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TUVIJ& COUNTY UEVG.
DALLAS, SATURDAY, JULY 18718707
Folk County OHcIal Directory;
Pelk county cover an area of about 1,250
qaare miles. JN umber r to teri. 1,227. AcroB
of land under cultivation, 93.270. Value of
assessable property, $1,524,513. The Land
Offlea for ltil District ia locatad at Owm
?3ity Owea Wade, Register Henry Warren,
.Receivers ;;a..'w m :
Mrnr Owcznjl j; iL MyrV:
"vi.ouiuuii, ,T m iiooes: i
ijf, 8. T. Burehj Clerk, D.J Halmeas A-I
r, Wra.Ridgeway: Treaturer R. M. Mav : l
Post Orncr Tow5s.--Bethei, Bridgeport
pdena Vista, Dallas (county seat), Eoia,iraod
Itonde, Independence,-Luckiamute, Lincoln,
Lewisviile, Monmouth, Rickreal, Salt Creek
U. S-MaJt. leaves Dallas for Salem on Mon- 1
day, Wednesday and Friday at 7 a. m.. return-
Aug same days at 8 p. m. j for Independence, j
aea Tuesday morning at r fr Salt Creek. 1
acb Tuesday at I p. rn.; for Lafayette, Mon-
day and t bursa ay at p,m., returning Wed.
nesay and Saturday at 10 a. m.; for Corvallis, j
Wednesday and Saturday at 10 a. m., returning
Monday and Thursday at 3 p.m.
EELIOIOTJ? 8ESTIC2-3 IH DALLAS.
M. E. 1 cs nca.D.' L.' Spauldin g, pastor. I
Services at their church, north side of Mill I
street betireenMain and Jefferson, follows:
First Sabbath (in each month) in the evening ; j
2d Sabbatb, at 11 o'clock sw m 3d Sabbath,
in the evening. Regular prayer meeting each
Wednesday retting. Sunday School every
feabbata at y o clock a. m. i.
. aHreJUJ.W.Osborn, pastor. Ser-
rices at their. Church, corner Court and Jeffer-
aon streets, the Third Sabbatb in each month.
CArMma CTrdL-T. P. Campbell, pastor.
Services at the Baptist Church second Saturday I
&nd Sunday in each month. . I
Jlfetkod lit Eaineooal Ckurch (South 'H. R. I
Baxter, pastor. Services the First Sabbath in 1
each month at their Church, southeast corner f
Washington and Church streets. v
Pohtl.vsd legal tender rste strong. at 8SJc
.-3Hj Dear Senator."
"Ed. Republican :
I believe von live in Polk, where
.there w no brains. AVhat a pity!
What a blow to Uoise and Sullivan !
It don't make much difierence about
.us small fry, but to think that "my
dear Senator" should be so suddenly
,broujht to a knowledge of the fact that
.there is no brains in Polk, is indeed
humiliating. Why was it that wo were
so unfortunate as to not have tome of
,the brains of the JHade to assist us ?
Snali VMiwArfnl nrrrfln and ro nhlv fid.
1 - - - - - o j -
i ted ! W hy, it looks j ust as though
they used brains for ink.
Why didn't Mc. write to "my dear
Senator"' something in this wise: I
am the only "man iu Oregon "what is a
man' "Didn't I stand by Dave, and
.come near electing him? Dave has no
trains, or he would not have forgotten
me. He is dead now, though, for he
,has lost my support. No man can sur
mtXrw nliiiH T A.lt Jff Vtta VOaA IT I til ti
.Made I've got -brains, and anybody
-who don't say so, after perusing my lit
tle papery can't appreciate tho article
I am a big Injun. I was elected State
JPjinter once, and from that small start
il j ut see what I have arisen to,! there
fore, tall oaks from little acorns grow.
Bilking my frieod3 is -what C call
grains, and if that be true, I have more
- than any man in Oregon.
