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Married by Mistake. Tbe S. F;
-Morning Call, of May 10th, 'tells the
following story :
( On Sunday last, a party of matrimonially-inclined
persons got things
strangely mixed, in a style that is any
thing but agreeable, and necessitates
an appeal to the Courts to remedy
the mistakes of a moment. It appears
: that two young hearts, yearning to
"enter into matrimonial copartnership,
. obtained a license permitting them
to consummate their desires, and ar
ranged all the preliminaries for the
ceremony to take place in church,
down town. On Sunday evening,
the party, consisting of the gentle
man, and a friend who was to officiate
B8 attendant, and the ladynd a fe.
male friond who was to act as brides,
maid, repaired to tbe church. A is
tisual in such cases, 'tbo parties were
very nervous, and 'hardly knew how
to conduct themselves in fact to this
, nervousness is attributed all the diffi
culty they have since experienced
When the fuinister called upon them
to come forward and take the required
oaths, ibeydid so, but by some moans
which -cannot be explained, tbe brides
maid took the place of the bride, and
the mttrriage ceremony was comple'
tod, and the marriage ring placed up
on her finger, before the mistake was
discovered. Here was a pretty dilem
ma. The parties were legally mars
tied, and tbo was'to-be bride left out
in the cold. ,. All parties retired from
.' the church in good order, and but few,
if any, of those in the congregation
were, aware of the faux pns, but when
they reached Home the reader may be
assured that there was no end to fem
inine tears and masculine curses. But
all availed nothing they bad to com
promise matters and yesterday they
were consulting a lawyer, who thinks
he can induce one of the district Judg
es to either declare the marriage null
and void, or grant them a divorce In
the meantime, tbe marriage between
the original parties is indeifinltoly
Prentice on Sumneu. The Louiss
villa Journal thus frails the hero of
Brooks' rattan for his attack npon
Gen., Grant. As the N. Y. World says,
what General Lee failed to do, Mr.
.Charles Sumner, of Masschusetts, has
undertaken to accomplish.
" The American people, who believe
that the Eepublio owe something to
the soldier who led our armies to fin
al victory over the rebellion, will be
edified by the modesty of Massachu
setts Senator who, tbo other day ass
sailed, scrap. book in hand, the honor
and veracity of Ulysses S. Grant
Gen. Grant has seen theSouth. Mr,
Chas. Sumnor has never vontured be.
yond the line of our National bayonets,
arrayod for war. Grant defeatod tbe
. gallant armies which, for four long
years, held at bay the wbolo power of
the Union, bumner wasignomimous-
ly tnrasljcd with a. cane by a South
Carolina representative, long since
dead and turned to dust.
The hero of a hundred fights recom'
mends that the Southern peoplo been
trusted with their own affairs. Th(
vitftim of Mr. Preston Brooks, writh
ing etill with an impotent lust of per
sonal vengeance Upon tbe innocont
fellow citizens of a rash and hasty
man, whom God has removed from all
retribution, shrieks out foul mouthed
abuse of the President, and clamors
for the practical abolition Of the Con
stitution and, tbe Union. ....
Heavon forbid that , we should of.
fend common sense and patriotism of
the American people with argument
in such cases as this. ..Never were
tho man and the fanatic brought more
sharply face to face than here. Gon
Grant fought to save the Union and
the Constitution. Did the heroic
Americans who fought under General
Grant, and with him, fight to Salve the
welts and scars scored upon the broad
back of Mr. Charlos Sumnor by a dead
Congressman from South Carolina,?"
Umatill a 13 ois e
Express and Faft Freight Line.
THIS LINE IS NOW IN COMPLETE .RUNNING
order from Umatilla to Idnl.o City, via -noire City,
and prepared to 'carry Freight and Valuable Packages
between thine and all intermediate points wth certainty
Tbe Llnela Stocked with the Beat Teams
the country affords and entirely '
eitij5iS WAGONS, J
'Which InAiires Fpeed Mid Snfcty In the trnnemlsrinn of
'Freight, ntmr before ottered to Idaho. We ofler po
rlor inducements forBhinrinn Goorii iron. an I'rnncieco
and Portland to Idaho, its vtir arriufienu'nt with the
Ocean Steamship CompMiy mid the Oregon Steam Navi
gation are encu time an uouia snipped uy mis Line win
nut be subject to the usual delays, but puss through u
ITust ITreIg;lit.- '
, i - .i.t i r ... c .. .. v , ! ..... .. MBH ... nnM,.
uihhib Biiif Jvti ,, out run rmiii iri. ... uni a. . vji
land, Charges will be paid uud Goods shipped to deetiua
tion. GOODS SHOULD BE MARKED: CARE B. M. D. k
CO., F. LINK, ami Shipping UecelptB rout to our Agents
t Portland and Umatilla.
