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NOMINATIONS FOIt 1872.
U. S. GRANT.
At tLMeacbam, of Umatilla Comity,
W. D. Hate of Washington County
tit. F. Gazley, of DouglaB County.
jocsru o. wilsckv,
Of Wasco County.
31 A w fc U. Humphrey Linn.
b!e ToWltfee f the two contending parties
Will discuss foo political issues of the day at
bo foHng times and places ;
Wlas . May 2 1st
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State Democratic Record
How !i You Like ltf
It has been guilty of favoritism in
giving 8200,000'to a favorite " company
for building trie canal' arid locks at
Oregon City, when another company
offered to do it for $125,000.
It has favored monopolies ia passing
a Swamp Land Law in such a manner
ma to give a few land grabbers an op
portnnity to gobble np the entire tract.
It has passed a Litigant Law which
support! Democratic newspapers in af
fluence, at the expense of persons who
are leaki able to stand it, by allowing
nch papers to charge more than double
the usual rates for such advertising.
It 1)33 spent thousands of dollars of
the people's money for an Investigating
Commission,' to examine the records of
the Republican party of the State, in
order tb prove the Republican party
guiliy of swindling the people, and upon
imaginary 'charges had Sam May ar
rested and brought from Salt Iake un
der'indi'ctments' for larceny amounting
inal'i to over $14,000.' These indict
ments were all quashed by the Courts,
mrir), instead of letting May return to
his business, it put the people to still I
further expense by swearing out other j
inrlintmonta in th.A tnsto-ntflmnf. Jinui'irir
' '. e . ".. : !
oi vpiiv. linus showing that they j
were determined to vent their spite let
the copseqiicnce be what it would.
It has cteatcd new offices of State, at
good salaries, simply to fill the pockets
of party favorites.
It ids pardoned convicts from the
Penitentiary, and turned them loose
among the good people of our State
only because they were party pets.
It 'has availed itself of every oppor
tunity to evince its utter abhorrence of
justice where a Itepubliean was pitted
against a Democrat, as was evidenced
in the case of jClarke vs. Watkinds.
And now it is trying to blind the
eyes of the people to the enormity of
its' crimes, by sending its' etui? snries
over the State to Rinooth over its record,
to induce the honest voters of this State
to perpetuate this party in power, and
send jGrovcr to the United gtates Sen-
sWikTll? Get the Loaves and
Fishes t Ilorace Greeley is now be-
ore the country as a nominee for the
Presidency. That he cannot he
elected without the combined efforts of
both jOomocrats and so-called Liberal
Republicans is evident. That the lead
ers of the Democracy will not support
-htm without a guarantee that they get
good phare of the appointments, is
veil understood. I'hat the liberal lie-
; publicans wiu not rally to his sitanaara
without some such guarantee is equally
evident, What is Greeley t do; prora-
ise both f This may do if he can act his
part well enough before the election, to
tnake each party believe that ho is going
to give them all. In case fie is unable
to act this role successfully his hopes
re vain, or, takiug an improbable sup
poeition, suppose he elected, who'll get
the loaves and fishes? v
Greeley's next work will evidently be
relating what he knows about ''beats."
The Lock Swindle.
This little item of Democratic legist
lation is attracting much attention at
present, and well it may. The Locks
are being constructed, the canal dug,
and everything seems to be moving for
ward like clock-work toward comple
tion. All at once, however, it is dis
covered that the company is supplying
large quantities of lumber, and the sup
position is that it is to be used in con
struction of theno works. Wheu the
contract was first let it was paid by the
Democratic press that the reason the
present company got the coutiact, in
preference to the P. T. Company, was
that the latter company would ouly
build on. tb3 cast side of the river, and
would use large quantities of wood in
their construction. To the first, there
Could be no reasonable objection. It
the farmer wished to take his produce
and go to Portland, it would make no
differenee on which side of the river he
went through the falls. The people
wanted tue navigation ot ttio river
opened and were willing to pay a reas
onable price for such opening, but it
the question had been put to them, we
opine the answer would have been a
perfect indifference as to which side ol
the river they passed. The other reason
for. letting the contract to the present
company was, that they proposed to
construct the works of " stone, ccineut
andiron;" while the I. T. Company
included the word "wood" in their bid.
