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' ; roxpiun raoa tui oauonuN.
I DATKS TO APUIL .
New York, April 21. Paul Atzoft, com
missioner of Russia to tbe Western Union
Telegraph Company, arrived in tbe steamer
I'trtxa aud will proceed to Sin Francisco by
tbe s earner of tbe first of May, there to join
bu kloy's expedition.
Dr. Kissel, deputy health officer, reports
that the steamship Virginia, Capt. Powers,
culled from Liverpool April 4th, and arrlvid
in the lower bay April 18tb. No sickness
appeared on board until April 13th. Three
deaths occurred on the 14th, seven on the
15th, four on the 16th, eight on the 17ih,
seven on the 18th, and seventeen on the
19th ; total, 40 ; of these, 44 were I'eerage
passenger., two were of tbe crew : 20 pas
conger aro sick ot the cholera J four are bad
.' cases. The sick are being received on tbe
. floatiag hospital steamer at the quarantine.
New York, April 22. It is said the cholera
is increasing on tbev steamer Virginia, at a
fearful rate, thirty-three new cases having
Cincinnati, April 21 There has been three
deaths by the Asiatic cholera thus far, In
tins city.. Responsible physicians have de
blared these cases to be of this iearful epi
demic. . ,, ,
Chicago, April 22. The Reconstruction
committee will report this week the follow
ing important proposition : . ,
Section I, Thxt the constitution be amend
ed so as to provide that alter ibe 4th of July,
1876, the e shall be no discrimination in race
or color In the elective franchise in any
Sko. 2. That until the 4th of March, 1877,
representation shall be apportioned on tbe
iiasis of legal voters, and after that period,
uy population as now.
Sko 3. That from and after the adoption
. of this amendment, there shall not be any
discrimination in civil rights
Sbo. 4. That nq obligation incurred by the
rebellion for slaves emancipated, ever be
paid by the Uni ed States or any State.
To this is attached an enabling act to the
effect that Southern States may be admitted
. in no way excepting on these terms, provid
, ed their Senators and Representatives can
take the test' oath. It further recommends
Congiess to pass a law, that those who were
members of Congress or the Cabinet In I860
nd afterwards took part in tbe rebellion
shall not be eligible to July 4tb, 1875
New York, April 23. The Tribune' corres
pondent says the reconstruction committee
have not fully agreed on their report, al
though it is believed it will be substantially
, as indicated in a previous dispatch. There
is no doubt, however, but that a final com
prehensive plan will be embodied for careful
action by Congress. It is probable the re
port will be accompanied by a bill or joint
resolution malting it Impossible for the po
litical power or toe soutu to be controlled
. by those who were in active rebellion.
Chicago, April 20. The testimonv of A. II
' Stephens before the reconstrnction commit
tee fii 8 nearly a page of the New York na
pers and provokes most decided comment.
The Timet snys : True, Stephens says that
uis opinions ana tbe opinions of tbe South
generally on the abstract question of State
sovereignty have not undergone much
change. Why Bhould they ? The sword can
not cat down opinions, though It prevents
tueir application, it is enough for the pres
ent purpose and for the country that the
suojeci emerges irom tne struggle convinced
1 that its interests are to be found in hearty
' and unwavering acknowledgment of the
. Union society, adopting its relations to the
. changes by the abolition of slavery, and on
thftAA nntnta WA nnnalriAl StDnkana' arniul.
I . M.U.UVUS V.IVEI
tion satisfactory. Not-lean we trace any in
berent hostility to the negro in other than
civil relations. Individually Stephens is rc
ported to have said, I should not be opposed
Wm p . W If u 1 PlOVUUI VI VAH.UUIUU Ot IltUliOU
proper system or extending
Br,uffragJe!?!thisucia8S ,f,our p?platio-r
Beyoad this, what could we of New Tcork
. Hsk? He is averse, moreover, to any action
upon the subject except by the Southern
States tnemselves. In my judgment, it is a
matter tbat belongs as constitutional right
to the States to regulate exclusively each
for itself. Is there anything damaging to the
South then, in Stephens' declaration that it
will not yield to negro suffrage or other
amendments to the constitution as coodi'
tinns precedent to re-admission to Congress.
' We think not. - Stephens says : They, the
people, think tbey have done everything
tbat was essential and proper, and my mag-
rasnt is that tbey would not be willing to do-
. anything further as a condition precedent.
