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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 24 April 1866

en.; :rJ 1 II II II I M l II r r i::': vol. r. DALLES, OH! GOIV. Tt7EHlA Y. .A tTir. 4, 1866. no. 6 : i V gailjj JjjUuatainr PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING, (MONDAYS CXOkPTBD,) BT E. O. COn AG & J. IIALLORAN, B01TOKS AMD PU0PBI9Ra. Terks ftoenty-Aee cent$ per weeksipayaryle to the carrier per month, by malt, SI; three months, M60; six mouths, $6; oue yeatvle. Advertlsemente inserted at low rata. ' . ' Jo Printing. Every description of plain and nracy Job Printing eze uted with neatness and despatch 'and forwarded as per order to any part of the country. 'Payment Jor Job Print ing mutt 6 made on delivery q trbrfc. HVII. DOUGLASS, Practical Watehmaker, And Dealer In FI X E WATCHES . 2EWELRY, DALLES, OREGON; EstetbllBhetl 1857. BALDWIN BRO., SEALERS IN GROCERIES ! CORNER OK Main and Union Streets, Dalles. J. 0. BALDWIN mh21-tf F. W BALDWIN. FURNITURE! FURNITURE DIERE.A3X So WENTZ, cqKHITlfj. GLOBE HOTEL BUILDING, mSWOTSS n.lla. ha V. nn h.ittl . v.rl.f w J I , j Household Furniture, embra...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 24 April 1866

TUESDAY MOBSIXG, APRIL 24, 18067" THE PUBLIC DEBT. . ThO Statements of the public debt .. . . ., made out monthly under the diree- tion Of Secretary McCullocb, presont, iu. u-.i . j on the whole, an enuouraging and highly Satisfactory Condition Of the National finanoes. In his annual re- .,, .k:itj 4 n n port, submitted to Congress in Docem- ber last, MoCallooh estimated that there would ba an increase of the debt t jj , .. a for the fiscal year ending on the first of July next, Of One hundred and ... , ,, ,.. . twelve million dollars, lhis increase, ltOWever, WOS Occasioned by the heavy rr.nrUrrn.n inMirrnrl in Jnlv nnri expenditure MlCUirea IU JUiy UDU August, in paying Off the VOlunteerH and Bottling up tho war accounts. The debt nan thnu inr-rAnae'd nhnnt n. ua.a --.i vr. .u: -.tii jiuiiuiDu miiu iri,y uuiuiuu uuiiuio in the first two or three months of the , T . .. ... . . fiscal year. But the anticipations of the Secretary as to the future were u rt .u r. .u I i ' 'I eacn succ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 24 April 1866

Epitome of Telegraphic News. I . OOMHUD VaOM THI1 OHSUOKIAS. , ' DATK8 TO APRIL. . Ntw York, April 20 Ttie steamer Arizona has armed from Aapiuwall. A fearful ex plosion occurred od the steamer European, at Aspinwall, on the 3d , inst., destroying tbe bip nud four hundred feet of the wharf. Tbe (apposed cause wai nitro-gljceria. About fitly persona were killed, among them the captain and officers. Fire Marshal Baker, under tbe Instructions ol Mayor Hoffman, to-day seized about three 1 hundred pounds ot nitro-glyceMn stored- up in tbe t.owu ; also, a large quantity on board ship in tbe harbor, and arrested Cul. Otto Iiurtinbinder for shipping a quantity of the s.vno to California that exploded there. The .damage tause.i by the explosion at Aspinwall is eatimatel at one million of dollars. Tbe officers of the Panama Railroad Company in ' this city estimate the loss of that company at one hundred and fifty lliotmud dollars. . Chicago, April 20 Tbe reported death of Olo Bull, which bas ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 24 April 1866

