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About The daily mountaineer. (Dalles, Or.) 1861-1866 | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1864)
tA.T!CHT KA8TKUN NEWfci,
Dit't ttt May 3.
'Cffiro, May $.t la reported that Pduch
tf fraia threatened. iM ensures are being. Iti-
Jlcm to prevent the Government properly from
falling Into the bands of the enemy MionM
HofT ipAin nrtvnnce on that place, his said
th over 1000 people from tbe country Above
Faducnh, and conirahnns are encamped with
in a radius of ten miles on the opposite aide
of the river from that citv.
Wa$hivfftm. May 2. Tl nffiilnvlt taken by the milt
l"1. mint It tee on the Conduct of tlm War Ht Fort Pillow,
whow conclusively that some of the negroes were burlwl
tilfve. The deposition of one wm t-ken, who wm dun out
of his own grave. There Is no doubt of the fhct thut one
r' more prisoners were nailed thrmttfh the fltwh to pieces
of wood and then burlod nlive. Not only on the day of
furrcmler, were such lendteli acts pevpetiutedj, but tiaxt
tiny in cold blood. The victims scon by the cnonnitteo
men plorcedandcut In the face with bnyonets and swords
while other parts of their bodies were dixflgnrtd either
by tel or load.
Ifarrinburg, May 2. Gar. Curtln received potlvo as
surance from th War Department, that the Pennsylva
nia resrrven will be mastered out of the service at the
t'tid of the first yenr from the time they enlisted lu the
State service. They did not enter tbe Foderal sorvlre till
two months after they were sworn Into the service. They
come home to recruit and re-enl st. Their return, how
ever, will be a Ions to Grant of fire thousand of litis mot
effective men fur the greater portion of the summer cam
Nw York, Mny 3. The TTrraltV uneclH. snys that Gen.
Iie docs not dewlftn fulling back on Richmond, but Is cou
centintinff all his forces ai Oranire Court House. A spe
c'al to the Timt says Con pre is now rendy to adjourn
os ifoon as the tariff and Inter mil revenue bills bare been
wti'd on or pasned in the committee. Several members
of the Hon ne were in the Senate yesterday, to urge the
Senators to adopt the House resolution fixing the last day
of May as the time for the adjournment. The Naval and
riv l appropriation bills with the Honate amendments,
were considered by the 1Iono Way" and Means Commit
tee ye terdny. It Is believed that they will be reportod
jo the uouse lo-morrow.
flown Ptaqi iJNE.-MeMrs.Thomrti A Co'sllneof Stage
running between this city and the llolse mines are ma
king their regular trips, and always "come to time.1
Pickers and teamsters complain that the old emigrant
road Is In an almost Impossible condition, but we hear no
J rambling from the stage men. The stages go and come
oaded down with passengers, making remarkably quick
time, and although the roads may be In a bad condition
for tome, wo feel assured that the Btago Company find no
Mortons Impediment to travel, for "nothing stops them."
Too much praise cannot be awarded to the proprietors of
the line lor the promptness and energy tney nare display
ed in putting this line In successful operation. Many per
a rns thought the enterprise would result In a failure. be-
cause it was asserted that the roads were Impracticable
and that stock conld not stand traveling over such rough
country: but these predictions are now proved to have
been grnnndles. The line was put In operation at a tea
fum of the year when the roads were In the worst comll
tion, yet the trips were made with great regularity and
with comparatively little impediment-to travel. The road
arrow tbe Blue Mi tun tains, too, was now. and consequent
ly heavy and rough in places but considerable work has
neen d-ne un thai paction or the route recently, llrhlgea
Iirvh been built, and the steep banks and rough places
graded down, so that the whole line Is now In very good
travoJIng condition. In a short time the roads will'be dry
the whole length of the route and in splendid order, and
I ansentren wll find the Journey much pleasant or than In
early spring. 8o fur, we have beard of no accidents, so
common on mountain roads, such as " upsots." smashed
st air os. broken arms, britlxed heads, etc., and we hope the
road is too good to admit af such occurrences, Walla
Tm Mechanics' Institute of San Francisco
appear to be determined to get up a grand fa.
la tbftt city In August next. Agents have
been appointed to solicit contributions In the
Sandwich Island, Vancouver's and Oregon
MILLINERY AND DRESS MAKING
HVI8S O'ROl'RK dcslriis to Inform the Ladles of
YX DallM and vicinity, thut .he hiu Just received her
The latent Pari., New York and Ban Francisco styles of
BONNETS, HATS, RIBBONS, LACES, FEATHERS,
FLOWEItS. to. A full and well selected assortment of
LADIES' READY-MADE GARMENTS. A Fashionable
. ATAMPINQ for Embroidery and Braiding. PINKINO
dono at the shortest notice. BDNNKTB Bleached and
Pressed in the latent Style. THIRD STREET, one square
ant of the Catholic Church. mao tf
IJKS. TAI.IIOTT & HI ITCH
2IetUeine itnd Surjjoi-y.
