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Epltomd of Telegraphic News.
compiled raou tui oaiaoxux. '
DATES TO MAY 31.
Chica o, Jane 2. The last report from Ca
ad lat utgut represents tbut troop j were
hurrying to tbe sent of war, and there is a
coalidout expectation of a decbive result
Col. O'Ncil, the officer in command of the
Fenian array now Invading Oanada, 'h the
pjraou turougi) whose inat.umoa ul ty Union
oldiers were forced io choose benyen siar
ving at Audersonvilld and eoti-ring the rebel
army, aud was in the baule of Franklin,'
Teiine-see, wutre h was twice wounded.
.'He entered tue rebeiservice as CapUiu oi the
luth Tennessee Regiment, aud wa atlertvard
made Coiouel. . . ,
Detroit, June 2. All quiet. The Fenians
recognize Stsvens' aufburiiy, and do uot svui
ptiUtse wltn tbe s.veeney moveiueui.
Gen. Sweeney was confidently expected,
but did not come. To-morrow will prove
whether this is true or not.
Detroit, June 2. The details from the
scene of the Fenian invasion which arrived
this morning, show that no collision took
place last night, and no blood was shed save
the rumored shooting of Dr. Simpson Keevil,
Miyor ol Fort Kirie, while reading iho Riot
Act. ' ; .,
' Post Colbourne, at the entrance of the
WellaiMl Canal, was occupied last nigut by
Canadian troops, and several hundred vol
unteers were also last night within a short
distance of Chippewa. Tue Feuittn depreda
tions are therefore confined to n few miles
radius about Fort Erie. Volunteers are rap
idly pouriug forward to tbe neighborhood
from every town on the Canadian railway.
Gen. Napier directs all operations for the
defense oh tbe Niagara froutier." Matters in
Detroit are ve.y quiet, but over 1,01)0 men
are statione 1 at Windsor, but the opposite
fi Jo of the river. . 1 ,
Dufalo, June 2. The river, last evening,
from Bleckroi-k to Touawanda, ws filled
with small bouts carrying Fc-niaus to Oanadi.
It is reported that three Fenians vessels, full
of troops and some cannon, ore at Gravelly
Bar. The Ningara river was pairoled last
night by the United Stales steamer .Michigan,
and tbe tuza Uarrtson and Famer, It is un
derstood that tbe patrol tugs fired on and
Slopped several boats.
Buffalo, June 2. Gen. Grant passed, west
this morning, and telegraphed to G'en. Meade
to assign Gen. Barry to tbe command of tue
Niagara frontier. Gen. Barry is here. A
dispatch from Albauy says that Gov. Fenton
will issue a proclamation to day, warning
the citizens against countenancing the Fe
nian invasion or uanada. It is also stuted
that twelves regiments of State militia are to
be called out.
Later -11, a. x. The Fenians evacuated
Fort Erie this morning, moving toward the
. interior, with the reported intention of cut
tiug the Wclland canal. Two con.panies of
volunteers, comprising 125 men, came down
from PosvColborneat half past eight o'clock
and took possession of Fort Erie, whence
they sent out skirmishing parties in all di
Another Indian Massackk. About the
19th inst., some ilfty Chinamen wore trudg
ing their way tar the mining regions of Idaho,
About five miles before they reached the
Owyhee river, when a large band of Indians,
supposed to number two or three hundred,
attacked, them, and report says, killed forty-
nine. One Chinaman alone, escaped to tell
the news. Laeut. rcnoon dasbel to tb
Ifiound with a squad of soldiers, and found
thirty dead .bodies. He immediately Bent a
dispatch to Maj. Marshall, who, at tbe time,
. was near this place with a company of cav
airy of about fifty men. The Major loft on
Wednesday last for tbe scene of murder.
Our report as yet is meagre. However, it is
stated that when Lieut, Pepoon arrived at
the place bo found numbers of dead bodies
mangled most brc.Huly. In many places five
or sis were found piled together. Tbe Lieu
tenant followed tbe trail about five miles,
ana touna aeaa uniuamon an tue way.
