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I ATTEMPT TO BRBAK CP TBB UNION
The S. F. Flag, a newspaper gen.
erallv received as the exponent of the
. " - . . . re
radical elements of tne U nion pariy 01 1
California, declares that the Uoion
party has fulfilled Us destiny, xnei
necesaitv which induced ine ung...i
Republicans to coalesce with the War I
1BAA0 F. BlOd.
C. 8. Mown, .
TUESDAY MOBSISO, JAN.
Job Smith, the originator of Mor
monism, has appeared spiritually to
the Nazarenos of St. John's Precinct.
Foet Goodwin, on the pila River jjemocracy is said to bo at an end.
in Arizona, is about the sickliest place The War Democracy would not join
int. ha TTnited States. More than one tha union organization without got-
i.if isf tha men DOsted there are cons tho m0Bt 0f the offices, and their
tinually on the sick list. rapacity is so great that tho true blue
I T I .i S. f Li v lit
Republicans are compencu w w
The infamies perpetrated in the
rv, nf th TTnion Dartv are innu
merable, and the Ropublicuns at whoso
. have, heon brouaht all
UUOU Kuvj ...... , n I
through the political irantsuuuuim v.
' mond, editor of tho New York Times.
Raymond is a non-combatant, but very
eauoy, and, sometimes libollous in his I
n 1 ;rr - I T) nAnnt.tf rtftfl TtTG
inB idwui ui u.o w.-v r- fr-m tb0 BmuleBt town
sonted to the Idaho Legislature a bill eecti 'thr0ugh the public aff tirs of
for 82,500, to reimburse tho expenses city througa the Senatorial en-
incurred in dofending tne county juu tangiom0nt in tne oiecuou m uiou
of Boise county against the Vigilantes 0f the Legislature,
, " J tion of a socossion sympathizer for the
last summer. . Supreme Judgeship, through the or-
The Third Houso of the Idaho Leg- ganization of the Legislature to the
a I -An!ilar1 VITA I hv tha Hon. I tnnlrinir of a Senatorial arrangement,
Smith. Thomas Bail, of tfailadaie is Union t Bliall
.nlnntaer trovemor of Idaho. His , BBnftPft,a(i frora the bad, and that
message is noarly as funny as that of tD0 COalition, which was intended for
Gov. Lyon. goa
' The rents of houses in the principal . end)'tue honest members of
businoss centres of the South have ao.. tha Legislature who aro incieoieu vo
. i nn ihnu. 1 .k i?or.nhlip.ans for thoir prominence,
Tri UanU Nashvi,,e and are 'appealed to for the prevention of
. Memnhisare the most prosperous of row . ?4nharntttoi-ial tricksters,
v.f thrn nUioa since peaoe has been . .. ieaders of factions, and vil
4uioK hiinous money jobbers, intend to get
... ",; of the State, and
V "oThb paper mail is sometimes one k Dontr0 0f every intoreBt,
,. v fcnnHrfiddavs in coming overland from .. oiri nf wriiin, ia very much
I .. , .. on.:- "V '
rJ-California to The emporium
Blocli, Mler & Co.,
, AIiD DEALERS IS
-Wines & Lienors,
And import. and Jobber, of
..,.. is rnNNECTlON
B HAVE AN AM" ii,",
,lih our bwlnm, """" ,,. Blx .r
; o nnvnnient nraotice of
v riooo " .
xnn tractors, which consistsin
. auv " " -
r- bringing tne nenviotmg'j:'"-
(V'-N everitirW'4:The Lower Bridge
jA-stCISo Des Chutes was carried away
t1 Vy a Bulden riso oi the water, one day
Ja k 148,1 Wflek. The catastrophe was
caused by the sudden rise of water,
caused by heavy rains on the head of
the river. Tho loss must reach pretty
v well up in the thousands, but we have
no means of fixing it with any degree
The Snow. The heavy fall of snow
has stopped travel on the railroad
from this place to Celllo. Three loco
motives have beon employed rn trying
to open the track, but one day'a work
demonstrated that they could not
elear it for a quarter of a mile. A
large number of men are employed in
clearing- it off, and before they suo
eeed in doing it, the Chinook wind is
likely to come to their assistance.
The BaoAPE o Stevens. The Dub.
