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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 6 April 1866

vou r, DALLES, OUFGON, F1UDAY, APRIL O, 1800, NO. 452. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, - (MONDAYS tXOKPTID,) BY E. C. CO WIVE & J. JIALLORAN, KDIT0R8 AND PROPRIETORS. ViiiMS VtotHly-fivt eentt per week, payable to the currlor per month, by mail, SI; three months, $2 60; six months, $5 ; oue year, $3. Advertisements Inserted at low rutes. ' Job Printing. Kvery ilencriptlon of plain and fancy Job Printing exe ntod with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per order to any part or the country. Fa ymtnt Jar Job Print ing muU be made on delivery njorA:. l?ratieal Watchmaker And Dealer ia FIXE WATCHES V JEWELR DALLES, OREGON. Established H-iO?. DEALERS IN GROCERIES CORNER OF Main and Union Streets, Dall J. C. BALDWIN mli21-tf P. W. BALDWl' fAi FURNITURE I FURNITURE DIERLAM Sc WENTZ, - vj M I T Um QLORK nOTEL BUILDING. jmiaHisaun... nAnua ru i i i . . FA . Household Furniture. j embracing Tables, Chain, IlnreaM Ueds and Bedsteads, Bedding, Carpets etc., etc., all of which will be sold at l...

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 April 1866

FBlDAt MOBNIXG, APRIL 6, 1800. About 250 passongcrs came up on tfae steumef Oneonta yesterday. TnK Oregonian announces a Union Ratification Mooting at Portland to night. Liffb Applegate is to speak. Our city was full to overflowing last Digbt. The hotels wore all. fall and strangers were enquiring, about tho streets where to lay their heads. Cam. Gilliss, Quartermaster at Fort Dalles, invites proposals from freighters for tarrying immediately a limited amount of supplies iroiu this place to Camps Watson, Wright and Curry. See notice in another column. Chancs fob an Investment. A ferry is needed on tbe 'Yakima at Hall's old crossing on the road to White Bluffs, the stream is narrow, . I I . -1 . ! I MAnAnSnn mere isuiuuty ui nmuur vuuv cutout, and a man with a little means and a short' piece of rope could make a good thing there as that road is bound to be traveled. Held, to Afpeah. Frank Tomp' - kins had his examination before Judge Denny yesterday, and was held to ap pear in the su...

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 April 1866

gaihj Hlo.nnlamccr. Now York Hold Qm.tutimia 121 aUn Francisco Legal Teuder mien 78 Isaao X. Biocn, - San Francisco. 0.8. Mllt.Il. Dalles. J low It was Done In an article en-itled " Hon. Wilson Iiowlby," llie Oregon Statesman explains Low. the nomination of Mullory was m-cured ut tliu Union Slule Convention, ut Cor vulliri, us folio wo : . Hon. Wilson Bowlby Tlio pro ceodings of llio Ui'ion Siate Conven tion show thai this uenllemun re ceived but twenty Jour voii'8 tor iho iiooiiiudion to Ui'iilti-u.s. It it u duty which wo owo to Dr. Iiowlby and Ins liieiids, we buin one of ibein, and which impurtiul justice dernundtt, Una this vote of the Convention be ex. jiluincd, und Unit it bo not permitted tj go to the world as the measure ot his popularity . or the true estiinuio ot that Convention or the- Union purly of Orc'L'on. ot one of the uurest. ublor t und best men in the Stale. Wo were tt the Convention, und know whereof wo Hpoulc, It was not expectod by Dr. Bowl by's friends thut h...

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 April 1866

kiln Mloiintainecr. A New Hampsiiirs Boy. A good tiling in floating about New I'ork a't the exponsa of Gen. Klpatrick. Tbe !enerul rof.urnod there lately from Boston. While engaged in very ear nest conversation on the cars, and gesticulating very freely as is Kil's way of doing things one of his Bluff noticed a young New UarapBhiro boy, litftoning very attentively, with his mouth and eyes wide open. Tbo 'Officer, thinking to have some sport, addressed the unsophisticated youth, and got floorod, as follows : Major II. " My toy, do you know -who that gentleman is you are 4ook inir at so hard V "Boy" No, I don't ; who is he ?" Major II" Why, that is Maj. Gen. K'l patrick," Boy" You don't say so ! Ain't he notno on gabbing, though 1" T ho party retired to the smoking ar, amidst roars of laughter from the other passengers, the boy still looking na innocent us a lamb. Say 1 gabbing' to Kil. if you want an ugly look. Hi Didn't Advertise. Tbey tell a story in 'New London, illustrative of Gr...

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 April 1866

CO K vol. r. DALLES, ORKGON, SATURDAY, APRIL r, 1SOO. ISO. -13. ountainur, PUBLISHED EVERY MOOING, (MONDAYS (XOKPTCD,) BY K. G. COWJIE & J. IIALLORAX, ' EDIT0K9 AND PROPRIETORS. 1 bums Tmmiy-fivtanlt per week, payable to the currier per' muutli, by ninil, $1; throe months, 12 61); ilx months, $6; oue year, $3. Advertisements Inserted at luw rates. Job Printing. Every description of plain and faney Job Printing exe ntcd with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per ordyr to any part of the cuuotry. Paymtntjor Job Print ing mutl it mailt on delivery oj work. W. If. lOtliASS, Practical Watclimulcor, And Dealer In FIXE WATCHES A. JEWELRY,' DALLES, OREO ON. Kstallisliel lJs(57. BALDWIN BRO., DEALBR3 IX GROCERIES ! CORN Kit OF Main and Union Streets, Dalles. J. 0. BALDWIN mh2l-tr P. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE! FURNITURE DIERLAJI Ac WENTZ, -tffl NITla... GLOBE IIOTKL BUILDING. " II I '.II I I.J ll rtullua fl... l.n.... .... 1......I .. .... .I... 'iT'ijV.'AX'-'ilA llnnanlinlrl TiiniillnM...

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 April 1866

(11 v. v. latlf ffjoiwiaium 6ATtEDAT MORNING, APRIL 1, 18CO. raent of tho tfnitfed States in the new trial to which it has been subjected, it is only men ot unquestioned loyalty who can originate and control it. ThnrA moo nnvpr hn nnv nADeSsitV for THE NEW CONVERTS. 'J. J trl an article on the resolutions such step. From the first, we have adoptod by the Democratic State Con, adhered to the opinion that tho qucs- vention of Indiana, endorsing PreHi- Hons now at issue should be decided dent Johnson, the San Francisco Alt'a inside of the Union organization, and says two years ago those Democrats we think that they will, unless the wore resolving, with just amuchfcr- radicals go entirely crazy. They are vorj that the Southern States had now daily receding from their most achievod their independence and were advanced positions; but if passion out Of the Union. The great body of should conline to rule tho hour with the" poople have as littlo respect for them, no new party can bo organize...

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 April 1866

k lail Hlomiiaraccr. Honey Market. New Turk Gold Quotations 12t Sun Fniuci.co Legal Tender rates 78 Epitome of Telegraphic News. O0MPILED HOB TRX OBEOONIAit. DATES TO APRIL 4. Chicago, April . 1. The Memphis Argut of March 28th gives editorial prominence to statements that President Johnson has writ ten a f'ri"nd in West Tennossee ft letter de claring that ho is only waiting for Texas to do as the other Southern States have done in order to issue bis pro lania ion declaring a general amnesty, and tbnt the lately re beilious States having resumed all their re i'Uion.-i, to be restored to the Union, are en- v tilled to equal rfrhis The President fur ther fays he intends firmly, to Bee Aj)nt all the States have that representation in Con . gress to wbich the Federal Constitution en titled thnm and .to recognize a majority of Representatives of all the States in Contrres-. In the same letter the President announced the policy ho intends to pursue in regard to Tennessee, which, while we ...

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 April 1866

VACTS AND FANCIES. TnK old custom of burning widows in India, lias for some lime been giv. ing way before an advancing civiliza tion, and the marriage of widows is now allowed. The first, it is believed, which has ccourred in the Presidency - of 13 am buy, took placo on the 22d of JMovember lust, at JJundora. An exchango thinks it would be well, before raising expensive monuments to the soldiers who have fullen in tho war, that towns and muncipaliios should see that the widows and child reo they have left behind are not al lowed to starve, or to exist on tho merest pittance. Tub "piatolcgram" ia the latest foreign novelty in photography. The picturo is taken by tho magnesium light in about throe seconds. -It is then enclosed between two plates of glass, which are then subjected to ucu a heat that they become one piece, and tho likeness thus becomes uci'mctically sealed. The AasLrailian papers mako men tion of sudden and intense heat in the middle of November, affecting the health 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. — 8 April 1866

vol. r DALLES, OUT iROW, SUNTJAY, APRIL , 1J00 NO. ITBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (MONDAVI tXCKPTBD,') BY U. . CWWSE & J. IIALI-ORAN, y KDITOKS AND PIlOIMt KTOKj. V U IS A' II & . I li M A I', Tkiim:) Ttomty-livectvU per wtiok, pivynhlo to the uiTior pur iiumth, by mnil, L; tlueo uwitttts. &I50; ix . ivoiitlin, to ; uiiu your, $S. Adve.-tisemeiitu insetted at - tow mtui, , . .. , ' x Job Printing. i: ' - Kvcry ilencrlptlon f plain julI fancy Job Printing ox uttttl with uetitiu'M mill tletjp.tch, awl for wu riled in per iif-sr to tiny pint or the country, hiyiruiU Jor Job 1'rint ing mutt be iinie oh delivery ftf work. ' iy. If. IM ftt I, AS s , ; I'raotleitl Wn'tciltmtilcci, ; Ami Dealer in ,; FI E WATCHES !.' JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON., IXPURTIRB AND WU0LUAL1 . . Dealers in Wines, Liquors GltOCKUIEai, . Miners' Cioods, Iloat Stores, &c..- HAVE IIMIOVED TO IIIKI& NtW STONE BUILDING, . . COIl.MiR OF Second and Wa.ihfngton Streets, DALLES CITY; NOW IN STOItH A LARGE AND COM...

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 April 1866

latlg IPou-utainccr. SUtDVT MORXISG, APRIL 8, 1800. The Doraocrucy hud a ratification meeting last night, which was rather u faint effort, bat was probably the host they could do under the circums fttances. ANOTttttt Bteam tug boat is to be placed oh the Columbia river bar im mediately, where one is much needed, nnd it is hoped that no selfish combin ation will freefce her out Ibis time. Govt. Fbuohtb The lowest bids for freights received by the Quarter- master's Department at Fort Dalles yesterday afternoon, were about 7o to (Jump Watson, and 14o to Camps Wright and Currey. The Oregonian says there is no dan' cr that the steamer Montana will be Kought off. She is doing a very prof itable business, even at the reduced rates. It is to be hoped that so im portant a trade and traffio as ours with San Francisco will not again be left to the mercy of a monopoly. A dispatch from Salem to the Ore fjonian, says that thero is great dissat isfaction manifested there at the re mit, of the two ...

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 April 1866

onniawccr. Money Market. New York fluid Quotation! 124 Vuii Francisco tagal Tender ratca 78 Epitome of Telegraphic News. fCOJIFILIS riOM OBEOONIAK. llAAO r. BLOCR, 8an Francisco.. C.8. MlLLU. Blocli, Miller & Co, WHOLESALE O- JEL O, C E R, S , AND DEALERS IN "Wines & liquors, And I ni porters and Jobber! of OLOTHINa Boots Sc. Shoes, UnderClothing, ' Blankets, etc., etc., etc. ' ASSAY OFFICII. WE HAVE AN ASSAY OFFICE IN CONNECTION with oar bnstneHs, under the entire supervision of Mr. Miller. We make retnrnt in Bare in six hour. We Kuaninteo nil our Amur. and pay the tUOIIKST CASH PRICE 'or Bnre. We also pa; the Highest Cuh Price fur Gold Duet. myttf Cor. Main and Washington streets. Dalles. TTAL.DR0N BROS., Wholesale & Ketail Druggists, Mala Street, Dalles, Oregon. XWTK NOW OCCUPY OBH, NEW TWO BTORYniB W nrnnf KFm bnildlm. onnoaite Bloch, Miller A Co.. and offer to the pnvtic full and complete atock of Drugs, Medicines im Clunilcau, consisting iu pun ui DATES TO APRIL 0....

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 April 1866

nnntainctr. PACTS AND FANCIES. To think uloutl is the Iraif y ofa fool. ' Only crows nnd fools aro ofruid of a (shabby suit of clothes. . - This prisons in .Richmond ore to bo enlarged to necommodule tho no uioroua bluck convicts. An ngcd man, in GIapcow fell on tho -sidoWalk, broko his Kpoctacles, nnd a piece of the glass entering his oyo, ho bled, to, death. ... ; , Why. aro wheat and potatoes like tlio idols of old? liocatme tho lormttr liavo ears and heur not, uud tho latter eyes but see not. - Promises to Behave. Pollard, of tho llichmond Lxaminer, on rocipvinsj pni'miasion J to 1 resume tho issue of his paper, was compelled by the Pres ident to givo tho following written pledge: '-If tho. publication of tho Examiner shall bo permitted, 1 solemn ly piedeinyhonpr -that it shall bo lovoled to tho support of the Union, Iho constitution and tho Luwp, and that tho journalAvill heartily support tho President's policy,". Three vonornblo ladies still survive who woi e of tho choir of y...

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

vol. r. I VLLE9, ORRGON, TClJSDAY, APRIL, lO, 1800, NO. 4S. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS f XOKPTID,) BY K. n rrkVMII7 Si m a tr 3 -ran i tv KDITORS AND PROPRIETOR. TEitxs 7'.on(y:Ii'ent per week, payable tot ho currier par munch, by mull, $1; throe months, S3 60s six. months, $5; dug yew, IS. Advertlseineuls inserted at low rates. Job Printing. Kverjr description of plain ami fanev Job Prlntincexe. uted with uentnuas and despatch, and forwarded ad per erd-jr to any pin t of the country. Payment j or Job Print mg mun oe mint on uemiery oj worn. W. EI. lOtjft l,ASS, Practical Watchmukor, ' I'V I i.i-s-.i . . . And Dealer In I'I.E WATCHES &. JEWELRY, ' DALLES, OREGON. lsta.llisHel 1857. BALDWIN BRO., - DEALERS IN GROCERIES ! CORNER OF Main and Union Streets, Dalles, J. C. BALDWIN uh21-tf P. W. BALDWIN, FURNITURE ! FURNITURE DIEltLAM Sc WENTZ. -.i'mPA QI'OBB hotel building, ' cy--.y v-j, i:yo on nauu n variety KfeKiSiSJ.TS' II..oh,.IJ U I. jSKSJVeinliracln Tables, Chairs, II 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. — 10 April 1866

TUESDAY MOKNIXO, APRIL f9, 18GG. On Saturday last, Wells, Fargo & Co. brought down $30,000 in treasure. Remember, the auction sale at Mr. Prank's, on Main street, this morning. Bargains may be expected. Sport. Quite" a spirited footsraco carae off yesterday morning on Socond si root. ' Cot. CorpiNGEii'B company, of the lith U. S. Infarilryi will' soon be or dered from Fort Dallas to Fort Boise. Da. Duncan will deliver the seventh Lecture of the course, nt tho Congre gational Church, this evening. Wb noticed Cupt. Borland, of the 1st Oregon Inf., in town last niht. His company will arrive from Five Mile crock to-day, where they cnmp ed last night, and will soon be mus tered out of the service at this placo. Hon. J. D. Fay, Democratic nomi nee for Congress, addressed a large mooting at tho Court IIouso last even ing on tho political issuos of the day. Mr. Fay is a good speaker, and prom, ises to make a livoly canvass. lie was followed by Mr. Barnum, of Union county, who made a bri...

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

. (31 ,omiiahtccr. Money Market. New Ynrk OdM Quotations fan Francisco l.igul Tender rules 124 Epitome or Telegraphic News. fOOUl'ILED FROM TUB OREQONIANi , . ' BATES TO APRIL. 0. ' Sin Francisco, Apr 1. TueSennte passed . thu Civil Rights Hill. over, the President's veto. Ayes, 33; noes, 15' t'hle-iifo, April 0. In the Ilouse, on Mon day, Mr. Ili nvetl, of California, asked con Kent to report the t ill granting Innds to nid the COnstl'tU'tinn nf n fnil rt.i.l in n.tn..AA " ' - .uii (. U 1. W U U W b Oaliiornin Mid Oregon.. Tlio si I bill had. i i. .. ! . i. . . "ecu ueiuro me noiise lor several months ituu L w in imnnrrnnr o mi nhnuM n..n.. - - .-"If". mm DIIU'IIU 11139, 1U ui-der that companies might begin work this te j .. i i r . . . . . euaouii. ii uemyc j uno.uer niontu nero, the i.i i. .ii , - r . . 1 uu uuiayuu a wnoio year, Julian, of Indiana, objected because the bill revolutionized the whole land po icy by imaiug uiiuci, giants to tne company. The House-refused to suspend...

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

rtxit atli) P omitaiiucr. GOLD BKATIXG. t)f this wonderful business, so ex tcnsivoly manipulated in Now York, ibis en id tbut until recently, the art vvus scarcely practisod in this country. hut is wonderful about it is that a ninglo grain ot gold may bo beaton by i ho hammer eo as to cover seventy five square inches, which would loavo it loss than the 350,000th part of an inch in thickness) or requiring more than a million sheets to make n pile three inches high. This would be nbout ;be 1 200ih part of tho thickness of common printing paper, and is ow ing to the oxtremo tenacity of gold. A pound of gold may bo drawn into a wire that would reach around the globe. A silver wiro coated with the thinnest wash of gold may be drawn id an indefinite extent without break ing tho coaling so much that it could ho discovered, even with a microscope. The gold which is used for boating is vory slightly alloyod with silver and copper, unless the leaf is to be ex posed to the weather, when pure g...

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

" --'-'-' llti ff1i1TTT T1TPPT 2 '. LTn"A mmm. . I VITjES, lt K-t5t)lV, WFDNEJSDAV, AtiRIL 11, lSttO. vo l. r. NO. 40. PUBL1SUEU EVERY MORNING, ' (MONDAYS' KXOKPTIO,) BY . O. COW WE &. J. II ALCORAN, KDlTOItS AND PHUPHIKTOK9. V-'chms Twenty-five cenlt per week, payable to the carrier 4er niuntli, by mail, 41; three mootti., M60; six months, id; one year, it). AiTvertiseuicuta inserted at to Mies.- 'J6b Printing. Vve'ry description of plain null fancy Job PrtBtlng exo hted with neatness and despatcn, and forwarded as per sjhHrttiany part of the country. I'uimentjvr Job i'rint tiig iiust be made on delivery oy toor. V. It. DOl . I, SS. Pratstlcol Watcliiniikor, And Dealer In VIAE WATCHES &. JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. Eista.blltiicl ItST". DALDWLN IJltO., D BALERS IN GROCERIES! CORNER OF Main and Union Streets, Dalles. . C. BALDWIN nih21-tf F. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE ! FURNITURE DIEULAM Ac WENTZ. iHHITl., GLOBE HOTHL BUILDING. ' 5W.rA')ia Itmlsi.hitlrl k'lirnlt nr.. r.'r':.-wa'j .....

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

jjpailn ioiuuatnccrJ j - ; , fEftN K3DAY MOltNIXG, APKirilTl8uk Montana Items. 'Gov Meagher, of MoatuDa, has been making a Btrange blunder, "which has resulted fatally. It appears that thcro was a man named IaniolH imprisoned there on conviction of manslaughter, whoso friends petitioned the Governor for Lis reprieve, whoreupon the Governor pardoned him. It is now asserted that Gov. Meagher has not the par doning power ; that only the Pvenis dent of the IXnitod States can cxer eise it jn the Territories t also, that the man Danila- was entirely un worthy of clemency. IAH theno as' ' aerlionu be as they may, tlio worst feature of the affair is that Daniels had not. been released over twonly four hours when his lifeless body was found suspended to u true sup posed to be the work of vigiluntes. Gon. Meagher wax to deliver the address at Virginia City on St. Fat. rick's day. The " Oro Cache" cleaned up re cently over $1,500. from seventeen and a hulf tons average rock. The Irwips were pl...

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

'3 onstatnccn T" Money Market. Now York Oold Quotations..... 127 ttnii Frttuciftco Leiral fender rates 70 Tiik Mu-oiih have oriuiizod a lodgo at Ilulonu with twentyieight members.' Tub O S N Co. will dispatch n steamer from Celilo for White Bluffs Saturday . morning next. We have rtx-eived the first number oi the Index, a Domonrutio campaign ptiper to In' published at Umatilla until after the election Tub Canyon City Stage is nowovor due for five days. U in feared that The ' Indiana liavo cither taken the affair in, driver and all, or have run off Rome of the stock, preventing the Binge from getting the neecssary relay e. A gentleman just arrivoil from Canyon City informs us that all of the streams on the road are exceedingly high for thin season of the year. The last alago seen by our informant was the up'g'iing aingo, 'somewliero near Bridge Creek; and lio thinks that high water id tho cause of its non-ari rival hero. . Got, IIodoe, Chief Quartermaster of the Department of tho Col...

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

CM ailn lEountahuix IS A DEATH BBD MARRIAGE LEGAL1 An interesting cubo is now pending in the Circuit Court, involving Home nice points of law io relation to the eolemuization of Ute murriugo cere mony. Some )ar8 hine'e a prominent citizen, Mr. Andrew Fuqua, died pos Besuessedof considerable property. By bis will his wile by a second mar- : riugo came into possession of all liis property, in case ebe remained a widow. At her death, if she remained ' unmarried, luo property would revert to her husbund's relatives. If she married however, one half of the prop erty was to bo hers, to be disposed of tta she might think proper. Mrs. F. , was hopolessly ill with lung disease, and two days before her death she was induced by her brother to marry, that bhe might thus acquire the title in fee simple to half the property, which she could then deed to her own relatives, isstead of allowing her husband's heirs to inherit it. Her brother had been a captain in bno of the Indiana rigiments, and in ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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