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D VLLK9, OUEGON, THDRSDAY. MAT 31, I8(i.
$5 ail) Uiintiiinur,
' 1'UBLISIIED EVERT EVENING,
(SUNDAYS BXOKPTBD,) BY'
E. G. COWAE K J. 1IALLORAN,
- , BDIT0B8 AMD PltOPIlIKTORS.
Terms Taetdy-fivectnti per week, payable to the carrier
,per month, by mall, $1 ; tbreo month,, ti 60 ; six
months, $5; one year, $8. Advertisements lnierted at
Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe
ted with neatness aud despatch, and forwarded a, per
rder to any part of the country, Payment Jor Job Print
inff mutt be made on delivery of work.
w. is. i$oi i lass.
Practical Watchmaker, ;
And Dealer In
FIXE WATCHES &. JEWELRY,
Ulaln and Union Streets, Dalles.
J. 0. BALDWIN mh21.tr P. W. BALDWIN.
DIEKLAM &, WENTZ,
atfWNITUa-, GLOBR HOTEL BUILDING.
v&&W& uouscnoitt Furniture,
tr.i.jYjiLembracIng Table,, Chair,, Bureau,
'wwiha Bed, and Uedsteads.Beddlng. Carpet,
to., etc., all of which will bo Bold at low rate,. Furniture
Kepatred,and Upholstering: done to order. Al,o,on hand
UattrosBe, and Pillows. Spring BedB made to order, aula
0. B. KOtUBL.
WM. MOABUS &CO.,
O I TY BAKERY,
Comer of First and B Ptreett,
WH0T.K8ALK AND RETAIL DBALKR8 la BREAD,
CRA0K.KUSf.nd Family GK0CKKIK8.
YOrders from a disUuctt carefully filled nad prornpty
WOOIESAIB AND RETAIL SBALS IN
Fancy & Staple Dry Goods,
CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,
. J ATS AN 1J CA PS, AND
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
fire-proof Stone Store, . corner of Main and Court
street,. - oc4-tl
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW
WILL PRACTICE IN THE BUPREM8 AND CIR
cult Court, of Oregon, and the Distrlot Court, o
Particular attention paid to the collection of claim,.
O. UUMASON Dalle,, Ogn. J. A. ODKLL.
By the Night, "Week or Month,
NEXT DOOR TO JACKSON ENGINE IIOUSB.'
m2tf MRS. 8PRKN0ER.
LANGLEY, CROWELL & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALS '
Corner of Clay and Battery Sts.,
. SAN FBANCI8CO.
WM. BROWltr WARMER. 91. D.
OFFICE 7 SECOND STREET, between Washington
Ornci IIoors 9 tolj a.m.; 2to4 m.; and 6 to 10, P. K
Xlt. Ut. W. MITCHELL.
Office WALDRON'S BUILDING.
Rbsibtoob Corner of Third and Washington Btrenta.
C. IJ. BROOKS, M. 13.
'Office At Dr. Crniuc'n Drnn Store.
WE OA LI, Tit HI ATTENTION OF Till! PUBLIC to
the fact, that we have concluded to give lip bus
iness and thore.nre. all parties Indebted to n, MUST PAT
IIP WITUIN NINETY DAYS or legal proceeding, will
we had. M. BROWN JIRO.
Dalles, March 10, 180&. milt
1'' U Si i 1 AC ii 1 I, .11 A If,
IMPORTER, AND WH0L18AL1
Dealers in Wines, Liquors
Miners' Goods, lloat Stores, &,c,
HAVS BEHOVED TO THEIR
NtW STONE BUILDING,
' CORN ek or
Second and Washington Streets,
TkJOW IN 8T0HK A LAHOK AND COMPLETE AS
JLvl sortmcnt of the very best brauds of
WINES A.N LIQUORS.
Also, a full assortment of .'
GROCERIES., STAPLE GOODS.
Constantly receiving onr supplies direct from New
York aud Sau Francisco, we are able aud willing to sell
at a very ,null advance on San Francisco prices. They
hope by adopting a strictly eorrect and prompt method ol
doing buainess, they will receive the patronage cf the pub.
11. . ,elO-tf
HANDLE V &S1NNOTT, l'rop'rs.
