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TOWN & COUNTY NEWS.
DALLAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1870.
Polk County Official Directory.
Polk county covers an area of about 1,250
square miles. Number of voters, 1,227. Acres
of land under cultivation, 93.270. Value of
assessable property, $1,524,513. The Land
Office for this District is located at Oregon
City Owen Wade, Register; Ilenry Warren,
CotrxTV Officers. Judge, J. L. Collins;
ComiMstioners, fa. C. Dice, I. Levens! sheriff,
j. w. smitn; uierc, j. l. inompson; Aseor,
II. Davis; Treasurer, R. M. May; School Su
perintendent, J. II. Aljer ; Surveyor, S. T. Burch ;
Coroner, U. D. Jiinbree.
Post Office Towns. Bethel, Bridgeport,
JJuena Vista, Dallas (county seat), Eola, Grand
Ronde, Independence, Luckiamute, Lincoln,
Lewisville, Monmouth, Kick real, Salt Creek
and Zen a.
U. S. Mail leaves Dallas for Salem on Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday at 7 a. m., return-
lug same days at 6 p.m.; for Independence,
each Tuesday morning at 6; for Salt Creek,
each Tuesday at I p. m.jfor Lafayette, Mon
day and Thursday at 3 ptm., returning Wed
ncsay and Saturday at 10 a. m.; for Corvallis,
Wednesday and Saturday at 10 a. m., returning
Monday 4nd Thursday at 3 p. m. ;
EELIGI0U3 SERVICES IN DALLAS.
M. E. Chnrclt. D. L. Spaulding, pastor.
Services at their church, north side of Mill
street between Main and Jefferson, as follows :
First Sabbath (in each month) in the even in?;
2d Sabbath, at 11 o clock a. m.; 3d Sabbath,
in the evening. Regular prayer meeting each
Wednesday evening. Sunday School every
babbatn at Dj o clock a. m.
Uaptht Church. J. W. Osborn, pastor. Ser
vices at their Church, corner Court and Jeffer
son streets, the Third Sabbath in each month.
Chriftt'an Church. T. F. Campbell, pastor.
Services at the Baptist Church second Saturday
and feunday in each month.
Methodixt, Eiriicoprd Church (South).- B. R.
Baxter, pastor. Services the First Sabbath in
each month at their Church, southeast corner
Washington and Church streets.
Postland legal tender rates, strong at 88c
.Tall Wiieat. Mr. Reuben Glaze tells us
that he has growing wheat that is seven feet
high. Who has taller ?
. t .
Returning. Mr. Drury Davis, who went
East a few weeks since, is on his way home and
ii expected to arrive next week.
Foi Pleasure. Six teams, containing
"pKsvure excursionists, passed through town
on day this week, on the way to the Ocean
Beach at Salmon river.
. Deputt. Mr. F. M. Collins is Deputy Sher
iff for Sheriff Smith during his absence, or
until the Sheriff elect assumes the duties of
Fon Montana. Mr. W. W. Boone will start
on Monday next for Montana, with about SO
bead of beef cattle. Mr. B. will stop in Mon
tana probably until the fall of '71.
Ballob's Monthly. This excellent maga
zine, containing 100 pages of interesting read
ing matter, is published in Boston, Mass., at
$1 50 per year.
Cavalry Horses. A drove of SO head of
horses were taken through town this week,
destined for Van cover, where they will be
turned in on Charles ltussell's contract for the
Damp Wkatiieii. During the past week
the weather has been rather damp and cool
very nice for late sown grain, but a continu
ance of it is liable to cause fall grain to lodge
Lost. Between town and Mr. Joseph Lig
get's farm, an iron rod about eight feet long
The rod is a part of a brake to a wagon. The
finder is requested to leave it at Mr. Crystal's
Wild CirEititr Balsam. The memory of
Dr. Wistar is emba!med in the hearts of thou
sands whom his "Balsam of Wild Cherry" has
cured of coughs, cpid?, consumption, or some
other form of Pulmonary disease. lP-2t
Ox A Journey. Mrs. P. C. Sullivan start-
el on Monday last to visit her relations in the
Atlantic States, whom she has not seen for
about eighteen ycar3. She
alout sis weeks.
will be absent
Prices Reduced. Mr. Teal, believing that
no good reasons can be given for keerinr ud
the price of work above those of neighboring
places, will now shoe the horses of cash cus
t imers, all round, for two dollars each.