The readiug of the law, as may be seen
by reference to the bill which passed
the Legislature, is, that the works shall
be constructed ihiejly of stone, cerueut
and iron. This leaves the company at
liberty to use a large amount of wo.d in
their work, and yet come within the
strict confines of the law. The com
pany knew full well the latitude al
lowed them by law, and now .e:m dis
posed, if we may judge by indications
to take all advantage of the license.
Try as they may, the Democratic press
eanuot make the people see it in any
other light than that ihoy have been
swindled by this transaction, both as re
gards the works, and the price to be al
lowed for the passage of freight . the
1. T. Company proposing to pa.s freight
through for twenty cents per ton, while
the prescut company are allowed fifty
Fourth of 4 uly.
The Good Templars of Salem are
preparing to have a mammoth celebra
tion on the coming Fourth of July. The
growing interest manifested tn this
h:n induced the friends of the
Order to take this step and every one is
expected to do the best they can to
make the occasion one long to be remembered-
The Mercury t in speaking
of this matter, says :
" It is expected toburn more powder,
have a finer display of fire-works, big
ger bon-fires, better nnih gayer ban
ners, finer speaking, taller dinners, and
more interesting exercises generally,
than have ever before been attempted
in any town or city in the beautiful
valley of the 'Willamette,"
The following Committees have been
appointed, who will arrange programme,
etc., which will be announced in due
Committee cf Armugcmenti Messrs.
Syl. C. Simpson, Tillmon Ford and L,
Cw millet on Ground. Messrs..!.
D. MeCurdy, JasJ Coffey and .). L.
' Commit Ire on Finance. Messrs. .T.
D.McCtane.C. M. Miller, and C. O.
Committee on Public Exercises.
Messrs. T. II Cann, J. M. Garrison,
and M. M. Milbr.
CQtnmitlee on Printing. Messrs. L
L. llogers, S. M. Cook, J. Quiuu Thorn
ton. Committee on Music. Messrs. M.
L. Chamberlain, L. Loughary, Misses
Kllen Chamberlain, Gertrudo Moores,
and Angie Ford.
Mr Helm stated in his speech hero,
that the P. T. Company included the
word "slide" in their description of the
works to be built at Oregon City. The
tvlinlo thinf looks liko a slide." To
slide it from one company into the
hands of of another, which hap
pened to be a favorite, at a cpst of $7V
000, on the work, and thirty cents ex
tra per ton on running frtight, is rather
a heavy slide, we should say. " i
So far as known by tho Navy Depart
ment, ths recent rumors of a disaster
having befallen Captain Hall's Arctic
expedition are entirely without founda
W hy la ItJ
fit is unfortunately truo that since
Grant has been President, this Opv-
ernmenthas become the lauahing stock
i. .,. i .... n i
oi civuizea men." Mercury.
If this be truo, why 'is it that
land is so seriously canvassing the
propriety of paying the consequential
damages presented by the American
Commissioners 1 If our Government
U such a laughing stock, why do0s not
Great Dritain refuse to pay thesej dam
ages, and faugh at tin United States
for presenting them ?
If this bo true, why is it that the
most iufluential powers of the world,
powers that have always treated the
United States with indifference, are
now willing and anxious to form treaties
conferring upon each nation thoj bene
fits of commercial intercourse ? J
Wfhy was it that France withdrew her
forces from Mexico at the slightest
hint that our Government would not
permit Mexico to bo overrun, and Max-
imillian established upon a throne on
North American soil ?
Why was it that the Spanish author
Hies in Cuba faltered in their course,
when defied by the American Consul
to shoot through the American flag nt
persons already arraigned for execution?
Why is it that thousands of foreign
crs are flocking to our shores monthly,
to avail themselves of the advantages
offered by our form of Government, as
well as our soil and climate?
Why is it that Canada is so anxious
to unite her destiny with thaj of the
United State?, waiting only fur our na
tional debt to he paid before they ap
ply for the annexation ?
Why all these favorable signs, and
scores of others which might lie named,
if America is such a latihinf stock as
the Marmaduke of the Mercery would
attempt to kiddy trie jeopldiuto be-
The truth is, never since t
of the United States first clinnenm1,
has the Government stood better in the
eyes of the world, and sopVims and
assertions of the Democratic press c n-
not mnke the people of the country tce
it in any other light.
Sw'EtfTN Wastkw The young
" Lion" from the jangles of ltnn gave
us a " roaring" la.-t MonI.iv. The
crowd which turned outj to hear
him numbered twenty-six all toid, souse
staunch KepublicanH anions the number.
