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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 23 January 1866

- N - PUiLlSiIED,EYEUY JIOUNIXG, (MONUAVS K,0KPTBD,J BY . " . E. C. - COWK12 &. J. HAI.l.ORAA fcUITOnS AKJ I'ROPIUXTORS. Ten mm Ttveiity-fSre v.tU per week, imiykuIa to ttie curried iicr iii..iit!i, Ity itirtil, 4li - tlirvo in-null, 20O: Rid m(iiili, $0; one J' ear, $S. Aih'ertivemoutii .uaurled tf low rut vs. Job Priatin?. " FN'fvr du.rrTprioti of. plain ami fancy .Tnb Printing f t tttert wiili iK-ntiM'K wiitl ik(K(uli. nn! forwarded ha por "Vvlfr to any part at' Him ctmiitry. li ,y merit Jar Jvb iVinC inft nut I iut .m delivery of wm'L UMATILLA HOUSE, , , . DALUES, ORECON. IIAXOMitf JtSIXXOTT, I'rop'rti. T' 0l ! IUl, .CWTlAIXt lOU.WaX, - - r tu SUamboat Landing & Railroad Depot, II m been niriuly enlarged ami improved, uud will uow A'i'omnmtltite ....... CJO O GUESTS. 3T WILL IN. COXnUCTKD it Wftofoimia it FIRST CLASS IIOUSK. utitl tlia imtruimge of the Uitveliitg I'lilillc in ii'hini:tl'iiH,v nolii ite F. Jfcar Ik'SK'-Sc taki'u loilie llm lice of diurgA. House ciuu all n...

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. — 23 January 1866

I ATTEMPT TO BRBAK CP TBB UNION rAiv a. The S. F. Flag, a newspaper gen. erallv received as the exponent of the . " - . . . re radical elements of tne U nion pariy 01 1 California, declares that the Uoion party has fulfilled Us destiny, xnei necesaitv which induced ine ung...i Republicans to coalesce with the War I 1BAA0 F. BlOd. Ban . C. 8. Mown, . TUESDAY MOBSISO, JAN. Job Smith, the originator of Mor monism, has appeared spiritually to the Nazarenos of St. John's Precinct. Foet Goodwin, on the pila River jjemocracy is said to bo at an end. in Arizona, is about the sickliest place The War Democracy would not join int. ha TTnited States. More than one tha union organization without got- i.if isf tha men DOsted there are cons tho m0Bt 0f the offices, and their tinually on the sick list. rapacity is so great that tho true blue I T I .i S. f Li v lit Republicans are compencu w w The infamies perpetrated in the rv, nf th TTnion Dartv are innu merable, and the Ropublicuns at whoso . hav...

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. — 23 January 1866

Hloitnfatitcct. Th Australian m,; iv tbo year 1S9 ,t curing in th a I r Wero employed duon p u y,a42 miners' pro. duco of whoso labor was 1,702460 ounc .s equal to OOO.OOo!70 makes the average, weekly earning t m,ner withi a fraction of 65. xn o the average number of miners HtToVo was 92,292-wh0 Produced 1.078,009 ounces, equal to 820,405,422 Waring the year .1864 the average number of miners emnloved ... m . 39, who obtained asUe result of their labors, 1,557,807 ounces of gold. Dur ing the first half of 1865, the number of men engaged was 85,022. They produced 756,435 ounces of gold. Anese results, it will be seen, are quite uniform for the past three or four years. Tho first six months of the present year, more especially the lattor half of that period, was a trying time for tho miners. The long continued drought exercised a most prejudicial iufluonce. At manv of the nowlv ODOned finlrlfl Aflnamnll- " "J , j , - .-. n.w- ! -1 I n . I or aie irom tne want of water. , tne wormng of...

