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TUESDAY MOBJTIIiG, NOV. .7,, 1805.
A. week fillbd with, selfishness,, and the
Sabbathi stuffed full' of religious exercises,
will" make a good Pharisee, but a- poor
Not more than one-third: of the cholera
patients in tha Russian hospitals die,. It is
thought it can be pretty well controlled, by
the time it reaches America..
A Fiieucb Photographer, has made arrange
ments to .descend to the bottom of the sea in
a sub marine vessel, and take photographs
of sub-marine objects, lie proposes to. use
Fanny Jackson, a young colored woman of
Washington, District of Columbia, graduated
at Oberlta) in the classical school. She is
the first female graduate from that institu
tion of. pure African blood.
A CAMFonsu.. editor, Mr. Tabb Mitchell,
was robbed lately in Placervillo of' $50.
The pross of that. S.tato is discussing., at
gome length,, whether he,- came, honestly
in possession of it or not;
Edward E.. Kelly, for some years- post
master at Walla Walla, died at Santa Clara,
California, on the 29th of October, aged
twcntyrnine years. Mr. Kelly was a man
universally liked, and ga,ve great promise of
Tjir superintendent of the shore line of
sailroad from New Ilaven to New York, took
away. tbe patronage of. the company from
the New Ilaven Palladium, because that jour
nal reported the circumstances of a railroad
slaughter . Ln. full,, which, occurred on., that
Miss Doctress Mary E. Walker , has asked
for- an appointment 'of Surgeon - in- the
Mgular army; She served as a volunteer
surgeon, but Stanton will not hear of such
an innovation, as a. female surgeon in Ike
It is said that there are forty thousand
children in New York City, who never at
tend school.. There apoars to be an- excel
lent chance in that place for: the investment
of soraje portion of that surplus pbilau
tbropy wluoh appears-to be exercised j only
in behalf of the frcedrnfltt af th South..
TnK Minnesota Lode. Tile Minnesota
Lode at Owyhee is a well-defined vein, three
(Vet in width at fifty feet depth. An assay'
of tho rock gave, silver, $6G8; gold, $345
total, $1013. Tho- lode- is, the proporty. o
the New York and1 Oregon Gold find Silver
Mining Company,. of which. Mr. G. Colli-er
' Hobbiua is agent and general superintendent.
John McOalL). of Mendocino- county, Cali
forma, has brought suit against Gen Mc
Dowell to recover, as be alleges, damages to
tho amount of $100,000, for false imprison
mcnt. . It appears. that ho gave three cheers
for the murder of Lincoln. lie ought to be
glad that he did not suffer even more serious
damages than.be claims .in Lis complaint,.
Almanac fob San Francisco. It has been
suggested that a new almanac, calculated for
tho vicinity of San Francisco, would be very
useful. In the place of the usual weather
prophecies, a wag says such prognostic
turns might be used as would indicate the
' earthquake probabilities.. For; instance
" Expect light, moderate earthquakes about
this time," "Balmy earthquakes with show
ers of plastering and .brick-bats," "Look
out for. a. heavy fall .of .parapet-walls an
church-sleeplfis, throughout this month,'! an
' the like.
HOW TO DO I.
With the assistance of the veteran regular
troops which have-arrived, or will arrive, in
this department, the volunteer, fOncea now in
the field, would, daring the coming winter,
pretty well exterminate the Snake Indians
now at war with the whites in, south-eastern
Oregon, and the- south-western. districts of
Idaho. It is only a measure of common jus
tice that the savages should be- put down in
some way or another.. The General. Govern
ment owes it to our citizens to do, that much,
and as a people, we shall not ba satisfied if
any less is done. It cannot be possible that
the War Department is ignorant that the
murder of citizens of this State and adjoin
ing territories is a daily occurrence, and we
can only attribute the folly of withdrawing
portion of the- troops now in- tile Jield, as
resulting from eomo sinister influence or re
presentation from some source at present un
known to the public. To counteract this,
the Governor of this State should, at once
notify the War Department-of the state of
affairs in the district east of the Cascades.
It is not too late to prevent the disbandmcnt
of some of. the volunteer forces now in ser
vice, if the War Department can be made to
understand, tha importance.- of. it. Taking
these forces, and arming the Warm -Spring
bands of Indians, a winter- campaign may
yet be made a perfect success.
