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PUBLISHED EVERY HOMING,
' (MONDAYS (XCKPTCB,) Y '
WILLIA5I XI. NEWELL,
KDiT04t AHD rKOFRIITOR.
T'dhjis Twenty-five emit per week, payable to the carrier
per month, by mall, $1; three month, $2 60; tlx
months, $5j eae year, $8. Advertisement! inserted at
livery df srrinthm of plain an fancy Job Printing exe
iiti il with neatness anil despatch, and forwHrded as per
atirx any part of the country. J tymentJor Job Print
ini) i"irt be mailt nn delivery oj mirk.
BLOCH MILLER &, CO.,
IMPORTKBS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
ALL, KI.VOS OF DRY GOODS,
HOOTS AND SHOFS,
Also, a good assortment of all kinds of
Groceries and Provisions.!
Wines and Ijiquors,
Constantly on hand. m!4-tf
H. BROWN & BRO.,
WHOLESALt AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
' FANCY AND HTAPLI5
, GHOCERIES, PROVISIONS, o.
Mr. M. BROWN, being a resident of San Francisco, we
aie enabled to offer nreat Indeeuieiit to unrchasers. Ve
r 'spectrally Invite the public to exuuiineour stock before
I'livctmsmg elsewhere. mioii
Q-Stouo .Stow. B.wtli side Main Btreel. Dalles.
jf-i . X . A.' J. -a- vjr u -t. M-r ,
Iron tintl Steel.
, Every Dncription of
.Itinera' and Mechanics' Tools,
fllllP CI1ANDLEHY. QHOCERIES. CLOTHING, AND
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Crockery and Glassware.
E. P. FITZGERALD,
UUMASON Sc OUELCj
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS ATLAW
WBTIIX PltACTICB IN THE SUPREME AND CIRc
ff cuit Courts of Oregon, and the District Courts of
Pnrticuliir attention nald to the collection of claims.
0. 1IUMAS0N, Dalles, Ogn. J. A. ODKLL.
GEO. L. WOODS,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
A LL BUSINESS entrusted to his care will bo prompt
ly, ly attended to. Office at the Court House.
altf.tr GEO. L, WOODS.
II. IIEUM AN & CO.,
Clothing, and Fancy Dry Goods.
ltecoiving their Goods direct from San Francisco, they
a e enabled to sell at low rates.
II. HERMAN CO.
aull-tf Main street, Dalles.
JL HE. ,
n20-tr BETWEEN MAIN SECOND BT8.
PAY WE & CO.'J?JS
SECOND STREET, PALLKS CITY,
F. A. O. PAYNE, Auctioneer.
sC3 ALES OF REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL MER-
AT-Stock 8ales every day. noltf'
J. DO WD'S
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE,
(SECOND STREET, near tin Court Home.)
1 ENTLB HORSES, AND HORSES AND
T Carriages to hire. Also, Horses boarded
by the day, week, or mouth, on reasonable
The Stable has boen fitted an with every care fi r the
comfort of animals, and none but careful groon j cm
ployed. The public patronage Is respectfully solicited. j8-tf
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Hoots and Shoes,
r atn RTRRKT. Dalles, onnoslte Bloch. Miller A Co
JY1 Western Hotel Building. Good AU guaranteed and
11 work done to the satisfaction of customers. Also, oi
hand a fins stock of ready made Boors and Bnoiw. ua
iialrlng done. "i9"
i.iaa lbs. Fresh Batter, in Rolls. For sale
IVUU by UUMAS0N, BT0CKING CO.
DALLES, OREGON. SUNDAY, 3MA.11CII SO, 1864.
Produce & Commission Store.
J. coivsiIi & SONS,
' Second Street, Dalles,
Flour, Feed, Produce
TUB VBRY BEST BRANDS OF FLOUR, FEED OF
all kinds; and erory description of PRODUCE con
stantly in store and sold at the lowest rates.
I A splendid assortmont of FAMILY GROCERIES, In
cluding the choicest Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Ac, selected ex
preasiy lor sunny use.
Star-Consignments received, and a general 8tornge
Forwarding and OominiHsion business atteuded to.
j . uunoE.il a suna, aeconu street,
n26-tf Aiaf door to Payne' t Auction Store.
' ' " - AND
... GROCERY STORE. '.
(Second Street, two doors brlnuAh Globs Hotel ) .
