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About The daily mountaineer. (Dalles, Or.) 1861-1866 | View Entire Issue (May 23, 1866)
D VLLB8, ORKGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, lNO.
PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING,
(SUNDAYS IXOBPTBD,) BY
E. G. CO WIVE &. J. II A L LOR AN)
' BDITOR8 AMD PB0PB.IBT0B8.
f SBMa Twnty-five orntt per week, payable to the curler
per. month, by mail, II; three months, 12 60; six
months; to; one year, $8. Adrertlagments Inserted at
low ratal. - 1 .
Every deaerlptlon of plain and fancy Job Printing exe
nted with neatneaa and despatch, and forwarded aa per
order to any part of the oonntry. Payment Jot Job Print
ing mu$t oe made on delivery oj work.
W. II. DOUGLASS.
And Dealer ia
FINE WATCHES A. JEWELRY,
DALLES,1 OREGON. .
- ' DEALERS IN .
! GROCERIES !
' l CORNER 0?
Main and Union Streets, Dalles.
V.O.BALDWIN' roh21-tf F. W. BALDWIN.
DIEKLAM te WENTZ,
- u M I T tf : GLOBE HOTEL BUILDING.
-m.-j , ..... v VH - .wavw
embracing Tablet, Chain, Bureaus
9 Bedeand Bedsteads, Bedding. Carpets
site, etc., all of which will be sold at low rates. Furniture
repaired, ana Upholstering done to order. Alio, on hand
Mattresses and Pillows. Spring Beds made to order. anl2
0. B. KOt9BL.
WM. MOABUS & CO.j
TROVISION STORE, .
Comer of First and B Streets.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS In BREAD,
CRACKERS and Family GROCERIES. - . -.Orders
from a distance carefully 11 lied and prompty
ispatched. ' 1-tf
l WBOIMiLS AMD BIT AIL D1AUB IN ' ' '
Fancy ft Staple Dry Goods,
CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,
.HATS AND CAPS, AND
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
Fire-proof Stone Store, corner of Main and Court
streets. - oot-tf
IJUTIVSO & ODELIj,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW
WILL PRACTICE IN THE SUPREME AND CIR
cuit Courts of Oregon, and the DUtriot Courts o
Particular attention paid to the collection of claims.
0. UUMASON Dalles, Ogn. J. A.ODBLTj.
FURNISHED ROOMS '
By the Night, "Week or Month,
NEXT DOOR TO JACKBON ENGINE HOUSE.
m2tf MRS. 8PRBNGER.
LANGLEYj CROWELL & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE .,
Corner of Clay and Battery Sts.,
SAN FRANCISCO. ;.
WM. BROWN WARNER. M. D.
OFFICE 74 SECOND STREET, between Washington
and Court. ' '
Ornci Hoiras t to 2. A. M.; 2 to 4 r. .; and t to 10, .
Dlt. li. W. MITCHELL.
Office WALDRON'S BUILDING.' ".
RurpiNOi Corner vjf Third and Washington Streets.
O. 13. BROOKS, M. T.
Oflico At Xr. Crats'is Dras Store.
' DALLES, OREGON. "
WE CALL TIIB ATTENTION OF THH PUBT.IOto
the fact, that we hare concluded to give np bne
tneas and themore, all parties Indebted to as MUST PA Y
VP WITUIN NINETY DAYS or legal prnreerllnirs will
ehad.. . M. BRQWN BHO.
k 'Dalles, March 10, 1886. milt ,.
' latFOETIM ANWHOUUAU
Dealers in Wines, Liquors
Miners' Goods, Boat Stores, &c,
BAVB kjuaOTID TO THIIE.
NW STONE BUILDING,
Second and Washington Streets,
XT0W IN STORK A LARGE AND C0MPLET1 AB
i-H. sort mont of the er y beat brands of
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Also, a roll assortment of
GROCERIES & STAPLE. GOODS.
Mf Oonatantly 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
""f " vj wivihu on iv., i j winui anu prompt metnoooi
doing business, they will receive the patronage of the pub
lie. um it
IIA1VDLEY & SINNOTT, ITop'rs.
TBI! rornLAB H0USB, 0INT1AU.T LOCATED, .
Hear the Steamboat Landing ft Bailroad Depot,
Has been recently enlarged and improved, and will now
IT WILL BE CONDUCTED as heretofore, as ft PTR8T
GLASSHOUSE, and the patronage of the traveling
public is respectfully solicited.
