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IVij;AS.: SATUiUAlr; MUI.Y 16,
' I'o's Song1 of The Hells."
The following incident Was related
by, a member .of tho Baltimore bar,
who at thu time ot it occurrence wad
tbwt recently admitted o practice (The
truth of tbe Matenient tn?y be depend
ed on ; and' even the conversation in-
.truduceil Ijjiyo. think, nearly word
for word a3 reported to mo.
At the period referred to there were
several Htule storied houses on the east
side .of. St. Paul street, between Lex-
iugtoa .and Saratoga streets," each , of
which contnjued but two nanus. They
were rather massive -according to pres.
rent ideas coustruoted ot brick, but
have btnm for Jo-.i;' -time displaced by
till aud stately building. One of
the.o single storied houses was occu
pied by my inf'rtuant.' The front apart
inent was ued as a law office, tje rear
3 a sleeping room. ' 'J - y . '
, One calm and clar moonlight win
t6riDi:ht, when, the snow lav deep on
the city streets and roof, Mr,
was making preparations to retire to
bed, when. his front door bell was rnnsr.
He aroused bis 'negro servant boy. who
was nodding on his stool by the ehim
ney corner, and sent him to open the
"dew to his late visitor. "
T 'The .boy 'almost immediately return
ed alone. Ilesnid that .nobody was at
xY. - ; J L..i - iL.i .1 '
me uiK)r, out mai n ucuneiuiiii waa
standing in the snow in the middle of
the street talking to himself-aud. toss
ing his arms about.
"'Mr.' now" went to the front
- d wr himself, hen 'he ?opfiied it he
found one who was evidently a gentle .
mn ho could see tht by the moon
light standing on the pavement fac
ing him. ' ; -- ; ' ; ; ' . '
, m MVas it you who rang my bell ?' he
aled. ' .
Ves feir,M was the reply.'" "I owe
vfiii an analncrv for lit iiritiiif vrtu t
j -r .-j ------ -rt j - -
an hour so unseasonable. Hut the fact
is. fome thoughts have come into my
mind which I wish to commit to paper,
and seeing a liht in your back win
dow (the h-ms"? stood on the corner of
an alley), and coiisiderinir it a - matter
or. course that a lawyer's office is sup
plied with stationary, t took the liber
ty of ringing vour bell." , ;
. .a i i ij-it '
" iuu are vcrj wji'icomo sam ute
lawyer;. walk in. Kir." t,
" The stronger followed him into the
, inner apartment, w litre a bright coal
fire was burning in the grate. The
manner of his ptet was ho imprefive
o' intellect that Mr. ottered n
bed; but the visitor-only asked the use
of a chair, table and writiuif materials!
S tbd negro by lay d jwd upon his
pal et on the flr. and the young law
yer r rectt i'u, bed. leaving the stran
ger bending over the table. -
- When Mr. awakened in the
morning his straitge visitor was sitting
in a cbatr. with hi.- bead upon the table,
asleep. The motion made by the young
lawyer on awakening aroused the stran
ger. The latter seemed at once to be
wide awake. He arose from his seat,
thanked bis host for his hospitality,
and gracefully apologized for his intru
sion on the previous night. He was
then about to leve the room. '.'
"You are forgetting your; roana
script," fcays the'young lawyer, point
ing to some pieces of paper on the
'I bare a copy of what I have com
posed," said the stranger, "and leave
the original with you as some acknowl
edgment of your kindness under cir
oumitaoce4i so trying." - i- T
3Tfce stranger. left, -The lawyer did
not know unt il a Jong time afterward,
- when the Song of the Bells" of
which he still has the original had
''been' published and become famous,
; that his singular visitor was Edgar A.
Fashionable Lisbon is enraged be
f eause tho king has decorated a ballet
waiter.;' r::-. (i: 1., :jrx ' ;
: -t The handsome Julian wants to. run
for Congress as the independent wo
:-.- Corporal punishment caused a young
wocain of Maryland to drown herself
'-lu tne canal.;:- - ''-' v v ,
Hetty Robinson is said to be the
lady speculator who recently made the
- rati on ueaenng.