"J have bummed all I can out of
everybody that knows me. I have ob
: 'tained money under false pretences,
and the only reason! have cot been
i ionored with a seat in the pen assembly
is that these men who have loaned me
money are afraid of my ability. 1 bor
rowed 20 of Whitson in' Portland,' at
the same time I borrowed 0150 at the
fcank upon the indorsement of. Hon. J.
N. Dolph. I spent the money ia gamb-
ling, and for other purposes that would
not please' 3Ir&. Mc to hear. I paid
the 6150 because I was threatened
' with prosecution, but the 620 I owe
Whitson I don't intend to pay. I got
.all I could out of him, and, after lying
jto him about one hundred times about
,paying 4itm, I have concluded to stab
ffjiim linHthe bads-fforwant of brains.
I am a vvery tig man, indeed. You
, ;nave,no aea, "my aear senator, , now
' - much I am appreciated. Just look at
. .. tha P.iritj Rtttd. and then ween.
"Some people here jmagine that tho Or
f Ionian amounts to something, but
then what , did .-it; do in this election.
vi : The truth is, what th0 association of
centlcm an (so-called) was to the De
mocraoy in the Iatampaigh I would
like to be to the Republicans, with this
Aiiffercnce, that wnue tney assau meir
. political enemies in , a .very scurrilous
: and dirty manner, propose -to abuse
mv frlflndafnr. vou know. I have
brains. Strange to ay, "my dear Sen
ator," the Republican party refuse my
counsels, because the leaders - don't
know a good article of brains when
Know goou article oi uraius - -wmvu
i, Tirti nA Rimmnn
wouldn't do anything for my little pa, -
per, because they couldn't, appreciate
brains. You .know 'that tW R'rf is
Z w, . Vyr f, arucie01
brains. Whitson and Lafolletle would
not do nvthin until tlw nA .
cnSlderatl011 Or a promise, wllichl of
"7 "ve uecn ior ine waniOI
brains. My influence is being felt Wore
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more cveaa7v Why, my dear
uvuowi. iubv ecu now i nave risen in
" t 1 .
SCaiO Of greatness: First editor
.ynw' ana ""V'tO crown my un-
precedented success, comes tbe great
L 14, - r ; . ' , V , i V
"battle Of Waterloo Which I fought
unaided and alone. I used to have
HV" VICV"V ,UUUCttW uut uow
"thank Heaveo," I am above - want,
j . ..... v
auu noso wo aon , me tt greal
man only show a want of that article
iL - . , . .. . ;
mat, mey naven i got m rolK Drams.
ThurA ar anm a whrt rMnt t W U 5Wt
of much i mpsrtance to have the Blade
continued : but then. 'my dear Sena
. i t, t ui:J
w, fcUUW uia" lue .-.pu"o.
party WOUld have to disband if the
- otaae snouia Stop. XI 1 pan JUSt DUK
joll out 0f a few dollars, "my dear Sen.
s . 1
tor I wl11 tben be the "king pin'' of
the Republican party in Oregon. "My
r f ... .
uear jou snoum get a xor
ci?n omiointmcnt. I would like to eet
. , - . . . Ti .
J"4 !". k
true that Dave JjOgan WOUld have to
, , .' . . . , .
stand alone in the next campaign, but
as for me, I have done all I ever intend
to do for the ingrate and traitor.
My heart yearns to see you, and my
bowels are moved with compassion for
the ignorance of this people. Selah."
More anon. W. C. "W.
Ben lIolladaya LetUr.
