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J&lii Oregon' Jltp'uhlitJcn.
COUriTY OFFIOIAL PlfEnT
DALLAS, SATURDAY, MAY 14.
The ''Workliigman Party." ?
... From the Orcgonian.
It is claimed by some Democrats that
, their puty U the ''wcrkingtuan's par
ty." One might suppose from the-im-jmrtunate
clack F small politicians
vwliosc. capacity is just about iequal to
such an idea, that the Democratic party
,etnbracGs most, of the workinsmoai of
.the country, and that the llepubliean
party .is hostile to all the interests,; cf
; labor. It is a; well established fact,
however, that the principal strength of
tho Republican party is and always has
been amonj the industrial classes, y In
the rural districts, in the thrifty por
tions of the North and Kast, in all
parts of the country where intelligent
and skillful laborJ abounds,' there the
llepubliean party, is very strong" and
carries all before it. Go, however, to
the great cities, to tho .hauuta ofj idle
vDCss and vice," to thetlcnse populations
who live in any way but by steady, hon
est labor, and there the Democratic par
ity has its chief strength ; there itcouots
on its greatest an i surest majorities.
Who does not know that this is true ?
According to the New York World
tf he Democratic party is great on voting
ignorant masses; it might have added
.that its party is- great tu voting idle
inasses, too. Democrats probably claim
to be a "workingnjn's party" because
sthcir political demagogues are so for
ward iq talking about the hardships of
labor, and in proposing various absurd
tund chimerical schemes for men tp live
jn violation of the first Jaw of their be
ing that Is without work. This is
about all they have to rest their claim
jpf being a "workiograan's party" upon
And this is too shallow a pretense to
catch the votes of intelligent working
men ; hence the Democratic party
throughout the cgun try finds itself con
,tinua!ly in a minority.
Singular Phenomenon. On Fri
day night last the ; residents of the
ixjrthem part of town witnessed a show,
er that was, at least, remarkable, and so
tar, has not been explained. It was
raining hard at tho time, with little or
no wind, when a peculiar substance was
discovered to be settling down with the
rum. In color and appearance, it re
sembled flower of sulphur, and some
who tasted it pronounced it to be that
Bubstance, but Mrs. O. J, Oarr showed
us that such was not the case: she
Collected a quantity which was floating
. on the water caught in a barret, and
- patting it on tho fire it burned without
yny oi tnc suipnar lumes. ims strange
shower continued for an hour or more.
and" fell in. such quantities as to be
plainly seen on sidewalks and floating
on all the standing water.. Some
of it fell as far up town as Marion
Square, where it was observed by Mrs
Cullow, but the heaviest was seen in
the neighborhood of Mr. J. E. Strong's.
Unfortunately, no attempt was made to
collect any oi the mysterious substance
..at first, but we hive a small quantity
that stood sometime on a water barrel,
and , if any one whb ean, will ascertain
the analysis, they are welcome to the
specimen. Such occurrences are by no
means unknown, but they are far from
being common in these parts. Stales-
man. - f
Taxation of ..Church Property,
The question 'as to whether the town
lots in a Uhnrch yard which arc not ac
tnally coverd by the Church buildings,
are liable to taxation, was argued be"-
fore Judge Upton, in chambers, yester
day, in the case of The First Raptis
Church of Portland vs. Albert Zeiber,
Sheriff of Multnomah ounty. The
law of this State says that houses of
worship and the lots on which 'they
stand, when used for religious purposes
only, are exrmpt from tnxatiou. The
enclosure in which' the Ilaptist Church
stands coniprises lour town lots, on one
of which the Church edifice stands
the Assessor assessed the oljhcr three
as liable to be taxed. The case above
mentioned was brought to restrain the
Sheriff - from collecting sueh'tax The
case is a new 6n2, the question having
never been raised before in this State,
and as most, if not all, the Churches in
this city owning lots which are used as
Church j yards, desired a test case for
all, this has excited considerable inter
est. Mr. C. C. Ball arpeared on be
Tialf of 1 the Baptist Church, and ex
Governor A. C. Gibba on the
part of the Sheriff After hearing
the . arguments of the counsel, ; the
Court ordered that the Sheriff be re
Btraincd until farther "orders a3, the
final decree of the Court cannot be
Kivcn until the regular term time. But
the question may be regarded as fin
v Oregon Democratic papers will never
ceaso bragging about "great gains" in
Connecticut, a State in which their
pjrty has elected the Governor by 732
majority, against 1,765 majority for the
same persons two years ago. The Port
land organ has- had something like n
dozen "leaders," moro or less, on this
promising ubject, and doubtless will
iurnish many more. . ' !
