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About The daily mountaineer. (Dalles, Or.) 1861-1866 | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1866)
W KU xKaDAT Humane., Ja A Kt a 21, law.
This TJmatilTa Advertiser has re J
THE Pacific is advertised to leave
On this evening at 6 o'clock ; the More
tana Will aUo Bail this evening at 8
-; eompiisn, all or wmcii, tiiey maae luree aii-
OfrEOON IlKRALD "please X'T We Uerent visits to the camp. Capt. Williams
have been- sending the Mountaineer
to your address for some time, but do
not gut the Herald.
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Tfftf Walla Walla Statesman com-
plahlB that teams, which had come to
that town With faoility, Stall in the
Daniels, alius "Jloosier Dan," confined
at Umatilla, on the charge of being
the Orleans Hotel robbers, broke jail,
by cutting through the floor, on Mon
day lust, and effected their escape.
The Oregonian is of the opinion that
the opposition on tbe Willamette river
ij probably over. The facts have not
eome to light as yet, but a change of
eotno kind has evidently taken place
in affairs, by which the companies
tin. rmtinrnminAd.nr t.h Willnmnt.tfl
r , -
Company have sold out to tho People's
YESTERDAY two of the Bloody Four-
toenth first becamo drunk, and aftor-
wrrlb nr. ma nrl HUnrHa.lw th
ir i tt. i ,l v
jiuiauui scoter luutgub uosb w re-
move them from the Btreets to the
city lockup. To this they so strongly
ni.ifictfid' that ii vnlnntfinr nnsao ho.
camo necossary, and they were taken
iy main force to strong quarters,
where, afterwards, ono of thorn bad to
The Rush. The steamer Oneonta
brought up, yesterday, 273 passengers,
the most of them minors. Advices
from California give assurance that
wo may calculate upon a largo immi
gration from that quarter. From the
northern partol that State large nam-
t.ia' ui1l nnnt in fitrrti.ln.frs nnii tntlnn
1 1 c
IUCBU "n, we may
expect a largo accession to our popu-
1 ition east of the mountains tho com
ing summer. ' Of all' tho miners that
camo up cast of (Be mountains it ie
estimated' that fully two-thirds of
them are on their way to Montana;
while the remainder is distributed
among tho John Day and" Idaho mines.
A CoMfncAnoN. The last Legis
. laluro of Washington Territory passed
a'uforo stringent marriitgo law than
the ono formerly on their fetatuto
with tho intention of arresting
Bsible, the frequent marriages
It ' pOBS
taking ph.ee in that Territory, with'
cut law or liconse, arid among tho rest,
the numerous runaway matches from
tuis State. Under tho apprehension
that this law did not gn into effect un
til sometimo benco, Vancouver has
of late become a perfect "Gretna
Groen' and overybody was gotting
married there who could not do so
elsewLoro. It now turns out that the
law took effoct "from and after its
passage," berlco all of thesd marriages
aro null and void, in law. This ret
'minds us of the two old maids who
worked late one Saturday night, until
one' of them looking up at tho clock,
' saw it was Sunday morning, and cx
claimed, "Ln, mo! wo buvu commit
From tub Habnet Lake Country.
We have beerr kindly permitted to
make the following extracts from a
private lotter to a gentleman of this
Place from Mr- John Darrugh, dated
Camp Carrey, March 5th :
Tha? Indiana rrnvrr heen earrvinir on II livelT
campaign tins winter, having captured from
Gamp Wright eight bend of beef cattle, the
arne number of- cavalry horses and one tent
artrcies oi nine vaiue. xo ac-
bus been scouting around the most of the
winter, but has not been able to get a fight
out of ,he Indians. On one scout, made in
reuruary, d oau a rutin uy me uuuie ui ua.
McKay shot and killed by the Indians, on
the south side of Harney Lake. The cir-
cumstances were those: On a dark night, he
WRS B'n8 0,lt t0 relieve the guard placed
over tue animnls, ue received an arrow in
his arm, from an Indian but a few feet from
him, and when be turned to 6re, which he
did be received another arrow his side,
which caused his death in a few hours.
