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   Morning Oregonian (Newspaper) - July 12, 1864, Portland, Oregon                               and Mwim Mill, Proprietor. 'I 111 It ij( _ I M L 111 SM r ,1 ''r' Klv fr 1 .ir I i i l, ED BILL LUMJ3EB, i i i rroovbd Flooring. nff, latni clc etc K-mil 11 ,N Mil i ARBAUGH STIT2EL 11 J I M I- INDTjV.ij Steam Saw Mill, FOTER St., JPo >IUNCI AND OfFKK AND w A iics' AR O TOOLS, Long n] 1) Handled [iksnid IJ1U felltS iM MAJ.J. PICKS IMiM, I ncv, rntlirn m j 10 2 in I 1 ur d mi HAMJLFS. TaoJ Mil LSAWS 1.1S I7C-, 4 rollh ND large assortment ol GOODS whlcn trie attention of pnr cji JOPN K FOSTER t CO nent on Hand of J. PIERSON, Sts., OREGON Sale. .ui orilJr of inle to mo direclcJ (roi f the :iork of tlio Cinu t Court ll' Davis fuylor n.H mfc Robert Rob.nwn rt, commanding uii to nl lie to   I v VICTOrf.1 V, V.J., I HILL FRONT STREET, UM ,ons, G-rocei ies, French Wines AND K AWN A No 5 Reid 8 Elo k, IMnrf ntrodt, KANE, I TULA CUT, OREGON, ATO 8roceriest i aroRAOb ANDFORWARDIM a eohilgned to oa will pneet prop ff W Cjotbott SlchaHc 4 JIcCraKen, U. Robblnn A Co W C Co, 0 llamas )n E. HAMILTON, ATTORNEY AND CCkONSELOEjAT-LA'W, W rKeirfl prilmnt attpntion Will VbXSOrlATE LOVN3 titled 1'orsoiH It to the r adYintnee ti. 1 tine an Abntr vl bf Till ltd JndgirJeat Llooa tee; t u] Pipers nreparcd socnroi! onunlocnmheredroil purchwiiig Kef I 1 itAle mil ouault mo la to licsul Utlte MortgilgM ltb County RfcorJi given forlicnwna taking OScoonlUlONT ST U7ILL! tellloiuie Ml SOI I 1. VN -OUS COB, OMMIi CEO. T. MYERS CO Cos net of FSmt an  It r V hall i' in 1 R tjil Mm o BK.EA. TT! H SUO o net .A. CJEC PIIJ.OT PIES, C l 1 ull k II It FA.MIT Y   A lod and pr< CO. oro.l lo MERCHANTS, Is lo cur He kef tollois BURST n I H n Uo O il Ann 111   nccpj Throe of TowuBenjii'fl Planfntlon MtllH, t rtin I OK I-An, nt or hour Trie R. A. LAW UIVULTILU JOItBI Rb AM) rLOSJR? ORAIN, I Grocorios, Boota and 8 CO., RODl'CE, iocs, Cloihmg WAGON AUo FOUWARDING AND MEUCHANT? bn retnlved noil 'or- All d oils c i sicned to euro w vir it-i dirijul )i Wu tinvo on Btoriw in totru na n fire Foreign and Bonus HOTS OF AI.I. Ii I CIO 1K3, TOIIACCU IIPLS, 8TAT OSERi CIITLER7. Bo. 108 Office I tho s and late ITcmtst ad oaetnlde Lornt r f 41 lo Oojlle Hi. SHERHERJD, of Truer (1 Co NHNIL ittcl d pi LOCATED (DMioMlnCT it to or left liin c Jno A D Pikcb M i liow_Keltl BIO., COMMISSION WIIARI 6TKLFT, COLIOII CONSIUSMENTS OF ALL KJJ-JD3 OB MtR FRONTSTRK-T T'OlqTJ.AVD lorn pr mptlj QUwl PEOPLE'S MARKET 122 First Stroot, I ortlund N PLACFR >tly to all cu! I 9 cLiaodua Oir extauitro i cooi cctlonn thrttn -t ml B ItlBh C ilti-nbift v wit nrfriettrfc In nod thu inl-kff ami muko npoezlier roturim toflso jo Victoria Mnh of B lelflb. Colonil TOM! i CO O. WM. DOUTHIJTT, stomoy- BANN'OCK Cliff, IBAHO TUlHITOrV r attention paid to Debttt. 