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3, NO. 24.
DALLAS, OREGON, SATURDAY. AUGUST 17, 1872.
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An advance to injure iullii'a'in. All other
advertising bills must be aid quattcrly.
Legal tenders taken at their current value.
DUnkit and Job Work of every description
fumUbed at low rates on short notice.
Cxtra liicaiicemeiitK for
A splendid offer to mir SoV.iibss : We will
end the abyre tpti'r ai-d Valuable Mi
cine, for one year with the v I'tinon . to
gether witTi our pier fr only $i ; "r. f--r $1 Oil
Xtr. IliiiW itha's' Wcios. or Jr $.") 50 wv wi!l
6end Dsmorot' M'-nthljk fr oeiejr, both
Chrom a. nd ' th ()BKf's JUrrtBMCAH Ur
fr Slat wo Uiii'0' the heirm-ic N
and DemoreM'ii Slonrlily fT one vtar.
This i aP?bndid Chamu t soeure the b-t
Mifine, E eMt t t'nr on s and a pd
Jounty PHpt-r tr nearly half the vilue.; l
the amount Jo 'hi i-Ci , and the .Miu'atue an t
Chrouios will be promptly. forwr Ic I.
W. J EN SINUS IKMI1KT,
l!rrtilinttf. Sew I'tn-k.
THR IT.LUSTRT5I I'll 11 K.N :oi.OC! K'A L
JOl'UNAL. iif i tverv re-jie.-t a K'r.t
'lai9 Matftrine. If.-t article are th hi.-bet
intere.t to all Fttearhtra what aic and hv
make the mo.-t f r.- lve-. Tlie iui rut
turn it contaiita u th-- L w .f Lite nd lie iif i
is woil w trth th5 ri.n f tiie .M-iui'ie t v.-ry
1'amily. It i- pub i-h.:d at $ I a v.-.ir. J
special arrao ui.-nf we are n:tl. cd to ofl. r
the PiriKiioHMiic Jo i' iix.it. a t lr iiium tor
a new iuli'ri;r ti i!m Oi;m; x ttf.t'fai.fc v.
r will turii-U th" I'iikkn l oiiM At.
nd OitcOoN KKfili.M'AS t ..tiU-r f-r i I o.t.
We oiuiiiiifinl the JoLkn.il '. all want a
too d Majnine.
What -c. (Ji-.iDt Iia4 dotic
a a svi2iasi.
In List wt't ks is-iite wo pfe some
GrantV ro-ss Cotjltct as ,ruilet)f,
cludin if rxs.il'o, ntv ' tin a-t tt
usnrpatii.o c!iar'5 Hpninst JV'iilfnt
Johnson in t!t! ftumus artic'ns of its
peachuien', frnu the atctm-fit i f
eeaator Situn'r; but many honot
K"pnbticati3 d.jret iI fay. tbat
Suujoer is an etjctny of Grant, amJ
0C8Pqucntly his statements otiht n t
to be relied upon ; und now, t reiuuvt
those o' jectiotts and all doubt as to tbc
truth of the charge of GrantV m;eon
duct.'wc !!ive below the sta'eniont.s f
one of Grant's tried friends in th; St n -ate,
a life Ion IJepuUliem, and one f
GrantV dtfetiders in the eanim'jjii,- but
who was ashamed of Grant's conduct
and excused it al! on the score of igno
rance j Ibis distinguished :cuth'iuan '
Senator Morriil of Vi-riiiont. Of cur.e
whatever Senator Morrill has to s.ty
conceminjr GrantV conduct in il:e
Santo Domingo business will not be
disputed by Republicans; then if it is
true, that he bag undertaken and still
intends t force the annex ition of vtt.
to Domingo upon the Sen tte of the
United Statr-s and the sovereigns of ihl
country against their wil', and abo
Against the will of the people of the
. Kepublic of' Santo Dominon, wickedly,
uoconstitutioual'y, and corruptly, ly
secret and expensive negotiation with
the usurper Raez. tbcu the houest men
of Orei;oD will not vote for him.
