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Fan Francisco, March 18. Eastern line not
working last night. The Brother Jonalhau
anil- d lor your port. She carried (even hun
dred tons of merrhandise and a great many
passengers. The Sierra Nevada will also car
ry about a thousand tons of freight and up
wards of five hundred passengers. Bark Jane
A fuulkenburg sailed for Portland with about
'00 tons freight. Baric Experience, thirty-six
days from Tahiti, brings 359,000 oranges,
LOT), 000 lemons, and 3,000 cocoanuts.v
All parties arrested on criminal indictment,
except Smiley, have furnished bonds.
U. S. Grand Jury have indicted Eugene L.
Mi , Uernard Van Home and John L. Cook,
for fraudulent invoices through the Custom
Ripid decline in grain and produce market.
Prices being solely of a speculative character.
Choice butter from the Isthmus, firm at 40
O-nU. Effzs 30Ci)35.
Xreka, March 18. A fiie broke out about
half past 3 o'clock to-day, among a lot f
woodeu buildings on the corner of Miner and
Oregon streets. Some eight or more building
were destroyed. A. E. Pa ne, in whose ba
kery I bf tire originated, is the heaviest loan,
The tjial loss is thought to be not over$u,
Four men, of Go. F, California Volunteers,
Stationed at the Forks of Salmon, have desert
ed and are supposed to be on Salmon Mpunt-.
ains watching for the express, as their-camp
fire) hate been teen. They have been rob
Jacksonville, March 18 The man theretofore
Siifpeuti'd of having committed the mtrdsr
pt-rpe- raied some time since on Mrs. Long, Las
'laced. lu.mjeU. in cuatpdy, and demands I
trial. He can prove biis.iuaicjeace. Il is gen
orally believed that he is innocent. He i
familiarly known b - thr name of "Buckskiu
e 1 1
We clip the luilowingtroui the St. Joseph
Mo.) Herald of Feb 7ili :
The range ol t ie St. Joseph cattle market
it from $'i 26 to $4 50 gross, for common to
extra hue fatted beeves.
Lst Saturday week 150 negroes, enlisted
in Chariton county, If tl in a body tor St. lois
is, under charge ot the Provost Marshal for
la St. Louis on Friday last there were sales
of two lots ot heavy well fattened hogs at
$7 40, to $7, b.O net. Tue packing season is
Navigation Ryspmo. The Majors has re
turned ber regular trips between Leavenworth
Ngao Rsohditj. A company of colored re
cruits left Hamilton on Tuesday last for Beu
Foa Ioauo. Aa hundred gentlemen arrived
oil tnday s evening tiain, trotn the ast ties
t ned for the new. gold regions. They wi.l
proceed by stage to .Salt Lake, where they
Will, remain till the early opening ol spring,
when they will start for the mines. They
represent the gold fever as prevailing to
high degree in. the. East, and predict an unu
sunlly large emigration during: the coming
"Oh, Dear 1" exclaimed Henrietta
vl r j wing herself into therockingchair.
'1 II never go to Ibat roet oHiee Bgai
to be looked out of countenance by all
those me.a on the sidewalk. It's so
provokiugji What can I do, Sarah
Jane, to.Btop those awful men Irom
staring me bo in the face r "Do as
d,o," replied. Sarah, with a sly look
"show your ankles J
The Ercuobt in Santa. Barbara. A ger.
Ilemao w riles from Santa Barbara, Februa
29th, as follows: No rain, no grass. Call
horses and sheep literally starving by thou
sands. No ploughing going on. Ranchers
and farmers are almost ruined. Conaterua
tion is on all the laces, and if Qod don't he
us, era J soul in this county will have
hunt a new home.
BLACK & MACK
N COMPLIANCE with the re- .
js. quests ol many prominent citisena ol
the pallet, 0. H. MACK, of the above Arm,
tenders hit professional services. Office In
. I . . . ... 1 ur J1..-I . ...,..!! Til ...... ,
Jewelry Store. ARTIFI0 A L TEETil inserted In all the
late improved styles. Nc but Alio, moat skillful and
highly finished operation! performed. Will remain but
a short time. ,
D dies, March 18, 1864. mrl9-tf
ASitvABtlon as SALESMAN in a Store, by one who
who understands the busiiiesa. Will contract for
montha at lair wages to be agreed upon after one
month's trial. Enquire at V. 8. HOLDAND'o STOKE.
