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T07II'& COUNTY fiEVlS.''
DALLAS; t U KD A Y NOV. 1 i, 1870.
( Latest Ner York Gold Qnotationa..L;.,V..112j
Icgal lender in Portland:
BttjtogUy'.V.'S9 J Selling... .(...,.90
Dallas Produce and Commission
Corrected Weekly, by G. B. StUeaJ
Merchant, Maid Street, Dallas, Oregon.
W1IEAT ;75e bosh.
ATS 30 35
, FLOUR $5 $5 50 bbl.
' Sk$l 25 $1 37.
CORN MEAli-$3 to $4 "ft bbl.
HBEANS$5 bbl. -BACON
Side. 14 lGJo B lb.
JlAMS17 fl8e lb.
BtfTTER 26 37e B lb.
EGGS 30o doz. ' L M
. LARD Bulk, 121e: tins. 13 & 14e.
POTATOES From Wajrdn, 50e i bhl.
APPLES-Greeo, 50c bbl. j
.-m:-.: vDried,4 5 c -ft ft. tr
CHEESE New Oregon, 20 25o B,;
r UHMKKNS 52 50 doz,
'TURKEYS 75 $1 each.
" Mr. L. A. Robb wishes to inform all person
risking Dallas, that his house will be open for
the accommodation of all 'who desire good
Board and Lodging during Court week.
Tha.5K9Giti!o Dar. ReT. D. L. Spauldiag
wishes ua to inform tbo public that there will
bo Preaching and other Religious Services on
Thanksgiving Day, at 11 a. m , at jthe SI. E.;
Church, Dallas. ""
Wo beg to call the attention of tbe public to
the New and Extensive Stock of Fall and Win
tertScods just arrived, which are being sold at
axtremely low rates, by Messrs.) N. A J.
. D. Lee. The public will do well to pay them a
yiait. J Their new Advertisement will be found
on page two of this issue.
' Sma.lv Pox We are informed by a gentle
man just from the neighborhocd of Solt Creek,
in this county, that Miss Kcrkcndol, who ha.
the small pox, in the same house.; wftre Mr.
Frederick died in has almost recovered. The
same gentleman also states th it the other case
of reported small pox in his neighborhood turns
oat to be chicken pox.
We have been favored with a sample of verj
fiaei large white and red kidney potatoes,
grown on Salt Creek in this county, by Mr. E
A. Graham. He informs us that nine of them
made tip a half bushel, which, tnm their im
mense size, cannot be doubted. ' They will 1 e
kept at our offitVfor a few days, iu order 1
.give those interested in such matters an oppo;
fnity of seeing them .
- - W notice with pleasure the disposition ex
hibited by several of our "citizens to accoramo
tdate those who may bate .occasion to visit us
' Court week," commencing on Monday next.
Wo call attention to the names of Massr 8. C
Stiles and L. A. Robb, whose notices will bo
found in another place, and to Mr. Sebring.
sutd also to our old friend Uncle Toinmj (Mr
Xovelady), where will always be found, as wi
"have testified from long experience, cleanliness,
-cheerfulness and: good substantial fare, an-l
more of the creature comforts than can often
be found outside of our " own palaces" and
tbe charges are very raasonable.
At tarly dawn on Monday morning last
four oi'our prominent citizens, Mews. Sullivan
McCain, Butler and Catcrlin, left Dallas for
Xafayctte, Yamhill County, the three tornier to
Attend to business at the Court, which heM
session there this week, the latter to attend to
his own business. They were driven to the scene
of actien by our obliging friend Ed. Clark,
who was ready on time w'.th bi thoroughbrace
wagon and smart grey team. We sincerely hope
'that he exercised bis u.ual care in transporting
a freight so precious to its destination, and that
be will be on hand at the time appointed
(Friday or Saturday), and land them safely
again at the place from whence they started ;
for it would be too much to expect that tie
quiet, peaceable, sober and law abidtng citi
zens of Dallas could long endure the absence
of so many of their Legal Advisers.
