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DALLAS, SATURDAY, NOV. 12, 1870.
Latest New York Gold Quotation
JUeral renaera in jroruu. j
t . T-il ill
Dallas Produce and Commission Market.
Corrected Weekly, oy ouies, t copie
kerchant,;Maln Street, Dallas, Oregon, :
WHEAT ?5e B bush. -
s OAT8-30 3i "
BARLEY o0 .
r FLOUR $3 $5 50 Jbbl.
Skn$l 25 $1 37.
. . . A J M 11
... CORN iiijiAij 4'to not. :
BEANS-$5 6 bbl.
b" BACON Sides, 14 (5$ 163c $ lb. . ,
HAMS 17 ISc (d, th. i' "
BUTTER 26 37c .
. EGGS 30c " do. , I
LARD Bulk, 121o ; tin?, 13 14c.
POTATOES From Wagon, 50c bhl.
u APPLES Greeir, 50c bh!. ;
Dried, oc "r R. i '
CHEESE New Oregon, 20 23c lb."
CHICKENS $2 50 "ft do. !
TURKEYS 75 tl each,
rrr- , , . ', . . - .
Onr County Court is in. Session this 'wjek
Judge Myer presiding. The Judge is giving
this week. He is looking well, and shows no
signs of subjugation,
in his new locality. -
May success atteud him
i Small Pox. -Taking all the testimony to
gether to dat V it seems to establish the fact,
almost beyond controversy, that this loathsome
disease Is afflicting the people of the Willa.
snetta' Valley. :
, JSittce making the afiuoinUnco ef o .--air new
Sheriff, Mr. S. T. Barcb, we ara h ippy to say
that we find an amiable and enterprising gen
tleman. . Die is now on the rush preparing for
Circuit Court. o
; The Sociable last night at the Odd Fellows'
hall, for the benefit of the SibWth School,
was a great success, notwithstanding the; incle
Weather. In the crowded Hall could be seen
the youth and middle aged, and the scene pre
ented, from early eve till late night hours, was
naught but smiles and music.
We call the attention of the public to. the new
advertisement of C S. Si her A Co., of Pot
land Our folks in Polk County would do well
to call on Silver 3b Co before purchasing else-
mnd business men. :
Our friend Newman has justreqeivod a' large
'and splendid stock of stores and tin ware, took
stores, box stoves and parlor stoves of the latent
styles, he has the most complete stock of stove?
and tin ware of all kinds ever in P lk County.
-No man ia this County should go ejsewber
to purchase anything in that line before call
ing, at Newman's (o examine bis stock; and if
there is anything yo i want, and you don't find
It there, we are in for the oysters.
t Lieutenant Lampson, in com; aiy with hi?
father, called at our safcetnm one day this week,
"trtie Lieutenant is directly from the Eastern
.States. J ;We were glad to make'hi' acquaint
ance. He is affable, ' dignified ; and pleasant
He is among those- whe distinguished them
selves during the late war. ne was a faithful
servant of the- Government during the whole
struggle wifh treason ; he helped to maintain
and uphold the , glorious old stars and strpes
with 'a strong arm, while they werO being torn
and trampled under foot by traitors, and hs
name will live, a -Bccnnment admired, in the
hearts of American .people, while traitors will
sleep forgotten, covered by the black veil of
! .All persons visiting Dallas will find a good
Ted'on which to rest and get a numberone
iseal of victuals, by calling on S. C.Stilcs. N
jpaias will be spared to make you comfortable
Tired or hungry, go to Samuel C. Stiles and
, will get your money's worth and more.
v . " 36 tf
4fEiPriCTBHT Agejit. The Portland papers
mention frequent real estate sales' at heavy fig
mres, negotiated bj Wm. Davidson, Esq., Real
Ejtale Agent and Special Collector of Claims.
.Nprsm hasembcrie l In business in Portland
' or elsewhere in this State whose success and
ffieiency hare been so marked as have Mr.
Davidson's. His of5ce on . Front street Is the
- headquarters of strangers in quest of Oregon
real tstate, and no one takes more pleasure in
imparting' information to the inquiring. In
tm i latter row Mr., D. is a jiublic benefactor.
imFIUCShlKG FR AGR Arjc E
"Neither French. English, nor German per
fumeswssess any .refreshing or invigorating
;projwrties, their beary, sweet smelL quickly be
eotoing oppressive and disagreeable; not so
withjtbe fresh floral fragrance of Murray A
sjim aji's Florida Water, which, after years
f constant use, is found more refreshing than
..tthftrittrULV'' . .: .-..-
S3T" As there ae worthless counterfeits buy
ers e&emld always ask for the Florida Water
prepared by Lmman k Kemp, New York.