MAIN STREET, ovpoiitt Craia'i Drug Star nia
HUMA.SON, STOCKING & CO.
WHOUHAia 1!D RRTAIL MAURI lit
HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL
MAIN 8TRKBT, DALLKS, OREOON. apl
f n the 5th Circuit Court, County of Umatilla, and State
X f Oregon.
LUCY ANN MORTON, Plaintiff,
KUOKNB 8. MORTON, alia. SAMUEL T. BROTHERS,
uit i KQuirr roil Divmo.
To KUOKNE 8. MORTON, alias SAMUEL T. DROTUEItS,
Whkhkas, The aboTO named Plaintiff, Lucy Ann Mor
ton, ha. tile.l hir bill of Coinpluirit In the office of the
Clerk of the above entitled Court, In mi 1 county of Uma
tilla, nylng therein for a decree of mid Count, dlsHolflna:
the marriage contract now existing- between you and said
Plaintiff, on the grounds of habitual and gross drunken
oss by you contracted slnoe the contracting of said mar
riage, and continued by you for two (2) years next pro
coding tbe commencement of this suit; and it appearing,
after duo diligence, that you cannot be found within this
. Ptnte, and It having been ordered by the Judge of said
Court, that notice and service hereof lie hail on you by
fiuhllcatfon. Now, therefore, to the end thereof yon are
tereby notllfi'd anil required to appear In the Circuit
Court. County of Umatilla, and ntate of Oregon, on th
dlh dnv ot June. A. 0.. 1801, and answer the ssld coni'
plaint of Plaintiff, filed as aforesaid, and if you fall to
make Mich answer, the Plaintiff will apply to the said
Court for the relief demanded therein, aud a decree of di
vorce will be taken against you.
LUCY ANN MORTON.
' By ordnr of Hon. J. 0. Waaoit, Judge.
April 11th. 18M. aplMw
Kerosene I Kerosene t
Gallon! Kerosene, warranted pure. For
saleoy . uunAto.i, Biotruny VO.
Regular IWtl Nominations.
. ro ooxonua, '
J. II. . HENDERSON.
FOR RTATR SR1NTCR,
1IRY I.. IMTTOCK.
tor judos nrta judicial district. ,
J. G. WILSON.
C. It. MEIGS.
WASCO COUNTY TICKET.
A. J. BORLAND.
; , TOR COONTT CUIt It,
R. II. REED.
FOR C0CNTT JL'DOS,
O. N. DENNY.
II. J. WALDRON.
SDrERINTKNDRVT OP SCHOOLS,
J. D. ROHII.
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
JAMES It. KELLY.
fbr Judge Fifth Judicial Dittaict,
JAMES H. SLATER.
N. II. GATES.
WASCO COUNTY TICKET.
D. D. STEPHENSON.
THOMAS K. GRAY.
J. H. NKYUK.
' ftmity Clerk,
F. S. HOLLAND.
T. M WARD.
A. W KUt'HANAN.
P. K (ESTER.
...... ' .JACOU.MSELY, ... .. . ...
EIocUou first Monday In June. spSfi-ti
WDOUSAU AND RETAIL DKALRRB III
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
GROCERIES, I'HOVrsiOXg. etc.
nutS STRKET, - - DALLKS,
fkP.8IREto return thanks to their friends and the
JL public lor their past patronage and respectfully
licit a continuance of the same.
Our facilities of every kind enable u confidently to as
sert, that neither in styles nor prlcesof Goods can amor
desirable stock lie found lu the city. Our stock embraces
everyimug m ine nue oi
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
Roots and Shoes,
( lotulupr. Hosiery
Hats and Caps,
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Notions, &c, tc.
A full assortment of family UROCERTKS.
Buying and selling exclusively for cash, we offer the
greatest inducements, and are confident that our easte
rner will acknowledge that the best bargains and cheap
est uoous can oe uuu oi
L' I, FELT DRO'8.
Q. Orders filled with care and promptness 97-tf
13 A.LI WIIS So 11 HO.,
BAVI RC-OFIMID ,
Their Store on Main Street,
Entrance from the Bridge, with a
NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK
npHEY would Invito wpeclal attention to their well
swiecteu luwortment or
Gents' Custom Made Clothing
which, together with a desirable stock ol
will be offered at the lowest Market nates.
