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DALLES, OUKGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST OS, 1865.
PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING,
(MONDAYS KXCIPTID,) BT
WILLIAM II. NKWELL,
KDJTOU AND PUOPIIISTOR.
l'trasa Twenty-fin emit por week, payable to the carrier
per inontli, by mull, $1; three months, (2 50; six
months, $5; one year, $8. Advertisement Inserted at
Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe
nted with neatnesa nnd despatch, and forwarded as per
erdertoany part i.f I lie country. Payment Jor Job Print
tug must be made on tUlivery oj work.
UAIK STABIT, DALLES, OE1O0K,
THOMAS SMITH, Proprietor.
a First-class house.
IN TBI (1INTU OF BUSINESS,
Near the Steamboat and Railroad Landing
8nperlor Accommodations for Families and can Ao
commodate One Hundred and Fifty Quests.
Meals 60 est. lodging...... :..B0cts.
Fire Proof Safe for deposite of valuables.
1 House open all night. Baggage taken to the House
free of charge. . ,, THOMAS SMITH, ,
tnh8-tf . Proprietor.
IIANDM2Y & SINNOTT, I'rop'r.
rHlUIS WELL KNOWN HOTEL is now open for the
JB. reception of guests. After being thoroughly reno
vated and newly furnished; It will be conducted, in all
departments, ns a first class UOTKL. The house is con
veniently loeated nenr the steamboat landing and railroad
di'pot. Dupage taken to the Uouse, free of charge. House
kept open all night.
Tlie Proprietors will not be responsible for any Baggage
r Valuables, unless a check is given thorefor. .
Meals 50 cents i,od glngs BO cents, mrl
DIEULAM Sc WENTZ,
,W IT,I CORt,ER THIRD AND B STREETS
'jM & Dalles City, have on hand a variety
AkSiJwj; VL0,n''cll,R Tables, Chairs, Bureaus
eyt' -jjjjj 1)e,, an(1 n,,t ernls. Bedding, Carpets
etc., etc., all of which wiH be sold at low rates. Furniture
Repaired, nnd Upholstering done to order. Aleo,o hand
ilatlrvsses aud Pillows. Spring Beds made to order.' uul2
0. D. KCKUKL.
WM. MOABUS &CO.,
mo VISION STORE,
Corner of First and B streets.'
WnOT.K9AI.IS AND RETAIL DEALERS In BREAD,
CJHACK ER8 and Family GROCERIES.
. 10nlers from a distance carefully filled and promptly
E. P. FITZGEHAL1)
' BSALEE IN
HAKDWA RE .
Ii'on mid Steel..
Kvtry Ducriftion of ".
Miners' and Mechanics' Tools,
AND . . .
fillip CUANDLKKY, GUOCKIUKS, CLOTHING, AND
STAPLE DRY GOODS, .
Crockery and Glassvraie. -
. . B. P. FITZOKRAM), -flO-tf
HOOT ASI) SHOE STOUi;,
IT. "WYCKMA ,
r AS JUST RECEIVED.dlroct from San Fran.
. clsco, an unusually fins and well selected
BOOTS AND SHOES, ;
of the very best quality and latest styles
EVER BROUCHTTOTHIS MARKET,
Including the celebrated ENGLISH HUNTING SHOE
manufactured by Benkert. - Also, a large assortment of
Ladles' and Children's Gaiters,
Of the latest 8tylea, fust received from the best Phil
adelpula makers. Also, a very large assortment of.
FINE DRESS BOOTS. .
, 49-Oentlemeu who prefer to have their Roots or Shoe
made to order, can rely upon obtaining a neat and easy
(It. F. WYOKMAN, Main street,
ap22-tf Opposite the Express Office.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
OVHUOL BMUHS, STATION BKY,
9 Standard and Miscellaneous WORKS,
Lata NOVELS, MAGAZINES. PAPKKS.i
.e., Ac by every Steamer. Post-OlDce"
Bookstore, slain street, Dalles. . .
, ma7-tf H. J. WALDROV A 00.
; W. X. BIGELOW7
Receiving-, Storing, Forwarding
Commission Merchant !
