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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 31 May 1866

vol. r. D VLLK9, OUEGON, THDRSDAY. MAT 31, I8(i. N6. 8d. $5 ail) Uiintiiinur, ' 1'UBLISIIED EVERT EVENING, (SUNDAYS BXOKPTBD,) BY' E. G. COWAE K J. 1IALLORAN, - , BDIT0B8 AMD PltOPIlIKTORS. Terms Taetdy-fivectnti per week, payable to the carrier ,per month, by mall, $1 ; tbreo month,, ti 60 ; six months, $5; one year, $8. Advertisements lnierted at low rate,. Job Printing. Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe ted with neatness aud despatch, and forwarded a, per rder to any part of the country, Payment Jor Job Print inff mutt be made on delivery of work. w. is. i$oi i lass. Practical Watchmaker, ; And Dealer In FIXE WATCHES &. JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. J:tublllied It3?. BALDWIN BRO., DEALERS IN GiROCERIES ! CORNER 07 Ulaln and Union Streets, Dalles. J. 0. BALDWIN mh21.tr P. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE! FURNITURE; DIEKLAM &, WENTZ, atfWNITUa-, GLOBR HOTEL BUILDING. v&&W& uouscnoitt Furniture, tr.i.jYjiLembracIng Table,, Chair,, Bureau, 'wwiha Bed, and Ued...

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. — 31 May 1866

THURSDAY EVENING, MAI 81, 18C6. EtsaybodT go 'and bear Mi. Gaston's speech 41.1. Should the river continue to rise, a ferry on Main atreet will be a profitable investment. Tbi Canyon City stage la due. to-day. The Uge for Canyon. City will leave the stage office at 2 o'clock, a. it., to-morrow morning. Tbi tbird effort at laying tbe Atlantic cable will be made tbia summer. Tbe partiea inter-. sted feel confident of euocesa tbia time. - A DADdHTBR. of ex-Senator Qwin baa been married la Paris to a Mr. Coleman, of St. Louis, Missouri. ' ,' , Wi bave beard U aaid. tbat tbe; Democratic candidate for County Surveyor does not know oompasa wben be aeea it. How is tbat?; Gs. W. W. Wood, of ityssissppl, w.bo thought he could'nt. live in this country on ac count of. the Yankees, and went to Brazil, baa returned home. . . Jo-dob Bakstibd, of the United States Court in Alabama,, baa decided tbat a steamboat .captain who permits a gambler to awindle a passenger is. liable for tbe money lost..' 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. — 31 May 1866

'A iaito Hlonntemccr, Steam on ths) Dppib Snake River. A. cor Tespomlent of the Idaho Slatetman, writing from Owybee Landing, May 21st, gives an in ' tereeting description of an exploring trip made by the steamer Shothont from that place up the Snake river. The letter is loo long for publication in onr columns. We take the following from the correspondence : Just above the Bruno the river emerges from another canyon, not so deep as the first, but full of rapids, whiob the boat surmonnted without difficulty. At adisianoe of about sis 'miles we came to swift, rough water which, with eighty pounds of steam, brought the boat to a halt. The captain .backed out of tbe situation and tied up and proceeded to make explorations by land. We found two miles of rapid, swift and rongh water, with a considerable fall at the bead. With some doubt in bis ability to go over it, explain My rick ordered a full head of steam aud started again with one hundred and ten pounds. The Whole length of the rapi...

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. — 31 May 1866

nmiiinttT. EASTEBNNEWS, .Washington, May 21. Tbo Senate postponed Iho Constitutional amends ttient until Wodnesday, May 23d, and mado tho Colorado question the spe cial order for Tuesday, May 29th. Tbo Colorado Senators elect and otber friends of tho bill, are working strong ly to pass it over the veto. New York, May 24tb. The U. S. commissioner .has ordered the dis charge of Otto Burstenbindcr, deciding tba he could not bo bold for trial here, lie not having been personally engag ed in tho shipping of nitroglycerine to San Francisco, and being absent from tho city at the time, and also that he cannot be held responsible, for the crime committed. Columbus, May 24. Tbe Democrat io State Convention nominated Chas. Wikey, of Cincinnatti, for Judge of the Supremo Court, and II. S. Levern, of Shelby county, for Secretary of State, adopted resolutions declaring that the Domocracy will adhere to its organization and to its ancient faith as enumerated in tbe wcll'settled prin ciples of Thom...

