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COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
jDAWiAS, SATURDAY, JUNK 18.
Sir. Seward -Asraiu.
"Tlie distinguishecl" Sage of' Auburn:
n Monday made his first speech since
his return from his Arctic visit
.that may be construed in any .way to
reflect the views.he now entertains on
.the possibilities of the nation he was so
lung'aM so' ably engaged inengineeis
ing through ...the greatest crisis. He
especially dwelt upon the mission of
the United States to harmonize all the
.civilization on this continent and to ad
vance steadily to higher notions, carry
ing ''our neighbors with .us, of the so
cial and political rights of man. It
mac be a feather in the cap of woman
suffrage advocates to know that his
speech was delivered on the occasiori of
the visit of a ladies' college-; but ow
ing to the barbarous and mediaeval no
ttions that prevail in our provinces,
these same ladies were all turned out of
the dining hall when the cloth was re
jnoved, and,i; therefore, - before the
speech was made. A number of majle
visitors, by reason of being physically
better fitted to drink wine and smoke,
jglone composed the- audience to whom
ihe addressed his words.
Mr. Seward has always had great,
iiroud ideas of the ' future of this na
tion, and we are glad to see that his
' sixfypiirtftli birthday finds. him fully as
broad and grand in his ideas as ever.
Jle says that the continent is becoming
.every day more American ; that the
practices and opinions of the people of
the United States are becoming the
.common , practices and opinions of the
other ' State Vnnd that the Christian re
ligion and the influence of the Repub
lican government are destined ere' long
to bleud all the governments of the
American continent into ono. Mr.
-Bcwaril is the very best authority from
whom those sentiments'could emanate.
Jle demonstrated years ago his trust in
(our nianiftpt destiny, and much later
lias helped along the desirable consum
mation by the purchase of Alaska and
the treaty for the purchase of St.
Thomas. It is pleasant to note that
iho present administration shares in
ihe grand old statement's., ideas of a
Dr. Franklin desoribed the farmer's
pondition in 1776, as follows .
"Farmer at the plough,
Wife milking cow,
Daughters spinning yarn,
' - i, Sons threshing in the barn
All happy to a charm."
Another writer gives the aooount of
1870, as follows, applicable, at least, to
some latitudes :
vThc farmer gone to see a show,
His daughter at the piano,
Madame gaily dressed in satin,
AH the boys are learning Latin
With a mortgage on the farm."
Chit Chat. The following, says
the "Chit Chat" of the Western Month
Jy, are Jhe "deadly sins" as viewed by
an editor :
1. Boring him when he is writing.
2. .Boring him when he is not writ-
3. Reading his exchanges without
permission. ,vHv- Ci'S U f
4. Asking permission to read his ex
changes. kZ V
p. Hooking hisl scissors when the
devil is clamoring for original : matter.
6. Asking who "X'' or "Quidnunc"
or "Q," in a corner. is r?
LAROfcrifOToaRAymrj Lens. The
largest photographic lens ever made in
England is one of 10$ inches in diam
eter, recently completed by Ross, and
now in the possession of a Regent St.
photographer. It Ts an achromatic
lens of great power, an4 will take por
traits of any 'size from the smallest
jniniature up to very nearly life size.
It is made of glass of the whitest de
scription, and its size admits so large a
volume of light that photographs cov
ering a space of 10 inches by 12 inch
es may be made in eight seconds. The
lens renders in the photogra; hs all
that is seen" in the optical image, and
this so truthfully that the coarseness
and exaggeration belonging to large
photographs taken with inferior lenses
are altogether , absent. .In the open
air, "groups of 'tea or twenty persons
(each face about the size of a sover
eign, and the whole picture 24 by 24),
can be taken with the short exposure
of ten seconds. The cost of manufac
turing the lens was upwards of 200,
so- that it may be said" to be worth its
weigh t In gold. TecJt nologist.
A Fowl Joke "Dennis, dartfug,
what is it you're doing?"
"Whist, Biddy, I'se trying an ex
2erimen." "Mutheri what is it ?"
VWhat, is it, did you say? Why.
ts giving hot water to the chickens, I
ara, go that they'll be after laying boil
Boiled Down. The Kddyville,
Iowa, Guxetle contains this nut-shell
full of news from that city Health
good weather fine whisky scarce
business lively Eddyville right side
re.2 "AU i lovely .and the
goosa hangs high.'?
.Congress is to adjourn on the 15th
Dyspepsia is now defined as the re
morse of a guilty stomach.
