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' JliuU ftlountatriccr.
FkU IiBWIJTON TO BbaCKVOOT MlNES. TtlO
rilicona fif f.Hiariatnn nra diflruaaino the nrn-
iiriely of opening a road to-intersect lbs MI-
wv'X'iu. ' FRANKLIN MARKET. '
THE PIONlEtt STAGE COMPANY corner o8econd and Washington btkkets
Will carry - DALLES, VK1SGVJX, . , ,. ;
TP A Cirr TTTRTTTOTT'T'Ca JOHNKPPINGKR Proprietor
.P--CSX X tyiUXKlXTX L kT3 I tjndkiisionkd
having lilted np the
1 m rortd hIouI twenty allies fust of (he Coeur
d'Alcu Misnitm. Tbe road will run a very
Hule-enst ol' north from Lewiston to tbe point
of intersection, nnd will keep between the
meridians oK 1UJ? 30' and U7.' West from
Wasliiiiglun. It will cross tbe St'. Joseph
ttiver above its month, a few miles, and be
tween the great Coeur d'Alene-Like nnd a
siuiilliT one, not yet named. The distance
from, Lewiston to the point of intersection
with Hie MVilInn roml wilbbeabont one hundred
miles; from tlienceone Hundred and thirty
wiles to Ilel'pnte, andi from thence, one bun
dred to Blackloot City. l all, the distance
will be three hundred and thirty miles leas
mther than more. By this route it will be
one hundred miles nearer from the navigable
waters of the Columbia and Snake rivers than
from b tiy other point whatever.
But before this route can be made availa
ble, there will have to be a large expenditure
of money. It has been examined by the
United States engineers, and Captain Mullan
once started to build bis road around tbe
south side of the Coeur d'Alene Lake, over
pretty muoh tbe same ground. He abandon
ad the project on account of having to put
down corduroy's over a large proportion of the
, toad ; because he would have to put oa fer
ries on several streams where bridges could
AFTER TUB FIRST OF OCTOI1K11, AT TUB FOLLOW
ING UKDUCKD It A Ins;
To nolle City IS Cent per pound
iiuno i;u jr. u
Owyhee SO . "
?.or less amonnta than one hundred ponnda an addition
or Fiie Ceuta per pound will be charged.
TliMK FItOM UMATlLLAi.
To lloise Ity 3 Days..
To Idaho lty.. 3 Days.
TO uw) uee, .....4 uays.
JOSEPH PINB.IIAM, Avent.
TJmatilla. Oct, 1, 1865. cvlfctf.
MILLINERY A.U lUU.v.UAMm
MISS O'llOURKEDESIllESTOINFORM tha
Ladiea of litillen anil vicinity, that abu
lias Just received a fresh supply of -
The latest faria. New York and Ban Fraticiaco atvlea
of BONNETS, HATS, RIBBONS, LACKS, FEATHERS,
rM)W fills, ac. A lull auu weii-aeiectea aaaortnient of
Ladles' Meady-aiade Garments.
Alio, a Fashionable aaaortnient of
8TLA.MJLMNG for Kmbroldery and Brniafng. PINKING
dune at. abort-notice. BONMCTS Ulenched and Preened
lu tbe Itttesttrjtyie. A large assortment of
Children's Rcady-Marte Clothing-
Conetantly on hand. Having secured the-aervlces of a
Ffrat Clne Dress Maker, 1 am prepared to cut aud fit
Lauioa' and Chflilreire DRESSES and CLOAKS.
Till RD 8TRK blT, one aquaro eaat of the Catholic
Church - oc21:3m
THE TTANDSOMB RESIDENCE occupied by A. W.
BUCHANAN Is offered
For Sale at a Low Figure.
For a private realdence, no more desirable locality could
be dealred. The izrounda are ornamented with ahrubberv
not be maintained, and', finally, hecause b a and the building, contains -
deemed the route utterly impracticable. Bur Ten KOOIHS, MBlbOea in MO BONl BtylCj
for all that, he may be wrong, and there may ug?Ro
vet be found1 an excellent route for a wagon neaa, an opportunity la now presented that aelduni offers,
" I l'h. II:..,... at,A L, t , .. -111 ,,. ...I.I . .1
road over tbe country in question. Such a
alxive Market in the UK T
STYLE, wiM'keep constant
ly on hand all aorta of
Fresh and Cured Meats
Or the beat quality rurniahed at the LOWEST RATS
My motto Is to " PLEASE ALL."
