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THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 7, 1800.
Abbivhj). The Slatciman Bays that Judge
McBride arrived at Boise City oa May 30th.
. A marbli quarry baa recently been dis
covered in Monterey county, California.
SxvxNTY-Fiyi inches of rain-water fell in.
Mendocino county, California, from October
rat to May 1st.
. Tin theatrical managers of Boston have
combined to keep negroes out of tbelr thea
tres in spite of tbe laws of the oountry. '
A rouNd " swell" in London who dissi
pated, a fortune of $30,000 per year, now
arni f 5 a week as a stage driver,
Miss Macrbady, daughter of the eminent
tragedian, is about to appear before tbe
public as a poeteas.
Dubino last week there left Red Bluff for
IJabo twenty-eight teams, carrying 145,716
pounds of, freight.
' Tbi Post Office is now on Secend street,
about. four doors east of the corner of Wash
ington. Tbe Canyon City Stage Office is oa
the corner of Washington and Second streets.
' Tbi Mayor of 'Mobile- objects to " import
ing negroes" into that city. He did' not
object to the massacre of negroes in that
It is estimated that the amount of snow
on the mountains is double that of the some,
period .last year. It having. fallen .wet, it
Tbi Arizona Miner earnestly urges the
overthrow of the Apaches, now that tbe
regular troops are ciroulated thlough the
Thcqoori Hook once said to a trwn At
whose table a publisher got very, drunk :
" Why, you appear to have emptied you
wine-cellar into a, book-seller." '
TBI Aberdeen (Miss.) Sunny South appear
' witK tta pnlnmnfl flrnnAit In mnnrninir. In tta
i..... w " " ah
issue announcing. tbe passage of tbe Ciftl
Rights Bill over the President's veto.
Tbi Iberville (La.) South says that tbe
people of that section are now enjoying tbe
only two legacies. left them by their North
orn brethrendestitution and' small pox. "
Gin. Stikli and staff . passed through
" town on Tuesday on their way to Camp Lyon,
I. . Tbe party with a cavalry .escort, went
by the way of. Canyon City to Owyhee. .
Tbi Supreme -Court of Massachusetts has
1 decided that a revenue stamp on - note is no
- j.art of it, and need not be added ; nor does
the want of a stamp on tbe note affect the
validity of it unless fraudulenlly.omitted.
Governor Jenkins,.. of Georgia, bus just
issued a proclamation calling on-.the Courts
to enforce the law lately passed for the
freedmen, in order that the necessity for tbe
Bureau may cease.
Jusnci .Yayne, of, the -United. States Sn
preme Court, is about to proceed to Georgia
for the. purpose of holding Court there.'
Chief" Justice Chase still declines t hold a
Court. in Virginia.
' Tai: New Tork Express does' not remember
a-titne id the history of that city .when.tk.ere
were more idle than at present, and rarely a
period when there were more poor peopl
and beggaes. -
Bill Idaho Statesman say that Victor Bow
ley was sentenced last Saturday, to twenty
years io .the penitentiary upon conviction for
murder ialhe second degr.ee.of Jacob Jorjan
Deserved 11 be Rok.
At a recent steeple chase near Liverpool
thirty. hic started ; all the favorites were
beaten, and the winner was a guant outsider
whose owner quietly, pocketed $135,000 by
the race .
A ri.LOW who prided himself onbelng.an
F. F. V., was candidate -fo a clerkship in
Washington.. Being ordored before the. ex
ami nj tig board, he was asked : " Are you
grammarian?" He. answered, "No, sir ;
am a Virginian.'." .
WASCO COUNTY F.LECTIOM BE.
The following is the official vote In this
county, for State- and county, offices. ' Tbe
total number of votes cast for the State ticket,
taking tbe vote oa tbe candidates tor Gov
ernor, is 768. The vote oh the County ticket,
taking.it on the Clerk, is 63,0 :-.
Rnfue Malloryv U... 364
ames D. lir, Di 398
Fay's-Majority ... , : 34
George L. Woods, U 355
James K. Kelly, D 413
Kelly's. Majority 68
For Secretary of State.
