from 39 to
80 cents alday, and Only 809 who
earned from 90 cents tb $1 40a day.-
Utah next month.
Mormon missionaries on Long BEST KtlQW I 1Q MAU I
Clrls, and' will
five Ions; and
send them to
Cfflce, Ho. 64 (Adjoining Tfelegraph Office),:
Front itreet, Portland, Oregon.
Accounts, Notes, Bonds, Drafts and Mercan
tile claims of every deeripUon throughout Or
egon and the Territories, WILL BE MADE A
SPECIALTV AND PROMPTLY COLLECT
ED, as well as with a due -regard to' eronomy
in tll business matters intrusted to his care and
the proceeds paid'over punc
HEAL ESTATE J1EALEK,
iHASOiS'S GAIVG PlOW
THE UNDEItSIONED, HAVING PUK
ehased tho exclusive right from Vyra. Ma
son, for the District comprising tho counties uf
POLK and MARION, is manufacturing tbes
Celebrated Plows, and is ready to till orders fur
the sanlo on short notice. ; -
Come, Farmers, and encourage-
Webfoot Ingenuity & Enterprise
And enable yourselves to raise Large Crops. ,
For Sale at my Shop at IOO each
6 Dixie, Polk county. Ogti.
DRUG S TORE.
Northwest Corner Main aud SIlll Sta
The True Medical Doctrine.
icn letter says the surveyors have se
cured five maps of the topography of
A Mr. Bryant, m .-Marion county, the country back to the bane of the
the winter 3.700
lie has already
pounds of cheese,
sold 2,200 pounds.
Got. Woods, gays the Statesman,
has commissioned Thos, Mountain as
I'ort Warden at Portland, -vice Caj4ain
The latitude of Salem is 44 50' and
longtitude, west of Greenwich, 122a
48' 42". .
mountains. ' In . some instances, four
hundred feet up the mountains great
rjumtities of valuable timber logwood,
india-rubber and sugar cane, the finest
ever seen are found. No wild aui-
unili are met with aud but
Nature, when strajrjrlingj with disease, Indi
cates unmiietakeably the kicdof assistance he
requires. In cacs of nervous weakness and
general debility, the feeble pulse, the lack
Jutre eye, the attenuated J frame, the flaccid
mutclc., the melancholy visage, inform us as
sdaitilv ss if etch orcan hid a loncue, that a
meiiicnial itfttla h it itt&ht. It does not re-
u'tf the aid of a nwdi?il education to under-
stad this dumb prrat for new vigor, from an
exhaufiteJ rysUm. Evcrj reader of these lines
can comprehend it Just tm well as the gradu
ate t-t a physicians' collesf. Let not this de
mand of enfeebled nature be neglected. Re
spond to promptly r cominncing a erwirae of
HOSTETTEK'S STOMAbll HITTEUS, a
Spea'k 0.stlY. Of all the evils
prevalent among young men, we know
tf none more blighting in- tta'nioral ef
fect than to gpeak slightingly of the
virtue of women. Nor is there any
thing in which' young men are thor
oujirhly mitalicri than in the1 low esti-
vigorant," and an "alterative. Ik fore three
days have elapsed, from thb taking ot the first
dso, a marked bent Ticial dhange will be mani-
fi fl in the bodily and menial condition f the
mate they form of the' integrity women canW-Aru to oblige the Secretary
.V: "rQ" ; J ' V , preparation uaiting. iu their highest excell-
Y ashington special gays en. Butler 8 ence. the proptrtks of a f stimuUnt," an "in-
ram on newspaper men is likely to
prove interesting not only to correspondent-
but on the floor of the House
He has begun to louk afier Fartisworth patient The pule will lis stronger aadmoro
.tnd the Post Office Committee, in its
Boston and New York investigation, by
jteuding for the bill of expenses and
youthen. lie is also looking up own
0rn of Cuban bonds among members of
Congress, l esterday he sent the Ser-
rcgular, the ere will wginj
trcin, the muscular autfi
recover their Union, an
prove, INirsevcre, aud a
tion of the depressed animul and mental pow
ers is certain. I Io eaicsof
I" 1ST OF LETTERS REMAINING IN
J the Post Office at Dallas, Polk county,
Ogn., April 1st, 1870 : -
Adams, Rev Vm
Allen, John C
Berry, Mrs Catherine
Connor, Mrs Jane
Chiesm an, Peter F
Cavitt, Martha J
Dodson, F M
Ewtngs, Miss Mary E
Grant, Robt ...