A BULLY AMONG REPUBLICS NOT
. - LOVKD.
Oor reputation aui'-ng our ristrr re
publiea tn AtwericaJs not holy n
UcniiherJt iDor is it, I fen r, likely to
?row blighter bv the history of the
SaW: ooiingof comp'teattyfia' I Not
thatVc liavc'iti our 1treig" relations
always been in the wrong, bu tbat w.;
- geehi to have possessed a wonderful ap
titude to net embroiled with weaker ta
tionatities. AH remember he circum-
A etances of our trouble wish 3Iexieo, r
or of her troubles ?iih us. AV tore
from her the large Mtateof Texas, nnd
when Khe pouted about the extravagant
boundary claim d, we 'declared that war
existed by her uct.and fouht blood j. bat
fef?! thwo jeaw to make her surreafor petty unuef Uva aud petty rccipro
Hur atitl tinke leT sell two more lurje
Suites ; but the wounds of p ur Mexico
havi; been blfi'dmg ever since, and if
we are loolced upon with .any f.ivor. it
is when in comparison with tlie
; Thro, in 182 Groyt wti, th rinei
p!e port T"oije of tha republics-of (Vn
Aim ric t. whs bmob ir l ! and Ian u
t tl bv'a o tv.il r.rc" of tho IJniri'd Sf itrs,
on ib' Htmsy charge that its inhabitants
hat infringed th lights of the tran
sit company" i No reparation on our
part has I'Vt r b-en m ide for this wan
ton and brutal exercise of pw r.
.i-Sooti after i hi comment' d the c ir
reer of the filibuster Walker ; firt in
Sontira. Lower Culiforui i, then in Nic
aragu i, where a? Iat h was driven
info Rivas. nud taking shelter on bj.trd
the United States hlooncf v :ir St.
Mary's, was brought to New 0lean, I
but only to receive sympathy, and nut
piitii.-ltinetit, fr bis piratical athie
metus, Mr Huciiaean was loud in
depn eating such crimes, but c uld
find no authority for punishing the
criminals. ut when 'Va kir. in 1S(0
struck at II luluras he was captur.-d
.tod met the foe he had so long de-M-rvtd.
His acifi, nevertheless, inella
ccably stained the character of our
With Paraguay we hid some difli
eulty, teu ears ago tt more, which
cail-ed us li send a formidihle tiiva;
xj edition tbrre with thr't ning de
demands. Will she ever forget or
tardive ih '
Oar attitude towards Cubs has fre
tjueuflv put our r !ti-ins with Sjno in
jooji itdv- Si'tnetiue-s we prp s to loiy
it at a ' tr e.- it oric.;. an 1 soiio'tiin ;s .n,r
private eifZ-'iis jooj.-i'.e I take torce at J
iJo-ir own n-k and xp tic
in lvs-0 le w tl divw our iiiniter
f'rntii I'ffU n eon lenee uf the ? 7. itc
.t two A merit ii vt"s uhich wire
ilfeoa'v oaded with :d hii at an i-'ano1
Hum, wliich the IVtuvitu loVt-rnmeiit
lsl no' jo iiuit It to he rxpoitt'd to f..r
iu couiitn 's. I' ru h - ii J no
1 no ', atoi l-vrr. n f.ttlr.
()ily teeeotly, iihlL l!r i7.il was cf
ir I'ltau tv. "e j ;ss-a'. of tb.f
V til t V fit !l "'in b lt Waso up the J'.ira
.iiiiv t.i brui HUaV 'lie Aito lieati mm
-tcr. Mr. Wa-hiiani, was reln-d. and
flit'T' Upon (it. too.il W'elitt demtoded :ti
iiMi ;v af a fixed ti'ite or he Would
r!o-o his diiounlU tiliJlouS The
IJr. z'ii in ( J ivert.im'ot ui!tiy eo t plied,
u our n penned ifit'i's ilteioilter to
itiiditate in the war ajaio-if I'ariguiv
Wer steadily declined. Sueli kttol
iii'-e-. it is humdiatio.' to admit, would
li accepted by Ilia.il tr a;y other
Aiii-r!Ciu ( J ov i innii'ii! with more alae
i ll v wb.-u tenderi'd by lvir.pean n ttioii
ill ii if tendered bv lie lTnited Staf-s
This unpl-asint recital migtit be
continued, but is nor. this enough to
require a little uine circumspection
on our part, and to -ce, t i', while we
submit to nothing 'vrotig, tint we do
no! carry ourselves like a bully anion.;
little ii riotis '!