Beautieitl Flowehs. Mrs. Lee Robb has
caused our table to be graced this week with
one pf the most beautiful nosegays that we
have seen this year. It has perfumed the of
fice like unto a garden of roses. The donor
will please accept the thanks of all in the of-
jfice for the rare treat.
Prospectixg. Mr. Joseph Liggett and
apU Burch, together with several others,
iSiarted on Monday last for Southeastern Ore
gon. They go to look out a favorable location
for stock raising, but will, on the trip, take no
tice of any places where gold is likely to te
found. Their absence is for an indefinite pe
riod. Gut Down. That low oak limb, to the east
of town, that has pulled so many Buggy tops
off, is itself pirlled off a thing that ought to
have been dons long since. Speaking of that
obstruction to travel brings to mind an inci
dent that happened to some Salem beaux and
bjlle?, about a month and a half since. This
company of young folks drove through town
in a gay carriage, inquiring where Dallas was,
and making much sport at our expense. Well,
the upshot of the matter was, they drove down
the road, under this limb, and pulled the top
off their carriage. It is supposed they found
Pallas, as they didn't see fit to pass through
town again with their turnout tied up with old
State Fair Grounds. The improvements
on the State Fair Grounds, at Salem, are being
prosecuted with vigor., The new stables and
barn are already finished, and the work on the
Pavilion will be commenced this week. A new
fence has been built around the race track, on
the turn next to the Pavilions and a seat plac
ed thereon for the accommodation of visitors.
Mr. J. Welch has the race track tinder his
personal supervision, and will have it in better
order than ever before. The Manasrers are
making every preparation for the success
the coming Fair. The Fair this
mences October 10th.
Killed a Deer. Last Saturday morning,
Mr. T. G. Richmond conceived the plan of
capturing a deer right easily, and accordingly
started out with his young hounds and his
shot-gun. Ho expected to find his eame on.
the creek about two miles above town, and he
did. The pups, after bcatin? about in the
brush a few minutes, started a magnificent buck j
that came boun ding out within range of the
fatal gun, and, of course, Tom did not stop to
get off his horse, but sent a charge of buck
shot into the animal, that caused it to lay down
in a death struggle. The deer was a fine one
and very large.
Axncal Meeting. The annual meeting of
the Christian Brotherhood has been in session
of toT .1 T : : ,i..: k I
WUIi' giuuuu, ui-m uiAio, uu.iug m
week, and we understand that very pleasant
and Drofit&ble services have been had. Tha 1
number uniting with the church has been quite
larj;e. The officers in the church have deter
mined to make some substantial improvements
in the Monmouth school, both in the way -of
buildings and other matters. Professor T. F.
Campbell is at the head of the school, and is
one of the most popular educators in the State.
Rumor lias it that the whole denomination
will unite and throw its entire strength to this
institution. If this is done it will soon be a
favorite resort for students desiring a classical
or scientific education.
M AH It! CD.
HUBBARD BERRY. At the residence of
the bride's parents, on the 19th day of June,
by Isaac Staats, .J. P., Mr. Joseph R. Hubbard
to Miss Nellio J., daughter of Thos. -Berry,
Lsq., all of Polk county.
Beware "bf Tooth Poisons Vended un
der the name of Dentrifices. Adopt and ad-
hero to the only preparation that really .pre
serves the teeth and hardens the gums, fra
grant Sozodont. Its effects on decajing teeth
are marvellous. -
mends Crockery, Wood-
en Ware, etc.
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xne uve x euueuuury uuuviuis
escaped last weetc nave Dcen recap-
ii i i
turcd. Another convict, named laker,
has since.escaped, ana is sun ac large
Gounskv. who was arrested at Salem
as a repeater on election day, was ac-
The walls of the Commercial Ilotel
in Salem have been raised fifteen feet
high. They are to go about thirty
The largest raft of logs ever moved
at once on the Pacific coast was brought
to Portland from the Columbia river
rri rt ii
j.ue ran, .was inree mues long
and contained loirs enough to make
three million feet of lumber.