Kn Evening Maif says r When the es
cape of Stevens, tho Head Centre.of
. the Fenian Brotherhood for Ireland,
was discovered, a duplicate key was
found in the lock of the cell in which
was confined, which locks six other
doors, leading from corridor to corri
dor. It had been opened with a pass
, key. The tables of the dining hall
- kad been removed to the garden and
placed against the wall, so as to afford
an, easy ascent to the summit. Who
ever did this must bave been thori
eughiy acquainted with the top of the
prison and its vioinity, as immediately
outside the wall,. and corresponding
, to a nicety with the spot at which the
' tables had been plaood,1 stands a tree
v affording the best means of descent.
nraoticed nowadays, and if it is per
sisted in, it requires no prophetic gif
J TO give into the hands of the
Democracy the control of public affairs
ont ne racifio Coast. It is not reason
able to believe that the originators of
A li. t t t . .
mis ecnerae ior the re-organization of
tue itopublican party, are blind to tb
fact that division is defeat; and, from
thence, we deduce the conclusion
that, with this object iu view,certai
parties are working for the disintegra
tnn T tW. TT! . ... .
v wo uuiuu party, who a view
to find their reward in the success of
friends who are in the Democrati
ranks, and always on band for a rever
biob of the spoils. In this State, for
instance, we can see that by the mat
feasance of a publio officer, a degree
of odium attaches to the XJuion party.
This publio officer has a friend who
has boon fuithful among the faithless
in the Democratic ranks. Ha. stand
ing ready to catch the drippings of
iuu Bouumwy, is a enronio candidate
ior tne same offloe now filled by his
uuiuu inonuj ana wnen the barmo
aious Domonraev trie n t. in AnnvAndAn
this unterrifiod individual can promise
them that, if ho is placed on their
ticnet for the offloe in Question, his-
iriend in toe Union ranks wilt do all
in bis power to render Unionism ob
noxious to the publio sontiment..
Without asserting thore ia any snob
suuoino bmuos in wego tbero are
indications that some such game is to
be played on this coast ia the eleotion
next year. -
, Nothing but destruction can follow
irom such a course. The Democracy
aro cortainlp united they have their
voters in nana, ana there is a wide1
spread: belief amongst them of ultU
mate triumph. In this state of affairs;
the Union party will need alt its vntnrn
in every political community on tho
Faoifio side.- The Republican party
ro-urgauiEou - win - not una enonxrh
I wwo iu pun i in vuo majority.
The President and His Politics.
According to the New York Tribune,
the President informed Dean Kich
mond, before the Now York election,
that be should in no wise interfere
with Now York politics j that he con.
sidored himself pledged to no party,
and that only those who approved oi
his presout policy could be regarded
as his friends. Bo further stated tuai
the policy of reconstruction which ho
is now pursuing is not an expenmont,
but the settled course which be nas
determined to carry out without ref1
erence to the wishes of any party.
Thh citizens of The Emporium r moring
to increase the fund, designed to construct
(be waeon road from Pea d'Oreilla Lake to
the Jocko Reservation.
Floub is worth $30 a hundred in Owyhee
If r . William Illrnbaum respectfully In
fonu'i his patrons, and more particularly the ladies of
tliisi cltjaud vicinity, that be will sell at private sale,
K auction prices, at his store on Main street, the lial
aim uf hia splendid stock of Watches, Diamonds, Jew.
elry ond Vancv Uouds. As this will be the last opportu
uity to purchase, the ladles and the publio are invited
ofMr.Miller. w '".""-- .;.. ,i
MoiS . w m
Cash Price for Gold Dust. mUXEW OX,
mjM ror. Main and Washington streete, Dalles.
Oregon Steam Navigation Co.
mm- n m
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ON AND AriKK iuuj, b..jix... ...
a ltVi atrAmera
TOR UMATILLA & WALLTJLA
WIU tTart from the B. K. DEPOT
r.j....ia. and Fridayii
nonaayif r Buv. -
4iU0 A. M. .IIuettP1,.yna
. mn l lirttt
" 0 N 15 0 M 1 A " ur "iu
Wasco Lodge, Mo. 15, F. A. A. A. M.
Holds Its stated Communications on the First and Third
Saturdays of each month, at their hall, in Dalles City.
Brethren In good standine are invited to attend.
6" I Pops, Bec'y. By order of the W. M.
Columbia Lodge, No. 0,' I. O. O. P.
Meets every Friday evening at t o'clock, In dates'
Uall, corner of Second and Court Streets. Brothers in
good standing are invited to attend. By order. N. Q.
