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DALLES, OH! GOIV. Tt7EHlA Y. .A tTir. 4, 1866.
PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING,
(MONDAYS CXOkPTBD,) BT
E. O. COn AG & J. IIALLORAN,
B01TOKS AMD PU0PBI9Ra.
Terks ftoenty-Aee cent$ per weeksipayaryle to the carrier
per month, by malt, SI; three months, M60; six
mouths, $6; oue yeatvle. Advertlsemente inserted at
low rata. ' . '
Every description of plain and nracy Job Printing eze
uted with neatness and despatch 'and forwarded as per
order to any part of the country. 'Payment Jor Job Print
ing mutt 6 made on delivery q trbrfc.
And Dealer In
FI X E WATCHES . 2EWELRY,
Main and Union Streets, Dalles.
J. 0. BALDWIN mh21-tf F. W BALDWIN.
DIERE.A3X So WENTZ,
cqKHITlfj. GLOBE HOTEL BUILDING,
mSWOTSS n.lla. ha V. nn h.ittl . v.rl.f w
J I , j
embracing Table, Chain, Bureaus
Beds and Bedsteads. Bedding, Carpets
etc., etc, all of which will be sold at low rates. Furniture
Repaired, and Upholstering none to order. Also, on nana
'Mattresses and Pillows. Spring Beds Made to order. auU
0. B. KUQI.L.
WM. MOABUS &-CO.,
Corner of First and B Streets.
MTllOLESALH AND RETAIL DHALBR8 In BREAD,
V V CKAOKEKB and Family GROCERIES. '
- 30rdersfrom a disUnce carefully filled and prompty
WHOtaSilJI AID MTAIL DtALIA lit
Fancy & Staple Dry Goods,
CLOTHING. BOOT8 AND SHOES,
HATS ANU CAPS, AND
Gentlemen's Furnishing Good
Fire-proof Stone Store, comet of Main and Court
ntreets. .' ' oc-tl
IllLVlASON & ODEI.L,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW
WILL PRACTICE IN TUB SUPREME AND CIR
cuitOeurtsof Oregon, and the District Courts o
Particular attention paid to the collection of claims.
0. HUMASON Dalles, Oun. J. A. UDELL.
TO LET, :';
By the Night, Week or Month,
NEXT DOOR 10 JACKSON ENGINE HOUSE. ,
m2tf MRS. SPRBNOER.
, . H.SAUI. a. a. RAIT.
- GATES So HAFT,
Attorneys & Counsellors at Law,
DR. A- II. STEELE,
ACTING A8SISTANT BURGEON, U. 8. A.
. . 0IFI0IAT
WALDR N BROS. DRUG STORE
74. . 74.
1 , WM. BROWN WARNER. M. D.
OFFICE T4 8BC0ND STREET, between Washington
U4 Court. ". ..,
Orrroi IIodbs 9 toU. A. si.; Ho if M.j and 6 to 10, r.
C. li. BROOKS, M. X.
Office-At Dr. Crnia'a Urttfli Store.
.' DALLES, dBBOON. . :
THE DESIRABLE RESIDENCE slt'nsteit d'n the Bluff,
formerly ocoupted by T. B. KKLLY, Is for rent.
There are Ave rooms, partly furnished; also out houses;
a irood xprinft; of cool water, together with one acre of
rich garden ground, with a secure fence around the same.
Terms reasonable. Apply to , KELLY A DENNY.
; i. wra BouTniTT, ;
ATTORNEY AX la AW,
; . BAKKOCK CIXT, Idaho Territory. ! .
i' U U l J U aV in 1 L M A nk
IMPOkTKHS AXD WnolSBALl
Dealers in Wines, Liquors
Miners' Cootls, iloat Stores, &.C..
HAVS RSHOTID TO TBI1B
NtW STONE BUILDING,
Second and Washington Streets,
NOW IN 8T0HE A LA ltd K AND COMPLETE AS
sortmcnt of the very best brands of
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Also, a lull assortment of i
GROCERIES & STAPLE GOODS.
J- Constantly receiving our supplies direct from New
York and San 'Francisco, we are able and willing to sell
at a very small advance on San Francisco prices. They
hope by adopting a strictly sorrect and prompt method ol
doing bnsiness, they will receive the patronage cf the pub
uANDLEY &SliOTT, I'rop'rs.
THIS POPULAR H0U8I, OsKTRAUT LOOATID,
Near the Steamboat Landing & Eailroad Depot,
Una been recently enlarged and improved, and will now
IT WILL BE CONDUCTED as heretofore, as a FIRST
CLASS HOUriE, and the patronage of the traveling
public is respectfully solicited.
Baggage taken to the House free of charge. House
opeu all night.
LARGE FIRE-PROOF SAFES TO DEPOSIT VALUABLES
Dalles, Oct. 4-tf.
