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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 18 April 1866

X VLI.ES, ORKGON, WEDNESDAY, AJPRIt. 18, 1806, NO. G. PUBLISHED mM M01&IN6, (MONDAYS CXOIPTCD,) BY JE. G. CO WIVE & J. 1IALLORAN, , . V EDIT0B3 AND PROPRIETORS. 3'saxs Twenjy-Jlve emu por week, "payable to the carrier ,per month, by mail, $1; throe months, S2 60; six months, $6 ; one year, M. AdftestteemeBtfl ioeeraed at low rates. Job Printing. Every dencrlptlon of plain and fancy Jnb f rhrtrag exe nted with uuatueas and despatch, and forwarded as per arder to any part of the country. liymentJor Job Print ing nuti 60 Made on dtlvetry oj work, y v. 11. ioixji,sv Practical Watchmaker, And Sealer In FINE WATCHES & JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. Established 1857. BALDWIN 13ITO., DEALERS IN ' " CORNER OF Jtlaln and Union Streets, Dalles. J. Q. BALDWIN mh21-tf" p. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE! FURNITURE DIERLAM Sc WENTZ, - N IT U OLOBB HOTEL BUILDINO. VgjfjvJWjftf Dalles City, have on haud a variety tVOfeS'iFjiLombrncIng Tables. Chairs. Bureaus ft nMMTfjag" Beds and Bedsteads, Bedding, Ca...

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. — 18 April 1866

' v WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 1$, 18G6. Thirteen men were hung for mm der in. different parts of the United Statos, on, Friday th 12tR ult. Mas. Day. recently gave birth to four, children in Indiana. Verily, who can tell what a day may bring forth. There" are said to be 70,000 rebel soldiers buried at Holly Wood and Oak Wood Cemeteries Boar- f5ch. mond.' The Collector of Internal Eeveouo for Montana has boon dirocted. by Commissioner Rollins to release-all goods soizod for want-of inspection marks, whore the claimantaehow that they are innocent holders... Tub Minings Emigration. Oar Eastern exchanges are filled 'with items rogarding.tho departure of boats and trams lor the mining regions, and all concur in the opinion that the omii gration across the plaids this season will bo larger than any year since 59. The Nevada papers also chronicle the departure of a large number of miners fir tho mining regions of Owyhee and Montana In Articulo Mortis. Wa aro in formed that tho Democratic ph...

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. — 18 April 1866

C31 Epitome, of Telegraphic News. OOMHITO VKOM Till OBKIONUiC. DATUS TO APRIL. 14. Washington, April 13 la the Senate, Mr. Vfilliams cmled- up tlie bill to prevent tho absence cf Tei'ritoriul oHkci-s, -which was ft source of g'eat evil. Judgos, Governors and Secretaries absent themselves for six mouth? to visit Washington City and ibe Eastern btatej. Mr. Grimes was conscious that great in justice had been done tbo people of the Territories, but thought tliobi-l too swelling. Mr. Nesmitu thought the Ullf too rigid. Mr. Conness here cal ed attcnt on to tlio ' fact that Territorial offices were selected from the siiperaaf-mtcd politicians of the Must, for whom no use could be found at bAitue. . The further consideration of the bill was postponed. The Senalo Select Committee, on the bill incorporating the National Telegraph Com pany, have had a preliminary meeting and discussed t!ie general subject. Mr. Brown favored the Government's taking charge of all telegraphic wires iu the United ...

