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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 9 January 1866

i '- r " a r f I! Ui I ,' . rift . , A . A '" i t ;'-i51 i''!Vi'1 ni i..,iij.'l h;;'f-v:-i ." rj J VOL. O., A .f , DALLESi OREGONv'1:iJT38DAy, JANUAKy ,0,1800, j i" i;" si. ! . . i , "-. . . i . , : t rUBLISUEl) EVERY MORNING, ' (MONDAYS gXOSPTKD,) Bf -H'. iV. U. G. COWKE & J. 1IALLORAX, BDITOXg AMD PKOHBIBTORJ. I.. f sans Tmitf-fccecntt per week, payable to the carrier iper month, by mall, $1; three months, $2 60;' tlx months, $&; one year, $8, Advertisements Inserted at low mm . .i : - Job Printing.,. Every description of plain nnd fancy Job Printing exe cuted with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per 'on9r to any part of the country. Payment Jot Job Frint UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. HANDLE Y & si:vxori7i,rop'r. , tUIS POPULAR UOCSX, CtyTRALLT 10CATID, .', ' " Wear the Steamboat Landing & Railroad Depot, Una. been recently enlarged, and Improved, aud will now aixuniinodate , - : ; , , , ; f ' i ' 1 u It O O ! aij.ESTS ." . tfT WILL RE CONDUCTED as hereto...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 9 January 1866

TUESDAY MORNIXG, JAX.9, I860. Thomas Con win died tit Washington on the 10th of December. x v; The City Futhors of Tho Emporium are duvising means to tax tbe pretty Artemus Wabd and his wife, tho telegraph says, were smothored at AVooster, Massachusetts, on the 29th ,ofDpcomber, "by inhaling coal-gas." Tne editor of the Savannah, 6a., National Republican is in Chatham county jail, and desires all comiuuni1 cations to be addressed to him at that place. The ship William Tell, of Boston, 1,500 tons burtbon, was wrecked on the 23d of Decora ber, in the Straits of Fuca, three miles west of Port San Juan. Ko lives lost. Tn Wiirmii vn f?rtiMTK RnNTiK 01ttttHItt CCf T"E BoAD8 0n tbe 23d of Decern. oer, snow haa laiien in lirango itonao to the depth of from two to four feet. The, weather'jpns intensely cold; the thermometer ranging from 12 to 15 below zero for days together. Edgar, Wells, Fargo & Co.'s messenger, at. tempted to cross the valley from Uniontown to La Grande on the 23d, and...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 9 January 1866

atln Haniitaiuccr; Money Market. Francisco Legal Tender rates.........,. New York Oold Quotations..... Epitome or ... Telegraphic News. . fcoMHUD non mi oHroomaH.. DATES TO JANUARY . Aew York, Jan. 2 A Washing-ton dispatch days: An examination of the recnrils of the records of the Attorney General's ofEoe, proven llint no aptilicntton' for pnrdon has yet been filer bv Gen. Le. AM the manifestations of t'ontrilion exhibited by Lee has been the siRn ini of the amnesty oath prior to entering nnon the dutiei of President of Washington Cnlleg-e. New York. Jan. 1 A Wahinirlon dispatch are : A secret letter of Yulee, of Florida, cmtiK an account of the pint and plan of se ression, written some line before tile first act of the rebellion . took place, has been placed in the hands of the. Government to be met, ns part of the evident In the trial of Jeff. Davis ... ,. v.. i -'. . H'ajAi'nfon, Jan. 1. Notwithstanding ..the Tisaereeahle condition of the weather; the first New Years' reception o...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 9 January 1866

mhiMnritmmx. .Report , or , tup : Post - .Master GenkraIi. For ; the first time jn.jtB history .me . rosiotuco uepariraon t is solf Bustaininir. It no lonvori shows tho old deficit, of five or six millions of dollars on tho treasury hook. ,IThe coniructs for the Southern mail service which have been let are at such greatly reduced rates as to lad to tho hope that when the mail service is fully re established throughout the South, the department'. will still continue to be self-sustained. The ' overland mail service BbbwA'greftte'epb,dita. for loss revenue then any othor mail fouto. The postal : money order system lias boeo luirly tried and works with great success, though the government bos in its possession considerable amounts of unclaimed- moneys. ' The'Tbstt master General recommends that the advertising of tbo letters be left to' the postmaster of each city, who in his discretion may select any - journal instoad of giving it to tho one having the Jargcst circulation.? Owing to ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 10 January 1866