Miss Ielle Smith is to paint Stanton.
He has already been whitewashed.
iJSotton J'ost. . s
The employees of John F. Henry
have formed a Base Ball Club, tip top
material, and we predict a first class
Turo NewrV wagoners enjoyed
prixe fight at the railroad depot, the
Qth.er 'cay, th.eir, employer . acting as
'-'.-' A' Louisiana' lady tried to.fill a light
cd kerosene lamp, the other evening,
and now mourns the loss of her two
f young children.
- Hefusrtl to sell a dark damsel soda
water' has "brought a disloyul drugut.it
lit New Orleans before the Court.
That's ono of the effervestod rights of
COMB Ail YE THAT DI2S1RC
Ploasaut IIoia ia a Goodly Lund aad
Seal Esute Zraktrt ad Cllstien Agsats,
N, W. Corn r of Flrat and Washington
REAL ESTATE AtSEIf T,
At ths Br&sea OSes,
'Dallas, Polk Coonty, Orejon.
Tbt to Bny, thut the ?aa4 of "Sbinar"
arw1j attract lb ttuti.B of tb Koii.
grant wh wiche t purchnn m tiratl horn
in a feriile. btatthj region, lands in Ore
gon ran b tur;Lajei fwr aoaatl amount of
oooey. ' ' . -
We now pro1a(n that rectal atUntion will
be riren to tbe pttrcbae and aale of RaatEn-
tate; and moreover, we ebeerfaiij impart the
tniwroiauvn taat w ka?e large amount of
Cily Prop ly,
Etc., Etc., &tc.
7ef tale at rtfteeaatle Urns,
la tht Dwat rsrtlsna af ta StaU,
- And In eonelofllon, we woo!4 tnipraie npon
tbe minds of persons desirinf to toll Real Es
tate tbattbey Inenr bo expense in plaeing
their property is oar bands, unless a sale is
effected, ' . j
v Particular attention is directed to the fact
tbat a large amount of desirable laads earn be
purchased nt tbe Branch OCee
pALtAP, POLS COUNIT, OREOOy.
MIS CELLAR EQ US.'
. gang. .
T!E BEST KHOVN TO EH All i
iflASOi'S GAIVG PLOW
' "CnAffil.EIVGE 1- ' ,
TnR UNDBRSKINED, IIAVINO ,PUR
cha9el the exclusive right, from WmL Ma
son, for tbe District comprising the counties of
POLK and MAKION, is manufacturing these
Celebrated Plows, and is ready to fill orders for
tbe same on short notice. i
Come, Farmers, and encourage i ,1
Webfobt Ingenuity U Enterprise
And ena.ble yourselves to ralae Largo Crops.
',' For Sale at my Khop at 9JOO 'each.
' - ,T. XI. 1L.UCAS,", ,:
"s Dixie, Polk county, Ogu. ;
f North west Cqrner Main and , 51111 8ts.,
; DAI.IiAS, OGN.
HAVING PURCHASED. the OLD STAND
formerly. belonging to. W. S. llobb,, and
wishing to lire and let liro, I will sell at low.
rates, FOR CASH, everything in my line: -
Drills, Patent lllcdiehscs,
? And all kinds of PURE LIQUORS, put np
. expressly far Medicinal use.
PCltFLM CHICS OF AU KINDS.
Cream Tartar, l ';!..- '.
5 I'tiints, Oils, t
5 " Varnishes Rru?ie,
'Domestic Dyes A
r : Wadiing Porder$t
And ererjthlng else that is kept in a FIRST
CLASS DUUO STORE. i
j II. K XIC1IOLS, Druggist.
DALLAS mm FEED SALE
Cor. Slain anU Court Streets,
Thos. O. ntchmond, Proorietor.
