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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 19 May 1866

.ill i' VOL, 7. I VLLES, OllEpON, SATURDAY; MAY li),1800. iwntainur, PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING, r (ffDMDATS noinu,) n . , JB. G. COWNE & J. HAIXORAN, , 1D1T0B8 AND PB0PBIBT0B8. : 'Tsrmj Ttotnty-fivtantt sr week, payable to the carrier per month,- by mail, 1; three months, 12 60 i six , . . months, iij'one year, $8. 'Advertiaeinenta inserted at low rates. , Job Printing, , Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe .nteil with ueaamess and despatch, and forwarded as per '-order o any paw of thecouutry. tayntntjvr Job Print ng ww pc wuw on delivery tj toorav Practical Watchmuker, And Dealer In FINE WATCHES &. JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. ' BALDWIN BRO., DEALERS IN OROCERIES! ' .CORNER OF . IMaln and Union Streets, Dalles. J. 0. BALBWIN mh21-tf V. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE ! FURNITURE DIERLAM Sc WIVXZ. J) UN ITUI GLOBH nOTEL BUILDING, tswfcwswspeaisk riBiioa nt i - .... v i . ... ....... .. .,.. ...v, Household Furniture, .embracing Tables, Chairs, Dureaifs Beds and Bedsteads,...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 19 May 1866

SATURDAY EVENING, MAT 10, 1806. liKTTEH PROM 8DSANVIL.JLK. " v ButAKTiur, Grant Cot, May 10, 1866. , Edito MoDNTAiNnsa: Wboo I closed my letter to you, of Feb. 24th,"I did not intend that my pen should romain idle so long, but (i combination of circumstances not necessa ry to explain has prcvenied me from resum ing it at an earlier date. The pinching cold weather which then kept the denizens of our little mountain town w'thin doors, has given war to balmy spring, and mother earth has disrobed herself of tbe .dazzling white and come forth in the more comely garb of a "beautiful green; and instead of the sound of the axe and maul in the timber, we hear the rushing of waters and grating clash of the pick and shovel plied by ihe miner in the rock and gravel of the creeks and ditches. SCARCITY OF FRESH HEAT. j But these were not all of the pleasant sur roundings calculated to call forth grateful emotions. " At the period referred to the sap ply of one of the substantias of life that of m...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 19 May 1866

Biuitaiuccn Ho boat from below at 5J- o'clock. : , - ExTtNSivi petroleum discoveries have been made la Alabam and Louisiana'. The river at this point rose two feet In tbe past twenty-four hours. . , The robbers of tbe Orleans Hotel have been found guilty before the district Court, now tn f ession at Umatilla.1 A Servants SuIioqI is the latest idea in Lon don. In It girls are trained to bousebold work, cooking, washing and needlework. Am employee ot the 0. 8. N. Co. at Umatil la, whose name we did not learn, committed suicide on Thursday last, by stabbing himself seven times in tbe side and once it the neck, with a pocketkntte. ' ' ' '"' ' V '. At the U. S. Arsenal at Waiertown, Mnss., about three hundred and sixty men are still i .. J engaged In the mariafuc'ure of iron gnn car- ngagea in tue manatucure ot iron g ringes, of tbe Rodman pattern, designed for the thorough arming of the forts of our ex tensive coast, from .the borders ot Maine to the shores of California and Oregon. ' '...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 19 May 1866

ROSENBAUM'S BITTBKS! THESE JUSTLY CELEBRATED BITTERS ARB fast driving nil others from the market, as they are acknowledged, by all who dm thea and the Medical ' Fratorulty generally, to be the PLEA8ANTEBT and moat Efficacious Remedy for . Dyspepsia, Loss of Apetlte, morning Headache, Bowel Complaint, Fever and Ague, Jaundice, Langour, LIVER COMPLAINT In all lt dlstreulng formi. ' Iiosenbaunt's Bitters ' ARK AN EXCELLENT APPETISER. Bosenbauttl's Bitters ARK STRENGTHENING AND INVIGORATING, ' , Bosenbaum's Bitters . ARE AN AGREEABLE TONIC. Bosenbaum's Bitters ... Are made tn the most careful manner, from pure old ' Wheat Whisky, medicated with roots and herbH especi ally adapted fur the cure of all Stomach and Liver dia ' sases. TRY THEM ! ' Vor Bale everywhere by Druggists and Liquor Dealers, or by N.B. JACOBS CO., ',...; . 423 Front 8treet, Son Francisco. SMirTl & DAVIS. fti4w6m Portland, Agents for Oroimn. Sheriff's. Sale of Real Property. BY VIRTUE OP AN EXECUTION Issued by 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. — 21 May 1866

