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TOVtl& COUNTY HEYS.
DALLAS. SAT CRT) A V. .titi.t- o m
.Polk oonnty -covers an area of afeout 1,250
qoa.ro miles. Number of voters, 1 ,227. -Acres
f land uader cultivation, 93.270. Value of
assessable property, $l,24,5i3. The Xand
Office for this District is located at Oregon
City Owen Wade, Register; Henry Warren,
Cocvrr vrrtCT.n.mjuagc, J, II. Myers;
Commiptt'onrr; J. K. Pelashmutt, Wm Jones ;
Skeriff S. T. Burcb ; Clerk, D. J Holmes ; A-
eor, Wax Ridgcway; Treasurer, R. M. May:
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Buena Vista, Dallas (county seat), Eola, Grand
Jionrte, Independence, Lc!aTOute, Lincoln,
Lewisville, Monmouth, Rlclireal, Salt Creek
and Zena. ' I
TJ. B. Mail leaves Dallas for Salem on Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday at 7 a. m., return
ing same days at 6 p. os. ; for Independence,
each Tuesday morning at 6; fe Salt Creek,
ach Tuesday at I p. m.; for Lafayette, Mon
day and Thursday at 3 p. ml, returning Wed-
ncsay and Saturday at 10 a. in.; for Corvallis,
w nn. sat,ia. . in - .
Monday aud Thursday at 3 p. m. ,
RELIGIOUS SERVICES IN DALLAS.
3f. E. C7wrcA.D. L. Spauldinff, pastor.
Services at their church, north side of Mill
street between Main and Jefferson, as follows:
First Sabbath (in each month) in the evening;
2d Sabbath, at 11 o'clock a. ru.; 3d Sabbath,
in the evening. Regular prayer meeting each
Wednesday evening. Sunday School every
Babbatn at 5J$ o clock a. m.
Rttptht CJiureh. J.W. Osborn, pastor. Ser.
Ttces at their Church, comer Court and Jcffor
son streets, the Third Sabbath in each month,
Ciriti Chmrch T. F. Campbell, pastor.
Service! at the Baptist Church second Saturday
and Sunday in each month.
iftiliociit EpUenpal Church B. R.
Baxter, pastor. Services the First Sabbath in
each-month at their Church, southeast corner
Washington and Church streets.
Postlaxd legat tender rates, strong at 88c
Girowirfc -The' hot weather is not without
its advantages, for the corn is growing at a
rate seldom equated in this State.
The !arjest and nicest turnips we have seen
this rummer are from the gardens of Mr. T.
Pearce, near Eola.
Cocstt Officers. The new board of coun
ty officers filed their bonds this week and were
worn into tffice. - Matters aront the Court
House this week have been quite lively.
JlAnvKRTijro. Our farmers are very, gen-
rally cutting hay. this week, and. some of them
bave commenced in their wheat fields. The
hay crop Is provinjr to be very good, and the
time may'be said of the grain crop.
pRotirie. Mr. Wm. Ruble, of this connty.
Informs us that he has this season' marketed
IS00 ealtons of strawberries from one acre of
ground. ' Why is it that every one does not
cultivate thw most excellent suaamer fruit?
Soarj-S, H. Way is eanrassing the cou;
ty and offering for sale the receipt for making
MoultonV Tftborf Saving Soap. The compound
has obtained quite a reputation, and is said to
te an excellent, preparation for washing pur
Tfnmsa PanrT. The party that went out
last week have, returned. They tH marvetl- j
oas stories, ana from tbe ta?t tnat tncy al
want to go again, wo are of the optnion that
they had a spTendid time. They killed deer,
because we eat a piece of one.
IToEAtAf!. Mr. Drury Daiis. returned
liome last Sunday from the Atlantie State.
Jfe is of the opinion that Oregon is a more de
sirable residence than any place he saw while
"absent. Mr. D. brought home with him a
sample of the best wheat he found, but it i3
not such as grows in this State.
Ciuct a-BarthoIomew'a Liltaputian Circus
performed DcrC on Thursday night last, and to
jnstly7 criticise we mast say that the entertain
ment Is one worthy of patronage. It Is an un
asaa! (sight to see. a goat ride on horseback,
And more so when .with Lores iu full run be
leaps banners and bridges.