St AIM 8IRSST, BilltS, ORtOOIt,
THOMAS SMITH, Proprietor.
A FIRST-CLASS HOUSE.
IN TH1 OINTRI OP BUSINESS,
Near the Steamboat and Railroad Landings'
Superior Accommodations for Families and can Ao
commodate Oue Hundred aud Fifty Quests.
Meals 50 est. Lodging 80 eta.
Fire Proof Safe for depositeof valuables.
nouse open all night. Baggage taken to the Home
free of charge. THOMAS SMITH,
mh8-tf , . Proprietor.
CD UMBIA RIVER MINES.
.A.. It. 13 O OTII,
WHITE BLUFFS, W. T.,
, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND OtNIEAL DliJ.IR IN
FACE AND SADDLE H0E3E3 FOE SALU.
K FREIGHTS CONSIGNED to my care for Colvllle
Kootenai, or the Upper Columbia Mines, will re
ceive prompt attention.
White Bluffs, Oct. 1st, 1884. ' '" "' oc.2tf
ALU ria;iT, guocei&y
PROVISION 1 STORE.
rPHE UNDERSIONED INFORMS HIS FRIENDS and
I the publio generally, that he has jint established on
Main street, next door to J. Juker, Tobacconist, -
A NEW STORE I
where he keeps constantly on hand a large assortment o
selected FHU1T. Also, In store a oomplete stock ofcholce
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, VEGETABLES, ta.
All of which will he sold, wholesale and retail, at HE
DUOKD PRICES. Come and see and satisfy yourself.
selo-tf JOHN PP0S1T0.
' ' : " AND . "
WashlAgton Street, opposite French ft Oilman's, Dalles.
Has on hand a large aud well-assorted stock of
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
iVesls. Buttei4 Si, Egrgrs,
Received dally. A large lot of CHICKENS always on
hand. FRUITS of all kinds. FRESH VEGETABLES
every morning. All articles warranted. '
Give Me a Call, Everybody
M. BROWN & BRO.,
WBOUSALB AMD BITAIt tIAUU I . ' '
' FANCY AND STAPLE
. dROCERIES, PROVISxONS, &o.
Mr. l, BROWN, being a resident of San Francisco, we
are etyoibled to ofler great Indoementa to purchasers. We
reapActfnlly Invite the publio to examine our stock befor
nnrchasing elsewhere. , ml6-ti
T Stoat Store) north side Main ltrsst, D'alUs.-S
Democratic State Ticket.
JAMES II. FAY,
Of Jackson. '
JAMES K. KELLY,
FOR 8ECRETARY OF STATE 1
FOR 8TATB TREASURER i
JOHN C. BELL,
FOR BTATE PRINTER t
FOR PROSECUTINO ATTORNEY FIFTH DISTRICT
J. II. SLATER,
Of Union. '
THE P10NEEII STAGE COMPANY
AFTER TUB FIRST OF OCTOBER, AT THE FOLLOW
ING REDUCED RATBbt
To Bolae City IS Cents per pound
Idaho City....- DO "
Owyhee 40 .
For less amounts than one hundred pounds an addition
of Five Cents per poaud will be oharged.
TIM iC FROM UMATILLA s
To Boise City,.. ....3 Days.
To Idaho City 3 1-2 Days.
TO Owyhee, 4 Days.
JOSEPH PINKUAM, Aient.
Jt'OitilUlSE MIAIEB DIUEC'A.
WALLA WALLA & BOISE LINE
CARRYING ' '
THE U. S. OVERLAND MAILS
; AND .
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express,
Is now making Regular Trips from Walla Walla to PI
eerville, (Boise Mines.)
Through In Two and a Hair Days
Connecting with the Wallula Line of Btages. and th
Boats of the 0. 8. N. Company.
GEO. I. THOMAS CO.,
TO TEAMSTERS AND DAIRYMEN!
FEED! FEED II
OF ALL KINDS, FOR SAl B x
II. H. LAW,
it Front Street, Portland,
nI9:tf. v ' , Opposite 0. 8. N. WArrhonse.
aUAKTZ MILLS !
And all kinds of Machinery
' ' Manufactured at the
OREGON IRON WORKS
CORNER OF MORRISON and 7TH streets,
-A.. 0. 0IBB8 A CO.,
. v Successora to
Portland, Dec. 8th TI4. de8tf B. L. Jonas A Co.
: NEW BTONE STORE, WASHINGTON BTREET.
THB UNDERStQNED would respeotfully announce
that he will open a flrst-olass Saloon in French A
Oilman's New Stone Bnllding, THIS EVENING, and is
prepared to serve cuitomers with the bast of ,
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
' , Also, a .:
' "' EREE LUNCH '
very day and ivenltaf. ' . . ' V
ecffltt , . aoun RinotAVB.
Express and Fast Freight Line.
