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

Civ vol. r. O VLLES, ORKGON, StJDAY, MAY . 100. PUBLIS1IEU EVERY MORNING, ' (MONDAYS KXOKPTaU,) BT E. C. COWSE &. J, IIALLORAX, KDITOHS AND PHOFUIKTOlts. 1'krms Twenty-five cents per week, puyable to the carrier per month, by mail, $L; throe months, $2 60; six months, to j ouiiyear, $8. AdvertUeuieuu Inserted at low rates. ': Job Printing. Every description of plain and runcy Job Printing exe uted with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per ener to any parr of the country. I'uijaieiitJ or Job Print itijjr mutt be made on delivery oj work. . . . . V. It. IlOM.LAlVV - Practical Watcliinulcor, And Dealer In FIXE WATCHES A. JEWELRY, 5 -DALLES, OflEOON. Established 1857. BALDWIN BRO., DEALERS IN . Groceries i , ... , CORNER OF Main and Union Streets, Dalles. "V'J. C BALDWIN jn'i21-tf ' F.W. BALDWIN. . EURNITURE! , FURNITURE ' OIERLAM & WENTZ. tatt.ftN'TU., GLOBE nOTEL BUILDING, Household Furniture, embracing Tablet, Chairs, Bureitm Beds and Bedsteads. Bedding, Oarpeta 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. — 6 May 1866

oiiutaiiucL SUVDVV MOIIXI.YO, Mil , 1888. .. What has become of that pic ore? Are we t;olng to have it' ? UWl all speak at once. . Gov. Gibbs nod Col. Hawkins announce that they wit nd'lress tbecitizensof the Dulles oa Sitnrdajr, June 2rL ' .. Tas Yreka Jonrnal shows that all is not humbug that bears the name, for the miners on Humbug CreekrSilyjou county, are very numerous, busy, anai rosperous. Pub. Docs. We are tinder obligation to Hon. R. IX Ifolbrook, Ile-gato from Idaho, )'of many public documents, by yesterday's wall. ' ' Tiik celebrated tragedian, Edwin Forrest, nit arrlred In San Fjanciseo. It is expected that he' will'rislt this State before his return Kant. '''.. fat Government Commissioners bnve ex- amined'aod' accepted the second section of tate Union Pacific Railroad. This track is now being laid at tbe rate of a mile a day. , Ova friend1, Mnj Bartthart, of tbe Umatilla Keserratron, arrived from below Inst eve ning. The Sfsjor think be will remain here omit Tuesday mor...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 6 May 1866

CNIO COUNT CONVENTION. The Waaco Coiin'y Convention met at the Court IIoiinB yesterday pursuant to adjourn ment, and was called to order by Hon. J. O. Wilson, President. A committee of live wits . Appointed on resolutions, who reported the fallowing, which were unanimously adopted : Jiaolved, That tve do hereby affirm and hen.-iily endorse the resolutions adopted by tn Union State Convention. .. Jienotved, That we condemn the total dis regard of the Interests of the pool 01 this ami the adjoining county of Grunt, by the tutborities of this Military Division, in oen Itititing to furnish protection to the g eat thoroughfare from Dalles City; Oregon, to Owyhee, Idaho Territory. Uenalotd, That we hereby request our del- . elation in Congress to use their influence with the Wat Department, and the Lieut. General commanding the armies of the United States to furnish the uece-saiy pro tection needed by our peop o for the safety oi their lives and property much property nnd many valuable li...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 6 May 1866

