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k e'dge'toolsuj jA.raan dtistituta of that
heaven-borO principle would be ns i n
stufSqient in the hand-to-hand difucul
ties that must be encountered as a
rock drill without "the correct temper.
Ait rnx may 'bo made "of; lUetQ.iolcest
pHity of steel, ground to an edge,
and polished so beautifully that a chopv
per cao see the color of his eyes in the
polished surface. Let him sink srfch a
tool :inf,o.a stick of jjrecty bos?wood to
InV eyeaud thVbright cdge wilf. tWera
adequate to any : requirement; but
ftrllce a hemlock knot, and the beautiful
rd-ic writhes and turns this way and
that way, into a doubled and,, twisted
Vrugati(fo. ii0 SA , tfe correct' lem per
is lacking. But, thrust the burnished
steel into the firo and give the edge a
proper temper, and it will walk straight
through the gnarly oak, and the knotty
hemlock, as, a warm knife T will pass
throngh. a J roll of Frozen butter. But
the instrument is the same in both in
stances. Nothing of an appreciable
nature has been added to, or taken
from the steel, doit is with a man or
woman. Correct temper gives efficicn
ry.ro every worn and action. Were it!
not for the uniform temper of the en
peer eHtnfi(Ii' npr eouJdi the Niag
ara eVer haveJtaen bridged. A boy
without "grit without "spunk," desti
tufe of temper, might grow up into a
feminine imbecile, capable of feeding
the chickens, and always requiring a
of woman, boy or girl, ever inhcrued
too much temper or grit. The great
trouble has always been the controlling
of it. A noble horse that has not suf
ficient temper to tear his harness 'and
rend every rejy, wood
of. the veincte that Jhe is drawing, when
things about him become nnstrung and
out of gear, would be an animal of lit
tie value. A horse never nassessed toft
much fire and temper. Wherever there
is difficulty it may be attributed to a
lack of control of that temper by means
of a correct education. So with child
ren, vand, .jo , wit h:idoltf;4ti;tvery
noble nature, whether animal or human,
the all wise Creator has implanted this
wonderful power o! resistance, thus
iriiufriu cacu pussessur ui u cuicieni
-enabling him to battle successfully
with the asperities and obstacles of life.
days oft seduction; intrigue and corrup
tion, ;needa the r?Cp eme 'and the
nrvfltn :)ng firmness of, s the diamond to
-friable him to meet with unruffled tem
pr the persuasive incentives to distort
esty, crime and popular corru tion.
The temper must be controlled, and ed
ucated, in childhood, in boyhood, thro
the critical period of youth, up through
tha years of jiper manhood,-and down
to hoary' age 'J Temper firmness, dects-
fconrplnek grit or spu
euphonic appellation we may be pleased
to name the quality." is ne of the most
, praiseworthy qualities of a noble man
hood. Without such a granitic found
ation, the entire superstructure of char
acter will rescM4ho6ft and field
ing edge of the tool destitute of tem-
per. Without this;; pci? isle ot equality, j
. everything would be unreliable and as
nnsiauie as waier on aa incused sur
face. " Bat this faculty must be con-
. trolled. ; -, fmn ih'$trfttmV
Anger is the open manifestation of
. noble avenger. One is sinful, the oth
er is not. IVfi ai person iiftrindyed,
vexed, worried, fretted and nearly
clriven to despejvaticSi by, ihiai Contact
" with the difficulties and asperities of
life, his angnif sifulj ; 'People fay he
"has too much temper; but the grand
difficulty is, he has not been educated
to control it. When temper gains' the
ascendency over tne man. woman, boy,
or girl, and is manifested, in an erup.