Grlatpleney, feour Stomach, aud Heart
, ' Ar the warnings given by nature of appro
eh Jng djrjpepsia and Jircr complaint. Avert
Hhe danger b using - Bristol's . Sugar-ceated
lPflI.! V They invigorate , the liver, tone and
strengthen tbe stomach, and, enable the bowels
td'perform their functions with ease and regu
la'rity. - Occasional doses of Bristol's Sarsapa
riHik will gteatjy hasten s eurec . . itd;--
TS7Blese4 are theywho seek relief fiom
X4rer Conplalrtt," 'TJilioaanesf,'' severe linger
taff'Cougb rrd Bronchitis, ' by using Dr.
Peiree't AltExt. or Golden Medics 1 Discovery,
for they shall be happy in ' knowing that the
eure is eoniplete. ; $1,00 rsward is offered by
th proprietor for a medicine that will canal it
ia the euro of all the diseases -for which it is
re ommende d Tor ota'ip itlon of the bowels
and as s blood purifier, for the cure ef Pimples
and, Batches en'the face, gait Rheum, Erysip
elas, aidnii eiin Scroftilous, diseases, this
Jfetielaelsnequallod. Sold by druggists. '
-,.?AV"?51A Cold, pain in the chest,
!lf5?n5hU?f. 10 fact bv youpremonitory
raptoms of tfaefiusatlate aroher," -Consnmp.-
(From the State Register.)
The Sioux Cut Time has an 'itetri
that "v7ill make the ladies faUo hair
stand on end : f One of ; our physician
was called on yesterday to visit a lady
residing beyond Perry creek. 7 On ex
amination, it was found that a lare
irregular hole had been bored in her
head just "behiud the ear, A closer
exainination proved that vermin from
aritficial hair had forced their way
nearly through the bone. The doctor who
attended describes her condition as hor
rible. By request we suppress the
name." ' '
Tho Council Bluffs tfonptireil " re
cords a singular accident : 44 From W.
McGee, Center township, wd learn the
following particulars of a terrible acci
jlent which occured at the upper end
of Big Grove,. last Thursday A farmer
by the name of J. F. Puryyer, had; his
wheatthreshed and stored in the, cham
bers of his house. -The weight proved
too much for the jois, and Thursday
last they gave way, and wheat and tim
bers cnie down with a terrible crash,
burying "beneath them wife and two
children of Mr, Puryyer. One of the
children was killed outright,-and the
other was severely injured, as Was also
'Mrs. Put y; or."
The Sentinel says, it is rumored that
small pox -has made -its appearance in
Jackson and Douglas Counties, and also
at Jacksonville, but thinks it a false
From the Sentinel we also learn that
John C. Thurber's residence at Gas
lurg, was destroyed by fire last Thurs
day night. Estimated los about 81,000
The expenses of Mr. Bachanan's
entire Administration during four years
were only a little over one half tho cost
of (i rant's Administration for one year,
according to the statement of that
super-loyal ape, Schuyler Colfax. This
is the difference between Democratic
aud Radical rule; and yet, in the face
of these figures, they prate about the
economy of Grant's rule. Out upon
the knaves. Plaindealer. - "
Precisely so; and during Buchanai.'s
Administration, ho folded his arms,
looked calmly on aud smiled, while the
scoundrel, Floyd, was robbing the Trea
sury of the United States : tr.utor.
were reveling in the halls of our Na
tional Capitol, acd treason was stalking
the streets at noon day before his eyes;
at the end. of which time, the old itube
cilc, prostitute himself, stood in the
White House and cried, there is no
power in the Constitution to coerce a
seceded State ; while Old nickory, ad
ministering the law under the same
Constitution, said to, the same people,
by the eternal, if you attempt to
secede,...! -will hang you for treason.
And General Grant, during bis Admin
istration, took Vicksburg and Ilich
moud, and ' cleaned out the whole
Southern pro-slavery, Democratic reb
els; and there's another difference.