The Republican State Convention of
Missouri will meet on the .31st of Au
gust. The estimated population of Peon
sylvaoia by the coming census is over
4,000.000. .. ,
In the Hungarian Empire" they are
aDout to celebrate the toast ot tue l.UUU
There are a thousand persons in New
York who are worth, at the lowest cal
Wyomingites are in doubt whether
to call their female judge a Justicess
of the Peace or a Justice of the
The London organ .of the Roman
Catholic Church declares that the Ecu
menical Council cannot complete its
work under a year.
For the first time in the history of
Delaware, a State Republican Conven.
tion has been called, to meet at Dover
. The first coin made in Philadelphia
mint, was the copper cent in 1793.
The first silver dollar was made in
1794, and the first gold eagle in 1795.
France is not the only country that
votes on Sunday. In the Republic of
Switzerland the elections are held not
only on Sunday, but in the churches
By the order of Secretary Belknap,
issued last week, discharging employees
and ordering sales of surplus property,
the expenditures of the War Depart
ment on account of salaries are reduced
$774,072 a year.
The Iowa State Register,? May 25,
has this report of crops in that State:
Farmers say the rain3 of the past few
days will do a vast amount of good,
both to wheat and corn. The wheat
was a little thin on the ground, but it
is thought these rains will cause new
stocks to spring up, and will result in a
splendid crop. Corn is up and looking
From the Daily Oregonian of June
9th, we copy the following marriages
in high life :
June 8; 1870, by M. P. Bull, J. P., Me Cham
to Ah Choy, Ah Song to Ah Fo, Ah Kang to
Foy Quay, Quang Koy to Love Ah, and Ah
Ching to Ah Chop.
Tu-na-inah-a-hi, mo ping Id tl.
As our readers probably will not un
derstand the last line, given in Chi
nese, we will translate it for them. It
means compliments of the parties re
ceived. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR
cbased all the printing material used in
the publication of the Polk County Timet
newspaper, together with all the books and ac
counts belonging to said paper, have associ
ated ourselves together and have engaged in
the publication of a weekly paper, at Dallas,
in Polk Cuuuty, Oregon, to be called the
All debts due the Polk County Time, both
on subscription and advertising account, are
now due, and prompt payment is greatly de
sired. AH' prepaid subscriptions of the 7Yme, not
extending beyond June 11th, 1870, will, injus
tice to the subscribers, be filled out by us.
New subscriptions and advertuemonta are
earnestly solicited. We beg to assure sub
scribers and advertisers that they will get val
ue received for the patronage they extend to
D. M. C. GAULT,
P. C. SULLIVAN.
Dallas, Ogn.-March 5, 1870.
what u a
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO TnE
updersigned will please call ad settle im
mediately, and thereby gave cost to themselves
and expense to me.
1. F. NICHOLS,
Dallas, Ogn., Jan. &th 1870,
MIS CELL ANEO US.
THE BEST KNOWN TO MAN!
MASON'S GANG PLOW
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING PUR
chased the exclusive right from Wm. Ma
son, for the District comprising the counties of
POLK and MARION, is manufacturing these
Celebrated Plows, and is ready to fill orders for
the same on short notice.-
gj. Come, Farmers, and encourage
Webfoot Ingenuity & Enterprise
And enable yourselves to raise Large Crops.
For Sale at my Shop at $100 each.
T. II. LUCAS,
6 Dixie, Polk county, Ogn.
Vnitthiiriict fs.a. Mxln Mill Ct.
HAVING PURCHASED the OLD STAND
formerly belonging to W. S. Robb,"and
wishing to live and let live, I will sell at low
rates, FOR CASH, everything in my line:
Drugs, Patent Medicines,
And all kinds of PURE LIQUORS, put up
expressly for Medicinal use.
PERFUMERIES Otf ALL KINDS.
Varnhhes, li rushes,
And everything else that is kept in a FIRST
CLASS DRUG STORE.
1 U. F. NICHOLS, Druggist.
DALLAS LIVERY, FEED & SALE
Cor. Main and Court Streets,
Thos. G. Richmond, Proprietor,
HAVING PURCHASED THE ABOVE
Stand of Mr. A. II. Whitley, we have re
fitted and re-stocked it in such a manner as
will satisfactorily meet every want of the com
Buggies, single or double, Hacks, Con-
j cord Wagons, etc., etc.,
Furnished at all hours, day or night, on
Superior Saddle Horses, let. by the
uay or Hcet.
4 ; T. G. RICHMOND
OUR STOCK OF NEW GOODS FOR
Is now open and tor sale at our store, on the
Corner ot Front and Mill Streets, Dal
We invite the attention f our patrons to
our New Stock, consisting of
Dress Goods, r
j ' School Bool, .
j Stationery, c,
In fact everything found in' Retail Stores,
At Prices to Suit the Times.
