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TOW!! COUNTY & HEWS.
DALLAS, SATURDAY, MARBII. 2, J872.
'Latest New York Gold Qnotations ...Ill
Legal Tenders in Portland:
.Buying...... 90 J Sellusg.l. 91
Dallas Produce aud Commission Market.
Corrected Weekly, by 0. B. .Stiles, Peopled
."Merchant, M ain Street, Dallas, Oregon. j
WHEAT $1 10 bush.? i
OATS 2i 75c.
FLOUR $6 $6 50 bbl. -:.
SkaJ AS .fill 1 7A
CORN MEAL 4 o. H lb.
:BEANS fo. n.
;UACONSides. IS 15c lb.
' Shoulders. 8e. to 12c. lb.
"HAMS 14 $ 16c p lb.
iPORK Dressed, C($7cts
V S A a jv "V StL
ncKieu, sc. to io c. f in.
DUTTER Firkins 25 :30;-f lb.
" Rolls, 35 to 40c. tt).
SGOS 373fk doz.
LARD rT$ulkl5, e ; tin?, 18'
POTATOES From Wagon, $1 bushel.
ONIONS $2 bushel.
.APPLES Green, 50c bhl.
Dried, 6e Tb.
CHEESE Now Oregon, 20 25c .
CIIirKKNS 2 50 (Ri $3 doz.
TURKEYS 75 $1 each.
WOOL 33ic. tb
Remember tie Republican Precinct meeting
rta-day. Let all to rn out.
Bradley A Ruloffson eo mo out with a eard
vwhich may be found in another coluini.
If you do not want gray hair, use Hall's
'Vegetable SieiUian Hair Renewer, which will
not stain Uie skin , -or soil linen .
We understand that a tax has been levied
for the erection of a fine school bouse in Distriet
No. 21 ; or what is known as the Townscnd
Messrs Bolter A Wortley are still receiving
accessions to tiieir splendid stock of dry goods
groceries, ete.t which they are offering at very
slow rates for eJh.
W. H. Teal .A Co., .are eitll .manufacturing
some ot the t very bet backs, buggies and
wagons which hare been offered intbis market
They are gotten. up .in ..good sty le jind built for
Mr. J. Baxter, of TodepenlJenee, lost 200,000
feet of logs during the late freshet The logs
were on the bank of the river a few miles above
Biina .Vista , and in such a condition that they
could not be secured.
T. L. Nicklin will be in Independence next
Monday, wberehe will remain but short time
His reputation as a skillful Dentist is well cstab.
dished, and those wishing work in ills line will
do well togive biui a call m soon as possible
At the meeting of the Trustees of La Creole
Academy last Monday night, Messrs. R. Clow
and John Scott were elected to nil the va.
tcuneies caused by the decease of J. B. Ripgn
.nnd the removal from the couuty of Mr. Cha
.Moore. More than the usual interest .is manifested
in the cause of Education throughout Polk Co.
this season. Districts aro refitting old scL0
houses, building new one and endeavoring to
secure the services of competent teachers for the
Remarkable Cure?. Dr. Aboro, at Portland,
ja performing some wonderful cures of a!l kiuds
of chronic di.ae.cs. lie never fails to cure ail
kinds of sore eyes, granulated lid., etc., nasal
catarrh, lung diseases, nervous debility, etc"
J'ainpklcts sent free.
For Rent. A farm on upper Salt Creek.
A good, responsible party, applying toon, can
secure this farm on reasonable terms; There
is in the barn a .quantity of good hay, which
can be bought at a fair price. Apply to H.
Ilagood, Dallas, Oregon.
Mr. Win. Howe has a comfortable dwelling
tionae about a mile west of town, which has
bien unoccupied for some time, A short time
.ago Bome unknown party effected an entrance
.and tore off the canva38 lining, amounting in
jill to sixty yard. No clue has, as yet, been
.obtained to the perpetrators of the deed.
Several young fellows from the Luckiamut'3
were on trial before " Justice Stiles, during the
fore part .of the week, tor larceny. The facts
ivs we learn thjcua .are : The young men of that
yart of the county have been tricking each
other for some time in different ways. Taking
falters, bridles, saddle-blankets, turning horses
loose, etc., has been indulged in by one clique
At the expense of the other, until i t got to be
monotonous. The night of . the ball at Inde
pendence, this game was carried on and the in
jured party resorted to law. After one young
man was fined $25, the matter was compromised
nd the parties went home wiser And it is to
be hoped better, Cor the experience.