Th" aim x ition of Santo Doming .
whether of spontaneous origin or nursed
by the military, naval, and flnaneiil
power of the United States, einnot fad
to "Xeite that j"alon-;y and f ar of all
the American repub i s. The Uni'ed
Slat's will he t'c gre:it land shark d'
i i. e coutuient, bnse. friendship eiitiees
to dewiur and whose anger can be ap
peased only by destruction. Our
neighboi ho id. insfe id of btiiir one of
cordial svinpithv and support, becomes
one of appr;hcnsi"U and danger, do in "t
rior i;idepetident (roVeru'iietit-. May
not an tdlicial. who can obtain nominal
supremacy in tho govtrniii'-nt of his
people, eonnt on the 11 ig and Treasury
of the United States as nil ally when,
ever be is ready to betray nnd sell bis
country The American .Republic
shou'd be the protector, the counsellor,
and guide of all her sister republics,
and i ot a ravenous beast f prey.
Our natural growth prior io our late
war excited the envy and distrust of
the aristocracy of lingland and Franco
because, as they said, we were becom-
1 ing too arogant. and aggressive, can we
I - 1 . ........ I......T. .! t. .t..L. ...J.tr
IIOl Ue eoil't 'ii iiinvnnii wumjijt k
ing exti aordinary accessitins to iur
bulk, ami such accessions, too, as will
be far more likely to contribute to our
downfall thai to the upbuilding ? T e
natural 'growth of a free country mm-t
be tespected, be let ilone, ami will
teccivc the universal admiration of free
men, but a forced or uriinVial growth is
.not only often citciimvmcd, lut nearly
always a positive calamity., ;
THE SBWAltl) BATCH OF TREATIES AtL
The present Administration was so
untbr'uuate as to receive u legacy from
the late versatile Seeietaiy of Slate,
Mr. Seward, a series ol great treaties
city, which contributed, perhaps, nitre
to the self satisfaction if tlYe Secretary
ih iu they appear destined io contribute
to that of the country he ofiii'ia'iy rep
resented. Not one of I hesc infelicitous
treaties hid its origin with-the pro-eut
Adniinistratioti, which tiws to theiii
tin original fciltv 'whatsoever. That
wiih Dcntnak. for ill annex atiou of
St. Thom is --ot 'close proximity with
Santo Ibitningo enis to hive been
vulnerable to the first occ m carthfju ike
ami has been, perh ips ti t inopp irtuuely
swallowed ti bv u series of fbowe dis
turbers of -fhc best 1 aid plans" of
diplomacy, while little Denmark, un
willingly tiu-ting U au unadvised
treaty and the fa if; words rf th Secre
tary, slillers the shuue of tho e who
s'unible and then -hastily hunt around
to see' if the W. il l's li igers are u -t
painted ut th.iu. Our national pod Hon
has ; hem awkward and ungracious;
hut whit Con d we do?, (Juettiiog Was
clear ; we did not want St. Thomas,
unles we could take it. as , mj-ht
Santo l.)omingoj and throw it bick again
T"-e inception of ih se treaties un
der l'rcsi lent Johnson was Widely at
v iriance with tfo coure pursued by
Jclfersou in in the case of Louis
iana, and of Mourn? ISlS in ihe case
in eiori'Sa. Tiny started with leg ada
tive cin-urrunee. They got the consent
of (Mi're-s heforeh itid. ond to qu le
ho luijnig" of the 1 ait; Senator Hmi.
