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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 29 April 1866

D NIM r; B aT B : . U ' 6 v: v.. -Gv vol. r. . TUliLlSUEU EVERY SlOttNING, E, G. COW A 12 & J. IIALI.OKAV kDII'llUS AND PHOHItlTUkti. 1HHHTtom(y-llvectnts iur week, payable to the currier pr muiitli, by jnuil, 41; tiireo muuths, 42 50; six tuiiutlm, 4t; oiio yuur, is. Aiivertl.Muauu luaerteti at tow rutus. ' . Job Printing. Kvery dencrlplitm of plain mid fancy Job Printing exe ' HtoU with miniiimtH uuU ilaripiitcli, luul forwarded m pw trfor tunny pttrt ul thu cmnty. tiytAtntjor Job rnt ing mutt Ot made m Uttivery tf work. V. . OOM.I, iV Praiitlcal Wutclinmkcr, ! Anil Dealer In jr Flt,E WATCHES k. JEWELRY, DALLKS, OREGON ) latxlllfclied ItslCr. BALDWIN BRO., . ' DEALERS IS ';'-'G-Xl.OClSIlI'"E!S ! , ' ' CMUNKIl OF Main and Union Streeln, Dalles. J.O. BALDWIN' nihgl-tf F. W. BALDWIN FURNITURE ! FURNITUR jiiattjA.-JSc. wJaisxz. HNITU. 0 1,011 K 1I0TKL MHLDINO, $ssfel3 Household Furniture, Hi' Sku" " Tablee, Chittra, llureaiit eVilr iledaaud Uedateade. Beddinir.CRrueh, 'to., 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. — 29 April 1866

SUNDAY MOKXIXG, APRIL 20, 1866. PnnM fTiHivnM City. Mr. Piure. 0ttlltlttltCCL Wells, Fargo & Co.V Mosson-rer, urs rived here yesterday: Tho troasure'box of Well, Fargo & Co., which was lost eorao timoHineo in the South Fork of tho John Dny, has been recovered about a mile below pronounced tho whole ,h 0 t.aoe wie,.e it was Iobi. Tho box ug. ' Wonder whore tho oonluill0(j $3i000 in ti the letter express llifeh water nt Canyon City,, line ' Tub gold mines of Central America liavo exploded, several miners having returnod and thing a buinb tho next excitement will turn up treasure, beside . Ex . Pit kb id k nt Buchanan is said to spend most of bin lime telling stories about tho grandeur of his ndminiHlrn. lion, Tho old publio functionary is evidently in his unocdotuj;o. . Religion Nolle. Cathouo Ciicbcu U.inilun aerrire: Mf, at 10J;J o'clock. Kveninir mi vice: Vuapera nnd lleiiediction, at Vi "Vlock. Sunday Bcltnnl nt 2 o'clock, p. in. iTM " FATHKIl IDIBI,EMAN, l'aator. Columbia...

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. — 29 April 1866

HIofcejr fflnrkot. Kew York ftuM Qinttntlons Sua Vciiiuiici) l.eiiU LWLir fAtea,..,',,.. Epitome of 'fTKr?iyUIc News- ...127 ..WA Isaac F. luxwn, 8an Francisco. C. 8. MlUIR, Dalle,. Button, April IWSftk'.Jrn'tl'i Etstiio t, llniiie. correspontitMitiny ?VV 8clioouer arrived frctni Portly inl,:".wtli ntins t'ur the Koninm, mid tlie Unittii 'SiutF Collector had iu.struoions from Wiishtiifctoit to seize tbem it' there iippenro lujs "iijf danger of the Fetii.tns uiitig thcniirjngthe f illow itig nijrtit, eiijtit citses weNJ u rrepti t iuu S'y removed from tint sc K)oflei yvlioruupoa the Collector seized 'lie b luime, numb ring 122 cases in all, 1,50 rifles of the Spr nglieitl or Enfield ptt er ., second bund, and removed them to Fort Sullivan lor safe keeping. Gen Men le arrived next day and approved the p-oceedinjii, and since tlieu all has been quiet on tho 1'asnniaquu 'dy. " New York, April Hd T' o Deputy Health Officer's report stio.vs but tliere has been 32 new cases n 'milted to th...