Dalles, March 18, 1884. mrl 6t
.B .A. Xj ID H E A. D 8.
Detter's Celebrated Hair Restorative.
This it to certify, that having teen the goodeffoctln sev
eral cases, and through the recommendation ot friends, I
was induced to try DETTER'S HAIR RESTORAT1 VK, and
that it produced a fine coat of HAIR on the top of my Or
ilium, where t should grow, but wot not. Therefore, 1
take pleasure in reoomiuuuding it to all, more vepoulully
the young uhmarrlpd men, as a turo cure.
Lewitton, Oct. 31; 186 '. E. 0. Mathiw.
II. J. W ALDRON, Sole Agent, Drug Store, Main si net,
third door below Court, Dalles, Oregon. ' mrl-ln
J. J UKEE,
3iain sireei, vanes,
WBOLUAUI AND BKTAIt SIALSB IN
ALWAYS IN HTORl TBI BIST UARDS Of
igars, Tobacco, Matches, &c.
PORT HON IKS,
COM US and BKU8IIE8, o' all kinds,
PEKPUMKKY, ot every description.
TOYS, DOLLS, etc.
FISH HOOKS and WISHING TACKLE,
FANCY GOODS, Ac.
Alao Powder. Shut. Lead. Powder Flasks. Basket, aad
many other article! too numerous to attention,
tir Interior dealera supplied with ClgaseTphaceo,.ete,,
at leal thaiuPortlautl prices, with freight aUled oc-8
"Kan et rirert ted valrr tita."
"MfXa.u la mortal, because no human being It DbVi
IT luilly perfect. Could a uian with a frnuie swlect-
ly complete, ainl .fro from the gcrrns,or prip)nVvdlaMa
lie found, that maa might lly,.,JoreiM. To proibng life
two things nreroqulsite :' First, that the phyilcal organl-
rjitinu ea.jwuud.; leaond, that the laws of Nature be ob-
served and the tone of the vital functions maintained. A
constitution originally unsound and affected by organic
ntsease, cannot ne restorea to pntllne etrtngtb and per
fret health, by any medicine. But where no organic die
Me exists, a genuine Tonic, which repairs the waste of
tiie vital functions, la of inestlmuble worth. The SALU
TARIS BITTERS is such a Tonic. It I a Tonic not av
mere stimulant. The difference Is moniantuua'.ej locates-,
appreciable. A stimulant bupdIIci tensnorarv atrene-th..
followed by apeedy reaction, which leewea the unfortunate).
subject in a worse slate man that In which It found Dim.
By tne use or ordinary ttlmulnutt, the sick; man may be .
exalted fur an hour or a day, to a delusive strength and
evanescent exhlllratlon. All consciousness of weakness,
depression and pain, vanishes for the moment, but only
to ue succeeuuu uy a more complete ana nopeiesa prostra
tion. The una of stimulants, bogott the absolute necessi
ty of their continued use. until the wretched victim ia re
duel to a condition so forlorn that stimulants cease to
stimulate! Than all la over, and death la Inevitable. But
with a Tonic the case is far otherwise. A Tonio produ
ces not a temporary exhlllratlon, but a permanent Increase
or ttrengtn ana vitality, a genuine Ton 10, strengthens
the vital functions, aad ia Jollovod bv no reaction. It ia
confidently clrimed for tlie SALUTARIS DITTKK8, that
at la a genuine Tonic, ana not a stimulant, aud that In all
cases of nervous debility, of torpor, or weakness of the
ingestion, oi incipient Dyspepsia; or siuggisnneaa or the
Circulation, oi depression of the Vital Functions, it ia the
best remedy ever discovered. SALUTARIS will not mlaa
the dead : It will not remove oricanic disease: it will not
cure the Incurable; it fa no nanecea; but in all cases where
a Tonic It required, It ia the Iinaf TONIO now known.
