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D ALLES, OHEGON, TUESDAY, MAY 0, ISOti.
VL1IA t&JVLA,, II
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PUBLISHED EYERY EVENING,
(SUNDAYS IXOKPTID,) BY
E. G. COWNE & J. HAL LOR AN,
EDITORS AND PE0PRIKT0R8.
Twins Tmenty-Jiveeenti per week, payable to the carrier
per month, by mail, (1; three month!, $2 60; Bix
months, $b ; uue year, $8. Advertisements inserted at
' Svery description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe
nted witli neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per
order to any part of the country. Payment Jor Job Print
intj munt be made on dfiivery oj work.
W. H. OI CLASS,
And Dealer in
FIXE WATCHES JEWELRY,
Main and Union Streets, Dalles.
J. C. BALDWIN nih21-tf F. W. BALDWIN.
ITRNIT URE ! rURNIT URl;
DIEltLAM 8c WENTZ,
ITU, 0L0BB MOTEL BUILDING,
.embracing Tables, Chairs, Bureaus
Bedsand Bedsteads, Bedding.Oarpets
etc., etc., all of which will be sold at low rates. Furniture
topaired, and Upholstering done to order. AlBo,on hand
Mattresses and Pillows. Spring Ueds made to order. au!2
0. B. KOZQKL.
WM. MOABUS &.CO.,
Corner of First And B Streets.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALKHS In BREAD,
CRACKERS and Family GROCERIES.
150rders from a distauce carefully filled and prompty
' W1I0IE8AL1 AND BETAIL DEALER IN
Fancy & Staple Dry Goods,
CLOTHINC. BOOTS AND SHOES,
MATS AND CAPS, AND
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
Fire-proof Stone Store, corner of Main and Court
lllMASOft & UDELL,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW
WILL PRACTICE IN TUB SUPREME AND CIR
cult Courts of Oregon, and the District Courts o
Particular ntteutlon paid to the collection of claims.
O. 1IUMAS0N Dalles, Ogn. J. A. ODELL.
By the Night, Week or Month,
NEXT DOOR TO JACKSON ENGINE HOUSE.
m2tf 1R8. SPRBSOKR.
LANGLEY, CFtOWELL CO,,
IMPORTERS ANDWHOLESALB , ;
Corner of Clay and Battery Sts
;,, ''AN FRANCISCO.
'4. ' 74.
WftT DROWN WARNER, M. D.
.OFFICE T SECOND STREET, between Washington
Qinci Hobbb 9 to 12. A. 2 to 4 1. K.s and 6 to 10, p.M
DIl. 11. V. MITCHELL.
y Office WALDRON'S BUILDING.
Bbtdeito Corner of Third and Washington Street.
i C B. BBOOKS, M. L.
Office At Dr. Crala' Drna Store.
: . . DALLES, OREGON.
',. r ' NOTICE.
OAttTnB ATTENTION OF TOE PUDUOto
tha fact, that we have concluded to (rive nnbns-
iss and there-ore, all parties Indebted to na MUST PAY
WITHIN H1NKTX DAUB or legal , proceomngs win
lad. ' M. BROWN BRO.
iIIoj, March 10, 1S0. lull.
1'UKACU fc U 1 L ill A IY,
IMtOBTiaa AND WHOLESALE
Dealers in Wines, Liquors
miners' Goods, Doat Stores, &c,
HAVI REMOVED TO THEIR
NtW STONE BUILDING,
Second and Washington Streets,
NOW IN STOKE A LAUGH AND COMPLETE AS
sortmcnt of the very best brands of
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Also, a full assortment of
GROCERIES & STAPLE GOODS.
w T" Coustantly receiving our supplies direct from New
York and San Francisco, we are able aud willing to sell
at u very small advance on San Francisco prices. They
hope by adopting a strictly sorrect and prompt method ol
doing business, they will receive thepatronage cf the pub
HANDLE Y & Si.VSOT T, 1'rop'rs.
