Oregon Republican. (Dallas, Or.) 1870-1872, June 11, 1870, Image 2

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' s COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
DALLAS, SATURDAY, JUNE Hi
Forgive Them Lord,- They iiuow Kot
What Th4' Do." j
The election is? over, and die exult
aut cry of victory comes thuIerfug up
JiYpin the Democratic hosts ; hut even
"tills, though evidently ample to satisfy
the demands of the Republican ear, is
uotsuiSeHJOt-For the Democratic The
loud voice of large deposits jf confined
gunpowder has therefore been united
with' the Vociferous, yell. ' The loud
clamor ,b heard abovethe hhs ofRe
publicans, the wail of the sea. breeze
ana the death rattle of our mountain
torrents. Democrats sayj they ,have
carried county and Sta(e j suppose they
MYPrrrJ?CU this, exultation! an empty
JtriVute to victory, ox ';' do they rejoice
because something of importance has
been accomplished by- it? If it be
' true1, bow ? ' In what way or manner
are jhe Democratic voters who thus re
joice lbej'benefitted.'by "it?, Are the
co an
mty officers they have elected
CO
pJniRcs hanOMi, if they Tiad beieii
elected They have1 not claimed that
any of the officers ?of our 'county ' were
t o well paid, while1 we have. They
nSadenopi6'hiiC to'reduce the pay of
county officers, - but we did. i Is there
Anything to judicate that the necessary
county expenses, building aod repair
inbridgesJarrying: on the ' co'uy.
busiuess &c. is going to be; any 7m
linger a Deiuocratie than a Republican
administration, unless we presume that
Democratic administration will neg-
lect ts duty to the whole people of the
county ? Wc. think , not. How then,
nnlftss the Democratic County Court rc
fusii Joiilfylllli' tax necessary Zto pay
tjje Koneist debts of the county, are, the
Democratic masses of the -county to
avoid being tared heavily as they
- hjire'been under Republican rule. r
T-go beyond the county, to;- the.
State, what have they accomplished by
ejecting their-candidatcs ? The argil
T;cat,that applies to the county applies
t Hie State; and there Is nothing to
indicate thai the taxes of the people
mil be reduced nor their area $f free
doca be enlarged-by a Democratic. vie
tory,ut tbe contrary. . , t . '' 'j:
To gd' beyond" the' State to the'na-"
tWiiPie ' grfurteenfh and) .Fifteenth'
trhmities and , the general irule the tx
ctplibnsl endolreed'the princijples 'estabX
llshcd; by. (hem.- Whati then,; could
the' l)eniocratid. 'Congress nj an' f rora this
State expect1 to accpmplish in; the na
tfon against the Constitution of ; the
lThited"8tatcs and both national par
ties ty.t About as, m uch .ja the Pope's :
bull against the comet--nothiog. ,
So far as the railroad and other inw
terests, in which - the people of this
Staeare , directly interested; areicorl-;
oeroed. it is evident that the election of
Slater tinresult In '-damage, M any
thing, beoftUsehe would go to Congress to
act with a minority therer inimical to
national aid to internal improvements,
unless like Jo. Smith -he disregards
the obligations of J'party Xft make, a
long matter short, if ; we regard the
bltt i interests bf th e pcople;-1 of 5 t b is
State, these sonorous Democrats, .while
they are rejoicing over a Democratic
victory (unless they are tijistaken as to
Hhj?UV party,' hag pp'led a majority of
Titf i)afe really celebrating a calamity to
them aid 0 .'iQtit we wiH" not roph
&l gnfaw mn hope fbrjbebesV 1 1 '?
We may be heaten, but we are not
Jrath, Jjotyjh . cjrmhed to earth, wilt iie
. again, ..i,. 5 v ;v, dri-; "5 -
The eternal year ofj God are ben, ' . .
While erroJ wounded writhe in' pain," ' '
4 d falling, dies amid hit worshippers."