Persia tinS 4 called Old Krack
Economy is the easy chair of old
"A fat man's ticket was run at a re
cent t Iowa election,' but it got very lit
A ecu tlemnn asked a friend, in a
knowing injmucr, ''Pray, did you ever
sec a. pat-tish !" ''No,", wa3 the res
ponse, ' but I've seen a rope-walk."
A yankee editor remarks that he has
ately seen a.cpuple of sisters who had
to be told everything together, for they
could not be told apart.
A Western contemporary thinks
that women would not make good
statesmen, because the "question of
the ase" wouid always trouble them.
A XetpfiYorkj hotch reently startled
its guests by putting ,fm ice pie" in the
bill of fare:1';; Investigation proved that
miuee;pie was intended. v
Ike's last trick was to throw Mrs.
Partington's old gaiter into the alley,
and call the old lady down from the
third floor to see an ulligaitcr.
Josh Rillincs says: " Love is sed
tew bo blind; but 1 know lots of phcl-
lows in love who can see twice az moch
in their sweet-hearts az I kan."
The members of the Mississippi
Legislature are economical in one re
spect, at least, lliey have voted them
selves one dollar a year each for post
age. . .
Mis Barkalu, a real gorgeous belle
has been admitted to tho bar in St.
Louis. ; Now. Miss, you can Rark aul
want to at us he males. ' We ''knuckle
A contemporary thinks it was a bad
thins for Sheridan's Presidential as
pirations when he determined Jo de
fend tho'massacre of those "ten little
A wag, seeing a door nearly off its'
.hinges? in which condition it had been
some time observed that when it bad
fallen and killed, some one it would
prolahly,be hung. ; s ; '
A Western paper says : The young
people tf,w hq ? were .seen feeding each
other, dove fashion, over a gate post,
the other evening, had better be a lit
tlmorc cautious in the future. .
How the governess said grace : "For
what we are going to receive -elbows,
elbows! the Lord make us backs in
an! ' shoulders down truly thankful
and no chattering-
Fast Girl (to sporting gent) ;I gay,
Dick, the Colonel lias won the Grand
Nationalr by a neck. . You owe ine a
'pair of gloves.' Cent fI do.' What
Punch. '.vP'; U'-
SnoClcs'Xvas advised to get hU life in-
snrcd. 'Won't do it," said he ; l4it
would be just my luck to live forever
if I should." ,,:'.-'. .
Mrs Snooks niearly said: "Well, I
wouldn't my dear.'
A Salt Lake papef says the mi.sioni
arics returning from the East report
that the people do not care much to
hear about religion, but invariably ask
If there is "any chance to make mcncy
in Utah. -: "- ' :
. , The total number of paupers in the
'Metropolitan District, London," on the
7th day of February last, -was 1G7,S04,
against '157,911 for the same week in
18G7,? and, these numbers are exclusive
of lunatics in asylums and vagrants.'
A girl in Chester, Vt., died a few
days ao from tight - lacing. For sev
eral montlis previous to her death, this
poor victim had been obliged to sleep
with corsets on and lightened to the
lastjiotch, for the loosening give such
pain internally that she could not bear
An Arkansas landlord thus adver
tises his hotel in the ' local papers :
''And Joseph wept aloud, and ho ."said
unto his -.brethren' I am Joseph : doth
my rather yet live f And his breth
ren answered him : , You bet ; the, old
man is doing bully, for he boards at the
Cosmopolitan I ' 1
, s " - s, . ,i f- iI I , t
A student brought a suit against his
father, On account of some property left
by his mother .which he claimed.
'You. know-how much it has al
ready?cosfc me for your degree," said
his father. Well: I will give you a
hundred pistoles 'more, and you may
go to the devil !" .
