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Town & couriTY hews;
DALLAS, SATURDAY, FEB. It, 1871.
Latest New York Gold Quotations Ill
Legal Tenders in Portlands
wax 99 Selling. .........91
Dallas Prodace and Commission Market.
Ootrected Weekly, by O. B. Stiles, People's
ttercnant, Main ft tree t, units, uregon.
WHEAT $1 $bah.
OATS 40 44 .
FLOUR j 15 5 $ hbl
- Sks$l 37 $1 50.
CORN MEAL 4e. $ B.
. BEANS $e. ft.
BACON Sides. IS 1 5c $ ft.
Shoulders. 8e. to IQe. $ tb.
HAMS 14 lc ft. r
l'ORK Dressed, cents.
Pickled, 8c to lOc. ft.
BUTTER Firkins 29 25e ft.
.. .. Rolls, 34 to ,17 J ft.
. EGOS I0c.$ dea. ,
LARD Balk, 10c? tins, 12 J
POTATOES From Wagon, $1 bahL
ONIONS l 50 bnsheL
r Dri4,5 oft.
CHEESE New Oregon, 2Q 25c & ft.
CHICKENS $2 2 50 do.
TURKEYS 74 $1 each. .
Tkose indebted to the Oregon Rbpcblic
will confer a favor by furnishing us some
I t. : ..V :l I L.- A noah k II .
There will be a Grand Ball t Gal wick's In.
dependence on the 22d inst.
Judge Hayden was here in attendance upon
the County Court during the week.
The County Court u in Season this week,
with considerable busiaes, JuJje Myers
CC. Lewis has sold his stuck of goods to
John Way mire, G. B. Stiles has puachased the
entire stock of groceries of the firm of Laugh
Mr. L. Lacghary ot the late firm of Lauirli
cry and Collies will go to Kalama soou t.. tn
gage in business, he Is a good man and ; o w
gentleman, we hope he will make as uxAr.y
twenties as he can lift.
Stiles ean beat the world as a wholesale aad
retail grocer. He sells eheaper than any other
smother lot of new goods. First eoae first
man and make money at it. lie is now receiving
aXet ready. fT h JUTi in Dallas o ext
TVednendsj i?t It wdii be a grand affair, and
the Supper will be prepared by Mr. & Mrs.' S.
C Stiles who are among the few who are fully
competent to get the thing np just right.
. i McGlnley's Theater troupe performed here
Wednesday and Thursday nights of this week.
Everybody laughed to their heart's content.
The troupe left here yesterday morning in
Capt Lafollette and Mr. Crawford, his clerk,
-was in towa, and gave us ,a eall this week.
The Captain is looking as fresh and hopeful
as ever, and as jet shows no signs of demoral
ization by Grant's new Indian policy.
Kalama has six stores and nine eating sa
loons, and a whiskey shop which stands out in
the river, a very appropriate place for an insu
lation of that kind, and the sooner the props
gives oat the better for the people of the new
One of oar oldest eitixens has left us, no
more to be seen among the haunts of men on
earth. Green Savery Is dead. He was a god
citizen and neighbor; he was social and
straightforward in aft his dealings with bis
fellow mas. He has been blind for nearly a
year, and for some time has been afflicted by
paralysis ; but his afflictions are over. Peace
to bis ashes. He leaves a family, with whom
vre sincerely sympathize.
The Hon. Jack Grant one day last week did
of deliberation and mallice aforethought kill
three panthers in the county of Polk,' and
State of Oregon, by shooting them then and
there, in the eyes, with a gun, then and
there loaded with powder ' and shot, the pan
thers then and (here being and all quietly sit
ting on the limbs of a large tree in the woods,
contrary to the statnte forbidding cruelty to
animals, and against the peace and dignity of
ttie panthers of Oregon.
