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VOL. 2. .
DALLAS, OREGON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY .10. 1872.
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'Xlic Lover's Stratagem.
BY J. U. . MUSICK.
The ynunp; school teacher, Marthena
Gooding, .was ftretty. K very hod y said
wowhich I take to be pretty conclusive
.evidence of the fact. I mean iu the
'illa;c of Charleston in the Stale of
New Hampshire. Naturally enuuh:
hehad luany admirers auwaii rlie younr
men, but a dry goods clerk named Os
car Tarleton, aad a firmer named Ho
Jand Jackson, were specially Ettcntive.
Tarleton was bolder among the fair sex,
find having a good tongue was apparjotly
making such alarjeutrjg progress that his
fk'al felt obliged to resort to stratagem,
to which he was encouraged by learn
jug indirectly, that his owu position in
Ihe young lady's regards was probably
higher than he had hoped.
A " protracted mectiog" was beiog
field a few miles from the village, tol
which the -clerk haU efigagcd the com
pany of Miss Gooding, and they were
going oo horseback. Upou being made ;
aware of these arrangements, Jackson
vt&ot at once to see the keeper of the
only livery stable io the place, ad as he
eras a personal friend, succeeded in ob
taining hU aid in the proposed stratagem.
. Jy the plan agreed upon, when Oscar
Tarleton .came to hire the horses, he was
io beiutoif from any choice, the only
niuial to be placed at bis disposal being
& fine, large, black horse sailed "Siroc,"
belonging to Jackson, and to be brought
by his owner to the stable for the use
ai the, young lady. For the young
gentleman, was to be selected a good
looking but deceptive sorrel, with which
he livery stable man had been la'.ely
Oo the way home from Church Mr
Tarleton was in the naidst of a declara
tion of Ior.fi, whfin the clatter of hoofs
around a bend in th road was heard,
And the next instant young Jackson
appeared meeting the couple, with his
horse on a swilt run. As he dashed
by them, he whistled to his own horse,
on which the lady was riding, and the
trained animal, obeying the signal,
wheeled instantly and followed his mas
ter at full spaed, in spite of his rider's
frantic pulling on the rein. Tarleton
tamed Lis horse and started alter the
flying couple, but the poor-creature was
no match for the other horses, and was
The young fanner uevfr looked back,
and seemed unaware of the fact that
the fair school mistress wts his uuwil
Martheua .exhausted her strength
pulling at the rein. Jler faoe lor a
while was scarlet rod, a:id then she
burst into a laugh, whose rippling mu
sic was lost amid the clatter of hools.
Siroc kept within a few rods of the
yonng farmer, who ufter making a cir
cuit, entered another road leading to
the village, with the charmed beast still
at his heels. When thty were several
-miles iitmi the place where they had
first met, Koland pretended to discover
that he was followed, and instantly rein-
ling iu his hurse, saidnuoocently :
h$'. Miss Uoodiug, I did uot
dream f wis pursued,; however, I will
44 Sir, you have .captured me," said
Martheua, with a Uugh. 44 I beliovc
you are a wizard, and have charmed my
44 A wrong nccusation, Miss (Joodiug;
but as Mr. Tarleton has left you, cau I
have the pleasure t,f escorting yoa
44 I suppose so ; since this crazy beast
will tot leave you."
As they rode quietly on tcward the
village they became merry over their
little adventure. At length Roland told
Marthena. ef his love, and asked her to
become his wife. With a smile and a
blush she answered with the toouosylla-
That evening afi the snn was sotting,
our hero, with one arm u.-ound
lant steed's neck, said gratefully :
4' Noble Siroc; well have you served
NAltUO.W (Al(SM R.VIUtoAPS. Col
orado has the credit, of putting the nar
row gauge railroad theory into practice,
ind proving by actual experiment, on
juite an extended calc, the feasibility
f the sysioiH. A late number of the
Denver Xetc has the following state
ment of the bu-inesi of the louver and
Rio t! rar.de railroad, the mot impor
tant represent ative iff the u arrow irauge
td:in. The Seen says :
The business of the Denver ac 1 Rio
(Jrande railwcy lat week atiioutitcd to
n.2"2 .. Ju the seven weeks, du
ring which the road has beo iu opera
lion, it has averaged almost this amount;
for its agreirate earnings now .nruitit
to upwards of 20,000 About one half
of this amount is paspnjeT and one-
half freight business. With their pros--ent
supply f" f'reigk t ears the eompmy
are not able to do the bu-incss offered ;
and when addition il rolling slock now
bciiig manufactured is placed upon the
road, it's almost saertaiu that their freight
busiuesH will tc uoulj.eu. At present!
they are not able to transport any lum-j
her, heavy timber, or other freight of
this description, which, v. ere they pre-j
pared to handle t, would constitute
one of their largest auJ uiost protab!
items of traffic.
