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jDALLAS SATURDAY, APRIL 18
trpwri Afip cpyiiTy news
Dallas to Salem via. Dixie and Eola. Six
$mes a week ; hoar of arrival 5 p. v, hour of
departure 7 a. yt.
- Dallas to Alsea ,via Bridgeport, Lewisville,
JiUCkiamuteJJviDgs valley and Pjbilaspoth. Hour
f arrival Sat. 3r; Hour of departure Tues
day 8 am.
Dallas to Grand Ronde, Mondays. Hour
arrival 12 u; Hour of departure 1 p m.
Dally, west aide, passes Dallas South 9 A v,
i?otth2r m with some variation.
Tbagalem Mail generally le-ves a little
ahead of time. G. W. II OB ART
M. E. Chcroh. Services on the2th Sabbath
f i each month at 11 o'clock A. M. and 7 P. M.
abbath school every Sunday at 9 A. M.
jrayer meeting every Thursday evening. Rev
M. E. Church South. Services en the 1st
abbath of each month at 11 A. JVI. Rev. G.
. jGoucher, Pastor.
.. Baptist Church. Services on the 3d Sab'.
4ath of each month at 1 1 A. M. Rev. P.
F,orie very -best f holographs goto Brad
ay A. Ruloffson's Gallery without STAIRS
ifctlH ILL 11LYA1CR,
A Starr fell last Sunday. It was not a ver"
jbrillian one, hut enough attract noifce.
There has been a good many flying squirrels
killed upon the Luckiamute since the first inst
so a gentleuau told us bat that is must too
Returned. Mr John Scott has returned
from Eastern Oregon. On account of the high
price of sheep, we understand he intends to
stock bis r$uch with cattle
Our jolly mail cairier Lilly Sackett has
retired from the Alsea line aud taken an
Sageacy" Jhat lyilj require mast od his time at
Alsea till the 18th of July
The unsettled weather has delayed farmers
getting in their grain this ring. Seine hare
beenjdelayed for the want of vitriol for their
weat. There was not for some time any of
that article either in this place or Salem
Our citizens never gamble but we know of a
good many suits of clothes being promised to
certain perron in this town on xha event of
certain rersons being elected.
Quite a nnniber of country schools begun
last Monday. - &Ve pnJwstnl tbat teneber
are quite scarce in some parts of the county.
The rigorous examinations for teachers is
having'a good effect
New Millixert Goons. Mrs. B. F. Kicfi
ols has returned from 1'ortland with a fine lot
of dress goods, bats, fancy pood etc. Mrs
Nichols was at the opening of spring
gocds in Portland and had first selection which
acont? for the nice assortment she his.
Mr. Henry Ellis, 'the smratest in the
State" intends to take the stump for tbe best
men o n the tickets. Those candidate; not
knowing themselves to be the best men may as
wellrjrepare o go up Salt river. Ellis eays he
it oing to vote his precinct for Doty for
clerk, so Doty's friends are sanguine.
PISSOLUTJOX OF PA It TXERSHIP.
Notice Is hereby given that the copartner
ship heretofore existing between Drs J R Sites
andj C GraV?? tYts It dissjlvai by m u
tual consent All persons ' knowing them
selves indebted to us are respectfully reques
ted to call at our office and seiMe immediately
Dated at Dallas this 12tb day of March 187
Sites k Grubbs.
Cut A!i Ete Tooth A young man, whose
business requires bim to ask a good many
questions, stopped into a milliner shop of this
place the other day, and seeing an Article that
somewhat resembled a healthy pin cushion.madn
some inquiry about whether the proprietress
had received patent po H or not, & perfectly
. legitimate question, when, judge of tbe
youth's astonisbmept, she replied, La! that is a
part of Miss- dress. That boy has grown
unbearable in bis conceit thinks he knows
something that no one else does.
