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About The daily mountaineer. (Dalles, Or.) 1861-1866 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1865)
Epitome of Telegraphic News..
(compiled ihox tui orkjonian.
DATEa TO OCTOBER 31.
new urieam, uct. Z4. la reply to a com
municatlon from Gov. Wells, in regard to a
threatened negro jnsurrctina. in North.
Louisiana. Gen. Ganby says he will order
an additional force' to Shreveport, and thati
arrangements have already been, made to
disabuse the negroes uf any wrong impres
sions imposed upon them...
'. New York, Oct. 27. The- Uerald't Wash
ington special snyg it is positively known
here tuut the trial of Jefferson Davis has
been decided upon. The arrangements are
neatly completed. The trial will bo tor trea
son, and will take place either in this city or
Milledyeville, Oct. 26. In the convention
to-day a resolution was iniroduced to appoint.
a committee or five to memorialize the Pres
ident fur the re'iease of Jeff. Davis. An
amendment was offered to include all Con
federate prisoners. It was- adopted, by a
heavy majority. An ordinance nullifying
tbe ordinance of secession was adopted, andi
the resolutions of the secession convention
which were incompatible with tbe civil and
military laws of the United States, wro re
pealed. The ordinance to redistrict the-
State was adopted.. Seven congressional
districts are thus made. An election is or
dered for tbe 25th. of. November for Gover
nor,, Congressmen and.' Assemblymen. At
the eveniug session, the. convention refused
the State election. ordinance by a-vote of 233.
Columbia, S.. C:, Oct.. 26. Gov- Perry's
Message was read before the Legislature to
day, lie says that though his appointment
was made- several mouths after the other
provisional Governors,. South Carolina is
now as lar advanced in reconstruction as
any other State. He alludes to. the new
Constitution as popular, deuiooraticand is
inspiring tbe people with zeal and energy in
developing the resources of the States. Ho
recommends the fostering of internal im
provement and manufactures and the en.
oouragoment of foreign immigration. North
ern friends are invited to come. Tbe elec
fion of electors for President of the United
States should be given to the people, and an
early day fixed for. the election of members
of Congress. Should those' elected be in
Washington, with their credentials, when.
tlin r.lftrlc mllln thfl mil. tliftv nunnnt lift at-
eluded any more than those from Massttcbii
tetts. No man in South Carolina can. take
the oath' wiihout perjury. It is not the
policy of the President to enforce this, and.
he believes it will not bo the policy of Con
. cress An election is necessary for two Uni
ted States Senators, one for six years from
the 3d of March last, and the other lor the
unexpired term to March, 1867. He recom
mends the issuing of Slate bonds, and. the:
telling of them to pay the State debt and
avoid present taxation for the organization.
sf tbe militia.
Columbia, S. C, Oct. 27th. In tbe Legis
lktare to day a message was received from
Gar. Perry, transmitting a report of tb
commissioners appointed by the convention
to prepare a eystem of laws adapted to the
new State of affairs.. The report embraces
a bill for tbo regulation of tbe domestic re
lations of slaves.. The bill is a preliminary
step in that legislation induced by the-eman.
cipaiion of the slaves, and is a code for the
regulation of labor, and for the protection
and government of the colored people of tbe
State. The 15th of November has been fixed
for the election of members of Congress
New York, October 26. The Tribune' Jack-
ton (Miss.) correspondent says Governor
Sharkey's first order to his militia is that
they shall search the bouses of, the freedmen
tor arms ana.ammu-ntitoa.
Advices from Mississippi represent that the
condition of the freedmen is aggravated by
every possible evasion of the laws for their
benefit. Great precautions are being taken
' agninst tbo spread, of cholera, at. the east.