II AT KSTKltN I'F.OI'LK IlKAU. t-
The report of the Western News Coni'
pany of Chicago, for the last yeiir furn
ishes a good jeriteriM from which tn
judge orf the kind of literature most in
favor with western readers. It was as
follows: Leil'er, 25.000 copie ; AVr
Yorl: Weekly, 1(5,000 Saturday Aril,
14'000 ; Harper ts Weekly. 5,500;
Chimney Corner. 5,000; Western
World 3,500 , Fireside Companion,
3 .500 ; ILn-ner Utzar, 3,000 ; Day s
Doings, 3,000; Frank Lest e's AVr-t-
paper, 2,500 : Police Mw. 2.500 ; Ad-
pe ton's Journal 2,400 ; Waverly Mag
azine, 2,300; Sporting Times, 1,801 ;
Hearth and Home. 1,000 ; Spirit of ttt.
Times. 500 : Nation. 200 : New 'iWk
Citizen, 75; Horner s Monthly, 7,000
Godey, 4,000 ; Atlantic, 2.000 ; Pete
son, 2,000 ; Oar Yonnq Folks, 1,500
Galaxy, 700 ; Our Boys asd Girls, 500;
Overland, 250 ; Lippincott, 200.
Men are more and more disposed to
consult ehuiee, case, comfort, pleafene
in all things, iu their religion as in ev
ery other department of life. What is
painful or toilsome is dispensed with.
It is an age of labor-saving processes,
and the tendency is carried up f n m
material things to religion. We. Re
lieve this is the chief reason why the
Bible is now read so much less than
it was formerly, eveu by Christian peo
v - t
Une thing is clear to me, tnat no in
dulgence of passioti destroys the spirit
ual nature fo much as respectable sel
fishoess. George McDonald.
An Iowa girl has contracted to cut
and clear 320 acres of tituber-latid this
MUT'IXIKR OX rtJIIIJC 1,ASIW.
EN Kit A L A NSW KUS TO MANY BPKOIAL
From the Cincinnati Time,
1. The large portion of the unim-
pToved uncultivated oil of the 'United
plates, including nearly all of that of
the States of Nebraska, Nevada and
j)regr;, tts aiso of all ihe Territories, is
still the property of the Federal Union,
4nd is known as the public domaii:.
2. While much of the domain is
s'eiie, To.ky inountainoHs, and thus
unfit for cultivation a large proportion
tsdVrlile and excellent, including thous
ands of situate miles which, being tree
less uud being very thinly grasped, have
been accounted desert,bttt which proved
quite productive when reclaimed by ir
rigation. i 3 As a general rnle, any part of
this domain not already granted to or
occupied by private owners is open to
settlement by uuy one. lie who
u suafs" on a tr-tet to which he has no
title, is regarded as holding it by pre
emption. He is of course liable fo be,
f'but seldom is, di.-po.sessed by a bunn
4. .1 he Mvernment proffers a quar
ter section (ICO aero) to any one who
set.les .upon a tract to which -no adverse
title or claim etistH, erects a habitation,
and lives on it for five ears. He has to
pay -for the papers and legal formalities ;
requiring about 20 in nil. This is
called making a ho:iesfead.
5. Congress hasJVoni time t time
mr.de extensive gViMit.s of land to States
and companies iu aid f the construc
tion of railroads thnntgh the pnblic do
oiaiu. Thete grants are usually f al
ternate Motion, (or suuare miles), for
ei riain distance on eil her hide of the1)
pr j cled i ail road.
1. The alternate f-cetion reserved
by the (I.ivct nnuMit. are doubled in
nice ; and he who settles on these and
nroeeeds to acquire a home under thus
homotcad act U allowed Imt eighty in--fi
ad of tht! U5iial one huu lred and
7. The general price if the pub
tie lands is 1 2i per acre, or $200 for
100 aires The alien ate sections re--.er.cd
by the govtruuieut along the
lines of railroad' are held at double
piice,'r 2 50 per aete. 1
8. ; The rji'roal dunjunie.- generally
charge more for their alternate sections,
but as the Government's land is held al
S2 50 per acre, anil -eighty ncr it
may be acquired by hctilement for less
than 820, the Government sections are.
lik.-ly to have the referenee.
