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Express and Fast Freight Line.
THIS LINK IS N0W1N COMPLETE RUNNING
order from Umatilla to Idaho City, via Boise City,
and prepared to 'carry Freight and Valuable Packages
between these aud all Intermediate points with certainty
and despatch. .
The Line is Stocked with the Best Teams
the country affords and entirely
New Thorough-Brace .
Which ensures Speed and Safety In the transmission of
Freight, never before offered to Idaho. We oner Supe
rior Inducements for Shipping Goods from San Francisco
and Portland to Idaho, as our arrangements with the
Ocean Steamship Conipnny mid the Oregon Bteam Navi
gation are such that all Goods shipped by this Line will
not be subject to the usual delays, but pass through as
Goods shipped from Pan Francisco to our care at Port
land, Charges will belaid and Goods shipped to destina
tion, GOODS SHOULD BR MARKED: CARE R. M. D. A
CO., P. LINK, and Shipping Receipts sent to our Agents
at Portland and Umatilla.
id Vance Charges for Transportation Paid
by tire IMe and Collected at Destination. Goods will be
futwarded'wlth Dispatch to owyhee and South Boise.
PASSENGERS CARRIED AT GT1EATLY REDUCED
RATES. Families will be furtiiHhed witii Superior Ac
'cnmmodatlons in New and Ensy Killing 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 -AGKNTSi
RICHARDS ft McCKAKKN San Francisco
RICHARDS ft McCKAKKN Portland
JOSEPH TEAL Dalles
POWELL ft G"E .-. Umatilla
J. B. WILKINSON i Le Grand
B. M. DuKKLL ft CO .Boise City
B. M. DuIlKLL ft CO Idaho City
MAJOR SPEKH Rocky liar (South Boise)
DvRELL ft MOORE Ruby and Silver Cities
B. HI. DttRELL fc CO.,
Narrow Escape. An incident
which nearly cost Ex-Senator and fix-
iQbo William m. uwm bis lite, -oc-
enrred recently in Fort Jackson, where
the distinguished rebel is incarcerated.
Tho Doctor is a fertile writer, and has
his materials in one of his casemates.
Up and down the gallery opposite his
retreat constantly marches an African
sentinel, whoso duty it is "to see that
the roynl prisoner does not escape.
While the Doctor was busily employed
no day, a gust of wind curried off a
sheet of bis manuscript. Instantly he
dashed by tho black guard in pursuit
of it. The son of Congo, without a
moment's hesitation, leveled his muss
ket and pulled the trigger. Tho cap
did not explode, and at last accounts
the doughty lriend of Maximilliun
, Southern Crops and Labor. A
correspondent of the New 5fork Times
from Wilmington, North. Carolina,
The rice plantations. and turpentine
on the Cape Fear will nearly all be
worked this year, most of them hav.
ing been rented by Northerners. Some
of them aro the most valuable in the
South. So far as I have been able to
learn, the ft'eodmen engaged on them
are behaving themselves extraordina
rily well, and are quite contented.
Most of the old overseers on the plan
tations have been retained by the
lessees, and, strange as it may seom,
the blacks prefer them to Northerners.
They tell me that tho Yankees work
them too hard, which, I suppose, is a
Op Land-tor Delinquent Taxes for 1865.
by virtue of a warrant issued out of
the County Court of the State of Oregon, lor the
County of Wasco, on the 14th day of April, A. D. 1866,
and to me directed, for the collection of delinquent taxes
lor the year 1883-64-tlo, I have this day levied on the
following described pieces aud parcels ot land, lvlng and
being In said State and County, in Dalles City, according
to the plat thereof, and on the 23d day of June, A. D.
1866, 1 will expose the same, or so much thereof as shall
be necessary to pay the taxes and costs due thereon for
the years 1863-64-60, at public auction, at the Court
House door in Dalles City, in said State and County, be
tween the hours of 9 o'clock a. in. and 4 o'clock p. ni.,
to the highest bidder therefor, iu U. S.Uold Coin.
KAHS, lot. BUCK. TAX.
Jaa. H. Fruit, (Langhlln'l ad) 1863 12
' " 1864 12
John Grant.....'. .........1860 4
H M It UM J
Simeon Bodyfets "
Mrs. M. Button (Trevitt's ad)..
, Mrs. H. Bell, (Uigelow'sad)'....
dies. Coolldge ' "
. George H. Elliot '
Jaa. II. Fruit, (Laughlln'i ad)
Frank Ilanka .
Geo. Johnson .
A. P. Mines ' ,
Francisco Velarde " ..
