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About The Christian messenger. (Monmouth, Or.) 1870-1877 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1871)
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j by neat» oj aotye lucky caahefe, which
I every one In qua. ia in store fftl.hilP.
A V V El ¡TKEMEJÍTS.
Books arid Stationery AGRICULTURAL
connKiinnlcJ at the genoml meeXin/,
Not when tliST.outiding béai t dçth KSp- ’
‘‘WiiiC n for the M< sen; 'MT.
For whatever purpose they nre p°
Wirb joy, ami all thy »pirii» keep
bile many are siucerely deàiriug. to j which U I* lie of the ebeif persona of
rnitted or gdndueted, lotteries are u • tax
„ A jubilee of praise;
know just wliut the spirit i> saying' to
on the community. .They have, in
Not wlieif would.filtatru.t die light
- t -
It. -When any place of »pecisl.obscri-
-us, in the Holy Volume it may uot - be
, That shines, in all its radi incv briglrt
Ai and IR-low v Portland Prices ! 11
ty is doubted of, letters to? be directed
. -ÜPPO thy jsptang day».
uninteresting to givo-a brief notice of
STRATTON & WALLER,
cKiiueuta pf various countries ut«»«*«»
I by auth.oiiy^U» anui\ .to- any, l&wuefl
tbo history of that book-.Waiving, for
[Suce«.-.->>ors to J. K. Gill.
Hut In flie hour.wlion sorrow’» pall.
Ì ’ means of raising revenues, but being
T. CUNNINGHAM & CO., t
jin tho land for Lis judguK’iiO in such a
Uwui thy cherished hopes.»hull full,
the preseut, its history from its authors
found to exert a mischievous influence STATE STREET.
S alem , " -
v* r.. -
’ pla.’o. . '
or original nvntera down. I wjl| only
t npnn^he pedple.^tlie practice Laqueen
7—tXTcUfiWtti ’ba wyt ■ fron ■e<f!'v
Nipea]r in»w, ot the citouiiistances Con
abolished. To Use the language of an
i bishop; to ths tost of 'bis clergy, lid-
Aiul let 4y grteviiig goul be tanghi
nected with our present translation, or
Offer for sale thé following spenditi M-
other, “the pota- «re invited by them
To tiyuipathize with me.
monishing them of this tianslation in
soHment of machines:
what is deijoniinak-d "the authorized
i ratlu-r than the rich. They are diver
Then, wl|Ciiith? throbbing, lueiluwcri heait
hand; aud-ty move aniL charge as u utiy
version?*’ Tam constrained to do tlris
ted from persistent labour and patient
Le'qw up tò meet tlie tours tJiat »tart
as, being skilful in the tongues, have
because many itesire’to know thu. truth,
1 tiirilt, by the hope of sudden and splen
Sweepvtrtkc Threshers...With now improve
taken pujus in that kind, to send bis
ments for 1871, which makes this the best
while berhaps others d<J not so desire,
O then in that deep time of thought,
machine over brought to this coast.
i particular observutions'fo the company,
May I, not sel.bni, nor unsought,
or for want of access to authentic his
Genuine Buckeye Reaper und Mswer-r
' principle of all these schemes to with
either at Westminister, Cambridge, or
- By fttnoy’n power be nigh.
Combined hand and self-raHera—three sixes..
tory ou this subject they may bo labor- '
hold a large part of their receipts, a
This muchhio stands at . the very head of
AnJ ili the tranquil four of night,
ing under excusable ignorance.
American Reafiers, and for strength, beauty
necessary loss falls upon a class, which
j - .13. The directors in each company to
at|d excellence, has ho equal.
When rtttte «iicnt, nud the right
Archbishop Parker obtained author;- j
o? all in tlie community, can least afford
be tl !*■< .insY'f Wedurnrist. r and Ciie-i-
Yoi k Combined Reaper and Mower
Is lifted Up above-*
tv from Queen Eljz ib-.fR t<>■ revise the
i to bear it.” Some years ago the gov
—with automatic self-raking attachment-
Then, whe n the api rite of those hours ■
aud theJKing'a pra-.l.
various.existing'transliitions, and with ;
two sizes. This machine is'too well knowri
ernment of France suppressed lotteries,
Steals down upon our noble i>uuei»,
fessors in Hebrew and- Greek, iu each I
to neeiT special commendation heré.
the assistance of a number of bishops, >
and in January of tbo next year 6’25,000,
Iu purity aud. love—
guarrantee it in every respeei.
was published iu 1568 what was kilowq ,
New York Iland Reaper and Slower-*-»
00ft friHics more were deposited in the
I _ ■ Then. vVbCTi the pensive moonbeam, fall,
Combined, will da good work undctall cir
aS." the Biaiaop» Bible.” • This was tiie .