ton, 'lhe fieaty making p .wer was bui
the itistt uuii nt of ihe ejih,tive ill '
Iiesldes, j the subje.-t. th u in hud un
dei went puhhc d.-cu-'lou 'fhic wile
tio crels. I h", p -o,; uu ic otoii
whit they Wanted and tt'lnl "Arson
Manifestly, in o import inf a s'eji
his w s nnd is tow jo- pioper c..ur'i
If the treaty making power, wmkiug ii
-eeret and wholly r. r.jmion.l. , urV
totally disregard the puhlo j oigmnf
'o n republic.!! ur papular G vciiuieu
is a ftrce. i j
t H k :-: V lit K t C l !t INK I N T 1. li I
There has b -en s much loose ta'k
-ti the silbj.-ft o I In ' "M of, roc doep
trine," so C "lied, that I 'resident G rati
in i) hive been ju-titbd I think he
ws in in 4k ing an ertfest i-xpt'imetM
o fin not ifs prict'cd uo-anin"; ir ho
o is understpoi by the present oenera
fio'i. It has by some been held to in
lu le mueh' more th.n I think the
simple declaration warranted, i A- re.id
'V ttio it tni'V Ieered "Americt no
longer op- n to llnopeau cobmizit ion !;"'
not that We Watitol to coloniz.j Pres
ident Monroe only dcsitidtlnt al! p'f'
t A til' lie titihl hive a chance to be
u le;i at lent and
repub ic if they
h ise, witiiout any Iviropeiiu hm bir-
iiC' or interference, and th of relic
,,p.v SjMoish mericin col mi , which
sptiu wis then str.viug to coerce, wi-re
f-j cs t!i it ehaili ng' d - ur OWU is W"ll
as a World Wld so'leitU li? The doet tin
vis no tba' we were to seiz all fhe
land adjoining fjs, nor w is it by any
means susceptible of the seifi.h inter
pretations t hat Ivtropean vultures were
to be driven 'aw iy in order tint the,
Aunriein eig'e might swoop down and
clutch the prey. j
Tin- wis" l'.undcM of our Republic
Coin emplatcd a impl" form of g iveiu
incut, om? imposing the: smallest possi
ble burdens, upon which it would be
wholly incompatible to ingraft a system
of colonic or outlying de. en:nces. A
lare raw. without the defense of I col
onies or distant S ates would be imposs.
ible, was regarded by our fathers with
great distrust. Jefferson, in bis sims
plieify. only wauled gun boats ; but
Jefietsou never sought to coloniz or
to annex distant islands, lie a night
to make bunt' of our, bone and flesh of
our flesh the great delta of the Missi-
sippi. It remained with our late Secre
tary of Slate, always grand in his' eon
ic pi ions, even a; hen wrong, first to
grasp the notth-poc, and then to' leap
back to the tqti tor, or to alternate be
tween icebergs and carthiju ikes. In
his" world tia cling eye tot only J the
wh ilc buuudlcss ct)ntinent" was outs
but all of its out-ying incoherent de
pendencies wee equally to be coveted.
Miange ibat any Jep' "lican adniinis
tration should haxc been lurel by euch
doubtful bans !
DOMINICAN 'EXPORT IlUD8T.t.'
Usually the Reg'sVvr of the United
States appear-j' to foj.ow the -Rntish
ex uiple in ''making up' the report of
Ilaytt aLI Santo Dotninoo, and com
bines, tboui togeiber. tint considering
the latter wortliv of uv seierate- noiieej
but in liStiy a seur.ite aeeount was, kept,
ind 'we fiud tmr domcsiie exports to
Haytr wcie 2 lb)U Oho. and otjf reign
goods le exported S'JU OUb while our
UgiucHiiu expviu W Kjuutv DvUiino were
.uilyt-SCLtlvJ, and but SJ.bOl, .,r for
eign goods re exported. Our impiM'ts
fir the same ye r from Hayti were
!?0).0.S7, and fr -m Santo ..Domingo
only g8:3IG:i; the trade wi ll Santo
I) lUiingo. .thus leaving a balance of
jihfjii' .t'Acntv thoiMind dollars t be
p.id, by lis in gold, while the Havti4rP H15 '-TJ l'
. 1 . . . - i- i i iiii i 1 Wfficn, Lvno'Tt. Ale r-
trade was cxeeed.ngly healilUu',leaving et di..,fIl,e)1 J, thi- j,mvU
a tot.auee ajf IDH.SUb It) be paid to
U in gold. A critical ixamination of
ihe trade of Santo' Domingn has be n
provoked,' 'and its a-dute nakedness,
ihertff.ire'. de-i rvt;s to be f ully exposed.
