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TOWil a GOUfiTY I1EV3.
DALLAS, SATURDAY, DEC. 2, 1870.;
Latest New York Gold Quotations.,.. .....Ill J
Legal Tenders in Portland . :
Buying...-....96 : r Selling....
Dallas Produce and Commission Market.
Corrected Weeklyby O. B. Stiles, People1
Merchant, Main Street, Dallas, Oregor.
WnfiAT ?5e -0 tush.
. OATS SO 3 " ' '
BARLEY al) "...
rLOUR $5 $5 SO bbL
Sks$l 25 $1 37.
CORN MKAL $3 to $4 bbt.
BSANS-r45 6 ?p bbl.
BACON Side, It lCJe Bw .
HAMS 17 ' ISo lb.
MUTTER 26 37o "0 lb. f
EG (IS 3o dot.- :
LAUD Balk, 12&CJ tin?, 13 Uc.
POTATOES From WagoT, 50c bhl.
APPLES ttreon, 50c bht.
T T Dried.4 5o lb.
Cheese Now oreoo. 20 ,250 je ft.
CHICKENS $2 50 B'do.
TUllKEYSi-75 $l each.
..PORK Dreased, 6 cents.
ONIONS Si 50 bushel. ,
A; Mrry . Christmaa to all ! U wafted from
the oStce of the RepcbLicAh, as that paper
goes out to j?roet its readers thia morning.
Arrasgeiafcots, are, fully completed for the
Christmas Tree" at the Baptist Church to
day, exercises to commence at 2 o'clock. All
ar invited to come and mike some friend a
pre&s&t. ' . .,..... r :,-.:",?
Everyone is on the qni vie preparing for
Christmas. . Our enterprising merchants have
contributed to the general enjoyment, by giving
all an opportunity : to ' purchase any kind of
jpresentshey m:j wish for their friends.
The Proprietor or tne iwmucw iew ns on
Monday, the 19th inst, on a vwit to Portland
snd other- porats. Hoping tnat ne may enjoy
his trip, and retarnto ns laden with matters of
interest for the people, we wish him a bon
Rather cool. The weather during the week
has been cold for this climate. Though some
what warmer Thursday morning thaa the
mornite xceiinr, yet the mercury in the
fcacfc reom f Nichols 4b Co.'s drug store,
indicated 20 above sere.
The water in the-mill race running through
.town clogged with ice on Tuesday night, and
IVednesdav moraine found several, or our
streets flooded with water, which, having
frozen over, aXerded our juvenues an oppor
tanity of enjoying a good slide.
The Literary Society f Dallas met oa Thurs
day erening. The exercises eonskted sasily
-of reading and singing. Miss Clara Watt and
Mr. J. L. Collins read Poe's poem, "The
Haven." The piece was well read by both par
ties, though the decision of the Judges, as welt
as that of the audience, was in favor of Miss
Watt, and wo think, joatly so. Her full meiodi-
ous voice, is well cultivated, and her style of
reading is eno that has seldom, if ever, been
equalled in Dallas. Mr. Slate, of the Rcpcbli
cas office,4 did theoptratie" ateho close of the
zercises. with credit to bimsel. and to the
entertainment of all. We hope the Society will
' All persons visifing Dallas will find a good
h d on which to rest and get a number one
meal of victuals, by calling on S. C. Stiles. No
p.iins will be spared to make youeorafortable.
Tired or hungry, go. to Samuel C. Stiles and
jou will get your money's worth and more.
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The Five Dollar Sewing Machine purchased
by me, January, 1846, from' the Family Sewing
Jfaehine Company, Nassau-Street, N. Y,, has
been in almost constant aw ever sinee.' It has
not been out of order once. Has cost nothing
lor repairs, and I ind it simple and reliable in
operation, and , always ready to sew. Those
friends of mine who use them with the new
improvements are very mncn pleased.' The one
1 have I would not part with.
MRS. ANN W. CUTHBURT,
? 423. West Jftth-Street, New York.
