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DALLES, OREGONFRIDAY, MARCH 18; ISO 1.
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING,
(JiOnIUYS tSCKPttb,) BY .
AvilliaM ii NEWEST-.,
ID1T0K AMD rUOPMKTOB.
Terms Twentj-JlvtcntU per week, payable to th carrier
per month, by mall, t; tliree months, 12 50; ill
months, $5; one your, $8. Advertisement Inserted t
Every it-t'Hptitn of jfliilli mid Siiify Jub Printing exe
hted wIlH nVatiii'ss and despatch, and forwarded u per
order to'aiiy pari of the country. fliyninr M Wnf
(nil mutt It made on Mi-Mr) tf etlorlri
IMPORTER) AND WHOLESALE DEALER IW
ALI kinds of dry GOODS,
BOOTS AND SltOES.
HA KG WARE
Also, a good assortment or all kiwis of -
Groceries and Provisions,
Wines and Liquors,
Constantly on hand. ml-t-tf
M. BROWN & BRO.,
WH0LKHALI AND RETAIL DEALER IN "
FANCY AND (STAPLES
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, &0.
Mr. M. BROWN, being a resident of Ban Francisco, we
are enabled to offer great IndeemenU to. purchasers. We
tesiiectfully invite the public to examine our stock before
purchasing elsewhere, mio-ii
r- Stone Store, north side Main street, Dalles.
E. P. FITZGERALD,
. Iron and steel.
Every Dttcription of
Miners' and Mechanics' Tools,
BUIP CHANDLERY, GROCERIES, CLOTHING, AND
BTAl'LK DKI UUUUS, ,
Crockery and Glassware.
K. P. FITZGERALD,
flO-tf Pallet, Oregon.
iiiiiyso & ODE Lb
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS ATLAW,
H"7"1LL l'KACTICK IN TIIR SUPREME ANDCIR.
ww cuit Courts of Oregon, anil the District Courts of
v astiington Territory.
Particular attention paid to the Collection of claims.
0. 11UMAS0N, Dalles, Ocn. J. A. ODKLL.
GEO. L. WOODS)
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
A 1,1, BUSINESS entrusted to his care will bo prompt-
arm. ly attended to. Grace at the Conrt House.
alu-tf O BO. L. WOODS.
II . II E R 31 AIV & CO.,
Clothing, and Fancy Dry Goods.
Keceivlng their Goods dlroet from San Francisco, they
are ounbluu to sou at low rates.
It. HERMAN CO.,
uull-tf .Main street, Dalles.
"JJ '"It . SP1E It"S '
n20tf BETWEEN MAIN A SECOND 8TS,
PA Y1.E fc CO.'S
SECOND STREBT, DALLES CITY,
F. A. O. PAYNE. Auctioneer.
CJAI.ES OF HEAL ESTATE AND GENERAL MKU
Stock Sales every day. Bol9
LIVERY AND PEED STABLE,
(SECOyD STKEtjTt near the Court Home.)
flKNTr.K II0R8KS, AND II0RSE8 AND
J Cnrriagea to hire. Also, Uoree boarded
1y (tie day, week, or mouth, on reaiouable
The Stable had been fitted tip with every cure for il
comfort or an i main, ana none but aire nil ffroonu cm
ployed. The public patroimfce is roBpectfullynollcited. jS-tf
BOOTS AND SHOES.
u Roots and Shoes,
H TAIN ETREKT. Dalles, opposite Bloch. Miller A Co
1JL Western Hotel Building. Good (Its guaranteed and
u worK done to tne satisiuction or customers. Also, ot
Hand a tine stock of ready made boots and nnORS. Kt
pairing done. autwtf.
lba. Freali llul ter, in Rolls. For sail
by UUMASON, eTOt'KINO A CO,
Produce & Commission Store.
J. COISTSEK. &SONS,
Second Street, Dalles,
Flour, Feed, Produce
TUB VERY BUST BRAND8 OK FLOUR, FKKD OF
all kinds; and event description of I'KODUGK con
stantly in store and sold at the lowest rates.
I1 AHIIIjY It U U -lAi ltll'.M,
A eulcndid assortment of FAMILY GROCERIES, in-
eluding the choicest Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Ac, selucted ex
pressiy lor laniuy use. 1
Gtr consignments received, ana a general storage
FotWardlng and Commission business attended to.
4. immokh buiss, eeenna street,
ti2i-tf Htzt door to J'aym'l Auction Store.
GROCERY STORE. 1
Second Strut, two dome below On OMie BUel ) "
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURER Of
WBB B A X , -tr
Crackers, Pilot Bread, cakes & Pies,
and dealer in .