Samuel E. May, TJ 367
Lafayette Lane,' D ...-. 388
Lane's Majority 21
For State Treaturer.
N. CnokevU......... 366
John O.' Bell, D ..... 400
Ball's Majority..- 34
For State Printer.
W. A; McPherson. TJ...... 367
James O'Meara, D 397
O Merol Majority '...... 30
For Froieeuting Attorney Fifth District.
C.'R. Meigs, U 302
ii. Slater, D..... . 389
Slater's Majority....; - 87
A. Hogne, TJ .....293
C. B. Kcegel, U 275
O. Hiiroason, & 346
F. I. Dodge, D:.... 350
Democratic Msjprity... ........ .....,.128
For Sheriff1,. . -, , '
Ri W. Crandall, U 2'.8
A..W. Ferguson, U .......349
Ferguson s Majority...... 71
For Clerk. , :
R. B. Reed, U. , 307
F. S.Holland, D. 323
Holland's Majority 16
G. B.- Waldron, fj,:.. 283
, W. Buchanan, D 344
- Buchanan's -Majority . 61
Tbe balance of tbe Democratic ticket is
elected by abaut the majorities above given,
except School Superintendent, which is only
25. " We nnderstand that It is the intention to
contest the election- of County Clerk,' which,
we hope, may pr-ova- true, as there are ques
tions ef tbe legality of. votes which iuterest
toe wnoie community. . .
Tn rivef is receding. It has fallen abont
one foot since yesterday Several buildings
in the rear .of tha.stores on.Maia street next
io the river, have been washed down by the
water. The damage;, don will amount to a
great deal more tbao. we at first thought.
The sidewalks along Main street have been
more or less damaged, and will require con
siderable repairs. It .is thought that tbe
present cold Weather is tbe cause of the re
ceding of tbe. wafer,, and that should the
weather, turn .warm .we may yet expect a
Tbb Fenian optrostlons have taken a new
aspect, at Oswego, New Ydrk. Several boxs
of a ponderous, nature, and marked "ma'
cbisery," having been received at that place
directed to Patrick Regan, a prominen
Fenian, the Government authorities thought
it advisable to investigate. Tbe boxes were
found toontain 140 Springfield rifles, which
were accordingly transferred to-the United
States fort. It Is. ascertained ! that several
hundred -had been already distributed before
the detectives discovered the business.
A New York telegram of May 19th, says
during tbe four months ending April 30th)
48i7?2 emigrants arrived at that port, mak
ing the total 85,813. From this time forward
the heaviest emigration of the year may be
expected, and tbe total is already estimated
at 300, QOO. Tbe Influenoe cholera may exert
In checking oraccelerating the emigration
is not taken ioto.eccountj .
Ma. FiaacsoN requests ns tosay that b
was not one of tbe party whohissed at Oov
Oibbs on Satnrday night last ; he was only
assisting In getting back tbe. cars. We saw
Mr. Ferguson pushing, on tbe cars, and sup
posed that as be was In tbe crowd he, was
equally a party totne aigraceju. conduct
ON-JUNE4TH, between Fifteen Mile Creek and tbls
city. a BLACK POCKET BOOK, containing a Latin
Book, Sacred Oil and. a Surplice, Tin Under will he
imersny rowaruea uy leaving uie same at jtuis Ot i if IS
Rwsmura, if you bare a cold r congh,that HalTs Pul
monary Balsam will core yon quicker than any other
known remedy. Thegenuine Is put up- in fifty cent
bottles only. '..
Colombia Lodge, No. a, I. O. O. P.
Meets every Friday evening at 7. o'clock, in Gates
Uall, corner of Second and Court Streets. Urothers In
good standing are Invited to attend. By order. N. O.
.Wasco Lodge, No. 13, A. F. fc A. SI.
Holds Its stated Com nnlcntlnn' on the Flrft and
Tlilnl MnmlAvs nf oAch month, at their lltlll. In
Dalles City. Brethren In good standing Bre Invited to
attend. By order of tbe W. M.