The Oregoniati learn3 from a dis.
patch th.it the contract Ior carrying
the U. . Jiail from Portland, Uregon,
to Sitka, Alaska, has been awarded to
Ben Holladay; service to begin July
The La Grande paper reports that
mining prospects in Jiaker county are
unusually good. The opening of the
ru.v i i. v"uo" 1V- .
zation of manv hiirh expectations in
WaiMnt- VIITAM (1 I lt II l10 1 1 1 3 fill T VI U TOOI I
J c l
The Commercial savs: We haver"" "a1"'"11""" F'"""
I . . . ,i . . i
authority to State tnat tne corps OI Civil
endneers employed for the purpose
have completed the survey and the es
timate tor the construction ot the lirst
twenty miles of the OregOU Central
Kailroad trom 1'ortland to xUCJiinn-
ville and Astoria. .
Report reached the Albany Register
on Thursday that on Wednesday Mr.
Jos. S utile, who lives in Lebanon or
viciniiy, wmie riuiur u wnu uuise, wm
thrown violently from the animal's back
breaking an arm and fracturing the
skull by the fall. The accident hap
pcued some three miles from this city,
The .Congregation Association held
its annual meeting at Albany last week.
The Corvallis Mercury has beefl re-
now offered at two dollars per year.
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The authorities of Corvallis have de-
termined to gravel the streets ot tneir
They had, last week, a calf at Cor
vaihs with two heads, eiimt legs, one
body and two tails. Now they have
only the skin.
The only Fourth of J uly celebrations
we have heard of this year are to be
had at Euarene Citv and Salem. J II.
Mitchell is to orate at Eugene.
The State Journal says: A party
of prospectors left this place 4iring
week for the Ulue Itiver mineswher
ever that may be. A quartz miner
from Nevada is among the number,
- . . . .
nnd it IS DOSStble that Some new deveN
opments may De maae.
E. L. Applegate gave a reading at
Eugene this week for the benefit of a
poor man, who recently lost a hand in
a saw mill.
The Eugene City Guard says : A
great many citizens of our JJcounty are
going over the military road to hunt
homes east of the mountains. Thos.
Morgan passed through town on Wed-
nesday mornino-with a large drore of
Sheep coin eastward. Mr. Ilinehart,
BUCc)rgwu cdstnaiu. xxi. xwucuaiv,
oi uamas owail. starteu a lew aavs ajo
of Camas Swail, started a few days ajo
with 1,900 head, and Jos. Southwell,
or uoast lVork, preceded him a lew
days with a drove of about 1,000, be-
sides a great many others with, smaller
A large force of men are now at
"k n the- railroad beyond Aurora,
The road will run directly through
that place, v
A dirpatch from Marysvilla, "Cal.,
June 13th, says : Ten or twelve em
igrant families went up on the Caluor-
nia and Uregon Kailroad to-day. en
route to Jacksonville, as an advance
party of a colony of 20 families from
The grasshoppers have made their
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annearance in miter county in penecc
swarras. Last summer they devastated
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i f J v " I v I'll in ill l J ii I ii li i I v I . I v ri i i t , v . O.LIL1 l
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the larmers all tear they will do the
crops in this valley a great deal ot dam-
age this season. Nothing will prevent
this calamity unless it is heavy fall of
From the Baker City Democrat :
From the most authentic sources, we
learn that the amount of moneys ship
ped below, through the public chan
nels of transportation, during the
month ending June 10th, aggregate
ad,daU Uo, ot which 40,li73 Mi was
in gold dust,S12,453 12 in bullion,
218 40 in coin and 8505 in valuable
packages. In addition to the above we
have received information of a consid
erable amount or gold dust having
been, carried to Portland by private
parties, but what the precise amount
was it is impossible for us to conjec
ture. Stephen Smith, of Aurora Marion
county, tells the statesman ot the dis
coverv ot a mineral SDnn2r near tne
r i .1
luruier piuue, wuibu oius lau iu iivai
an otners as a resorc ior invaiius. a ne
1 . 1 l ...x H L ,.C
is locaicu auoui a umu west ui
Aurora, on land mat nas neen purcnas-
i 1., .i i i
ed by the Ucrinan colony and is said to
be far superior to any of the mineral
crrinrre li aratriFitra l-nnron in Mile tralliiw
M o ... . . J
Thft nrnnrmtors w II immed ate v nro
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ceed t0 erect houses and aU the neces.
g attachments for a fashionable re
sort jud!riD2 from the reputation of
those engaged in the matter, and the
tavorable location ot the springs, there
is little risk in predicting for them a
The three ways to enrich a State are,
to augment the capital, increase the
number of laborers and to stimulate
a. : i- . i. ii mi.. :
uie luwuuvu io .auur. ia irnc
of the number of laborers is reaUy an
1 . n .1 ?; 1 x...