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. — 23 January 1866

? TVX.--"Vttne-eli At Co., 1 Vk their .l.n.u-liw.. at the Pallet, lu order tI g" Mil "ln'"- fVfl.4 f, iW A C.4 XDISE, -Tbo colobviii led CJennan poet Goethe as prose. in 1792,' between the wrinies of the t.r.r,. under Damouvier ash only. l to ool- nrnl at eoou a. poearMe. trim win noi nnd Kcltarman, and the rilled armies. under the Duke atiU-tf ' , . : j -.vm his first Impression- ofttu V L nil- GOODS! .... ...n.i i n V1KIM TIIK pax rnAS II II VIM I II m fliii." .. t. -,... r ' it. ...1.1.1. .Ill l.f .old lit C'VT, lV ' ,y- Ml wli" kn lli-ifcu-lv '!''-b" .v:1' . : .:. i,..v; i...en hui.i-i now, inuuwu . ;.n, m ilia oiit-work of TbU was again occupied by our poo tw but it presented the wildest aspect C roofs were .Lot to piece, the cofn ehocks mattered about, the bodies ot men, mortally wounded, etieU bed upon them hero and there, am oceas ionallr a spoilt cannon ball fell and failed amoU tUo tilted roofs. Quae rLZt mvsolf, I rode uwny piauuy 8urvey-n.o.vauj t.ouij of" the-French. Th...

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. — 24 January 1866

CI aquae t.- "ff f jNp..?0. Mmw torn i : .2 i - 2 JL. I ' f VOL, t. c ; s PUBLISHED EVERY 5I0RNING, i I ' '(MONDAYS EXOKPTSDj'BV ' , E. G. COUKI3 & J. 1IALI-ORAX ' '' tUITOKS AND FRqPHlltTURS. FOtt 1IOI&82 UlftES IjIRECT. Tkrus Toentji-ltvocmiji per week, payable to the carrier jier month, by mail, 1; throe ; mouthe, Woo; tlx tuoiitliB, f 4 ; oueyear, 8.. Advertieeuniuta Inserted at low rales, i ,t . t- . . Job Printing?. - P,vry description of plain ami fitney Job Printing exe ricd witli neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per oi'd?rtoany part ol the country. It!mcntJorJobirtnt tiiy mtm oe maue on titiwtry oj wor. j . . , UMATILLA HOUSE DALLES, ORECON. &Sl..OlT, I'rop'ra TUIj POri'LAR UOUSU, OKMKALLT LOCATED, Near the Steamboat landiBcr & Railroad Depot, ll.-ti been recently enlarged nad improved, and will uow Bicuiuniiuin9 -i :j 3 O ft tT'E'H TS. 5 'I WILL 11 B CONOUCTKD M lioretorore. as a FIltST ChMii 110USK. un.l the putroouge of the tnivelllig labile is rcs...

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. — 24 January 1866

llaito $0iwtahuu WEDNESDAY MOUMXG, J AX. 24, 1SOO. It is stated that twenty-six tliotw Hand bales of ootton wopo puod-uosd ha Illi nois tfio post season... ' i. It has been decided lately that a boy found on a man's door-Btep may not necessarily be his step-son. A. nkgh lkM bees arrested at Nor folk, Va., for soiling' saosagesm which ho claws of a kitten wero found. Finely powdered borax, scattered nbout their habitations and: resorts,, is an effectual poison, for water bugs and. cockroaches; Queen Victoria is in a towering, passion at an article in the London Times about bor prolonged Borrow for ber husband. The wool' crop of Texas is repre sented" as boing very large, the clip of somo of the most successful raisers reaching from fifty thousand to sev fthty thousand pounds. :'.".. The Viceroy of Egypt, who himself quitted Egypt on tho first appearance of. the- oBolera) has dismissed several High frnotionnries lor having aban. donod Egypt during the epidemio. ExciTEMeNT" continues a...