W&Qtv&p M Republican State
Centra) Committeeihld.a rnceting Jat
week; and decided that it is not !CXpe
4ient tCfcalf a State Con ventfod -previ
ous to thu election of the local officers
in Augu comm. ivtee wa appomi
ed to prepare an address to thejRepub
Jicaus '.(.! i the , Sta tp, -i impressing upon
.(hem necessity and ; impbTtarJce, of
ptQiopi ; aud thorough ofgahiaatiaq in
every county, and stating in plain and
explicit language what are the rights
ana duties of colored voters under the
fifteenth Amendment," eb that this
tslass tuay bo prepared to act and voto
luiciueqiyr.
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Amendments have become parts of the
Constitution y and both' parties have, if
we "allow - the'rotf Jto 'control the ex
The JLetslature .
AU is speculation on the political
complexion "of the Lecislatum this
yreek, and we can give no accurate Og
ures. As far'Jas Jieard from,!toe foN
The Republican holdovers are Douglas,
Coos and CJurry, 2 Washington, Co
Clackamas 1 , total, 9. Tho counties
that,have elected Democratic Senators
areLaneyl "; Bakerri 1 fLiun, k 2 ;
Um.!vtilia,j and jGf rant, :l, vTliAlMld-
overs are Joseph i'ue? 1 j Lane, 1 ; Polk
l.v Multnomah' 1? Unibn hWasco 1:
1" 1 Kfi "' "'it 5 '"ti'-nrit i .
total,3 12s The Teport is that Jfay3as
ueen ueieaica iu tiacKsou, ouc uss com-j
petitor i is a Democrat, and in cither
event ' the Democrats : will s have, 13 in
the Senate and a majority of four.
The'Republieaus elect1 5 Represent
atives in Marion county, 1 in Coos and
Currv. 2 in Benton, 2 ln Yamhill. 2 in
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and,Tillamook,4 in Multnomah, and 3
in Clackamas 20 in all. . The Demo-
erats have elected in Josephine 1, Jack-
2, Baker and Union 3, and Umatilla 2;
totatSi15 Douglas 3 ani brant 2.'are
ilmihtfhl nnd htifh nartip inlaini thpm I
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At any rate,1 we
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r. Tk...1- .l.w : I
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iimsi carry; V4 ram, iuu-iaa bhu asco
in order to get a majority on a joint
billofcWUU thole counties the Re
puhlin i streugChltould' be '? fe6. 4na
Democratic 8& T" c The-1 Democrats al
ready claim. Douglas ; by !S5 majority.
This count is, doubtless, on the State
ticket; and hence wS reckon that coun-
ty doubtful; Wasco is reported Dcm
i 2i- ?t .1
uurauu uy Maii,i?Jrj. out uiq re-
turns.:, irora ucnoco precinct : naa not
been '"received at tbe Dalles. iThat
vote may, throw the county to the Ke
publicans. . -p- ..i;-'-
The Senate stands : Republican, Dj
cmocralic, 13. 1
'Thellouse : Itcu1Jicau '20; I)em
oeratic; 20 j Doubtful, .7.
j Total vote on 5 jot n t bal lot, CO nec-
essary to a choice. 35. , , ,
After a fcotf'c&tcsic& " caavasa, the
election has taken place, and we aro
in this county defeated .from 4 tho bo
ginning to the end. -
Som,e Republicans, are disposed to
complain of unfair treatment on the
part of our opponent; 5 btt whatever
mjl&:m
do not propose,- at this time,ito say any
thing abont them, save, perhaps, that
there were Republican votes rejected,
in all parts of the county, that should
have been counted r -.fiiSi
Rut of Republicans wo do think we
I'.wl .,; -V s t
nave a legitimate rignt 10 complain.