K. W. BALDWIN. J. C. BALDWIN.
Dalles, Deo. 29, 18A3.-d:tf.
SODA WORKS I SOD 4 WORKS
T0TIIRL0VRI13 0P A IIRALTIIY AND PLEASANT
DI11NK. Wears now ready with entire NEW MA
CHINERY to supply Hotols, Sal. win or private Families
wnn mis popular ana ueiicious ur.VKKAUB.
Samaparilla and I emon Soda
ENGLISH ALE AND PORTER
of a superior quality, In quarts or pints to suit, at less
inuu luiporreu raios.
by the case, or doen. which needs but one trial to prove
t. MvuiiDiiw unlive nil oilier jjranns.
Pure Wine and . Malt Vinegar
at wholesale ratos low. For any of the above articles
send in your orders, which will bo promptly attended to.
norm muu ui main siruoi, opposite ine uinatllin House,
apio-nn llllAUKIl a JIA.V8EY.
CIGARS AND TOIIACCTo
I keep constantly on .hand a large stock of
the choicest C10AII8 AND TOBACCO, which will be
sold at the lowest tnarkot figures, wholesale and retail.
; J. JDKEK,.
Main street. Dalles.
; aplS-tf (. . Opposlto the Umatilla Jlouse.
J; J U K E H,
, . . Main Street, Dalles, ,,,,
WBOUSAll AND ST Alt tULIl IN
ALWAYS IX STOIUt in I RUT RKANHS Ot .
Cigars, Tobacco, Matches, &c.
COMBS and BltUSHES, o' all kinds, .
1'KltyUMEIlY. ol every description,
TOYS. DOLLS, etc. " '
FISH HOOKS and FISIIINO TACKLE,
FANCY OOODS. c.
Alsn Powder. Shot, Lead. Fowder Flasks, Baskets, and
many other articles too numerous to mention.
y- Interior dealers supplied with Cigars, Tobacco, eta,
at leiis than Portland prices, with freight added. oc8
".Von est d'etre ted voter vita."
Man Is mortal, bocnuse no human being Is phys
ically perfect. Could a man with a frame perfect
ly complete, and free from the germs of organic disease
lie found, that man might live forever, To prolong life
two things are requisite t First, that tbo physical organi
sation lie sound; socond, that the laws of Nature be ob
served and the tono of the vital functions maintained. A
constitution originally unsound and altected by organic
disease, cannot be restored to pristine strength and por-
lect neaiui, uy any ineuicure. nut where no oraanlo dis
ease exists, a genuine Tonic, which repairs the waste of
ine vital functions, is oi inestimauie wortti. The HALU-
TAK1S BITTERS is such a Tonic. It is a Tonic not a
tuere stimulant. The dilferouce is momentous; almost in
appreciable. A stimulant supplies temporary stremrth
followed by speedy reaction, which loaves the unfortunate
ulijoct in a worse state thau that In which It found him.
By the use ot on II nary stimulants, the sick man may be
exalted for an hour or a day, to a delusive strength and
evanescent exhlliratlon. All consciousness of weakness,
depression and pain, vanishes for the moment, but only
to oe succeeoou ny a more complete ana nopeiess prostra
tion. The use of stimulants, begets the absolute necessi
ty of their continued use, until the wretched victim is re
duced to a condition so forlorn that stiniulauts cease to
stimulate I Then all is over, and death Is Inevitable. But
with a Tunic, the case Is far otherwise. A Tonlo produ
ces not a temporary exhiliration. but a permanent Increase
of strength and vitality. A genuine Tonic, strengthens
the vital luuctlons, and is followed by no reaction. It Is
confidently ch imed for the SALUTARIS BITTERS, that
it la a geuulne Tunic, and not a stimulant, and that in all
cases of nervous debility, of torpor, or woakneas of the
Digostlon, of Incipient Dyspepsia; of sluggishness of the.
Circulation, ol dopresslou of the Vital Functions, it is the
Desl remedy ever discovered. SALUTARIS will not raise
the dead; It will not remove organle disease ; It will uot
cure the Incurable; It is no pauecua; but in all cases where
a Tonic is roqiiired. It Is the BEST TONIC now known.