tion of frenzy, he or she can ncver.tun
rel a motfotainj "or bridge' the1 foaming
cataract. A man's persistence, his
firmness, his perseverance, his indomi
table determination, his well-controlled
temper, may nerve his nature do a ter
rific pitch, and yet he may be as steady
ea ti tef tn ngine i tk im about? to
give motion to a ponderous load. Such
anger, in overcoming the difficulties of
fife, and In resisting wrong, is noble,
not sinful. Men. too often allow tlheir
temper to get the best of them. The
Are, then, like a terrified, horse that, is
nsty?; n6ment,Jtoey are"'; lef t? to do or:
fiy 6mewicketi thing that maTem
fitter their whole existence . In ino-
incnts or sooer renection every one
should fortify himself against every
estorro of anger, by imagining what to
. do or say, if imnlicated ia this or- that
(liQculty. V,He should prepare himself
aoyances of mortal life, with a coolness
. that will impart a magnanimous luster
to a noble manhood. As men bare dtf
Acuities to meet, and obstacles to, over
come, t heii mtwk must be tern pe red by
jeducatiou, to gtand for the maintenance
andt ttUiflaatja triumph of truth and
equity, and for the proper defense of
their legitimate rizhis whenever- thev
"4kVVAJ Utv HWw uicwi
corrects -UlTe - tem per 'of his s word, his
dagger,v,or hisv pruning knife," before
the instrument is put to a practical
tcst. So 'a maa raustbe so' familiar
with chis; own temper" that he can en
counter any of, life's difficulties w iu a
manly, .fortitude, : without' losing, that
equanimity which -gives characterand
dignity? to. evjery word and; actiotu
Technologist. .'v.' ,. ' s ' u v j
,,,. mm,"V ,-;:;;.- :
Salad for the solitary Lettuce alone.
- All servant girls are subject to' the
Aire law. " I -. ' - -
,' .The greatest bet ever made the Al-j
phabet. . -.- ' ! ' : ' . " ' i
.'; Capital: punishmsntbaaging on a
pretty woman's lips. - !
Why' are umbrellas like good Catho-'
lies?; They keep left t soell.j ": Z
He who pelts every barking dog must
piok up a great many stones.
John Bull pays $228.000,000. a year
for his beer. ,
Canada is clamoring for paper instead
of silver for currency. So it goes
The Legislature .of Texas contains
ten colored men two in the Senate
and eight in the House.
JThb is the way ai W yoming; ballad
runs--- :i-:s - -
"Xicc little baby, don't get in a fury,
'Capte inamui&'jj con to let on jury."
TneIormons aro organizing a corps
of wdmeq' lecturers Jo descsribe the glo
ries of their faith. r
Pour members of the Illinois Consti
tutional Convention have died since it
assmbled, and one has become insane.
The name of the Swinomish' Post of
fice, ; Washington Territory, has been
changed to La Conner.
t: Josh Billings says that "wedlock'" in
Chicago ia a sort of lock that almost
anybody can pick ; '
' ; 'I ' "n ' ,.
The ordering of troops to the West
has taken out of Virginiajand Kentucky
the last soldiers stationed in those states.
Gen. Bragg has been ousted froui
control of the New Orleans waterworks,
and his successor is a mulatto! IIuw's
that for high becoming low.
ytThe property assessment this year
of Thurston county, Washington Terri
tory is $1,100,000, or adout $150,000
more than; that of last year.
f Miss Lewis, the American sculpt
ress at Rome, has received orders fronri
the Marquis of Buta for works-from
her chisel j
A sitting room, two or three Led
ooms, with the use of a kitchen with
out attendance, can be obtained at
Brussels for $25 to $28 a month ; ser
vant to cook and attend for $5 ; a ser
vant merely to do the housework can be
got for 83. 1
HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR.
chased all the printing material usd in
the publication of the Pulk County Tim
newspaper, together with all the books and ao
counts belonging to said paper, have asoci;
ated ourselves together and hare engaged in
the publication of a weekly paper, at Dallas,
in Polk County, Oregon, to be called the ,
; All debts due the Polk Count Timet, both
on subscription and advertising account, are
now aue, ajm prompt payment is greatly de
All prepaid subscriptions of the Tim; not
extending beyond June 11th, 1870, will, in jus
tice to the subscribers, be filled out by us. .