Country Produce taken in exchange for
Those having old accounts are requested to
call and settle by CASH or NOTE.
We thank the public for their liberal pat
ronage in the past, and hope for a continuance
of the same.
N. Jc. J. D. LEE.
Dallas, March 1st, 1870. 1-tf
W, U. TEAL,
Wagon & Carriage Maker,
Main Street, Dallas.
I HAVE ON HAND AN ASSORTMENT
of Lumber Wagons, Express Wagons and
Buggies of various kinds, ready for sale.
COME ON WITH YOUR CASH !
You all know what my wagons are; fori
have been well patronized for the last TEN
YEARS, for which I feel thankful. And the
last year they went off" like Hot Cafces.
I am well prepared to do all kinds of work
in my trade.
I have in my employ the best Blacksmith
jn the County, who is prepared to do Shoeing
in the best 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. Brin? alonsr
your old Wagons Buggies, and get them paint-1
W. H. TEAL.
Dallas, April 9, 1870. 6:6m
m W(OL WANTED.
HE ELLENDALE MILL COMPANY
will give the highest market Driee fo
wool, delivered at their factory in Polk. Co,.
Their Store is also open, with a, ganeral as
sortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
UEENSWAP,E LN ABUNDANCE
J. II . LEWI'S,
la the most thorough and complete , Institution
of the kind on the Coast.
It is designed by its coarse of study and prac
tice to place a
BUSINES EDUCATION WITHIN THE
REACH OF ALL.
Every facility is afforded for acquiring a
SOUND BUSINESS EDUCATION
In the shortest possible time, and at
THE LEAST EXPENSE.
Every student will have an
Actual Business Practice,
Miniature World of Business,
TO WHICH HE IS INTRODUCED AFTER
having completed the Theory, and which
has the effect of thoroughly familiarizing him
with all the minutae of real business. This
feature of the Institution also affords an ex
cellent practice in
And furnishes abundant opportunities for test
ing the Student's knowledge of
In conducting . this actual practice, co-part
nerfdiips are formed, and when the day of dis
solutiod aud settlement comes, the subject of
Is taken up and investigated, ond the princi
ples practically applied.
The most thorough instruction is afforded in
Business Penmanship; also, a course in
By a practical Short-Iand Reporter, for the
benefit of those who wish to pursue this use
For circulars, giving full particulars, address
LAUDFN & DEFRANCE.
Willamette Iron Works Company
NORTH FRONT AND E STREETS,
THESE WORKS ARE LOCATED ON TnE
bank of the river, ono block north of
Couch's Wharf, and have facilities tor turning
out machinery promptly and efficiently.
We have secured the services of Air. 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 for mining and milling
We are prepared to execute orders for all
classes of Machinery and Boiler Work, such as
MINING AND STEAMBOAT MACHINERY
SAW and FLOURING MILLS,
QUARTZ MILLS, MINING PUMPS,
'Jkc, Ac, Ac.
Manufacture and Repair Machinery of all
I rm Shutter Work at San Francisco
Cust and Freight. -
Wheeler ' A Randall's Patent Grinder and
Dunbar's Self-adjusting Patont Piston Packing
Stevens' " " " "
Either applied to old or new steam cylinders.
Quartz Stampers, Shoes and Dies,
Of the best hard iron.
A Variety of CHAIRS, for Kitchen and
RAW-HIDE BOTTOM CHAIRS,
Of my own make.
SJioivJicar Waymirc's ftlill
I INVITE TnE PUBLIC TO EXAMINE
my stock. . I shall be pleased to show you
my goods, and better pleased when you buy.
New Work put up to order, and Repairing
done at the lowest cash price.
37 WM. C. WILLS.
LL SORTS OF GOODS SOLD FOR
. . Cash, or Marketable Produce at
J. H. LEWISES
SALT. CARMEN ISLAND AND LIV
ERPOOL Salt, in quantities to suit, at
COX A EARH ART'S Salem.
; ; it-. -
GAITEftS. DO YOU ! WANT SOME
Fine Cloth, CUHers? if so. supply your
Wlvea o, J. II LEWIS'S,
-t : r r ,
FRENCH MEDICAL OFFICE.
JOrJ Julieii Perrault,
Dr. of Medicine of the Faculty of Pa
ris, Graduate of the University of
Queen's College, and Physician
of ihe St. Joha Baptiste So
ciety of San Francisco.
