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DALLAS, OREGON. SATURDAY, JULY 0, 1870.
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Is Issued Every Saturday Afternoon at
Dallas, Folk County, Oregon.
BY D. M. G. GAULT & COMP'Y.
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Mill streets, twu doors jututh of the Pustoffice.
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A KISS AT THE DOOR.
"Vc were standing in the doorway .
My little wife and f
The golden .uo upon her hair
Fell down s tTiiently,
A smxll white hand upon my arm,
What could I ask for more
Than the kindly glance of loving eyes
As she kissed mo at. the door?
I know nhe loves with all her heart
The one who stinds berltle !
And the yc;ira have been ? jnyous
Since fir.t I called h :r bride!
"We've had s much of bappinesa
Since we met in 'year before,
But I he happiest time of aU .w.'U
When flic kissed me at the door.
Who cars for wealth, of land or gold,
Of fame, or :ntchle power?
Jt does not give the happiness
Of jn.-t one littltf hour . '
With tine who love? me as hor life
;51u mys she "loves inc more"
And I thought lie did Hiis'inrnin,
WLen she kitsed me at the door.
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At titr.es it 'sterns that all th- world, ,
With-all iis wc ilth ot jfoJd, J
Is vcry sinaU iiiid po.'iindiipd y 'if j -'-
Ci?Qfnired with whaVllioM !
And whenthe clouds hang riuTand dark,
I ou'y tlunk the m ire
Of "one" who waits my coming step
To kiss mo at the door.
If she lives till agc-s sdiall scatter
Tae frost up m -h -r head,
I know fhe'il love mo jut the same
As the morning we were wed ;
But .f the Angel call her
And sh'o goes to Heaven before,
I shall know her when I meet h.r,
For idie'll kiss mo at the door.
A Mahket fur Grain. The Chi
cago Times, of June 6rh, contains the
following dispatch from New Yorkan-
- nonncing a state of alfiirs in Europe
which will cause a lively demand foi
breadstuff's in the Pacific coast markets:
New York, June 5 Private ad
Vices from Liverpool state that conti
nental buyers yesterday cleared the
breadstuff's market ahead of cuble quo
tations: iltnce the.'-Engiih purchas--ers
had to fall back on our market, and
the result wjs they swept it in less that)
ten minutes of two hundred thousand
bushels of beat, and were dissatisfied
tint ihey cmtd io jief a sufficient, sup
- ply of fiuur for immediate shipping
purposes. This day (Sunday )ordei
were received from Trance by cable for
further purchases, and there exist now
iio doubt that serious troubles are ap
prehended on the continent. War in the
cast of Europe is among the imtpediate
possibilities of the summer. Ilussia
, is again regarded as an aggressor by
'. the WesternPoweri, and it is believed
that Prussia this time will join - Francr
in preventing the Czar from dealing a
death blow -to Turkey. It is evident
that the Egyptian Viceroy's prepara
tions for war against Turkey are open
ly encouraged and aided by Russia,
an 1 the Crimean war may have to be
fought over again to keep the Czar out
of Constantinople. !
Old 13unshy farmed it away up in
Lichfield, and prospered amaztDgly.
One day while driving his bull up the
road, the contrary brute took a fancy to
pitcb his master unceremoniously, over
the fence into a ncwpWed field, lie
covering, from his surprise, the old man
got up, shook the dust from his clothes
and eyeing the bull inquiringly, who,
by-the by, having satisfied his whim,
stood pawing the ground and tossing
Iwa head up and down, addressed his
-bovine, companion as follows : ''Ye
needn't stand thar, yo darned old fool,
a bow in' and scrapie' ; ye did it a pur
pose, darn yc:"
A Louisville; burglar tied ai cork
screw, to the end of a pole ond palled
through a broken window the clothes
of the sleeping occupant of the room.
All's Well That Cnda Well.
A young girl, apparently about sev
enteen years of age, was seated upoa a
pile of cheese-boxes, with her two llf tle
brofhers, aired eleven . and thirteen
years. They were orphans, hound
from Alleghany, Pennsylvania, to Mich
igan, where they expected to fiod a
homo with an uncle.
