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NEWS OF THE WEEK
Beware of impatisnoe and. odHtrailic-
tion. Do not condemn, or think har
COMPILE!) FROM OUR OTATE EX CH A NO EM.
dly of those who cannot see just as AGRICULTURAL -
| From th«, burner. |
' >... you see, or judge it their duty to con
Cornar of High and Center Streets,
G on « E ast .—JPresidont Marsh, Pres tradict you.
AF aW Below Portland Frierst TÎ
ident of Pacific Univeaaity, located at
Foregt Grove, Washington oounty, haw S
T. CUNNINCHAM & CO.,
gone to the East on a visit. He will
DBrABTxn this life July 2d, 1871, in the town H alkm ,
E ldkk L. L. R owland .
be absent about two months. 7
‘ / of Bnena Vista, Oregon, Eliza Francis, eldest f
Offer for aale' flie foltowing' apoxlid are
»ortmeut of machines: *' *
- Loan’s D ay Woneair:—Preaching, lOto, A. M.;
The Olympia Tribune of June 21I<1 daughter of Wm. B. aad Harali Jane Ground,
Bunday «chool, 2 P. M.; Preaching or I<eotur-
Ing, 7 P.M.
W kxk -D av Wonsgrp:^-Prayer-meetlng, Tuere
-day, 7 P. M.; Boci»lMo.Ung, Thursday;-, P. M r
Hunday-Hchoul Taaehen' Meeting, Friday, 7
. L l Z- A u persons are cordially invited to at
Visiting member* an requested tn make them-
aged six years, ond month, and twelve day*.
reports the discovery of an iron) mine
on'rdhe Puyallupr. fifteen miles from
Steilacoom. The iron is said-> to -fcte
equal thp best found in Pennsylvania.
-The Corvallis Gruelle says that, last
week, as Messrs, McCune 'and Hanfi a
were sawing a large fir log, at tbeir
mill, they sawed through a piece of oak
timber, about a foot square, which was
embedded in the heart of the log, en
~ T mb ClmurruN C hcbch at M onmovth Mum
nvutr Fimn- D ay or th * Wm, m nut C ol -
>ucon C hapu ,.
A. W. L ucan ,
T. F. C ampbell .
its dark-shadows and gloom;
For I xhálL
shall not t„
And I »haU «M fenr, Mnmgh;
Foy Jesus will carry me over
l am going to Hve with'tho angels so fair,
I’ll look for yon mother, and welcome you there)
'Where tears do not flow, and whore death can
Together we’ll dwell in that beautiful home.
•* I'o iilr «'oastors.—
E. A. B hibley ,
Sunday School„ v> v$r>. Sunday, »C trii o’clock
Worship and breaking the loaf at 11 a . m .
Preaching on the 1«! and 3d Sunday« of each
IR- MEMORI AM.
M r . G ideon R icrabmom , one oi the early
pioneers of Oregon, and for many yean* a reai- !
dent* of tbia county, died at his residence on
Long Tom, (Lane county) on Monday. June
26th; aged eighty-one year«, one month and
Mr. Richardson was much respected by all
wffo knew him, ’as a high-mined, hQnorable
man. He came to Orqgoiroverland fn 184H, and
•has been a member of tho Christian church
about fifty-five year«. He leaves an aged widow
and m a ny fr ie nd s i n minim kia k nsu .
P. B. R k habduon .
We clip the following brief, corfeise,
and highly interesting items from the
State1 a Right» Democrat, published atr
Albany, Linn Co., Orogoa, by Mr. MJ-
month, at 11 a . m ., and 1 ». m . Also Katur-
Grant will not', visit Oregon.
Harvest has commenced in California.
Miaflouri papers please copy. ‘
Arrival sn<t Departure of Malls.
Baker county has large droves of
The mail arrivas from the Atlantic JàtateH and
A son of James Alger, was drowned at
all poinU north at 1 o’clock p . M.
At Dixie. Polk county, July Sd,^ Eugenio Car
Mail from the Routh arrivas at 11 o’cioçk a . m . Dalles.
b Valuation of property in Oregon City, oline, infant (laughter of J. W.’ and Panline
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'N renò th.