BALUTAK18 bat no powerful regulative effect on the
bowels; if properly ased, it la a certain cure for all curable
cases of coetlvenesa. Where aclearly denned tendency to
Outtiveneas ia developed, Its regular use la an unfailing
remedy. SALUTARIS, ia an invaluable medicine for fe
male complaints, it baa all the beneficial effects or the
best Holland cin, without being liable to the objections
against that beverage. When taken by feataloa for this
tpecinc purpose, it should be juixd sriio water iu equal
Quantities. 8AXUTARIS ia aa almost haataataneosis rem
edy for heart-burn, and tlie disagreeable symptoms that
lomotlmoa follow an excessive meal. When employed in
such cases it should be taken pure. For aces, the treat
proiilcm .uxopoacu ny medical men has been to discover a
Tonic which ahoiild be free from the reactionary proper
ties of thoso atimulante which are in everyday use. In
tbeSAUJTAlUS BITTERS thia desideratum baa at length
been found. It furnishes a healthy, and not a morbid
stimulus. The happy effects which it produces are per
manent, not temporary; real, not annarent. Its tendencw
la to assist Mature, not outrage her. Where It can effect
no cure, it can assuredly do no harm. Ita regular and
continued use will cure all diaeaaet of the Liver, where
they are curable, and allovlate them where they cannot
be cured. At an appetiser, SALUTARIS it unequalled.
mrecuouB lur use accompany every nottio.
Messrs. Bthms A Castbie We hare carefullv examln.
ed the recipe by which your SALUTARIS U1TTKUS ia
prepared, and take pleasure In stating that It Is a healthy,
agroeauie ionic ana Aperient a promoter ol appetite and
digwtlon, Invaluable to thoso aflllcted with dyspepsia. It
contains nothing but those agents which time aiu) expe-
nuuvv ... tv wi wcuauviiuiy upon use,oaiuiiin
ysiem, wnen ageuue Aonic is reqnirea.
nun bijij, n. i.,
B. A. SHELDON. M. D-
D. V. VOLltETRI, Ma-D.
W. A. BEIIKEN8. M.T.
This Is to certify that we have appointed GEO. TH ACH
RR A CO., of Dalies, Oregon, our Sole Agents for the saje
of the above SALUTARIS BITTERS In the State of Ore
gon and Territories er Washington and Idaho, who will
on all orders lor tamo in tut above state and Territories.
GEO. TII-A-CUJER & CQ
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Oregon, 'Washington Idaho.
Vtef-unjera prompuj ueq DlllV-y
HANDLE Y & SINIVOTT, Prop'rs.
THIS WELL KNQWI HOTEL It now open for the
reception of gutsta. AlW being thoroughly reno
vated aud newly furnished, It will be conducted, lu all its
uepantuenta, as a nrtt cjajm ihjtku xne House it con
veniently loeaied near the steamboat landinsr and railroad
depot. Baggage takouio the JiJohm, freeof charge. Uoutt
kept open all night. 1
The Proprietors will oof Irresponsible for any Baggage
or Valuables, unless a check la given therefor.
Meals SO eents -LoAKlBtra 50 cents, mrl-tf
DIt. A.. jr, lld,FFMAN,
DUVOIOlSU CIIDPCflal B, APfnilfUCD
rniiKinii auiyiturs uu nuuvut ntiw
T ATE COUNTY PHYSICIAN, and Physician of tht
JLi Gorman Hospital Society of Trinity County, Califor
nia, respectrally offers bit services to the public of Dulles,
and vicinity. te'29-lni
Office in French Oilman's fire-proof ttont building,
curnrr vi rf uai.ina.wu.iiu oucynu streeie.
O f Men to work on the Dalles and Enlse Road. Ap.
aMtJ ply to J. P. BOOTH, or J. B. BOBBINS, Mala
BOBBINS, McFARLAND & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Dealers In General Merchandise.
