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DALLAS, SATURDAY, DEC. 17, 1870.
Latest New York Gold Quotations....
Legal Tenders la Portland j
Dallas Produce and Commission Market.
Corrected Weekly, by G. B. Stiles, People's
Merchant, Main Street, Dallas, Oregon.
WnEAT 75c B imsa.
OAT3 30 35 -
l?LOUR-$5 $5 50 bbl.
Sks$l 25 $1 37. -
CORN MEAL $3 to $4 $ bbL
BEANS $5 6 bbl. ,
BACON Sides, ft 16o lb.
HAMS 17 18c lb.
BUTTER 26 37e $ B. .....
EGGS 3tc $ do.
LARD Bulk, 12Joj tins, 13 14c
POTATOES From Wagor, 50o bbL
APPLES Green, 50c p bbL .
" Dried.J4 5o lb. ( '
CHEESE New Oregon, 20 ;25o J . ,
CllinKENS-$2 50 rlos.
TURKEYS 75 $1 each,
: PORK Dressed, 6 cents. ' ;
j ONIONS 91 50 rbusbeL ; .
Christmas articles at G; B.-Stiles. Rash in
while you can have your choice of a splendid
lot. '.''" ' '"
Our Democratic officials are putting in new
and very important planks in their platform,"
in the shape of a new foundation under the pil
Jars and floor in front of the County Court
In passing about town, wo hear quite a de
mand for potatoes. Cannot soma of our farmers
;pply this demand? They would, by so doing,
jiecommoJate our" citiaens, and profit by it
"Life is short, and time is fleeting;" and all
who wish to.be remembered with gratitude by
oming generations should call on W. H. Cat
fcrlin and have their "pictur taken," and done
up in the fine artistic style for which he is
celebrated. See advertisement.
Dr. Hughes, a former resident of this place,
tut now living near Seattle, Washington Ter
jritory, is in town, and favored us with a call.
The Doctor is looking well, ana seems well
satisfied with bis new home. He is on a visit to
his daughter, and we feel assured his many
friends wiii be gratified to reectve a call before
"We call special attention to the new adver
tisements in this issue of John J. Daly. George
W. ITobart A Co. and H. Ilaygood. John J.
Paly, Esq., is located at Buona Vista, where
he will be found at all times by those who
.desire legal advice. The firm of Hobart A Co
.are here at Dallas, ready to accommodate the
-public in their line, and are perfectly reliable
And all who require a good feed for their
teams, and a good square meal, can find it at
Henry Haj good's, at the Bridge.
There will be a Christmas Tree at the Bap
tut Church, in Dallas, on Saturday, the 2 tth
iost, for, the cntertatamsnt of all the Sanity
Schools. There wil bo vocal and instrumental
music. Those who furnish presents wilt call
on Mr. T. B. Newman, as the entire committee
will not be announced till next week. The
entertainment will commence at 2 p. m. of
.said day. It is requested that those wishing
presents placed on the tree should bring them
in on Friday without faiL
Our readers are specially referred to the new
nd novel advertisement of M. M. Ellis, in this
paper. Mr. Ellis is a young man of enterprise
and nerve. He has started out to sell good
goSJs cheaper than any other man, or set of
men, in this portion of the State, and, if we are
not mistaken, be means just what he says.
Now, we claim that it would be unfair to say
he is not in earnest, unless you first go directly
to his store, examine his goods, and purchase
them if you find him correct.
Everybody who Is fond of good reading, and
wish to avail themselves o an opportunity to
secure a first-class magazine for family read
ing, should notice the offer made on the first
page of this number an offer which cannot be
excelled by any other paper in the State. We
give this plendid ehance to allwho wish, to
secure a copy of Demorett't Monthly, a mga
nine unrivalled in American literature, and at
the same time assist in the support of a healthy
and permanent home paper. We with all those
desiring to avail themselves of this offer, to
.send in their subscriptions by the first of Janu
airy, so as to commence with the new year.
Demoreit't Moathly is a magazine that no lady
should be without. Try it and bo convinced.
