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fOOUPILID FROM TBI OBEOONI4N.
DATK8 TO OGIOUHR 31..
A'ew Orleans, Oct. 30. Gen. Canby Una
issued nn. order prohibiting ucgrtt troops
mustered out of the service Irotu puicuasing
Wei infomed pv-ntlemen from Mississippi
.iy a good deul of cotton is stilt tlicie,.nud
h great. ii uniitity ol bacon Is shipped to Mem
liis, for lack of railroad facilities to. New.
iii'leans or Mobile. Much cotton is iu the.
fields iu central Texas, of the new crop, but
the freedmen will not pick i on the lineat
I) nutations. LowerTt'XJis is no-bcttor. The
sunie complain s come from M.ssissippi, that
the freedmen wili not work. '
tVeio York, Del. 31. Tiie Ucrald't dispatch
says : The action i f South Curolian. in elect
ing Wudo Hamilton us Governor vt the
titnve, anil advocating the' payment' of the
icbcl war debt, and. of Mississippi, in refns
fug to take up nn.l pass the constitut onnl
iimendmeut m ol sUug slavery, is believed
t have affected the future policy of the
lircsiilen' coucerni' g tho e Mates, and to
luive endangered the admission of their del-i-gu
os ir the ncott. .Congress Had Missis
sippi checrfullyi passed the amendment, a
guncral amnesty would Irnve at once been
declared in favor of nll.tlie rcbe'sj but as it
' is, tjit few amnesties w 11, in all probability.,
hereafter be granted toot izens of that State.
The nction of their convention has not just
ified (he Pre ident's conlidence, and the
reing of military government, and martial.
law wi 1 be the consequence.
Ntto York, O.t. 31. The Ilerald'i Wash
lugton special says': All member of the 5th
corps, having papers ol service of.tlint corps,
nre requested to forward, them, io- Gcucntl
Ohainberinin n't Brunswick, .Mniuc.
A'ew York, Oct. Sl.-s Tbe Expreii prints the
following; The Unv.-m stomier arrived at
' this port tins afternoon, and br ngs confirm
.atnry news of the uprising of the negroes in
Jamaicn nga nst the whiles. Her Majesty's
Uonsul at this port, it is said, is in., tlie re
ceipt of dispatches o the utmost import.
niiee. Many revolting murders bad been
perpetrated hy the negroes. A wh:temagis
trate had bi en shockingly mu'ilated. ' His
lingers and toes were cut off' and burned
He was then murdered, After which a negro
woman ripped open his bowels. The mutiny
w.ns spreading rapidly at lust accounts, and
the greatest alarm prevailed among the
whites. - ,
New York, Oct. 31. It is protnule that an
important change in the-P.reiiMefjbip, caused
by the death of Lord Pnlmerston. will be a
subject ot discussion before the Senate, so
la' H' H relnves to-the reman organization.
A Mesilla (Mexico) letter of tlie 1st, to the
Herald, states that Juarez vwis then at El
l'aso, and the French were on their way to
that place, an 1 were expected in a few days
A'fie iirlrani. Oct. 32. Gen Steele, arrived
from tho Rio Grande to-day. Dispatches-
Mrom VV ei zel to Kteelo. of the 15Ui say, a
fight occurred acound Matumoras, which
lastel three hours. TIlo Liberals sucieded
in carrying a pa t of the works, but the Ira
perialists charged and reiook tho works
punishing tho Liberals severely. The Impe
rial loss is several wounded, and less than
dozen killed. The L berol loss is. fifty-nine
'taken prisoners and a large number killed
itnd wounded. .. Gen. Eepinozlm. second in
command ot tho Liberal lorccs, was kited
Reports from Brownsville state tbt nt last
accounts the Liberals wore flying,'. closely
pursued by the Imperialists. .
Arew York. October 31. The ste'ampf City
if joton, rom Liverpool, lbe-18'.li, tin Queens
town, the lOtJi.tbis afternoon. The steamer
Uniltd Kingdom, twenty-four hours out from
ew York, lor Ulnsgnw, arrived nt luubtnil
ion with her uint'hineiy disabrVdi '
Lord Palmerston is dead. Hi had been, lie
, rionsly ill for some days from the effects of
cold. His symptoms had been very alarmijg
nut he steadily improved. On the night of
'the 17th', however, a (bulletin was issued to
. the effect that he bad become woise since
morr.lng, and that it could not b disguise
that he was serionalr ill. Telegrams were
, being constantly sent to the Queen, at Balmo
ral. Lord Palmerston would have complete
Ills BIst rear on the ZOtu of Uctober.