87 per m isloa rcfiiflnco li ml  Coltui CAL H' and Pop .15OA1 icr-Haji Oppo-ltol'n Co a Knrnlture Store PpRTl_ANI> ORtOOVjJ "MIA.K.ICET., 1JO FIRST 8T PORTI A.ND UuieJ f lelr Refill Tin )m H rfimr tin iraHn Ih" Cit> M .r Will FRESH POR EADSAQK, 3VLT POTlK, C01 PHODUCLQI VFRALLT thnaboveftrttcli ICLB ii ut crl i otice itors to jf V (f I Importora lalttlJlemlw in HsHEET IRON, COPPER WIRI I Cor. Front and i POUTLAND G um A Cd, gors. i Low0B9tetq H licit m sliur of tho pi TQOftbcs. will limp ou ban I tlio uf i aq Pork, Mutton, Corned Seef and PoBltry, d Win deliver meats tl 1 ftrt of Administrator's H< TITOTICg It I.ecol elion t1 't I'll IIMB I.TOoJ tl) ll o Co intr tlie on tlie I   1 nlnl-tral rt ftlili fj h II it! nsl B l I L PH >fOORAPHIC OA.I, LREY f. EI.WERT r n In! Offl CiRTtRS BRICK ntllLUINU f rnor ofl r nt np-it ilrtv. flrit r rh Rw fJemqe c .rner Oak noJ First s treat Md, JuneJTtb, 1S51 I to tho DODGE PI [OCERIES art ind rec SION if f tUo best ft iile Frai ulldlllg MUTTOI NEBBLFF VEAl, l be dc ZINC, AND w S ILL! 325 FROXT STREET, l Cliy an I Co SAN Solioitoti. ar20dtwflm iv. 8AN FRANCISCO AND BIC'tAMI-NJTO and Rep tiring ESTABLISHilKNTS Piuent bantranclaco, nnd 1 fLUIl 3i c rculnr -i oil I imcti w 31 ting and all utho rniCUI AltdVWS of it vivvn ou hmd t ICNAPP, BURRB 0> TI an mv uith re trnnw-nHtol to tli Ir n tl the nime cost -w If B y. H. so blGN 1 N W HIM UI DING SHOP 106 FRONT ST up-sftairs, he ttlf> o linn SHADE HI I-INE u imi riy. i J. G. I I.HIIlO aUo rates IAN NOW 111- fOOVI) Al I1U''OFH01 p rtln 1 I" V n. _ 33eans I "Beards AND H oc I 1 KIQU-VUD A M Wo. 120 3'irst str JtAiJI U i.nd lu MMJ.J.L I U I ii 0 W V 1 1 It S MLA I It 1 AS) 1C R I I W4.11U C Porsonn nbln ig t In Wator Inti pi would togl" PoTtlan- I INT :RESTIHC TO ill and St( anil oat Fro pri If t. NOW Oh DAM X: -ougbt Ir >n I1U laalileilUmoto STCAM tun l Tut R ACY TRACY, alio cn't IlliNOUOriU We make retarna I >r dont ti OF-PI BmtCTLY pay tho Hi rhoit tVELLS, B HIS DISCOUNT o ICdtf HUtting on TOW U'l 1P62 JS, COCK Gl AC.1 A3SA Von land T isDAT A10RNLNG VN I O I) li I' I'U Ml' VM" III DUA IS .U OC1 COCK? -QBE OIL c C II. 311 K KljN fERS. Oregon. followlnp rbvTai UMT fin BOrncB, D 'C I tbe nroieitt g tbemii6lro9 er maj foci ci FOR. Tlic'SliunilillJill HE Sin w r JC.