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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 13 May 1866

vol. r. DALLES, OREGON, STJI t A.Y, MAY 13, tSOff.1 NO. 7-4; r -tyt i n I -1 fails P OMitaiittxr, ..a PUBLISHED EVERI MORNING, (MONDAYS CXCBPTBD,) BT E, G. CO WIVE &. J. HALLORAN, ' CDIT0H8 AND PBOPBIBTOBS.V t'-tIVny-Mn(j per week, payable to the carrier per month, by mail, 11 J three month, ti 60 ; six month, $6; oue year, $8. Advertisement iaeerted at tow rate. Job Printing. 1 ' Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe- -nted wild neatness and despatch, and forwarded a per order to an; part of the country. J'mgment Jar Job I'rint inn win oe moat on atuwry o taorfc. W. B. IOlLASS. Practical Watchmuker, 1 ' And Sealer la , FIXE WATCHES k. JEWELRY, ,,. . DALLES, OREGON, EHtubllslied 1857. 1 DEALERS IN '. ') GROCERIES ! CORNER OF ' Main and Union Streets, Dalles. J. 0. BALDWIN mhai-tf P. W. BALDWIN. TURNITURE ! FURNITURE , , DIKBLAI &. WENTZ, - -j H H I T U'tf GLOBE HOTKL BUILDING, "T-iai iriiaiwut Dalle City, Lave on hand a variety I 3 Dousehold Furniture, L embr...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 13 May 1866

4-I y , ; SUNDAf tfORJiING, MAI ti, i66& A - With this number, we propose to change the publication of the Modrtaimo from a morning to an evening paper. . By this change ire will be able to publish the east ern and up country news the fame day that it arrives here, thus making it one day later than by the present arrangement. The paper will be issued (except Sunday) at 5 o'clock, p. m., and will be delivered to subscribers immediately. , ,. LETTER PROM C AMI OK CITTC. Cahyon City, Hay 8th, lbfifc Editob Uountaihiib : The continued evl dences of Indian hostility iq tb.ii part of the country form the principal topio of coo vt na tion. On the 3d lost., John Witmer, a Ger man, residing on the Middle Fork of John Day, near the EHc Oreek mines, was murdered by the savages, while an his way from Cation City to bis borne. He bad two horses packed with oats, potatoes and a plow, and when about eight miles from town was attacked by party of Indians, (nnmber unknown,) and after being chase...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 13 May 1866

C3J onntatuccr:- kpltome of Telegraphic News. OOMULKD riOM Till OBIOOHIAS. . DATES TO MAV B. .Jf ....- Dallee. WaMngton, May 5l Tho Ways and Mean Commlttoa have considerably reduced the ti bill since reponi g it, nnd have there fore bad- the bill reprinted. ..Among the akanires, tbo gross receipts oZ-exri'ss aud teloeraph companies is reduced Irotu 3 to 5 oor cent. 'f lie Senate Committee on Public Lands reported on tbo 3d inst. in favor of grunting lands to aid in tbe construction of a military road in Oregon. . Tbe House passed a bill establishing bien nial se-sions of 'be Legislature ot.vvaslunx ton Territoiy and doubling tbe pay of inenv bcrs thereof. T ' . ' - A stormy debate was bad on the army ap . Driation bill on tbe 21. - Senator Conoeas advocated an amendment requiring the Quar. torraaster's Department io purchase bian keis in San Francisco to supply the Pacilic Department, and spoke Irgbly of the supe-' rior quality, aud cheapness of the blankets made there.' He finally ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 13 May 1866