Hubbard, Miss Aman
Helleuia, Mrs Mary """
Hubbard, Jno M 2
Uellems, Mrs W II
Helm, Mrs Mirarida
HarJison, Mrs Fan' J
Lowe, S J
Miller, B F . .
Parmenter, Miss Nel
Percival, Millard F
Stinson, Miss Martha
Shepard, Miss Eliza A
Shepherd, Wm E
Sanderson, II 2
Ward, Win M
Zuinwalt, C P
LEE, Deputy P. M.
not of their own sisters and mothers,
but of others who they forget are gome
body else's sisters and mothers. Asa
rule, no one, who surrenders to this de
bascing habit is to be trusted with any
enterprise requiring integrity of charao
ter. Plain words should be spaJien on
this point, for the evil is a general one
and deep rooted. If young men are
sometimes thrown into society of
thoughtless or lewd women, they have
no more right to measure other women
by what they see than they would have
to estimate the character of honest and
respectable citizens by the development
of crime in our police court. Let our
young men remember that their chief
happiness in life depends upon their
faith iu women. No worldly wisdom,
no misanthropic philosophy, no gener
alization can cover or weaken this fun
damental 1 truth, ft stands like the re
cord of God itself for it is nothing less
than this and should put an everlast
ing seal upon lips that were wont to
speak lighty of women.
Union advertise that they
beautiful musieal cantata named Qudcn Esther,
at Reed's Opera House In Salem, on Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday evenings next This The Knights of the Horny Hand
is tho rst piece of the kind that has yet been have been Utterly ignored by the I)cm
brought out in this State. We advise any of ocratic Convention. That devoted band
our reader yrho may be in Salem at that time of brothers "didn't get a snoot full," as
to go and aee it
1 . "I.,;.;
To Scbscbibers.-t-Es reason of the inclemi
ency of the weather and the muddy roads, we
bare not been ' able to canvass the county for
"subscriptions, but have sent papers to many
persons for the purpose of advertising our new
enterprise. If any there bs who do not want
the paper, and will inform nil of that fact, their
names will be promptly stricken from our lists,
and, on the other hand, If a new subscriber
gives us his namd and address we will gladly
fend him a paper.
Heard Fnoir. Mr. Waymfre has heard
from his sons and their families, who started
over the mountains for Tillamook. The eom
the phrase elegantly hath it; and their
leader, who almost alone has tilted
against the Mongolian host, has no re
ward for the dangers he has braved,
and is about to return, sans hope, sans
honors sans every thing. ' Tho sacrifice
is made land Col. Chapman has fallen.
Who will care for the poor, feeble,
A Nashville reporter rapturously
ask3, "What heart has not thrilled at
the silvery silence which succeeds' sweet
music, when- the delicate harmonies
that had ceased to vibrate on the ear
were repeated, and each share of melo
uious meaning translated to tne inner
A band-organ was the provoca-
ocnator wm. m. 'lwced s stable in
Fortieth street, Now York, is three
stories high, built of light stone, with
Mansard roof, cost 48,000 without the
tot, ana is equal in style to a nrst-ciass
Fifth avenue dwellinj;. Wiudow class
that c6st 0250 a pane adorns tho win
helpless American workiugman now ? dows, and rich Brussels carpets aro'on
the floor. Great
great is the profit.
is Tammany, and
of the Washington Sale Deposit Co., to
bring up:hi books and submit them to
his inspection at which private citi
zens having papers on deposit aregrcat
ly incensed. It is understood a rnovd
is about to be made on banks hero to
ascertain the deposits of newspaper men.