'Spaldiso's Oltte," mends Headless Dolls
svad Broken Cradles. . ; .- ,.. -1
- All dentriSces had their drawbacks, until the
faVubrioos Bark of the Soap Tree was brought
from the Chilian valleys, to perfect the fra
grant Sosodont, the most wholesome, reliable
sad dehghful article for the Teeth, that a brush
was ever dipped into. 5 ;
It joxk desire' rosy cheeks and a. complexion
tions, purify your MoVd and invigorate your
ystem by taking Dr Pierce's Alt. Ext. or Gol-
S-.i.JI Jf- 1 1 a V -rs
den Medical dircovery. ; It has no equal for
this purpose, nor as a remedy for "Liver Com
plalnt" or "Biliousness," Constipation of the Bow
els severe lingering Coughs and Bronchitis. Sold
by druggists, Dr. Pierce's private Government,
itevenue Stamp, bearing upon it tbe words "U.
B. Certificate of GeDuincness" is on the outside
wrapper of tho genuine, 't r t v y
,-s IMPORTANT INsVORMATIOW 1
U A Qood Appetite, -: , "'
' V A'VIgorous Digestion, ini,,'.:,
C J A Healthy Liver, -- '
Ate the rare and immediate effect of a course
of Bristol'! Sugar-coated Pill and Bristol'
Sarsapanlla. , , .. ,:. . .utt-u: -n
HOW REFRESHINO "
Is the fragrance of newly-culled flowers f With
many, the indulgence in this exquiste luxury
is difficult, if not impossible To all such we of
fer Mcrrat A, LANMAs's.FLoamA Water ; it
is me concentrated, fragrance of the most del
Icate and rarest floral beauties; although, unlike
. I. I ;i. ... mm ... m r
vukxu, it neuner iaie nor wttner. - t
XT"Kt there are ConntprfY-ifa hnven almnld
Always ask for the Florida Water prepsred by
the . sole proprietors, Lanm an A Kemp, New
' . 649.
New York, Deo. 20. The Herald's
Brussels correspondent telegbaps this
morning that tne DomDaramenr, 01
Prats is declared to be impossible.; It
is not hnmanity that restrains the Prus
siana butsimplj impossibility for them to
succeed, as they have neither the nunij.
bcr; nor. caliber of gana necessary. Tbf
Prussians only have 5Q0 guns, mainly,
20 nounders .The French works which
.1 . ' J . l 1
commana tneir Dane rise can destroy i
them the moment that they open fire;
Parts be two months supply -oi ioou. j
Neither of the French artmse cdra
manded by Cbaucey and Bourbski num
bers loss than 100,000 men, and tbey
can draw reinforcements from other
parts cf; France for nearly double that
number. The appearance of the French
armies is favorable. , .: '
The King . of iPrussia has received
the address at Versailles, and accepts
the dignity of Emperor tendered with
unanimous voice PrV.t W"
and the German nation Abolition of
tneocneiat aues is voiea. f
m, u c u' 'ur.A rtK
There has been no fighting before 1'aris
since the 10th; iThe people have oat
side news to the 11th They are nudis
maved. ;. Order is perfect and stores
London, Dec. 20. Grant's message
was , reproduced here at length. " he
Times says Presment Urant expects
England to take the initiative in reopen
ing negotiation. He will be disappoint"
ed. It was the Amencaos who rejected
the last settlement
London, Dec. 19. -The Prussians
are short of men and 20,000 fresh
trooDS are coming in. but Versailles is
likely soon to be untenable, as heavy
guns of the French, which are being
moved forwards will soon bring the
jaC(J withia their range, and the
pPrncK flrft resolved tn destrov lL
Eventual! V. Pans Will fall bf Starva-
tion. but not within three months.
There will le no bombardment.
Prolans. -.21.000 strong, attacked
Nuita yesterday with 11 batteries. Af
ter a combat of 5 hours, in which they Agency (the dispatch says John Pal
sustained heavy loce, they occupied mer, but we. think the Gen: is meant),
the place.- it is rcportea tnai tne Dai- j auu iur. x. o. iyar uj oaiem is aj
tie will be resumed to-day. One army I pointed to SUeta. .These gentlemen aro
falls back as Gen. JSourbakt advances,
Vienna, -A conference respecting
mediation was held by representative.
of the neutral Powers at the foreign
Office on Thursday last. All Ambassa'
ilors were present. The basis proposed
is as follows: The neutrals to aenuw
escc in the annexation of Luxemburg ;
to acknowledge William the Lmperor of
Germany : France to pay 1,200,000,00'J
francs, raze the two frontier iortiaea- ;
ttons. cede the dttrtet of Alsace to
Germany and acknowledge the German
Emperor. Count Mosbourg said 1 ranee
would pay more money rather than cede
a mile of territory.
A Mistaken Idea.