-V.TT, JES. CoxiolaJ i VPJ CIMIU HOT I ryinb Umli 1 wi I li t rtlinlrvnj I k nrnl r i i II I r) tors id Tjubles ghtb u Ulut, tjuj VA noU tb foi kw3 Kjioittad coin on diut S8 FRONT 100 for Gold ASSAY OFFI FARGO ABB Tt> Rk' crlpll n for Aea IDATIUtTEUYLO' WE WOULD RL buvo ruiinvcd i oa z wWare wa IIUTO 93 IS 11-0 id n SI I.KNIHD 3IOC GOLDBM1IH BROS AS SEVERS5, Pi y the Big! test 1 'rice far O >ld Do it. Drart. fflW WliTi H A 331 A O3NTI3I 'JflWE rn.tr i jrlnches, B rixut u> lo quality Py olfcilni. liiJl tn rccelvu ftn and lui topurcli cli ifllug olBewhun I IR (10( W i n I Front f< r Ori-KOH ViNTER, C orue Batter, fValer, Sujar, Boston and OT I PIliOT cfcO. L1M BED, 31. Br< IN. 0-Th inonit of Pit st and IHorr 'KU JEIAVJbilJI uxlililiunib .urC ooiJnsiiiTii. aud Ji   i> OHoil an STOl' A 1 1 :BI II 4c W 1 HOUSE dtr I llixw .2 Viestirn Ho 'AS AND Ol FEfiof dlffe nt bran Is just rei- ftn FRSSll OAlllir, .L. Ifi runout AL con HAURlM.rOV   I, In it Id co uor iti rrolgbt from I >il! '10 rliarbe I at tl t and t'j Dulles Lm.it lla Wtlluln to Dallos Dulliu toLmnl Wnll Fortllnd. 1803 If I y pnU iinlll r n Oregon .Sleani mat ignition NOTICE TO SHIPFERS. FTl np.nVi'll'cLirei l I S' l fr i. t I On fie gli re na ntn? In tho linndsnf UMAiTLI A JU D rich id i mllu- lnriJ. 1 f. II I I Ill or fr ijlj. n I I I J C ilN3 11 Fob 75 h T after in or( plftcolul'qlieOAS AUK 11MDE, coonec CELI I I? rtnd will CIHTT'FJ-CU t no! i ciuke ttirec Irlpaa letting Purid MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY, A.M. tut Sielfl t 01 Pal Wt mr broo lioard I Portland I Jttne 20th fo lo 1 A Ir nj lies 10 1 N C iiy ill further notic INl'UD 101 r MOHAUJ ml It f. u. r >u ,t Ilie Md ratr land BhUJL, Knntti 0 T KFHNb (STY BOOT AND SHtiE Three South or the Mid Stand, loiiunpiy tbcTrado lutbcir HlBO with, n largo nnd well tuorjod jtoik of BOOTS, SWOBS, AND SHOE FINDINGS. Tbeli1 etock coiumts of all tbe atknrlard of Boota and Sliocu, nucb M BI.NKtRT S QUILTED AID DRBSS BOOTSi UanU 111 Hjy Gulf ftud Kip Bocta I Knoe RUIIBLH BOOTS, iiN, l.lc, Clilldren iKjIp nnd BuutBt I LKllll' nnil Cl.ndroui BAI MORtLJl I liAITtaS. CALt 11OOIS Their ntock of LKATilLR U aua weII uaorted In IIHATT PllKNCH AND AUSKICAN CALP AND KIP l 01U OON SANTA AND ORFUOti BOLE LKAT11LR I bKJKTIKQ.lltllUMJ S IlRIllLr. I tAfllLR, CULOabD L1MM! KUditTf SULEI' tKINb FINDINUS, 