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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 27 February 1866

03 -v . ... . v ' -. - A -' ' ' . In VOL. V. j LLES, OREGON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY r. 1SOO. NO. O. , rs iruntEtneer, PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING, (HONDAYI IXOKPTID,) BY' JE. G.WXE & J. IIALLORAX, KDIT0H8 AND PROPHISTORd t'mwra "Twtntjf-fttxcenU per week, payable to the carrier per muiiili, by mail. $1; three months, ('2 60; six month, t6; oat year, $8. Advertisements inserted at low rates. ' , Job Printing. Every description of ptalu anil fancy Job Printing exe rted with neatness and despatch, and forwarded u per order to any part of thecouutry. Payment Jor Job Print inn mint 60 emu's on delivery oj work UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. UAKDLEY &SIALOTT I'rop'rs. THIS POPULAR UOUSI, CTNTBAUT LOCATKD, Near the Steamboat landing & Eailroad Depot, It w been reoautly eularged and improved, aud will now -a .-commodate 300 GUESTS. IT WILL Bit CONDUCTED as heretofore, as a FIRST CLASS HO'JiK, and the patronage of tho traveling public Is respectfully eellclte I. Jff Baggage takeu to 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. — 27 February 1866

lailg lilouutarirccr. TUESDAY MORNING, FKB. 27, 1800. kbws ovTHit iNBnion.)jy DETAIL YV? havo-Monlana dates to the 27l1 of January; tbo papers from Virginia City having ' como through by Salt Lako City in thirty daf a. ' The Sun Hivor excitement turns out to-'bo-a1 "'steamboat." Tho weather camb oh very cold, while hundreds of prospebtors were "out with insufficient supplies, and it is feared that many lives have been lost. . A man named James Talbot was Fork of tho Missouri by thrco high ' way men. lie lost two hundred ounces of gold dust and $650 in greenbacks, but escaped without personal injry. This happoned on tho main road from Virginia City to Ilolona. Tho Idaho Statesman thinks the .Branch Mint will yot be located at I3oiso City. Tho Washington States man appears to think that Tho Empo rium will bo tho place. When States men differ who is to docido ? Tbo .Now- York & Owyheo Corns pany'a Mill, at Owyhoo, commenooil crushing rock on the 7th of February. Tho Walla "Walla 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. — 27 February 1866

V - Money Market. New York fluid Quotations. V. Ban Frauclaco Legal Tender rates. .....I... ...13 Epitome QT Telegraphic News. fCOHPILKD MOM THK OaKDONIAIf . ', DATES TO FEURUART 23. ,New Yoi k, Feb 23. The original Repub lican element throughout the Stutea appear to side with Congress on the issue between that body and the President. 1 The resolution which passed the House, forbidding the admission of Southern mem bers, was taken up. Hr. Sherman opposed the consideration of the ques'ion, saying that it could not bo fairly discussed at the present time. Mr. Fesseuden said ho called up the motion because ho considered it of the greatest importance, il? acniel tuni there was any desire to get up a quarrel be tween the President and Congress,' If Con gress is placing itself inthe way of .recon struction by keeping out ,tue memoers irom the South, it oueht to know it.- Mr. Sher man, in renlv. thoueht thut tb.8 eveuta of yes'erday were too fresh in the memory of senators noi jo nave some...

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 February 1866

Tub Queon -of England him had a ppecial private fortune of 250,000 left Iter by a Mr, Neeld. , VaoM Homo the doasji is announced of Doctor Eamolmo, nephew -of Mud' 11 mo Letitia IiumoKeo, mother of the lionapartes. ' A statue of Rachel lias boeiu placed 'in the vestibule of the theatre Fran tiuia hi Paris opposite that of Mllo Mars ooraio and tragic. Chicago is jvrith5nf under amyflto rioua horrpr. Two fingers of man's hand came through a hydrant on Lake street recently. The people of Leydon, Holland, re cently made a raid on the cats of the town, and in ono night slow some six hundred. Tub latest Boston notion is a " pa per hat" company, which is now form ing. Paper hats, water proof and doi sirablo, are to be made for from oight to twenty five cents. Da. IlEaniNO, of Phildolphin, says tho surest preventive of cholera is sulphur "put hrflf a teU'Sptfbnful into each rf your stockings and go about your business" Adaii Isaacs Monkon's popularity is on tho wilTio, in England. She is pl...

