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DALLKS. ORKGON. SATURDAY, APRIL SI. 1H(5.
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TIBLISIIED EVERY HORNING,
: (MONDAY) kXOKPTSD,) BT '
E. G. tOW'SE & J. HALLOIUS,
EDITORS AND PROPltl KT0U4.
Txaxs Tmmty-flvecenU per week, payable to the carrier
per muucli, by nmil. $1; three month, (2 60; six
muntlis, ti; one year, $8. Ailvertleuioutu inserted at
, low rates. '.
Kvery description of plain and fancy Job Printing flo
uted with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per
ordsrtouny part of the country. Paynentjor Job Print
in? mailt lit madt on dtUvery oj work.
W. flt. DOM LASS,
And Dealer In
FIVE WATCHES & JEWELRY,
Main and Union Streets, Dalles.
J. 0. BALD WIN mhil-tf F.W.BALDWIN.
DIERLAM & WENTZ,
-UrlrllTO.. QLOBK IIOTKL BUILDINQ,
T jff1WWvO rtAllu.ni l..v...n liun.l .tiariat
ifrr-WOT " . : " '
kemhracintr Tables, Chairs, llureaus
B ileditand Uedsteads. Uedtlirig.Carpets
ic. etc., all ol which will bo sold at low rates, furniture
Hepaired, and Upholstering done to order. Also,ou hand
Mattresses and Pillows. SpriugBeds made to order. uul2
C. B. KQSURL.
WM. MOABUS & CO..
, Tit 0 VISION STORE,
Corner of Pirst And B Streets.
WIMT.K8ALK AND KKTAIL DEALERS In BREAD,
CRACK KR8 and Family GROCERIES.
.0rders from a distaucecarefully ailed and prompty
Ispa tohed. 1-tl
WII0IE3M.E ARB MTAIL DEALER I
Fancy & Staple, Dry Goods,
CLOTHING. BOOTS AND SHOES,
. . J1ATS ANU CAPS, AND .
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
Fire-proof 8tone Store, corner of Main and Court
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW
WILL PRACTICE IN TICK 8UPRR.UR AND CIR
cult Courts of Oregon, aud the District Court 0
Particular attention paid to the collection of claims.
O. U0.MA80N Dalles, Oku. , J. A.ODKLL.
By the Night, Week or Month,
NEXT DOOR. 10 JACKSON ENGINE 1I0U8B.
' mJtf MRS. BPRENGER.
GATES & HAFT,
Attorneys & Counsellors at Law,
, DALLES, OREGON.
13 It. A.. II. STEELE,
ACTINO ASSISTANT 8URQK0N, U. 8. A.
WALDR N BROS. DRtra STORE
7L ;'"''' " 74.
WM. DROWN WARNER. M. D
OFFICE 71 SECOND STREET, between Washington
. Ornci Hooks toll a.m.; 3 to If .;and told, r.U
O. IS. BROOKS, M. D.
vfiaoe At Dr. Craig' 13 rug Store.
DALLES, OREGON. ' '
. TO LET.
e-eriHEDESIRABLB RESIDENCE sltnsted on the Bluff,
i 1. formerly occupied by T. 11. KKLLY, Is for rent.
There are Are rooms, partly furnished: also out houses;
a good spring of cool water, together with one acre of
Ai. Mwiwn vntnmi. with a BMrnrn innr. arnnnn tne seme.
Terms raasonaoie. Apply to ltEiibi a iibbhi.
D. WM DOUTIIITT, "
: ATTORNEY AT LA W,
. i BANNOCK CITT, Idaho Territory. "
U U A U &, ii 1 Ij Si. A X i
IMPOKTZKe AND WUOUMALE
Dealers in Wines', Liquors
Miners' Hoods, itoat Stores, &c,
HAVE REMOVED TO THEIR
NW STONE BUILDING,
Second and WasUlnston Streets,
NOW IN STORK A LARGE AND COMPLETE AS
sortiucnt of the very best brands of
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Also, t lull avBurtmunt of
GROCERIES &, STAPLE GOODS.
ACoiiBtantlT receiving our giionliui direct from New
York ami Sun Krnncico, we nre aule and willing to Bel)
at a very aiuhII tulvanca on Ban Fwncinco prices. Tliey
hope by adopt iug a strictly ornct aud prompt metliod ot
doing lLuiut)6H. they will receive the patronage cf the pub
HANDLE! & Sl.VXOTT, frop'rs.
' TUI8 PnruLAB IIOUSH, OtNTBAIXT LOCATED,
Near the Steamboat Landing & Kailroad Depot,
Has been reoeutly eiilarL-od aud Improved, and will now
30 0 GUESTS.
IT WILL TtK CONDUCTF.D as heretofore, as a FIRST
CLASS HOUKK, and the patronage of the truveHnir
public is respectfully sullclte-i.
49" llagteaKe takeu to the House froe of charge. House
open ail night. '
LARGE FIRE-PR30F SAFES TO DEPOSIT VALUABLES
Dalles, Oct. 4-tf.