' 'Poverty of Statesmen. Statesmen generally fail to secure fortunes. They devote thetuBelves to pursuits wbiob, If 'honestly; 'Bdhored to, rarely yield Towards. . Jefferson died comparativei My poor. ' Indeed if Congress had not purchased hia library, and given for, U five times its value, be would with 'drfficulty tave Irept fbe wolf from bis xdopr8.; Madison saved money,' ana was comparatively rich. To add to his fortune, or rather that of his widow, Congress; purchased his manuscript manors, and Daid $30:000 for them. James Monroe' the siScth President of the United States, died in New York poor j his remains-found a rostings laOa through the charity of one of his friends, . John" Quincy Adams left some 8140,000, t'h result of industry, prudence and inheritance. He was a man of method and 'economy. Mar tin ' Van Boron died very rich. Throughout his political life he studi ously looked for his own interest. It is not believed -that bo ever spent much in politics. ' Daniel Webster...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 15 May 1866

vol. r. DALLES, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY.1,5 1SOO. iso. res. 0unta.u1e.er, PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING, "(MONDAYS BXOKPTKD,) BV E. C. On.lE '& J. 1IALLORA1V, - BDIT011S AND PllOPHIETOkS. Terms Twcnty-fittcmlt per week, payable to the carrier : par month,' by mail, 1;. three months, (2 60; six months, id; one your, $s. Advertioeiuents inserted at low rules. Job Printing. Every description of nlaln nnd fancy Job Printing exe- oled with neatness and despatch, nnd forwarded as por oroerioany pari oi tne country. lMymcnlJorJoorrmt wg muni dp. muue on aeuvery of worlc. XV. El. lI.A!S!i. Practical VVatckmulicr, And Dealer iu FIXE WATCHES & JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. liettuljliisliecl I8G7. . BALDWIN 13TtO.. DEALERS IN GROCERIES ! consult of Main and Union Streets, Dalles. J. 0. BALDWIN nih21-tf P. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE ! FURNITURE DIKllLAM Sc. WENTZ, -jNITUj, GLOBE HOTEL BUILDING, VtfPSJJ Dalloa City, have on hand a variety j$t?M3 Household Furniture, jH2Sie "lem,,rao'''R nu,e, Chairs, Buren...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 15 May 1866

oiratainm TUESDAY EVENING, Mil 15, 18G6. ' Launched. We loaro through a private latter from Pen d'Oreille Lake, that Messrs. Moody & Co.'a boat was launched on the 28th ult. The new boat is called Mary Moody. She was to have started on her (rial trip on the 12th inst ' Tiie Grand Lodge I. 0. 0. F. will assemble in this city to morrow. The 0. S. N. Com pany have on this occasion exhibited an other of their praiseworthy acts iu giving orders along thoir line of steamers that the representatives to the Grand LoJge be pass ed at half the usual rate of travel. This is the more worthy since it came unsolicited. It docs credit to tho .officers of the com pany. Indians About. During the night of the 4th inst.,. some sixty animals were slolen from packers encampod on Reynolds creek, about eight miles from Ruby City, on the road from Boise City to Owyhee. Tho evi dence that the robbery was committed by In dians is conclusive. Most of the animals were mules of the very best quality, aud 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. — 15 May 1866

amccr. MONTANA NKWS. From the Radiator, of the 21st ult., we lake the following : The Territorial. Convention had adjourned ine die. A State Constitution was Iramed, based on thn Con.-ti ut ons, in part, of Mis souri, Colorado and California. It is pro . nouneod perfect iu every rospect. In it, slavery and involuntary servimde of any kind, save as a puuishuiontfor crime, is pro hibited. TUB MINKS. James Kennedy, expressman from Black toot City to McClelland Oulcli, informs us that iho gulches in that vicinity aro turning out mii. li better than the mo.-t sanguine ex pected. MuClelluud has been mined all win ter It affords good lacilities for drifting, and in consequence-ofvuieu much dirt has been washed du iug the winter. Lincoln gulch lias proved a success ; the gulch gen erally pays well. One paity has been oner cd $1,000 for a third of (he dirt tnkon from one d i i ft during Ilia winter. Also, Keep Cool, as well as many others, is yielding ' fiuely. Through various sources, we or...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 15 May 1866