(HI ; ravla AMU FAnviwa. A' clergyman lately addressed bis female auditory as follows: "fie not uivim vuwv vi.v t.uoovu JJUIU uuiu ivui eex the distinguished compliment of appearing first to a female after toe resurrection, for it was only done that tbe glad tidings might spread all the sooner. A Chicago clergyman missed his stockings on Christmas morning, and . after a lone search found one on eaeb horn of a new milch cow, which bad been presented to him by bis parish toners, and ornamented in this way to indicate that it was a Christmas gift. ' In addition to the railroad from Cairo to St. Louis, which will be built this summer, another from Cairo to Vinoennes, Ind., is contemplated, by ; wbioh it is proposed to make a broad guage connection with the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad, and thus secure a direot route to Now York. After seven years' appeal, only twelve thousand pounjs out of tho fifty thousand required to decorate St. Paul's Church, London, has been subscribed. Such a ma...

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. — 25 April 1866

VOti'7.' DAiyLKS, OIIKGON, WEdNICST) A Y, APIIIL C5, ISOrt. no.' bis. ' 1 ' i : ' . i 'i . . i. , (' .. ' f riBLlSUEl) EVERY MOitNING, . (MONDAYS KXOKPTKD,) ST C O. COWSE & J. IIALLORAy, KD1T0KS AND PIlOI'HIkTORs. ' Xhrmd Twtnty-foecmU per week, payable lo the carrier per muntlt, by mall, $1; three months. $250; aix . months, to ; oua year, S3. . Advertisements Inserted at Igw rates. , ' . Job Printing. . Every description of plain an J fancy Job Printing exe- nted with neatness nuil despatch, and forwarded as par order to any part of the country. Payment Jor Job Print ing mutt be made on delivery oj work, W. U. UOljCHe-ASS, Practical Watcliimilccr, And Dealer in 'FIXE WATCHES A. JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. Established 1857. BALDWIN I3XtO., DEALERS IN ' GROCERIES ! ,., CORNER OK Main and Union Streets, Dalles. -J. C. BALDWIN mh21-tf F.W.BALDWIN. FURNITURE ! FURNITURE . DIERLAM & WENTZ, ' V JHUiUjt' aL0BK ,l0TKI' BUILDING, ' Household Furniture, otilltriiHiiir 'TiihloB filial ra...

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. — 25 April 1866

kiltr Momtf mitt'. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1860. For tiie MiNEe. .Yesterday a large number of men left hero, bouud for I Montana , and the Big Bend mines, tho majority of whom bad arrived from below the pvocing previous. One of tho claims of More & Co., on These men have gone by tho way of Buena Vista Bar, Idaho, cleaned up White Bluffy crossing tbe Columbia after four days run, about five buns at this placo. Anotbor party of about dred ounces. fourteen porsons bought their outfits V The cars of tbe O. S. N. Company t'6tore f Mo- Baldwin Br8-' were yesterday engaged in hauling yesterday, and will start out over tho sand to fill up Main fetreet, to a level " thifJ morning. These men with tbe railroad. . fund n0 difflculty ,n P00" 7'" . . mals in this market at reasonable ; The sidewalk on Union street, be. price8) und in lftct lhey wore wen twoon Second and Third needs tbe af BIUj8fied with tho cost of their en- tention of the city authorities. The tiro out.fil8 -Vo noticed ...

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. — 25 April 1866

Epitome of Telegraphic News. ' fCOXVILKD moM ma OBKUOHI.VX. DATES TO APUM. 2X. '.', Chicago, April 19. President Joltnson, in reply to a serenade from tbe soldiers and sailors, last ereuingj said: We are involved in tbe most cr.ticul and trying struggles tbut hiive occurred since this Government came into existence. Tbe Government hits, an other trial still to gov through Unit is to give evidence to the uutioos of tbe enrtli nnd its unu (;ii-iaciis mm it. mis power cuuugu iu nut ' down trenofiery nt home and treason within its own borders. Ubeers. We have com menced tuat stiugglo, and 1 trust in (lod we will puss througn it successfu.lv. The or. gauized And combined powers that recently stood arrayed against us are disbanded and driven from the ti Id. but it docs not follow ; that tliereare no enemies aiid traitors against ". our prest-nt form of Government und our in stitutions. I st iod in the Sena e of the united State denying thk doctrine of seces sion; I think I have given some...

