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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 31 March 1866

0) W It 0 H tt4 1 vol.. r D LLES, OREGON, SATURDAY, MARCH iil, iSOO. NO. 37. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS SXOKPTHD,) Bt . E. G. COWNG & J. HALIORAN, XDIT0U8 AND PROPRIETOR. . i mxiTuimtii-Jlvr ctnlt per week, payable to the curler . per month, by mall, $1; three mouths, 2 50; six months, $5 j ouo year, $4. Advertisements inserted at low rates. Job Printing. Kvery description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe ated with neatness and despatch, and forwarded an par eider to auy part of the eunutry. Payment Jor Job frint ing mutt lit mailt on delivery (J work. IV. IS. DOUGLASS, Practical Watchmuker, And Doaler Id FIXE WATCHES & JEWELRY, ; DALLES, OREGON. ' Established 1857. BALDWIN J3HLO., DEALERS IN GROCERIES! CORNKB OF Main and Union Streets, Dalles. J. C. BALDWIN mh21-tf F. W. BALDWIN. FUKNITURE ! FURNITURE DIEULAM & WENTZ, a T N I T tiff GLOBE IIOTKL BUILDING, V Ztfxm liWt'gUjy Ttwlln. O.itv l-nva.,n l,n.l nvurintv iMMi Household Furniture, y embracing Table, Chair...

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. — 31 March 1866

f aito 111 v . t - lu- : I i. - . I . .UUlUaiUtU Moj. Glenn, U.S. A., for a copy of tlio Idaho Statesman of tho 22d inst., SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 31, 18C0. (rom w)ich we et lho following' items: TWO StBgOb -NOTICB. During royuluonoo Mr. IlENRKCATLkT IrSVCl 18 increasing, will havechargo of this popor, mill lie It nnthorixcd to I came Jfl from the WCet Oil Tlie8day, tr intact nil Dusincss peruuuing io mi oinco. Match 23, 1800. JAVKa 1IALL0RAN. A linseed oil mill is to bo started at Salem. Tub Olymjiia Standard says that place can boust of the best sidewalks and streets on the Pacific Coast. loaded, and another yesterday. The lino will, hereafter, be run daily to and from Umatilla. The valloy was visited night before last with a most beautiful ruin. It will serve to bring forward the newly sown crops in fine style. Tho grain prospects look very encouraging in deed this season, and there is being a large amount bowo. Captains Walker and Collins, Lieut. Pepoon, Dr. Cochran, and thirty ...

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. — 31 March 1866

122 it AmnnnfawriT Money Market. New York Gold Quotations . 121 f mi FruuciNco Legal Tender rates 81) Epitome of Tclesraphlc News. BY TILEQRAPa TO TIIK OREOONI AN. PROCEEDINGS OF THE HMOS STATE CO.VVEM'IOS. Corvalha, March 29. The vote for Oonerefs- nimi siuol, on first ballot, llillory, (!S ; Howl br, 'I'd ; Henderson, 7 ; B iker, 23. Wood whs nominated for (Jovcruor, S. E. liny for Seere t'ry orSmm, E N. Cooke for Treasurer, nnii W. A. MvPherron for Stale P, inter. The fol lowing resolution! were adopted : ' ltesokctl, 1st. That we bate an aMJing con fiJence in the j iaili-e, intelligence and palri otUm of tlie people of the United Stales, that they have the firmness end wisdom to pre serve the Union their vnlor bus sustained. 2d, As the beat plan of restoring the late revolted States to the exercise of nil their functions in the Union, and the legislation necessary in relation lo freedtnen, loyal men niity honestly differ. We deprecate that ob stinacy or pride of opinion, where 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. — 31 March 1866

FACTS AND FANCIES. Mahriagb Made Eaby. Dear Mas. Grundy. If you're a widow, and want to gel married, (which oj courseyou do) just you do. us we girls have done. This is the Way wo mnnaged it: As eoon an pa heard about the young woman in Washington who ehot a baso wretch who had written to her, pa gave mo a. beautiful repeating rifle. I shot a young man with it that very day. lie had once sent mo some strawberries when I was ill, and then didn't follow it up as he should have done; so I had a clear right to shoot bim. , Then I got the girls to form a socioi ty, and all got riflo3 themsolves, and then we agreed upon the form of a lottor to be sent to marriageable young men. The lottor was like this: "Sir: You may romember that you onco waved your handkerchief at mo (Or sent me a bouqnot, or took mo out to drive, as the case may be). I beg leave to inform you that I have bocomo pOHBObcd of a repeating rifle of great power. You will see the propriety of at onco fulfilling the promise wh...