atltf Mountains VOLCANIC WONDER 1 31 THE AUIiCI. The sadden rieo of a volcanic island in the Grecian Arcbipolugo is one of the most remarkable phenomena of modern times. A correspondent at 1'atcrogue, hong Island, seuds tao JS. Y, Ilerald&n extract from & private letter, written near tho scene of the occurrence, giving following interest ing details in addition to those. we have already published , Syra, Greece, February 15, 18GG. The island of Suntorina has been in eruption for six wholo days, some say more. It is about 60 miles from here, and the water for a long distance around the island is boilng and steaming to a tremendous dogroo. An island has sprung up from under tho sea, not far distant from Santori, which soemsto boa mountain of coal or lava, and is now about 500 feet above tho surface. Day bcforo ycs torday a special stoamer was sent by tbo local authorities of this place Xo iaspeot tho appoaranco of tbo now is land and the conduion of Santorini Tho Fronch Consul...

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. — 16 May 1866

eaL "" ; . Vpgak .V , : -A. , ' ."' ' A Xjcx , r : I vol. y. DALLES, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY lO, 186 NO. "Ttt. l. ia . ; ' AdL Fi hi h ii ii ii in a n i i. i . PUBLISUEU EVERT EVENING, . (SUNDAYf BXOKPTED,) BY E. G. COWIVE & J. IIALLORAN, EDITORS AND PB0PRIBT0R9. Taaxa Tweuty-fivtcenU per woek. payable kH he-oar rler per mouth, by mall, SI; three months, ttfs liz months, $6; oue year, $8, Advertisement! Inserted at low rules. - - Job Priatine. - Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing ere hted with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per eroer 10 any pars oi tne country, raymtntjorjoi mni tng mmt tn wwu on aiery o; work. j;- : W. II. DOUGLASS, irrucuuai vr aicnniUKcr, . And Dealer la .ggyfeg, , FINE WATCHES St' JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. Established 1857. BALDWIN BRO.. DEALERS IN ' S GROCERIES ! CORNER OF . Alain and Union Streets, Dalles. J. 0. BALDWIN) mh21-tf ' F. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE 1 i FURNITURE DIERLAM ,& WENTZ, ,I)MIT.,, 'GLOBE nOTEL BUILDING, ; vn usiiia...

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. — 16 May 1866

rABTirs who arrived here from Portland yesterday, represent that city at unusually dull. ' : ."V? - ' Tat report that tbe British steamer Qran- n'l an was destroyed by nitre-glycerine is em phatically. Contradicted. Thi old frigate Macedonian is at Norfolk navy yard", to be fitted up aa a cruising toi- sel far thd Midshipmen of tbe Annapolis Na val School. Tin steamer tbat left Celilo for White Bluffs, last Friday, we are informed on good nuthorit,bad upwards of fifty tons of freight for tbat pumt. , Jiioos Woods and Col. Kelly, candidates for Governor, will be bere on Friday and will address tbe citizens on the political is bus of tbe day, , . . No Nsws. The Portland papers of this morning contain no news, tbe wire having "become demoralized" immediately after tbe operator commenced sending bis dispatch, Tinas' will be an informal meeting of the members of Columbia Lodge, No. 6, 1. 0, 0. F., at the ball of Jackson Engine House, this evening at 8 o'clock. ' PaoKiBHt members of Congr...

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. — 16 May 1866

gailg lllonntaiuccr. Epitome of Telegraphic News. COMPILED rOX TUB OHIOONUK. DATES TO MAT 13. aiWinflon, May,, 13. Judge Underwood, wlio arrived yesterdny rnorniag from Nor folk, with a copy of the indictment against Jeff. Davis for treason, was In consul ati"a Kll day with Assistant Attorney Ooncral Asliton. Speed being temporarily absent la Kentucky. It is currently stated that Jeff, will be tried on this indictment when the United States Circuit Court reassembles at Hichmonilhto which place it is now adjourn ed to meet early in June; that Chief Justice Chase will preside, and that. Attorney Gen eral Speed will be nssist-d iu the prosecution by Ex-Governor Clifford, of Mass., and Mr. M. Evernt, of New York. "The test of the indictment is not yet made public, but it is said to be similar to the bill reported by the Grand Jury of Alexandria several months since, which the Government did not prose cute. Judge Underwood's charge to the Grand Jury on Tuesday May 8th, clearly sets lortn...