All (persons visiting Dallas will fin! a good
bed on which to rest and get a number one
meal of victuals, by calling on S. C. Stiles. No
pains will be spared to make you comfortable.
Tired or hungry, go to Samuel C. Stiles and
you will get your money's worth and more.
SrAMnia's Gdpe," useful and true.
TteWerd Sozodont," t
Whie his fast becoming a household word, is
derived from the Greek, and composed of two
werds, Soto and Odo.tt.ks. Bmn," translated
means to preserve, and "Odontos," the teeth.
Sozodost, a preserver of the teeth. And it is
true to its name. - '
.The FlreDollar Sewing Machine purchased
by me, January, 1866, from the Family Sewing
Machine Company, Nassau-Street, N. Y., has
beeflSn almost constant uo ever since. It"has
not beea oat of order once, y Has -eect nothing
or repairs, and I find it simple and reliable in
operation, and always read to sew. Those
.ftiends of mlno who use them with the new
"improvement are very mncn pleased. The one
I bare 'I would Kf part with. (
MRSvANNjW. cuihrtjrt, :; -ui
" ' ? 428. West 3(5th-Street, New York.
ggfU you doa't want to disgust everybody
witn your offensive breath, cure your Catarrh
upon which it depends. - $500 rewaid is offeree
br tbe oroorietor of Dr. Sago's Catarrn Kerne
dy for a case of Catarrh which he cannot cure,
Itissold brdruireists. Can get it for 60 denti
ly , mail from Dr. R, V, Pierce, 133 Seneca
arteet, Buffalo, N. Y. Pamphlet free Don't be
swindled by men calliog themselves Dr. Sage ;
Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., Js tbe only
man now livioz that can make the Genuine
and original Dn Sage's Catarrh Remedy, and
bis prvate Government Revenue Stamp, bearing
upon uw portrait, name and address, is
iipoa every package of tbe genuiae.
I 0N?P $Qs. !irh.--A special dis
! pitch" from Par sdatod the 0th, 'says
1 rochu now has equipped 1,050 field
pieces, cf uew and improved patterns.
TheHhreevarnKa of the gurrim-'con
siats of -665,000 men Trochu informed
the troops that the whole force of the
Germans around Pari was" ouly 200,
OOOmon, and that when the proper
time came he could easily break the
circle.- ''vVn .'"-:- - -
An official report ishows that provisi
sions are sufficient j to give fresh treat,
bacon, bread aud dried vegetables iu
all, two pounds of! solid food daily to
each inhabitant until the 20th of Jan
uary ' -! - -x : ' "" -
.Dole, Nov. 14th. A World cor
respondent at Dole says-l)ijohn has been
re captured by the rrench, who, alter
a brilliaut engagement, drove the Prus
sians from the city. The Prussians arc
London, Nov. 15th, Miduight
Additional trench reports con-rtu the
re-capturc of Dijohn. ' l
A special correspon Jeot, writing from
Rouen, ou the 13th, bays that the spirit
of the people is excellent. The vic
tory at Orleans has had a trcujeudous
A World correspondent writes from
Versailles on the 11th:.'' A grand sur
tie from Paris was expected ou the 1-th
or loth, and preparations to resist it
were vigorously gotng forward.
London, Nov 10th. Garabaldi is
abandoning the Vosges.
The Prussians are advancing to Dole.
New YuitK, Nov. lGth. A London
special says, orders have been received
for the recall of vessels ut war from
evory fetation, except such as are actu
ally needed iu foreign waters. - A large
concentration of ships at Portsmouth is
already appatut. lhe greatest act
vity prevails iu all naval department;
of the kingdom. A powerful fleet will
be immediately dispatched to the 31edi
In best informed circles it is regard
ed that on the present prctcusious ol
Russia a general Kuropeun war is in-
A rupture between England and
Russia is okedup n as imminent li
is alsu bt lieved that I'rusia h hi ch's
alliance with Russia against the rest ,
. Fron tbe Scttemi.in
The river bus raised to six feet above
low water mark.