" Located at the Bridge end of slain street safe from
re for storage, . mhlS-tf
Tbe Oregon Steam Navigation Co.
Ktm urtian rW
On and after Tneaday, December 8th, until
further notice, the O. S. N. Company will despatch
one of the following named Steamers
Nez rerce Chief, Okanagon,
FOR UMATILLA & WALLTJLA
on MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY of each
Returning, leave Wallula and Umatilla tin TUESDAY,
THURSDAY, and SATURDAY of each week. .
The Passenger Train,
To connect with the STEAMERS AT CELLUO, will star
from the Railroad Depot,
Dalles City, at 5 A. M.
The Steamer Oneonla, ('apt. J.
McNULTY.will leave DALLES, DAILY, (Sundays ex
oepted) at 6 o'clock, A. at., for CASCADES, connecting
with the steamer WILSON 0. HUNT, Capt. Wolf, foi
Portland. . FRANK T. DODGE, . '
Dalles, Sept. ST, 1804: mrl-t Agent 0. 8. N. Co.
UMATILLA AND, BOISE
L I N E
: CARRYING .
THE UNITED STATES MAILS,
ISH & f-O.'S 10 XPRKSS,
CONNECTINO WITH THE
O. S. N. CO.'S STEAMERS
TO AND FROM -
PORTLAND AND TUB DALLES,
Leaves Umatilla regularly every other day, via Swift
t Meactmm'a Stntion, La (irande City, Powder, Uurnt,
Weiser and Payette Hiver Valleys to I'lacerville ; there
connecting with etagen to Centrovllle and Idaho City,
and all parts ol Rnise Uasin. Also connecting at Payette
river with Bon Uolllday's i - ;
Overland Stfttie Line ':
To Boise and Salt Idike Cities; and at Boise City wit
stages to Idaho City and the Owyhee Mines.
' Office at the Orleans Hotel, TJmatlllo. Oregon! ' '
: ' .. . ISH A HALEY, .
Dated Fehrnaiy aBth, 1S86. f2Btf f 1
DALLES & mm CITY STAGE
. , Are now running their line of
BETWEEN ., ,
DALLKS & CANYON CITY
.By way of i
Todd's Bridge, Cross Hollows, Bridge Creek, Alkali
Flat, Camp Watson. Hock Cm, Cottonwood and John
Day's River, tri-weekly.
' ' 1 " CAMimo ' ' ' '
WELLS, FARGO & CO'S EXPRESS.
Leaving Dalles and Canyon City every Tuesday and
Friday morning. '. Through in two days.
JAS. A. UENDERSON, Agent, Canyon City.
Dalles office At Wells, Fargo A Co.'s, Dalles. ,
N. 0. MAYHEW, Agent.
Dalles, April 28th, 1866,- ap26tf
FOU UOlSE JUIiVES MllECT.
WALLA WALLA L BOISE LINE
. CARRYING . . ,
THE U. S. OVERLAND MAILS
Wells,' Fargo & Co.'s Express,
Is now making Regular Trips from Walla Walla to PI
cervllle, (Boise Mines.) . -
Through in Two and a Half Days
Connecting with the Wallnla Line of Stages, and th
Boats of tbe 0. S. N. Company.
. . 0E0. F. THOMAS CO.,
ap27-tf ' Proprietor
Oregon Steam Navigation Co.,
- : NOTICE.
REDUCTION TON FREIGHT!
1-JROM AND AFTER 1ST JULY NEXT, TUB BATES
1 ot freight will be as follows:
From Portland to Dalles ..... ..116 M per ton
" Dalles to Umatil'a 16 00 -
' Wallula 17 60
ir White Bluffs 40 00 -
" Paleuse Landing - 00
Lewlston i 00 00
From and after THIS DATE, the freight on FLOUR
from Dalles to Lewlston will be FORTY-FIVE DOLLARS
per ton. fjeiiatn J.8. HUCKEL,
Dalles, June 18th, IBoe.. , Pres't. 0. B. N. Co.
:- L i' v' ' '''! i- s 1
0. 8. TOWLE,
Main street, Dalles.