Whittling. All kinds of weather during the
week, No Portland mail on Thursday. Dem
ocratic Club meeting last night. Republican
precinct meeting to-day . Republic-! ends its
jecosd roliune this issue, Those indebted lo
us will learn something to (our) adrantago by
giving us a calL Prof. Rutan met with his
ringing class again this -reek. He is preparing
for a public concert to be given soon. The
school At the Academy opened again JasX
Monday. Mr. Chas Moore, from Benton Co.,
was In town the fore r art of the week. The po
iitieal cauldron is beginning to .bubble, hence the
crowds around the Court House. Nearly every
Democrat in the county is an office-seeker, or
has a friend who is, so look out for button
holing, Albert 0. Yates, of Salem, gave us a
call last Monday.
E. II. Sullivan, a young man of our town,
who has been attending the Willamette Univer
sity, for nearly three yeara, while scuffling with
ft room -mate, a short time since, twisted his
neck in such a way as to severely injure him
and will probably prevent his return to school
for some time. He regrets this, as the school
is just on the eve of an examination.
There is a move on foot to establish a public
library" in town. This is a good move aud should
bo made a success. With a good library and
pleasant reading rooms to visit, many a young
man who now resorts ta.saloons or passes his
evenings around the stores, -would be saved
from takiug the first step in that course which
njftea leads to the gallows or Penitentiary.
Correspondence. Articles written for our
paper should bo .short, as our space will not'
permit any lengthy dissertation on any one -subject.
The communication on our first page, al
though lengthy aud in opposition to our pub
lished views on the question submitted, is, nev
ertheless, worthy of perusal and wo' would re
commend our readers to read it carefully.
Mr. Geo. Gomegys informs us that the farmers
are becoming more than ever convinoed of the
advisibility of plowing in the fall and then turns
ing the soil again in the spring before seedine.
With this view a largo amount of plowing has
been done during the fall and early part of
winter, and if the spring is favorable an un
usual amount of grain will be sown this season
We call the attention of our readers to the
advertisement of the National Business Col
Jege of Portland. This has become one of the
permanent institutions .f the country, and un
der its present management cannot fail to meet
-the demands of the pablio. Young men desir
ous of fitting themselves for business, should
not fail to secure the advantages offered to them
in this institution.
Aecident. Miss Ester Nichols, while going
down stairs in hor stoeking-feet last Wednesday-morning,
ran a sliver into the ball of her
left fot. The eliver penetrated diagonally to a
depth of about three iuches. lu an effort to extract
the sliver, it was broken off about the middle.
Dr. Grubbs was called, who administered Chlo
roform and then cat out the remaining piece,
Xho pain came near causing lockjaw, but the
pativnt is now doing .welL'
We were shown, tha othjr dv.b M; j-f H).
bart Jt Co., specimens of leather manufactured
by Cbas. McDonald, at tho Dallas Tannery,
which for firrnnecs and quality of tex'.uro can
not be excelled. Mr. II bart informs u.stlat hw
bought of Mr. McDonald two sides of leather
whieh amounted to 2t 10. They affirm that it
is superior to any they have Lirctofuro been
able to procure in tin. Stato. This looks lik
business. .Mr. M Donaid keeps ci.ii'tantly on
hand a full supply of the very best qu-ility of
leather. The Tannery is to bo refitted this
spring and enlarged o tlm: its capacity may
come nearer meeting the dem tuds of the peo
ple. Mr. M. ha served five year at, the tn
nin and currying art umlrr in-b ntarei, an. I
also worked as journeyman 'in different Stale,
and as he is au experienced and practical tan
ner, claim- that be caa manufacture leather
e (n il or superior to any otlur t urner in the
State. Tho.c wishing to set; f-pecimetis of fie
leat her can be accommodated by ea'tir it tb
tannery, or at too chop of Jlirj. H;!art Jt Co-
HARRINGTON WOODWARD, At th
residence of tht bride's father, nuar DaHs
Feb, 27th, by Kev. J. Jamc. Mr. If. Harring
ton aud Mi.s Mary Woodward, all of Polk Co.