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. — 6 March 1866

. - '-: ' f ,.s ;,..! ,Tlv. JST N DAIXKS. ORl GON, TUESDAY. SIAKCIt 0,1800. NO. 1G. s .ri'BLISIIEU EVERY HORNING, (MONDAYS KXOSPTKIt,) M E. G. COWSE & J. fiI.lLl.ORAV, ' KDITOIIS AND PK-OPKIKTOR-i. Tkhus Ttemly-fLrt cents per week, payable to the carrier ' per mouth, liy mail, 41; three inonthe, 2 60; iix " months, 3o- oue year, $8. Advertlseuieuia inserted at tow rate.' . ' , . " Job Printing-. ' Every deicription of plain uu4 fancy Job Printing xe uted Willi neatness and despatch, and f.a-warled a per Die1?!' to any part of the cuuutry. 'aatsntyer Job iritU ing must Oc Hiudi on delivery ttf work i ij5H(.a-5fc THE UiVJATILLA HOUSE, ' DALLES, OREGON. EiAXOLUV & SiA'ai'Ti I'rop'rs. BI3 F'lPUfcUt I10U3IS, OrNTIIAllT IOCATED, Hoar the SttnaVtmt Lauding Is Railroad Depot, Him been recently eulargod aud improved, oud will uow accommodate , - . . . 00 GUESTS. fT WIMi HM COVDUOTUD im Imrotofove. as ft FIRST Ob .183 U'J'JSJ'J, and the putrunuge of the travel In g jiuSUe i r.i.n.-tju...

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. — 6 March 1866

gailg $0uutaitucr. TUESDIT MOUSING, MARCH 6, 1400. Cuicol lias Appropriated $100,000 .to clean up for tho cholera. " Vb nro under obligations to A. Vf. iJuchnnanj Agnnt of Wells, Fargo & Co,, For neBpnpcr favors. Toe Stato Senate of Maino bas not it Binglo Democratic momber. Tho llouso stands 15 against 130 Union. The Quoboo bakers are forbidden to sell anything except stalo'brcud, tbo tnodical faculty having decided that now bread promotes cholera. Mr. Frank Kenyon, Territorial lMntcr of Idaho, arrived in town from hbovo last evening, 'and paid us B friendly call. A society for tho protection of chil dren put out to nurse bas been formed in Furis. Ten francs insures tho baby us much nourishment as It wants. The Emperor Napoleon having been. , iorbidden to smoke, by his physicians,, is distributing his meerschaums among nis frionds. Petroleum hns been found in Crys tal Creek, Scott Valley, California, land a company has been organised to work it. On tho Western plains, the avera...

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. — 6 March 1866

onntawccr; Money Market. Now York Cold Quotations ...... 138 San Francisco Lgnl Tender rates i,.v.(U Epitome or Telegraphic News. COMPILED mo TH OBEOONUH. DATKS TO J1AUCH 9, Wethinile; March 2. In the Semite, Mr. Ni'riii li introduced a petition from' the ottf-vi-Tj. ol the l'uoifio cquadrun, n t-k i ti an in vrfiise of pay,. Kpfrrred to naval comtnittf e. - Mr. Lane ottered a resolution instructing tliejudiu ary committee to inquire into and rriiirt on the polity of pasting a law calling n National G. invention la consider the amend ments to the Jouslilsnion, wkielt was ordered p inteu. The bill grunting lands in aid of tba con struction of a road Irmu Sprihgfii'ld, Mo., to the 1'iiciftu, paired. It endows the Atlantic and Paciflu Railroad Company with the lunc- , lions of a body corporate and pojitic. It authorizes U to cpusirttcl a railroad and eVe- . raph line from Springfield, Mo., vi Canadian river, at a point between '95 and 98 west, 'crossing the Uio Pecos near Aut invhleo, ...

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. — 6 March 1866

rv pacts And fancies. ; . Tub house in Kint-inglon where Sir Isuuc Now ion died, in march, 1727, -is it-bout Lu be demolished. ' Lakoiewicz, who whs Diclalor of Forilund during the lust rebellion, is now in London. n 7.., i. ... r - 1 1 11 Jl tsiltwui wao jjvm u i. annul ntmi was the most Irish-looking man in Parliament. , Mr. Colfax, in his journey to Calis forniu, gatliercd some ltileresting coul facts. Prentice. . Tub will of tho late Mr. Justico llaliburlon (Sam Slick) has been prov ed in tho London Court. Tho fxn-son-al property was sworn under 6,000. ArtMUs Ward oayR, that as a Son of Temperance ho buliovos in temper once hotels though, as a general thing, they nell poorer liquors than tho other sort1 There were eighteen deaths by vios lonoe in Now .York city, during the month of if ovombor. Sovoral respeo tablo citizens were shot while riding in their carriages). , A younp girl . goncrally fosos her freshness by ininglinc with fashiona ble society, as a bright stream does by ...