After having purchased second-class
tickets for the three, the girl had spread
her old qui It on the pile, of cheeses
boxes and had prepared to pass the
night in quietude. She had hardly ar
ranged her nest, however,; before she
was accidentally discovered by a second-class
passenger, a tall young man
of twenty-three, who had loved her in
secret almost from her infancy, and
who, for the past two years, had been
rutting lumber on the Ohio river. Hav
ing acquired ahouf two hundred dollars
in bard currency, he cams to Cleveland
to participate in the celebration, when,
i3 he expressed it, "some mean cuss
had picked his t ocket of every darned
cent, but four dollars."
Being' unable to fii d the thief or
the money.'" be started for the West
with the determination to hire on a
farm. To his surprise and joy be found
himself on board the same ve sel with
'he object of bis heart's earliest affec
tion. Sliding rip to her, he exclaimed :
"Why Cynth'a Ann ! why, how do
nu dew ? I didn't hardly know you !
Whv, how you've growed I Where are
"I'm zoing to uncle's in Mivhignn,"
was the feeble reply. "You knew
mother was dead, didn't you V
"Why no!" and h;s voice ' softened.
"When did she die. Cynthia Ann V
'jShe died last January! Uncle
wrote to tug that if I'd come' up there
he'd iiivo me and the boys a home."
"vy ntiuf . Ann i ani the younr
man s voice trerob'ed. "I-e aocrs
h-uglit a heap of you! I told your
nor nor wnrn you wasn t more n so
hi'.'h that when you crowed up I was
riin' toj have yo. Now Cynthia Ann
just ssiy tlie word and you're to hum
MVhat'll become of the boys?" in
quired the agitate J maiden.
"I'll go. "with you and I-ave 'em to
your uncle's, and then we'll go West
ind hire but this tali and winter, and
then next spring we'll buy a small farm
md live to bum !"
The girl rave a warm sigh of 'accep
tance; leaned her head against the hon-
Mst breast of the hardy youth as much
as to say, if you want anything take it.
The man; snatched a kiss from her
ruby lips, sprang d iwn from the cheesc
boxe, and excl iiti'ed :
"If there's a Justice of the Peace
On this boat, I've got a job for him !"
"I'm a Justice of the Peace," re
marked a venerable looking old man
from York State, "remount the cheese
hoses and you' shall be a married man
in-. less than five minutes."
'Well, hold on. Squire! I ain't got
no money, but I'll give you an all jo
fired good axe."
'jNever mind 'about the pay," said
the worthy Squire; "I'll take Jiy pay
in seeing you happy."
The young man mounted the pile of
cheese, clapped the hand of his dearly
beloved, and in three minutes the cere
mony was performed he had entered
into a new existence. Kissing his lit
tle bride once on her ready lips, he
stated himself on a big cheese and
commenced, no doubt, for the first time,
to realize 'what he 'was, where he was.
what he had done, and what ought and
mut be done.
Starting up suddenly, he exclaimed,
half aloud, to himself:
"Well, by hokey, this is a pretty
hard way of passing the first night!"
The bride blushed, and replied--
"Never mind, John, we' are just 'as
happy as if we were rich. Come, sit.
Put John had an idea, and he was
bound' to put it in operation. Going to
his pile of baggage, consisting of one
largK meaUbag, containing a change of
shirts, socks, neckerchief and old boots,
he took from the leg of one of the
boots an excellent axe, and walking up
to the clerk's office, exclaimed
"I say, look here cap'n, I've paid for
a deck passage, but I want a bed for
myeelf and w-i-self, I ain't got no
money, but here is an all jofired good
vThe gentleman in the office replied
that the clerk had stepped out, and
would be back again in a few minutes;
whereupon " the man went back to his-
pile of cheese to look at his precious
treasure. ' j :::
Having our sympathies aroused,. we
hastily, ran around among the passeu-
gers, told the story, took up a collec-
tion . to procure a state-room for the
young couple. To the credit of our
lady passengers, they were,. the most
liberal in their donations " and in less
than ten minutes we had collected 814
93 Presenting this sum to the agree
ahly surprised young, we informed him
that he could now procure a state room
with two beds one lor.T himself ;and
wife, the other for the boys. .Thanking
us with big watery eyes, he rushed to
the clerk's office, whore he was met by
Captain, Pierce, agent of the i line,
Captain Evans, commander of the boat;
and. Mr. Carter the clerk. Captain P.
