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EM . LLES, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE r, 1800.
PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING,
t , (SUNDAYS 8X0KPTKD.) BY ' i
G. COWAE & J. 1IALK.ORA1V,
KDIT0K9 AND PR0PRIKT0R9,'
Cau.ua -IhotHty -Jit cent per week, payable to the carrier
per month, by mail, 41; three months, $2 60) six
( months, $; one year, $8. Advertisement inserted at
-Erery description of plain and fancy Job Printing
'Wed with neatness and despatch, and forwarded ac per
confer to any part of the gun try. Payment Jor Job Print
ting mutt fw made oii delivery oj work.
W. It. liitHH. XSS,
Practloal Watchmaker, j
And Dealer In
ciwe watches & jewelry,
djuiles, Oregon; .
DEALERS IN , . ,
v . , i CORNER OF I
Ulaln and Union Streets, Dalles..
J.O.BALDWIN mh21-tf P. W. BALDWIN .
TURNITURE ! FURNITURE;
DIERLAM & WENTZj
-J tlHITUj ' GLOBB HOTEL BUILDING,'
' !! aa I IP'lll l TtallAnw liainUnil...Pae.
embracing Tables, Chairs, Bare nil
' Beds and Bedsteads, Bedding, Cart )eta
etc., etc., all of wblch will bo sold at low rates. Furnli .ura
Repaired, and Upholstering done to order. Also, on b and
liattrosses and Pillows. Spring Beds made to order, liul'2
0. B. K( IBIi.
. WM. MOABUS &CO;, r
, " m ,
PROVISION STORE, '
Corner of First anR B Streets.
WHOLESALE AND RET AI L DKALKH3 in BI READ,
CRACKERS and Family GROCERIES,
w VOrders from a distance carefully filled and pi ompty
' WH0IIS1 AND UTAH. SIAUR W '' v
Fancy & Staple Dry Goods,
CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,
- 1 BATS ANU VAI'S, ANU ,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
Fire-proof Stone Store, corner of Muin and Court
WM. BROWN WAIUVER. HI. D.
OFFICE 74 SECOND STREET, between Washington
ami Court. -
Orrici Hours 9 to 12 A. 2 to 4 r. H.jancl 6 to 10, r. u
XR. IS. W. MITCHELL.
' Office WALDRON'S BUILDING.
Residinob Corner of Third and Washington Btreats1
... S. Ms IIOLDEltNESS,
403 Front Street,.
i SAN FRANCISCO,
As a BUYER has hal many years' experience In San
Fmnclsco. and ffattora himself as belnir able to aive sat
isfaction. Will All orders for responsible parties, and
allow the usual credits. For advances marie, will clmrge
the customary lntorest. Commissions will be reasonable-,
and suited to the nature and amount of the business.
Kofers to Messrs. Ilumason A OdeU, Attorneys at Law,
For further particulars, address as above. Iny23m3
IVEW FfilUlT, GltOCEUY
,! : : ' I AND .,
flMIB UNDERSIONED INFORMS HIS FRIENDS and
L the public generally, that he has jnst established on
Haiu street, next aoor to J . J uKer, Tobacconist,
' ; A NEW STORE ! .
where he keeps constantly on hand a large assortment o
selectod FRUIT. Also, in store acompletestock ofchnlce
ukuukkikx, ruuviiiuia, VEUMTABLES, tie. i
All of whii h will be sold, wholesale and retail, at RE
DUCKD PRICKS, Come and soo and satisfy vmirself. -i
se!3-tf JOUN 8P081TO.
D. DALLAS! .
0. W. AHME8.
0. W. AR1IB8
: ARMES , DALLAM,
Importors and Jobbers of .
WOOD AI WILLOW WARE,
' . BRUSUES, TWINES, CORDA0B. 4c ' .
And Mannfncturori of
California Tails, Tubs, Brooihs, &c.
217 4 219 Sacramento Street, between Front and Davis
ean rruncinco. ocll:3uidAMr.
' .'it U It II & I L n IV,
IXPORTIRS AND WH0USAL1
Dealers in Wines, Liquors
GltOCERIES, ' (
91 liners' Goods, Uoat Stores, &c,
1 HAVI alMOTlH TO THI '
NltW STONE BUILDING,
. C0B!f n or
S econd and Washington Streets,
' DALLES CITT. ...!
NOW IN STORK A LARGE AND C0MPLBT8 AS
sortnicut of tha very best brands of
, WINES AND LIQUORS.
Also, a hill assortment of
GROCERIES &. STAPLE GOODS.
Constantly receiving our supplies direct from New
York anil Ban Francisco, we are able aud willlni, to sell
at a very small advance on San Frunclsco pricos. They
hope by aduDtina: a strlctlv sorrect and nronint method ol
doing business, they will receive the patronage of the pub.
CO UMBIA RIVER MINES.