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. — 1 April 1866

V VO L,. "7. DALLES, OREGON, SUNDAY, APRlf- 1. .S3. NO. S38. PUBLISHED EVERY MOOING, (MONDAYS KilOltPTID,) BY E. G. COU ME & J. IIALLORAN, EDITORS AMD PUOPIU BT0B3. ' Teems Twenty-floe centi par week, payable to the carrier per-month, by mail, Hi three months, JS0; ll months, to; one year, $8. Advertisements inserted at ... low rate. , - ' Job Printing. Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe tiled with neatness and despatch, and furwarded as per erdertoauy part of the country, FtxytMntjarJobirint ing mUU be made on deliver) cj work. - W. It. UOtLA.SS, Practical Watchmaker, And dealer in FINE WATCHES . JEWELItY, ', ' DALLES, OREGON. : ' , BALDWIN 3310., ' .' DEALERS IN GROC1ERIES! CORN mi OK Mala and Union Streets, Dalles. a. C. BALDWIN mh21-tf F. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE ! FURNITURE DIEBLAM &, WENTZ, -) UNIT (;... GLOBE nOTKX BUILDING, (32jffi-?pi Pallet City, have on hand a variety rijraafl uousenoio. mrnuurc, t .ca. VUluintinit iituiae, dunlin, wuiun.i. Beds an...

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. — 1 April 1866

lailu Mlouritain.ccr. SPNDAT MOOING, APRIL 1, 1860. NOTIC& During; nry absence Mr. IIihrt Cathy will have charge of this paper, Mid ha la authorized to tr.moct all butlnes. pertofulng to thU office-. ' March 2J, 1866. . JAMK3 11ALLORAN. Willamette river is rapidly" Tub riling. 1 Found. Fred. Lusher has found a gold pen, which the owner can havo by satisfying Mr, L. that the proper person has applied. IIialtht Locality. A correspondent of the Miner' t Journal states that within the last three years over one hundred in aiders have been committed in Schuylkill county, Pennsylvania, Tus FiNiANt in Ibilamo A New York ppcr of February 4th has the following from the Liverpool Pott "Ellen A Maboney has arrived in Dnblfn, from New York, as a Fenian Kmbassatireas." Tub revenno steamer Lincoln, ordered to report for ditty in Puget Sound district, ar rived at San Francisco Feb. 25th. The Lin coln Ut, propcllor of 600 tons burden, a fust taller, and a beautifuT model. She is com manded by Ca...

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. — 1 April 1866

C3 V ; ; Daiift $onntawccr Montf Market. Maw York Quid Quotations , u Franciitco Legal Tender rates ...124 30 Christian Anniversaries yester. tcrday wug Good Friday, lo-morrow will bo Easter Sunday. To day is tbe last of the fast, ot Lent. Tli object of Lent, which is a (ant of forty days immediately preceding Easier, bus been deputed, but it is generally re garded R8 a timo set apnrt for repent unce over tbe sins of the past year, tbe number of forty days devoted to it is supposed to have reference to the Savior's forty days fast in the wilder ness, to tbe forty days ot the Deluge, the forty days granted tcMhe-Nine. vitea for repentance-, tbe forty y nrs' wandering of the Jews, or the time spent in fasting by Mosos ai d Elias. The word, it is said by some, is of Saxon origin,' and implies Spring, or the season when the days ''lengthen ;" others that it is of German origin, and implies " thawing." The festival of K'ister is called by eomo writers tho ' " Christian paBsover." The nam...

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. — 1 April 1866

"TV t PACTS AND FANCIES. ":P0WEE0F Imagination. A wealthy lady bad a ticklirg in her. throat And thought that a bristle of her tooth- - brash bad cone down her. gullet and lodgod there. Her throat daily grew worao. it was badly inflamed and she sent tor the iamily doctor. He oxi Brained it.carefully, and assured her that nothing was the matter it was a mere nervous delusion, he said. Still, her throat troubled her, and she be . name so much alarmed that she was sure she would die. A friend suggested she should call in Dr. Jones a young man just coranionoing prpctioe. She did not at first like tho idea, but finally consented, and Dr. Jonus was called. He was a person of goo'd address and polite manners. He looked carofully at her throat, asked her several que-' lions as to the sensat'on at the seat of the alarming malady, and finally an. nouncod that be thought he could re' Iievo ber in a short time. On biB second visit he brought with him a delicate pair of forceps, in the teeth 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. — 3 April 1866

err CO- vol. r. DLLRS( OltROON, TUESDAY; APRIL3, 1HO O. no. ao, nil j Mountaineer, PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (MOIfDAY tXOWTltO,) V E. G. COWNE & J. IIALLORAX, "SAITOHS AND I'ROl'ltlbfTOK. ' Perms neenfcire cents per week, payable to the carrier per month, l,y imiuI. $1; throe months, 2 6U ; lx muutlis, i ; unu year, $S. Advertisements inserted at 4w rates. Job Printing Hvery description of pluia tin fancy Job Printing exe uted H'itli uentuesa and fasp:itch, and forwarded as per on'er tonny part of the country. Payment Jor Jub I'rint img must bt wutfe on delivery ttj work. W. It. Practical Watolimukor, Ami Dealer In IIE WATCHES A. JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. lstullirlietl 1457. v IJ.VTI) W1IV 15 no., DEALERS IN GROCERIES ! CORNER OF ' Main and Union Streets, Dalles. J. C. BALDWIN . N nil21-tf - F. W. BALDWIN, FURNITURE! FURNITURE DIEULAM So WENTZ. yjUNITtlj,, GLOBE HOTEL BUILDING, T .rri nnu. m i.n... 1 . ........ ....,u ..no,. ....ID. J Household Furniture, .embracing Tables, Clialr...

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. — 3 April 1866

dih IPflimtahucr, First Blood. Below will be found tho official rosnlt of tbo election hold in this city yesterday. It will be seen that every man put in nomination by tho Demociacy is dof'eatcd. Of course cur Uuior. friends claim a big victory and feel mighty jolly over it. For our part we heartily rejoice over it. Thiri paper did all it could in its humblo way to keep politics out of our municipal election. Tho Democ racy, in thoir arrogance thinking that a Democrotio nomination was equiva lent to an election, would not listen to such counsels, but making politics tho only test, throw tho gauntlet by put ting a strict party tickotin tho field. Of course there was nobody left to oppose them but tbo Union men, and it was thought tho Union men could not do anything serious, all alone by lhem solves at the Dulles. So tho mighty Democracy went in to win, and then they would have the prestige, they said, in tho coming June election. Alus for the. frailty of human hopes and Democratic pr...

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. — 3 April 1866

oimtaiuccr. Money Market, Now York fluid Quotatloua Vaii Frunilico l-eitHl Tender rotes ..121 Hit Epitome of Telegraphic News. fCOMi'lUn rUOM TIK OIIUIOMI.ur. DATES TO APRIL 1.' Clrcago, Mu ch 20. The Sen .to ycsterjiiy was occupied until nearly 6 o'clock, p. M., on ho Stockton ense, tlio discussion endiuir in 1 lie pns age of a reso utitin by nycs 22, noes VI, declaring 'him not emitted to a scat as Heuntor from Xcw Jerjcy, whereupon Slock tin vnciited. The I're ident's veto message) wns then rend, linviug been previously circu late I from bund to hand among the Senators mid Representatives who crowded the lloor. The JSenatc now consists of forty-nine members; of whom thirty-ono are counted in favor ot'pnssing the bill over the veto, nnd 13 against ; three -Dixon, Footo and Wright ftiiscnt sick. An uttcm.pt will be made to day, with every prospect of success. The Secretary of War laid before Congress an important report of Genoral Pope's on the condition and necessities of hi Milit...

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. — 3 April 1866

oitntamccr. A Cheerful DuirisR. Artemus Ward, in describing bis journo' from Oulilornia, says: "The drivef with whom 1 sat outside informod me, as Ire slowly rolled down the fearful moun tain road, which looks down on either side into an appalling ravine, that he lias met aocidonts in his time which coat the California Stago Company a groat deal of money, "because," said ho, "juries is agin us on principle, and and every man who 6ues us is sure to ruoover. But it will never be'so agin, not with me, yon bet!' ,Uow is that?' I said. It was frightfully dark. It was snowing, witball; and, notwith standing the brakes were kept hard down, tho coach slewod wildly, ofton fairly, touching the brink of tho black procipioo. 'How is that?' I said. Why, you see,' he replied, 'thatcorpsos never sue for dv mages, but maimed pooplo do. And tho next time I havo an overturn I Hhall go round and keer fully examine the passongors. Them as is dead, I shall lot alone: but them as is mutulatod, 1 shall fi...

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. — 4 April 1866

C'J vo l r. IA.Tt.TES, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 'A, 1SOO. NO. 40. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, . (MONDAYS EXCEPTED,) BY K. . COWSB & J. IIALLORAN, KDIT0118 AND PHOPKIITOH. Twins Tuitnty-riMcenti per week, payable to the currier pur month, by mall. $t; throe months, t'2 80; six months, tij ouo year, 18. Advertisements inserted at low rates. Job Printing. Every description of plain mid fancy .Tub Printing exe uted with neatness mid despatch, and forwarded a per on'r to any part of the country. lMymtnt Jar Job Print in'j mutt Ot Made on uVlttwry i,J work. Practical Wntchniulcoi1, And Dealer la ri.VE WATCHES & JEWELRY, ' . DALLES, OREGON. Eatnblitiilicd lJ5Sr. BALDWIN 131tO., DEALERS IN 3S liOCliJTiXIi: ! CORNER OK Main and Union Streets, Dalles. J. C. BALDWIN mh'21-tf W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE ! FURNITURE DIEULAM Sc WENTZ, -l tlN ITU., GLOBE HOTKL BUILDING. T -er'tfwaay rt,.n... r;.. i....... .... i i .. Household Furniture, . embracing Tabled, Chftirn, U uremia Ueils niu lietlri leads...

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. — 4 April 1866

HBMIIiiHiTiMif in im "i WEDNESDAY MOKNING, APttIL 4, 1800. "New Military Post. Yesterday we noticod the arrival of Major Mar shall: liih U. S. In.faD.trv. at Fort lioiso, Slating that ho had assumed tho condmand of the subsDistrict of Boiso We lonrn to day From a relia ble source that the Major will not re main at $Oisd long, but that as Boon as the necessary arrangements can bo completed he will move into tho Harney Lake country, and establish a largo and permanent military post there. .The orders in the case are already , promulgated, and the Major is only awaiting tho arrival of supplies and troops. It is proposed to Bond about 200 cavalry and an equal number of in Ian try undor his command into that country which is beliovcd to bo the Lome of the thieving Snakes. This is a very commendable move, and wo doubt not will in reality benefit the whole country. Persons who.ought toknownroconi fident that in this yet unprospected region there aro gold and other valua ble metals, and tha...

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. — 4 April 1866

C37 14 ccr. Money Market. Now York Oold Quotations , fun Fraiiclsco l.epil Teuder rutos ,..V1 SO Epitome or Tclesrapliic News. OOXWLID MOM THE OHHIOXIAX. DATES TO M AKCII 31. Chicago, March 30. A bill inuktnir eiijlit Imura n IcruI rlaj'n work passed the WiJcon ain lluuse "I R"ire9enuti Vt'8 on Wednei'ilay; by 60 and 36. Next day the votu wis reconsidered, andtlie bill postponed till the Hh of July, by 54 against 42, thus Ullinn tlio measure Tba Wisconsin rloui'e of ltepre setitutives also adopted a resolution submit ting to the people the question of culling a C tudtituliniml i onventinu. Wath'tigton, Mnrch 31. The statement of the publiu debt, which will be published next week, will not show any leduction of the debt. No new issues nor conversions having b en mude since the last statement, but will f how a large increase iu the funds. It is expected that the civil rights bill will ejie tnken up it. the Somite on Monday, when Mr. Trumbull will make a speech reviewing i he President...

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. — 4 April 1866

Ihutmmx. FACTS AMD FANCIES. A thousand laborers buvo boon en gajjed to rebuild Charleston, S, C. . "WonKtNU for bare life" is defined to bo making clothes for a new baby. 'Why did Joseph's bretbern cast ' liim into tuo rill" "Uocause they did't want him in tho Family Circle." There will bo but one oil ipso ibis year that will be vmibio to us a total elipso of the moon,Murch 30lb. T.HB highest inhabited place on the globe is at Ancomaro, Peru, which is 1(5,000 feel above j tho sea. Mrss Thompson says that every un marriod lady of sixty may consider that oho has passed tbo Capo of Good llopo. A man nd vertiaeg for competent per sons to undertake tho sale of a new medicino, and adds "that it will be profitable to the undortaifer !" The wheat exports of Minnosota lust year wero seven millions bushels. Tlio town ot Winona alone shipped two and a half millions bushels. Joseph Billings says: "God save tho fouls, and don't lot 'era run out, for if it warn'i for them, wise men couldn't got a...

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. — 5 April 1866

- cn VOL. 7. DULLES, ORFGON, THURSDAY, APRIL fS, 1HOO. NO. -41. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS KXOKPTKD,) BY E. U.COnSE & J. IIALLORAN, KD1T0118 AND PROPHIIETOU4. Tanas Twmty.fwtcmU per week, payable to the carrier per munth, l.jr uiiiil. $1; throe mouths, Woo; aii months, ti; oue year, Is. Advertisement iueerted at low rates. Job Printing, ttvery description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe. uroil with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per. order to any pt of tho country. Payment Jtr Joh Print ing roust be mute on dttivery 07 work. Practical VntcHmjilcci, And Dealer in FI.E WATCHES &. JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. EtsttVbli&laetl JtatiiT. DEALERS in . . 'aROCERIES!" CORN Kll OK Main and Union Streets, Dalles. J. C. BALDWIN nili21-tf V.W.BALDWIN. FURNITURE ! FURNITURE DIEULAM Ac WENT. -.Rr.iTti, GLOBE HOTEL BUfLDINO. n.tL. i.. ....... .1..... uousenoia Furniture, iSff'iKiSljjAia uj, ,ltl Bedateadt. Hod, II n'ir .Garnets anifirnrlnr TiiViIam Plml.. T .. Mn ... vie,...

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. — 5 April 1866

THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 5, 1800. IDAUO ITEMS. From the World of wben a desciiption of him published in ttao l St. i.oais vmiocrat, attracted t' e attention Thanks to Mr. West, Wells, Fargo k Co.'s messenger; for files of Callfor ula papers. Wf are fndebted to II. J. Waldron, Esq., for late Eastern and Sun Fram Cisco papers. Tbi democratic State Convention assembles at Portland, to-day. Look out (of breakers ahead. The Pacific is in below with a large passenger list and heavy freight. The Montana bad not arrived wben the Cascades loft. Sho probably got in tome lime ycs'ordaj;. St'DfEN eatii A much respected employe of the 0. S. N. Company, named Polor Clark, died suddonly at the rail roii i mess house, some eight miles above town, yesterday, at'O o'clock, A. M. Ho was in perfect good health tbo day before. Peaceful. The election at the Dalles on Monday Inst, though closely contested, passed off quietly without any unpleasant features JJerald. Why don't the Herald inform its readers h...

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. — 5 April 1866

1 atlg lllonntamccL Momy mrkt. New York Gold Quntein.... Sun Francisco Ugs tteaiet Tstes... -.124 ...-80 Epitome of .Telegraphic News. f COMPILED rROX TBI 0WONIi,J DATES TO MARCllTtl. Washington, March 31. The President ha jirocliiiinej a treaty of pence ith the Black- toot and Uacotali Indians, similar to ifc treaties recently made with the Sioux Itanda, by which tley pledge tbem-elves to with, draw from 'lie Overland routes, in consider ation of receiving $7,1)00 yearly for twenty yera. Baltimore, March 31. A'chbishop Spnul ding, under authority from Home, has issued letters ad tressed to Archbishops and Uisliops of the Catholic Church in the United States, convening tlieru at Baltimore ou the first Sunday of next October, to inaugurate the second P enary Council. Cincinnati, March 29. There is much feul- . ing here among stockholders of the D. S. Telegraph Company, in regard to the action' f the Trustees, and a. meeting will be held in a day or two to consider what is to be done....

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. — 5 April 1866

iitiljltntaiiucr. FACTS AND FANCIES. A young cunidalo for the legal pro' feasion was -asked what ho should do first when employed to bring an action "Aek (or money on account," was the prompt reply, lie passed. It is is slated at tho Treasury that nt our present ratio of income the na tiotialdobt may be easily reduced $100, 000,000 tho present j'our, after provid ing for all current and contingent lia bilities -, . 7 A Catholic Archbishop of Baltimore lias distributed throughout the South, without regard to creed, the 812,000 collected in tho Catholic churches of Maryland and the District of Columbia for the benefit of those who suffered dirring the war. George Francis Train has bought four hundred and thirty lour acreo of forest land in Omaha, Nebraska, fur 575,000, for his Cottago Uompuny and for a Central Park. George says Omaha is destined to Jbo one of the great cities of the continent. . v Tub Germans are buying largoly of American seouritio.s, and from . this cuusio they havo...

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