. Size or ths Ark. Infidels havo ob , jectod to thosieo of Ibo urk.-have ass aortod that it 5s quite absurd to sup pose tbattver ttoete could bo, a vessel constructed large hougli to hold nil iho creaiuros which mtiBt have toeon placodinit, with sufficient food, it rtiiiy oe fornix or twelve montbs, waier, for tish, corn for the four footed nnimulu, need for the birds, and so on. Now wo - will take the dimensions of the ark . from the rocord of Moses, and calcu late thorn on the lowest possible scale, O.I1UIV KIO twu uuuiiibiuiin ivcil tun cqdii: one that it is eighteen Miches . We will take it only at the lowest. Mosos states that the ark was Ibreo hundred cubits long j this would make it four hundred and mty feot long, or about the length of St. Paul's Cuthe. drill, London,. The breadth, ho states r. k frnttn Atitiftat n. k lkAn 1 . ...... I noventyfive ' feet in breadth. He "btates it to be thirty cubits high, so tnatij was torty.tivo icet in tieigbt. Tho tonnage of, tbo ark acco...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 8 May 1866

en TBrn, stem fv.i w in'-.' mi V"iS.n;? 1 v j. vrs v. . vol. r. D VLLES.ORGON, TUlfiSnAY, jiaV tsoo. ivb. bo. 0 7 s v PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, . . (MONDAYS EXCEPTED,) BY E. G. COWNE & J. UAL LOR AST, ' EDITORS ASP PBOPRIETOUS. Terms Twenty-fietcentt per waek, payable to the carrier per month, by mull, (1; three month, fci&Oi aix lutintha, H; one year, $8. Advertisements inserted at ... low rate. Job Printing, ' Kvnrv flaarrlntlnn if nlitin ud fknttv Jrth Printing vn- nted with, aentnees and despatch, aid forwarded ae per order tunny part of the country. Puynunt Jr Jolt l'rint ing mwt in made on dtlivcry q Vmrk. W. It. IHM i.L lSS. Practical Watclunukor, And Dealer lu II A E WATCHES &. JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. ISstablislkcd 1857. BALDWIN 33,TtO., "'; DEALERS IS OROCBRIES ! CORNER OF Main and Union Streets, Dalles. J. C. BALDWIN mh'Jl-tf F. W. BALDWIN. 'FURNITURE! , FURNITURE DIEKLA3I & WliNTZ. N IjTWT . GLORB nOTKL BUILDING, -; Vjl"1'"""""? Dalles City, have, on hand ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 8 May 1866

f2) Sail)) itkuiuanuct. TUESDAY MOKNING.MAY 8, 1808. J. The Democratic County Convention met i'estcrday nnd raado nominations for County officers;, but we havo been unable to obtain ;he names or tho candidates or a copy of the jiroccedings of tlio Convention. : Speakino. Gen. llumnson and Col. Gates nddrossed a crowd of citizens in front of the "Mount Hood Saloon'.' last night, on the issues of the day.-':.' A large bonfire was built in the street, and our democratic friends seemed to enjoy themselves generally. Grant County Union Nominations. Tho I'nion Convention of Grant County niet at Canyon City, on May 1st. All the precincts were represented. The following are the nominations for county officers : For Sena tor, L 0. Sterns ; for Representatives, T. II. Brents and M. M. Mckean; for Clerk, A. II, Morehead ; for County Judge, Fcrd. Adams ; for County Commissioners, I. II. Wood nnd Ilobt. Husband ; for Sheriff, M. V. Berry j lor Treasurer, V, C. Sols ; for Coroner, l)r. J. limner ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 8 May 1866

. ... C.J Sail)) itatatuccri Epitome of Tclcsrnplitc News.: rcoxpiiui won. tta enaoxia. ' ' DATK8 TO MAY 4. ' Witthington, Slny 3. Congressman Eldridge IjoiuU tbat there is to be a gencnil swocpt- g among oilice holders wlio d not-sajiport the Vrosidont's policy. - . . - , Ool. Florence1, of the National Union closed follows: These men had belter beware. They j Congress, us uro no a loyal Congress, hut an unconstitu tional body of usurpers. . 1 he country teels tbat the great error of the Piesident wai in ever recognizing them at all in their sclfc-im-iiorant rump condition. A little reuollion isin is just the thing needed now, and there itre two hundred tlmi'sand democrats north, who would back lhat kind of pluck with good relish. Tiin statement of the public debt on Mny , 1st, shows a reduction of $15,950,074. The v Department has issued an order that here after civilians shall not be tried by military , courts, where proper civil tribunals are in existence. The order does notappl...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 8 May 1866