'" i ',' i t rr it ft H . .' . ' r .: mm i a. , 52;. ' 'J' 1 ? J. li vou r. DALLES, OREGON, MOTwtAY, BAY 1, 1866; 1 No. so. "WW' e"iI.TBSk PhPMT H II II Hr i ' 1 I II 17 1 .11 r . wmi 'am ' : m V vi o nil m r i . PUBLISnED EVERY EVENING, (SUNDAYS MOIPTIB,) BT ';' E. G. COWNE & J. IIALLORAN, " EDITORS AND PBOPBIBTOM. 1'kiuM 2Viat-e(ni per week, payable to the carrier per month, by mail, II; throe monlha, $1M; fix Months, J&; one year, $8. Advertisements Inserted at low rate. . . Job Printing. 1 Krary description or plain and fancy Job Printing exe - uted with neatness and dospatch, and forwarded aa par order to an J part or the country. FayvuHt Jar Job Print ing mutt ba mad on delivery of work. W. U. DOUGLASS, . Practical WatohLmtikor, And Sailor la FIXE WATCHES & JEWEIJEtT, ' , DALLES, OREGON. ' Jbtetabllshed 1857 , BALDWIN BItOU DSALEBS IN GROCERIES 4 00KN8R OF Mala ancf Union Streets, Dall J. 0. BALDWIN mh21-tf V. W. BALDVU rURNITUEEI eurniture; DIERLAM &. WENTZ, 1...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 21 May 1866

I MONDAY EVENING, MAY 21, 1860. LETTER VB.OM. CAM 1 OS CITV. Canyon Citt, May 11th, 1866. Editor MouNTiiNKKn: The most important rveut of tbe week in tbe John Day mines bag Lceo the advent of a small patty of Chinese miners. These may be looked upon a tbe forerunner s( a horde of these indurtrious people. Heretofore the prejudices of the luiuers have been so violent against China- Vien that one of them stood about as much. chance here as a Tal-piug in the hands of an Imperialist in their own Celestial Empire. bine dr ten miles below Canyon Creek, is tbe cinnabar lfiadj of which to much has been said. Some weeks since tbe Indians attacked two men who went' up to examine tbe nine and, was, found necessary to tend out six men with Henry rifles, and other shooting and cutting utensils, to take possession or the ground. During tbe last week this patty has been engaged in sinking upon it, aud the gra tifying fact is established that tbe cinnabar lies in a true lead. Tbe ore rapidly increa...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 21 May 1866

Epitome of Telegraphic News. faonriUD from toi oeioohur. " DATES TO 91 AY 10.' '' ':' Chicago, May 16. There seems to be a liitch in the election of the United States Senator by the Connecticut I-egislature The House on its part elected Gen. Ferry on the 16th, and the Senate was to have been called the n-xt day, but the S-nate post poned the election one week. Republicans tfrqm Wa bington say Ferry will certainly bo beaded off. He claims to have intelligence, which the Johnson men in Washington are very happy over, that three votes have been secured in the Connecticut Senate, sufficient to secure a dad-lnck of the Scoviil pattern. The report of the vote in the House incor rectly gave Foster 19 votes, it shouli have been 7 thus giving Ferry a majority in that bodv. . ' .' - ,4 Chicago May 19. The 'lenneaaos SannU yesterday rejected the resolution looking to the creation of East Tennessee as an inde pendent State. ;'" " ' The' Union : State Johnson Convention of , all who voted for 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. — 21 May 1866

- - NEWS. - Wdshnqton, May 10 The Presl dent Vetoeq the Colorado Bill on the roio8 of inefficient population. ,4 In tw-ScyMrtef Mr. Fessenden gave notioo that be wo'a'ld on next Mondav. call up the Constitutional Amendment ii proposition proposed by the Eecon- nt.rnotirm uornmittee aa nnRseri rv thn ITonse. and cress it to an earlv vote. ' Mr.: Trumbull reported a bill for noiuing ine uunu ointea uouris in Iticbmond instead ot Norfolk, whicb passed. Mr. Sherman reported the bill here tofore introouced by bim for the con solidation of the .National debt, and reducing the rate of interest of the same and tbe expense of issuing bonds, In the House, Wilson obtained an order for printing a substitute for tbe , enabling act reported by the -Recon struction committee. JLbe material differance being any - State establish ing an equal and just system of snf. fraire may have its representatives ad" mittod ' before tho final act of other States on the Constitutional Amend ' rnent. It is unders...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 22 May 1866

