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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 20 March 1866

Hhisiiei (2 : . - :s?n v3 'iv; t' J I 13 1 H .. .: - .. . . . A A u vol. r. DALLES, OREGON, fVESDAY, MAKClt J30, llfce. ZVO. S7. 1 gaiig Mountaineer, PUBLISHED ETERT HOMING, (MONDAY! (XCKPTID,) BY IB. G. COWAIB & J. IIALLORAN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. tmutTvottf-fivtcenU per week, payable to the carrier per munth, by mail, $1 ; three months, ti 60 ; tlx months, tb ; one year, $8. Advertlumeuu Inserted at low rates. Job Printing. , Kvery description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe- titeu witn neatnees ana despatch, ana lorwaraea hs per order to any part of the country. Figment Jor Job Print ing mutt oe maae on atuvtry oj worn W. It. JJOl CitWSS, jPraetlcn.1 Watchmaker, And Dealer In FIXE WATCHES A. JEW ELK IT, DALLES, OREGON. . Established BALDWIN BRO,, DEALERS IN GROCERIES ! CORNER OK Main and Cnlou Streets, Dalles. J. 0. BALDWIN nihSl-tf V.W.BALDWIN, FURNITURE ! FURIjJTURE JrtNIT0, GLOBE nOTEL BUILDING vd.iai nine j Dalles City, have on hand a variety Household Furniture, ....

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. — 20 March 1866

X TUESDAY HORNING, MARCII 20, I80G. Auctioneer Williams advertises a large sale of Household Furniture to- 3 I-' - , . ; Home-Again. Wo welcome back to his old homo our frload Frank T. Dodge, Esq., who after a pleasant trip, to the East, comes to resume his flu lies as Agent, of the Q. S. X. Co. at this place. . . Homicide at Poptitanqi A man named George JJadue was shot in front of a house of ill-fame in Portland, on Saturday morning last, by some per' s,on unknown, Badtw was a fugkivo from justice in Califoriutv, ' XJMATipiiA.GDUNTTC:DEIEOATES.-The Union County Convention for Umatil la County., sefeoiod the following gons tlemen as delegates to the Union State CJowrontion : Thomas McCoy, . W. II. iBarobart, H. S. Stone, Ward well, and J..C. Franklin Notable Death. Hon. A. At, Poe( formerly, oditor of tho Omrtand 'Press, Olympia, W. T., and a genial, whole. puuled own, died recently in Napa Oily, Cal. Deceased had filled soveral i important positioaain tbo. neighboring .territory. ...

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. — 20 March 1866

Montr Market. Now York Gold Quotations .'...12 Sose Kmiicljco Legal Tender rules 7b j Kpltorae of Telegraphic News. f COMPILED rtlOX tnB OREOOmAX. DATES TO MARCH 17. Washington, .Mutch 16. Rout. Dale. 0ft appeared tie fore the (Louse committee' on for tiirn Hlfairs j-esterday, twvd nrgiie4 in tavir of the new proposition to pWantee the $50 000 - 000 to tbe Republic of Mexico. He.' believed ii was the duly of tbe United States to assist tie'fp'iborinx Republic, struelintr ngaitict the muchiniWriMis ol hnpptinl despotism. Ulie Secretary of Arizona Im-i been appoint d Governor of Ilnho, vice Ca'eb Lyon. The Conatitu'iotinl Amendment, which wn tunde the especial order for yesterday in the Benate,"tvill b taken np' early next week, -having been postpone! bv general consent. A'l itnpoiUnt case is before the Supreme Court, involung tbe t'oiictiti:Wnality of the Wat onth imposed on the cleipy, lawyers ntvi other prolesM ins, bv the new btnte Uonsuui , lion of Mi sourl. There ii also before ...

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. — 20 March 1866

mountaineerI11 fluirtaiuccr PACTS AND FANCIES. A lady in .New York used kerosorie in he move to boil her water. She is now in heaven. Soon after thb death of Jadtsdn, Tom Oorwin was asked whether he thought the old hero had gone to Heaven. "I don't 'know," Raid Trim, his marked countenance 'relaxing at the conception of the joke,"I don't know; but if the General made up his mind to go to Heaven' all could vet preventtim." Why Petroleum .V. Nasbt mjft "Washinoton. Yetek much ez I love Washington I wuz foecod to leave it. 1 mite hov staid there, but tbe truth iz the planks of tMt oity add the pave, tnents are harder and worse to sleep on than uv any other city in the Uni ted Suits, i bed lived to months by passin miself off ez a dimekratjotj gressman, but that cood only last a short time, there not being many of that pursuasion here to personate. 1 bed gone tbe rounds ov the bouse, ez ofton et it wa4 safe, and ono nite com menced on the senit. Goin into Wil lard's I called for a go uv...