' Union men are foolish to eiert thenxieireg
nj longer for tbe good of their country..
Tbe San Francisco Etamiuet guys, tbe Demo
orati will nurely elect the next President, and
that no more constitutional amendments can
li mtftrt.n Th fhtnti-. la Ann .1,. fa mr.
, . , j ,
13 up. Union men may now lay dOtrn their.
. . "
weapons and rest.
Indian Stealing1. Last nigbt the Iodiaw
came within half a mile of Uoonevillo, RbOut
two miles tram bere, stole 65 bead of mules
from Brigga, Glenn & Wilson's train. Ten
men went in pursuit. Capt. Bohanmm, is
raisins: a company at this place. to follow.
Kino Leopold was called tbe richest ad
meanest man in.Europe.
'Relict Hose CompstnyUegular Meeting This
Evening at 8 o'clock. J O. A. LIEUE, 8cc'y.
Bloch, Miller &: Co;,
. WHOLESALE ;
Gr 1EL O C E JR, S ,
AND DEALERS IN
Wines fc Liquors,
And Importers and Jobbers of
CLOT EE I !NT G-
Boots fc Shoes,
etc., ' etc., . etc.
WK HAVE AN ASSAY OFFICE IN CONNECTION
with our business, undor Ilia entire supervtaiou
of .Mr. Miller. We make returns in Bars. In six hours
We guarantee all our Assays and pay the lllUUtidF
CASH PRIOK for liars. We also pay the Highest
Cash Price for Guld Dust.
BLOCIl, Mf-LLEIt CJ.,
n.y6tf Cor. Main and Washington streets. Dalles.
oFdlnauco No. 39.
to License Hotel and steamboat
Runners. ' t
rjphe people of Dalles City do ordain as follows :
Suction 1. Any person who shall solicit natrnnngo for,
a Hotel or Stetuibont, contnonly called a ' Runner,"
within the corporate limits or Dalles City, shall theretor
procure a License from the Recorder, and shall pay
tnereior into me city treasury the sum or leu Dollars
for every three months. .
Hkc. 2. Any person who shall do business as a runner.
who by malicious misrepresentations shall Injure, or
a'tompt to injure any Hotel, Restaurant or steamboat,
shall, on conviction thereof, be punched by a fine In auy
sum 1)01 exoeeuing twenty donurso earn aud every
Sao. 3. Any person who shall do business as a runner
without procuring a license therefor, shall, on convic
tion thereof, bo punLhed by a flue In the sum of twenty
Sr.o. 4. This ordinance shnll take offoct and be In force
from snd al ter the 2d day of June, 18'6.
lime ,wuy loin. loo. u. a. uil.u a,
II. Catlst, Recorder. mjrMdftt
mtTADAME LK TKLLIEIl WOULD RESPECTFULLY
lYJL Inform the Ladies nf the Dalles and vicinity, that
she is now prepared to do all Kinds or Dlvtsss, CLOAK,
aud PALE 101' making. Also, CUTTING and FITTING
in a uew and improved style, never before Introduced In
tuts mace. .
' 8lie will warrant to give satisfaction, and would most
respectfully solicit a liberal patrouage
In the Rooms lately occupied, by Mrs. White, over
Wegener's store, on nasmngion screec, between aecoua
ami liilrd. ,
Dalles, March 27th, 1806 '
. TP It XJ IT. HTORE
Washington Street, opposite French 4 Oilman's, Dalle.
lias on hand a large aud well-assorted stock of
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
Received dally. A largo lot or CHICKENS always on
hand. FKUlTd of all kinds. FltESU VKGETAULK3
every morning. All articles warrauted.
Give Me a Call. Everybodv
, f. LIEFIE.
J.F. KELLOGG, DENTIST,
Main St., Dalles, Oregon.