WUITK BLUFFS, W. T.,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND OIIflBAL DIAUI IK i
MER Oil AN DI S E !
. 1 - . ' ... .! AMD :,
M1N E RS' SUPPLIES.
PACK AKD SADDLE HOBSES FOB BALE. ,
FREIQIITS C0NSI0NFD to my cara for Colvllle
Kootenai, or the Upper Columbia Mines, will re
ceive prompt attention.
White Bluffs. Oct. 1st, 1864. oe.ttf
FRENCH MILLINERY STORE,
- . . AND I
. Dress Nalilnar Establishment,
Opposite Cohn A Bohm'a,
I WOULD CALL TUB ATTENTION of the Ladles o
tli Dalles to niy lare and line stock of
. FLOWERS, EMBROIDERY, .
BOKKETS, HATS, FEATHERS
Dress Trimmings, &o.
' Having secured the services of MRS. FRARY, In the
J)ress Making apartment, wc will do all work In that line
ana guarantee perfect sncistactlon.
DYING done in all colors.
Give me an early call, and I will endeayor to stilt
everybody la TAbTE and at K BAHUN AULU ritlCfS,
funicular attention paiatg .
Embroider and Braldlne Starr
HANDLEY & SU'XOTT, I'rop'rs.
tait POPULAR H008I, OltflHALLT L00ATID,
If ear the Steamboat Landing & Eailroad Depot,
Has been recently enlarged and improved, and will now
accommodate ... .
rl WILL BR CONDUCTED as heretofore, as a FIRST
CLASS HOUSE, and the patronage of the traveling
publlc is respectfully solicited.
tlf Baggage taken tothe House free of charge. House
opeu all night.
LARGE FIRE-PROOF SAFES TO DEPOSIT VALUABLES
Dalles. Oct. 4-tf.
' ' t MAIN BTRIIT, DALLIS, OElaoH, t '
THOMAS SMITH, Proprietor.
A FIRST-CLASS HOUSE.
. U IUS OINTHI Of DDS1XS98, ,
Near , the Steamboat and Bailroad landiniri
Superior Accommodations for Families and can Ac
oommodate One Hundred and Fifty Guesta.
Ueali,....; .'...60 est. .,. Lodglng..,. ...,60ctsl
Fire Proof Safe for deposlteof valuables.
Honse open all night. Baggage taken to the House
ireeoi cnarge... . . THUHAS HM1TM,
M. BROWN & BRO.,
WBSLESAU AND RETAIL DIALIRS IN
FANCY AND (STAPLE
. GROCERIES, PROVISiONS, &o.
Mr. M.BROWN, being a resident of San Franclscos we
are enabled to offer great Indcements to purchasers. We
rBPiinuuimy invue W9 puono to ezatDineour stock betor
purchasing: elsewhere. m1A.tt
far Stone Store, north aide Main street, Dall.-S
By tho Night, Week or Month,
NEXT DOOR TO JACKSON ENGINE HOUSE. '
"2'f ' MRS. Sl'RBNOER.
O. 13. RROOKS. M..T.
Office At Dr. Crnlsc'si Drua Store.
.1 CALLUS, UKKUON.
Orcgop Steam , Navigation Co.
.. .. .. TUB STEAMERS '
MEZ PERCE CHIEF, .
' SPRAY &
Captains X. V. COB, 0. 0. FELT0N, J. H. D. GRAY, and
T1I0S. J. BTUMF,
Will run dnrlng the season from CELIL0 to UMATIL
LA, WALLULA, WH1TB BLUFFS, PAL0USB and
One of the above named boats will leave CELIL0 for
UMATILLA and WALLULA, on TUESDAYS, T11URS.
SAYS and SATURDAYS.
The Passenger Train. ;-
to connect with steamers at Celilo will start from tha
Railroad Depot, DALIES CITY, at 6 o'clock, A. .
FOR WHITK BLUFFS. ' ,
" THE "YAKIMA,"
CAPT. B. 1. C0E.... .'. Commander.
Will leave CELILO every SATURDAY, for WHITB
DliUATim . ...
FOR LEWIST0N. '
CAPT. FELT0N.,...v Commander.
Will leave WALLULA every WEDNESDAY (upon the
arrival of the steamer that starts from Celilo on Tues
day), for LEWIBT0N.
'.. ' lOR'PORTLAND THROUGH IN 0N1 DAY.
"ONEONT A.', " i
i ' . ' OR
CAPT. J. McNULTY,.,. Commander,
Wilt leave DALLES, DAILY, (Sundays excepted) at t
'o'clock-, A. .,ootmectine by the CASCADE RAILROAD,
with the steamers
WILSON G. HUNT,
CAPT, J. WOLF Commander,
t Portland: FRANK T. DODGE,
, Dalles, A pi 11 8, 1800, nmf , Agent O. S. N. Co.
Virginia City, Montana & Blnckfoot
OVERLAND STAGE LINE! .