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. — 18 April 1866

Ml FACTS .AND JETANCLfif!. A yonng woman Calais, Franoe,'baa (recently been aseliavad by disgOEgiog from her etomaob a Hying lizard b aaches long, which iiad troubled her ' :for four yeaps. ffbetcr titer was quite jiveiy, ana dic toe ,eiaes ot tbe bowl, .and ran about .until it was killed bv 1UO UHUUUUDIB. .Suhgeon 0. W. .Walsh, in a letter to lhe Medicdl Times and Gazette, states that he has found two grains of oxa- jaie 01 cerium ana one drachm of com pound tincture of valorian, inTaribly ogives great relief in sea sickness. The dose may be administered at intervals .oi thirty minutes. A gentleman wa promenading a fashionable street with a bright Little ooy oy nis Bide, when tbe little fellow .cried out: "Oh pa, there goes an .editor 1" "Hush, hush J" said tho other, "don't make anv nnnrt. if th nnm. - - v-.w I man God only knows what you may come io yei. Professor Hough, of the Budlev Observatory, at Albanycpeaking f mo comparative cnangos ot the barom eter and thermometer during...

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. — 19 April 1866

fmmmm j : .1 11.11 iyi b si r r 1. . it mm VOL. .7. ; DA-I.1ES, OREGON, UIlDAT, APRIL lO, 1SOO. NO.C3. rUBLISUEU EVERY MORMMJ, (MONDAY tXOKPTID,) BY 4B. G. COUMJ & J. HALLORAN, ' 1DIT0US AND PB0PKIBT0R9. Terms Twenty-five eenti per woek, payable to the carrier per muiitli, by until, tl; tliroe months, 2 60; six months, $6; oueyear, $3. Advertlaeineuu Inserted at low rutue. , ... Job Printing. Every description of plain aoU fancy JWvfrtiittng'wte ntetl with neatness and despatch, and forwarder as por 'ton'er to any part of the country. Payment for Job Print ing must be made oh deitttr) ej work. IV. II. DOUKLrlSS, IPimotlcal WtttekmalcoiS . . And Deuler In WISE VfATCIlES JEW ELK Y, , DALLES, OREGON'. Established 1857. BALERS IN n GROCERIES ! CORNISH OF Jlain and Union Streets, Dalles. NT. 0. BALDWIN mhai-tf F.W.BALDWIN. tf URNITURE I : FURNITURES tolEltLAM Sc WENTZ, NTB d LOB B HOTEL BUILDING. llouschold Furniture. r'lirf ml ''-f,m''rac.nB' Tables, Ohalra, Bureaus vm-- -aaut-ueasa...

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. — 19 April 1866

TJd.KSDAV MDK.VIXG, APUIL 19, 1880. A 7 jcatdasmaai WANTED. BOY TO WOIIK IN THIS OFFICE. No boy tnkon fur ileu than ono year. Tii htao lor Canyon City will leave the stage office tomorrow (Fri day) morning tit 7 o'clock. TiiiE office of Wells, Fargo & Co., in this city,, was. closcdi yesterday and crape hiwig on- the door,. in respect to Iho raeraary of the lutO' Captain S. Knight, Superintendent; of the Com pany, who was killed by the explosion io San Francisco on. the 18th in at. MonB Indian- DfiPttEDATioNs The frloge from-fHiyoa City nrrivedhore yesterday, baviog; left. Canyon, on Thursday, last.- The mining, excite, merit still continued wmfratecr and parties. were leaving fer-Olive Creek daily. Tho diggings o Canyon Creek ere paying well, ond'e-verything looks favorable fan a rioh. yield' the prosont ason. On tne lllh inst: Mr. FioIJs, living twenty miles this side of Cunyon City had twentytono. h&ad.ot cattle stolen from him. by the Indians. The cattle were, driven acr...

