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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 25 May 1866

i. i , w V VOL.7. DALLKN, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY OS. 183r. NO. 84. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING, (SUNDAYS BXOBPTBD,) BY E. G. COWNE & J. llALLORAlV, SDIT0I18 AND PROPRIITOR. TlRMS Ttcmty-five crnti per week, payable to the curler per inuntli, by mail, $1; three months, tiM; tlx monthe, $6; oue year, $8. Advertisements inserted at low rates. Job Printing. Every description of Dlaln and fanev Job Printing exe. ated with neatness and despatch, and forwarded a per order to any part of the country. Payment Jor Job Print tng am ut mao on atuvery nj teor. XV. II. JLMilJGiljmSS. Practical Watchmuker, And Sealer la FIXE WATCHES A. JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. Istatlislaea ItatS?. bald "wTiSr bro., DEALERS IN GROCERIES ! CORNER OV Main and Union Streets, Dalles. J, 0. BALDWIN -nihai-tf F.W.BALDWIN. FURNITURE! FURNITURE ' DIKULAM te WENTZ, -0".N 'TtfA, " QI.0BH HOTEL BUILDING. ....l. , W U 1. .1 1. . I. I. I 111 I V.J Household Furniture, embracing Tablet, Chain, Bureau! 9 UedBand Bedsteads, Beddfng.C...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 25 May 1866

amitanuer. .4 fKIDAT EVE.YDfG. MAY 25. 18!W. Oo.VE Fne'si Ouu Gazb. The greul. titmice Chief. Pal a a. has skedaddled.', Uacle ftim!' L I H1 nilmk lllllirMnlllivlni i?,rtln'n.t ... : I t. him. Thia famous Indian surrendored him self about a year add a half ago to Captain Kelly j at Fort K amath, where he had lived ilp to tho present time. The object of his surrender was, no doubt to get his wife and child, Who ,,ere capWcd about a month previously by a party who were returning from fort Klamath, after making a treaty with the Klamath . an I Modoc Indians Mitdarao Palina, with others who were tlieu made prisoners, were .taken to. Fort Vancou ver, where they were kept until la3t summer when they were restored to their liege lords. Und Palina been trp.itcd as he deserved, ho would 'have "been hung by the nock instead of being fed oa Uaulo Sam's rations. .Tliere is not an Indian east of the- Cascade moun tains who. has committed more depredations on the whites than has Palina ; nor is t...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 25 May 1866

cv mm onniatuccri TUffiiSOSARLH ORGANIZATION ISC I.1IVJIVT COUNTY. UK AD RKAD 1 READ I The following letter, divulging the plans nd purposes of tlietro isonnblo organization which the Democrats maintained during the war in Linn county, is published in the Al bany Journal, of the 18th inst. The writer is well known. throughout the State, and has a reputation for honesty and veracity : Albany, May 16th, 1808. It Is with deep feelings of duty that I owe to myself, my cotin'ry, and my Orel, that I pen tiieso lines for. publication. I have been frequent y inquired of to know ihe reason why I loft the so-called Democratic par y ; and that all may know my rca-ons, I hore solemnly declare that I left that party bo. ..bauso I bc-nrne convinced by proof, iindcni blo : t'nit . its leaders were "men w'io are in favor of the South, and Enemies to tho Gov ernment'. Tbev sny this is not so. I say that know il to be o, I have kept the means rof my knowledge to my elf, but I can keep it tin Inniri'l...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 25 May 1866

on Uinatilla, Boiso, , . AND It) Alio .-. - . ; v Express and Fast Freight Line. THIS LINK IS N0W1N COMPLETE RUNNING order from Umatilla to Idaho City, via Boise City, and prepared to 'carry Freight and Valuable Packages between these aud all Intermediate points with certainty and despatch. . The Line is Stocked with the Best Teams the country affords and entirely New Thorough-Brace . CONCORD WAGONS, Which ensures Speed and Safety In the transmission of Freight, never before offered to Idaho. We oner Supe rior Inducements for Shipping Goods from San Francisco and Portland to Idaho, as our arrangements with the Ocean Steamship Conipnny mid the Oregon Bteam Navi gation are such that all Goods shipped by this Line will not be subject to the usual delays, but pass through as Fast Fjreieht. Goods shipped from Pan Francisco to our care at Port land, Charges will belaid and Goods shipped to destina tion, GOODS SHOULD BR MARKED: CARE R. M. D. A CO., P. LINK, and Shipping Receipts sent to ou...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 26 May 1866