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. — 29 April 1866

CM) .vv '. aili) ffio'untainwr. , MONTANA. NKWS. .., . , From tue Montunu 'Post at 'March . Sl.t, wo iodeii88 the following : Aletter dated March 25th, from Mr. John Wliittick, of fipomono District, atalus that the depth of enow Iium pre vent t-d any great amount of prospect ', iug for 8DIUO tiino ijmot, hut Unit ho me men are locking utmut ihe conlli Hide of tbu hillM, now. ! Metwrb. Atinms, Mo, Kinstry & Go's mill will be in opera. ,tion early next week. ShiiflB i'oity foot in depth have hcun sunk on the ' aaniu, " Liberty, " Em iruiii" and " Pliila lelpliiu, " which prospect well. A letter from Door Lodge, dated Muroh 2Stl, comai-nH tho following matiieTs if iiitfrcHi to ilieconuuuniiy : " There in irat niuo news here or. iiiiw -ereat. Tliu wvaihor in tfns mid tho inow nearly gone ot tliiw valley At Blavkloot ttm mio w i Hlill deep, and verv Jillte ground in eiulit. Snovvi shoct) nro, mill in use; and 1 do not1 think that tennm rill be able to rutin Ophir, Wasbiogton, Jiffrre...

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

V vou failg llUuntaiiuw, PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, ) (MONDAYS KXOMPTSD,) BY E. b. COWIV E & J. IIALLORAlt?, EDtTOM ANO PR0PRHT0R3, tnntTietUy-fivtetnU per week, payable to the carrier i per month, by mull, fl; three months, (3 60; tlx wuntlii, AS; one year, $8. Advertisements Inserted at low rate. Job Printing. Kvery description of plain and fancy Job Printing tu rned with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per order to any part of the country. Payment Jor Job Print no mutt be made on delivery 0 work. IV. II. IWUKLASS. PrAOtlcal Watchmtikor, And Doaler In VIAE WATCHES & JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. Established ISG7V BALDWIN BRO., SEALERS IN OROCERIES! CORNER OF Main and Union Streets, Dalles. 3. a BALDWIN ' mhffl-tf F.W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE ! IURNITUH . JOIERLAM 6c ENTZ, aaN1TVk GLOBE HOTEL BOILDING, iiiiajiiiiwwe.ii. Tt-11-.rm., kiMMi..,)...!.. Household FariUure, embracing Tablet, Chain, Bureau 'itedsaudUedsteads.Beildinx.Carpeti site, etc., all of which will bo aold at low...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 1 May 1866

4 y TUESDAY MOttXING, MAT 1, 1860. Government Reform. Daring the A large number of good looking past year much needed reforms bavo young women are employed by the been introduced into the publio sen British Government as detectives to vice. The most important of these, ferret oat Fonianism has been the abolishing of the custom White is the Court Mourning iu of levying tribute upon all employes .Pans. ' ' ". of the Government for political pur There !s a famine at the Capo of poses. The system hasgrown op since Good Hope, Religious Notice. Cathouc Chobob Morning service : Mm, at 10'J O'clock. Evening service! Vesper and Benediction, at 7K o'clock. Similar School at 2 o'clock, p. m. ' tho days of Jackson, and the extent K ; ' ' I Meets evnrv Vrlrtnv MVAnlnir At 7 n cluck. In llikteii tO Which it Was Curriod during the last Hall, corner of Second and Court Streets, Brothers in few administrations amounted to little " "8 iDYitwi t0 at""ld- "y ord"- N-0 less than downright robbery. The w...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 1 May 1866