The speaker Kiid, ' duubtlesjt the rea
son no more had turned tjut to hear
l.im, was, that the community haJ been
bored with public speaking.j' Speaker
looked like he was too. j He didn't
feci like making a speech. "-f-We didn't
wonder at it. " lie would, however,
talk a little while," whichjhc did, and
left. It was refreshing to he.r him
talk after being bored by such speakers
as Durnett and G rover, yet his speech
was mjific, and so few there to hear it
that it was pweetnrs wasted.
i The Pittsburg Gozttte (saya : " Mr.
Greeley will bo known "to hi.-tory as the
great American co operator He co
operated with the South to dissolve tho
Union; with the rebels, to win Dull
llun ; with Lincoln, to take Richmond;
with ('base, to beat Lincoln ; with Jell.
Iavis, to escape punishment; with
Tammany, to, isrve Oakuy Hall ; with
American manufacturers, to secure
protection ; with free-traders to ruin
American manufacturers ; with Trum
bu'l, against the Republicans. He is
now co operating with the; Democrats to
beat Grant,and by July will probably be
co operating with (Jrant to beat the
Democrat. Great is Greeley, of the
K VI hence. Lat Sunday as Mr. M
D. Lewis was driving a Valuable horse
and sulky across a bridge near Bridge
port, in this county, the bridge broke
down,hurting tho driver somewhat, ins
juring the horse severely, aud breaking
the sulky. We understand a bill is to
be presented to the County. This sub
stantiates what we said last week about
our bridges not befngj safe. . Many
others will bo injured and bills brought
in for damages unless these matters are
quickly attended to.
FlUE IN CORVALLlA. Just as W0
go o press we learn that a destructive
firo occurred in Corvajlb, Wednesday
night, which destroyed an entire block
in the business part oi town. The fire
is said to havo originated in a beer sa
loon. We have not been able to learn
who aro losers by tho casualty, nor the
extent oi the loss.
Gleaning from State ExchangeeI
Portland is to have City Gardens.
The Santiam Lead andiron mines
give rich promises.
The Oregon City Free School num
bers 300 pupils.
The Taylor family are amusing the
citizens of Lafayette.
The West Side denies that Yamhill is
infested with Caterpillars.
Miss Anna 3Iehlig, the celebrated
pianist is to visit Portland soon.
Caterpillars are doing much damage
in Denton county, so says tho Democrat.
Twenty five hundred acres of flax seed
have been sown in the State this year.
The Oregon & California 'Railroad is
completed to lvstcs' forty miles south of
The Columbia river is lower than it
has been at this season of the year for
Dr. Renfrew an old and respected
citizen of Kugene, has been sent to the
The Kra says the late frosts have
killed the fruit in the vicinity ot East
The Courier says that swarms of Cana
ry birds, wild and free are in and about
Attorney-General Williams will ad
dress the people at S ilem, next Satur
day. Parties near Salem have made liberal
offers of land, for the eretti r of a deaf
The Mercury says the two saw mills
of Salem will cut 3)U0,UU0 feet of lum
ber this seasou.
The Linn Co. Democracy have nomi
nated a man who can't write to repre
sent them in the Legislatuie.
The V.nlktln states that the N. P. R
R Co. have .-eeored the controlling in
terest in the O S X. C.
Mr;?. M. M Miller has been compelled
to potpnno her trip to lvt.-tcrn On -gou,
on account of her mothers health.
The Jacksonvil'e Sentinel has infor
matioii that no danger need be apple
fu nded !nm the M l e Indians.
Salem i rai-ing a fund t induce tin
Meat TeUil erauce It etui er J . l. (iuuh.
to visit S.ilem the fourth 1 July.
A lot nf (ahmre $'Mt tv.il ha
been shipped from St!emf P;ih-. 'I he
first shipment f this kind hum Orc-
Jotcph Adktn-', of Salem, had the
I riirht Side of h"t4 f-iey p:u lZed l.i-t
J m i ii .. . .. . . . ... e l. ,
.Uuii'j.'y. lie vi- f t'i n ,-
Mr. En hart informs th: S.' i.'r??ti
that several fiiniiies fioio lilu.ois nod
hid ..n-i ill migrate to Oiegon thi
Spring. The ceremony of la) ing the e rn r
stone of the t'uth die Aea'eniy, in Sa lem,
i said to have been very interest
Mr. Hunker, living nrnr Cornelius
has lot quite a number t sheep lately
lie finds them with their throats e'j'.
and no other mark! ;ibout them.