Beth L. Pori, Sec'y.
Catiiouo Chobch Morning service: Mass, at 10J
pto..V. Kvenlni sorvlce: Vespers and Benediction, at
7M "'flock. Sunday School at 2 o'clock, p.m.
iaijini.u.uinun.'inii . iv......
"W. B. DOUGLASS
HAS REMOVED DURING HIGH WATER Ti) THJS
Store of Julius Ouitz. Je6twf
CAPT, ROBERT COPELEY Master.
Will leave her Landing at ,
Haines' Ferry on Pen d'Oreille lake.
DAILY, SUNDAYS EXCEPTED,
FOR CABINET RAPIDS
ANIMALS - 00
FREIGHT, per ton, weight..... I...50 00
For frelglit or passage, PI''J board, or te
2. t. MOODY, Anent,
9 nEHF.BY GIVEN that there will be a meeting of
the Wuco Cauntv Acricultumt (oclety, neni at tne
Court House. In Hallos Cttv, on 8 ATUKD AY, the 10th
of May, A. D 1806, at one o'clock p. m. A general at
tendance IS SOllClieo, M ail eiuciiuil ui uuiucib .uu vkuvt
important hnslness will publicly be transacted. :
.... nrtl.. LT...tlv fli.nimittil.
f H. Hatt, L. h- ROLAND,
Secretary. . Je2tf , Chairman,
IV O TI CE
a tikrkhy GTVKN TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON.
mm. ilmt. the Annual List of Assessments of the In-
rnul lbianua. for tha Bth Division. Sluts o Orezon,
will he open at my office for examination, for the space
ot ten days Irom tne uaie nereui, wuen sou wuvio y
iiniiii, will Im received relative to anv erroneous or ex
cessive valuations, assessments or enuosrationa returned
lu said List. ...
OlHce on Second street. 2d door above uourt, soutn Blue
E. B. COMFORT, Ass't Asossor, ,
9th Division, State 01 Oregon.
Dalles, June 1st, 1868. )l-10t
N O.TIOE. ,
FROM AND AFTER4THT3 DATE I will be found la
the Law Olltce formerly occupied by liumuson A
Odell.on Main street, over rtahiron's Drug store.
Dalles, May 31st, 18B6. my31tr O. n. DEMHI
Proposalfi lor Fresh Beef.
Orrici vr A. C. B. Foni Dalies, Oregon,
May 30lh, 186B. ,
SEALED PROPOSALS In duplicate will be received at
this office until It o'clock ., Saturday. June 9th,
Moo, tor tne ruruishtng or
To the Troops and Employees at this Post, for the fiscal
rear couimuucuig .jury Ast, iooo, ana euaiug rfaas ouio,
Said Fresh Beef to be of eood and merchantable qual
ity, soil In equal proportion or fore aud hind quarter
meat, (necks, shanks and kidney tallow to be excluded)
and to- bo delivered on such dnyaanoVIn such quantities
as the Commanding Officer of this Post may designate.
I Th necks -of the cattle slaughtered shall be cut off at
the fourth vortebral Joint, and the breasts trimmed down;
the shanks of the fore quarter shall be cut on Irora three
to four inches above the "knee-joint, aud of hind quarters
from six to eight inches above the gainbrel or hook joint.
Each bid to oe accompanied ny a oonu ivnn ai least
two sureties) In the sum of TwoThousand Dollars for the
laithful .perlormance o' the Proposal. contain t- In tbe
Bi.l, In case the Bid Is accepted.
All Bids must state the price par pound In U. 8. Gold
Coin, but payment will lie made 4n such funds as may
be on hand on tbe day ot payment ibs-Uiat purpose, "at
The undersigned reserves to himself the rleht to reject
any or all bids that he may deem unreasonable.
Bidders arc invited to-be present when tin bids ara
Proposals to be addressed to tha undersigned, and en
dorsed thus:.." Proposals. tor fresh Heel."
my30t8 ' Capt. A A, Q. M., U. 8. A , A. C. 8.