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. — 25 April 1866

MMmmwitmimfXtMitaBtm&im kiln ilountainecL : INTKnESTIXCt PUBLIC, UOCUMEKT The following lottor, which we find mis , imiy ezpiuina hsoiu . Collbob lint, (near Cincinnati,) Ohio, , October 25th, 163. .. . Hon. Jas.Harian Secretary of tbe interior oir: iiaving juso roiurnoa by the Overland route tiom the States and Torritoriea of the Pacific, whore I spent the last summer in investigus ling the condition of Indian affaire, I deem it my duly to call your attention at, on ne to the condition of Indian af fairs in Idaho Territory. As you are 11 ware, tbe Governor ot Idaho is Jiix. ("kr..;a e,,.,,',.i,-j t a r. vmuiir uuuvi lUVOIIUVllv KJl xiiuiaii ' lairs one Caleb Lyon, of Lyonsdalo and has, for some time, been tho nominal incumbent and has drawn the Hillary of that office. For more than six months he h-is not shown himself within the Territory, while everything pertaining to the otHceof Superintend .Inrir. Vina hnnn rnnnr. Mrin.mnfiillxr nAir. J looted.. The JNez Perces, who are the...

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. — 26 April 1866

ax , ft Tl. , VOL. 7. DA1VL.ES, OREGON, THURSDAY, AtniL 6,l800i NO. GO. Sarin llnrintaTnm" PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING. , ; (MONDAVI gXOIPTID,) BV , E. G. COWNE & J. 1IALLORAX, ' ' DITOkg AMD PttOHRIlTOM. wj nw"u ur wen, inyuia w iiiocnrriat '..sw rnunin, y nu, 911 cnreo mourns, ixw, six months, 6; oaeyear,8. Advertisements Inserted at Is rates. Job Printing. Every descrlptkm of plain mid utuey Job Printing exc used wick miitHM ud despatch, iind forwarded as per order 10 any part of th country. Payment Jor Job Print in) mutt b mad m eSeiicery oj work. . Practical .Watchmaker, ' And Dealer In FIXE WATCHES A. JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. Establishes! ISO?. DEALERS ' IN GROCERIES! CORNER 0. 1 ' Haln and Union Streets, Dalles. X 0. BALDWIN ' mi!H-tf F. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE I FURNITURE DIEHLAM & WENTZ, OjilLLL OLOBR HOTEL BUILDING, j,nn mimainar pnM Qtyj ,,Te on niull , variety Household Furniture, .embracing Table, Chairs, Bureaus Beds and Bedsteads, Bedding, Carpets etc., etc., all of...

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. — 26 April 1866

mm oitutahutr. THURSDAY MORNING, APBIL 28, 18G6. There are nine thousand shoe makers Jn Hew York City, FoR thousand four hundred and ninety-six books were published last year in England. Washoi Ijali rauet be a great place for game. The Virginia Union says that four sportsmen went oat there recently, with great preparttons, shot one owl, one bawk, two chickens, one small pig, one jaokass rabbit, one Irish goose, and one Chinaman. The Oregon Statesman comes to us this week with a half sheet supple ment, owing to the rush of advertise ments. We are glad to see those tokens of prosperity in the Statesman. It is a good, sound paper, and de serves the support of tho Union men throughout the State. , '1.0. or O. F. Tfye Odd Follows throughout the State will celebrate to-day as the 47th anniversary of the introduction of the order in the XJoited States. Colombia Lodge, No. 5, of this city, at their last regular meeting, elected the following named members as .Representatives to the Grand L...