. have fr the past eight months,
constantly use'd one of the 15 Norton,
Oride,GoId Lever Watches, manufac
tured by Chas. P. Norton & Co. 86
Nassau-Street, New York, and found
the total variation in its time but onc-
lialf minute, (00 seconds,) and it re
tains the-satne appearance of gold as
when purchased. Several of ourmen
use them with the sarao results, I
cheerftil rcconnueod them for 'correct
ness and wear. V
HORACE W. WniTAKKR.
The 812 Lever Watch, No. 13.580,
1 purchased from Chas V Norton '& Co.
8 " Nassau-Street, New York, January
5th, has ben carried by me over six
months, with a total variation in time
of only 26 seconds, without the sl'gfht
est rejzulating, and presents the gam;
brilliaocy of color as when ptirchascd.
JAMKS R. WILSON,
Sec. American 8. M . Co. N. Y
Now York. July 30th, 1870.
The Five Dollar Sewing Machine purchased
by me, January, 1866, from the Family Sowing
Machine Company, Nassau-Street, N, T., has
been in almost constant use ever since, It has
not been out of order once. Has cost nothing
for repairs, and X find it simple and reliable in
operation, and always ready -to sew. - Those
friends of mine who use them with the new
improvements are very tnucn pleased. The one
I have I would not part with.
MRS. ANN W. CUTIIBURT,
: i -v ?. 428. West 36ih-Street, New York. '
'gPAi-Diya's Prbpamo Gtce." ,
FfofnO.F.'. Colburn, Doctor of Dental Survey
v -jfewark, N. J.
The popular dentrifiee known as Sozodout,
besides being a very pleasant addition to the
toilet, contains ingredients, that, if used ; ac
cording to the directions,will prove of the great
est utility to the health of the mouth and teeth.
"SPALDrsa's Gtue!1 with Brush, ready for
use.- - - ,
A Fine Thin gfor the Teeth. , ,
The fragrant . Sozodont has taken a very
prominent plaae among tie ' most approved
dentriflcesof the day. It is ' very popuUr
article for the toilet, highly recommended by
all who1 have used it, as a beautifler and
preserver of the teeth, refreshing the mouth,
sweetening, the breath, and arresting the, pro
gress of decay , , '
Berlin, tfov. 6 A dispatch from
Dole says Garibaldi has been taken
prisoner; with 30 Italian officers.. Gar
ibaldi writes that there is no enthusi
asm among the French. They tforl't
believe in victory. "
V ersailles, JNov. 7,-.n?f reality
the negotiating parties never approach
ed the basis of argument for an armis
tice. The revictualling of Paris was
insisted on from the beginning by
Theirs, ) but i was ateadily refused by
Be fink, Nov. 7. Cleavy carinooad
ing was heard to-day in the direction of
Maude and Belfort. The l'rencli have
burned the village "of 31 eslorsV :& J.i 3
On Friday i loaled ships left New
York for Germans ports, indicating
that trade in that direction is
sumcd. '";5" " :; ". '
At the family renidonce, near -Silvcrton"
Marion County, Nov. the 8th, LORRlN M.
Consort of ANSON IIOliAttT, aged 67 years,
SPEC I A L NO TICKS.
Office, Xe. Gl Front Street,
Portland - - - Oregon.
Xeal Estate Dealer.
Special Collector of Claims.
A larjre amount of CITY and EAST PORT
LAND Property for Sale.
Also, IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable un
cultivated ( LANDS, located in all part of
Divestments in KCAL ESTATE and other
PROPERTY, made for correspondent.
CLAIMS of all descriptions pronaptly collect
ed., ' "
HOUSES and STORES leased.
All kinks of Financial And General Agency
Parties bavin FARM PROPERTY for sale
will jileaxe furnish description of the same
to the AGENTS OF THIS OFFICE, m
each of the prindira! CITIES and TOWNS
of tbi STATE. 18-tf.
1840 ( 1? 70
FOK TI1IH1Y Yi:KH
Has that well-dnown, standard and popular
PAIN KILLER, -
manufactured by TVrry, Davu 4 Son, Trori-
Ipnce, u. I., been before tbe puIie, ao'l to that
tune has become known in all parts of the
world, and bren used by people of all nations.