Ttie mall leaves Monmouth for the. Atlantir $600,000.
At hi» roxidence, in this connty,' May 28th,
States and *11 points north at 11 o’clock A. u.
Wheat in San Francisco, S2.4O; in 1871, of consumption. Mr. G. W. Miller, aged
Also, Cor points sooth st 1 o'clock r. M.
29 years, 4 months and 23 days.
Lettons should lie in the Pimtoflke half an
houy-before the ilepartnre of the Mail to ensure
being seat the same day.
w. W aterhouse , p . m .
' Last week a citizens' ticket was-elec-
Monmouth Market llrpu. I
ted at Dalles.
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Tire Salem OU Mill ia' making ^00
ai'TTKB, Kuos, arc
gallons of oil daily.
Butter, fresh rolls,
M o MHOCTH: «ATtruDAV. *VLT H, ls/1.
Goose lake Valley is rapidly filling. Potatoes..........
, uto with settlers.
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CANNON. General NniraDaper anil Ad
vertiaing Agarit, la our holy antboriaod agent at
BOLTER, WORTLKY & CO..
Four «jize« Con«tantly on Hand.
We are Htde Agent's fori he well-known
Hammer A Terry's Real Estate Circu
lar, for Jnlya1871 is oti our table, full of '
interesting matter, pertai,n ing to the 1
prospects and , prosperity oí our State;
TnblfsheAat Salem, Oregon.
A T bomibh ,—A promieo should l>e
given with caution, and kept with care.
A Jirotuiee should bo made by the heart,
»nd remembered by the head. A prom
ise and it« ~ '___
Mr. J. Magone in writing to the Far
mer says: “Messrs, Sherlock 4 Go., M t
52 Front street, Portland, have placed
in my hands a S3T> saddle to be offered
as a special premium at tho next State
Fair, and kft me free to name tho
branch of Oregon Industry to be stim-
ulated thereby. After mature reflection,
this is the choice I have made: It will
be giv^n to the porson who . fnrnishew
the largest number of scalps of the fol-
lowing descriptions, stating upon honor
that they ware taken from tlie animals
by the person competing, within a cer
tain time, commencing July 4th and
ending October 4th, 1R76: grey ahnir..
rels, blue iye, .and goobers. Each
IMPROVED FARM«, serf valuable un
cultivated LAND«, htcated in ALL l*rts of the
«TATE, for HALE.
■ BEAL ESTATE and other Property pur
chased for Correspondent., in thin CITY and
throughout the HTATEB anti TERBITOllIE«
with groat cats smi on the nt11.1 ADVANTA
HOVRER «nd STORE« LEAKED, LOANH
NEGOTIATED, and CLAIM« OF ALU DES-
CRII-HONH PROMPTLY COLLECTED amt
a General FINANCIAL and AGENCY BU«1-
A GENTH of this OFFICE in all ths CIT-
IES and TOWNS fn II.« STATE, will re-eira
defleriptior.il of FARM PROPERTY and forward
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of «fregón, foi
untrilth • *
- -f' y°n in this
uterprise. Umpires, Hon. M. H.
prom,»«, attended to is . <hU settled.
( Vgmly and ßt+c.Tctnry Minto.’’
lbs lain* to too aw.»«-^—
v-J. »r< aO»fHILU
A û CXT.
O O H B. I
ANI) DEAI.EBH IN
Flour. Mill Feed and Crain.
MOORES’ BLOCK. SALEM.
Main Street, Opposite Court House.
New Store !
I AM NOW PREPARED
N large sssortmont of choice
WOODEN WARE. '
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T“ T 7-
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- FRUITS, Ac., 4c.
Also, a General assortment of
BOOTS, SHOES AND GATERS.
I nc-rtign to keep only the CHOICEST ami
BEST arti^eH. tfrowlT them at a Small Profit
For Cadi. '
C. B. HTTI.EH
This is a pleasant antaeid, and, in large doses,
laxative; in simili duMM. an astringent nwdicine,
It is exceedingly useful inali bowel aflei-tions.
cffertual rettSedy tor Cholic, liiarrh.c. Cholera
Morbus, Hummer Complaint, Griping Pain,
Hour Htomacli, Ciwtivenes-, Wind on the Htom-
Cry*“« a,“i Fretting <|f. Children. In
Teething, thole is nothing d;«»!’ it. It Softens
U m > Gums, and renders teethtlit easy.