Fourth op Jutr . Celebratioh. lYe are
glad to learn tbat our citizens contemplate
having an old. farbionad celebration op tbe
Fourth of July next such a one as has never
been held in Polk before. This is a move in
(be right direction and we feel assured will be
eminently successful We learn that it is con
templated to end the days performance by a
display of fireworks in the evening. Let our
citizens take hold of tbe matter with a will aad
July Fourth 1874 will be a day long to be re
membered in Polk county.
MISS 8 M SURE YE HAS REMOVED
her dress making establishment to - main
; t-ne dour north oi Smith A Crystal's
blacksmith shop where ebe is prepared to do
all work in that line, in the latent and most
She also bas Dress TRIMMINGS
SILK THREADS etc) etc
jhicb are offered very low for cssb
base ball The young men of Dallas will
meet at the ball ground near tbe Academy,
to-day fot the purpose f organizing a Base
Just as wb Said. We don't claim to be a
prophet yet we are generally right in our local
items. Our readers will remember our maty
cautions against the shoddy peddlers and the
events of the 'ast few ays show their' correct
ness. , Mr. Joshua McDaniel one of our oldest
and inost respectable citizens was by some
means induced to buy a $140 package trom
the dead beatt and on discovering, their Jitter J
worthlessness did not want the goods at any
prico. After hard work be succeeded in" did 1
posing oi them to IV. II. Teal for. $J0 on
seven mouths time Josh thinks he gut out
well in only losing $40 ou the trade.
The Alditu for April opens with a marvelous
collection of beautiful illustrations, some of
which are tbe finest yet seen in the American
Art Journal, while all reflect great credit upon
the enterprising publishers. American scene
ry, asheretoforej forms a striking feature of
ihii number of th,e Aiding. J. D. Woodward
contributes a tender and beautiful full-page
spring-time view, which is printed in tints, and
has a'1 'the fineness of a steel engraving, the
block coming from th3 hands of C. Maurand,
the eminent engraver. Subscription price, $5,
including chromos'The East" and ''The West.'
James Sutton A Co., publishers, 58 Maiden
Lane, New York City.
The Phrenological Jouroal and Life Illus
trated. For the faithful presentation of old
and new truths in a deasfcne form, wo must
commend the veteran monthly. The April
number blossoms with an attractive variety.
We have it in a Portrait and Sketch of Mr.
Cleaveland Abbe, of the Signal Bureau, uni
versally known as "Probabilities ;" an An
alytical Taper on the Causes of Vice and
rime, with some practical hiuts toward their
j-emcdy j A Sketch of the eminent . Authoress,
Madame Schwartz, and a fine Portrait; Heads
Hats and Character, hits off sous of the peo'
pie sye meet, both in its text and illustrations '
Terms $3.00 a year, 30 cent a number. Ad
dress S. R. Wells. New York.
fiRFAT WHE AT JACKSOWf LI, G
Jicksuaville, April 14. A fire broke
out in this town this tnortiinir at about
o'clock. It originated near tjit
southeast corner of Oregon and CuKfor
nia streets, in a row of old frame building-;,
and soon -got beyond control.
Although no wind was blowing, the
dry lumber bLzod so high and the
flames spread so raiiiijly fhat nothing
could be done to check the confl "ru
tion till it had spread across to houses
of like character on the north side of
the street. Part of two. blocks embrae
ing some brick building, are consumed
all business houses and the heart of
the town The following is a list of
the losers and the amount of losses as
far as can now be obtained: Walter's
saloon, fixtures, personal effects, 82,000
Kreutzer s bakery ami btock, 1,500 j
E. Jacobs, goods, flour, eic.,. S700 ;
Cojip, clothing, dry goods, 2,000;
Drum, groceries etc., 100 ; Wm Boy
er, grocer, about .",000 ; Schumpf
barber jsfyop and fixtures, 500 ; A
Fisher & JJro., general merchandise
and building, 28,000; Judge & Nu
nao, saddlers, 2,000 ; Solomon, gener
al merchandise, 8,000, hangell, build
ings, shoemaker's stock, 700 ; Pope,
saloon and stock, 500 ; Coleman build
ings, about 1,000 ; Hen. Sichs, notion
and varietiesoOO ; Viet Schutz buijd
ings, about 2,000; McMaous &
Owen buildings, 1,500 ; John liilger
damage to building, 500; David Linn
damage to buildings, 3,000; C. C.