I. m to A ta W'V I IB S vol. r, DALLES, OREGON, TtmSDAY, MAY SO, 18CO, NO. fflB Yir&ftK !1 H A IB II 11 1 M S II I r I PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING, (SUNDAYS K.XOKPTBdJBY ; E. G. COHNG & J. IIALLORAIVj IDITOUS AND PR0PBIKT0R9. ': ., I'tRxaTweuly-flvtcentt per week, payable to the carrier , yjier month, by mail, f 1 j three months, ti 60 ; tlx months, to; uue year, $8: Advertisements ianrted at low rates. , . . ' ir . Job Printing, ' Kvery description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe nted wltli neatuess aud dosp.uch, andorwar'ded ua per order to any part of the country. Payment Jor Job Print ing mutt he made on delivery nj work. W. B5. 1 lift LASS, Practical Watchmaker,; And Sealer In FIXE WATCHES & JEWELBY, ' ' ' ; DALLES, OREGON.'' ' Established 185.. BALDWIN HTt0.9 DEALERS IN '('': ' CORNER OF . ' Main and Union Streets, Dalles. J. C. BALDWIN mli21-tf , F. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE J FURNITURE! DIERLAM & WENXZ? ' ilWNIT0A GLOBE HOTEL BUILDING, , Household Furniture, kemb...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 22 May 1866

IlESDiy EVEXIXG, MAY 22, 18US. Si'Kakikii. lienj. llaydeu addressed 1U0 rilizens of this city lust evening fit Chopin's 1 f x4 1 1 TIim l-.nll nriLi waII ftllnrl nnri thn cnpnk- rr rushed through a speech of about one hour nnd a-half. lie commenced in thensuaH Hlyle of All the Democratic speakers we have lierd during the canvass by' praising the xirttf fill urli.it It km Hnna ami I. . ... 1. .. licit the Government, through a number of year- of peace and war. . He took the Freed man's Bureau and Civil Rights Bills up and we have never listened to such misinterpre tation of anything in the course of our ex istence. Io defending Fay and Lino he brought Fay's old argument of the Branch Mint in ; said that by defeating t ho Union ticket we would secure the Mint la forty days. Mr. Haydon had forgotten, we pre sume, when ho brought up the names of Fay n ud Latio in connection with the Mint, that I, nne sold himtelf to the Portland people in the Legislature of 1864, when he voted I ir the ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 22 May 1866

omitawccr. Epitome of Telegraphic News. , coxpiito mow rat obegoxiax. . DATES TO MAY 10. " Philadelphia, May 10. The Academe- of Hnsio was crowded tonight by nn enihuiins- in audience to lieur Senator! Donlittlo and Cowan on national Issues. Doolittle derUrcj tli nt tbe mail who denies tbe Union of the States under the Constitution, is himself a lluunionist. He referred to the many calum nies that bad been raised against the personal fbaracter of the President, and expressed the lirm belief that no man living vim more as Diduoiislr and conscientiously engaged In the discharge of his duty to his country thnn An ilrew Johnson. . lie illustrated Jlia policy of I're'ldent Lincoln, to show the policy of Pres ident Johnson was nut a new one, but that it was In ohediei ce to thn-wishes of the Union Jiarty, instead of the President proving false to the men who were lending tlia Union party and were preventing its' grand objects and intentions the restoration of the Union aud eofnrcment of 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. — 22 May 1866

mmammttimittenmiauem EA.f5TJEltIV NEWS. Nevb Orleans. Gwin was released tn parole without conditions. He re fused to take the oath of allegiance, preferring to leave the country. He is visiting bis friends in the city to day. Itobt. Toombs left for Europe May JOth. Chicago, May 17- The Presdont's objections to the Colorado bill, as oxs Iiressed in the voto message, are; 'Mrst, that the establishment of a State government is not necessary for the wolfare of the people of Colorado. The' population is small estimated at trom 25,000 to 40,000, principally rev :ont settlors, many of whom are be lieved to bo ready lor removal to other mining districts, beyond the limsts of the Territory, it circumstances sbali rendor them more inviting. Such a population cannot but find relief from excessivo taxation, if a Territorial syei tem which devolves tboexponsoof the executive; legislative and judicial de partments upon the United States is for the. present continued. Second, It is not satisfactor...