TheDublic schools will r-eoncn this
. . '
week. iiuy uuu uccu iciuurarny
closed on account ut the prcvatlin dts
ease, be it suill pox, chicken-pox, or
Huford Smith, a pioneer of Murin
county, who settled there in 1818, dit d
.it SiUerton, Nov. 0th, aged 70 years.
He built the hrt naw mtli and jrii
mill on Silver creek, above Silverton.
Dr. McCauley, wlto haft been confined
to the house for bjoic time wi;h the
prevailing disease." is mt :ii;ain. He
has endured the genuitic small-;" x ooce
in his life, and says this is not the same
thing at ail.
The city of M irion that is to be
is situated at the railroad crossing of
mill creek, about seven miles southerly
from S ilern. Passenger cars now run to
this point, and the road is fiuished (or
at least the track IS laid) about half
.i knimAAn ittirannl Ii.ff'ji-cmi Tlint
iirecly at the railroid Crossing,' and. We
avrtnnt ur...,,. i r , fi,v,J-;. tl.rli'inn
I . i. i. i". i .." . i
iago aiuai piace, wuu quite lair local
manufactures and the rich surrounding
COUntrV. " "
I OLK AND It AMHILL. Whatever
the disease is which prevails here, and
.,1 : : ft i .1-
vmci uiutta. ii is nut cuuuncu iu liiis
side of the river, nor to town. We hear
of several cases at farmer's south of
town, and Mr. Charles Calvert, who has
just returned from a business trin
through tbe counties of I'olk and Vam
hill, reports the disease as prevailing
among three families near Sheridan, two
families near Amity, and in one family
in Snrini? Vallev. The nprsnns nrn nf.
foptpd in tho siniP form her nnio
e t ? tl?C.8ilUe rorni as here'. OOOte
of the physicians over thero call itmall-
pox, and some are positive it is not.
t have for tho past - eight 'months,
constantly used one of the 315 Norton,
Onde Gold Lever .Watches, manufac
tured by Chas. I Norton & Co. 86
Nassau-Street, New ork, and found
the total Variation in its time but one
half minute, (JiO seconds,) and it re
tains the same appcaranco of gold as
when purchased. Several of our men
use them with the same results, t
cheerful recommend them for correct
ucss and wear. ,
HORACE W. WIIITAKER.
. 34 3m ,;',;';..;;;,,,;,
The S12 Lever Watch, No. 13.580,
nurnhaed from Chas. P. Xortnn k Co.
a . W-.m-S-., Mnn, Vrb- THi,ii.,i
tyni, uiiii w 11 vin. "vi v-i oi
' , , hiid rhaffi i 'l rfiinil . ri ir nt fiitni civ
moniua, wilii a iuiai vuriaiiuu 111 inue
of only 20 seconds, without-the si ght
est regulating, 'and, presents the samt
brilltaocy of color as when; purchased
JAMES II. WILSON,
fiec. American 8. M. Co. N. Y
(From the Albany Register)
The tnarketThcre has changed mate
rially Vmcej our last quotations, in some
articles. while i others it remains in
statu quo. j Wheat is still quoted at
70 75c. per bushel. We .hear pf but
ouc farmer1 who1 reiorts sales at a high
er rate 80c. . ; . ,
Uutter is a scarce article in this mar
ket, aud readily sells at 373 Cj per
Es.rgs are also eagerly, sought after
ani twelve of ihctn readily ''fetch" three
Apples, of the cooking variety, are
plenty aud cheap.
Potatoes are iu tolerable supply " 75c
per bushel. v ;
Cheese, home made, commands 22
SI'ECIA L NO TJCES.
..wiLixm: da vioso.,
Office, No. M Front Street, '
PORTLAND - - . - OR EG OX.
Special Collector of Claims.
A larjre amount of CITY and EAST PORT
LAN l Property for Sale.
Also,. IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable un
cultivated LANDS, located iu all parts of
the biatt. .
Invastuieuts in REAL ESTATE and other
PROPERTY, made fr com spornlents.
CLAIMS of all descriptions' promptly collect
ed. HOUSE and STORES leased.