AFTER NEARLY SIXTEEN YEARS
' Practice in his profession, would
respectfully inform the citizens of the
Dalles snd the public generally, that h
bits lowed tbe Dental UlUce lately occnnled bv J. V
UUItLEY, Dentist, where he can bo found prepared to at-
icnu io mmo requiring uis proiossionai services, i
Orries Hours From 8 o'clock, a. m., to 12 h ; and from
1 o'clock, p. . to 1 p. v. mtttr
... .Notice. -
THE COMMON COUNCIL OF DALLES CITY, Oregon
will sit as a '-DoArd of Uauilization " at tha Knenr.
dsr's office on Situi- lay, Juuo ill, 1806, at 7 .p. m. All
parties who miy leel aggrlevod by any assessment made
by the Recorder of D.nles City, are hereby requested to
attend, that all errors iu VMiMtion or desurintioii of lots
ino or uiuer propuriy, may ue mere corrected, beforo
ine ony taxus .or iiw curreiu year are levted.
uy oracr oi me uominou uu.ui.cll.
- U CATLEY, Recorder.
ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY ACRES OF LAND, the
property of the heirs of John Halligan, lately de-
j.mn.l . Th. on. I. - k .....I .. .i . i .,.
..v an.... ww.vureuHj UI. 11111 UreflK,
between the clidms ol Theodore MujpHe and Caldwell's,
about three iniles from Dalles Citv. It la well watered.
and contains it good bonne, barn and stable, a good Dr-
ciisru aim auoni iweuiy-nve acres under, iiuprovemont.
syr .aiorin'iiiou or purcuase apply to rather 1. Uespiio, f
'.or d ttes Haft, Attorneys.
uaiies, juay.i, isou, jmj
HO, FOR THE DEALY HOAD!
SNOW OUT OF THE WA. V.
rjniIISRIADISNOWSO FAR COJIPLETKD THAT
, M. it may be traveled by wairom ureal and small with
easa and safety. It Is Nut Less than Fifty Miles Nearer
to uoisu u tsin or valloy, or Owyhee thau any ollior route
from Dulles City. It lias Lower Rates pf tolls, bstter
grass, aud shorter drives bet-een waterlog places than
ny other road across the mountains. This road thouirh
I .ilMimil.l.H l ...1 -...I i W. i ... .
not completed in all its sections, is offered ta , the trav
eling puauc as very reasonable ra es of toll.
Teamsters, puckers and freighters from the Dalles will
do well to examine this road. If thev do not l.ka It.
they can go ttfty miles further round for about three
urn, jus-ion, ana nave no better road.
By order of the Road Company. . my23ml
AdinlalMti aior'H Notice.
NOTICE 13 HEREBY OIVEN THAT ON THE 7TH
day of April. 1800, the undersigned was appointed
admlulstrator of the estate of A. II. Powers, deueartflit.
by the Hon. Wm. Lair 11111. Couutv .Tint z r tii -,m
of Orant.. State of Oregjn, at Clfambers. All persons
uiiiix; viaiu.s against e;iia estate aro Hereby notlnod
and required to present them wlih proper vouchors, to
u unuuiBii.eu. wuiiiu sis montns irom the flute hero
ol, at tlie olllce of F. Aitms, Iu Canyon i)ltyt In said
uuuvj. uiios ' i. h. wen & an, Administrator.
Isaac F. Blooh,
Wholesale; & Retail Druggists,
Main Street, Dalles, Oregon.
WE NOW OCCUPY OUR NEW TWO STORY FIRE
proof Stone- building, opposite Uloch, Miller A
Co.. and offer to the public a full and complete stock of
Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals, consisting iu part of
LAMP WICKS CHIMNEYS
ACIDS. ' -LINSEED,
TRUSSES, SHOULDER BRACES. SUPPORTERS.