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. — 26 April 1866

ipailn 'JfHomUiiiuccrJ Money Market, . . New York (Wild Quotation ..................127 ta KMiidicu Irtiit Tender rutiM .."Uli Kpltame of Telegraphic News. ! fcojtnun raos the obloomiax. DA.TKSJ TO APU1L. . BWitnyfoii, April 24. In tlio Sennt", j-cb-terday, (Jounoss, ot Uiilifuroiaj oflVrud res olution which was nduptii.l, instructing tho vjinmitice au comim-rco to inquire into the xiatli!ir.'y of proliibitiu thu importation, ir.tiidponutiou or stile of nitro-glycorine. Wuslibunie, of Illinois, said in the House, iht the committed ou commerce, of which he is chnirmiin, woul I leport toou ou thu . kubjuct of niiro-gl ceriue. ilic House judiciary committee yesterdny, - rrutle n rcpu t, iigaiutit tho inodiliciition of t-.e test on th, h j a ked by the President, iSecic iiry ot the .Treasury huJ l'ostuiustcr G.'itornl. The r-jiort declare Unit fielder the Prt'sidont uor auy of his Cabinet, hud nny right to dispense with the law, and that such mi einmple is d.ingerous uud uot to be tol e...

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. — 26 April 1866

CHI 't ailrlEottaitucr. . CHOLEIU-WHATOAillitiT, .This soourge TFiirqh 'appears to have TirosNed the Atlantic on T,he etomer .lUngland, may reasonably be 'expeoted on this coast during the coming sum-' merVThe bettor its churaoter isur derstood and the nearer thorough the . precautions taken ajrulout its introduc tion hero, the "better, Dr. Dixon of the Scalpel says of its, , Cholora is not produced by a Vegetable . laaguu or moss; it originatosih human filtu. Wherever humun beings cotn 'gregate in' close quarters and in vast nombora, in a confined atmosphere iti this country, there either typhtis fever, I tnalignant dysentery or choreTu in fun trim of' our summers are produced. , ' Asiatic cholera is produced by an an imal gorm. . It oamo first td t b i coun try in a ship, in June 1832. It first ,. ppourbd in Quebec, passed to Kontre ' l by the 14th, and was in New York " on the 25ihj no doubt, howevor, it ; was conveyed in the bodies t travel. era, for it can only be propagated in...

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. — 27 April 1866

S7k vol. r. DAI.LE8, OKI OON, FBinY. APRIL ST, lOVV. NO. OO. PUBLISIIEI) EVEliY HOMING, . . , ;,. ., (MONDAY KXUKrTltD,) UT'y' E. C. CO WIVE &J. SItLKOUA, t HDITOKS AMB fltOPUIKTOHH. ' r TcRMif TmntyiHvecenU pur week, payable to ttie carrier per month, by mail, $1; three mom In, $3 60; six mouths, to I uue year, td. Advertlseiueuta imorted at . , low rates. 1 ;,. Job Printing. Every description of plain uud fancy Job Printing exe nted with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per i'ijr to any part of the country. PajiiuHtJor Job I'riiU ' ing utt In mailt on dtlittry oj worn. Iraotlco.l Watchmaker, 2 TO And Dealer lu FI.E WATCHES A. JEW ELK Y, : DALIES, OREGON. ' ' ' Established 1857. BALDWIN BRO., DEALERS IN ' ' J';;; ; . " CHUN BR OK . . i- ' Main and Union Streets, Dalles. J.C. BALDWIN V ni'Jt-tf ' t. W. 1IAI,DW1N. J4JRNITURE ! FURNITUR . : DIEUL Atl & WENTZ. QWW'T( Q LOB It HOTEL BUILDING, , WSfrM Household Furniture, Uedsaud Bedsteads, UedUtig.Carui.at ic, etc., all o...