All kinks; of Fioanoi) and General Agency
Partus having FARM PROPERTY for sale
will iltri furnish desoriptions if the same
t the AGENTS OF THIS OFFICE.' in
ea h of the -rindi al CITIES and TOWNS
of tin STATE. is-tf.
Pttin is 'spp'9vd to be lot of u p o;
tcoffiiij' as i jovn.jt.-vj ae tin u;i an i ijtic
at anytime to coio ujm u. Threfore it U
imp rtaot that rettieUial agents ulioutd be al
ban I t b usd ou a' eui rgtocy, wUcu thii
l-rWiple l.. dg.-d in th .y.U mh,!
I ivvelop it it, an l we led toe excruciation
ttotics of pain, or the depressing itifluenre o;
rfirta1. Sifh a remedial a.'ent eiiixts in tb
Pais KiM.tH, wboe famoba tntdtf the circui
of the glb e Amid th ctern tl ie of tbe po!a;
rezions or beneath the lPtoIcr.iUlo an t buruio;
s n of tho tropics, 'us virtuus are know i uni
aj, r ciatcd, Uml r alt latitudes, tro a tbe o i
xtrruie to the othrr, puflVriog bummity bt
found relief from many of iu tils by it u
Tbx- wide and brad uret over which tbi me
ifiua ha- j'prf .nl, aiUait iis valuo an I jotou
hrnn mull beginning, the .Pain Kiler ks
pusheJ gradually olong, making it owa big-
way, nolwljr by it virtu:.
Huch utiex.iuip'c! (fuccsa ani pnpiiliarjr
has brought others int lbs fieU, wliu ba
attt'tnptcd, under Minilaritjr of nnia, to uut
ibe cou6denr; of the I'tople and turu it
their own ttelfisbncM and Ui8bn.ty, but thdr
cdorts bv. prowil fruaU-x, wiiilo the Pttui
Kilter m still .'rowing iu tuiblic favor.
lvu n rant Health
f? a l!iPine vouhsafed to few. Even those
ho hav oucii iav..rl by nature with stroj?
constitutions and vigorous frames are apt to
nvitnfl t ho lrii'!itl! iiu M Di-ri-MH.ir V to DTC-CrVO
1 those rrvt'iou endowment'. Indeed, as a rule
I the tnortf hoixlthv ami rubust a matt li, the
- A .
t llh.r.v,... It n i 1 tr.rtll...J ttslr Villi II 1 4
.iv nlm.inilK II 14 mutiD CilO Hlllllti in tl thO
natuarlly w,akahl feeble to know that th-y can
1 tt mi itivil'llat.'d till I built III). bV a IfOP X U.'O
I oi i lie Mivaiio nuivu nmiuu u.a - - -
,n Wt M lo a much letter chance of
ong Uf,, and exemp!ionafri-mdi!ea!e8 and pain.
than tbe tuo.tt atliletio t tnctr iciiows wu ro
j at,ic. n net accordingly. "
It is not too much to say that more than half
il.n nminlo of tbe cm ixcl world neo l an oeca
I . - . . .. .
sionat tonic, to enable them te support tno
strain upon their bodies and minds, which the
fast life ol this restless age orrasious. In fact
a pure, wuoiesomc, unexcuing ionic i
erand desideratum of the bu.y millions, and
they have the article in HOd TETTER'S
STOMACH U1T1 tills. It is a taI!iaj.
mkpk ink, i. e. it imparts permanent strength
to weak systems and lovicorates delicate con
stitutions. , Its reputation atid ita rales nave
steadily increased. Compttitivo preparatbms
have been introduced ad libitum, and, as far as
t!e public is concerned, d nauseurn, in the
hopfot riVaing it. but they have all either
periehed in tbe attempt, or been left far in the
rear. It ha been the our at medical stcckss
of tub i-RESBST F!iTt:BY, and it is quite, cer
tain that no proprietary medicine in this coun
try is as widely.. knowu, or as generally used.
Ten Iitfhtnin presses, running inetssantiy
(Sundays excepted,) the whole year through,
barely supply the demand for the Illustrated
Almauac, iu which the nature aud uses of. the
preparation are set forth, tbe circulation now
I being over five millions a year
Haltllbeum and all Scabious liriiptloua
are, to a perfect certainty, relieved and removed
by the use of Bristol s barsnpanlla and Pit's.