In silvery aplcndur ovd? all-L
j : Savings Ranks ol Pari > alpne, thanr in
when they agree belter with the text ’
authorized and common version in '
Burt’s Eagle Reap« r an ’Mower—Com
the same month of • the proceeding School Books
Tbo lawn and every trea—
England for 1'1 years. Ôn thé lltlito-,*
bined, -strong, excellent, and the cheapest in
Then, when our souU.'purseKea are Kist ' year.
This fact alone demonstrates
Tiudiils, Mathews, Coverdales, White-i
In ilptiire» |mid tbo starry host—
16th of Jaunary 1LKIJ, a conference .was
-their evil teudeueyju a mkro economic
Easterly Reaper and Mower—Combined.
<}, tutm, reaumber me.
held at Hampton Court palace, nt the
Walter Wood’s’ Red per and Mower-^
point of viqw.
The above nre tlie “ru lea’.’ prescribed 1 :
Âml i}Mu.h-beh>v\l frlenff, there‘s yetan hour
instance-of King J.iims 1st, bet
Between the great majority of the
l;y King J imas in'the translation and 1 H ‘ When I’d invoke the memory’»» puwur,
Buckeye Mower—Four sizes.-
CUareh of England
community, ajpl other species of gam
uiJd the .a
*’di^sentitfgi’ miniriora in r évi s'i oi<-or o ùr prése nt Tran’lati inn, VV ! -,x - J
Wood’s Mower—Two sizes.
ing, there is a barrier, in tliiScircum-
fc’Tis jxot'among the gathered croUd.
desireable Lmighl give n brief li
Kxeelslor Mower—Two àizet».
order tn effect a generi union W wee if
\\ livn apeech is fiif and w ord-', are loud,
otalices of the plage ami company, which
Hu lut’» Genuine Headers—With new ini-
■ of the New Testament from .tiro apos-
Of friendrfri^swV bnt vain!
provomenta—Tp to 12 feet cut.
A uams /
must biOaore dr less openly encoun
ties dowteto KM".
Burl’s t llppir . uud - Griffin’s Sulky
revision of the Bible a- King James ap
■•.. . j
But wLen thou bi I qu !, and alone,
tered to indulge in them, and the loss
peared to bo more liberated from tli>A .
Benneth before tho .Mercyz throne,
of cast and Credit, which surely follows
Griffin's Revolving Horse Rukes.'
shackles ofrHome than'the prelates of
To. offer up tliy prayer—
Horse Powers—Corey's, Sweeps takes and
tlie fact of being considered ft game
If no ^yhere else I ever J! nd
.. Pitta—all size«/
his chuychz For. while tlie > l.itt vr op.
KuillejM t'hutn Tiirewhexs<
. posed .a revision,*Abe King desired to
A v 0■"•u'.c^t > r— L» thy mind,
B fft'lotteries offer facilities for gam
compromise in yeilding f<i l/fs puritan C oh . ivr .was sued the other day. lie ;
Scythes and Snaths, Grain'Cradles, Hay and
. Grain forks, Stoves, Plows and Har
ing secretly, and without personal Con
■»•firiends, and yet with sueh protective -took it piHkhwphicaHy.. Heat* lutn?
rows, ló gn at variety. Hardware,
tact with "SoiTtitluI character«, or per1
su*1* Htfta. Knulgai,
* safe-guard», u-nllowed his e'.rti,'h to l’e-
FelloS», I’liiis, and Axles,
• sons of evil repute. Tlie purchaser of
47puil my bendoddiRW—- - -__
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r— • taiu those convenient little practices tuii^ were iUuaMBated -veiUHilay l»y the. I . _
Aihy - Ac., - Ac,
O, in tbat hour a lien mercy*, sought,
w ■ ni 1! i. . AX the ■ Hamp- rubicund vi. Age of our friend Constable |
Sheet M lisie, J¿tC._ h
A f. ;.•.ue.nMWÜ f 1!„ 1:ÿ*L______ _
Many apparently-rcspeetubleand indiis-
•* ton coitrt eoafercm'e vr. Heynol.lA on
JLwill rem, mliar thee!
trious people, bare kept themselves im-
-tears in his eyes. he proceeded’ to real
bcjialf of the ’'dissente rs'' :aal [S
proverislied all their lives, in tlfe pur-
Ftiller’s church • History. ..Book X.) 4 very iituoly wriutvd- blank on which
suit^pf a fortune by the ptireliase of lot- i
’ May your majesty be pleased tlrat the, our name figured cqnspicuonaly with,
;---- -A LABOy STOCK OF-------
Bible be now translated:
Such as ure that of Ju.sUee Klein.
extant not rciswering tTio ' original'?**.