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. — 24 January 1866

fails' -3 omitaiitccr! 4 T 1 . Ai "" ..' .'".., JV. JJIliKIIAI. iniNT"hA Knt 'lnrt Grove, of Mariposa and Yosemite Vttllev haro hnnn irmntnrl In f.iKfV.-- nia by tho Unhetf States, sohject to certain conditions, j The Stnto of Or: Cinn' ought to put In! a claim for the' cession of the mountain-peaks of the Cascades Range particularly Mourn llood. The State should' guarantee the preservation of these remarkable iuonaments of nature against the Von d'aliiam of person who might 6o cfis. posed to attompt their dostruction. Some measures might also, bo taken to prevont tlvc mmveprcsontation of me noignin or Mount nooa by lite rury. tourists tend porogrioating Con. grossraen. A1F ar.fsts- who pawit our mountain sconery should' not be al Towed to include tho great peaks with out paying for the privilege. 'A good thmg, in ihe financial way, would be the collection of a tax on till persons coming up the Columbia Eiver. for a Bight at Mount Hood children, A-fri ennnd Uliinumen, half price lad...

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. — 24 January 1866

cm aili) IHountatnetr; EMIOltATlON TO TflNNESSEE. -A Nttshvillo letter saj-s: "Tliere is a con-side-ratio tido of emigration alrihtiy sotting into this, Suto. ,'So. far, H is principally composod of business -and jirofessional men, who are locatingln Iho towns and cities -of Alio .Siuto'. Emigration ' to Nashville has- pretty woll re:ruhod its limit,' until 'our ac commodations in the way of houses are, increased. Hundreds of appli cunts during tho last month havo been nii.ablu.to obtain any sort ol sheltqjy nri'd' Consequently havo been "compelled to 6eoic .a lucution eisewhoro. Incon sequence of tho great demand . for houses in tho city, rents havo reached h fabulous figure, and eonlir-uo lo ads viiuoo. Wo gladly receive any addi. lion' to. our population, by thoso who will bpcomo worthy members of, the comiriunit-,' whatever their buiucss or profession, but what we most need is aii influx of agriculturists and me chanics who will go into the ccuntry and country towns and develop ...

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. — 25 January 1866

VOL. O. I Vl.tKS, OltKGON, THURSDAY, jrA.NtrA.K,V 25, 1800. NO. 137. PUBLISIIE1) EVERY MORNING, MIiNKAVS KXOEfTBD,) BY .' . E. G. COW At: &.x J. 1MLLOIUK, KDITOUS AND PftOPMRTOR?. f riRxa Tvotnty-flvecentt porweok, payable to the carrier jjur moutti. tiy iim-H, $1; lhro months, $2 60; tix wiontliH, $5 ; unu year, $S. " AdvertUouieuti Inserted at low rotus. Job Frintinj. Kvery description of plain ami funuy Job Printing ete lite J with netttnusft nml despatch, and forwarded u per otir titiuiy part of tlio country. ltynttntjQrJobIrint xngmwAltt made oh delivery oj work . . UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. UAXDLI1V & Sl.VXOTT, ITop'rs. THIS POrilLla 1I008E, OCMaALLT LOCATES, Rear the Steamboat Landing & Railroad Depot, Has lieeu recently eularged aud improved, oud will now 300 GUESTSJ F. Wlf.L DK CONDUCTED M lteretofore. as a FIRST CLASS HOUSE, nnd Iho patronage of tlio traveling vnihlie. is roHneclfullv sollcito-l. AS- linguae taken to the House free ofcharge. House luteual...

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. — 25 January 1866

ailg l0iuttatiucr, rilCRSDAT MOUSISC, JAJf. 25, 18l$. A kEcknt tornado in Italy blew a 1 min of cars into tho Adriatic Sen, and drowned n number of passengers. TirenB aro a mile and a half of iron rinds now laid up in tho Delaware !l liver, at Lcngno Island. The widow of Col. Koitt is reduced to poverty. Her plantation is in tho Lands of her former slaves. Neoiioes aro emigrating from yir-. pinia to Maine, to be employed as wood-choppers ntvd lumbermen. ' . The French garrison at llomeywbich lias been there since 1848, is now be ing gradually withdrawn from Italy. Butman's picture of Mount Hood 13 eaid to bo equal to Biorstadl'sj neither, bowover, can possibly givo an ftdequuto idea of the original. The Emperor Napoleon has ordered trials to bo mado with a new square inoaluor gun, which bas been invent ed by an officer of tho French navy. Some of iho Southern journals ob ject to tho immigration of northern men to tho South. This rs certainly n very hoi sighted view of things. Tub St...