We have hea'rd 'of fifteen or twenty
tobn nVifntfil ihAtnuolvoa frnm flio Tinl la
re .t j " V
If those- men had stood up to the work
f - 4 - . , ; . 4 ; ; V
iikc men, wc iui'tiil iiavu eiuciuu a. iri
of our ticket. "If" they did .not like the
nominations, or the platform of. princi-
pies' adopted by their party, it would
have bceri much:5 bfctter if they, had
come on t and! voted ' with ithe-Demb-
crats. Of all persons to be looked upon
with distrust it is these neutral persons,
who have no steadfast opinions! ' ,
Daily Mail. Svvcry one on ;the
west side of the river, is. interested in
wz uuj ,uail) uu a jb wu uve
uccii uuuuic u emu wiiu una li'JV lue
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eolWkcXtal& b
and intends to gi ve us a daily mail ser-
vice. : uu lowen.oiu pui in was y
u it -um., wul urtu mu: ""
counts this man could I not be found,
aud;itis probableUhat tbebid iswliat
js terme stra bj
out w oe in??gse, ine next. lowest 01a
will be accepted. In that case we will
nave. ;tne service. 11, noweverwe w
chiseled out of our rights, we,: of the
Wl'flh? !!,v5n! ni..i.0-i Jcfy
good humor. 1 .
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..In 4he rfirst five days of -Mayaborit
''j:oFjjwnuus,wci uiaut to vue
proper government omce at iNew York
cilJ?? B,TVi' -of15ciai' Ottoibete
and signal letters ,tp rucrchao vessels-
indicating a very satisfactory start iq
ujo gruwui-ui moimeppanracrcan.
tilo marines. . v .-'lis
. 1 E
4owio counties' have elected Republi'i
can Senators:? Benton Al ; YainhiH;
1 f,Iarion 2 aLdMultnomahr IV The
ucwu rj llf should they not desire to have it com
think, however, that the Department at liable; convenient, plea8ant--perhaps
Washington have acted in good , iaith, iQ obcav rcmindinz them of the
! " ..' Vote. of Polk, County ',. ".; '
h Below wa giva the ofTicial record.of
tue, work ;done by the voters of Polk
county on Monday lastt We wouli
imichl preferred to havVliad it otherV
wise, Ibut kve might jst as' wellitalk
plain Kngligh and eay we were beaten.
in the language oi a nepuDiican menu,
the "invisible votes" was $oo much for
us :
IW'TS.
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C050RES8.
J. H. Slater. D,...n... .,..... 670
pi
J. O. Wilson, 11.............. now
l: f; a rovef, D m
62
J. Pal
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mer, it -509
SECKKTAIlT OV 8TATK.:
&W Chft'twifk, ;D.. l.flWJ
jft8.'Eikin, U......... 60S
4S
, .. ..." .1 TRKAhURBn. - , , ;1
L..FleSschncr, D...1..... ......... .......653
M.lirricbiR........ .59S
; BT ATE PRJXTER. s
T.TiiCterson. d;.....:;..V.'. ...... ."....:..6.,i9
.H;. It. Kinbald, R...... -.605
iflii f " l DISTRICT J CPA K. ' ' ': " v
55
54
B. F. Bonhara. D ....645
44
It. P. Bi?e, B.;..ww -601
v t. Hnti t 5S
67
J. c. Powell, It... ;..486
, rktresejitativbs. . s. ' j,
R;J!Irant, D;X!.'.!I!;l!!!!!!!'.""!".l!.6i5
30
49
45
Jewo8iump.lt , .86
??aw!y' R ...... -579
ti t ". - a 1
dunii iujvTB, ir. ........ wu,
T. Perce, R....,...M..' 583
13
. rnvuiiamvcii.
i
j K Delabtndtt. D .........616
32
51
Win. Jones, D 622
EJ. Pel h ran tt, K. ........ .....J. 5S4
I. ZumwttlL H... 57 1
S.' Buch, iD.........:..........i..... 640
T. Jeffries, It .573
67
D. ITolra. 655
43
R. 8. Crrntal. lt.. 6S2
TREASURER.
R. M. Mny, D ,..6l
Wm. Howe. U-........;... L..27
6
60
6
8tHT.or cVooi.a.
t. fvinevar.i. d
53
W. W. Beach, R
ASSESSOR.