The Examiner says the Republican
party will have no available candidate
for President in 1872, sav; the present
incumbent. We can inform the Exam
iner and the balance o! the world, that
Gen Grant will not be the Republican
candidate for President in 1872 or at
any other period. f
WlNTERINO STOCKIt is an old
and true saving that " cattle well win
tered are half summered." 'When cat
tie are exposed to our chilling winter
rains, and are poorly fed, if they live
till spring, they are in & bad condition
they stop growing- and will not at
tain, their usual thrift until the next
midsummer. This fact is obvious to
all and yet we find many farmers
burning their straw, ; and compelling
their cattle to live on the miserable
pickings of the field, without shelter,
and seem to be astonished when their
stock lie down,' are nnable to rise, and
die. If they, in consequence jf. a fa
vorable winter, live till spring, they , are
little better than living skeletons. We
have seen bands of such stock purchas
ed in the Willamette valley, and: ship
ped to the upper country in spring,
which ardly had strength enough to
walk from tne steamers to fthe shore,
where they were landed. - -We thought.
theni if there hao! been a BoeUtf in the
neighborhood for, the prevention of cru
elty to animals, they would have found
,trong case here to JUStlfjtheir ,ip;
terfej6OC0. Farmer I'; i ! i 0 'A I
Another Seizure Revenue seiz-!
urea are becoming frequent in this re
gion. The other day the Eugene brewer
came down with a load of beer for Mr.;
Ilodes, and some of the kegs not beid
stamped the whole load was seixed by
the eevenue .officers, and is ,now ju
their possession. "' The brewer claims
that the kegs were a'l properly stamped
when he started, but that the excessive
rains washed the stamps off of all that
were expose. The Hunt Brewery ; is
still in anrance vile, t n y y
AvANCED.Kerosene oil seems ;to
have taken a sudden ; rise very lately,
advancing in markets below, to. seventy
cents per gallon, irom 40 cents, the
late rulinc rates. No explanation fol
low the report," hence it is presumed "a
corner has been made. -in
Subscribe for the Republican,
Fron the Stateiman
In thofeenate of the United States,
Deo. 5th Mr. Williams asked, and by
unanimous 'consent obtained, leave to
bring in the following joint resolution,
which was? road i twice; arid tendered to;
be printed :
JC7 n n ninrrt eif lha Amt ifnt i
t.?' State vj Oregon into the Union,
Whereas. Doubts have arisen as to
the effect of the Act for the admission
of Oregon, approved February the 14th,
l5l so, far, as prelates, to the, hve
hundred thousand acres of land granted
to said State by an Act entitled An
Act to appropriate therprooeedint;8 of
the public lands, and to grant pre-emp
tion rights,", approved beptember 4th,
1841 : therefore, 4-.:v..-.u-.;; -u; :1"
Bet J It resolved V by- the Senate and
House of llepresentatives of the United
fi 0f America, in Confess' asseth-
unA fri,., nv.MT t'w
Died, xnat.. vongress.. by its said Act
L, - ---Jit -S ' i.- tj.a-
admitting said State into the Uuion,
did. and herebv doth, assent to the an-
plication of said lands tor the support ot
common schools; as made in the second
section of the eighth Article of the (Jon
stittttion of said State;: f i ; '
This does not require any cxplana
tion.' We shall comment upon it in due
time. Senator S Williams means busi
ness. jrr..x...:. t . -; u-,.,-
It seems that! Rev. J, .11. Willbur is
soon to leave his pastorate here in Sa
lem to take charge of the Yakima
Agency, .kast ox tno AJascades in
Washington Territory, which positon
uc successfully uiicu. put uvcuuva v
re-accept under the fate Snperintendeot
of that Territory. Mr. Dickson, who
is appointed to j the Umatuui Agency,
was with Mr. Wilbur at the Yakima,
and is supposed to have- been promoted
on his recommendation. Gen. Joel
Palmer is nominated for Grand Hound
all Methodist we understand, while
Cap. John Smith, Agent at Warm
Springs, where he was re instated sev
eral months ago, is a representative ot
the Presbyterian. So we seem to see
the promised policy introduced, and as
the Agents now in position at the Grand
Round and Stletz are good and encrgct-
ic men, we must conclude tnat their re
movel is due to the adoption of this
policy and not to any personal or on-
friendly considerations. ; ", ih
(Fr m the Eugene Guard.)