HAVING PURCHASED THE ABOVE
Stand of Mr A. II. Whitley, we bar re
fitted and re Hocked it in such a manner as
will satisfactorily meet every want of tbe com-
unity. '--,: -. ,- . v.;- ; -t: -: -4:
Ilugglea, aliiIe or double. Hacks, Con-
cqrd Wsjun, etc., etc., i
FarnisLed at all hours, day or night, on
-short notice. j
Saperlor Baddlo flree, let by the
Uay or week.
TB RKS, liils o k a niir. I
4 T. G. RICHMOND
OUR STOCK OF NEW GOODS FOR
Is now open and tor sale at our store, on the
Corner of Front and Mill ftrcct Dal
W invite the attention -of oar patrons to
our New Stock, consisting of
Dress CooJs,' . j-
Clcthtng, ' ;- r
- - - -:,;7i'","'"'Crdr;ry.
Groeerien, " ' "-
Stationery, if Ct
In fact eTerj thing found in Retail Stores,
At Prices to Suit the Times.
Country Prodaea taken in exchange for
Those baring old accounts are requested to
call and settte by CASH or NOTE. ' '
We thank ; the public for their liberal pat
ronage in the past, and hope for a continuance
of the same.
N. A. J.D. LEE.
Pallas, March 1st, 1870. ! 1-tf
W. II. TEAIr, !
Wagon & Carriage Maker,
Main Street, Dallaa -
HAVE ON HAND AN ASSORTMENT
1 of Lumber Wsgons, Express Wagons and
Buggies of Tarloos kinds, ready for sale.
COME Oil WITH YOUR CASH I
You all kn off what my wagons are; fori
have been well patronired for the last TEN
YEARS, for which I feel thankful, f And the
last year they went off like Hot Cakes,
I am well prepared to do all kinds of work
in my trade. - v; ' . - ':
I have.in my employ the best IHaeknlth
in tbe County, who is prepared to do) Shoeing
in the best Style, on short notice, and every
kind of blacksmith work done in neat and
workmanlike manner, and according to Order,
at reasonable rates. . . '
Also Painting done" to order. Bring along
you? old Wagons Buggies, and vet them paint
ed. W.-II. TEAL.
Dallas, April 9, 1870. , j . ,6:6m
TnE ELLENDALE MILL COMPANY
will give tbe highest market .'price for
wool, delivered at their factory in Polk Co. ?
Their Storo is also open, with a general as
sortment of Dry Goods,-Groceries, Hard ware,
e.y, 'fA,A ;;;r i 2tf
TJEENSWAKE LN AJBTJNDANCE
, , PORTLAND, OREGON, ;
Is the most thorough and ecruplete Tnstitatlon
of the kind on tbe Coast. ? r ,
It is designed by its course of study and prac
-'- tine to place a
BUSINES EDUCATION WITHIN : THE
BEACH OF ALL. .
' Erery facility Is afforded for acquiring a-" -
SOUND BUSINESS EDUCATION
In the shortest possible time, and at ;
THE LEAST EXPENSE.
Erery student, will bare an
Actual Htiiucs Practice,
Mlntatvre World of Ituslneat, '
TO WHICH HE IS INTRODUCED AFTER
bavin completed the Theory, and wbi;h
has the effect of thoroughly fainiliatiiiug him
with all the minutae of reaK busioeiis. This
feature of the Institution also affords an ex
cellent practice in
And furnuhet abundant opportunities for test
log the Student's knowledge of
t In conducting this actual practice, eo -part
ncrenips are ijrined, and when tbe day or dis
tolutiod and settlement comes, the subject of
Is taken up and inrettiated, ond the piloei-
pies practically applied.
Tbe mo?t theronsh tnstrnction Is afforded In
Dusineia Peomaotbip; also, a courle la
By a practical Short-Hand Ilcportcr, for the
J.ncfit of those who wUb to pursue this use
For circulars, giving full parttcalsrs, address
LAUD FN A DEFRANCE.
i February l&. ly
VHIameUe Iron Works Company
KORTH FRONT AND STREETS,
THESE WORKS ARE LOCATED ON THE
bank of tbe river, one block north , of
Couch's Wbarf, and have facilities tor turning
out machinery promptly and efficiently.