Advance Charges for Transportation Paid
by the Line and Collected at Destination. Goods will lie
lorwarded wltu jjtspatcti to owynee ana Bouttt noise.
PASSENGERS CARRIED AT GREATLY REDUCED
RATES. Families will be furnished with Superior Ac
commodations In New and Easy Riding Thorouiih Urace
Wagons on the Most Liberal Terms, Vi e lay over eacn
night oil the Road at Good and Convenient Stations, so
that passengers will not be deprived of regulacrest.
AQKNTH I (-
RICHARDS McCRAKKN.. San Francisco
RICHARDS A McCUAKEN Portland
JOSEPH TEAL Dalles
POWELL t O'K. Umatilla
B. WILKINSON LeUrand
B. M. DuHKLL CO .Boise City
II. M. DuRKLL CO Idaho City
MAJOR SPKElt .....Kocky liar (South Boise)
DuRELL A MOORE Kuby and Silver Cities
v B. BI. DuRELL & CO.,
n25tf - , Proprietors.
Oil AOSNf IK CALIFORNIA. IOB
TILTON & McFARLAND'S
Fijre A: Burglar Proof Sales.
J-Constantly hand a full assortment of SAFES.
, . 318 BATTERY STREET,
Jy6-6m San Fpuicisco
COLUMBIA RIVER MINES !
A. E. BOn... HARRT RETISOS.
BOOTH & NEVISON,
Forwarding and Commlnlon Merchnnti
AND DELERS IN GENERAT MERCHANDISE, . .
FREIGHT FOR COIVI1.I.K. UPPER COLUMBIA.
KOOTENAI and BLACKFOOT MINES promptly
Mark Goods B. N., White Bluffs, W. T,
ronmsD Richards McCrukcn, Allea Lewis, and
Hodge 4 Calef. .
DAtira Bloch, Miller A Co., French A Oilman.
DR. DAVY'S SPECIFIC
An Expeditious Cure for all diseases of the
SKXU A. L ORGANS.
rBlIHR prompt and efficntimri Remedy for the cure
M, Gltonorroeu, Meet, Strictures and DieenspB of the
Urinary Oipanfl. mnkeH a Hpeedy cure without tho least
reHtrictipn to diet, exposure or change In application
bufllneas; it will radically cure any cnae wliich can be
produced. The dinense It removed as Rpecdily as iscon-
sintent with the priMlurttoiiof a thorough and permanent
cure. Further, the frtHeane cannot be contracted if the
81'KCIFIC COMPOUND Is taken when QXpoBed,
Its Ingredients are entirely vepetable.aild no injurloui
elTect, either constitutionally or locally, can be caused by
Price One Dollar and Fifty cents per bottle. Sent by
Express carefully packed.
II.lCTL''l'TL'll C1TTTT A TIV1V 1 rrnntm
4U1 and 403 Uuttery street, cor Clay.
Jy22-0m. .San Francisco.
Hard Wood Lumber.
CARRIAGE AMD WAGON MATERIALS
WE HRQ TO CALL ATTENTION of Carriage Man
ufacturors and Dealers to the Large and Com
nU'te aseortment of CAHH? AGE and WAGON MATKKI
ALS we are constantly receiring from the Kant, specially
nelected for the Cfriifornia market, comprising. Oak,
Hickory, and Second Growth Aah Plank, Hickory Axles,
Wagon 1'oh'S. uubs,rpikes, felloes, ltlm,Bhalts,&o.c,
which we ofler at the lowotCuBh Prices.
49" Orders addressed to our house will receive promp
attention. N. W. 11HAGG A CO.,
. Jel6:3m. . 20 A 31 P.nttory Stre&t. Snn Francisco,
and 17 A 10 Seventh Street Sacramento.
C. WATKHnOUBK, 11. W. Bkago A Co., J. W. Lehtkr
San Francisco. . Sacramento. ISew York
LANGLEY, CROMLL & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE
Corner of Clay and Battery Sts.,
BOTTLED BEEB. .
rpnllK UNDEIlPIONKn IS NOW PT7TTINO UP AS
JL encellent riete of ROITLED lU.Klt, wliich lie will
deliver to drillers or prirato rnmilles in qunntitlrit to
suit. Orders left at the 1'u.iladplpli'e, r.rewnrv will be
promptly etlendi d to. , U, 80N'KKNS(illMN. .
Dalles, Muy KJO, 1868. . iiijKltf
THESE JUSTLY CELEBRATED BITTERS A1IK
last driving ail ot hen from the ntarki't. as they
aro acknowledged, hy all who use tl etn and the Mi'dtcal
Fratt.nity iteuerally, to he the PLtASAM'iST and
utost fellicaciou Remedy for '
Loss of Apctlte,
Fever and Ague,
In all Its distressing forms.