The treary abolishing slavery among the In
dian nations on. tbo. Arkansas frontier has
' boon ratified. HQnry S. Foote .took all the
necessary oaths to qualify, him to admission
at the bar, in New York, but the oath of al
legiai.:c, which, bo said be could not take
without. committing perjury.. The motions
W the Fenians, in Canada, are exciting-alarm.
i -x Btupenaous irauus in tue internal uevenue
collections, in Mississippi, have been discov
(Tea,, ana otucinis ot mgn. position arc, im
plicated. Charles Francis Adams, It is ru-
- mored, is to be recalled from England, to
take the place ot nr. Seward. Ualob Cusb
ioK, it is said, is to take Mr.-Adams' place
al the Court of St. James. . Provost-Mar
shals courts in Louisiana, Jiave been abol
ished, and freedmen are referred to the civil
John F. Miller, an ex-General of the Union
armies, has beon appointed Collector of Cus
toms at San Francisco, in the place ot Char
)uincy A; Brooks, of Portland, Oregon,
been annotated special agent ot the 1 OBt
iU'tment for Oregon.. And . Washint
lrin.hii 'I nrritorins.
'New Orleant, Oct. 27. The JTimet . Mata
moras correspondent of the 18tb,.says Corti
na? has 2,500 men and twelve oannon.. Tbe
foreign pickets were driven and pressed into
town by Cortinas. ' For 'five months there
has been a repetition of. these- scenes Cor
tinas, with. a. force estimated at from 300 to
500 men, is keeping SaltonaL's force inside
their fortifications. There-is no communi
cation with Bagdad except by the other Bide
of the river, and none at all with- Monterey
and the interior.. General Mejia rW order
ed all communication closed, with Breviach,.
Brownsville, and- the cbapparal. levelled for
the artillery. Mejia has about? 1.700 men
well armed and. equipped! but lacks officers-
and guns. Tbe native population are-docid-
-edly in favor of the Liberals.. U is believed
that tbe Liberal force is greatly exaggerated.
It is hardly thought tbat ibey will assault
the town, but probably, wall beseigs it and try
to starve it into submission or force the Im
perialists into battle-.. The. convoy so often
amen back to Monterey, bas at last started
with' an escort- of 1,000- French- troops and
lTalifa0kt. 31. The British Government
nroposes a' project for the appointment of a
Joint Commission to investigate tbe claims
of citizens of the two countries, growing
out1 of the- late- civil war; In- general: the
Enehsh cress does' not consider that the
British Government can concede tbe right
fulness of claims for spoliation, arising from
tbe depredations of Confederate cruisers
fitted out of British ports; but at the same
time concedes all questions of tbe kind
should be dispassionately considered,. and
acted upon with tbe sole view to do simple
and exact justice in the premises. It it con
ceded that the threatening attitude of the
Fenians is likely to give the British Govern
ment pew view of the duties of neutrals in
civil wars, and that the' application, of the
rules laid down-by Great Britain in our late
contest would not be agreeable to that coun
try.. The proposition of the British-: ts, in
substance, that a commission be appointed
to examine such claims of citizens or sub.
jects of the two countries as may be agreed
upon. Tuts is prooaDiy intenueu to exciuae
claims for damages inflicted by Confederate
WAGON & CARRIAGE I J
mitE UNDERSIGNED WOULD BESPECTFRLLY,
JL call the actetitfotrvf all
To the. Superior Stock of
Now In Store and mm to arrive,-.vf-hlch will be offered
to the trade on Llueiat Xerms...
OAK, ASH AND HICKORY PLANK
From 1 yi to t Inohesr
Finished' and TJhfiniehed OaS & Hickory
BPOKBS, from 1 to Inchee
OVIv & ELM HUBS
IuTalrs and Seta, from 6x8 to 14x16.
HICKORY Si ASH RIMS,
BUGGY, EXPRESS and SULKY SHAFTS, Finished and
BUGGY and EXPRESS POLKS. Finished and.UnftuUhod.
