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rC0MPIL FROM TU OltMOSIAN.
DATES TO 0C fOBER 34.-
A'eio York, October 31 . The fiiebmor-d cor
respondent of (he Herald says that B. Fubian,
charged with frauds in the New York tiustoiri-
house ban beta Hrrested'frbere. It is alleged
that he i conuectef with the recent unlaw
tul shipment of otcohol.
Paynins er Binney has been offered the al
ternative ol restoring to the Government ccr
tuin funds a d be honorably discharged, or
take the chance ol a trial. -
The steamer City of Boston, from Liverpool,
me ism, via Uutttvistown, th 18Hi, arrived
this afternoon. The Steamer UnHtd Kingdom.
twenty-lour days out from New York, tot
Glasgow, arrived at Reilbinillun wills her
machinery disubled. .
Lord Paliuerslon is dead'' He had teen se
riously ill for some days past from the effects
ot a coin. Ilia symptoms had been very
tiluruiiiirr, but he steadily improved. On the
uight of the 17th,- however, a bulletin was is
sued to the effect that he had become worse
Since morning, and that it could not be dis
guised that be vws seriously ill. Telegrams
were constantly-being sent in the' Queen, at
Balmoral. Lord Palmerslon would have com
pleted his 81st year-on the 20tu ol October.
The Paris papers say the deaths from chol
era in thai ciiy are averaging 20V per day.
San Francisco, Nov. 1. The Grand Jury
yesterday dismissed the complaint' against J.:
J.'Ayres ana r. B. roster, proprietors of the
Morning Call, and F. Mariotl of the A'twt Let
- 1tr, for libel.
A paragraph recently passed the rounds of
the press announcing that orders bad been re
ceived at Mare Island to prepare the barracks
for 700 marines. Siibsequenily tho-story wi
netueil. We learn Iroiu Washington that the
Navy Department several weeks ago sent to
the Mare Ialaud Navy Yard for plat 8 and esti
mates tor the erection ot barracks to accom
modate 700 sailors and marines. The moni
tor Camanche is still at Mitre Island, nenrly
ready lor service, and in condition to be
placed in our harbor at six hours' notice,
should there be occasion for it. Every few
days the sieam is raised upon her to test the
workings of her engines and machinery, and
to keep even thing iu proper cond lion. ' Ta
- get lirini is also practiced -occasionally to
perfect ihe men in the proper management of
John IL Scrantorc, formerly a prominent
steamboat proprietor in (Jregoii and Washing
ion, Oieo at .Madison, Conn., Si-pt. 30.
yTCBUO SciiOciL. The following is the re-
jjuiv ui tuu uuues ruuiiu ccuooif lor toe
. 1 T.n n . . 1 1 r- 1 , e . , .
month of October :
Whole number of scholars. ......11 .-. 43
Males , .....w2i
Females.,; , , lg
Daily avohige .1. .US
BKCi'ND INTKRMKDIATK DEPAHTMKNT
Whole uumber ef scholars.. ,., ,. 4
Males...,. i 26
DiUly average , .S8
FI 1ST INTERMBDIATB UKPAItTMKNT.
Whole number of scholars 49
; SECOND PRIMARY DEPARTMENT;
Whole jiumber of cholar..m.m. H 42
Females , 19.
Daily averuge .... ......3l
: FIRST PlltMARY DEPARTMENT.
Whola number of scholars 44
Males.ii i ...,..... 22
Females . 22
' Daily average , 30
Robbbry. A 'man named Pomeroy was
robbed of seventy ouncee of gold, on the 3d
inst.;.obdut two miles' out from Umatilla
Tire' Adverlieer snyg-Hiut the robbery was
perpetrated by., a Mexican and an Indian
Pomeroy was on at wagon with his family
nod one or two others. Ho appears to have
resisted, but the robbers ovorpowered him
Taking assistance with him, he returned to
the spot where the robbery wrb committed,
and near it was found a purse' belonging to
Pbmeroy, and his revolver, Tbor"Meiican is
from the Dalies, and is known.
Gold in a niw Plaob. A gentleman, of
this city; wbile eating a piece of beef kidney
the otueitday, found two small pieces of gold
imbedded in it. One of the pieces was about
the bulk of fit 6 falr.-siied grains of wheat, and
the other as lurge-ns two, Each of the pieces
contained a Biimll amount of quuriz. It is
common to find imall pieces ol rock in the
ki'3nev8 of oxen and cows, but this is the only
case of gold being found in such ft place. The
'. animal probably took it up wMle drinking in
shallow water, or maybe by licking the ground
for salt or grass seed. .
TiiB iron interests of the country were
ncn-ep-noro prosperous than at present.
WAIiDBOSl BROS., - -
Wholesale & Retail Druggists,
'Main' Street, Dalle, Oregon.