Wo RMgeway, D... , ........635
69
V. Vorptr, R aeo
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A. P. BiitIr. T. : 627
47
W. C. W bUoo, U.... ......'580
CORONRR. "
Dr. DarWfoo. D.......i 620
pr, Uttdon, R .570
Farm RetideueeW
Th period has arrived wheo oar
farmers, if they do' not intend to be be
hind the times, must pay Attention to
the ornamenting and making, pleasant
the grounds about, their rrsidtnee.
The time has gone by when the back
parta of houses aro to be fully exposed
to tlie road; the .stable In front of the
dwelling, thojhog pen near -by t all
kinds oi .wok
en .waTOns, plows. logs,
weeds, chips, oshheaps,i old clothing
and worn out tin ware, can properly be
seen' about the yard and house without
drawing observation and causing re
marts, oucn scenes arc qui. coiuiowu
now. oteaaiiy nas improvement gone-
r . - '1 a. . .
forward, and numerous farms hav now
comfortable houses,- neat '" outhouses,
well cared fur yards and gardens, and
wr"-w. - -f . , m , '
arc beautiful and desirable homes. We
like to see these improvements. They
ihow that the occupants are attached
to tho soil, giod citizens, thrifty farm
ers, andj that the girls and boys have
taste and intelligence and iare traveling
in the 'right path. No man and no
woman' especially, can pass a family
residence in the country without judg
ing from its, appearance of the charac
ter of the occupants. 1 in l;'x
"' We have said that great improve
ment is manifest in country homes,
Tl i is certainlv Urue. ;Th-'women
' .t r
wft nnnrfihpnd. nr thrt ransfl of mnstot
it. Confined much at home-why
h0Dje they left to commence the new
duties of life ? Nature has" planted in
the female heart 'a taste for tho cure
aid beautiful, in art and nature-There
never was a female child that did not
is not a femaie 0f
true taste id more advanced years, that
does not loveitKem.: Shof will Teel a
pferj ahdpride .In riiomo .. improve,
TZ!i??lnJi: IaL"-- ;4 : kMn:r..t
shrubbory.t -Oftentimeaiunder tlbcour
azins. circumstances she1 makes ri?rea-f
I ftht tn havrf aII 1 thpsft mittora iri"hr
der iv and is ;xjofc every Instance as.'
gistcd by,thosej who really, ought to
have as. much interest ia these improve-
tucnts as herself. We will refer to this
gubjcct again. Wtllamette-Farmer, r
- : ;.,,.)?..
I j he "Uecreative ltoostora ' 19 the
nomo of a london Club, .H .11
Fable of the Xawyer : and Farmer I -lufttrated,
'
j ;Two years ago, the latv being the
same in the matter as now, it-was clear
to he County Clerk that, in canvappiog
th vote,'o( the county, it was his 4uty
tohcount tV tiej votes rejected by; the
judges ""of election "J and so ho "did
making a difference oi-eight votes in
favor of the Democracy. Tins was
done after thorough f investigation yof
!he"4law6laborate- afsrument? ut)on it"
and against the solemn protest of the
Republicans.
Last Thursday it' became the duty
of the same Democratic Clerk to de
cide this fame question again. ; The
niind of the dork seemed to be clouded
with doubt this; time; ; "Our,, ox had
been gored ; "if and if," said the
Clerk. : , ,. .r.i'i; r: '.
' The arguments of Republicans sub
mitted two years ago in respect to the
question, were now examined carefully
and found to be clear and conclusive,
and entirely aufficicnt"to convince the
Clerk of his error two years ago.
The mind of the Clerk becomes
clear again, and he ''resolves to do right
this time, though the heavens fall j''
and to "correct the error of his ways'
This time,, ihercfore, he "counts out'
tho rejected votes, making a di0erence
of some twelve votes in favor: of De
mocracy , and against usJ Mr. Clerk,
"we see this matter might have been
decided without an if," if you , had
been as-ready to do justice to others as
to exact it -from thcirU and within the
next two years you will awaken to the
force of this Republican argument.