This gentleman, in a letter to the
Oregonian, says that he intends to build
his railroad to the head of the valley
rapidly as possible, and then con
tinuc 80Uth t0 the Slatc ,ine uPon con'"
union inai me dui granting ianas to
the Humboldt road is passed so as to
bring that road in on the Sonthern line
it . I'll .? ! .
of tho State, and not otherwise ; and
that it is the des.re of the Company to
buili their roa t to tho State line south
and w!ll do so unless Congress shall
unfavorably legislate. Now-, we don't
want to discourage Mr. Holiday's rail
road enterprise, but we think we can
hnf sec, in Mr. H.'s letter, an at
tempt to throw sand in the eyes of the
people of the West Side, and, as we
have said before, we do not intend to
be humbugged much more if we can
possibly help it. In the first place, if
Mr. Holladay intends to build one hun
dred miles of road this jear, as he says,
he will have to operate much faster
than he has heretofore. It is over two
years since he undertook this little job,
and about the only thing he has ac
complished is to get the benefit of the
original land grant, which we are fairly
satisfied fairly belonged to the west side.
Men who build railroads at the present
day and age, do not operate that way,.
He, has not yet completed twenty-
five miles of road upon which he op-
erates so as to receive an income, and
one-thing is certain, he will be- compell-
el to build railroads faster in tho future
than he has in the past, or the people
at the head of the valley, even, will
have to wait several years before they
will have the privilege of taking a trip
to Portland on tbe cars. The truth is,
Mr. Holladay well knows that railroad
ing in Oregon at present would not be
a very profitable investment, but run
ning a line of old ships between Port
land and San Francisco is a lucrative
business, and the object of his railroad
operations here are apparent to us. We
sunpeae ne will, after a year or two
more, complete a road to Salem, pro
vided he docs not see an opportunity to
sell and make a spec ; but if it takes
so much blow and so long a time to
build what little he has: (and there is
not one person, in fifty in Oregon that
knows he has yet completed any) how
much of a storm of wind and how long
will it take to complete the road to the
State line ? " Let some good mathema
tician calculate. It is ; true, just now
there is quite a. force at work, but then
the Oregon Legislature holds a session
in a few weks.. ' How was it two years
ago, and now the -scene is to be re-cn
acted at the coming Legislature, and
the 'people bilked a second time
And what is worse than all, the peo
i - - , , - , . I
! d!o on the West Side are to have their
1 already outraged feelings insulted by
the pretenco that this financial king
(so-called) is to .build a railroad on the!
west side of thoj river; and we should
not wonder it Mr. II. placed a gang of
Chinamen, or somebody else, on the
line of the road just before the sitting
of the Legislature, so as to again test
;he gullibility of the people.
vise out friends on the
beware, it wr tioiiaaay
build two rAilrrtarts. runnm!? na
'w r . ' a r r I ,
with each other and within ten miles,
bed most certa nlv he is able to build
: i t .i i m i .i . . . js...i 1
one roaa. uev aim duuq mat one urei,
then we may have some confidence in
his building second 'one. Why did
he not let our little scheme alone and
be content with what he bad already
obtained from the West Side ? Why
was he hot content after he had beaten
us out of tbi first grant, without op-
oosinsthe last and only DroDosition we
had to make for our own success, which
was simply to avail ourselves of .the
miserable little grant given on the
north side of the base line ? For the
purpose. We suppose, of appeasing our
wrathfor th'e insult offered us in taking
away the original one, and connecting
:i. n.nm;ai f. t
gre route, which wou!d have established
a line of road from tbe Central route
to the mouth of the Columbia river,
and on the west side of the Willamette,
tt was because that little arrange
raent would bot do for him;, it wasnot
best for his particular interest, and j so
he, of course, must play the dog in the!
nunmr. do nothlnr? himself nor allow
. J . A it 1
, M. , ' T , n:
i r . i r i . i i.
