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TDM ; COUflTY MEWS.
DALLAS, SATURDAY, A Pit. .6, 1872.
'Latest NewTork Gold Quotation.
.Legal Tender! in Portland:
Buyiog.-......Q0 Selling in
Dallas Produce and Commission Market.
Correeted Weekly, by 6. B. Stiles, People's
Merchant, Alain Street, Dallas, Oregon.
WHEAT $0 80 1$ bush.
OATS 62 75o.
Jb'LOUR-SB $6 50 bbl.
" Rka$t 62 $1 75
CORN MEAL 4o. "B lb.
UEANS 6o. ft.
BACON Sides, 1.1 15o lb.
Shoulders. 8c. to 12c. "ft tb.
HAMS 14 too ft tb.
-POKK Dressed, 67cts
Tickled, 8c. to 10. c. B lb.
BUTTER Firkins 25 30e lb.
" Rolls, 35 to 37c. B R.
EGOS--20c-$ doi. .
vLARD Bulkl5, c ; tins, 16
POTATOES From Wagon, $1 bushel.
ONIONS $2 bushel.
APPLES Green, 50c bbl.
Dried, 6c $ lb.
CHEESE New Oregon, 20 25o lb.
CHICKENS 2 50 $ $5 dire.
TURKEYS 75 $1 eaelt.
DRIED PLUMS 16 Ub.
WOOL lie. lb
Whittling. Weather lovely.
Oil Fellow's HoKlny the 2tb.
Good Templars progressing.
Groceries cboap, at At. C. Brown's.
Brass Band tooting muchly.
The great ery of the week " Taxes."
Best of tin war a at T. B. Newman's.
The singing schools are well attended.
Prayer meetings Thursday evening.
Photographs, good and cheap, at Kincaid's
Hubert Bros, have tLeir Horse Collar aia
chine nearly completed. -
Dan Richardson has a new wagon shop on
Repnblican County Convention the first
Saturday in May.
G. B. Stile is on hand with a full supply ot
garden aeu U and groceries.
Circuit Court will meet oue week from next
31 on Jay.
. -Communications. Several correspondences
have come in this week too late for publication.
G. B. Stiles will be receiving new goods to
day. Bring on your produce; he will taLe
anything you have to spare.
Wool, Wool is the great cry dow. Thoe who
Lave a Urge clip, will get a "clipping" price.
Fifty cents i? being offered.
That Ox" has still t bo jorel by tbu
Couuty Co art, but whit will they do Willi it?
Taat' the qa.'stiou.
Wool. Those wbbiug to dipoo of Wool to
the best advantage, are requvtued to notice tbe
card of A. 0. YaU-s and give him a call.
Our hunting party spoken of lut week, did
sot prove as successful as might have boon.
Twenty aicn and forty bounds out several
days, and only captured two deer.
Tbis is splendid weather for taking Ren
Iraiidts or photographs, and J. If. KitiCiiu
unds ready at any moment to accommodate
all, in the most artistic manner.
JUany of oar legal friuuds win be absent the
coming week, attending Circuit Cturt in Yam
hill. We uu Jeritaud there is a lengthy docket,
coutaiuing cases of iinjrUoca.
The Club dance at the Court House was well
attended and gave gtncral sattstactioa. Under
the leadership of Mr. McCann, these dances are
becoming frequent and popular.
Lively. A lively discussion occurred at the
school meeting as the voje was bting taken on
the question of a tax. Warm words were passed,
only this, aud nothing more.
We have received from Hunter A Co. a email
apparatus for making buttou-hole s. It is light
and convenient, and what no lady who has
work of that kind to do should be without.
County Court This Court has been in ses.
siou this week. The business of the Court was
not finished in time for us to get tbo proceed
ings tuis week, but will plaee them before our
readers next issue
Prof. Pilling gave an Elocutionary exercise
at the Christian Church, on Thursday evening.
The audience was small, but the exercises were
auch as would have interested any on who ap
preciates such an entertainment.
While in Portland we had tho pleasure of a
visit to the Dry Goods establishment of C. S.