CHARLES WIIITK. Sheriff
and Tax Collector of Wasco count-, Oregon
Dalles City. May 21st. 1866. niyMw
la the Circuit Court of the Slate of Oregon for the
County ofWa'CO. Wllmath Sttlwell. plaintiff, vs. Laban
Btllwell, defendant. In Equity.
' fanOIiABON 8T1LWELL, defendant: Ton are hereby
JL summoned and required to appear and answer the
complaint In the above entitled suit, wh eh has been
filed in the office ol the Clerk of Wasco County, praying
for a dissolution of tit nisrrlage contract and a decree
of personal property to the plaintiff, and expenses and
'costs, within six weeks from the first publication of this
summons, or u you mm to so appear, tne planum win
ply to tue court for to relief demanded In the Com-
aint, ' GATES ft II A FT,
1 Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Dalles, May 12, 1866. m!8w6
Sheriff's Sale of Real Estates
BY VIRTUE Of A DECREE or Fore closure of Mort
rate and execution thereon, by die Clerk of the
Circuit Court, In and for Wasco County State of Oregon,
to me directed, I have this day levied upon the follow
ing described Real Estate, to Witt The South half of
the Southwest Quarter of Section one, in Township one
North, Range twelve east; also, the Northeast quarter
ol the Southwest Quarter of Section one. in Township
one North, Range Twelve East; also, the Northwest
i of the Northwest A of Section Twelve. In Town
ship one North, Range Twelve East, being 160 acres more
or less, being the property described in the aforesaid de
cree of foreclosure of mortgagi, In ravor of Elizabeth
' Ttrarfahaw. Plaintiff, and against Joseph Trow and Jassee
- Kays, Defendants, for the sum of Two Hundred and two
aaventy-nve (rcuz oj uouars principal, anu iweniy-nve
eighty-four (tli 84) dollars costs of action, with interest
and accruing costs. I will proceed to soil the above de
scribed premises at Public Auction, at the Conrt Housed
door In uaueiwuy, w we lugoest uiuuer lor casa iu
hand, on .
Saturday. Jane Oth, I860,
between the honrs of 14 o'clock. M., and 4 o'clock, P. M
to satisfy said execution. Interent and costs.
' . CUAS. WHITE, Sheriff.
By R- W. Ckaitdail. Deputy. lullwt.
t, DalleaClty, May 9, 1806. .
N0TTCS IS IIRREBY GIVEN, that the co-partnership
heretofore existing between 1. M. EVANS
and A. W. DAVIS, In the Livery Stable business, baa
been dissolved; that A. W. Davis Is Indebted te the co
partnership; and that a bill In equity has been Died for
the settlement of the CO partnership accounts. All per
sons are notified that A. W. Davis has no power to dis
pose of. the ptoperty, nor contract debts on the credit
Jrlheflm; I. M. EVANS.
,, Dalles, Aprif40,l86.j . ... . aSQdlm
DR. DAVY'S SPECIFIC
An Expeditious Cure for all diseases of the
rwVUS prompt and efflcatlonn Remedy for the cure
M. Ghonorro3H, Gleet, Stricture, and Diseases of the
Urinary Organs, mnkei a speedy cure without thtfleoat
restriction to diet, exposure or change In .application
business; It will radically cure any case which can be
produced. The disease It removes as speedily as Is con
slstent with the production of a thorough and permanent
cure. Further, the disease cannot be contracted If the
SPECIFIC COMPOUND is taken when exposed.
Its ingredients are entirely vegetable, and no Injurious
effect either constitutionally or locally, can be caused by
Price One Dollar and Fifty cents per bottle. Bent by
Express carefully packed.
II .QTtfTTLMI aUTTTT iTiVlU A i.An.a
401 and 403 Battery street, .cor Clay.
Jy22-6m. Ban Francisco.
Corner Washington and Front Street!
LARGEST IN THE STATE.
AN OMNIBUS will attend all the Boats and convev
Passengers and their baggage to the House Free of
Charge, or to any other House in trie uiry ror ou cents.
8. COFFIN, Proprietor.
P. 8 HOT AND COLD BATHS in the House.
All the Stetmers for Oregon City, Vancouver, Monti
cello and Astoria land at the Llucoln House Wbarf.
Sheriff'. Sale of Real Property.
BY VIRTUE OK AN EXECUTION issued by the Clerk
of the Circuit Court, In and for Wasco County,
State of Oregon, to me directed in favor of Thomas
Howe. et. al , Plaintiff, and against the Dalles and
Boise Road Company, Defendants, for the sum of Four
Hundred and fortt-flva 26-100 (8446 261 dollars, nrincl-
pal, and seventy-three 69 100 ($73 69) dollars, costs of
action, with Interest.and.costsof this writ, for want of
personal property. I have this day levied npon that por
tion of Ihe Dalles and Boise Road, being and situated in
Wasco County, Oregon, commencing at Cross Hollows
and running Kast to theCounty Line between Wasco and
Grant Counties, containing seventy-four (74) mile, more
or less. I will proceed to sell the above described pro
perty at Pnbllo Auction, before the Court House Door,
Id Dalles City, to the highest bidder for cash in hand, on
Wednesday, June Oth, 18GO, .