-No HcMBtro. We do not wish to imform you
reader, that Dr. Wonderful, or any other man,
Ai . a iv&rnA a. rnmnAv thut rani all iKiaim .f
' mnd . bodr or estate, end fa destined to make
our sublunary sphere a blissful Paradise, to
which Heaven itself shall be but a ride show,
but we do wish to inform you that Dr. Sage's
Catarrh Remedy has cured thousands of cases
of Catarrh in its worst form and stages, and the
troDrietor will pay $500 for a case of this loath
some disease which he ' cannot cure. It
may be procured by mail for sixty cents, by
addressing K. V. Pierce, M. D., Buffalo. N. Y.
For sale at Drog stores. Dr. Pierce's pri ate
(Government Revenue stamp is on eacn pack.
' age of the genuine. -: ' '
The Five Dollar Sewing Machine purchased
by me, January, 1366, 7rom the Family Sewing
Machine Company, Nassau -Street, N. Y., has
been in almost constant use ever since. It has
. jiot been out of order once. Has cost nothing
for repairs, and I find It simple and reliable in
operation, and always ready to sew. ; Those
iriends of mine who use them ' with the new
improvements are very muca pleased. The one
I have I wuuld not part with.
MRS. ANN W. CUTHBURT,
428. West seta-Street, New York. ,
London, Deo. 10 The Duke of
Mecklenburg reports a battle with the
Army of the Loire at Ueaugency, where
the" French were reinforced. 15,000
prisoners and 6 guns were taken. The
remainder of the French army is on the
road to Bourges. Another account says
that after the fight of 7th the Bavarians
threatened Beaugency and the forest
of Marchonir. The French were rein
forced but the Prussians took Bravant,
Beumoit, Messares and Beaugency. On
the 9th Bonvelt and Bonny were cap
Versailles, Dec. 10.--Tho French
are assuming the defensive in large force.
They were repulsed at-Mantefoll after
one days's artillery fight. The Prus
sian loss is slight. A few French pris
oners only were taken
Lille, Dec. 10. -Gen. De Hencourt
has arrived in a baloon from Paris. He
says that in the fight of the 30th and 2d
the French were victorious. . The Prus
sian loss was 15,000 prisoners and six
Paris suffers no privations on account,
of food. The object of this journey i to
insure a concert of action by all the
NfiW York, Dec. 3d. A Tribune
corespondent from London says a dis
patch from Gambetta, announces that,
encouraged by the continued resist
ance of the Army of Loire, he has
resolved to postpone his request for an
armistice, and remain with the army.
Advices from Paris to the Gth, from
Tours to the 9th. nd from Brussels and
Versailles to the 10th convey the fol
lowing information : The French loss
in killed,, wounded and prisoners has
reached 6,780 men in recent battles.
Indications are that the next move will
be on the north east, along the Soissons
railway. The Saxon headquarters have
been removed back to Leveret. The
loss of gunners in sorties-amount to
over 800 killed, wounded and prisoners.
The loss of Germans in battles on the
Loire exceed 7,000 killed, wounded and
Intense relief-is felt at Versailles at
the recent announcement of the defeat
The battles on the 5th and Gth, be
tween Chaucey's 16th and 17th corps
and the army ot the Uuke ot JlecKioa
burg, were extremely severe. The
Freueii-are retreating only inch by
( STATE ITEMS.
(Frosa the Oregonian.)
Imports and Exports. The total
declared value of imports at this port
(from f eg o utries)'luring the mouth
uf November was $81,741 During
the same period the exports domestic
produce to foreign ports amounted to
353,130. Of exports coa-ttwi.se only
partial returns are made at the Custom
Buyers at Albany aro paying 80
cents a bushel for wheat and 40 tent
Our cotton export last year was
$200,000,000 in coin.
The democrats of Albany have only
Dr. Kendall of Albany, a resident of
Oregon for 25 years, died at Albany a
few days ago.
The Mountaineer learns that the
steamboat on the Uuppcr Columbia
made the last trip on Thursday for this
Two barns near Lancaster, Lane
county, were struck bv lighting, last
week and burned. We believe thee
are about the first instances of the kind
A daughter of J. Chambers, who
lives near Salem, was burned to death
on Friday. She was standing with her
back to the fire, when her clothes
caught the flame. She ran out : of
doors, only to increase the dangej
and make the flames burn more furi
rioqsly. She died in a short time.
Her age was 17 years.