We have secured the rrrvices of Mr. John
Nation, as Director of the Wwrkr, whose expe
rience on this Oet f ir sixteen years gives him
thorough knowledge of the various kinds of
machinery required for talcing and' milling
purposes. , .
We are prepared t eiecnte orders for all
classes of Machinery and Iiler Work, such as
MINING AND STEAMBOAT MACHINERY
SAW and FLOUltlNCS 9IILI.S.
QUARTZ MILLS, M1SISG PUMrS,
jr -Jv'- Ac.,' Ac, Ac. -Manufacture
and Repair Machinery of all
Irou Shutter . Work t Pan Francisco
Cost and FreighU
Wheeler A Randalt'rf : Patent Grinder and
Dunbar! Self-adjusting Patent Piston Packing
Either applied to old or new stesm cylinders.
Quartt Stampers, Shoes and Dies,
' Of the best hard iron. ; I .
Bureau 9, . - v
A Variety of CHAIRS, for Kitchen and
, RAW-HIDE BOTTOM CHAIRS, ;
Of my own make, '':' 1 r
$lioi near Way in ire's mill
I INVITE TnE PIJBLIC TO EXAMINE
my stock. I shall be pleased to sbow'you
my goods, and better pleased when you buy. y
New Work put up to order, and Repairing
done at the lowest cash price.
37 WEX.C. WILIS.
LL SORTS OF GOODS SOLD FOR
Cash or Marketable Produce at
.J. II.. LEWIS'S
ALT-CARMEN ISLAND AND LIV
ERPOOL Salt, in quantifies to suit, at
COX A EARIIART'S Salem.
AITERS. DO YOU WANT SOME
VjT Tine Cloth Qaibsnr if so, supply your
aeTfvtM . n lwisu
FREKOH MEDICAL OFFICE
Dr. .fuUvn I'crrauif,
Dr. of Medicine of the Faculty of Pa
.rin, Ciraduate cf the University of
. , Uutii'fc College and lhyieUu, ,
of the St. John Daptlsto So-y
clefy of San Francisco. y;
:::;; "c ) .) ': ry;S-'? !C ' ivy f
DPERRAULT; HAS THE PLEA8r
R. ' ore to Inform patients and others
setkl ig confidential medical advice that he can
be oirulted daily at his office; Armory Hall
Building, North East'eorner of Montgomery
and Sacrr.mento streets, San Francisco,; Rooms
No?. 9, 10, II, first, floor, np stairs, entrance
on cither Montgomery or Sacramento streets,
I'B. PrRBAi tT's studies have been almost
exclu'ively devoted to the cure of the various
forn of Nervous and Physical Debility the
remit of injurious habits acquired "In youth,
which ' usually terminate in' impotence and
sterility and permanentlv induce all tbe con
comitants of old age. Where a secret infirm
ity ix sts. involving the nsppiaeM of a life and
that o' others, reason and morality dictate the
nec sity of its removal, for it is a fat tbat a
prenature decline of tbe vigor of manhood.
rnatiinonUl ut(8sppiness, compuhory single
life.ete.. have their sources in causes, the
gerra of which is plnnted in early life, and the
bittir fruits tasted long afterward; patients,
labi ring .under' this complaint, will complain
of one or more of tbe following symptoms:
Nocturnal Emissions, Pains 'injbe Rack and
Head, Weakness of Memory and Sltfht, Dis
charge from the Urethra on going to stool or
make water; Intellectual Faculties are Weak
cned, Loss of Memory ensues, Idias are cloud
ed, and there is a disinclination to attctd. to
business, or even to reading, writing or the so
ciety of friends, etc. The patrcnt will prota-
uhlj complain ol iMztiness, verugo, ana inai
Sight and Hearing are Weakened, and sleen
disturbed by ' dreams ; melancholy, sighing,
palpitation, ftnting. coughs and slow fevers ;
whilj some bave external rbeumatie pain, and
numbness of the ; body. Some ol the most
common symptoms are pimples in the ftee,
and aching in different pjrte of, the body.