L. rtt JtosiSr r ii '; Vi:i.'i .' ..!' l.i)" -n-n .1 'fit AM .' . T t )1 i .V, WlF: r,yf',ii,i,!1:M..M.r 'vi ' o n.rj v ''-" .fJliniV-' j. f.i;.Ml . i l lill , ! r-i ? iiW J'fll'. A -'lii IT.KS, ORKGON, WK DXESb XS', .1 ATS'TJ Al 8 V J O, 1 OO... . SIT EtTA'VtlK.H I til'' '!!'. "It 'l!'M WITH ' il '1 j 'Li'I -.'..l-.ll fl.'iili i'l I..H-.I " : -'...1 .. .i.i i. in AXiKV.-V, VV V ,V. VfW v,,, , ofipAjra kxokptbo,) p$ '" E. . COVfr'ku' j.'.BIALLOU'AX, ; ,i . ,KU1 10113 A.NU KHUHIIJK.T0K4.,.::- . ,1 j J: Taiimh Tmfiiy-Jivr.cmU per weuk, payutila turUvcttrvief .. ptr moiilli, Uy .miiili'$L; tiiieu jiiuntlin. $2u0; 'six. Htuntlis. ii; uuu year, AtlvortiiwukDiitfl inserted at )uw rittuH. i '- ' - Jrb ?rlatla?. ..... J - - Kterjr ilawriptlon f pluln ami' Huicy laWf Intln oxo dtuil witli lU'iitin'HH iiml ile!Ui:ti, nml furwHriJiMl ha )ier oii'snttfiiny i:irtul ttta cvniwfJ ft'll qlttitjor Job I"ruU tug muat tie madt an deliver oj work I UMATILLA HOUSE, r . DALLES, OHECOM. . ; ' II A C) 2.8 ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 10 January 1866

ji'five year the population of Mussacliu- st Us bat increased 36,000. ,fntt Jj'nt, the pioneer steamer In the Snnd- ich Island trade, was to leave San Iran- isco for Honolulu on' the Otli of this month. Cascades yesterday, and will be ready for husband pardoned. istrthntion at D o'clock this mnrnlno-. Nt Urltum, Uec. 28. Ihree policemen , . were wounded on Christmas by a tmnir. of Putt comments uuon this route in favorable ! Ax old bachelor says Adam's wife was excited ncurues. Some fifty negroes were . ',,. ,, ,. ....,, i 1. .,. s-i,: t called ivve necau-e, wuen sue appearea, - .VJirir..., freight charts from this side: an. tor instance. wan a day of happiness was drawing to a Tje Liberft,g up thc riv Rre id,0 tURl no fr,l(,,, bnt been delivered at Black. I I 1 . " L ' I . 1 r.mAM .nil . . ., n , . . I .. . Iiii it usivi u him, jimiimu, ibiuisi. tool (rom me racinc siae l less man iweniy frecdmen are generally making contracts for fi , , (reig,t.contrac'l ouutaiiteer.l WEDNESDAY MO...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 10 January 1866

jpailj Ponntaraccr. Money Market. Sun Fmnrlaco Legal Tnndr ratee......... 1L' f Atw lurKUold quotatlone TUB MONTANA TKADK. From tho Montana Post, of the Oth of December, we gain some informa tion i-blalivo to tho maikels of iho Turn lory, to that dato. At Diamond City, cast of the Mis' ieouri Eivor, flour had reached $3G 50 a baud rod Tho pricos of tobacco had declinod Ifrom 87 508S to $4 50(,$G 50. There is an active demand for all jariioles of subsistence, with prospects kf a considerable advance in prices by spring. Tho to'lowinff are the Virginia City quota- tatiung (rtuil prices, twenty per cent A.lileij): rtuuu n;. ijouis, iwk, 52i ($27 Ou J plate, J2024 ; Suit 1. ikp. $24(-ij25. haoun. Heavy sides, ro, duo.; Medium Hams Prime canvassed? Ib.CSc.: Country. I liAitu Small cans, oOo.j Large cans 40c Cavdlkb. Werks Cincinnati lb. 60c: IVtht-r bi untie, 65c SuoRd. New Orleans 5) lb, 55c: Clarified. pc.j Powdered, COc; Cruaued, 67Jc; Re plied, HOC. Covkkk Jura, none : Rio cboice "M ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 10 January 1866