All persons visiting Dallas will find 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
yon will get yoar money's worth and more.;
'3 if 5 '"- " "'. . -i a f
SPAfclHso's OLce' useful and' true",
like " Quaker Cmme.") -
Artificial teeth are of little use, aad ' easily
detected. Take eare of the real ones. All yuu
need is fragrant Sozodoht. Use it daily, and
your teeth will be the last of nature's gifts to
fail you. :
Beautiful and Accomplished
! v " uountess, .;:-.:'v.
Of the Island of Cuba, is a letter to a friendsin
New York city, says; "In buying the Flori
da Watkb for me, be sore to get the Murray A
Lanman's. I bars tried .various others, but
found them much inferior in every way."
JZff-Itin true that unprincipled men have
counterfeited this great perfume. Therefore,
buyers should always ask for the Florida Wa
ter prepared by the sole proprietors, Lanman A
Kemp, New York. 1 .-J 548. -
Sore Eyes and Running Kara
are the' sore indieations of scrofulous blocd and
humors. The poison must be neutralized and
purged out of the system, if you hope to be
cured. No time is to be lost. Take BrUtoI's
Farsaparilla and- Pills ; the will not disappoint
you. Rely upon them. Use them freely, as
directed, and in a few weeks eyery vestige of
j the disease will disappear.
We' give placo tojthe following com
munication, so that the Messenger may
have an opportunity to explain :
' AMITY, Dec. 8, 1870.
To tiie Dallas Republican.
Mr. EDiToarUFeeling very much
interested in your request for informa
tion of the Mee&inger, to wit Will
the Messenaer bo kind enough to infofm
us as to tne correct, anu auro way iu
seek pardoti, and how We can bring
about regeneratioii, and a new birth in
a respectable manner, the end of which
shall be Heaven?" And, not being
altogether satisfied with the informa
tion vouchsafed to you on that subject,
allow me to express some of the diffi
culties that appear to me unsolved.
It seems, in order to receive pardon,
we must first perform a meritorious, or
an atoning action !as a condition, and
the first act named is faith. Now, then,
mental philosophy Reaches that faith ia
altogether involuntary j a matter of
necessity, with every individual, de
pending, on the form of evidence on
each individual ; the same evidence
does not produce the same effect on all
minds alike in all cases. Then it would
seem very unreasonable to have a par
don on the very Uncertain condition
of faith, which is an involuntary act of
the mind. : ,
The next condition is to be baptized;
a very eay condition, truly j but as to
the justness and reasonableness of it, I
am free to confess u Can't see the
point." In short, the conditions are,
-"Believe and be dipped, or be damned."
A very cheap , way for such s can
comply, of escaping the penalty of a life
of transgression! And what a pity for
all of us criminals that we cannot at
once have our sins washed away. Hut,
alas ! I cannot get over the philosophi
cal obstacles. In fact, the principle of
iq any way escaping the due penalty of
a transgression, either physical moral
or intellectual, I cannot find taught in
either physical, intellectual, or moral
science. It seems to me to bo a law of
the whole physical, intellectual and
moral universe, that every transgression
is followed by its due penalty, which is
necessary and just, and cannot be
Hence the idea of a just Deity, in
any case not visiting the iniquities of
the transgressor on his own head, ap
pears to me puerile, absurd and tidicu
lous Then I would say to the trans
pressor, transgress no more, but &tand
up like a man, and take the jut pun
ishment that is your due, and try to
profit by the discipline, and not try to
I . e a
t:trow it on somebody else.
i F. 11. Marsh.
An Albany paper h is received spe
cimens of col recently dicovered about
18 miles from Albany, on Deaver Fork
of the Smtiam. Indications show a
At the family residence, near Mu mouth, in
Polk Cunnty, Or -son. IlecptnMr Ith, 180, of
typhoid pneumonia,' Wjliar l T., f.a of u. IS.
aod Lydia A. Tfdron, eged fourteen years, ntue
months aod ten day.
Eusrene City, Orezon, and IIHoois nspcrs
Two Doors South of the Post Office,
Main Street. - - - - - - Dallas.
GEORGE W. H3BART i CO.