Beekman damage b? removal, 250 ; P
J. Ryan, building destroyed, 1,000;
amounting, to 59,550.. Probably
there were sufficient other losses
not now ascertained, to swell the
graDd total to between sisty , thousand
and sixty five thousand dollars.
Of this there is only kuuwn to have
been insured : A. Fisher and Brq. ,
J 0,000; Judge and Nunan, fully insur
ed, 2,000 ; L. Solomon, 3,000 ; Cole
iixm.SoOO; 13cd. Sachs 500, fully
insjred ; John Orth, 500, fully
insured; John Bigler, 500, fui y
insured ; . making a total insurauco of
17,000, and cutting the probable actual
loss, to 45,MO. The majority ot the
losers were retail dealers, who have lost
The fire is supposed to have been the
worfc of ipcendiaries, and two men,
Albert Johnson, a mulatto, and a young
white fellow named Johu Ledox, were
arrested and put in jail, but were after
wards discharged as nothing could be
found against them.
From passengers by yesterday after
noon'j truin, we learn that 'Jhouias
Hubbard, an old Oiegonian, and for
many years a resident of Champoeg,
was bhot aodmortally wounded on
Saturday hst.' by ThW Gjrraa la
half-breed. The particulars of tbe
bloody affair, as they come to us are
very meager. It seems the parties had
a dispute on the road ft short distance
from Chsmnoesr. concerning a sum of
- - -
monkey which, as Gjerjand claimed
Hubbard owed for .wood. JJubbard
decline tn pay the amount, some words
passed, and they separated, Gerrand
saying aa he went : "I have a
goocjl notion to shoot you. Afterwards,
Hubbard went into a store tu Champoeg
whither Gerrand followed him. A
the Jatter entered the doorway, Hubbard
said to those standing near him ; "here s
a man who says he's going to shoot me"
To him Gerraud replied; "I believe I
willxloit," and Hubbard-Said; "All
right 1 fciaze away !" The words had
scarcely been uttered beforo Gerrand
drew his pistol and fired, the shot
taking effect iu Ifubbard's peek, enter
on the left side and ranging downwards
lodging in the right shoulder. A sur
geon was culled and the ball was extrac
ted. It is believed that Hubbard cau
hot long survive. In the community
where he had so long resided, he has
enjoyed a reputation for good behavior
and peaceable disposition.
Immediately on firing the fatal shot
Gerrand fled. He is now a fugutive
from justice, although it is by no means
probable that he can long elude the
officers who are on his track- The I
coustable of Champoeg offers a reward"
of fcoO for the apprehension of Ger
rand. A 1)31 1 '3 IT VT0KsTjALG.
T THE LATE RESIDENCE OF THOM
AS Hart dereaseJ, near Bridgeport in
Folk County' Oregon, on theSttb day of April
1871, 1 niil tell the pergonal property vf sail
estate, continsr of a tine lot of Callle, Hordes,
and Hog ; a Mwer, a Header, and other
farming tool and property
Terms ; All sums under ten dollars, cash
down ; all utn over, on eight months credit,
coiu-uotes with approved security.
John 1 HART,
ASS iOH N OT I C f v -TO
IIIEHERY OXVE NOTICE THAT I WILL
be in attendance in the several preeintta ol
t'oik Coumy, at the tinjenand places foltuwing.
or tho tiuiu ut reeeivinir lleli ot a.s:ttb:o
property, lor tUo yvixT 11 i, of las-payers
l-uckiaiiiute, April K, 17, IS
Ittleliii J?t3,... , - ' 1
Monmouth, Independence 2i 21 27 '.IS
29 30 May I
.12 13 1 1
....21 22 23
2fi 27 2S 2'J
i 5 6
D fiiglas, ...