exclaimed : "" '
"Ileie, my good fellow, here's a tick
et for yourself tind wife trrgo to Chi
cago. Get, West as fast as you can ;
go to work on a farm and look out for
Captain Evans pulled out a glitter
ing c-iin and said -
"Here's fife dollars Tkeep yourself
in food condition and "
. Here, the; v. or b,y Captain forgot his
speech and ran 'off -laughing.
The clerk, Mr. Carter, handed the
man a key and said:
"You are welcome to one of the best
state-rooms on the boat. It has two i
beds one for yourself and wife, the
other for the boys."
Captain Evans having returned, ex
claimed, "Give theboj's another room !
They ain't no business in there. They
ain't no business "
" Hero he broke down with laughter
again and hurried away to give orders
on the boat.
The couple, now retired to their sump
tuous apartment as happy as poor mor
tals are allowed to be on thisoarth and
the pasi-engers gathered in groups to
praise the liberality Of all concerned'
and the comiCal oddity of Capt. Evans.
. xTni: IU;7::ti-rv Conductor Gris,
of the Cincinnati Times relates of an
old conductor, promoted to train dis-
patcnes as lciMoWs : -
Habit was exceedingly strong with
the ex conductor. As be sat in his of
fice he. would start every, time he heard
a bell riug and jell, "all aboard."
Thfn he would go about the office at
intervals and try to collect faro from
his assitants. We dropped in casuilly
one afternoon, and Hilly wanted to
know if we had a pass. lie couldn't
get accustomed to his new position. He
pined to be again on the road. , One
day he begged Jho boys to " put him
through a colli.-ion, which they did to
his entire gratification." ''They tore his
clothes nearly off, blacked his eyes,
broke a kerosene lamp over Im head,
and piled a red hot stove on top of him.
Pilly was in nn ecstaoy of . delight, and
declared he hadn't enjoyed himself so
much since he had a bile.
"Why," said Miss Anna; Dickinson,
on one occasion, stepping forward to
the footlights and commencing, a lec
ture with a lofty. flightof .ebquence.
"Why was. thorn?" She paused and
a thrill ran through the audience.
Again the rich tones of the win?ome
woman rolled over the expectant audi
ence as auain she repeated the ques
tion. "Why was Lborn?" and again
she paused, that thec due impression
might, be made by Irer hearers, before
she answered her own question. "Why
was I born ?" she asked once more in
touching and almost painful accents,
when a wicked boy, in the gallery
shouted, "I give it up !" ' :
A country clercryman, paying a pro
fessional visit, to a dvirif; neighbor, who
was a very churlish and universally un
popular man, put lire usual question
' A re you willing to go, in y" friend ?"
"Oh, yes," said the sick man, "I ; am."
"Well," said the simple-minded mtnis-
ter, "I am glad you are," for the'neigh-
bors are willing."
The meeting of" the National Execu
tive Committee of the linion League
meets in New York, June 28th.
The London press is highly pleased
with with the appointment of Provost
Paradol as French Minister to the Uni
A man in Tennessee gave his child
ren bdbug poison, and took some him
self, supposing it , to be "whisky. " The
children died, but lie will survive.
Public baths are to be opened for
free bathing in New York to-morrow.
The men have the gfoUth'em certain
days of the week and the women the
other days.- : ;: .;'"" ' ''',v-'T,vr:rf dJ-f
The yaclit - Cambria,- with Ashbory
on board, has. gone to Tendejsvons 6ff
Kinsale. Ashbury wiU bring toT Amrs
ica valuable nr zea tr ho nfferpA.fnr tha
How Pat Dng the Well
Not a great while ago, an Irishman
was employed in a village where, was
well known to dig a well, jro bono pub
cof The contract was made that he
was to be paid a certain sum per foot,
and warrant a free supply of water.