A Polyglot Business. The wide-spread in
fluence of American skill and enterprise ha.
outstripped the comprehension of American.
themselves. The fabrics of our mills clothe
the ravages ;of both continents. They wrap
the loins of Africa, and the tawny skins of
South American pampas. But wider sMU are
spread the products of our skill in medicines
A lata visit to Dr. J. C. Ayer AVs labora
tory and offieo in Lowell, showed us that the
whole surface of the Lalitable globe pays its
tribute tbere; there they cater to and servo the
requirements of all nation;-. Their publications
are in many tongues that widely -severed peo
ple use. Their letters must be read from and
written in many tongues, for which there sits a
long range of correspondents with the indis
pensable accomplishments for .their duties
Their daily mail of half a bushel of letters brings
bo in advices, orders and remittances from the
circle of the world. We were overwhelmed with
jnma.ement. and our readers would bo by an
in spection of this wonderfully extensive health
dealing enterprise Holly Springs (Miss.)
SYMPTOMS OF CATARRH".
Indipoflition to exercise, difficulty of thinking
or reasoning or eoncentrating the mind upon
any subject, lassitude, lack of ambition or en
ergy, discharge falting Into the throat, some
times profuse, watery, acrid, thick and tena
coous mucous, purulent, offensive. Ac. In
others a dryness, dry, watry, weak or inflamed
eyes, ringing in ears, deafness, hawking and
coughing to clear throat, lceration8,doath and
decay of bones, scabs from ulcers, constant de
sire to clear nose and throat, voice altered,
n-asal twang, offensive breath, impaired or total
deprivation of sense of smell and taste, dizzi
ness, mental depression, Ions of appetite, indi
gestion, dyspepsia, enlarged tonsils, ticklinj
cough, difficulty in speaking plainly,genoral de
bility, idioey and insanity.
All the above symptoms are common to the
disease in some of its stages or complications,
yet thousands of cases annualyterminate in con
sumption or insanity, and end in the grave
without ever having manifested one-third of
the symptoms above mentioned'
No disease is m re common or less understood
by physicians. The Proprietor of Dr. Sage's
Catarrh Remedy will pay $500 reward for i
esse of catarrh hih he cannot cure. Sold by
K.11 dJujfgists, or sixty cents to it. V. Pieroe, M.
D., 133 Senaca street, Buffalo N. Y.; for it A
pamphlet sent free. Beware of counterfeit or
worthless imitations. Remember that the
genuine has the words " Jt. V. Pierce, M. D.
Sole Proprietor. Buffalo, N. Y.," printed upon
the wrapper; also has Dr. Pierce's portrait,
name and address on his private Government
stamp upon each package.
More 'big red apples" this week, This time
from Mr. Tick ens .
John Cook, while playing with the hammer
of a gun, as.it was hanging on the gun rack
ia b!is father's house, let -go of.it, whieh im
mediately diseharged the gun, sending the bul
let 'through the side of the house. Nobody
It may bo surprising to the natives of'Oregon
to see so maoy towns where ouly a few years
ago! was barren wastes, but their surprise is
nothing compared to the astonishment expressed
by frs. A. M. Swain's patrons, at the perfect
fit of their garments, Give her a call.
The Blind. The Oaiettt, in its last i-sue.
calls the attention of the public to the fact that
a move is on foot to estab li.ih an institution of
learning, for tho blind. This is a want which
hasjong been felt. It is true the numberof
bliild in our State as yet is small. This number
however will continue to increase, and nov,
wbijlo property is comparatively cheap, and ev
erything favorable to tho project, we should
give it the attouti'ju which is duo so weighty a
matter, audseo what can bo doue. Prof. Ratau
hasiaunouueed his intention to lecture here, at
uo distant day, upoa this question. The atten
tion of our people will thoa be culled more di
rectly to tho question.