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL MANUFACTURER 0 . ,
I-BR E A 1 . -a
Crackers, Piloi Bread, cakes & Pies,
' ARB DEALER IN
YrOrdor front the upper country filled and nrnnmtlv
aisiwtcnea. . ' ai-u
Wit. HORBDS. . O.t. KCSOOL
WM, MOABTJS & CO.,
PR 0 VISION STORE,
Comer of First and B streets.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS In BREAD,
CRACKERS and Family GROCERIES.
ft Orders from a distauce carefully filled and promptly
atspiucKeii. .... 1-11
A. I. 11LOCII fc OO
MAIN STREET, DALLES,
1UPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Clothing, Gents' Famishing Goods,
CIGARS, TOBACCO & MINERS OUTFITS
All Orders Pnnctnully Attendeil to. J3:tt
WASHINGTON WAGON UO VI)
Portlaml to the Cascades.
Th undersigned would respectfully lufurm the
traveling public that the above named Wagon Road
Is now in traveling order fir light loaded wagons, from the
mouth oi SANDY to CASCADES. Persons wishing to
travel from Portland to the Dalles, will find itto their ad-
ge to cross the Columbis River at the mouth of San-
dy and haul their wagons over this Hoad to the Cascades,
as it will save the price of freight on the lower steamboat
und also over the Cascades railroad. There is a good trait
from the Cascades to the Dalles for loose stock, crossing
the river back again near Little White (Salmon. Ferrios
are now kept at both these crossings. From and after the
16th of February next, the undersigned will keep the
auove Ferries iu connection wiui me. uoaa, anu win pass
tho travel through as cheap as any other route. There
being better grass, less rooks, and generally a better Road
on this route, I natter myself that 1 will receive a liberal
patronage from Drover and Packers. In addition to the
O. B. N. Co.'s steamers, the steamer OeliUi is runuing rrora
tile cascades to the Dalles, and will carry wagons cneap.
Bates of Toll over the Road t
For each wagon, with twohorses, mules, or oxen.. Ai 00
For eaoh additional pair of houses, mules or oxon.... 60
For horse and buggy 70
For each additional horse 25
For each man and horse 60
For each sack animal 3714
ror eacn neau oi amtuais, oiuer man sueep nogs or
For sheep, hogs or goat, each 06
k. v. UAiiux, rroprietor.
We. the undersigned Immigrants, hen 'jy certify that we
sassed over U. C. Hardy's Wagon Road, on or about the
2Mth day of September, 18(13, with the Bethel Train of
thirty-four wagons; anil do consiuor said lusul a good Moun
tain Road for light loaded wagons.
Aurora, Marlon county, uct. o, ioa,
D. XI merman,
John J. Cnllen,
Joseph Durkholder, '
Stephen Smith, -Tlimxlor
C. II. Kill,
Jacob G. Miller,
Joseph II Miller,
G. F. Knop,
C. Wolff, Capt. Train,
SADDLE & HARNESS MAKERS.
rwnn undersigned have opened a
M. SADDLE k HARNESS SHOP,,
on Main street, onnoslte the What Cheer House.
where they aro propared to fill orders In their
line of business. A full stock of BRIDLES, SADDLES,
HARNESS. WHIPS, Ac, constantly on hand and made
to older, Pack-Trains fitted out, and all orders In the
Saddle and Harness line filled with dispatch.
REPAIRING promptly attended to.
, BTR1TTBR A FRITZ, .
fell.tf Main street. Dalles.
gA lbs. Fine Teas, the choicest brand in
91 1 IV market. For sale by
nol UUMASON, XOOKINQ CO,
A. It. liooxii,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
PHI ESt RAPI1KJ, W.T.
F HEIGHTS CONSIGNED TO MY CARE for Colville,
Hock Island, Okanagon, or the Upper Columbia
Mines, will receive prompt attention.
r- Freight Stored, or taken over the Portage at rea
sonable rates. s-tf
COLUMBIA RIVER MINES.
A. H, .BO O T I I ,
FOOT OF PRIEST RAPIDS. W. T.
DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE AND
Miners' Supplies. A full assortment of Goods con
stantly on hand, comprised (n part of
Flour, Miners' Boots,
Beii-msing flour, 1. n. Hoots,
L. II. Shovels,
Bacon, Nailed Brogans,
Beans, - ' Uata,
Dried Apples, - Iudlan Goods,
Sugar, . : Blanket,
Coffee, Dry Goods, '
xom Kocxer jrons. etc.. eu.