S9- Orders from the upper country tilled and nromutlr
wk. iioiiBDB. o. B. satae!.
Corner of First and B Streets.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS In BREAD,
CRACKERS and Family URO0EK1KS.
ttB. Orders from a distance euro fully tilled and promptly
A. I. ULOOH St CO.,
MAIN STREET, DALLES,
IkPODTEU AND DEALERS IN
Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods,
CIGARS, TOBACCO & MINERS OUTFITS
W All Orders Pnnctllaliy Attended to.
WASHINGTON WAGON ROAD
Portland to the Cascades.
rmhe undersigned would respectfully Inform the
traveling puDllc tnat the above named wagon Knott
Is now in traveling order for light loaded wagons, from the
mouth ol SANDY to CASCADES. Persons wishing to
travel from Portland to the Dalles, will And Itto theirad
vantage to cross the Columbls Hiver at the month of San
dy and haul thoir wagons over this Rood to the Cascades.
ae It will savo the price of freight on the lowor steamboat,
and alsa over the Cascades railroad. There is asood trail
from the Cascades to the Dalles for loose stock, crossing
the river back again near Little White Salmon. Ferries
are now kept at both these crossings. From and after the
loth of February next, the undersigned will keep the
above Ferries In connection with the Road, and will pass
the travel through as cheap ae any other route. There
being better grans, lass rocks, and generally a better Road
on this route, I flatter myself that I will receive a liberal
patronage from Drover and Packers. In addition to the
O. 8. N. Co.'s steamers, the steamer Cetifo is running from
the Cascades to the Dalles, and will carry wagon cheap.
Rates of Toll over the Road :
For each wagon, with twohorses, mules, oroxen.Jt'i 00
For each additional pair of bosses, mule oroxen.. 60
For horse and buggy ,.H .....M...,HH 76
For each additionalliorse 26
For each man and horse 60
For each pack animal 87
r or oocii neou oi animals, oiner man sneep nogs or
For sheop, hogs or goats, each....... 06
- B. C. HARDY. Proprietor.
We, the undersigned Immigrants, hertuv certify that we
paesed over E. 0. Hardy's Wagon Road, on or alnrnt the
28th day of September, 1863, with tho Bethel Train of
tiiirty-iour wagons; and do consider sold uoad a good Moun
tain itoau lor light loaned wagons.
Aurora, Morion county, Oct. 6, 1863.
Wolt Young, Frank Weyman,-
John Fry, M. Ilurkholder, .
D. Ziniorman, Andrew Grossman,
D. Stelnbocli, Stephen Smith,
John Will, . Theoder Stopffer,
Urban Will, C. It. Khlen,
George Fry, Edwarii Vawter,
John J. Cullen, Jacob 0. Miller,
Henry Hocker, Leonard Will,
Philip Snyder. George Will,
It. Will, Joseph It Miller
0. Will, John Gerkin,
David Scholl, Nicholas Bier,
Jacob Htoindach, Isaac Miller,
John Bier, G. F. Koop,
Joeeph Ilurkholder, C. Wolff, Capt. Train,
Benjamin Marquart, Chas. Burkholder,
Samuol Wolfer, George Ziegler,
Samnel Miller, - Michael Bachert,
Rudolph Wolfer, Henry Snydor,
G. W. Ehlen, William Miller,
Cornelius Dalr. . J23-tf
SADDLE & HARNESS MAKERS.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE OPENED A f
SADDLE & HARNESS BHOP,J"
on MalnBtreot, opposite the What Choor Uouse,lXatt
where thoy are proparcd to fill orders in their
Hue of business. A full stock of BRIDLES. SADDLES,
HARNESS. WHIPS, Ac, eoustantlyon hand and made
to order. Pock-Trains fitted out, and all urdor In tho
Saddle and Harneos line filled with dispatch.
REPAIRING promptly attended to.
8TIUTTER A FRITZ,
foll.tf Main street, Dalles,
O.Cfc.ffe lba. Fine Tea, the choicest brand In
JWW market. For sale by
noli) aUMASON, TOCKINO A CO,
A. R. BOOTH,
FOB WA RD1N0 AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
PRIEST RAPIDS, W.T.
FREIGHTS CONSIGNED TO MY CARE for Colvllle,
Rock Island, Okanagon, or the Upper Columbia
Mines, will receive prompt atteutlon.
M- Frolgut. stored, or takeu over tne rortage at rea
sonable rnttis. A-tf
COLUMBIA RIVER MINES.
A. It. BOOTH,
FOOT OF PRIEST RAPIDS. W.T.
DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE AND
Miners' Supplies. A full assortment of Goods con
stantly on hand, comprised tn part of
rionr, Miners' noou, nneei uopper,
Self-Rising Flour, 1. K. Boots. Nitric Acid,
Bacon, Nailed Brogans, Quicksilver,
Beans, Hats, Retorts,
Dried Apples, Indian Goods, , L, II. Shovels,
Sugar, Blankets, Miners' Picks,
Ten, . Liquors, Coarse Wire,
Coffee, Dry Goods, Gold Pans,
Tom ) KocKer irons, eic, eio.
Also a good assortment of Clothinn. Good delivered
at the upper end of Priest Rapids, If desired. Jyl5-tf
I.ja, Q-raiade Hotel.
THE TRAVELING PUBLIC ARE
hereby notiAed that the under-
sigded ha just opened the above named
IIMTKL, situated In the town ol LA
GRANDS, In Grand Bond Yallet,
where MEALS may be hail at all hours. UOOD BEDS
win also be lurniaheil. There I also In connection with
the House a FEED STABLE and enclosures for Stock.
No pains will br spared by the proprietor to make the
above nnmee House all that can be lioni-ed by the travel
ing pnbllo aud others who may favor lilin with their pa
tronage, r. v. &1U&UH.
LA uiunde, Baker county, Oregon. 1
July 4th, 1830.
MILLINERY & .DRESSMAKING.
ITUST RECEIVED PROM SAN FRANCISCO. A FINK
9 lot of Fancy Ooods, suitable for the Uoll
days, consisting of ss-
Ladles' Hats, Bonnets, Cloaks,
and a variety of other Goods, which together With a lot
oi r i.i is i una, win nedisposttd or at cost.
m. A, U'KUUllKK, Third street,
dlO-tf One Square east of the Catholic Church.
MAIN STREET. DALLES
(Next door belma Dr. Bell's Drua Store,
aTN ARMENTS MADE in the latest style. Clean nd
VJ7 Repairing neatly executed. aelo tf
II hereby given that the Capital Stock of th
"MUND8 A COMPANY'S WAGON ROAD," having
been suliscribed aceonllng to law, the Brat meeting of the
Stockholders will be held at MUNDS' RANCH, on Burnt
River, on FRIDAY, April 1st, to elect a Board of Direc
tors ol me vompuiiy. wm. MUNDS,
Auburn, Feb. 9, 1801. fol9-80d Incorporators,
W. r. BIGELOW,
Columbia itrtet, Hear Main.
DEALER IN selMf
STOVE A1D TIH STORE.
i (Second Street, near Vaihingtan,)
MANCFAOTIIIER AND DEALER IN
STOVES, TIN, COPPER
' AND SnEKT IRON WARE.
TBT STORK A FULIi assortment of RTTCIIKN,
M. PARLOR, and OFFICE STOVES, which are offered at
low rate. Also, a full stock of TIN WARE, Ac. Orders
promptly attended, and every description of JOBBING.
whether In Tin, Copper, or Sheet Iron attended to. Give
me scan. a. oei linuKN,
Second street, near Washington,
oeSO-tf ' over Musical Hall.
MACHINE SHOP, '
FIRST STREET, between Yamhill and Morrison.
of from 4 to4u liorae-
oiittionary. Also, uin- ?
CULAR SAW MILLS
on hand. Also, liny Pres
ses of ill sises; Planing
pattern,) Wrought and
Cast Iron work for Ver
tical Sawond Grht mills;
Brass and Iron Castlnn
WROUGHT IRON WORK
of overy description. I am also prepared to furnish
Quarts Mills complete, of the Latest &
most Improved Patterns.
These Mill can befsrwarded to any part of the mines,
o .... ui wi. cuure uiacmnery will not exceed U,'
Hon Fowori k Agricultural Implements
manufactured to order at the very LOWEST CASH PRICE.
n. a. l urticuior attention paid to KKl'AlUo. fe20-tf
Walla Walla ilaUtman pleaso oopy 1
CIIAS. SCIIELLWORTII t CO.
rROPRIBTCR Of TBI
.K GRANDE, Baker County, Oregon. .