Silver. He is preparia g for the Spring traio
in good earnest, and those visiting that city to
purchase, either at wholesale or retail, will do
well to give bim a call.
The Prospects. From all parts of the county
we hear cheering reports of the prospects of the
Republican party in the coming contest. The
acts of the State Convention give general sat
Is faction, and if we can get a good county
ticket success is certain.
Independence. We learn that at tbis place a
new saw mill and grist mill are being erected, a
good hotel is running and business gen
erally good. J. C. Bell, has purchased one of
the large warehouses, and is preparing to pur
chase a large amount of wheat tho present sea
son. The Academy closed the winter session last
Wednesday. There will be a vacation untij
Monday, April I5th , when the District shool
wi!J commence under the management of Miss
Clara Watt and Miss Amelia Sc'ribcr. Under
tiie management of these two ladies, wo predict
a aaxked euccesi (at lit ichooL
For sash, doors and Minds, and all kinds of
carpenter and joiners' work, picture frames,
etc, all of the best style of finish, call on Camp
bell A Ripley.
R. P. Hall A Co., 'Nashua, N. II., proprietor
of Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer, pub
lish a treatise on the Hair, which they will
end f ree to any one on application . This is
a valuable little book, send for it.
For Rent. A farm on upper Salt Creek.
A good, responsible party, applying soon, can
secure this farm on reasonable terms; There
is in the barn a quantity of good hay, whieh
can be bought at a fair price. Apply to H.
At the school meeting - last Monday, B. F
Nichols was chosen Director, and J. A. Apple
gate, Clark. A tax was voted, by a handsome
majority, fur the support of a free school six
months. Our people take the proper view of
these matters and support the froe school sys
Messrs. N. A J. D. Lee are now receiving and
opening a splendid assortment of Spring and
Summer goods. With a well established repu
tation this firm is moving forward in tbeirlUio
keeping up with the demands of the trade, and
offering inducements which need only to be
seen to be realized. Give thoau a call at the
Mr. J. Cooper, f Monmouth, lost a valuable
horse ou WednesJay night. He had worked
the horse, as usual, all day, aud had noticed
nothing wrong with him, but on goitig to tho
stable Thursday morning found him dead.
This is the secoud horie he has lost withiu two
weeks without being ublo to asccruiu the
cause of their death.
Mr. Chas. Moore, a former t uivnsuiun, but
now a resident of Letitou county, favored us
with a call ou Wedues lay. Ilo says thj luruicrs
of Benton are on the alert to get us much grain
as possible sovvu this spring. Tlio Republicans
fully alive to the necesif of carrying tin com
ing election. Business of ail kinds Lufc, and
everything generally lively.
Razing Corns. Mr. Woodward, af t.t fi.-rlr.
E. M. Pane's llbt uiuati.-iu , Ci rn m.ii (.'ha!. lain
Remedy, has been canvassing our vkiuity l-r
a few d.iys for tbis celebrated rtmcdy. .Mr.
Woodward left euougU iu our ollice to demolish
all our corns, and suio t spare. 'lho.-e i-. h
iug this valuablo remedy ciu be aecoinmud.Ue'i
by calling ou -Mr. Woodward. li i-., ."0 citts
Mr. Tibbctts, uiit !tr ibis dii:on tT lite
West isilc lu.iil rutc, in'- rius us tout ucu.tir
aro being taken to ci t;iM.it a thn uU n.o.
fruia Portland to Ctivniii? Mttl.iu twuitv-four
hour.-t. Ti.is uc bupu w.U Vc doac. ar l.rt
Iriiid daisies ure tw aud !winUKucs thro d .iv
old wben we git tiitiu, and ic would certaiuiy
b an advuitt.'ige to all bujirjes men along lbr
rout, if tbe tmtVs could be carried tLrou'u in
As a family journal n'no Las rcvbel a
higher gr.vlo than Fur EreryU't'lg. The Marrh
number coms to ui fully up to, and pi rh.ti).
excel., former ni'tuher3. II i!!jn lalf, a cuii
titiiied story, ratiku aruong its best literary pro
duction, whilo it i replctt with valu.tblij arti
cles upon matter of general interest t every
body. The illurtCratioas are numorUJ, aad
many of them would, if nieely framed, make a
fine p.ir!r ornament. Price, 12 U0 per annum.