MAIN 8TBEET, DALLES, OBEOOIf,
THOMAS SMITH, Proprietor.
A PIRST-CLASS HOUSE.
Ill TBI CKItTBB OF BU8IK688(
Near the Steamboat and Railroad Landings
superior Accommodations for Kiirulliej and can Ac
oomraodate One Hundred and Fifty Guests.
Meals..-., 50 est. Lodging.. 60 cts.
Fir Proof Safe for deposlteof valuables. ;.
t9 House open all night. Baggage taken to the House
free of charge. THOMAS SMITH,
CO TJMBIA RIVER MINES.
A. . It . BO O T II ,
. ' WHITE BLUFFS, W. T.,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AMD OEHEBAL DEALEB II '
iii irvr, its' surrLics.
FACE AND SADDLE HORSES 70S SALE.
fTIUKlQHTS CONSIGN FD to ray care for Colvllle
Kootenal, or the Upper Columbia Mines, will re
ive prompt attention,
White Bluffs, Oct. 1st, 1864. ' oc 2tf
KKXV I III I T, GUOCGUV
. AND, ...-,.
rpHB UNDERSIGNED INFORMS HIS FRIKND8 and
L the publio generally, that he has just mtablisbed on
Main street, next door to J. Juicer, Tobacconist,
. , A NEW STORE! ,
where he keeps constantly on hand a large assortment o
selected FRUIT. Also, In store a complete stock ofcholce
GHOCtiHJKSi PROVISIONS, VUG ETA III ES. etc.
AH of which will be sold, wholesale and retail, at KB
DUCKD PRICES. Come and see and satisfy yourself.
sel3-tf . JOHN SP08ITO.
Washington Street, opposite French Oilman's, Dalles.
Has on hand a large aud well-assorted stock of
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
Frosh Ruttexr & Ktrffs, '
Received dally. 'A largo lot of CHICKENS always on
hand. FRUITS of all kinds. FRKSU. VEGETABLES
every morning. All articles warranted.
Give Me a Call, Everybody
anlgttf V. LTKDR.
M. BROWN & BRO.,
. r i WB0LEIALB ASO 1ITAIL BEAISS IB . !
FANCY AND BTAPLK j I
D !RY GOOD'S!
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, co., ;; i
Mr. M.BROWN, being a resident of BahFranchico, we
are enabled to offer great Indcemente to pnrchasera. We
respectfully Invite the publio to examine our stock txifor ,
pnronasing eisawuere. - mio-ti
Stoue Btors, north tide Main striet, Dallss.-
Democratic State Ticket.
a . FOR CONGRESS:
JAMES I. FAY,
F0U GOVERNOR: ,
JAMES K. KELLY,
., FOR SECRETARY OF STATE :
Of Multnomah. .
FOR STATE TREASURER:
JOIl. . BELL,
' Of Marlon.
FOR STATE PRINTER:
FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY FIFTH DISTRICT.
. J. II. SLATER,
N O T I O E .
THE P10NEEU STAGE COMPANY
FROM - - i
XJ TM. -A TILL -Al. ,
AFTER THE FIRST OF OCTOBER, AT TUB FOLLOW
INUHKMJUKUUATKb: To Boise City 15 Cent per pound
" Idatio City iiU "
For less amounts than one hundred pounds an addition
of Flvo Cents per pvaud will be charged.
To Holset Ity. ..... 3 Days.
To Idiiko Jlty 3 1-2 Days.
TO Owyhee, 4 Days..,
JOSEPH PINK1IAM, Atenti
Umatilla, Oct. 1. 1865. ncl8:tf.
FOltUOlSE MlNfcS iliUECT.
WALLA WALLA & BOISE LINE
, . . ' ' OF '
THE U. S. OVERLAND MAILS
' . AND .'
Wells, Fargo St Co.'s Express, ,
Is now making Regular Trips from Walla Walla to PI
eervllle, (Boise Mines.) ; ;
Through In Two and a Half Days
Connecting with the Wallula Line of Stages, and tb
Boats of the O.S.M Company. '
GEO. F. THOMAS k CO.,
ap27-tf . '. proprietor
TO TEAMSTERS AND DAIRYMEN!
- 1 AND
OF ALL KINDS, FOR SAE BY '
xt. ii. Law, '
.. i . 26 Front Street, Portland,
nl9:tf. ' Opposite O. 8. N. Warehonse.
And all kinds of Machinery ,
. Manufactured at the
OREGON IRON WORKS
CORNER OF MORRISON and TTU streets,
' , A.. 0. GIBBS A CO.,
Portland, See. 6tb'M. deflrf . L. Jouss Co.
' NEW STONE STORE, WASHINGTON STREET.
TUB UNDERSIGNED would respectfully announce
that he will open a first-class Saloon in'Frmick A
Oilman's New Stone Bnlldlng, THIS EVENING, and u
prepared' to serve customers ith the best of . .
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
.?. , ALSO, A .,, . . ; .