mo n est ome iraocmse, auu now P
people can take tho consequences, lie
seems to think he could not afford toj
build a road further south than Eugene
City, if the West bide people arc; to
1 1 TT 1 - II iL!. .J.l
nave a roau. now uocs su una cum
about f What now has come over the
spirituf his dreams? j
m Two years ao all he asked was that I
the Legislature should make a new j as
signmeot pf the grant, so that the East
Side coald continue their advantages
over us, ano make us tributary to them;
ind he would rush a railroad to j the
State line before the people of this :yal
ley could prcparo to ride; but when
next Congress set then what? Oh 1 he
must have extension of time and Con
gressional legislation to aid him in ful
filling his promise to the people of Or
egon, The grant which he obtained
from us so wrongfully, extended to the
State line. Was not that enough ? or
was it necessary, in addition toj the
grant, that no other road should ever be
put in operation in the State? j ,Wc
can't see it. If Mr. Holladay is to
carry the interests of the people of Or
egon in; the palm of his .hand to trifle
with at pleasure, then we had' better
surrender at once and become his
slaves. It remains to be seen whether
or not he controlls the next Legisla
ture, irrespective of party. Let the
people look Well to the acts of their
g A i at
Maw a hI m mm. I am alysaM WV
buivuuu, cuu uu ii uuw, iui mi-iw 99 hw
valid excuse for tho manner in which
the people Ot tbe West Mde have been
. .' j ; ri
wuu. oah 4tLii..-iMi3 uwm.i
is OUt at present lecturing en the righti
of women. '
Wo have not had the pleasure of
. r J,
listening to her arguments, but i hope
i . .1.. : .
she may make it convenient to lecture
at Dallas. .She is, without doubt, &
, , , r.t
iaay 01 auiuiy ana great eucrgy. ve
. in full .jmpathy ith the can,o in
which she is 80 earnestly engaged, and
. . . ' , - , ' .
hope that BU may live to Bee the .time
when the last vestige rjf that principle
, i 1 .i . r. .
which has a direct tendency to degrade
. , . 3.1 i A i" .1
the true woman, and take or keep from
her that which rightfully to her be-
longs, shall be forever buried deep in
We have heretofore
state that Capt. Lafollett has had no
conticction with 'this paper since the
15th of June. :
.'ii at. :
An Indiana husband advertised his
wife as "leaving his bed and board "
j i:4 t... r a. -c
buu lucu PPiu iuiior.iur.iMe loau ui
a dollor and half to pay for the adver
Tranfusion of blood from' a man's to
his wife's veins has just eeen success
fully 'performed in England. v -She can
reciprocate, should he ever W short of
The Constitution of the United
States ought to be materially changed,
No government can exist; half monar
chial and half republican; one or tbe
other principle must finally give away.
After establishing the fact that-the sdv-
ereigo power of-this country rests with;
Uhe p?oPIe;. It then become ,ar dut,
- ' - , . . l
wgs ia ; oiooa., it is out a . reuo oi
j uro .u.umuu
to vote for dieectlv for Prnsidfint knd'l
v ce x resiuens. inat me - omcers
w ui,fcWu . kyci i-
aDd any amendment to the char-
ter of the liberties of tbe American:
peopie snonm yer ne maae, witnout a
direct reference to those who at f the
lirae 8haU have lrSal riSht t0 the
eloe; franchise. These are amon
the most important changes that ought
immediately to be made, and wei warn
our servants, who are spending their
time and the people's money over at-
ters minor importance, that the time
is coming and is even now at fhe door,
when tbe clamor of 4he people wiU
compeu tnem 10 attena to ine more
weightier matteys ef, the Jaw, ; , ri g
A movement has been inaugurated in
Colombia (o a eDerai un;0Q of the
gouth and CeDtral American ilcpublics
of Cuka creQ if it be DCCCS$arj to go
to war to gecure that end.
Paris has" outbid Madrid for the en
tire strawberry crop of this year, and
the hidalgos twirl their mustaches over
The anatomist who has discovered a
ncw rou8Cle tt tHe human body has tak
en out a patent, and no one can use the
muscle wilhont paying royalty..
g0Dg for tlie lostmen "Oh, letters,
be happy together, Punch.
ge mtad lhe picW8 Uio Sp4Uiding.,
Office, No. 01 Front Street,
PORTLAND , - - OREGON.