nmtmttt. Railroad Incident. Railroad men In tho -discharge 'oftbeir duties often exporioncoTich things which seldom become public. Wo will ' give one 'case., One of that class of iudividu als who are always "dead broke" had occasion to go to Columbus one day last week, and made up his mind oa a preliminary, that he would travel on his good looks. Having thus de cided, he took a seat in the splendid saloon cars of the Central Ohio Ilaih road, putting on as many airs as if be had a pocket full of " rouus," The train bad nearly reached Claypooi's, betoro the Conductor, whom wo call Jones had reached our deud-hcad friend in his round of collating tickets iinri fnrA v ' Tour ticket, ifyoa please) Baid th Conductor. ' Haven,t any,' said dead head. Where aro you going? inquired .Jbe Conductor. , , ' Columbus, replied deadherd. 1 $2 10,' said Jones. ; Haven't nary stamp, ' remarked our dead head acquaintace. You must pay your fare, or got off tho train, ' said the Conductor. Stop her, '. qu...

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. — 9 May 1866

vol.. r. DALLES, OREGON, WEDAlSSDAY. MAY ' no. rb. Jlailgpountranr, PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS KXOKPTID,) BT ; , ' 12. G. COWNE & J. IIALLORAN, IDIT0113 AND PB0PWET0R8. ' l'muM Twrntf-JlmanU per weak, payable to the carrier per inontli, liy mail, 1; three months, $2 to; tlx months, ft j one year, IS. Adverthremente Inserted at tow rule. Job Printing. Every description nr plnln and lancy Job Printing exe ,uteil with neatness and despatch, and forwarded a" pgr order to an J part of tlie cuuutry. Ihiymenljor Jobirint in; mutt 0 mads an dttivtrt t work, i w. n. Douglass, Practical Watchmuker, And Dealer FIXE WATCHES A. JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. , Xstnblltelietl ItdS?. BALDWIN BXtO., v , DEALKR8 IN , GROCERIES! corner or Slain and tnion Streets, Dalles. J, C. BALDWIN) Hihai-tf I?. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE ! FURNITURE DIEHLAM &, WENTZ, WITU' OI.0DK IIOTEL BUILDING, Household Furniture, embracing Tables, Chain, Bnreaul Bodsa'lid Bedsteads, BeddlnK.Carnet'i 'kto ate., all of whlo...

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. — 9 May 1866

I 1 1 5 A WKDXE3DAT M08SIS0, HAT 81806. Gi!nihl3tkqb' headquarters "are ordered to Portland. .. 'v y - i: ' ',' jjj J Rtoawbsrries four and five inches in cir cumference,re ool very uncommon in MaryS ville, Cal. ' t Is estimated that eighteen thousand ..elephants are yearly killed to supply Shef field, England, alone with ivory. , , ' -IT .1 Pkrsonai.. Mr. w".,Q. Holman, an old rest' lnt or the Dulles, returned from the Eal on 1 . Monday night, where be bad spent the winter Spiakwq, The Congressional candidates . will address the people of the Dulles this evening at 7 o'clock, at Cbapin'i Hall. Turn out, everybody I. "' -.ii ; ; 'v The Catholics are making preparations to praudly celebrate the eighteen hundredth an- niversary of the martyrdom of St. Peter, on the 29th of June. Thi Appeal, always assiduous toward the - commercial interests of Marysville, says that nearly every man and woman Id the city own 11 dog, or two dows. . . Ii) Virginia City, a company of forty Clitna tneu hav...