T 11 I MS fl - MM r M IMF P SB: TOffMij, j. -c : x i . r,i i .m . n a u n n n ts . ; b b b . m . jtk t - VOL. V. D LLES, Oil) GON, SATURDAY, MAY SSO, ls00. NO. 85. nuttintx, PUBLISIIEL) EVERT EVENING, ' (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED,) BT " E. G. COWSE & J. IIALLORAN, EDIT0H8 AND PROPRIETOR:). ' Terms Taenly-fivecmtt per week, payable to the carrier per muntli, by-until, L; tlireo months, t2 60; six mouths, $6; one year, $8. Advertisements Inserted at low rutee. Job Printing. Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe nted witli ueatnoss and despatch, and forwarded as per order to any pari oi the country. iMymauJorJoorrmi ing tnttic oe mnae on tieixvery tij work. .XV. 88. DO U LASS,. l?rm;tlciil Watchmalcor, And Dealer in FIXE WATCHES & JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. BALDWIN I3TIO., DEALERS IN ' GROCERIES! '' CORNER OF - IHaln and Union Streets, Dalles. J. 0. BALDWIN mli21-tf F. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE! FURNITURE. DIEBLAM & WENTZ, -rN ITl OLOBB IIOTEL BUILDING, ..'WW-.'tllWH? Tl.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. — 26 May 1866

II ST. SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 28, 181(0. Tun Now York Tribune bas been enlarged and. otherwise improved. ' . A history of California bas jusC Veen pub lished. Que Suthill is the author..- A Mobile paper of March 22d,' slated Ithot; a caso of cholora had iappearcd, in that city. Victor IIuoo was offered $100,000 for. ft new work, just published-, and- refused to take it. Wa are indebted to, Mr. J. B. Cro9sen for a good supply of ice. Not bad, this, of.a warm day. .. : Tub number of deaths in Sin Francisco during the month of April was 203. Of these 02 died' of consumption. ' 1 Childbkn have been poisoned by putting card pictures in their mouths tho effect. of the chemicals used. by the artist. An old man, eighty-nine years of age, mar ried a woman aired seventy, in Connecticut, a while since. . Happy couple I At the request of Gens. Grant and Sherman, Gen. Ilardet has been aaaured that ha will not be molested in civil pursuits in the United States. ' ' iM.the Odd Fellows procesdionjn ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 26 May 1866

C3J Thb Northern Pacific Railroad. The Senators and Representatives from the Pa cific States nud Territories, as also those from Minnesota, hare written an appeal to Congress, in favor of the passage of the Northern Pacific Railroad Bill. The appeal sets forth the necessities for the passago of the bill and the construction of the road in figures and argument, which no doubt will have the desired effect in aiding its con struction. In referring to tbe resources of the country, the report says : Tbe single Express line of Wells, Fargo ft Co. has transported from tbe Columbia river to San Francisco, coming from our North western mines during two years, twelve mil lions of dollars in gold and silver. While the population of Montana, which', as a Territory, has hardly found a place on the map of tbe country, is not officially known, tbe returns of internal revenue for tbe past year sbow that it pity the largest tax of any of our national. Territories, nod an estimate of two millions of ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 26 May 1866

CHJ sYrinTi Sails P ointtaintcr. A New Yoek Lady becomes Aunt to A Bamsn Princess. A Paris lets lor of Maroh 28tb, to. the New York Times, contains tbe following iuterest ing bit of gossip : Of course you know that the Prin cess llelen, third daughter of Queen Victoria, is soon to espouse the Gorm an Prince Christian, of Augustenburg; but borbaps you do not know that this marriage will malie n Princess of tho royal family of England a niece to a lady in New York, whoso maiden name was Lee. Tug relationship is very 'easily explained. Some years ago seven or eight, if my memory. nerves me correctly there resided in Puris a New Yo.rk family of the name of Leo, one of the daughters of which was married in tbe United Stales Minister's (Judge Mason's) bouse, to Baron Wachtor, Ministor of Wurtem tourg. This lady's sister," so'tno years subsequently, mot Prince Froderio, brother of tho reigning Duke of Aug. ustonburg-Glucksburg, who fell des fierately in love with her. The prince y swain of...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 28 May 1866