IZeal Entixto Dealer.
Special Collector of Claims.
A Isnre amount of CITY and EAST PORT
LAND Property for Sal.
Also, IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable un
cultivated LANDS, located in all parts of I
Inventinent in REAL ESTATE and other
PROPERTY, tnnde fur correspondents.
CLAIMS of all descriptions promptly collect
HOUSES and STORES leased.
All kinks of Financial and General Agency
Parties hmtiag FAUM PROPERTY for sale
- will ple4.se furnish descriptions of the same
to the AGENTS OF THIS OFFICE, in
each ot the prindiral CITIES and TOWNS
of this STATE. IS-tf.
Dyapcp&Ia hi the Pacific StatcaT
Nowhere in the United States has dyspepsia
heretofore been mare general, or marked with
more distressing svmntorrs. than in California.
I Luxury, high . living amd dissipation in the
1 ciiiVBS uniaiiii't unrAuuui irituiar uauiitauu
I ' . r "
the effts of malaria in lhe mining regions.
have combined to rendtr Chronic Indigestion
one of tha most terrific scourges of tho Pacific
States. It is a source of satisfaction, there
j fore to be able to report the gradual and steadv
1 (t.VRfiA tf Aha tMt ita iliilrat.inff nn
comitants on this side of the Continent. . As
it . a . 1. . i. a i . . in a
oon after llUSTIiTTlfiK'S STOMACH UIT-
TERS had attained the rank of a standard
remedy in this region, and aa it has become
more and more apparent, in proportion to Che
Incasing Great Vegetable Spe-
Clfic reon suggest that tle bane has been
ameliorated and checked by the operations of
oe ueniai juxir aarenisea as lis aniiaote.
Unprudiced physicians admit this to 'u the
fact, and abandoning all the ordinary stimu-
lanis, as" well at the astringent tinctures and
mineral excitants or tbe pharmacopoeia, are
possesses thre great advantages over every oth-
cr so-called stomachic It Is not merely a ton-
tc, but combines the prot.erties of an auHl-bil-
' toai aedlcine, a genua laxative, and a blcod
I depurent, with those of a wholesome stimu
lanu. It neither depletes nor excites', .but
eireiigmeuB, Buuinea, purines anu restore. : m
medicina ever introduced Into the Pacific re
.1 . ll . . .
8lon n" entirely gained- tho confidence of
tent of its sales uostetter'S stomach
WHAT U O !
ALL THOSE WHO ARE INDEBTED
A. L . .1 . .. .1 i ,ft .
a. o tue unuersignea musi euner pungie
tho CASIi of glve their NOTE. Iu case of a
failure to do either, there will be business for
the legal fraternity. ' -
, . B. F. NICHOLS.
July U, 18T0. - . 20Jtf
TarELcirs premium salmons-best
If in market in kits or barrels. -Earaleat
- COX it EARHART'S,
Veat O1U0 to I 10 COmmonU a cnange IO eraaicaie tue I iarm, ana iwo.goo i oeann orcaraa. uti
1 ! - . . .. 1 in? to 'this nrairie laaa us four timber lets.
is able, to . .laonurcnv, wnicn nave iinger ot of fir timber containing 140 acres, si
JVjii W AD Vtitt TIlSEMENTS. ,
14 QA ACRES OF FARMING LAND
X yU in Polk county, two miles from
road ' to SaJein, all under good
this spring ; -175 acres now un-
25.. acres or timotby meadaw.
vally;aiideiy taluable'fof;ran?and building'
T4WJr 'vnrj T iuu iu i u u u ui lutug
purposes ;ji acres or oak umber two miles
29 ftCTM of oak timber on8 mlle dutant Thcae;
traets - of land together make one of the best,
grain and stock farms In Polk county. Can
be divided.advantageousiy into three or four
Terms, $14: per acre, to be lold together far
cash in band. Apply to
Hussell Sc Ferrj',
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
PORTLAND. OttEQ ON,
. . - - "
D. M. C. GAULT,
acres in grain, 6 acre planted with white beans,
joKhard-baaring, and good range for
Price $1,100, including crop, if sdld before
Inquire of -
flimscIJ & Fcrri',
Real Estate Agemsrojetland; Ogn.( or of
D. M. C GAULT,
15-tf Dallas, Ogn.