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. — 21 March 1866

en ' : vol.. r. DALLES, OltEGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 01,1800. NO. 8. V PUBLISHED EVERY HOMING,; (MONDAYS iXOKPTID,) BY E. G. COWNE & J. IIALLORAN, IDITOHS AND PR0PRIKT0R9. . Terms Twenty-five cenU per week, payable to the carrier iper month, by mail, SI; three months, $2 60; six muuths, 6; oue year, $D. Advertisements inserted at . Mow rates. Job Printing. Every description of plain and fanuy Job Printing exe nted with neatness.and despatch, anil forwarded a per order toauy parfuf the country. lMymenl Jor Job Print ing must be made on delivery oj work,- . II. DOLftLlSS, Practical Watohmakor, And Dealer In FIXE WATCHES &' JEWELUT, . DALLES, OREGON. i Etallitiiliea 1857. BALDWIN BRO,, DEALERS IN OROCERIES ! CORNER OF Slain and Union Streets, Dalles. J. C. BALDWIN mh2I-tf F.W.BALDWIN. FURNITURE ! FURNITURE DIERLAM Sc WENTZ, vlNITU.. QLOBB HOTEL BUILDING. "'VI """" . Household Furniture, kenibrncing Tables, Chain, Bureaus 'Uedsand llediiteadn, Bedding.Carpeta etc., etc., all of whi...

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. — 21 March 1866

v nmitaiiucrJ W KU xKaDAT Humane., Ja A Kt a 21, law. This TJmatilTa Advertiser has re J earned publication. THE Pacific is advertised to leave On this evening at 6 o'clock ; the More tana Will aUo Bail this evening at 8 o'clock -; eompiisn, all or wmcii, tiiey maae luree aii- OfrEOON IlKRALD "please X'T We Uerent visits to the camp. Capt. Williams have been- sending the Mountaineer to your address for some time, but do not gut the Herald. . - i Tfftf Walla Walla Statesman com- plahlB that teams, which had come to that town With faoility, Stall in the main Btroot I Daniels, alius "Jloosier Dan," confined at Umatilla, on the charge of being the Orleans Hotel robbers, broke jail, by cutting through the floor, on Mon day lust, and effected their escape. The Oregonian is of the opinion that the opposition on tbe Willamette river ij probably over. The facts have not eome to light as yet, but a change of eotno kind has evidently taken place in affairs, by which the companies tin. rmtinrnm...

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. — 21 March 1866

pails P onntaiuccr. Money Market. "New York Gold Quotations A 124 San Francisco Legal Tender rates Vi . Epitome of Telegraphic. News. f COMPILED tlOH f HI OBKOOKIalf . DATES TO MARCH 17. Ghica , March 19. Gen. Pupa hag written to to th Wur Uepartmeut concerning the plan of establishing military posts from Minnesota, to Mnoluna. Ho Says that be intends to place a largo garrison at Wadsworlh, and also at ort KHcy. Military posts will 16 re-e.Ub' liahed at Fort Burlhold and Fort Union at the mouth ot Yellowstooe river. There will also be a post at the uroasing of Powder river, nearly due west of Powder bills, and two other posts between there and Virginia City, Montana. This arrangement will give a di rect and trood ronte from boitbweat Mtnne ota to Montana via Sioux Falls, Fort It i lev Black Hills, and the valley of the Yellowstone river. ' The posts thus established, will be in ttructed to furnish all assistance in their liower to emigrants. Reports Irora all parts of Canada and alo...

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. — 21 March 1866

T'TTiTu irripi Satin Mountains . FACTS AND FANCIES. A destructive fire is reported as hav '.iog taken placo on Jienaeboff Ban, tioar Petroleum Contre, in the Penn sylvania ell region. The Mull an Road. The-citizens Walla Walla aro attempting to raise $5,000 for the re opening of the Mul. ran Road. The statesman says a like turn can be raised in Sun Francisco. A Connecticut deacon was attachs ing a very poor and feeble pair o oxen to a very large load of wood. A neighbor askod him how be expected to get Bo large a load to market with so poor a team. The doacon replied that ho expected to have help from Divine Providence His neighbor asked blm whether it would not be as well to dispense ontirely with theoxen and let Providence draw tfie whole load. A black minister was closing up his prayer, when some white boys in the corner had the ill manners to langb, so that the sable suppliant beard them, lie had said but a moment before, and vory earnestly, "Bloss all dat human," when the' laug...