CO 3 " ff.fr 39 1 1 it IJlii lit imirtfrtw ft VOL. "7. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING, (SUNDAY8 BXOKPTIO,) BY E. G. COWiVE & J. IIALLORAN, KDIT0K8 AND PK0PRIKT0R9. Terms TwzHly.fivtctntt per week, payable to the carrier per muiitli, by mull, $1; threo months, $.2 60; six months, $5; oue year, $8. Advertisements Inserted at low rates. Job Printing. Kvery description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe uted with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per order to auy part of the country. Payment Jor Job Jrint tnq mun oe maae on tintvtry or work. XV. it. IJOl ;IVSX, Practical Watclinxttlcor, And Dealer In VINE WATCHES & JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. . Established 1857. BALDWIN BTfcO., DEALERS IN CORNER OF Main and Union Streets, Dalles. J.C.BALDWIN iuh21-tf F. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE! FURNITURE; DIBULAM &. WENTZ, yjflNITUi, GLOBE HOTEL BUILDING, XW. sSf Dallos City, have on hand a variety t&M&f&fS Household Furniture, embracing Tables, Chairs, Bureaus 'Uedsand Bedsteads, Bed...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 28 May 1866

X) MONDAY EVENING, MAY 28, 1860. Maini bag still 1,800 men la the service. An attempt was recently mads to- barn th State Prison, at Concord, N. If. A strong effort Is being made to revive tbe Breckearidge- party In Kentucky. Thebi are aearly thirty-millions of sores of public land in the Sooth open to settlement. Portland, Middlesex county, the banner town of 1865, makes a big bid for tbe same honor this, year,- showing a Union gain of 242. Tni;8tatutes of Tennessee prohibit negroes from. keeping billiard and drinking saloons. Tbe validity of the lairs will be tested under the Civil Rights Bill. Hon. John P.- Hale,, present Minister to Spain, is an applicant for the position of S.. District Judge, la New Hamprbire, made vacant by tbe death of Judge Harvey. Tni Franklia Oil Company in Tennessee, are meeting with good success.. Tennessee papers profess to believe that State will go ahead of Pennsylvania on oil. The Jewish Congregations, Beth Eiohlm, or "House of God" and "Shearit Isr...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 28 May 1866

C3 mkw aitntameer. Owviikh Nmva. From tiie Avalanche we take the following : la most all Hie gulches mining bas been vigorously commenced end is remuniatively carried on, claimholders generally hiring ell the banda they can advantageously work. In the main creek, men have rightly got to work, the stream having been ao high as to com . pletely wash away all dnraa and fill up claims. 4 They expect to get at it soon now, and we may look lor a few months nf lively mining. It will be necessary to have creek claims rep resented by the 1st of June, as on that day the time fur which they were " laid over" eipires, and every claim nnrepresented will then be subject tojnmpers. All gulch claims have to be represented on and after the 15th instant. Rnmor has It that Capt. Collins, with' a detachment of men, have bad a fonr days' fight with the Malheur Indians, and come off second best. The Malheur has always been ft favorite Indian country and we have never heard of any punishment being inflict...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 28 May 1866

i-iTini niiiiTi'iaitfiYi?afirfi'ii latin Wmtmmxl COPY ON THE HOOK. - The 'ollowlng linos were written by one who" knew whereof he spoko." Pulling in health, he made A voyage to Prance, anil was returning. nHich benefited and full of lope, when the vessel wait wrecked on the Muuilln Islunds, and the lint of ' Inst " contained the mime of J. I,. 8. Many of the old Ledter hands will recognize the style, If not this particular production ol poor Jim. and ovi-ry morning-paper baud will upprecUte the point. Winter's t'ircular. .lust go to Third and Chesnut stroots, and at the corner etatid, And look upon tlio troubles of a Mornlng-Daper Irani! ; M'itli tho glaring gas-light scorching him, so close abovu bis head, Till his chock is flushed with fuver, and his sunken eyes are red ; Till lie's fidgety and sleepy, and cm scarcely hold his stick, And each little lenden letter feels as heavy as a brick ; When tho tiny hours are coming, watch his miserable As ho curses iho Reporter putting Copy ...