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

" PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING, ijUNlMVa KXOKPTltD,) BV ' ... JE. G. CO H x C &. J.' UALLORAN, kBlTOHS AND PBUf HJKTOMij, . tins- Txmty-fire cents per week, payable to the carrier .'' per mouth, by mail, $1; three months, 2 60; six uiuntlm, a ; one year, is. Advertleemeut lnaerted at tow rate. . ... Job Printing. ' - Every lencrlptlon of plain itud fane; Job Printing exe ated with neatness and despatch, and forwarded a per rder to any part of the country. Fuymtnt Jor Job Print en mutt be made on dtlivtry oj work. W. BP. IHH . l, !. Prtxcticul Watchmaker, And Dealer la ' FIXE WATCHES &. JEWELRY, '...' DALLES, OREGON. ' , . ltalllMiiel 1857, BALDWIN BTtO., DEALERS IN ' j GROC KTIIE ! CORNKH OF Main and (Talon Streets, Dalles. . -J.0. BALDWIN., m'i21-tf F. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE ! FURNITURE , DIEBLAM Sc WENTZ. iuWNITIiA.. OLOBH nOTEL BUILDING, ' tifM Household Furniture, ajtjLmbrelir .Table, Chairs, Bureau W9 "UiEStofM jifg ami UedHteada, Beddln g, Carpot tc, ate., all of which will ...

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

FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 1, 1800. Dr. BbooiU has removed hs'ofllce to Fed eral street, nearly Apposite E. P. Fitzgerald's store. " ' ' ' ' ' '' Mb. Winans, of Baltimore, has presented $25,000 to the managers of tbe Southern Re lief Fair in tkat city. Rbmbmuku, if you vote .tbe Democratic ticket on Monday next, you vote to send .Toe Lane or Rev. Joe Smith- to the U. S. Senate. Tmf Pennsylvania Legislature has disfran chised all deserters from the army and navy during tbe late war.. " 1 Tub report of the Chief of Police of Mo bile, for the quarter ending April 1st, shows that 1,753 ivrroeM were rondo-in, three mouths, of which 1,132 were white", and 622 blacks. Tbi proposition before tbe Iowa Legisla. ture to- amend the Constitution by erasng the word "-white" from the article on suf frage has passed both Houses. Mb. Jom R' Hooo, one of the absconding Tennessee legfslatorstbai been expelled from that body, of whioh be was considered an unworthy member-.. - FoBTT'or fifty Indians near 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. — 1 June 1866

lailii iclonntamccr. GRAND UNION RALLY tifms.- ... 5 ' .MR.' J. GASTON WILL ADDRESS TUB CITIZENS OF DALLES CITY, THIS EVISINING, jst Kveryli My turn om tun near uuui a;uii;w hb , particularly Invited to ue preneiii. A New Invuhimn. Th S in Francisco Call .ays that man uamed B' T. Barlow, living In Ban rianci cu. u-ie iiirnncu ...... chine for nailtnit hoot anil shoe heels and soles, - and it) more su-prising W its operations and ' destined to be quite 8 useful in its way as i-fha .ewintf mat hine. This new machine makes nails and drives them home at one mo tion,, aud with it a man can easily make and " drive one hundred and sixty nails in a mluute. The maehine ' j'ga'' the nails, points them, beads, drives them how, tnd clinches them, all at one nvtion. An entire machine will not weigh to exceed ten' pounds, and tt can hn readilr adiofted so as to cut nails from ' two It ches in length down to the thrirty-sec ond part of au inch. U can be used for riv; etlng fcelts, or for any other...

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

, y Mpr" t v--'"" isa5x kiip-TIn ew777 ' "JTasiiVon.'May 21 The whit-key nd tobucuo 'interests aro represented 'almost daily before the Ways ' and Means Cbthrnittoe. The delegates to. Wesentirig the whiskey dibtillers ure urgttig the reduction of ibe ' tax lo We dollar per gallon on diiHil..ed.srii. 'its. They claim that the manufactur ersand Government would be largely benefited. - ' . WashingtonM&y 22. In the Senate, Mr. Williams, of 'Oregon, introduced a Mil granting lands to aid the 'construc tion of a railroad and telegraph Irom Salt Lake to the Columbia river. The bill opening the pTiblic lands ot Ala bama, Misissippi, Arkansas and Flor ida to settlement under the Homestead laws, without reguTd to color, and ox tending the act to late rebels who take the oath of allegiance, was debat ed and passed. Mr. Sherman spoke iot two hours in advocating the bill for consolidating the national debt. The House passed the Bankruptcy bill reported last Tbursday-ihe bill reported by a se...