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. — 22 March 1866

DA-T.JL.f3S, OUF.GON, THUIISOAY, MA11CH 3, 1806. NO. SO. vol.. r. V auntoneer, PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING, (MONDAVI tZOKPTID,) BY E. G. COWKE &. J. II A Ei LOR AST t ED1T0B8 AND PROPRIETORS. Terks Twenty -Hvecentt per week, payable to thecarrier per month, by mail, SI; three months, (4 60; lis months, $5 ; one year, $8, Advertisement Inserted at low rates. Job Printing. Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe nted with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per order to any part of the country. Puymentjor Job Print ing mint be made on delivery oj work. XV. B. DOUGLASS, Practical Watchmaker, And Dealer In -gfc FI.tE WATCHES Jit. JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. listulllslieU 1857. BALDWIN BRO., DEALERS IN GROCERIES ! CORN mi OF Main and Union Streets, Dalles. J. 0. BALDWIN ni21-tf P. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE ! FURNITURE DIEItLAM te WENTZ, -.OWNlTUa; GLOBE IIOTF.L BUILDING, upw nHu m t i ; ..... Household Furniture, .embracing Tables, Ohalrs, Bureau! Ueds and Bedsteads, Bedding, ...

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. — 22 March 1866

0itutainccL THURSDAY MORNING, HA11CH 2, 1SCO. '' The attention of those desirous of investing in real estate, is directed to the advertisement -of Mr. VilVia.ms,, Auctioneer, in this morning'B paper. Six months residence in the State, three months in the county, and fifteen days in tba precinct qualifies a citizen of tho United, States to vote at our lections. A touno, tan named Dimmick, liv. ing in Bonton county, was last week lost for throe dayajn the Coast M jun tains. Ho walked constantly the whola time, and finally arrived at the house ot a settler, in a state of great exhaustion. Grant County Delegation. Tho following gontlemen compose the Union delegation from Grant county to tho State Convention : M. A. Berry, V. Adams, II C. Grogory, T. II. Brendt and J F. Wolfinger. The county con vention meets on the 1st of May for the nomination of county officers. Canyon City. Sheriff Berry, who arrived from Canyon City yosterday informs us that high water in the Canyon had done conside...

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. — 22 March 1866

ay Tatto luoraiaiuccr Money Market...1 New York Ootil Quotations.... ............. .'.121 San Francisco Legal Tender rates 77 Epitome or Telegraphic News. COVPILKD FROM TBI O&IOONIAIC. DATES TO MARCH 10. Washington, March 19. In the Itouse, Mr. Kasson, of Iowa, intro-. duoed a bill to nmond the Act of July 18ih, 18G2, to aid the construction of n ruilroad and telegraph from the Amoor river to the Pucifio. Referred to oonnnitteo on Pacific Urilroad, Air..' Bid well, of Cal., introduced hill to enable the Stuto of California to reclaim lunda within, the. limits ot the State. Referred. Mr. Dawson, of Penn., offered a resolution reciting that the United State cannot guarantee bonds of tho Mexican Republic or any other gov. ornn.ont without .impnifing its own credit, und impohirif.' now burdens on 'the j)' ople. Tho House refused to second the demand for the previous question, nud tho resolution went over. Mr. Windom, of Minn., introduced a joint resolution authorizing tho " Secretar...

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. — 22 March 1866

FACTS AND FANCIES. The prospects of tbe Sandwich Island sugar crop are first-rate. . Maryland expected to raise 8350, 000 this year by levies on tt6 oyster trade, bat will get only $40,UUU. Memphis had only 25,000 population in 1860 but now claims 60,000 or 70, 000. Gem Carl Sohuri has been encaced as a Washington correspondent of the JSuw lork lnbune. Mount Olympus is to be desecrated by English enterprise, a coal mine hav ing boon discovered at its base. Nebrask V is growing fast, and has 59,000 inhabitants now, twice as many a. Nevada or Colorado, cow both states. The groat asylum for inebriates at Binghumton, N. Y., has only a dofton patients. Thero are drunkards enough who want to rdorm, but it's too expensive. A rovenuo officer on the Canadian border who insisted on soiling the corpse which some bereaved relatives woro transporting to this country, ljurid the coffin lull of costly silks. GEonaB W. Julian, congressman elect from the fifth Indiana dinrict, was !owhidod,tho othor...