Addrens II. II. Sage, 27 Allen itreet, RuGalo,
Tiie WiuoOkesk do not regarJ Ir. Ayer
wimdorn in migrating north ench immense
number of them as are flying over m now
while his Alnvui-ic s.iy: " Bleak and bluster
ing about thij titu3, with Ifjavy snow." Cedar
Rapid ( In) Tiires march 3.
We,weie too fast last week ia oar item on
the conflict between Dr. Ayer and the wild
geeae. Tho iJoctor" neience beat their intinrt
tb ia time. Not for year have hal such a
enow-storm a that of last Sunday. The now
lies three feet an a level in Minne ta an 1 tw i
feet in Wisconsin, while the ttorm has swept
from the Atlantic to the Rocky Mountain.
Snew fell at various depth as far south as
Denver, Fort Unian and Santa Fa. Learned as
we believed Dr. Ayer in the arcana of nature,
and wonderful as we know bis medeeines to be,
we were not prepared for so signal an instance
of bis superiority, not only over the wise men,
but tbe widest of animals whose instinct is con
sidered unfailing. We drive up the peg, more
firmly tnan ever, over our hearth for Ayer's
American Almanac. Cedar Rapids Times
A Valit ails An to Business Mem anh to
Litkary PcoPte. Tbe publishing house of
L. Prang A Co., Boston, hitherto known to the
public only through their celebrated chroinos,
have entered an entirely newfi'dd by bringing
out Schem'$ Ut!vcrml Statistical Table," a
publication containing the uio.t important sta
tistical facts relating to all the OHHtrin of the
world, each as the area of each country, form
of government and bead of the same, popula
tion, expense, debt, paper money, amount of
circulation, standing army, navy, merchant ves
sels, imports, exports, chief products, coins and
their value in gold, wcii?ht ami measures, rail
roads, telegraphs, capitols and principal cities,
together with number of inhabitants, etc.
The amcunt of interesting and noteworthy
facts condensed here iu so Mnall a compass is
almost incredible, and their arrangement on the
table, when this is mounted on two sides of a
sheet of card board, as dire 'ted, is moat con
venient for reference and comparison.
Jivery man of intelligence will welcome this
now practical aid to oar knowledge of tho
world's doings, and, wo have no doubt, will ac
cord it a prominent place near his writing 'desk.
A similar German production, edited by Dr.
Otto Hubuer, in Frankfort, and upon which
this is based, has run already through twenty
yeurly editions proof eviduut of its already
great practioal value. Too name of Prof,
bchein, tho Atuciican editor, is a stitiicietit
guarantee that tho work has boon done most
thoroughly and conseioutiously. Tho price of
the table is merely nominal 25cts. All news
and took-dealcr keep it fyr tuio.
I 1ST OF L12TT1SHS -IlKMAININC
A in the Post Office at Dallas, April 1st
Blanchard, S B Riggs, Miss E E
Benzer, F Kitpp, Jacob P
Moore, Jas F (2) Sebring, Wm
Mowery.Abe Stanley, Martha J (2)
Pirtle, B F Smoot Geo.
J. D.LEE, P.M.
As the result of an inactive t:ite of liver and
stomach, prndacing headache, obtuse intellect,
dullness, despondency, dementia.uad finalry in
sanity, is no uncommon occurrence. All these
disagreeable symptom and bad feelings are
most certainly dieoelled by the use of Dr.
Pierce' Gulden Medical Discovery. It revi
talises and builds up the whole system. A lit
tle book en Chronic Diseases sent free- Ad
dress R.V.Pierce, M. D., Buffalo, N'Y. Golden
Medioa' Discovery sold by all druggists.
Rome, March 31. A. special Con
vention was concluded ou the 20th lust,
between Russia and Ituly.
Negotiations with the Peninsula and
oriental Steamship Company for the es
tablishment of a line of steamers be
t wet u Italy and Aia are progressing to
a satisfactory conclusion,
Uerl'n. March 21. I'rince Freder
ick William leaves JJcrliu to-uight for
Iludcn, to visit Queen Victoria.
