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TO VH COUriTY 1IEV7S.
Dallas, Saturday oct. 2d i87o.
teats per bushel. '
telling IA town at fifty
tbe amount of assessable property returned
by tne assessor for Polk County, foots up
$1355,497, being a decrease of $153,012 from
the return of last year. 1
Tb.e Dallas school will positively commence
on Monday next, Mr. Oglesby' Principal, and
Kfiss ' Caroline A. "Watt, of Salm, Assistant.
Getbe children ready lor school.
We learn that William Fraker has been ap
pointed a Justice of the Peace by the County
Court, in place of P. II. Turner, resigned. The
appointment Is a good one.
The County Court of this County, at its last
Session, levied a tax of fifteen mills on the dol
lar on , all assessable property of the county,
Vrbieh is a decrease of two and a-aalf mills from
he last assessment.
;Mr. J. W. Crawford has transferred all his
interest in the Tin and' Stove Establishment
la Dallas to Mr. Newman, who w'U hereafter
carry on the business ia bis own name. . Mr.
Newman is a thorough business man, and will
not only give satisfaction, bat will succeed, i
Mn Asa Shrieve, whose large smith-shop
was bmncd down last week, ia preparing to re
build. Mr. Shrieve is, a sober, industrious and
enterprising citizen, an! will do his part
towards building up andbeautifying the town.
Wa need more of such men.
We are glad to be able U say, that in our
beautiful, quiet and healthful town, there are
no rowdies, no professional gamblers, and very
few, If any, loafers. Our population don not
xceed six hundred, and we have three churches,
nd an excellent academy, and, to the great
credit of the people be it said, that we hive
bat one liquor saloon, and that is kept in
the most quiet and respectable manner ; and
we doubt if this people would permit any other
man save -our very clever townsman, William
Clingham, to vend spirituous liquors in their
midst.' Bat WiUiam allows no disorderly con
duct, consequently, the inhabitants are not
London, Oct. 22. 'Rumors are
heard of an agreemenYmade at Prussian
headquarters with Gen. Boyer, under
which Bazaioo is to march to Paris and
declare for Napoleon. It is rumored
also that ISnglaud will offer immediate
intervention for an armistice The
Austrian Government is also urging an
armistice, A sortie from Paris was
repulsed by the Germans, who took
1,000 prisoners and four cannons.
Tours, Oct. 23. Grate hopes are
entertained for the 'result of interven
tion of England, It is understood that
the Government here are egar for peace
on almost any terms. Prussians were
repulsed at Forest of Hecourt with loss
of 100 killed. Tours Journal says the
Governmet will in no case eubnrit to
peace humiliating to Franco.
London, Oct. 23.- Empress Eugenie
is here holding conference with Gran
ville. Negotiations favorable for peace
are progressing. , ingiana win asK an
armistice, not for purposes of electing
a constitutional assembly, but to restore
the Empire. Eogenie will enter France;
Bazaine will leave Metz and protect her.
and make peace. Trochu approves the
London, Oct. 23.- The Herald cable
reports that Empress and Emperor have
agreed with King William and Bis
marck upon a plan of peaeo by dis
mantling the Fortresses of Eastern
France ; indemnity by France to Gei
many of six thonsad million francs in
cattle, horses, grain and oil, no cession
of territory is to be wade unless people
of Alsace should vote tor annexation
to Germany. Baziine is to leave metz
and proclaim the Prince Imperial Em
peror with Enpress as regent.
Great Republican Dembustratson In
London, Oct. 20. Despite the ef.
forts of the Government to discourage
such demonstration, 20,000 people
marched to the Palace Yard last night
and orginizcd an immense meeting to
express " sympathy with Itepulican
France. The speakers violently de
nounced King William, and an allusion
to the apathy of J. Bright was received
with cries of Shame." Gladstone
and the Government were reproached
for the policy of obstruction. A defen
sive alliance with France was advocated,
and a resolution adopted calling for
Parliament to abolish the pensions of
the German Princess, including the
Crown Prince of Prussia and Prince
Louis of Hesse. It was declared that
the sooner all Kings and Queens were
dethroned tho better. The feeling
manifested in some quarters of the city
during the night was revolutionary and
threatening. The Government had two
regiments of infantry under arms all
night in their barracks, and extra police
precautions were taken to repress any
disorder, but no call was made for the
interference of military.