CRANDALL & TQWLE,
' WHOLES!!! AND EIIAIL DEALERS IN
CROCKERY, GLASS, CHINA,
PLATED "W, ABK,
Chandeliers, Parlor, Hall, Side
: and Hand JLamps.
WICKS, CHIMNEYS, SHADES, CANDLEWICK1NG.
' '' . Also
Kerosene, , . ,
, Coal OH, '
V- tard. Sperm, '
-. . - xanner's and
.- Keatsl'oot OH,
Turp entine & Burning Fluid.
MAIN STREET, (Near Court,) DALLES, OREGON,
: - 'And 82 Front Street, Portland.
Dalles, March 1st, 1866.
i it u i i; in & iriL n a a
' ' IMPOKTiaS AIC9 WH0LE8AU
Dealers in Wines, Liquors
, GBOCERIES, .
Miners' Goods, Ooat Stores, &c,
' BAVS SSKOVID TO inIR '
. (,. CORNEBOr
Second and Washington Streets,
. DALLES CITT.
NOW IN STORK A LARGE AND COMPLETE AS
sortmcnt of the very best brands of
WINES AND LIQUORS.
' Also, a full assortment of - ' 1
GROCERIES & STAPLE GOODS.
49" Coiiitnntly receiving our supplies direct from New
York atid San 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 ol
doing buirtneaa, they will rooeiye the patronage cf the pub
He. ' u4-tf
GREAT BARGAINS !
IN COSSF.QUENCB OF DULL TIMES, AND IN AN
ticlpAtion of high water, we shall this day commence
to sell qjjr.hAndsome stock of
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING
At greatly reduced rate .
O K C l. S H ! i
All thole that wish to be benefitted by this opportu
nity, will do well to call as soon as convenience will al
low. AW Don't forget the 8tore,
mylU:tr. COnN A BOHM'8.
-. . ! , : . DEALERS IN , " ' .
, ' . . . . . . .
-". CORNER OF , j ' . '
Main nnd Union Streets, Dalles.
J. 0. BALDWIN ' - ' mh21-tf F. W. BALDWIN.
U A VINO LEASED the place on Second Street, for
mer!; occupied by 11. Oliver, a, a Grocery and
Storage Stole, we have removed, aud will have our Reg
ular Sales there ou
Tuesday and Saturday, at 10 a.m
' Goods received on ' ' j
Commission and Storage for Forwarding.
Jel(t:tr - PAYNB A Co., Auctioneers.
ROBBINS, McFARLAND & CO
MAIN 8TREET, DALLES. OREGON.
IMP0RTET8 AMD JODUi:S IN
5 STAPLE HARDWARE,
,, MINERS' TOOLS
Groceries and Provisions,
Wines and Liquors,
PUUITH. co '
. TT It U 1 T S T ORE,
Washington Street, opposite Trench k Oilman, Dalles.
, Has on hand a large aud well-assorted stock of
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
, . Fresh Sutter Sc EgrffS,
Received dally.. A large lot of CHICKENS always on
hand. FRUITS of all kinds. FRES1I VEGETABLES
every morning. AH articles warranted. '
Giv.e Me a Call, Everybody!
92 Front St., Portland.
A CARD FOR THE
Summer & Fall Clothing Trade
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
Nos. 411, 413 and 418 Battery Street, '
a Cor. Ilercnaut, can f raucisoo. a
Importers and Wholesale Dcale
ENTIBE. NEW AND FRESH STOCK. -
WE WOULD CALL ATTENTION of Country Mor
chants to our usually large stock of Goods. Our
stock comprises every article In the Clothing and Fur
nishing line. We have constantly on hand the largest '
and greatest variety of Cnssiraere and Wool HATS of
any hotiHe in San Francisco, and our prh es for. these
Good, are less than those of any house, as we receive
them direct from the manufacturer's consignment. Our
stock of Summer and Fall Goops Is particularly attract
ive, and the great feature to the country merchant is the
uuusnally low prices.
Less Than the Cost of Importation!