New Orleans, March 31. Mctamoras
news from Cotuargo to the 2Uth reports
Lien. I'revino at thut place preparing
iu conjunction wilh (Jeueral Qurcga, to
move to Metatnons with 2,000 men and
six batteries of artillery. Gen. Cortiuas,
after his defeat at Ruujueria, being un
able to reach Reyro.sa, attempted to join
the Government troops in the interior,
but with what success is unknown. The
rumored cajduie ol .General It icha by
R "jlutioiii-t near Za-utooj.", is fctill
Il.vana, March 31. The Spanish
t.amir lYrmdo arrived to-day from
Asjiiuwull and reports ail quiet there
I'uarro was watehuig the btueko .? mo
rn r Virinm-. Th. rumors of the x
i tefed lilit proved uuw invntud. 'i Ie
) "irgiuiu wus aoiiiiUs to escape.
! Kewer, Mareh3l. Xe .v 1) n b-.ton
j recii.vej here that the Meaner Virgin
j ii-.s MitCi if!ci iu ese.tt iug ffoui the bar-
i bor of A.-'i!i.v-li and is on her w.iv
i i. ...
on, March tl, The Pre'
i'leiit will to tiiorto'.v jend to the IIoU-m
il ! r - it.itiv( ;i r lily to residution J
iriil'rw t"..r itilof foati iii leiiUve to thi'
! 1 1 m:i v ictioji and st ntU'Ct" f Pr.
lloW.trd b tie S("at)ii!l jiU'bot if ii ;sf
C iha. 'i he iloeu;n-tirs re v.Mtt'iiiitous,
teititi'ui in lK:cembtr,l70, they d.ow
tiiueli intiTo-t o;j th.j art ofour (.lo
trriiU'eut in the matter, ar.J that i;ot;i
little deulty eailed . to deUtti.ii e
whether the Ih ctor was really a eitizc it
of the. United States or t.t, and that
our (ivivertiiiijrit has aked ftir, but not
yet receive 1, a cojiy ot the vruce .dintrs
of the Courtmurtial before whieh Dr.
IIo.vard ;s.s tried. The S;:uiili M it
i!er here .as tint t.t ii.J'n m f ion iVom
I'uba has been reeeuel. Howard did
not enter himself there as a foreigner
as reju:r:d by the bw of 1 w70. Tiiere
are, however, other ;.( rs ft tulit: t
.show his American citizenship, but it
is evident that the Secretary of State i
not entirely clear on that point. He
instructed our Charge d'Atfasr at Mad
rid to brin; this eae to the attention of
the SpanUh Governmerit and point tint
the fact that Howard U a native of the.
United Slates, and to remonstrate ; tint
the proceedings of the Spanish authori
ties in Cuba in his casa as a violation
of the treaty of P05 between the Uni
ted States and Spain, and to ukk for an
It is rumored amon politicians here
that Jutle Davis will not decline to run
a the Presidential candidate if he is
not endorsed by the Cincinnati Conven
tion. The Secretary of the Treasury has au
thorited the Assistant Treasurer at New
York to purchase $1,000,000 of bonds
on each Wedenesday aud to sell S1,000,
000 in gold on each Thursday during
the mouth of April
It is slated in official circles that when
General Sides' present leave of absence
shall expire ho will return to Madrid.
General Mtncry sent to the War De
partment a letter from Lieutenant and
Aid de-Camp King, dated New Orleans,
March 5th, saying that great lawless
ness exists throtigout the entire State of
Mississippi. It cannot all be ascribed
to Ku-Klux organizations. The ttial
of several prominent members of a gan-x
and the trrcst of several persons near
Corinth and their confinement in the
post guard house at Holly-Springs, has
done much toward their treneral disband
ment. Nevertheless, there is a bitter,
resentful spirit in every portion of the
Stac against the Federal Government.
There can be no doubt of the fact that
even when well supported by regular
troops tho authorities are defied and
their lives threatened by desperadoes
whom they are called upon constantly to
arrest. Messrs Perio and Shavvagins,
United States Marshals fo- the Northern
and Southern District ot Mississippi re
spectively, nnd Wiley Wells, District
Attorney, are given na authority for
statement;. General Kiiiery nslts for
another company of cavalry to be placed
on duty in Mississippi.
