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Vy ; , KASTKltN . ISTO V S.
Vaahington,' April 24. Among tlip docii
Ttienu sfiut to tli HuDsa . to-dy on, Mexican
iffira U the followinff Ititereslimg diploma"
. ic cprrpsnouilcnrfi Drouyn de L' Huys inyt
France went to Mexico to eXercise the right
uf war which Is exerci.sed ty theuuited Stales,
niid not in virtue ot uny purpose otlulerven
. llou, concerning which she disagreed with the
Uulieil niU"8. France. went there not to
. prosecute hut to obtain reparations and gtinr-
' nntce, Being there, she sustain the Govenn-
tu cut which is founded ou the consent of the
jieople. y lie now wishes to recall what re
uibim of itie army at a moment When the will
be able to do it with safety to French citizens
ami due tespect fjr l.orsslfV '
' Seward replies Whatever the motives of
.invasion, the means taueo for destrouug the
.Republican institutions are regarded by the
. Unite States as wiihout authority aud con
trary to the will o( the people. Tlio military
i.-ni uid of satisfaction seem to have become
fu'iorjinatu to u political revolution for which
' France is responsible. The United States
bare seen, no iittiufiiciory evideuce that the
Merlcon people hiive occupied the so called
li upire, and the withdrawn of the French is
deemed ne'ieasnry to determine that question;
it ther -lore recognizes the ancient Republic,
mid can in no case consent to Involve itself
directly or indirectly with Maximilian,
Drouyn de L' Huys replies that it depends
.iitinn the Federal Government to facilitate
.the withdrawal. He also raises a queslioc as
lt the compatibility of nionarihial institutions
on this Continent as witness Brazil , which
H-Wiirii declines to discuss, hut reasserts our
ilesiro for the withdrawal of the French troops.
Drouyn de IVIIuys sums tip that the United
himes acknowledges the lig-ht to make war
in Mexic6t while we almitalso the principles
of. uouMiiterventiou who have not directly
'crossed the ocean merely to show our power
or to inflict chatiseinent. We hope the legit
male object of our expedition will soon be
1 entlied, aud lire striving to make arrance
ments with the Emperor Maximilian, which
by satisfying our interests and honor, wtllpor
lii it us to consider at an end the servii.es of
' our ai my upon Mexican foil. We fall back
mi that moment on the principle of non-iuler,
veniion, and from that moment, accept it as
the rule ,of our conduct.. We expect the
American people will themselves conform to
the law which they invoke, by observing, iurei
gai d to Mexico, strict neutrality. Mr. Seward
says t Diplomatic assurances given by the
President in behalf or the nation can at least
lie but expressions of confident expectations
on hiB part that the personal administration
is ever changing in conformity to the nation
al will, but he does not construe the settled
principles aud policy of the people.
With Ibis explanation, Mr. Seward says : It
is the opinion of the President that France
need not for a moment delay ber proposed
withdrawal of military forces trotn Mexico
- and putting her principle of non-Intervention
into lull practice, in regard to Mexico, through
. any apprehension thai the United States will
prove untrue to the principles and policy in
that respect, which, on their behalf, it has
been my duty to perform in this now length
Chicago, April 25. Mr. Scbenck's army
establishment bill, which is being considered
in the llou e of Representatives by sections,
' for amendment, has occupied seven days aud
and is only half through with. It diners
from the Senate bill in being more favorable
to volunteers, nod providing also for a vete
ran reservo corp", and in reducing the staff
department. The section relating to the
Provost Marshal's Bureau, as amended yes
terday, requires that it shall be closed with
in six months nfter trig pnssnge of this bill.
The House held n protracted session last
night on Pacific Umlrond matters, when the
bill in aid of the Northern Pacific Railroad
-was pressed to a rote, but the opposition
carried an adjournment. The outside press
ure for the passnge of Ibis bill Is tremendous
, Aud the struggle in the House Is earnest.
: - suaninoiiN.
Tn Justice's Court, before D. tVlillton. Justice af the
Pooro In anil for Upper Canyon City Precinct. J. C.
llordv . A, F. Askln.
ffnO A. F. ASKIN, DKFKNDANT A BOVK KAMKD:
' JL In the name nf the State of Oregon, you are sum
v.oned nd required tn be nnd appear lu th above enti
tled C nirt, within nix inautlislrmti (late heroof, then unit
' there tn answer to a civil action, ciltltlod hi above, the
complaint In which is on fllo III edid caurt j and tans no
lire. Unit If you fnll to appear unit answer, plaintiff will
tak.ti judgment against you for the sum of J&7 76. and fur
Ills coats herein. ii. C. HAItbV.
Canyon Cltv, March 20. 1S09. nplSwS
Union State Tfcket.
;; ron CONQKESS
, ; Of Marlon. .
. FOIl GOVERNOR: ' . .
.. . GEO. I.. HOODS,
sTOtt 8KCRF.TAKY OF STATE I
. s.3Im:ie. may,
FOR STATU TltKASURKItt
E. AT. COOKE,
Of Marlon. ' s
FOR STATE PRINTKR:
W. A. Mcl'IIERSOiV,
FOR PR0SKCUT1X0 ATTORNEY FIFTH DISTRICT:
C. II. MEIGS,
Orcsoii Steam Navigation Co.
IVEZ PERCE CHIEF,
Captains E. F. COE, C. C. FKLTOX, J. II. D. GRAY, ana
TII03. J. STUMP,
Will run diirlrft tlio pennon from CKLILOto UMATIL
LA. WALLULA, W1I1TB ULUFF8, l'ALOUSK and
One of thoiibova named bonta will leave CK1.IL0 for
UMATILLA and WALLULA, DAILY (Sundays excepted)
Tlio I'asiseiitrei. Train
to connect with atoamorant Celllo will start from tlio
Jliillniad Depot. DALLES CITY, at o o'eluci, A. it.
Boats will bo dl8.atchd for WHITE ULUFl'S, l'A
LOUSK and LEVt I8T0.N a often aa the necessity uf tho
trade will demand.
FOR PORTLAND TIIHOUGH IN ONE DAY.
. . OR
CAPT. J; McNULTY, Commander,
Will leave DALLES, DAILY. (Sunday" excepted) at 6
o'clock, A. M-cnmiegtlui, by tho CASCADE RAILROAD,
Wltn the Hioamem
WILSON G-. IltTNX,
CAPT. J. WOLF, .'. Commander,
fe Portland. FRANK T. DODOB,
Dalle, ApillS,186n. nl2tf AfjontO.B. w.un.
slicrin'M Sole of Ileal Estate.
TrY VIRTUE OF AN KXKfiUTlOX tsuuen by the
45 Clnrk or the County Court in and IbrOrant County.
Htiite of Oregon, In favor of F. C. Hnreley plaintiff, and
' ' iiLiilnat W. K. Ilnrnt defendant. Ibr the sum nf lour bun-
dred and fifty dollar. prlnclial. and thli tyTtliree
14-11)0 (ISIS 4'i-iuu) llolinr., Willi arcniinnconu, nu
' nt of execution, and tomodlreeted.IlmvethlalOthdny
i.f abiII. IRtiO. levied iinonuml will aollat nubile auction.
' bnfoietlieCointhoii.eilonrlnOativonClty tlie('nuittyet
ofOrant Count.y.onSATI)ltHAY.th)WII DAY OF MAY,
18.10, between the lioom of VI and t o'clock, P. H , to the
l.l,rl.t bidder for rmli In hand, tho t'ollowine dewribed
Real Katnte and yalnable Mining Ground, via : One-half
Interest in tlio chilnn formerly known a the oonrao
claims Irins In Canyon Creek, one ralf Intereat In the
certain mlninit claim, formerly known t) tho Uiiaband
A Fnllford olaiina, theeame lylne "d belnptln Canyon
creek. Two and two-thlrda intereat In nvccbilniakn.iwn
a. thea tied lnd claim, the entne Ivlnit In the flat near
ill Junction of aald Canyon creek with. John Day Itlvor.
V. ill. r. Oltlini. rimui, ,
1 ,-' CaajonCIt, Aftll l0th,H08: - I
DALLES CITY DRUG STORE.
WH0L18ALC AND RETAIL
DEALER IN DRUGS.
MEDICINES, " , i
Perfumery, Fancy Soaps,
PATENT MEDICINES, Ac
DHUOS AND PATENT MEDICINES::
DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES!!
DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES!!
WHOLES.ll.J AND RETAIL
Waaliiugton Street, between Main and Second Street
Qi MCMON Ir nMe to supply pnrtlus In want of Dmirfl,
I'lttfnt Mediclnen. Cliemicnl.s Acitlw. I'urfuumry,
ami every other urticle enumuratuj with tho
WHOLESALE DRUG BUSINESS,
At the. lowe.t market rate.
4Ttr I'hyaiciana and Merchanta Intemlini; to pnrchaae
for tiie Mlnea, will do well to irive hi m a call.
TRUSSES & SHOULDER BRACES
lb great variety. ,
8. LEMON. '
ap.3:tf. traelilnKtoti St., between Main adn Second.
FIRST STREET, between Yamhill aud Morrison.
.N t m M m Itl.irln..