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. — 27 April 1866

paib llloitutaiiucr. FRIDAY MORJUJiG, APRIL 2T, 18(55. Tub Mint Again. liecont udvioos from Washington lead to the belief tlialt , ht U. ft Branch Mint will yet lie built at the Dallas. Tbo original hilt locating it at this point, and roak ing appropriation for its erection has not met with any successful opposi tion, and the difficulty of procuring fresh legislation upon matters of this nature, encourage the belief that tho law will stand s first passed, nnd thut the Branch Mint will bo built hero. Before, when this question was agin titted, the citizons of the D:tl!cs doedod to tbo Govern motvt a plat of ground on which to erect the necessary build1 iogs. Letters havo been received, nuking that a survey of it be made, and the title to it be properly proved up. This, we believe, has boon. done. We have always contended that tbo Dalles was the most available point for a mint it ono was to be established norlb of Sun Francisco; because, to locate it at Portland would be to take it an...

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. — 27 April 1866

Epitome of Telegraphic News. ' ; roxpiun raoa tui oauonuN. I DATKS TO APUIL . New York, April 21. Paul Atzoft, com missioner of Russia to tbe Western Union Telegraph Company, arrived in tbe steamer I'trtxa aud will proceed to Sin Francisco by tbe s earner of tbe first of May, there to join bu kloy's expedition. Dr. Kissel, deputy health officer, reports that the steamship Virginia, Capt. Powers, culled from Liverpool April 4th, and arrlvid in the lower bay April 18tb. No sickness appeared on board until April 13th. Three deaths occurred on the 14th, seven on the 15th, four on the 16th, eight on the 17ih, seven on the 18th, and seventeen on the 19th ; total, 40 ; of these, 44 were I'eerage passenger., two were of tbe crew : 20 pas conger aro sick ot the cholera J four are bad .' cases. The sick are being received on tbe . floatiag hospital steamer at the quarantine. New York, April 22. It is said the cholera is increasing on tbev steamer Virginia, at a fearful rate, thirty-three new ...

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. — 27 April 1866

bssassi Frozen to DkatW.' On tuo 1st inst., . ns private Stephen Ilulleck. Co. 1,'1bi wregon lniamry, was returning to l'ort iUamath from Kocue, reiver Vol liiv. ho became contused and lost so that ho wandered about until after night, when be became so exhausted . I 1. l ,.. I TJl . v uub no win unauiu vu reuun me run, althongt no was hot ft fourth of, a mile away. He hoard the bugle when t tttoo Bounded, and fired two shots from his revolver, but they were not Heeded, as the boys bad been Aprili looting eacb other an day. A est mor ning he was found. Though not quite ilofirl. ha died dnrinir the dav. from the effects of exposure Sentinel. Administrator's Notice k N APPLICATION HAVINQ BEEN 11118 DAY 1. made ty jr. V. Beis. administrator, lor no order to ni I the real property of Mr estate of M. li. Adanis, de ceased, for the purpose of paying lb0 webts of void estate Willi VAffriiBvn u' nuiiiiiii.viuuuu, i, in iriuuruu win. eiilil iiunllcatloii be heard on the drat Mommy of Mny, lbo...

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. — 28 April 1866

ca U sun VOL.. F VLLES, OREGrOTS, S ATT R DAY, APRIL f28, iOfl; ISO. 01. FUBLISIIED EVERY MORNING, , . , (UUMDAY8 KXOKPTKD,) BY ,' E. G. COWAG &. J. 1IALM)RA!V, EDITORS ANU PUOPItlKTOk. ' 'mtxn Tiur.Hji-fittemiU per week, payable to the carrier iur month, by mail, $1; three mouths, $2 60; six iMufithi, oue year, $8. Advertlsemeuts Inserted at low rates. - Job Printing. . Every description uf pi si a und fancy Job Prlntlngexe ted u-itli neatness und despatch, nitd forwarded as per ' . eflc'er toauy part uf the couutry. liymtiUJorJob frini rtio mutt ht mailt on delivery oj work. . .' Praotlcal Watolimiiker, And Dealer In IIVE WATCHES At. JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. ' Established X&C?. BALD WIN BRO., DEALERS IN ' CORNER OP Mala and Union Streets, Dalles. JVC. BALDWINJ mhtt-tf P. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE ! FURNITURE DIE11LA5I .fc WENTZ. yWNITU-, GLOBE HOTEL BUILDING, . TEJSPgr? Dalles City, have on baud a variety WA&ysi uousenoia Kurnuuro, homirncing Tames, unnirs, uureaus 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. — 28 April 1866