All ux -payer uro. n.ilred to ui t me at
the time nn.t places ub'ove appointed, with
ii?tn of their property filled out. and a failure to
do o,vtil voinp.'ll m I' proceed against theiu at
once, a required by law.
II. t. JIcriMJID.MJS
A Iw4 Aeior, l'olk County, Ogn
At tbp Holiotatioo of many friend Ptake
tbiy method of publicly announcing myself an
Icdepetidtnt can did tt; for the ofSi-e. of Clerk
f PoiK county. Subject to the wili of the
voter ot fttid countv .and euuneiatethe fol
I ft Ilot.ition in office.
2d Any officers cnnimltli'i'i frnnd while
holding offiou sliould disiiurtlify lum from ever
holding office in county or .State
id lin'ouiproaiimngly opposed to the State
purchasing tbe Loeiia
In libe C!rcuit Court of the State of Oregon
f..r the County of Polk,
T. McF Patton Plfl. vb)
Stephen Hill nd Mary Suit to " f( roclose
.1. Hill his wife, Defts. J Mortgage.!
To Stepbpn Hill and Mary J. Hill, said Defts. t
In the name of tbe State of Oregon you are
hereby required to appear and answer the
complaint filed against you in t se above entitled
cause on or before the SECOND MONDAY or,
MAY, A. I I 4, and it you fail so to an.wao
tbe plaintitf above named wi 1 apply to th,
Court for the relief demanded in said complaint
which is for a foreclosure ot'a mortgage given
by you to the plaintiff on remises being No
tification No 2n, and lying in hecliou 17 and
J8 in Township 6 South JUngo A Wo.h of Wil
lamette Meridian, containing :2il acres, pitu
uie in polk County, Oiogou, dated on tbe JUth
day ol September, 1 87 J , to secure said pluiu
till ilie payment of a note iur Two Tbou u nd
dol'.irs and iuteie."t given by you to Plain thl,
and tor a sale of said premises as by law in
tuci case provided, for the payment, from the
proceeds ot such sale, of the sum due on said
note, and one hundred dollars attorney's fee
incurred in this suit and the costs uud disburse,
taenia of this cause.
And you are hereby notified that Hon. II, F.
Ponbam, Judge ni said Court, on the 26th day
March, A 1 1874. made an order directing
tu;t,t service of summon on you iu this case be
made by publication of this summons once a
week for -i oii-ieeu ivo weeks in the LibkiiAU
H Ki'Ci:..i .i i iiewp,ip!r published at Dallas,
Polk C-.i h; , Oregon. , 1'ii.mom Foiid.
MarSvvli ' ' Att'ylor pltT
N PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF
the County Court for Polk Countv. Oreiron.
made and entered April 7 1874, authorizing
me to sell the following described lands be
longing to tbe estate of Lewis Castecl deceased,
to wit: commencing j at a post W of
the lu to J It Piggs Donation Land
Claim, thence W 60, chs to apost, tiicyco S 4U
cbs to a post, tLouee E (j) chs, to a post, thenco
N 40 cbs Also a tract in the N E corner of U
O burnett'8 Donation Claim, cominenciiig at
th . JS E corucr ol the same running theueo W
14 o.l cbs to a post, thence S 14 3.1 chs to a
pt a .tiicnco E 14.'i;i cbs to a post.thenco N 11 cbs,
all in T 6 S R 1 ot W Wiilamotto Meridian, said
CouLty I will sell the suie ntpublio outcry at
tbe Court Hguso doo riu said county, oit Sajur
d j,tbe IGfli ilay of May 1874. at 9 o'clock
A M to thC'highijst bidder for cash iu hand
April 11, 187-1 JNCasteel,
Executor of the estat of JrCastool
pain r i.
. m n M -
Importers and Dealers in FOREIGN and
DOMESTIC DUUUS, Druggies cuu..w
Pateot Medicines, l'4ot.