SALUTARIS has no powerful regulative effect on the
bowels: If properly used. It Is a certain cure for all curabla
cases of eostiveueas. Where aclenrly defined tendency to
cxeuveness is ntveiopen. its regular u.e is an unfailing
remedy. SALUTARIS. Is an Invaluable medicine lor fe
male complaints. It has all the heiiefiiial effects of the
best Holland gin, without being liable to the objections
against that beverage. When taken by females for this
specific purpose, it should be mixed with water In equal
quantities. SALUTARIS la an almost instantaneous rem
edy for heart-burn, and the disagreeable symptoms that
sometimes follow an excessive meal. When employed In
such cases It should be taken pure. For ages, the great
prohlom proposed by medical men has been to discover a
Tonic which should be free Irom the reactionary proper
ties of those stimulants which are in everyday use. In
the SALUTARIS BIlTEIIStlils desideratum has at length
keen found. It furnishes a healthy, and not a morbid
stimulus. The happy effects which It produces are per
manent, not temporary; real, not apparent. Its tendency
Is to assist Nature, not outrage her. Where It can effect
no cure.lt cau assuredly do no harm. Its regular and
continued use will cure all diseases of the Liver, whore
they are curable, and alleviate them where they cannot
becured. Asan appetiser, SALUTARIS Is unequalled.
Directions lor use accompany every uottie.
MEDICAL Cr.KTI K1CATE :
MrssM. TlTRtia A Castriib We have carefully sjsmln
ed the recipe by which your SALUTARIS BITTERS la
prepared, and take pleasure In stating that It is a healthy,
aitreoable Tonic and Aperient a promoter of aooetlte and
digostlon, invaluable to thine afflicted with dyspepsia. It
contains nothing hut thine agonts which time and expe
rience have proved to act henellciHlly upon the human
system, wucn agcuue xunic is required.
J. HOWKLUM. D., D. V. VOLTtP.TRI, M. D,
II. A. SHELDON. M. IX. W. A. HKHItKNK. M. D
This Is to certify that we have appointed 0E0. TIIAC1I
Ell A CO., of Dallos. Oregon, nnr Sole Agents for the sale
of the above ALUTAIIIS BITTERS In the State or Ore
gon nnd Territories of Washington and Idaho who will
nil all orders lor same in tile anove Plate and Territories,
BVRSE A CAHTIIKK,
GEO. TIIACIIER Sc CO.,
BOLB AGENTS FOll
Oregon, Washington & Idaho.
Air-Orders promptly filled. , mhQ-y
BocTt stor e".
SECOA D STREET, four diion above tit Otobt Hotel,
Sign of the RIG ROOT.
IP YOU HAVB TENDER FEET,
If corns trouble ynu. lot LUMSDEN take yonr
meanure. snnulil yon wear on either side, LU.M8'
dk can pruvent it.
If there Is anything In art more beautiful than I.UMH
DKN'S BOuTS, the fashionable gents of this age "can't
' If you want a fit, or wear,
Just call to Lumsdon'a shop,.
For all the pffn he wilt not spare. h
To ploase his friends who stop.
And If you wish more ease on earth, .
Your measuro let film get .
Mow call, and get your money .a worth
He Is the mail " you hot."
ne makes the t'nmp, the Opera Boot,
The Wellington- and Cossack;
The Cork, and Backstrap, he can cut, '
And also imiko thorn quick.
The Roman saudle lie can nuke, .
. Or lady's "Upper either;
For all his genius Is awake
To making Boots of leather.
. Tils superiority f style, delicacy of execution, and du
rability of workmanship cannot be surpassed.
vp'il:tf. K1CU0LAS LUM8DIN. ..
ROBBINS, McFARLAND & CO.,
1 WHOLIBILI AMD It IT AIL ' .",
Dealers In General Merchandise,
- Groceries, Provisions. -
Liquors, Hardware & Crockery
Main (Street, Dalles.
OFFER FOR SALE a large and entirely new stock '
of most desirable Goods, among which are
Ladles' Misses' and Children's OAITEHB ami SHOE!);
Ladles' and Misses' CLOAKS and SIIAWLd, all styles;
DRESS OOODS. a large variety;
FRENCH PRINTS, new styles;
Merrimack. Allen's and Cohero PRISTS;
Bleached and Brown MUSLINS, all qualities; '
Fine all Wool BLANKETS;
Ao eudless variety of 8MALL WARES, most dealraMt
and too numerous to mention; ,
French and English MEKINOES;
Plain and Spotted FLANNELS;
Irish LINENS, Ltueu TOWELS, Bed Spreads, Ac.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE..
SELLING AT COST!
ROBBINS, McFARLAND CO., offer their entire
(stock ol Crockery nnd s3tin.sawn.ps..
for sale at COST, lu order to close that branch of thsir
Parties wlehlnf to rjurchsse. will do well to call and
examine our stock, as vse assure them that we can sell
lower than can ne ottered at any other house In town.