WiU Xfrnnofaftare and keep CONSTANTLY
ON HAND a l&rge Assortment of
SADDLERY, HARNESS, AND
Consisting of all the
Usually kept In a I
FIRST CLASS SADDLERY SHOP.
All of which will be made ot
TH K BEST MA TERIAL.
Also. CARRIAGE TRIMMING and RE-
PAIRING done to order on the shortest
notiee. . ' "
Call and examine our Work before purchar
ing elsewhere. s ".;)
41-tf 1 GEO. W. HOBART CO.
illothcrs, I've Found It!
I-10R YEARS I HAVE SEARCHED FOR
V a remedy that will CURE your children
by removing the CAUSE, and at last I can say
"Eureka," TRY IT. :f .. ,;:, ,
This is a pleasant antacid, and in large doses
laxative; in small doses, an astringent medi
cine; exceedingly nsefui in all bowel affeetions,
especially of children. It is a safe, certain
and effectual remedy for Cholie, Diarrhoea,
Cholera Morbus, Summer Complaint, Griping
Pain, Sour Stomach, Costiveness, Wind on the
Stomach, Crying and Fretting of, Children. In
Teething, there, la nothing that equals it. It
softens the Gums, and renders Teething easy.
It is no humbug medicine, got up to salt,
bnt a really valuable preparation, having been
ia use for several years it recommends itself.
Do not give your children the "soothing
syrups," tor they stupify without doing any
Prepared by, ? , , . . . -'y
Dr. m. WATEUIIOUSE,
?h a i MONMOUTH, OREGON. .. -
I Forale by Druggists. The trade supplied
on reasonable terms. ' Hundreds of Testlmo
nials can be given if necessary. ' '!' :V
18-tfvi i i rPR. W, WATERHOUSEL
NEW AD VERTISEMENTS.
WILLI IkJl T) VIDSdtf ,
Office, No. Ot Front Street, - I
PORTLAND - - . OREGON.
JEteal Estate Iettlejr.
Special Collector of Claims.
A large amount of CITY and EAST PORT
LAND Property tor gale.
Also, IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable un
cultivated (LANDS, located in all parts of
the State. '
Investments In REAL ESTATE and other
PROPERTY, made for correspondents.
CLAIMS of all descriptions promptly collect-
110 USES and STORES leased.
All kinks of Financial and General Agency
Parties having FARM PROPERTY for sale
will please furnish descriptions of the same
to the AGENTS OF THIS OFFICE, in
each ot the prindijal CITIES and TOWNS
of this STATE. 18-tf.
In all parts of the United Stater, to sell
L. V. DEFOREST & CO.'S
ALUr.lirJULl GOLD JEWELRY !
Agents are making $200 to $300 per week
selling the Aluminum Jewelry. The best Imi
tation of gold ever introduced. .It has thc.s
act color, which it always retains, and stands
the test of the strongest acids. No one ckh'tet
it from gold only by weight the Aldtmnum
Gold being about 1-10 lighter. L. V. Defoukst
A Co. are selling their goods at 1-10 the price
gold jewelry Is sold for, and on most liberal
terms to agents 1-4 cash, balance in 30, 60
and 90 days. Wo send persons wishing to aet
as, agents, a fulj and complete assortment of
goods, consisting of Seals, Bracelets, Lockets,
Ladfcs' and Gent's Chains. Pins, Ringr, .Sleeve
Buttons, Studs, Ac, lor $100 $25 to be paid
when the goods are received, the other $75 iu
30, 60 and 90 days. Parties wishing to order
goods and act as agents will address,
L. V, DEFOREST ft CO., 42 Broadway, N. Y.
$3 WATCH! $3 WATCH I
. TPE GREAT EUROPEAN
EUREKA AIM1IU COLD
? have arrof.nTto
L. V. DEFOREST & CO , Jewelers,
IO A: 12 Broadway, I. V.
Sole Agenta for the U. 8.
And have authorised them to sell their grea
KmtKi Alli mi.ii m Gold Watchks forTuaee
Dollars,, and to warrant each and every one
to kerp correct time fir one year. This Watch
we guarantee to be the bent and cheapest time
keeper that i no n use ia any part of the
globe. The works are in double ea, Ladies'
and tleut's sise, and are beautifully chased.