At 2 o'clock this afternoon the Pros
sian Embassy was insulted by a great
concourse of people, with whom the po
lice did not interfere. Chronicle.
The Five Dollar Sewing Machine purchased
by me, January, 1866, front the Family Sewing
Machine Company, Nassau-Street, N. Y., has
Veen in almost constant ua ever since. It has
not been oat of order onee. Has cost nothing
for repairs, and I find it simple and reliable in
operation, and always ready to sew. Those
friend of mine who use them with the new
. improvements art very mucn pleased. The one
I have I wootd not part with.
MRS. ANN W. CUTHBURT,
423. Wist 3f.ib-Street, New York.
Wlstar's Balaam of IVild Cherry.
This medicine is "a combination and a form
indeed" for healing and earing all the ill.
.which affiict as in the shape of coughs, colds,
:. and inflammation of the throat, lupgs and
Tie Great Enigma.
A thousand jroesses have been made at the
ingredients of Sozodoxt, the moat wholesome
' and perfect dental purifier the world has ever
seen. They were alt wrong, so now, by way of
throwing a little liitht on the subject, it is an
nounced that the Lib a a, or inner bark of the
. Qi'illata Sapotaaia, the Soap Tree of the
Valley of the Andes, is one of the components
of that peerless dentifrice.
M Spautrnxo's Gtrf ," useful and true.
The Word SQxodoHt,"
Which is fast becoming a household word,
Is derived from the Greek, and composed of
two word;, Sozo and Onorras. Sozo," trans
lated, means to preserve, and " Odontes," the
teeth. ' Sozodost. a preserver of the teeth.
And it is true to its name.
: J. A.'Odell, Esq., of this place, was ap
point ed'on last Tuesday, by the U. 8. Cir-
cutt Court, U,. 8. Commissioner.
i . , 1
, A bill allowing the city of Portland
: Co increase its indebtedness to $300,000
has passed; also a bill appropriating
' ,$50,000 for the construction of a Pen
tcotUry. ' -
A Loquacious Western gentleman
has advertised for a dumb wife whose
cense of hearing still remains. He
thinks if ho 'were to marry a woman
possessed of tha ordinary powers of
speech they would be the death of each
From tho State Rights Democrat
Drowned.- Our correspondent from
Yaquina Bay informs us of the acci
dental drowning of one of the oldest
residents of that section Mr. C. Jos
cvlin on last Sundav. He had taken
some vegtablcs to Newport on that
morning, and after doing his trading
and, unfortunately, taken considerable
stimulants." started for home in his
canoe. When about; 3i miles from
Newport he fell out Of the boat, aud
before assistance could reach him the
vital spark had fled. An inquest was
held aud a verdict ol "accidental drown
A Petty Thief. Spud Murphy, the
tho notorious petty larceny thief of
Oreson, was last Friday nipped by
Marshal Long, of this city, for stealing
a suit of clothes from O. Habarts on
tho dav rrertous. "Spud" was arraign
ed before Recorder Arnold and plead
iruiltv. when he was turned over to the
Sheriff in default of $300 bonds. If
the Prosecuting Attorney at our next
term of Court can make a jury see
Grand Larceny in Spud's investment
- . t t
in the clothing line, our people wii
probable lose sight of that champion
liirht-finscrcd cent for a year or two,
and he will gain an opportunity to learn
a more respectablo trade under the
e.-pionage ot ouperinienueui, iv
The Gorernorhas vetoed the Bill in
creaseing the salaries of Circuit Judges.
Mothers. I've Found It!
IOU YEARS I HAVE SEARCHED FOR
; a remedy that will. CURE your children
by removing tbe UAUoK, and at last I can say
Eureka.'!' 1KX IT.
C A R LI I fl 1 T I V E CORDIAL.
. j ....
This is a pleasant antacid, and in large doses
laxative; in small done?, an astringent medi
cine exceedingly useful in all bowel affections,
especially of children. It is a safe, certain
and enoctuai remedy Tor Cbolic, JJiarrnoea,
Cholera Morbus, Summer Complaint, Griping
Pain, Sour Stomach, Costiveness, Wind on the
Stomach, Crying and Fretting of Children. In
Teething, : there is nothing that equals it. It
softens the Gums, and renders Teething easy.