3 offroin4 to4u liorao-
power.either Portable or
Stationary. Alao. CIK-
CL'LAR SAW MILLS
COMPLETE, constantly '
oiihaud. Alao. Hay Proa- ?grm
aeaof allair.es; PIihiIiik Jri fo
aiaciiinea.f oouwuriii a
pattern.) Wronjrht and
Caat Iron work fur Ver
tical Sawiind Urlst mllla:
Itrase und Iron Caatinga
WROUGHT IRON WORK
of every description. I am also prepared to furnish
Quartz Mills complete, of the Latest &
most Improved Patterns.
These Mllla can beforwanled to any nart of the mines
aa the weliiht of tho entire uiachiuerv will not exceed 3.
Horse rowers A ASTricnltural ImDlemonta
manufactured toorder at ilie very LOWEST CASH PRICK
n. rariicuiur attention paid to ItKrAIItH. fcU-tl
Virginia City, Montana & Blackfoot
OVERLAND STAGE LINE!
BEN. IIOLLIDAY, Proprietor.
LEAVE BOISE CITY EVERY OTKR DAV FOR
Salt Lake City, Denver City,!
Connecting at SALT LAKE CITY with Concord Stages
Virginia City, Nevada,
AND SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA.
Boise City to Salt Uke City.... $100 00
' " Virginia City, Mnntnna 125 00
" Missouri River, Legal Tender WOO,
' Uold, (100 400 00
For further Information apply at
OVERLAND 8TAOE LINE OFFICE,
Boise City, 1. T.,
mb0d3m J. 8. TODD, Agent.
SEALED PROPOSALS, In duplicate, will bo rerelved
at the office of tho undersigned at Vancouver Ilepot.
W. T., also, nt the oltice of tho A. C. S., at FOliT
DALLKS, Oreeon, ami nt FORT 110ISE. 1. T.. until
Thursday. 12 o'clock M, the llltliDAYOP MAY, lSiirt,
for fniulablng tlio U. B. SulHlsteuce Depnrtnicut with
Two Hundred Head :!U0 of lleel'Cnttle, for the Subsist
ence of the Troops in the District of Boise. Said Cattle
to bo of goodnnd Merchantable qualltv. nnd to be deliv
ered to tho A. C. 8. nt FORT B01SK, I. T.. or an author-
l.eu ageui oi ine piinsistonce Deinrtmenti in aald Dis
trict, on or before the 30th ilny of June, 1800.
Each II I1 to be accompanied by a Bond (with nt lonst
twoauretlea) In the sum of Five Thousand Dollars, for
the ralthlul performance uf liio proposale coutultied lu
the bida. in case the bid ia accepted.
no uiu wui o rcceiveu lor a lesa quantity than fifty
(60) Head. 1 . '
mas iiiusi siiiieine pneo In U. 8. GOLD coin.
The contrnct will be siibiect to 1 1 in nmiroval of the De
partment aud Dlvlslou Coinmandcra.
The undersigned reserves to himself the right to reject
any or nil Bids that ho may deem uiiieaaoiiahle.
Jllda to be addressed to the A. C. 8., at either of the
above named Poata, and endorsed thus : " Proposals for
OEO. II. WEEKS,
Cnpt. and A. Q. M. U. 8. A., A. C. S.
Vancouver nnn. W. T
,,,"2-12 April 18th, 1608.
LANGLEY, GROWELL & CO.,
IMPORTERS, AND WHOLESALE
Cdrner of Clay and Battery Sts.,
DR. DAVY'S SPECIFIC
An Expeditioua Cure for all discuses of the
npllI8 prompt and efilcatlona Remedy for the cure
JL Ghonorraa, Oleot, Strictures, and lilseaaea of the
Urinary Oi gana. inakea a speedy cure without the least
reatricilon to diet, exposure or change In application
business; It will radically cure any case which can be
produced. The disesse it removes as speedily aa is con
sistent with the production of a thorough and permanent
cure. Further, the disease cannot be contracted if the
SPECIFIC COMPOUND la taken when exposed,
Ita ingrodionts are entlrelr vegetable, and nn Injurious
Wect. either constitutionally or locally, cau be caused by
Price One Dollar and Fifty cents per bottle. Sent by
II08TETTK.lt, SMITfl k DEAN. Agenta,
401 and 403 Buttery street, cor Clay,
Jy22-6m. Sau Francisco.
0. W. ARUIS.
0. W. AMIES,
bit. M. W. SlITCHELL.
, Orriei WALDRON'S BUILDING. , ',
' JtsstBiitos Oora'elf of Itai and" WMlf.tigton Streets,
7fy pX 1
loiportert and JoWer of
WOOD AXO WILLOW WARE,
BRB8IIES, TWINES, CORDAGE. Ac.
And Mannfoctnreri of
California Falls, Tub, Brooms, Ac.
21? A 210 Sacramento Street, between Front and Dnvli
8an Francleco. ocll:3indtw.