The Western linioh Telegraph Co. de
cided tliat llutler shall never enter
their oflGco again after the style of the
impeachment days without first testing
the, matter iu the courts.
Washington, March 27. The
Committee on Reconstruction still have
the Tennessee case before sthem. Sec
retary. of State Fletcher presented rea-
son3 why thq State should again be re
constructed.) i It is claimed by those
anxious and persistent for such action
that a Senator wa3 elected by fraud;
that the vote at the, election fras 9,300
more than nmo months previous. The
principal argument for reconstruction
at present is that tho State Government
is unable or unwilling to protect its
people from the Kuklux and maraud
MEMrnis, Iarch 25. A. . Curry,
Ilepublican candidate for Sheriff, is
elected by 123 majority. The Repub
licans also elected the collector and
clerk of the First Circuit Court.
NARiiyiLLE, March 2G. The elec
tion for the ratification of the new Con
stitution occurred to-day. Everything
passed off quietly. A heavy vote was
polled. Dispatches to the JJanner in
dicate the ratification by a decisive ma
jority, liut little opposition, was tnade
out of Fast Tennessee, and tae Conser
vatives claim for Tennessee the credit
of being the first State to adopt uni
versal suffrage, incorporating it into
tho organic law. , .
ioueness, the ttuia ?a!uUrf results
taincd. The eppttite'wil
ness of tho in disappear,
ing symptoms whuh acc
the stomach and liver, w
The col l of winter often iittcniiies these com
plaints by "cheeking thi ptppiratary actnn, by
wLiei so much mot bid
through ihe res iu tnilJq
ftrc the BITTERS are efiociAlly useful to tho
dyspeptic aud billtous at lliis season. X-4w
to lose Its dull ex-
nervous systems to
the spirits to Im-
dyspopjd and bill.
will be ob
revive, the sallow-
and all lhe distres-
mpnny disorders of
ill ramdlv subtitle.
r vcathfr, aud there-
...tn mm nit oi?T . I r T tw ct a hcti
JlJL formerly beloneiitj; to W. S. llobb, and
wishinjf to live and let live, I will sell at l"W
rates, FOR CASH, everything in my line: ,'
m wm '
And all kinds of PURE LTQUOItS,putup
expressly lor M-cdictual use.
PKRFUMKHIES Oi' A LL KINDS,
Cream Tartar, - .
buleralu, Sapo, .
' Varnisfcn, Jlrufegt
" . Washing PovJcrt,
And everything else that is kept in a FIRST
ChASS UlvlO STOlvfc..
I 11. F. XIciltI.S,HrugifisL
A Variety of CHAIRS, for Kltciieu aud
I'arior use, : j
Of my own mlfte.
li c i nc a r Wa y m i r c's M i 1 1 '
osepjuxe p. noVLE. guardian
of the luinor heirs kf J. W. Bole, de-
ecase-l, having filed her-potition in the County
Court of Polk couuty,,Staie of Oregon, fr the
salo. of tho following real estate belonging to
said ward., to-wit: Beginning at the N. W.
corner of the Donation liand claim of J. W.
Roylc, in T. 7.S., R. 5 V1, running, thence S.
l!.78 chains,! thence E. j33.58 chains, to the
W. line of tho land sold by J. V. Doyle to Dan
Chandler ; tuenco N. with Chandlers line, 33
58 chains, to Ihe place of! beginning, contain-
jng t. oosiovuus acres; is, luereunre, oraer.
ed, that the next of kin, and all persons inter
ested in the ,, real estate described m the fore
going petition, bo required to appear in the
County Court of Polk rlount-Vi on Saturday.
the tVtb day of April, ISiO, and show cause, if
any mere do, woy mo prayer- or sam peiuion
should not be granted: and it is further order
ed, that a copy of this order be published in
toe Ubegon liKPi bljoas tor three suocessivo
weeks prior to tho time of hearing said peti
tion. Done at Chambers, i March 1 Ith. 1 870.