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. — 29 May 1866

V 03 VOL.. V. D ALLES, OHEGON, TUESDAY, MAY 0, ISOti. no. sr. l3T.fr llft-tlit VL1IA t&JVLA,, II .0 vv " PUBLISHED EYERY EVENING, (SUNDAYS IXOKPTID,) BY E. G. COWNE & J. HAL LOR AN, EDITORS AND PE0PRIKT0R8. Twins Tmenty-Jiveeenti per week, payable to the carrier per month, by mail, (1; three month!, $2 60; Bix months, $b ; uue year, $8. Advertisements inserted at low rates. Job Printing. ' Svery description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe nted witli neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per order to any part of the country. Payment Jor Job Print intj munt be made on dfiivery oj work. W. H. OI CLASS, Practical Watclimakor, And Dealer in FIXE WATCHES JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. v Etallit-Uei BALDWIN BRO., SEALERS IN GROCERIES ! CORNER OF Main and Union Streets, Dalles. J. C. BALDWIN nih21-tf F. W. BALDWIN. ITRNIT URE ! rURNIT URl; DIEltLAM 8c WENTZ, ITU, 0L0BB MOTEL BUILDING, Household Furniture, .embracing Tables, Chairs, Bureaus Bedsand Bedsteads, Bedding.Oarpets etc., et...

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 May 1866

; (21 TUESDAY EVENING, HIT 29, 1866. Rbmbmbeb the speaking at Cbapia'a Hall tins evening at 8 o'clopk. The."Uve issues" will be discussed., Ik Carson City there is a dancing school conducted on strictly moral principles "cash, in adrance, and no hoggin." A VfoMAK. in Pennsylvania baa petitioned for a divorce " becadse she and bet busband does not agree on politics." Tan Houston Telegraph says, that in a few years the sheep interest in Texas will not be second even, to cotton. We notice our friend' and fellow typo Lieut. Wm. M Hand In town. He is looking fat and saucy- Tub Qovorner of Iowa has appointed Mjss Slobbins notary public This is said to.be too first appointment to thai office ever re ceived by a woman, There is a stove in Hichmond, Virginia, which was brought over to this country, in 1770. Evidently i, belonged to one of the " First Familie." ItixniDKR, If you have a cold it cough, that Uall'e Put' monary Dulitam will enre yon quicker thau any other known remedy. Tho gouulu...

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 May 1866

C3J latlg IPonntaraecr. MONTANA. NKWS. From the Radiator, of May 5th, we take the following items, from Elk Creek diggings : J. W. Keenan, with four meo, it cleaning up from $130 to $230 per.day, to the sluice, in the main creak; Johns, with same force, from one to two hundred. The claim on Bilk Qulch, in which Charley MurJen is interested, yielded $680 with one rocker, one day last week. Pres. Standefer, Has. Wood, Dad Hul vey, and others Uavo been doing well, in a awale, near the head of Shanghai Gulch ; but it is about to ' peter " out. Al. Peacock is making good wages in Day's Gulch ; Peter, the whilom devil in the Radiator office, has gone far down the creek, and thinks lie has twelve dollar diggings. There are thousands of others whose prospects I am not posted on. Pritchert and Barlow's tarin, which left Umatilla Oct. 14th, arrived here yesterday, being out six months and ten days. Tbey wintered on Uorae Prairie, and lost twenty four horses. John Hildreth has found a ledge nf...

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 May 1866

CO ""-i""iniirr oirataiiteer. Indians in Montana.- A letter from Sun River, April 22. to the Ra diator says : While Nicola9 Schern wasobopping wood in front of the farm house, he saw some ten Indians running down the river, in the rear of the building. Ho immediately Tan into the house to inform Ed, Huffman, alias Littlo Tex. ; but Tox had gono lor water; ho then ran up the ladder leading to the top of the houso, and saw Tex running down the river, and tho Indians close behind him. The Indians commenced firing ; Tox whoolcd and fired, and then fell. Aftor they had fired sever, nl more shots, they scalped und strip ped him. Nicholas Seliorn then fast ened the doors and opened tho port 'holes of the houso'; but, there being liotio in the rear, he could not sco what was going onln that direction. About this time, n party came in front of the house, somo- threo hundred yards dis tant, and commenced shaking Tex's Santa and scalp, and hallooing Wo aw 1 Gee ! &o. They then moved around...