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. — 9 May 1866

Epitome of Telegraphic News. fOOMMLID MOM TBI 6ataO!IM. San Franciico, May 7. Th6 eastern line is (till down beyond Salt Lake ; no eastern news received to day. E. A. Swain, one of tho Salvador pirates, has been pardoned by 'resident Johnson. He was released front the Penitentiary on Saturday. Xem H'eslminiiter, May 7. Latest news from Big Bend mines Is to the 1st inst. New d'jtgings have been struck on Clements (Truck. Nine dollars to the pau have been taken out. The snow is too soft on the mountains yet for packing with animals, and Indians had to be got to pack freight at Oil cents per pound. Great reduction In prices of provision! at the head of the lake in con reqence, and large amounts are arriving which it is impossible to get packed into tho mines. . Flour at Seymour, is worth 16 ceots, in the mines, 4Uo. Building Is going on l iskly at Seymour. Fourteen boats ar- mrrnA t U n P.. 1 ... t. ', .. ....... I 4 - ... I tl. . vu U l lUUUVIHlUUII IU VUD unJ I 1 L 11 men and provisi...

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. — 9 May 1866

urn jpilg Mountaineer; JLRB WK PUIBND8, Ott ARB WE FOBS ,,',. Are w friends or are we foul I " j , ' ' North emd South the aueetlon Koee' ' ' . Cell me bow the moral tends; " ' 1 , tttandlng In our garb ot blood, ' , ; .t )n the soil wlwe freemen stood, . We, the question, aak ol thoee . ' 7 Who woarld grind us 'math their feet, . i, "" '' Are wo friend or are we foea 1 Y.; ia the brotherhood complete? ' " Ry the blood that fell like ralu ' ' '' , -,t 0u Manassas trampled tilalu t "'. , ' By the inein'ry cherished allll , ' ' " , Ofour dead at Malvern Hill ; , ' , Hy that hero bones which sleep In the vallty, calm and djp; Uv our flair, now laid to rmtt. .'J ilA Typing all our Mteer woes, - ' . And by every nobler test We woo Id bo ne longer foe. ' We bare known a torUnng hour, We ham felt the weight of power ; Felt tbe blow which dunked the cup f i Aa we held ft trembling up; . ' . Ours haa been tire fete which drawl Mourners ronnd a conquered cause J Miwlly aa we nay have fought, ...

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

s'o. Vi. vol,, r. DALLES, ORKGON, THURSDAY. MAY lO, 1800, PUBLISH E 1) EVERT MORNING, (MONDAYS BXOEPTBD,) BT , E. G. CO WIVE & J. IIALLORA1V, ' KM TO Hi AND PROPBIITOBI. ' ' TeaNS Twenty-foe etn par weak, payable to the carrier per month, by mail, Hi three months, W60; tlx " mouths, $A ; oaa year, IS. Advertisement Inaerted at lowjate. , . ,;. i Job Printing. '"' , Rvery description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe nted wltli neatnees and despatch, and forwarded a per -order to any part of t he cou ntry. Payment Jot Job Print tag mutt Be mad on aeuvtrg ay war. . ;t IV. II. DO Hi I, ASS. Practical Watchmaker, And Dealer In . FUSE WATCHES JEWELRY, -DALLES, OREGON. ' BALDWIN jBTHO., DEALERS IN GROCERIES! , ' CORNER Of ' ' : ' - Main and Union Streets, Dalles. 3. C. BALDWIN . , mh.l-tf (F, W. BALDWIN. , ETJRNITTJRE ! FURNITURE J V " .. a- i u iivu n dvi nu uvwwinui h mi r aa. 'vnr ad ti TviBnr ntut ttiui f Household Fornltare. 1 C v embracing Table, Chain, Bareani alii n Beds and...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 10 May 1866