Our stock or FANCY GOODS I s of tho finest and bost
quality; new styles ond large atsnrtuieule, such as
LUltlN'SPEIlFUBEKY, 11 A I It,
LUHIN'S TOILET SOAP, FLESH,
COLOUNK, : TOOTH AND '
FANCY SOAPS AND NAIL .HUSHES
TOOTH POWDERS, AND COMUS.
PURE WINE 3 AND LIQUORS,
For Medicinal purposes. .
uur im llltleri lor buying goods are second to none in
the Stme, and wo shall at all times sell at a small ad
vance from cost. Ready sales and small profits.
Carefully compounded at all hours of the day and night.
mutes, aepi. v, '. selu-tf
, . . . TO ' "
Merchants, Families, Hotels and
TULIUS KRAKMER HAVING BOUGHT ins EN.
w tire Stock of Merchandise and Uook Accounts of the
late Ann of M . Seller A Uo.Jn this city, to which he has
aauea or ins own importation while doing business in
t-oriianuj an immense aiocK oi the best manufactured
Crockery, " ' ' Glassware,
Plated Ware, Lamps,
Chandeliers, Table Cutlery
All Kinds of Oils,
All of which he offers at reduced rates. Persona wish
ing to buy any of the above-mentioned articles, will do
well to give me a call berore purchasing elsewhere.
Orders from the interior nrouttttlv attended to. andi
goods packed to go secure. Don't laii to call on me.
ituuio estoue uuildlug, Washington street. Dalles.
' JULIUS Kit AEMER.
Dalles, March lTth, 1805. mhl7tf
ONE HUNDRED MILES SAVED!
Wliite JBluflfe !
THE SHORTEST AND SAFEST RO AD
1 or Land Travel.
Distance from Dalles to White Bluffs..... .....100 miles
:', White Bluff, to Pen d'Olellle..... .100 "
" " , " toColvllle .170
Travelers by land for either of tbe above Gold Fields.
Save Time Distance and Money
By taking the White Bluff i Road.
Wood, water aud Grass
An found on this Road within easy drives , ,
The road Is now open, and possesses advantases over
any other land route from ahe Dalles. '
I'uuil.iieti uv ornor oi
THE CITIXENS OP THE DALLE3.
Dalles, March, 20, 1868. ni20:Jm.
W- 13. DOUGLASS,
(Successor to William Blrnbanm. .
ftxo DiALia m.
TNYITES THE ATTENTIOR OF. 1118 FR1KJ.D8 AND
JL the Public to his choice soloctlon of
New and Fashionable Goods, '
Respectfully soliciting their patronage.
Watohes PROMPTLY and PROPERLY repaired and
Next Door to tho Poit Office.
'Watchmaker and Jeweler,
MAIN STREET, DALLES,
"TTVEALER IN FINE WAT0HE8, JBTOLRY,
J CLOCKS. Gold Pena Rllvar .nH Ill.t.J u. . I
t.lAlHflln. rillt... Am .
swri-articniar attention paid to.renalrlnr flnet
patches, Oloiiks, Jewelry, etc. All Watches repaired by
iue wnrraniea lor twelve mouths.
N. B. All ordors from thfi linnat
or otherwise, promptly attended to.. ...
Main Street Dalles.
mn23" FREDERICK BENZER.
CORNER OF SECOND ANH.WA8IIINQT0N STREETS-
. DALLES',. OREGON, '
JL having fitted up the
above Market in the DE.-T
STYLE, will Keep constant-
ly on hand all sorts of' -
l'resb and Cured Meats,
Of the best quality furnished at the LOWEST. RATE
Sly motto Is to " PLEASE ALL."
PARTIES HAYING SUPERIOR STOCK. FOR SALS
will do well to call at tlie Franklin Market.
, . , JOUN KPPINGER.
Dalles, February 19th, 1868.
W ASSllNUTOIV MARKET
COURT ANttSEC0ND-8TEETS, DALLES, 0REG0.1
JOHN MICHELB ACH, Proprietor.
sePTT WILL KEEP
ffajpconstantly on hand all the varle- 1
slVsiilnlTities that the maraetcan .possibly.