'J w . .';N'.va.VU.V : MfT(!t.EaRAPUl6 CoMMIV10ATUN-Re. ' TORBD--The Memphis BulHin-olRov. """20, 8uy6',"laBt night,' forhrflftatfrie in ten, years. teU'grarnSjo ,fmnmmioiition' h was held between Neve York and Now Orleuns. the first message' transmit, juted from New York to Xvew' Orleuns jwaa uh, follows : ''Weather clear Tuid "-pleasant. Time, 8:55.' "Tho 'answer xeturno riwl was : . "Wfjather- glear..iind ; ' Time. 7:50.'" Xrfo&W dispatch. Cflol yfrom, i.Now--Yoik , was ,, followed .by bJrt.y-onp rpessages frouu;Nnw PrJeans jto, New-York occupying about. forty , C'minuies, ;; each message averaging" iluvouly words. " This length ,'nf line, Hift' been worked ' only ;oned ftefbre.' and that was poteen San Francjsco and NJw York a ' few months ago.' The , only snccess attending which was the i transmission of, a few words. This "' Reaves the Oredit to the stretcl)' of, the line between New Orleans and New York of being the Inngosa ovpr.whlch any bns'ness has ever bbeii done in '...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 11 January 1866

JU'aaa a a tL.tAs' a ; i ;r a; iA ' Al 18 1" IV UK I U. - -.riT 1J3 I IT - W . f W V M-i i-C.". -Tr3' m :2wu asagK ;.!-. ...i. ; ;, .',,,., ...)V "";' ' l'"' '.n ,.n.y ,., l, , vV. , f. 823VOIL.. o. JLTLiES, 01lKG02Sr;XIIXJRSIAY, JTA-NUAllV 11, !(-. 1i,NO.7. . ' ' ' ' r ' " i f , r f , : - ' . ; 1 . i .1-1 lu'l. f WJLIS1IED EVERY MOltNING, , . I T ) V ("ONHiS gXq.fPTi'D,) Uf. ; ' J : ,E. '6. COWKC & J, IIAJLLORAX, ! EDITORS' AED PK0HT0H9, ' 'J : n, jj , ' 4 Turns TKtMty-llctcenCl per week, payahle to the carrier per month, by mail, $1; three month, $2 60; six months, to; one year, $t). Advertisements inserted at , 'j-low rate.. -,'...' ' Job rriniing,' '' . , i, Rvery dencrlptlon of plain and fcney Job Printing exe ,? (Utoil wltli nuatnwt and deipatcbt and forwarded ai par onler to any part of the couutry. Payment Jr Job Print ing wmttbt nudum iditmr$., work. . UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. . I , IIA.DLL:V & SOIVOT t't rrop'rs. THIS POPULiR HOUSI, OINTIMUT lOOiTID, v. ITea...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 11 January 1866

aib HX o nut ax n c cr . TflUUSDAT MOUXLV'G, JAN. 11, 1800. A nkw attempt to lay ihe Atlantic Telegraph table li la be made in June next. ' It it now generally thought Ihnt the Sierra Xenndt will never again be fitted for ocean navigation. 'Tin federal shell itruck eight hundred "iionsei iii Petersburg, as has been ascertain- 06 iiyet'ual count. ! 1 1 ; .1 ; 5 Lioui. Gates Cbnpin received a large 'Jnvoiee"ofcoal;oil by Tuesday's boat, which 'liejr offer at reduced rates. , ',''.JiioM, thief of the Freemasons in France, 1 Hull ncrAlnnt the niVntiu thjb mwr a .' ,libreu,wiU have to ''haul in bis horn?," v VfJss. TkrIiv, who captured Fort Fisher, has blmel'f'bcen; captured by a Southern lady. . If Anem nni wish In he exchanged, t ' ; Thh Deuret A'ewi savs that Coueress will , . 'i j i. ti.-u I-.- it.: . ........... .. ' HOi Ullylll VIBU 1I11U luo UI1IUU uu niwiuui " the inlWxible morality of the inhabitants. ' ': f Is'satotbe're Is a prospect ol sharp com petition jn Fraser river steam...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 11 January 1866