ATTENTION OP THE PUBLIC
, is invited to tba improved facilities which
1 have recently made to my apparatus, by
which I am able to take
: O il e B i t t i n g- X ... : . ;
Thus makine tbe heretofore tak ofxettisg
correct likenesses of CIIILXJUEN a -matter
of small moment.
TG all try located on Main street Dallas
W. II. CATTERLIN.
Dallas, April 22, 1870. 8:1m
i. w. CRAwrono.
T. B. 5WVAX.
TIOMER TIN AXp STCTE STORE,
Front Street, one Door South of
Dallas - - .... Oregon.
mnE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE TO
1 inform tbe citizens of Dallas and vicinity
that they have replenished tbeirtock of tin
ware, and have now m hand a large asort
Box and Parlor Stores,
Of every description.
Also a- large supply of
, - i Zluc.
W Ire, Ae
Having procured the services of a first-class
workman wo a now constantly msmifsctar
ing all kinds of tin furnishings for stores aod
lot farmers use. Such a
"uer. jna .jh i-oc.
Tea Kcttlra, Milk Pans, Dippera,
Lard and flutter Cans.
And la fact, all articles of tinware usually
found tn store an tinware rtowi;aii of which
we offer for sale at prices tbst will justify par
chasers to patronise ua rather tha Salem or
Portland shops. - - - , ;
Special attention will be given to
Of all kinds. - f ' 1 'V- . 5
In connection with tbe stove and tin ttere,
we will continue our ... : , ; . , f
Where wilt be' kept all kinds Of : seasonable
meats, both FRESH and SALT. m
' In exchange for goods in, oar tine we will
take all kinds or country produce, sui-n as
Butt. r, Eggs, Chickens, Flour, Bacon, fee.
We invite tbe public to call and examine '
our stock. CRAWFORD 4 JNlfiWMAJN,
Dallaa, March 4, 1S70. 1-tf
Craivrord &,jVcwman; .
PIONEER TIN & STOVR STORE
JJAVE A NEW AND SELECT STOCK
Japaucd Ware, Porcelain Lined Stetv
Potajorj l ruit,a Great Variety of
Gem Pans, Pressed Patties for Tartai
'Cooking Spoons, Ggg ISeatera, Brell
Ing Fixtures of Improved Pattern.
Boiling Pins, &c, Jttc. ' -
CRAWFORD A NEWMAN. V
Dallas, April 15, 1870.
notice of Final Settlement.
TN THE COUNTY; COURT
County, State of Oregon. In ; the matter of
the estate of M. M. Jones, deceased, (Jeo. r.
Litchfield executor of said estate, having filed
his final account in said Court praving a final
settlement of the same, and that he be
discharged from' further liability as such ad
ministrator. Therefore, notice is hereby eiten
to all persons Interested in said estate, that tbe
said application will be heard and determined
at the- Court lloune in Dallas, on Tuesday, the
6th, day September, A. D. 1870.
J. U. MYEK, Co. Judge.
July Oth, 1870. 19-4w
I WILL SELL OR TRADE FOR HORSES;
cattle or sheep, mv CAWliltA and IHO
TOGHAftlllC smCK: also my dwelling
house and Gallery in Dallas. For particolara
Inquire bf El, F. Nichols or '.u
10-tf CHAS. LAFOLLETT.
JSEW A D VEli TISEMENTS.