Liquors, Hardware & Crockery
Main Street, Dalle.
OFFER FOR 8 ALE a large and entirely new stock
of most desirable Goods, among which are
Ladies' Misses' and Children's GAITERS and SHOES;
Ladies' and Mlsi,es' CLOAKS and SHAWLS, all ttyleat
DRESS GOODS, a large variety;
FRENCH PRINTS, new styles;
Merrimack, Allen's and Cbheco PRINTS;
Bleached and Brown MUSLINS, all qualities;
nne aii wool uiiAnivaits;
An endless variety of SMALL WARES, moat desirable
and too numerous to mention
French and English M URINOUS;
Plain and Spotted FLANNELS; '
Irish LINENS, Linen TOM' ELS, Bed Spreads, Ac
CROCKERY ARID GLASSWARE,
SELLING AT COST!
FkOBBINS. McFARLAND A CO., offer their entlrs
block of Crockery and Olnssware,
(or sale at COST, ia order to cloae that branch of their
Parties wishing to purchase, will do well to call and
examine our stuck, as we assure them, that we caa e)
lower than can be offered at any other hoosAio.to.V4U,
Remember SELLING AX GOW.
E0BB1N8, McFAAltAND A CO. offer at wholesale
large and varied aaeortfmmt of I.IQUQR8, dlrafll
i New York end 8i,(uaiah,lc.u)vjna; been
Ha" some ii ma, luMcaa, soiu, at, foout tua pre
aunt San FrnnciscojAe-. A smug, which. arrrr
H00 g41i,,feYS W4JU8KKYV
1000 galls. HOLT'S WHISKEY
400 golla. KENTUCKY FARM WUUKBY.
. 1200 galls. 0A11D BRANDY;
WO guils. HOLLAND GIN, Ac
TlOBBINS. McFAltLAND CO. have on hand ana
IV .n'ei ri tale the largest and bait assorted stock of
11 All U TT Atlfi IB tOWO.
"DOBBINS, McFARLAFJI A CO. have la Mora a full
IV aaauri ment of Goad. Boueaeary to complete the
aimenr ultima., ittius una w tun tutsan.
SUQ AH. OOFFER. TEA. b-
Also, BOOTS and SHOES. UNDKItSlllUTiajid DRAW
BR8. and a full assortment of CLOTHl'NU.mitxL a tin
Mining trade. All of which are offered at Portland price
wini sransrartauon auuea.
Robulns, AlcFarland Hi Co.,
MAIN STREET, DALLES,
J34-tt Opposite the Western Hotel.
BALDWIN & XlltO.,
Their Store on Main Street,
Intranet from the Brldft, with a
NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK
rpiIEY would invite especial attenUon to thtlr well
jb. teiectea aasortment ot
Gents' Custom Made Clothing
which, together with a desirable stock ot
will be offered at the lowest Market Rates.
r. W. BALDWIN. J-O. BALDWIN.
Dalloe, Dec. W, 1863.-d:tf.
JUVENILE SCHOOL, TOK GIRLS,
T will commence MONDAY, February 39th,
JL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, In the house known at the OLD
uktuuuibt cuuttCH. Termtat followtt
Abecedarians. 13 00
Orthography, Reading. Writing, Geographv. aad
Mentnl Arithmetic .'. 00
Grammar, History, and Practical Arithmetic T 00
instructions in Vocal Music, Sewing, Embroidery, Needle-work,
Knitting, Ate, wUttia, gives, free of charge. No
paint will be spared for the advancement of the Scholars.
loawni AMANDA GAINES.
KEIMISON &. HOLLAND'S SALOON.
MAIN STREET. DALLES.