Bound Over. A woman named
Turpin and a man named Simpson, ar
rested upon a charge of adultery, bad
a preliminary examination before Judge
Thompson yesterday, and held to an
swer at the next term of the Circuit
N. P. Railroad. Judge Ford of
Chicago, attorney fr the N. P. Railroad
Company, hajtbeeu in town a few days
and favored us with a call. He has ex-
amine J a route io tins ra; road w vctx
leaves the Stephen's survey at or Lear
V irginia Citycrosses into Oregon by
Klamath i Juakr, land i pacs dowo
through Southern Oregon and the WiJ-
amette Valley, on the, West Side of the
riveri J udge Ford is certaialy a clever
communicative gentleman. r s t
At Marysville a lady named Arm
strong was bitten through the hand by
a dog. a lew davs since. 1 he dog. at
the time,, was engaged fighting another
dog near a child, $nd seizing th& latter
she was bitten. Roth dogs were killed.
'. l-,iMAHRII5II.;Jri .' .
i SAROEANT HARRIS, Dee. 14th, 1870,
at tbe residence ef the Bride' Father, in Polk
Co., by the Rev, U. B. Branson, William Bar.
geant, Esqto Miss Martha Harris, all of Polk
TH0RNTON SAROEANT. By the fame,
Dec. 15th, 1870, at the residence of J. M,
Chandler, William Thornton, Esq, of 'Yamhill
County, to Miss Mary, A. Sargent,i of Al'ik
C. 0. SILVER & CO., :
.1 -r; So 133, First Itrest,-"
PORTLAND, - - - -VtORfcGON.j
; 1 - Wholesale and Retail Dealers t& !
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
LADIES' BKESS GOODS,
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS i CAPO,
i Groceries Provisions.
Highest; Cash Prioe jpaid for j all klad of
I Coimtry Produce.
is invited to the improved facilities which
I have recently made to, my apparatus, by
which I am able to take - 1 i
Tbn making the heretofore task, of getting
corre6t likenesses of ClIIXDltEPf a matter
of small moment. ; - :;?'f
pXTji allery located on Malnstreet t)allasi
5 '.'' ,'W. U. CATTERLIN
Dallas, April 32, 1870. . . 8;lm
Office, No. Ol Front Street.
PORTLAND : - ... k -
; - '.. 5 OREGON.
; Special Collector of Claims.
A large "atnonVt of t'XTY and EAST PORT-
LAND Property for Sale, ' r
Also,1 IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable un
; cultivated (LANDS, located in all parts of
the State. ""'' " :. "' .:r: v.--. ;.J
Investmcnta In , RE AI ESTATE and' other
? PROPERTY, made for eorresrpondentir. ; ,
CLAIMS of all descriptiona promptly, collect
ed. "'';"" r"'' ' '';'. '"'
HOUSES knl STORES leased.
All klaka of Financial ;and ; General Agency
business transacted. -
Parties having FARM PROPERTY for sale
will ple&80 furnish descriptions of the same
to the: AGENTS OF THIS OFFICE, in
each ot the prlndifal CITIES and ;TOWNS
. of this STATE. 18-tf.
In all ipartf of the Dnitfd. States, to sell
L. V. DEFOREST & C0.'S
AlUMUIUM" GOLD JEVELRY !
! Agents are making $20& to $300.per week
seling the Aluminum Jewelry. The best imi
tation of gold ever introduced. It has the ex
act color, which it always retains, and stands
the test of the strongest acids. No one can tel
it from srold only by wehrht the Alaminum
Q old being about 1-10 lighter. L. V. Dbfobkst
A Co. are selling their goods at 1-tO the price
goM f Jewelry is sold for, and on roost liberal
terms td, agents 1-4 cash, balance in 30, 60
and 90 days, - We send persons wishing to act
as agents, a full and complete assortment of
goods, consisting of Seals, Bracelets, Lockets,
Ladfes snd Geofs Chains, Pins, Ring, Sleeve
Buttons, Studs, Ac, for $100 $25 to be paid
when the good are received, the other $75 In
30, 60 and 90 days. Parties wishing to order
goods and act as agents will address,
L. V, DEFOREST & CO., 42 Broadway, W. Y.
$3 WATCHI t3 WATCH!
, ,-TWJ OBEAT SUROPEAJf
WATCH COMPANY .
L, V. DEFOREST & CO., Jewelers,
tO 43 Croaclu ay, IV. Y.
