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DALLES, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE O, 1800.
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flBLlSlIED EVERY EVENING,
(SUNDAYS (XOKPTgD,) BY
12. G. COWKE & J. IIALLORAN,
' EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS
liana TwcHty-ftveemtt per week,1 payable to the carrier
iper immtli, by mail, $lj tlireo months, $260; six
mulith, one year, $8. Advertisement Inserted at
low rate. , - t
Kvery description of plain and fancy Job Printing ex
nted with uuutneea and despatch, and forwarded as per
order toauy part of the country. liyuntJor Job Print
in? mwtt be mucie on aWseery of work.
IV. II. DOlt.iL AN.
, And Dealer In .'
VIKE WATCHES . JEWELRY,
'vj i CORNER OF '..'-
Main and Union Streets, Dalles.
J.O. BALDWIN ' mh21-tf F. W. BALDWIN.
FURNITURE I FURNITURE
DIERLAM & WENTZ,
- -J HITIaj OLOBN nOTEL BUILDING,
OT!''i,fij Dallei City, hare on hand a variety
f Household furniture,
J! jSLiU&ikiS rLsmbraclng TableJ, Chain, Bureaus
aSfaW'iniailiijjlg Ueds and Bedsteads, Bedding, Carpets
' etc., etc., all of which will be sold at tow rates. Furniture
Repaired, and Upholstering done to order. Also,on band
IdsUrram and Pillows. BpringBeda made to order, aula
0. B. KOtUIL.
WM. MOABUS &.CO.,. i'
t . . , . ABB
Corner of First and B Streets.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS In BREAD,
CRACKERS and Family GROCERIES.
0rdera from a distance carefully filled and prompty
. . . WH0IK8ALI 1X9 UTAH. DIAIXB IN
Fancy & 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. ' nc4-tf
WM. BROWN WARNER. M. D.
OFFICE 74 SECOND STREET, between Washington
Ornos Hours 0tol2 A. H.; 2totp u.; and 8 to 10, r.u
DR. 13. W, MITCHELIi.
' Office WALDUON'S BUILDING.
'Hr.siD!Ci Corner of Third and WaBhliiKton Btrenta-
. 8. M. IIOLDEENESST
403 Front Street.
' SAN FRANCISCO,
As a BUYER tins hal many years' experience In San
Francisco, nml flnttors himself as befnn able to give eat
Isfnetlon. Will fill orders for responsible parties, and
nllow the usunl credits. For advances mndo, will charge
tlio customnry interest. Commissions will be ronsouv
hie, and suited to the nature and nmonut of the business.
Refers to Messrs. Humoson A Odell, Attorneys at Law,
Dulles, Or'eijon. .
For further pnrtlculnrs, addross as above. fnySbmo1
NEW FRUIT, GKOCERY
fjMIB UNDERSIGNED INFORMS HIS FRIENDS and
L the public gonerally, that he has Just established on
Uain street, next door to J. Juker, Tobacconist,
A NEW STORE!
where he keeps constantly on hand a lnrrje assortment o
selected FRUIT. Also, In store a complete stnflt ofcholce
OHOOERIKH. PROVISIONS, VEGETABLES, ifo.
All of which will be sold, wholesale and retail, nt UB
DUCED PRICES. Come and see and satisfy vonrself
aoia-tf JOHN SPOSITO.
B. DAILAM . v 0. W. AIIIIEB. 0. W. AMIES.
' ARMES DALLAM,
' , Importers and Jobbors of .
WOOD AKI WILLOW WARE,
BRUSHES, TWINES, CORDAGE, to.
And Mnnufacturersof -
California Piills, Tubs, Brooms, &c.
217 ft 210 Sacramouto Street, betwoon Front and Davis
Can Francisco. . ocll:3mdw.
F At E IV II Ac Ul L M A IV,
MP0RTEB8 A!ID WB0LISALI
Dealers in Wines, Liquors
Miners' Goods, Boat Stores, &c,
BATI S.UfOVID TO III SIR
NEW STONE BUILDING,
Second and Waslilngtou Streets,
NOW IN 8T0RK A LARGE AND COMPLETE AS
sortmcnt of the very best brands of
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Also, a full assortment of .
GROCERIES & STAPLE GOODS.
Constantly receiving onr supplies direct from New
York atid Ban Francisco, we are able and willing to sell
at a very small advance on Ban Francisco prices. They
hope by adopting a strictly torrect and nromot method ol
doing business, they will receive the patronage cf the pub
CO UMBIA RIVER MINES.