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. — 25 January 1866

'onntatttccr. 1 - Another Warnino.-T ho lute henvy full of enow is a timely warning to Htock'raisora lo mtiko preparations ngaiiiHt a rccurrenco of tho liko.nm other year. Allowing thut two feet of snow is something uncommon, it is Mill a proof that, without a reasonablo provision of stock'fecd, tho increase of yours may bo lost in two weeks. Tho climate in the Columbia Basin is certainly favorublo to tho economical production of livestock, but it cannot bo fluid that tho business is safe wiih out duo preparation fur the contingent 'y of a bud winter. Two or inoro of theso ufifuvorublo seasons aro likely to come in succession, and then tho difficulties of providing for slock will io considerably increased. In tho highly favored localities to tho north of us there is a great area of gra68i Winds, whero hay may be secured in any desirable quantity, and, by tho uso of tlio machine-mowers, the cost will be but trifling. It is a liberal calcula' lion that 1ml f a ton of hay to each head ...

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. — 25 January 1866

CMV (f yS.:-.-,, aito AtTountanucr. ' A'PiiKCiousbcAMP. ThoDownievillo 'Messenger of December 2d relates the "following cool transaction .... It. S. Pitt, a man well known in tbe neighborhood of ilowland Flat, and who has for soveral years been em. .ployed in a meat market, at Totosi, closed out his business there about four monlliB ago and left for the East oru States in September. lie kindly consented to take under his protecting care the wife nnd child oi'un intimalo friond, in whoso house he had ever rocoived a brother's hearty welcome, as well us a brother's confidence. The lady had loft her father's home in Michigan threo years ago, a blooming bride of ninoteen, nnd she was anxi ous to visit again the scenes of her girlhood, and exhibit to the grand parents lier beautiful babe. And eo, with many affecting tokens of truo love, she bade the father of her babe good-by and roluolantly placed hor solf under the unsolfish euro of her husband's friend. Timo flies, and lust wcok tho E...

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. — 26 January 1866

- ilft If 'i l.C - , .1 ;.!' In 1 S 1-llJi 1IH ll m r. IT. P w M ITfiM U 'J' " 'e w .j Aitr .!:.7 up f; ' 1:1 1. : .- - : !:' ' " . . - . VOL; O. " - ! I ' pnritoeer, PUBLISIIEb EVERY MORNING, .Mi ' : (0NDY8 EXOKPTBKjJ flV', .13. G. COWRIE? & J. II4IAORAK, " BDlTdHS AND PROPRIETORS. ' w ' ' 'J.'.'! . r ii-t-t y ' Tsrhs Tmtnt it-Ant etntt per week, payable to the carrier per month, by mail,'il; three months, (2 60; six months, $6 ; one year, $8. Advertisements inserted at kw rates. , 1 Job Printing! " ' RveTy description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe eted with neatness and despatch, aid forwarded na per aelw to any part of the country. I'd y matt Jor Job Print iug lit made on delivery (; work. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. HANDLE ,& SISXOTT, ITop'rs. THIS POPULAR BOUSE, OCPTRALLY LOCATED, 1 Rear the Steamboat Landing St Railroad Depot, !(i!i beeh recently enlarged and improved, and will now accommodate 30 O O-UEST S, EM ST WILL BK CONDUCTED m lierotofore. u ft FIRST C...

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. — 26 January 1866

FRIDAY M0KXIN6, .IX. M, 180ft. B.tus of base me-tial hav bees sold to un til peeling persons in the eastern cities, upon the represnntntion that ibcy were- gold and silrei. SvenJ cases of, tbe kind have oc enrred ta Hew Jmej. - - Tubus are so muiiy and so good counter frits of the notional currency of all drnomi- maliodi,. that Gen Spinier, United States Treasurer, advocates placing tbe inscription of tU Buak of England notes oa our green- ' backs.- "To counterfeit Is death."- Tin Stage (Void Wuila Walla, no long over due, Is uskiusly looked for. Nearly two weeks bare elapsed stnee any news baa been received front tbe interior, and for ten days we bave no news from below. These circum stances, with the wintry aspect of the sur roundings of tbe town, hare rendered our iso lation as wearisome as can well be imagined. Om of tbe voyagers, down tbe Missouri in the Mackinaw fleet wnltes back to. fxienda, after pronouncing bis trip, as having been, on the whole, successful, aa follows ; " ...