II is son though t a minute ; then shak
ing his head,; "No!" said he; "I will
not go for.lesi than two hundred'"
Piiom JNIeasuuks. "I shall cane
you ? soundly' I siiiitho 'school master,
: "What lor ?" inquired 'the delinquent.-.
V'-i' v; :: ;:;:;.:iv?;v
-1 :', Foif;te jpg,rudo t K
; ASfou ought not to cano mo so sound
ly for that." . -
. ; "Because it's contrary to the table of
weignts ana measures.
"IIowW ' , r " :
, ffYou. wouldi be making one rood an
etcher " r . ,,(
' 4,Yoa can sit down ". . '' i
ly AUIEJftT & .D'PRAKCE'
, PORTL4ND, OREGON,
Ia the most thorough and com pic to Institution
of tho kind on tho Coogt. t . '
It ia designed by ita course of Btudj; and pracr
- . tie to place a ; .
BUSINES EDUCATION' WITHIN" THE
KEAC1I OF ALL. .
'v Every facility ia afforded for acquiring a
SOUND BUSINESS EDUCATION
In tii e shortest poe&l tiaie,"and at 1
T II E'i L K AST EX V EN S E .
Erery etudent will bav&an
Actual Kusincs Practice,
i , ..
.i: .: ". . A " "
X Miniature World of IJuslness,
TO WHICH HE IS INTRODUCED AFTER
harinjc completed tho Theory, and which
has tbe vC'ect or thoroughly familiar'uing him
with alt the minutao of real buiues. This
feature of tho Institution also afford ao ex
ctllunt practice in
Ahd furnishes abundant opportanitict Tr tet-
' ing the Student' knowkage oi
In conducting this actual praetice, co-part
ncrhins aro formed.. ami when the day of dis-
golutiod and settlement coined the uijact of
Is takn up and Investigated, ond the princi
ple pracucauy appua.
The roost thoroah tnstrucllon U atTorded in
Busineu Penmanablp j also, a courso in
: Phonogrn ply 9
B a cractical Short-Hand Reporter, for tle
Wne&t of those who wiU to raruo tbia use-
. i For circular,- giving full parttcelars, ad lrs
s ; LAUDFN DE FRANCE.
Let every one wbo wanti a Watch '": real
F.?p4clallj If In some remote,
'Now that the railroad is open, we propose to
give the residents if Oregon the opportunity of
getting single genuine WaUham Watches at
Lowest New Yrk Wholesale Price !
We sell more Waltbam Watches than any
other; establishment in: the country, either
wholesale or rct;il; , we send grett numbers to
every section of the country by Mail and Lx
ires. carefully peeked and in perfect running
uriur, uar pun n un; iou wnutr uu-n,
and Kt oBr advertisement j now, we want yon
flrt to write to us fur our Descriptive and Ilnis.
trated Pried List; we will send it. post paid, by
rtturh mail. It explains all the different kinds,
tells the weight and quality Of the cases, with
prices of each you then make a selection of
the kind vou irelen ana sena us your or.ier.
We will then send you the watch by Express,
with the bi to collect on delivtty. We give
instructions to the Express Company to allow
Vou to orenthe package and ex amino the
Watch: if it suits, vou can rov. and take it; if
not, yon are under no obligation, to receive it
and tf it is taken, and afterward does not prove
satisfactory, we will exchange it, or
i REFUND THE HONEY.
i At mn iniliralion nf the Price, w trill quote
mr Wntvh frotn oirtit. The V. S. H AUTI.ETT,
Lrrtr Jlfifrtmfnf, trith Extm Jeter!', Vhron'tme
ter Jfahinw. I'nttnt l'iui'Ht. i'utm! Ihmt Cop,
ami nil thr, other Ittte imurvctincut, t a Svlid
Vuin Sileer t'c, "'"u' ' ' i
$28 in Groeabacks, er atotit 620 In Coin.
sill the other kinds, both gold and silver, in
'thd sntno rroiortin." Do not order a Watch
till you have cent for n Prsce ' List, as it con-
tiiias a great deal of information regarding
these watches that Will enable you to mko an
intelligont selection.' Don't forget, whenf you
write, to state tbt you saw thU advertisetnent
iii tuo VouK ucuntv Timcs, ami you neeu not
Put in stamrs for return postage. Address in
full,. . ..,
Howaril &. Co.,
Jewelers and Silversmiths,1
.i i 619 Broadway, New York.