New subscriptions and advertisements are
, I - . li . I t . J . 1. 1 M .
e&rnemijr vwnciieu. nt oeg to assure sun
scribers and advertisers that they will get val
ue received for the patronage they extend to
D, M. C. GAULT,
W. O, WJ1ITS0N.
Dallas, Ojn. March ft, 1870.
.WHAT U O!
A LL 'PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
xi nndereuoed will xUease call and settle im
mediately, aad .thereby aard cost ta themselvei
and epenM to me. ,
- 'V'HU&s, vg,.f dan. tb, 8704 . ,
C 22 LI; A NEO US.
THE ilEST kflOWtJ TO MAN I
laASOIV'S 'GANG PLOW
cm as iiEwciE !
TIIB " UNDERSIGNED, IIAVINQ PUR.
chased the exclusive riht from Wm. Ma
son, for the District comprising the counties of
POLK and MARION, is manufacturing tbesq
Celebrated Plors and is ready to fill orders for
the same on short notice. , . -
.Su Come, Farmers, and encourage ;
Webfoot Ingenuity t Enterprise
And enable yourselves to raise Large Crops.
For Sale at my Shop at f 10O each.
Ti II. IiUfcASf " '
(i , Dixie, Polk county. Ogn.
Northwest Corner Main and Mill fit..
" " DA IX AS, OCX.
HAVING PURCHASED the OLD STAND
formerly belonging to W. 8. Robb, and
wishing to live and let live, I will sell at low
rates, FOR (CASH, everything in my lines
Druff3 Patent iTIctlicincs,
And all kind of PURE LIQUORB, put up
expressly for Medleinal use.
PCRFU9ICRIC9 Oy JtJt KINIS.
htilcrntu, &i jto,
- Jiinlit Oifo, :.
, ' VarnhheSi.Iirwhet,
And everything else that is kept in a FIRST
CLASS DRUG STORE.
I i iu F. NICIIOII. DrogUt.
DALLAS 'LIVERY FEED & SALE
Cor. Mala and Court Strtt
Thos. G. Richmond, Proprietor.
HAVING PURCHASED TnE ABOVE
Stand of Mr. A. if. WhitleV, we have re-
Sued; and re stoeked it In sneh a manner as
will satisfactorily meet every want of the com
Uuics, single or double, Hackt, Con-
, cord Va gone. ete. etc., , ' '
Furnibed at al. benrs, day or night, on
Superior Saddle Horse, let by tne
lay or H'rck.
4 T. G. RICHMOND
f wmml AiJKiVAR! ;
OUR STOCK OF NETT GOODS FOR
SPUING TJIAPK, , .
Is now open and lor sale at our store, on the
Corner of front and Mill Street, Dal.
"We invite the attention of our patrons to
our New StocV, consisting of
-. , Clotliing,
Boott 3r Shut,
. School Eortkt
In (act everything found In Retail Stores,
At Prices to Suit the Times.
Country Produce taken in exchange for
' Goodi !"'."'
Those having old accounts art requested to
call and settle by CASH or NOTE.
We thalBk the public for their liberal pat
ronage in the past, and ho for a continuance
of the same. -
N. A. J. D. LEE.
Dallas, March 1st, 1870; J-tf
W. n. TEAL,
Wiigon & Carriage TIakcr,
Main Street, Dalla.
HAVE ON HAND AN ASSORTMENT
of Lumber Wagons, Express Wagons and
iuggieff vi yariouB Kioa89 reaa lor sale,
B.. J- I I . J m m
cor.iE orj vitii your cash i
i You all know what my wagons are; fori
have been well :tatronijied for the last TEN
TEAKS, forwhich I feel thankful. And the
last year they went off like Hot Cakes.