The caaes are made of the metal new so widely
known in Euroj as Alluminum Uold. It has
the exact tutor nf 6f, which it alttaytrrttiiH;
it will stand the test of the strongest acids ; no
one can tell it from Oold only by weight, the
Aluminum Uold being 1-10 lighter. The works
are made by machinery, same as the well-known
American Watch. The Aluminum is a cheap
metal, hence we can afiord to sell the Watch
for tZ and make a email profit. We ak the
Watch safely ia a small box and send it by
mail t. any part of the IT. 8. on rcceiptwf
i-'t 50, fiftv cents for packing and postage.
Address alt orders to
L. Y. DEFOREST ft CO, 40 ft 42 B'dwa y, N.Y,
The Great Family Medicine.
It cores sadden Colda. Coughs, Ae.. and Weak
Str.maoh, General D bility, Nursing Sore
Mouth, Canker. Liver Complaint. Dyspepsia or
Indigestion, Cramp i r Pain in the &Utnaeh,
Bowel Complaint, Painters Colic, Asiatic Chol
era, Diarrhoea and Dysentery.
Cores Felons. Boils, and Old Sores, Severe
Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Bruises and Sprains, Swell
log of the Joints, Ring. Worm and Tetter,
Broken Breasts, Frosted Feet and Chilblains,
Toothache, Pain ia the Face. Neuralgia and
Rheumatism. It is a sura remedy for Ague,
Chills and Fever. t
Taken internally, should be adulterated with
milk or water, or made into a syrup with mo
lasses.' For a Cough a few drops on sogar,
eaten, will be more effective than anytbtrg
Ise. ... ' ' '
See printed directions, which accompany
Sold by Druggists.
The Vital Statistics of California '
Show that periodical fevers and acute and
chronio disorders of the stomach and bowels
are among the most prominent and fa'al dis
eases In this Stafa. . Disofce liecee to the laws of
health, as regards diet ; the use of p rubious
stimulants' and the wear and tear of business
excitement, and of ? fast life"; generally, hv
much to do with the prevalence of these mala
dies in onr cities ; while in 'the interior, and
especially in the- gold-yielding districts, they
are chiefly due to malaria, unwholesome water,
and theexporore and privation Incident to life
la new settlements and mining camps. Now,
it ts A PACT that it is as possible to protect
the human system against these maladies, as
to guard life and property against the incur
sion of assassins and thieves. Strengthen the
vital organisation wi'h'HOSTETTER'S STOM
ACH BITTERS, and It becomos as capable ot
resisting the active principle of epidemic or en demic
disease, as a fire -prof safe is of resisting
the action of combustion. This is the expert
ence of thousands who have remained unscath
ed by malarious disorders in the sickliest sea
sons, while their neighbors, who neglected to
tone aad sod ul ate their systems with this un
equalled medicinal stimulant, havo fallen 'thick
and fast around them." Weakness invites dis
ease. Vigor tepols it J Help "nature to fig ht
the good fight with . infection, whether it ba in
the air, the water, of the soil, with .this match
less preparation a oompound.of the rarest,veg
etabla extracts with the purest of all diffusive
stimulants. -T -r v' - J-. 'V
Dr. Wiatar'a Ualsom ot Wild Cherry la
trnlv a balsam. :It containla the balsamic
principle of the Wild Cherts the balsamio
properties of tar and pine. Its in gradients are
nil iinlanmirt- CullCrhs. Caii anrl I'nnnimnMnA
disappear rapldl uodex its balsamio influence.
W 184oWl8 70 1
iJi ' 4e3$' ; tjr
NEW AD VERTISEMENTS,
waqoh ahlTcMiage shop.
Main 'Street,'' Datlla;;.'.'
Second door north of the Drag Store.
The undersigned wishes to inforut the Fublfcr
that be is prepared to do any kind of work in
bis line on the shortest notiee, and in the best
style. Thankful to his old customers and
friends for former patronage, be respectfully
solicits a continuance of tu autue. :
3-tf ; j 8. T. GARRISON.
$12 50 clear profit jhV day. $75 00 per week.