Tho Supreme Court will to-morrow j
render a decision a u tUfae coining uu-
dcr the Civil Righta law. The decisiou
in tho Utah case, involviag tho legality
of Judgo McKean's action in the draw
ing of jurors, will not be rendered until
New York, April 2. Professor
Morse died this evening at seven 6?clock
and thirty minutes.
Hartford, April 2. the Tevised table
of the Courant office with rctnrna from,
every town, give Jewell, 46.38G; Hub
ard; 44,44G, Gillette, 1.5(12 ; Harris,
384. Jewell's plurality, 1,910 major-'
ity over all, 300. The Senate stands
13 Republican and 6 Democrats. The
IIoue stands 131 Republicans and 110
Democrats. Republican majority on
joint ballot, 30. Last year it was 24.
yln the course of his address yesterday,
before a Committee of ,the Assembly,
Thiers defined the position of France!
toward the Spunish Crown. He dcj
clarnl that it was the iuteut of France':
to keep Aaindeus on the throue, because i
his overthrow would lead to a revival of
the candidatures of Montpenzier or the
Hohenzolern. The time is near when
tho inhab tints of Mull u e t : nd Alsace
must choohe a French or German na-!
tionality. It is said that nearly all arc
determined to adhere to the Freuch ua-ttouality.
Fi r Ibe ry t b-t prn) Jih j; to lirad
ley A. Rub ff.on'j Gull-ry witl...ut r.AIllS,
,rrr-ASl'KND IN TIIK KLKVATOR, 4-J
Mt. utguuit-ry, street, Frantlci..
REAL ESTATE DEALER,
Office, o. ;i I'Yunt Street,
UKL i:-"TTr: in 'his CITY and
i:ST POUTf.AXli i th tn-Mt d.ir;th!e bo
, ,.. ...M.ji,, ,.f LtTs If Al.F I'.l.tX KS
anl 11 LOCKS, lloHSKs and hToRJv.S; a! ,
IMI'UhVKI) V. RMS, and valuable
u'irulrUn'.-.t l..MS. located in ALL p-rts of
the cTATi: f.r .'ALL.
liV.Ms I'STATE bb.I otbrr Pr.-tnv
I ur h:f i for Corr" ...1 l.-tit. in thi riTV
n l throughout t!. STATK nd TKI. L I
TOHIKS, with -r.Mt er iaJ ot tha woft
A L V A X 1 A t ; Eo I S T L KM S.
HOt'lS ml STonTC? T.T-! AFKO,
L'NS Nl'tiiin.V'l Mil, atol fJ.tlMS up
ALL JUX.'l U'TI'J.VS r;;M!'t.V I'oJ.
LiVTl'li. Atel fj, ,.,r:!l FINANCIAL and
Aii KNOT !t'IWC.SS iriia-teJ..
AUKN'TS of n;- F!CK. in all tl,.
CITIKS sn.1 ToW.VS in t!.. ST ATI. wi!l
re. iv irf ?T)! arm u( FA I'M IMtOFl'ltTY
a;td fvrwrard lL iaino tn the ahy, e aUdrcs.
W io4o Wis 7
c 23 is a: n a
HOT TO CURE IT.
At the rommencement of the Purihf, wliSch
alwpjs jirccedc an a'ta-'k of the Chlra, ttke
a trnp'onful of Pain KiUorin sngar an 1 a
t?r, (hot if conrcnirnt.) and then bathe freely
the Mom rh and bowels witlr the l'iiin Killer
clear. , Should the diarrhe reramp continue
rtrat the !o?e every fen r fifteen minute un
til the patient relieved. In extrmie
twu or juiho teavpuonfulsi may be given at a
The Tain Killer, as a remedy, ha nr equal.