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

1 .J ' I- CI 3 .1.-.. .. fjwwiwwi rr M tKKSiasxs vol., r. ISO. Ol. rt'BLISllKD EVERY EVENING, ! . S SUNJAYj BXOKPTcD,) BV r, U.' G. COWAIE & J. HAL LOU AN, BDIT0H3 AND PUOPltlKTOR:!. if--:. . Terms Twenty-Jlvecentt nor wink, payable to (lie carrier i ! per mouth, by wail, l; three mouths, (IN; aix ntvnths, ib ; ouu year, $8. Advertisements inserted lit V. . Mm MM, i . ' ' Job Printing. Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe rted with uoutiiess and donpatoh, and (brwarded aa per ardertoany part of the country. iayiKinLJor Jtb Print 4nff mutt he niude im itolivtry ut work. - .XV. BJ, LtOKiU$K. , Practical Wutelinmltor, And Dealer in .JFINE WATC HES At. JHTELUY, ' " ' ' D.i llfiS, OREGON " " ' : BALDWIN BROj . i . .... DEALERS IN ;, i CilllNEH OF V' '- ' Main n nd Union Streets, Dalles. .-J.O. BALDWIN,., nihzl-tf F. W..DALDWIN. , ftJRNitURE! FURNITUW1 " DIERLAM &c WEISTZ. : vjflNjTUWj, GI.OBK HOTEL' BUILDING, j1 f .wefWytja iiiiujcBuiu ruiiuiurc, 'r vijl embracin...

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

J cay outttainecL SATURDAY EVEJUXG, JUNE 1, 1866. Go and hear Gov Gibbs aud Col. Hawkins this evening. ' - : v I We notice quite a number of onr countVjr frfenda in town to-dfty, who have come in to listen to the speakers Ibis evening. . . : . Capt. Lafollet's Company of the 1st Ore gon Infantry, will be here tomorrow-afternoon, from Camp Polk.. . Whoisvsb votes for James DT Fay votes for a secessionist, who be. ieves in. the divine right" or any .State to break up the Union. Tub wharf boat of ih 0. S. N. Company was yesterday towed to opposite Mr. Fitzger ald's store, where the steamer will land dur ing high water.. A osntlkman who, ar ired'from Umatilla last evening, informs us that the Union ticket in that county will be oloeted by a handsome majority. Tub Canyon City stage hrfs not yet ar rived, although now over line three days. It is (cured that some Indian difficulties hare tirovented it from making its regular tlmo. Votb the whole Union ticket. Do not scratch a name. Do not ...

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

"I fixe jTi I Vt . . l. ' i GRAND UNION RALLY GOV. 'A.. C. GIBBS" .. ' !. . . ' AND . . . ' . : GOT J HAWKINS WILL ADDRESS TUB 'MTIZKNS OF DALLES CITT, THIS ''At 8 o'clock p'm., on the corner of Washington and ' Second litre. t-1. opposite Froucli A. Oilman. Everybody turn out tint lieur hlml Democrats are particularly invited to be present A"Jonks" Convicted. At tbe candidate's meeting ui Aurora the other dav. Samuel Brown, a candidate on he Union ticket for Htate. Senator, ciiart!.( M Savage the Copperhead candid te, with being a member of the itBsitssiuating, Democratic secret league o" Old Uuaids.". . Mr. Savage fiercely denied it and demanded the prof ' Mr. Brown called on a well known gentle man in the crowd to testi y what he knew of the mat er. He arose, and turning upon Savage, said . cltberately : " You 'old me in tbe presence of my moth er that you bel ng d to the ' Old Guard' or Jones Fami y,'aud that the Democrats were 'organized all over tis State for tbe purpose of re...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 2 June 1866

ieUa&dtf2S EAfTEBN INK WW.- .1. Chicago, May 23 Secretary Sward ninde attpoocli. at' Auburnifew Yorkj 'last nigtvt eayi'ng : " Tho National life lately .hulrg on tho issues of victory won in war-. ItBtillbatvgs uj on the iHsuesof reconciliation and penco. The nation ,TOU8t live, it must live forever wholh er it Tocelves the needed care in any exigency at the . hands of our pres ent Congress, or party, or at live hands of another. I agree that is more de sirable that the work ho happily be. gon and' so BiiccosHfully protocuied nhall bo continued, and indued under the ; auspices of tire National Union party, and of the President and Coo-' greBS as representatives of that party. I agree, therefore, that would bo a bad, misfortune if the divergency bey tweeti the President , and Cotigress should work the decline and. dowm Tall of the National Union party. Both "the 'President and Congress might be expected to be equally involved iri.the; calamity which should dismiss the Un. ion par...