It remains to-day that same gord and c If. fi
rm remcly. Its wondvrful power in rcleiving
the most severe pain hae nerer been equalled,
and it has earned its world wide popularity by
its intrinsic merit. No curative agent has had
so wide-spread a sal, tr given such uoitersa
satisfaction. The various ills for which the
I'ain Killer is an unfailing cure are 1oo 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. i
Sold by all Druggists.
Price 25 cts., 0 cts., and f I per bottle. 3-1 1 w
Ctuestionst fr the
? worth trhile to endure penal torture
after every meal, when iudigestion : can be
immediately relieved .and permanently cured
by so agreeable a remedy as dIOSTETTER'S
Dora it pny to be compelled by debility and
fanguor to abandon active business, wben
brain, nerve and muscle can be braced up, and
the whole system ; restored te a healthy condi
tion by a coarse of llrjSTETTER'S "BIT
Why approach the dinner-table daily with a
positive disgust for all that is savory and
delicious, when a vigorous appetite for even
the plainest fare is created by the use of H03-J
TETTER 3 BITTERS? y't ,: U
Is it wise to live in thi bright world as if it
were a dungeon, gloomy, discontented and
miserable, when the worst case of hypochron
dria can he cured in a week by such a pleasant
and wholesome exhilirant as HOSTETT&R'S
BITTERS? 1 i :
Can it be porsible that any person of bilious
habit will run the risk of remittent fovcr or
billions colic, when he can, tone and regulate
the great secretive organ with HOSTETTER'S
Is it not a species of moral insanity for any
miner or planter in Ibe interior, or any traveler
or sojourner -on the placers, to be without the
best known antidote to tho effects of poisoned
air and impure water, HOSTETTER'S IIIT
TERS? -. ; -
Considering the, '.harassing and depressing
nature of the functional derangements to which
woman is subject, is it not astonishing that any
invalid of tbe feebler sex should hesitate to
seek, the relief afforded in such -cases, by the
genial operation of HOSTETTER'S BIT
TERS? r These are questions of doeper interest than
any of, tbe political dogmas of the day, and
and those whom they concern are invited to
give them something more than a passing
thought,,? if ; Si 4w.
PICTURE -i vlli:iiv.
TIHE ATTENTION . DF ,THE PUBIilC
is invited to the Improved facilities which
I have recently made to my apparatus, by
which I am able to take , , , , , . ,
' Thus making the heretofore task WVettrritf
correct likenesses of CllIJLDHIi: e. matter
of small'motnent. J. ' '" ,
S SJyTGallery located m Main street Dallas.
' .. W. ,11. CATTERLLM.
Dallas, April 32,1870." . 8;tm s
: NEW AD VER TJ SEME NTS.
Mothers,! IVe Found III
IOR YEARS I HAVE SEARCHED f OR
fs remedy that will CURE your; children
by removing the CAUSE, and at last I can say
CA E M 1 fl IT i vT CO R 0 1 A L V
This is a pleasant antacid, and in large doses
laJtative! In small doses, an astringent medi
cine exceedingly useful in all bowel afieetions,'
especially of children. It Is a safe, certain
and effectual remedy for Cholic, Diarrbiva,
Cholera Morbus, Summer Complaint, Griping
Pain, Sour Stomach, Costiveness, Wind on the
Stomach, Cryiug aud Fretting of Children. In
Teetbingi there is notbiug 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, having been
in use for several years it recommends itself.
Do not give yoor children the "aootbing
syrups," tor they stuptfy without doing any
Dr. W. WATKRIIOtK,
4 For Sale by. Druggists. The trade supplied
on reasonable terms. Hundreds of Testimo
nials can be given if necessarv.
13 tf DR. W. WATERHOUSE.
Vf M, 1'AUMKSTKB. r. J. A B( OCK.
PAE!i!EfiTR & BABCOCKi
Manufacturers, and W holesale and He
tall Dealers lu
' "i''"'i;iI?,wi,riitiiref '
'Commercial Street Salem, Oregon,
ON HAND THE LARGEST
To be found in Marion County,
All ktnls of Picture Frames, Coffins and
Caskets made to urdr ou short notice add at
PARMENTEU A BADCOCK.
Salem, March 23, 1870. 4- tf
T II K O V I II K T A I,,
Formerly "WESTERN HOTEL.'