At it he went with a will, and his daily
progress was inteqtly watched by inter
ested parties. Early and late he delved
away faithfully, deep down in the earth
full. .of: confidence in the speedy com
pletion of his labors, He had reached
the deiith of about twenty-five feet and
soon 'dkpected to "strike water." Early
in! the mornitig Pat returned to the
scene of his labors and horriole to fcll.
it had caved in-and was ' nearly full
Hegazed with rueful visage upon the
wreck, and thought of the additional
labor the accident would cause him
After a -moment's reflection he gazed
earnestly around and saw no one stir
ring, then qui :kly divesting him-elf of
his hat and coat he caref'u ly deposited
thetn on the windlass, and speedily
made tracks Torn neighboring-eminence
that overlooked the village. Here, hid
amonr the undtirgrowth, he quietly
awa e ' the prore.-s of "events. A-
the! morning wxre on. the inhabitants
bciran to arouse and stir about. Sev
eral were attracted to the well, think
ing! that as Pat's coat and hat hum:
there, he was below, of course, at work.
Soon the alarm was raised that the
well had caved in and that Pat was in
it. j A crowd collected and stood horri
tied at the fate of poor Put. A bricl
consultation was held, and soon spades
and other .implements were brought to
dig out the remains of the unfortunate
man.- To work they went with a will;
when oue set becomes wearied with the
unusual labor a dozen ready hands
grasrjd the implements and dug lusti
ly. ; Pat quietly looked on from his re
treat on the eminence, while the whole
village stood around the well, and
with breathless suspense the work go
bravely on. As the diggers approach
ed : the bottom the excitement of the
bystanders grew intense, and they ep!
lecfed as near as safety wou'd admit,
gazing fearfully down into the well
With great cure and precaution the dirt
was dug away, and whin the bottom
was at leith reached no Pat was dis
covered. The crowd, before so anxious.
gradually relaxed into a broad grin,
which broke forth in upionous merri
ment when the veritable Pat walk
up with a smiling countenance and ad
dressed the crest'-fallcn diggers, who
now stood weary and soiled with thou
labors. Through the kindly aid. of hi.-
fellow - citizens Pat soon finished his
we'.l. and it remains among the monu
mcnts of his genius to this day.
The Frentdi practice souadron is at
Newport, Khode Klund.
TheC ensus Superintendent asks an
appropriation of 2,3iG,UU0.
The report of the intended recall of
Motley is discredited m London.
Eighteen hundred tons of ice were
sold in New York city on June 25 h.
The Fenian trials at Canadaigua.
New York, are postponed until July
Three hundred clothiers' pressmen
in Boston have struck far higher wages.
It is said an American offers 6100,
000 for Dickens' residence at Gad's
: The Howard investigation is closed,
and Gen. Howard is fully vindicated.
e .run . om
uiiles, is wade
TT16 rnn' from Cheyenne to Denver
over the new road
iq ye hours
The manufactures of Cincinnati last
year amounted to more thau 100,
000,000. A fund of 8100,000 has been secur
ed for the library of Princeton College
Shocks of earthquake were felt by
sensitive people in Now York and
HrOok vn Juno 27th .
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.our caps of sunstroke occurred in
New York June 27th, : uotwithstandin'g
the; weather had changed aud become
: A destructive fire in the woods on
Long Island has destroyed about three
thousand acres of timber. Loss esti
All liquor shops in New York will
be j kept closed hereafter from one to
five, o'clock a. m., and also on Sundays,
un'ler a penalty of heavy fine.
-The City Council of Richmond, Ya.,
decline to accept the J ff. Davis Man
son from the Government, unh ss
the latter .will pay rent fur it while io
its possession. Bather cool.
Pl OF ESS ON A L CA RDS, d C.