We also keep the STAPLE ARTICLES In the Dry Goods
line, which Goods we have purchased In this market un
der the hammer, and are offoring them at New Yolk
Cost, and less. ' 1 .
We publish this card in order that we may make new
acquaintances, and Induce those who have not heretofore
purchased of us, to call and examine our stock. -
Good Articles and Low Prices!
Are the greatest Inducements to all who purchase to
sell again. Merchants who buy of us can make a good
profit, and sell to their customers at a low figure. We
remain, respectfully j . .-. .J
Your Obedient servants, ' .
BADGER A LINDBNBERGER, '
" Wholesale Clothing and Mat Warehouse, .
Nos. 411. 413 and 416 Battery street, -Son
Francisco, April 1, 1806. . Je29-8mw.
LlIO! FOR THE SUMMER HOUSE !
ON THE 1 '
THIS DELIGHTFUL aND CELEBRATED BUMMER
Resort, situated os Clatsop Plains, a short distance
from ilie Ocean, is now re-opened and ready to receive
This resort possesses attractions nnsnrpasRnd on the
Pacific Count. It has a splendid beach for riding, walk
lngand bathing; beautiful scenery and snrrouudings;,
berries of all kinds abound; it beautiful trout stream
and abundance of game. 1 , . - .j .
THM TABLE , ' w
Is constantly supplied with salt and Fresh water fish,
claim, and crabs, elk, bear and feathered game, and the
freshest of country produce. .
The climate is selubrlous This Hotel offers every
thing that could be deBlred for the comfort, of guests,
both well and sick.' - i
The Proprietors respectfully ask the Ileal th and Plcfts
nrtt 8klntc PuUia tor .pai tronugo, that thy may be
enabled to make the " Summer lloune " a permment In
stitution of the country. LOWELL 4 KIPPKN.
May 9th, 1866. ; . . myfttf . ;
SELLING OFF AT COST!
My entire stock of ' ''' !" :
STOVES AND TINWARE,
' ' ' ' ALSO, ' ' ' ' ' -
THE WHOLE embracing a fine stock, ever" article
of which will be sold at COST, as I desire to close
out business. Also, one GRAND PIANO, in good order.
Also, for sale, the HOUSE AND LOT, on Second Btieet,
next to the corner of Washington. The IIouso is two
stories,' with a basement, and is well adapted to tbe hotel
business. Also lot of BEDDING, comprising about
twenty-five Beds. The whole will be closed out cheap.
For further particulars apply on the promises.
au9:3m ,. -ALHERT BKTTINGEN.
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE 0PF0- .
site Bloch, Miller A Co., where he
is prepared to do all kinds of
In a skillful and well finish d maimer. TEKTH Inserted
from one to an entire set, on tiold or Rubber Plate.
Prices range for Rubber Plate, from $26 to $85; For
Gold Plate, froth $T6 to $126. ; v
' sT" Persons having work done by me not proving sat
isfactory will not be required to receive or pay for the
same. . . r aul3-tf
A. C. STEPHENSON, M. II.,
RESPECTFULLY tenders his professional services In
the severAl brandies of medical practice, to the
citizens of Dalles nnd vioinity. Particular attention will
he paid to female diseases. Chronic dlsea-es of whatever
type or grade, will receive prompt and efficient treat
inent. Olfice, adjoineng Waldron's Drugstore. no25tf
- DR. S. F. AVAL LACE,
PH 7 SI CI AN & S UJl GEON,
' , ... : . orrioi . 9
Near Gates k Chapln's Drug Store, .
MAIN STREET, DALLES. apW '
III !I M) Ac ODELL, .
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS ATLAW
WILL PRACTICE IN THE SUPREME ANDC1R
cult Courts of Oregon, and tbe Dlstrlot Courts o
Washington Territory. -
Particular attention pnld to the collection of claims.
0. HUM A SON, Dalles, Ogil. , J. A.ODKIli
MAR TIN &B1TJRPII Y,
. , Attorneys-at-jLaw.',,'.
' OFFICES Idaho City, Boise County, I.T.I Ruby City
Owyhee County, I. T., , ;; . , pl-tf