THIS POPULAR 110USE, 0ENTHALLY LOCATED,
Near the Stoamboat Landing & Railroad Depot,
Has been recently enlarged and improved, und will uow
IT WILL BE CONDUCTED as heretofore, as a FIRST
CLASS HOUSE, and the patronugo of the traveling
public is respectfully solicited.
jGJ- Baggage taken to the House free of chargo. House
opeu all night.
LARGE FIRE-PROOF SAFES TO DEPOSIT VALUABLES
Dalles, Oct. 4-tf.
MAIN STREET, DALLES, OBXO0N,
THOMAS SMITH, Proprietor.
A FIRST-CLASS HOUSE.
IN Till 0INTR1 OP BUSINESS,
Near the Steamboat and Railroad Landing!
Superior Accommodations for Families aud can Ao
commodate One Hundred aud Fifty Uuests. "
Meals SO est. Lodging 60cts,
Flra Proof Safe for doposlteuf valuables.
O. House open all night. Baggage taken to the ITouse
free of chargo. THOMAS SMITH,
mb8-tf . Proprietor.
CO TJMBIA RIVER MINES.
-A. . TZ . BOOTH,
WHITE BLUFFS, W. T
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND GENERAL DEALER IN
PACK AND SADDLE. HORSES FOR SALE.
iniRBIOHTS C0NSIONFD to my care fur Colvllle
Kootenai, or the Upnor Columbia Mines, will re
ceive prompt attention.
White Bluffs, Oct. 1st, 1864. oc.2tf
NEW FIllIT, GUOCEItY
TUIE UNDERSIGNED INFORMS HIS FRIENDS and
tlio publio generally, that he has Just established on
Main street, next door to J. Juker, Tobacconist,
A NEW STORE!
where he keeps constantly on hand a large assortment o
selectod KKU1T. Also, In store a complete stock ofcholce
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, VEGETABLES, d!c.
All of which will be sold, wholesale and retail, at RE
DUCED PRICES. Come and see and satisfy yourself.
sol3-tf JOHN BP0S1T0.
COLUMBIA RIVER MINES!
A. R. BOOTH nARRT NEVMON.
BOOTH Sc NEVISON,
Forwarding and Commission Merchant!
AND DELERS IN GKNERAT MERCHANDISE,
White IJliiflH, W. T,
IREianT FOR COIVILLE, UPPER COLUMBIA,
J? KOOTENAI and DLACKF0OT MINES promptly
lerwardrd. . .
Mark GoodsB. 4 N., White BluffinW. T,. ,
Portland Richards k McCroken, Allea k lewis, and
Hodge k Calof.
DALU-Bloch, Miller k Co., French k Oilman.
M. BROWN & BRO.,
WDOLCSAU AND RETAIL DEALERS IN !
-FANCY AND STAPLE
OROCBRIES, PROVISIONS, &o.
Mr. M. BROWN, being a resident of San Francisco, we
t re enabled to offer great Indcements to purchasers. W
respectfully Invite the pnbilo to examine our stock befor
nnrchaslnor elsewhere. m!6-tt
Btone ptore, norm siae main street, is4is.--
Democratic State Ticket.
JAMES I). FAY,
JAMES K. KELLY,
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE:
FOR STATE TREASURER:
JOHN G. 11 ELL,
FOR STATE PRINTER!
FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY FIFTH DISTRICT.
J. II SLATEII,
Democratic County Ticket.
F. T. DODGE.
A. W. FERGUSON.
For Clerk, '
F. S. HOLLAND.
' For Treasurer,
A. W. BUCHANAN.
G. F. HERBERT,
For School Superintendent,
E. P. FITZGERALD.
W. T. NEWCOMB.
DR. C B. BROOKS.
Virginia City, Montana & Blackfoot
OVERLAND STAGE LINE!