This is no humbngmediein«. gotten tip to sell, 1
in use several years, i?reoommends itsei^
-WAVING PERMANENTLY L*M ATEG AT -
M onmouth , with a.view of continuing the
Do not give your children the *• Rcothing Syr UuaineMs of G eneral M etchandíhinc ., 1 anr
ups.’’for thev’ stupefy without doing any ww- prepared to aupplj' the Community wiih all ar-
umnent good?. The "CORDIAL" is pre]>ared by tjetea to toy imr
LOOK AT THIS I !
Fur sal« by all Drnggiatai. Tim trade Rubplied
on reasonable terms. Hundred# of TeAtlnion-
ia I n can b*given upon application.
DB. W. WATERHOUSE.
Srh<M»l Book•» and NUHwbery !
Shoes, ’ Hats,
Books and Stationery
I Hixxvaaon to J. K. OiU. |
Stratton. &• AValler.
DRV O OOD^.
M y S tuck con«»,to in part of'''1-’——-
M uxmouth , O’a».
Keep constantly, on hand C handleb ' k P atfnt
W indow C urtain .
WHOLERALE A RETAIL DEALERS IN
"«■Ai.L Psorrrs are tirici R* ttbn ».'
' Monmouth. Nov. 24tli. 1H70.
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for which ttw higbect < AS1Ì
PRICE will he paid by
IndeTMOileixv. Folk ilia, Oveg<m.
1EOBGE KRAMER, having hnilt a t ow and
I Commi .lini» shop at tlie Honthect corner
of the Public btinare in Monmouth, is
ready to do, st short nati.*, and in good
-»tj-le, all work in his line. Thankful to
hto friend« for former patronage, he so-
taUs a continuance of the saune.
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Frank _t?ook, —
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Blank Book Manufacturer,
UT AviKn ERTABLIRHED A FIRST CLARR
Fl Booiibtndery in «stem, to now pmmrwd
to do air manner of work known Io the ttwle.
Hound in every style.
OLD BOOKS RE BOUND-.
re~~—A LAH’*^ STÜCK OF —
BLANK BOOK«, of miry de^viflwm. with.,
or without printed headings, mannfactured to
!* RIANOS and ORÇANS.
BL ANKS. <5 '«OT kind, ruled and printed to
D. J. tio’I MEH, Clsrt.
rrr* C«u «•■»«l Rumina
«aloni. April H1F71.
hkason alb .
G,rAqr f. WniMine. R«——1
MY MOTTO—Quick sales and
hm’i .no -’«■ »> -to!, this, inly
It ! !
C armwitive cordia I u
And vosi are hereby fo.Tther notified that said
petition was Sot tor ( hearing on Toaster. Hi
Sfh .layof Angnst, A. D. IH7f, ar
that you can be present an J show eanae, if
there he, at «aid ‘arm
jn amfal Court. w.nr.ib,.
______ A 3*4 ffttitlon shad not 1» IP’ «led.
’•taSStalmlor o' u“’ Cf”1r'
New Goods !
H tatb or Onnoos, < „
County of Polk.
THE t OUNTY COURT, STATE OF
1 Oregon, for l’olk county, at the June term
thereof; A. I>. 1K71. In tbc matter ol the estate
of John 8. Frederic deceased. T. Pearve, Adm ill-
’»tratnr. Monday, June Sth. 1S71.