WE HAVE THE PROOF t
'That Bristol's fiarsaparilfa and Pills are re
liable and certain remedies for heart disease,
rheumatism, dyspepsia, liver complaint, and
scrofula in its different forms and stages. Pby
AiaM of the highest standing have certified
ito tbeae facta, and we Invite all who enteitain
doubt to rs4 our Bristol's Almanac, circulated
re in this country, wherein ars poblished the
ertilcate ta lalU 681.
The Queen of Perfumes I
Mdhrat k LavvsVa Florida Water Inrig
orates and strengthens the weak and debilitated,
sooths and aulats the nervous and excitable,
and lndncs healthful slumber to the weary and
pSk there age counterfeits, buyers mast be
sure to get the genuine perfume, prepared only
by Laninao A Kemp, i, Y. sole proprietors.
To averti Til la one of the grandest tri-
umpng or human skill. Tbjs trtumpo . &
achieved by Dr. Walker's Veuktailb Vim
(BAR BlTTKBS. ThavKnfl1 nn firtlfv and ranA
ihn .1 VII . f .
the elemental eauses of disease. Hence their
emeacy as a preventive and protective me med
icine, in districts where the air and water ara
jmpure. ine weakest and most susceptible or
ganizatian is rendered proof against all disor
Ardere by taking one or two doses as a preren
London, Feh. 7. The Telegraph
has the following from Parts, under
date of Feb. 3d :
Meetings are held and becoming
more demonstrative. Speakers demand
the arrest and trail of those who sun en
der the city. The Libel Republican
Committee has declared that the Gov
crnment of the 4th of Sept. should be
arraigned by the National Assembly, to
render an accout of the conduct of the
defence of Paris, and gives reasons for
agreeing to an armistice. TheJCommittee
also declared that no treaty ratifying
the armistice should be signed, and
that Paris should continue the defence
and refuse to capitulate. At a meeting
to a salon, De ltiene Blanche, an ora"
ter, declared that France demanded a
Robespierre, ad that a gullotine alone
can 8a ve the country. The scutiment
Was received with enthusiasm by the
audience. The Deputies who favor a
continuation of war were applauied at
the meeting. " '
.Trocha .hai dclined the candidacy
for the Assembly.'
The following are among ' the candi
dates of the Kepublican Alliance Con
trol, Republican Union, and Interna
ional Workingmen Association : Louis,
Blanc, Victor Hugo, G. f Jouo, Ryat
Uenne, Rochefort and M. Bressant,
editor of Le Combat.
The flour will be exhausted on Sat
urday, and on Sunday Paris will be
without bread. The bank of France
advances 200,000,000 francs to the ci
ty's war contribution- The city will
ksue bonds to repay the loan.
Gen. Ducrot refuses to stand as a can
didate for the National Assembly.
The resignation of Gambetta, it is
believed, indicates the abandonment of
all hopes of a republic, and makes a re
storation of the Empire certain.
Bordeaux, Feb. 6. Minister Ktti
enne Argo has issued a circular which
maintains the validity decrees, and
making members of families once rcjr
nant and Imperial officeholders ineligi
ble to the Natioual Assembly. The
circular adds that the decree of exclusion
extends to all members of the Rsaa
The Echo de Word has a special dis
patch from Berlin, aying that contri
butions alreuly demanded by the Ger
man com n inders will be deducted from
the amount of war indemnity ; also, the
value of the rattrords in Alsace and
Vienna, Feb. 7. An Imperial auto
praph relieves Count Potocko and his
col leages of their ministerial functions,
and appoints Howhenwarl Min'ster of
the interior, with authority to form
a new Cabinet. Other decrees with fol
low, appointing Ilolzetheru Minister of
Finance, Schaifli, Minister of Com
merce, Terrek, Minister of Public
Works, and Scool Minister of war.
New York, Feb. 7. The list of kill
ed by the Hudson Ilriver Railroad ac
cident now foot up 15 pasaengera and
5 railroad employees.
Beef cattle sell here at from 6 to 7
cts. per pound on foot ; hogs 9 cents
dressed ; mutton sheep $4 per head.