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

' '' '-':vt 1 lC IaV a ' A i riAAi I AA. j I f H IT si .L3tUti TT Wi i ir ir . ' . V,.1.. .V i , -, VOL. y. DALLES, OREGON, MONDAY, JUNE 1800. NO. S. PUBLISUEl) EYERY EVENING, ; " (SONDAYS IXOIPTCO,) BT " ' E. O. COWSE &. J. IIALLORAN, ' IDIT0R8 AND PROPRIBTOHg. ' ' ' llKMI TttKHly-JlvtcenU per WMk, payable.to thecarrier per month, by mull, SI; three month, $2 60; ill months, S6; out year, $S. Advertisement Inserted at low rate. ' Job Printing. -Erery deeerlptlon of plain and fancy Job Printing tie ted with neatness and deapatch, and forwarded aa per order toanjr part of the couutrjr. Payment J or Job Print inff mutt bt made on delivery oj work, W. U. 101K1,1SS. Practical Watclxmulior, And Dealer l FIXE WATCHES it JEWELRT, DALLES, OREGON. T ' ' Established I8C7. 13 ALT3vIn 33R.O., . DEALERS IN ,;.! ; CORNER Of Main and Union Streets, Dalles. J.O. BALDWIN mhJI-tf fF. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE J FURNITURE " DIEItLAM & WENTZ. .iXAMITy. . 0 LOB It UOTKL'BDILDINQ. Household 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. — 4 June 1866

MOXDiT EVENING, JUNE 1, 1830. Irt order that we may be around to-day we publish a paper this morning. TUe exci'e raeat of the election and thai every man should do his whole duty in defeating this monocracy party recommends this course to us. . In VQting for Kelly you support repudiation. His party is pledged to it. Ir you vote, for Fay or Lane you support men wbo voted la the Legislature to change the location of the Branch Mint to Portland. Let every man wbo desires to soe the coun ty prosper vote for Wood and Mays, Union candidates for County Commissioners, Voti for Reed who has honestly and faith fully discharged the duties of. County Clerk during tbe past two.veacs. Vote for George W. VTaldron, who every body know to.be a good, honest and compe tent man one. who owns property and is thoroughly identified with us. The-friends of Senator.Nesmith must be up and doing to-day. See that tbe Union can didates for the Legislature are elected, and thereby elect your friend. . Iv you vot...

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

C3J laifg ' Motwtsraccr. 8T4ND AT THK POLliS. , Let (be Union men see to it turn the poll ere well guarded, end that none but qualified voters aro allowed to vole. Challenge all votes you bave doubts about, and protest against tbo-e that you know to be fraudulent. Dj not be intimidated by threats from chl longing any person you suspfcifln. The luw protects you in it. The following is the law which governs elections : ' 11 any person or persoos shall, by menace, threat or violence, whether armed or unarmed, intimidate or prevent, or attempt to -intimidate or prevent, any person from challeng ing another voter, or to prevent any p-rson from voting, such person or persons so of fending shall, upon conviction, be punished toy imprisonment in the penitentiary, not less Xhan one, nor more than three years. That all wbito male inhabitants over the age of twenty-one year?, who fhalf have re- sided within this Stale for six months neit preceding an election, or bare declared their intention ...

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

r,-. flitntainm EAfsXEIN NEWS. , Washington, May 28th. 4;n tbV "Senate, VVilxon of Massachusetts, lien. derBOD of Missouri, Yuri "Wiukle Of "West Virginia, Johnson of :Maryland and Buckalew of Pennsylvania wore appointed a speoiall committee to in vestigate the oondition of the Nations a Banks.. .. . ' The Senatorial caucus renewed its Sessions this mowrfng and also in the! evening. . There was a lull attendance ; bat no vote was taken or any definite conclusion reached, the various Sena tor ba'vrrfg previously expressed their -views tm the reconstruction programme.- Pessenden of Maine (How ard of Michigan and Grimes of Iowa1 were appointed a committee to draft the report on the same. Neither Doo little of Wisconsin, Dixon 'df 'Connect icut nor Cowan of Pennsylvania were Invited to attend the caucus. It seems to be the well setl'idd opin ion in official quarters, that Davis' trial will too postponed till next X)a tober. Tbere seems to bo food eu tbority for denying tho statement whi...