Inezes of Cholera. Summer Comrd.-tinta, lyg
pepjtia, Dynentery, Aothma it ruresi in one niifbt
by tkinjr it internnlly, and Hathin with it
freely. Ita action is like majic, when external
ly applied t Old Sores, Hum?, Scald, and
Sprain. For Hiek Headaeh and Toothache
don't fail to try it. In short, it is a Fais Kn.i-
Direetion accompany eaca Votte,
Tho Tain Killer is told ey all dealers in Med
icines. Friers 25 cent, 50 centsand $1 per bottle
The Tru tiroanda 1 Cunfidencc.
Whence comes that firm reliance, that abso
lute, undoubting faith in the efficacy of HoMct
ter's Stomach Hitters as a remedy for inilies
Hon. bilious disorders, intermittent and remit,
tent fevers, which notoriously prevail in all
parts of tho United States ? This confidence has
been growing for twenty years, and it is still x.
tending. It is not the result of credulity ; it
has not been engendered by any human device,
but is tho spontaneous and natuml consequence
of experience. U'hat 'people tee daily going n
under their own eyes they cannot question
When f onirics in unhealthy districts that re.or
to this wholesome, vegetable tonic, a$ a prcventa.
tivc, ocapo periodical fevers, nnTl their imme
diate -neighbors, who negloot thH precaution,
nro prostatcd by the disease, how is it pojsitde
that the phenomenon should bo without its les
son ? In like, innninr when it is seen that obsti
nate csisetf of dyspepsia, i f liver compiling of
constipation, of nervous wenkiies, and of gen
eral debility, yield to the operation of the ta
mous remedy, how can even incredulity itself
withhold its endorsement? F.yc witnesses of tie
salutary effects of tho Bitters are t bo found
in every civilized settlement on this continent.
Tho thousand upon thousands who owo their
restoration to health and strength, or their pres
ervati n from tiekness, to its extraordinary
medicinal properties, aro enthusiastic in Us
ptai-c. Tho multitudts who recoiuniend it in
a neighborly WMy to toeir friends and Hcqu.iint
ances, a well as thosu who make public their
tetiuialo of its viitucs, m always ready to
statu thvir reasons fur tho faith that is in thi-m.
They h.iyo all eithi r Iclt or witnessed its btuo
ticetit optra tit us.
Attorney fi Counsellor-At-Law,
Will pracUco Ja all tb Cvurti of the gtatc. 1
NEW AD VEUT1SEMENTS.
IV A T I O IV A IV
A MODEL C05IKEBC1A1, 'COLLEGE ! !
THE EDUCATION IO It TIIE TIM CS.
The 'Importance of a Practical Education
Was never more Apparent than Mow!
1 T IS UNIVERSALLY ACKNOWLEDGED
J. that as we grow in prosperity we gro'W more
practical, and that it is required of men tbat
they educate themselves practically educate
themselves in the best manner possible to meet
the demands of the times.
When Agesilaus,; King of Pparta, was afked
what things be thought most proper for boys to
learn he replied: Those things which they
fchould practice when they become men."
Deliver all things in number and weight,
and pet all in writing that thou gi vest ont or re
ceived in," is a precept of universal application ;
and there is a upecia! necessity fur its strict ob
servance in all business transactions. Young
men, tho futurn welfare of this Coa-t look to
YirU ! Are YOU prepared Co mtet its demands ?
A COURSE OF INSTRUCTION
to meet the
DEMAND ofTHE ACE !
The .most thorough, and comprehensive
COURFK OF BUSINESS TRAINING
ever introduced by tny
c o n M E IS C I A E
11 U S I X E S S C O L L E G ;,
TJIKORY AND PRACTICE,
by means of
HASKS JS1) JW SIX ESS OFFICES.
The Course is so arranged and Taojjht as to
cluLIj th Sta K-fiH t mafter it iu the
fcborUct i i:ue poiaiblo
Fach Studcttt, afft r pa?ing" through the
becoajes an actual
nuoK Ki:i:vi:i: axd mkiicuaxt
wb'T". in tb. spa-e of f . w WEEKS, be d)
t u u the tij iruuee of an ' ORDINARY LIFE
The TELEORA1MI DEPARTMENT is tK.w
fitted up with th Ih.M k, ii.ftrumcutf, and is iu
? ! ruiHiirnr order.