I am well prepared to do all kinds of work
in my trede. .
I have in my emptoy the best lllacktmlth
in the County, who is prepared to do Shoeing
in the' beet Style, on short notice, and every
kind of blacksmith work done in a neat and
workmanlike manner, and according to Order,
at reasonable rates. ' .
Also Painting done to order. ' Bring' along
your old Wagons Buggies, and get them paint
ed. ' W. II. TEAL.
' Dallas, April 0, 1870. - 6:6m
milE ELtJeNDALE MILL COMPANY
JL will gltt the highest market price for
wool, delivered at .their factory in, P-olk Co, , '
: 'Their' Storeys also open, wtk a general aa
ortment of Dry Goods, Uroccries, Hardware,
iratiEENgWAE VH- Abundance t
IfcAUDBW ; JD'FRAWCE'S
PORTLAND OREGON, '
v t- .; " .. f r . ;' .. .j.
Is the most tborougb and complete Institution
- of the kind on the Coast; .
It is designed by its eonrse of study and prao
; ( tie to place a, f .
BUSINES EDUCATION WITHIN THE
REACH OF ALL.
Every facility is afforded for acquiring a ,
SOUND BUSINESS EDUCATION
if-,--;-.. r.'t,,-r .v i7'Y; t' ; ; st 't ; .":'t i " .'
In the shortest, possible time, and at
T II K LEAST EXPENSE.
Every student will have an ' '"
Actual Iluine Practice,
- , .,. v. f"-;i f -; !;';' f. -i -,,'
Miniature World of Untineae,
TO WHICH HE IS INTRODUCED AFTER
bavin completed the Theory, and which
has the effect of-thoroughly familiarizing him
with all the mlnutae of .real business. This
feature or tne Inttttuuon also affords an ex4
eclitut practice in ' . i j ;
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And furnltbee abundant opportunities for test
ing the Student's knowledge of
In conducting this actual practice, co-part
nerthips are formed, and when the day of dts
solutiod and settlement comes, the subject 'of
Is taken op and invejtiateL ond the princi
ples practically applied.
The moit thorough instrnetlon Is afforded in
Uusiness Penmauhip; also, a cwur in
By a practical Short-Hand Reporter, fr the
bene6t of those who with to pursue this use
ful subject ' ' ;'.
For circulars, giving rull particulars, address
LAUDFN 4 DEFRANCE.
WillameUe Iron Works Company
270BTH FRONT AND S STREETS,
THESE VORKS ARE LOCATED ON THE
bank of the river, one block north of
Couch's Wharf, and bare facilities tor turning
oit machinery promptly and efficiently. "
Wo have secured the services oi Mr. John
Nation, as Director of the Works, whose expe
rience on this Coast for sixteen years gives hint
a thorough knowledge of the various kinds of
machinery required lor mining and muling
pur pones. - i
We are prepared to execute orders for all
classes of Machinery and Boiler. Work, such as
MINING AND STEAM BOAT MACHINERY
SAW and PJLOIJltlNG aill.1,9,
QUARTZ MILLS, MINING PUMPS,
Manufacture and Repair Machinery of all
Shutter Work at San Prauctsco
Coat and Freight.
Wheeler A Randall' Patent Grinder and
Dunbar's Self-adjusting Patent Piston Packing
Stevens' V " '
Either applied to old or new steam cylinders.
Quarts Stampers, Shoe aud Pies,
Of the best hai'd Iron. 1
A Variety of CHAIRS, for Kitchen and
- Parlor uae,
RAW-HIDE nOTTOSI CHAIRS,
Of my own make
Shop near Way niirc's IflilF
INVITE THE PUBLIC TO EXAMINE
my stock. I shall be pleased to show you
tny goods, and batter pleased when yon boy.
New Work put up to order, and Repairing
aona at the lowest cash price.
37 . X7T.I. C. T7ILLS.