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. — 7 March 1866

-'-: 'K ?!!!;! i. ... ill vol. y. DA I.Li:, OKI CON, WErNESlA"V, MAX? CI I 1CO. no: io., ii i a ' i . buntaiucer, riBLISlIEl) EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS KXtlCPTKD,) BV E. G. COWSB & J. II4LLORA, ' IDITOHB AND PROPKIBTOIU. t , ttAtuTivmln-fictccnti per week, payable to the carrier por mouth, ly mail!; tltree months, six Mouths, ia ; oue year, $S. Advertisement inserted at low rutin. . Job Printing. Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe nted with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per order to any part itf the country. iiimentJor Job lrinl ing nud be made m delivery oj work. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. IIAXDLEY &S13LOTT I'rop'rs. THIS P'lPUL.in HOIMK, OFNTRAU.T LOCATED, Near tha StasmbDat Landing & Bailroad Depot, II t boon recently enlarged and Improved, and will now Accomuuxlate 30 0 GUKSTS. IT WILL BH CONDUCTED as heretofore, as a FIRST CLASd IIi)UsH,jiu. the patronage or the traveling" public H respectfully solicito 1. . , Mjip Hiixvo taken tothe ...

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. — 7 March 1866

.H'EDXESDAY MORNING, MAUCII I860. Thb total expenditure ol tho U. 3. TrouonpiT fni- thn nnnrter rndincr Dei .KWUUWIJ ' - . -- - "J " I"- cember, 18G5, was $280,898,249 14. ' Quite onumbor of animals, pack and riding, arrived by the boat lust evening en route to tho mines. A single township in Los Angeles county last year, produced eighty-five thousand bushels of corn-, which sold at forty,cents per bushel. Fifteen hundred dwelling houses were erected in Philadelphia tho past season, but tbo demand for tenements is' now as great as over. "Thirty-seven ydars ago the amount of corn exported from Chicago was 70 bushels. In 1805, tho shipments reached 40,000,000 bushels. PUBLIC SCHOOL.. o yesterday paid a. visit to the Publio School, and ore proud to bear testimony "to the pood order and effi ciency of that institution. It is always wise to encourngo movements that have for their object the education of tho youth. The facilities for educat- warm weather set in, will inevitably mM IND ffl...

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. — 7 March 1866

-aw 'cpatto onntaiuccr: mmm MM H BamjMBaa-......... Money Marmot. Kpw York fljiM Quotations ; 138 Sim Fncittco I.eal Tender rate 73j Epitome of Telegraphic News. COMl'lLES mOM Till OREOONUX. DATUSTO JIAHCH3. New York, .March 2 The Timet' Washing, ton Fpcciul dispatch snj 3 : The President is fully su tuinvd by Ilia , Cabinet, and tbe.e will Lie no rupture. H'tuhinrion, March 1. Mrs. June G. Swiss lit'lm was dismissed from ft clerkship in the (.Quartermaster General's ollice on Monday, Jor using lnnfT'inge disrespectful to the Presi dent, in it little weekly paper edite I by her. , Chicago. March-1 The Tnbuneii Washing ton dispatch says: The principal feature of the proceedings of Congress yesterday, was the discussion of Binelnuu's Constitutional Amendment, r tie House. Mr.' Davis, of Now. York, a moderate Republican, (poke lor an hour and a half agmnst it, taking in nome respects the ground occupied by the President, viz.: That such impo. tant ques t ons, effecting tho interests 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. — 7 March 1866

mnimax. FA0P8 AMI FANCIES. v- A new instrument, colossal horn, cal led the Aorophimo, has been Invented, which is played by steam instoad of human broalb. The idea is evideiftly a plagiarism of the fog horn, which wakes the echoes of solitude by a dis mal moan, board miles off. The pompous epitaph of a closefisU ed citison closed with the following passage of Scripture: ."He that givoth to tho poor, lendeth to the Lord." " JJat may be so, soliloquized sambo, "but whon dat man died, de Lord didn't owe im a red cent! ' '. The talent of tunning into ridicule, ana exposing to luugnter those one conversus with, is tho gratification of little minds and ungenerous tempers. A youngytian with this cast of mind cuts himself off from all manner of im provement. , Havana accounts notice the arrival there of the ex-Emporor p( Hayti, Soulouquo, bis Primo Ministor, Solo mon, and twontyifour others of his family and suite, on their way to St. Thoraas.haviug been expelled from Ja- maca bv the Britis...