The cleai sing searching., detergent properties
of the Sarsaparilla neutralizes and separates
the poisoned humors from the healthy blood,
and the pills puro out and carry off the dan
gerous virus. . 570.
Flowers Fade and Die.
The rich fragrance of Murray & Lanvan's
Flokdia ....Water is tho perfumes of nature's
rarest flowers. Tho Fowers fade and die," but
I their living breath s'o t steftk--ia made oer
petual in this exqusite floral water for the
1 uttuuneecuiei, lue louei and mo U.ttti.j.
i I. ! . r . t. . : 1 . . ,
iTAs there are worthless eonte eits rtuv-
ers should always ask for the Florida Water
prepared by Lanmau 4 Kouip, New Ycrir." s
j . - ti 5 14.
Have You a Co voir. Cold. Dalnin the chest.
Or Bronchitis? In fact,' havo you premonitory
symptoms oi me "insatiate tarcner,-" Consump
tion tf. Know that relief is at hand ia IVwUirs
JJaUam Wild Cherry.
NE W A D VER Tlgtf M EXTS.
itlol hers, I've Found It!
OR YEARS I HAVE SEARCHED FOR
remedy that will CUKE jrour children
by removing the CAUSE, and at last I can say
"Eureka." TRY IT. : -
This Is a pleasant antacid, and in largo doses
laxative; in small dose, an astringent ihodU
cine; exceedingly useful in all bowel affestipns,
e8pecial!y of children. It W a safe, certain
and effectual remedy , for Cholic, Diarrbeea,
Cholera Morbus, Summer Complaint, Griping
Pain, Sour Stomach. Cost! venees, Wind ou 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, having been
in use for several years it recommends itself.
Do not give your children the "soothing
syrups," tor they etupify without doing any
permanent good. i; ; .
I)r. TV WATEIlIIOflSIi:,
MONMOUTH, OREGON. ;
For Sale hy Druggists. The trade supfdied
on reasonable termi. Hundreds of Testimo
nials can be given if necessary.
13 tf pit. W. WATER HOUSE. .
C. M. I'AU.MKNTKR. s , f' J. BABC'oCK.
PARFilEMTER & BABCOCK,
MaaufacturerH. and UoleMale and Re
tail lt-alt'ii iu
Commercial Street, Salem, Oregon,
AVE ON HAND THE LARGEST
FA PKItII A A IXUS
T be found in Marion County.
A 11 kiB'ls of Picture Frames, Coffins and
CUkcts ma le to order on short notice and at
! PA RM ENTER A BAR COCK.
Salem, March 2;'. J70. 4-tf
'I II I) OCI li K A T A I,,
Formerly "WESTERN HOTEL "
Ctrtier of FJrat. and .Morrison street.
Messrs. SMlT'I iV COOK
AVE T. K EN THIS W I". L L K N O N
use and ' Rrfitied and Puftimi-bed if
lb;.igbout, U3)ikinjf it by fr the REST HO-
I II IN P'H FLAN u.
V. li.- Hot and Cold Hath attached to th
Luse (vi iho ttctlil of Ulk-i-U.
j ' SMITH A TOOK,
Portland. Atwil U. 1S7P. f:tf
U holt-sale and Retail dealers in
M m I OA L I N ST RUM KNTS,
AND YANKin: NOTIONS.
117' E TAKE THIS
f'f informing the public that w
o have just
rccetrea a larre invotco of
Of all Myles, direct from the manufactories in
the Ka.t. Oar stock is the'
Largest ever oflered In this Market,
Vcb we will se'l at wholesale and retail
CHEAP a3 anjf other hone in the State.
V EATON A COON,
aicm, Ogn., March 10th, 1870. Zf
IJO. Gilbert Ilro. 1870.