LL SORTS OF OOODS SOLD FOR
Cash or Marketable Prod see at t -
J. II. LEWIS'S
AIT. iOARMEN ISLAND AND LIV-
J3RPQ0L Salt, In quantities to salt, at
. vox. A EARHA s Kaiem.
WAITERS. DO YOU WANT, SOME
AjS Fins CJtotb. aaUerif if o, supply your-
; Liwi8'3, '
FREIICH HEDIOAL OFFICE.
, Dri'jrulicn Pcrratilt,
Dr. 'of Medicine of the PacuUy of Pa
' rl. Graduate of the ' Unlrerslty of, ,
QUtea'a College, and Physician ' r
1 7 of the St. John Itaptlse So- '
: : : eiety of San Francisco.
B: - PERRAULT HAS THE PLEAS
R. ure to inform patients and others
seeking eonfldentlal medical advice that be can
be consulted daily at bis office,. LArroory 'Hall
Building, North East corner ofj Montgomery
and Sacramento streets, San Fraucjsco,. .Rooms
Nos. 9,' 10, II, first floor, up' stairs, entrance
on either Montgomery or Saerainento streets,
Dr. Pkhravlt's studies bave been almost
exclusively devoted to the cure, qf the various
forms of Nervous and Physical Debility, the
remit of injurious habits acquired in youth.
Which usually terminate in impotence and
sterility, and permanently induce all the eon,
eotuitant of old age. Where ai secret infirm
ity exists, involving the happiness of a life and
that of others, reason and morality dictate the
necessity, of. its removal, for it ijs a fact. that a
premature decline of the vigor of manhood,
matrimonial nnhappincss, compulsory single
life,' etc., have their sources In causes, the
germ of which is planted in early life, and the
bitter fruits tasted long afterward; patients,
laboring under, this comprint, will complain
of one or more'of 'Iho following symptoms:
Nocturnal Emissions, Pajns in the Back and
Head, Weakness of Memory and Sight, Dis
charge from the Urethra on going to stool or
make water, Intellectual faculties .are .Weak
ened, Loss of Memory ensues. Ideas are cloud
ed, and there i a disinclination to attend to
business, or even to reading, writing or the so
ciety of friends, etc. The patient will proba
ably complain of Dtzines, Vertigo, and that
Sight and Hearing are Weakened, and sleep
disturbed by dreams;, melancholy, sighing,
palpitation, fainting, coughs and slow fevers ;
while some nave external rheumatic pain, and
numbness' of the body. Rome 'of the most
common symptoms are pimples in the face,
and achmz in different parts; of' the body.
Pitients suffering from this dUeaoe (should ap
ply immediat.ly to Dr. PuRRvtrtt,' eiihcr 'in
rcr8on or by letter, as be will cearante a cure
of . Seminal Emissions and Impotence in six or
eight wccks, v ' ;
Patients snffHrinr from renfrial disease in
any stage, flonorrhea. (iltet. Strictures, Bube,
Ulcers, Cutaneous Eruptions, ete will be treat
ed successfully. All Syphilitic, and Mercurial
Taints entirely removed from the system. '
Dr. pERRACLT'a diplomas ae in bl office,
where patients can see for themselves that tbey
m . ' M m t
are under tue care oj a rcguiariy euoeaiea
practitioner. The best references gircn u re-
quired.: - ' )
J'aticnts uumng under enropje 4iacs can
call and examine for thrraselve. We invite
iuvestigation j claim not to know everything,
nor to cure everybody, but we fio claim that in
ail cases taken onder trtatmeiit we fulfil 'our
promifeal We particularly reiuejit those who
have tried this boasted doctor ana that adver
tised physician till worn out abd discouraged,
to call upon us. 's ;, j . .
Iw charge and quick enref, f
Ladies suffering lnrna any complaint inciden
tal to their sex, can consult the doctor with the
assuranco of relief.
l-Vmalc Moutbl PIIla.