THK U :V I It BIO N hi T) INTI
mate to their friends and the public, that they have
ntted up a Saloon on the North..ildeof Mninjtreei, wlurt
they will be happy to tee their old friends and acquain
tance. Their liar it stocked with
Wines, Liquors and CIgaj-s,
OF f HI BEST QUALITY.
mttf KERRI8QN A HOLLAND,
In Connection with their CANYON CITY IX
PHESS. Mestrt. Joues k Edcar. will nlace a PASSEN
GER TRAIN upon the road, which will take passengers
tnrougu tome wnyqu intiueoi lour aayt. Kelaytol Horses
have been provided, and It It Intended- to put paaaengert
ihroagh in exprest time. The Ant PASSENGER, TRAIN
wll leave the Dalle,, oa or about the iDlth inttn and will
connect with the California steamer. For further partic
ulars, inquire of MR. BURKE. Agent, at Wells, Fargo
Co.'! Express. JfalO-tf JONJtS A EDGAR.
OIUP HOTEL X UESTAfJRANT
MAIN STREET, next door to Baldwin Bro.'aon tke
This nw establishment It now open for the
accommodation of the public. Everything Is entire
ly new. All the Substantiate and Delicacies of life will
be served up In a neat aud inviting atyje. A share ol pub
lic patronogs Is solicited. JOHN HUNTEIt,
W, P. BURCIIARD,
Dalles, Feb. 13, 18a,, fell-tf J ituprietors.
A VALlvAIILE FARM
On Ten Mile Cpcck, of 70 acres of rich bottom
Land, 60 acres fenced and 46 acrat hat been cultiva
ted; 200 Fruit Treea, tome bearing, comprising Apple,
r-eacn, Plum, Pear, Cherry, and Apricot; Grape viuet,
Currant and Lawton Blackberry, Poultry, Garden aeedt
and Farming Implements, Dwelling House, ont houses,
Ac, all are offered for SSQP cash. Inquire on the prem-
Bt-, mun suiove lue Siva jane lioute, or
felS-tV O. OLNKY.
Tne IinderalfJBed, having leased the FIVE MILE
HOUSE to Moors. McUride A Buckner.would inform
the nubile that thev will continue to earn an th. Mm.
business, and they hope to receive a liberal there of the
public patronage, at they intend to keep it In a ttyle nn
surpaased by any House on the road. All demandt against
the Houte will be settled by the undersigned up to date,
and all persona Indebted to tht Mime will please call and
Dalits, March 1, 1864,
ntcivcii &, Gil, ITIAJ.
i latroaTias AMD WBOLSSAU ; - i
Dealers in Wines. Liquor
Miners' Goods, Boat Stores, &
AVI SSMOVID TO THS1
NtW STONE BUILDING'
Second and Wasblngrton Streets..
NOW IN STORK A LARGS AND C0MFLHS AS-.,
eortmcnt of the very beet brands of
WINES AND LIQUORS. ,
Also, fnH assortment. ,yf
GROCERIES iVSTAPkE GOODS.
AYaT Constantlv recelvina- out aunnliet direct from New ..
York and San Francisco, we, are able, and willing to tail ,
at a very small advance oi) , Ban, Fsancltoo prlcaa. They .
aope oy aaopting a t,trictiy oorract ana prompt metnoa or j
doing business, they will receive the patronage cf the pun-
waousAis, aks utaii bxaliu m
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
MAJJvJ.STJREIJT, - - DALLES,,
'rtvEBIRE to return thanks to their frienda and the .
MW pubUe tor their nasi uitronaira and resDectlnUv to. .
lictM continuance pi ,ne same.
Our facilities of evr, kind enable ns confldentlv to aa-.
tert, that neither In ttyteji nor prices of Goods can a more
desirable stock be found hxue city. Our stock embraces ,
everything In t)e line of
tsuncy ana Hiapte iry vo,ods,
Hats and CaptH
tients'. Furnishing GtjQudsK
A full anacrtmpt,s(,FiTmily GROCERIES.
Buylntrand eelllnt:. exclusively for cash, we offer the;.
greatest Inducements, and are confldent that oor cutte-.
men will acknowledge that tht best bargain and cheap-,
eat Gooda can be had of
IXFELT BltO'S. .'
19. Orders filled with cm and promptneae. S'-tt
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.;
DUSEIVREIllT Sc BROS.,
Dalles and Walla WUo '
Stapje and Taney Dry Goods.
liooits and Shoes, ;
Mats and Caps,
And a full-attortanuiuX. at,CU)etral Msrchaadite. Baying .
our Good exclusively In the San Franciteo market, and,
making sou but cash purchases, we, are enabled to tall.