jotaitawecr . Jllouey Market. New York Quid Qunfcnflmis 137 .Sun Ffimcigy Lok.iT J Jndrr rates 79J.1C Epi TvleraDhlc News. -. v- ' Drtroii' .was uulo Milwaukie u barrel ot, tiug botii to Soiuo forty ji tea. ol whufu 1 i k J. IV ft 1 I8A10 F.Br.oca; ;' "i 8an Francisco. C. 8. Miuxa, ' ' Dalles. m APRIL, BO. A tlie eteauier Windtor ight ut the Detroit and ; lu'o'clo k this evening, i Exploded on board, Bot- ihe hud depot on lire. sajris rcro on board tlie boat, '9 knowrf to be drowned. The steamer. Hunted jlown tuo rtrcamaud was to tally conjumdt. TboJl e destroyed both tho passenger an I freight depots, n loaded train it'id all the oiliuea of the Company. The loss is estimated at half a million dollars. It is feared many lives have been lost. Nashville. April 2d. Cve Johnson made an elubonto speech to-day, arguing his right to be admitted to a teat in the btulo benale, bis partieipaiion in the rebellion, to the con trary notwiths andiug ; after which the Sen ate udopto.1 n resolution...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 1 May 1866

Tbe, Hon Henry A. Wiso delivered an address a few evenings ago, before tbe Richmond Blues, u military com puny wbic'u has been reorganized in that city- Tbe following sketch of u onion of his nddreim is lrom the icbmond Jtcpublici ' He paid be had surrendered in joodaith and was a paroled prisoner of war; but that, being ubove tbe rank of colonel, . bo could not apply (or pardon without taking a test outh, and tbat bo could not do. He advis ed Ine young men who beard birn to let their surrender be likewise in good faith. Their dttty was to endeavor to reinstate our beloved common wealth in her former grand uer and glory. Talk not of leaving ber; she is still the most delightful and dearest pop tion of all earth. lie warned them not to encourago any thought of es- ttblisbing a seperatu government. If theY fought again they muBt fight un der the ' stars ' and 1 stripes. ' It was bis flag; iiiwas their nag. lie said when more tban four thousand miles from home tbat flag was tbo shelter...

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. — 2 May 1866

xja. B an vol.. r. ..uId Unirtainccr, PUBLISUEJ) EVERY MORNING, . ' . v (MIINIMVi aWO-tTKU, ' BY . E. G. L'OWAE &. J. II 4 LI. OK A, ' ' l""'''0K8 AHU PHOlMIUTOk!'. K kxm, Ttoenty-AvtctnU per week, payable tu thecarrler pur month, by mail. $1; three month. 2 40; aix wuntha, tit; ouo your, AS. AdvertlMiweule iuaerled at ' low ratoe. Job Printing. Every description of plniu iimt fancy Job Printing exe - Bird witti neKCiiujM and denputcli, aud forwnrded as per w'er to any part ol Km country. liynicntJor Jvli ltnl ing matt 6c made ok delivery J mrk, , w. if. dum. i, as!" Practicul Wutcliiuulcor, And Dealer la riE WATCHES &. JEWELRY, I TJ.ES, OREGON. Established ISGV. 13 A.ii vTrsr dr.o., DEALERS IN i&lROCERIES! w CORNER OK Main and Union Streets, Dalles. r-i. C. BALDWIN niTll-tf P. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE ! TURNITU . DIKIILAM Ac WEISTZ. JflMlTUl 0I.01IK HOTEL BUILDING,' lBgBJjr Dalle City, l:ae on liau J a variety Household Furniture, ; vjL embracing Tablea, Chuire, Hiireaui a...