Da. Peru Ari.T U the orly egent in California
fur Dr. Biorr'n Female MonUhly Pills. Ibcir
immense sale bas etablibei
as a female remedy onapproa
t-bed, and Jar in
advance ofevrry other rcinclyi
: tractions is fe
and irregularities, and other
ma'es On the receipt of fife dullard, these
Pill will be s;nt bv mail or ex
re n to inr part
of the world, secure froui cur
Mfy or damage.
Persons at a diMaiir can 14 cttrcd at buno,
by addressing a letter i Dr.- Prkraclt, corner
of Sacramento and Motgom"TJ "r,ts. Rooms
10 and 1 1, or Box 97.1, P. O-i Fan ' Franrico,
stating the cae a minutely as possible, general
baldu of living, tenipation, ttcM et.
A1I rommunications eoafidenti! It ly
COX & EAREIART,
VHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCERS
CXOOXtXTS Z3LOCH, SALZTtL
Goods by the Package at Reduced Rate
WACOX 31 A EC E IIS,'
Commercial street, Salem. Oregon,
f ANITFACTURE ALL KINDS OP t.G.
ill ONS after the most approved sty W and
the best of workmanship, on f hort notice, (wd
AT PORTLAND PRICCSS
21-tr i -- .
Rlalll fit. (opposite the Court House), Dallas,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips. Collars,
Check Lines, etc., etc., of all. kinds, whicbj he is
prepared to sell at the lowest living ratesi .
" 3BDrREPAIRINQ done on short notice. i I
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IM. H A A
CVSTO.H itlADE BOOTS,
State : Street, Salem, Oregon,
; Two doors from Express office.
JUST RECEIVED, A GOOD STOCK OF
; French Kip and Calf Skins, California Kip
and Calfskins,, and California sole iatncr.
which I offer for Sale cheap. :
Theo biibest price in cash paid, for Furs and
iridesV!..; . r ;. tf 35 ,
Farmers AUcntion 'i;
runs UNDERSIGNED HAVING irAD
1 , nearly twenty years', practice in makinir
f wagons in Oregon, we feel confident we jean do
as good worK as can no naa m any pari oi me
State. : .-.t ;.-:, .
Iron and IIici;orv. Axles,
On hand and made to ordor on tatt notice
tumbr Waffoua.,..,. w,..u15() 180
JExpresji W'aSQns.,..M..i ..,.C.C..0IT5225
Call and Mawna out : vorV,.4 Repairing
dosa oa (hart aotie and on reasonable terms.
; Dallas, Aprilll, 1870, Ti3ra
Srlt you wklube very best C.4RJr Pao-
TOGiurnsV yoii- must ean on -iii.A,-ItULOFSON,
429 Montgomery, treetMr?aa
.1 . V r
EcnorviA is a tamt or infection In the hu
man organism which weakens. the vital forces,
and disorders, or s disarranges, the, functions of
the .whole system. ; This taint' or infection M
most usually bereditsi-y in the constitution,, bat
it may, also arise from habits of life, unwhole
some food; etc. In time, if this diseaM doe.t
not show itself in an ulcerous or tubercular
form, it induces those other diseases, such as
consumption, ulcerations of the liver, stomach
and kidneys, salt rheum, dropsy; tev'-;jMrt
remedy ever yet discovered is f'Dr. W alkera
Vegetable ViacaAii Bitters It will e.ura
tbe disease if not too far advanced, and wtfl
. .. . ,.. . . . '-. '
erauicKM iu caure.
WORDS OP WISDOSI , "
. , Fon yOL'HO .JtlEX, '-,-'.'?.
Oil the Ruling Passion in Yomh and Early
Ianhoed, with SELF HELP for the Erring- .
and Unfortunate, fcent in sealed letter, envoi
opes, free of charge. Address, Howard Asso .