Corner WeiiKlngton and Front Streets,
PORTLAND, OREGON .' . '
IIRST-CLASS II0TEL. LA KG EST IN TIIE STATE.
' Charges Reiujonable. - -.
AN OMNIBUS will attend all the Boats and convey
Pasaengoni and their baggage to the House Free of
Charge, or to any other llonse In the Ciry for 60 cent.
8. OOKKIN. Proprietor.
' P. 8 HOT AND COLD BATIIB In the House.
All the Steamers for Oregon City, Vancouver, Monti
cello and Astoria land at the Lincoln lieu W harf.
BOOK & JOB FRtNTING OFFICE.
First Street, between Mnln and B '
JOB PRINTINC OF EVERY VARIETY
Executed with accuracy and dispatch
jr:A STYLE THAT WILL COMPARE FAVORABLY
with the vory best, ond -
AT EATE3 A3 CHEAP AS THE CHEAP ST
Cards .i ii d IS i 1 1 -II fads,
CHECKS. DRAFTS. EKCldl'TS.
POSTERS AKD PROGRAMMES
Tiinrnrn nn&IOtnTC CVf tllDITmllO
I lltri I IILU UUUULIIIH bnio.l 1 IVHV
ate. tc, 5c, i
patSTKn Il till HOST ATTRACTIVE KANKLH. ALSO,
BILLS OF FARE.
!?rier$ and ramirhlets,
nSlTlKQ, WEDDIAO AND "AT HOME" CARDS
In abort, everything that can be done in a flonk nnd .lob
Printline Office, from the smallest and most delhaie Caul
or Circular, to the largest aiae and moat showy Posting
Rill and which will he turned out In a style that cannot
fall to Insure entire satisfaction.
OUR FACILITIES FOB THR IXKCIJTION OP
In the most beautiful Colore, Shades audTlnta.
Such as Fancy Posting Bills!
From a single Sheet to the Laigeat Mammoth,
ORNAMENTAL SHOW CARDS.
Ale unsurpassed by those ol any other establishment !n
Oregon, We devote special attention to this branch of tl e
business, ond are coutiunally adding to our already exten
sive and well appointed assortment of material.
NEW TYPES, BORDERS, ORNAMENTS.
, rfc etc., etc.,
Of the moat modern ond elaborate dealgns. Our stock o,
FANCY INKS, TINTS. &C,
Are of the finest quality, and for riqbnesa of color aud
durability, cannot be equaled In the State.
The principle upon which business Is ashed for this es
tablishment is, that persons will consult their own Inter
ests, by awarding their custom to that office In which
their money can be expended to the beat advantage. To
this end we solicit all in want of good Printing, at very
reasonable charges, to call and examine specimeus, and
fudge for youraelvea. . ,
Orders from llie Upper Country
Wlllhnve our special care, and friends from the interiu
may roly upon having their oraere nneu prouipuy,
HAVE THE ONLY IMPROVED GORDON POWER PRESS
In tbe estate oi uregoa
m!8-tr Dalles. Oregon.
JACKSON SALOON !
CORNER COURT AND SECOND STREETS,
TIIP. CNDF-RSIONKoTllAVINO ItK.MOVED FI10M
TIIK "BKLLA UNION" CELLAK, INTO
Grntct' Now J3wil din jar.
Beg to Inform the public that they are prepared to serve
-their customers with the beat
Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
TIIK MAHKKT AFF0HDS. ALSO, A
Free I-suncli !
Every day and evening.
E. HCHl'TZ fc 8. KLEIN,
Hard Wood Lnmber,
CARRIAGE AND WAGON MATERIALS
WK BK0 TO CALL ATTENTION of Carriage Sinn
ulacturera and Dealers to the Large and I'oni.
plete assortment of CAItlllAOK aud WAtiON MATK11I)
ALU we aro constantly lecelvlngfium the Hast, specially
selected for the California niarket, comprising, Oak,
Ilickorv. nnd Second Uruwtu Ash Plank, Hickory Axles,'
Wagon Poles, llutis, Hpokea, Felloes, Jlims, Bhalta, 4c. 4c.
Which wa offer nt tlielowuet Cosh Prices, ,
sT orders addressed to our bouse will receive promp
attention. N. V. DKA0U CO.,
Jol6:3m. 20 HI Battery Street, Kan Kranclsco,
and 17 A 19 Seventh Street Biicrainenlu. '
C. WATBMiouaB, U.Vf. Hraoo 4 Co., J. W. Lists
Sun Francisco. Sacrameuto. New York
. SOLI AOBNT IN OALironXIA tOl
TILTON & McFARLAND'S
,'ll t: .- JBtlll JjIsir 1TUUI i5UllB
' STEEL-LINED VAULTS,
4i-Constantly band a fnll assortment of SAFEf. .
, . . . . f Jig BAXTMKY 8TRRKT.
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