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. — 19 April 1866

onntMuccr.- Isaao F. Iti.ocn, buu eraucisco. C. S. Mtuut, ' Dull Epitome of Telegraphic' News. fCOMPILEB UtOX TIIS OBRflOSIAS. San Fruvcitco, April 16. Fr6rd' te AUa't ffroot the following pnrtkuiitn of ft trrfiblB tfaliiniitjr are given : At thirteen hod, a half minutes jiast one o'clock, r'. HV. today, our city win s nr. led by a shock li'kB the oxplo Hioii of sumo vast mi no durirtga sieiic, and fiir many blocks in every direction from lite llorihwedt corner of California and Mont gomery stroeta the air was tilled with dust una flyinir rubbish, and el83 came rat thng down fiom every window as. if iho ex plosion hud occurred in each separate build log. The consternation whicii seized on Hi o pjisicrs by Wells, Fargo & Uo.'s was terrible Men; w in oil, childrcu. horsemen, 'pedestri- iriia,-dray and express teams, without driver.', (.'lima charing pell mell down the street in Inex ricable cou'usion. As soon as the first jlnniu began to subside, there was nn im ineuse rush toward...

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. — 19 April 1866

00 FACTS AND FANCIES. 'If a toper und a gallon of whisk&y -wore left together, which would be -drunk first? ",How nsrcottl tliiB morning?" said a man in ft'eoal yard to an Irishman. ' Black as iver, be jabers," said 1'at. Dido fell in'love with JtSnoas, but-he gave her the out direct. And he lhaa . IIU III I If 1 vS Ds tflVII UUTV VbVU vuwi didoes ever since, A young ludy says lhe reason she carries a parasol is that the -eun w of tho masculino gender, and she cannot withstand his ai dent crliknobs. ; o There are directly 'two -opposite .reasons why a man -omo6i mos cannot got credit. 0no is, because ho is not known ; tho other, because lie is. A young gontleman advertised for a wiio through the papers, and received answers from eighteen hundred huB tbands,saying that he could have thoire. At a concert recently, at the conclu sion of tho song, "There's a good time coming," aoountry farmer got up and exclaimed, "Mister you couldn't fix tho dato, could you ?'' A Paris architect ha...

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. — 20 April 1866

OT - " . ; ' J ' 'if.' ' 23 fro vol,, r. Dalles, oregon, fbiday, apkil jjo, isoo. NO. fS-A. mm i'UBLlSUEU EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS S.XOKPTID,) BV E. G. COWIVE & J. 1IALLORAN, gPITOUS AND PB0PBIIT0U8. T kkuh Twentjf-JL vecentt per week, payable to thecarrler per inuntli, by mail, $1;. three months, (2(0; ix months, $6 ; one year, 18.- Advertisements Inserted at low rates. . Job Printing. . Kvery description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe nted witli ueatneas and despatch, and forwarded m per order to any iart of tbe country FuynentJorJoh I'rittf ittg mutt bo made on ddiveru oj work. r W. If. lOULAS, Practical Watchmnkor, FIXE WATCHES &. JEWELRY, DALIES, OREGON. . -Estulllslietl 1857. BALDWIN BRO., ' DEALERS IN CORNER OF Alain and Union Streets, Dalles. J. C. BALDWIN mh21-t'f V. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE ! FURNITURE 1 DtiiUIiAM S6 tTENTZ .. l W N I T l OLOBK HOTEL BttlLDINO, " 1 1 W I II I 111 1 1 11.11... t'ltt, l..U....L.ml.a..l.t Household Furniture, .embracing Tables, Clial...

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 April 1866

f KUM7 MOBffINO, APRIL 20, 1800. Wk noticed a large train start oat yesterday for Blackfoot, by way of - White Bluffs. An Odd Fellows' Lodge was insti tuted at Vancouver, W. T., on Tues day night last, by Grand Master, A. L. Stinson. . ' The steamer Orezaba, from San Franoioo, passed up the Willamette to Portland, yesterday morning. Her express and passengers will be here this (evening. Max. General Halleck is on a visit to some of the up country mlHtaty stations. 3. F. Flag. Staking off his claim, in the Chreo route, we presume. Thi War Department has issued an order that soldiers re. enlisting ra the regular army within thirty days after their discharge from the volunteer ser vice, will be entitled to the additional pay ot two dollars per montb,when the term of their new enlistment shall in connection with the term they have served in the volunteer serviaeamount five years. We-call attention to the advertise ment of far. J. McCormick, of the Frank lin Bookstore, Portland. Mao. ia ...