' ' " , ; E R E E . LUNCH ,
Avery day and Evenlnj.
, c28t ' . . '30HK RIXDLAVB.
Umatilla, 13 o i s e,
ANU IDAHO :
Express and Fast Freight Line.
THIS LINE IS NOW IN COMPLETE RUNNING
order from Umatilla to Idaho City, via Boise City.
and prepared to carry crelgnt and Valuable racKages
between these and all intermediate points with certainty .
and despatch. . - .
the country affords and entirely .
Which ensures Speed and Safoty In the transmission of
Freight, never before offered to Idaho. We offer Supe
rior inducements fur Shippiuc Goods from San Francisco
and Portland to Idaho, as our arranpemonts with tit
Ocean Steamship Company and the Oregon Steam Navi
gation are such that all Goods shipped by this Line will,
... lu. ...1.1.. tn,h n.i..l lUl.v. !... .....a .1. n.
; 'Fast Xrireifijlit. , , j .
Goods shipped from San Francisco to our care at Port
land. Charuea will be naid and Goods shinned to destina
tion, i , ,, ..-;',
GOODS SHOULD BE MARKED: CARS B. M. D. A
CO., F. LINE, and Shipping Kecelpts sent to our Agents
at Portland and Umatilla. , .
Advance Charges for Transportation Paid
by the Line and Collected at Destination. Goods will be
forwarded with Dispatch to owyhee and South Boise.
PASSENGERS CARRIED AT GREATLY REDUCED
RATES. Families will be flirnished with Superior Ac
commodations In New and Easy Hiding Thorough Brace
Wagons on the Most Liberal Terms, We lay over eacn
night on the Road at Good and Convenient Stations, so
that passengers will not be deprived of regular rest.
' ' AGlONTHi -
RICHARDS A McCHAKKN ........Ban Francises
RICHARDS A McCRAKEN Portland
JOSEPH TEAL Dalle
1. B. WILKI.SBON .....Lerau
U. M. DUKKLL A CO..-...,.. ..................iolM City
B. M. DultELL A CO. Idaho City
MAJOR 8PEER Jtocky Bar (South Boisel
DuRELL A MOOKJS... Ruly and Silver Cities
B. M. DuttELl. ot CO.,
A CARD FOR THE
Fall & Winter Clothing Trade
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
BADGER & LINDENBERGER,
Cor. Merohant, San Franelseo. ..(.
Importers and. Wholesale Dealers.
ENTIBE NEW AND FEESH STOCK
We wuulu ualu aitewtiun or oonntry Mer.
chants to our usually large stock of Goods. Our
stock comprises every article In the Clothlns: and Vnr.
nlshing line. We have constantly on hand the largest
and greatest variety of Cassimera and Wool HATS ot
any nunse In Ban Francisco, and our prii es, for these
Goods are less than those of any house, as we receive
them direot from the manufacturer's consignment Our
stock of Summer and Fall tioops Is particularly attract
ive, and the great feature to the country merchant it the
unusually low prices. ; ,
Less Than tne Cost of Importation I
We also keep the STAPLE ARTICLES In the Dry Good
line, which Goods we have purchased In this market un
der the hammer, and are ottering them at New Yuik
Cost, and less. i .' ..
We nublish this card In order that . at. mak. m.
acquaintances, and induce those who have not heretofore
purchased of ns, to call and examine our stock., it
Good Articles and Low Prices!
Are the greatest Inducements to all Who purchase te
sell again. Merchants who buy of us can make a good
profit, and eell to their customers at low figure. We
remain, respectfully, i . , ........... .
-, Your Obedient servants, ' '.''' ,'
DAVUAft a UdUfiSDRHUEH,
WV-1 ... ... ... . . . .1
tt uuioMtie blowing ana iiat narenouse, -.
. Noe.l, 418 and 116 Battery street.
Son Francisco, February t, 1864. ft-8mv.
MRS. LEESER'8 .. ,
TRENCH miLLINEBT ST0EE,
AND . V ' . ;
Drens MnUlnsr KatnhliBhinnnt.'
Opposlts) Cohn A, Behm't, ,
1wuui.u vjALLt Tut siiEniiun 01 rue uuuet 0
the Dalles to my larye and One stock of , .,
BONNETS, II ATS , FEATHERS,
tr..i ,t Hte ,i.niM.f una nisv t'
Dress Making apartment, Wc 'Will do all work in that line
and guarantee perfect satisfaction. , ; ..-'
if xxnu aone in an colors.
Give me an early call and t will endeavor to Suit
everybody In TASTE add at REASONABLE PRICES.
'Particular attention 1ald to
Embroidery nd Braiding Stamping,' V
tw. n . V . W,a . n..umnu Aw .ii . I. wm.
WKUAbuiuB jiiianiion ur llljs l-uni.iute
the fact, that we have concluded to live np bus
iness and there.ore.all parties indebted to usMOSTPAY
CP WITHIN NINETY DAYS or legal proceedings wll
be had. , , M. BROWN A BRO.
DaUes, March 10, 1844, , . Ut