PARTIES HAVING BUI' KM OR STOCK FOR BALK
will do well tol call at the Franklin Market;
rtlea, February 19th, 1866-
COURT AND SF.OOND STREETS. DALLES, OREGON
JOHN MICHELBACH, Proprietor.
conatantly on hand all the varle- $y. .
auee mat 1110 maraeicau ooseiuiT
FRESH & CURED MTIAT8,
and always, of the toes-quality.
FAMILIES, HOTELS, AND STEAMBOATS
supplied on reasonable terms- '
Tbe nuderalgneq ia always prepared to pay the high
eat cash price for FAT CATTLE. Parties having atock
in good condition, are requeated to call on him before
going elaewliere. JOHN MICUELDACH.
Dailea, March Slat, 1806. ninom
i i ,' , . .4 - to f '-)
Herc&ants, Families, Hotels and
JULIUS KRAEMEK HAVING BOUGHT TnR EN
tire Stock of Merchandise and Book Accounts of tae
lata tlrra ol M . Seller A Co;, in this city, to which he has
added of bis own Importation (while doing bualneaa In
roriiana) an immenae eiocs. 01 tne neat maauiacturea.
Crockery, , Glasswxire,
Plated Wate, Laiupr .
Chandeliers, ; Table Cutlery
Looklng-Glaaaes and ':
All Kinds of OUs.
All of which he orlera at reduced rates. Peraons wlah
Ing to buy any of the above-mentioned artlclea, will do
well to give me a call before purcbaaing elaewliere
Orders from the Interior promptly attended to, and
goods socked to go secure. Don't tall to call on me.
RKUio'a Stone Building, Washington atreet, Dalles.
Dalles. March lTth, I8& whilst . , ;
M. BROWN & BRO.,
WnotSSALl AMD MTAU DIUSSS IH .
FANCY AND STAPLE ,
GROCERTE3, PROVISIONS, &o. ,,
Mr. M. BROWN', being a resident of San Franclaco, 1
re enabled to oiler great Indcements to purchasers. W
rcepecuuuy invite tne puuuo to examine our stocc Deiorv,
Stone Store, north aids Main atreet. Dalles. "
liuetmaiiig elaewliere. . , ml6-tf
- I W oiuuo oiure. norm Bine insiu atreet. uai ea. Mm
TCFP Y M ABKBT, w H E' A. JEt, t3 JS !:
LA1IBER & Co., Proprietors.
Will keep conatantly on hand the beat
MEATS OF ALL KINDS.
A LIBERAL SHARK Of PATHONAOB Is .
.Tat solicited, as we expect to ko p as geoj
an. aaaortuient of .Meats and of aa good as qual
Ity, as tbe country affords: and will
Deliver tbe same to Purchasers in the City.
Parties having Superior Stock for sale will do well to
give us a call before dlapoaiug ol it elaewhere.
S. LAUBEIt. A Co.,
Southeast comer of Washington and Third Sis. .
" Pppoeite Koater'a Blackamlth Bhupr
rpFIR UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO INFORM THE CIT
JL iiena of the Dalles snd vlclulty.thaths has received.
NEW HEARSE, and will ; .
Attend Funerals i
s short notice. Thisls the drat, and at present, only
1. JH. IVANS .
lallee, May 19, 1865.. my:20-tf. ,
route will probably not be found until perfect
ly competHLt men are employed for that purv
pose. It will not be discovered by an ex
tremely scientific man with ft corps of "bug
oatclieis," certainly, and. if such a project
ever does succeed, it will.be by following; the
advice of some purely practical man..
Thourlbv in Kit-ta-tas Vallsy. A gentle
man, just down from the Yakima, informs
us that the Indians in Kit ta-taa Valley have
forbidden a party of immigrants, numbering
about a dozen families, to settle in that val
Icyv. The Indians stated that they, were willing.-
that, the whites- should heid stock,
there, bat lliey were determined not to per-.
The Houee and furniture will be aold together or separ
ately, aa the purchaser may doaire. for further partic
ulars, luqiuie-av oclrtr.
(ILLS, l AItUO Cft'S EXPRKSS OKKICK.
ItlR. and MRS. E. P. ROBERTS will commence a BE-
AIJL LKUT SCHOOL ou Fourth Street, at the houas
owned by A. J. Nixon, on MOM DA If, OCTOBER 23d.