DALLES AND CANYON CITY STitiE
Are norruunlng regularly thelt line of '
T1KTWEF.V . " ' H
D ALLKtt &S. OAW YON C1TX
TWICE; A -WEEK, CARRYING
THE U. S. OVERLAND MAJLS
Wells, Fargo &Co.'s Express,
Leaving Dalles every Tuesday and Friday, n-2 o'olook
a. m., aDd Canyon city on tne same uays at d o ciock a. m,
Through In Two and a Half Days
JAMtiS A. IIENDERS0N, Agont, Canyon City.
Dalles Office Next door below Jos. F.lfelt's, Main st.
SAMUEL L. BROOKS, A gmt.
Dalles, May 20th, 1800, - oiy2Utf
IICTION 1KB COMMISSION
No. 100 MilS STREET, DALLES.
TUB UNDERSIGNED THANKFUL FVjR PAST
Favors, respectfully informs the oitiaens of tb
Dalles, and tbe public generally, that be continues to
sell at -
OR PRIVATE SALE,
Mocks, &.C. &c
. RKQULAR SALE DAYS, " '' '
Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Cash Advances made on Consignments,
And PROMPT RKTURK m de of sales.
Out doorand Spoclal Sales attended to Itr any part ot
the tit J.
JOI1M WILLIAMS, Auctioneer.
Main Street, Dalles,
WHOUUULI KI UTAIL PKALZR lit
CIGARS, TOBACCO, , SNUFF;
pipes , & o.
ALWATB III BT0B1 Till BEIT BKANDS 0
Jigars, Tobacco, Matches, &f..
. POCKKT CUTLERY,. -PORT
. COMBS and 1IUUSHE8, o' all kinds, - -r
PERFUMERY. ! evsry doecrlpttoB, -CHINA
, TOYS, DOLLS, eto.
FISH HOOKS and FISHING TACKLB,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, -FANCY
GOODS. cv ' '
Also Powder.8h.ot, Lead, Powder Flasks, Baskets, and
many other articles too numerous to mention. . ;
SSf Interior dealers supplied with Cigirs. Tobacco. etc.
at less than Portland prices, with freight added, oc-a
'SELLING'. OFF AT COST:.
J. GOETZ & CO..
STONE BUILDING, WASHINGTON STREET, DALLES,
Oiler their wollelectsd stock of 4
' ' AND ' ' '
SAN FRANCISCO COST.
GATES & OPIJPIlE
WHOLESALE t RETAIL
STONE BUILDING, WASHINGTON STREET,
Importers and Jobbers of
CHEMICALS PANCY GOODS,
SODA, CORKS - ACIDS,
PURE WINES k LIQUORS, . ,
PAINT3, GLASS A BRUSHES.
A full and complete assortment of all articles In tha -
Phntographio Lisie, at a SMALL ADVANCE ON SAN
4Mercbauta.wlil please get our nricea before order. -
ing below.. ,
Hi L. CIIAPIN, JUSTIN GATES. .
Dalles. - - bacranieuto, Cat.
LAST CHANCE I k
WE WOULD CALL TUB ATTENTION OF TIIK ..
public to the tact that wo are oloslns out one.-
stock, of .
DRY GOODS, , &C., &C..
At Greatly Reduced Rates,
And offer barza'ns which cannot fall to satisfy anybody;,
wautlug articles la our Hue...
Fair. "VVarninj ! '
TE INTEND CI.OSTNG OCR BUSINESS HERB by,
t . the'FIRSTOf JUNK next.and we take this op-.,
portunity of once moro cnllimx i.pon those Indebted to' .
us to rail and tattle. We will not, if we can help It.'
placo any of our uccounts in' the hands of logal collect
tors; but If obliged to d so, we ehall have recourse to
that when this notice expires.
a29tjt M. BROWN BR0. .
Landing Foot of rnlon Street.-.
THE PROPRIETORS ARE NOW PREPARED WITH
STAUNCH AND ROOMY 110 ATS. to cross
Travelers, Horses & Stock,
In a Safe' aud cxpedltlo.ua manner, and at Rensonabls,
Rates. . tSiU