Also a good assortment ot Clothiun. Goods delivered
at the upper end of Priest Rapids, if desired. Jylo-tf
L.a. Grande Hotel
THE TRAVELING PUBLIC ARB
heroby notified that the under
signed has Just opened the above named FlfVju'
iiorKU situated in the town ol LAC 1Y
GRANDE, In Grans Rondi v Mr!'
where MEALS maybe had at all hours. GOOD BEDS
will also bo furnished. There Is also in conueotlou with
the House a FEED STABLE and enclosures for Stock.
No pains will br spared by the proprietor to make the
above nainoe House all that can be desired by the travel-
lug public aud others who may favor him with their pa
tronage. X. V.
La Grande, Baker county, Oregon.)
July 4th, 1830. JyMrn
MILLINERY & DRESSMAKING.
f UST RECEIVED FROM SAN FRANCISCO. A FINE
J lot of l'imcy Grooda, suitable fur the lloll
uays, consisting oi
Ladies' Hats, Bonnets, Cloaks,
and variety of other Goods, which together with a lot
oi riajs r uua, win ne uisposeu oi at cost.
M. A. O'llOUHRE, Third street,
MO-tf One siiuare east of tho Catholic Church.
M. .JP. RIECK
MAIN STREET, DALLES.
(Next door below Dr. BelCt Drug Store.)
.PiARMENTS MADE iu the latest style. Clean
UT Repairing neatly executed.
It hereby given that the Capital Stock of the
MUNDS A COMPANY'S WAGON ROAD," having
been subscribed according to law, the first meeting of the
Stockholders will be held at MUNDS' RANCH, on Burnt
River, on FRIDAY, April 1st, to elect a Board of Direc
tors of tue company. tvsi. munds,
Auburn, Fob. 9, 1864, folfl-30d . Incorporators.
W. D. Ill GELOW,
COMMISSION MER CHK.NT,
Columbia ttretL near Alain.
DEALER IN seU-tf
STOVE AiD TI1H STORE.
, (Second Street, near Wuihington,) i ,
HANOrACTURIR AND DIALER IN
sxoves, xin, copper
lin SITVV.T THnV V7JDP
III STORE A FUIjI. assortment of KITCHEN,
Jl PA11L0K, and OFFICE STOVES, which are offered at
low rates. Also, a full stock or TIN WARE, Ac Orders
sromutlv attended, and every description or JOBBING,
whether in Tin, Copper, or Sheet Iron attended to. Give
me a call. A. BETTINGEN,
Second street, near Washington, "
oc20.tr over Musical Hall.
AND ' ,
FIRST STREET, between Yamhill and Morrison.
of from 4 to 40 horse'
power,eitlier Portable or
Stationary. Also, CI It- f
CULAR SAW MILLS
COMPLETE, constantly ? 111,'::
on hand. Also, IlBy Pre- if.W&.
ses of all sises ; Planing
pattern,) Wrought and
Cast Iron work for Ver
tical Sawand Grist mills;
Brass and Iron Castings
WROUGHT IRON WORK
of every description. ' I am also propared to furnish
Quartz Mills complete, of the Latest A
most Improved Patterns.
These Mills can boforwarded to any part or the mines,
as the weight or the entire machinery will not exceed 3,.
Horso Poweri & Agricultural Implements
manufactured to order at the very LOWEST CASH PRICE.
n. h. rarucnior attention paiuto uea AlHB. mm
I WAtia walla ataueman please copy t
CHAS. SCIIELLWOKTU &
PROPRIETORS Of TOE -
LA GRANDE, Baker County, Oregon.
TRACKERS, TEAMSTKHS, FAMILIES
M. and othors supplied wilh
BREAD. CRACKERS. PUSS. CAKES, ate
Also, dealers In Groceries, Provisions, Ac. . mhl0-3m
NO. 83. f'
, . ' ' TDK STEAMK.R ' . 1. '
Stxasaaa KERNS, Master.
will leave rortiana every . . ,
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday,
at 7, A. H., connecting with the new propeller CELILO,'
BAUUUMAa, master, aiinauaacaaes,nexiuay. ttoium
lug, the CELILO will leave the Dalles every '
Tuesday and Friday, 1 "' '
0, A.M.. connecting with the PIONEER at Cascades, eune-r
dav at I'i o'clock M. Freight by this line will be Ibrwaided
from the Dalles by the steamer Cascadilla, White, Master,
to Umatilla, Wallula, and other sort above. Arrange- ,
menta have been made Mr the transit or passengers over
the Portages, and shippers may rely that their freight wilt .