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. — 26 January 1866

h Ml 1MB MWCtM,MM ailg IPonntaiuccr, , Impartial Suimuo While w are soun:. ions to establish Manhood Suffrage, we should Co Bx -v. it, hi,i large p-uruun 01 uie ilinnDl- nnt lniAl . I. . I.. . . i i i u tants or this country are disfranchised by cruel, tyrannical laws. Ia this we do not re fer to our colored brethren, but to the de scendants of the aborigine! of the Columbia Huin. The difference between our relatione to the descendants- oi Ham and' these people if, that the first were torn from their country, despoiled of property and liberty, for the ad vantage of the barbarous whites; while- the whiles came among the Indians, ate their lome and tamat, stole tbeir borers an I daugh ters, shot their young bucks, murdered their old men, occupied their lands and made them selves " at borne," in general way, and be haved pretty much as they pleased whenever tbey bad the upper hand. 'Equal anil exact justice requires that, if the colored men of the soctb are to be enfranchised, the Indi...

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. — 26 January 1866

ttiiV.r-. ' ; f ' W Vou jnlnd 'flie'mornltnj! niottfor Vh n stood, sad-i- 'T'tjeliod bride, ' ' -.1 s:0 To whlpoi-that drerid " I Will," Wiloh to keep Tie sorely " Wert. ' '" Yon wild ' be brave mid winsome," bat another weary aJtfyf. I.-1'"- . ) :;;"!:' My bWt began to toll me, till my rosy cboek grew pale, l'alo ns' the cloude of snow-drift which across the valleys sweep; ' ' "' :I r'"' -Pale with the dread ol breaking what I knew I couldn't . keep,;- ' ',; !"' "Il '' .'' ': You led th, vloilm.'niother, to Hie nlter'a home unmoved, A lieart to vow affection for a heart it never, loved. ., You mind my young days, mother, ero ambition's ley sea 'gwept, nvalanchS-IIko, o'er the llfo llt 5b9d so gay and free, ... Froe as the mountain hill top, till a, pall-like cloud drop ' ped down -I ' i . '.'"l' And hid my height of happiness- with an unsought-for crown ' -' ' .Jho orown.0 wear wife-hood t nh 1 ' lis towelled for. the v . few ; -iiv t . - With gems of happy cbildbood, and with love...

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. — 27 January 1866

vo r. . Ml I" ITI m lllllll lWWTr Unit 'MMMMflMHI . I 5 I All ;.tt!uci . PLULISHKb EVERT MOUXING, I ' ' V MOM) AYS KXCKPTRU.) II V e. i. conxu & j. iinj o;iA, , V RJimiK ANO IMlOPlUKTOk- , ,- TeitSM Ttnrnly-&rtcr.nt iter week. .iy:tliln tofh-fewrier lr "iiiiiHili.-ltj instil, il; ilnec Hi'-miin $"JdU; six mutlni. $j ; oue yur, $S. Atve; tloiiioiiw iiiiMtued tit Job Printing. v : 4 I .very lonrf)tlnii nf iUin ituU luavy Job Printing exe nitfil with iii'Ktiu'H.i hihI ilcHpitcti, aii.i forwtinlwl iu (tor ori'vr t in i j jhti t nf Hip cttiiit ty. '(tyweiU jar Job I'riut :W' IHIixt lit Mtfdt AM tifiiitftf ll'ip.. U MAT ILL A HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. IIAXMt.Y XSiWOTl', 1'iop'rs. THIS P PL'LIR IIUL'SK, O'StTttAUT ."CATS!), . Near the Steamboat Landing ft Bailroad Depot, 11 14 Iii-uti rerootly enlarged nui improved, uud will uuw .Cimul.d:lttt JJOO GUESTS. 2T WII.I, I1X 0 )DUCTKI) a heretofore, iw FlilST UiiAS.S II )IJ -H. :iu I the pttronago ol tho tr.ivelhi,: public (. roni.of-irully...