THIS POPULAR HO0SX, OFNTRALLY LOCATED,
Hoar the Steamboat landing & Railroad Sopot,
Itas been reonntly enlarged aud improved, and will now
IT WILL BR CONDUCTED a, heretofore, as a FIRST
CLASS IIOU.SK, and the patronage of the traveling
public Is respectfully solicited
S- Baggage taken to the House free of charge. House
opeu all night.
LARGE FIRE-PROOF SAFES TO DEPOSIT VALUABLES
. Dalle,, Oct. 4-tf. " .
-,- MAIN BTBBKT, DALLU, 0RXQ0N,
THOMAS SMITH, Proprietor.
A FIRST-CLASS HOUSE.
IN TBI 0INTR1 OP BUSINESS,
Near the Steamboat and Railroad Landings
Superior Aocomraodatlous for Families and can AO
commodate One Hundred and Fltty Guests.
Meals....... ....'....60 est. ' Lodging....-.; 60ots.
Firs Proof Safe for deposlteof valuables.
Tlooie open 0,11 night. Baggage taken to the House
free of charge. THOMAS SMITH,
CO UMBIA RIVER MINES.
'jX. 13 O O Til,
WHITE BLUFFS, W. T.,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND 01NIBAL DIALER IN
FACE AND SADDLE HORSES FOR SALE. .
K71REIQHT8 CONSIGNFD to my Care for Colvllle
Kootenai, or the Upper Columbia Mine,, will re
ceive prompt attention.
White Bluffs, Oct. 1st, 1864.
NEW FIllJIT, GIIOCEUY
" " AND .
rpHH UNDERSIGNED INFORMS HIS FRIENDS and
JL the publio generally, that he has just established on
Main street, next door to J. Juker, Tobacconist,
A NEW STORE ! -
where he keep, constantly on hand a large assortment o
elected FKUIT. Also, In store acompletestnck ofchoice
GROCERIES. PROVISIONS, VEGETABLES, do.
All of which will be (old, wholesale and retail, at KB
DUCKD PRICES. Come and see and satisfy yourself,
el8-tf JOHN 8P081TO.
COLUMBIA RIVER MINES!
A. E. BOOTS HASKT NITOON.
BOOTH Sc NEVISON,
Forwarding and Commlsalon Merchants
AND DELKRS IN 0ENERAT MERCHANDISE, '
White RIuITh, W. T,
FREIGHT FOR COLVILLH, UPPER COLUMBIA,
KOOTENAI and BLACKF0OT MINES promptly
Mark Good, B. 4 N. Wi lts Bluff, W. T,
Portland Richard, A McCraken, Allen Lewis, and
Hodge ft Calef.
Dalles Bloch, Miller t Co., French k Oilman.
M. BROWN & BRO.,
WBOLBSALB AND RETAIL HEALER, IN
FANCY ANU STAPLE
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, &o.
Mr. M.BROWN, being a resident of San Francisco, we
are enabled to offer great Indcement, to purchasers. Ws
respectfully Invite the publio to examine our stock befor
purchasing elsewhere. mlo-tt,
4f Stone Store, north side Main, street, Dallas. Hg3
Democratic State Ticket
.' JA91LN l. FAY,
' O I Jackson. '
, . FOR GOVERNOR: , ,
JAMES It. KELLY,
' Of Wasco. ' . '
' FOR SECRETARY OF STATE I
' LAFAYETTE LANE,
Of Multnomah. .
FOR STATE TREASURER:
JOtlX V. I1ELL,
.,t . .Of Marlon.
FOB STATE PRINTER!
' ' Of Linn. ' .
FOB PROSECUTING ATTORNEY FIFTH DISTRICT.
J. II SLATER,
. Of Union.
Democratic County Ticket.
.. . For Representatives, ', .
.,' 0. HDMAS0N,
, . ,i For Sheriff,
, A. W. FERGUSON.. .
F. S.HOLLAND. :
For Treasurer, '
A. W. BUCHANAN.
' For Cpmmlsslooers,
G. F. HERBERT,
. HARRISON 00RCM.
For School Superintendent,
E. P. FITZGERALD.
, ' W. T.NEWC0MB-.v .
. " For Corooer,
DR. 0. B. BROOKS.