De taken to uosuuation witn care ana uispaicn. lot ireigni
and passage, apply to
JNO. T. KERN 8, Agent, Portland,
. D. BIGELOW, Agent, Dalles.'
NEW CROCKERY STORE!;
31. SELLER & CO.,
Dalles, Oregon, i
-V-VT0ULD RESPECTFULLY Inform the pub- .
lie that they are now opening the stores
formerly occupied by Bloch, Miller A Co., with a '
luruMuij wvuiiiDU uy uiwu, i,,i
large and well selected stock of
LAMTS, of all descrlptloolj
PLATED and BRIT ANU. WARfl,
TABLE and P0CKKT CUTLERY.
NOTIONS, 40., o., -."
WILLOW V? ARB, . . , , t i
KEROSENE OIL, :
CAMPHENK, Ac. ". ".
Having a house in San Francisco and Portland, we aia'
enabled to offer Goods at the lowest rates.
M. 8ELLER & CO.,
del4-tf Dalles Oregon. : ;
H. H. Hlbh. , A. 1. KAMI
WH0LEIAU AND RETAIL DIAURI IN ;. w ,
Groceries, Dry Goods, liquors,.
AND ' " .)
STORAGE AND FORWARDING,
Goods consigned to a will meet With proper attention
FORTLAND. '!...,. DAttBtt 1 . .
. n.W.Oorbet, Robbtns a Cc i '
Richards A MoCracken, . W. O. Moody Co, ..
U. I-aw, O. Uumason.
Umatilla Landing, Sept fits., 1863. ' 1 let-rl .
S. MALTESE, -
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Groceries and Provisions,
MAIN STREET, 1
(Opposite Brown A Bro.) DALLES, OREGON. . ' -
Constantly on hand a full and select
FAMILY GROCERIES, " "l '
STORAGE AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.. Goods.
shipped to order- .
Also, FKEHH AND DRIED FRUIT. .. iu
Also. FRESH FRUIT, and every doscrlntion of VRGkV
TABLES, imported from San Francisco, supplies o which
will be constantly on hand. . jatf j
T? . DEIIM,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
I ...... . K . . .
I m?'rl EJ DAtLTS
(next DOOR TO TBI AS8AT orncE,)
TEALER IN FINE WATCHES, JEWELRY,
s j uiAHjiAa, uoia reus, silver ana naiea nare.
Dpecuicies, uutiery, sc.
Asr-Particular attention paid to repairing fine'
waunes, uiocks, jewelry, eto. All Wi
All Watches repaired by
me warranted lor iweive montns.
All orders from the upper country, bv Exnresa
or otherwise, promptly sttended to. aiilltr J
NEW STORE! '
THE UNDERSIGNED take pleasure In announcing
tothelr friends and the public, that the have RB-
muv hd to ineir new store on tne Northeast Corner oi
MAIN AND COURT STREETS, where they have opened
an extensive assortment of GOODS, consisting In part of
Tobacco, Cigars, Yankee Notions,
CLOTHING, GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, HATS,
CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, Ac, which they jrill sell at th,
lowest rates, see-tf ABRAHAM80N AKOULBERO.
Curteis De Vlsite, Jk,o. ,
FOR A LIKENESS OF ANY SORT, GO TO HOI.STZ
Corner of Second street, opposite the horse market
aud he will . , ,
Give Yon Entire Satisfaction. .
rain or unahine, with hit powerful toitlwider Instru
FOU SALE. . ,
A Lft and Three Houses, situated on
the south side of Second street, between Court and
Washington streets. Centrally located, this property Is
snre to increase in value and offers an excellent opportu
nity ror Investment. For nirther partlcdlars, apply to Kt
DOHNINU, at the Mount Hood S
String Muste furnished BALLS.SOCS
REESj Private Parties, Ac, at Short
Notice, and at reasonable rates. Apply at
tn Cigar Store, of J. D. Sturm, Main
cao-tf J A. BTIIKM.
MR. DIETSB, formerly in our employ, Is so
longer authorised to receive monies on our account.
Eon Francisco, Fob. 9th, 1864, fol9-lu