1 or FI LL INFORM ATION, send fer COL
LEGE I'AFE it. Address:
D.lliANCK A JAMES.
For tlan d, Oregon.
o. w. hob a nr.
J. W. HOB ACT.
SA toDZ11, HARNESS A:
North-Fast Corner of
Mala and Mill Streets. Dallas.
GEORGE W. H0BART & CO.
Will Maufrtrc and keep CONSTANTLY
ON HAND a large .ortmeiit of
SADDLERY, HARNESS, AND
Consisting of all the
Usually kept in a
FIRST CLASS SADDLERY SHOP,
All of which will be made ot
THE BEST MATERIAL.
Also. CARRlAdK TRIM MINO and UE
I'AllUNd doue ti ordt-r on the shortest
Call and exainire or Work before purchas
41-tf OEO. W. II0H ART A CO.
C. II. COX
Has on hand and for Sale, SADDLE
TREKS of all sir.es and the I est quality.
Shop near Wnyinire's Mill, Dlla, Oregon.
V. II. TEAS, iV lo.,
Va?;oii& Earrinc Makers'
MAIN STKEI2T, DALLAS
Are on hand with their WACOONS and BtJO
tllES at their old Stand this Spring ns usual,
and intend to sell them very chc.ip lot Cash;
tho Frices ranging from Jl.'IO to lS3.
They have also on hand for sale plenty of
wagon ir.au Vials. Hive htm a call and see them
All kinds of work iu their line done to order.
Ail kind? of !llurk.mihi! done it short
notice., and in workmanlike manner. Horse
Shoeing $2 60, cash down.
Thankful for pos-t patronage they rcliiit
continuance of tho rattle.
If Dallaf, May 5, 1871.
The City Hoof SroitE has long been Head
quarters f r tho St.tto of TuutEtM Cklk
puatki Roots, of whivh I have Kxclnnivc
Sale. Parties aio cautioned to exatuii.e and
find my name on them, ns tho country is
Hooded With a H.ttten liaut, in imitation of tho
genuine article. .Very pair of Tli rel's Roots
sold at my establishment is guaranteed to give
Rkm i: mh mt that tho above houso sells no
buff or split go lds. No shoddy palmed off
upon his eustomeis for a superior article ol
French Cnlf. All rips, returned in a reason
able time, repaired free ot charge.
37. tf J. V. (JIL15KRT, Saltm.
WOOD ! WOOL ! WOOL!
mm: iiniiiKsr cash fiuch raid for
1 Wool, by ALBERT O. YATES.
Office iu Dallas, :.f
NE IV AD VEiiTliSEME TS.
Every, year increases'tlife djiularity
of tHis valaablo Hair Preparation;
which is due to merit alone. 'VVe caii
assure our old patrons that it is kept
Tally op to its high standard; and it
-is the only reliable and perfected prep
aration for restoring Gray oe Faded
Hair to its youthfarcolor, making it
soft, lustrous, and silken. The scalp,
by its use, becomes white arid clean.
It removes all eruptions andlandrufl
and, by its tonic properties, yt even t
the hair from falling out, as it stimti
latcs and nourishes the hair-glands.
By its use, the hair grows thicker anil
stronger. In baldness, it restores the
capillary glands to their normal vigor,
and will create a nw growth, except
in extreme old age. It is the most
economical Hair Dressing ever used,
as it requires fewer applications, and
gives the hair a splendid, glossY ap
pearancc. A. A. Ilayes, 3LDn State
Assayer of Massachusetts, says, 44 Thfc j
constituents are pure, and carefully
selected for excellent ouality ; and I
consider it the Best Prepajbatioic
for its intended purposes.''
Sold by all Drugijittt, and Dealcri in Jledieimm,
5?rico One Dollatv
POB THE WHISKERS.