rw r . .it, i TUVRSD.IT M0MI.V6, HAT 10,' 1866. Judob Oilbi, (Maryland, bin decided tbat the military parole of a rtbel officer does not exempt him from civil process upon charge of treason. Ox the 2d Inst, a man named Jucob Ottr wiis severely Injured by falling from a build ing upon which ho wa at work, at Turn "Wttter," W. X ' - - ' ' :' Thomas Smitu, who wim tried and convicted dt the last torm of the Circuit Court fur Linn ' co'uaiy, for the nmrdei of bW bfpther and wife, will be bung to-duy at Aldflny. , . . . TiiKun &r now 93- Generals in- tbo array rolls, besfdei two or the retired lief; one Lieutenant GenecaVr fire Major. Generals of itcjtulars-, tweny six Major Generals of Vol unteers, twelve Brigadier Genorals of Rejju litrs, and foty of Volunteers. It Is observed in New York that since the commencement of. tbe earr the prices of do meatio Mid foreign1 manufacture have fullen twenty-Bve o thirty per cent. A good miwy " articles of cotton good, have Ua at least iifty pe...

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

Epitome of Telegraphic News. 1 COMPILED FROM THJG OBIQONIAN. ' Sun Francuco, Muv 8 The eastern line is tilt out of order beyond Suit Lake. ' .' A meeting held lust eveuiufj to nrgnnixe a veteran corps composed ot the offioers and and soldiers residing- on this coast, who have seen service in the late war, resulted in the uppoiutinent of a committee Id wait upon the State military commission to ascertain if the rorps can be equipped at the expense of the K'ale. Forty persons signed the roll of mem bership, and a committee ot seven was ap pointed to obtain the signature of all veterans on this coast, irrespective of the States front which they eutered lbe fervice. ';''' qlo the county court yesterday, Dr. J. Grant, one or the Inaers by the Kius House robbery, . tvpplled to the court to; have the money re ; ruilded to him whth he'depoited in the safe, and which whs stolen hy Mills. It transpired that $8,000 in coii, besides a lot ot bonds, iu which Or, Grant claimed no interest, had be...

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

-ry CHI, - fflatln ppntaiittcr; .Th MussEtrSWiiii , , Boadb.- We liftHten to lay before pur readers some adcMl'ioD&l facts connected with these important lines of commoniontfon with tbo fiver and the East. . Messrs. ' !Langford and Vivion hove "just re turned after a thorough survey of the line from Helena to Muscle-Shell, "Going up WhiteWuVch, the party fol ' lowed on through the hills for lour days, locating the track. The pass over the Belt range is very easy. There is a gradual rise of nine miles, 'ind no hill to prevent sijc yoke of or vlinary cattle from drawing 6,000 pounds across the divide, withont doubling. It is not more' than, sixty miles from Helenat-o the head waters of the Muscle. Sholl, and from the sum rait of the ranpe, the vrood-ed hill, over the oapital of Edgerton, and the direc tion of the MuBclo-Shellaie both Wis iblo. The road, at its greatest point f elevation, does not deflect 1 mile from an air line. There is a good company ferry' oyer the Missouri. Al...

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. — 12 May 1866

; , j , i. ; . 'A " ' ::'. - -i't . ; i i'i i I j . i u , ... v V : V- til ' i : !.-. i-J ik. , . . ? . if k : VMS TV vol. r. E VtLES, PRECOX. SATUROAT. MAY. IS. InOO. no. va. V I'tULISilEl) EVERY MORNING, E. G. COUW t & JIJAM-ORAIV, t K Wl'tlliS ANI PltO.'KllCTUlU'. ? : TifHUi Tivf.Htj'Jivecentu per week, payable to the carrier ypvr muiitli. by mail, l; three iiiuiiiiiih WW; six wuntlitf. $6; ouo year. $8. AUvertUwu inserted at luw num. . ". Job Printing. Kvery lleicrtptlon uf phiiu and iiuicy Job Printing exe a tod witli neatmuM ut id Uertp;itolit ami forwarded hi per ori'r tunny piirt it! the country, J'uymctU jorJob iVtftt inn mutt I mud on delivery work. V. If. DWl t.Ll . 'PrutJtloul ' Wutchmiiker, .." Anil Dealer In FIXE WATCHES Ac JEWELRY, V" ' ' : DAlt.KS, OKEOOlt ' ' . BALDVVliv BRO., DEALERS IN Olio C ! .-..! ,1 : CURS Kit OF - ' Main and Union Streets, Dalles. ' J.O. BALDWIN ni'iil-tf F. W. BALDWIN. EURNITURE ! EURNITTJkE XIl:itIL.A.M WENTZ, ,0"IT. QLOBK: HOTEL U01LDI...