"WAS'. IcAIIV,' " '
AtVy V Coiiuseilor-al-Law
McMiuuville, Yamhill Co., Oregon.
Particular attention given to tho study and
practice of Crimiridl Law, Collection, of Claim,
iotes, Accounts, etc.
jr. k. sites, n. i.,
Physician and Surgeon,
Ilavinff resumed practice, will give special
attention to Obstetrics, and the treatment of
tte diseases of Women aud Children.
J SfrOffiee at Jits residence. : .
L. VI X EYA K I).
N. I UlTLKU.
Wy & Coinisellor-at-Laii
Dallas, Oregon, 'n
will give spoeiai aitentmn to tue collection oi
Chiiios, and all business entrusted to bis care.
llEFKKKNCTiS lion. Jdui l?umetf, II.. ng.
R. S. fctrahan & Sjiuipyon, JIou. A. J. Thayer.
' Jio .
. ft'. SSOASU, M.
OFrrr-E At Nichols' Drug Store.
U. I). .1 lil'l'RIX, AI. It.,
Physician anil Surgeon.
Special attention given to Ohstetries nnd
li(vii t W. i'ipii. Iff
J. M. 1.1VIIaO, AS. J.,
lJiysici:?H and Surgvon,
Indejiendenre, Ogn. 1
T. V. R. J2iiihrec.
v si s a ax & u s: a e or
A.MI1Y.. YAMHILL CO., OREGON.
35 Office at residence. Uvl
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law,
Will practice in all the -Courts of .Record aud
Inferior Courts of this State. -.
OFFICE In Watkinda & Go's Brick, up
SULLIVAN & WHITSOW,
Attorneys & Counsellors-at-Law,
Dallas, Oregon, '
Will practice in ail the Courts of t!;c ?tat-. 1
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law.
Special attention jrivon to Collections and to
matters pertaining to Ileal Estate. 1
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f. A. ' Applcatr,
Dallas. Piik County, Ogu. 1
I.eAvisville, Folk Co., 0U..
Has recently returned from the Atlantic States
Andotfeas hi? r .derii.tnal services to the citi
zens 'f the County. .
Particular attcution given to Female Dis
cas;9. ' . 2-tf
N. B. K SIC II T. - w. r. LORD
A 1 1 ' y A: Con 11 sc 1 1 o r-a t Law,
Comer Commercial and fstate Mreets,
jloi.ite I,atd t Hush's llauk,
Will practice in the Supreme Court ntd tbe
Circuit Courts of the Second and Third Ju
dicial District. 2-tf
GEO. U. CLKlitV.
U. lU ULliV.
. . . . OREGON.
A i t 'y &. C o 11 si s c 1 2 o i-a f - L a w,
e. r. nrssr.M.,
Ileal Eit'tte Attorney. Xtnry Pubhr,
RUSSELL &, FERRY,
Real Etafc Brblsers, ant!
Northwest Cor. of First and Washington
PORTLAND - - - - - Oil EGO 51.
Special attention piven to the nle of Real
Fstite. Collections made in Oregon and the
"Property, town lots, improved farms. Etick
ranches, land?. &".. situated in the best portions
of Oregon and W T., for sale on reasonshle
terms. "- n,"1' '3-tf i
, ' A. I FOSIBKM, c .
: P.- S. ITI A'TTESOIV,
Physician, Surgeon U AccoicHer,
llueiia Vista, Polk Co.; Ogii.V 'r
Will attend promptly to professional call?.
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S5KS'1GS LODGE No. "ii F
A. M.. Dallas, holds its regular ens-
mtiui.vitions on the Saturday oieccding
the Full Moon in each month, unlcsx the moon
fuils on Saturdaythen on that day, at. vne
o'clock ' ' "
' Ao on the second Friday in Tneb raonth
at 7 u'cloek, P. M , fT the purpo2 of improve
ment ol the Craft in Masonry, fctnl for such
other wotlt as tne Master may f(rtn ;tiuii to
time order. . . i
All Brethren in good standing are irvKed to
attend. 13y order t-f the - , -Wi. M.