Money Market. Pmi Francisco Legal Tender rates kew York Uuld Quotations. , ....Mi TUB CITY TRADE. Tbs Dalles, Oregon, Jab. 10th, 1806J The charter for a bridge across .the Cp lumbia at the dalle; has passed the lower house of the Washington Territory Legisla ture. It will probably become a law. Messrs. McFarlnnd and Marlin are named among the corporators ; and .these gentlemen hare th reqni;fte means and energy to push the en terprise ferward to a successful consumma tion. Ily this means the eetl'ers in the furra lag district? tn the North will have easy ac ce? te lliia iplnce, and. we a e in hopes that it will facilitate, in, some, degree, the truna pnrtation of euFPlieVf o'ni i tjie Dulles .10. the new mines oil tlie Columbia. , i... J.i Coal eft is hew in-better snpply in town than for weeks fast, and the price has fallen The following are our quotations to date : - Vtoua. Standard, plain, $11 J sell-rlsliig, $U; country ttrnTiuK, sa inarw. X; o. Wilei.lMo; Kami, 2Hs. t .I.'.' rt...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 11 January 1866

eaten -'i-:PBrt i FAshtUNsi- A fow it'tfmev in- . road W" Paris,, fushions will bo of praiolioal ioterdBti to the ladies 4 , Several leading dress . malcera. Have qivit decided oh an' attempt to shorten ' ibe dresses thii Win tor: 'those destined tor promenades' the intend to make ' 'with' 8kirt:,'',Whiph,,Will barely touch t the groand.i. The success of their en deavor will nroe Whether Ihere ate r,aoy reafonahieoineB, among-jfthe leaders of fashion.,, The large square ,TniU whichi were fashionable fivesand twantv vears ftfifoirAvilUdefinitoly be L which1 has' been pppfllar for long; so long, -'-is at letitrth to eive way to the 'bWinir voll'of thofoast Among other costly items which aro daily added to Kugenie's'wardrobe'are the most ex j quisite embroidered silk and cashmere' ' petticoats. The white cambrio pet ' tioout are now quite abandoriedduring the day; even the Empress is tieyerr to be seen in one : ber Majesty' wears' & ya'riety of'silk petticoats, but blue '' aAd Whit...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 13 January 1866

f!'fi'i: t; DALLES, OREGON, S ATUUDAi JANUARY 13, WOO. ; . . ' . CSS,.' '-.',!. : tiuw 7 I ." i .1 ;.4T ! f'i'rf. ! j 'r : . r lTBLlSUEI) EVERY MOUNJNG, I (MONDAYS KXUKPTKO,) BV j. ' E. G. COW iVE & J. IIAIM-ORAX, CUlrOM AMD PUOPIIIXTOK9. '....,' I'srms Twf. Httt-totcmtt per week, payable Co the cnn-iec per muiitli, by until, il; three months, &2oo, ilx iiitliH, 6; sue year, $S. Advertisements inserted at low rates. ... Job Printing. . Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe r ntetl witli neatness anil despatch, and forwarded as per ori,Mr tn any part of the country. uynunt Jor Job Print in mtut be made oh delivery oj work. . . . , . f UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. IIAXDLUY &S1NNOTT, I'rop'rs. THIS P IPUHH MOUSE, OIKTRAU.T LOCATBD, , "' . Hoar tho Steamboat Landing & Eailroad Depot, llm hoon recently enlarged aud Improved, aud will now accommodate ; i ; 300 GUESTS. fTT WIU UK CONDUCTRD u heretofore. e a FIRST il CLASS HOUSE, end the patrouage ol' the ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 13 January 1866