W. C.Wills, Clerk of Dallas School Distriet,
gives us the following from his annual report :
No. of voters, 122 ; No. male persons oyer four
and under 20 years of age, II A; No. females
116, total, 2:32. Terms of school taught, 2; av
erage attendauce, 1st quarter, 83 ; Teachers :
M. M. Oglesby, Prinoi pal,' Miss Dora tLamson,
Intermediate Department, aai Miss Kate Rec
tor, Primary. Second quarter averago attend
ance, 1 19; M. M. Oglesby Principal, Miss Ida
Witten Intermediate, and Miss E. A. Seriber,
Primary. Amount paid to teachers from Dis
trict tax $693 4;J ; auaouut from County Fuud,
coiu,$319 37; currency, $IS 29; expenses, in
cluding clerks' fees, for collecting tax-$192 95'
Tel egrra ;U bc Sai su aia ry
Chicago, Feb. 24. A Times Wash
iutoti frjKjcial has the follow in;, which
U claitiiet to be a fair rprei'titation f
Washington osip: The latest niege of
tho political situation ij the nomination
of J u-tico Davis, of the Supreme Court,
for the Presidency by the Nation:!! La
bor Convention. It baa irieatly f'atttl
his fri. ii'ls, who aH"ueate his claim a
an opposition candidate. lie i. the re
cipient of many congratulations on his
nomiuatiuu. It in mid it will bo prcsnt-d
an the Cinelunati Convention) peadit-u
hid acceptance. In th -t movement th y
expect the National Democratic Com
unUee to ratify the ticket. S .one of the
Dom .-'Crats woo do not approve i f Ju -hee
Davi' dee!ion, of the Cointitti
tio jality of the le:! tender act. pref i
the Humiliation ol Senator TritmlmH, I y
the Cincinnati convention. A greater
(majority, however, of Democrats here,
favor any course until alter the Philu
dtlphia and Ctneinnatt conventions.
W i-hin-toti, Feb. 21. Tho IJouye
Coaiuiitfeo on Cioumeree finally agreed,
seven against two, o reeomtnendioir an
appropriation doubling the China mail
.service. Tins, recommendation and
com bi nation with the friends of the
Australian subsidy it is believed insures
tho ?ucccs of both measures.
It is probable the bill making tea
and c-dFee free ill iail before the Sen
ate Its t).i.sae by Ireein importation
from delays and the e.peuse attending
theboiidiug system, would tend to bring
the entire tea trade via California and
the route overland.
the interview had by Thornton (Minis
ter) with Secretary Fish yesterday was
sent by last night's steamer, so that it
might reach England earlier than the
The Judiciary Committee of the
Legislature of New Vork examined wit
nesses yesterday concerning appoint
ments referred by Judge Cordoza.
Nothing reliable can be ascertained as to
the purpose of the testimony, as the ses
sions are secret. The Committee is
composed of six llepublrcans and three
At a meeting of Irish societies last
evening arrangements were made for
the celebration of St. latrick's Day.
The procession will bo on a scale grander
thau heretofore known.
The Committee of 22 appointed by
the Graud Sachem of Tammany society
to reorganise the Democracy of this city,
which meets next Monday, is composed
of such prominent and influential citi
zens as Chas. O'Connor, Belmont, G.
Low, O. Othendorf, J. J. Ceseor, S. M.
Barlow and Martin Marble.
German Democratic General Commit
tee last night passed resolutions endors
ing Carl Schurx.
It ia stated that Attorncj-Gencral
Barlow bas withdrawn from the proses
cutiou in the case of Mayor Hall.
New York, Feb. 25. Judgo Barn
ard has mads a protest to the assembl
ing of the Judiciary Committee against
Samuel J. Tilden, serving as one ot the
investia rs of charges against himself,
on the ground that Tilden is a mem
ber of the Bar association, and as such
one of his prosecutors.
Legrattd Lockwood, a promineut
Banker, died this moruing.
The Senate Committee on Private
Land Claims to day heard tho argument
in support of the claims presented by
Gen. John A. Sutter, the I'ioneer set
tler of California, who asks that scrip
be issued giving him authority x to lo
cae some ouo hundred and sixty thou--
and acres unoccupied pnblic lands in
lieu of compensation for his Sobrantc
grant of 22 leagues, which was rejected
by the United States Supreme Court.
Sutter claims he will bo able to adduce
uew evidence -to establish his rejected
grant which secures other lands instead
of those winch have lon been occu
pied by settlers and bona fide purchasers
at Sacratueuto city. The committee
also heard the argument of counsel for
MeGioroa't in favor of his claim, it hav
iun been rifored to the Committee on
Private Laud. Claims a few days ago.
I Ooughlan is urging an appropriation
of a half milbou dollars fur t he eou.Urue
tion of two exeavated dry docks at Marc
:lIoughtoufs time, giving Valentine
.standing in the court to establish the ti
tle to the Petaluma eite under the Mir
anda grant, and substituting lauds
elsewhere, rf the titles were sustained,
passed the House with Oouglan's
amendment, roviding uo decree shall
be effectual until Valentine, filing a
deed, giviug the 'United 'States trust for
settlers on the Miranda grant hii inter
est iu the same.