To Mrs, Fannv Hmith, Mrs. Jnnanua Tiro-*
stone, B. F. Frederic, Jacidi W. Frodaric, Irene
M. Hunter, Judith E. Riclrardwm. John F.
Frwlenc and Marth* Cosper. anti to all other
Iswftil and legitimate heirs of John R. Frederic,
deceased, of said Connty and Ktato. s petition to
self the real property of said twiste rtoswrilmd tn
«aid |s-liUon as follows, to wit: -rjO.99 seres,
douatioaNo. 63. being being a parl »7 seclions
No. 15 and 16 in T. 6 «. II. 5 W. in Polk iswety,
Oregon. Probable value, #S3t».9O. Also 5 arras
in section 10 iuT. 7.«. II. 6 W. in *akl cur „,_
»nd Htaks ptvhald« value «0. Aleo.
tn sostton* M Afwl » iw T. 7 H. B. 4 to ¿"£5
«inntv and Htate. Probable valno *<,,
lot No. A in blook No. t, and 10»,
< ¡n i.isi
No, 1 in the town of Buena Yl«ta. iu saidoountv
and slate. PrahaHe vslre, M0c.'
C. B. STILES’
BEAT. ESTATE in thia CITV and FAST
«iatirtg (rfl.OTB, HALF BLOCK« and BLOCKS,
HOUSES au.1 STOKE«; sloo,
g^01“ Yewr« I have »earrhed for a Remedy
that will CURE your children by remov
ing the cauNe, and at liât I can nav ** Enroka."
Real Estate Dealer,
SFECI AL PRBMIVM.
E xchanges .—Bethany College Guar
dian, is a neat and convenient quarto of
24 oolumns, published under the auspi-
. ces of the literary societies of Bethany
. College. We place it on our exchange
list. A. C. Smith, Publisher, subscrip
tion price $2,00.
COX A EARHART,
Bowie Premium Wagon,
Which we offer at low price» and will warrant
them equal, if not superior, to any wagon in
thia or anyother faqrkot—a written guarrantee
furn wed wnh each wggon.
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T; CV«|UiUHAlt di CO.
CFPll K M>. A4 KKOXT STltEKT,
in to liavo a mammoth puh-
Collins, of Jackson oonuty, who has
t careful and competent physician.
been in the Penitentiary for eight years,
has lieen pardoned Out because he has
Miss 8vain I.rrjtH will please accept
our thanks for* the lieantifnl boqnet
she had the kindness to present. .
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Agents fur all kinds «d Agricultural Imple
ments and Hewing Machine*. Will sell low for
Cash or Produce.
PLAIN. YOUNG 4 CO. —
Orr-U««h, Gror,rlM. Boom, lk<r». »«<•
. WK ABK AOKNTH FOR TH^CKLEBRATKD
Notice 0T r inal oenlement.
Good» to DALLA«. arid are o.,u»t»iitly re
SweejMtalL« Tht*ealM!ra..~With< new improve
ments for 1871, wMch make» this the liest ceiving n«w »“d wel1 relucted gong*, oonauling
machine ever brought to this roast.
Genuine Burkiyt Reuprr and MoSver -
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C miL^TbauttWI seTrrifter^-tbM MSM. ' 1
Ibis machine stand» at the very head of . LADIK»’ DBKM AMD FANCY doOM,
American Reapers, and for strength, beauty
MINI AXD10Y8 CLOTHING,
and excellence, ha« po equal.
New York Combined Reaper and Mower
—with automatic self-raking attachments i'
two «izes. This machine is too well known
*"• to need special comasendatiuu here. Wo Hats and Caps,
guarrantae it in every reaufrft^
Boots and Shoes
New York Hand Reaper and MoWer- -
Combined, will do good work auder all cir
LADIES’ AND CHILDRENS' SHOES
Hurt’* Ragle Reaptr aa
or EVERY STYLE AND SIZE.
binetlp strong, excellent, and the cheapest in
RaMterly Reaper and MoweF--Combined.
A FULL HTOCK OF GBOCERIE8 CON
Walter Wood's Reaper and Mower—
STANTLY ON HAND:
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Burktye Mower—Four siacs.
Wooer« Mower—Two «¡zee.
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KxeelBior M&w«r—Two sizes.
Hainc'« Genuine Heavier«—With new im- HARDWARE
provom. nU 10 to 12 feet cut. ’
W oole N-G ood «, Manufactured at the Ellen
Griffin's Kvroivtng Horse Raken
dale Milla. Huch aa. Beayeni, Caaaimeruri, Hard
Horsts ' Powetw Corey’s, Sweepstakes and Time«, Tweeds, FlafmÖTrf, and Blanket*, which
PitUr all i ^ m .
we Ziffer at W holeflale and/ Retail . _
Having a deaire' to locate permanently at
Kudless < haij^Threfoterrs. *
Dahari, we wilPdeal Fairly and Jufltly with all
BcyftTebi and/«AR m , Grain Cradle»; Hav and T who öi^Tavor ua with their jiatronage.