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 May 1866

D aHf IPoIutiiiiccr. 8AWR0AY-MORNING. A AT 12, 18B0. Thi materia! for a G'errpjtii paper to be printed at Portland, arrived' on the Orizaba. Tin Columbia river at tbis point is rapid ly risinjr. Company 'B," 14th U S. Infan ry, arrived on her last evening, n route to Fort Bo se. A som pf Mr. Ho n, residing in Sou born Oregon; aged sixteen mon bs, swallowed a uraatl quantf 7 of ley, and died from the ef fects of it. . Tui number of children in the State of New York between the ages of five and twenty-one years, as reported by actual enumera tion and' careful estimation, is 1,398,759) and of this number 910,017 liae attended the common schools during the year, the av erage being more than one-third of this number., ' Wi learn by stage lust night, says the Idaho Stxlttnan, that a man by the name of Austin oame to his- oath yesterday at Samp, son's mill, by falling -upon tbe saw. The man was fr ghtful y mangled, liis bead and neck being split open down to the fboulders by the saw.. ( Tb...

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 May 1866

Saiii) lBon:tfawccr. Kpltome of Telegraphic .Nqjrs. OOMNLID SSOII THS OttOnNIAN. . DATK8 TO MAY S. Chicago, May 5 aiienuau a loan bill au IlioriZM the Secretin; nl ilia Trasury to"ia sue reniHirrnl or coupon boml in sued form or deiiuiuinnMoii as lie may piesuribe, intensi payable in i-otn, litaruix mterert licit need tog live per rent, per aiiuuiu, payable senii annuaiU ; the bonds to mu urn i-x.fe lint; 3J years, ntii tu be dtspuseu of at nut lees than par; pruned tu tie used exclusively in le-ducui- l lie buud or uttier iu'l. biedueiut' IUe Uniied Stales, ricrpl U. S notes Sec loll ice Dd pi'UVIlleS t'likl llieVitnie id tied under this act el.a 1 be know n as the i'Onolidne i dnit ui the United 3 mrl ; snail ba exempt truui txiiuu by or mmer S.aie or uiiiDicipHl au horny. an I in consideration of the reilui-ed rale ul iniere-t, shall tlsi be exempt fnui the tux uu mcume derived there t'ruiu. - . Section three requires t'mt Ibe amount of interest paid to the U .ve uuieut snail be ...

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 May 1866

mrnnn tnnni'iTimmTriiriTi llglllauiitainccr Slightly Mixkd Yesierdiiy maun, itig ' gentleman who resides in the southern portion of the city culled at our office and reluted the following in cidont as huppenmg to himself, -aitd knowing bim to be -a touti uf'verucilj 'Wo give credence to his story and heartily sympathize wixh him in ; hit dilemma. -Shortly niftee, appearances of events indica'ed to lrim (hat Home body 4n bis household wim going to have a "spoil of sickness," and he ac cordingly secured the -services of a physician and professional nurse,to ren dor such "help us the exigencies of the ease might demund. On Tuesday night the event occurred, and ut the propor time 'a wr.y young member of the human family was placed in the hands of the nuino to wuhIi and dress. The happy father had only titno to discover that the new . comer wasn boy before a vigorous pull at the door hell culled him to the street door, w4ero, instead of finding an old ac qoaintanco.he discovered a small ...

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