Hole Agrnts for the t-
And have authorized them to sell tbeir grea
Kt'itKKA Alu-suscm Uol.0 Wavcbbs for Tjirck
Dollars, and to warrant each and every one
to keep eorrect time for one year. This Watch
we guarantee to be the best and cheapest time
keeper thst Is now in use In any part of the
globe. The works are in double caes, Ladies'
and Gent's site, and are beautifully ehased.
The eases are made of the metal now so widely
known in Europe as Allumioum Gold. It has
the tjrnrt v,Utr of (faUl, which it ahti ji reUti hi;
it will stand the test of tbe strongeat acids ; no
one can tell it from Gold only by weight, the
Aluminum Gold being 1-10 lighter. The works
are made by marhiotry, same as the well-known
American Wateh. , The Alamiausa is a ebeap
metal, hence' we can alord to sell the Watch
for $3 aed make a small profit . i peek the
Watch safely In a small box, and send It by
mail ta any part of. the U. 8. 'on receipt of
$1 50, fift? rents for packing and postage.
Address all orders to ; .
L. V. DEFOREST A CO, 40 & 42 B'dway, tf.Y,
I The Great Family Medicine).
J TAKEN INTERNALLY,
It cures sudden' C!d. Coughs, Ac., and Weak
Str.rnach,, General Dibility, Nursing . Sore
Mouth Cabker. Liver Complafnt, Dyspepsia or
Indigestion. Cramp or Pain in the btomacb.
Bowel CoropUint. Painters Colic, Asiatic Chol
era, Diarrhoea and Dysentery. . ,. . ,
Ceres Felon. Boils, and Old Sores, Severe
Burns, Scalds. Cuts, Bruises and Sprnins, Swell,
ing of tbe Joints, Kind-Worm and Tetter,
Broken Brca)ts, Frosted Feet and Chilblains,
Toothache, Pain in tbe Face. Neuralgia and
Rheumatism. It Is a sure remedy for Ague,
Chills and Fever.
; PAIN KILLER,
Taken Internally, should , be , adulterated with
milk or water, or made into a syrup with mo
lasses. 1 For a Coujrh a few drops on sugar,
eaten, will be more elective than anything
else..,. ... . "" " "'" - ' ,.. .ir ...
: See printed direction, which accompany
each bottle. ' .. --...,.......;'-.; . ',,..: -
Sold by Druggists; ' I J
Tbe Vital Statistics of California
Show that periodical feyerl and acute and
r4 renin disorder of the stomach' and bowels
are ' atnonff ' the' most prominent and ' fatal dis
eases In 'this State, Disobedience to the laws of
health, as retards diet ; tbe use of pernicious
stimulants! and the wear and tear of business
excitement,' and or" rasl lire" generally, nave
tnuch to do with the prevalence of these mala
fiatn our citiosi while in -the Interior, and
especially in the gbld-yicldittg districts, they
are chiefly due to malaria, unwholesome water,
and the exporure and privation incident to life
In new settlements and mining camp Now,
it is A fACT 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
AfJH BITTERS, and It becomos as capable of
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 experi
ence of thousands who hive remained unscath
ed by malarious -disorders in the sickliest sea
sons, while their neighbors, who neglected to
tone and Scdolftte their systems with this un
equalled medicinal stimulant, have fallen, thick
and fast around them, "Weakness Invites dis
ease. Vigor repels it Help nature to fight
the good figft J with s infection, -whether it be in
the air, tbe water, or the soil, with this match
less preparation. a compound bf the rarest,veg
etabfe ex tract with the purest of all diffusive
Umulants." 'f-f ""
-'TMiiealSng ;on its 1 Hvng,' f say: ati who
have '"made nso of Dr. Wittar'' fcaUani' of
Wild Cherry, and, by such use cured, them
selves of Coughs, colds and consumption. The
prudent will always keep this remedy by them.
VAGOH AMD : CARRIftGE SHOP,
Main Street, Dallas; ' ...
Second door north of the Drug Store.
fi. 4mmmmmmmmmmmmm ,m
The undersigned wiihes to inform the 1'ublfc
that be is prepamd to do any kind of , work in
bis line on the shortest notice, and in the best
style. : Thankful to bis old customers and
friends for former patronage, he respectfully
solicits a continuance of tbe same.
3-tf , . n j; , . 8. T. GARRISON.
it km. KST, PftEJlIV.TJ
$12 50 clear profit per dm.' $75 00 'par week.