HICUOKV AX-LE3, all mon;
BUGGY, W AUON and EXPRESS nOWS;
OAK and HICKORY SCANTLING;
SAWED FELLOES, from V to S lushes;
HliWED TONGUES fur four horse and ox-deams;
SINGLE TREES j
LONG oud SHORT HOUNDS;
PLOW BEAMS and Handle. 4c. to.
The above atock was carefully selected In'the Eastern l
State, expressly to mei the uuiuauda or tins trade.
orders tor any ot me auove articles, including w Auun
SK.EJ MS, BO&tSS, 40 , will be promptly attended to.
II. H. LAW,
M Front Street, Portland,
ocl8:tf. Opposite O.S. N. Co.'a Wharf.
J TJ K E H ,
Main Street, Dalles,
WHD1H8ALX ATtV RXTaII DUUB IN
CIGARS; TOBACCO, SNUFE
P I P E'S', Ss o -
ALWAYS IK IT0B1 TBI fJESI BRANDS Of
tiigars, Tobacco; Matches, &c
PITYING CARDS, ,
POCKET CUTLERYl ..
COMBS and BRUSHES, 6' all kindly.
PERFUMERY. ot every description,
FISH HOOKS and FISHING-TACKLE,,.
FANCY GOODS. Ac.v
Also Powder.Shot, Lead, Powder Flasks. Baskets. amlJ
many ether articles too numerous to mention.
Interior dealers supplied with Clgara, Tobacco, eta.,
at loss than Portland prices, with froiitht added, oc-8
CORNER OF SECOND AND WASHINGTON STREETS
JOHN EPP1NGKR Proprietor
JL having fitted up the
atiore Market In the J1E.-T
STYLE, will keep constant- '
ly on haud all sorts of
I resit and Cured Meats,
Of the best quality furnished at the LOWEST RATE
My motto is to " PLE ASK ALA."
"ARTIES HAVINO SUPEUIOR STOCK FOR SALE
JL will do well to call at the Franklin Market.
JOHN EPPINQERr; .
Dallea, February 10th, 1868.
Merchants, Families,. Hotels aim;
JULIUS KRAEMER HAVING BOUGHT TUB F.N.
tire Stock of Merchandize and Book Accounts of the
late firm of M. Seller A Co., in this city, to which he has
added of hia.4wnJnfiortation.(whin doing business In-.
roruanu; an immense sioctt ot.tlie beat manufactured .
Crockery, , Glassware,
Plated H'are, Lamps,
Chandeliers, Table Cutlers
All Kinds of Oils,
Alf of which he offers at reiluceil rates. Pnnna J.ki
Ing to buy any of the abovomenthined articles, will d6
well to give me a call before purchasing elsewhere.
uruers irum mo interior promptly attended to, tna
goods paekud to go socure.
Buulo'a Stone Uuildlug, Washington street. Lnllea.
Don't tail ts call on ma.
Jirl.lIIA Kit 1 1'HVD
Dalles. March lTth,.lS0o mM7tf
Wholesale & Retail Druggists,
Slain Street, Dalles,, Oregon.
WE NOW OCCUPY OUR.NEW TWO STORY FIRE
proof Stone building, onnosite Bloch, Miller A
Co., and offer to the public a full and complete atock of
Drugs, Medlclues and Uuomlcnls, consisting in pare or,
LAMP WICKS & CHIMNEYS,
CASTOR AND INDIGO AND
NEAT3FOOT OUT, LANPULACK.
TRUSSES, SHOULDER" BRACES. SUPPORTERS.
Our stuck of FANCY GOODS i a of the finest and beat
quality; new styles ond large assortments, aucn as
LUBIN'S TOILET SOAP, iXBStt,
POMADES, . SHAVING, ,
HAIR OILS, CLOTIIKS,.
mmclNK. TOOTH AND
FANCY SOAPS AND NAIL BRUSHES-
TOOTH POWDERS, AND COMBS.
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS,
Our racliltlea lor buying gooas are seconn n none in
the State, and we shall at all times sen at a small ad
vance from cost. Heady sales ana small pronts.
