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DALLES, OREGON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER r, 185.
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING,
(MONDAYS SXOKPTKD,) BV
E. G. IOWXE & J. HALLO It AN,
KDITOKS AND PROPRIETORS.
Txiufs Twenty-five cent! per week, payable to the carrier
per muiith, by wall, tl; three months, $2 60; six
months, ii ; one year, $8. Advertisements Inserted at
Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing; exe
nted witli neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per
order to any part of the country. liymml Jor Job lrint
. inff mutt bt made on delivery oj work
IIANDL12Y & SLWOIT, I'rop'rs.
THIS POPULAR nOOBE, CKNTRALLT LOCATED,
Near the Steamboat Landing & Bailroad 'Depot,
lias boon recently enlarged and improved, and will now
IT WILL BK COND0CTKD as heretofore, as a FIRST
CLASS HOUSE, and the patronage of the traveling
jiublic is respoctfully solicito I.
" Baggage takeu to the IIoubo froe of charge. House
open all night. .
LARGE FIRE-PROOF SAFES TO DEPOSIT VALUABLES
MAIN STREET, DALLES, OREGON,
THOMAS SMITH, Proprietor.
A FIRST-CLASS HOUSE.
THE CENTRE Of BUSINESS,
Near the Steamboat and Railroad Windings
Superior Accommodations for Families and can Ao
commodate One Hundred and Fifty Guests.
Meals... 60 est. Lodging 60 cts.
Fire Proof Safe for deposlte of Taluables.
House open all night. Baggage taken to the House
FAMILY GROCERY STORE ! !
TOBACCO AND SUGARS,
FRESH AND DRIED FRUITS,
VEGETABLES, Ac, Ac.
And every article usually found in a First-class
Family Grocery Store.
Mr. FRANK has just receivod frombolow an entire
new stock of
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS &o,
which he will sell at low rates for cash . Heads of fam
ily and others are invited to call and examiue his etook.
r Goods delivered In any part of the city tree of
'a-GREENBACKS TAKEN AT 76 CENTS.
8. FRANK, Main street
JySO'tf. A few doors below the Post-office
-ivn.iJT. Ar weisttz.
ITU ..CORNER THIRD AND B STREETS
V w ii ..mill y n.lles Cltv. have on hand a variety
llnnnnlinljl Vfl Wtl 1 1 II V A
i ueusiiuem .......
'fe.ir' 3L embracing Tables, Chairs, Bureaus
AyfciAUavA ' . A u,i.t.H. nnriillnir.Carneti
etc, etc, all of which will bo sold at low rates. Furniture
Unpaired, ana upnoistonng none -
Mattresses and Pillows, Spring Beds made to order, aula
Wat. MOAB08. K"0L.
WM. MOABUS &.CO.,
m o vision STORE,
Corner of First and B Streets.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS In BREAD,
CRACKERS and Family GROCERIES.
tt).0rdrs from a dlstancecaxerully Mled and promptly
.,1 ,v.o,l 1-tf
A . STEPHENSON. 91. O..
J ESPECTFULLY tenders his professional sorvlcas In
. the several Dnuicnw o. memt.. v. ...
eitliensof Dallesand vicinity. Particular attention will
be paid to female diseases. Chronic diseafes of whatever
type or grade, will receive prompt and efficient treat
ment. Office, adjoining Waldron's Drug Store. noMtf
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, -fjfm-!
Standard and Miscellaneous WORKS, 4J'Jj
tat NOVELS, MAGAZINES, PAPERS.JjcSaT
Ac., Ac. by every Steamer. Post-Onlce"'
Book,tor.,Maln.tr..tDall..ii k ,
Attorney and Jtounsellor at law
OFFICE On corner of Washington and Main "'rests,
fianvon City. Grant County. Oregon. ep20tt
n KEGS OF SALT SALMON, lOOIbs each.
10 Foruleby faul&tq I.LIEBB.
Oregon Steam Navigation Co.
FALL A R RAN CEMENT.
Jfeftobd yfa?M f??&$
tzsszSa Btssxxssssa ftg.-wseaaa
On and after September , until further
The Passenger Train,
to connect with steamerB
FOR UMATILLA & W ALLULA
Wili start from the R. R, DEPOT DALLES CITY, DAILY
(Sundays oxcepted.) at 4-30 A. M.
The Steamer Oneonf a, C'apt. J.
McNULTY, will leave DALLES, DAILY, (Sundays ex
ceptod)al 6 o'clock, A. M., comiectin by the CASCADE
RAILROAD, with the steamer CASCADE, Capt. J. Wolf,
f,. Portland. FRANK T. D0M1K,
Dalles. Si-pt, 21, 1866. f 8ep-23 Agent 0. 8. N. Co.
DALLES & CAM0. CITY STAtE
Are now running their line of
DALLES So CANYON CITY
By way of
Todd's Bridge, Cross Hollows, Bridge Creek, Alkali
Flat, Camp Watson, Rock Creek, Cottonwood and John
Day's River, tri-woekly.
WELLS, FARGO & CO'S EXPRESS.