It is said that there' is not a bitter
without its corresponding sweet. We
arc glad that such is the f;ict. It ap
pcirs'uow that the. Republican party is
defeated throughout the State. Rut
with .this defeat cornea the pleasant
consciousness that we shall, for the
next " four ytars, Iic under a while
ma:s gcverucuent, have high Wigs ?c r
our r work, tax, Uhioaiuen out of the
country, and be exempt ourselves from
taxation. t
OfJA V"CS UOOW KAMI ItK AMI
f ' frinini; land, on ' Lm-kl-fintitc: I
aert-w ia grain (5 ir ; planti'-d-witb wbittt r,
gimd orrbard -bearing, and good range ft-r
Trie $1, ICO, bieladinc crop, if iiJ before
Uarttt.!-y f---.i '
..-Injvir of ? - :-h . "
5 :t IliiNcll Ferry,
Real Etato Agent, Portland; Ogn., or of
' 5 "; f ? : " r'r ;!" ' DU M. "C. O.M LT. : .
15 tf ' E ; ' Dallas Ogn.
NOTICE.
Y VIRTU K OP AN OHDETt OP TIIK
Couoir TourtV of i'olk 'pouiity, Orfson,
made'at chambers on tbe lih day f April, A.
I. ISiU, tne uniiersigned guard tan of tbe rai
nor be'tr of J. W. Boyle, dercastd, will flVr
for ale at public auction, at the Cert lione
dKr in said eoUnty, on Satnrday, the 9th d,v
of JulyA. D. between '-the bftnr of 9
o'clock A.' M. ad 4 o'clock IVM.'uf fail day.
tbe . following real estate belonging to paid
Wards to-wit: Beginnifts at th N. W. earner
of tbe donation bind claim of J. W. Boyle, in
Township 4, S. K; 6-wcst! running thence
outb 1S.78 chaina; thenco east 3.1. 38 cbait.
to the West line of the land w!d by J. I. Iyle
tt Don Chandler : thenee north with Chsid
ler'a line 18.78chaias : th-nce weft ;3:f8
chains to the daee of beginning ; cou tain ing J
63 v8 acres, more or less, situated in Polk Co.
Oregoa. '.V. Ur- '
Term of sale are IT. 8. gold coin, paid in
hand at tbs time of, sale. ... '',.,
JOSEI'IIIKE V. BOYLE,
4. '
15 4i
Ouardian.
IVotice to reili(or8.
s
TUB ITNDERSIONKD HAVtXcl BERN
appointed by the County Court of Polk
oounty, Oregon, Administratrix of the estate
of ,ll.:Wlling,'doeeAcd, all persons, hating
claims against aid estate are .hereby notified
to - present1 tho ; same to bcr, at ber residence,
near Lincoln, in said county, within six months
from ibis date. ELIZA Ai WALLISO,
Administratrix.' I
. June 11th, 1870. 15-4w
Final ettletiiciit.
M. CniTRrillLL,' ADMINISTRATOR
? i of tho estate f J. M. Rone, deceased,
having filed his final account aud asked for
final settlement of tbe fame, It is ordered by
the Court that Tuesday, July 5th, 1870, be set
for the final bearing of said accounts ; and all
persons interested therein are . required to ap
pear in tbe County Court of Polk county, Ore
goa,' on that day,' and file their objections to
the saraA'if anjr ther boJ ,u ?
,tt; h COLLINS. Co Judge. s
Ksjs Fina 1 j Sett I e men t. 5 u
SQL. .TEIII ERO AD M I N 1ST R AT OR
of the estate of Bennet Croiley, - decoas
td, baring filed his final account and asked for
a settlement of the same, it . is 'ordered tho
Court that. Tuesday, tha 5th day of July, 1870,
be set for the final hearing of said account ;
and aU persona interested in said estate aro
requosfedi to appear in tho' County Court of
Polk county, Ogn., t that day, and show
cquse, if any there be, why said aoeouut should
Dot be aitowea ana jcttjed, and , said Rdmtnis
diwhard. t.'t. . nni:T.fvs
- ; v' Co.4udgtv !