StAlM ...... ()iti:co.
lu'4 Tap Side Scwwl Roots .$14 00
. i?n's Double Sole, Sewed Root 13 CO
n Single Sole, Sewed Roots. 12 00 K
O jen's Tap Sole, Pegged Roots U 0 "
'en's Single Sole, Pegged Roots...
10 00 1
7 00 2
. . s
"u jen's French Kip Roots..
len s Kip uoots, urcgon or can-
ifnLfc lt-.ithef '.
S feu's Dest French Calf Sowed 0 x-
jen's Rest French Calf Pegged Ox
flHK REST BRANDS OF FRENCH CALF
1 used in all our
used in all our boots, and every pair
ranted to give satinfiiction. Wo also have
areest and best selected stock of eastern
unotaiiforuia made Hoots and Hhnes which
woifer at wholesale or retail at prices which
def competition ! jl i
0K SOLE LKATHKR, FltKNCII
, I CALl K 1 1 A N I) UPI'EIt
Flo Machiucry aud Ocrythin? generally
fiint in a Leather and Finding Store.
old coin paid for HIDES and FURS.
? i : GILBERT BROS.
klcm, Ogn., Jdarch 10, 1870. i5 2-6m .
. , fSecUtcadt
arlety of CH AIRS, for ICitcheu and
Pallor use i ;
lAW-IIIDR IlOTTO!t CHAIRS, 1
' . v.-; Of my own make. '' """ "' ''
Sop ncair Wa y mire's Itli II
ITE T HE PUBLIC TO EXAMINE
y stock. I shall; be pleased to show you
oodJ.-and setter pleased wnen yu buy, 4
w Work put up to ordor. and Repairing
do at the lowest cash price.
WEI. C. WILLS.
KE W A DVERT1XEA1ENTS.
SEWING MACHINE, ;
' $12 50 clear profit per dn$i $75 00 per ivrsk
$300 per . month ; uiale KASr by any.Lanror
Ok.ntleman introducing this Gkcijie and Out
GisAt, Old Favorite. With if? many new and
practical -mtdititmii. making themopt fmnphte
vombinntion of alnnUe and unvul imjtrnve
ment ever effected, in any one machine. The
embodiment of extreme simplicity,' efficiency
and utility, entirely different in model and
dtifn from any low priced machine, t It in the
moat serviceable, eletjaUt and reliable J:amu.y
SluWixu Machine ever invented, ives perfect
satisfaction 'wherever 'introduced.' ' lias receiv
ed Fkemii msj' , Htood the teat -of 10 year, .and
is fully approved of by every fjnnihj wbo have
them in use. Is o7et-. make the strung'tind
beautiful Elastic Lock Stitch with wonderful
rapidity and cbktaixtv. : ; Seurt anything t
tuedle ylLh tip THitofGfi, from the Jinet tu'lhe
thicket rab ric, firut and nent, with cibe. Usesi
all kinds of silk or thread direct frW t?tcpr,(A;
is improved with? new telf-uctilitj feid, uprimj
teuiti', , 1 yuider, and uses tho adjimtuble
STttAICUr .NKKDl.i:, prrpendienbir nKtlion, w'xih
powerful Irter af tiuH. FoSSCS'ieS AM, th roOrf
zH'ililie of the bent hiyk pri d mucltiii-n coiw
Ucitscd, without tbtir eumpliwtijn$ of rn j,t.
Sample " newitty sest frUKE, on receipt of
stamp. For ' nrtijtcnte, etc., eo jiEKCiurTi vk
! ami'IM.kts, mailed frre. A thorough practical
sewing machine lor family use. 'J'ribuue.''
Avery t.oBg and reliable machine, at a low
price. "Standard " This beautiful sewing
machine is one of the inoft ingenious pieces ot
mecnfcyi'oa ever 'invented.-!" JJauuCrat," Ua.