Leaving Dalles and Canyon City every Tues.i, J and
Friday morning. Through in two days.
JAS. A. HENDERSON, Agent, Canyou City.
Dalles office At Wells, Fargo 4 Co.'s, Dalles.
N. 0. MAYIIEW, Agent.
Dalles, April 26th, 186S. up26tl
FOUIIOISE JUINUS DIRECT.
WALLA WALLA & BOISE LINE
THE U. S. OVERLAND MAILS
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express,
Is now making Regular Trips from Walla Walla to Fl
cerville, (Boise Mines.)
Through in Two and a Half Days
Connecting with the Wallula Line of Stages, and th
Boats of the 0. 8. N. Company.
GEO. P. THOMAS A CO.,
ap2T-tf " Proprietor
1SLACK FOOT EXP11ESS.
D WIGHT & BACON, Proprietors.
TUB PUBLIC ARE HEREBY INFORMED that we
have concluded arrangements fur the transaction of
TO AND FROM
THE BLACK FOOT COUNTRY!
and have commenced making regnlar trips from WALLA
WALLA, via Lewiston, to VIRGINIA CITY, HELENA,
Ol'IIIR A BLACK FOOT CITY. All business entrustod
to us will be attended to with promptness and dispatch.
AS- Particular attention paid to COLLECTIONS.
Will leave on their second trip, starting from Walla
Walla, October 3d; Lewiston, October 6th. sel0-2m
JACKSON SALOON !
CORNER COURT AND SECOND STREETS,
. DALLES, OREOON,
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING REMOVED FROM
THE "BELLA UNION" CELLAR, INTO
Gates' New Building:,'
Beg to Inform the public that they are prepared to serve
their customers with the best
Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
THE MARKET AFFORDS. ALSO, A
Frco Lunch !
Every day and evening.
ANTON LACER A KMIli SCHUTZ,
And all kinds of Machinery
Manufactured at the
OREGON IRON WORKS
CORNER OF MORRISON and 7TII streets,
A.. 0. GIBBS A CO.,
Portland, Deo. Oth '64. deOtf E. L. Jonm A Co.
DIC. S. I AVAL L ACE,
PSYSJC1AN & SURGEON
MAIN STREET, DALLES.
LITO WIG & SCH A!VIVO, Props.
XA LLKS, OREGON.
EIOhEST PRICE PAID FOR BARLEY.
lKlii(JH fc I L M A A,
IMPORTERS AND WUOUUAU
Dealer's in Wines, Liquors
Miners' Goods, float Stores, itc,
BAVl RKMOVKD 10 TI1K1B
NEW STONE BUILDING,
CORNER Of '
Second and tVaNliington Streets,
NOW IN STORE A LARGE AND COMPLETE AS
sortmcnt of the very best brands of
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Also, a lull assortment of
GROCERIES &, STAPLE GOODS.
4a Constantly receiving our supplies direct from New
York and San Francisco, we are utile and willing to sell
at a very small advance on Sun Francisco prices. They
hope by adopting a strictly sorrect and prompt method ol
doing business, they will receive the patronage cf the pub.
n CORNER OF
Main and fulon Streets, Dalles.
J.O.BALDWIN mh21-tf F.W.BALDWIN.
, FRED. LIEBE,
' ' AND N- '
Washington Street, opposite French k Oilman's, Dalles.
' lias on band a large aud well-assorted stock of '
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
Fresh 1 J utter &. Efifjys,
Received daily. A large lot of CHICKENS always on
hand. FRUITS of all kinds. FRESH VEGETABLES
every morning. All articles warranted.
Give Me a Call, Everybody I
anl8:tf F. LIEBE.
"COLUMBIA RIVER MINEST
A.R. BOOT II,
WHITE BLUFFS, W. T.,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND GENERAL DEALER IN
PACK AND SADDLE HORSES FOR BALE.
FREIGHTS CONSIGNFD to my care for Colvllle
Kootenai, or the Upper Columbia Mines, will re
ceive prompt attention. -
White Bluffs, Oct. 1st, 1864. . oc2 tf
R. B. DALLAM. 0. W. AMIES. 0. W. ARME8
ARMES & DALLAM,
Importers and Jobbors of
WOOD AM) WILLOW WARE,
BRUSHES, TWINES, CORDAGE, Ac
And Manufacturers of
California Palls, Tubs, Brooms, Ac.
217 k 210 Sacromouto Street, between Front and Davis,
6an Francisco. , ocll:3uidw.
SOLE AOENT IN CALIFORNIA FOR
TILTON & McFARLAND'S
Fire & Ilurglar Proof Sales.
XaT-Constantly on hand a full assortment of SAKKS.
318 BATTERY STREET,
Jy6-6m San Francisco.
E. A3. FrXZGKKALD,
H A. R 3D W A. R E
Iron and Steel.
Every Detcription of
Miners' and Mechanics' Tools,
8UIP CHANDLERY, GROCERIES, CLOTHING, AND
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Crockery and Glasswai . -
B. P. FITZGERALD,
v flO-tf DaUtM, Ottfon
WaNhliiffton Wagon Koad.