T»__ and » -vr
Will exchangeXiaodfi for Country produce, far
which we will jay the Highteet Market ’ Price.
rows. in greift variety. Hardware,
(KT1“ Bring on your E uoh and B üftkr !
Irotf and-Steel, „ Hulm, HjMikew, ’
FelluoM, Rimn, and Axle«,
BOLTER, WORTLEY A CO. '
Ac., ■- Ac., - Ac.
lie market house.
H tu XK. I
ave removed thiib stock
Sugar, No. 1,
Tel ........j*.... .
Salem. Oregon, June 17, ü
“ choice.... ............
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E. B. Watson has retired from tire
■ —- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
OXrA Totm.-The Editor having tripod of the Jacksonville Spinel. ' Dried Apples................
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V been called to Portland, we trust hi*
a » ai
abHence will be deemed full apology for
dhy - oooi ».
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„ v- tiary from Portland last week.
any errors which may occiir during his .. J
-. Casflimere......... . tt - t . . . .....................$1
k_ 1 . . . . ........................
sojourn in tTiai city-
Robt. Rose had his leg broken in, a rr_,
! 1VOT1CE IH HEREBY GIVEN,. THAT AT
-kv the Jipic term of the County court for
mine in. Josephine county last week.
” ” county,
~ *’ Ireland
• was ap
pointed administrator of the estate of John It.-.
A ll Q vibt .—Tho Fourth Ttf~ July j: Another motion has Ireen filed for a
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passed entirely unnoticed by our ci»- new trialin the case of Mrs. Fair.
ttgsinst said estate, erp Tetpiestdd to. present the I
same to me at-tny rosidonce near Monthunth.
izens; most, of them having gone to
CropS in .
Oregon have suL
Corvallis to attend grand celebration .
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY HoiMHN »I CHURCHILL.
. at that place. We believe all returned
n.JL r,> r.iK- sih 7 i
a - n t
Gen. Tiiort. F. Bourse, chief of tlie
Monmouth^ Polk Co., July 8, 1871.. Jtlwt
fully satisfied with U»Kr day. enjoy-
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Gate kllnwli......................................... .’...:
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There were 16 Chinese houses burned i I Flour, beiil (I* bbl.)..................
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N«w G oods .—Brother H. Lindsay, ¡n Boise City on the 20 ult.
BITTKU, EUOH, PV
having replenished his already large
Hon. A. L. Turner died at Anmtaille, Butter. ft . .....................................•:...
Egg», P doz .......... ....................
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and elegant stock Pf dry goods is now AUrinn county, last Monday, aged 158.
t TKTOE MATTER W THE ESTATE OF
“ready-to supply his customers with any- , The Congregational church now be
'■ thing they wish, and at prices to suit
County Court, Polk county, Oregon. *>The un-
Krtgar, N q . 1, VJb...
12N durxignwl Executors of «aid retata huriug tiled
8ugar, No. 2,
s------ Ulte times.
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entate, ‘are heroby notified to appear in Mid
Tea, choice ►...»..x
Jnat 100 marriage license« issued by Haleratu»........... ..
12 H court, on Tuenday. the Sth day of Augunt, 1H71,
■ S trayed . —Dr. J.Ti; Grubbs offers1 a
and ahow can»6, if any there b*. why the name
__ —»IWP IBj n’.
reward for the returti <Sf A rehmble Ibu Clsrk of Marion cqunty in the past k-
f- flTiouM .not Ro allowed. H R. W atsg *.
Dried apples ...^..i .............
S anfobd W atson , J r .
Dried pears..... *........................
hone. Hee advertisement.
By order of J. H. Myar, Judga.
A ■* 20
The second trial of Douglas for kill
dry - muoodh .
M oke D bugb .—A. D. 4 A: P. Wfftler ing Holbrook is in progress at Idaho Caflsimere .. 7. r. * * . 5...