Corner of First and Morrison Street,
Meters. SMITH fc COOK
HAVK TAKEN THIS WELL KNOWN
House and HcStted and Rfumihed It
throughout, making it by far the BEST HO
TEL IN PORTLAND.
N. II. Ht and Cold Bath attached to th
lluuse for the benefit f Juetst
., SMITH A COO!-:,
portNnd. April II. 7:tf
VILVI O. Ai BOOX9
W holesale aud Retail dealers iu
AND YANKEE NATIONS.
imrE TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY OF
If informing the public that we have just
received a large invoice of
Of H styles, direct from the manufactories in
tbe East. "Our stock is the ,
Largest ever o fie red In ttiisIarket,
Which we will se'l at wholesale and retail
CHEAP as any other houe in the State.
Y EATON A BOON.
Palcm, Ogn., March 10th, 1870. 2-tf
1S70. cailier! Ilros. 1870.
0AI.P.3I - - - - - OR12GOX.
Men's Tap Sole Sewed Boots .$14 00
.Men's Double Sole, Sewed Boot.;.... 13 00
M Men's Single Solo, Sewed Boots...I 12 00 R
OMen's Tap Sole, Pegged Boots 11 0 "
Men's Single Sole, Pegged Boots.
Men's French Kip Boots.......
7 00 o
Men's Kip Boots, Oregon or Cali-
g Men's Best French Calf Sewed Ox-
ford Ties. .....
'' " -
Men's Best French Calf Pegged Ox
ford Ties ., 8 00 ,
f piIE BEST BRANDS OF HENCJI CAI..F
JL used in all our boots, and every pair
warranted ; to give satisfaction. Wo also nave
the largest And best selected stock ef Eactcrn
and California made Ituots and Shoe a which
wo offer At wholesale or retail at prices which
DAK SOLE LEATHER, FRENCH
CALIV KIP AND UPPER
Shoe Machinery and everything generally
found in a Leather and Finding Store.
Gold coin paid for HIDES and FURS. ,
; GILBERT BROS.
Salem, Ogn., March 10, 1870. 2 6m
Durcnns, -b-.,? . . -wis-...
i uu:-tJ'' ,r ,.IIcI steads,
A Variety of CHAIRS, for JUtckea and
Parlor use, .
UAW-IIIDK nOTT03t CHAIRS,
Of my own make. , . ' ,?
81iop near Wny.ro ire's ITU II
I INVITE THE PUBLIC TO EXAMINE
my stock. I shall be pleased to show you
my goods, and better pleased when you buy,. ,
J New Work put "Up to' order, and Repairing
done at the low-cash tyr ice. - !
NE W A D VER TISEMENTS.
VV t M PROVED FAMILY ' W
SEWING MAC II IN
1 $12 50 vlenr profit per day. $75 00 per week.
$300 -per month made Ar, by any Lady of
G est i, km a introdu ! g. this Qbvwk and Ori
ginal Old Favohite. With its many - and
prmtfeal addition, ranking the hiM fumphtt
rontbitxttitin of Valuable and utrftil ituprtrre
went ever effected in any one ma'bin. The
embodiment of extreme simplicity, efficiency
and utility',, entirely different in- model and
dttiyn from any low priced machine. , It U the
mi'ist ert'ueibte, ileyaUt and reliable Family
Skwixg Maciii.vk ever turentfd, gives perfect
satisfaction wherever introduced. Ha reeeiv-
cd Pmeicm$' Stood the test of 10 years, and
is fully approved of by everti family who have
them in use. Is noiah. makes the strongand
beautiful Elastic Locti Stitch with wonderful
rapidity and. CKRTAIXTY. Sen anything-h
nredfa wiu co Timot tiH, from the jim-Kttu the
thirient fabric, rw and neat, with earn-. Uies
all kinds of silk or thread direct from thepoo;
is improved with new telf-acting fetd, upriug
tendon, rf ynider, and uses the ttdjuxtobte
STHUOHT NKtlLK, perjeidieulir Motion, wilh
powerful IfCer action? Poesesees AiX the good
fpi'ilititt of the bent high prieed iitm-hiue con
densed, without their eoiuplieutiim or fAl'l.T,
iSaiupt' of neteiiig 8KXT FitKE, cn receipt of
stamp. For eirtijienteo, etc,, see PKSCRIPTH'K
PAvrHLKTS, innilctl free.'' A thorough prneticsl
sewing mneliine' for family usjo.'- Tribune."