They would simply remain qutetana passive
The Times concludes in these sentences:
- Should the North continue to insist upon
. Conditions whirh excludes the South from'
' Coneress tbe Southern States would then,
nays Stephens, present themselves as willing
' for immediate Union nndcr the constitution,
while the Northern States woulil be opposed
to it. The former di unionists would there
by become Unionists, and fornv-r Unionists
' changed to practical disunionists. Tbe prac
tical dilemma Is worth thinking about.
: . San Franciv April 23, A French wat Vt
se) bad arrived at Acapulco with' full ronfir- I
nation of too' reported deteat .of the French
at Mazatlan, March 22. TheFrencb admit the
loss of two pieoea. The Mexicans claim the
captnre of four. Corola got iu tbe rear and
demanded the capitulation of the entire lorce
before opening fire. Tbe French claim tbe
greatest slaughter was made by two hundred
Americans under Frank Daney. Tbey sat one
American with a Henry's rifle was seen kill fif
teen f rrnchmen. ;
The Mexicans have advices tin Acapulco of
tbe defeat ot Lozada by tbe Liberals afler tbe
deteat of tbe French. Mercantile houses have
letters admitting the defeat of their forces, but
saying thin a second expedition was going out
April 1st to co-operate wiib Lozada, and tbat
be had defeated the Liberal at Acapulco.
On tbe down trip the Stephens bad a large
amount of forage for the French horses which
are starving, and other supplies; also S00
stand of anus. Corana, aware in advance of
tbe fact, sent Major Daney with a party of
Liberals across from Altola to Capo St. Lucas,
wbere tbey seized tbe steamer, took ber to
La Paz and unloaded the arms and supplies
bleu tbey shipped immediately to- Altola.
They proposed at first to confiscate tbe steam
er, arm and sail ber as a Liberal war steamer,.
but at length dismissed ber on guarantee thai
she should carry no more contraband f war
t)ibe trench. ; (
Tbe steamer Continental arrived this morn
ing ilb 94 passenger?, most women, who
came out on tbe representation aud under
care of Mercer, of Washington Territory. Im
mediately on tbe steamer being telegrapbed a
large number of people rushed dowu to the
wharf. It is said to be the intention of the
consignees to transfer the passengers to some
other steamer bound north, arnd convey them
to Olympia, Washington Territory, their or
iginal place of destination.
lSAaO F. BlOOB,
0. 8. Muua,
Bloch, Miller & Co.,
- AND DEALERS IN
Wines fc Liquors,
And Importers sod Jobbers of
Boots & Shoes,
etc., etc., etc.
MfB HAVE AN ABSAY OFFICE IN CONNECTION
with onr business, under the entire super.islon
of Mr. Miller. We make returns in Bars In six hours-
n..U Do.ta tn.r tltAA Tsnail '
VSflUlllVVIV uwmo vi"".
BLOCH. MILLER ft C)..
Cor. Main and Washington streets, Dalles.
IRON 8l STEEL.
BY TIIR PACKAQB.
TT "T, A i "-W ek aa
1 m g M m M
hi ban Jjrancisco rnces,
.i.n. -. n.... i.
Adding cost of Transportation.
CUMMINS ft GRANT,
Watchmaker and Jcnclcr,
MAIN STREET, DALLES,
TEALER IN FINE WATCHES, .IRWKI.RT,
j uuuuhb, uio rens, silver ana riarea ware, '
DiwHtcivB, tjtii'iery, so.
-riirucuinr niiencion paia co repairing- nneteiiak
Watclies, Clocks, Jewelry, eto. All Watches repaired b
me warranted ior twelve nioniiis.
N. B. All orders from the upper eountry, by Express
or obusrwiim, prompiiy aiienueu iu.
ADAME L TELLIF.lt WOULD RESI'ECTKULI.T
lya Inform the Ladies of the Dulles and vicinitv. that
she is now propaml to do all kinds of HHKMS, CLOAK,
and PALETOT making. Also, CUTTINO and Kl'lTINO
in a new and luiprorod style, never before introduced In
She will warrant to give satisfaction, and would most
respectfully solicit a liberal patronage.
In the Rooms lately oecupied by Mm. White, over
Degener's Store, on Washington street, between Second
Dalles, March tttb, 1S0 , . :. mtt,it
WALDROS BROS.r . ,
Wholesale & Retail Druggists,
Main Street, Dalles, Oregon.''