Tuition per Term of Ten Weeks:
Elementary Studies .'.... : ...$ fl 00
Common Brandies, includinKjCiuclieh Grammar... 8 00
Higher Mathematics audLanguugea w 10 00
BOARD and LODGING can be furnished by the teach
ers to a limited exteut.
TUITION PAYABLE IN ADVANCES.
Ilia Hon. N. H. Gates, J. Bird, Esq,, Rev. T. Condon.
W. GURLEY, DENTIST,
Main St.( Dalles, Oregon. .
IlfODl" RK8PJECTFULLY INFORM
S- 1 fi" O
Is 5 Is
Oregon Steam Navigation Co.'s.
THE FOLLOWING KATES OF FREIGHT have beea .
Grain, Vegetables, Tallow, &c.
ttlllu to Portland, $1
From Wallula A Umatlllu to Portland, $16 00 per ton weight
- Amiua hi ruriinNU........ 1 ou - -i
From .Wallsla and Umatilla to Portland,..
, luuiee wruniina
From WnlluU and Umatilla to Portland...
tmiiw w rortiaoa
the cltir.eiH; of Uiit uluco aud W-
Pls.lt V tluit liuvliny.rr.hn-r.o.l fs-nsss .a ...
mit them to build bousea Or make improve- lesslonal tour through the minen, he hn
ments with a view to engaging in agricultu
ral pursuits. The land in question has been
eeded to the Uutted States, and tbe insolence
of these savages, should be vigorously re
pressed. The la administration of Indian
affairs for some years past- is breeding a
reeling of insubordination which will yet
have to be quelled with actual military
firco, if not taken in time. It is of the
greatest importance to the citizens of tbis
part of the country,,, that, security shall, be.
given to settlers north of-the Columbia.' If,
this could be done, .that section would
rapidly fill np with an industrious class of
people. ' .. .'..'-
SvurTous of a Row in Utah. The Union
Vedette, published at Salt Lake, City, has been
engaged tor some months past in exposing
tha monstrous crimes which, In the name of
religion, have been practiced in Utah by the
Mormon leaders. The whole subject of the
Mountain Meadow massacre has been brought
up, and tbe surviving perpetrators of it, still
living in Utah, pointed out. The plans of the
hideous organization of assassins, under the
name of " Daultes," have been made pnbllo,
ano tbe. leaders marked. Kvcn the better
class: of-Mormons are indigpant at tbe con
duct of tbe secret bands of villains kept in
the service of the church, and encouraged
even. bj.Brigham Xoung himself The whole
rotten system of Mormondom appears to be
about to result in decomposition.. ; Instead of
maintaining a. gatrison .among these beastly,
polygamies fr years, the -Government should
exeroise its authority to destroy the system
entirely, . It is' a standing blemish on tbe
AmerlcatKnarae until it is ab.olislied,,,'', ;,')
Jnv1860 Mr. .Ssward spoke of John Brown
as guilty of yedttion ; -.he now fays, in a letter
to friend who bad sent bim John, Brown's
piotufe, tht ' Browra Is ope ho lhisi become,
historical pt martyr in tbe cause df Uumatf
oatuMt!'; -) Tlm-j. ciiBjigef , and., we . change
annln reauuied the practice of DENTISTRY, In the rooma
lormeny occupieu uy uim, in tne Duiiuiug occupied by
Wood A Butler, Photograph Artiete, and urjnining Wal-
dron Bros.1 Drue Store. He takes thla nn-thod.of.ex.
tending thanka, for the liberal patronage heretofore ex
tended to hiui, and aoliclta a coutinuaucOf the same.
LIST OF- PitlCES. . .
Entire Denture on Gold Biise.. ...... J180 to $225
" Upper Denture, Gold Base. ..... 90 ." 120
" Denture, Vulcanite Baae TO " 120
" Upper Denture, Vulcanite Baae 35 " 06
Gold Jpillingaiuaerted from one dollar upward.
Irene' Teeth extracted free af charge. ae!3tf
To Those Afflicted with Weak Eyes!
TBEFOIIE I LEAVE FOR THE At-
lantic Btatea I .be;
that in my earlier daya iu Europe. I
mane tne ut'UUBTic BUignuK my atuiiy,-auu 1
made the OCUl
therefore fully enabled toauit all poraona with
Olatsses for the Eyos.
I will examine the.Eyea and lit Olaaaea to old or young,
not-by age, but aeoording to tha. FORMATION .OF -IUE
PUPIL UF THK EYK.