Patients suffering from this disease should ap
ply immediat.ly to Dr. Pkeraclt, either in
person or by letter, as be will guarantee a eure
of Seminal Emissions and Impotence in six or
eight weeks, 'J' -
Patients suffering frm Tenertal disease in
any ftnge, Gonorrhea. Gleet, Strictures, Iubo,
Ulcers, Cutaneous Eruptions, etcJ. will be treat
ed successfully. AH Syphditie and Mercurial
Taints entirely removed from the system.
Dr. PF.nni'i.T'a diplomas era in his office,
where patients cm sec for themselves that they
are un'der'tbe rare of a regularly edurated
practitioner. The best references giveu if re
quired. Patients snCcring under ebronle dieacs can
call and examine for. theumlve. We invite
iurestigslion ; - claim not to linow everything,
nor to cure everybody, but we d- claim that in
all cafes taken under treatment we fulfil our
promises. We particularly request those who
have tried this bted doctor and that ad er
ased physician till worn out at.d diicouroeJ,
to call upon us.
Low charges and joick cores.;
An suCcring (rro any complatnt inri den
ial to their set. rn contuSt the, doctor with the
assurauce of relief. ..
Female Monthly Pills.
Da. PraRartT l the orly agent
for Dr. 'Iltorr'a Female Monthly PUK Their
immense sale has ettallished ibt ir rrputaiin
a a fonutle ivmedy unapproarhed, and for in
advance of every other reuJy tur up'ra,'iins
and irrrgulsrtttcs, and other obstructions in fe
males. On' the receipt of fire dollars, thes
liU, will be sent by mall or express to any part
of tbe world, secure from euri'ify or .damage.
Persons at a diefunee ran t cured at buuiv.
by ad'Jreinga Ictti-r to Da. pRnnarLT, corner
ot tacrainent'i and M'nffmfry struct, Koumi
10 aud II, or Uox. P. O., San Franrjcro,
stnting tbe ca?e as minutely as pofitle, general
hal-iis of living, i.eupatiun, i tc, etc
All communications confSdentij! 14-ly
' COX fc UAKIIAKT,
WHOLESALE a RETAIL GROCERS
eiooucs SLOCS, SAXXRX.
Goods by the Parka Re at Reduced Rate
tin tier voo1, ISarkcr &. Coy
Commercial street, Salem. Oregon,
MA-iftTFACTURE 'ALL. KINDS OF WAO
OXS after the most approved styles and
iho best of workmanship, on short notice, and
AT POllTLA S I) PHICr.8!
' S. C. STII.G8, .i.
M&Iu it (opposite the Court House), Da)la,
MANI7FACTURKR AND DEALER IN
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips. Collars.
Check Lines, etc., etcof all kinds, which he i
prepared to sell at the lowest living rates.
JE4BTREPAIRINO done on short notice. -DEALER
CUSTOM IflABE BOOTS,
State Street, Salem, Oregon,'
Two doors from Express oSce, :
JUST RECEIVED, A GOOD STOCK OF
French Kip and Calf Skins, California Kip
and Calf Skins, and California! Sola Leather,
whieh I offer for sale cheap.
:. ' - .
FURS! FUIlS ! ! FURS ! ! I
Thee highest price in (Sash paid for Fnrs and
Hides. . . , - , '35
milE UNDERSIGNED HAVING ITAD
Si nearly twenty years' practice in making
wagons inOregon, we feel confident wo can do
as good work as can be had in any part of the
State. : ' , ..
Iron and Rickorv Axles.
(Thimble Skeins) ,
On hand and tnafdo to order on short noticet
Lumber Wagons.,,....,. ISO 180
Call and examine our work. Repairing
done on short notice and on reasonable terms.
- . SIMEON T. GARRISON, .
Dallas, April 14, 170.