■‘'To cut shorUn long article, we were
«n> d! Were you ever sued, ’rciiiTei?
(Here giving a few examplesr)
Biabep of London—"If every Hian’s Nice, aiu't it? \Ve put our .pen behind
-h;iiii'i:)r might be f'dlowcT, tbero wo.n’.l buF ear and looked wise at tlie officer.
l> > u-.s-e-l of translating..!*
- King James—"I. profess I could iur :;:i editor-was newjo liiyT. Hdiev;
never yet see a Biblivwi 11 .translated in < r im:igíuedTKSrín1ythÍHg could begot
English;Jjut.i t'hjuk. that of ul!, that out of ’ tli-nv féHet»'- by sit i ng— we ilid n’t
oaf GullCXA is the-wor.-t. I v.;i-a sOr.ie citliry. We don't now."
[From tbc Oregon Chiifchinan.]
j ter;, tickets. Often, very often com
Gaining pf whutever'kind, whether I paratively, the last-words or message of
Iritjip'sieuliy WkODg or not, in its eon- a Mïtêide,TevEitls the fietthat »uocea»-
bcqiiences is only evil. Miyiey—any-, jve delusions and disuppointuieuts, re
tiling valuable—obtained ’by ciiauae, sulting iti blighted holies, lieggary aud
without a consideration or just equiv- < n sinful death, have been-the direct re
aient, tends' ever, iifid in all way», to sult of gaming in lotteries. ‘
There is no «tense or justification for
the,, iiiiï’at .find economical injury -of
the recipient.' A dollar obtained ut theiii. In i^l their effects and conse
F'.-ur '&-» Cou»tantly on Hand. ;
PIAKOÇ AND ORGANS
fly* Call and Exanii^t our "Stock.
■.Salem, April 11, «71«
Stoves and Tinware!
Which We offer at low prices and will warrant
' them ( <|ual, if not superior, io any. wagon in
,i this or w other market- a .written guar ran tee
fumisod w|th each wagon. <
BOWIE IJREMIUM WAGON!
‘1%’Ct'NNINGHAM *k CO.
gaming tends to impair the moral sense quences they are only evil in both an
‘‘The artof snmgfs as?ienee. Young iiithe way, thoqgli, perhaps, in a dess ’ economical and moral point of view.
epeeial psi mt--twetalta»; fwr-uu-uaiforni
translation, wbieli, shonl.l be douo by Inw v. : y h > are atis.i,m> tór suits sot le- degree, as obtained by theft’ or fraud. Let the law be enforced against themt
h.-'t;..:;; f^r fi^ii. Old «¡MM i The experience of the world is uniform . befoye it is too late to stem or drive I UNTOLE: PKT DEBVCE
tlio best learned in both niiiv.nsities:
then revise.f by the bishops; presented however, never do anything of lhe kind ! -rpon this subject. In proportion us a J back the .#• flood of evil which
to tlm privy coimcil; lastly ratified by , unlesk they . <-an get sifmothing. YVe -people indnlgirin gambling, they be- -4beir train.
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royal authorily, to ba^read in the whole t nevir kne.v anybody to get anything Cotue loafers^ idlers, cheats and»knaves.
Of.course we do n®t mean to be un- I
where there wasn't
ash t iinytliiug
apytliiug to lie had.
church, aud no other.”
‘‘We hope tltey
’n get a judgement dersiood as saying", that all persons !