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 April 1866

Epitome of Telegraphic News. raoanun riOH xhi omooiuab. DATES TO APRIL. IT. Chicago, April 16 Judge Test, in the Cir- cnit Court of Lafayette county. Indiana, de cided ibat tbe amendment to tue United States. Constitution abolishing slavery make all negroes citizens, and tberefore tb 13th Section, of the Indiana constitution, and the black laws are void. Tbe question came be fore him on an appeal of a colored citisen to enforce a contract, claiming the benefits of the civil rights act. Judge Test says: wub out reference to the civil rights aut, I Bhall sustain the demurrer to tbe defendant s answer, being fully satisfied that the plaintiff is a citizen of tbe Unite! States,' Independ ent of tbe act of Congress on that subject. Chicago, April 10. The steamship Ore gonian, built by Messrs. Laurence & Fonlke of New York, tor L-idd A Bradford, and in tended to run between San Francisco and Portland was launched on Friday, tbe 13th instant. She is not expected to be ready for her tri...

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 April 1866

. FACTS AMD FANCIES, , A moWel of Capt. Colo's tripod masts Las boon shown at Lloyd's. It does away with shrouds and stays, ns una mast is supported by two smultur ones. ' Tho adnntuges claimed are as follows: saving of weur and tear of ropea, im. proved ventilation of whip, and in creased speed. Qircker voyages may bo made, in conseqiionce of a vobsuI fitted with these musts being able-" to sail closer to tho wind. The masts may bo as readily cut away as wooden ones. ;-- , , , : J j Of all the "smart" instances of Yankee ingenuity, porhnps tbo smart est is tho trick played upon- the au thorities of .New Brunswick,' after Ihejr recent oifer of three dollars for the snout of every bear killed within the eolonj', A large number of snouts wero recently brought in, chiefly by Indians, but in course of time it was discovered that most of the trophies were imitations only, curiously manuy lactured of India rubber and gutta perchn, by clover maipulators in tho Stato of Maine, who sold them...

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 April 1866

A: 1L3 HI VOL. 7. DALLKS. ORKGON. SATURDAY, APRIL SI. 1H(5. NO. CO.. ii v. jv ai lis' rr 'v. i w - 'ttk f ; ' " " : 1 " - ' '- ' ' TIBLISIIED EVERY HORNING, : (MONDAY) kXOKPTSD,) BT ' E. G. tOW'SE & J. HALLOIUS, EDITORS AND PROPltl KT0U4. Txaxs Tmmty-flvecenU per week, payable to the carrier per muucli, by nmil. $1; three month, (2 60; six muntlis, ti; one year, $8. Ailvertleuioutu inserted at , low rates. '. Job Printing. Kvery description of plain and fancy Job Printing flo uted with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per ordsrtouny part of the country. Paynentjor Job Print in? mailt lit madt on dtUvery oj work. W. flt. DOM LASS, Practical WatcJimiiltcr And Dealer In FIVE WATCHES & JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. Established 1857. BALDWIN BKO., DEALERS IN GROCERIES! corner or Main and Union Streets, Dalles. J. 0. BALD WIN mhil-tf F.W.BALDWIN. FURNITURE! FURNITURE DIERLAM & WENTZ, -UrlrllTO.. QLOBK IIOTKL BUILDINQ, T jff1WWvO rtAllu.ni l..v...n liun.l .tiariat ifrr-WOT " ...