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. — 6 June 1866

VOL.. T, DALLES, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE O, 1800. NO.03. : , ,. . i . , i ... 0untaiiun" flBLlSlIED EVERY EVENING, (SUNDAYS (XOKPTgD,) BY 12. G. COWKE & J. IIALLORAN, ' EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS liana TwcHty-ftveemtt per week,1 payable to the carrier iper immtli, by mail, $lj tlireo months, $260; six mulith, one year, $8. Advertisement Inserted at low rate. , - t Job Printing;. Kvery description of plain and fancy Job Printing ex nted with uuutneea and despatch, and forwarded as per order toauy part of the country. liyuntJor Job Print in? mwtt be mucie on aWseery of work. IV. II. DOlt.iL AN. Practical Watchmukor, , And Dealer In .' VIKE WATCHES . JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. Establislaed IS57. BALDWIN BRO., DEALERS IK GROCERIES ! 'vj i CORNER OF '..'- Main and Union Streets, Dalles. J.O. BALDWIN ' mh21-tf F. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE I FURNITURE DIERLAM & WENTZ, - -J HITIaj OLOBN nOTEL BUILDING, OT!''i,fij Dallei City, hare on hand a variety f Household furniture, J! jSLiU&ikiS rL...

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 June 1866

(23 lailg Piflttutaiirar. WBflJJEgDAT EVE.VIXO, JUNk 0, ISM. FttOK VVH1TH BUllFPS. Whiti Bluffs,. Jum 3d, 1886. ; Eowpit Modhtainmb : Yflnr paper toiog a strong advocate of the new route to Montana'; by way of this place, I thought a few lines re lating, to that subject would be interesting to your reders, and wunhy of publication. , , WHITS BLUFf! Is situated. on the east bank of the Columbia., fifty mUeswboveWallula, and derives its name ' from tht bluffs in its vicinity..." 'Previous to the dHcovtry of the BUckfoot and Big Bend rolnei It was a source of supplies for the mines on the upper Columbia, and was gene rally known to the traveling public as Whjte Bluff Kerry j but since the discovery of the above ntmed mining regions. it bas grown to importance la'tbeeyes of business men and capitalists na shipping point to the vast gol'd , regions of Montana, .and .will eventually bave st good-trade with the mines in the British ' possessions. The distance from ." ' .DALLES TO WUJTB DLD...

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 June 1866

C3J onntaiuccr. Epitome of TclesraphUr News. COMPILED fROX THE OREOONIAX. , DATES TO MAY 1. ' Chicago, Jun 1. Th8 Fenians invaded C tiudit In t mailt, crusting Nm?rn river tuur milts below B ilf.tlo, about 1.6U0 strong, aud were to-dny intrenching thein8ulvej to resist AlUuk. Tfiey ate CD'tiiumicleil by Col. II. It. Siag- aud GjI. O'Neil, the Utter from Nash ville, Tennessee T ie troops (Comprise vol unteers frunv Hie V.-3t 11 nt Northwest, and tje crowing m eff:ctH by sienna tligs and ennui boats. Ureal fxcileuient prevail; in Buffalo and Oituarl West, and report indi cate a .movement by the Fenians from R icbes- ttjr, Buffalo aud other laud p.iin's on a larn , scale to join forces in Canada. II -porta also indicate lare bodtenof Fenians at Si.' Albans und 'points along the Si. Lawrence river. threatening a. snail ir invasion, and reinforce menu are ruoviur from Bostun, New York and Ilia 'Eastern Stttss to insist Gen. Swee uey. . This Fenian army of invasion is under tho anspicei o...

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

CM tiimiiiTiTii ntTTtirrmrsyiii ," West fointfJ!?. Y., May 29. Lieut. . .'Gen. vWinfield Scott died this morning ' ut half past 11 o'clock.- ,. Washington, May 29. The Sermje, by unanimous 'vote ot 43 ayes,' struck out the 8d section of the constitution utl amendment, when Howard offered a substitute us agreed to in caucus, as follows : No person shall be a Sohuior or .Representative in Congress, or elect or for President and Vice President, . or hold any office, civile military Hinder the United States, or undornny 'State, who having previously tuken tin oath as member of any Slate 'Leg islature, or an executive oj Judicial officer of any State, to 'Support tfio Constitution of the tJnited Sta-tes, shall have engaged in insurrection or rebellion agaiixst t'bo same, or given aid and comfort to the enemies thereof ; but Congress 'may, by" vote of two thirds of each bouse, remove suclrdis ability. jHowaVd also proposed an amendment to the &rBt section byeub stituting the words, " ...

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