It is an easy task to get into the Harney
Lake country by the Crooked. River passes,
and a force thrown in there during the win
ter, will be able to take the Slakes at such
a disadvantage that a. defeat would be equiv
alent to destruction.. If the assistance of
one or two companies of citizens-should be
required, they ens easily be raised in this
county or at Canyon City, Thus, at com
New Qoabtz Mill. During the past ten
days, says the Owyhee Avalanche of the 28th
nlt.r eighteen, teams have, reached ..Sinker
Creek, all laden with machinery and stores
for Mr. Grenaeback's new qpartz mill. Three
more are on the way with the remainder.
The main bttilding is up and will be shingled i
the coming week. Wben finished it will cover
a space forty-five by Brxty feet. At present
only ten stamps will be pat in it, but the mill
is!of twenty stamp capacity. The Frieburg
process, with ovens and Yarney pans will be
Jackson Engine Compnmy. Regular meet
ing THIS (TUESDAY) EVFNINQ; at T o'clock. By
ordor. F. M. HUNT, Secretary.
Columbia Lodge, No. Ot I. O. O. P.-
Meets every Thursday evenifjg--at63 o'clock, lu Gates'
Hall, corner of Second and Court Streets. Brothers In
good standing are invited to attend. .By-ordor. N. G.
Now or Nevkr Call at Win, Birnbnum's Jewelry
Store and examine his extensive stock of Watches, Dia
monds, Jewelry, Silver Ware, Lamps, Cutlery and Fancy
Goods, which he offers for sale In order to close busiuoss
on account of ill-health, at less than cost. There is no
such large and well-eolcetod stock this -side of San Fran
cisco, and the quality of the goods will speak foe Itself.
Now is your time to buy presents cheap, and at a saving
of CO per cent . Mr. B. lias also a lot of Feriscoplc Glass.
Spectacles that perlorm wonders. n4ti.
Isaac F. Bl.ocn,
C. 8. MiLua,
Bloch, Miller & Co.,.
AND DEALERS IN
"Wines fc Liquors,
And Importers and Jobbers of
lloots & Shoes,
etc., etc., etc.
We have an assay office in connection
wtih our business, nnder the entire supervision-
ot'.Mr. Miller. We niuke returns in Burs in six hours
We guarantee all our Asenvfl and pay the HIGHEST
CASH l'HICU for Bars. We also pay the Highest
Cash l'rice fur. Quid Dust.
BLOCII, MILLER t CJ.,
myOtf Corr Main and Washington streets, Dalles.
SELLING O jF JF
TO CLOSE, BUSINESS !
nnrfitivf'h' little exnonae. an end mav be DUt Cyrus Iba,
I 1....-U .,:' Cyrus Iba,
Delinquent Assessment List.
. Office or Dau.es and Omnia Goi.d and Rilvir"
Quartz Minino Company, y
Dallet, November 7, 1805. ).,
mllKUE IS DELINQUENT unou the following: des-
M. crilied stock, on account of assessment levied on
the twentieth day- of February, A. D. 1805, the several
amounts set opposite the. names of .the respective share-
uonu-rs, as iouows :
L. W hite A Bro.,
O. B. Gibson,
A. H. Johnson,
John B. Price,
L. M. Cohn,
O. 8. Savage,
A. W. Cotnpton,
THE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully inform their,
patrons and ttie public at large, that-they will.
at an extravagant cost to the National trcas-
uty.. Some such scheme a3 this, elaborated
by the military authorities,. Bhould be put in
execution.. Go-operative parties of citizens
from-Boise, Owyhee and Powder river, might
be raised, and thus the Indians would be ef
fectually surrounded. There are hundreds
among the miners who would gladly partici
pate in such an enterprise, from the double
motive of a fondnessfor adveuture.and a de
sire to see the country.
If the matter is not. taken in hand now
another season will' elapse before anything
of practical value can be done. The inter
ests of the State require the development of
the resources of the eastern, section, and
without the subjugation or extermination of
the Snakes, this cannot be done.
Ho. CertJ. Shares. Amount.
e 2-. ie oo
7. 6 40 00
8' 2. 10 00
n. 5 40 oo
2 2 ' 2. 18 00
82 1- 8 00
S3 4 32 00
45 , 6i 40 00
40 6 40 00
47: 2 10 00
48 ' 2- MOO
49 1 2 ' 16 00
50 2. 16 00
52 2 . 10 0 i
51) 1 8 00
64 , 1 8 00
55 . 1 8 00
67 . 1 8 00
68- 1 8 00
69 1' 8 00
60 5 40 00
65 35 280 00
Uats A CapB,
Boots A Shoes?
MwtB laDiiN Outrages.- Wfc have news
Cyrus Iba, .