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. — 23 May 1866

.V. vol. r. D VLLB8, ORKGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, lNO. NO. 88. 4. 11 . i: it !' PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING, (SUNDAYS IXOBPTBD,) BY E. G. CO WIVE &. J. II A L LOR AN) ' BDITOR8 AMD PB0PB.IBT0B8. f SBMa Twnty-five orntt per week, payable to the curler per. month, by mail, II; three months, 12 60; six months; to; one year, $8. Adrertlagments Inserted at low ratal. - 1 . Job Printing. Every deaerlptlon of plain and fancy Job Printing exe nted with neatneaa and despatch, and forwarded aa per order to any part of the oonntry. Payment Jot Job Print ing mu$t oe made on delivery oj work. W. II. DOUGLASS. Practical Watchmaker, And Dealer ia FINE WATCHES A. JEWELRY, DALLES,1 OREGON. . Established If57. BALDWIN BRO,, - ' DEALERS IN . ! GROCERIES ! ' l CORNER 0? Main and Union Streets, Dalles. V.O.BALDWIN' roh21-tf F. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE! FURNITURE! DIEKLAM te WENTZ, - u M I T tf : GLOBE HOTEL BUILDING. -m.-j , ..... v VH - .wavw Household Furniture, embracing Tablet, Chain, Bureaus 9 Bedeand Be...

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. — 23 May 1866

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAT 22, 1806. A PibiLous' FsAT.Ttiis momijsg we got da board the 0. S. N. Co.'s train for Cehlo, to witness the passage of the steamer Okana fon over .the rapids in tbe Columbia river, known as Tumwater. Tbe duty of the un dertaking was entrusted to Capt. T. J. Stump, who,. we mutt say, is entitled to more credit than a mere newspaper, notice, for the man ner in which he successfully piloted the boat through the porilous voyage. After waiting aboutoce hour at Celilo, the steamer sounded her whistle, and shortly after started up stream to boats which lay above, to procure ropes for fastenings. 1 Hoisting her bunting, he again headed down stream under a full bead of steam. The train had gone to tbe head of tbe rapids and there stopped, in or that those on board might have a full view of the steamer as she passed through tbe howling waters. As she approached the falls, all on board tbe train remained deathly ailent, not knowing whether tbe result would be a cause for...

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. — 23 May 1866

oiintamter. Fbok Owybk'b. From tb uoioncA of May 12th we condeoae the following : The Oro Fino Company is now working aixty hands, and supplying. gjxtj stamps with ore. ' The Silver Legion owned by the Cosmos -Co. has been worked all winter. The melt ing (now has made water troublesome, but it ia nearly free now. A .'splendidly working whim baa been erected for hoisting, ore Bod water, lowering timbers, &o,r into the mine. The discovery ground'pf the Legion has passed into the Cosmos Co's. possession, at a large price, and it will be worked from two shafts, Considerable of the ore shows free metaT At the present works 1st South , Extension there must be fully three hundred tons of pay ore taken out. ' The Allison mine is being worked with large force of men, under the superintendence of Cant. Prescott and control of the Lincoln Co. Three shifts of men are employed. Th mine is being worked in the old tunnel and shaft, and a new tunnel, is started two hun dred feet south to strike...

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. — 23 May 1866

iiuaiED before BiaTH. The duke of Alba, the brottreHn iaw of Napole d III., is a abort, little man, who has something icy about bia whole .man ner. - Small and , weak, his face dis plays an alibaster hue, which gives him a ghostlike aspect. In Spain the story is current that the dake was burid before be was born. When his mother was enciente with bim she was taken so desperately ill that all th at tempts to restore her remained fruits less. The duchess died far away from Madrid, at a chateau which had al- way been her favorite residence. She was buried in the family vault; and, as it is toe custom ot the Spanish no , bility, several valuables, among others ner rings, were put into the comin The. treasure which had been left to . oblivion with the duchoss aroused the cupidity of some ruffians ; they broke into the vault on the night following toe tunerai, roDbea tne dead woman, and would not leave the comin till they had plucked a flashing diamond from the finger of the corpse. 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. — 24 May 1866