Wc refer, bv permission, to
Messrs. Wells. Ftinro & Co.; Hf. Y. and Ban
' Francisco. ' ' ' . '
I. W, Raymond, Est-r T. R. Butler, Esq., B. C.
Howard, Esq., Baa Francisco. ; ;
W. S. Hobart, Esq., Virginia City, Nevada.
' " " 28 ' .
SASH AND DOOR FACTORY,
7 .' . . -t . t . . ' j - . J .
it: li; . ' " -
Comer Mill and At alu streets, Dallas.
, Jaliggs & Campbell
TT AVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Sashes, of all the common siaes, and o(AJLJL
the best workmanship," at "their Sash and Door
Factory, which they offer for sale as cheap as
such articles can be purchased eisewnere.
They are also prepared to fill all .special or
ders for work in their line promptly, cheaply
V diva us a trial, and you wllLbe satisfied.
, 2 : ; . RIOGS A CAMPBELL.
tTA AITERS! -1 DO YOU WANT SOME
T fine Cloth Gaiters? if io supply your-
selves at J, II e.
COX & EARHAKT,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCERS
KlOOn&'S DLOCS, JSALELl.
Goods by the Package at Reduced It ate
tnym-atr , ;
Unarwootl ISarkcr & Co,
Commercial . street, siajem. Oregon,
MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS OF WAG
ONS after tbo most approved ty!es and
the beet of workmanship, on short notice, and
AT POHTLAND PHICI3SI ,
21 -tf ,
Statu uU (opposite the Court House), Dallas,
MANUFACTURER-- AND DEALER IN
Harness, Saddles, Bridies, Whips, Collars,
Cheek Lines, etc, etc, of all kinds, which be is
prepared to ttU at the lowest living rates.
Jiir RE PAIRING done on short notice. '
N. H A A S,
. DEALER IN : , ,
State Street, Salem, Oregon,
Two doors from Express office.
UST RECEIVED. A GOOD STOCK OF
French Kip and Calf Skins, California Kip
and Calf Skins, and California, Solo Leather,
which I otfer for sale cheap.
FUELS! rilRSJ! FUR8!!S
Thee highest price ia cash paid for Furs and
WHAT u o
, LL PERSOXS' INDEBTED TO TnE
2 nnderiered wi?l please call and fettle im
mediately, and thereby isive cost to tbetuselr'c
and expense to cie. - i
Dallas, Ogn., Jun. Stji, 1S70.
TO THE WORKIXn CUSS.Weare now
rrefared to fumich atl cbtsscs with constant
rmpbvTOent at home, tho whole of the time or
for tbe spare momenU. Iiuiness new, ngnt
and proStitMe. iVrsops of cither sex easilj
arn frwm &0e. to $5 per evening, and a propr
tional sum by devoting their wbIe time to tne
buinss. Boya and girls earn nearly as mach
as men. That all who see tbi notice may send
their address and tct the bnincss, we make
this on paralleled offer J To snch a r not wel.
satisfied, we will ud $1 to pay for the trouble
if writing. Full particulars, a valuable sam
ple, which will do to commence work on, and a
. - ..' i
COPT OI inn 1 eciiMi uiiiri vvniviuiuu
obo of the large! and; H. family. newspapers
uublbbed all tent free by mail. 'Reader, U
you want permanent, .pronianre worn, ri urt-5
E. C. ALLEN & CO,, Avoista, Maijte. 30
milK PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
L existing between 8. Mitchell A M. Rosen
dorf, nndr the firm name of Mitchell A Rosen-
dorf, is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
All accounts agamt the late firm will be set
tled by S. Mitchell.
Either of the above parties will receipt for
any monies duo to the firm.
Indcpendance, March S3, 1870. ; 4tf
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS I
OF KVKIir VA1UKTY,
AT . IS. SYai,ES' STOitK!