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. — 30 May 1866

MM VOL. 1 VLLKS, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, HAY iJO, 1800. NO. 88, ountahuer, PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING, (SUNDAYS EXOKPTBO,) BT 1 E. G. COWK E & J. HiLLOUAN, KDITOUS AMD PROPRIETORS, Tkum 'i'ioy:it cen(t per week, payable to the carrier per month, by mail, $1; three months, $2 50; aix muntliB, $0 ; oue year, $8. Advertlbeueuts Inserted ut low rates. , Job Printing. . Kvery description of plaiu and fancy Job Printing exe uted with nt'iUiiuiiH and despatch, and forwarded s per n Jr to any part of the country. 1'aymciUJor Job iVin in ft mutt he made on dtlivtry of work. - XV. BS. IIOI tAS. l?rtiitlca.l Wtitclimulcer,' And Denier in FIXE WATCHES At JEWELRI, ' ' DALLES, OREGON. " ' "" ltulIiriiel 1857. BALDWIN BRO., '. DEALERS IN GROCERIES! - CORNER OF ' Main and Union Streets, Dalles. ' J. 0. BALDWIN mh21-tf F. W, BALDWIN. rTRNITURE! FURNITURE, DIEllLAM & WENTZ, .vWN,tWji. GLOBE HOTEL BUILDINO, feM5f3 Household Furniture, embraoing Table, Chnlra, Bureaus 'HedaidUeijHteKds,lleddlng,Cnrnets...

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. — 30 May 1866

Cry- lailg fPottttiaittOT. WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAI 30, 1SC6. Ala. Rort. Baow&, residing in Lino county, had his right leg amputated above the knee lastwee't. Thb fruit in Northern California and South ern Oregon has nearly all been killed by frost. ' Til city election in Indianapolis, Ioj., on April 8th, resulted in the election of the Union ticket by an average majority of nearly 4,000. . V. B. Carter, of the Corvallis Gazette, is preparing to commence the publication of a monthly p'apor, to be devoted to the temper ance cause, and to be the organ of the I. 0. of Good Templars. A Fizzle. L, Stout and Judge Wait tried hard to raise a crowd In Corvallis last week, to tell men how to vote ; but the people did not appreciate being bored, and so would not attend,, which causod the rally to fizzle. What has become of the Index t We have not seen its familiar face for about a month. We are inclined to the opinion that its Dem ocratic boiler must havo " busted " from an over-dose of bad...

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. — 30 May 1866

CV Satin fttoimtatucer. WHO HAS FAVORED NEGRO 8CF- Prestdonf Johnson, whom the Democracy bypoerionlly profess to endorse, said that if 4ie was in Tennessee he would endeavor to have the negroes vote. On the 15th of Au fiint, 1865, he wroto a lotter to Governor Sharkey, of Mississippi, in which he used this language : , -" I am gratififd to see that jou have or ganized a convention without difficulty, and "hope that without delay ihe convention will nine ill the Stute Constitution, abolishing sluvery, and deny future Legislatures power to make property in man. If you could ex tend the elective franchise to all persons of tolor who can read the Constitution and write their name, and to all persons of color who own real estate viifued at not less than 1 $250 and pay taxes thereon;, you would completely disarm the adversary, and set an -example that other State will follow. This you can do with perfect safety, and yon will thus place the Southern States, in reference persona of color, u...

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. — 30 May 1866

KOMANTIO BUT JDOUBTFUL StoUY OV Robert Lincoln. The Washington .correspondent of tlio Nashville Ban ner Buys: . . . ' " You romerabor Robert Lincoln, son of the late President? He was generally liked hero as tin amiable nnd intelligent young gentlemuii. not quito equal to his father in ability, hut of superior culiuro. A story is just now curront in which his oaruo Is so freely bandied, and bo universally, that, 8-joing-that all the parties are of jiublio notoriety, tlioro may bo no im propriety fn alluding to, it. Nearly two years ago, bo tbo story runs, Robi crt fell in love with a young lady whose father was at one time out of office and out of money. To bo in this condition in Washington is next to being convicted of forging a Gov ern men t bond or murder in the first degree, and the idea of marrying the lady in that condition was not to bo thought of. So the arniablo Robert sot about mending tho matter, and ra ado a desperate, effort 'le secure tho proposed father-in law a seat...

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