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. — 23 March 1866

vol. r. DALLES, OU1.GON, FRIDAY, MA.ttO.1 83, 1?00. NO. 30. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS 1X0EPTID,) BY E. . COWNC & J. HAL LOR AN, EDITOUS AND PROI'Kl tTOV. T(niia Twtnty-fivtcentt per week, payable to the carrlor per month, by mail, $1; three months, $2 50; Biz munthe, $5; out year, $8. Advertleetneuts inserted at tow rates. Job Printing, Hvery description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe ttted with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per order to any part of the couatry. Payment Jor Job Jhrint ing must be made on deliver oj work. IV. It. IIOl ,1MS, Practical VVatclimitlcer, And Dealer In FIVE WATCHES A. JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. Istablished 1857. DEALERS IN GROCERIES ! CORNER OF Main and Union Streets, Dalles. J.O.BALDWIN mli2t-tf P. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE ! FURNITURE DIERLAM te WENTZ. -.tiftN ITtla. GLOBE HOTEL BUILDING, Household Furniture, h embracing Tables, Chairs, Bureaus "Uedsand Bedsteads, Bedding, Carpets etc., etc., all of which will be sold at low rates, f...

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 March 1866

0-1 FRIDAY MOUSING, MARCH 23, 1860. Tub population of Montana is esti mated at over 30,000. Queen Emma, of; the Sandwich Islands, baa arrived at Florouce, Italy, with a largo number of attendants Tue Democracy of Idaho City bad a largo and enthusiastic meeting on hearing of the President's Veto. They endorse. Reprieved. Acting Gov. Mcaghor of Montana has reprieved James B. Daniols, convicted of manslaughter, and ordered him released from cutody. The Idaho World of the 10th inst, Buys that the snow is rapidly disap pointing, the water beginning to run, and miners are at work with fine prospects. Caught Again. "iloosier Dan" and Williams, the Orloana Hotel rob bers, who recently escaped from the Umatilla county jail, have been re. captured. Tbey were discovered se creted under an old log house, not over a mile from their former place of confinement. Tub soiree of the Dalle? Social Club, which took place on Wednesday evoning last, was ono of the most pleasant affairs of that nature eve...

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 March 1866

Money' market. New York Gold Quotations nil Prtuiclitco Legal Tender rated 12 Epitome of Tclexraplilc News. fOOUFILKD KOM THE OtttOOMAM. DATG8 TO HARCU HI, New York, March 20 Tho Herald's epeciul Toronto dispute!) IVom OUawa, Bays Ihut a batlory lolt lliero tor tho frontier on Saturday, and other do' luetitnonla of Irooim for tho front nro reported at four diflercnt points. Tho organization ol new companies was noinj;. forward with great activity "i'ho alarm seems to bo unabalod. Everybody now beliovos that ttio FoniuhM mean lo make ti desperate utiompt to obtain Canada as a baBO. very little dependence is placed on tho American Governments protos sions of neutrality. Tho authorities foel.that they can expect no sympathy from tho United States, and must help ihomselves if they would maintain peace. Tho published statements show that 10.000 regulars and l.OOii volunteers aro under arms, and 1,500 more men are drilled and aimed but not under ? i,uy- Tho Herald's Toronto special dis pa...

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 March 1866

nib ffloitntainicr. FACTS AND FAMOUS?. Mas. Wirtz indigmnlly defvieB the fitory thatehe tried to poison her has's band white kissing him, and ewsai's to "what she says. Most of the silk machYn'cry 'hat a's thrown out of uao in Covington, jn gland, by the operation of the high tariff established in this country dur. ingthe waT, haseen brough't ver Lore an J is already in operation. A couple who mot for tliefirst limo in a car on the New Yofrk and Erie railroad, the other day, Jiked each other bo well that when the train reached Elraira they got out,struck for The nearest clergyman's and weie married. IIev Dr Barnes, a Methodist clergy man, 80 years old, was recently arrest ed at Philadelphia for marrying a 'wouple who was under age. While the jury were out, deciding how to dispose of him, the old man died from a sudden attack of vertigo. Watebpalm are making a great disturbance in Germany. Tho ini nocent maidena there weuro their hair hanging in long plaits, and pestilent follows are...