As sometimes small evils, like invisi
ble insects, inflict pain, and a single
hair may atop a vast machine, the chief
secret of comfort lies in not suffering
trifles to vex one, but in prudently cul
tivating an undergrowth of small pleas
urea, since very few great ones, alas ! are
of long duration.
The Methodista. Itwir ta.I739 that
some 10 persons came to John AVestey,
in London, to consult him concerning
their spiritual state. They formed the
nucleus ot the society, which, at this
hour, numbers more than 50,000 preach
ers, 3,000,000 communicants, and 12
000,000 hearers, in Great Britain and
Ireland, alone, the number, exceeding
100.000. This religious body extends
its circuits over the whole known world.
Painful Accident. Our young
friend, Jas. Sterling, Post Master at
Oakland,' writes as that Mr. J. Canady,
while oo a bunting excursion in the
Coast Range, in company with Messrs
Aaron and J. Allen, met with a pain
iul accident, by the discharge of his gun.
It appeared that it was snowing hard
at the time, completely covereing their
guns, and while in the act of brushing
the snow off with his hand the gun was
discharged, the' ball striking the third
finger of the left hand shattering it very
badly. Mr. Canady was fortunate
that it was oo worse.
Little Annie lost a relative by death,
and, after the tad funeral rites had been
performed, and the deceased consigned
to the grave, the visiting friends return
ed to the home of Annie, to partake ot
the beatiful supper which had been
provided for them. At the table (ig
noring all melancholy subjects), the
guests fell to discussing the details of a
grand wedding which had lately taken
place. One remarked that the company
had remained 2 hours at dinner. Little
Annie, who had been anxiously waiting
for her guests to leave thoj table, that
she might be served, (for there had
not been room for her with them), ex-
claimed: "I dess there
one waiting, was there t"
We furnish the Republican and
Demoretft Monthly tor H a year.
Gleanings from State Exchanges.
M I- T. Reese made sale on the 20th
ult. of 160 fat hogs. f
From the Oregonian: Butter is still
held at 50 cents per pound in this mar
ket, and scarce at that figure.
A suit brought against the Captain
of the Madawaska for not firnishiug his
crew suitable food during the run from
Wales to this city will be heard in the
in the U. S. District Court to-day.
Starr King, when asked to define the
difference between, Universalists and
Unitarians, replied that Univeraalist's
believed that God was too good to damn
men enternally, and the Unitarians be
lie ved that men were too good to be
The N. P R. Co. have donated to
each regligioua denomination a site for
a church, parsonage and school house.
This is certainly very generous. We
should be pleased to have many more
gentlemen of 'such princely generosity
in our midst. '
The Steamer Shoo Fly landed at the
Salem flour mill yesterday, to discharge
a cargo of; wheat at that place. She
brought down 1,388 sacks, or about 2,
77G bushels. It was shipped from the
up river towns, where they have a large
amount of wheat awaiting shipment to
From the Bulletin : A man named
Dricker, eroplyed by the N. P. R Co.,
at Kalama, was brought to the city last
evening, on the Wenet, for medical
treatment, having been badly injured
about the head, and bad one leg fract
tured by a fulling tree on Friday after
noon. A man named Mather was also
hurt at Fast Portland yesterday, on the
gravel train, but his injuries are not
REAL ESTATE DEALER,
Office, Ho. Ot Front Street,
REAL ESTATE in this CITY and
EAST PORTLAND in the mo.i deirahle to
catties, routing of LOTS. HALF BLOCKS
and BLOCKS, HOUSES and 8TuRES; also,
IMPROVED FARMS, and TaloabI
uncultivated LANDS, located In ALL parts of
the STATE for SALE.
REAL ESTATE and other Property
purchased for Correspondents, in this CITY
and throughout the STATES and TERRI
TORIES, with great "are and on the most
ADVANTAGEOUS TERMS. r
HOUSES and STORES LEASED,
LOANS NEGOTIATED, and CLAIMS OF
ALL DESCHPTIONS PROM PLY COL
LECTED. And a General FINANCIAL and
AGENCY BUSINESS transacted.