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. — 27 January 1866

y ... ... jilaito Pouutaitutr. H A T l li D A Y 3IOJ S I X G, JAN. 21, lS6. LliTTEIl KR2,1'ju"jf u!,VDt',fi ,?nK Si:sAsvu.L,GrBlCo., O'g'ti.Jan. 0, 18GG. liOITOll MOUNTAINEER It (ll)l'B llOt roccBBniily follow ll.at, because yi u l.sivo no corrcFpomJcnt nt lliis yitacc, thero is no such town in tlio J5lno (now while) Mountains of Oregon. J)ut, us most of your readers are ro cuined not to lo as familiar with its l.tcuiion, iiutortttiBP, reaottrcep, us tlio wiiter, 1 vcnturo to note a few heim, connected with its history, Jiusl, resent and ftjtnro. lt futuro history, if of any importance, of courso de ,ends upon what is beneath tlio fui lace of tho ground, and as that is cov. trod with about threo fo.et of snow, j.erhnp it, will bo as well to attend to huch speculations in a Intitro letter. It Uion with 'us past and present that ' ivo have to do. IMANV1U.B AND PUmtOUNDINOS THK MIS ICS, AND VttOl'KOr.i'. Tho town is located on lilt Creek, at- its junction with the Middle Fork John Day ...

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. — 27 January 1866

Money Market. Pin Fr.ncl-c.i I Tender rn'oa Kew Vurk (lulil (iuil.tliiuu Epitome of Telegraphic News. (ClUI'ILED FUOM TUB ORMMMAX.l UATKS TO J A N I'AttT 10. A'en Vurk, Jan. I b. Tito 'iAi. Wash ington ie.'ial stales that a priva Idler tritiu a trust worthy son re from Paris, states that Ilia Legislature of tlie French Kaipiru U In assemble about the lGtli inst. 'I lip Kin iuror mi his opening nuMresi will express tlie inns' amicable ami paeili? sentiment- tii wnrtU the V, itej Stated, and unless in the meanwhile the relations of the two eountrius liccome hostile by measures on tinestions of Intiio , he. w U I p ouiise the cvai-it iliun of Mexico as promptly ns possible. ' IVimhinjnm. Jan. 15. Senator' Ch tidier offered n preamble nnd fsolutinns, declar ing ns follows :';.Tlie Uriti li Covcrutiicui I avinjj refused indemnity for damage uVme American toniuierco bv her subjects, there lore - '.. A . litso!i'tl, That the President be requested to withdraw our Minister from the Coti'-t ...

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. — 27 January 1866

In Jountainccr mi a I.v Montreal, S. S. liitrtlutt und his wifo wero lately indicted (or Ht iiLliing each other. They were a bud Uariletl jair. ' '. '' "" . .',' ' The lower branch of the Mirtsipsippl Leginlaturo has by n deci.led volo res jfctcd liio prooobiiion lo udmil negro eutl'l'dgo.' A I.ady complains in on custom paper tliatuhe encounters in noddy nono tint spoiled b ysnud prema.urely old men. , ' ' ' It is tail lliul there m moro Indian corn grown in Los' Angeles and Sun liernardino counties than in all the rest of California. , A model miniature locomotive made of gold and silver, with a ruby for a head. light, and costing 4,000, is on 'exhibition at Taunton. Muss. THE people of Aiutin, Nevada, want tlio Branch Mint for their State to. be located in their town instead of at Carson, tho capi'al. A nloiio in Cincinnati adopted tt FUinmaty mode of disposing of a rival in the ulfeclions of a colored woman in that city. Ho chopped his head off with a hale lie t while hoimpt. A ...

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