X8WCESS0RS TO B. STRANG. '
IMPORTERS AND DJEAIBRS IN
OF ALL KINDS,
ffin PIat?, Sheet Iron, Copper,
Zinc, Brass &JBlocK Tin, ;
. ' ' ,i - :
Force aiul Iilt Puinps,
CAST TIN AND 'ENAMELED
Mollo w - War.
f 21 A NUfFA O I UREJ2S OF
. i v - y - - i ;i '
'Great Tarlety of Gem Pan a. ,
Iron and Lead -Fine, of all lzes, for Gaa,
Water And Stcum. -, ;
3T, ii IP r EES
RETURN BENDS RUBBER HOSE,
STOP COCKS. HOSE PIPES,
PLUGS, . . . BATH TUBS. ,
In all its branches done to wJee, -at the. stand
..'T-. . .-Strang, -:.- -
Uulen -11 lock
Coaamerclal St., Salem-.
1870. 43ilber Bros. 1870.
M AN 0 FACTU RKIl?,
SAL CM ;. OHECOX.
Men's Tap Swle Sewed Boots.-;......$li 00
.Men's Double Sole, Sewed Boot...... 13 00
w-Men'a Single Sole, Sewed Boots... 12 CO S
OMen'a Tap Sole, Pegged Boots.... 11 00 L
Men's Single Sole, Pegged Bouts...
Men's French Clp Boots
Men's K4p -Boots, Oregon or Cali
" fornia leather.
v. m v r a a r . .... i
g dien s tusi - franco can cewta ui
lord xies .........
w. 7 00 2
Men's Best Trench Calf Pegged Ox- .
ford va 6 CO
fpUE REST BRANDS OF FRENCH CALF
used -in all our 4nots, and every pair
warraated (o-give BatiefiMftiun. - We alao have
the JaTgefct -auii best selected stot:k of Eastern
and California made Uoola and hoea which
we offer at wboleealo or rotadl -at prices which
defjr eompctitioa. i ' :
OAK SOLE LEATIIEXi, FRENCH
CALF, KU AND Uri'Llt ' -.
SUOK FINDLNUS, .
Shoe Machinery and every tbiug generally
found in a Leather and Finding. Siflre. ,
Gold coin paid for HIDES onl FURS.
Salem, Ogn., March 10, lS7t. J 6m
W holesale and Retail dealers iu
ROOKS. i ' .
AND YANKEE NOTION'S.
W7E TAKE THIS 0PP0RTUXITT-OF
V f in-twrwiinir the iHtbKo -that w have jjust ,
received a large invoice -of ,
Wall -fflapepi .
Of tl vtvlee, direct from the manufactorto in
the East. Our stock w the
Xargat ever ofired In Ihie Matket,
Which we will seU at wholesale and retail
CHEAP as any other house in the State.
YEATON 4 BUtTN.
Salem, Ogn., March lOttv, 1S70. 2-tf
.THE' OCCIDENT AX,
Formerly "WESTERN HOTEL," ',
Corner of flrat and Morrfou Streets,
PORTLAND, OREGON 1 -
. Blears. SMITH 4e. COOK
HAVE TAtvEN THIS' WELL KNOWST
llouee tmd itewttcd and Befurnl.d t
throughout, making it by far the iiEST'ilO
TKL IN PORTLAND.
N. B:-.llot ami CoM Baths attached to the
House for the benofit-of 'Guests. ' t
. ' SMITH A COOK,1
Portland, April H, 1870. t r . . 7:tf
lu rear of the Capital Hotel Corner
r SALEM, OREGON. .
HORSES AND CARRIAGE? .TO 7ET
on. reasonable terras. Special attention
naid to transient and boardmff "norsps.
IB00TU & PLAMOTJDON,
. 2-tf t Proprietors
Affcnts! Head Tills!
WWTE 1VIIX PAY A CENTS A !AT
Vf aryof 930 a wetfc;aad expenses, or
allow a commission, to. cell our few and' won
derful inventions. Address ,
, ; ... v WAONER ,00.,
, ' j , Marshall, JHcbv