AGENTS of this OFFICE, in all the
CITIES and TOWNS in the STATE, will
recive descriptions of FARM PROPERTY
and forward the some to the abore address.
A RTICLES OF AGREEMENT MADE
J. and entered is to this 2lth dar of Jan.,
A. D. 1S71, between D. C. Dougherty, of the
Connty of Poik and State ' of Oregon of the
firt part, and Isaac F. Street, of the County
and State above named of the second pari.
WITNESSETH t The said party of the first
part, and the said party of the reeond part,
hare(this day entered into a partnership fjr
the purpose of working and running a Saw
Mill, situated on the Yamhill River, in the
County and State above named, and known a.
the Baheock Mill, and carrying on a general
The said party of the first part agrees to fur
nish one half of the labor, and bear one half of
the necesary expenses for furnishing logs,
material, and whatever is necessary to keep
the said mill in good running order, and to
have one half the proceeds thereof.
The sad party of the second part also agrees
to furnish one half of the labor, and bear one
half of the necessary expenses for furnishing
logs, material,: and whatever is necessary to
keep the said mill in good running order, and
to have one half of the proceeds thereof.
The intention of this agreement is such that
neither the said party of the first part, nor the
said party of the seeond part, shall contract
any company debts, or contract any company
business without the written consent of the
party of the other part. 4
Should either ef the said r arties to this
agreement transact any business without first
obtaining tbe consent of the other party in
writing, then tbe said party not giving his
consent, cannot be held for the payment of
such debts contracted. i
And it is further agreed by and between tbe
said party of the first part, and the said party
of the second part to this agreement, that
neither party shall draw money from or appro
print to his own use any of tbe Company fnnd
ased In the above-named partnership, without
first obtaining the consent of the other party
I A . ... . " . .
w ioi agreement, ana wnen CUDCr or tbe Satu
parties to this agreement obtains any such
consent, then each of the said parties shall
draw from the Company fund a like equal
It is further agreed that the above Company
Partnership shall be known under the firm,
name and style of Dougherty A Street.
The Interlining was done btfore signing.
In wi'ness whereof we hare hereunto set our
hands and seal this 25th day of January. A. D.
Done in presence of
J. W. CaawronD. D. C. DonomeRTT.
Charles Latollett. t8aac p Street.
St at is or Oregon, 1
Coumtt or Polk, f
January, A. D. 1871, personally appeared be
Wse me, Notary Publio in and for said County,
the within names, D. C. Dougherty and Isaao
F. Street, to me known to be the Identical
persons described in, and who executed the
within instrument, and acknowledge to me
that they executed the same freely for the use
and purposes therein named.
Witness my hand and seal this 25th day of
JOHN W. CRAWFORD,
SAIsEJJ STEAM FERRY.
REDUCTION OF RATES.
On and after Feb. 10th, 1871, the rates will
be as' follows :
For each Wagon and Span of Horses- 25c.
For each additional Horse til'-
For each Horse and Buggy.. ............25c.
Or five crossings in Horse and Buggy
j when paid in advance.. .-. $1
For each Man and Horse 25c.
Or six. crossings, paid in advance..... $1
For eaclj person on Foot....... .. ......12 Jc.
Or twelve crossings, paid in sfdance $t
For each loose Animal.... .......I?1
For twelve ditto.... $1
For each Hog, Sheep, or Goat 4c
For each 100 ft. of Lumber not in wagon...12c
For each 100 lb Freight I2e.
ALL KIXDS OF SEWING DONE ON
SboJ-t Notice by Mrs. Celicie ElUberry,
near-Waymire's Mill, Dallas.
'PIIIRTY SHARES OF STOCK IN EL-
lundale Woleu Mills fr Hale. Imuire
f ASA SHREVE. Dallas, Jan. 27th ISii
BEST A Is NOTICE.
DR. CHANCE WILL MAKE A PRO
fessional Visit to Dallas oa Monday,
Feb. 13th, and will remain one week.
BB CHILE IS!