Its eoit-efiuetice has been magnified by
being C iitfottuded wiih that of Ilayti
although ihe trade of that little repiib
lic is quite restricted Of coffc we
jmp ined in 180Sfr.eu II ayti 4,731,181
pounds, and from Santo Domingo only
11 1 ,S hi pounds. prom ll.ivli we im
ported 'iU SJ7 pounds of coco and -19,-hOS
poiiudii , of eotto'i, but none from
Siuto Domingo. Of mj.'s: we got
820.(S w oih from II, Mi. Slll.lll
wor b from Sao D miugo Of deW'od
we received from II ayti to the amount
of $110,112. nnd how much do voti
th nk Mr Pei.ent from Siuto D.
mingo RemeiMoer the tuimeuse forest
we b.ive l-eeu told about, only requiring
1 few blows wib tin: Wn'muiV ax to
shio countlc-s eirgocs Th ao.uunt
all fold, w is in the v duo $lf
Nearly half ol a t our imports from
.Siuto l mi ugo were in two it. m
ritni-MJ in ill .botany, and ...'. it.
lignum vi ;C Why. -ir. tu of the
fitui rs u t un iijf miles from ih s C4p
Hal do uerly a large a huine-a every
winter in cutting uti I selling c r I io,j!
It W i'1'd be eclip-rd by the trade of
iii'-re Irivs iu Mictttgan a'id M ii e ! Of
iroplci! fruit u i here rtrtily
ouh' to fio j sjrtif, ll.rir ururth l -o
lu.Uti itf, hi cotitely lah ir e-s ! the
am.eiut w b iVe to ack now ledge i
"1 dolUrs for rip2 fruits and -ight
d-dftrs for pra-sa-rvrd fiuits! The
010 r of CiUf .ru; n garden w.ei'd
lel bim-e f treated iinbaad-oincly if t
single visitor sh ei' I 11 f corn tin. or
erry more iball . our wfo!e y4i V
miptu latiou troui Sal Domingo ! Here
;tre the fet t lii fioni our oan d CU
tnent Mr PreiJiiif ,-silr ' them w if h
ihe ftU'i ired Oiil'lOU t'otry- I h ' hoU"
hit Jack biliU" which grave S .!:
tors have en forsed in this ch imber !
Ih they warrant such cxtravagint pre-
On the evening of Thurofny JuH
11 th. Philip G out I colored m in, and
fivp letin'e frout-i. were wdktng nh,no;
the track of the I'liil ad. Iphia nnd Re id
ing Riilroad, when the hit!e of m o
com itive reac'M'd their ears. A train
wis p-i-i(tg along the N"riiston tin f
upon th opp'isite side of the Schuyl
kill, and they nppo.d the whistle
came from that fide tif tho river. A
moment more and the express tr4in
wi upon tlotn. There w is no dtdiher
atiou Hat th ught ii quicker thin
steam ; and with an intuitive ot the
d inger and the only w iy to ve hi
friends, Philip Gou'd spring upon
them and with one herculean fl irt,
puhed the ii all down the embank iiKMit,
on the edge of which the track was
j They were sated. The(pext instant
he. was struck by the "row -catcher,"
hurled into the air. and tVliny upon
the water tank, rolled off, dead. Hud
it not been for bis prompt ttton tfie
whole six petirtiu would hare been kill
ed. 1 he might hive s.iTed hitnsell' by
leu i"g down the cmtiaiiknierit nnd
abandoning h r tricals t i their fate, but
tns'eid ot doing so, he saved them by
devoting binis, if lo i-ith .