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. — 8 March 1866

Oalles, orfgon, thuiisd at,' JIAlCH, 8, JfO0. 1 3NOT IV vol.. r. Mountaineer, PUBLISHED EYERt. MORNING r (MONDAYS KXOKPTKD,) By ; . ., . : . i E. G. COWSE & J. lit L. LOR AX, IDIT0U3 AND PHOPKIBTOH; I 1 ' TaiiHs Tioe.iity-fiwctnU per weak, paynble to the carrier per month, by mail, $1; three months, $'i 50t six munths, $d; ouo your. $8. Advertiaenieuts insorted.at low rates. ' . Job Printing. '," 1 " ' Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe utcd with licatmiss and despatch, aud forwarded as per order touny part of the country. Payimtjer Job Print UMATILLA HOUSE,' . DALLES, OREGON. ' . . HANDLE & SI.VXOTT, I'rop'rs rnis popular nousi, orvnuuT looated, "- Near the Steamboat Landing & Bailioad Depot, Haa been racoutly enlarged and Improved, and-will now accommodate v ' '' , 30 0 GrtJEfSTS .k ! T WILL RH CONDUCTED as heretofore, as a FIttST Ji. CtjASd HOUSE, mi J the patronage of the traveling nublio 1h reshuutlullv Htilicitft . , - Arf Bagao takou tulho House...

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. — 8 March 1866

THUKSBAf MORNINtl, MARCH 8, 1800 The Public Schcofs or Mariposa, Col.t lave been closed for want of funds to pay the teachers. ' " .Tat number of National Batiks row io existence lb the United States, is sixteen bflhdrod and twent,yBi. : Mrs. Crtft. a widow lady, has cowxd action for breach of prom- inat Michael Reese, of San I ... - L - X ana ciiurns damages in toe BuVoHIOO.OOO. Bum- ' ' It is Mfmored in San Francisco that the ship on which John Wilson's cir. cas was on board, bound for Australia, was lost at son, carrying all on board to the bottom. 1 A company is being organized at Columbus, Georgia,- & go to. Mexico. Judgo Swan, lately of Tennessee, add ex member of the Confederate Con gress, is at the head of it. .Sib Robebt JA8fi, the newly ap pointed Justice ot the Court of Queon's Itnnoli in Knrrlnnrl won linrn in the - .v-u.-( ... (, , -- , oity of New York, where, until re- csutly, bis parents vesided. Vthb cars of the O. S. N. Company IOT vetno, uru uuw eunjriug uovjr...

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. — 8 March 1866

Money Market. New York Gold Quotations... Ban Francisco Legal Tonder rates uI3S ,.h.i....1 Epitome or TclcsraphlC KtWs. fCOMFlLID FROM TBI OUiaoIIIUC. San Franciico, Mitrch Tbj annual eleo- tioQ for the officers of the Mechanic's Inti- tute yesterday ended in a drawn ballot, the i-ecwlur and opposition tickets each electing fcalf of their candidates. The regular ticket was headed by II. J. Booth, the loundryman, nd the -other by J. II. Plum, who held the last year. The success of Mr. Booth is sig " nific'ant in view of the lact that the objec tions to him were chiefly his position on the eight hour law. About 7 o'clock this morning a man was en hanging about Wells, Fargo & Co.'s, waiting for the establishment to open. His movements were so singular as to attract the attention of passers by, and he was "watched with interest by the people in the -vicinity. After the' office had opened, he stepped dp to the counter and presented a . bag containing $8,000 in gold coin and about $1,...

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. — 8 March 1866

ittln ffiottittatnm 1 On the occasion ot the marriai;o of a young ludy ia one of th suburban tiitiea of Bustoo, recoiuly, Mrs. O'Blaiv ney, wbo bud been conn Jen tiul wash, woman in tbo family for muny moons, was honored with an invitation. She was on baqd in soason,' dressed in gorgoous array and was assigned to un honorable seat in tho parlor, where of slio seemed determined to maintain the dignityr' regardless of exponse While the guests were assembling, a young lady wbo was looking up her ac quuiniunccs in the parly, came face to luco, with Mrs. U blarney, whom she linow professionally, and expressing consitorable aft6nishment, inquired, " How did you oomo iierv?'' Mrs. O Blarney Blrnigfcnod up a peg and an eweved.wiih somuch emphasis that the whole company beard: "As I shalj go to mo grave oh mo two foot!" i-j Ir, shoold never be forgotton by thosa who . profess to be judges of human nature, that the religous fool ing may exist in its strongest form, unaccompanied .by either am...