$300 per month made east by any Lady or
GB5TL.EMAN introducing this Okcisk and Obi
oimal Old Favohitk. With its many new and
practical addition, making the most complete
combination of Valnable and uneul improve
men!' ever effected in any one machine. The
embodiment of extreme simplicity, efficiency
and utility, entirely : different in model and
detign from any low priced machine. It is the
iost terviccable, elegant and reliable Fa MILT
Skwixo Machiwsj ever invented, gives jerfoct
satisfaction wherever introduced. Has receiv
ed Phkmivm Stood the test of 10 years, and
is fully approved of by every family who have
them in use. lnoieelee, makes the strong and
beautiful Elastic Lock Stitch with wonderful
rapidity and 1 C RAT All TV. . Sew-, anything a
needle will OO .THROUGH, from tRe finett to the
thickeet fabric, firm and neat, with eac. Uses
all kinds of silk or thread direct from theepooX;
is improved with new eelf acting feed, epriug
teiuton, eelf guider, and uses the adjutulie
STRAIGHT NEEDLE! perpendiculnr motion, with
powerful lever aetiom, i Possesses all the good
(tH'tlitie of the beet high priced tnaeLiuc con
densed, without their cumpli:alioHe or raci.T.
Sample of rate 'sxxT vree, on receipt of
Stamp. . - For certifieatct, etc ', see iKScniHTiv"K
pan ih lets, maijed -. A thorough practical
sewing machine for family use. "tribune."
A very strong and reliable machine, at a low
price. "Standard" This beautiful sewing
machine is one of the lawt ingenious pieces ot
mechanism ever invented." Democrut" Oa.
Worth many times' its cost to any family.
u N. Y. Weekly." It is quite a new machine
with its many late improvements, and sews
with astonishiug ea, rapidity and neatness.
Jlepubliean" N. Y Single machines, 'at earn
pie', selected with eare, roa kamilt i se, with
very thing comi-let:, sent to any part of the
couutry per express, packed in ttroitg wooden
lfj-f vrek, on receipt of price, $5 CO. Safe de
livery of goods gtutrauteed. Forward c&h bv
RKGIKTRttEU LETTER, or V. O. MOSKY ORDER, at
onr rik. Agents ; wanUd, male or female,
'everywhere. New pamphlets, coutaiuing extra
liberal inducements aeut vree, '
Address Family Sewisg Maciiise Co., Office
86 Nassau Istrekt,1 New York. 31-ly
MAIN STREET, INDEPENDENCE,
"rvc wrw'a 1 mi'dua ivn crnins
served to customers on short notice.
This establishment does not dispence tangle
foot or anything of that character.
' p9 C ill at the Gem.-tw
HEDGES A MEUWIN.
. 34 6m. -
J. W. CBAWrORD.
T. B. KXWKA.
PIO.XEER TLY STOVE STORE,
Front reet, one Door South of
Dallas - - .... Orepn.
mn'E UNDERSIGNED BF.O LEAVE TO
inform the cititen of Dallas and vicinity
that they have replenished their stock of tin
ware, and have now on hand a large assort
ment of !
Box and Parlor Stores,
I Iron Ware
Of every description. Also a parge supply of
. Wire, Ac
f Having procured the services of a first-class
workman we ate now constantly manufactur
ing all kinds or tin furnishings for stoves and
tor farmers use. bach a? :
Stove. Holler. Coffee and Tea Pot a.
Tea Kettles, Milk Pans, Dipper,
fl.ard and flutter Cans.
And In fact, all ! articles of tinware usuallv
found in stove an tinware stores, all of which
we offer for sale at prices that will justify pur
chasers to patronise us rather tban Salem or
Portland shops, j
Special attention will be given tJ
' i ; ' ' ' ' :
Of all kinds.
. In connection with the stove and tin store,'
we will continue our ,
-. HI B AT ' St. A RIiET ' ; ' :
Where Will be kept alt kinds of seasonable
meats, both FRESH and SALT.
In exchange for goods ia our line we will
take all kinds of country produce, such as , .
Batt. r, Eggs. Chickens, Floor, Bacon, kt.
We invite the public to call and ezamlp
our stock. CRAWFORD A NEWMAN.
Dallas, March 4, 1870. 1-tf
OtlEAT, OEXCITEWEWT !