Between the hours of 12 and 4" p. m., to satisfy the above
execution, interest ana costs.
CHAS. WHITE, 8herlfT.
By R. W. Crandall, Depnty. mllwf
In Justice's Court for West Dalles Precinct.'
Kppinger, plaintiff, vs. John Yonng, defeudant.
DAUUES CITY DRUG STORE.
wriOL'lSALl AMD RITAIIi
DEAUR IN DRUGS,
Perfumery, Fancy Soaps,
DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES !7
DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES 1
DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES 11
TO JOHN YOUNG, DEFENDANT! In the name of
the State of Oregon, yon are hereby required to ap
pear before the undersigned, a Justice of the Peace of
tne aiorenaid precinct, on tne m any or June, lees, at the
hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the of
fice of raid Justice of In Peace, to answer the above
named nlalntlff In a civil action. The de'endant will
take notice, that if he fail to appear end answer the
plaintiff's conip'aint. tha plaintiff will take judgment
against him for the sum of Ninety Dollars, with lutereat
Given under my hand, this 10th day of April, 1866.
ap20w F. S. HOLLAND,
Dalles, April 10, 1868. Justice of the Peace.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for tha
County ol Grant June Term. i860. A. L. Button) plain
tiff, vs. T. A. wnitlng, flerendant.
rinOT. A. WHITING, Defendant! Tn the tliifne of
JL the Btnte of Oregon yon are hereby notified and
required to appear and answer the complaint against
you now on file with the Clerk of the above entitled
Court by the plaintiff In the above entitled action, with
in ten days from the service of this summona on you, If
served in the County of Grant, and If served In any
other County In this Etato, then within twenty days
after such service: and In case of publication, within ten
daystfter expiration of publication, and unless yen
shall" s'nhppear and answer said complaint, the plaintiff
will fake judgment agalnt yon at the next term of the
snid Court for the sum of $1,112 60 and Interest from tha
16th day of August, 18A4, and for his oosts and dlnbtirs
nents. W. LAIR HILL, Att'v for Pltff,
Dated, April 17, 1868.
Ordered, That the foregoing summons be served by
publishing the same for six consecutive weeks id the
Wir.tUT Mount Aiiftxtt, paper published at Dalle City,
la WaxoConnty. Jt v, i J.G. WIL30N( Judge,
WBOLUAU ADS RETAIL
Washington Street, between Main and Second Btroets
S LEMON Is able to supply parties In want of Drngs,
. Patent Medicines. Chemicals, Acids, Perfumery,
and every other article enumerated with the
WHOLESALE DRUG BUSINESS,
At the lowest market rates.
49- Physicians and Merchants Intending to purchase
for tbe Mines, will do well to give him a call.
TRUSSES & SHOULDER BRACES
In great variety.
ap.3:tf. Washington St., between Main adn 8econd. 1
FIRST STREET, between Yamhill and Morrison.
ATI team Enerlmee
of from 4 to 40 horse-
power.elther Portable or -1
Rtntinnnrv. AUn. (Hit- rj?
rilf.AR SAW MII.1.H ff.fKrK:
. ... rr- m ft
tximi'i.K'i'K. eonsinntiv T-&
on band. ,
see of all
CaBt Iron work for Ver
tical Sawand G riat mills;
Brass and Iron Castings
WROUGHT IRON WORK
of every description. I am also prepared to furnish
Quarts Mills complete, of the Latest &.
most improved Patterns. " v
These Mills can beforwarded to any part of the mines
as the weight of the entire machinery will not exceed 3,
Hnrsa Powers at Asrrioiiltnrn.1 Implement!
manufactured toorder at the very IAJWKST CASH I'ltlCE
II. B. particuior attention paid to llKFAllto.loMMl
Also, Hay m s jj J If
sir.es; Planing flim, Vi. 4V.S
.(Woodworths L jTi'&-it''1 yifj?
,) Wrought and JS t A vli"-,?
Oregon Steam Navigation Co.
NEZ PERCE CHIEF,
Captains E. F. COE, 0. C. FELTON, J. H. D. GRAY, and
Will run dnrirg the season from CELII.0 to UMATIL
LA, WALLULA, WHITE DLUFFS, PALOUSE and
One of the above named boats will leave CEI.IT) for
UMATILLA and W A LI. I) LA, on TUESDAYS, THURS
DAYS and SATURDAYS.