W. Musters, .
And hi accordance wUb law and an-ordorof the Hoard
of Trustee s, inade on the- 20th day of February, A. D.
18G5, bo many shares of eftch parcel of (.aid Block. as may
be neccBrwry, will, be sold at public auctiun. at the office
of P. A.O. Payne, Main street, Dalles, ou the seventh
dny of December, A. D, 1805, at 2 o'clock, p. x.. of said
day, to pay said delinquent assessment t hereon,, together
wun cob is oi auveniBitrff ami expenses ot sale.
, n8:lw B1UMDND SCUWABACIIKU Sec'y.
gi EOltGR TJKBK Is my duly authorized spent during
M my ubHHDco in. the Eastern States, to attend to the
collection ot all accounts due Die, and also the late firm
of Wlntorraeir.A Munger, A. W1NTEKMEIR.
N. II.. GATES
ATT0OEI AND C0UNSEL0B AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,
-riLL ATTEND PROMPTLY AND WITH FIDEL'
WW Ity, to all business entrusted to his care. l'r-
by the arrival of the Canyon- City, etage. of ticu.lrtr a"0",'?irT1 PiK collection of Claims, Convey
, , , J ; hanciug, Ac. M ill be, duriug all business hours, in atten
City road. . On the 2d inst., three Culifornia CORNER OF COURT AND SECOND STREETS, f
cattle-drovers were, attacked, while gatherr vamlb, ttKnuoa,
ingup.their cattle, at. a point between the A.T MBSi HiXHSSlSll'S
John Duy bridge and Cottonwood Creek-, and r PUJJJjfQJJ MILIjINERY STOXtD
nu ui luviuaciviuij itvuuucu. ouo whsduu,
off his horse, and only, saved his life by tak
ing refuge in. the brush.. The other two
came into , tho Btation at Cottonwood and
gave the alarm, and the wounded man was
brought in. The Indians drovo off twelve
or fourteen head of their cattle. There are
only ten or twelve men at Camp Watson, and
the Indians frequently show themselves near
the post, in numbers too great to be defeat
ed'. Most of the men at tha Camp are off on
escort duty, and Captain Small cannot make
any move to chastise the savages, without-risking-the
Camp and the-storcs gathered
there.. When the Btago, reached Currant
Creek1, on tho road down, tbey found some
teams there, and .learned .that four horses
bad been stoleafrom them, n few. hours be
fore. Comiug.pp to-the summit of the hill,
on this side of the creek-, a party of five In
dians were teen, having about twenty horses,
most of which were work, horses. The In.
dians attempted to croBS the road ahead of
the e'tftga, but seeing they were likely .to.bt
intercepted, drove the -horses off in another
direction. It is supposod that . the horsoi
on Currant Creek were among those seen
with the Indians, and there must have been
othec camp robbed, Jrora which wo have not
y et beard... '
couiuumce to suit this iluy, their large and baudsoiua
In order to retire from busineHB. the above Stock must-:
be sold within Sixty Days, and
STRICTLY AT COST!
AH pernors Indebted to the firm will please call and1.
Bottle their billB immetlintelXi thereby saving all nnne
i cetmary future trouble. (XH1N & liOHM.
DUUub, Oct. 2t lbuo. . ocatl.
HOW TO SW'li MONEY!
CAU AT Till '
Fanyiy. Grocery and Fruit Store,,
vomer oi nsamngton ana second street b.
TUB UNDKHSIGNKD WISUKS TO INFORM TIIB-.
people of the DalluB, and the public gouerally, that,
he has a large and well selected stock of
CANDIES, NUTS, &.,
Which he will sell Wholesale and Retail at Reduced
lricu for CASH. Also, constantly on hand the Choicest
Article ot VKESII liUTTEIt and KG US. Also, every
variety of FRUITS and VKUKTAIII.1.8 in their season.
Pei-BonB from up the country, wishing quantities of
ugirs anu ruir, oy sending in their orders, will receivt
the strictest atteutfon, and have them nlleil at tlioZoioeir
Market iVc. jyll-tf I C. L. JEWKW,. .
NEW STONE STORK, WASHINGTON STREET.
rHIHE UNDERSIONED would reepoctfully anuonnc -JL
that he will oven a first class Saloon in Kreuch A
Oilman's New Stone-ilulldiny, THIS EVEN1NU, and la .
yivymau w BCive CUflulllcrs Wliu me Ue8l OI .