D PERRAULT HAS THE PLEAS
R. ure to inform patients and others
seeking confidential medical advico that he can
be consulted daily at his office, Armory Hall
Bnilding,j North East corner of Mohtgomery
and Sacramento streets, San Francisco, Rooms
Nos. 9. 10, 11, first floor, up stairsj entrance
on either Montgomery or Sacramento streets,
Dr. Psrraitlts studies have been almost
exclusively devoted to the cure, of the various
forms of jNcrvous and Physical Debility, the
result of jinjurious habits acquired in youth,
which usually terminate in impotence and
sterility, Jind permanently induce all the con
comitants' of old-age. Where a secret infirm
ity exists, involving the happiness of a life and
that of others, reason and morality dictate the
necessityiof its removal, ior it is a fact that a
premature decline of the vigor of -manhood,
matrimonial unhappiness, compulsory single
life, etc.J have their sources in causes, the
germ of which is planted in early life, and the
bitter fruits tasted long afterward;) patients,
laboring J under this complaint, will; complain
of one or more of the following symptoms:
Nocturmil Emissions, Pains in the Back and
Head, Weakness of Memory and Sight, Dis
charge from the - Urethra on going jto stool or
make water, IntellectualFaculties are Weak
ened, Loss of Memory ensues", Ideas' are cloud
ed, and there is a disinclination to! attend to
businessj or even to reading, writing' or the so
ciety of friends, etc. The patient will proba
ably complain of Dizziness, Vertigo, and that
Sight arid Hearing are Weakened, aud sleep
disturbed by dreams; melancholy, sighing,
palpitation, faintings, coughs and slow fp.vcrs ;
while some have external rheumatiq pain, and
numbness of the body. Some of
common! symptoms are pimples hi
and achins in different parts of
Patients! suffering from this disease ;should ap
ply iininediat.ly to Dr. Pkrrai lt, either in
person or by letter, as bo will guarantee a cure
of Seminal Emissions and Iinputenje in six or
Patients suffering from vcnerial disease in
any stage, Gonorrhea. Gleet, Strictures, Bubo,
Ulcers, Ctaneous Eruptions, etc., will be treat
ed successfully. All Syphilitic and Mercurial
Taint3 entirely removed from the system.
Dr. Phrrault's diplomas are iq bis office,
where pntients can sec for themselves that they
are under the care of a regularly educated
practitioner. The best references given if re
quired, j Y
Patients suffering under chronic diseases can
call and! examine for thcmsclvos. We invite
investig ation : claim not to know everything,
nor to cure everybody, but wo do claim that in
all case taken under treatment wo fulfil our
promi?es. We particularly request those who
have tried this boasted doctor and that adver
tised physician till worn out and discouraged,
to call upon us. j
Low barges and quick cures. !
Ladies suffering from any complaint inciden
tal to their sex, can consult the doctor with the
assurance of relief.
Female Monthly PIUs.
Dr. Pkrr ai'lt i.i the only agent in California
for Dr. Bi ott's Female Monthly Pills. Their
immense sale has established their reputation
as a female rt inedy in. approached,' and fur in
advancb of every other remedy for suppressions
and irregularities, and other obstructions in fe
males. On the reecipt of five dollars, these
Pill will be sent by mail or express! to any part
of the kvorld, secure from turiotity or damage.
Persons at a distance can bo cured at borne,
by addressing a letter to Drt. Pmut ault, corner
of Sacramento and Montgomery streets, Rooms
10 and ill, or Box 073, P.O., San Francisco,
stating the case as minutely as possible, general
habits Of living, occupation, etc., etc.
All communications confidential! 14-ly
COX & EAKEIART; ' '
WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCERS
IWOOKE'S BLOCK, SALEM.
Goods by the Package at Reduced Rate
my 10 3tf I ,
Underwood, Barker & Co,
Commercial street, Salem. Oregon,
I ! ' '
MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS OF WAG
ONS after the most approved styles and
the best of workmanship, on short notice, and
!AT PORTLAND PRICES!
I 21 -tf i .
S. C. STILES,
st. (opposite the Court House), Dallas,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, Collars,
Check! Lines, etc., etc., of all kinds, which he is
prepared to sell at the lowest living rates.
-REPAIRING done on short notice.
II. H A A S,
CUSTOm JUAIE SOOTS,
State Street, Salem, Oresron.
Two doors from Express office. .
JUST RECEIVED, A GOOD, STOCK OF
French Kip and Calf Skins, California Kip
and Calf Skins, and California Sole Leather,
which I offer for sale cheap.
FURS ! FUItSJ! tfURSnt
- Thee highest price in cash paid for Frs and
Hides. . . i sji
Farmers Attention !