DEN. UOLLIDAY, Proprietor.
LEAVE BOISE CITT EVERY OTHER DAY FOR
Salt lake City, Denver City.
. MISSOURI RIVER,
Connecting at SALT LAKE CITY with Concord Stage
- itunning to
Virgrlnia City,' Nevada,
AND SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA.
Boise City to Fait Lake City .$100 00
" " ' Virginia City, Montana !. 125 00
l 11 " Missouri li Ivor. Leiral Tender 300.
Gold, $100 400 00
For further Information apply at : 1
i OVERLAND STAGE LINE OFFrCB,
. . , , Bolls City, I. T.,
mh6d8m,' ,;' J. N. TODD, Agent.
TO TEAMSTERS AND DAIRYMEN !
FEED! FEED ! !)
- y -.i - .AND '
OF ALL KINDS, FOR SAB BY
i ' It. II.3I.iAW,
, 2i Front Street, Portland, ...
nl9:tf..- . Opposite 0. B. N. Warehouse.
GATES &i HAFT,
Attorneys & Counsellors at Law.
JXALLESj OREGON." ,rrt
Maximilian's European Home. A
writer in Blackwood's M&gazine thus
describes Maximilian's home in the
Adriatic: . ..
" Oo a grand bold bluff over the
Adriatic stands one of the most pif
turesqae chateaux t ever beheld, al-
most covering the plateau, save where
a little srjaco is stolen irum the rro
jeoting arm of the building lor a flow.
er knot or a tountain. It displays ,all
that can be accomplished by irregular
outline and varied color. Towerhd
minaret and buttress, projecting win
do w and deep shadowing cornice, with
ornamented architrave and Btained
glass, have done their very bestqnd
made one the most delitrhtful bouses
to live in, and one of the handsomest to
ook at, in Europe, splendid gardens
lie to the rear, backed by a noble forest,
stretching away to the loot of a moun.
tain. . . ; ,
This- elegant establishment . was
built by Maximilian, who lavished up
on it all the resources which ; wealth
and refined taeto could command to
make it an earthly paradise ; yet he
nas lett this sceno ot peaoeiul enjoy
ment for the cares and dangers of im-
periat life among a hostile people. It
is only an other illustration of the rests
lessness of man,-and the folly of ps
ferring shadow to substance and emp.
ty nonor to suDBtantiai oomiort.
Beautify took Homes. Nothing
so unerringly shows a man's charac
ter aDd tastes, as his houae and its
surroundings, when they come under
bis direct supervision. The man who
builds an ungainly house and pays ho
attention to its outside appearance, or
internet arrangements is of a coarse,
uncultivated nature ; wnue ne wno dis.
plays taste in these' matters, bas at
east shown refinement, and the prob
ability is, ttiat his whole nature is of
similar texture.' Everyone who has
a borne ot bis own should pride bims
self on its appearance. If it's nothing
but a shanty, cleanliness and tho exer
cise of a little taste will have wbnd'en
ful effect in removing anything re
pulsive from it, and a very little labor
taBtily bestowed in cultivating a few
ornamental vines or shrubs, will rens
der it absolutely attractive; - A cotem
porary says, " The planting of fruit
trees and vines is a cheap operation,
and every one should plant his yard
... : . u A . i .r.L. i
vritu Buiiio una ui uiuoi ut lUo UcUUU
ful varieties of the trees of our woods
before it is too late." How beautiful
doeB well shaded homestead look
compared with the hot, dusty, naked
premises of the idle and lazy. Plant
trees, plant vinos, cover your , yards
with the shade-of the peaoh, plnm and
grape vine, and save in comfort and
pocket thereby. ( .'
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon1, for t '
county of Wasco, Isaae M. Byans, plaintiff, vs. A. W.
Davis, defendant. . , , . .
TO A. W. DAVIS, Defendant : You, are hereby sum
moned and required to appear and answer.the com
plaint In the above entitled suit, (which has been filed
In the office of the Clerk of Wasco county) within eight
weeks from the first publication of this summons; or if
you fall to do so, the plaintiff will apply, to the Court for
the settlement of the partnership accounts between fl;e
plaintiff and defendant, and for Judgment against the do.
iendant fpr the amount found due the plaintiff, and fur all
the relief demanded in the complaint. ,
By order of Hon. J. O. Wilson, Judge.
my4w8 , GATES A HAFT,
Dalles City, April 28, 1108. - Att'ys for Pl'tff.
Final Settlement. ,.
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN to all persona inter
ested In the Estate of John Loew, deceased, that
F. 0. Pels, Administrator of said estate, has filed his
final account in the County Court of the State of Oregon,
for the County of Grant, and that Monday, the 2d day of
July next ensuing, has been fixed by wild Court for said
final settlement, illy order of
. . ' W. LAIR HILL.
Canyon City, 'May 8, lS56.-myl8w4 County Judgei