Wines, . Liquors and:. Cigars. ,
Every day and Evening. .
oc28.tr. JOHN RINDLAVB.-
Tiieri is a. grapo vino in Santa. Barbara
eouuty, California, of which' (he followin
particulars are gken : The trunk .has .a cin
cnmfercnce.of 3 feet and 9 luces, at a dia-
tance of 4 feet above -the-surface of -the
ground. Ttto branehas are supported on an
nrbor 114 leot long,..T8 feet wide, and 90
yards in circumference.- It now bns 6,000
. bunches of grapes, estimated to average two
pounds weight to a bunch. If was planted
in. itju,.oy, jjooo. Maxg,ucrtta Domingucz. No attention. will be paid to applications
' The ground about it ia apparently never cul- for pardon from rebels rosiding abroad. Tuey
tjvated, but water is occasionally poured in 1 roust return home and tbro.wjtbomeolv.es on
" ajiasia around tho roots.,, I tfe.e mercy of the.'country .
Opposite Cohn &, Bolira'a,..
T0V CAN FIND THE LATEST AND MOBT FASHt
ja iun AjiLit. uvuva, in ine.uue nr
JUOK1VETS, HATS, FEATHERS,
Dress . Trimmingrs, - &o.
' In order to mnko dress complete, It bocomes necessary
that a BONNET or 01 AT, Uaudsomely Trimmed, should
aikirn the head .
Olve me ail early call; and I will end.avor to suit
veryoouy in iaoib ana at kcabunaule PRICES.
Particular attention paid to'
! Embroiders;, and Braiding-Stamping.
NOTICE TO FARMERS.
niin dalles lumber and manufactuj
X COMPANY has.recently attached a
to their Steam Sash and Door Factory, In this City, and
are now prepared to CHOP FEED, UKIND WHEAT and
CORN, and warrant to Rive the best satisfaction. On
SECONDS OR MIDDLINGS, .'
BRAN AND SHORTS,
CHOP FEED, CHICKEN FEED;
Also, a Superior article of CORN MEAL, from new
The hlRhest market prica paid for WnEAT, CORN and
"S" o ,. "OUE, Agent.
ECLIPSE CHOP HOUSE,
xrjtuiia jutci, vvrucr OI UOUII,
OLD. MACK, THE PIONEER COOK, would respect,
fully Inform tho-publlc that he Jiaa fiiin.1 .i,
above Chop Houso, and is prepared to serve up MEALS
and LUNUU in the best style and at the shortest notlf.
HALLS and PARTIES rurnished with suppers. In the
Ji?. . 1 J2 1JLIVI, .
Watcltmnker and. Jcivcler,
MAIN STREET, DALLES,
(HUT DOOE TO T11K ASSAY OPriCI,)
TEALER IN FINE WATCHES, JEWELRY,
j Lwvao, uoiujrena. stiver auu riareu n are.
Buectacles, Cutlery, Ac.
' 44Particulnr attention paid to repairing flniBOUia 3
7 Hivuw, uiockh, oewoiry,. eco. ah rt atones repaired by
m. warranted tor twelve months.
'.N.B. All orders from the upper country, by Exprei
or uthorwisatrumptly atteuded to. aull t'
WU0IE8ALI AND EITA1L SEAUK IN
Taney & Staple Dry Goods,
CLOTHING, BOOTS. AND SHOES...
UATS, AND CAPS, AND
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
Fire-proof Stone Store, corner .of Main ami rv.i.t .
MOUNT HOOD SALOON,
13ILLIAiiJD ROOM, .
F. JT..JIUNT, ProDHelor.
, CORNER OF
Main nndCourt Streets, .
'BM--tf . Dalles, Oregon.. '
TN THR MA1TER OP THE ESTATE OF JAMES
ft';UiVLPc"l,,"l,, "leu .my account'
with tlioClerk of Wasco conntv. Notice Is h..rl.v -i -
that tli. second day f the November- term, a. d. 1865
has been nppqinted by the Court for hearing objectioni'.'
to such final account and settlement thereof, - ."
By order ot Hon.. 0. S, Deimy.JtouDtyJuilge. oc3-Jw.
Dissolution of Co-partnership.
fllAKE NOTICE, that the partnership heretofore en-
J. lstlng between T. H. Bulner and S.-Lauber; under the .
fli ni nwae of I. H BULGER A CO., In -the bittcheritur
business, has been dissolved. "
xiauos.uity, uct. 0. 1886. . 4n . T..II, BULGER
NOTICE. " '
OYSTERS In every .style. Private Rooms for Idf. a tub TERMS OF THE DISSOLUTION OF THB'
MOTIS.K OfKN ALL NIGHT, I waidobw,, tb.SrmT" Wl UW"