Carefully compounded at all hours of the day. and night.
Dalles, sept. . ltieo..
OIL,. s 2 P. POMADES",
GLASS, frgjj g ft K IWINB.
ACIDS, W t 80Ap
g t ft
PAINTS,, S3 .nd
i- s I
BSrUSHKS, y r 3 FANCY
BLUBST0NE, f W ARTICLES.
THE PIONEER STAGE COMPANY
AFTER THE FIRST OF OCTOBER, AT TIM FOLLOW-
1NU REDUUEU KA1KS'.'.
To Ilolse City ..15 Cent! per pound
laaoo vii.r , su
Fas less amounts than ono hundred pounds an addition
ot rive ucniB .per pouna-wiu pe. charged.
To noise City 3 Day 8..
To Idaho City 3 1-2 Days.
to owy uee, 4 uay-H.
JOSEPH flNKJIAM, Aient.
Umatilla, Oct. 1,1865.. ocl&tt.
COURT' AND SECOND STREETS, DALLES OREGON
JOHN MICHELB ACH, . Proprietor.
WILIj KEEP , nn , i
constantly on hand all the varle-L'5 vX
sties that the market can possibly raU
allord, of U ii s
FBEgH & CURED MEATS,
and always of the but quality.
FAMILIES, HOTELS, AND STEAMBOATS
supplied on reasonable terms.
Tbe nndoraiffnea Is always nronared to pay tlie hlsh
est cuslLtirice-Ior VT CATTLE. Parties having stuck
ii coed 'condition, aro- requested to call on him bofore
going eisownra. tiuua iuiuucuiiauu.
JJHHOH, March sisMtioo. mnnitr
S. LAUBER & Co., Proprietors.
Will keep oonstantly. on baud the best
JTIEATS OF ALL KINDS.
A LIBERAL SHARK OF PATRONAGE la
m. aollclted. as we expect to keen as ko-1
an assortment of Meats and of as good as qual
ity, aa the country atrords: and will
Selivet the tame to Purohasert in the City.
Parties havini Superior Stock foraale will do well to
glfe us a caH beloro uiapoaiug 01 n eisewnere.
d. L&uur,H. a v;o.,
Southeast corner of WashlnKton and Third Slat
Pppoalte Ko.ter's Ulackstnith Shop;
Oregon Steam Navigation Co.'s
fTMIE FOLLOWING EATE3 OF FREIGHT have been
JL established:.: s.
Grain, Vegetable, Tallow, &c
From Wallula TJinatllln to Portland, t!6 00 per ton weight
Dalles to Portland lb
From.Wallula and Umatilla to Portland,. 40 02 per lb
Dalles to Portland. 1 "
' On Hides,
From Wallula and Umatilla to Portland, to SO each
Dalles to i'ortiana
Portland, Bep.,23, IBM. aep'i7-3mU
IMPORTER AND JOIillER OP
"Wines &c Liquors,
Portland, - - Oregon.
OFFERS FOB- SALB..A. VEEY. LARGE ASSORT
J ment of
M. BROWN &. BR0.,
WO.0LI8AU AND HITAU DULIRS IR
fANGV AND BTAPLW
VlrttUULiUliB, fKOVISlONS, &o.
Mr. M. DROWN, belnz a resident of San Jr.i,ri.
,ro enabled to otter great Increments to purchasers W
respectfully Invite the publle to eiamlneour atock befoiv-
'"is n u. UllO-tL
i Stone Store, mirth aide Mnin street. Dalles.
A It HALE.
THUnANDSOMB RES1DHNCE occupied" by A". W
BUCHANAN is offered 7 '
For Sale ata Low Figure.
Fra.prlvate realdenco, no more desirable locality conldl
be desired-. The grounds are ornamented with shrubbery
and the building, contains.