THI8 LINE IS NOW IN COMPLETE RUNNING
order from Umatilla to Idaho City, via Boise City ,
and prepared to carry Freight and Valuable Packages
between these and all Intermediate points with certainty
and despatch. - , (
Tbe Line la Stocked with the Beat Teams
the country affcrda and entirely
Which ensures Speed and Safety in the transmission of
Freight, never before ottered to Idaho. We oiler Supe
rior inducements for Snipping Goods from San Francisco
and Portland to Idaho, as our arrangements With the
Ocean Steamship Company and the Oregon Steam Navi
gation are such that all Goods shipped by this Line will
not be subject to the usual delays, but pass through as
. Fast Freift-lit. '
Ooods shipped from San Francisco to our care at Port'
land, Charges will he paid and Ooods shipped to destina
tion. GOODS SHOULD BE MARKED: CARS B. M. D.
CO., F. LINE, and Shipping Receipts sent to our Agents
at Portland and Umatilla.
Advance Charges for Transportation Paid
by the Line and Collected at Destination. Ooods will lie
forwarded with Dispatch to oyhae and South Boise.
PASSEN0ER8 CARRIED AT GREATLY REDUCED
RATE& Families will be rurnished with Superior Ac-'
commodations in New snd Easy Riding Thorough Brace
Wagons on the Most Liberal Terms, We lay over eacn
ntglit on the Road at Good and Convenient Stations, so 1
thut passenger will not be deprived of regular test.
RICHARDS McCltAKKN. San Francisco
RICHARDS A McCRAlvEN.i ... Portland
JOSEPH TEAL ...,...,... Dalles
POWELL t C"E ... Umatilla
J. B. WILKINSON L Grand
B. M. DullHI.L A CO ,... .Bnl.e City
B. M. DuRELL k CO.... ...Idaho City
MAJOR BPEEK..., i mJiocky Bat (South Boise)
DuRELL A AlOORE...-...,.uu...M..Uuly And Sliver Cities
B. M. DnUELL CO., , -n25tf
A CARD FOR THE
Fall & Winter Clothing Trade
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
BADGER & UNDENBERGER,
Hoi. 411, 413 and 4iS Battery Street,
. Cor. Mercbaut, Bam Francisco. -
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
ENTIBE NEW AND FRESH STOCKl "
WE WOULD CALL ATTENTION o'f Country Mer-',
chants to our usually large stock of Goods. Our
stock comprises every article In the Clothing and Fur
nlshing line. We have constantly on hand the largest
and greatest variety of Caeslmera and Wool HATS ot
any house In San Francisco, and onr prices for these
Goodi are leas than those or any house, as v. receive
them direct from tbe manufacturer's Consignment Our
stock of Summer aud Fall Goopi Is particularly attract
Ive, and the great feature to the country merchant Is th
Unusually low prices.
Less than the Cost of Importation!
We also keep the STAPLE ARTICLES lb the Dry Ooods
line, which Goods We have purchased In this market nn
dor the hammer, and are oflerlng them at New Yoi k
Cost, and less. ... , ,
We publish this caVd h order that we may make new
acquaintances, and Induce those who have not heretofore
purchased of ns, to call and examine our stock.
Good Articles and Low Prices!
Are the greatest Inducements to ell who purchase to
sell again. Merchants who buy of ul can make a good '
profit, and sell to their customers at a low figure. , We
Your Obedient servants, ' ,'
BADGER k LINDBNBERGER,
Wholesale Clothing and Hat Warehouse,
Nos. 411, 413 and 116 Battery street)
Son Francisco, February 9, 1S06. . fa-3mw.
MRS. LEES ER'S '.
FRENCH MILLINER? SfcORE,
' . ; . .. AND . i ; " , '
Dress Making festabllshmettt, .
Opposite Cohn eV Donitt'e, ' '
IW0tJLD CALL THE ATTENTION of the Ladles 0
the Dalles to my large and one stock of
BONNETS, HiTSj FEATHERS,
' Drbss Trlinmlncat Wfeb,
Havlnr secured the services of MRS. FRARY. in the
Dress staking apatthieut, wc will do all work in that line
and guarantee perfect satisfaction.
DYING done in all colors, ,'':'
Give iha an Mrlvi.ll itnil T will M'aVk tk.Utl
everybody In TASTE and' at REASONABLE PRICES.
m Brfcivuiw ..euiun paiu to
Embroidery and Braiding Stamping1. -
. NOTICE. - v- v
WX CALt TltS ATTENTION OF Tn PUBUO id
the fact, tliat we have eoncluded to give hp.hns
Iness and there.ore.all parUes Indebted to na MUST PAY
CP WITHIN SLNEIY DAYS or legal peocewlings wlU
b4rS5fi..a,a ,.ak,.V'....-'M)W.. BRO. ,
eVeuivai Minis V. , j ' BlJU'tj