Dallass, Jan. 29.-3S-4t. ;
Willamette Iron Works Company
NORTH FRONT AHD E STREETS, :
I ROTJ FOUNDERS,
- ,; . AND
milESE WORKS ARE LOCATED ON THE
JL bank of toe river, ono block north or
Couch's Wharf, and havo facilities tor turning
out machinery promptly and efficiently.
. We have secured the services of Mr. John
Nation, as Director of the Works, whose expe
rience on this Coast for sixteen years gives him
a thorough knowledge of the various kinds of
machinery required! lor mining and muling
purposes. ; i
We are prepared to execute orders for al
classes of Machinery and Boiler Work, such as
MINING AND STEAMBOAT MACHINERY
SAW and FLOURING MILLS,
QUARTZ MILLS, MINING PUMPS,
' JAc, j'Ac, Ae.
Manufacture and 'Repair Machinery of al
.kinds.' i ' . ,
Iron Shutter Work at Pan, Francisco
Cost and Freights .
Wheeler A Randall V Patent Grinder and
Dunbar's Self-adjusting Patent Piston Packing
Stevens' , s : " " ... .
Either applied to old or new steam cylinders.
Quartz Stampers, Shoes and Dies,
v Of tho best hard iron.1 ' 1
QUEENSWARE IN ABUNDANCE
'At . , J. II.; LEWI'S.
-imTELCirS PREMIUM SALMON BEST
in market in Kits or barrels.
For sale at COX A EARIIART'S, '
'"' . ... , . Salem,. '
: jSrltjon wish the very best Cabiset Pho
tographs, you. most call on BRADLEY A
RULOFSON, 429 Montgomery street, San
ScnOFCLA'ia a taint or infectio In the hu
man organism which weakens the vital forces,
and disorders or disarranges the functions of
the whole system. This taint or infection is
most usually hereditary in the constitution, but
it may also arise from "habits of life, unwhole
some food, etc. In time, if this disease does
not show itself in an ulcerous or tubercular
form, it induces those other diseases, such as
consumption, ulcerations of Jtbo liver, stomach
1 1 . A . R. , Tin l.nt
.... .:.. si w.iuor'a '
rciucujf ever jKy uucuvcuu -...
Yeoetablb-Vijiegab BiTTEits." It will cure
the disease if not too far advanced, and will
eradicate the cause. ' 1
WORIW OF V,
For Yot'sa Mex,
On the Ruling
Youth and Early
SELF HELP for the Erring
and Unfortunate. Sent in
sealed letter envel
ones, free -of charge. Addnt
ciATJos, Box P, Philadelphia, Pa.
of the Age
Taken Internally, it Cures
jyynentery, Cholera, iJinrrfura,
Vrnntp ami Pain in the Stmarh, y
JJuwel Complaint, Painter' Coli, -Liver
Complaint, J)y'iiepiat liiJgction
&ore 1 hroat, kuddAn Void;
Cough, (VC. f'c.
Boil, Felon, Ctit Jtmie
Jlnrnt, Xcahl; Old
Pain in the Faee,
Sore, Sprain, Toothache
Neuralgia, JthenmalimA, Froted Feet,
rc, A t., A c,
street, cor Alder,
Nos. 102, 101, 103 Front
THOMAS RYAN, - - (PROPRIETOR.
(Formerly of the Wba Cheer House.)
HAYING OPENED THE ATJOYE HOUSE
the proprietor wishes jto announce to the
publie that he is now prepared to accommodate
guest in a satisfactory manner at the most
reasonable rates. 1
The entire house has teen newly finished
and furnUhed throughout In the most complete
and comftiatable manner.
Baggage taken to and from the house free of
DAHK EXCHAH3E SALODff,
Main street, : . : : Dallas, Ogn.
IiriNES. LIQUORS. POUTER, ALE
If Litters, Cigars, Caodis, Uy sters.i -ft h-4
and Sardines will be served to eentler"3-
tuen on toe ouuiae oi (oe puiaer, ny a rcbuo
man who has an eve to "bU on the inside. I
So eotne along, buys; make no delay, and
we will soon bear what yofu have to say.