MOI?r THAN 200,000 VKliSOS
BearHestimony to the AVonderfut CurativB
ESVjcta of ' , . h ;g
ur, JOsern waiuera ;t
Manufactured fion the n.vtiv.: Ikrlis iird lli.ots
ol Cali rni:i,
r.-j&y- The Great hod Tunficr '"v
FOR IIJFLAMMATOKV AND HI HIN
IC It 1 1 K V M A T I .M AM) UOUT..IiYPK!'
SIA or IN'lKi EST! OX, lULrOCH, Rt.MtT
TEXT" and 1NTE11M11 TEN T FE'Eli,
DISEASES OF THE, I5L"Jl, 1,1 V ER,
1 KIDXLYS and I3LA1)1E, thet HITTEKS
! fiave boeu most sueeF sful. SL't.11 iJlEA.S-
ES are caused hy VITIATT-D 15LOOD. whjrh
is gencrallv produced hy dcrajignuciit ot - tLe
VlOESllVE OHUANS. - ..,,2
CleHrso the Vitiated 'Blood whenever you
find its impurities bursting thr uh thefkitv;in
I'iutplea. Eruption?, or l-cn-s: ,clfiir.p; it wfctn
you find it obstructed and sruypSs'i iri 't e
veins; cleanse it when it is foul. and your feel
ings will tell you when. Keep the blood heuN
thy, and all will lie well. ;:u '" ' "-.-'
, AGENTS, , ...."
U. IS. HScllO .M ; cVvC!p.,
Iuspurtiiig Vhole&ale . :
1 f VG 11 I 8.T S, '
Corner Fine and Sansome Street?, Sun Fran
cisco, Cal., and Sacramento, Cab, ai.d
34 lMatt street, X.Y. ;
S-ly . 'f
Carriage nitd Ornatsic nl al
. sins i a i te ii.
Conxncrcia rtreet, ' ' '
21-tf SALE ST.
MAIN STREET, INDI2PCN DF NCIi.
MNE WIXKS. MQl'Ol;S AXT) fEGAKS
1. ."erred to cutotner! on fh'.rt notice.
This establishment d(e. nyt d:.pcr.ae 'tangle
foot tr anything of that character. , ,
C at the Gtm.e,
,: 21-tf . - .
I Corner Mill and Main streets, Dallas.
filifiTfji A: ("a chit In CI
TTAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Snihei, of all the common sizt e. nd irt
thcjlest worbinfinship, at their Snh and I'oor
Factory, which they offer for Fale ati cheap, as
such articles can he purchased elsew here.
i They are aleo prepared to fill all spreialW
ders for work in their line promptly, cheaply
Give us a trial, and you will be satisfied. 1
2 ntnGS A CAMPftELL.
T WTT.L SELL OH TKAT'B FOR JTOfcpr,
1 cattle or phecp. mv (AMI It A art! I
TOGKAPIIIC SilM'K; also tnv jw T h t
house and Gallery ill Palius. For pani til ;s
inqidra of B. F. Nithcdt or
10 tf C1IAS. LA FOI.T.I'TT. '
F 1 Eta I Settle mi nl.
W7M. CmiRCIMLT. Ar)MINl5TBATOU
? of the estate of J. I. liv.s. ?cc e ;!ed,
having filed his fir.nl account and aked fir
final settlement of the sau:e. It i irdrel by,
the Court that Tuesd.iy, July 5tb, 1S"0. 'e 't'
f:r the final hesrinjr of aid accc urts ; i a 1 11
persons interested therein are required to Bp--penr
in the County Court f f pnik rounty'.'Ore-'
jron. on that day. si d 'file thi ir oVjectioi a ta
the pntue, if ar.v there " b. ' -
lb-lv J. L. COLLIN'S C. Judge.
Agents! flcaci T his
Irjl? WlLt. PAY-ACFNTS A SAI
I V ary of S3() a week aud expend, or
allow a commisfiou, to veil our new amli.woa-i
derful inventions. Address
M. WAGNER 4 CO,
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