N B. Larae atocka of Glaaaea. aoch aa SCOTCH PEB
BLE and Periecopic, in Oold, Silver, Plated and Steel.
srouiea vu utiuu
, - WM; BIRNBAUM'S
oc!3:2wJ Jewelry Btore.
ont fall to all Early.
FOR THE EAST!
nnnB scBSCitiBEn beino about to return
jb. jsasi, now onera his exteuaive atock of
v . .. , JeweJryj. . .'. ,-,
' '' Lamps.
SILVER and PLATED WARE, FIELD GLASSES, PIS-
At such prices he Is able to
realize, regardless of Cost.
Partlea wishing to take advantage of thla oppoatunltT
to obtain any of the abovo named Oooda, hud betterOALL
itaniii, aa no aucn opportunity will offer itaelf again.
NEXT DOOR TJ TUB POST OFFICE, '
49-Ordersronvthe oonutry are sol idled ataasuirao
toryurioea. . -
September 2d. I860. st-3-tf
N THE M A1TE&V OF- THE ESTATE OF' JAMES
LAUUHLIN. dtceaaed: Uavina Sled niv account
with IheOlerk of Waaco county. Notice la hereby given
that the second day of Ihe November term. 1. a. 1865.
hae been appointed by the Court for hearing ohjectiona
.uauvuuum occouut sua aetuemenr. inereoi,-
K. II. WOOD. Aiiinhilatnitnr.
Border of Hon. 0. N. Dennr. County J 11. lie. oc3-4w
ATfER OF TU ESTATE Of W, 0.
X. decerned: II.lvIii? filed mv aeml-
annual account wilh I lie Clerk of Wiko , pun. r, laat
acconut to be bronght forwaid on ilara of aeiilement,
hwiuuji giieii iiiHi 111 aecuuu a.iv ot tua.ao
Teniber -leno, a D. IS to, Ins beeir appo'iiled by-the
Coin, lor hearing objectiuna to final account, and aelllaj
meiit thereof. It". U. WOOD, Adiniuianalor.
y order of Hon. 0. N. Denny,' Count Jmljej mM
J U KE E.
" .iiniu street, Esaiies,
WaOLISiLI AND XITAIL SIALU IS
CIGARS. TOBACCO. SNUFF,
PIPES , Sco .
AiwiTS m stoes tas best suirss or '
Cigars, Tobacco, Matches, &e.
POCKET OUXLERT, ""
PORT MONIES. '
COM BS and BRUSHES, 0' all kinds, . .
PERFUMERY; ot every description. .
CHINA OUNAMENTSL ,
TOYS, DOLLS, etc. ,
FISH HOOKS and FISITINa TACKLE, '
' MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, . ,
. unv fliinna -
Alao Powder. Shot, Lead, Powder Float e, Baakts,and
many other artlclea too numeroua to meutlon. . 1
4aT" Interior dealera aupplledwlth Clgara, Tobacco, ate.
ieaa umu iroriitiui pucea wuu ireigiit aouea. oc-a
Dissolution of 1 Co-partnership.
TAKHr-NOTIOB, that the partnerahlp heretofore ex
iatlng between T. II. Bulger and S. Lauber, under the
firm name of T. IX. BULOEll A CO, in the butchering
busineea, haa been diaaolved
Dallea City, Oot. 6, 1806, , 4w , T. H.. BULGER.
1 "- ' . -- I . ..
r. V'" MOTICE. fn""
WY.TT1R TBRM8 OF TIIB DI8S0LTJTJOV OF IU
MM firm of f.H. BULGER A (Xr:,T. H.-Bii'jrer la to J
1 i.j mi utou 111 me nrm. u. LAUUKK. KjTi,UU
wueaf vasotxr lew.:. ; 1 j . -t , . otl-lm 1
l , ,v iB. Jsl. illA.MPlOi
MRS. L. WHITE'S
EW PHOTOGRAPH ROOMS
; Washington Street. ,
T WAVING NEWLY FITTED UP THE GALLERY over
M M. uegnars Btore, would reepectiully announce to all
rhotograptts, Carts do Vlslte fcc.v.
they wilt do well to give her a callr Parllcnlnr at
paiu to taking Lad:ea and CM'drens Pictures
Portland, Sep. 23, 1805.
,40 50 each.
S. G. REED, Prealdent-.v
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF ' - '
Viiies e& Liquors,.