It is no humbug medicine, got up to sell,
but a really valuable preparation, havingbeen
in use for several years it recommends itself.
Do not give your children the "soothing
syrups, xor iney stupny wunout ao ng any
Dr. W. W A TFEIE!0 US K,
I MONMOUTH, OREGON.
For Sale by Druggists. The trade supplied
on reasonable terms. Hundreds of Testimo
nials can be given if necessary.
13-tf? DR. W. WATEUIIOUSE.
NE W Al VEH Tl SIC ME NTS.
Hedges. 7; - -j s ' Msrwir.
MAIN STREET, INDEPEUDEJiC E.
ITINE WINES, LIQUORS AND SEGARS
, served to customers on short notice.
This establishment does not dispense tangle
foot or anything of that character,
r C ill at tbe Gem.
HEDGES A MERWIN.
34 6m. - :
For alc.! -T-
C. M. PAHMKNTKU. J K. J. BABCOCK
PARfilEflTER & BABCQCK,
Manufacturer, aud Wholesale and He
tall Dealers In,
Commercial Street Salem, Oregon,
HAND THE LARGEST
Oilice, No. (11 Front Street,
PORTLAND - - - OREGON.
JR,eal Estate Xealei.
Special Collector of Claims.
A larze amount of CITY and EAST PORT
LAND Troperfv for Sale.
Also, IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable un-
cultivated 4LANDS, located in ail parts of
Investment fn REAL ESTATE and other
PROPERTY, made for corrwrpoudents.
CLAIMS of all descriptions promptly collect-
II 0 USES and STORES leased.
All kinks of Financial and General Agency
Parties baring FARM PROPERTY for sale
will please furnish descriptions of the same
to tbe AGENTS ) THIS OFFICE, ia
eah ot the prin liral CITIES and TOWNS
of this STATE. 18-If.
PA PER-II A !G IiGS
To be found in Marion Connty.
All kinds of Picture Frames, Coffins and
Caskets made to order on short notice and at
reasonable rates. ,
PA RM ENTER A BABCOCK.
Salem, March 23, 1870. 4-tf
Formerly "WESTERN HOTEL."
Corner of Pint and Morrison Streets,
iQH ACRES OF LAND ON SALT
Creek, in Polk Connty, eijrbt mile?
from Dallas; 320 aires fenced, 100 acres in
cultivation and 30 an-es in Timothy Meadow;
well adapted to fctock - raising. Price $? per
acre. Inquire ot , .
It url I &f Ferry,
D. 31. C. G AUI.T.
j. w. caawroRD.
THE NEW FOOD.
i "T -111,1 I I IT I ' I I
U I . T TV- ,Jr I 'C I Oil gV
Messrs. SMITH A COOK
HAVE TAKEN THIS WELL KNOWN
House and Refitted and Refurnished it
throughout, making it by far the BEST HO
TEL IN PORTLAND.
N. U.- Hot and Cold Baths attached to th
House for the benefit of Guilts,
SMITH A COOK,
Portland. April li, 1870. 7:1 f
the $12 Lever Watch, No. 13,580,
parchaed frota Chsi. P. Norton & Co.
80 Nassau-Street, New York, January
;5th, has been carried by me over six
tgsmthv with total variation in time,
of only ,26 seeonda, without thel'ght
est regulating, and present? the same
. JbrilliaDcv of color as when purchased.
JAMES It. WILSON,
' ' ; Sec. American 8. M. Co. N. Y.
New York, July 30th, 1870.
I have for the past eight months.
scoustantly used one of the $15 Norton,
Oride Gold Lever Watches, manufac
tured bv. Chas. iP Norton & Co. 86
NassauStreet. New York, and found
f the total variation in its time ? but one
balf minute. (30 seconds.) and it r re
tains the same appearance of gold as
when purchased. Several of our men
" use them with the same results,
cheerful recommend them for correct
ocsa and wear. '
: HORACE w. wuitakkr; -
FOR TIIIHTY YEARS
II9S that well-die irn, standard and popular
mannfaetorcd by Perry, Darls k Son, ProTl-
doner, R. I., been before tbe puMie, and in that
time has become known in all parts or tbe
world, and been used by people of all nations.