Worth m.iii,v tines its cost to any family.
x. V.'HVtVy.' If is "quite anew macbiiie
lth its many Iate'oprovemtntsv aud scwi
with astonishiiifr ense, rapiaujnd nea.(oes,-
Jpubliea" X. Y. Single machines, u
plcn, liclcctud with carr, roK FAMIUV IfcK, Wjii.
t very thing complete, scat to any part of the
country per express, packed in t irony troodv.i
box, itHUK, on receipt of price, $i iJO- t'af'e da
livery of goods ynarauU-ed. Forward ca?h by
nkUlKTEHEU LETTKK, UT i'. 0. JIOSUTORnEH. at
our n'si. Aleuts want.d, male or female,
everywhere. New pamphlets, contaiLiag titru
libeTiil inductmt'iit, sent niKE,
rtddre?s Favu.v .Sewing Maciiixe Co.; Office
86Xaai' Stuket. New York. " 'Sidy
Hedglm. i.un i..
m a i x sthi:i:t, ixutiPCNDiiXci:.
YjUXK WINKS, LIQUORS AND SEOARl?
X served to customers on th.rt notice.
Tbi eatablisbwen t doe not Ji-jJtu:e luugle
foot ur anvtbiKj of thai character.,
tr C ill at the Genu-Q-.x
llEDtiRS A MLRWIN.
J. W. VHAWroitl).
T. 8. SE".VilA.V
PIOXEER TIN 1XD STQVE SJOSi:,
Front Str3t.. one Door South ol
Post OfSce: .
Dallas - - - - - Oregon.
rpHL t;NI)ERIONED REO LEAVE TO
I inform tbe cltitcns of Dsllaw and vicinity
that they have replenished their ?lock of tin
ware, aud have now on hand a large asurt
m cut of
Cooling, ' .' "
Box and Parlor Stores, 1 '
Copper, ' '- j '
Of every description. Also a' 'large supply of
W Ire. c
1 fHavirg procured tbe services of a fit-elass
work m. in we are now eonitsntry inaoiifactnr
ing all kinds of tin furnbhings for stoves and
for farmers use. Such nt
Stove Hollers. OfTee and Tea Pots.
Tea Kettles, .Milk Pan, nippers,
fl.ard and Butter Cam.
And In fact, all articles of tinware usually
found in More an tinware rtores, all or which
we offe- fr sale at prices that will justify pur
chasers to patronize us retLcr than Sa'eta er
Special attention will be given toj
Of all kinds.
In connection with the slove and tin store,
we will contiuueour
III EAT MARKET,
Where will ho kept all kinds of seasonable
meats, both FRESH and SALT.
In exchange for goods in our line wo will
take all kinds of country produce, such as
Butt.r, Eggs. Chickens, Flour, Bacon, &o.
We invite the public to call and examine
our stock. CRAWFORD A NEWMAN.
Dallas, March 4,1 S70. l tf
Paris lo be Bombarded !
RUT, NOTWITHSTANDING, THERE
will bo found, at LAUOUERT A COL
LINS' the Iwst assitrtment of Family Urocer
ies ever offered to tho public, which can be bad
by all who love good things to eat . .Our
terms are easy, and our motto, "Small profits
and quick sales." ' " !'
Remember, Main Street,' Dallas, at Brown's
old Store Room. ;
33 If ! LAIT011ERY A COLLINS.-
Home .Slaiiltle Seuinj? Jla
Great Reduction in Prices I
fl-fllE ABOVE CELEBRATED FAVOR.
JL ite machine is now offered to the public
at the reduced price ot of TWENTY DOL
LARS, and wilt be kept constantly on baud
and for sale at the rooms of
Riurrlinrd & Powers,
No 139i First Street, Portland,' Oregon.
II. II. MOltltlt.l,
Administrators 5 lotice.
r.0TlCE"lS HEREBY IVKN THAT
J3l the undersigned was duly appointed at
tbe August term of the County Court for Yam
hill ouunty, Oregon, administrator of tho estate
of John R. Kirby, deceased, late of said county.
Those having claims against eaid estate are
required to present them with proper vouchers
to tbe said : administrator withiu six months
fr jm date herof. ' i t - v ; .-. ;
JOEL A, KIRBY, : .,
. Admirtistrutor. "
McMinnville, Oregon, August 8th, 1870.
KEW Ji DVERT1SEMENTS.
THE NEW POOD.