40 Pnrtj'calBraftxDtl n to orders ROOM UP-STAIRS. From thplr lonj (n Boot, Sb >e nu 1 their ID buying nt   CID Uo better bj- th no who faTor tliom ttinn nny other hums MI thn Mty WIBEUG STROWBRTDGK, V, and Uotull Ucalom, No Front fire I'riKfBricL Si ro State Insane and Idiotic Asylum ons. LOUISA, JN lUBSUiVCE OK ALAWPAMSIDBTTI1E.PRI nnt Aflsetul l> Orife n btnte ll miDo l Idiotic IID In I v lu I aat Pi itlnnd l llils I MANSION ilKsottV II UH N CHEER SrJ, bet. mi 1MURM Hull M for 111 ,U. 1 n. I jlijotel Jiild. I Jw rrpllll- nnihroen II, iv 1 JJ.I iljmt firillll f I o. In travcll r 3 in s OLilHLl litli ho winn l fill tnfhtlj n iv 1 il. now i iijmrrd tn t ind I 1 I ul ll ll i: httiayl III l lif l tlio I kipt n tl wed n l doljtl 11 irrnl tlinl li Menljl WES CJorucr 01 "IIUW EV1 9-ni ulj fli riccpli TlollFSlAD lie yoiticji ilcs rif j uln tin Lliy t U 'our ktl U til Colv o i imbo niltxlH an I Jnll nniloittit] TERN iWotcrlsan iM> am- ,1 CTii con pi llfld ttQdliiiuJi if LvdgorP jlnbhu i 1-JlOM D lit of tlie v to lOtiUuiin iHKictse i ill M 111 to 11 C III HTOFTVt lit I M Witt (1 WFTltTNO T1 ifU by t Til II 1, I IL, Ir OWN U TH Igl ifV .1. .ftrrliavl Sun IrtluJ Itvdlltn 10 H fllo tit the. jrM r hi >HQ tin IIUH imp Id  be KOI   uirr 1 f r I of IB tho Intlonnmt woathnr uotct In Till! fMHOBM Will BK StPlKHlTI D BY1HK EXI'LNdL Ul' SlAri-l inluo ret, nl it mule th cio >or f ir liter t apply tt> Pit} ok IT. of llieOrrtm In-all? nil 1 IiHotic Asvln-n Portlund WuUniunaii Co Oct 10 IS62 13O F1HST STUKKT, PORTLAND J. ft I. 13 to Its. oi-si, Arc nlrftjs to fur M Rclnll Ilo oln, Memniers.au 1 otbors with tlm bint IICKF ponix, KurioN AND AI wiim rrlCB PORTLIID WATKUGo 7 1) JC ToWaterConsumerson Pirrt street, betovr I Yamhill Street ON THB 1ST OF JUI Nl TllF WII bo lurnM olT f m w I i n no t Hi iul I ellvrT ulihlll till I 411 it-rUc i ntf not ir ferret tu tlio li i lutlaa a iliat Uno I cf ro Hi .1 li'uviill )i wlihoiiVwa H ORll-N ijull S pl I' Wanted AFK V M N M t ANV f r NFW und WOK 1C s Fat u luce flrred i n f lerpl A( i l> to V II 'BJllll IT- HI ll.ll, I l lir r 1lti T'SE T' XI en nodal rcbtaornHt Day t door ui fin tn'iUti joilleftl' H il> fttrobil wlj no rmcinlcj efl ed ttilji .ANT c ni I with thfe M i I c visiuii uf tU 91'rcj ri Loij, v buflc I I E DAOPt IT-TOR NO. US 1 I AN 1.01 INSURANCE CO. OJ- 1IXKTIOHD COSN CUIrOHMt 11U "f> i in r in lit, In I i. i' ni ill I -i- 1 ur h hcixy nnd fill AM011Y HOI UltOOk 1 ortlai-d IIH L 1 HHUW S Sikn. t M 1ILCHAS Dnlln A It tLISl II 