:'a'.'b."boot II ,
WniTB BLUFFS, W. T.,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,;
. AND OIIfBBAL BKAL1B IN
- 1 ' ' ' AMD '
.. PACK AUD SADDLE- H0KSE3 FOB SALE. '
FREIGHTS C0N8IGNFD to my care for Colvllle
Kootenai, or the Upper Columbia Mines, will re
ceive prompt attention.
White Bluffs, Oct, 1st, 1864. oc 9,tf '
FRENCH MILLINERY STORE,
Dress Making Establishment,
Opposite Colin oV Bohm's,
I WOULD CALL THE TTENTIONof the Ladles o
the Dalles to my lare and fine stock-of
BONNETS, HATS, FEATHERS
Dress Trimmings, &o.
Having secured the services of MRS. FRARY, In the
Dress Making apartment, wc will do all work In that line
and gunrantee perfect satisfaction.
DYING done in all colors.
Olve me an early call, and I will endeavor to suit
everybody in TASTE and at REASONABLE PRICES.
Particular attention putd to ,
Embroidery and Braiding Stamping;,
DALLES, OREGON. ' .
HANDLE Y & SLVNOTT, I'rop'rs.
, THIS POPULAR HOUSE, OBNTRALLT LOCATED,
Near the Steamboat Landing & Bailroad Depot,
Has becu recently enlarged and Improved, and will now
accommodate . - .
IT WILL BR CONDUCTED ns heretofore, as a FIRST
CLASS HOUSE, and the patronage of the traveling
public is respectfully sullcitel.
A3 Baggage taken to the House free of charge. House
open all night,
LARGE FIRE-PROOF SAFESTO DEPOSIT VALUABLES
Dalles. Oct. 4-tf.
, MAIS STREET, DALLES, OREGON, . .
THOMAS SMITH, Proprietor.
A FIRST.CLASS HOUSE.
' IN THE CENTRE OP BUSINESS,
Near tho Steamboat and Bailroad Landings
Superior Accommodations for Families and can Ao
commodate One Hundred and Fifty Guests,
Ml ...i 60 est. Lodging....: ,....60cts.
' Fire Proof Safe for deposltoof valuables.
9i nouso open all night. Baggnjre taken to tho House
free of charge, THOMAS SMITH,
, ml'8-tf Proprietor.
M. BR0WH & BRO.,
W1I0LE8ALB AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
CANCY AND STAPLE
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS; &o.
Mr.M. BROWN, being resident of San Francisco, we
re enabled to oner great Indcemonts to purchasers. We
respectfully Invito tlie public to examine our stock bofor
purchasing elsewhere. ml6-tt
Stone Store, north side Main street, Dalles. "070
' TO LET, .
Ey the Night, "Week or Month,
NEXT DOOR TO JACtCSON ENGINE HOUSE.
"2tf ; ; MRS. SPRENOER.
C. R. BUOOKS. M. .
Ofllce-At rr. s-rrtlii'n Drutj Store.
Oregon Steam IVaYlgation Co.
, THE STEAMERS i ';,
REZ PERCE CHIEtf,
' ' TEXIXO,
r . YAKIMA, -
' SPRAY & '
Captains E. V. C0E, 0. C. FELTON, J. H. D. GRAY, aud
, r:. THOS.J. STUMP, ? :
Will run during the season from CELILO to UMATIL
LA, WALLULA, WHITE BLUFFS, PALOUSB and
One of the above named boats will leave CELILO for
UMATILLA and WALLULA, on TUESDAYS, THURS
DAYS and SATURDAYS.. , i
; The Passenger Train
to connect with steamers at Celllo will start from the
Bailroad Depot, DALLES CITY, at t o'cloct, A.M.
FOK WHITB BLUFFS.
1 THE "YAKIMA,"
CAPT. E. F. COB.....,....'.......'. .Commander,
Will leave CELILO every SATURDAY, for WHITE
BLUFFS. I v ,
FOK LEWI8TON. '
; THE "OWYHEE,'
CAPT. FELTON Commander.
Will leave W ALLULA every WEDNESDAY (upon the
arrival of the steamer that starts from Celllo on Tues
day), for LEWISTON.
I0S PORTLAND-THROUGH IN ONE DAY.