49 Baggage taken to the House free of charge. House
open all night.
LARGE FIRE-PROOF SAFES TO DEPOSIT VALUABLES
Dalles, Oct. 4-tf.
MAW BIEBBf , DALLM, OBJOOIf,
THOMAS SMITH, Proprietor.
A FIRST-CLASS HOUSE.
' IN TBS 0INTU OF 1USINXBS,
Near the 8teamboat and Bailroad Landing!
Superior Aooommodations for Families end can Ao
commodate One Hundred and Fifty Guests.
Meals....... ......60 cat. ' Lodglng.......60oU.
Fire Proof Safe for deposlteof-valuables.
House open all night. Baggage taken to the House
free of charge. THOMAS SMITH,
mh8-tf . Proprietor.
CO UMBIA RIVER. MINES.
WHITS BLUFFS, W. T.,
" FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND OINIBAI, DIALU IN
FACE AND SADDLE HOBSES FOK BALE.
VREIGHTS C0NBIGNFD to' my care for OolvlUe
Kootenai, or the Upper Columbia Mines, will re
Ceive nromnt attention
White Bluffs, Oct. 1st, 1864.
SEW FRUIT, GROCERY
' AND e
; PROVISION SXORE.
THS UNDER8IQNF.D INFORMS HIS FRIENDS and
the publio generally, that he has jnat established 0D
Main street, next door to J. J uker, Tobacconist,
,1 A NEW STORE! ,;
Where he keeps constantly on hand a large assortment o
Selected FRUIT. Also, In store acompletestock ofcholce
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, VEGETABLES, da.
All of which will be sold, wholesale and retail, at RE
DU0KD PRICES. Come and ase and satisfy yourself.
sel3-tf. 'JOHN SP08IT0.
! COLUMBIA RIVER MINES!
j A. . BOOTH............ ...HABBT NIVBON. '
TJOOXII &, NEVISON,
Forwarding antl Gosnmlsalon Merchante
AND DELERS IN 0ENERAT MERCHANDISE,
White RlufTiSs W. X,
FREIOHT FOR C0LILLE. UPPER COLUMBIA,
KOOTENAI and BLACKFOOT MINES promptly
! Mark Goods B. ft N White Bluffs, W.T,
' B-B1N0U:: I .
Pobtund Richards A McCraken, Allen k Lewis, and
, '.-. HodgeACnlef. '
DAU.M Bloch, Miller c Co., French 41 Oilman. " '
M. BROWN & BRO,,
; whousaib and utah dsalikb in "
FANCY AND HTAPLK
DRY GOOD SI
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, &o.
Mr. M. BROWN, being a resident of Ban Francisco, we
are enabled to offer orest Indcements to purchasers. We
respectfully Invite the public to examine onr stock hefor
purchasing elsewhere. mlMr
T-Stose Store, north side Main street, Delias.
Democratic State Ticket
, FOR CONGRESS:
JAMtSI l. FAT,
O I Jackson.
" '0E GOVERNOR:
JAMES K. KELLY,
Of Wasou. ,
: FOR SECRETARY OF STATE:
LAFAYETTE LANE, :
' FOR BTATB TREABURER:
JOHN C. BELL,
bf Marion. ':
FOR BTATE PRINTER!
,( Of Linn.
FOR PBOBECUTINO ATTORNEY FIFTH DISTRICT.
J. H SLATER,
. Of Union. .," ;
Democratic County Ticket.
1 , 0. HDMASON,
F. T. DODGE. .
For Sheriff, .
A. W. FERGUSON. "'
" ' ' 1 F.S.HOLLAND.
For Oommlsslonert, . .
G. F. HERBERT, '
'' ..; JOHNVILLIAMS.
' , , , HARRISON OORUM. " . r
For School Superintendent, .
E. P. FITZGERALD. . , ,
' for Surveyor, . : ' '
' W. T. NEWOOMB.
Virginia City, Montana AlJlackfoot
OVERLAND STAGE LINE!
BEIV. UOLLIDAY, Proprietor.
LEAVE BOISE CITY EVERY OTHER DAY FOR
Salt Lake City, Denver City,
MISSOURI RIVER, ,
Connecting at SALT LAKE CITY with Concord Stages
"Virginia City, Nevada,
AND SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA.'