It reuiuns to-any that same gord ana effici
ent remedy. Its wonderful power in rchdrinjc
tbe most severe pain has never been equalled,
and it has earned its world-wide popularity by
its intrinsic merit. No curative agent has had
So wide-spread a sale, or given such univcrsa
satisfaction. Tbe various ills for which the
Pain Killer is an unfailing cure are too well
known to require recapitulation in this adver
tisement. As an external and Internal medi
cine, the Pain Killer stands unrivalled. Direc
tions accompany each bottle.
Bold by all Druggists.
Price 25 cts.. 60 cts., and $1 per bottle. SIMw
Home Questions for the MIckly and
It it vortk while to endure penal torture
after every meal, when indigestion eaa be
immediately relieved and permanently; cured
to have one of her arms broken by the bJ BO agreeable a remedy as HOSTETTER'S
a t?vw si m m m m i rwf'w u m
Jail' lOiUiHAVU VillAIVOI
, J Voet it pay to be compelled by debility and
SHOOTING SCRAPE. On Saturday b"gr t abandon active business, when
night a man named J. Walton entered brain, nerve and muscle eaa be braced up, and
the Empire Saloon on First street, kept tbe whole system restored to a healthy con di.
tton ty a course or iiususiitfu Jill
Why approach the dinner-table daily with a
positive disgust tor an tnat is savory ana
delicious, when a vigorous appetite for even
the plainest rare u created by the use orilUi?
TETTER'S JUTTKU3 7
Is it wise to live in this bright world as if it
a il .
were a dungeon, gloomy, discontented ana
miserable, when . the worst case of hvpochron
dria can be cured In a week by such a pleasant
and wholesome exbilirant as UOSTETTKivs
Can it be possible that any person of bilious
habit will run the risk of remittent fever or
From the Oregon City Enterprise.
Tkmpkrance Meeting. A", large
temperance meeting Fas held at the
Methodist church last night, which con
sisted of music aud speaking by a num
ber of ladies and gentlemen. U was
advertised to have been at the new
court room, but the assemblage of peo
pie was so large that it was neccessary
to hare a more spacious building and
therefore it was held in the Methodist
Church. At a late hour the meeting
adjourned, and all were very much
pleased with the evening's entertain
ment. . ' .
Accident. We learn that on last
Wednesday night, a wagon in the lower
end of town was capsized. There were
several persons in the wagon at the
time, and among the number was Miss
Annio Welch, who had the misfortune
YEATO.V & BOOIY,
Wholesale and Retail dealers In
AND YANKEE NOTIONS.
flTR TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITT OF
ff intorminjc the public that we have just
received a large invoice of
M all styles, direct from the manufactories in
he East Our stock is tbe
Largest ever offered In this Bfatket,
Which we will so' I at wholesale and retail
CHEAP as any other hou in the State.
Y EATON liUU.x,
Salem, Ojrn., March 10th, 180. 2-tf
I T. a. XBWMAM.
m AXD STOVE STOEE.
Front Street, one Door South of
Dallas - - - - - - - Oregon.
HE UNDERSIONED BEG LKAVE TO
inform the eitisena of DhIIas and vfefnity
that they have replenished their stock of tin
ware, and have now on hand a large assort
Box and Parlor Stoves,
1 Iron Ware
Of every description. Also a ?arge supply of
Sheet Iron, '
ffavinjr procured the services of a first-class
workman we are now constantly manufactur
ing all kinds of tin furnishings for stoves and
for farmers use. Such as
Stove Boiler. Coffee and Tea Pots,
Tern Kettle, Milk Paua, nippers,
(Lard aud flutter Cans.
And In faet. all articles of tinware usually
found in stove an tinware stores, all or which
we offer for sale at prices that will justify pur
chasers to patronise us rather than SIem or
ortland shops, -
Special attention will be given to
ft all kinds.
In connection with the stove ana un siore,
we will continue our f
Where will he kept all kinds of seasonable
meats, both FRGSU and SALT. .
In exchange for roods in our line we will
take all kinds of country produce, sucb as
Butt r, Eggs. Chickens, Flour, Bacon, fte.