WJC NOW OCCUPY OUK NEW TWO STORY FIRE
proof 8tone building, opposite Uloch,- Millet ,
Co., and offer-to the ptiblio a Full, ami complete Mock of
Drugs, Medicines anil Chemical, eeaslstlngiu part of
LAMP WICK8 CMMNBY8
. BAOH. "
TRUSSES, SHOULDER BRACES. SUPPORTERS.
Our stock ot FAN015 0001)8 i of the finest audi Best
quality; new stylo oiid large assortments, mob ar
LUBIN'8 PERPUKIiltY, HAIR,
LUBI N'S TOILET SOAP, FLESH,
POM AUKS, . BHAVINO,
COSMETICS, ' HAT,
UAIKOILS, ' CLOTHRS,
. COLOGNE. TOOTH AND
FANCY 80AP8 AND NAILBRUSHES
TOOTH-POWDERS, AND COMBB.
PURE WINES AND UQUORS,
For Medicinal purposes
Our facilities fur baying goods- an second to none In
ins ataia, una we snnii at an tmiea sen at a small ad-
yance from oost. Hearty sales aod-stnttu pronto.
Carefully componndedat all hours of the day and night.
iMuostaepi.v, 1000. sulu-ii
Merchants, Families, HoteW and
TULIU8 KRAEMKK HAV1N0 BOUGHT THE EN.
tire block of Merchandise and Dook Acoemita of the
late Arm ol M. Seller A Co., In this olty, to which he has
added of his own Importation (while doing business in
rorue.no.) an immense stock of me best manufactured
Plated Ware, Lamps,
Chandeliers, . Table Cutlery
All Kinds of Oils,
All of which he offers at reduced rates. Persons wlsht
Ing to bny any of the above-mentioned articles, will do
won to give me a call Deiore pnrcnasing elsewhere.
Orders from- the Interior promptly attended to, and'
gooas pneaea to go secure, von t inn to call on me.
Rudiya Stone 1
i Unllulug, Washington streen Dalles.
Dalles. March lTth. 1808. mhmf
ONE HUNDRED MILES SAVED
BY WAY OF
THE SHORTEST AND SAFEST ROAD
For Land Travel.
Distance from Dalles to White BIulTs 100 miles
', White Dluffs to Fen d'Oiellle,.....l(W -
" " to CoUrill ..170 "
Travelers by land for either of the abote Gold Fields.
wlUsavo ' ; r , .
Save Time. Distance and Money
By taking tbe White Bluffi Hood.
Wood, Water and Grass
Aro found on this Rood within easy drives '
The road is now open, and msseseei advantage! over
any other land route from the- Dallea,
lubiuuied by oruer or ,
' ' THE CITIZENS OF THE DALLE3.
Dallos. March. 20. 1866. niSOrim .
COLUMBIA BIVR MINES!
A. B. lOOTR. : ..BHT RITISOR. ,
BOOTH St NEVXSON,
Forwarding and Comratsatem Uerehanta
AND DELKUS IN OENERAT MERCHANDISE,
White I31uft't, "W. rX"
FREI&HT POR COLVILLB, UPPER COLUMBIA,
KOUTENAI and BLACKVOGT MINES nromntlv
. j . -
Mark Goods B. ft N., White Bluffs, W. T,
roRTUSD Klchsrd ft McCroken, Allea ft Lewis) and
Hodge ft Calet
Dutss Bloch, Miller ft Co,, French ft Oilman.
W. 13. DOUGLASS,
(Suecessor to William Blrnbaura.) .
" AXD BIALIR IN ' ' .
f NTITP.8THR ATTENTION OP HIS IRIKNDS AND
jl me mono turns oliolce solectlon of
New and Fashionable Goods,
Rcspoctfully soliciting their patronage.
Wches PROMPTLY and PROPERLT repaired and
niStf Nazi Ooor to the Post Oftlo.
COI, OIL! COAL OILt
WTAI.DItON BROS, have Jmt received a large in
w voice oi uu&uuiij. wmcn inev
offer at greatly
dneed rates, - , jnltf
i PRANKLIN, MARKET.
CORNER 09 SEOOND AND WASHINGTON BTREET3-
DALLES, OREO ON, , .