The Paris papers say the deaths from chol
era In that city are averaging two hundred
i j '. , Caltafornt News. .' ' ', ,i
San Franeitco, Not. 2. The celebrnled dog
" Bummer," who has figured Jn nearly ever?
ketch or caricature of San Francisco life for
several years past, diadjast night.. .
Trti St. Louis Democrat says tba-t Mis Hen
derson, Congressman from this Stale, made
peecb in Missouri, which indicated that " b
-was a man." ; If there bad ever been any
doubt in regard to that gentleman's sex' in
; tbii couotryjt would certainly have been lei
at,rest before his. election to Congress, On
this ace&unt, we must look upon the St, Louii
paper's testimony on that point as superfluous,
nei td lay TeryjUiyv. v
Supposed Road Aobnt Killed. A terrible
case of homicide occurred "at Walla Walla
on the 31st of October. The circumstances
in detail are the.-c: About a week ago the
driver of the stage thai was robbed near the
Straw Ranch came into Walla Walia, driving
one of i he stages of Thomas A Co., and among
those who gathered to see the' passexgois
alight, was a man that the driver thought he
recognized as the robber who first bailed the
Btage at the-Ume of ' the-robbery. Tho man
was at once placed under surveillance, and
efforts wer,e made to collect some proof of.
his connection with the transaction. The e
were also two other men who were associates
of the suspected man,, and woe were also
(uspec ed of being-connected w-th the rob
bery. Tinio wore on, and the man first sus
pected was evidently appiehen-ive of being
arrested, but was too closely watched to at
tempt to escape. On" the evening of the
killing.,. about dusk, he was in the Express
office, and' after wi ing a letter and drop
ping it in the express mail, went out. Fif
teen, minutes -afterwards the town was
nrtled by the.- report of near a dozen suotB
fired in the south edge of town, near the
rewery. About twenty minutes aft- r the
hots were fired, the man ll'ist.tu.-pectod was
found near tbe road, shot by two loads of
heavy shot, and five or six pistol bullets.
Two men were seen to ride hurriedly away
from the neighborhood where the shots were
fired, in a few seconds after tbe last report
of fire-arms, and the presumption is that
they were the murderers. The theory of the
case i:', that these two, or maybe three,
other men, besides the man who was killed,
wee- associates in the stage robbery,
Und that upon some disagreement or a sus
picion that tbe murdered man might divulge
their villainy murdered him. Tbe plan
adopted appears to have been, that one of
them should take bim out for a walk,, and
the- others should shoot him down -as-he
passed. Even had tbe murdered man-suspected
danger, he could not. have -imagined
that bis life-would be aUtmptcd in tbe plain
view of several houses.- Th names of none
of the parries are-made public.
TVALDUOIV. IIROS., .
Wholesale & Retail Druggists,
I a I ii Street, Dalles, Oregon
WWfENOW OCCUPY OUR NKW TWO STORY FIRE
fl liroiif Stune bnlldinir, onuoslte Dloch. Bllller k
Co.. andiofTer to the public a full and complete stacle of
vruga, -iueoicines anu uncoiicaia, cpnsistuiK in ptirt nr
KEROSENE, LAMP WICKS CUIJMtEYS,
ALCOHOL, SAOB. -. i .
CAMOR AND I.NDIO0 AND
; , rUtATSFOOT Oil, , LANPI1LACK
TRUSSES, SHOULDER BRACES, SUPPORTERS,
and ' '
Our. stuck of FANCY GOilli I of. tho flnest and best
quality ; new atyli-a ond largo assortments, such aa
LUBIN'SPERFUEEUY, l!Allt, ; . u ;. ;
LUIi STOll.tJ-BJAl', ll.KSli, .' - -i
COSMETICS, . . HAT,
COLOGNE.. TOOTH AND.
FANCY SOAPS AND NAILtlllUSHKS
, . TDOTn PJWDKH9, AND COMBS,
- PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, .
For Medicinal nnrnosss.
Onr faciliiles fur huylnR ironda are aecond to none tn
the Suite, and we shall at all times sell at a malt.ad
vnmo from cost. Ready sales and annul proltta.
, pinsiciANS' l'KEscuipnaxs
Cnrefnlly cempoundml at all lionra of the day and night.
Pallea, Si'pt. u, JB'iS. , teiwu
8 P3 2
- Btb 55.
TRS. MATTlfc HOLBROOK would resnectfiillT In-
LJi ftrm tuo Ladies of the Dallue and-vicinity, that
she lias opened a shop In connection with Mlsg O'Rotirku,
niio ib iroinrvu w uu rili ainns oi wot-R witn neat
noss nnd disnutch. llavinir lust arrivurl .fnm iim i.'.nar
she hopes to bo able to ploae al 1 aa to Form and Fash ion
Cloaks, Coats and Dresses Cut to Order.
THREE DOORS West at.luo. Corner of THIRD an
UNION Streets. . : oc2l:ma
33. E. IIA3TT,'. ;;.-'
Attorney at La w,
OFKICB. on Second street, DTs-dooraenet ofWaahlna:
ton Market. ' nolJ-tl ;
WAGON & CARRIAGE
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECTFULLY
cull the attention of .all-
WAGON AIAICTCRH- , ,
To the Superior Stock ot , .
Now In Store and soon tn arrive, which will be offered
to the trade on Llbei at Terms.
OAK, ASHAND HICKORY PLANK
From li to & Inches. :-.' .
Fliilsbed'.and TJnfiniahed Oak & Hiekory
8VOKES, from 1 to 3 Inches " . ' '"
OAIC & ELM HUBS
In Pain anil Seta, from 6x6 to' 14x16. , .
HICKORY & ASH RIMS,
BUGGY, EXInE88 aaa SKI.KY SHAFTS, JUniihed ami
BUQOY and KXPRKSS t'OU-.S, Finished and Uunnleked
. ltlCKOHY AaLks, alk lives; t
BUOUY, WAGON nd KXl'KKSd nOWB;.
OAK and 1UCKUKYBCANTUN0? 1 1
' bA Willi KKI.LOKM, from li toSluchen;
- , llKVVKD TOiNUUKS fur fuur lione aud ox-teama;
BliNGLKTriKKSi ., , , '- .
NiiCK YOKKti; " ' ,.,,,.. .
LUNU mill SHORT HOUNDS;
PLOW IlKA.Msjand HiiihIIim. Ao.. ka. ' '
Tbe nliove atiick wua caiclull aelt-cied in the F.aatern
Biniea. exprvasiy io ui et the dt-maiida or tills trade
Orileia fur any ot the alxiva articlna, lucludlim WAGON
ciiJ no, uuu9, o., win ue promptly attended to.
' ' "' It. II. LAW.
' 95 Front btrcet, Portland,
ocl8:tf. -. Otiuoaite 0. S. N. to.'l bar.
FRANKLIN M AREEr.
CORNKH OF SECOND AND WASHINGTON 8TIIEETS
JOHN KPPINGER Proprietor
hailnai fitted np the
ahure Market In the BE-T
STYLE, will keep constant.
ly on hand ull sorts of
i-resu, unu uureu-itieaift.
Of tUe-test-qnanty fnrnlehed at the LOWEST RATH
irrmotto is to " PLEASE ALI-"
PARTIES nAVlSG SUPERIOR STOCIC F0 SAL It
will dowell to call m the Frankirn Mnrktr.
, JOHN KPPINGER.
Dalles, February 19th, 1866. -
- - coania of i .! i- '
COURT AND SECOND 8TREETS, DALLES, OREGON '
JOHN MXCHELBACH, Proprietor.
jfPV Wllili KEEP . ,
fbj" constantly on hand all the vnrle
li ii 11 unities that the market ean possibly
auoru, oi - .
FRK8H Ss CURED MICATS,
and-lwafs of the btst quality. -
. families; hotels, and steamboats. ,
I i - supplied on reasonable terms. - I
Tbe nnderslenea Is alwars nrrnared to par the hlich
est cash price for FAT CATTLE. Parties-bavtnn stuck
in good condition, are requested to call -on him before
going elsewhere, i juun. Mil'UKLUAUii.
ualles, March 31st, 10. mliNltr
CITY MAilXIii ET.
. L,AUKEIl tt, to.s Proprietors
Will keep xnmtnntly. on hand the heat ...
MEATS r ALL KINDS.
LIBERAL SHARK OF PATRONAGE la
aolicited, ns we exneot tn ke p as gooj
an aasnrtinent of Meats and of as good as quaU
iiy, aa tne couuiry aiiurua: ana wiis
Dolivef, the same to Purchasers in the City.-
' Parties having Suaerlor Stock -for wile wlH do well to
give ua a call berore disposing ol it eluewliere.
8. 1.AU1IKII. 4 Co., ,
. i Southeast corner of Wnahiugtonnd Third Stsvt
; Ppposlto Knster'a Blacksmltli 8hop,
Oregon. Steam Navigation Co.'s
npHE FOLLOWING HATES OF FltKlOllT have been
Grain, Vegetables, Tallow, &c.
Mom Wallnla Uinatlll i to Portland, $1600 per ton weigh
" Dallos to Portland...- 7 60 "
On Wwil, ::.-, .-i
From Witltula and Umatilla to Portland,.... ....to 02 per lb
" xianos to fortianu i
From WHllula and Umatilla to Portland to ff- eaeli.
" Dulles torortland , 87 J4. ',
' ; ' S. O. KEED, President.
Portland, Sep. 23. 18n8..- - aep'27-amla
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF- t-
Wines Ss. Iiciiiors,
Portland - " - y --' I Oregon.
FKERS FOR SALK. A. VERY. LARGE ASSORT
w.meutol , ,fv. . . . . , ,.
llrandies, , ,
' 'Liquors,''' 4
'.. ,' Case Goods,
The Tend Is particularly Invited to examine my
..fv hum iiuiuiioaiuS viMlwnerU aUZ4-tl
:, NOTICE. v.-
TkUR BOOKS MUST BB CLOSED; either hrnoro o
XW cask, within sixty dnys. AUVersonsndebted Mil
pumas can anu setue aa aitove.
, . : . BOBBINS, MeFARLAND A 00.
Dalles, Sept. 1,18ns. ae3-2nf
. " ' FOR SALE. .
A FIRST CLASS, SECOND HAND PIANO, can be had
on ronaouauio-tornia. Inquire at this Oftlce,-or of
Tnt. BELT has removed hla offlse from -Mi Craln'
RJr Drug btors to Waldron'a new Stone building, np
J J TJ K E OR ,
v .' , Main Street, .Dalles, .'.
WH0LISAU Atlll MTtll. SIAUR IN
CIGARS. TOBACCO, SNUFF,.
ALWAT8 IK STORITEl BUT BKAttDS Of
Cfgars, Tobacco, Matches, &c
PLAYING CARDS. '
POCKET CUTLERY, ; ' ' . .
. PORT MON1E8,
COMBS and BRUSHES, o alt kinds,-.
i PHRFUMKRY.ot every deMription, . .
CHINA ORNAMENTS. ,
TOYS. DOLLS, etc. ' : '
FISH IaOOKSand FISHING TACKLE,
: :! FANCY OOeDS, o. '
Also- Powdar.Shot, Lead, Powder Flanks, Baskets, an'
many other articles too numeroaao nientinn.
T- Interiordealers supplied with Cigars, Tobacco. etr
at lesa thifn Portland pricea. with freiirht added, oc-fi ,
i mT?Wbta in T-
. ' to . -
Mcrclianfs, Families, Hotels and
JULIUS KRAKMKK HAVINO BOUGHT THE EN
tira btiKk of Merchaniiiae and Book Acoonnta of tha
late firm ot M . Seller A Co.. In this oily, tn which lie ha
added of bis own importation (while doing business tn
Portland) an inttnsuse btock of the best manufactured ;
, Crockery, ; Glassware, -.
I'latedWare, Lamps,. (
. , Chandelier), ; Table. Cutlers
,;. IiOOklngr-Glascs and
AlMiindspf Oils, .
All of which he.oiTera at reduced rates. Persona wlalt!
itig to buy any of the aboTe-mentloned articles, will do
well to give me a tail baaow parchaslng elsewhere.
Ordura from the inturlor promptly attended to, and
goods' pooked to ao aecureri' Dan't tall to cali on me.-
nuuiu a Biom nuiiding, wastitiiKton street. Dalles..