Jtemember 8KLL1NU AT COST.
jFine liquors :
ROBBINS, McFARLAND A CO. offer at wholesale a .
large and varied assortment of I.IQU0H8, direct
from New York and Son Francisco, which having been i
purchased some time since, can be sold at about the pre
sent San Francisco ratee. Among which are
1000 galls. BOURBON WHISKEY; .1
1400 galls. RYK WHISKEY;
1000 galls. HOLT'S WHISKEY; '
400 galls. KENTUCKY FARM WHISKEY
12O0 galls. OTARD BRANDY;
m galls, HOLLAND GIN, Ao.
ROBBINS, McFARLAND A CO. hay en hand ana 1
.,ioi fi sale the largest and beat assorted stock of .'
HARDWARE In town.
ROBBINS, McFARLAFD A CO. hay In store a full
assortment of Oooile necessary to complete tbe
Miner.' Ontfita, In this Una we enumerate
BACON, 1 ,' .
. BEANS, '
8CGAR, COFFEE, TEA, Ac.
Also, BOOTS and SHOES, UNDERSHIRTS, and DRAW, ,
ER8, and a full assortment oi' CLOTHING, srrtten) t the 1
Mining trade. All of which arc offered at Ponfaiil pries v .
with transportation added.
Robbing, McFarland It Co., .
MAIN STREET, DALLES,
J24-tf Opposite the Western Hotel.
- , . MrORTZM AND WnoLXUUI
Dealers In Wines, Liquors,
Miners' Goods, Uoat Stores, &c, .
RAVR RXKOVID TO TRI1R
NW STONE BUILDING,,
COANIR or ,
Second and Washington Streets, .
OW IN STORK A LABOR AND COMPLETE AS .
aorcmcnt or ine very nest D rands 01 , , .
WINES AND LIQUORS. .
Also, a full assortment of
GROCERIES & STAPLE GOODS. .
sT Constantly receiving our supplies direct from New
York and Sau Francisco, we are able and willing to sell
at a very small advance on San Francisco prices. They
hope by adopting a strictly correct and prompt method of '
doing business, they will receive the patronage cf the pub- .
nc. j t "'
T. W. GURLEY7
SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL DtNTIST;
HAYING PERMANENTLY LOCA
ted himself In the Dalles, he is now I
pre;Mireu to perform ail
Operations In Ills Line,
In a professional and wnrktaanllks manner. All the latest 1
styles or Plats work done, such as Vulcanised Ilubbw,
llnbber Attachment, and Amber Base. Gold and Silver -Plates,
by the most Improved methods. Persons wishing
first clans lold Fillings Inserted will do well to call.
Particular attention paid to regulating CHILDREN'S
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN, by the use of I
Electricity. Chloroform administered if desired. Prices t
moderate In all cases.
omce Main street, three doors West of the Post OHIre 1
building, (upstairs.) seD-tf
Is M I I IC i:
n 11 u
TT0HN M1CIIELBACII .hat refitted no
a the building at the corner of Second
and B streets, as a first-class Market, where
ne win keep tne neat duality 01
MUTTON, IlKKr AND PUIIK.
which be will sell cheaper than any other market at the
Dalles.. The public r respectfully Invito! to give me I
call. I JOHN MICIIKLRACHJ'i ,
1 ili LI!S it. A It I. K.T.,
CORNER ICCORI) AX WAtaiROTOH ITRRKTR.
'' Opposition 10 all nionopolv. .'
rgiii uniir.itoiunisu iiavk taken
. the tmtlding.lately occupied by FM . Stock-1
lng, and fitted It nnfor the purpose of a FIRST-
CLASS M AIIKET. whore at all time may be
louna me cnoicpst cuts 01 ; '
Reef, . I'ork. Kluttony Lamb,'
Viral, Vc .
ITotol keepers, heads of families and others are Invltet I
to patronise the new Market and thus effect a materia .
reduction in their Meat account.,
jnriOf IIRLLBR A SHAW.
CORNtk SECOND AND WASHINGTON RTRRRTS),
JOS. TEAT. - - - Proprietor. ,
HAS REMOVED TO TUB NKWj
Buihling, wiiera he la prepared to (
furnish Staanibnnts, Hotels, Restaurants,
ana amines witti tn cnoicest
Reef, Mutton. Fork and Veal.t.
Rlaughterlnr none hut the best and fattest cattle, those 1
who desire CHOICE CUTS may at all times rely upon be
lng suited. JOS. TEAL,
oc30-tf Corner Becond and Wash iDgtoa ttreeta, Dalits. ,