$.100 per ; Mouth made east by anyLADTor
Okktlkmam Introducing this Okuinb and Obi
oiJiAt Old Favorit. With its many new and
practical addition, making the most complete,
combination of Valuable "and uncful improre
ment ever effected, in any one machine. The
embodiment of extreme siraplicily, efficiency
and utility, entirely different In model and
detign from any low priced machine. . It Is the
most Mrcictable, eleyaUt and reliable FAMiLr
SeWISO Machimk ever invented, gives perfect
satisfaction wherever Introduced. Das receiv
ed Premiums- Stood the test of 10 years, and
is fully approved 'of by erery amtVy who have
them in use. Is noiteleu, makes the strong and
beautiful Elastic Lock STiTcnevith wonderful
rapidity and CERTAIMTT. Setet anything a
needle will oo through, from tbe .?( to the
thickest tthtXcfirm and neat, with eae.' Uses
all kinds of silk or thread direct from thetpoel',
is improved with new telf-uctiug feed, spring
teuitoH, elf gidtr, and uses tbe adjuUibict
STRAIGHT SKEDLK, perpendicular motion, with
powerful lever , action. . Pussesses ALL tbftoorf
Innlitiee of the lent tiyh priced machine con
ensed, without their cvnrpticmtioHi or ' rAtri.T.
Sample of tcwinff KENT FHKK, on receipt of
sUrop. For certificate, ere., see descbU'TIVK
pamphlets, mailed rr. A thorough practical
sewing machine ;for family ae, Tribune."
A very strong and reliable machine, at a low
price." Standard." This beautiful sewing
machine is one of the most ingenious pieces of
mechanism eirer invented. . Democrat,". 0a,
Worth many times its cost to any family.
N. Y. Weekly'', It Is qnite a new machine
with its many late improvements, and sews
with aJtdnishlng ease, rapidity and neatness.
Republican," N. Y. Single machines, r earn '
pie, svlerted with care, for pamilt vsk, with
t very thing completb, sent to any part of the
country per express, packed in ttrig wooden
box, free, on receipt of price, $5 00. Safe de-'
livery of good ywiranteed. Forward carh bv
REGISTERED LETTER, Or P. O. MOKKV ORDER, at
our riik. Agenta wanUd. male or female,
ery where. 'w pamphlets, containing extra
liberal Inducements, sent free, ,
inst Pamilv ewixs macbive vo, umee
86 Nassau trt. New York.
Hedges. ! J
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WAIH STREET, INDEPGNDENClC
FINE WINKS, LIQUORS AND SEQARS
served to customers on short notice. .
This establishment does not dispense tangle
foot or anything of that character.
V 'jPtr C ill at tbe Gem.
HEDGES A MERWIN.
34-fim. : "' "' '
J, W. CRAWrORD. i-i: I
T. . BEWVAir.
Front ? rest, one Door South of
Dallas 3 Oregon.
THE TJNDERSIONED BEG LEAVE TO
. inform the eitUens of Dallas and vicinity
that they hare replenished their stock of tin
ware, and have now on hand a large assort-
meut of j - - ' ''
Box and Parlor Stores,
Brass ami .-'.'.'
i ; - i-Iron Ware
Of every description.
- Also a parge supply of
Sheet Iron, ; -
" W Ire, Ac
fHavtng procured the services of a first-class
workman we are now constantly, manufactur
ing all kinds of tin farnithings for stove and
for farmers use. - Such as v i,
Stove Itollera, Collfce and 'Tea; Pot,
Tea, Kettlen, Milk Pan. Dipper,
f Lard and nntter Cam.
And In fact,! all articles of tinware nsu ally
found In stove an tinware store. all of which
we offe for sale at priees that will justifv pur
chuwrs to patronise us rather than Salem or
Portland shops. v -
Special attention will be given toj
,1 :" -
Of all kind. I
In connection with the stove and tin store,
we will continue our ' ' " ; ,!
Where will be kept all kinds of seasonable
meat, both FRES II and SALT, -s , . f
In exchange for goods in our. line we will
take all kinds of country produce, such as "
BatUr, E&tgi, Chicken, Flour, Bacon, &e.
, W invite i the publlo to call and examine
our stock. . 1 CRAWFORD A NEWMAN.
Dallas, March 4, 1870; , ' : 1-tf ;
Paris to be Ho in bar tied!
BUT,- NOTWITHSTANDING, THERE
will be found, at LAUGIIERYA COL.