: The bishop,opposed the proje t till
hq saw that it pleased the King and against ns; then we hope . they’ll take j who'gtauhlearedishonest—even in gam- |
that he was determined to h ive it exe- ■ out'an execution; and lastly, we beg ing. But that such is the 4ta*id»ney <>£
rated. ‘ In consequm e of this resolu they'll ‘execute it. .If we’ve got any winning or losing money at games or
tion of the King tifty-four persorjs were property we’d like to know it. They devices of chance,, or mixed skill and
S. L. FENNER & CO
appointed for this work, some W these might garnishee a lot of other fellows we chance, there is no doubt. All game- |
mil-t Imv e die I «< r otherivi-•
JVK OPENED AND ESTABLISHED
a Stove and Tin Store at thè abovo named
tilted as only forty-seven are found iu If theyljeehafp tliey.'U commence on Drought up guipblers. Many such per
place; [with tbo largest stock of
•OFFICB VO. Gt PROST STIll'.ET,
Fuller’s list. The names of the.persons, George Selineid'r. We owe liiin fora sons are protected, in a greater or less
the pbv^s where cinpi .ved, ./r.d th.’ glass of beer. If they would get that it degree, from the evil effects of gaming
proportion of work alb '.ted t r-cd;!: would help a little. Failing in this, by the. lasting influence of flip whole
company (Jiaving In e.n divided to six we recommend them to nttaeh nj>ox <it some nurture and education which they
HEAT. ESTATE inShi» CITY and EAST And Box SitoxTcia
companies^ I will omit. But the rijles soiled" p.wer collars we have pn hand. ■ received iu-their'youth. But let a gen- PORTLAND, in the mo»t desirable localities, coa Ever brought to Polk * county, and at prices or
rtatola . fLtlTS. HALF 11LOCKS and BLOCKS,
low as any place this side of
lai 1,down by thoKing for thmr . flirre- They have not lug n turned yet, and '-eratipn be brought up to game for a llpt'SEd and STORES; also,
tliey might use tho cloaii side. If this ; living, or aÀ a pursuit, or pleasure, and
.tion I will give. .
TMPPOVED FARMH. and valusbl« un-
j its baneful fleets will be manifest with-
“Naw, for_Jhe b\-It’.- ordering of wftu’t do we are nnaVlo to help them.”
pultivated LANDA, locateli in ALL parta of thè
; outqnalifications. Among such »people, STATE, for SALE.
their proceedings his majesty recom
j honesty in the acquisition, of wealth, or
mended the following rules’, by thehi to
moderation, or morality in the use of
.REAL ESTATE and other Property pttr-
'be most carefully observed:
Be frank with the world. Fraukucss
cl:a-<sl far Correspondents, in this CITY and
it, is almost unknown. .
1. Tlio ordinary Bible...avoid in the is the child of honesty »jnl courage.
t’aroiiglmut the STATES, and TERRITORIES
We liave been moved to make these with great rare and on the most ADVAN'TA fi¿“Wt aiiealso P repared to Do-tftifl i
Church, Commonly called, the Bishop’s Say-jMat whut you me'aji to do on every
trite remarks upon an old subject, on GEOUS TERMS.
Bible, to I m 1 follo wed and as little ultei r-d occasion, and take it for granted you
mean to do what is right. If a friend* account of the-sudden impulse which
us the original wiH’|>erniit., —
HOUSES M>d STORES LEASED, LOANS
Ai-x. K inds , ix A F irst -Ci..vsa M a . vnv . r . I
ha» lately been given to lotteries and NEGOTIATED,'ami CLAIMS OF AL DES-
lb The nam s of th^ prophets ami the I asks you a favor, yptl should grant it
CRI”TIONH PROMPTLY COLLECTED and
holy writers, with the other names in j if it is reasonable; ahd if it is not, tell
a General FINANCIAL and AGENCY BUSI-
f£Z" Couimnr M erchants Furnished at the I
Lowest Wholesale Rates.
the text, to be retained os. neay as may“ him plainly why you cannot. Yon will
be accordingly as they’ are vulgarly wrong him ind wrong yourself by equiv
AGENTS of this OFFICE in all the CIT
which the demon oFgambling assumes,
0G7* T ii g Pt’cuc are invited to Call and Ex- 1
ocation of any kind. Never do a wrong
IES and TOWNS ih tbo STATE, will loceive amine BEFORE going olaewhore.
fof the purpose of securing toleration de* riptioris of FARM PROPERTY and forward
B L. FENNER A CO.
3. Tbo old eelexiastical words to bo Lthing to make a friend or to keep one;.i in au anti-gaming community, and se- i the same to the above address.
kept, viz. as tiie word (f-hnrcli} not to the man who requires you to do so is
J. S. CHi t« HILL, AOKXT,
deafly purchased; 'anil at a sacrifice. dueing votaries to its shrine, the most
N. B.—A ll R epairing and J ob W ork done
• Ire translated congregation, etc.
IsnrrsxDrxcs, O reooh .