Pi-Irate Residence For Sale
NICE ItKSlDKNCB, located in the best part
X town, will bo sold cheap FOR CA.XII. Inniiir at
rivr J Mi'MII.TY...
Will leave DALLES, DA,ILX' TAnK'MLTtOAD.
o'clock, a. Hcoiiuectiuk by the CASCADE BAlLKOAlr
with the steamer ,
NEW WORLD" Of " CASUALS,
riAPT. 3. WOLF t,onunnnua
ft,, Portland. W. B.BBAuru. ,
Dalles, Nov. lis, moo. idi-wi
. B. BBADFOHBj,
Ageut O.S.N. Co.
SELLING O IP IP
FOR THIRTY DAY'S LONGER IT,
LAST CTIVTVCE I
MKSSPS. COIIN t B01IM would hereby rnform
their customers and the pnblic at lnrge, that they
will coutiuue to sell AT COST, i'ur thirty days longer In
order to give one a chanre to make presents for the)
Holidays. We will sell the balance of our stock, con
111. h Black Silks, Gents' Cloaks,
Blch Poplins, - Beaver. Coats,
Clonks, . Drees Coats,
Dry Goods, Kntbrolderies,
lists Caps, Boots 6UuoA
Ac, Ac, c, Ac,
AT SAN FRANCISCO COST,
Without Freight and Expanses.
This will be the last chance to get bargains, prior to
closing the concern. COHN VOUM.
N.B.-A11 Bills must be paid by th First of January
1868. If sot settled within that time, 'ie same will b
placed In legal bands. deMt
the Store of
T. A.. FORBES'
FAMILY GROCERY, FRUIT
CORNER OF WASHINGTON SECOND STREETS.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND the choicest articles of
FKE3I1 UUTTKR, EClUS.and every variety of
NUTS, CANDIES, $c,
Wholesale and Retail, at Reduced Price FOR CASH.
Also, dealer in
GRAIN, FLOUR AND) FEED,
of all kinds, and will do a w
General Commission Business.
No chargos for Rtorage on Goods sold on Commlsion.
Proceeds of Sales remit od promptly. . JaMIT
O';0'; MoLEAN A DAVID DOUNINO, In the
. i'TL-1?1!;11' ' thl' "'"olved by mutual con
sent, David Dornlng having sold out his Interest to Geo.
IfJfV U aloue autnorlaed. to transact any busl
ness In the nnne of said house. o. MoLEAN
Dalles, JM1;y. 12, lgoa. D. DOMNO
TO TEAMSTERS AND. DAIRYMEN 1
PEED t FEEDIl
- i. AND
OF ALL.KINDS, FORSAB BY ,
It. It. LAW,
' 10, " "S Front Street, Portland,
"1Wt ..;; Opposite O. S. r'werehous..
MILLINERY AND DRESS-MAKINU.
MISS O-ROURK E DESIRES TO INFORM tha
Ladies of Dalles and viclnitv. tl,t .1..
has Just received a Iresh. supply of
DRESS TRIlHMinatt o
8TAMPINO for Embroidery ano diujiu..
done at short notice. 1IONNKTS Bleached and Press!
in the latest style, A large assortment of .
Children's Readr-Made Clothing;
Constantly on hand: Having eecared th services of
First 1 ' UlH. T) r h . AtnlxAW T. m.m. .....-..- . .. . , . .
Ladles' and Children's DRESSES and CLOAKS.
T1IXRD SXRKET, one square east of tb Cath'ft.
TOYS! T0YS!T0YS! TOYS I
FOR TOYS ANO FANCY GOODS
For the Holidays, we recommend all dealers In thai '
line to the BABKET AND TOY EMPORIUM of ,
.., . TUUMACKR A ZVIN, '
. " and Stti Bakery 8treet,.
ni'g-8nt' , bn Franclson,
WHOIUAUI AND K1TAIL BIAUB IH
Fancy & Staple Dry Goods, "
CLOTHINC. BOOTS AND SHOES "
j 11A.TS anu caps,, Ins
Cientlemen'g Farnlsltlnir Ga
j ...... . , i oc4-tf.
i Attorneys-at-l.n w. .
1 OFFICES Idaho City, Boise 0,n T .
wyhe County, 1. T ..." ""yi I. Cnby Ctt
Coal OI1C Coal Oil I "
TVBT RECEITED AND FOB SALE V ;
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