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. — 9 March 1866

VOL. TA X r.!FS, OPI GON, FRIDAY, MAKOH O, Ustolj. NO. 18. Pl'BLISIIED EVERY MORNING, ; , . ,. (MONDAfa EXCEPTED,) 8S ' li. G. tOWXK & J. IIALIORAN, EDITOKS AND PROPRIETORS. TtRiia Tweuty-Jioecenti por week, payable to the carrier per inuiith, by mail, il; three niojiths, $2 60; six mouths, $5; one year, $8. Advertisements Inserted at low rates. Job Printing. AEvery description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe med with ueulf oss und despatch, and forwarded an per orfer to any part of the cotmtry. Payment Jor Job Print xng mutt lit made on delivery uj work. y UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. MANDLUY i8101Tt.ITop'r8. THIS POPULVR HOUSE, 0ITRALLT LOCATED, Neat -the Stsarabaic finding & Railroad Depot, ' llaa boon recency enlarged and Improved, and will now t Accommodate , - 30 0 GUESTS. IT WILL BK CONDUCTED as heretofore. M FIRST CLASS HOUSH, and. the patrouage of the traveling --- public Is respectfully soliclte I. Baggage taken to the Home free of charge. Hume ' open all ni...

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 March 1866

(Ha. Mayhew's Funereal. The funereal of Mr. N. C. Mnvhew took placo vestorday at 2 o'clock p. M., on4 Second street, attended by the members of Columbia 'Lodge No. 5, I. 0, O. . F.,arro) Mr. J. V. Going, Right Worthy Grand Warden of the Grand Lodgo'ot the State of Oregon, and a large number, of friends. 'At ihe timo of his' death, Mr. Maybow hold tho exalted position of R. W. Deputy Grand Master of tho State, and no doubt his labor and wise coun sel will lie sorely missed in that body. Ihe fanereal services wore held at the Congregational Church by Rev. Thomas Condon, after which his re mains were conveyed to the burial- ground, and interred with the cere monies of Odd Fellowship usual on such occasions. FRIDAY MOUSING, MARCH 9 1860. The sidewalk on Union street, near tho Columbia Hotel, is dangerous, and should bo ropaircd at once. , The Idaho Statesman favorshe es tablishment of a mail line from the Dalles to Boiso City, via Canyon City. Amaonetie bank lock, without koy or keyhole...

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 March 1866

gailg Poiintaraccr.l WlLhOUt 6UCCCB8. Monev Al&rltet. N.V Ywk Hold Quotations...'. ;1M P,8'!,"r Boa Fmuciaco Leglil Tunder nnos ivs PKOCEBUIN03 OB ClTV COUNCIL. At B SpO- meeting of the Common. Council of Dulles City , held nt tbe KovorJer's oflico, o.i Wednesday- Bfternoon. Mitch 7th, 1806, nt the call of the Mavor. there were present N. H. Gates, Mayor, Uui hannn, Welch, Miller nnd Bird, Councilmen. nod i . S. Holland, Kccoider The minu es of Inst meetiiiir were-read so. 1 approved, and signed by the Mayor, The coinin t'eo on streets and public prop erty reported progress and asked for further time, which was granted. The committee on finances, in tho c.nttir o co, Win bills and'claims referred, made a r-iioit. And recorumeudeu thai the claims of W. II. Farrnr, Klint & Dougherty, Dr. Hun ter and Ed. Roth, be rejected ; and, on mo tion, the leoort was adopted and said bills rcjecied. Also the report of said committee in the matter of the petition to increase ped- - dler's l...

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 March 1866

CHI glatlg IIToEntatnm The hoi r to England's throne in not .giving entire satisfaction to her Ma ' jesty's subjects. Many think he spends Jiis lime and hid lifa in a frivolous mam nor. The London Telegraph, in a leu J. orticlo, thus takes him to task : '.No one censures his love of pleas tiro, for his tastes tiro essentialy man ly btvj; thoro are times when it should he moderated by other considerations. Huntinir. phejisant'shootinff, deeM stalking it is devoutly to bo wished that none of our pm'riecs had'ever fol lowed more questionable pursuits than these: but he has readied nn ago at which somo of tho graver affairs of life might not unreasonably claim a larger share of attention. Il is only right that tho first gentleman of the British Empire should bo at home in tbo saddlo or among tho hills; but the holidays of life must not blind us to . its duties, and thoro is a timo for all things, grave as well as gay. England is glad to soe that the princo pairon izos tho drama, nor is ...

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