ITkw Pakr. The prospectus of the Daily
and Weekly Oregon Bulletin is published. Jas.
O'Meara is the publisher. There will be a
morning and evening edition of the paper,
he publisher announce that it will be the
'largest paper ever published In the State. The
publication will be commenced on the 18th
TiC5ic. Preparations are being made for a
Sunday School ptnie, to be participated in by
jfli the schools of Dallas. The arrangements
. are Mt fully completed yet, but tbe mothers
r and sitors are requested to prepare a bounti
ul supply of food for the little folks, as there
4$ nothioff like a full stomach to make child
ren have sweet tempers on such occasions.
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of,K Cp. Bible SociKTr. Mr. Wm. Adam
fColporteur of4h Polk coty Bifele Society,
eanvassed the county ana1 made his report
,tbe Society, from which it appears he bo tw-
ited 695 families. He found 44 families ,4eti
rfnta of the Hoi v Scriptures, 36 of whlck fca
, - w ,
supplied ; 25 Bibles and 3 Testaments were do
atd, and 33 Bibles and 22 Testaments sold.
Number of miles traveled estimated at 725,
,nd number of days employed 92.'
-EtLRWOAtB flooM. We" visited the Ellen
lale, Woolen Milli this week, and found every
one abont the premises busily engaged making
wcoten cloth. The clas" of good manufae
tured so far this year ha een confined to
flannels, tweeds, ond hard-time, but what has
. ten manufactured Is of the finest qualltj
We never have seen a better class of tweeds
. .and hard-times from any mill, and customers
v ijua brdly fall to be satlsSed with tbe par
bae ot .these gooa.
i jReai, E stats PjULKft.-Ye call special at
tention to the new advertisement of Wm. Dai
yda??IEl' PPoringJeleewbere ii our col
umns. Mr. Davidson is special agent for a
large' amcun, of splendid city' and Baft Port
land property, consisting of lots, blocks houses
and stores ) also, improved farms and unculti
vated lands, located in the vicinity of Portland.
Mr. D. carries on a general agency business;
and persons who entrust their business to his
care will have the im ntt.n,iA.i X
. w ....vuuvil J WAIU
promptness, and in a satisfactory manner. 1
FOCRTH AT AMITr.In thi
JljV commoottr and idivi,W
;?en tb dJ kerned tost. At Amity, in
county, tUe day was observed Jbv a
school exhibition in the open air and picnic
js wr r ...
i n.,. . iMaae, wno lias engaged for
a year to teach the A tnlfV ft A Vl Alt? aHHaM'nlAn.1
- - &t PllfCrllUlVUVI
d the exereises. The Declaration of Indel
pendenee was read by one of the students and
Prof. Blake delivered a short oration. After
which other literary exercises were had by
the school. Johnny Watt received
much applause for the manner in which he de
livered & declamation, dressed in Indian war
costume. The dinner Provided was excellent.
as stich repasts almost always are. Tho audience-
present numbered about 300 souls. We
re indebted to Mr. Catterlin for tho informa
tion above detailed.
Heated Teiw. -We begin to believe in the
mithical story of the Salamander, for if the
denizens of this place don't come as near liv
ing in fire as that fabled being, then wo have
lost our guess. On Saturday last the temporal
ture was decidedly tropical, the thermometer
running up to the nineties. Sunday was' warm
er, and Monday, the 4th, the mercury raied to
101. Tuesday and Wednesday were the hot
test day of the week, with the extreme tem
perature of 103. Thursday and Friday were
Warm dav. the mrnsnrrmpnt tiriniF lfino
r w -- " -' -r u v 9 r w
These observations wcro taken with the ther
mometer on the north east side of the build
ings, the location supposed to be the coolest.
The nights, too, have been exceedingly warm
more so than is u?ul in this country. In
residence of eighteen years in Oregon we do
not remember to have experienced so long a
term of hot weather. Notwithstanding the
high temperature cf the past few days we have
jtieard of no cafes of sunstroke, a thine mos
remarkable, when we consider that 90 heat
in the Atlantic cities enures scorrs of cases,
There is luiae quality in the Oregon climate
that fortifies the human system for enduring
At the residence of the brida's father. In
Ruena Vista. July 3-1, by J. M. Connor, J. P.,
Mr. O W. Huhbard aud Miss A. C. RL'2. alt
of Polk county. .