The I'lu est Culinary Invention of
Embodying in a plain and eheap ntnsila
iaiile a a pot or vkiilet, and weighing le
than three pounds
All tbe Principles Involved In the
. Perfect Ilroillnjf of Meats,
With the Greatest Conveniences and
Advantages of Practical ITae,
And Oolnff lta Work with
A Rapidity Mure than Double that ol
Any other Broiler!
It afUrds to tbe poor and rich alike the
FIRST and ONLY relief ever offjre I from tin
tedious, troublesome, juire-eTaporating, and
'dyspepsia producing broilers of the paat : from
the deadly foe to human health, tbe FRYING-"
PAN ; and from.,
Heat-Cooking Abominations of alt
It renders broiling, heretofore so vexatious,
the QUICKEST and EASIEST of all modes of
cooling, and meats br iled!Vy it
More Palatable and Nutritious
tha bt at otrrr Mt or COOKUO TRKM
because it prevents the.loss of nutriment b
evaporation or otherwise. It sets on top of tbe
over one of the openings; re
nalraj no P paration of fire; Coke or Charcoal:
.r.V of Steak renders tough meat
tender by its action ; doet away with all smoke
and smell of grease: boils equally well over
Coal or wood j answr lor all sed stoves or
And la equally Good for
Beefsteak, Ham, Chicken, Chopa, Fish
It broils steak, ovor an average fire, in
SEVEN to EIGHT MINUTES, and over a
very hot fire witbi nrc mi-mitrs. Other
meats in proportion ; RnTAiss all thk jciccs
asd Flavor, which no other broiler does.
65)900 ARE NOW IN USE!
All sold under standing and unconditional
guarantees, and have given an unanimity of sat
isfaction unprecedented in the culinary inven
We guarantee them, wherever sold, to fulfill
tbe above specification, authorise all dealers to
do so wfth their customers. An universal test
is invited,00 these terms ; and to any not satis
fled after a fair trial, the money will be refund
ed, with' charges both ways.
Each Broiler will have the authorised label
attached ' with the trade mark, M American
Broiler,? stamped thereon.
This Broiler Is also an unequalled Bread
Toaster and Corn-Popper, and a good Cofiee
Roaster. RETAIL PRICE, ONLY 92.
Fine MESH GRATE for Corn-Popping and
Roasting Coffee, if desired, 30 cents extra.
Liberal Discount to the Trade.
For Sate in San Francisco by the house below
named, in half dosen and doxen packages, at
the minimum rates, who will be responsible to
the full extent of ihe above guarantees for all
Broilers sold by them.
RUSSEELL & ERWIN 1TG 00
204 8AN80ME STREET, a
Manufacturers and Dealers in Hard
ware of Every Description,
And at Retail by all Stove, Tin and House
Furnishing Dealers olawehere.
To the Ladles,
. Those wanting sewing done, can be accommo
dated by calling on Mrs. L. A. Robb. Charges
Ernest j A. ERLAJVDSON,
Dye Stuffs and
: General Merchandise,
By Ihe Package Only.
Cash Orders for this or any Foreign Market,
will receive prompt and Faithful Attention.
Miners, Manufacturers and Wholesale
Trade Supplied for Cash.
No notice or attention paid to Orders for Goods,
if there is no provision made for tbe payment
of the same. ,
Terms Net Cash, on Delivery, in U.S. Gold
9. B. Consignments ef Oregea Produce,
Grain, wheat, Flour, tc, Solicited,
p.. h. McDonalds co.,
CM tUe atteatlon orHealers to thHr Wjro assort,
neat tt Newly Arrived " Uool, composed tn
part of the : following article. toetfir with
ev ry thlur fcrpt In a well supplied WHOLE
SALE DRl'U eTUUE.
Tac.F A rwoMTcns
Rasa TIM. Oils,
fisTs axd Dim,
Which tre eirr st the
lowrft Csrh Prices, and
ara determined cot ta be uudirscld.
C XI. McDOKALD CO.. a Fbavcisco, Cal
! FOR HALE.