We invite the puMie to call and examine
our stock. CRA WFOBU JiKhMAJI
Dallas, March 4, 1870. l tf
Tor a few cents yoa can buy
of your Grocer or Druggist a
T ackago of SE A 3IOS3 FAMNE,
made from puro Irish Hoss, or
Carrageen, which will mako
sixteen quarts of Blanc Mange,
and a liko quantity of Pud
dings, Custards, Creams, Char
lotte Russe, &c It" is tho
cheapest, healthiest, and most
delicious food in the world. It
makes a splendid Dessert, and
has no equal as a light and
delicate food for Invalids and
A Glorious Change It ; V'
Tins crbat wbrtLira Toaic i ?
by F. Chtens, and being in a stale of
intoxication, it is said became so bots
teroug as to render it necessary for the
proprietor to order him out. lie refus
ed to obey the order, and one angry
word followed another until Walton
drew his revolver and fired a shot at
Gatens, the bull passing close to his
head. Walton was taken oft to jail
and tho matter will be inquired into
this morning, in the Folice Court.
otuious cone, wnen ne can tone ana refcuiai
. I . H III. llnaKOTTDDIK
Fatal Shooting Afprat at IIalp bitterst i ? s
MOON Bay. Information has been re- Is it not a species of moral tnsanttr for anj
ceived of a shooting affray at Half- miner or planter in the interior, or any traveler
Mi i l .t. i .i i ,i r sojourner d id pincers, 10 do wjino it iu
oon Hay, which resulted in the death Lt Cn.H MLMteA .h. r nntannad
of 8. Hode, a farmer in that neighbor- air and impure water. HOSTETTER'S BIT?
' J- i In I noartaw etritninff ha nnH o I IKR87
farmer named Sonnedecker were in whit- .ri'XT
head's bowling alley, drinking together woman is subject, is it not astonishing that any
both partly intoxicated. After a time or.? ?eeb,ef should hesitate w
it... ..nmm1aA " ,,;rt1nn1 ml Snnn: 16611 wiier attoMeU' in such eases, dt ine
niuy juai loiiu v , v. genial operation of HOSTETTER'S BIT
decker iroing oni, Dorroweu a pisioi, re iisuar ' .
tn K hnwlino- ftllev and shot 1 These are questions of deenor interest than
w. i . : j . aV. n j li. v. nn i "j " ; iiviuivii-uuEinu 01 lam ar, w
iioctie aeaa upou uie. ruui-. uo n.t tha& iuAt
gave himselr up to tne police, ana nasjgive them something 4inore than a passing
takes to Redwood City. Cirouicle. toougui. 53 w
1870. .faillicrt Bros. 1870.
SAl.KM - - - - - ORliOWJ.
Men's Tap Sule Sewed Boots.- $U 00
, Men's Double Sole, Sewed Boot..
2 Men's Single Sole, Sewed Boots...,
O Men's Tsp Sole, Pegged Boots....
- Men's Single Sole, Pegged Boots.
M .lVM " .
Pnri to be Bombarded !
Thl rondcrlul Tejjetable
rentorntlvc in tho ncct-an-
clior of ihc tfceFiIis and dcbtlH
tulcd. A n tonic Jind cordial
for the nged nn;l languid, It
tvi no equal among ssora
nchics. As n remedy for the
nervous weakness to whlcti
women ore especially n?-
ject. It Is nerseuiiss every
other stimulant. In nil Cli
mates, tropical, temperate.
or friz Id. it nets ns a speciflc
in every species of disorder 5
which undermines lhe bodily
strcsiprtli nnd breaks down the
animal spirits. For sale by
nil Druggists. I
CAPITAL-: UERY ;
la rear of the Capital Hotel Corner,
SALES!, OltEGON. ' r '
HORSES AND CAKKIAOES TO fcKT
i n reasonable term. Speeiat Attention
natd to transient nt hoarding hore.
ill He foand. at LAUUIIKKY k COL.
L1NS the het ass rtment ot Fnuiilr Grocer
ies ever offered to the public, wlilcb ran fac had
b all who love rood tlitnea to eat. Uur
term are eav, and our motto, -Mamii proms
and nuirk sales.
lit-uieniber, Main Street, lianas, at crown s
33 tr LAUCJHERY k COLLINS.
WHAT U Ol
nr.n. TT In Boots. Oreeon or Call-
JMW. m 1- . w
"2 fornla leather. .............
i Men's Best French Calf Sewed Ox
ford Ties ......... .........