Oregon Flannel.... .....................
are constantly receiving large supplies City.
Beaver............ ...... ............... .. .,.
Of fresh drugs. Call and see them.
Fred Scliwatka, of SAje.m, has just Tweed.
graduated at the West Point Millltary Muslin........... ,...
M r . R. R. P arrish .—The enterpris- Academy.
S tat » or Ousih, 4
County of Polk.
ing and gentlemanly proprietor of the
J AMANDA. J M.. AND W P. CON-
Independence harnoss shop, ever haldA 7 ¡ncije(, hi«TT.
way, heirs of Rebecca Conway, daughter of
deceased, resilience, Cedar creek County, Mo.
himself in readiness to nttend to the
John and Irene Wood, minor heirs
Coal, lead and limestone have been
wants of his friends and the rest of
Wheat, best white Ft bushel,
#1 10t®. ..
of Mary E. Wisst, .laughter, of deceased, resi
Oats, U bu.................... ................................. «1® « dence Benton Co., Oregon. Lavina Clark, Car
mankind in general.
Flonr. l>e«t. V seek, (I4 barrel)
2 00® .. lin
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Patterson, , William
Tstom. . ............
Hay, W ton .................... "......................... 15 00®16 Q0 Holmnou-^sbim, all rosidentH of Polk Co., Or-.
baled p ton............ 20 00®
agon, and Geo.
Ta tom, residence Idaho Terrl-
D klaynd .—Several communications
A soldier near Vancouver was terribly
Oorn Meal, M th ...............................
««« f 8 torr..
came too late for publication this week. and perhaps fatally ent last week by a Buckwheat Flour, V ft -------------- -- „. 10® ■
Heim of Richard TaU»m, deceased of «aid
IS 00® ... County ami State: You and each of you are
Bran f' ton,
Will appear in our next.
hereby notified that Jaa. Tetoui., Adminiatrator
of the estate of said dcceawMl, did on the 3d
Horace greeley doelines the invita Chickens, dreaflcd, each *..................
1 500*5 00 day of July, W71, file in the Probate Court of
per dawn... ....................
T bacbkm AM ociation .— We call at tion to com« to Oregon this year.
1 00®l 25 «aid county a petition to sell certain real pro^F-
tention to a communication from Mr.
M1TF.ll, E4MIS, ETC.
ortv <>f said f*tate, and dem-ribed hi said petitic*
The Washington Territory Peniten Butter, freah rhlls,
an follows, to wit: Tx4 No. (6) six. in block No.
Henderson, in reference to a Teachers
XM 87 (4) fopr; the name l>eing laid down and nun-
tiary to be bnilt on McNeil island Dear ai. «St;;-':::-:.??:
Association, to be held at McMinville,
15® 20 bered on the plat« of Isaac Leven’« aildition to
Steilacoom, will cost 8250,000.
20<ft 25 the said town of Dallafl. Polk county. Oregon;.of
Clieeaa. Oregon prime, U ft
Yamhill county. *rhis is - move in
15» 15 the probable value of 6200. A ml.you are here
People came from Washington Ter Uni. V ft....................................
the right direction and is worthy of the
by further notified that «aid petition watt «et for
hearing by the Probate Court, on Tuesday. the
support of all true friepdaof education. ritory and California to attend the *
6th day of August, A. D. 1H71. at 1 o'clock, p. m .
Christian Campmeeting in Polk connty,
of «aid day, aud you can then ami there be pres
ent and jdK>w can«e, if any there be. at said time
M edical .—The ca?il of J. 0. Grubbs last week.
why tin* prayer of said petition shall nut’be
A. M., M. D., appears thia week. Dr.
Zed Wilson and the negro Ward have
Done bv order of tho Court, at the July term
1 G. is too well and favorably known in both been indicted by the Grand Jnry
thereof, A. D. 1871.
this locality to reqnire any extended of Multnomah connty for tnhrder in the
Wiinepfl mv hsawi and official seal, this, July
the 5th, A.I). 1H?1.
^remarks from us. We confidently reo- first degree. .
. Jlhrl —
D. J. HOLMES, Clerk.
reaunenil him to the afflicted as a
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