A very strong and reliable mucbinc, ut a low
price. i Standard." This beautiful sewing
machine is one of the inot ingenious pieces '
median i in ever invented.. lhnttrut" Ga.
Worth many, times its cost to any family.
' N. Y. H 'cekly." It is quite anew machine
with its many late improvements, and sews
with astonishing ease, rapidity and neatness.-
fl'pubtieau,'? N. Y.' 'Single machines, tw
phm, selected wish care, fok FiWiLV i!e, with
everything comi'LETK, sent to any part of the
country per express, packed in at rang woudm
bar, vufa:, ou receipt of price, $5 Mt. Safe des
livery of goods guurauteed. Forward cafh bv
ni:ciTKHKj lettkr, or P. 0. jioskv okokr. at
our ris,-. Agents . wnt d, mule or ft male,
everywhere. New pamphlets, contaluiog extra
liberal indueemetits, Sent SKKE,
Address Fauji.r Skwi.no- .Machi.nk Co Office
bb Na'ssai Htkekt. New York. t 3t l y
HfcDUfcH. x . ' J Mlrwis.
3IAIN STREKT, INDEPENDENCE.
"MNE WINES, LIQUORS AND SEGARS
JD served t customers en thort notice.
This establishment d'es not dispeufe tangle
foot or anything of that character.
vfr Cill at the iem.-ri
HEDGES A MERWIN.
J. W. CKAWfunO. i T. a. XEWMAX.
TIO.XEER TLX .OT STOVE ST OR E,
Front Street, one Door South of
Post 0Sce; :
Dallas - - " - -r - - Oregon.
IIE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE TO
inform the citicns of Dallas and vicinity
that tby hare replenished their stock of tin
wareand have now on hand a large assort
ment of . . . : ; .
Box ami Tarlor Slotes,
Of every description.
Also a Harge 'upp'y f
, Ire, Ac.
fllsving procured the services of a ftr)tc1ass
workman we are now constantly manufactur
ing all kinds of tin furnishings tat stoves and
fur farmers use. '; Soeh a
tove Boilers,; Cnflee and Tea Pots,
;Tea Kettles, ti!k Panx. Dippere,
(I.ard and lttitter Cans.
And in fact, all articles of tiiiwnre usually
fiund In store an tinware stores, all o' which
we 'offer for sale at priws that will jurfifv pur
chasers to patronise us rather than Sale to cr
special attcutioij will be given toj
Of nil kinds.
In connection with the store and tin etorc,
we will continue our, ... .
:iMEAT lARiaiT;: ;
Where will bo kept , all kinds of seasonable
meats, both FRESH and SALT.
In exchange for goods in our line we will
take all kinds of country produce, such as
Butt,r, Eggs, Chickens, Flour, Bacon, &c.
We invite the -public to -"call and i examine
our stock. CRAWFORD A NEWMAN..
Dallas, March 4, 1 S70. I tf ,
HUE AT KXITIMI KIwT !
Paris to lie Bombarded !
BUT, NOTWITHSTANDING,- THERE
will be found, nt LAUU HKRY, & COL
LINS' the bes,t assortment of Family , Grocer
iea ever offered' to the public, which can W brad
by ll who love good things to eat : Our
terms are easy, and our motlo, "Small profits
and quick sales." ' ,
' Remember, Main Street, Dallas, at Brown's
old Store Room. , - . : . ' 1
S3 tf LAUOHERY A. COLLINS.
Ad tnihist rotors' iVotlce. .
OTICE IS 'HEREBY OIVEN . THAT
3 the undersigned was duly appointed at
the August term of the County Court for Yam
bill couuty, Oregnn,.adpUnistrator of the estate
of John B. Kirby, deceased, lato of said county.
'Those , having claims against said estate are
required to present them with proper vouchers
to tho said administrator within six mouths
fr jin dato hcroof. ' , '
JOEL A. KIRBY,
. : - Administrator. '
MeMinnville, -Oregon, August 8th, 1870. -aug!3-!w
Home shuttle icuingr Ufa
. chine! i. 1
Great Reduction Jo. Prices I,
THE ABOVE. CELEBRATED FAVOR-'
ite machine is now, offered to the public
at the reduced price ot of TWENTY .DO L
LARS, and will be kept constantly on hand
and for sale at the rooms of ,' 1
; ; Btirrhawl Powers,
No 139, First Street, Portland, Oregon.