Jt5lf you wibb tho very bcH'CABiMT Peo
togkaihs, . you most call on BKADLliY- &
KULOFSO-i,'42& Montgomery itm.t,'iSan
' 1cv.()VLt 13 a taint or infection In-' tho ha?
us an organism which weakens the vital forces,
and disorders or disarranges the function of
the whole system. This taint or infection is
most usually hereditary in the constitution, but
it may also arise from habits of life, unwhole
some food, etc. In time, If this disease does
not show itself in an nicerons ; or tubercular
form, it Induces those other diseases such as
consumption, ulcerations of the iiver, stouiach
and kidneys, salt rheutn, dropsy, etc. Tho best
remedy ever yet dkcovertd i Dr. Walker'
Vkoktablk ViartOAb BiTTuai.? it will euro
the disease if not to Jar advaneed, and will
eradicate the cause, , , , : . ..,,.,'.'
VORDS OF M WD02L;
-FoaToL'BO May, - .y"
On tbe Ruling Pamon in Yomh and !Erly
Manhood, witli bELF HELP fir the Eniug
and Unfortunate, bent in scaled lvtur enveU
opes, tree 'of charge, . Address, llovaao Asso
ciation, Box P, Philadelphia, Pa. S
v x xxp IV KI sLE Ri :
THE U 11 EAT 1
Family Hedlclto' cf ih(tr Age
Taken Internally, ft Curee ':
DtoenferyMoltraf Viarrhtra, . t
Cramp and Pain in ike Stomach, 1 ,
Jlotetl Cowjiaiult, I'nSutert Colic,
Liver Comfitiit, t)'fppia, ndietio
' " ' Sore Tiroaf, Suitten Vuldt, ' '
Corny h$, dee.. &e. '
"k Used Externally, It Cares ,
Roil; Ftlnn; &(. Rrviie, Ifttrnt. Seatft, Old
Sore; Sprain; TiHtthathe, I'aitf in the Fact,
Xturnfyitt, Ilhrunntitm, Fronted Fettr
":'' rfr., f-e., f-e, '."-'" ' "'' '-y"'
. - . . -y w , . , j ' i' "i ' i' - --
BANK EXCHANGE SALG0II,
1T7INES, LIQUORS, POKTER. ALEi
? J Bitters, Cigars,. Candies, Oysters
and Sardines will be served to gentle
men on the outside of tbe counter, by a gentle
man who has an eye tobii" on the inside..
So come along, boys; make no delay, and
we will soon bear what yon have to say.
32 W, F. CLINGAN.
Main street. Opposite Court House,
iVcw $f ore ! IV cw Goods !
I AM NOW PREPARED TO OFER" A
large assortment of t-Loicw
, WOOD EX. WAKE,
YANKEE NOTIONS, Etc. Etc
Also, a General Assortment of
llOOTS; SHOW AM) GAITI2US.
I design to keep' only the CHOICEST and
REST articles and sell them at a inall Profit
MY MOTTO.Q.ulck sales and small
G J3. STILES.
HURGREfJ & SUIHCLERi '
Importers and Dealers ia . : !.
- AND :; : V'-.-t ' '
The Xarest Stock and the Oldest Fur-
ulture IIourc tit Portland
WAREROOMS AND FACTORY:
00HNE2 SALMON AND FIEST STUEETS
POHTLAXD, oitr.r.oN. .
'. l If '". .....
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR,
chased all tbe printing material Gd in
the publipatioa of the' Polk . County Tim
newspaper, together with all the biMks and e
couots belonging to said: paper, have assoei
ated ourselves together and bave engaged ia
tho publication of a weekly paper, at Dallas,
in Polk County, Oregon, to be. called the - .
All debts due the Polk Connty Timet, both,
on subscription' and :. advertising account, am.
how 'due,;, and. prompt payment is gre&tly de
sired. v .'
All prepaid, subscriptions of the Ttetes, not
extending beyond June 11th, 1870, will, In jus,
tlce to the subscribers, be filled out by as.
New subscriptions ansl advertisements aro
earnestly solicited. We beg to assure sub-,
seribcrs and advertisers tbat they will .get val
ue received for the patronage they exua J tc
' D. M. C, GACLT, -i
! P. C. SULLIVAN.
Dallas, 0n. March 5, 1870. ;