K) per caut cheaper tltaAao othar.Uouae at the Dalles.
sl-tf, IluJU.it ami WAW&ij, r
It. II. MALLORY,,
DRY GOODS, WINES. PITCH,
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, OAKUM,
BOOTS A 81I0F.S, CIGARS, OORDAORr
TO AOCO, HARDWARE, AUD BOAT
STORES, of all descriptions. Also, a full assortment-,
of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, adapted to the wanted
of tht country. All orders from the upper country .
promptly attended to, and Goods sent by return steamer.
Goods sold 2u per ceut. cheaper thnn any other atore la
tsw- o!3-tf) R. II. MALLORY.
J. W. GURLEY,
SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL DENTIST i
HAVING PERMANENTLY LOCA
ted himself In the Dallea, he Is now I
prepares. fqpajyon ui
i OMrfltlons In IHs Line.
In a proWionti and workmanlike manner. All the latest
Styles of Plate work done, such as Vulcanised Rubber,
nuuuvr Aiuicnuieni, ana Amoer nose, uoiu ana culver,
Plates, by the most Improved methods. Persons wishing-'
first claaa Gold Fillings Inserted will do well to call.
Particular attention nald to rcculatln CHILDREN'S
TEETH. ' '
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN, by the ose of
Electricity. Chloroform administered if desired, "fiicss
moderate iu all caaea.
Office Main street, three doors Wait of the Pott ORIre.
bnildlng, (upstairs.) tet-tf
jouk a. rosrui. ' a. i. ni mar.
J OH IV 11. FOSTER Ac CO..
Front. Street, Portland,
EtB ROW RECEIVING AND OFFER
for tale a full assortment of '
Shelf and Builders' Hardware,
MECHANICS' &, MINING TOOLS,
Consisting of SHOVELS, lout and abort handled: Ion J
and short handled SPADES; Sluice Forks and Brnshea;
vtrignri Bucramente made MINING PICK8) CpllU'l
Mining Picks, new pattern; Manilla. Hope, from J4 to 2
Inch in diunieler, Hunt's AX4B, handled and unhaudled;
Hickory Pick and Axe llandlet; Ox Yokes and Ox Bows;
Whip, Cross Cut nnd Slill Saws ;' Crow Bars, tteel; Mining
and Fry Pang, Crfee Mills; Nails of all sites, Ac. To- .
gather with s large assortment of
SI1ELE AND HE IVY GOODS,
In our Hue, to all of which welnvlte the attention of pur- ,
chasars, confldent that we can give tatlsfactlon, Iwth at ,
to quality and prices. j. R. FOSTER A CO.
I 1'oarLAND, Oct. 1, 1863. oct-ti'
ooansa sioomd ard washimqton stuits,
JOS. TEAL, - - - Proprietor.-
f AS REMOVED TO HIS NEW,
MM. Building, where he la nroi
furnish Steamboats, Hotels, ftttl
and Families with the choicest .
Heef. Mutton Tni.lr .nl Xra':
Baughturiug none but the beet "A fattest cattle, those .
who desire CHOICE CUTS may stall timet rely upon be-
Ing suited. JOB. TEAL,
oc30-t( Corner Second and Washington streets, Dalles.
iiiuriiti; n a wTk etv..
J una MiuiiKi.iiAtJii has refitted npj
'the building at the corner of Second t
and. B streets, at a flrtt-claat Market, where
ho will keep the beat oualltv of
MUTTON, HUKr AND PORK.
which he will sell cheeper than any other market at the .
IMl least 1'lisa miKlin aa-- l.. 1 1 .. i n . r '
II ayitv. svi llWISJVilllll
tfnlly Invited to give me a .
JOHN M1CIIELBACH. ,
lU. A. II. STEELE.
0J!.,.,,C tb s twain byX. W,
JL ;00a. Cprusr of JJour' and .Fourth Strpoti,