OUB DBUO BU8IKE-8, loca'ed in San
Francisco. Cal. Afler oat best winhei, and ex
pressing oor (banks fer tbe liberal patronagf
we have received for more than 21 years, dur
iog which period we have been steadily en
gaged in tbe Drug business in California, we
beg to say in consequence of tbe rapid growth
of Dr. Walkers' California Vinegar Ititter.
now spread over tbe United States and coun
tries far beyond, we are necessitated to devoU
our entire time t said buines.
We are tbe Oldest Drag Firm on the Facifi
Coast, and tbe only one, continuous under tb
the same proprietors since 141, and have de
tennind to sell oor large, prosperoo, and wel.
established bsineas on favorable terms.
This is a rare opportunity for men witl
means, of entering into a pru3te,ble busines
with advantages never btfore offered.
For particulars enquire of
k. 11. McDonald a co
B. II. McDobalo, ) Wholesale Drugg sts,
J. C. Srsacaa. J Fan Francisco, ,
N. B. Until a sale is mad wo shall eo i
Untie our importations, and keep a large stov
of fresh goods constantly oa hand, and sail at
prices to defy competition.
The Great Bledieal DiscOTery t
Tit. WAZJOSS,B OAUWOWX1JL
tin M S m JtST SRV MM., Jt m Off
mi uarauve Ksecta.
i WHAT ARE THEY? j
TBET ARX SOT A TTUB
aisp s it au n n i u
larMnwT a rv i ii iv
of rsr Uawi, Whlakar, Ftf
and sweetened to please the taste, called "Ton
k," Appetiser, " Restorers, c, that lead
the tippler oa to drankeaacsa and rata, but are
a trae Medicine, made from tbe Native Boots aad
Herbs of California, free fraia all AleTsslla
8(fmnlauis. They are the OR EAT BLOOD
FCIUFlKlt stadr LIFE GIYIMO rRIlU
CI I'LK a perfect Renovator and Invlgorator of
the System, carrying off all poisonous matter and
restoring the blood to a healthy eondttJoa. No
person ean take these Bitters according to diree
tkn and remain long unwell.
Fr InflaniMtutorr and Chrawle Ilhesia
tsintUM find (lost, Dyarseveisi sr IslU
sjratUu, Bllloaa, Uemltteat nsid laser
Mlltrat Fevere, Dlaenaeo of the Bloadt;
, Liver, Kldaejre, and lllndaer, these Bit
lero have been most successful. Back Dla
rnare are caused by Vitiated Blood, which
Is generally produced by derangement of the
Dlgcatlve Ortrana a -
IY8PE18IA OR INDIGESTION.
Headache. Tain In tho Shoulders, Coughs, Tight .
ness of the Chest, IMcBlness, &our Eructations of.
the Stomach, Bad tasto la the Mouth Bilious At
tacks, Palpltntlon of tho Heart, Inflammation of
the I.ungs,retn In the regions of the Kidneys, and
a hundred other painful symptoms, are the off i
springs of Dyspepsia.
Thy Invigorate the Stomach and stimulate the
torpid liver and bowels, which render them of nn
equalled efflcacy In cleansing the blood of alt
Impurities, and Imparting new life and vigor to
the whole system. I
FOR HlilN DI8KA8K8, Emptlons.Tetter,
BaHKheum.Blotehos, Spots, rtmples, Pustales,
Bolls, Carbuncles, tUng Worms, ScalMIoad Sore
Eves, Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Dlscoloratlona of
tho Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of
whatever name omatnro, are literally dog np
and carried out of tha system In a short time by
tlm use of theso BlUers. One bottle ta such
cases will convince tho most incredulous of their
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you find
Its Impurities bursting through the skin In rim
pies, Eruptions or Sores cleanse It when yoa
find It obstructed and sluggish in the veins t
etcanao It when it Is foul, and your feelings will
tell you when. Keep the blood pure and tha
health of the system will follow.