8ATUEDAY MORNING, JA?f. 13, 1860. l v . - 7 Owing' to the ndn-arrivui,. of, our paper supply, we are compelled to use ' brown paper in a part of this morn i rig's ic-sue. Titt .KsaisTRY Law. At the Spe cial Session a registry law was passed,' ' which takes effect at once. The first regitaraiiuii uuiuiuouuus uu iuubi, tsix.iy , days before elootion, and the registers must bo closed thirty days before that V event.- The County Court of each county is empowered to appoint a Precinct Register for each procinct, " and he must be a freeholder. A strin gent oath ia roquirod of persons ap pearing for registry, unless of those -who have reoeivod the amnesty of the President j' all such may plead their free pardon for acts of rebellion, and - avoid the taking of the oath. It seems that all who are worth less than $20,- 000 have experienced executive clem ' ericy,, unless proscribed for holding of- fioe in the rebel government, and Jrom this fuot it is fair to infer, that the .practical workin...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 13 January 1866

C3J Mtraractr. i Money Market. 9m Francisco Lecnl TanAer rotes how Vfurk Oi)ld Quotations .. :::::::S Epitome of Telegraphic News. fCOMPILlD riQM TU1 CREUOSUM. , DATES WO JANUARY 4. IFiufti'iion, Jan. 4. The statements in re lation to Pomeroy'e (Mexican uiiuhter) visit to the executive mansion onus 1st ot Janu ary ns contradicted, !. Sfmitor TrurutiuH will sovjiuit two Impor tant bills to tii e Satiate lo morrow. One of t'lftlll i in ina rira Jt lin Trrnat raan'i TnitAU Hud the other is to protect all persona in the United State in their civil right, ami furmab means tor their vindication' Toe following is ko sxbiuit of the business of the Pension Department for the year jn9t expired j. Number of applications, admitted from invalid soldiers, 18 300 j number of same rejected, 10,752 ; tip plicatiens admitted from 'widow's.' mothers and orphans, 21,962; same rejected, 15.000; cases stilt waiiinn to be dis iosei of, 87,000, ef which 31,160 are' from mothers and orphans. During the'laet...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 13 January 1866

W.X: BIGELOW,' Keccl ving, Storing Forwarding: , , ' ': ' ' ' ' and ' ' "-. Commission Merchant! ( Advances made on Consignments, , . MAIN STREET, Opposite thn Umntllln Ilounoi ; ; ;news for the miluonTR AUCTION ! AUCTION. AUCTION !! IN OnDKR TO ci.OBK OUT MY IlUSlklSSS I will d'ls poe of nil uiy remaining stock of atcliCN, , Uianionda, Jewelry,,. Clock, l'lated Ware, ' - JLampM, CiillciTv lMol, V.. Walch Materials, and Olnsses. Field Glasses, Fancy Goods, Large Iron onlo, fctore fixtures, and Furniture nt l?utlio .A. notion, !V Tuesday, January !tli. 186G. at 10 o'elock In the forenoon. Aa I alutll leave, fur the Kent In a short time, this sale will he absolute, and will be continued from dny to (hty until the eiud stock and fixtures ore entirely dipposi d of. . This ante will be worthy tlio attention of dealers and ail who are desirous or getting K1IUST CLASS UOOUS, an the articles offered for Hiilo comprises the best assort ment of W -itches, Jewelry, Ac, Ac, to be found north of...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 14 January 1866

-n r ' . .. - "'"'' ' . """"" '" '" """ "" "- '' ; i in',.,';, iritMMMaiaMWWWMMwJ v inilg lilpntaiiiccrj PUBLISHED EVERY MOItNING, ' "' ' (MONDAV8 SXOtl'TKU,) 1)V ' . E. G't'OWKE V J. HUl-ORAS, KIMTOHS AND HtOPHIKTOUS. Tkkxs TiMnty-licectntt per week, payable to the currier per niuntli, by mall, $1; three month, WW; six muiitlis. fij uue year, $S. Advertisements Inserted at 'hw rates. . Job .Printing. ' ; , 'Every de-icrlptlon of plain iiml rancy Job Printing exe nfed with neatness and despatch, and forwurdod iu per order louny purr uf the country. I'ayintnljvr job lYint ifiy mtt oe matte on delivery t,J work. - - UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, ORECON. f HANDLUY &SX.WOTT, IMop'rsl AV ; iiih r iruna uuose, O'i.Tiiiuv lociteb, Near tho Steamboat Landing ft Railroad Depot, IIiu.bucu recently enlarged .ml improved, Qud will now 'n.ajuiiuud no . . .. ,i i.. ' 1 .v. SOO Q-UE'sT.S i- wit ' S TWILL BK CONDUCTED iw heretofore, m A FIBST CLASS II JUSK. mi l tho patronage of llioraveling public i...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 14 January 1866