The Siafesman mentions the arrival
of Sheriff Craig, of Union county, who
had in his custody Geo. Dodson, con
victed on the charge of murder in the
second; degree aad seotcuced to the
Penitentiary for life.
The Wniametfe river above the falls,
having raised several feet from recent
rains, is now faUi2 raDldlv.
On .Thorsday near Eugene City an
Tndian, about, twenty years of age, was
killed by a half-broed named Morsel.
Dtth were drunk. -
The vote for Trenurer in "Wasco
county was a tic, each candidate re
ceiving 511 votes. Ihey cast Iota the
other day and the office fell to Mr.
J. F. Ileridcrstn, of Marion county,
has beenltentenced to thg Penitentiary
lor five vears for horse stealiog. The
Statesman says that at the time of his
arrest he was negotiating some heavy
purchases, includinpr some of tho beet
farms in Marion eounty. As his spec-
utations in land are brought to .so sua
den a termination, it will, perhaps, bo
some little satisfaction to him to trans
fer his attention for a few yeais to the
preparation of building materials -brvck,
The Oregontvn announces that pood
limestone has been found near Poca
hootas. Where is that plaee, neigh"
bor f ;
J. M Curley, well known to survey
ors and draughtsmen, died in Salem on
the 5th inst. Curley was a civil engi
neer and had few equals as a dranghts
man. : h fiw f( ;i
Washington, July 1. -Tn the Sen
ate, to-night, the vote on striking out
tho income tax, was reconsidered, and
Wilson's amendment, continuing it till
the end of 1872 at the rate of 2 per
cent, adopted. The Senate classifica'
tion ' on cigars was also restored. .The
public debt statement shows a rcduc
tioo during une of $20,203,773 The
coin 'balance is 113,760,048, including
$04,547,120 in coin certificates; cur
rency, $28,045,007. ,
The President has nominated Felix
A. Matthews, , of California, Consul in
Tanuter : Kdward Johnson, of South
Carolina-, Consul to Talcahunoj Moses
Grinnell, Naval officer of New York ;
Thoa. Murphy, Collector of Uustoms
for rew York.
Tho President has signed the acts to
nte the foreign and coasting trade
Ja tn nrflvfinfc the extermination of
vaBHiB a.a w w w : - -
f upbearing animals in Alasla..
i. Tbo 'amount .of interest falling due
on bonda held as sinking and ppecial
una; amounting to 9,350,000 coin, is
o be sold and used to purchase more
bonds. " .
In tho House, tho following bills
were passed : ; Forbidding the convey
ance of Indian reservations by treaty
o any other grantee than the United
States ; protecting settlers on United
States lands under the benefits of pre
emption orhomestcad laws j prevent-
ing iurtncr sales oi puDtic lanus in
Dakota, Nevada, Nebraska, California,
Kansas, Arkansas and litah, excepting
under pre-emption and homestead laws,
and forfeiting to the United States the
lands of the Opelousas Railroad. !
Chicago, July 2. Gen. Butler is
preparing a speech on the labor ques
tion In rejrard to Chinese, he will
take the position that while they have
a right to come here, no contracts by
which gangs of thein are imported
should be allowed. i
Gen. Sherman has received a report
from Gen. Sherman, eivincr an account!
of his recent trin through the Indian
, - - T
country. He savs that the military
posts are very weak, poorly garrisoofd
and not strong enough to quell an In
dian war. ! ' i .
The Trihitne's Washington special
savs tnat tneicontract unocr tre AlasKa
fur se'al bill, Will undoubtedly be given
consisting ot ten lalilornia ana lour
Connecticut gentlemen, with John r.
Miller, former Collector of the Fort of
can rrancisco,as rrcstaenc. !
The benate proposal lor an cxpcdi- j
tmhn. Vrl. P.O to nr. n rrr.,1 in
. - s . - ii ai 1
aiiv 4 1WIIH I. UiV ac ,vuvm I vvi: in i
wuu a reuueuoa or one-nau, so ine
amount appropriated JS .but .)0,000.
a av avLvtv f a a t L'lwvst. v aw iu v v
the comuiittco, to morrow..