JTRKSra &&. CURED
and alw ays ot tha best quality.
FAMILIES, HOTELS, ANtt STEAMBOATS
supplied orrressonable terns. '
Tbe ruidorslgneq Is always prepared to paythehlah.
eat cash price lor VAT CATTLE. VaVtla. I.
Id good .ooadltlen, ara requested to call on him before
going elsewhere. JOUN MIClIKLEACli.
lunest uurcU41st,lB0oi mb81tf
NQTiaE TO FARMERS.
riMIE DALLES- LUMBER AND MANHFACTDRINQi
X COilPAN Y, has recently attached ,.. . . ; .,
FLOUKING MILL i '
to their Steam Sash and Door Factory, In this City, andl
are now prepared to CHOP FEED, UKIND WHEAT and
CORN, and vmrrant to givoth best, satlifactlou, Obi
hand oonstautly and for. sale i . .' ....
FJf.TR A FAMILY FLOOR,' , ' ' ' ,
. ' ' 8K00MD8 OR M1DDLTN08,.' !' ' !7 ' -BRAN
' " , -CHOP FEED, CUICKEN FEED.. "
-Also, oj Brsperi article of CORN MEAL, from new
The highest marlcet pWc paid for WHEAT, CORN a
.WV -i'.;: ' U. A.110QUK,Ageut.
, . IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF' , : -vi,
Wine tc Liquors,,
PRO NT 8TREET, '
' Part-landi' - ... . Oregon.
OFFERS- FOR: SALS A', TIUIS' LARQH ASSOKt
meiU of.. , . . . . . , (, ., ,
Uraiulle'i,. ' ..;"
. &c, &Ci, , ' ' eta ; T-.t '
3- The Trad Is particularly Invited, to eismlns bv.
stock before purcbaslug elsewhero.. . au3-tf
H. ItE RMA ilV & CO.
, MAIN ST., DALLES, OOPOSITB EMPIRE HOTEL,
J J AVE JUSTREOEIVED A BEAUTIFUL STOCK Of '
SPRING! AND MUMMER GOODS',.
' ! . .Oonslstlog Inpart of-
Fancy and Staple Dry Good.
" ClotlUasr, . .
auvu uw uuar w hii At DSlALtlfir HOW ITS, " . 1
Dalles, Mifroh 27th, I860.. , , ttrSTtf '
MONTANA! IDAHO! WASHOE;
ARB. PUTTING. TJP OVB.
OK1U1NAL SUPERIOR BRAND OF
GkllOirKJD JA.VA COFFEE,
IN DOUDLE. GLAZED FAJER8, '
To pveserve its strength and Otvor for tb length ofi
time required to be I awarded to the above places
' For sale by all tbe Jobl-s, and
HARDEN k FOLDER,
Ploseer Steam Coffee and Spice Mills,
230 Froat Street, Saa-Sraaclsco,'. '
FURS, WOOL and IlIOFSi
rJIIIE IHOHEST CASH PRICE PA FOB . r ,
,':inJIUI,,W.00LKAJ(D HIDES, at
iloCRAKEN, MERUILL A OO.'S I
18 North i'lonS Street, Portland.
J300ISLS !. BOOKS t.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL..
CHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY,
C5 Swndardand lUlssellaneous-WORKa!
Late NOVELS, MAaAZINKS,.PJllPERll1
u ' . V" -Post-Offlcey
fuvutui a, mam street, .vaiiei. . i
CardeaSeedS tor the Million..
ma7"tf H.J.VALDROST 1
' JOHN RINDLAUB. Ps..l.i...
WASniNOTON ST.,' neit deor to FRENCH a OILJIAI.
; , NOTICE.
1"AVn Bl5-HAFI m "Hhorlsed agent
to collect all moneys due me. and att.i i.
m-s.gsncra.iy. ;atfJ .- hi. KENIU. .