0. It is decidedly advisable that
those who have mo.itH shouhl buy their
lands, f 'uhcr of the Government or of
the railroad. It precludes all contro
versy as to the due performances of the
homestead rey uireHjents, gives an in
stant and perfect title, and enables the
owner to sell and convey, go and come
lease or rent, without peril of creating
an adverse title or invalidating his own.
JO. Xo one can legally locate,
whether wilh cash or sciip. a quarter
seetioo actually in the possession, by
occupancy and residence, of a sctiler,f
though he has not piid and does not
mean fo pay for if. Rut this principle
does not apply to the alternate sections
granted to railroads, which do r.(t recog
nite pre-euipli )i).
1 1. A quarter section of public land
is not necessarily a regular quarter of
some designated section, but may be
made up of two eighties or four forties
forming one compact body, though these
were parts of different quarter sections,
jSuch is thi substance of the laws and
regulations governing the acquisition of
public lands by individuals, as wo un
derstand them We trust this compi
lation answers most of the questions ad.
dressed to us whereto we are unable to
give special replies.
Somkthinu Extraordinary. At
Newberry, Kngland, a German recently
madcawager of $5,000 that ,at eig.tj United quietl y for his turn, in
o clock on a particular evening he would gtcaa of pwhlng 8a crowding, showing
pit uuwii io uiooer in a nun wvvn.
well made suit of clothes, the wool of
which formed the fleece on sheep's back
at Gvo o'clock the same morning.
Two sheep wrc shorn, the wool was
washed, carded, stubbed, roved, spun
and woven ; the cloth was scoured, ful
led, tented, raised, sheared, dyed and
dressed ; the garments were made. At
a quarter past six he sat cViwn to a din
ner at the head of his guests, in a com
plete (lamson-colored suit, thus winning
his wpger, with one hour and three
quarters to spare.
There is a young girl in Virginia who
wears bullets in the form of a Maltese
cross, which were extracted from the
bodies of her father add brother, who
were killed in the siege of Richmond.
A VISITOH'S OPI NION OltLlCiON.
Prom the Oregonian of Frbruary 1st. 1872.
hast summer the author of the fol
lowing letser, Mr. J. A Doualdson, of
.St. Joseph, Missouri, made a tour of
Oregon, lie came to this State at the
solicitation of Scnater Corbett, and was
strongly imprcsseU wilh its fpresent. ad
vantages and future tposhibilities. It
will be -seen that he us writing a serh
ot articles on our State:
f?T. Juski'K, MiclRU, Jan. 1,'1S"T2.
Win. Datidont Fsff, Hear sirl'
JJeiewith please find copies of the
'Country Grnlcinnn, containing tny
correspondence concerning your 8tate.
tl nut ako writing articles for Tilton's
Journal of H trticuUnre, which will
give you the details of my observation
ou the fruits of Oregon, and will send
the numbers to yos as issued. Jleiug
a mo ithly, it will require some time to
publish all of my letters on the subject.
Knowing the adaptation yf the climate
and soil of your State te the production
f all kinds of fruit, I feel a duty to
call the attention of those dejiriu tw
engige in that business, as well as oth
er, to its superior advantages At no
very future day it wiH "become an inr
poi tant branch of industry, and a source
of great wealth lo iudividuals and the
Thauking you kindly for attentions
received, I am, yofs very respectfully,
J. A. DOXALDSOX.
The above letter, with copies f the
Country Gentleman coat-Tiiiing the ar
ticles alluded to have been placed in our
bauds by Mr. Davidson. We make an
extract or two from the articles.:
"JVrilaud is quite a small city,
claiming only ten thoumnd inhabitants,
but it his more those fctturcs that
distint'isii a city from a viMa thin
are generally met with in fwwns of its
size. It has wholesale houses tht wuld
be no discredit to citu-s wiih ten time.-
4 To o.ie wit o Vis p isieI a sore of
years iu contending with bigs, it is a
gratifying siyht to ee plum trees .in
dooryards, without ire. liaded with
choice fruit, perfectly fre tvm !ie
Curculi-iu traJe ih. irk. i In; planter of
fruit rets here does ut need inquire
is to the pro Juctiveoess of varieties,
lor all kinds beir well enough ; in fact
productiveness is alwnt the wt evil
the fruit growers have to contend wiilu
Trees bear so y ung and so heavily that
they are injured very materi i'ly. Wo
saw aJ'uli pippin, -a variety that has the
reputation ol being a shy bearer 10
years planted, overload .d with fruit.