Tlrglnla City, Montana & Blackfoot
OVERLAND STAGE LINE!
BEX. 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.
Bolie City to Salt Lake City 10fl 00
u Virginia City, Montana 12i 00
- " ' " Missouri River, Legal Tender 1300,
-. - Gold, $100 , 400 00
For farther Information apply at
OVERLAND STAGE LINE OFFICE,
Boise City, I. T., ,
mhodSm ' J.N. TODD, Agent.
TO TEAMSTERS AND DAIRYMEN.
FEED! FEED 1 !
OF ALL KINDS, FOR SAB BY I
' It. II. LAW,
II Fronf Street, Portland,
n!9:tf. Opposite O. 8. N. Warehouse.
GATES &; IIA.TTT,
Attorneys & Counsellors at Law,
DALLES, OREGON. ...
Union State Ticket. -
. FOR CONGRESS .
RVFIJS MALLORY, . , '
GEO. L. WOODS,
Of Wasco. ' .
0R BECRETARt OF STATE : .
SAMUEL E. MAY,
' Of Marion. :';'!
TOR STATE TREASURER:
E. ST. COOKE,
Of Marlon. ; - .' ..''y
FOR STATE PRINTER: '
WA. Mcl'HERSOIV, N
. ' . , Of Llan. , , ,
FOB PBOSECtlTING ATTORNEY FIFTH DISTRlflS
C. R. MEIGS, ;
Of Wasco. .'
Union County Ticket
Vot RepreBentativei, ' .
' H. A. HOGUB, '
O. B. KCEGEL. ' , ' ,
,' For Sheriff,
' R. W.tJRANDALL. ,, , "
For Clerk, "
'.. R. B. REED, '. ".
For Treasurer, .
For Commissioners, ., .
R. MATS, . . " ;
, , . R.H.WOOD, " .
,.' For Assessor
L. L.ROWLAND. . r,
For School Superintendent,
. , T. CONDON. ' , . .
. .,, For Surveyor
' W. B. CAMPBELL.
. ! ' For Coroner, ':
DR. W. B. WARNER. '
, A CARD FOR THE ;
Spring & Summer Clothing trade
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
BADGER & UNDENBERGEB,
Nob. 418 and 418 Battery Street,
Cor. Slervbant, Sam Francisco.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
ENTIBE, NEW - AND FRESH ST0CR
WI WOULD CALL ATTENTION of Country Mer
chants to onr usually large stock of Good,. Onr
stock comprises every article in tha Clothing and Fur
nishing line. We have constantly on hand the largest
and greatest variety of Caaslmers and Wool HATS of
any house In San Francisco, and our prices for these
Good, are less than those of any house, as ws receive
them direct from the manufacturer's consignment. Our
stock of Summer and Fall Qoops It particularly attract
ive, and the great feature to the country merchant is the
unusually low prices.
Loss Than the Cost of Importation!
We also keep the STAPLE ARTICLES In the Dry Good!
line, which Goods we have purchased In this market un
der the hammer, and are ottering them at New York
Cost, and less.
We publish this card In order that we may make new
acquaintances, and Induce those whoha7 not heretofore
purchased of ns, to call and examine our stock.
Good Articles and Low Prices
Are the greatest Inducements to all wio purchase 6
sell again. Merchants who buy of nt can niaks a good
profit, and sell to their customer, at a low figure. Ws
i our UDeiuent servants,
BADGER 4 LINDENBERGER,
Wholesale Clothing and Hat Warehouse,
Noa. 411, 413 and 416 Battery street,
Bon Francisco, April 20,1806. 8mw.
MRS. LEESEK'8 .
FRENCH MILLINERY STORE
Dress Making Establishment;
Opposite Cohn efc Behm's, -
I WOULD CALL TUB ATTENTION of the Ltdlci
the Dalles to my larsa and fine stock of .
BONNETS MATS, FEATHERS
Dress Trlmminen, &o,
Ilavlng secured the services of MRS. FRARY, In the
Dress Making apartment, wo will do all work In that line
and guarantee perfect satisfaction.
DYING done In all colors.
Olvs me an early call, and I will endeavor to rnit
everybody In TASTE and at REASONABLE PBICE8.
Particular attentlor paid to,
' Embroidery and Braiding Stamping,