_____ and Disiateli ___
tinsidions is the device, of lotteries.
as I 1 _____
am a 1 Practical
I. When’any word hath divers sig Deal kiiidly aud liraily with all men,
8. L. FENNER.
Independence, March 27, 1871.
H 25 tf
nifications that to lie kept which bath and you'll find it a policy which wears
■Library lottery, iu San Francisco, this
boeu most commonly mo l by tbo most best. Above all, do not appear to oth-
' species of gambling schemes in spring-
Mothers, |'ve Found |t ! !
eminent fathers being agreeable: to tlio . era what yon are not. If you have any
ringup all over theeonntry,—some of
propriety of the place and the analogy
them being of sufficient magnitude and
I effrontery to aspire to bo called "Na-
' is no more dangerous experiment, than
■ pr Y.nr. 1 have irartllrd for a flrmedy
5. The division of chapters tb be
. tiunal.” To think of such__ a.thing as.a.
fl lltat will CURE your children by remov
, that of unde/foEing to lie one tiling to
altered,'Cither not at all or as littlfe as
ing the cauiie, and at last I can »ay "Eureka."
j ‘‘National Lottery,” projected and
1 a man’s face, aud another behind his
may be, if necessity so require.
■j managed by private parsons for private
buck. We should live^ act and speak
6. No marginal noMs at all to be af- |
: ends, being openly tolerated in the Ro-
fixed but only for the explanation of] out of doors, as the pbraaes is, and say
i and. du-—what we should he ‘ willing ; public of the United States!
the Hebrew or Greek words which can I
It is apparent that in the neighboring Iron and Sptrt-1. Hubs, Spalces, Rim», «fccw
not, without some circnmloeiition, so ! i should lie ’known and read
State of California, the people have al-
briefly and fitly bp crjircssed in the '
O regon .
P ortland ,
. ready become much corrupted and de
ciple, but as^a matter of polity.
moralized on the subject of lotteries,
7. Such quotations of places to be ; C hig . nons .—Chignorts are doomed ! At a cer- i ! and unless a wholesome public senti-
GEO. BOOK KB. -
W. K. ROBERTS.
m-arginally set do.wu as shall serve fBr j ■taiii fdHhionabJe wedding, the other <lav, it was | ; meiit is aroused against them, the pes
BOOKER 4c ROBERTS, .
the fit reference of onu scripture to jan- noticed that some of the belles eame, “in their | tilence will soon spread over this State
oxfii liai»,* doije up in a braid behind the ears, or I
Auction and Commission Dealers
with impunity, although our laws ex-
: twined gracefully around the head. G<»od-byor <
fi. Evdry particular man of each 1 horrible old monstrosity! Let ns give theft to J I pressively prohibit this form of gam-
Indeed, lottery** tickets were In King ft Gillette's Block, Main Street.
company to take tlie same cbapp-r or I tlio V»A«e-ban clulwjand have an end to tliiw- bur- 1 j bling.
f Tbw is a pleasant antacid, and, in large dotea,
chapters and having translated oramen- i den we have earrie^ao Ion«- The chignon, like i [_p.ubliely purchased
KT"’ Particular attention given tecommisrioD laxative; in Ninall d«*w, a*» a*irii>genl mwlicjiii?.
here from, or
It im exceedingly uaeful in all bowel affections,
. Zled tlii’m severally by himself, wheii he !■ many ..good things, lias ’been abuaedr^-It | through agents passing between, here ■■ I r 1
especially of t hildren. Il is a «afe, certain and
ctteviual rtjntedy for Cholic, Diarrhui, Cholera
thinks good, all ttf meet together, con
j»nd San Francisco. District attorneys L.,BLAIN.
B. E. TOUXG.
. thin or no hair, and was a small mako-ljelieve i
Morbus, Hurmuor Compiaint, Griping Pain,
fer what tirey have done, and agree for ' braid. «Then it grew with the imagination of j and grand juries, who hail taken an oath
Bour Bto’mach, Costivenes , Wind on the.Btom-
BLAIN, YOUNG & CO.,
* Cry mg and Fre tting of Children. In
ttierr pfirt what ahull stand. X- ,
Rhoptrten, and loeapie a bag of ‘hoi^a liair. wiili. i to prosecute all offenders against the
Teethings there te nothing equals it. It soften»
—-»- •DEALERS Of----- .
nvnlft of huirían
¡/air running over
ovei it. Those-] 4 hiw, shut their eyes to this violation of
0. As> nn'y one .company hath dis; a nvnlut
the Gem*, and Anders teething easv.