Couglao hopes to pass the coolie
bill prohibitiug Ferrile contracts, and
private laud claims; also for the relief
of ex -Ambassador Koss Drowne.
A motion t n process for giving 13,
5U0 for the wotks at Alcatraz, S75.OU0
for Lime Point and .885,000 for Fort
Point. The Superintendent of the Na.
val Academy reports flattering conduct
and process of the Japanese.
Corbett iotroduced a bill extending
citizenship to all persons born in Ore
gon before the treaty of 1840, children
of British fathers. The number- Is said
to be large.
New York, Feb 24. A dispatch to
the Ierull says there will be a delay of
several djys in di.-patching an answer to
Lord (iranville's note. The rc-u t of
mumamxm m.vm ::jm.a m juu
From the I'ortlauJ Hulk tin wc cull
the folio. v ing:
J'lwir There has been coosidcrablc
demand for Mitall lot.s for local trade
during the pa.-t few days, but uo large
sates uor change iu ootaiioi:s.
We pioto : Fxtr.i t iod:trd brands
at S -." " id)! : choice c.::itry, 5 1'tUt.
V) bid, ftupciiiuc aiJ uut;iide b;amU.
wi; hoot .-al
We ji Jte the oiT.i'ng j-.riee
s at 51 3 )'-' I p. r ceo ul
iur-ety, t- ,'f or L s.
Fgj;' 1 oe receipt? tioui tlte eoitiitry
have oegaa, aud the prospect! are tht
prie.s will go hwu to a. low liguie.
;.Jj I ci'
.Sa'e-i were ma io
cents per dozen;
this morning at h
Chickens It ceip's were quite free
oil .Saturday, and prices went down lo
i;ti per d zen.
Potat.K.s Th5 market i- ovtr sup
plied, pviees low and sales light. We
te, aeeor liug lo a icy,8i 10V'U Vi)
r-r Celt i a .
?iri i" rnticisco,
Xotwith."tao Jiiig the
tie tv v
rtr in 1 1 1 i i- L ' f vil t ,! ! i tsi jvi .I'li'l. til
come forward from that State. The
steamer whieh arrived last evening
brought 2,1'JO barrels of extra. Sale
oftA tiarrals (ietiessee Fxtra, $0 50.
j The gold t ales lor best brand are as
foliows: Superfine, 35 C-)(r 02 , ex-
tra, J?o .ilOO rJ
Wheat bale's of 200 sis good mill
ing at S2 oU . 1.5U0 ks fair Io
good, 32 1 ,('. 2 20. A lot of 100 tons
eSioice was purchased by millers to-day
at 82 22 i 1U0 lbs.
Barley The extremes of the mar
ket are SI 40($1 f5.
Oats Sales of 500 sks choice at
1 75; other qui!. ties sell at 1 55Qt)
Hay Small sales within the range of
$lti(f20, though strictly choice wheat
would bring 822.
Potatoes 50.0 ks Petaluma sold
yesterday at4050c, and small lots
of choice Sweets, 62 50 ; llumbolts 75
Feed Consignment of feed middl
ings sold at $31 on the wharf.
For tho very best photojrrapbs to Rrad
Iey4. Itulof on's Gallery without STAIRS,
.-ASCEND IX THE ELEVATOR, 42J
Montgomery, etreet, Sau FraneSaco.
TIII llI)CIi IU!I,C
fllHE ENFORCEMENT OF THIS UNPOP
J ular rule at the late Agricultural Fair,
although a source of frreat annoyance to visit
ors and of vexation to Marshal.1, was . not en
tirely barren of good results, especially to the
people of this vicinity who are sagacious
enough to profit by tho facts developed. It
seems that in ejecting parties violating the
rule, the Marshals found great difficulty in
some cases by reason of the clothing of the
offender giving way, while others more roughly
bandied were removed from tbe ground with
out tho least injury to their clothing. TLis
mytery was solved by the Marshals when
they found on investigation, that tho clothing
which tood firm under the sturdy grip of the
officers Wits purchased (with the exception of
one velvet euit)ut tho store of Murphy t Croas
man, in the bank building, corner of State and,
Commercial M., Salem, whero a g o l supply o
the tfUino kind of clothing is always on hand
together with a fall ft.-mtnu-nt of fashionable
hats aud gents' furubhing goods. 3:Hf.