A gentleman from Three Mi'e (Treek
Wasc county informs the Oregon inn
that snow lav on tiie ground in that
vicinity, last winter for a period of nine
weeks. More snow fell than has been
known for several winters.
Tho Ortgoninn says : Portland is at j res
ent enjoying a season of unprecedent
ed morality. There are now confined
in the county Jail only seven criminals,
nearly all ot whom are held for trivial
offenses. This is unparalleled in the
memory of the 4 olden inhabitant.' "
The following is the Republican tick
et ot Multnomah county, nominated last
Saturday ; Senator, J. N. Dolph : Rep
resentatives, J. R.'Congle, J. D. Riles
J. F .Caples, and S. Hirsch; Sheriff, J.
M. Caywood ; Clerk, W. II . Harris;
Treasurer, Win. Masters ; Assessor,
John Duncan : Commissioners, Messrs.
MeCormick and Silver; School Super
intendent, Mr. Elliot; Coroner, D. J.
Dryer ; Surgeon, G W. Rurroughs.
Two hundred pounds of Nehalem sil
ver ore has been sent to San Francisco
to be assayed. The miners ol that dis
trict aro jubilant with their prospect
The Re publicans of Umatilla county
havo nominated the following ticket :
Representatives, A. R. Meaclfem and
Augustus Mallory; -County Judge, J.
S. White; County Commissioners, G.
Rees and I. O. Thompson ; Sheriff, J.
P. Rushee; Clerk, J. Dean ; Treas , L.
Livcrmore ; Assessor, A. G. Tagor ;
School Superintendant, John Pruett,
Surveyor, J H. Sharon; Coroner, J.
D. D. Garrisson writes to the Salem
Farmer from Arizona as follows : ' This
is one of the poorest farming countries
we have ever been in since I entered
the United States service. There is
nothing but stings of tho worst class tnd
thorns on almost every tree, and even
on the grass. There is little of the
Rctto valley that ts worth a sixpence.
In Tucson the Capital of the Territory,
there are not two hundred whito people
ouly the military officers and troops.
You would be surprised to see what they
call a farm hero. They have to irrigate
all tho land in this section to raiso grain,
and the farming ia carried on by Mcxi.
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1M ) UTI, V N I ) I H S I N liSS I) I It I3C TO It Y
Published by L. Samuel,
General Advertising AgU. 93 Front si,
ers of Fancy floodg, Toya, Crockery, etc., etc,
VBtor iiouxe, Jj'irBt t. Hot Oak k Pine. Ev
frything newt U. Longfellow Proprietor.
Agents for il a bio. ToM, aid Co'g culd raleJ
Iviion, BlakcMitn. Taylor A Go's School Hooka
Jimt I'uhl'mhtd, (t full Hue uf Ljnl liloiiki fur
l Inn Hifte.
iriaan, the only direct importer of Clotbing
Ac, cor. Front & Was'iinsrton ircvl.
OUa.H. CJ. IJsti'i'ett,
Rooltscllcr & .Stationer,
LAItflEST STOCK IN PORTLAND.
AV. 79 Froht mid X. H Vnhiiiitm tttrtrt.
jjV LCK, W jTTilTM'TON, t TJ i rout ut,
ImporUri ail Dealer in
lUXS, ItII-M:S Al IU:V()LVHIt
of fTcrv ijfscriritioi).
Fishing TckIi-,Faruy Ooods, H. nih?,Bir.l cages
UitrketK, Oofji'i t iatn s,nl baby carriages
Agents for the California Powder Work?," alf
for the '-Wheeler Wilson hewing mahmen.
IH c k, John A. l'2'J Front n. practical Wateh-
in:ker .1 Jeweler. Work t"iie fur the Trado
k(JOIv AS It JtllS I'KIAlfcKS.
IP flAtrill'.I.IMIIt. !).t Fn.ut Stmt.
If ntiaiii A Kt inliart, In. et, tet. Oak Jt Pine,
g f im'trs of Stof'H Banger, Kitchen I'tenVU.
Ji ut'tiunaii, U . A ., ts. w. cor. first & luyior i
Chrai-it FurniturB Ihue in Portland.