FRONT 8TREET, V i.,
Portland, - - Oregon.
OFFERS FOR SALE A VERY LARGE ASSORH
nieutot;,, , fii ; ,1 -, -,- 1 i.,ui
Brandies,. -, . i. .,
Wines,. , ,,, ' ;;, , ; ;,
.; Liquors, :-
- i "! - "j Case Goodly
.:'..'. rtC,.V'.J ' &C. .'. I-'
ST iTlieJWrptlcnlarry liwlU-d,to oxamlne my,
K7SrO 'JC II 1Z L A. E x xssr,
OF , ,
DALLES CITY AND TICIRJITYt.
' Mrs. Leeser'H '
NEW MILLINERY STORE. "I
I WOULD RKSPECTKULLY INFORM TIIB LADIES4
' of the Dalli-a and vicinity, that I have openeda MIL
LINERY, 1-MBROIDfcRY, and BHA1D1N0 eetabllalt-.
ment on ,
Main Street, oppatlta Colin , Bohm'sJ,
I will anarai,tee Perfect aatlafnctlon In nil wn,V
truated to mo. I have also, a l&rire ami u.tu.j .
atock of TR1MMINUS. Particular atteotlor paid to -
Embroidery and Braiding Stamping. -
I will alao luatrnct childrati In all kinds of needlework'
Ladies, will pleats call and enuunineany atock ot goodel".
- oc6:tf, -
fotchniaker and Jeweler..
ejiaiaj OTnrrT . . -
' . - (Bsxt nook to ibs absat ornos,) ' . 1 0
DEALER IN FINE WATOIHiS, JEWELRYl
niYviua ti..tA n mi I, . ....''I
rvu.,9uvr .ou riareu v are,
epecutoiea, iiiiiery, sc.
tT-l,articular attention paid to repalrtns Sn
watcliea, Clocks, Jewelry, etc. All Watr.kea repaired, bl ,
m warranted for awalve months. 1 ., ,1 , , ...f
irrAll orders from the upper oountry, by Rxnrea
therwtee, promptly attended to. ' aull-tf
Cottage Residence for Sale. "
rfIHE NEAT COTTAGE RESIDENCE, ON TMIIlWl
JL Stieet, adjoining (he houaeof Co). James K. Kelly,
and near the Calhi)!io Church, Is ottered For Salo. TlS
building ia Unnl-ltnlahed throughout, haa a well of water,
and hydrant on the preuilaea, .and la in all re-pacte a.
moat deairnble realdence. To a caali cuatomer, the term.
will be mass very reasonable. For fnrOir. partiaulaM-.
apply to. , ,. , , - WJI. MAJ.LONE.Y, , .1
aeiM-tr - J. ' Main atreet, Daltee. .
A. -tot ox n B.y,' a t L ii,w, J
. m-: VJA.OaE:KN tl i t: If
OFFICE, on Second ituet, ttre iaoa eaat of Ttaahlss;
auja novraei.u. aWlT-f I
BOOKS MUST RE CLCWKfL .ill,.,. 1... .i.
caah, within alxtv dnva. All Tuiraait. tn.i..htMi wilt
please call and aettle aa-aliove. . . . ,. , - ,.
t. 11- ' i V'..HOBUlN8' acFARLAD C00 .
Dalla8nil.l8A&., , , . d.C,.
HOUSE TO laE.Ti''.T.
4U BiAUHruus. inqnlre
auu. nuu.ii B
. ,vIfM.rs! ,,'lTurs:,; :u i
TUB niQintST MARKET PRICE PAID IN e'ASBJ
v 1 1 oM' ,ii .vi i-
Beavar, ottetj lVUnkl and Coon Bklnsi.
n ., . ,"T WCHARBB MiCRAKEN. .rf
Portland, Sept. V, 18B6. oc4:3m.
rTTOflEYS & COUNSELLORS AT UVw'
WILL PRACTICE IN TOE 8VPHESB AND CIRl
caltCouitaaf Oronenaad tlv SiataoSorts
WmliliiHtim Territory. , , . ,
PSrtlcnlar alteaitoa palo? to the tollactloa esh)lms. ' 1
0.. UUMA8ON, I. . toHe,i, t,.j. -JOAvOVkLM
Ma. .--vv !,
t FIRST CLASS, SECOND BAND PIANO, can U hmi 1
fis. onraaaoiMtitelaiais. Iaairal thleOfflreveref
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