Men's Best French Calf Pegged Ox-
rsniTIR BEST 1JHAMUS U JfttXHUU vali
Iused la all our boots, and erery pair
tha lrr(it and best selected stock of Eastern
and California made Hoots and Shoes which
we offer at wholesale or retail at prices which
defj competition. ; .
nK ROLE LEATHER: FRENCH
s CALF, KU AND UPPER
Shoe Machinery and everjthtnir generally
found in a Leather and Finding Store.
Gold coin paid for HIDES and FURS.
Salem, Ogn., Maach 10, 1870.
Notice is iiereby given titat
the undersigned has been .duly appointed by
County Court of Polk county, Oregon, Admin
istrator of the estate of Jas. B. Rkjrs, deceas
ed,' late of said county. All persons having
claims against said estate are . hereby notified
to present them, with proper vouchers, within
six months from tbe dot of this notice to the
said Administrator, at his residence in Sal tn,
Orcson, or to J. L. Collins, his Attorney, at
D . RUFUS A. RIGQS,,;
PaUs, Sept. 24, 1S70. S0-4w ;
ELCII'S PREMIUM SALMONBEST
For sale at COX
V In market In kits or barrels.
NAPOLEON IS A FRISCI1ER OF
ii. It. ST Hi PIS'
Is on Main Street, opposite tbe Court House
IVcw Store ! New Goods I !
I em now prepared to oder a large an l
eboice assortioeut oT
NAILS, AXES k SIEVES,
WOODEN & WILLOW WARE,
ROOTS & SHOES.
YANKEE NOTIONS, &c, kc.
I design to keep only the choicest and best
articles aud sell at a small profit for cash or
Our motto is quick sales and small profits.
G. B. STILES.
; Dallas, Oct. 22, 1870. 33-tf
A Variety of CHAIRS, for Kitchen and
RAW-IIinrc BOTTOM CHAIRS,
A Of my own make. -
Shop near Way mi re's Ifli II
I INVITE THE PUBLIC, TO EXAMINE
my stoek. I shall be pleased to show you
my good?, and better pleased when you buy.
Now Work put up to order, and Repairing
done at the lowest cash price. . .
87 '.i-iWiaU O. T7ILtt3.
Mr Friknp, stop that terrible coujrb if you
would avoid a consumptive's grave.' Tbla yon
can do by using Dr. Pieroe's Alt. Ext, or Gol
den Medloal Discovery. . For curing all throat,
bronchial and lung diseases it has never been
equaled. ; Pimples on the faee,. Eruptions.
Blotehes and all PeroAilous diseases are cured
by this wonderful and raos? valuable m vUcloe.
Sold by drucglts. Beware of Counterfeits.
Obncrve that Dr.Plerce's prlvnte Gorern nent
Revenue Stamp Is on oach bottle.
ALL TTIOSE U ii- AR : INDKUTKW
to tbe .. under?i?ned .--t eitl er vpungla
the CASH or pive thvlr NOTE. In ease of a
failure to do either, there will be business for
the legal fraternity. ,
July 1ft. 1S70.; 20 tf
The Cheapest Store : la
THE -ELLEND ALE STORE,
2 1.2 Miles West of Dallas,
HAS BEEN FH.LED
larffert and lct stek
of goods ever
brought inti Polk County.
Which we propose to sell I.fWF.R than
any other store in the county, for CASH or
PRODUCE, for which wo will pay the highest
flat stock eonniit of every description of
goods generally kept in first class country
Also constantly on hand a large assortment
" Tweeds, V; "
Made In the Ellendale Mills, which we wllll
ell very cheap. ? . i
Ellendale, July 9, 1870. . lMf
Crawford & A'cwman,
PIONEER TIN & STOVE STORE
AVE A NEW-AND SELECT STOCK
Japaned Ware, Porcelaiu Lined Ptew
Pota lor 1-rult, a Cireat Variety r
Gem Pans, Pressed tattlrfr Tarts,
Cooking Spoana, IJprS "caters. Droll
: Ing Plxturcacof Improved Pattern,
Rolling Pina, Ac., Ac. r riroli
' CRAWFORD A NEWMAN.
, Dallas, April 15 IST0. lilt
HOSE INDEBTED TO TIIE FIRM OF"
W. C. Brown k Co. are requested to come for
wnrd and settle their notes and, accounts, is
the business of the httn fliin mut be settlid
without further del- . , j
r c. itoyf'st k Co.
Dallas, Ogn., August 24,18; 23-U