WE NOW OCCUPY OUR NEW TWO STORY FIRE
proof Stune building, opposite 'Bloch, Miller A
opposite Ulocli, Miller
Co.. and offer to the public a full unit complete stuck of
DrUgs, Medicines and Chemicals, consisting in partnf
KEROSKNB, LAMP WICKS A CHIMNEYS,
L1NSKED, .' LKKCIIES,
r . CAfTOR -ANT' INDIGO AND
'.. nkatsvoot'oii; lanpblack.
TRUSSES, SHOULDER BRACES, SUPPORTERS,
Onr stock of FANCY GOODS I of the finest an best
quality; new styles ond large assortments, suvtf as
LUUIN'S PERFUKKKY, HAIR,
LUlllN'S TOILET SOAP,- FLESH,
11AIII 011,8, .0LOTH"B,
COLOONB, TOOTH AND.'
1'ANCY 80AP8 AND NAILBRUSHES
. TOOTH POWDERS, AND COMBS.
PTjRlS WINES AND-LIQXT0R3;'
Far Medicinal purposes.
Our farllitiea for liuytng-ftcods artoccond to none In
the State, aud we shall at all times sell at a small au-'
Tome from cost. Ready sales and small profits.
Carefntty compounded at all-hours of the day and night.
Dalles Sept. V, 1913. - aeiu-n
3 3 2
a m sss
H 5 4
NOTIC E .
THE PIONEKB STAGE COMPANY
XJ "IMC ATILL
AFTEIt THK FIRST OF OCTOBKK, AT THJB FOLWW-
To BoUe City.. 15 Cents pr ponad
iaino viiy u
Fur leu amounts than one huitdred nminilii nn Adilitino-
To Iloitte City, ...3 Days. .
To Idaho CUy 3 1-a Days.
TO Owyuce, 4 Ways.
JOSEPH I'INKllAM, Acent.
UmalUla, Oct. 1, 1865. .
MILLIN'EUY AND .UKESSv-MAK LG.
Tf ISS O'UOURKEDESIRES TO INFORM the
Ladies of Dulles'Ufltt Vicluitv. that aim
just. received a fresh supply of
The latest I arls. New York and San Franclncn atvlei
f BONNETS, HATS, RIUUONS, LACES, FEATHERS,
FLOWERS, cc. A full aud well-selected assortment of
Ladles' Beady-Made Garments.
Also, a Fushloualilo assortment ot
STAMPING for Kinbroldervaml Braldfir.. PINKfNO
done at short notice. JbONNETS Weachodandtl'ieUed
lu the latest style. A large assoKniout of
Children's Readjvllwlo tlothlng
Constantly on hand. Hnvtng secured tho services of a
nrec uiois uresa MaKerj i nttt preared to cut and fit
Ladles' and Children's DRESSES and CLOAKS. .
THIRD STREET, one sntluro east of the. Catholic
3. GBETZ; .'
' San Francisco.
J. GOETZ.& CO.,
Have removed to
Rudio's New Stone Building.
Washington Street, near French A Qlluiarfs,nd have I
upeneu a werr-aesoneo eioca Ol
HAVANA abd DOMESTIC SEGARS,
VIBOINJA and WESTERN TOBACCO, , ,
FRENCH and SCOTCH BKUFF,v
MEERSCHAUM and other PIW,
INDIAN and FANCY GOODS, Ac, Ac.
The trade supplied at LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
MRS. MATTIB IIOLBROOK would respectfully In.
form the Ladles of the Dalles and vicinity, that
she lias opened a shop in connection With Miss O'Kourke,
wnere sue is preparou to on ail Mntlaur work with neat
ness and dispatch. . Having Justrsled from the East,
lie uopee to ue auie ut pieose ait as to rorm and Jfesmon
Cloaks, Coats and Dresses- Cut to Order.
THREE DOORS West ot tha"Cofnei nr TlTtKn ni
umua streets. - nc2Rtn3
.. - r
E. E. HAFT,"
Aiiorney at Daw,
UK H.UOZI. i
OFFICE, on Second stroet, firs doors east of Wawhlnj
WAGON & CARRIAGE!
HE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECTFULLY
call the attention of all
"vVA'GON M AXtTCKS
1 To the Superior 8tdck of
Now In Store and soon to ttrrlve, Which will be'offored
to the trade on Lfberat Terms,
OAK, ASH AND HICKORY PLAHK
From 1U id 5 Inches.' '
Finished and Unfinished Oak & Hickory
SPOKES, from 1-to S4 Inches
OLIt & HUBS
. Iu Pairs and Sets, from 6x0 to 14x10.'