C. II. cox.
ILis on hand and for - Pale, SADDLE
TKEKS of all siea and the 1 et quality.
Shop near Way mire's Mill, Dalla?, Oro gon
REAL E ST ATE DEALER,
Office, Tio. til Front Street,
"REAL- E STATU In f.! 'CITY and
EAST PORTLAND in tbe mo.-t desirable lo
caliies. consisting of LOTS, HALF H LOCKS
andliLOCKS, IIOrjSL-5 and STolli;.-; alio,'
IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable
uncultivated LANDS, located 'iu ALL parts of
Uio STATE for SALE.
'REAL 'ESTATE and otficr Pmpcrte
purchased for Correspon lettts, in this ('ITV
and throngbout -tlio STATES Urd TERR!
TORIES, w'tb reit faro and on the moat
ADVANTAGEOUS TERMS" ' i
HOUSES and STORES LEASED,
LOANS NEGOTIATED, and CLAIMS 01
ALL DESCF II'TIONS PROM PLY COL
LECTED. And a General FINANCIAL and
AGENCY BUSINESS transacted.
AGENTS of tbi OFFICE, in all th
CITIES and TOWN'S in tbo STATE, wil
recivti descriptions of FARM PROPERTY
au.l ioiHk.rd tLu aino lo tbe above address.
1840 f 18 70 1
HOW TO CUKE IT.
At the connncnf emcnt .of tba Dianhoe, which
alwsys precedes an attack of the Cholera, tak
a teapoi)fuI of Pain KiMerin sngar and wa
ttr, (hot df convenient,) and then bafhc freeh
tlie stma'"h and bowels with the Pain Killer
clear. Flmald tho diarrLoe .r cr..mps tontirni'
repeat the ilosi; every fen or fifteen mitiuies un
til the patient m relieved. In extreme case.1
two or tcure toa'poonluls may Le given ut a
The Pain Killer, as a remedy, Las no equal.
Inches of ChoK-ra. Hummer Complaints, 'Dys
pepsia. Dy st nter t. Acihiua it cures in one tiihi
by taking it. internally, an-i bathin with i'
f r'(ly. Its action if like m i'U wfc-.-n external
ly apphcJ to Oil S.res, Btirts Scald, an.'
pr;i.;? I.r ?iek Hcudai-hc and Toothaeh
don't i.ul to trr it. In thvrt, it is a Pais Kill
fiirecii o- nf"Tfjiffiny frli bottle,
Thu P.iu Kilkt iold by all dealers ia Med
I'ii'tc, 2j csaU, 5'i v-v-sitj.i l I $t per bottU-
IV hat t.vprsJa may Ciid In.
In li,;. ti'.c i not dauf r'.u., y the faculty
lr! ,: s r.i ! t in ii.-.-lf. whi.e it remains raos in,
; it fti n ; Jott 'ok ;.t the .!,( fjoer.cis to whirl
i; ui.iy Iea-1, and often )-!' lead whvs it become
rb.r.iic dista.c. A park of tire I a mal
thin. A pre surf of the foot will -ut it ut:i
breath will cxtirgnish it. Vet it may tire a piw.
tier ill. jr kioille a flame that wi'l consume x
city. Io like asiinner iniocstion may produce
iixtriti ; cbneer 1 the toiiiitcb. Congestion
iuo oowcis, poptxy, ijvtr aisca anl many
other J:oj;--r .! tu lilU.J. Is ii nt wirt then
to chek it in the gum ? Nothing is more cleiriy
and jmti.-) ulstl ly ttnblithcd ti.au that Hostel,
terV ft- mm b Ilittt ri will eradicate dyspepsia ii
all i! f age-, Tho tru po'icy, honever, is to ex
tini;i.h it in the firt stages with this whole
M ine, J wnul, and iilal:ible tonic and alttra
tive. It i. cjisoir to juni h a." :irk than a flame
and it i c;iir to cure dyspepsia when it is f.rst
developed, than when if ha tnadc headway by
noslect, and hue. me omplieatcd with other ail
tocnt.4. 1 here is not the shad'wf a doubt thst
I be bitters are a directly antagonistic to dys
pepsi i ) s w.'iter is t.. fire. Thcr-i arc thousand.
of cases on record prvi?yg tbi- t'nrt. Therein-
e.ly is snfe ansl agreeable. . AH the liquors of
cmmcre prcseriOuil as tiiinuluuts leave ating
behind. Dut tbe stm is taken out of tl e spir
itu ois basis ot this groat remedy by vcirttable
medication, and, moreover, the stimulant thus
medicated is of rxci.ptitii.al purify. Of all tonics,
taken as safeguard or reio2iJ lur fever anl
aguo. billion rt'ini'tents, aud other epidemics.
it is the only one that cau uniformly be depen
EYE, EAR, THROAT A?-D LUNQS,
J. 3?. Pllkingrton-, i?2. D.,
LATE OF SAN FRANCISCO
Has established himelfin Portland, Orcsron.