TITB UNDERSIGNED WOULD INFORM THE
Traveling Publlo that the Washington Wagon Road
from Portland and ancouver to the Upner Cascades la
well being kept In good traveling order for wagons and
Dalles Jan. 11th 18A6.
E. 0. HARDY.
W. I. DIGELOW,
Receiving, Storing, Forwarding;
Advances- made on Consignments. :
MAIN STREET, Opposite the Umatilla House.
A CARD FOR THE
Fall & Winter Clothing Trade
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
No. 411, 413 and 419 .Battery Street,
Cor. Merchant, Man Franvlsoo.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
ENTIBE NEW AND FRESH STOCK
WE WOULD CALL ATTENTION of Country Mer
chants to our usually large stocks of Goods. Our
stock comprises every article in the Clothing and Fur.
nishiug line. We have constantly on hand the largest
and greatvet variety of Cassimere and Wool HATS ol
any house In San Francisco, and our prl ea for these
Goods are less than those of any tiouso, as we receive
them direct from the manufacturer's consignment Onr
stock of Summor and Fail Goops is particularly attract
Ive, and the great feature to the country merchant is the
unusually low prices.
Less Than the Cost of Importation!
We also kcop the STAPLE ARTICLES In the Dry Good
lino, which Goods we have purohased in this niarkot un
der the hammer, and are offering them at New Yolk .
Cost, aud lesa.
We publish this card In order that we may make new
acquaintances, and induoe those whohave not herotofore
purchased of us, to call and examine our stock.
Good Articles and Low Prices!
Are tho greatest inducements to all who purchase to
sell agaiu. Merchants who buy of us can make a good
profit, and sell to their customers at low figure. We
remain, respectfully, i
Your Obedient servants,
' BADGER A LINDENBERGER,
Wholesale Clothing and lint Warehouse,
Nob. 411, 413 aod lo Battery street,
con rmncisco, April i, leoo. JeU-iJmw
110 1 1 Oil T11E SUMMER ROUSE !
SEA. BEAO EI.
flMllS DELIGHTFUL AND CELEBRATED SUMMER
Ja. Resort, situated oi Clatsop Plains, a short distance
from the Ocean, is now re-opened aud ready to receive
This resort possesses attractions unsurpassed on the
Pacliio Coast. It has a splendid beach for riding, walk,
lug and bathing; beautiful scenery and surroundings;
berries of all kinds abound ; a beautiful trout stream
andabundance of game.
Is constantly supplied with salt and fresh water fish'
clam, and crabs, elk, bear and feathered game, and the
freshest of couutry produce.
The'olimate Is selubrlons This Hotel offers every,
thing that could be desired for the oomfort of guests,
both well and sick.
The Proprietors respectfully ask the Health and Pleas
ure Seeking Publlo for partronage, that they may .
enabled to make the " Bummer House " a permrnent In
stitution of the country. LOWELL A KIPPEN.
May 9th, laB8. mytltf
SELLING OFF AT COST!
My entire stock of
STOVES AUD TINWARE,
rrpilB WJIOLK embracing a fine stock, ever article
X 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 fecond Stieet,
next to the cornor of Washington. The Ilouse Is Iwe
stories, with a basement, and Is well adapted to the hotel
business. Also a lot of BEDDING, comprising about
twenty-live Beds. The whole will be closed out cheap.
For further particulars apply on the premises.
u:3m ALUEKT UE1TINGEN.
new run r, ciuotEuv
rpiIR UNDERSIGNED INFORMS HIS FRIENDS and
I the public generally, that he has Just established on
Main street, next door to J. Juker, Tobacconist,
A NEW STORE I
where he keeps constantly on hand a large assortment ot
selected FHUIT. Also, In store a complete stock ofcliolce
QHOCEKIES, PK0VIS10N8, VEGETABLES rfo.
All of which will be sold, wholesale and retail, at RE!
DUCED PRICES. Come and see and sntlsfy yourself.
sel3-tf JOHN 8POS1TO.
LINCOLN HOUSE, .
Corner Washington and Front Street!,
I THIRST-CLASS HOTEL. LARGEST IN THE STATE.
? Charges Reasonable. -
AN OMNIBUS will attend all the Boats and convey
Passengers and their baggage to the House Free of
Chargo, or to any other House In the 01 ry for 60 cent.
8. COFFIN, Proprietor.
P. 8 HOT AND COLD BATHS in the Homo.
All the Steamers for Oregon City, Vancouver, Monti
cello and Astoria) land at the Lincoln House Wharf.
I. 1. STEPHENSON
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE 0PP0- .
site llloch, Miller A Co., where be J
is preparea to ao an xinae oi
In a skillful and well flnlslud maimer. TEKTrt inserted
from one to an entire set, on. Gold or Rubber Plate.
Prices range for Rubber Plate, from $24 to idol Foi
Gold Plate, from $75 to $128. '
a-Persons having work done by me not proving sat
Isfactory will not be required to receive or pay for tin
"" ' aul3-ti
TTt. V. II. STEELE,
ACTING ASSISTANT BURGEON, U. 8. A.
I WA1DRON & BROS ' DRUO rflTORD