HICKORY & ASH RIMS,
BUGGY, EXPRESS and SULKY SHAFTS, Finished and
BUGGY and EXPRESS POLr.S. Viulshed and Unfinished
HICKORY AXLES, all-slses-t
BUGGY, WAGON and EXPRESS BOWS:
OAK nd HICKORY SCANTLING; V
hAWEIi FELLOES, from 4 to S inches;
H KWED TON UUES tor four horse and ox-toams ;
. SINGLE TREES;
NUCK YOKES; '
LONG and SHORT HOUNDS;
PLOW BEAMS and llanilles. Ac. Ac.
TL'e above stuck was carefully selected In the Eastern
States, expressly to lit et the demands of this trade
Onlets for any of the above urlicles, Including WAGON
SKE) NS, BOXES, Ac, will be promptly attended to.
It. H. LAW.
Front btreet, Portland,
ocl8:tr. Opposite 0. 8. N. Co.'s Vi harf.
CORNER" OF SECOND AND WASHINGTON STREETS
I DALLES, OREGON,
M. having fitted up the'
above Market in tin) BE- T
STYLE, will keep constant
ly on liautl wtl sorts of
tresis ana cured Meats,
Of the best quality furnished at the LOWEST RATE
,My nrotto la lb "PLEASE ALL."
PARTIES 1UVING 8UPER10R STOCK FOR' BALK
will do well to call jil the Franklin Mnrkt.
. ' J JOHN EPVINGBU.
Balles, February 19th71866.
COURT AND 8EC0ND STREETS, DALLES, OREGON
JOHN MICHELBACH, Proprietor.
WILL KEEP .-i.
"constantly on hand all the VBrfe-Sj ivO
(sties that the marketcan nossibtv XSLtd
ailord; of . N 11
FRESH &TJRKD MEATS,
and always of the bi at quality.
FAMILIES,. HOTEIS, AND ' STEAMBOATS .
fftnjfplled on-reasonable terms, -Tbe'ttnderslBheciMs
alwuys prttpnfed "-fo pay the high
est cash price for FAT CATTLE. Parties having stock
lA-ffood condition, are requested to call on him berore
going elstfw here. JOHN MIC1IELBACH.
Dalles, March 31st, 1886. ' mh81tf '
S. LADDER & Co., Proprietors.
Will keep constantly on hand the best -
JTJEA.TS OP Alsl KINDS.
A LIBERAL SIWtRB OF MATRON AG-Els
solicited, nswe expect to ke p as gooj StvV
an assortment of Meats and of ns good as qual-VlTjf
lty, as the country alfords: and will '
Deliver the same to Purchasers in the City.
Parties having Superior Stock for sale will do well to
give us a call before disposing ol It elnewhere.
8. LAUBER. A Co.,
Southeast corner of Washington and Third Sts.
- Ppposlte 'Koster'e Blacksmith Shop.
Oregon. Steam Navigation Co.'s
npiIE FOLLOWING RATES OF FREIGHT harebesn
Grain, Vegetables. Tallow, &c.
FroioWallula Unlatlllt toPortlaud,tl(00psrton weight
" jjunes to rortinuu j ou " " "
From Wallnla and Umatilla to Portland SO 02 per lb
Dalles to Portland 1 "
From Watluht and- Wmatllla to Portland to 80 each
. ujiies to Portiaua Sift
8. 0. REED, .President.
PoYtland, Sep. 2a,18C6. ' sep27-2mls
LA.. Jc. BRADPOItiy,
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
Portland,-. f- - . - Oregou.
OFFKRS FOR BAU1 A VERY
Case Goods, t
49- The Trade Is particularly Invited to examine mv
stick before purchasing orsewhere. au24-tf
OUR BOOK8 MUST BE CLOSED, fthr-by noto o
cash, within sixty days. All persons Indebted will
please cull and settleas ahnve. .
ItOBUiNS, McFARLAND k CO,
Dalles, 8ept..l,lS06. - ac3-2tn
, FOft SALE.
A FIRST CLASS, SKCOND HAND PIANO, can be hod
i nn reasounnie"terms, luqnlre at this Office? or of
o'3tf A. W. FERGUSON. ,
TfcR. BELT has removed his ofilc. from Dr. Cralg-s
I JLF Drug Stort to Waldron's new Stone building, up
BEnn. - . ... u,..
J TJ K E H ,
nam sireei. uanes.
wBousal Airs Kit ah duui ir..
CIGARS.. TOBACCO, SNUFF",
ALWATS IK STORS TBI 18t IKARDS OT
Cigars, Tobacco, Matches; &C
PLAYING CARDS, , .. ,
COMBS and BRUSHES, o' all kinds,
PERFUMERY, ot every descriptions- " ' :'
! , TOYS, DOLLS, etc.
VlSH HOOKS and FISHING TACKLE, '
FANCY GOODS. Ac.
Also Powder. Shot, Lead, Powder Flasks, Baskets, and
many other articles too numerous to mention.