Washington' specials gtvc the volenti
executive session of the Senate, on the
Saa Domingo treaty. Colo voted for
the ratification,. Casserly against. An
analysis of the; vote politically shows
that if all the Democrats had refrairxnl
from voting the treaty would still have
Santa Fk, New Mexico, July 2 -A
letter to the Post from Grant crtun.
ty new silver mines snys they are 5,000
feet above the level of the sea. lhcre
is a population at Ralston the new vil
lage of two hundred. Two hundred
dnd eighty-five lgd-:CS have been dis-
covered and over 50 claim., not being
made in conformity with the Territo
rial laws, arc thrown out, but arc being
re located about as fast as they lare
opened. A "municipal government (has
been formed and a Recorder elected.
There is no duubt of tho immense
wealth of many of the claims. A! ca
nal and railway company with a capi"
tal of 81,000,000, has been formed to
take the .nr tn th mliis at tho r vrr.
the nearest river L.emg canine, ana. to
carry water tn the canal to toe mines.
. a.a- a
Apache Indian country, and the sett c
tuent will be a great fecunty to the
pionccrlfettlersand travelers. i
CW Afid Very rich Sliver mine have
been discovered fijlht niiles from I'ortJthc pirita, with this whcknorue tuedicatcd
IJayard. Dcliuhtful showers of train
have Talk n at intervals during the ipast
two weeks, and the crops, at one time
regarded as atmoft a failure, now give
promise of a lull average yield.
Our It all roads.
The word now is that Bcu Ilolladay
has bought the franchise of the Port-
land, Astoria and Mc3jinuviiIe
road. This is a move that we don't
clearly understand, unless it be ao-i-tive
declaration that wc will not have a
railroad for a long time to come, j Ilol
laday may be able to build both roads,
but, with the evidence now submitted,
,f Lrv rTKr.,1 r.,H.n ll An
43 ,v.j uu. v
it. Last winter it was announced that
, . ? '
iiiu cars wuuiu uc running iulu cawm
by the 4th of July. Now it is noi fore
gone conclusion that they will visit Sa
lem before the 1st of September, if
then. Six months since it wasj pro
claimed that the cars would carry v the
wheat crop out of Linn county' this
fall. Now the time is postponed to '7J.
w If such be ; the snaiTs pace on the
east side of the rivef, what may wc ex
pect on this side, when no work has
been done ? Wo feel as thougb wej
had been chiseled out of our. rights,
and don't like it. !
Paris runs a Japanese newspaper.
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Syracuse purposes a picfric of G,000.
.i ": - - - - - in ?
Odd Fellowiihip is to be established
in Germany. ;
Mrs. Laura C. Bu Hard is to cdif the
An Tndinnain has just hung himself
having jbcen married a year without
any divorce. 'p.. .
r The j canny Scots of Edinburgh
wouldn't let Schneider dance the can-
can in t,heir theaters.
r English grocers use chromate of lead
to an almost fatal extant in th0; xbiU
iftration of suar. j
' Pearls and Rubles.-. When rosy lips
part, pearls should flitter Behind them.. To
preserve and beautify ' the dental ' enamel,
there is no preparation like Stzodont, a com.
pound of tho most wholefome, vegetable antu
septics, among which the Baik of the South
American Soap Tree, known to the natives of
Quillay, and used by the Spanish American
for cleansing without impairing, the most dcli-
c ate fabrics, is most important.
"Spaulding's Glue" will just auit you. :
VIstar, Wild Cherry Balsam. This
Balsamic compound has become a home fixture.
Let all who suffer, and have in vain attempted
to cure their coughs, colds, bronchial or pul
monary complaints, make use of this unequal-
Office, No. Cl Front Street,
PORTLAND - - - OREGON.
Real Estate Dealer.
Special Collector of Claims.
A larjre amount of CITY and EAST POUT-
LAND Property for Sale.
Alg0 IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable n
cultivated "LANDS, 16cated in all paru of
PROPERTY, made for corresponding,
CLAIMS of all descriptions promptly collect-
. CTft,.ri!. . .
All kinks of Financial and General Agency
Parties having HHJl PllOl'fcUTl for sale
. . . . . .
will lueiso iurnu tiecripuins 01 ine xaniw
to t A(KNx.s OF THIS OFFICK, in
each ot the priodiral CITIES and TOWNS
Oh Sea. and Land the
As a remedy for the seaiIclnfs which l.e-
?ets the vyair?r on his way to and from Can
fornix, and ftr ilia disorders whirh assail the
unaccliinated emigrant iu the unhealthy dis
tricts of the interior. HOSTET TKR S STyM'
ACII BITTEK.H will be found qually t-Gica
clous.. Un no prt of mo conuneni uas tuc
alue of this pure vegetable chxir, as a pe
ci5e for ejidctai diseases, trfen so clearly de
muftrated as in toe new htates ana lurrito
lies tving contiguous to the PaciSc Ocean. A
a means of T'r'cntin2 the distressing atd
dangerous attack f fever, and tho dysenteric
j and liarthal complainU whi' h are eogender
d by poison in th air, or by the use i ( water
containing a vegetable r mineral taint inimi
cal to health, it is Cfnfcsiedly superior to any
othtr tonic or alterative in the W'r!d. It acts
as a preventire. agent by strengthening am
t:xhilaratitg the whola phycicai organisation
and prilucing a tegular habit uf bo ty. Al
that the Isuniao sytm requires, to tn ble it to
rcMrt the ik-letcrious aUrcts of madam, is lu
created vigor aud vkal actirity, and these are
the ineTituUe veult4 f a cureo d this cele
brated tonic and comctire. It promotes ap
petite, facilitate digettirn, controU the liver
regulate, me noweis, oracca iu uervr. super
ratc without exciting the r.ule, aad impart?
1 iuijancy u tn annual spirits. iue ouy anu
f . . . . t
I a a AAniiirtAn t ra rr.! Ail a V tnrin
i,1fsencs which t?n4 t produce due. Flo
tlrsentcry, i.iihu remitieotji, cluisni fever,
tbemnaibm. Ac., are almoM alwaj,. aiu4 by
.v.ffio. -Iirwe up the eritat.iiu. and cheer
lu,,?l&ne,tVV -,-m ltltfnct
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halation f nw aoilf. nor tho vapid wat r of a
fpringUea region, will bo likoly to produce any
erious conseqiieotcs. l'-
The Cheapest More in
THE ELLENDALE STORE,
2 1.2 Miles West of Dallas,
ri AS BEEN
1 1 laTffest and host stock of goods
brought iuto Polk County.
Which wo propose to sell I.-OW flit than
fty tcr tun in tho county, for CASH or
0ur lt"k nt of every dcfcrtioTi of
iKWUt generally kept in first class country
Also constantly on hand a large assortment
Made in the Ellcndalo Mills, which wo willl
ell very cheap.
Ellendale, July 0, 1870. ' 19-tf
Notice of Final Settlement.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF POLK
County, Stato of Oregon, in the matter of
the estate of It. M." Jones, deceased, Geo. P.
LitchGcld executor of said' estate, having, filed
bis final account in mid Court praying a final
settlement of the satne, hat ho bo
discharged from farther liability as such ad
ministrator. Therefore, notice is herehy given
to all prsts interested in eait estate, that the
said Application will be heard and determined
at the Court Iloue in Dallas, on Tuesday, tho
ftth day of September, A. D. 18JTfl.
J. II. MY EH, Co. JulSe.
ly th, 1870. 19-iw
WM, B WIDEN, ADMINISTRATOR OF
the estat of David Uarden, deceased,
having filed his final acormnt and a?kcdfora
settlement of tha same, it is ordered by tbe
Court that Tuesday, the 6th day of September,
1870, be set for 'the final bearing of said ae
count f and aall perrons interested in said es
tato aro requested to ntpear in the County
Court of Folk county, Oregon, at that day,
and show cause, if any there bo, why said ac
count should not be nllowed and bc tiled, and
said administrator (Uncharged. .
J, U. MY ER, Co. Judge,
iVA W AD VEHT1SEMETS.
11 Q- ACRES "OF FARMING LA'iD
I (OLf in Polk county, two -miles from
Dallas, on the road to Salem, all under gooa
fence, repaired this sprang; 175 acres now un
der cultivation. 25 acres of timothy meadow,
and well watered by springs and wells ;v' three
dwelling houses and one -good barn on the
farm, and two goo I bearing orchards. IJblong-
ng to this prairie lacd is four limber lots, one
ot of fir timber containing 140 acres, situated
five miles off, and is the nearest timber to the
valley and very valuable for rails and building
purposes; el acres of oak tuubcr two miles
distant; 26 acres of oak timber two miles and
29 acres of oak timber one mile distant. These
tracts of land tog-ether make one of the best
grain and etock farms in Polk county. Car,
be divided advantageously into three or four
Terras, $14 per acre, to be sold together for
cash in band. Apply to
Kussell & Ferry,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
D. M..C. GAULT,
. Dallas, Orogon.
QQffc ACRES GOOD TASTUUK AND
(illl farming land, on Lnckiamute; 20
acres in grain, 6 acre planted with white beans,
good orchard bearing, and good range for
Price $1,10$, -including crop, if sold before
,1 RncII '& Ferry,
Real Estate Agents, Purtland; Ogn., or of
M. C. GAULT,
- PICTaJIlE ALIER1
THE ATTENTION' OF THE PUBLIC
is invited to the improved facilities which
1 have recently made to my apparatus, by
which I am able to take
Thus making the heretofore ta.k of getting
correct HkeuesKes of CHILDREN a matter
of small moment. '
XiMiallery located on Main street Dallas.
W. II. CATTEULIN.
Dallas, April 22, IS70. 8:1m
J. W. CRAW'FOUD.
rtTrtvpci? ti v ivn rnri? Tnni?
Front Straat, one Door South of
Dallas - Oregon.
f jlHE UNDEHflNFI) 7DG LKAVJ3 TO
1 inform the eititen of latlas and vicinity
that they have replenished their ttock of tk
ware, and have now oa band a large assort
Baz and Parlor Stoves,
Of every deacription. Also a large mpply of
U Ire, Ac-
Ilavlnj; proecred he rervTces of a firt-clas
workman we are now constantly manufactur
ing all kinds of tin fariiibings for stoves and
for farmers me. .Such ar
Stove Holler. Coffee and Tea Pots,
Tea Kettles, Milk Pans, Dippers,
(Lard and flutter Cans.
And In fact,' all articles of tinware u.mally
found in stove nn tinware stores, all of which
wetjffcr for sale at prices that will Justify pur
chasers to patronize us rather titan Baksu or
Ppeci.at attention will to given t
Of all kinds.
In connection with the store and tin itoro,
we will continue our :
Iff 12 AT MAKiitiT, -
Where will bo kept all kinds of .seasonable
meats, boih filESll and SALT.
In exchange for goods in our line we wUl
take all kinds of country produce, such as
Butt r, Eggs. Chickens, Flaur, Bacon, &e.
Wc iuvite the public to call and examine
our stock. CKAWFOUD A NEWMAN.
Dallas, March 4, 1870. 1-tf
PIONEER TIN & STOVE STORE
JJAVE A ttW AND SELECT STOCK
Japaued Ware, Porcelain Xlurd Stew
Pots tor 1 rutt, a Croat Variety of
Gem Pans, Pressed Patties for Tarts,
Cooking Spoons, Eg Heaters Droll-
in Fixtures of Improved Pattern,
Kolllng Pins, Ac,
CRAWFORD A NEWMAN.
Dallas, April 15, 1870, 7:tf
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF THE
Counry Court, of lolk county, Oregon,
made at chambers, on the 9th day of April, A.
D. 1870", the andersigned guardian of the mi
nor heirs of J. W. Boyle, deceased, will offor
for sale at pufclie atwstion, at-ihe Court House
doar inaid county, on Saturday, the 8th day
of "July, A. D. JS.70, besaocjj bo hours 6f 9
o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. of said day,
the following real estate belonging to said
wards, to-wit : Beginning at tho N. W. corner
of the donation land elaiui of J. W. Boyle, In
Township r, S. IX. 5 west,-running thence
south 18,7 chains thence east 33.oS chains
to the west lino of the land old by J. P. Boyla
to Dan Chandler tbence north with Chand.
ler'a liae 18.78 chnanaj thence west 33.58
chains to the placo of beginning;' containing
63 08 acres, more or less, situated in Ab C.