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. — 2 May 1866

SET-4.- WEDSKSD1T, HOUNINfi, JMAI St, 1800.' 1 t i i i i i i " Fivi j, thousand i new, houses Umve been erected at Memphis, Tenn.,dur ing tho punt year,. , ' .. ,' C '-'''v Pinto Chask, of Milton, Conn., who has taken no nourishment but whisky body thiuk of ill Freight from Sun IDAHO NEWS. ', , Wo take the following items from the Owyhee Avalanche, of the 21st ult : The California Steam .Navigation Company, and the Pucifio .Railroad Company are carrying11 Idaho freight free ofcliartji to tho '.present terminus of tho railroad. The Tea-msiers' As sociation have taken freight at 14 cenls'per pound for carriage to this country. Merchants, millnion, every io. l00 MAIN STREET, DALLES. as a State. Grant Hook at. Ladder CoRegular Meeting tills KVENINU, at 7J$o cluck. . By order. fe ll. L. CIIAPIX, Sec. . Religion Notice. .V '" Cathoup Cnuncn Mornlne service : . Mas", at. 10 o'clock. Evening sei lcn; Vespers anil Benediction, at Vi o'clock. Sunday School at 2 o'clock, p. 111. aildtf Columbi...

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. — 2 May 1866

liug P. IlLoca, i : , San fraucieco. C. 8. Minn. . ., . v Dalles. 1 Money Market. ' New Turk Ould Quotations Sau Fnanclaco Legal lender ratee. r... Epitome of Telegraphic . OOVF1LKD rnoH TUI ORnaoMtK. News. , . DA.TtS$ TO APKIli !10. , WaMngton, April 28. I'be president tins pardoned John T. Mouroe, mayor elect of Hew urleaus. : - I , . The presence of nearly all the Senntos n l Representatives wliu support the Presi dent, iv t tlie .While House Ual evening excites ; . remark. r , ' ' ., i . There seetni to ben misapprehension itbont the tax bill mid t id now stated lis against the , reduction ou . certain articles. Tbo change ou rates ot"ot -erj will increase ti.e ' , ,rrcgitlo product of internal revenue nearly 00,ou0,0U0. It is estimated Unit tbe eottoj UX iilotie will react! $3,21) i,0 0 additional Blbch, Miller & Co., W-J,;-- vHOLESALE . r -err -t" cj Mi : jr JUL ;v JU i3 I -. I' ' ....... " , , .. AND DEALKRB IN" ; ; Wines & Liqviors, 1 And Importers and Jobber! of ; 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. — 2 May 1866

ailn fflountanucr; . " P. Benson, Sr." A vciy clever and atnuHintr tortefiioiideni vtritt-tt over i iial pigiirtt tire to the Song JUcsseA cerotheAortk West, publilioil mniah ly at Oliicngo, 111. , hy Hoot & Cudy; and wtiicli costs only 50 cent u yeur From ono of Iris recent leiteis we clip toe following: " llinir is noil to bo u room or ot u report lieer tlmi jel. davis is goin era) ly. I rihood think ho dot tA trt irnVKV nt" nriv rttliut iriini u-litrl, - e" j v .. - wood iilnieo It in w attic by wmi'iiii; our clotlit'H, IfHvin hr with hnrdly inul to jirouci ncr irum ihe mcii iiu-niiy ot theeuhx btrioiiH bri'iiees of llio leiirct mi minor Dir. She mile hcv eny cot n oold or u lew tcctlmclie, or if xho wan Incliciied tlml way tdio mito hcv col berdelli ol iiliilibliisio. Tho other day i met u erring mith- orn broihering and sic I to li.m, 1 ro. marked, " How du you do 1"' He wan pcroiEii g a iinoHcpuprr ai d he looked up at mo with 1 i, wliiUt ilie uthercn linyoud to reed, and ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 3 May 1866

DALLES, OUKGeON, THTTBSn AY,' M AY 3. 1JO. NO. os. voti. r. ountaittetr, PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, ;-. . I,.: ' (HOIDiVI BXOBPTID,) BY ' ' K.C. COWNE & J. UAL LOR AW) 't- '" '''' tOirOU AUD PBOPUIJITOBl". 1'iHxa lWttf-MMite per week, p . able to thecrrler ' per mouth, by Mil, $1; three months, PW; tlx months, $6; one jeer, FS. Adveitlaemeuts Inserted M low rales. ' Job Fritting. Kvery description of plain and hnoy Job Printing exe '' uted with neatness and despatch, and forwarded M per order tuna part of the country. imenCyoroiiYiitf i; auut es made on oWioerjr ay tser. " W. IB. IIOUISIiASS.. I?ra?tlctil Watchmuker, Awl Dealer la 1'I.VE WATCHES A. JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. XSatabliahecl 1857. BALDWIN BRO,, DEALERS IN s. GROCERIES! CORNER Of Mala aad Union Streets, Dalles. frp.SM.BWIN , mh21-tf F. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE ! FURNITTJ i DIERX.A3I & WENTZ, ) ' OLORS HOTEL BUILDING, Dalle City, have un band a Tariety I tl Household farnltire, t 73 .... iT I embracing Tablet, Chain, Bu...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 3 May 1866