...1 »?i-...... t ’ ............. »»•__. .
Thia is n«> humbug medicine, gotten up to sell,
patche’d any one bqok irt this ihanner, .1..
• it and permit it to pass unquestioned, Dry-GotyU, Groceries Boot«,
■ tdlt a rrilly valuable preparation, hawttg lieen
they shall send it to the east to be con
drille bar rooms, hotels and other pub-
! in mNJNVeral years, it recommends itself *
man head wjth thiaoffvnaivo addition. A "pretty ■
Ag«nte for all klftd* of Agricultural Imple
Do not give your children the *• Bcothing Syr
sidered ¿f’ seriously and judiciously;
Replaces of this city, lotteries called ment*
and Sewing Maehinw. Will wll low for ups,” tor they stnpefy without doing anv per*
jittlo l.eaul” i^a thing of the paat, tot tu hope,
for his majesty is very careful’ on thia also, of the future.
ruffie i are continually being conducted Ca*h ofr Produce. ■ 'BLAIN, YOUNG A CO. t manent
~ | good. The ” CORDIAL” te prupoted by
for tbo sale or disposition of all sorts of I
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A« the seal leave« a mark of itself in the wax, articles ol property, withont'let or hin-
" 16. If any one company upon the
A\’ Jiea t AVn 111< •< i !
review of the book so sent shall doubt wIierel^LALteJ^m wn, so it in with every one wta>. ' flrance. And so this spirit of gambling
M omxovth . O’oir.
ha.4 a readiness th forgive others; for by u tho
or differ upon any places, to send them
i*he nndpr»i|?n<*1 wi»he» to bny (20,000) twcn\
For «ata by all Druggists. The trade supplied
Christian may knt»w that Gyd hath sealed die is lieing encouraged to tlie neglect of le
ty thousand bu»ltete merchanable wheat. High on reasonable terms. Hundreds of Testimon
word thereof, note
the" places, and fjrgivench of hi* win* upon Lis heart - C<
gitimate callings invoking labour, with est
cash price pawl by
J. C„ BELL.
ials can be given upon application. Adilrem
tlp’rcwithal " ’nd their foason». towuioh ■
thch'Opcof being able, to lire in idleness 1
DR W. WATERH9U8E.
Real Estate Dealer, U
SAN FItJkX CISCO
II A\R D W A II K-
We »re Bota Agent’s fbr tlie well-known
Try It! * Try It!
cordia X i
Salem, Orcgolr, June 17,
CLOTHING, GROCERIES, ■
DRESS GOODS, TRIMMINGS,
BOOTS AND SyOES.
UT** Farmer» will-find it to their advantage
to call and examine our stock. All kinds of
Produce taken, and a Fair Prjee paid.
Cheap I Cheap !
than Ever !
BOLTER, WORTLEY & CO.,
f E llzmd ^ l . x B tobe . ]
ave removed their stock of
Goods to DALLAS, and are constantly re
ceiving new and well selected goods, consisting
LADIES’ DRESS AND FANCY GOODS,
MENS’ AND BOYS’ CLOTHING,
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes.
LADIES’ AND CHILDRENS’ SHOES
or evert »rvi-r. and size .
A FULL STOCK OF GROCERIES CON
STANTLY ON HAND.
HARDWARE AND CROCKERY.
W oolen -G ood », Manufactured at the Ellen*
Rale Mills. Buch as Heaven. Caasimerea, Hard
Times, Tweed«, Flannels and Blankets, which
we offer at-Wholesale and Retail
Having a desire to locate permanently at
Dallas, we will deal Fairly and Justly with all
who may favor us with their patronage.
Will exchange Goods for Country produce,
which we will pay the Hightest Market Price.
(¿7* Bring on your E ggs and B uttf . h I
BOLTER, WORTLKY # Cft
OULD INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND
the public that he is »till at theOld Stand
hammer in hand, bellowa
puffing, and tiro
roaring, ready to do all
Kind« rtf work A A in hi» lineespecially
ing, and sharpening plow»
ironing and repairing »Mgona, shoeing norae..
Mid whatever else can lta4one in iron or ateel,
Teriun, poiltlvrly Cash or Produce.
Book & Job Printers,
UH Front street, Portland, Oregan.
¿7" ALL KIND« OF COUNTY PRINTING
U>d BOOK-BINDING to order, Bt reasonably
Feb. 18—nol.y ,
AD accenni, dna aie MUST I» paid ta DO day,
. —R. CLARKE,
Dista, MT 31 >’7L