M lurhv lleit.K-rftoii ,t mik, .1 4M l rl ."u
lt-al-r in !ry (. Fancy MilliuVry, c.
(I0L11 tt Bo.vu.hYM. l.V Fr -rtt ft. t'omiatxcioit
J Merchant A di-'lrm iiiO g" A t'al. l'ruluc
A otitic, J. It. in mi. A iKulcr hi ai iter, llar
Jnt'!'i', A J-adtJlciy I! ar l are, Front ft.
4 lurru-r, W. A Co., 10;5 Front t. Merebant
Taiiorx a 'lothier. Mat. Furriibing gmid..
yel.a.-iiiiiutl k Uattnaii, '.'2 Front kI. tical
tat Agetit-, money loaned, hou ? rented.
I VI A I ; C7 il ooTtard & Co
XT ,,-iI Front Ktrctt.
y i .i..- I c. 11. ooUitra .ti Co.
101 Front Street,
UMim licin any portion of the State or Territa-rii-s
frel'n'lv iiiiei by in --tit "r -X!.r-.
t.i Utl. ' V U r it, ill X t. 11. 1 Ulhl.i.t- .l.i'l W.tr
J -xt tl'-'ir.- --t - re from l.Jl t J:;" l ut, M.
j nij-i' ijivit At u'-y. Wit Uv rail x lioaiiii.11,
I J f-i-t tt. t (iri(h nii i. in i-i oj lit! ft.
2 " -M- 1- '-- .!.4ti'!.r in K-HM-Si.- P,..i"
M.t i.i--n j.nt ry .-t;i-o. 1 .,r. j-ji-S .v 'ii'm
H l 1 fi t !! I f, .. ! Him-fti? iti'r h.;itl
iiM.vi A H -i t t i -, l't- . l'll-t A ...-n it rm.
! ui r A Main.!, t'i' il.irg l'urii'g 'it.o U.
fj r Ir., iKntift. t:';.-. , N lu I u u"s
L Bl k. e-i . r 11 rt ai.i W.t.-i,tt.g f' r.
0 1 ill A St-t.-i. '. ' at i ", 7 Fitet yt. Iu-hSvI!- in
H l.;.t,fc. MulV-lHM, A MuMt'tii Il,.irt;t;i:lit.-.
Tic Iarpct Mimic iUnt ti the Ca..L
, STICIN i'AV PI AN J, BJRDETT ORGANS
, L. .' I A X. .Manner.
sou: a?;i;nc i-tis i s i :
' - A giT ' iM'.l'l'l""'
:nkt' A Hi ttif. 1 r.i t'i . itii'l iJi-a't-r-i in
nil k in l !i m il. cr 2 irt and M-iin .t..
9 ,m,I .it 1 r. I: I ;:i St.. nnrorlvr ai'd
it ;i t !' Ui ; ! K.ilit'V. iootj.-, Miiilllt rt.
. 1 1. . . 1. 11 , l'ii. t i'rii',iiu' Artitt. f. w: cr.
i rt . M t-;-. ti t't.itdV li-t. irt-i-;tv.
a nf i.M-i.. n. .. . a i '., ii1'.1 tiii.-i. Miiiiii-
;,i.-r ; i"t tU 'iti. i( .( ii". Walfhi.ii Xc.
I'.i iii i i I... '. riitns ; ., w ti ! . i ie ttf iiit-r
in (irit ii 'S. 1 i r , Vain Materials, Ac.
R J ..-U-f. C.iU i. A C'o , Vt Front St.. wh-.Uatc
g lU-au-r& ia htll'S I'atiii.. Oi',. tl'as.l. .If.
C g d" Ti r ? S. wi: g Machine, ftraig'.it
I 1 V.ViTfi M i ncidlc." hick !itteh. Cm
jit uii'u c!iiiii'i..l M. F Tr;vor. 112 Front t.
11 ru re 11 A Mtu. iu i , ,. loo IT- i irt t,
I HtjtorN-rs 1 urrtiturt.- Ileilding ic.
iiii riiiitiuiia! 11 .ivi.cor. 1-roiit . Morri..ou st
M. Buleldi. I'r. Free Int.-xattciidsi s!eaiiuri.
- ..I,., f r '.. VI l.-.,r, .t lil..t.l, ilthl
. t.lfll, M .it ..., 1 , 1 "i-i t , " i "'v. .. !
retail dcl'r Fine t'h. thing. Fnrn'g Jo F-.