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 April 1866

1 V 11 CVYY IHUU X'lToDne McDonnell, who was taken down through hero Inst winter to SATURDAY HOKNLNS, APRIL 21, 1860. About two boridred passengers came up- on- th Qneonta yesterday y nearly all bound for the mines. ". The weather : remains i unu void for this season of the year. . Yes terday fixes were quite bandy to have: about the house. A telegram from San Francicoan - n ounces the arrest of the-robbers of Collector Adams, and the probable re- covery of a part of tho stolon money. ; Since November lot, 1865, the So licitor of tho Treasury has disbursed from the " Secret Service Fund," $27,' 535 11, for the apprehension of coun terfeiters ot tho national notes. Secbetary McCuLLoeH has author ized special Treasury agents in tho South to seize us confiscated property all cotton which was during tho ro . bellion subBonibcd. to. the so-called Confederate loans. Circuit Court. The case ot Wilt- Hams vs. Ward occupied, the entire time of the Court yesterday, and was submitted to the iu...

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 April 1866

1" hnxt our Epitome of Telegraphic News. ' . fOOMPlLIS FROM THt OBEOOSUS. ' DATES TO APRIL 18. . Chicago,' April 18. Conncss reported a bill to prohibit tiie absence of Territorial officers lust Fri'Jny, aud adverted in severe litnsitge to tho conduct uf Secretary Meagher who had given new direction to udmiuistralion and sentiments of the people.. Governor Edierton's abseuce seems to be inexcusable. The Prcdidout has filled bis ihu:e. - Thri IVar Dnnnflmnnt rttfAf.ta fhn mnotAi.- out of ull colored troops, except twenty regiments, which a e retained as fo lows : District of Columbia, 1 regiment; South Carolina, 1: N rth Carolina, I ; Elorida, 1 ; Alabama, 2; Mississipti', 4; Tennessee. 4 ; Kentucky, 2; Snerman'i i military division, 4. ' The Adjutant General' announce- olliciully 'that the President's peace proclamation does tint. U'il.hHriLnr mnrt.iiil lnw. lint nHHa Ihut It . u not expedient to resort to military tribu nals in any case where justice may be ob tained through the ci...

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 April 1866

ottfttatnwrl '. . tfACTS AND FANCIES. , , " Ah, Doctaw, does the choteraw 'awfeet the hitrhaw awdaf" "No," ro- plied the doctor tithe exquisite," but it.'u HouLh on fools, and vou'd better v r A Georgia Judge lately threatened a lawyer lor contempt of Court. " I have expressed no contempt for the Court," said the lawyer, on the con trary, I have ourefuily concealed my icoiings. , . . The receipts of the horse railroads in Philadelphia, lant year, were 2,788 112 67, which, at seven cents fare, rep. resents 8y,115,898 passengers) The roads paid a Government tax of 68, 452 82. The last sale of negroes in tho Val ley of Virginia was made by a gent le man at Stanton, April Oib, 18C5. Ilo sold two negro children, uged nine and twelve years, lor live thousand cabbage plants. "Japanese Tommy" was the cause of a row at the Cincinnati Palaue Va rioties, the other performers refusing to appear unless Tommy was dis charged. . Tbe managers, however, stood flrmlv bv Tommv. y Hughes, tbe murdercr,...

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 April 1866

isb. fe'6. DMXRS, OBKGON, SUNDAY, A PBir. , lgtOO. Mountaineer, PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS EXCEPTED,) BV E. G. COWXE & J. lMLl.ORAX, ' DIT0K8 AND PHOPHItTUKii. Tkkmu Twenty-fier, cruLt nor week, payable tothe carrier ' per month, hy until. (1; three mouths, ttoOj alx luuntha, 5 ; ouo yo.ir, $3. Advertlaeuieute inserted at luw rates. ' ' , Job Printing, . . Every description uf pluln and fancy Job Printing exe uted witli uuutuess and despatch, and forwarded as per on'w to any part of the ouiiiitry. lMynuntJur Job lint ing tantt be made on delivery oj work. Practical Watokmukcr. And Dealer lu I FIVE WATCHES JEWELRY, ' ,-' DALLES, OREGON. lMtablit-ilietl 1857. BALDWIN IsftO., DEALERS IN G-IfcO CERIES ! oiiaxKii of . Main and Union Streets, Dalles. J. 0. BALDWIN mh.l-tf F. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE ! FURNITURE Ili.RJL,AJVI &. AVEIVTZ. ' tlPNITOaj GLOBE HOTEL BUILDINO. T ..JJ. i-HII-M"-. lntlUJPiu i. .......... i .1 !...- Household Furniture, embracing Tablea, Chalra, Bureaus ...