PACKERS, TGAM8TKR8, FAMILIES
js. nnu giuers suppuou Willi
BREAD, CRACKERS, PIES, CAKES rfe
Also, dealers In Groceries, Provision., &c, uil(l0.au,j
iws-.-wr.,9 j ,i
will leave Portland every
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday,
at t, A. M., connecting with the new propellor CKLILO,
BAUG1IMAN, Master, at the Cascades, uextday. lteturu
Ing, the CKLILO will leave the Dalles every
Tuesday and Friday,
6, A.M.. connecting with the PIONEER at Cascade, same
day at Vi o'clock H. Freight by this line will be forwaided
I rum tne Dalles ny tne steamer i"acMiiia, While, nosier,
to Umatilla, Wallula, and other port above. Arrange
ments have been made for the transit of passonger over
the Portages, and shippere may rely that theirfrelglit will
be taken to destination with core and dispatch. Fur freigb t
and passage, apply to
inu. T. Knitno, Agent, I'ortiand,
ocMm orW. D. BIGKLOW, Agent, Dalles.'
NEW CROCKERY STORE!
M. SELLER Sc CO.,
V7"0ULD RRSPECTFULLY Inform the pub-,
1 T lie that they are now opening the store W
formerly occupied by Bloch, Miller A Co., with a'
targe aim wen seiecieustoca OI
LAMPS, of All descriptions, "i"
PLATED and BRITANIA WABK, ' t .
LOOKING GLASSES, :
TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY,
NOTIONS, Ac, ac,
WILLOW WaKE, " 'I'
Having a house In San Francisco and Pnrtlnn.l
enabled to offer Goods at the lowest rate.
Bit DULLER & CO., .
. .. . MAIN STREET. . ,
ael4-tf Dalles Oregon.
B. U. HILL. . A. J. XANS
HILL & KANE'
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER! IN
Groceries, Dry Goods,, Liquors,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. '
STORAGE AND FORWARDING. . ,n
Good consigned to us will meet with proper attention
n. W.Corbet, Bobbins A Co, ti
Richards A McCracken, W. C. Moody A Co.,
H. Uw, O. Iluinason. ' '
Umatilla landing, Sept. Oth, 1803. seO-ll
S. MALTE Wli: ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Groceries and Provisions,
OnDosItA Drawn k Urn T.AI.I.VA niivnrtv
Comtantljr on baud a full and select
RTOTt Ann AKn muvraamv itLMmti i vni . t
hipped to onlor-
AitfO FliKpil AND DItlED FRUIT.
ai.a vnvctr truitt'iv i .i t.t w......
TAHubSt Importod from San Knuicltco, mnpllet o whlrli
Will tut Knnslanttu nn ' , ... .
J u uim. IJtf-l I
J? . DEHM.
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
MAIN STREET, DALLES,
(NEXT DOOR TO TUX AS1AT OrriCE.)
TVF.AT.RR IN FTNR WATTIirira imintiv
I 1 fMJW'IfS (lnl.1 Pan. Sll... ..J ill.-.'
s71,..l.. n?..T i !-" .nut. nam, B")
sMrrartieuiar attention nald torenn rinn n.niii
Watches, Clock, Jewelry, etc. All Watches repaired uy
u. -nii-iiiDv iui .w.ivv months.
N. B. All ordur. frhm 1,- nn .. . i,H tr
or otherwise, promptly attended to, aull-tf
TltH UNDERSIGNED take pleasure In auuouncli g
. SH " "'leId" "a 'he publlo, titat they havo Ri..
JlYS.10 ,hlr Bew "ture O" Northeast corner m
MAIN AND COURT STREETS, where they have oiiem-d
an extensive assortment of GoUDS, consisting in imrt or
Tobacco, Cigars, Yankee Notions,
clothing, gent-s furnishino goods, hatk
CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, Ac, which they will sell at the
lowest rate, seg-tf ABRAHAM80N A KOHLHKUO,
CurteM Ie Vltslte, Aco. .
FOR A LIKENESS OF ANY SORT. 00 TO II0LST7.
Corner of Second street, opposite the bono market
and he will ,
Give You Entire Satisfaction,
rain or sunshlno, with his powerful Voitlander lnstru
A Lot and Three Hon, iltnated on
the south side of Second street, betwoon Court am'
Washington street. Centrally located, this property i,
sure to Increase In value and offer an excellent opportu
nity for Investment, For further particular, ami v to It
DORN1NU, gt the Mount Hood Saloon, faltM f
3UTJHIC I MTJSIO i
1UKS. Privato Partle. Ao,.t Short
nuucu, nnu at reasonaiue rates. Apply at t
M,n viKir otoro, 01 tf. 41, pmra, mala
It root. Dalle.
tl20-tr J A. STURM.
" NOTICE. r:r
MB, DIET8E, formerly In our employ, Is
longer authorised to receive monlos on our account,
. LAZARD FRERKS.
Sttl Francisco, Feb. Oth, ISM, ' fcltMin