,r n. jd. riouriims ;"
'3-tf - Traveling Agent,
NEW fA JDyERTlSEMjZNTf
THE NEW1 POODfE
For a few cents you can bay
of your Grocer or Braggist a
l ackageof SEA MOSS 1?A1UXE,
made from pure Irish jloss, Jr
Carrageen, wliich will malo
sixteen quarts of GUlanc Mange,
and a like quantity of Piid
ding?, Custards, Creams, Char-,
lottc Russc, kc. It isi the
cheapest, healthiest, and most
delicious food In tho world It
makes a splendid Dessert, and
hasno equal as a light and
delicate food for Invalids and
A Glorious Change 1 v r
TlIE CItEAT WORLD'S TONIC
Plantation Bitters. ;
Tlii womlcrfnl vegctaMe -restorative
i Stc &licct-:in'
clior of the feeble and clcilli
taleil. A mania mil cordial ;
for tle aged nnd laittjusti,- it
lias o equal ainoti- slorn- ;
nclaics. Ah n reisily lor tlio1
cr'oii- weaksacs to 'waicli'
women are especially salt-'
ject, it i Mipcrseding every
other !Hlii:ialaat. In all Cli
mat PS tropica i ccnapcralf,
or frisidKit'acle,M4 a sperjflcj
la every species of lirtJcs'f
u hlch MiidcrmiHp f fie f?oiiS3y
strength and lrc;j;r dow the,
aniaial spirits. For sale" lj
all-Drussisti.. ;, hz"
: . ..STABLE.:
lu rear of tie Capital iloteY vlinex
-' . ; '' . SALEM, OU IvGO.V., r.':;i
nOBSES AND CARRIAGES tO KTl
tn . reasonable' terms. . Spoeial tteoioa
paid to transient and boarding borne. ( -
IBOOTll A TLAMuNDOy, ; i
2-tf , ;. -' ' '' ,i ".' .Pnirk-tri .
UO YOU lJA I)i;ilTAlDI ,
1 LL THOSE WHO ARB IKDEBTEB
j to Ihe nndfrtvcned wnt ! either pnnffle.
th CASH or give -th ir KOT15.; . In ?eae of aM
failure to do either, there will bo business: fur
the legal fraternity. Vs ' .
B. P. NICHOLS
July U, mO. ? -i i 20-tf .
The Cheapest Store in
2 1-2 Miles nvest of Dallas,
iimfj tviy ' :
O AS BKEK FltilT3D ; ' WITH : 'TIlKr
largest and bet ; .stick " of gtods erer'
brought into l'olk County. ' ' , ,i.i
WbicU we propose to ell LOWIvR than
any other store5 in the county, ;for CAStI 6r
PRODUCE, for which we will pay tho' highest
market price. ; i V . . ,. ' : . ' I .
! Our stock con8i?ts of every deeripu6n of
goods generally kept In firat, class country
store?, -d? t-? j T ?"i,,4i,5
Alo constantly on hand a large ajorUn&M
Of .". . ... : ... ,., . . " ', f,. iff
I laimelM, - -'A - J
Casxiiiicres aiit '
. . :.. .s ' 1 . ; ! xf
Undo In tho Ellcndale Mills, which we wilU v
sell vtrr cheap. " ' ' '
Kilcudrtle, July 9, 180 . - tf'isn
Craivl'ord cV IVciTnian; u
PIONEER TIX & STOVE STORE-
HAVE A NEW ANI SELECT STOCK u
;u:. .'fl! v- Or n 'M.jfia N,r a i 4
Japaned Ware, PorceUin- Ltnfd , tswj
. Pots lor ,1 rult, a Great. Variety ;w
Gem ,lan, Pressed Tartsu
4 Cookliifr fstsoona. .liff IteatersrUyoll .j
Ing,, Fixtures of Improved Pattrti h
KolUug Plu, &ct ,c. . ;iI
- i CUAAfFORb.A NEWMAN-u',;
Dallas, April 15, IfcTO. ,: ... T:tfif,f,
lmrELcirs premium sXlmonVes'V
? in markctr-in kits or barrels, . '
For tale at ' ,'COX .AllllAllT'S,