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 April 1866

SUNDAY MOKNIXG, APRIL 22, 18GG. A WASTED. ftOTTO WORK IN THIS OrFICE. No boy taken fcr lew- than one year. , The Orizaba advertises to sail from 1'ortland to-morrow at 6 o'clock, p. m. i Tub Montana had not arrived at 1'ortland when the Cascade left yes. terday morning. W. are under obligations to Hon. E. 1 llolbrook, Dolegate from Idaho, tlire() inci,cg ; circumference at the largo J ' ' FOSSIL REHAINS. . ,.: , Below we publish an interesting communication in relation to the dis covery of tsomo fossil remains in this vicinity: " v,.- .'!'. " Dli.ks, April 21, 18CC. . Ed. Moontainkeu. Pormit me, Hirougta the columns of your paper, to ioform that portion of the public who are curious in re gard to the remains of the natural history tf the pre-hUtoric nge, that Col. Fulton and mytclf took 4bis morning from a newly washed gully, in the hills near Ten Mile creek, from its long resting place, some eight or ton feet below ibe natural eurf.ice of the earth, a huge tusk, six feet long and 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. — 22 April 1866

Epitome of Telegraphic News. . fCOJIPILKB TROM Til)! OBKXHttAX. , Sun Francisco, April 20. No Eastern news to-dny. ' " - The British sieamor Lahovchere, with her npimrel And furniture, was sold at auction th s morning by order of W. A. Mourttt, luw taster, f ir $370, The Lnbnucliere was built in Li) u do ii in 1858, at a cot of $175,000, nnd $15,000 more hud recently I'Oen expend ed on her in the way of repair.', etc She now lici entirely sub wo ged nttl her fxnct jiosition ii unknown, except that all hut her iiiuier de k is suppose.) 10 huve lound iU wfiiy to the bofur. somewho e in the vicinity of l lie reef on which she struck. , .No later gold quotations. Legal tenders raii'e Ironi 79c. to 8')e. nnd dull. Money continues abundant for all legitimate pur pose at 10U per cent. . . , The stock market is depressed with n fren orul Blinding of prices.' Ophlr declined 45; Yellow Jackel $50 : Oollur Po osi, $32 60 : " M ivago $15 : Belcher $5, and Impe iiland Overman each 53, as compare...

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 April 1866

CM) ountainccr. FACTS AND FANCIES. Wine drowns more than the "66i. - The yoiinaj lady's TcquoBf " Make mo uu otfT." v Woman is said to bo a mere delu sion, but It is "sometimes pfcutiapt to :.. bug delusions, r "Do you like cod;finh bails, Mr. Wig gins?" Mr. Wigging -hesitatingly, "1 teally don't know, Miss, 1 don't recol lect attending oao." ; ' Mrs. Partington says tho only way to prevent steamboat explosions is to make engineers bilo the wutcr on shoro. In her opinion, all the bustin' '. is done by cooking tho steatu on board. "Stockings 1 tan do without, ns I long as I wear fashionable drowses," said a village belle a little Blruighton ed in her financial resources, "but a .' bosom 'pin and kid gloves 1 mu.st have.'' A negro preacher otice observed to bis hearers, at the close of his sermon as follows5: "My obslinacious bi'edrcn, I find it ho more use to preach to jou dan U is for a grass. hopper to wear - kneebtickles.'' The other night Jack M. said to his fair partner, "Don't ...

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