NEW Ah VEli TISEtiES TS. r
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.Mothers, Vyis Found It!
TJ10R YEARS I IIAVB SlURCltED FpR
sl remedy that wilt , CUIlfi your cbildreo
by retaoying thcr CAUSE, and at latl can ay
f'Eorca." THY IT ; ; f i
r n n nil t mi1 m m p at m .:
lAiI Ui Lil I I I V t U Uli U j AL
Thia i a pleasant antari l, and n large doses
laxative; in giuall doge?, an astringent medi
cine; exceedingly useful in allbou&l aflcetionB,
esjjecitilly of children. It is a' safe, certain
aftyl elTuctunl remedy for Cbolk , Diarrhtca,
CfcKpra Morbun, Suunnt-r Complaint, (Jriping
Pain, Four .Stomach, Costivones,( Wind, on the
Stomach, Crying and Fretting of jCbHdrea. In
Teeth io, there v ia nothing that equal it. It
eotepa Ui9.0uui8,.and rcndcra.-Tjretbingasy.
' It 'is' no liujutnig .medjeine, got up to Bell,
but a really valuable preparation havingbeen'
in use for several years" it reconimendi itkclf.
V Do jiot feive your ebildren 'tM' 'dotbing
syrupf," tor they stupify withou
t , dying any
permanent jsjood.
.i'reparedby. j U
W , WA TB It IIO USE,
MONMOUTH OR E(3
For Salo by Iniggil.''Tbe' fjrade upplied
on rcnscruibjo termn. Jlundrdi of Testimo
nials ca bo yiven if neceugarv. !
13 tf 1 - DIt. U'i IVATEHHOUSE.-
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For Rent.
J
r 'ACRES EXCLOSED tAXD, ONE
LOSED TiAKD, 0X1
and a hnlf ir-ilea from Dallas, is offered
fur rent. : Tbe renter t take I the growing
crop and to, have 'poftse'rion unti( next fprioff.
Jood boMe and barn, forty ftf're in grain, and
reven orrt-s meadow; a large bearing prebard
and jtrarden. One wagon and a fjpan of bnea
g. with the place to.dtJ the wrk about the
farm. Immediate possession gi'in. ? , . v ;
Terms f 230 crth, or patijtfactory trade.'
Inquire of RL'SSKLL Jt FERhY, RealEi
tate Agents, Portland, or i -
J). M. C. OAULT. ;
Pallas. May 2V 187ft. VI tf
IlALIiAS
UOTIA,,
CORNER MAIN & C3TJRT
STREETS,
Dallas, Oreion4
I A. ROliH,
I'KOPIH I2TOH
fH!If? HOr.SK HAS ,UECE$TJ.Y IiEvN
I rtfitte l ana rcarran4t ah l it H now
open ;fr' the accommodation of the traveling
jtblic, whose patrouago i rcpfectfully souo
itcd. - -'.''. s i
Tbe .TABLE will at all time be .found . well
Irvi-led with every leHeaey of tho reason, a
v tit it the sultaotiuls and tur guents may
rct assured uf cvurieoa and prompt attend
iiii'-e. ' t
Th. HLEEriK'I A!AKTM1OTS wi!l also
le footi'l Vli an, h lioUsmte and comfortable.
JTt McaLi tts'l be Itirniibvd Travclcts at all
i t
tour. ,.-.
?Ar Id very Stable opposite h hotel. "
Li A. KOHB.
DaV.as, My 2, la70. . i . 11-if
1840 T 1870 14
I - . .
Time Tct the Merit of Jill Tilings.
JEST I'OIl TIlIltTV: YEARSl -Qlf.
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; Perry Davis1 Pain Siller; ;
Una be n Jested iu every varitly of climate,
ami by almost' every nation kiiiwu to Atneri.
-an. It is tbe almot conHaint contpanion'
aod ioeattmable; friend of the tabjsionary and
traveler, ou sea and land, and jkio one should
traii-l on' our L ikes or Rivuns i iTiiort it. .