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 March 1866

mi 3 T.i. VOL.7. DALLK8, OREGON, pATUKDAY, BIARCM! 94,1806. NO. 31. M E I J r II Fil m Hi ( V B A.jr1. t -1 rT. .'t?yc,-''S ountahun; PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (Mondays sxckptkd,) bt E. G. COViE & J. II.4LLORAN, ltDITOHS AND PROPRIKTOR. Virus Twmly-fivtcenlt por week, payable to the carrier per month, by mail, tl; three months, 12 60; six months, $6; one year, $8. Advertisements insorted at tow ratea. Job Printing, Every description ot plain am) fancy Job Printing exe ntetl with neatness and despatch, and forwarded us per order to any part of the country. Payment Jor Job i'rint ing mutt be made on deliver oj work. , K IJOl (l VSS, Practical W&tehmnltors And Boater la FIXE WATCHES &. JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. Established 1857. KALI) Wl IV BXtO., DEALERS IN CORNER OK Main and Union Streets, Dalles. i.C. BALDWIN mli2Mf F. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE! FURNITURE DIKItLAM Sc WENTZ, fc)HNIT"Uj, GLOBE I !Sp Dalle. City, I fl$i&SM Houschi ; HOTEL BUILDING, , have on tiauil h variety ...

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 March 1866

B.lTUKD.iy JIORXIXG, MARCH 24, 1800. Sewing Machines for Sale. It will bo Boon by reference to our advert tilting columns tbat among other things to bo sold at auction to-day by Mr. Williams are throe sewing machines of different makers. We are indebted to B. J. Fengra, Esq., of Eugene City, foe a copy of the .Report of the Recent Surveys and Progress of Construction of the Oregon Central Military road. A hasty look, ing over is all we have yet boen able to give it, but we are convinced it is full of valuable and interesting infor mation. The City Election. We publish in another column, this morning, an advertisement calling a Democratic mass meeting, to nominate candidates for city offices. We had hoped that party politics would be thrown aside in selecting men to fill the few offices that our City Charter creates; but eome men cannot for a moment, nor upon the most trivial affair, depart from the " time honored principles" of Democracy. There are a great many voters of the city wh...

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 March 1866

; gen M jailir jgonntakcr. Money Market. ' New York Oold Quotations , . Sun granclwo Legal Tender ratos ." f J? PROM MOSTASA. Wk compilo tho following nows items from tho Montana Post of the 24th ult. . vmaisu OITT 1THMS. An exceedingly rich ledge of auriferous qm.ru has been discovered, near what T8 known ag Qorman A,do; n other named the Erebua has been found, at Hot fcprings, in which gold can be dis' covered ecattered through the quartz. wOX?' ,n f00t' selIs in this P of the U '. ? 'efy eTod price, and, as the Item snot quoted in our market report, we give - mv. w uur inenas in me States. K" ,' .t,h! Prcin.t"be, wl.h but ....... r.OUH, lu grunuoe, Bells at S30- iii.ih.tfl 11 t . " nas suffered tbe i Is that flesh is heir to till full grown, if of the femininn ironHo- ! ... . ' " ul Two men. J. R. Hawlnir nf nu mir w. n.,t . u . ' ,rom Missouri, went out on a hunting expedition in the Yellow, stone country in i-. n .. f,L . v,i -v'viuuoi ms,. rortions ' n . .-r 8adi leS' and a ri...

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 March 1866

latin Mountaineer. FACTS AND FANCIES. A swoet nut for llio gosnip: Anna pickirmon is soon to be married. to a Iv'ow York journaliHt and widowor, to whom eho has been privutoly ongaged for four-years, lie encouraged ber in her oratorical n epilations, and to him she ascribes all bur success. NeiL, Brothers & Co., prominent cotton brokers at Now Orleans, esti mate the amount of cotton still to como forward at 960,000 bales. The total of the eld and now crops they estimate at from two millions one hundred thousand bales. At Now York, the prices of buthors' meat, except pork, are. about 25 per cent higher than Inst j-ear at this time, fork, is ton per cent lower. Poultry 5s generaly lower; butter is fivo to ten per cent a pound less; fish are some cheaper, nnd potatoes and cabbages aro twontysfive por cent Iowor. William Conway, for more than 40 years an enlisted man in our navy, died recently at the naval hospital, New York. lie was the man who sturdily refused to lower tho United ...

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