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. — 16 May 1866

Mm nntmmx. ROSENBAUM'S BITTERS! THKSR JtJSTLT CELEDRATRD BITTERS ARB fast driving nil others from the market, they lire acknowledged, by all who use them and the Medical Fraternity generally, to be the PLhjASANTEST and Most Efficacious Remedy for - Dyspepsia, Loss of Apetlte, Morning Headache, Bowel Complaint, Fever and Ague, Jaundice, Langour, LITER COMPLAIA'T . Ill all Its distressing forme. , ' ' Rosenbaum's Bitters ARE AX EXCELLENT APPETISER. Rosenbaum's Bitters ARE STRENGTHENING AND INVIGORATING. Rosenbaum's Bitters ARE AN AdREEABLE TONIC. , ' '. 1 Rosenbaum's Bitters Are made in the most careful manner, from pure old Wheat Whisky, medicated with nioU and herbs especi ally adapted for the cure of all Stomach and Liver die eases. . '' r , .. TRY THEM I ... , . . V t Sale everywllere by Druggists and Liquor Dealers, or by ' N.11.JAC0BS ACO., . "; .': " . - i 428 Front Street, , j . Buu Francisco. - i- ! SMITH & DATIS. mlwSra Portland, Agents fir Oregon. SuerlflT'a Sale of Rea...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 17 May 1866

- :. ... ,:;,,:..,.,; , ,. .0). vol. r; DALLES, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY; 1, 180a. NO. "ST. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING, i.- (SUNDAY KXOKPrKD.) BY ' E. G. COHAE a. J. HALLORAN, IDIT.OHS AND PltOl'UIKTOlU. Terms irWny;iiie cents per week, payatdejo the carrier per month, by mail, $1; throe mouth., t2&0; aix . months, to; one year, $S. Advertisements iuaerted at , Every description of plain aud tauoy Job Printing exe mud with uuatiioas and despatch, and forwarded per enter to any part of tiie country. yMmlJor Job Print ir must us mud tin illlru 11 fim-i V. If. Bftll I fjl.ANKi Prauticul Watchmakci', And Dealer In nE WATCHES . JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. ' ; ltabliuheU IWGT-. ' SEALERS IN . . ''; CORNER OF Alain and Union Streets, Dulles .1.0. ItALfiWIN iuii21-tf F, W, BALDWIN FURNITURE! FURNITURE DIERLAM Sc WENTZ, -1 NIT(Jfc ' Gl.ODK IIOTKL BC1LDIN0. Household Furniture, yr Lembracing Tables, Chairs, Bureaus bC Beds and lleditcada, Bedding, Carpete to., etc., all of which will lie auld at l...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 17 May 1866

omttanucr. TUUESDAT EVENING, 'MAY 17. ISM. Till candidal lor UoveiDor united, tun evening, apd will apeak to-morrow. A Friedman's savings' bank at Beaufort, S. C, has deposit) exceeding $250,000. Thanks to Hon. E. D. Hulbrook, Delegate from Idaho, for public rloenmnt. Tai Pacific ocean ' cover seventy-eight millions of milea ; tho Atlantic twenty-five millions. ' ' ' . ' ' " ' ' 1 Sodtberm papers, generally, are urging the necessity of taking precautions against the cholera in tbeir cities. It Is stated that the defeated Democratic candidate for Governor of Connecticut, lost $20,000 in tbe campaign. Tub University of Michigan is now tbe largest university la this countiy, containing 1.031 students. Tbaddens Scott, a native ot Naperville,Ill., went into Taylor's saloon, New York, and choked himself to death on a beet steak. x Settlers in Southwest Missouri are pre paring to migrate to some other climate in consequence of bushwhackers. " 'What will you take first in Canada ?" asked a ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 17 May 1866