Such an act of heroism deserves
com luinoratiofi ; and th" name of Phil
ip (iould should nit be forgotten,
his name and tnrnioiv be honored.
A Scientific Ki.vkicob. A terri
ble revenge was recently taken by
young chemist in Venicf .named Orlan
do Farntrmi. lie loved a young Isdy
but she loved another, who was a tailor.
Or Irttido owed him money, nnd pent
word be would pay it if the tailor and
his lictrotbed would visit him in his
laboratory. The, invitation was accep
ted, ami OrUodo slyly got them to lake
putt in (leetrieaV exjierimcnts. He
f.adc them give him their hands, put
one pole of a Humkorf apparatus be
tween, the girl's tinger and the other
into the tailors hand, and then joined
cui reti s. The lovers feU to the round
in convulsive fits, bu' Fcrmritd only
laughed. After trying to discugtge
tin msulves fVotti the apptjraius in vain,
ii) five minutes they became distorted
eoipses. Fertieiini with the utinost
sanlroid' i' p rted the ' 111 ittcr to the
poUeo uod gave hiuieelf up.
PH0FK1SIONAL CAtJJS. dC
fil AI K KXC HA IV it .
S A L O 0 N.' ,
rrr. Ciarn to..
ttiii ut lion Tmul or Ituchii- Ail
the State paper kept on filn in 1 thtt ti-adiug
i r""m' -- nd St lii-i, Wm CIiBghao IT04 ,
Vt H. R OBELI,
DENT I S T,
Has located in Dallas, and "in ready t$
attend t till thote requiring hid airtmce
AniBcil Teth of the very tin vat and beat
Sttnfction guaranteed, or no charges made.
Nw is the time to call on the Ihe tor.
Office, oruyotuu Kincald'a Photographic Gal
JOI1 V .1. IIAIaV,
.YlVy Al CotitiMCller at L:in .
iiai.i.am, oh ;..
Will pra tii in t!i Courts of Kwrnr land In
fviior CourU. Cohectiou atUudad to proitiptlj.
OrFICK In th. Court House.
J. C. UUm, M. O.a
PIIV-ICIW AM) StTKCtON,
Offwr bia to tha Ctiau8 lalla
OryCE -at NICHOLS' Drug Store.
I. 1. :oi,i.i4s,
Attorney and Cjunsdlar-at-Law.
Js'sial attgiB joh to C'dlcctir.ca aad to
in to i-rtie iu K,al Ltte. 1
.f. .t. .ifiiai;..Tc;,
AITy aV' Coiuiellor at Lan,
omcE in court irorsE,
DALL-ll. TJLX tiHUSTY, ORZOOH.
Ua .a'a t'arHHif htii. Joo rrd
fr io ortl c-.. d fct drtftft-t. r
iT mail, ?u c.it. Pawuhl. t fre Ad treat K.
V. r,-are..M. II., Baffl ..N., V.
I. V. SViAAVAX,
Attorney & Counsellor-At-Liw,
Will practir in all tb C-mrt ofttta StaU. 1
e. r risKK.
c. a. BALL.
I)H4. I'ltKK At HVI.U
OFFICE o I MOiiHES' BLOCK,
TIME 1 S H O iT E V !
J A n E b. Repairer.
mtllS IS TIIKONbY WAY TO INSURE
L th I'vruitnenl growth ot uj cmmuutty.
la mj pl vei( uur hnuitra with
I J.I Hi ClKUJ,
a well .i oth-r ihinga. it fhuld b pracWad. I
Iim oa band a full Miruiout of avrrvtbing
in ttits liinj. Shop bear Wattiircti mill, i'allas.
Un'K.m. W.C. WILLS.
OKU. 11. JONES
J. M. CATT1HS0S
JOM1S k PATTKRSON,
Real Estate, Inmirancc
m. w 11 via 1 sr.