The PaBseneer Train
to connect with steamers at Celllo will start from the
Railroad Depot, DALLES CITY, at 6 o'clock, a. u.
FOR WHITE BLUFFS. -
CAPT. E. F. COB .Commander.
Will leave CELILO every BATURDAY, for WHITE
I FOR LEWI8T0N.
, THE "OWYHEE,"
CAPT. FELTON Commander.
Will leave WALLULA every WEDNESDAY (npon the
arrival of the steamer that starts from Celilo on Tues
day), for LKWIBTON. .
FOB PORTLAND TUROUGn IN ONE DAY.
CAPT. J. McNULTY, Commander,
Will leave DALLES, DAILY. (Sundays excepted) al 6
o'clock, 1. ., connecting by the CASCADE RAILROAD,
with the steamers
WILSON G. IITJ1SX,
CAPT. J. WOLF, .........Commander,
f v Portland. FRANK T. DODGE,
Dalles, Aptll J, 1888. fnl2tf "Agent 0. 8. N. Co.
f. DALLAM. 0. W. ARMB8. O. W. AES
, " Importers and Jobbers of
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
BRUSHES, TWINES, CORDAGE, Ac.-
And Manufacturers of.' '
California Palls, Tabs, Brooms, Ac
" 217 ft SIB Bacramento Street, between Frontand Davis
Ban Franciscoi . oc;i;8mdaw. j
BOOK & JOB PRINTING OFFICE.
First Btreet, between Main and B
JOB PRINTINC OF EVERY VARIETY
Executed with accuracy and dispatch.
JK A BTYLE THAT WILL COMPARE FAYOBABLY
i with the very best, and
AT BATES AS CHEAP AS TEE CHEAP ST
Card sand B i 1 MIe ads.
CHECKS, DRAFTS, RECEIPTS,
POSTERS AND PROGRAMMES
THEATRES CONCERTS EXHIBITIONS
Q?C, tfc, tC
PaiMBD IN THI H0BT ATTRACT IVI MAHNU. ALSO,
BILLS Or FARE.
Itriefs and Pninphlels,
riSlTJNO, WEDDING AND "AT B0XE" CARDS
Tn short, everything that can be done In a Book and Jos
Printing Office, from the smallest and most delicate Card
or Circular, to the largest size and most showy Posting
Bill and which will be turned out In a style that cannot
fail to Insure entire satisfaction.
0U 'ACILITIU rOH IH IZICPT10N OF
In the most beautiful Colors, Shades and Tints,
Such as Fancy Posting1 Bills!
From a single Sheet to the Largest Mammoth,
ORNAMENTAL SHOW CARDS.
' FURMIIERS' LABELS,
Are unsurpassed by those ot any other establishment In
Orogon. We devote special attention to this branch of the
business, and are continually adding to our already exten
sive and well appointed aetortment of material,
NEW TYPES, BORDERS, ORNAMENTS.
Of the most modern and elaborate designs. Our stock c,
FANCY INKS, TINTS. &C, '
Are of the finest quality, and for richness of color end
durability, cannot be eiiunlwi In the State.
The principle upon which business is asked 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 best advantage. To
this end we solicit all in want of good Printing, at very
reasonable charges, to call and examine specimens, aud
udge for yourselves.
Orders from the Upper Country
Will have our special care, and friends from the Interlo
may rely upon having their orders filled promptly, as we
NAVE THE ONLY IMPROVED GORDON POWER PRESS
In the State of Oregon t
ml8-tf Pallas. Oregon.
JACKSON SALOON !
CORNER COURT AND SECOND STREETS,
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING REMOVED FROM
TUB "BELLA UNION" CELLAR, INTO
Gates' New Building
Beg to Inform the pnbllc that they are prepared to serve
their customers with the best
Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
THE MARKET AFFORDS. ALSO, A
Free Lunch 2 ,
Every day and evening.
K.BCHVTZ db S. KLEIN,
Hard Wood Lumber
CARRIAGE AND WAGON MATERIALS
WE BEG TO CALL ATTENTION of Carriage Man
Ufacturers end Dealers to the Large and Com
plete assortment of CARR1AQE and WAGON MATKRI
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selected for the California market, comprising, Oak,
Hickory, and Second Growth Ash Plank, Hickory Axles,
Wagon Poles, Hubs, Spokes, Felloes, ltim,Blialts,4o. Ac.
Which we ofTer at the lowest Cash Prices.
4Sr Orders addressed to our house will receive prom
attention. N. W. BRAQG k CO.,
Jol6:3m. 29 ft 81 Battery Street, San Francisco, -;
and 17 ft 10 Seventh street Sacramento.
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