' lis flrsVflIintf1fk(l f 4
BUT, NOTWITHSTANDING, THKBE
will be found, at LAUOHERY A COL
L1NS' the best assortment Of Family Grocer
ies ever offered to the public, which can bo had
by all who love ' good things to eat. Our
terms are easy, and our motto, "Small profits
and quick sales." j ...v
Remember, Main Street, Dallas, at Brown's
old Store Room, j
33-tf LAUOHERY A COLLIKS.
'" 11 ' . 'i " :
Hoine Shuttle. Solving ITIa
j Great Reduction in Prices !
THE :AB0VEi CELEBRATED FAVOR,
ito machine; Is now offered to tho public'
at the reduced-price ot of TWENTY DOL-"
LABS, and will be kept constantly on hand
and for sale at the rooms of
Burcltarcl & Powers,
No 139, First Street, Portland, Oregon.
83-tf S Trareling Agent,
THE HEW FOOD.
" For n fcYr cents you cao buy;
of your Grocer or Druggist &
Eackago of SEA MOSS FARINE,
made from pure Irish Moss, or.
Carrageen, which trill make 1
sixteen quarts of Blanc Mange, ,
and a like quantity if Pud
dings, Custards, Creams, Char
lotto Russe &c. It Is the
cheapest, healthiest, and mostH
delicious, fcK)d in thelworJcU It
makes a splendid Desser and'
has no equal as a light - and
delicato food for Invalids and l
A Glorious Changoll
THE GRRAT WORLQ'S TOITIC.
Thi wonderful r vegetable
restorative is the liecj-au-5
cliorof tlte feeble and de:;i2i
tnted. As n toait; nncl cordial!
for tlie aged x:-l I:ui5;tJi;l, it
Ii.i' no equal uznoivj eiom
acltics. A n remedy for ho
nervous ; wcaltncs lo which
women arc eH5el:illy suV
ject, it is fsuMrcdius every
other stimulant. In nil C2i
mate, tropical, temperate,
or frigid, it ncli ai :i wperiflr
in every special of' disorder
which undermine ih :;o;Ii!y
streutli nd breaS&H clown the
animal spirits. I'or Sitlc hj
WHAT U OJ
DO YOU UAIUCUSTAIVD?
4 LL THOSE WHO ARK IXHEBTtO
J to the iO'kTitr.i?d MUKt cither utgl
ttie CASJI or give tbeir )TE. In we of
failure 40 do f itber, tbcre ill be Imness for
tlte legal fralornUjr.
D. F.'KICl OL?..
Tlie Chen pest Store in
THE ELLEND ALE STORE,
2 1-2 Miles West of Dallas,
HAS BEEN FILLED WITH TUB
largest aod best stock, of goods ever
bmucht into Polk Count j. v
Which we propose to sell WlWF.lt tbala
any other store In the county, for CASH or
PRODUCE, for which we will pay the highest
market price. -
Our stock consists of en-ry description of
goods generally kejt In first class country
stores. " h - -- !
Alo constantly on hand a lar ssortmBt
Made In the Ktlendale Mill, which we wUU
sell very cheap.; . t. At -.
Ellendale, July 9, 1870.
"n 1 in ir
Crawlbrd &; Netrman ?
; ; OF .THE tt.,. . ;
HAVE, A NEW (AND. SELBCT . STOCK
Japaued Vart, Porcelain Jiiifd Stew
Pota . lor 1 rutt. a . Great .varietr cl
Gem Pans, PresscJ Pattlea for Tarta,
Cooking Spoons, lifffj Heaters, Ilrotl
. Ins; KUturea of Improved PatUrn,
Rolling Pins, &c, c. ; 1
; CttAWFOUi) A NEWilAN- .
'Dallas,' April 15, 18t0. trtf
B. F. RfSSBt.1 j
c. p. ranuT, ' '
Seal Let ate Attorney.
Real Estate Brokers . and
1 Collection Agents;
Northwest Cor. of First aad. TTasTiIaywa
PORTLAND - - - OREGOTf.
Pneciai attention -given' to tne sale of Real
Estate. Collections tuado" In' Oregon and tha
Torritonos. 'VI t-'i : " 1 ' '
Prorerty. town lots, Improved farms, stock
ranches, lands, Ac, situated in the best portions
of Oregon and W. T., tor sale on raonoii