Inrln ntawectv Epitome or Telegraphic News. COMPILED rilOH TDI OUIdOMIAN. UATK8 TO MAY 1. Chicago, April 14 Tiie Seuators fleet from C ilorAdo emphatically deny the imputation Hint there was a -Imrgniu and agreement to i secure voles for the passage of the bill ad u) irtinji Colorado, or that they promised their aid to Ibo Congressional majority against the l'resi'ienl, and they further eny f their calls upon the President, which had excited the r.'miirk that they weie pletlmo; Iheit support 1 1 him, was simply to present such facts nd d icumenis'ne would show the popu'aiinn, Mtbsiantinl wealth and permanent pro-parity ol Coloiado, and bad no reference whatever to polities'. S in Franeiieo, M iy IB. Qen. Muon writing to Q'U Mi D.iwell from headquarter at Sao riloiia, on tie Gila, April 30itj, anya be has lienr I via fort mmn, ol tne maiiiacro ni run (ioodn in. and that there is not a word "of t ruth In the etory. Saealona is only four days travel fim Fort Goodwin, and daily commu ni...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 17 May 1866

C4 Mi ountatnccr. ROSENBAUM'S SETTEES! THESK JUSTLY CFXEIlilATED BITTERS AIIK fast dt-ivttiK Ml others from the market, as they nro acknowledged. bj all who use them mill tho Medical Fraternity a-euerally, to ha tha rLiiASANTUST cud Must Kulcaclous llomedy lur Dyspepsia, Loss of Apellle, Morning Headache, Bowel Complaint, Fever and Ague, Jaundice, Langrour, LIVCK COMPLAIXT In all its distressing forms. Rosenbaum's Bitters AUK AN EXCELLENT APPETISEIl. Bosenbauni's Bitters AB.E STRENGTHENING AND INV1GORATINO. nosenbaum's Bitters ARE AN AGREE ABLE TONIC. Rosenbaum's Bitters Aro marie in the most careful manner, from puro old Wheat Whisky, modiciited with roots and herbs especi ally adapted for the cure of all Stomach and Liver dis cuses. TRY THEM I Vor Sale overywhoro by DruRirlBts anil Liquor Dealers, urhy N.i.JA(;0U8 4C0., 423 Front Street, Bun Francisco, U m a t i 1 1 a, 13 b i s e, AND IDAHO Express and Fast Freight Line. THIS LINE IS NOW. IN COMPLETE RUNNING order from Umatilla Ui...

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. — 18 May 1866

'''' 'I V,f.,., I I : U. Iff r . 7 ..1 ; VV . ,. . i 'if, '!' ' ;' J - T f. V 'r ! ? ( vol,, r. I) I.LlOr, Om.GON', FRIDAY. MAY 18, I860. no.. PlBtlSlIEU EVERY EVENING, SUNlMVs KXOKPTED,) BY E. G. tO,G & J. IIALLOKAN, EDITORS AND HK0PK1KT0R:". 1'tKuaTioaity-JliiecenU per week, payable to the carrier per month, by miiil, $1; throe months, 2 SO; aix luuntlia, $6; one year, fS. Advertlsetneuts Inserted at low I'lltUS. Job Printing. Every description of plain mid fancy Job Printing exe uted with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per rdr tunny part of the country. ijment Jot Job Print (nj7 m ue muue on aeitvrry J work. Practical V atohuiukor, And Dealer la FINE WATCHES &. JEWELUY, . . ' DALLES, OREGON... lMtabliMheU 1857. BALDWIN 33T2,0., DEALERS IN GROCERIES ! CORNER OF ' Main and Union Streets, Dalles. J.C. BALDWIN ' mhSl-tf P.W.BALDWIN. FURNITURE ! FURNITURE DIEULAM &; WENTZ. gV) B ITta;. ai.OBK HOTEL BUILDING, jgfj&ffit&glSL Dalles City, have on hand a varie...