For' a few cents you can. buy
of; your Grocer or Druggist a
package of SE A MOSS FARINE,
made from pure IrzsJi; Hoss, or
(rrageen, which will I make
ftlrteen Quarts' of Blanc Mange,
and a liko quantity of Pud
dings Custards, ? Creams, Char
lotte :'.;.Uusse, &c. It is 4he
cheapest, healthiest,' and most
delicious food i n the world. It
makes a splendid Dessert, and
has no eqnal as a light anil
de!ic:Ue food for. Invalids and
Children. ; ' 1
A Glorious Change ! !
T1IK GREAT. WOIlL.DS TOJTICk
!Thif wondcrfisi : vcgetablsi !
reitorativc i tEsc shccJ-an- '
clsorof Htc Te!i!c rsncl lcii!ir:
tiaJc tl. As a toisic aa;! rordial
for lac aged aa;l I:ini2l, it ' ?
sins no cqttzl amosij b.ori
Jirhics. As i remedy for. tlae
tit:rvrou wcakJie;.t to wliiffi -ivoiuen
are ' cs;f cl-illy ; su! -
iecU tt is ' 'super selling- every
other - RtimeiJant. 1st all Cli-
mate, tropical, temserate,
or iYiicS it at t t peci6
la every perits of - disorder f
v. iiirli undermines tSie foitiIy
fttreHglla t and' LreaUs down tlie
aninsal spirits. For sale Iy ? 5
all Krassssis. : . r'' ;'""V.'V'';
Iu rear of tbe Capital Hotel Corner
', SALK3I, (mUGOS.
O0RSE3 AND CAUUIAOEty TO iLF.T
tn rcasonab! terms, fpecial attention
paid to traiisitnt and boarding borftii. . 4f
iLOOTil A PLAAlUJfDONV
2-tf i "; lroirietr.
WHIT V O i
DO YOU rIKHTAID f
A l.l. 'THOSE V.'HO ARE INDEBTED
j to the - uu'let!fic:tKj'1 triiiit tither punpla
the CASH or give thtir NOTE. In rase of a
faHure to do cULtr, tLtre will bo business for
tbe legul frattruit v. ;
B. F. NICHOLS.
July iff. ISSA. ' : 20 -tf :
The llicapest Store in
POLK COiTY, W
THE ELLENDALE STORE,
2 t-2 Milts '.West of Dallas, j
H AS V BEEN FILLED WITH Tllis
iarirctit nl Wpt etck of ' gooJs vct
brought into Polk County." - J ; '
v h U'li , wo prtfor to sell LOlVflR than J
any other etro in tho county, for. CASH. or,
PRODUCE, for which we wjll iay tho hihesi
market price. !'3. '-":-ri v'- '-"-
Our utock ei5ift of every deeriptloa of
rooJi guerallyj k.t 'in firt f class , country,
store?. ' (.-. f - . .;
Also conetantly'on hand a largo assortment
S'lntiiitJs, . .r
T weeds, ,
Made in tho Ellen Jalo Mill, which wo willl
Sell verv chap.' ' , . . , . ""
li.lcndale, July 9, 18T0.- 19 tf J
.- , .. - , U ..'' rV
; CrawJortl & civilian, -
" ' : ' ' ' "of, f hk " ' '"' -'" '
liOXEER TIM STOVE STORE
eAVE A NEW AND SELECT STOCKN
' i-i t!-V;;!i!p'OrrXvl' t.i'iif' Y;4Jt
.1 ana ned Ware, Porcelain Xlned Stew
Pot lor I rutt, u. ;rcat Variety of
Gem lahs Pressed lVutt s fur Tarts,
Cookiu Spoons, llj; Heaters, 1) roll
ing fixtures bl Jui proved Pattern
Jtolllng Plus, cM Ac, '
CHAWFOUD & NEWiIAN,.,.
Dallas, April lot li?70. .. . . . . Titf,.
hM& W&m rttm :
ELCH'S PREMIUM SALMON BE
f ? in Uturkt in hila vt barrel.
tforiUt COX A 12 AR11 ART'S,