Maifon licrec ;.-t;iurant . ytl ate roninn tor
Fatnihcs, cor 1st A Fine .-ts. 1). Voo? Pr.
artin, E. and ('. dealers in Wine? and Li
fii r.. O. S. N. Co" Block, and San Fran
vier A -tiiiicvr. HI Front St., whoie.-aio
and retail t'onfeetioner?.
Milter, .Ji-nn B., tM Fir.-t t. Wutclnnaker
and Jeweler, offers t the public a fiuo
assortment of Watebss. Clocks and Jewelry .
oeiu-r. x k ., Front near C. ft, dealer m
native nnd forei-rn Wines anl Linuor.
oiiiuu, 1.. llaiMMaie, 1 ron, mwi, linos
Spoke, Hardwood Lumber, Ac, Portland.
ccidt-utal Hotel, corner of l'irs t A Morrison
trcct. South Cook Proprietor.
yaii't.-n, V iimuiJ-A Vjmi nuil, neat bMaie Agl.
Jl Front St. bet Alder A Washington.
j 1 1 oto . it A c c ; 0 i 1 cf v CuT-
warl A Co., llll Front Street.
) ice, J. M. 127 Front street, wholesale deal
,er in Tin ware and stuvos.
ichter, Paul 1U5 First street itnpt'rof Ber
lin wooden carving parlor ornaments. Ac.
) idcr, (1. C. Heal Estate and Money Broker,
, V2 rront struct, Portland.
I nsenhaum, I. S. A Co., Tobacconists, im
J.Vporter ot Foreign and Donieslic Liijuors.
1 uss House. Front st. On First Class Prin
s ciple. Thomas Ityan Proprietor.
Sherlock, S. '1 From k 02 virst ts. dealer
k'11 Harncp A Saddlery, A Saddlery ware.
noon, o., o croii L ei., dea!eruTl3onr,Sasb
kj and Blind. Window and PtAto ttta&t.
O insheimer, II. 157 First nt. imp'ter of r i'Tan
kj Organ, Sheet Music, Musical Instruments.
J TON II, II. JL., No. till I'ront street.
OW'atchniakar and Manufacturing Jeweler, is
Hppointcd Agent for Waltham, Elgin, K. How
ard ACo. Cbas. K.tJncot and California Watch as
rU. for all tho production and imports of tho
California Jewelry Company, San Francisco.
Send for circular. Watchoa repaired tn tho very
best manner, W A Kit AN TED to give satisfac n
Skidmoro.R. O., 123 1st ft. Druggist Apotbo
cary. Perfumery and Toilet articloa.
ri now Roos, n Firnt Pfetoreff, frame
Moldincs. art materials drawing inrtrom'ta.
ii mith, Put., Broker, SO Front st. Dealer in
O Legal Tenders, Gor. Bonds and Gold Dust.
S'mithDavisTl Front ft. wboleale, Drugi
Paint, Oils, Window fllaf, etc.
ritrrv T?rn 1ST... 17S First etreet. mannfart'ra
X a"' dealers in Furniture, Bedling Ac.
FTpbe Clothing Stre, 113 Front t, Clothing,
X Fo'ng good BootaShoea. llarrig k Prager.
rilottlc, II. H. 112144 Front treet. Dealer in
JL Wajrona an Agricultural iianlement.
lyne E. D. n w c .r. lei Oak ta. dealer in
A' IM vw m c v w vw.
fino Brandies, Wines. Eng. Ale Porter.
Fllyler J. A 117 Front ft. wiiuicnaiw dealer in
r A. . ti .
JJutlcr, Kgttf, Cbeewe. uaru, u aeon etc.
llliams & .Myers, b Central Block Front
rt., Coramifion Merchant deal' in or'd f
naOey t Fcetieiuier, Aitornej auu Dvno-
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REAL FSTATE & GEKRI AGEMT,
" UEPU KMC A X V IWV1 C
Sjrtjcial attention given to Sale or Purchase off
Ileal Kitate, Collection of Claims, Ac.
Agent Urjon Mutual Life Insurance Co.
fllEX ACRES OF LAND, witb good IIoaa
X and Barn, all fenced and under good Im
pruvement, situated in the Town of Dalian,
Ptlk County, ajj ejtraordinary opportuniiy.
mwo IlUXDhED AND FORTY SLX
' Acre, of Lnd oia Mile North f Eofa,
Polk County, good JIoue, gol Duuhlo Barn,
an 1 other Br.il linrsl All anderfence, with fiu
Orchard, and in hij;b ttato of cultivation.