ARB AN EXCELLENT APPETISER.
Rosenbaum's Bitters .
ABE STRENGTHENING AND INVIGORATING.
ARK AN AGREEABLE TONIC. .
Boseitbauni's Bitters .
Are made In the most carefnl manner, from pure old
Wheat WhlKkv. medicated with roots and herhs esueri-
olly adapted lor the cure of all Btomach and Liver dis
TRY TIIllM S
For Sale everywhere br Dnuretste and Llauor Dealers.
orby , IN.li. JACOBS A CO..
' ' " 4i front street,
. . , . .. San Francisco.
SMITH & DATIS,
Portland. Agents for Oregon.
A CAltD FOR THE
Spring & Summer Clothing Trade
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
BADGER & LINDENBERGER,
Nos. 411, 13 and 415 Hattery Street,
'Cor. Dleroliatnt, San Francieoo. .
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
EyriBE 'kew'And 'fresh'swck
WE WOULD CALL ATTENTION of Country Mer
chants to our usually large stock of Goods. Our
stock comprises every article In ti e Clothing and Fur
niehine line. We have constantly on hand the larnrest
and greatest variety of Cashmere and AVool HAT8 of
any house Jn ran t rancisco, Mint our prl es for these
(loodsnre less than those of any house, as we receive
them direct from the manufacturer's consignment Our
stock of Hummer and Full Goo(is is particularly attract
ive, and the grunt reature to the country merchant is the
unusually low prices.
Less Tban the Cost of Importation!
We also keep the 8TAVLK ARTICLRS in the Dry Goods
line, which Goods we have purchnsed In this market un
der the hammer, and are ottering them at New Yolk
Cost, and lews.
We publish this card In order that we may make new
acquaintance, and induce thofe who have not heretofore
purchased of us, to call and examine our stock.
Good Articles and Low Prices
Are the greatest inducements to all who purchase to
sell again. Merchants who buy of up can make a good
profit, and sell to their customers at alow figure. We
remain, rofpectiuny, ...
Your Obedient servants,
.UADGKK t LTNPKXflETlGKrV .
Wholesale Clotbinir and Hat Warehouse.
Nos. 411. 413 and 415 Battery street
con jrrancisco, 4pru zu, muo. smw.
Jackson saloon i
CORNER COURT A NO SECOND STREETS
rgpiIH TTNDERRIQNFD, HAVING REMOVED FROM
-XL TIIK "uEM.A UMOr UKLLAH, , ,-,
Gates New Building:,
Rrp to Inform the pnbltc that toey urt prepared to serTe
tuelr custuDiers wltu the uesl v. -
Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
TUB MARKET AFFORDS. ALSO, A
Free Lunch ! , ,:
Erery day and evening. '
.. ' E. BCHt'TZ b B. KLfclN,
Curlier Washington and Front Streets,
; PORTLAND, OREGON. . '
ITRST-CLASS ItOTEL. LARGEST IN THE STATE,
AN OMNIBUS will attend all the Boats and convev
Passongers and their haggnce to the lionse Free of
Charge, or to any otner House in tne uiry ror oo cents.
S. COFFIN. I'ronrlotor.
P. S noT AND COLD BATHS in tho House.
All the Steamers fur Oregon City. Vancouver. Monti
cello and Astoria laud at the Lincoln House Wharf.
sepl:3m , '
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A CALL MEETING OF
the "Flock ItaiKcrV Mutual Aid Society" will be
held at Union School House, near A. I). Bolton's, ou
Fifteen Mile Creek, at 1 o'chick p. m on Saturday. June
2d, 1300, lu)23td L. L. ROW LAND, C, 8, A. S.
IIIS CELEBRATED . ... .
(Callpd the New York Improved, or fievmonr ft Mor
gan.) Combiut'd Macliiue, with grejit improvements,
kaviug a . , '
. Steel Cutter-Bar,
And can bechanged from ft Reaper to a Mower tn ten
minutes; cuts 6 nnd fpet swaih. within one Inch, or
twofeet Irom lhe grtuind; will cut 18 to 2(1 acres per
duv: can be m..'.! with tm'o or more horres; will work on
a..'.- it. ....'II . .. n'l.. .
O.l'B II iblA. W'lr.o wr i..u'...ir w.i. u.. ilirj niv
easier to get the grain off than any other Machlue. leav
Ing It out of the way of the Reaper,
Cuts a Seven-foot Swath ; and will cut 80 acres per day
McCormlck'a 6-foot Beeper & Mowers )
Ball' . i
Manny's WooiVt Prize Mower's
Vulon, Buy State, Klrby'a. etc., etc, ,
also . :
Pitt's Tinprovert Tln-esli-
' liigy JUucliines, , ,
Russel's, Mns-.sillon and
: i Thirty to thlrtylx inch Cylinders. Also,
IIAINES' ILLINOIS IIARTESTI'.R, (Header)!