Medicines Cgmpouoded fa4 Prescriptions
Pure Wine, and Liquors f7 Medicinal pur.
Orders ittended.to wifh accarajy aal prompt
w a-: t is a; 28- o n s; & . c o.
1 TiaiiCOUXTY covivr
.tSTATIJ OF 0i:03..
In th- matter of tbe Estate of jUwis Castecl
i.. iim name Ol i w-nw ..-
T,. Inwha Itaner. .Ian
r. f..;- ,.n.l rh-Tli San b-r . J
t ck...ij Htrvev. Alta nnd
Ct.vl minor beir.i by their ( udun J ,
CsteS Heir., legatee nu d Other persons
intere-tul in the said Rotate! A.p,i;a. i n
having been tnaie to ibi 'mirt by J N Ca?t'
Admloi,trat.r of sat I Estate. t. s. ll the rael
sute belooKiug to said ra!o. des.nbod
follow t win - Comtnencing at a post iV e.t
of h Ule J R Viae dona'i'm c.aiin. thenco
V fbin ton post thence S 4rt rh t po.t
theno I! 60 cbs to a pot ihenec N cbnsus.
Al.o a trart in thoN K Corner of ti O UmHt s
,b.rati.,n claim.co n.uHi -in at the N "
said Ibirnett's claim running thence ll.X.
. . . . .. .i 1 l-.V chs to a roit
thence K 1 1 .VI cbs to a
chains both parcels
i.f land situate 1 in said
iv. 11. n u t r. . f H 1 v ol t'.e ili uii-
ette merridian, for the purple ot paying
claim against tid FtaK d If.-aus sai l
land cannot be divi b-d without probable mjory
to the same N w th-ref-re y are bercbv
ordered and cited by tbe court to appear in the
s lid Court at t'..o Court ll.ustjat Dallas ou the
IM Y ol APitlli 187 i
At the hour of 10 o'clock A M of said day t
ihow caue if any y" navc wl,y tn'"
applicaton to sell sa'd lands shall not be gran
By order of the Court
In testimony wh"roof I have berrunto set
my hand and affixed the seal of said Court
this ythdayof.Feb 1874
D J IloLr.
IS HKUKUY (JIVEN THAT
tit :...-! f ..
the estate of Jane Rl.'gs dee'd at the April
term of the County Court for Polk County
Oregon. Ail persons having claims or de
10 if ds against said estate are hereby notified
to present them to the undersigned at his
residence hear Salt Creek in said county, or to
L. Vinyard Attorney for said Estate within
six months Trom the date hereof.
FI LAS RIU'IS.
L. Vinyard A i ty foi Et :te. AJS 1 H7 t I v
In the Circuit Court of the irdito of .Oregon
I'orTolk erunty 1
W W At bey PUf )
aaiust Suit in equity for divorce
E A Atbey deft J
Jo EAAthey Defendant:
n the name of the State of Oregon you We
Jher-by required to appear and inser
u.e coiupiaiut of Pill' novy on liio in the
Clerks oiiieo of Polk county, Oregon 011 ' or
befoielbe first any of lbe next term of ih-;
CircuitOourt iu aud for Polk county to l
begun and held on the 11th day of May, l!71.
Ami if you fail to appearand answer sai l com
plaint on or b-jforu said date, the pill' Will ap
ply to the Court lor the relief therein rnyed
lor, (to wit;) for u devteo dissolving the mariinu
contract now existing bet ween Pill' and defendant
and for the custody of iiis minor children uau
lor fouls and disbursements of suit
Pnbi.ebed by order of 3 F Uonham Judge
of said court made on tbe 14th day of March
1S74 K U RRAl'SHAW
March 28 Cw Atty for Plff
AWi l X l si'KATi: IX'si otic m
HKREAS Q F DANIELS AIiMINIS
tratrix of the Estate A C Uuniols qe,
ceased, bas filed her uccouut for final fccU'i:
luent ot said estate Notice is hereby iven
that Monday tlu lib day ot May, 1 S7 4 is
for hearing objectiu as to sai l aec iuut before
me at uiy oflico iu the Court House at l)at!as.
io said county, attho hour of 10 o'clock a m
on said day.