eniargemeni or uis capuai, ior mo
work of an unskilled laborer is worth
about six hundred dollars a year; thus
if the immigration into this State be
one thousond this ycar, the capital of
i .i - . n t saa Ann
the state is augmented oy ouv,vuu
The increased number of laborers also
makes creator the incentive to labor.
but especially is this the case where in
ternal improvements are undertaken
Ij a creat n'umber of band are Cr
nloved in the Various factories for an
P10Jea in U1C various iacioricb, im au
increased demand la at once created ior
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i i i : i-
auu uu aigumeui ia ucuussaiy iu piuvv
that a home market is better than a
Then it is to the interest of every
person to induce all to come into the
State possible, and so treat strangers that
their abode shaU be pleasant and agree-
aDe. Don't let them become disgust-
ed with the country aud the people for
. . - , p ,
thu 13 the usefulness of the new out
zen made less and a desire to return to
the old home made so great that no
happiness remains for him in Oregon.
The whole Republican ticket in Boise
I , , . .
COUnty, luano xerruory, is icpiicu
a 1 tA Aoooocnr Aiiflifnr iml
s elected except Assessor, Auditor ana
I a .
Treasurer, and Ada county secures her
. ... j A ... n
Sheriff, Treasurer and Auditor. (Jwy-
jieQ ect3 her two Councilmen, one As
semblyman, Treasurer, Uounty UerK,
and District Attorney-
To plunge a young lady six fathoms
deep in happiness, give her two canary
hlnl half a dozen moonbeams. 12
tmrf's of silk, an ice cream, several
rosebuds, a squeeze of the haud and
the promise of a new bonnet. If she
don't melt, it will be because she can't.
Grocers should remember that hon
est tea is the best policy.
lie who never gives advice, and he
i wnci never iukus it. uic uu?Twifcj
wuu "evf . . ' J
Telegraphic Summary. I
Washington, June 18. Rogers
Green is nominated for Associate Jus
tice of the Supreme Court of Wash
Internal llevenue receipts for the fis-
rr- j. -.k r'e
lnxreusury iu-uayt VLVV.tOi ,OUO. oin
certificates, 834,004,000. Currency
nrrrri . rt T -. n r .
vmuu, uuuc xv. wasuiugiuu
specials say there is considerable ex
cuemeut uuiuu extremists m
to the nomination of Ackeriuau. It
seems he served iitteen months on the
staff of Gen. Robert Tombs, during
the rebellion, and had to have his d is
abilities removed bv Consress. His
friends admit this, but claim that Gen.
Tombs, who was a warm personal
friend, thus protected him from con-
uuiuu mail. . .luc uumiuauuu wjs ic i
ferred by the Senate in executive ses
sion to the Judiciary Committee
lhe limes special says there is a
well settled belief in Administration
quarters that there will be a partial re
organization of the Cabinet before the
en(l 0f the session. The -Seeretarv of
state. Seeretarv of the Naw and Sec
retary of the Interior are named as
i 1 ...
niAnihora TPtinca rncwvntiAno r rrv Ufa
iu o i? liuciv vciuimuu3 tit nov
iy to be presented
sT. Louis, June 18. Ceneral Canby
arrived here yesterday, en route for the
Pacific, to take command of the D.e-
nnrtmpt nf thp. (kmimbia vice (leneral
Dispatches from Fort Hayes, Kan-
sas, and otner points, report Indians
. 1 Y 1
very numerous between Camp Supply
and Bear Creek, all on the war path.
Several government and other trains
and herds have been attacked, but SO
far the Indians have been driven ofl.
One taain wa3 corralled two days at
Ovnsum Creek fijrli tincr Indians. A
train from Camp bupply was attacked
four times. It is no longer safe lor
trains or herds to travel .without a
Uoston. dune lhe House has
refused by 90 to 122 to receive he
bill providing that no contract for
Coolie labor shall be made estend.ing
beyond the period of six months. The
oiv.nlnnmpnf. nf PliJnnsft In shnA mnk in rr
at Adams was the moving cause
n? tua .nA hn.l nrontl a Cnnntinn
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Wasittvothv Juno 1fiT)nnr,t
are expresscd aboat thc confirmation of
Ackernian as Attorney General, but a
careful canvass of the Senate indicates
there is very little opposition against
Chicago, June 19. Washington
specials say tqe working men are urg-
ing the Senate to pass the bill prohib
iting contracts tor servile labor, lhe
recent importation of Chinese shoemak
ers into Massachusetts is stimulating
New York, June 19. Forty of
one hundred and fifty Chinamen reach
led here Irom lioston yesterday, it is
renorted thev failed to tret eronlovment
r . . . ,
'n h.f., Cl' f aVs
ninr. n that a nirtv or sixtv (.hinnmen
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was ianded here yesterday by the Nor
wich (Ct.) boat.