WIltR IIORFK-llAKliS, on wheels; ' '
KKTOLV1KQ " nil sir.es I . '
PORTABLE POWER II AY-1'RESSES.
yith general assortment of
AG IJIClln ilAL GOODS ;
As low as can be purchased elrewhoM. -
' J.D.McAMTHUR AcSOTV,
' Corner of California and Davis street,
Diy2tm4' ' SJIf FlfAA'ClSCO-
DRUGS AND PATENT MEDIClHES!!
DRUGSAND PATENT MEDICINES!!
DRUGS AND PA TENT MEDICINES !!
WO0LXSAL1 AND BIT Alt
DRUGGIST,. ;. . ;
Washington gtreet, between Main and BeconoT Streets
J LEMON Is ahle to supply parties in want of Drngi,
Patent Medicines. Chemicals. Acids, Perftlnierv,
and every other article enumerated with the . ' "
WHOLESALE DRUd BUSINESS,
At the lowest market rates. -
Physicians and Merchants Intendlpg topurchan.
for the Mines, will do well to give him a call.
TRUSSES & SHOULDER BRACES. .
In great variety.
Washington St., betweon Main adn Second.
I'OEiTLASl) FOUNDR Y
FIRST STREET, between Yamhill and Morrison.
ATI tetim Engines
power.elther Portable or
Stationary. Also, CIR
CULAR SAW MILLS
on hand. Also. Hay Pros- -M.Wl&UuVi
sns of all sizes; Planing
nattem Wrousht and Vr-.:-
C,,mt tNin wrnrlc fur Var. Ti?
tical'Sawand Grist mills; IifTZLZZ
Brass and Irou Castings
WROUGHT IKON WOKK
of every description. I am also prepared to furnish1
Quartz Mills complete, of the Latest &
most Improved Patterns.
These Mills can beforwarded to any part of the mlnea
as the weight of the entire machinery will not exceed 3,
000 pounds. , i r
Horse Powors & Agricultural Implements'
manufactured loorderattlievery LuWESTCAHH P1UCI.
N. B. Particular attention paid to REPAIRS. fe2U-tf
. Public Sale- . , . .
' Of Land for Delinquent Taxes fob 18Gt 1
BY VIRTUE OF A WARRANT ISSUED OUT OF
tbe County Court of the State of Oregon, tor the
Couuty of Wasco, on the Hth dny of April, A. D. 18t)o,
and to me directed, for the collection of delinquent taxeM
lr the year 181 3-4-ti6, 1 have this day levied ui the
following described pieces and parcels ol land, lying (nil
be!3g in said State and Couuty, in Dalles City, according
tn the plat thereof, and on the 2Sd day of J Hue, A. 1).
1806, 1'wlll expose the samo,'or so much thereof as shall
be necessary to pay the taxee and costs due thereon for
the years SG3-64-6, at publie auction, at the Court
House door in Dalles City, in said State and County, be
tween the hours of 9 o'clock a. m.1ind4 o'clock p. m.,
to the highest bidder therefor, in U. S.Oold Coin. .. .
HAMS, . , , , ,101.-. M0C1V, TAX. ,.
Jits. II. Fruit, (Litngliiln's sd) 1863 12 ' 0' "$6Cn-
. " . .i. 18M U - t)ta
John Grant " ..186 4 IS .... .
"' 2 14 ' ' ' 8 00
Simeon Bodylcts " ' ptlO . 8 ; M 80
Mrs. M.llulton(Trevltt'sad).. ' II l .8 00
Mrs. H.' Bell, (lilgelow'iud)'.... " 11-12 A : 4 0O
" ... " vao " 4 00
ChM. CmltnVe '.'' "' ... " 2 . ''SCO
George II. Elliot " ... " ;12 :.8.. loot)
Jos. II. Fruit, (Laughlin's ad) " Vi 9 8 00
Frank Ilanka " " .. " 1 14 .. S6SO
Geo. Johnson 34 8 , 8 0t
A. P. Minear . " .. " partll 1 ' 16 On
Francisco Velardo- " .. " ptofU 6' .12 00
CnARLF.S WHITE, SherllT '
' ' ard Tax Collector of Wasco count., Oregon. .
Dalles City, May 21st, lbOO. B.y2(iw4 .
WF. CALLTfTR ATTENTION OF TTfE rUBI.IC te
tho fact, that we have concluded to give up bus
iness and thcre.ore.all parties indebted In oaUDBTPAY'
UP WITHIN KINJilT DAYS or legal proeeedlnirs wil
be had. M. BSOWN BRO.
Dalles, March Iff, 18C5.;' nillt