INVITE TnE PUBLIC TO EXAMINE
. my stock. I shall bo pleased to show you
my good?, and better pleased when you buy.
New Work put up to order, and Repairing
done at the lowest cath price.
37 WIS. C WILLS.
DALLAS LIVERY FEED & SALE
J. L. COLLINS,
Cor Malu and Court Streets :
Thos. Gr Richmond. Proprietor
"AVINQ PURCHASED TnE ABOVE
Stand of Mr. A. H. Whitley, woTTave re
fitted and re stocked it in such a manner as
will satisfactorily meet every want of the com
munity. J i
Muggles, single or double, Harks. Con
cord Wagons, etc., etc..
Furnished at all. hours, day or night, on
i short notice. : . "
Superior Saddle Horses, let by .. the
i Uay or Heek.
Thaddcus Young Smith, of tho Mor
mon mission in Louisville, Ky., writes
to the Courier-Journal that the Saints
propose to resist the effort to abolish
pany hadgot aa far as the Eight Milo nouse polygamy andUhat thb Mormons "bid
when the snow storm caught them. Here the defiance to every crusido that originates
women were left While tho shoo pressod on over Jn th3 Corrupt court of Washington.
A polecat got out of his cage in New
York the other evening and satnpcred
up Broadway. A policeman, mistaking
.1 : . ' 1 i- 1 ' I
ino aniniai lor a Bfjuirrei, gave cnasq
and captured ; him. The M. 1. went
Rome and buried a nevr uniform worth
50, in tho yard,
short time since,
shot Victor Noir, a
in France, has been
In Elizabeth," N. J, a would-bd
CountV claiming to . bo Bismarck'p
cousin' has been arrested as a swindler.
( T. (J RICHMOND
FTinE ANNUAL ASSESSMENT LIST
J under the U. S. Internal Revenue Law,
for Division No. four, consisting of Polk, Ma
rion and Clackamas counties, in tho Dntriqt of
Oregon, will bo open lov public examination
and correction at ray office, in Salem, from tho
24th day of March to jthe,6ih day of April,
1370 where all personsj cl iting, deductions
ot abatement ot taxes, fuj consequenco of erro
neous assessment, must do o in "writing beibre
tho expiration of tliis ntilioe, as no deduction
will be allowed after tho listj is closed and turn
ed over to the Collector.
W ii.! A. K. M ELLEN.
U. S. Ass't. Ass'r., 4tbJ l)iv., Dist, of Ogn.
Salem, March 21, 1$70L: 4 2w
SASH AHD DOOR FACTORY)
.Corner Mill aud Main streets, Dallas
Rig$ & C'liuplicli
AVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
a lar.e variety ox ioorj ana
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
on .Saturday, the 2d day of Apri!, I will
give a p'ihlio examination for the benefit of
teachers, at the La Creolio Academy, at Dallas.
Ail persons desnins ; ceHiticates to teach in
tuts county re solicitiid to bo present. No
Charges for certificate obtained on that day.
I j 3. H. MVER, -Syp't,
Schools, Polk Co., Ojrn.
xauas, ciarcn to,
Sashes, of all ttio enimou tiucn, aui
the best workmanship, at their Sash and Door'
Factory, which they offer for sale as chean as
such articles can be purchased elsewhere. " ;
They are also prepared to fill all special orV
dcrs for work iu their liae protnptly, cheaply
auu ccurauuy. j.i
Give us a trial, and vou will bo satiniW.,
3 . RIGGS k CAMPDEt:
- woi saloon, , . ;
MAIN STIt EET, INHKPCNDIJNXE.
FINK WINKS, LIQUORS ANI) SEGARS
served to cifft4tner8 on short notice .
TKl tumt tk 1t tftllMt t A rn srt r j)3,.,vm a 1 -
foot or anything of that character. v
C'l t the Gcni, 1