HNS the best assortment of Family Grocer
ies ever, offered to the public, which can be had
by all who f love good things to eat. ' Our
terms are easy, ' and obr motto, "Small profits
and quick sales." - - , .
Remember, Main Street, Dallas, at .Brown's
old Store Room.
33-tf j - LAUGnERY k COLLINS.
.,: ... j" - .; t;7, '- r -,v".
Home tittle Sewing Ifla
: r. chine!
, Great Reduction in Prices!
TllE IAB0VE CELEBRATED PAVOR.
ite machine is now . offered to tho publio
at the reduced price ot of TWENTY DOL
LARS, and twill be kept constantly on hand
and for sal at the rooms of .-, - ?
Burjrharfl & Powers,5 "
No 139, , First Street, Fortlandi Oregon.
: II, JI. MOHKILI,,
S3-tf !, . Xrareling Agent ,
THE NEW FOOD.
riff - ' V
1 l . iV'fl I I. N
For a few cents you can huyi
of your Grocer or Druggist a
package of SE A MOSS FAIIINE,'
made from puro Irish Moss, or,
Carrageen, which will ? mako
sixteen quaris of Blanc Mange,
and a like quantity of Pud
dings, Custards, Creams, Char-
lotto, Russc, &c ; It la .r the
cheapest, healthiest, and most
delicious food In tho world. It.
makes a splendid Dessert, and
has no equal as a light and
delicate food for Invalids and
A Glorious Change J I
tub cheat Tvom-rr tostxc
This woiidfcrfiil vegetable
restorative la. the feSiectan
chor bf the fceblc anst lc!;ili;
tated. As n toalc uud cordial'
for the aged and. languid, It
has no equal amcny elom
n chics. As a remedy for the
nervous weakness to which -women
arc especially su r
Jcct. it Is supcraedms evctf
other stimulant. In nil Cli
mates ? tro plcal, ; i cm pernt e !
or frigid, it nets m n specJSa
in every species or nuoracr
which undermine the ldiljr
strength and breaks down the
animal sDints. ? or saie uj
f I, i
UOTOU If H I E EiHTA T4 D i
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ALL THOSE WHO ARE INDEBTED,
to the undersigned moot either " pungl
tbe CASH or gire their NOTE. In case lif 4.
failure to do either, there will, be business fof
the leiral fraternity. ,, , .- -vj .f
v B. F. NICHOLS, ,
Julyl. 1870. 5 ' ; 2Hf '
POLK CO II NT V
THE E L LE N D A L E S T O R E,
Mile Vest f Dallas, ; ir ;5'
j.-- :v :.v:'' -T!'
OAS ' BEEN FILLED WITH THB
largest 'and best tk; of, good ever
brought into Polk County. . ; r :
Which we propose to sell I.OWKK than
any other store in the conn y, for' CASH or
PRODUCE, for which wo will pay the highest
market price. . . , '.- j
Our ' stock eonsimts of every description of
goods generally kept in first class country
8toreS.... .t-r a. !:. --.,,f :.i iJ"
Also consUntly on hand a Urge Msortmcnt
of ; . .-
srlanneii9 1 , '
Made" in the Ell en dale Mill, 'which yt willl
ell very cheap. . ' - I r ' " ft J i
Ellendale, July , 1870. , r ;j ; ;) lfttfrf
Cravlbrd & iewmah;f
or THB t
AVE A NEW AND
Japaned Ware, Porcelain . JLJne d ,8t .
Po4v lor . hruiu m Creat. Vitrlctj .ot
Gem Pans, Pressed Pattit a fur, Tajrta
Cooking Hpoom, Egg Iteaterf, BroU
tag ..Plxt area of Improved Piattern',
Rolling Pins, '&. c. ft'
' CRAWFORD A NEWMAN. ,t
Dalla, April 15, I8T0. , ' T:tf
a. r. RCSSKLL,
C. P. FRRRT,
Ileal Ettatt Attorney,
Real Estate ISroliers. aitc
Northwest Cor. of First and 'wasM>o
. Street!,. , .... ,;Lt cl
PORTLAND ... - OREGON.
special attention given to tne saie oi neai
Estate. Collection made in Oregon and the
Territories. ' .
Property, town lots, Improved farms, stock
ranches, lands. Ac situated in tho best portion
of Oregon and W. for tale on reasohabla
terms, . , . f. i,
what "u; & l
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