I'ear trees, too, bear young and abund
antly. Jt is evident tka: t4ic Kati who
wrote, " He who jJatit-s pears, plants for
hi heirs." di4 not live in Oregon."
Mr. Donaldson was much impressed
with Oregon's advantages as a fruit
growing country. He is himself an
intelligent frr.it-grwcr of largo ex
perience, and his articles on Oregon's
capacities iu this direction, to be pub
lished iu Tilton's Journal uf H-jr-ticullue,
will be worth a great deal to
Kkaii This, Hoys. A gentlcium
advertised f'T a boy to assist him iu his
office, and nearly filly applicants pre
sented themselves to him. Out of the
whole number, he in a short time fee
lectcd e and dismissed the rest.
" I should like t know," said a
friend, "on what grownd you selected
that boy, who had uot a siugle rccom
"You are mistaken," said the gentle
man, "he had a great many. He en
tered noiselessly and closed the door
after him, showing that he was careful,
lie gave up his seat instantly to that
lame old man, showing that he was
kind and thoughtful. He took off his
cap when he caaic ia, and auswercd
my questions promptly and respectfully,
showing he was poiite and gentlemanly.
He picked up the book which I had
purposely laid upou the floor aad re
placed it upon the table, while all the
rest stepped over it or shovtd it aside,
til at lie was honest and orueriy. u neu
I talked with him I noticed that his
clothes were carefully brushed, his hair
iu nice order, and his teeth as white as
milk ; and when he wrote his name. I
noticed his fauger-oails were clean in
stead of being tipped with jet, like
that handsome little fellow's iu the blue
jacket. Dou't "you call those things
letters ef recommendation ? I ;do, and
would give more for what I cau tell
about a boy by using ray eyes ten min
utes than all the letters he can bring
A census of the city of Home hasjnst
been completed. The population is 250
The Prince of Wales bos recovered.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS, d V.
OCULIST, A U It 1ST, CATARRH, THROAT
F II T 8 I C I A IV .
OFFICE Corner of 3d and Mor
rison streets, 'Portland, Oregon.
TVR. B(JRN PRACTICE 'if BRACKS
M l the wuat modern ieulilio treatment fort
iuo apu ana raaical eure ul cbruoio dintusvB.-
JOUS J. OAI.Y,
AWy A: CounselloratIia w.
Will practice in tbe Court of Record and Io
fei i.rJuurt. Culleclivtii attcudol to promptly.!
Offire in yr. J. E. Davi Jsoti' BuilJinr,
MAIN STKKCT, I NDGl'Ii.MMJKCC
5, C GRUBBS, r.l. D.,
IMIVSICIAN A Nil .SCRUefy.V,
Oftr Ula Serrico to the Citiwns of Dallas
ad Vicinity. )
(AFFWL'-mt KICJCOLS' Drug tore.
. 3i.tr i;
v. o. ji:i'Fitii:s, M. i.t
lh.vicinn anil Surgeon.
filial attention giveu to Ootetric and
Attorney & Counsellor-At-Law,
WM rvarlire in aMtiie CourU of tbe a'aia.
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law.
5prHal attrnHon Rf.nrn to Collcrtiom and to
nc porviCTir.iig io JU-al Ktate. (
nSUTFERRY & WOODWARD,
Real INlnlr AeulM
and Real Estate Auctioneers,
No. IO. FltO.XT 8TRERT,
POliTXAKli Oil KG ON.
J. Am A I PI, Eli ATE,
A fry A: CoiiiiMellor af ff.au,
OFFICE IX COURT IIOLSB,
2 ALL AS, POLS COUNTY, OSEOOJL
i 'f sii. vii,
No. 13, Firt Street,
POHTI.ANI. .... OURGON,
WboVfale and Retail Dealer ia
drv mods, mmm,
I-ADIKS DItKSS GOODS,
ntoTs ani snoi:s, nATjS & CAPS
I!iKbet Caub Price paid for all kind of
. 16 tf
T MJ FRIENDS AND PATRONS t
o'thr 1 hve re buUl wr 5bi'
SAME OLD CORKER, fl
i65Sth prepaTcd u dtf fcU kind
VACOW WORK AND HORE.
SHOEING OJf SHORT NOTICE.
hypyg up lunii.diately.
A fri-nd in need, s . Wend indeed.
SiSIl, DOOIt MD
MAIN STREET, DALLAS.
1 have constantly oa hand and for Sale
WINDOW SASH, Co lazed
DOORS OF ALL SIZES.
WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES,
All of the Best Material and Manufacture.
H-tf JAMES M. CAMPBELL.
I HArVIC A. COOK,
13 OOICI3 1 IV IEK5
- . AND ' 1
Blank B3ok Efasmfactnrer,
Having established a First Class
Bookbinder in Salem, is now
prepared to do all manner of
work known to tbe trade.
Magazines. Nawspapen and Muile Bound
ia any dilr?d Style.
OU Books Eo-Bound.
BmN ?0K8 of every deseriptlon, with
r without Printed Headings, Manufactured to
BLANKS of every kind Ruled and Prrottd
Io Grl.wold'i Block.
PROFESSIONAL OARDS, SCi
iill DALLAS IlOTmL,
COItNKR HIAIV AND COURT 0T.:
Dalln, Polk County, Oxici. r
Tbe u.cri-n !, I.ariuf RB-FriTED tfc
above HOTEL, now informs tbe PaMie tbai
be i prepared to Aeeoiumodate all wbo ma
favor hiui with a pu.lt, good strte m eaf
be found in any HUi'ln 'tbeCrarrtr7. ,Uit
me a call, and jrOa iiball hot' leave "diiappolijaaC
12-tf W. F. KENNEDY Hrfyiiitfr. t
v. . ; v. ;dVtit
Malu si. (oppo!te4he Coat Xloeae), lallft
MANVFACTVftril4 AVD IfJarSTtlT
Harness, Saddle, Bridles, Whips. CoHart,
Cbeek Line, etc eteof all kinds, wbieb io lo
prepared to sell at the lowest Itr'Ug rattk j
jE2r IfL'PX IRIN doo o Qttlm j
5. II. KINCAII4as qp4
TJew Photographic QalJaFf t
Io Dallas, where he will bo pleaswd tnul Oi
Customers in bis hue ol,laiiaen !t C1CMR9
of tbe day. 1,4, . t ?
Cliildreti Pictzzrea ?
Taken without grutublinj, at tbe same prieo si
Adultn. Satisfaction guaranteed. ; PrieoM
suit the times. " . 'runt
Roosas atLcfvtletro OU Sued, Moio
Dallas, PolkCobQ', Oregon, Aptf.tb, TStfl
DKALKH IX ' :
um ro c ertGf
WOOD AND WILLOW WAHE
D ALL. As, 4lltBCO!fv
DALLAS LIVERY. FEED & SALE
Cor. Slain aud Court Streets
Thos. Q. Richmond, Prc?r!ct53
HAriXG PURCHASED TnE ABOYfl
9tan4 of Mr A. 11. W'bltltj, we have ro.
Ctted ami re stocked it III soesj 0 uaanor .M
will satrafactorilj meet ever want of tbe coot
llugglco, oiMle or double. Hacks, Ce&f
i . corel Vgta, etc., etc. . i ,?
FurnisbeA at all himrs, day or nighty oa
thort notko. :
Superior SMle Ilorten, let br. tk'9
flit- txr- IV.sIr
Tcnns, R c a 3 o n a n x. cy ,
4 I , , T. Q. RICHMOND
WEW PAIAT UOPri
GRAiraiia & eLAiin
PAPER HAnGIIJQ, &c,
Don in the coost Workmanlike saaner V
tx. P. nuivi:ru
Shop upstairs orer llobart A
'" . ' '': Shop. : : :
DALLAS, POLK CO OREGON,
n ADE EASY,
LADY AGENTS. 4
We want Smart and - Enerretlo Agtit
introduce eur popular and Justly ceUbrataw
inventions, ia every IWoy IW mnd Citjf tm,
tht Wortd. il -,3VJV3t
Indispensable every IfititeolSi
They are blrbly approved f, ondorstd ant
adopted by IWie, Hyti.iow Jwil Diruut,
and are now a U R U A T FA VO U ITX; ka
Every family will lrehaoe
or more of them. Something thti tholr aseritt
are apparent,at a ULANCK, v;j a;
BRTJG0I8TS, MILIIHKES, DBXSSASSp
and all wbo keep FANCY. STORKS, will omsI
our oxeellet t articles SKf,f VERY RAPtO
1Y, gives perfect satUfaetion and netting
S M A L L FO u r ij N'ks "
to all Doalon and Agent. f , ? .rf
COU NT V II I C Ti! F RE ll
to all who desire snpaglng 1 n an iInotUt,
llcpectlU rwet ltnmin4, at thania
time doing gwl to tbeir companions in life.
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