Oregon. ... . "
Terms of sale are TJ R. gold jooin, paid in
hand at tha tints of sale
JOSEPHINE T. BOYL15,:
15 4w G-srdiaa.
NEW A D YEJi TISEM JLNTS. .
ANDERSON &; IIROWnL,
- SUCCESSORS TO B. STRANGJ
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
OF ALL KINDS, .
Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Copper
Zinc, Brass & Biocft Tin.,
Force and Lift 111111 ps,
CAST TIN AND ENAMELED
Tin, Sheet-Iron & Cop)er
Warc. C:;at Variety of Gem Pans
Iron and Lead Pipe, of all sizes, fr Xlaa,
r, . . MPl'LES, .
RE TURN BENDS RUBBER HOSE,
STOP OQCKS. JWSE PiP6,
PLUGS, y. HATH TUBS. J
In ail its branches done to order, at the aland.
of JS. Stran,
Uuloa Block Commercial St., Salem
1870. Gilbert Bros. 1870.
SA1.C3I - . - - - OHEGOTCa
Men4i Tap Solo Sewed Boot.-......$14 Oi
. Men' DouMe 5o!e, Sewed Boot-.. 13 00 g
M Men's Single Sole, Sewed BU. 32 002
w a -
w .urn B lap cui, i icu wi9...... jlm. vv
m - - oo - -
. Men French Kip Doots.... 9 GO
Men's KJp Boots, Cteegon orOUi-
2 fornia leatlicr..
Men's Best French Calf Sew.d Ox-
ford Ties... r..
Men's T.oct French Calf Pegged Ox-
7 00 2
JVrd Xies. ........
rpHE PEST BRANDS OF FIVE NC II CAIT
1 used in all our boots, and every pair
warranted tT give sa refaction. We also Lave
the largest and best selected ttock of Eastern
and California made Doots and Shoes which
we offer at wholesale or retail at prices which
defy competition. ;' " .'
OAK OLI LKATJ1EH, FUENCTJ!
CALF, KU' AND UFrU
Shoe llackiqery a?o4 -everjlUnc gcncrall
found in a Leather and FinTm;r H'jve.
Gold coin paid for HIDES and FURS.
Salem, Ogn., March 10, 1S70. 2 Cm
lVltolrsaleand Itctail dealers u
AND A'ANKEE NOTION.
this orroRTHNiTY or
V J intonning tbo public -that we have just
received a large inroice of
Of jill styles, direct from the manufactories 1o
the East, Oor stock is the r.
largest vcr offered In this If at Vet,
Which we ivill ee"! at nholcsalc and retail
CHEAP as any other oe in 1&e Stale.
YEATO'N & BOON.
Salem, Ogn., March 10th, 1870. 2-tf
T HE " OC CI DE 'iV T A L,
Formerly "WESTERN HOTEL." '
CorDtr of Xirst and Morjlsou Streets
. P011TL4ND, OJiEUON,
Messrs. SMITH & COOK
HAVE TAKEN THIS WELL. KNOWN
House and Refitted and Refurnished i)
throughout, making it by far the BEST 1101
TEL IN. PORTLAND. j
N. B.- Hot and Cold Baths attached to ih j
House ox tho benefit of Guests. . t
feiUTH 4 OOOJv, i
. . , - Proprietors. .
Portland, April 14, 1870. ' T:tf .
lu rear of the Capital Hotel Corner,
AND CARRIAGES TU UV.x
IX reasonable terms. Fnaeial attention
paid to transient arid boarding horses.
.UOOTn PLAMONDON, ,
Aeiits! Reatl TIais
WE WIIJ. PAY AGENTS A SAIW
r ry of S30 ft week and epens e
allow a commission, to sell our new aaa won
derful inventions. Add-rcsa fc
. U. WAC.-NER A CO.,
v . ' Majridjiall, Mlcb.