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 May 1866

FRlD.lt EVEtt.XG, MAT 18, 1860. . Henry A. Wigi Is permitted to go to any pvt of the United Sta'es he may choose. Railway communication between Charles ton and Augusta. Ga.f is now open for the first time since tbe close of the war. . It is probable that almost tbe entire sugar crop of Louisiana bad been destroyed by tbe overflow. ' ' Winter weather in the vicinity of Macki nac Straits n-rer was known to bo more se vere than during the present year. Tuts Columbia river at this point is rapidly rising, and profflUes to give Main street a ducking should it continue a week longer. Tui Los Angeles oil refinery lately refined a quantity of crude oil taken from the Pico Spring, Sin Fernanda. Tin Grand Lodge of Odd Kellowg will ad journ to-night, and the members will return to their respective homes to-morrow. Tui difficulties of tbe New Almaden quick silver mines having been settled, tbe company will soon resume work. A Pioti Indian lately entered tbe office of the Virginia City Union, 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. — 18 May 1866

C3J Epitome of Telegraphic News. OOHflLEn rSOM tH OlMOKIAlf. DATES TO 91AV 1. New Orleans, Miy 14. Dr, Uin look the w released itom Fort Jackson yes ti-nJav Portrait Monroe, May U. It is antborita . ttrelv umJuriiLuoii h flftV IW lhii raji.1t .r O.... relary MvCullc.ch'i late visit, that" President Johnson lias directed ( tie Surgeon of the post to makk a special report on (tie bahli-ot Jeff Chicago, Mj 10. The indictment of Jeff. Davu and the reported preparations for trial attract very little .attention, and excite no comment Tne 'following is the text of the iiidicnuent, as especially telegraphed to the rn.i.... ... . The trrilllfl i.irnri nf lha TT..ti...f C... i - ..... vniti uiutrg ill and furibe Uiftiictof Virinm, upon their vvus, prcMfiib inni jenerdoi uavu. lute of the ClLV of R C.linnft.i in lha i. .vf Ll., rico, in the District of Virginia aforesaid. jouiu.ui, urmg an iiiiiaonaiii ul, ana residing within the United Sihihj jug ulleinnce and iideliiy thereto, nut bnv intr t...

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 May 1866

mm laili) fflbuntaiiicerl ROSENBAUM'S BITTEES! faTliIESE JUSTLY CBLEllRATFTD UPPtBrrS ARB JL last driving nil others frnm the market, no they nro acknowledged, bj nirwlio use them nnd the Med'cal 'Fraternity generally, to be the PLEASANTEST uii'J ntoat EUiCKCioua iiemeuy tor 0 Dyspepsia. N ' 1 .Loss of Ape tit, Jllornlngr Headache Bowel Complaint, 'Fever and Agttc, Jaundice, iLangotitv, LITER COMPLAINT la all Its distressing forms. RoNciibaum's Hitters ARE AN EXCELLENT APPETISER. lloscnbauni's Ultters ARB 8TRENOTni5NIN8 AND INVIGORATING. Roscnbaum's Ultters ARB AN AGREEABLE TONIO. ' r .f 1 ' Rosenbaums Bitters Aro mndo In tho most careful ninnnor, from pure old Wheat Whisky, medicated with roots and herbs especi ally adapted fur the cure of nil Stomach and Llvor dis eases. . A TliY Tl tlEM t For Sate every wliore by Druggists and Liquor Dealers, or by N.B. JACOBS CO.. 4S1 Front Street, Sun Frnncisco. SMITH & DAVIS. mtwCm Portland. Agents for orcenn. U m a t i 11 a, !$ o is e, : ...

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