R P liOISE,
J II M Ml,
MItS. -B. :'i'V NICHOLS,
west end of iicboh i
ISydeN 1i-u Store.
VI Y STOCK OF GOODS IS ENTIREL1
i.TJL no w aud of tbe latent Stylo3. CallK,
IAMjNOW; PERPAREDTO FURN1TU
to tbejpublio al ltfabojiaule 1'iices All
KINDS OF, FANCY
HIAIX U Dallas ..MIX
YA I V.
An Independent Journal, not the or 5a
of any person or iusatutiju, but an earnest
leacber tf the La s .( Lifo and Health, which
includes ail that relates ta tUc Art of recovering
and Preserving Health,
".Ti HetJlu Illiltll Tt i hittr t i pre-sjsn-d
b?;ttth by obyi ig thi laws of Life tinn
to regain it -u oajj lost. Ljaru to avoid
the ..'-i' lu' ise.
.. Dhta-c an 1 1 Treatment. The theory
of di-.,au will bj eo i-il'ire; by eo n::t: it
writer", and phlo-ph,i:al an t practical mtth-
ods ol treat utcat zivea
Invalids should rea l the SMnee of Health
regularly, and learn the nature of th-ir disa.,?s,
au l tb1: method' prei.'nbjl fsrS dl-Treat.u-at
ylJtor. ItiPs" cm eisily "In' sire i in
111 toy families ; enough ta pay f t ten tim-9
th s.ibrit.tt'n prie every yjar.Jby fimpiy
Wonjfa and children -Every m'Her'i
derotid largely to domestic interests, consid
ering the hi. i!t!i and sito is of Wo nti. and
vsneeiailv the ihvlial . t i's of C ii I ren . It
wi:I tell bow to fed, clothe, aud care for the
,IIon,selioUi Department. Ilru.TBPri.
('ookkbt. We sh all publish a scries of articles
'Seasoning Dishes," written expressly for this
Magazine. In the sain-: dep irtmnt will be
civen an atnount of in formation in short,
'rief p ira raptH, w rt:i iu thc:ueive the
price ot tUvi Science of llialth.
a yeir in a-Ivane; sample
numbers, 2-) cesiK ; tea copies, and aa
extra c .py tiacut.
A Idt of I'rctiitrms snt"on application.
Cash Commissi us giv'tfti. .Loo m. Auksts
Address S R WELLS, 3S9 Droadway, Nciv
Thereas .tcs-9 C. Ch it wood administrator
of the estate of Mary Chitwood defeased.
lias lueu ns Hccouni Tor unsi seitiemeni 01 saw
eftato Notice is hereby fciven that Monday
the 21 day of March, 174 is set for hearing
ot-joctiorv to sai 1 account before me at my
oflico in tlc Court House, at lbtll.is, in said
ountv, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M.-ou.aid
day. " r J. JL MVHll
ti. W. LAWSO?7 Atty. County Judge.
In. the matter ot the Estate of John -MT Lig
gett deceaseii, County Court of PolkCoUaty,
rjregn, March ;d lt74.
IOW ON THIS DAY COMES ON TO UK
heard 'the petition of It M Montgomery,
administrator ot the estate of John V Liggett
deceased, asking tor an order to sell the Keal
Estate of sai l deceased situate in Polk County
at Hi-sai l, Mi l doM-nhi'd as follows to wit:
lb giiiMiii.x at tim N'.nli West t'oi iit r of the
S..wta ni 'd' tb- 'i;itii halt ot the North bait
I. l" :.,: t i.ililu o! .(lili.l A JoiK'.N.
N.d. .c -o.---, . .M.111 ' j'2 m Tp SI II J V
and ri.it:n'No oc i . it R 0 V. d the iVjll;'.u
ette M,ridi.ui, ruo.iutg ib iko N ir'ii n
North Vet Corner of said Claim, thence E 1st ta
tbe L:. t line of said claim, thenco in a Mouther
ly oircctii-n .vith Miid East lino a id the mean
derbies thereof to n point duo East of the
liegi'uiiiir point, tiiciice West to tbe rlaco ot
beginning, eotuainmr Two Hundred acres
more or less; and it appearing to the Court
that duo uud legal notice bad been given as
by law required t 1 all persona interested and
the next ot iviti of said iteceiised ; and it further
iippcuing that it is luu es.sary to sell the. said
te;il tsdiite t pay tho debts of said deceased
and the expenses of admiitistralion ; and it fur
ther appe.iuug thai theto is not sullm-out per-
sonal property to sati-fy the debts of said
deivaseu', and that theto is a large amount ol
dooi against said estate unpaid utter disposing
of nil the pel sonal properly, and no person
appealing to ui.iko objections to the saie of
said rial estate tor the purpose of pujiug the
debts uf said deceased : It is therefore, decreed
uud a (judged thnt the said real estate above
described, be sold by said administrator to
pay the debts, for old coiu in hand, ON
lpth 1AY OL'Al'RILi I8T1,
t 10 o'clock A M.. at the Cnurt House dor in
lallas, Polk County, Oregon, at public aue-
liou to the hihost bidder, and that a copy of
this order be published tor four successive weeks
iu tb'i Likhhal Rki'i-bLican at Dall.-is, iu said
lly order of J H Mycr, County Judgo
Now by virtue of the above decree, 1 will
proceed to sell s dd real estate at tiie above
named tunc a d place to the highest bidder for
Cash iu haudlioiU coin
JnoJ Daly, U H Montoomic.hv,
Att'y for Estate ' AiiumisUaWr
SStUD, ATi T I
w u j 1 1 . riii mi ci.
P lj At UJf jjf3 J,
i)t i;l as aiy
i g mt tai
. e r uo i
AVINO PURCHASED A -LARUE 'AND
I I coujjdete Stock of NEW "GOODS, sup
receiving irtssb suppliaj everyjwaek Icaajjaai
Iy everybody wltb
And aU articlafjutl ia a (J 2 5 t V V VI
ETY bTORE, I would, respectfully call th
ttention of th e Public to my Establish maaL
Lighest Cash price paid for
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IN THl W33LP!
A Fainily Joiii'na ,
which n b traif.ol, anl is always full
interest, js a necessity of the times. Such aa
ooe is the
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en in im iiii;,rials aad ."itar Papers, and
the verbatim reports' cf his lecture Itooui
Talki iu the Piyuimth Church Prayer Meet
ns. are great attractions.. Tiiire it also, a
; lare and aide editoria-Jst.iff.J
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ieoul cost more the. a double our sub
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Write fjr the Canrs At. L'sto, includia
many famou? authors of En"gland acd met
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This Picture is printed in Paris, and is the
largest and handsomest I'KIiNCU Olh
c:iitmi; evjr jfji b, n .1
It was publiahed and is for "sale in the pictur
stores at $12 00.
It makca.a most CIIARMINQ CENTER
PI EC f. to'
Vidc AWake aad."Fasi Asleep,'
Those two pretty French Oil Chromos, now
nu is'the continent over. .We shall continue)
to IMir.SI'.NT Till PAIR o ever an
nual Subscriber who prefers them to the Ole
-raph. Sibjects LIFE-SIXE, aud nno
iaile to please all who lovo art art children.
Or, we will give BOTH ! tbe Olorapji and
1'Allt on the terras giveu .olowV
AUK AS FOI.I.OWS:
One only S3
1, Every Subscriber, for Tuuke Dollaha
shall receive (ba CHRISTIAN UNION for on
year, and the choice ,h?twcen the two picture
premiums viz: tho PAIR anil the OLE.
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