1 HOUSE AND LOT IN CENTRAL
V Salem, neir the two Central S-hool
House. The House contains Eight Rooms,
all Plastered, witb Hard Finish, Barn, Wood
House, and all convenience! to uak it
4 FARM OF IfiO ACRES. 23 ACRES IN
i. cultivation, 1ft acre of fall wheat, 5 acres
of luctd .w, goo 1 on-hard, and well fupplieJ
wish Wiiir. Situ jted three iirile iouihwait o
Simpson's br? !ge "n BJ Luekianiute. For aala
at a b.irgulii if sihi Stoin.
1 FINE MIL"!. SITE IN SOUTH SALEM,
j on Wiilam-tte 'Slough. A block of Sis
I, its, enclosed with Board Ftuce, good House,
VC.OOD STOCK FARM. CONTAINING
4-0 Acre. JIf.i-c two Barns',
i-;;a'-5. .Ic. M'n.it.-d on Fpptr SaI, Creek, J
:;,lk. fit lit Dallas.
4 FA KM OiNTATNIN'I. 2; ACRES. 10t)
i acre n ier f Ct sK-re undr tho
;.. 'v : g o I lluf. U.i r ti. and fine Orchard
-i!uii;.i 1 mile, vivjtt d Da la.
I 'pilHEK I! !"NDB Kl AN I SIXTY ACUKS
2 t f F:) I, -.'" in-re- nndvr fenre, 2- acre
'-ai'i v.itcf. srttd Fj h.irn, with lumber for
tioi-c, j-tid ir hiid, living w.iter near all tho
car r mud. "J mile 'ith-wext of Simpson
Uridgr, Big Lu ki-irmitf.
tjoou nrsiXEs.s location at
iii-ua Vista, Polk county, Wan-boii-
with e:ta iv tHj'i-'f) bu-hcl ; tr.itle already
r-tahlithed wi'h tl.e interior, a-nd .connection
with tht WUbtMiette Transportation Cuipany.
J.ntd dwt liing h use, aiol everything ready tor
i-eiinatioti. A splendid tjciiing for business.
F-r iie vbecp.
VPLHNDIIF.RM ADJOINING DAL
las. fto-l ll-oie. Barn, nl thr Build
ing Minuted in Town. Two hundred wl
forty f ur aer-.s. ne hundred acre good plow
!and. ten acre of FaU Vrhtut, a!xnt sixty acre
ready plo?., and evfrything in tine condition
( r lartnitig. Call nn II- McCarter, on (bo
promi-os, or tbeuu Icrsigned.
V tlOOD D.IKY RANCH ON NETARJS
Bay. capable of sustaining one hundred
Cos, with ail the neressary appirrtctiance for
Dairying. A splendid chance i here offer it
for any one wi-hVug to engage in this business',
as everything is ready to iiand for carrying;
' A FARM. ONE AND ONE HALF MILES
2, Northeast of pa 11 a. House, barn and
ordia'-d j Two hrr-dred and forty acres, all
under fence j Forty acres under the plow. A
good opportunity for any oiie wishing a fino
fEVvVO AND A QUARTER ACRES 0E
land in the town of Bethel. House, barn,
workshop, and giwd orchard. A go'wl chance
for any wagonmaker. who wishes to localo
where work of that kind is pleuty.
VOOOD COMFORTABLE HOUSE AND
Barn, with plenty of'fire-nood convenient.
Siiuato about two miles aontb-west f Dallas.
For Particulars enuirf of R. II, Tyson,
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFLLT
calls the attrntion of Mechanics and Buird
CTs to the fact that they have refilled their Mill
on tho Little Luckiamute, and are now prep-iretl
to furnish lumber nt tho lowost CASH PRICES,
and in quantity and quality to nuit. Having
latter facilities than any other Mil) in the coun
ty for tbo maufacture of a
of LUMBER, it is our Intention at an earlj
day to add to the Mill an A No 1 1 '
UATCUKK AND PLANER :P
After which time wo w'UV bo prcpar4 to fait
nisb lumber dressed and matched.
An excellent MO ITNTA.IN ROAD leal di
rect to tbo Milt A liberal' share of patron ago
solicited SURADEil A CO.