C2 3 gailn lllfl'uittahucr. SUNDAY MOKSnC, JAN. 14, ISCO- Dan SfioAMVAtEiv and Iikligtey (iioathouse haVo opened o 'hotel at Aiusjat)n. ... '.. Til Virginians aro widening and t'.eebonini? tho Dutch Gap civaul. It i valuable improvement. We aro indebted to Mr. llonderflon, our Iiepresenlatfro in Congress, for valuablo piibfre dbcumonts. The daughticp or Jmdgo 'lanoy are (aid to bo wv very dvstitnto circum TirB Sh'oshonos aro going to havo n great contention at Washington, in tho Ifoeao IJSver eonntry, t seltto J matters of Stato. Tub Queen of Madagascar has just asaiMttod. ci inolino with a roligious cer emony Slie extends tho prwilcgo of wearing it, also,, to-her favorite mins tstcr'a wife.. - ... There appears to bo a growing pub lic opinion at tho east against tho pun ishment of Jeffiorson Dnvi, or rj thargo fonndctfon his conncctfon with the civil war. Frank Clauk, a prominont politi- clan in tho Puget Sound district of Washington rJ?cri ifoiy, and Dr. Wuber lately haJft diseuea...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 14 January 1866

8:111 n A rl ntintnmtvr ' Money Market. fitii Fnnrl-co Local Toioler mtca . kvw York Hold Qtiitntiui... flSf u5 . The I'oihoned Chalice. Al tho, timo of tho dlBeovory of iho mines in iho 2$cz Porees country, nriioiig tho first who flocked to our interior whs! ft consiJurublo number of esevpod eon- v;cis from tho California potiiiciitiary.l Every year sinco thero havi boon ac cessions lo tho number of these men,! until tho prist season when this boo, lion was made too hot to hold tho inoro conspicuous of theso miscreants. From circumstance-tv 'connected with this class of men, tlio people of this oountry linVo boon forced to conclude that Iho California State authorities would do nothing towards reclaiming theso criminals' even . , wh'cn their : wlicroubouts was known. Since llioy huve been trcatod so roughly up tbo Columbia and in Monlanu, thoy ap pear (o. havo drifiod off Into Nevada aud Culilorniii in largo numbers, to inaug'uralo a now epoch of 'crime 'In those communitiob. 1 So ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 14 January 1866

DYING. Bortly woo away hur breath, . v' ' '. " Oeiitie Uentlil J.et. her leave thee with no strife, 1( Tentlcr, mouinlul, murmuring Life She Imiii seen hur happy day t '. bli ktith had her kill mid bhfoaomi ' fiuw she pales and shrinks away, . urih, lutu thy gentle boson, I 8!i Imth done hor bidding bum, ' ! ' Aniwl dear I '' " Boar her perlect soul above, Seraph of the skies awoet I.nvet Good .ho was, and full- iu youth, Au I her mind was seen to soar, And her heart was wed In troth ; - Take her, thou, fir evermore - Vorovcr evermore I Btrrji VrnwuU. Arizona as.1i; Is. A eorroajiondont pt-tbe S. F. Call thus exhausts him.. Hull' in a valedictory to Arizona: '' ' " " Good Jbjro to Arizona, Iho and of ro mance iwiU Sylvusior Mowiy's rnino ; big bilvor leads that will . never, pay ; Vital agricultural resources and no market; a beautiful climate, abound ing in cbills and fever, oi Ltie intermit tent, typhoid and niouutain varieties; lung discuses, in endless nsborlinen t, iiud others ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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