CiATio.t, Box -P, Philadelphia, Pa. ' v & f
- : . VAllXj KILMER, . J
Family Hcdlcino of the Ago
. .. Taken Internally, It Cures i ; t
VyiieHtcry', Ch'thra, J)iarrhra, : ; -. s j-f
r j Cmmp and Pain in the Stomach, . , t, ,n. .5. j
' Jiowel Complaint, Painter Cvlte, ?.!,,, j
Liver Complaint,- Jyprpia, Jndyetion
A Sore Tit rout, ,S'n'iiien Cold, ' Y v .
!!.' . Connht, dec. &e. '
Used externally, It Curea v
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Boil; Fihut, Cuf. Bruin, Burnt, ScaU; Old
&tre; fyirain, Tuothncltt, Pain in the Fact,
r 2teur(hia', ithetitatim, F rotted Feet, .
dc.,dc.,Jt -:'- ; . '
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Hoi. 102, 104, 100 Trkt street; cor Alder,
: P0STLAND, OREGON, '
,. : -: -y-'i v .;.7v.53:M
THOMAS It VAN, - - PROPItlETOnA
(Formerly of the What Cheer House.),;
HAVING OPENED THE ABOVE ITOUSE
the proprietor wishes to announce to tbo
public that be is now prepared to acooramodato
gtH-sta in a satisfactory manner at the most
reasonable rates. ;' y.ur-nyf i
The entire. boupe has 1een newly finished
and furabtbed throughout in the most complete.
and evmbatable- manner. ' f - j !
Baggage taken to and from the bouse free of
barge.' : "' ,. , 1 .
BAHK EXCHANGE SALQOU,
Main arcet, :
J INKS, LIQUORS. POUTER, ALEi
1 T Ki
itters, Cisars, Candies. Oysters. fTT'j
and SarJinrs will be crvcd to gentle-"
tnen on the outside of the counter, by a gentle
man who bas an eye to "bit" on tbe inside.'
So eomo-aleng. boys; make no dlay, and
we will soon bear what you bare toaayv .
T,2 y. F. CUXOAN. ,
Mala street, Opposite Court House, ,
rTcir Store! IVcu Goods!
I AM NOW PREPARED TO OFFER A ,
large asortmvuf of choice i
f GROCERIES, . ." I
. YANKEE NOTIONS Etc., Etc. v
Also, a General Assortment of -r
ruOTs, suoi:8 and gaiters. v
I design to keep only the CHOICEST and'
IlEST articles and sell them at a Small Profit
MV MOTTO Quick sales and sraalV
protlts. , '
G. a. STILCS.
IIURGREU & GUinDLER,
Importers and Dealers in ,
V; ..-:: AND ht'r
The Largest Stock and the Oldest Fur-
niture House lu Portlaud, 1
' .WARE ROOMS AND FACTORY i '
CORNER SALMON AND FIRST STREETS,
" 19 tf
TO THE WORKING CLASS.Waare now 1
prepared to furnish all classes with constant ?
employment at borne, the whole of the time y it
for tbe spare moments. Dusinesf new, tigbi
and profitable. Persons of either sex easily
earri from 50e, to $5 per evening, and a propor,
tional sum by devoting their whole time to thii
business. Boys and girls earn nearly a$ mocj) 1
as men. That all wbo see this notice, taay en r
their '"address and - test the business, we snak' j
this unparalleled offer; To such as ara notweli
satisfied, we will send $1 to pay for tbe trouble. ,
of writing. - Full particulars, a valuablo i&xi
pie, which will do to commence icotk on, anda;'.r
eortv of MTh Peonle'a Litcrarv Comnan5orir ; ..'
OJie of the largest and best family newspapera,1
An . want ti.VMin.nl nMAt.kl. writ.V .4J.aJ
E. C.'ALLEN A CO., Avcvsta, Maws, ' Z I
OP EVERY VAHTETT, . " J .
Dallas?, Jan. 29.-38-4 1. . ,
I ' " " in kus or barrels.
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