1 urc__ __ 'iilants' Mutual Marine tANCB COMPANY SUIlb ANDTRKA80HE PORTLAND AND V1CTOKJA AND 9AN KICII 4PDS t MctUAKKN, Agta THri I PACIFIC imfiAlTCE CO., IS PJlripAIltD TOTAKE HISkSncn.nit looi ty Fire, in t rJn a Bud n tw Terntorx I WM S LADD, Acint. I j VtAIMSIET on and First IWIL :XT in Vbi.r ready untlcr 1 >Dp rLioiD. ANT, lo He In g WraU, OyhBTrngil K AFrdRDS, A! TJix: LOIS' I i its 1 60 a HOBSiJ, EKU9ST. tolceu to tbcjTIoi I TS ill not Lo lo fc wBmotfcn.r3 JO Si looting Gallery ana Ikon bet.Krdn vfilb t 10 old erttaJjlintie i p lu iR u qn lii Kili uill JEUJttBKA EXC.rlANC i. And hope t During t TOP Ip miirkot, He dchv  e keep on ImB th I rat of _ OF ALL RLTAIL. >rncro Mai'nirgi in and Second hat-of pair IUIRC IP as ire oxptct (o uort of is i tut the I will deliver llio eun v lo furiLaaorsln S_A rvurtor r Flrat and Taylor Sts, OREGON, -K10B 1 otlic public 3 b D tllO J nnnox, BACOK, wirc a liberal ohire of pnbl c fliliitracrBuujimall our mcain wilt be keptxm pijrior Heir t.ptatur I uIH ex] r alj foi oar ATTHEJ Notions CLOAK n t Tf aukn eiwrtfullv ted up Mil CREEN BAND-BOX. and Fancy Goods Store, 107 FIRST ST., 01 orris oik and. D BONNFTB A1 Tli BLEACHED iiiJTriti incLl tnricty on hand t fir rs F Fri lagh would ro- tll he -ittrntiuii of tl c La lica tu her newlj fit y D ii Uncut, vtlieri n ay 1 e fouud SONNETS AND HATS of the Xilktclrt Paris and New York Patterns lu ftulliss fow JccchcJ b} Sit unor WI W AKD FRES51 STOCK. EW IN   Boot and Shoe Store, 1X3, IPRO-VT ST., Fire-Proof Building. W 71 F nitinc- 11C direct fn m II o EM, and ber I'tci M m r IIH.ru t ,i I r It liudnnUrUi MatufiUtrltN Hi J thtiien Inlltj- ibiu miy other lioi CHEC n-y2S.tf HSON el t il v f crt it cftic nt ono f tlio Iin i BU 1 Oo of so In Orot ti mid K c.sdo of Copartnership. UtSHItllll rr rxitlu z on.l r 11 o fir u i in f i 1 1( of I M l i M i 3 i u, Ihe W AMllM.TUN BATJIb nod tl UI.NHl lU'Il sll o.f, tuilc M h Knnli Hi Li.li M M MIIU-K% -iirt H IIS .11 r.nlln llicl i t raiiimnr; tbo 1 i.bili :ctHtllic debts iluot e lute ni M I fiAILAOIlLF. UKPJ-I 1. JjJIf JOHN YtAbNE) tyon's California Ale. UM.KKEI-Nfcli r Ih, i.le ftliujust- Irilrlhrfti 1 [nt c-in Ir i .1 fulkbl nl rl Will T r, IIAHU-J. VrCl AKIN BUTTER! Ill CIl UiF 101 Ut OUI'tlON EITTER 1 uid in I rlne i r r I t f ISTHMXJ- IirTTKR tor _ riCjIA_RDS MiCIUKl S Lnr.l In TiON. LMUI IS lariml, 1 j IHCHARnS 1 McCIltKKN Pri-jorlimcle rwl nt S.Sinrat Ol r cal at 81 H I t- I   

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