L3 THUSBDAY MOKXIXO," MAT 8, I860. TUB TIME HAS COME. , We publish this morning a letter addressed to Mr. C. S. Millor, of this city, from Mr. Morehead, Secretary of the Grant County Protective Associa tion, which deserves the serious con sideration of every business man in this town. As stated by ns heretofore, the people of Grant Connty have on ganized this association, for self pro tection from the marauding bands of Indians that infest the John Day coun try, and who have thus far retarded r.he development of its mineral wealth. The Association has adopted a Con stitution, the preamble Of which sets forth that " the depredations of tbo In dians aro daily becoming bolder, threatening to interrupt and eventu. ally destroy our communication with tbo Dalles, thus causing an advunco in the price of all tho necessaries oi life, bpsides placing the lives and prop erty of our citizens in great danger." The preamble further Buys that " the Mass meetings vf Germans are be ing held in New Y...

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

C3) ' , i i, ' Money Jlla-rket. St York fluid Qnotatlone , tian Francisco Legal Tender rates ....127 WA LETTER FHOII CANYON CITY. , Cakvos City, April 24tU, 1806. ; C. S. Mulish, Esq.: At ft meeting of the " Grunt County Mutual Protection Associa tion," hold at the Court House iu Canyon City, on Sunday evening, April 22(1, 1806, It was ordered that the Secretary forward you copy of the Constitution and By-Laws of said society, that it might be used by yon in soliciting subscriptions of the citizens of the Dalle, for the benefit of said society. The object of said society is to rid the ' community of the savages who now W-'St . Our borders, and threaten to cutoff coinmu , uication" wftl) ilie Dalles. It is proposed by said society to raise sufficient means to ef- ,.' fcctually accomplish this object; and it is i necessary to offer such inducements' to pnr--.' tics who would engage in the tmpC, its, to insure success.. AV have , been . .troubled with Indians since, this place came Int...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 3 May 1866

' ' The editor of tbe Salt LakV Vedette haa received a letter wrkteo in blood or red ink-which reads fttf SkeJad loo. It Is tbe " red hand " of the Di's- . ; ft I . i . I . Hassination. I he editor is not much Inglitoned by the order, butBays: tit II I - I f .1 a - A - HOII, HD Blll.ll KVVJ MIVJ UUvUwsUV and leave oar readtors tojuaVe wbetb er we are much frightened. 1 IT these .miserable hound, and f cut throats 'think they can intimidate the Vedette, .why they aro simply mistaken we have spoken plainly in the past,' and ve shall Bpealc still more plainly in the future, holding ourselves accountable . laws of the land. " r i ; ; ; i ed another warning, of which be says : VSTa fttnn thai nMai ri (viva nlaoA ffn l.ha following: M Now, " as the lark said to the young ones, " It ts time tor us to I I If UT. I J 1 L. u U,t ... hand, " and the . skedadlee "of. the ', other, warnings' bat the following go is us. J ust count us oat r Salt Lakk City; April 9th,1866. . ... Mb Editor Vidbtte:...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 4 May 1866