. - Interior dealers supplied with Cigars, Tobacco, etc". -at
less than Portland prices, with freight added, oc-8
. . TO .
Merchants, Families, Hotels and
JULIUS KRAEMER HAVING BOUGHT THK EN- .
tire Stuck of Merchandise and Book Accontita of tit
late firm ot M . Seller Co.-, -In this city, to which he boa
aduedofhis own importatl6n"(wlille doing business in
Portland) an imtaentrstock'of the best manufactured
Plated Ware, Lamps,
ChandcllerH, Table Cutlery.,
AH Hinds Of Oils, 1
' AM of which hs offers at reduced VAtes, Persons wleh-'"
lifg to buy any of the aboTO-mentluned articles, will do
well to give ine a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Orders from the interior promptly nttendeeHo, ant
goods packed to go secure. Don't tail to call on me.
itudlo's Stone Building, Washington streetDalles. :
JUIJU8 -KRAEMER. .
Dalles. March lTtht 1865. mhlTtf '
M, BROWN & BR0...
FANCY AND STAPLE '
. GROCERIES, FROVISaONS, &o. -
Mr. M. BROWN, being a resident of San Fraselscoi
sre enabled to ofier great Indcenien' " nnrrheaers Wa
tespectfully Invite the (iuMIc to el amine otrt Stock befof t
Kiiiviiiuiiig eiBswiiere , , mj-tf
Stone Store, north side Main street. Dalles.
THE HANDSOME RESIDENCE occupied by A. Wi .
BUCHANAN is offered . , , ' i .
For- Sale at a Low Figure.
For a private- residence. n-mnre rifiln,hi kuoii,. - u .
bedesired. Thegrounds are ornamented with hr,,i,i.r.
and the building, contains - .
Ten Rooms, Finished In the Best Style;
and embraces everv convenience. To a gentleman d- -siring
a Retired and Pleasant Home, convenient to busi
ness, anopportunlty Is now prmented that seldom offers.
TlwHeueenjnd furniture will be sold together or separ
ately, as the purchaser may destre. For further oartle. -
murs, inquire at w"lrtf
WELL8, FARGO i COSjKXPRE8S OFPIChI.
J. W. GURLEY, DENTIST,
'Main St.,XalUs, Oregon.
w uie ctiiieus oi tins place aud vi- S ZJt-
. ..,,a. ,iUI uvu imm n pro- i
lesstouul tour throuuh the mint, hi,
Kgalirresuiitod-tho in actice or DENTISTRY, In thcroonis
formerly ticoupled by him, Iw-the building occupied by
."" uiier, runograpii Artists, and s.ljolnlr.g Wal
dron Uiw.'i Drug Sloroi' Ha-lakee-thts method of ex
tending thanks, for m ilboval patronage heretolora ex
tended to him, and Solid li a continuance of the same.
LIST OF PinoBSf
Entire Denture on Gold Base ...4180 to$22S
' Upper Denture, Gold Baso ou 120
". Denlure. Vulcanite Base -70 " 125
" Upper Denture, Vulcanite Base &-' e
Gold Fillings Innerted from one dollar upward '
ChlldreusM'eeth extracted free af charge. selS-tf
MRS. L, WHITE'S
MEW PH0T0GRA5H ROOMS.
wasiungton Mreet. -
HAVING NEWLY FITTED UP THE GALLERY over
Deguar'a Store, Would respectfully announce to all -those
wisltiiig . . . . .
Thotograph, Carts de Tlslte, &c,
SjJ. ,1"3' du ,w"u ' K'V8 bBr ""'l- Particular at
ioc2l'tr ' J ul Chi'drons Pictures.
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID IN CASH
Beaver, Otter, Mink and Coon Bklni,
. . . l'y RICHARDS McCRAKEN. '
.v.. mp,, iw.- ic4:3m.
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLO RS AT LAW '
W-r."11?!0," 1N 11IK SUPKKMsl AND CIR
rpiIH UNDKHSIGNED BKG8 TO INFORM THE CW
a NElvnu"Eli!s,E?m!dw:i,it T'
: Atlend Plinernls
tatoal:,,'!i pr.nt,on., ,
t.lles, May lO.ISOI. '
M. IVANS- -my:20-tf.
NrCl?8 "BBYGIVEN not to trust my wife en t
i.?TJ actmM -1 w' " h responsible 7 "
JULIUS LAKGR; .
Beware of the Greenback Man I
Thomas H. Dnlger '
nos this day paid me Om Hundred and Twenty doL
Urs In GIlhKNUACUS AT PAR. ! To? which 1
J2,J?5??.J.,r" '""'" C. 8. GhlcX..nd ri
"V,:,,?!'?1 ',"?"w'l for in U. 8. Gold Coin:
oceittf." I OcuSS: