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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 12 April 1866

iTa rr i ; s wa rr v i , 'w D VLtKS, ORRGON, TltUItSDAY, APRIL, 1J3, ii-ttO. . 3NO. 47. vol.. y. PIBUSIIED EVERY MOttNING, (llUNDAYS (XUBPTBD,) BV ' E.G. COn.G & J. UAL LORAIN, ,- - ' BD1T0BB ANP PwOPBIBTOBa. Ijms 7kitr.(y-Mnti pet Week, payahreteWre carrier per inutitli, by nvail, 11 ; ttirua months, $t 60 i six months, $6 one year, $8.. Advert! eeuretrce inserted at low rates. -- Job Printing. ' .. Every description of plain nnd fiuioj M Printing exe- nted with neatness and despatch, and forwarded aa per erder tunny part of the country. Paymmt Jbr Job Print fng ikhH In made on cfetttret-jr V wor. ! 11. MOM LAS, lraitlcal Watolimalcor, And Dealer in FIXE WATCHES &. JEWELK1, . ; DALLES, OREGON. latablls.ietl 1857. . BALDWIN. BRO., DEALERS IN ' GROCERIES ! CORNKH OK Main and Union Streets, Dalles. 3. C. BALDWIN mli21-tf 7. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE ! FURNITURE . DIERLAM &, WlpNTZ, .rtN.IT. QLOBR IIOTKL BCILDINO. T .anWfta n.llua Pltv hmvtt n lintt.l n tf.vlAtv J I .......... ...

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. — 12 April 1866

gaito HHoimtaiitccr. vTHFrsdiy morxixg, APKII 12, 1800. In another column of toduy's issue will bo found the. Exhibit' of the state of the Finances of our City. ANjriTKasARY. Monday last, the Oth inBt., was celebrated in San Fran otBCO, a the anniversary of the sur render of Gom. Leo to Gun. Grant. Auction. John Williams will sell at tho corner of Court and Washing ton streets, at ten o'clock, a. M., to day, thbstaaBortmontof furniture ever of' fored in. thia city. This is tho bust opportunity of tho season to buy good and chotip furniture. FftOM Canvon .City The Express arrived yesterday from Canyon City, having left tho alago at Muddy, where it was. delayed for want of horses. The horses are supposed to- be stolen by Indians.- The.roaiis are repre sented as being in an almost rmpnssa hle condition from mud, and the teams aro all high. " Indian FlaT.-On last Friday night a emalti party of Snake Indians visited the ranch on Cottonwood and stole a,co:v. The next day they were pursued...

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. — 12 April 1866

ohritaratcr. ISAItO F. Biocn, Ban Francisco. C. S.Miun, Money Market. York OoliLQnotHtlons iseu Franctaco IjDiiI render rauia ....127 ...7tM Epitome or Telegraphic News. f COM PILED moX TH OKIiWKnAX. Sun francitco, April 10. No eastern news to-diy. ; '" Tue Pacific Mail 'steamship GoldcA Cily xailtri t)i 13 nu'ruing lor Pauumn with 645 IMMenirers.. Judge Dwincllc has ote-ruled the demurer to complaint in tho be och of promise writ ut Caroline T. i;!rk vs. Michael llee.e. i. W. liuford, a miner uud prospector, whoso operntiuns have been principally nbout Orovil e, bus filed his npplicntio i iu insolvency His liabilities umomitto $5,273 ; an AA.iKtfl. ' ' Jysi before tlio departure of the G.oldcn Ci:y this moruiug it was lUsoorereii that Hewell W. linker, clerk of .the What Cheer House, who win snid to have bee i knocked trying to escape on tho suip. and was arrest ed by detectives Lees and Kllis New H'uimimtter, April 9. From a reliable miner who arrived ut Yalo last ninht from Lytto...

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. — 12 April 1866

3 ail D -IE 0 ixn t at n ccr. FACTS AND FANCIES. ... "CoWiDn't Frighten IIeh. The -La-Ifayette (lud.)Courier tells an amusi-ng place who were taking a.ciu1 'walk near the cemetery, when a ghost api peared. They all ran "but one Woman of the strong-minded class, who stood iier ground lift the ghost got t-o ber. fihe then eeHted and threshed out of frightfal disguise a mischievoas fellow who had heard the project t walking ubout the graveyard diweuseed, and hid ihimsolt'to givu the parly a fright. She fled him back to the house, and in reply xo ine questions mat prared in upon nor earn : "uan tiooi fnei 1 ve seen to tuany men in sneets to bo frightened at mem 4 Accident to a Wild Beast Tamer Bather an alarming incident occur red recently at the Cirque .Napoleon 4 n til ti t Ik i r M.ifnAm r n nn s I Iva - J beast tamer Batty, while in a cage with five hone, lie bad placed his head in the month of a lioness, at the .flame time homing his hand behind his back, when a convn4sive move ino...

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. — 13 April 1866

CO WiMteihMiVii nisi I s2a VOL. T. T VI.:L,ES, ORKGON, FIOY, AJPR.IL, 1SOO. omvtanuer, ;PlBLISIIEU EVEftY MOBNING, (MONDAYS KXOKPTKD,) BY J."G. CO H' JSC & J. HAL, LOU AX, IDITOKS ANU HHOPKIKTOk. Tekmh Tmmly-fioetxntt por weok, payable to the carrier per month, by miiil. $1; three months, 2 51); aix months, $6; oue year, is. Advertisements inserted at low rates. Job Printing. Kvery description of plain mill fancy Job Printing exe . -ated with neatness and despatch, feud forwarded as por ou'ertoauy part of the country. Payment jot Job Print mff mutt be made on delivery oj wirM. XV. it. DOM-LASS, v rrn.otlcal Watohniuker, And Dealer la FI..E WATCHES At JEWELRY, DAMES, onmoN. Establlisrio'tl I&CiT". 13A.LIW1IV IJXtO., DEALERS IN GROCERIES ! CORNER OF Main and Union Streets, Dalles. J. 0. BALDWIN mli21tf F. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE ! . FURNITURE JOIEK1L.A.B1: Sc WENTZ, -tffiNtTU., GLOBE HOTEL BUILDING. tma Household Furniture, 11 iltfi iV Bed and Bedsteads, BeddingCarpets vtc., etc...

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. — 13 April 1866

IBIDAT;JI0USIXG AFRII 13, 1806. Idaho. In addition to the items given in yesterdays issue, we compile from the Statesman of the 2d inst., the following r Cupt. Eckerson, A. Q. M., U. S. A., had arrived and assumed his duties at Port Boise. Capt. W. I. Sanborn had also been at the fort on an inRnnftt.inn- 1 o tour. On the 1st April, the hills about Boise were covered with snow, and fflm fsvarv dirnntiftn nnnminfa nf hirrK j .v.. .6" water and bad roada were received. About thirty of the oldest and best citizens of Boise wero prepairing to go to Montano The Statesman pro. diets their speedy return. '.Mr. Cbas. Lu Bautne, of Eocky Bur, claims the invention of a new method for the disintegration of quartz. The process is kept a secret, as a patent is to be applied for. Parties who ought to know are perfectly enthusiastic in its praise- Mr. La Baume is a prac tical chemist, and was engaged as such before he came to any mining country. It would bo strange if, of the many claimed discoveri...

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. — 13 April 1866

onntaraccr. Money Market. N,-w Turk flold Quotations : 127 Sim Fruuclsco Log.il fonder rules 7U- Epitome or Telcsraphle News. COS PILED FttOK TUB OSEOOMIAX. DATES TO APttIL, 10. New York, April 9: The Tribunal special dispatch sm 8 it is gcnernlly expected that tlto President will iu a few duya release Jen", Davis ntid U. C. (Jlay on parole Six white men charged with the instiga tion of the negro tioi Ht Alexandria have been convicted and sentenced by a military commission. t When the criminals left Alex aiidria for the Alabama penitentiary, female i-ympathizer in a Inre cVowtl assembled' ami cheered them olf. St. Lou t, April 9. The total loss of the steamers and cargoes by fire, last Friday, umouuts to'about half a million of. dollars. Tue insurance is about four hundred thou sand dollars. jltn York, April 9; Tbetenmer New York lias arrived from Aspimvull with California mails audti easure. ' Fifteeu negroes attempted nn insurrection at- 1'iuiama on March 2tli, and were sur rounde...

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. — 13 April 1866

failn lllnmttainccr FACTS AND FANC1BS. . Sensibility is. a e ar that can -lead ono only when the sljy'is clear, ftoa-. on is ihe magnetic needle that 'guides rs whon the 6ky is wropt'in darkneBS. The Wrong Place. A pansenger swearing terribly in the cars on the Boston and Providence railway, was approached by a young minister .with moro zeal than discretion, who -said to him abruptly: "My dear sir, do you know whero you are going? Yon nro going . straight to hHH" "Just n.y d d luck 1" replied the man, looking the minister in the -face with an alarmed air, and suddenly fumbling "for his cheek, "1 bought a ticket for .Providence!" , vGettinq tite Worst op It. "Do you want an' berrieH, ma'am?" said a littlo boy to a liwly ono day. The lady told him she would like some; and ticking the pail from him, tihe stepped into tho Iiouho. He did not follow but -remained behind whistling to bo mo canaries hanging in their cag'.s on tho porch. " Why do you not come in and see if I measure your hom...

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. — 14 April 1866

jtk. M A A t ilA AA j A A 4 V Oris vol. r. t ORBftONi SATUKDAY, APHIL 14!, 18)fWK NO. 40. WB: .1111:11 yi Tirp.ttr flMtantm; PUBLISHED EVERY HORNING, 'i (MONDAYS KXCKPTKD,) BY E. G. COHXE & J. 1ULLORAX, . KDIT0R8 AND PROPRIETORS; - Tbrms Tweitty-Jl oe eenU perwoek,payWeto HiecaTrler per monlli, by mail, U; -three month, 260; lx Mouths, toj-uu year, S. Advertisement Inserted at low rates. ....... Job Printing. ' . F.vary description of .plain and fancy Jf-TiliMi; rtte- slre'd with neatness awl despatch, and forwarded as per n(?r to any part of the country. Payment Jor Job Print vng muti oe muae an auivery oj worn. . a?rftotlcal Watchmukor, .' 'And Dealer In 4'ixe watches a. jewelkt, dalles, oregon. Established 1857. BLDWllV I3R.O., s ; DEALERS IS , : CORNER OF ' Main and Union Streets, Dalles. V. C. BALDWIN " m'i21-tf F. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE ! FURNITURE UIEltLAM Sc WENTZ, -.."'T.1 Q'-OBB HOTKL BUILDING, r; 34 lloiixnhnld Furniture. . , .embracing Tables, Chain, Bureaus 9 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. — 14 April 1866

. SATURDAY MORNING, AfBIL 14, 1860. On motion, tlie proceedings of tliia meet ing were directed to be fufuUhcd Iho Movm tmnsik, with a request to publish. On motion adjourned. Jau. k. Kkllt. (Jlialrman. G. E. IlarT, Seo'y. THE CANYON CITT ROAD. We publish below the proceedings of a meeting of the citizens of the 5)allo8, held at the Court House, on Thursday evening, for the purpose of .. taking action as to. the best manner of ridding the road bonce to Canyon City of the thieving bands of Snake - Indians that now infest It. The roeol ing was largely attended, and the ut most interest was felt among those in attendance, that something should bo done, and that speedily, to rendor this great artery of our trade secure from a repetition of fuoh wholesalo murders and robberies as has boon perpetrated on the. line of the road for the past two years.. The committee appointed ',. to wait ou Gen. Steele and' represent to him the condition of the country, and the insecurity of trado and trave...

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. — 14 April 1866

ihiln lloniilaraccr. Money Market. lew York Gold Qimtiitlnris tm Francisco Leal Tim lur rotes ...127 ' KpItom of Telegraphic News. conr.K rnoa tut oRsaosu. DATES TO A.PUIL. 10. Chieajn, April 11 Attlie city election in Springfield, Illinois, yesterday, tue vote win the lurgen ever pull-d. A Democratic Mayor way el cteJ by 23 mitjorlly. At the Albaoy, New Yo k, election yes urday, O. H. Thntclter, Democrut, was elected Mayor by 7UU umjority, over Itobert U. Payu. At the Trea'on, New Jersey election. ves- terday, the Uem cr;Us bad 300 majority. Tbe uiuuivipul election iu 8 . Haul, Minn., josteriay, nave tbe 1) mueratd 130 tuajority. Tue first suit under tbo civil righu lull was institute l at Lafayette, Indiana, yes terday, a negro 'Claiming to enforce a con tract un ier it, while the defendant claims tbe beuelit of tbe State cons itntiou null black laws. Judge ucst, of the State Cir cuit Court, lia- tlie case under advisement, iid will (t'obably cen l it to tbe State Su preme Court, ...

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. — 14 April 1866

en ansjar"r - jWM-yjnTrria fails $J oiratajnccr. r" FACT8 AND FANCIES. The Cbicugo Journal ftixa the Hit enson has'developod tho feusiabillty of raiaing cation and Hobucco in kolboro Illinois, und that largo crops of both theso products will bo planted Ahe couimiflg season. . v No nation pan become fuMy en (lifjhtoncd when mothers are not quul litiod to discharge the duties of the homo work of education. Puronts, give your daughters, as well as your syns, the best education in ywir.powor. A now gas, made frm crude pctro ioum, is being iritrduced into Chicaga. IT be Chicago Post says the libt ot the potrolium gas is l'uliy four times greter than tbo light of tho coal gas, and that it can be roado at a much less .cost. IPartieb aro engaged in prefecting n process ts .make "played out" oil wells jjrofonu again. Thy say that a well which has stopped running, or oven pumping, can he made to yiold again by introdncing a torpedo, and exploding it. : Full statistics of whiskey hianufac- tur...

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. — 15 April 1866

VOL. 7. t LLK8, ORFGON, fetNbAY, A fcRIL 15. Ha. Nt. SO. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, V.NDiTi KXOKPTCO,) BV . 6. CO WAG & J. IIALI.OKA, JtBITOU8 AMD PKOPBIITOki. Tians Tmnty-tlvecenU per weak, payable to the carrier per month, by mail. $l tee months, t 60; tic months, $6; one year, 48. Advertisement insetted aft low rates. Job Printing. Every derortpMew of ftofk alid fancy Jo Printing Me wled with neMm awl despatch, aa foVWM-d m frer order to any piut iK the country. Payment Jar tolt Print inff mutt bt aviate on deliver) 4 work. V IL lMK-;i.!SS, ' -' Practical Watohmuker, Audftoaletta gig I IVE WATCHES. JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. B A.L.T3 wTlS' BRO., DEALERS IN GROCERIES! CORNER OF Main and Union Streets, Dalles. .Q. BALDWIN mh21-tf F. W. BALDWIN . "FURNITURE! FURNITURE DlEttliAM & WENTZ, -1NITU-, flX)SR IIOTKL BUILDING. ........ lloiscboli Fvrniture, -embracing Tablea, Chairs, Bureau Beds and Uttdrtteads, Beddtffe'.Cariieta "etc., etc., all ol which will be (old at low rate, furn...

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. — 15 April 1866

8UXMT M0RXIS6, APRIL 15, 1800. THE CIVIL RIGHTS BILL. We publish below a synopsis of this bill, which has now become n law by act of Congress, that the people may see und understand how it affeets as r First AH persons, without regard to eotor, born in the tlnilad Stales, are citizens thereof. N Second The inltalitants of every race and color, without regard to any pievious condition of slavery or in vol untary servitude except as a punish ment for crime, whereof tne parly shall have, been hly convicted, shall have the same right, to make anu en force von tracts, to sue, to be partes to mils, give evidence, and to inherit THE GRAND JURY., ' Without the slightest disposition to dictate in matters that pertain to the administration of justice, wo feci that we. are fully warranted in advising the Grand Jury, which will, meet to-mor. .row, against frivolous prosecutions. "Whenever a ari we. has been commit ted,, and th proof is at hand, it is the -duly,, as it should bo the desire, of t...

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. — 15 April 1866

i 1 1 if -- Wi h n n t r ir r r Money Market. turn York fluid Quotations Im Francisco Le4.1l fender rates ...127 Epitome of Telegraphic News. coMi iLEO mux 11m ohkoomax. UATKS 'VO APllU. lit. , Chicago, Apr 1 12. The Wiscousin Iietri? Titure, by 11 Btrict party, roter except i .jjn b ic . n members in eneii Unwell, adopt ed resolutions declaring til t Senntor Doo little tins betrayed the people of W sconsin mi J ought to re igtt A resolution itpprov ing tnB President's policy was voteJ down,, withbn' 11 -i nilc Republican vote being givei in its favor. The Legislature udjou us to-dm-. . The Tennessee House is still at a dead stndd. " Speaker llaamll ('Conservative) re. tihies- to oiiUTtaifl- uny motion to refer the trcdeiitiaU'of flow numbers to a corainittce, Hud insists that iliose holie s' who did not rcjign 1 jit whose Beats worn declar- d vacant , by the Governor,. are still mem rs . It' I, e Speaker votes Wiere will be enongb Conserv atives 1. resent for ft quorum at any time ...

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. — 15 April 1866

gailg Mountaineer. FACTS AHD FANCIES. . Maximilian bus bad bid flulrjr et Why is a bald- head 4ke hagiMn'V . Because tbero is no parting there. Diplomatic relations bad entirely ceased between tBussia and the d?tujntl .Court. A -groat calamity has fallen on the Cuucusim, in the apporunco ol a cis trulivo disease among silkworms. CeoROR N SanTOhs, who is doubt. Iobs regarded down south as a noble jmt'Hot and exile, has apjrited for the benefit of the insolvent laws in Eng., 'tlund liabilities, 18,400 . ' Tub Paris workingmen haveirafaed tbo sum ot five tlioosand timnce by contribatisas ol one sou each, the whole sum to be devoted to tlio manus lacture of a medal usettSHiiiulioo of President Lincoln the rnediil to be presented to the United SiatiesGovern. . merit. A correspondent f n Dublin paper jsuys that recently a funeral entered a churchyard situultd in a solitary part ot the County of Wick low, lowered u coffin into ugruve.-covercd it,and went tbeir way. The Police of the distri...

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. — 17 April 1866

CO ; Jr. . ;l t I ' i i . 1 ' f ?:Si.:i;;:i..-)r ii mim 5 rt rx3 A, f (4S J VOL,7..)( DALLESi ORKGON, TUESDAYv APRIL IV, l-0O. ,NO, 6l,i PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, , (MONDAY!. KXOKPTID,) BT -., fc G. tOWNE &, J. IIALLORAX, , ; ' EDITORS AMP PBOPBISTOas.' f " ' TaaMS fteenty-.Eveceaj, per week, payable to the carrier . par month, by mail, $1 ; three month,, Hi 60 i tlx Month. $5 j out) year, M. Advertisements inserted at ' teer rate. . , '"' ' Joe Pristine;.'' Bvery deacrlptlon of plain and fancy Job .Printing exe v eted with neatneae and despatch, and forwarded aa per rd.r to any part of the country. Payment Jor Job Print tug mutt 6 made on delivery mj work.? . ; i . Jl XV. It. DOUGLASS, Prtxotlcul Watohmukcr, And Dealor In riflE WATCHES At JEWELRY, '.ft ; DALLES,-OREGON; fj:: Established TLtSSZ?. BALDWIN BRo., , . j. . - - , i , , . DEALERS IN i' y GROCERIES ! CORNER OF . - Main and Union Streets, Dalles. J.O. BALDWIN nih21-tf .F. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE ! FURNITURE -rtWNITOl,, 0I....

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. — 17 April 1866

i oimtaiuw. TUESDAY X0BX1K6, APB1L 17, 1860. r Quinct A.i BaooKB, Postal Agent, arrived at the Dalles yesterday, en route to Idaho, where ho goes to look after Postal affairs in that Territory. - Tub steamer Oneonta brought op, last evening, forty-nine recruits for '" Col. Coppinger's Company of the 14th .'V: 3. Infantry, now stationed at Fort. Dalles. The company will leavo hero. ,-' on Wednesday morning for Fort Boise, by way ot Umatilla. The April term of the Circnit Court commenced yesterday, lion. J. 6. Wil son presidios;.' The following is the Grand Jury : D. Bolton, Foreman; G. W. Williams, F. A. O. Payne, N. J. . Dubois, John Moran, Francis Bald ' win and Thomas Smith. Tiierb has scarcely been a day daring the past week that pack trains and miners have not left for Montana by way of White Bluffs. : Parties who have traveled over the road from the apposite side of the Columbia, pro ; nounoe it a good one, and a great saving in distance. This we learn ; from men not in any way...

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. — 17 April 1866

D3 MM onntaittecrv EpUouie of Telegraphic News. oonriuo mom th ouoomah. " . DATHS TO APRIL 1ft. Chicago, April 13. The. Tennessee House of Representative had an rxciting session yesterday, ending with the newly elected radical members being admitted in sufficient number to make a quorum After tuis the i'ranchite bill passed by a constitutional vote. Tbig bill relates only to white suf frage, bnt excludes rebels and rebel sympa tb.Uergu.ader the must stringent penalties. The radical triumph was paused In defiance of the Speaker, who is a conservative, and who, to prevent priceeiings which would have d iven hiia irom the uuair, yielded the point and allowed a report from the commit tee on elections to be received in tavur of all claimants except the receut bolters. .These .were not adini ted on the ground that tliur election was in coutempt of the House. Some of the defeated radicals will be admit ted on the i e vision ot the poll list, excluding fraudulent votes. ... Gov. Hamilton, 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. — 17 April 1866

Oregon Steam navigation Co. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. , FACTS AMO rAMOlKf. i Good women are the salt of tbo eartfi ; sweet onos, the sugar;' pungent ones, the pepper; biting ones, the mus tard, and sour ones,, the venegar. Prentice says: "It is not enough that vou are praised by the good : you have failed somewhere in your duty if you aro not cursed by the 'bad N. THEREarenow overninty.eigh thou and pensions being drawn by widows and orphans of diseased soldiers. About thirty per day are being grant- d. ; f The king of Denmarkhas conferred upon Maximilian the '-Order of tho Elephant' which is very opproiate TllE STEAMERS 1EZ PEIICK CHIEF, WEn-IOOT, TEMXO, OWYHEE, YAKIMA, SPIIAY & OKANAGON, CaptalM B. V. COE, 0. C. FELTON, J. H. D. OKAY, ud TIIOS.J. BTUMP, Will ran dirlg the season from CKLILO to UMATIL LA, WALLULA, YVUll'H 1IL.UIIB, JTAUVUOB aim I.V.UTKTIkN. line of the above mimed bouts will leave CELILO for UMATILLA and WALLULA, DAILY (Sundnys excepted) The PuHemrer Train to connect...

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