JL having fitted np the
atHive Murket In the BH.-B
8DY (IB, will keep constant
ly on hand all sort of
Fresn and Cnred MeatSy
Of the beat quality. Amlshed at the LOWEST RATE'
s Wy motto Is to "PLEASE ALL." .,
PABTIE8 IIAYINOi BtlPKKlOR BTOCK'fOR SALE
will do well to cnihai the Vnmklln Markrt.
Dalles, Sobruary Mth, 180J. , :,, , ...
' ' ooaaiaof " '
COCItT ,AND'8R80ND 8TRKETS, DALLES, OREGON
JOHN MICHELBACH, Prspriator.
jff consvuiiiyon nana aunns eema. a v
i tUt the market cn.poaittly
TIEH 8c CUBED HEATH,
' . andilwys of We brst quality. '
FAimtltS, HOTiElS, AND STEAMBOATS .
" supplied oareneonoble terms.. . .
Tbe undersVirieo Is alwavs nrHDared. ta na the lil.h.
eat oosh prloe ir Ir'AT CATTLE, l'artfoe Laving itm il
la good condttioa, an roijs4iatad.to rail on Mm before?
goinir eisevrnere. JOUtt MiaUKI.UACII.
vanes, JUaransuMiXW. mhbuf
NOTIC5 TO FARMERS.
TMVIK DALLES LUMBER AND MANUFACIUKIhO,
JL COMPANY has recently attaohed a
ftn.Hijilv Rlilni D. .1. ...1 T.. T I. t I.. iu. ' a
are now prepared to CHOP KEKD, UlllND WHEAT and:
CORN, and warrant to ghre the bert satlsbstiou. Or
BBBa eonstanny ana lor sale . ,
XBR FAMILY TLOVR,
SECONDS OR tHUDLINOSi i ,
BRAN AND 8U0KT8, ,
CHOP IEED, CHICKEN SEED.
Alao, a Snperlor article of CORN MEAL, from new
The highest marter pdoe paid for WIIEAT, CORN a
B.lrK, . . H. A. HOOUE, Agent.
Dalles,.No.S,188o. ,, u3tf.
-A.. G3-. BBADFORDe
IMPORTER AND JOBBER 01 " .
"Wine Sc Liquors,
Portland, - . . .. ogn.
OVFKKS F09, SALS A VERT LAK9E AS04l3
Brandies,' ''. ' . .''
Wlneftr ' .
, . Liquors . v.. -. '
Case Goodsy .
'- . &C, .. "' &C.
J- The Trod htparthralarly Invltsd to examine m.
r r ,..v ( aU .
MAIN ST., MILES, OPPOSITE EMPIRE IIGTEL,
J J AB JCST RKCEI VED Al BEAUTIPtTL STOCK OP '
SPRIKG AXD SUMMER GOODS
. Coaslstlby la part of
Fancy and Staple Dry Good
Clothing, " '
; Iloots & Shoe, '
... , ,. . '.nut fc'capgy
Whkle they offer tn eelVaS SXAU PnomS. . ,
Dalles, March 2Tthj 185. . mrZ7tf.
MONTANA! IDAHO r WASHOE
W ABB PB1TISO ' VV OCtt
OltlOlNAL SUPERIOR. BRAND OV
, GHOlfND JAVA COFFEE,
, IN DOUDLE GLAZED PAPERS,
Tb presem tta strenpth. and fllivor for the; hngth of
time reiutired tone t rwnnled to Uie above p aces.
Por sale by all the Jobbe-t, and
Plooee Steam Coflee and 8j,lce Mills,
220 Pront Street, Sow Smuclico.
AND RETAIL. -
aCIlOOZ. BOOKS, STATIONERY,
O Standard anil Miscellaneous WORKS,
Late NOVELS, MAGAZINES, PAl'KltS.i
o Ac. by every Bteamer. PoM-Offlce
Bookstore, Main street, Dalles.
Garden Seeds Tor the Mllllonv
aT-tf ' n. 3, WALDROK
I V IIS, WOOL and HIDLS.
rjrtHE mauBST cash pwcb paid for "
IFTJRS, WOOL, AND niDES,at
MeCRAKKN. MRRP.ILL A 00 .'8'
1 North Piont Street, Portland'.
Main street Dalles.
h23tf .. FREDERICK BKNZER.
ItlKTK appointed K. K. ItAPT my authorised ami
tocollset all noneys dne me, and attend to v ee.t
asu (eaerally. aStfJ . M. kijllr