FIN, TATE and other WORMS, larking la
the system of so many thousands, are effectually
destroyed and removed. For full directions, read
carefully tho circular around each bottle.
3. WALKER, Proprietor. B. 11. McDONALD ek
CO., Druggists and Oen. Agents, San Francisco,
Cel., and 83 and 84 Commerce Btreet. New Tork.
SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
tr p b
i AD V&tiTlSE a. IS.
THE HEW FOOD.
For a few you fesa; tmf
of your G rof or Drclst k
imckage of SEA MOSS ARIN
iuade fftim pure Irish Hoss, cf
Carnigccii, Tfhlch will mst
ixteen quarts -of Blanc Mtngr
sind a like quantity cf Pud
dings, Cnstards, Creams, Char
lotte Russe, ate. It ; '' U tne '
cheapest, healthiest, and mosl,
delicious food in the world.
makes, a splendid Dessert, and
has no equal as a light and
delicate food for Invalids and
A Glorious Change !
nix GnttAT troRLirs towitX
Tiii wonderful VeetaMs)'
istomti'c. I the Micct-an
clior of the feeble nrttl tletf li
lated. Xi n tontc anl cordial
for the aged and languUl, It ti
Jius no equal amon? tstoan
achics. As n remedy" for lte v
nervous vc.tkncs to hlcti
women are especially tao.
Jecl, It t snpersicding every
other stimulant. In all C:l
mates, tropical, temperate,
or frigid, U net m a specific
in every species of tXHorCet
vhich undermines tHeodilJ
strength and- break dow n the
animal spirits. For sale by'
w axis' cj q
to the vaderslgaed nust ittr pntogla
t CASH or give their NOTIv. In case if a
iilure to do either, there will be business for
he legal fraternity J
B. F. NICHOLS.
July 1. l7. 2Mf
The CheapeKt Store in
s i.2 suit. wu .r n.iiu,
) AS BEEN FILLED WITn THfi
i f largest and best t-ca of goods , evet
r.u2bt into Polk County.
Which we propose to sell LOW KH th'aa '
tiy otht store to the eounty, fur CASH f
'KOnt'CKror which we will pay the highest
Our stock consists of every description of
roods generally kept in first class country v
tores. t ., , .' "',.
Also constantly on hand a lara-e asaortn .'at
of " r ' '
sPIacmels, v A
Made in the Ellendale Mills, which we willl
nell rery cheap. ' t ,
Ellendale, July, 9. 1870. Ill tf;
TUB ATTENTION OF THE FUBLTC
is invited to the Improved facilities which.
I. have recently made to . my apparatus, by
which I am able to lake ,
V- il a 1 I, a 11 a
Thus makinff the heretofore task of getting
. t. . milt hunii . ...mi
correct naenesses oi m iu .
of small moment. , ,; , ;
aaSTGallery located on Main' street Dallas
- W. II. CATTERLIN. '.
s a t sa ss nrii r t r a ae. - i mi asa
TtrDr. Fnpe's Catanh Betnedy Is no Fatent.
Medicine humbug gotten np to dupe tha igno5
rant and credulous, nor is it represeotwl as be-;
log 'Tompumi ui rarv .previous fuwinnin
brought from the four OH f of Ihe erth, car
ried seven times ae oss the Orcat Desir, O '6a-.
h ara on ihe backs of fourteen eaui'la. and
brought across the Atlantic Ocean on two .
ships." It Is a simple, mild, soothing, pleasant'
Remedy a perfect specific for Chronic Nasal
Catarrh, Cold In the Head," and kindred dis
eases. The proprietor B V. Fierce, M. 133 .
Seneca street, Buffalo, N. Y., offers a reward of
$500 for a ease of Catarrh that he cannot cttra.
cents. - :':" ; ;
All who tgullbr frm coughs, colds, bronch
itis, croup, whooping cough, and the mr it tuba
dreaded by all. Consumption. t-an find sure relief
tn Dr. Wittar't linUamrf Wild Ckerry, which
always cures whvn other remedies falC