' PAKKi '
Boise City to Salt Lake City ...............tl00 00
1 1' Virginia City, Montana 126 00
it Missouri River; Legal Tender (300,
, . . . . Gold, $100...n 400 00
For farther Information apply at , ' .
' OVERLAND STAOE LINE OmCU, '
: Bole City, I. T.,
mhMSm J. N. TODD, Agent,
TO TEAMSTERS AND flAIBYMENI
FEE3D ! FEED! lZ
.. ,. itsbfiand:: . , , ;;..;'.
OF ALL KINDB FOR SAB BY " " M'TLW
. . B II.' LAW," "
'' ' " K Frorlt Street, Portland,
' nlOitf. ,-. rOpposite 0. 8. N. Warehouse. ,
N. H. 01X1). . B. B. BAPf.;
. GATES &. IT AFX,. .
AUorneyn & Counsellors at Law,
i Dalles, oregon.1
Union State Ticket.
- FOR CUNUKBSS
RUFUS M ALLORY,
. v . FOR GOVERNOR I ' . . ' c I
GEO. L. WOODS, .
Of Wasco. : i
FOR 8ECRETARY OF ST ATI t"
SAMUEL E. NAY,
FOR STATE TREASURER!
E. sr. COOKE,
' . Of Marion.
FOR STATE PRINTER:
W. A. MCPHERSON, '
FOR PROBECUTING ATTORNEY FIFTH DISTRICT:
C. H. MEIGS, ,
Of Wasco. .
XTnion County Ticket
' For Representatives,
. - H.A.HOGUE, . ' :
' O. B. KCEGEL.
v ".For Sheriff,'1"
11. W. CRAND AXL). ,
:i . For Clerk, ,
B, B. REED, ; .
O. W. WALDR0N. ' ;
For Commissionefs, ' ! ' 1
' B, MATS, ;'.
"e ' R. H. WOOD. :' "
' For Assessor,
L; L. ROWLAND. " ' "
For School Superintendent, '.
. T.CONDON. , ..,
'For Surveyoi, " ;
" . W. B. CAMPBELL, ,',' V,
i For Coronert '. .'. .
DR. W. B WARNER. '
A CARD FOR THE :
Spring & Summer Clothing Trade
r OF SAN FRANCISCO.
BADGER & LINDENBERGER,
No. 411, 413 and 41B Battery- Street,
. , Cor, Merchant, 8an Francisco.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
ENTISE NEW AND FRESH ST0CK
WE WOULD CALL ATTENTION of Country Mer
chants to onr 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 Casslmere and Wool HATS ot
any house In San Francisco, and onr prlree for these
Goods are less than those of any honse, as we receive
them direct from the manufacturer's consignment. Onr
stock of Bummer and Fall Goops Is particularly attract
ive, and the great feature to the country merchant is the
unusually low prices. i
less Than the Cost of Importation!
We also keep the STAPLE ARTICLE8 In the Dry Goods
line, which Goods we have purchased In this market tin-'
der the hammer, and are oflering them at New Yoi k
Cost, and less.
We publish this card In order that we may make new
acquaintances, and induce those who have not heretofore
purchased of as, to call and examine our stock,
Good Articles and Low Prices
A re the OTAAtMaft InittiMman,. ,a .11 -k. muI.u
sell again. Merchants who buy of ns can make a good
profit, and sell to their customers at a low figure. VYe -
remain, respectfully, , . -
tour UDeaient servants, . .... .
'. BADGER LINDENBERGER, '
Wholesale Clothing and Hat Warehouse;
Nos. 411, 418 and 41S Battery street, 1 .
Son Francisco, April 20,1806. - 8mw. "
FRENCH MILLINERY STORE,
' AND . ., -
Dress Maktnar Establishment," '
! Opposite Cohii 4fc Bohm'i, , .
I WOULD CALL TnE ATTENTION of the Ladles e
the Dalles to my larse and tine stock of
. FLOWERS, EMBROIDERY, ".
BONNETS, : Vi ATS, FEATHERS,
; Dress rlnvminps, &o.r
Tf.vtnip iwnM 111. ..nl... n ma Ttr. i nw .
Dress linking apartment, wo'wlll do all work In that Use "
uiinw none in an colors.
Give me en early call and I will endeavor to self,
everybody In TABTE and at REASONABLE PRICKS. .
i Particular attention natd to - . , -- -
"Eruhroldery and BraHtae Btanplne,