. ' ' ' vol.. r D ALLKS, ORKGON. THTJUSDAY, MAY S4, isOO. NO. 83. PUBLIS1IED EVERY EVENING, (SUNDAYS BXOKPTKD,) BY 12. C. & J. HALLORAN, BDIT0113 AND PROPRIKTOkS. XnmTviady-Jivtcenti per week, payable to the carrier per month, by mail, $1; thruo month, 2 60; six mouths, to ; oue year, $8.. Advertisements Inserted at low rates. Job Printing.- Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe- tuon wuu neatness ana aeputcii, and rorwaroea as per xirder to any part of the country. it)mtntJor Job Print ing mutt os maae on atuvtry of yomK. Practical Watchmuker, And Denier In FINE WATCHES &. JEWELRY, JXALLKS, OREGON. . BALDWIN BRO., DEALERS IN CORNElt"OF Main and Union Streets, Dalles. J. 0. BALDWIN mh2l-tf ' P. W. BALDWIN, FURNITURE ! . FURNITURE. DIEBLAM &, WENTZ, - N I T If QLOBU IICTHL BUILDING, mMM Household Furniture, HS&WV:'l:Vml,r,,cll,S Tables, Chairs, Bureaus Heiln and lleiisteada, uedding, carpels etc., etc., all of which will bo sold at low rates, furniture...

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 May 1866

oimtaiitw. THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 24, 1806, MONTANA MKWS. , , From' the Post, of May '6th, we take the fol lowing : V. v ' UlNINO. NEWS.-, A letter from Prickly Pear City says r New loiles are being found here Dearly every day. Tbe GilTord loile, discovered by Messrs. Gif ford and Robinson, of Helena, is attracting a good deal of attention. It bas a sbaft sunk on it about twenty five feet In depth, and , shows a crevice of seven feet in widtb. It is a silver lode and native silver can be seen in nearly all of It. It is situated about one and a-half miles west of this place. Numbers have been trying to strike an extension, and an enterprising individual, 'noted for staking every ledge of rocks in this oounfy, baa staked, as ao extension, a quartz, boulder lying in a dry gulch, which bat evidently been washed there. The Saggitarius, which is thought to be this same lode, is also rich in silver. By an essay of Professor Eaton, wbo holds a half iuterest, it shows $900 per ton, at a depth...

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 May 1866

L. atlif'lllonntamccr. Epitome of Telegraphic News. OOHPILSO FROM TIt OItn)OMA!C. DATES TO NAY 91, New York, May 21. The Panama Star and Iltrald elctm, of May 13tU, has thefollowing: " Tile Uuue l Suae flag- ship VandcrbiU uud monitor Mo(iadnock arrived in tbe baruor of Panama on tbe evening of May 12th, haviug It ft Ciilliio on tbe 3d. From these vessels we have hows or the bombardment of C.illao and the result. The action commeuced a noon Irom the shore batteries, the fire being re turned by the Vilte de JUadrea and Hianca on the, northern aide of the harbor, and'lhe Nu viancia. IteiolutionnnA Alamanza on the south. Tbe Ville de Madrid and lieremjuela were 'badly damaged early iu the fiirlit, and they were obliged to withdraw to Sun Lorenzo, and were afterwards followed by the Numancia and the restof tue Ueet All were tuoie or leas dam aged, and tbe Spauis Admiral wad said to be badly wounded. During the fight Sf nor Gal vesr, the Peruvian. Secretary of War, was killed by au explo...

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 May 1866

Last Moments of Daniel 8. Dick inson. When he received tho intellii gence, only two hours before his death, That his disease -would in all human probability prove fatal,und -that the end was last approaching, ho heard it with perfect calmness, and said to bis wife, taking her hand : "Let us meet it like Christians." After expressing the deepest affection for, and sending messages of love to absent members ot his family and affoctionato'iidvioe to bis fatherless' grandsons, ho became weaker so rapidly that ho had little opportunity for speech. As ho felt the time was near, he said : " I am faint" -"significant"'-" the conflict is strong, but the other side is ours." Then raising himself in a sitting posture, and leaning against his brother-in-law, he gently breathed his Inst in perfect calmness, and apparently without suf fering. Mr. Dickinson had nominated just prior to his docoaso, his wife and brother, as the executrix and executor of his last will and personal property. After a u...

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