It i a !pccdy and -"safe remedy1 for burn sj
ealds, rwts hruicv'itiids ard. various other
injuries a well as ftr dyscnicry , diat rhev'a,
and buw'el cotuplaiuli generally, and Js. aduii
rably ?uitl for every race of tnon on tho face
of tite gbdje. . : :-- j -
Bo , Enre ,you call ,for and gpt, the jnnine
Pain ''Kilter, tnnny worth lefi rnst turns are
attcm'pt?f to be sM on the gleat reputation
of! this valuable medieine. v. V- . "
??rlirections a?coiupay eaoh j bottle. . t ,
eaoh 1
$id(
Ptice 25cti, 50cts, and $1 00 per Bottle.
Sold by all Medicine Dealers. 1.5 4r
raivlbrd fc IVewiiiaii,
or tub
T
i 1 JLi LJ I 1 111 IVinv iiuivuii
II
AVK A N EW AX't SEBECT STOCK
-or
Jajtaiied Ware, Porcelain
Lined Stew
Pots lor I rait, a. Great Variety of
( Gem Pans, Pressed Patties for Tarts,
Cooking Spoons, KTI itcaters, Ilroll
Injr Plxturcs of Improved Pattern,
Rolling Pius, c, Ac.
- n 'CllAWFORD A
XfiWMAN.
7:tf
.Dallas, April 15. 1S70.
C. M. VARVKXTER,
F.J. BABCOCK.
PARft1liTR & BABCOCKf
manufacturer, anil Wholesale and Ite-
, aH: tail Dealers la
Commercial Etreett Salem, Oregoa,
HAVE OX
IIAND Til
LARGEST
XX
Stock of
Furniture, r
A.
lleddiiiu
h Window
Shades,
::- Hollands, and
e5 PA PEllII &ftGlftiG&
To-be found. in Marion CountyI J -.tU J
All kinds, of Pictoroi -Frames. Coffins and
Caskets made to order, on short notice and at
reasonable ratosj' vu; y''?'f.. .f;.-s,,i.-i':: :
rr-( I ; PARMEXTER A BABCOCK.
, Salem,JMarch 23, 1870.. t- ,1. . 4 tf
j-. ;.
V WIFE, SARAH 11. AULKEt, HAV
, ipz left njy bed and board without just
laue br provocation. I herewith cive notice
to an persons that i mil no longer be respon
sible for any indebtedness she Inav incur.
; LUICE .MULKEVJ
Monmouth, May &, 1870, j ; ' lU4w -
ELCU'S PREMIUM SALMON BEST
f Y in markotin kits or
barrels. -;i
For sale at
COX EARHARm
v taie.
.tfT: JJHSX v B 1 Edit mi m m m' -
NE IV A D VER TISEMENTS.
A isi Elisors fc BKOWIV,
SUCCESSOtlS TO B. STRANG.
ISIPORTKRS AI-' DEALERS IN
STOVES
OF ALL KINDS,
Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Copper,
Zinc, Brass fit tfiocf ixui,
'". .' . . ;,i.-.-,.-.a- y ..
Force and lAtt ' Pnnips,
v , -.-rvsa
CA ST t TIN ; A NX ENdMEZEp
MANUFACTURE US 0.,
Tin, Sheet-Srou & CoFiier-
r- Ware.
Great Variety f Gem' Pans.
Iron and Load. Pipe, of all sizes, for Gas,
Water aud Stem. ,
J , NJPI'LES, f
RK TUlt iV HENDS HUH HUH 110 SE,
STOPCOCKS, iiosi: PIPES, ;
PLUGS, JiA Til 1 UJJS. . . ;
In all its branches done to order, at tho stand
... of ,B. .Strang,. --':Uy: '
Union.' alloc k Commercial St., altva,
? - ' 2-6 in .
1870. Gilbert I5ros. 18 7.O.
s. ij ' ' ; ' . si. 1
. ;; 1 AN U FACT U l 1 "RS,"
SALE31 - - - - - - : OREGoV.