Tfin Booms, Finished la the Best Stvle..
and emhracea everv cnnvAnUnM.. t .
alrimr a Retired an.f Pleasant Hnme. conve,Z. Z .117'
ness, an opportunity is .now presented tbat seldom offori..
The House uud Furn ltnr u Ml l. ...i.i .. .. 71
WELLS, AROO A CO.'S'EXPRESS OFFICE.
W. GURLEY, DENTISTT
Mailt St., Dalles. Oretron.
Uf uui.li nasi'ECiTULLY INFORM
the CitizetiarOf tllin nliirn nt..l..L
cinlty, that having returned from a pro
lenaluual tour through the mlnea.ho.lnu
again resumed the practice of DKNTISTRY, In the room,
formerly occuple.1 Cy him, l the building occupied hi
wood i Butler, Phjtoeniuh Artists. n.i JTii.......... S ".1'
di on Bros.' Drug Store. Ho takes this ju. thod of
tandliw thanka. r,.- ii,. iii..", ' "" m
. . . pitiruongo iiFi-eioiore exa.-
Uuded to him, and solicits a co.tinuauoi ef the same.
liht or Puiota.
Entire Denture on ffold Base..;. i.0 fo soon
" tipper Dnturefold. Baie.... 00 M 120
" Denture, Vulcanite Base jo '
n , . Yi'.V,er Volcanito Base.... a 84,
Gold HIIUig inserted frunondoll upward.
Clillilrens1 leeth extracted free af charge. sel3-tf
MRS. L. -WHltTsT
1MEW PHOTOGRAPH EQOMS
HA" J WLY FITTED UP THE GALLERY over.
Dwruar a Store, euiulil riMini.ir,.itv A .......
those wishing ' -uc. to an t
rhotographg, Carts do Ylslto.
that they will do well to give her a call. Partlenisi. as.
tention paid to taking Ladiaa.ud cffie..Piotur.
THB IIKilf EST SIARKjEr-PHICJ Win IN CASH?
Beaver, Otter; MiiiK . and: Coon Bklng,,
Portland, JJcpt. 27. 1HU0.
Bjr RICHARDS McCRAKEN.
121 11 ISO & ODLI,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS ATLAVT
V ZA . .? lci TUB SUPltKMH AND CIR-,
- l'.rlb-ir.nli.....l..i . .. .. . .
O II II i aania ,, " "Cion of claims.
"tfMASON, DaUe,0n. J.. A, rinir.
The Trade la particularly Invited to examine bit
sxock ueture purctiMing eisewnere. atr-ir
Iuavb Tins vax r-purcniaed Tny stock of goods,
sold a lew day alnce to Mr. J.. It. Crnsaen. All
debts due the concern will be collected by me, and Dot
uy flirt vrossen, as neroiotore puousueu.-
neiiw , U, L. jkwkll.
FIRST CLASS, SECOND HAND PIANO, can be had
J.M. .on reasonable terms. . Jnuutre at thia Olnce, or of
t. BELT has removed hla office from Dr. Craig's
Drug more .to waiuroo a new Htone building, jip
THE UXDKRSIflNED BROS TO INFORM TUB CI T..
, "!''. '' end vlolultv that h. h rZSlZ ,
a nan .1IKA11UK, and will " '
uUisMu-tho city?" " ,h '
. tHa, May lL186fc . . "wl 8 '
N0TI0K IS HF.REBYGIVEN not to trust my wife o ,
. ml Mcouut, as I will not be responsible
nl:2" JULIUS LANOB.
i.Bbware of the fireenbaek.MaiiL
TrXhomas II. ISulfrer
It day paid me One Ilnndred and Twenty dol--ia.
OllkKN RACKS AT PAR. sart of which..
waa money I loaned him In U. 8. Gold Coin, and parlt
for .wages which was eontracled for In U. 8. Gold Coin.
DMIea, Oct, 80, 1806. ,o31;lwJ WM. H. SMART .