Office, No. 64 (Adjoining Telegraph Office),:
Front street, Portland, Oregon.
SPECIAL COLLECTOR OF CLAIMS
Accounts, Notes, Bonds, Drafts and Mercan
tile claims of every description throughout Or-
Sn and the Territories, WILL BE MADE A
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I S ' l I I A 1 . I Y Ai 'I Ml ' ,Y I : I I I . I . I' I : I
ED, as well as with a due regard to economy
in all business matters intrusted to his care and
the proceeds paid over punctually
REAL ESTATE DEALER,
Oii Sea and Land the
As a remedy for the "sea-sickness which be
sets the voyager on his way to and from Cali
fornia, and for the disorders which assail the
unacclimated emigrant in the - unhealthy dis
tricts of the interior, HOSTETTKR'S STOM
ACH B ITT E US will bo found equally effica
cious. On no part of the continent has the
value of this pure vegetable elixir, as a spe
cific for epidemic diseases, been so clearly de-
msnsfrated as in the new States and Territo
ries lying contiguous to the Pacific Ocean. As
a mca'ns of preventinjr the distressing and
dangerous attacks of fever, and the "dysenteric
and diarrhoeal complaints which are engender-
ed by pt,i3on in the air, or by the use of water
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contaiuuig a vegciaoie or mineral laini inuui-
-AnfMW,ii-.nnn-;ftP tft -nv
other tonic or alterative in the world. It acts
as a preventive agent by strengthening and
exhilatill, the whole physical organization,
and producing a regular naot ot rouy. .
I 111 lit tUC llULiltlU ejOlVlll ictjUHf) v vuaiiu .
resist the deleterious affects of malaria, is in
creased vigor and vital activity, aud these are
the inevitable results of a course ol this cele
brated tonic and corrective. It promotes ap
petite, facilitates digestion, controls thc liver,
regulates the bowels, braces the nerves super
induces sound and wholesome sleep, invigo
rates without exciting the pulse, and imparts
buoyancy to the animal spirits. The body and
mind toned and cheered by its genial opera-
ration, are in a condition to repel all exterior
influences which tend to produce disease, rlux
dysentery, billious remittents, chills and fever,
rheumatism. Ac. are almost always causeu oy
fttmostihcric noison acting upon an unfortified
system. Braje up the organism, and cheer
the snirits. ith this wholesome medicated
stimulant, and then neither the malaria gener-
I tB4i bv the filth of crowded cities, nor the ex
t uiiittiiu v uvn "
.nv;nffl... riart. will he likelv to nroduce anv
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ACRfcS OF FARMING LAND
in Pilk county, two. miles from
Dallas, on the road to Salem, all under good
fence, repaired this! spring; 175 acres now un-
der cultivation. 25
acres of timothy meadow,
anJ weU watered fevfDrintrs and wells : three
dwelling houses and one good bam on the!
farm, and two goo J bearing orchards. Belong-j
ing to this prairie and is four timber lots, one
lot of fir timber containing 1-10 acres, situated
five miles off, and is the nearest timber to the
valley and very valuable for rails and building
purposes; 61 acres of oak timber two miles
distant; 26 acres of oak timber two miles and
29 acres of oak timber one mile distant These
tracts of land together make one of the besti
grain and stock farms in Polk county. Can,
be divided advantageously into three or four
farms. - j
Terms, $14 per here, to be sold together for
caslrinhand. Apply to !
Russell & Ferry,
86)f ACRES GOOD PASTURE AND
farming! land, on Lnckiamute: 20
acres in grain, 6 acre planted with white beans,
good orchard bearing, and good range for
Price $1,100, including, crop, if sold before
Ktisscll & Ferry,
Real Estate Agents, Portland; Ogn., or of
D. M. C. GAULT,
15-tf Dallas, Ogn.
rmilE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC
ML s invited to jthe improved facilities which.
i nave recently mauc to my apparatus, oy
which I am able to take i
S itt in2f I
Thus making the heretofore task of getting
correct likenesses ot tuiijUHiii.i a matter
of small moment . j
Gallery located on Main street Dallas.
i W II ""AT'Pt'IJT I NT :
Dallas, April 22, 1S70.