Men' Tap BUe Sewed Baots...:...$U 00
. Men Double Sole, Svwt.d Boot...... 13 00 a
2 Mcn'a Single Sfe, Sewel Btvl 12 00 S
-' - ' - ' ' " ' - . g
O Men Tap Sole, Tegged Biotj.:...,: 11 00 g,-
Men Single Sale Ped Bootf...' io
t Men' French Kip Ecot?...
0 00
-J"
MnV.Kip B'Jotsi, Oregon or Cali
5 for oi eaiorr
rocs
-M
2 Men' Beet Freneh Calf Sewtd 0
"ford 'lie.
53
MwiV Bet Trencli Calf Pe?-id Ox
- .ford Tiei........ ...... ,"
;cdw.
L
1I1E 4EST,liItASDS 'OF? F.itKCH CABH
Utfcd in all our Mot, and - every rajr
A-arrantsa t f v aJum U )q. e al. iiaro
tbtt largest . aud lei-t !wSectedJucfc of Eatrtt
ind Califoraia uiJe Hoots and Miocs which
jt offer at 'bok'42".: 'r retail 'at I'rit Wblcii
lefy cowjittition. -.v.v , s,
OAK SOI.K LEATJIEIJ, I HKNGII
CALF, KIP AND UITiai 'f, .
SHOE FINDINGS,
5boe Mnefilnffry aod everything generallj
found in a Leather and Finding Store. tV
. V.Id coin paid fer UIHE-S and FURF.
.". - -:r-,.,v AJ I L B K RT B R OS.
Salem, Oga., Marcb 10, 1870. . ; 2:m
Valuable - Property r
;- .-V0R.:8A1.R. ' -' '
BEING IESlR0rS OF OOtNO EAST,
I now offer for se jny wtll known f 1
FERRY, WARE ,0US4DWELUHr ,
Ac, at vcry lowrate. !Tbl proptrty is fitu-
ated at .
llurha Vijta, 4
on the Willamette river, and on tbe nearest
and be't route from Salem to Curvallis and
Southern Ort-jron. 5 '
The Ferry Bont, is attached to a Suspension
Wire Rope and runa by tbe current, being jal'o
and convenient. -,
The Warehouse is new, built on the improved
plan, witl solid walls above bih water y grain
is received 'without elevation.; , r . rT
My projwrtr is as stood if not the. best pay
Ing property in. the State at tho ame, cost.
Time for a. part of the purfu;te, money Will bo
given, lttose wisuiug a bargain wut pipaso
call at once on . W. L: RlUllS,
2-3m Buena Vista, Ogn.
, Wholesale and Iletall dealers iu
BOOKS, v.; 4 .....
: STATIONERY; - - - - -
;i ANDYANKEE NOTIONS. I,
WE TAKE THIS 'OPPORTitITY 1
- informing the public that wo have jasP
received a large invoice of f
-WallPapei::::
Of ill styles, direct from the mannfactoriea U
the East .-" Oar stock is tho , ; ? ,
tarcesi ever oflercd lit th is Mar ket.
Which we will sell at wholesaio and retail '4f
CHEAP as any other house in tlve Satdf -
v 1 YEATOX A BOON,
SalcmM Ogn., March 10th, 1S70. iZ2-tt-
; Formerly 'WESTERN HOTEU" nf j -Corner
of tHrst and Morrison Strectiy,
iu- , ; :PORTLAND QRE(l6N. :! 1 v 'li . ;
n ' Mesra. SMITH, & COOK ; 'y
HAVE TAKEN -THIS WEtL KNOWN
Honse and Refitted and .Rfiinilhca it "
throughout, making it by iar tho BEST,H0
TEL IN PORTLAND; ' ' , "
N. B.- Hot and Cold Baths attached Jto tbart
House for the benefit of Uucsts. ' '
... , .;? -BMITII A COOK, ,)l
i " t , Proprietrr
Portland, April 14, XSTOi T;tf
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