O WE O IV T a;-, "
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CAPT. J. McNULTY, ....Commander,
Will leave DALLES, DAILY. (Sundays excepted) at t
o'clock. A. at., connecting by the CASCADE RAILROAD,
with the steamers
WILSON G. IITJINT,
CAPT. J. WOLF Commander,
t Portland. FRANK T. DODGE,
Dalles, April 8, 1806. nl2tf Agent 0. 8. N. Co.
Virginia City, Montana & Blackfbot
OVERLAND STAGE LINE!
BEX. HOLLIDAY, Proprietor.
g COACORD STAGES
LEAVE BOISE CITY EVERY OTHER DAY FOR
Salt Lake City, Denver City,
Connecting at SALT LAKE CITY with Concord Stages
, llunnlng to
Virginia City, Nevada,
AND SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA.
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Boise City to fait Lnko f Ity $100 00
' " " Virginia City, Montana 126 00
" " " Missouri River, Legal Tender fctOO,
Gold, $100 ,., 400 00
For further Information apply at
OVERLAND STAGE LINE OFFICE,
liolse City, I. T.,
mhed3m J. N. TODD, Agent.
TO TEAMSTERS AND DAIRYMEN I
FEED ! FEED ! !l
' SAND- ,
0J ALL KINDS, FOR SAE BY . . .
II. II. LAW,
. ' 2; Front Street, Portland,
lfl:". N Opposite 0. 8. N. Warehousa.
GATES So HAFT,
Attorneys &roiinseHors at Law,
EASTERN NEWS, ,
' Washington, May 29.Xbe Commit
tee od Ways and Means, alter holding
daily sessions for two months, are ta
king a short rest before completing
tbe revision of the tariff, which . they
have not as yet discussed ouly in a
general way. A comparison of opin
iopa leads however to the belief that -few
important cbaoges will be made
other than those required to harmo
nize the tax on imports with the inter,
nal tax as imposed by the bill just
passed by the House. . It is possible
that additional protection will be giv
en to some articles, but there is ground
to believe that the wool and iron in
terests which are clamorous for heavy
duties, will be disappointed.
Washington, May 80. Tbte feenato
took up the Constitutional amend-
Mr. Poolittle moved to amend the .
first section by inserting tho words
"IndianB hot taxed."' ' 1 ; '
Mr.. Co wan thought it belbnged to
the States to say who are oitifcens. ",
Mr. Johnson said very serious ques
tions had arisen, and some of them
bad given rise to much embarrassment
as to who are citizens of the United
States, and what are the rights which
belong to them. The object cf tbo
amendment was to settle tbe question.
He thought tbo committee, to whom
the subject was referred, and by whom
the report had been made, bud acted
wisely in defining what citizenship is.
He knew of no better way of accom
plishing that than the ono adopted by
the committee. Mr. Johnson tbtsn
passed to the amendmont of Mr. Doo
little, and expressed' bimsolf in iavor
of it. He (Mr. Johnson) hoped that
the. friends - of the joint resolution
would adopt it.
Mr. Howard said that the great ob
jection to Doolittlo's amendmont was
that its effect would be to naturalizo
all Indians who paid tuxes. Mr. Duo
little says tho words to his amendment
were in tbe Civil EightsBill, in a pro
vision similar to that which now was
proposed bs a constitutional amend,
ment. The Civil Eights , Bill under
took to do tho same thing which is
now in progress here, declaring who
shall be citizens. This declaration of
Congress was without validity unless ,
a constitutional amendment should be
brought forward to enforce it. ; Tborei
fore, ho professed to report this amend
Mr. Fessendcn said sucb doubts were
novor expressed in tho committee of
15. During all the discussion In tho
committco, tho subject was not mom
Mr. Grimes said that Mr. Doolittle's
charges was not only an imputation
upon the committco, but upon every
Senator who voted for the Civil Rights
' After some romarks by Mr. Sauls
bury, the ayes and noes were demund
ed upon the adoption of Doolittlo's
amendment to insert tbe words men
tioned.' Disagreed to; ayes, 10; noes,
20. . , .
The Secretary of War to-day sent
to tho House tbo report oi Gen. Stone
man on tbo Momphis riots. Stonemun
says tho investigation shows, 24 ne
groes killed, 8 of whom wero dischrged
New York, May 30. Suspicions Frn
ian movements lead to tho'belief that
Gen. Sweeney is on tho war path, and
means mischief. Bodies of armed
Feiiinns nre reported leaving Cinrin
nati, Indianapolis, Cleveland and other
points on the Canada border,