C. B. SMILES'
... ... . v.: ! - ' ; :
Jfaln street, Opioslte Court House,
AM NOW PREPARED TO OFFER A
large asortmont of chofetT .
. FRUITS, ,
YANKEE NOTIONS, Etc., Etc.
Also, a Oeneral Assortment of i
HOOTS, SHOliS AND CJAlTlSHSi
I design to keep onlyithe CHOICEST and
BEST articles and sell thleia at a Small Trofit
81V MOTTO. Q,uitk sales and soyai
. ,,v.-.:. and . .;;
The Largest Stock and the Oldest Fur
niture House In Portland
WAREROOMS AND FACTORY:;
CORNER SALMON AND FIRST STREETS,
" -. ..... 19-M"
LUMBER ! !
111.000 Feet of Lumber
AT TlLLOTSOri S MILL
A good assortment at the Mill Yard ; or Or
JUDGE COLLINS, it Dallas, is my author
ised Agent to sell said lumber and to collect all
bills due me for lumber. . Put in your orders
soon, if you want a good lot of Lumber at
"80 Per Thousand,
On the Yard
Feb. 12-no41tf. .
GOODS SOLD FOR
Cash or Marketable Produce at -
. J. II. LEWIS'S
ERPOOL Salt, in
ISLAND AND L TV-
quantities to suit, at
COX A EARIIART'S Salem,
t?v ThT.T'ft FLUID EXTRACI iiU
CHUUpleaiant in taste Md odor, ft ;
from all injurious properties, and. immediate
in its action. ' - -
w p t tt n n t n fl EXTRACT BUC1IU
j g uunuvuv u , ; anA
gives health and vigor to the frames ana
bloom to the pallid cheek. Debility is accom-
panied by many alarming symptoms, n
treatment is submitted to, cousuiuy,
ity or epeleptic fits ensue. . Z 1
IOTL NON-RETENTION, OK wwftii-.
1 NENCE of Urine, irritation, inflaroation
or ulceration of the bladder or kidneys, diseases
nf the r.rostrate irlands. stone in the bladder
calculus eravel or brickdust deposits, and al.
the diseases .of the bladder, aianeys mu urvp-
sieal swellings '
USE nELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT
ENFEBLED AND DELICATE CONSTI
TUTIONS of both sexes, use Helmbold's
EXlract Buchu. It will eiye brisk and ener
getic feeling, and enable you to sleep well.
rrUKE NO MORE UNPLEASANT OR
unsafe remedies for unpleasant and dan
gerous diseases. Use Helmbold's Extractllu
chu and Improved Rose Wash. '
THE GLORY OF MAN IS STRENGT- .
Therefore the uervous and debilitated
should immediately use Helmbold's Extrhct
Uuvhu. ' "' " V ' '
ANIIOOD AND YOUTHFUL YIGuR.
are regained by Helmbold's Extract Bu-
IIATTERED CONSTITUTION RESTOR
ED by Helmbold's Extract Buchu. .
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU AND
improved Rose Wash cure secret and del
icate disorders, in all their stages, at little ex .
pense. little or no change in diet, no inconven
ience and no exposure. It is pleasant in taste
and odor, immediate in its action and free from
all Injurious properties "
HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTgACT BUCnU
Is a ecrtain cure for diseases of the i
BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAYEL, DROPSY,
ORGANIC WEAKNESS, FEMALE
' CQMPLA1NTS, GENERAL.
And all the diseases of tho
" URINARY ORGANS, V
Whether existing in
".'-y. v f MALE OR FEMALE, V r
. From whatever cause originating, and n
nOW LONG STANDING. . .
Diseases of these organs require the use of a
diuretic. If no treatment is submitted to, Con
sumption or Insanity may endue. Odr flesh
and blood are supported from these sources,
and the ..' - v. -, j. ',., .' ''
TIT3AT.TTT AND HAPPINESS.
and that of Posterity, depend ujon prompt use
of a reliable remedy.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
Established upwards of 13 years, prepared by
H. T. HELMBOLD.
No. 584 Broadway New York,
No. 104 South Tenth st., Philadelphia, Peon.
Price, II 25 per bottte,pr six bottles for $6 50
i a . -j.i .'
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EYEPyYWHER E