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING HAD
. j r - j x c mvw a la ui a iv I u
wagojig in Oregon, we feel confident we can do
as good work as can be had in, any part of the
Iron and IlicKorv Axles.
On land and made to. oid&r oja short notice.
Express Waging..... ;J..$lT5225
Call and examine our work. Repairing
done on short notice and on reasonable terms.
SIMEON T. GARRISON,
Dallas, Anr-il 11, 1870. I " 7:3ja
s-TfTon wish the vervbest CABlSKT Ppo-
tographs, you must call on BRADLEY A
RULOFSON, 429 Montgomery street, San
Scrofula is a taint or infection 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, ete. 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 the liver, stomach
and kidneys, salt rheum, dropsy, etc. The best
remedy ever yet discovered is "Dr. Walkers
Vegetable Vixegak Bitters." It will cure
the disease if not' too far advanced, and will
eradicate the cause.
WORDS OF WISD03I
For Young Men, '
On the Ruling Passion in Youth and Early, f
Manhood, with SELF HELP for the Erring
and Unfortunate. Sent in sealed" letter envoi-,
opes, free of charge. Address, Howard Asso- ;
ciation, Box P, Philadelphia, Pa. . 8-
rAIIV KILLER. .,.T:Tk
I THE GREAT
Family Medicine of the Age
Taken Internally, It Cures
Dysentery, Cholera. Diar)Tura,
Cramp ami Pain in the Stuwaeh, '
JJuwel "Complaint, Painter' Colic,
Liver Complaint, Dyxpepsia, InUgeton,
Sore Throat, Sudden Cold,
Couijhs, d'-c, fc. . , . , .
Used Externally, it Cures
Boils, Felon, Cut, Bruise, Burn, Seald, Old
: Sore, Sprain, Toothache, Pain in the Fare,
I Xeuralyia, BheumatiHiii, Fronted Feet,
drc, d'c, C"c.
Nos. 102, 104, 106 Front street, cor Alder,
THOMAS RYAN, - - PROPRIETOR.
(Formerly of the What Cheer House.)
HAVING OPENED THE ABOVE HOUSE
the proprietor wishes to announce to the .-,
public that he is now prepared to accommodate (
guests in a satisfactory manner at the most
reasonable rates. j
The entire house has been newly finished
and furnished throughout in the most complete .
and comfoatable manner.
Baggage taken to and from the house free of ;
BArJK EXCHANGE SALOON,
Main sreet, : : : Dallas, Ogn.
WINES, LIQUORS, POUTER, ALE
Bitters, Cigars, Candies, Oysters.!
ami Sardines will be served to gentle-
men on the outside of the counter, by a gentle
man who has an eye to 'biz" on the inside.
So come along, boys ; make no delay and
we will soon hear what you have to say. 1
32 W. F. CL IX GAT.
J C. B. S TI1-ESV
! Main street, Opposite Court House,
New Store ! JVcw Goods I
large assortment of choice
v WOODEN WARE,
YANKEE NOTIONS, Etc., Etc.
Also, a General Assortment of
BOOTS, SHOES AMD GAITERS.
I design to keep only the. CHOICEST and
BEST articles and sell them at a Small Profit
For Cash. -
MY MOTTO Q,uick sales and small
G. B. STILES.
HURGREN & SH1NDLER,
.Importers and Dealers in
The Largest Stock and the Oldest Fur
liiture House In Portland. "J
WAREROOMS AND FACTORY:
CORNER SALMON AND FIRST STREETS K
PORTLAND, OR EGON.
TO THE WORKING CLASS. We are now.
prepared to furnish all classes with constant
employment at home, the whole of the ti o
for the spare moments. Business new light
and profitable. Persons of either sex easily
earn from 50c. to $5 per evening," and a propor h
Uona.1 sum by devetiog tbeir whole time to ,
business. Boys and girls earn nearly as much
as men. Thai all who see this notice may Bend 1
their address and test the business, we make i
tVis unpar&lkJed offer : To such as are not well.
satisfied, we will send $1 to pay for the trouble
of writing. Full particulars, a valuable sam
ple, which will do to commence work on,, aui
copy of "The People's Literary Companion".
one of the largest and best family newspaper ,
published all sent free by mail. Reader, if
you want permanent profitable work, address '
E. C. ALLEN A CO.i"At't?STA, Maise. 3ft-.:
FRESH GARDEN, SEEDS I
OF EVERY VARIETY,
AT G. B. STI LESS' STORE?
Dallass, Jan. 29-3S-4t. ;
ELCH'S PREMIUM SALMON BEST
in market in kits or barrels. ' "' : - -
JVrsaloat COX EARHART'S,
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