imi iliai'iifcii ilitilif I'T'iiTinftir'"!) 1 liiiiilili'ilii lniaWl liTl vol. r. DALLE8, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY -A. 1806. NO. OO. , PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, ' (MONDAYS KXGKPTID,) BT, . .; ' ." : . ' JE. G. COHKE & J. HALLORAW, " " KDITOUS AMD' PKOPBIKTOKS. iTgRMSrioeMcyn're cents per week, payable to the carrier . iiur mouth, by mull, tl; three months, M50; tlx ' months, tt; oueyeor, $8. Advartiseineute ituorted at low ratee. Job Printing. Rrery description of plain luid fancy Ink Printing exe ' mud Willi loatnes and despatch, and forwarded no per order tunny part of the oouutry. Moment Jor Jvb lriitt tmj Mint be made on deliverj ! work. Practical Watokmuker, ; And Dealer In FINE WATCHES & JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON; . : Established ISS7. BALDWIN BRO., '.' ' ' ; ' DEALERS in ; "' GiROCERIES ! CORNER OF Slain and Vnlou Streets, Dalles. J.C. BALDWIN mli21-tf P. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE ! FURNITURE DIERLAM & WEWTZ, z J " 1 T m : GLOBE HOTEL BUILDING. J ' nRmm? Tim i ... r.i . .. 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. — 4 May 1866

toils FUID.IY 3I0KXIXG, MAI i, ISC. .Tns Union County Convention. The Uniin County Convention wil.1 meet at tho Coart House to-morrow for tbe purpose of making nomina tions to fill tbe Various county offices. The steamer Yakima will leave The success of the Union party in this Celilo tomorrow morning for White county will greatly depend upon tho Bluff. ; men put forth by tho convention. TnK revenue on the manufacture of -Lot tbe delegates look to this matter, matches during tbe past year amount ttnd see that good men are put in the ed to 53,450,000. The O. S. N. Company advertise Ibis morning to carry flour" to the towns on the upper Columbia at re duced rates. t field nion who are not objectionable to the voters bn accounl ot any pre. vious transaction in which they may havo committed themselves. Partic ularly do we desire to soo men nomi nated for tho Legislature who are RcllgloHi Notice'. ' Ctiiou(! CnunrH Jlnrulns aorvlre: Mmp, nt 10JJ oYliK.lt. F.venlng eetvlce: Vespers ami ite...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 4 May 1866

.VI 5t tin Epitome of TelegraphlcewsT I' COMHUD FROM THE OIlKdONIAK. Chicago, April 30. About three o'clock yesterday morning six burdens entered the residence of Cashier Harrison, of the No tional Bank, nt Cadiz, Uhio, bound nnd gag. ired the cashier, and compelled him and his wife to deliver up the keys of the bank safe l'roccodinjr thence to tue bank i hey effected mi entrauue and robbed the bank of $3UU,0u0 in U. S. bonds, and $5,000 in deposits. After locking the watchman in: lie, they made good their escape on a baud cur, after vu.ling the telegraph wires. WatU'mgton, April 30. The State Depirt meat yesterday received positive advices to the effect that the difficulty between Prussia and Austria will find n peaceable solu' ion . The report comes from the highest author ity in tn e French capital. Senator Morrill's bill dissolving the pres ent municipal government of Washington, and substituting a board of commissioners, will probably be reported lu the Senate this week. A sign...

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

Thb Gdekilla Qcantbkll. Tho'&rreatof a man, supposed to be (lie uoied guerilla Quan- .irell, io flew York (Jny, or. or about the lotb ,! Miirch,' hng beet) Hi ready noticed. '; It seems .' that tlie police rnceircd inlormalion Hint the - suspected person wai llvinp; in a house tap town under the name ot Hamilton ; and npon receiving authority for his arrest trom Wasu ington, the officers proceeded to (he house nnd learned that the person known as Hamil ton wai nl dinner. The tervaut was told to request liim to come down as a gentleman wished to see him. The. supposed guerrilla complied, when be was taken Inio custody. The baggage, of I lie prisoner was searched, mid a number of important documents and litters discovered. They were tubpe quenily forwarded to the War Departments The pris oner asked why he was arrested, and upon heirig informed that he was suspected to be tlie guerrilla QmntiolI, he replied that it was a mistake ; that he was not the man. 1 He confessed having been...

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