Offices, Xos. S aud -l Holmes' Duildings, First
Street, three doors fr"tn Ladd A Til ton's Dank,
where he nny be consulted daily, and will
treat diseases of the abovcwiauicd organs ar
All operations on the Eye and Ear made in
the inst scientific and caicful manner.
Artiirint Kjff, having all the beauty and
mobility of the natural eye, inserted.
Refers for his professional stauding to L. C.
Lane, M. D., Pr-f. of Surgery, and Edwin
IJentley, M. D., Prof, of Anatomy, University
of tho Pacific, and for his success in treating
patients to over 1,500 cases treated by him in
San Francisco; also to Levi Ksces, Esq.,
Portland, Wtu. II. Tilton, Esj., Vancouver,
John Alexandar, Esq., Couperille, W. T., and
many others on thir North Coast " 256m
! Plants ! --SEEDS !
Fruit, Garden, Flower,
Shade, Hedges Oaraen,
Applound crab, 100, 2 to 4 It, $1; 4tofn$5 00
Pear, St d Extra, ly.i;aftlctt, i. 3 to 4tl
per dox 2 50
Secds,PVh.bu.$2: A'ple, Osage new,bu....l2 00
Potatoes, White P'ch lllow. Early Rose.... 2 00
Seedling, Soft Maple, 1,000, $1; Ash, $5 ;
Klin ...-2 00
Hllustratcd Catalogue. 1H page, and New
Price Litt, IS cents. F. K. PHOENIX
The ClTV Hoot StoiiB has long been Head
quarters fr the Stato of TiuKRia Crt.n
bkatkTi Hoots, of which I have VeiW
Safe. Parties arc cauti med to e-xmiiiiie and
find my name on them, as the country is
flooded with a ofre Ilrt, in imitation of-the
geuuino article. Every fwir of Tirrel's Hoots
sold at my establishment is guaranteed to givo
perfect satisfaction. !
Rr.MKMBKit that tho above hovtso sells no
buff or split goads. No shoddy palmed off
upon his customers for a superior article of
French Calf. All rips, returned in a reason
able time, repaired free of charge.
37-tf J. W OILDEIIT, Salem.
NE W AD VEli T1S EM EUTS.
For restoring Gray Hair to
its natural Vildlity and Color.
A dressitrg hich
h nt once agrceifade,
bealtby, and effecturfl
for preserving "the
liair. Faded or gray
hair is soon' restored
'to Us 'original color
with 'ih e '6fo$s an 1
mm yrtsftness of youth.
cne3. falHa?: diair cheeked aud bald
ness ofien, though Ddt 'Blwfi, cured
by its use. Notliiug can restore trm
hair where tho follifiles are destroy
or the glaatls atrophied and decayed.
But ftueh s remain can be saved foP
usefulness by this i application. ; Instead
of fouliug the hair with pasty sedi
ment, it will keep it -deau and Vigorous.
Its occasional u.ie will prevent the hair
from turning gray or falling 'off, aotl
consequently prevent baldness. Frefc
from those deleterious substances- wmcn
make some preparations dangerous anil
inturious 4o the hair, the Vigor can
only benefit but-tiot harm it. If wanted
merely for a . : 1
nothing else can bo found eo desiriabk.
Containing uiithcr oilnor dye, it'Jioe
not soil white cambric, and yet lasf
long cu the hair, giving it arichlossJr
lustre and u grateful perfumb. -4
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & to.
PltACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL ' CllEillSTS,
ion I'L'rssFvnrvc; the isjlood.