As our Ilcnewer in many cases re
quires too long a time, and too much
care, to restore gray or faded 'tVhisk
ers, we have prepared this dye, in ons
preparation; which Will quiekly ani
ellectually accomplish this result. It
Is easily applied, and produces a color
which will neither rub nor wash otX
Sold by all Druggists. Price Fifty
Cents. Manufactured !y "ft. P. HAUL & CO
K ASHTJA, N JL
Ayer's Cathartic Pills
For all tho purposes of I&xatirt
rcrnaps no one medi
cine is to urfreruUly re
quired by everybody m
a eatharttc, nor was erer
any before ao universal
ly adopted into nae, ia
every couutryand anonf
ail classes, a tha mild
but efficient purgratire
J'ilt. The obvious res
eon is, that it is a more r-
"rZV y--'S lia,ile n1 rarinoreenec
ttWfr tual remedy . thaa any
otner. inose wno nare
tried It, know thai it enretl tlrem; tlioeewho have
atuL, know tfcU U eunu t Mi r ttcticli lxr AI WeoUs,
ant all know that wltat it does once it does at way
Ui.it it never fail- UirougU any fault or ncglecto'f
hi coniito.-ition. We hare thou4anU upoa tiioo
fs.tndi orcortiUcates of their remarkable cure of the
f.)IIoriu? complaints, but such cures are known 1&
everv nci.i(hboruood, and we neel not publish themw
Adapte 1 t- all ages aud conditions in all climates;
cum.iinin neither calomel or any deleterious druf,
tl(n may be taken with safety by anybody. Their
sufir eoating presctve them ever fresh and makes
ihe.n pU.vaut to t ike, while Wing pnrely vcrckbl
no harm can arise from their ue in any quantity.
They operate bv their powerful influence on the
Internal viscera to pttrifv tho blocxl and atiraalate ii
into heilthy a rtiun rc.hve the obstructions of the
stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of th
body, rctorinj? their irregrnlar action to health, and
bv con-emus, wherercr they exist, such derange
nients as are the Urst orim of disease.
Minute directions aro jriven ia the wrapper ou
the box, f r tho foil jwia complaints whieu these .
Vills mp'uHv enre"-
For yjteiMla or adltloa,
aess, Laaxasr and & ef lppt
hoHlJ bo taken moderately to stimulate tho fttom
ach and re-tore its healthy tone and action.
For tlvrr ConspltalMC and its various symp
toms, ISilious IloiaJaclap, Mick llrltach
JtsuNdlc or Urrn lckes, Illllost
Colic and Ilillous JFvers, they should be
tlicioasl v taken for each case, to correct the diseased
action or remove the obstructions which cause it.
For I5yet mry or Ilirrbceia, but oue mill
doso is irenerallv required. '
For Ithoumatlam, Ciont, Gravel. Palftl
tatloa of tkD llearC, lala la tlta
Hark ami JLotaa, they should be continiiouslr
taken, as reinireii, to change the diseased action o'f
tha y.stem. WiUt euca change tfioao coiuplaiuts
For Ilroisyand 1roMlral ffwe11la(t tey
shouM be tiWcu in larjro nud freiueat doses to pre
dace the effect of a drastic purfffs
For upjrla a lire lose should le taken
as it produces the !eire 1 erfect bv sympathv.
As a Dinner Vi(l. take one or two I'M to pre
mote digestion and relieve the stomach.
An ceasio:ial los stiuuilntes tho rtomfp-h and
bowels into healthy action, restores the appetite
and invigorates the system. li?nee it is often ach
vantajceotM where no serious derangement exists
One who feels tolorablv well, often finds thatadosd
of these Pill makes him ftol deeideilly better, frort
their cleaniti aud rcuovatiu effect ou the dijfcr
1R. J. C. AYER Jt CO., Vractlcitt Chemists
LOWELL. MASSsy V, 8. A
Will sew everything ufteded ia a family, froqi
tho heaviest te the lightest fahria
T JDOES MORE WOItK,
moms hinds of vomr,
ASO ltTTER AVOKir
Than any other machine.
If there is a Florence Seeing M
fchine within one thousand miles ot
San Francisco not working well And
giving entire witisfaction, if I am in
formed of it, it will be attended to
without expense of any kind to the)
SAMUEL HILL, Agent
19 New Montgomery Street
fcirand Hotel Building, San Francisco.
Send for Clrtufar ami saiAptem of
th0 work Active AffeM iehfel ii