I ai m it S.lTUttDAY MOUSIXC." APRIL 28, 1858. .There jvill be an eclipse ol the moon on the 30th of this month. It will be visible horo. JiiVEBYBODY, including- uninamen, are loafing Virginia, Nevada, for Montana. Heap men go I . Yesterday morning the hills nbont the Dalles, wore whitu with snow. The weather at present is fluctuating. The Columbia river at this point is rapidly rising. Within the last two days it has risen about four oet. The 8-tearaor Sierra Aevadu is ex pected to arrive at Portland on Sun day night. . , Stow . Coach. We received last evening, the San Francisco Flag, by mail, dated March s,iM. Jsuuy tor tne daily overland mail ! rn i i.i. - m e n i1 tiT Y.f have employed 40 physicians to inppoet all parts of that city for sani L ready to leave for Idaho and Montana. IDAHO NEWS. , We take tho following items from the Idaho Statesman of April 19th and 21st: . Notice bas been received at Head. quarters of thin District' that tlireo companies of cavalry and two of in....

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. — 28 April 1866

omilamccr. T-' . - I I i-ibney Marital. Seir ia ;JiK'yi li'tii.......i 127 EpitiMi)! jti Telegraphic News. iti.klnglfAt . tfc.-, 1 ! iqV.df li ;f Silefktu resolution wliicli wi tioitot ''uWtijj;'. tho- l'rcsideut to cuu' inutamtV. ,jiiy rotulactpus entered inlo oi (rroppsi i, i U'ifion j lt tbu public debt, , Kiiwii-ji tlli"ft(iyi Toat:. 'Uun'clelli of . fi-nnsjlvaniiv, offered n reso lution wlii(!li'-iii' ixbjl(id, instructing tlie coinmi.tteo'.o'i'cummoii.'e to inquire what leg islatioii'is ii063:ry lo prevuut foreign Vea scls briujfijig hither' pussougers in undue proportion to their capacity, whereby cliol cni is likely,to b. iiitroduei'd. i , ' " The Speaker resume I a statement from the Siiucriuteudortt of im die buildings sin- tine tbitt be hud i-nu.oJ tile encutcncun of West Virginia au I Nevada, to be puiuted ou . the gla33 panels over the ba l of the House. The hill to secure 'be speedy construction . of 'the Union Pacific Railroad, mid linn guar uutee its bonds', wa: take...

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. — 28 April 1866

mill) Vy ; , KASTKltN . ISTO V S. Vaahington,' April 24. Among tlip docii Ttienu sfiut to tli HuDsa . to-dy on, Mexican iffira U the followinff Ititereslimg diploma" . ic cprrpsnouilcnrfi Drouyn de L' Huys inyt France went to Mexico to eXercise the right uf war which Is exerci.sed ty theuuited Stales, niid not in virtue ot uny purpose otlulerven . llou, concerning which she disagreed with the Uulieil niU"8. France. went there not to . prosecute hut to obtain reparations and gtinr- ' nntce, Being there, she sustain the Govenn- tu cut which is founded ou the consent of the jieople. y lie now wishes to recall what re uibim of itie army at a moment When the will be able to do it with safety to French citizens ami due tespect fjr l.orsslfV ' ' Seward replies Whatever the motives of .invasion, the means taueo for destrouug the .Republican institutions are regarded by the . Unite States as wiihout authority aud con trary to the will o( the people. Tlio military i.-ni uid of satisfaction se...

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