J, W. ROB ART.
Uuri.a Vis 1 a.
Lookout for t tie laoconio
tiTe Winn the llell Rings!
"11 nee the U. C. Halhoad baa been completed
S 1.1 Uuno liu. ta.d i rofuteM t ita .pecdy
b to DjiiUi. t tne t Ui;na Viat,
lie ui- nh th uta ly itair.fuiiin bome
INlJiJfeTKY AM) UMliMFHISE.
Why teiol jour money out of the etata, and
u interior onile, whtn you tin jiet the
iremmie v liouie Alauulucturea" article by cali-
IDg on , - '
NEW PA1M fjp S R O I
M-Tf prnrfirm jii micro
Il-tl Tbey know
Ai I . A
hav toMtod iO Dal 11-11 lH
h. Sr luiiiei od tnt-an it. Oirethoin
it, ill "aid they 'fuel pr confident Uicy can
PnHf? von IHj
ISe.i ' -J3aowa 4Rstrou
rtrt- everything io tba QTlOCERY LLNi
- " c. BROwrrs.
He .baa on band a full ;1upplj,.. which B
oflars diaaper than an other Store in DallaJ.
SI EM B R A RET$
All Htyles of Ptctur of thete4 Cnlabv
a vino all Late improvements
fr tafkinv pictures, I ioTile the patroa.
aK of the public Please call at the pbotes
Kravhic Uallry. Miin etnreb, -opposite Dr. Kwv
hU' office, Dalian. ' . ; y lit
& roc eri e
CiKKi'H and Tobacco
VQOD AND WILLOW WARE
DALLAS UVERTi FEED & SALE
Cr. Mafu and Court Streatt,
" ; - ';'"-'.''
Thos. 0. Richmond, Prtprietor-a
HAVING rURCHAj5ED THB ABOVat
tsund of Mr A. II. WMtleT, wo bare re
Ctr4 and re PtiVd it in V av&Br aJ
ill fatiafactorilj taect ererr want ef tho cea
muni7v ' " ' ' ' ' '. -" ' ,; -A
llugtta, aln(rle or 4ooit, ttaeka. Can
cord efjona, otc. te ,
Furnished ot all hoort, day er oigbt, ea
bort notice. '
mperior Saddle Horses, let by th
, Day or Week.
Tcnrcs, bbTson atilh
4 . T. 0. RICHMOND
1EV PAI1T SHOP;
Carriage, Wasn, r Sin
. AND ' , ,
GRAIfiiriQ & GLAIlflO,
paper HAnoma, ic.,
Done io tbe most Workmanlike ttoanner by
H. P. SHRIVEIU
Shop upstair, over Tlohart A Co'a Haraeit
Shop. - ' '
DALLAS, POLK CO., OREGOW.
f I AVIK0 PURCHASED A LARGE AND
I I entuplete btofk of GENERAL MEIU
CIIANDI2E, conaiatiof io port, of
Glasis CucensvrarC -
And all orticlcf found io o GENERAL TAttl-i
KTY bTURK. I would refpeetfolly eoll Iho;
atteotioo of tho Pblie t ay EatoLlisbmoal.
' . . . i
Higbett Caab prwo paid i for .
' 1URS AND rELTOY,, . , .
; R. A. RAT, ,
; Eolo, Folk Co., 9fo
OF WORK AT THR LOWEST
LTVTtftT PRICES. CAN BE HAD
RT CALLING ON.
niTXE4 & RACREIjD3nf
STEAM JOB PRINTERS, T
03 Front street, Portlasi, Orogo
A LARGE AFPORTMENT. of , BLANKS
Cirro.it, roOntT, and JusUees' f onrto, b
nfintW onhnnd. A1s, Ronda, Deed. Morrarag
and Blanks for ttse ia Bankruptcy eaiea. .
Byu etrr Lt trbras lillher la o(j, tftrr-a
Ura, pitteil Ae'a ti,le. " f mil
eu4 it" 'jow t4dua 1 vf t 9 lfc
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