J. W. CKAWFOHD.
T. B. XE1VMAX.
TIN AND STOVE STOR
one Door South of
Post Office. j
Dallas - - - - - - - Oregon.
fflllE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE TO
. Jl inform the citizens of Dallas and vicinity
that they have replenished their stock ot tm-
ware, and have
on hand a large assort-
Box and rarlor Stoves,
Of every description
. Also a large supply of
W Ire, &c-
Having procured the services of a first-class
worUman we are now con.tant.y manufactur-
iug all kinds of tin fishings for stoves and
e. -e ... 10.-.1, 1
unutis uw. i""
Stove Hollers,' Coffee and Tea Pots,
Tea Kettles, Milk Pans, Dippers,
Lard and Butter Cans.
And in fact, all articles of tinware usually
found in stove an tinware stores, all of which
we offer for sale Jit price? that will justify pur
chasers to patronize us rather than Salem or
Portland shops, i
Special attention'will be given to
Of all kinds.
In conuection;with the stove and tin store,
we will continue; our
Where will be kept all kinds of seasonable
meats, both FUESll and SALT. !
In' exchange for goods in our line wo will
take all kinds of country produce, such as j
Butt.r, Eggs, Chickens, Flour, Bacon, &c.
Wo invite the public to call and examine
our stock. CltAWFOKD & NEWMAN.
Dallas, March! 4, 1870. ' - 1-tf
C raw Ior (I & Newman,1
. j OF TnK I
PIONEER TIN & STOVE STORE
AVE A NEW
Japaned Ware, Porcelain Lined Stew
Pots lor I ruit, a CSreat Variety! of
Gem Pans, Pressed Patties for Tarts,
Cooking Spoons, Kg'fr Beaters, Broil
ing Fixtures of Improved Pattern,
Rolling Pins, &c, &c. j
CRAWFORD & NEWMAN.
Dallas, April 15. 1870. 7:lf
VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF THE
County Court, of Polk county, Oregon,
made at chambers, on the Uth day ot April, A
l. ibtu, the undersigned guardian ot thejmi-
nor heirs of J. yv. Boyle, deceased, will ffer
fr sale at public auction, at the Court Hmse
door in said county, on Saturday, the '.Hhiday
of July, A. D.j 1S70, bocween the hours of 9
o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. of said day.
the following real estate belonging to aid
wards, to-wit: Beginning at the N. V. corner
of the donations land claim of J. W. Boyle, in
Township 7, S- R. 5 west: running thence
south 18.78 chains : thence east 33.58 chains
to the west line of the' land sold y J. P. Boyle
to Dan Chandler: thence north with Chand-.
ler's line 18.78 chains ; thence west 33.53
chains to the place of beginning j containing
6: 0( acres, more or less, situated in Polk Co
Terms of sale are U. S. gold coin, paid in
band at ths time of sale.
j JOSEPHINE P. BOYLE,!
15 4w Guardian.
COME Atr, YE THAT DEStltfc
Pleasant Domes in a Goodly Land and
RUSSFCX. & FFI&it
Seal Estate Brokers and C611ection''Ageai,
N. Y. Corner of First and lVashiugtoa
D. M. C. GAULT,
REAL ESTATE AGEMlU
At the Eranth Office,
Dallas, dlk C'ountj-, Ol-egcftt
That is to fay.hat the lands of "Shinnr7'
scarcely attract the attention of the Emi
grant who wishes to purchase a deeirable home
in a fertile, healthy region, while lands in Ore
gon can be purchased for a small amount -of
n e now proclaim that special attention wi
be given to the purchase and sale of Real Es
tate ; and moreover, we cheerlully impart the
information that we have a large amouut of
Etc., Etc., Etc.l
For sale at reasonable terms
Iu tho Best Portions of ths Statd.
And in conclusion, we Would impress upon
the minds of persons desiring to fell Real Es
tate that they incur no expense in placing
their property in our hands, ubIcss a sale is
Particular attention is directed to the fact
that a large amount of desirable lands can b
purchased at the Branch Office,
DALLAS, POLK COUNTY, OREGON.
D. HI . GAULT,
Beal Estate Ageuti