BEX. IIOLLIDAY, Proprietor.
g$ COMORD STAGES'
LEAVE BOISE CITY EVERY OTHER DAY FOR
Salt Lake City, Denver City,
Connecting at SALT LAKE CITY with Concord Stages
Virginia City, Nevada,
AND SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA.
Boise City to Salt Lake-City .'. fMO 00
.t u Virginia City, Montana . lib 00
" Missonrl River, Legal Tender 1300,
Gold, $100 m 400 00
For fnrthor Information apply at
OVERLAND STAGE LINE OFFICE,
lioise City, I. T., "
nthodSm J. N. TODD, Agent. .
TO TEAMSTERS AND DAIRYMEN!
EEETD ! FEED ! 1
IAND : :
0t ALL KINDS, FOR BAE BY ' !
It. H. LAW, i
SC Front Street, Portland,
nlB:tr. Opposite 0. B. N. Warehouse.
a. n. gates. ' a. BAIT.
GATES & HAFT,
Attorneys & Counsellors at Law,
. dalles i Oregon; !
Union State Ticket.
GEO. L. WOODS',
tOU SECRETARY OF STATE !
SAMUEL E. MAY,
FOR BTATE TREASURER I
. E. IV. COOKE,
FOR STATE PRINTER:
W. A. McrilEHSOX,
FOR I'ROSECCTING ATTORNEY FIFTH DISTRICT:
C. 11. MEIGS,
Union County Ticket.
- For Sheriff,
R. W. CRANDALL. '
R. B. REED,
For Treasurer, '
Q. W. WALDRON. .
For Commissioners', -
L. L. ROWLAND.
For School Superintendent,
W. B. CAMPBELL.
For Coroner,' ,
DR. W. B. WARNER.
A CARD FOR THE
Spring & Summer Clothing Trade
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
Noli 411, 413 and 418 Battery Street,
Cor, Merchant, Dan Francisco.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
ENTIDE NEW AND FRESH STOCK J
WE WOULD CALL ATTENTION of Country Mor
chants to our usually large stock of Goml.. w
stock comprises every article in Hie Clothing and Fur-
mining line, n e nave constantly on nand the largest .
and greatest variety of Cassimore and Wool HATS of
any house in San Francisco, and our prli es for tlies
Good, are less than those of any house, as we receive
thorn dlroct from the manufacturer's consignment Our
stock of Hummer and Fall (loops Is particularly attract
ive, and the great feature to the country merchant Is the
unusually low prices.
Less Than the Cost of Importation I
We also keep the STAPLE ARTICLES In the Dry Goods
Hue, which Goods we have purchased In this market un
der the hammer, aud are ottering them at New Yoik
Cost, and loss.
We publish this card In order that wo may make new
acquaintances, and induce those whohave not heretofore
purchased of ns, to call and examine our stock.
Good Articles and Low Prices
Are the greatest Inducements to all who purchase to
sell again. Merchants who hny of us can make a good
profit, and sell to their customers at a low figure. We
Your Obedient servants,
BADOKR k LINDENBERGER,
Wholesale Clothing and Hat Warehouse,1
Nns. 411, 41 3 and 116 Battery street,
Bon Francisco, April 20, 180. 8ulw.
, MRS. LEE SER'S
FRENCH MILLINERY STORE
Dress Malting Establishment,
Opposite Cohn & Bohm'i,
I WOULD CALL Tn? iTTENTION of the Ladles b
the Dallos to my larie and fine stock of
BONNETS, HATS, FEATHERS
: Drbss Trimmings, &c.
' Having secured the services of MRS. FR ART, In the
Dress Making apartment, wo will do all work In that line
and gnarnntoe perfect satisfaction. ,
DYING done In all color.
Give me an early call, and I will endeavor to snlt
everybody In TASTE and at REASONABLE PRICIS.
, Particular attention paid to - .
Embroidery and Erajdlrrg Stareplng,