M, BROWN & BRO.v
WUOLSSiUS AMD XITA1L DIALXRS IR
FANCY AND HTAPLK
GROCERIES, PROVISlOKS, &0. .1
Mk.M. IIROWN, being resident of San Franolsco. w-
are enabled toofler great Indceoients to purchasers. W -respectfully
Invite the public to eisamlneonr stock bofbr
purcnasing eisewnere. - . - mlotf'
stone Store, north side Main street, Dallsa.
. Jj" O R, AJLs E ... -
THE HANDSOME RESIDENCE occupied by A. W.
1 BUCHANAN is offered. - 1 I
For-Saleata Low Figaro. - ,
For a private-residence, no more desirable locality eoukt
be desired. The grounds are ornamented with shrubbery
and the building, contatna - - -
Ten Booms, Finished in the Best Style,
and embracea eresy convenience. To a gentleman d -
siring a Retired and Pleasant Home, convenient to busi
ness, an opportunity is now presented that seldom otTora.
Th Uouae-mid Furniture will be sold together or separ
ately, as the purchaser may desire... For further partic
ulars, inquire as - 1 oclltf.A
WKI.IA S'AKUO CO.'S EXPRESS OFFICE..
J. W. QURLEY, DENTIST, ;
', Main St., Dalles, Oregoia. - ,;
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
tho citlx-ene of this phico aud vl-
ciutty, that having returnad-froiaa pra
lesaloiiul tour thruuuh the niiuea. he haa
again resumed tho practice of DENTISTRY, In the rooms
losmany ocsupteu uy 1,1m, In tlie building occupied by
Wood k Butler, Phitogruph Artists, and adjoining Waf
dron llnv.' Drug Store. He takoa tliia nn-thod of ex
tending thanks, for the liberal patronage herctoiore u
touded to h.ui, and eollclls a continuance of tho earner.
' : tw i puiubs. ' 1 ."i a
Entire Donturaon-Gold Baae ;..,......1180 to f 235
" Upper Denture, Gold Base 90 12U
" Denture. Vulcanite Base 70 " 124
"- Vpuer Denture, Vulcanite Base.... 6 " ' C6
Gold Fillings inserted from one dollar uoward.
Children Teeth extracted free af charge. sol3-tf
MRS. , L; . WHITE'S.
' ' "VasliIujrtoi-trect.
HAVING NEWLY FITTEttUP THE GALLERY dvr
Deguar'a Store, would reapectfully announce to all
Photographs, Carts do Tlslte, &c, '
that they will do woll to give her a call.' Particular lit.
tention paid to takiug Lad. ea aud Cbi'drena Pictures. 1
THK IHOHKST MASKET FRICIVPAIDvIN CABll
( 1' :.. il-s si., .,,
Beaver, Otter; Mink, gad Coon Bkini.
,' , By RICHARDS k MoCRAKKN.
Portland, Sept. 2T, lhUB. oc4:3m.
-t.JlViUASUft k UICLL,v
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS ATLAW
WILL PRACTICE IN THE BUPHEklK JlHD OTR '
cult Couru of Oregun, aud the District Courta.e
naahington Territory. - .1
- Particular attaution paid to the coUeoilon,of claims
0. 1IUMA80N, Dalles,Ogn. J. A.ODEH.
N ,E,,W, ; HEARS E,!
rjlUB UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO INFORM MIH CM
M. Icons of fho Dalles snd vlelulty that he baa received 1
NEW IIEAJ18B; and will ., j
-,r, ... -Attend Fnnecals - ,m
on short noUce. This is the firtt, end t present, onlj
Hearse In the city. " n . '
' ' . ."' ' '' '' i 1. M. EVANS
T-i.llos,MayJJ,18e4... .. , . my:20-tf. ,
i-! 7 ROTICEs ; .m-
NOTICE JS HERKI1Y GIVEN not to trust ai'y wife o
my accouut, us I will not be responsible
nlr2w - JULIPSLAKOB.
;Beware of the Greenback Man!
' ,) i Thomas II. JJulijor ',
Has this day paid me One Hundred and Twenty do). .
Ian In IHtKENBACKS AT PAR, part of whN-b
waa money I loaned hi 111 In U. 8. Gold Coin, and part.
flit HH. wMMl Mia. ...Irmll ft.. I- Tf D r.
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