The f?jH'taU'n thje
ct'.leut iuM"uliie 'euj'jya,
is dei ivitl fruiu iu cures,
many of which are truly
in irvullou. Iu Vetera t
catcs of Scrofulous dut
cac, where tbe system
deviiied estuiatca with
corruption, bar bee
puiiflcii aud cured by
Scrofulous nffectioas ana
disorders .which were atf
srravaled by tlJe-scroAt-Ioqn
c ontaiuinalion nntD.
thevveve aiiiful!y :;flli-tinj, have been radically'
cutvil in Hit h jrivat munbers in almost CTery sec
tion of the conniry.tliat tbe public t-earcflj need tt
bo infotintsl of its tirtuea or uses.
Kcionilous piaou is one of 1ic Kt destntctlr
enemies of our race. Otlcn, Uiis utntetfu artri unfelt
tenant of the organUni undermines fbectrntitutlon,
and invites the attack of cniceblinj'or futal Ureases,
without excitintra miftpicion of Its jircscnce. ApaiiK
it seems, to breed infection Uiroughoutlix body, anil
then, on j?one favoralile ocrai-ion, rapidly, develop
into one or otlicr or it hideous forms, cHber on thfc
surface or anion;' the vitals. In the latter, tuber,
cles mav be sndlcnly deposited in the Innrs of
heart, or tumors foniied in the liver, r it tbows
its presence by eruptions on tbe t in, or foul uker
ntionaon tome part -of tbe lody. Hence Hmcc
cional use of a IwUtle of Ibis iartMjmrilfn is ad
visable, even whentio neti-e t-yjnpiortnf dUeans
appenr. lVrsns OI i tel with the foUwImreom'
piaints peneraltv tind inmicdiate relk-f, and, at
length, cure, bv the use or this .SA JiSJl'AKMl.--J.A:
St. AHttiouy' Firr, Jtnr :sVytelr
Tctttr, Salt Jihrum, Srald IJtHttf, Jf rjj?rtfwv
S'r Ffes, Strr J.'ar, and other eruptions or
visible tonus of Srwfttluug diea.e. Aiso in the
more concealed forms, as Jfs;ef, Jrt y
11 tart J)ieatr, 7M, J-:flrjff, 2rwafgis
nnd tbe various flctmu uf.oeUous of the muscir
lar nnd rervoti" syf-tcios.
Syphilis or Ve'nrrrat nnd Sfcrrttrint Ii!en
arc cured hr it, thongb a lonp time ia required fdt
suIhIuIu these ol linate maladies by any nietlicin.
Hut lonjr continued u?e of this lueair iie HI cuftt
the complaint. I.f ururrhara or White, t'feHw
I let tf if ions, and t'emml Dltrnte,. are com
monly poon relieved nil tiltimatclr cured br Its
purifving and invigorating1 effect, ilintite Irtree
tin for each case jiro found in our Almanac, sup
plied gratis. -llhruntinHftt nnd ilvvt, when
causinl bv accnmnbitione ef extraneous knattrrs
In the blood, vivid quieklv to it, as also Jllrer
Vomulaittt, tnrpUlity, VtmgetlomtrTfimm
mat ion of tbe T.irrr, nnd.Irtftofee,wben;arislnc,
ns they often do, from the rankling poisons in tbe
blood. This SAltSAl'AJtll-T.A. Is great r
storcr for the ftrvngth ond vlyor of the system.
Those who arc l.antruM and J.ffe. JDcsjwm
dent, Slrflrs. and troubled with ?ertws Af
prrhrnrtftu or l-'mrs, or atiy of the if fleet ions
eymptomatje of Wt Kirnnt. rill find hrwelUU
relief and convincing evidence "of 4U tsetUTe
power upon trial. : , s
prepared n r----
Dr. J. C. 1YF.R & CO.,XwIt,
Vrartlcal and Analytitnl ChemUt,
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EEltVWIIEEE,
Will sow everything needed In t family, froa
the heaviest to tho lightest fabric. 1 "f;
IT IMUX 9IOKR WOBK,
.mokl: liixns or wonsi,
AI lTTOt WpBZt.
Than any other machine j
If there is a Florence Siwing. Ma
chine within one thousand miles' of
San FrauMsco not rorking veil and
? living entire satisfaction, if I am in
ormed of it, it will be attended to
w ithout expenso of any kind to the
owner. - - - ' : .
SAMUEL HILL; Agent, ' 1
19 New Montgomery Stree
Grand Hotel Buiidtngj San Francisco. iJ;
Send for Cirrulara ami samp&s of
the irork: Active Agent wanted .
every place, -