The First Sergeant of Mnjor Perry's com
pany was frozen to death while returning
from a scout during tlie roost eovere weather
of tbe winter. The command at this post
has been very energetic in scouting for In
dians f but like that of Ciimp Wright, has
met with little success. Whilo tho Major
was on a scout to Stein's Mountain, a few
days ago, with a party of fifty-five men of
his command, a party of Indians came to
wllum lwulve ol Kau,P Buu
and drove in the guard that was placed over
tbe bay. The expressman, Mr. Reed, was
attacked and chased for about five m'les,
nn(1 narrowly escaped with bis hair, when
0D bis t0 Can'P WrlBht- Lieu'- Hbart
immediately sent out a small detachment,
but they were unable to overtake the rascals
u hftS been ft milJ wintcr in thig countrv;
snow about Uarney Lake was not more than
a few inches deep, and Jay on the ground
but a short time. Ahout this camp the
snow was deeper; but tbe weather through
the month of February has been really de
We find the following noto from
Lieut. Pepoon, dated at Camp Lyon
March 2d, to Cupt. Walker, command
ing Fort 13oiso, in the Idaho Statesman
of tho 2d inst.
I have the honor to report that in
formation reached hero ut 10 o'clock
a. m., yestcrduy, that Indiana to th
number ot thirty or forty had mad
tboir appearance on Jordan creek
turantTv.ifra milim fi.rWY, ll.ta rnmt A
uUack wafJ raado on U)0 ,)0ug0 of D
Inskip, bis hay burned, nnd nil hi
stock driven oh. Cupt. White, with
twcnly-cigbt men, started immediate
ly for tho eceno of depredation, an
intends to follow tho marauders to
their hiding place. The attack was
made on tho 28th ult.
Habeas Conrus Cases.' On Wed
nesdny last lion. J. G. Wilson, Judge
of tho Cirouit Court, refused to allow
a writ of habeas corpus to issuo in the
case of Jasper Smith, Wm. Itodford,
George Greer, William J. Jones, and
James Evans, who wero held to np.
pear ns witnesses in the sum of ?5,000
each, in the case of tho Stale of Ore
gon vs. Dr. Eli Alderman, charged
will) participating in tho hanging ot
William Stoughton. On. the question
of onerous bail, tho Judge docided
that tho magistrates had tho power to
placa. them under any bonds which
they thought would insure their at
tendance as witnesses. He, however,
reduced the bonds to $1,000.-Umatilla
The BaowNsviLLK Murder. Tho
most horrid murder in tbe annals oi
ciimo on thin coast, wad committed
near Brownsville, In this county, on
rastJbriday. J. he first report cneu
lated regarding the inhuman crime
was that Mr. Sidney Smith, an old
resident of this county, bad killed his
wife and then committed suicide. An
inquost was held over the bodies nnd
evidenco there elicited charging the
I crime upon Thomas Smi.h, a brother
of the murdered man. Thos. Smith I
was immediately arrested, and. upon
preliminary examination, committed
to await trial beloro the District Court.
Ue is now in irons and closely guard,
ed in a room in tno uourt llouse. in
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this place. Albany Journal.
Goons At Cost. We would call the attention of our
readers to the fact, that Messrs. Abrahamson ft Kohlberg
are selling goods at San Francisco coat. Parties desiring
bay Clothing, will do well to examine their stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere. nil8tf
DENTIL NOTICE. -lining about to make a
professional tour to the towns and settlements up the
Columbia, I respectfully call the attention of those of my
patrons who are in need of Dental Operations of any char
acter, to the bet, so that they m ly have an opportunity
avail themselves of my services beforo my departure,
so desired. I will leav about the 20th of March, and
return to this place to rerume uiy practice, abont the
lHinoijuue. - i rati 1 j, n.uuKiifci.
Wasco Lodge, No. 15, P. A. & A. M.
ITolds its stated Communication on the Ftret and Third
Mondays of each month, at their hall, In Dalles City
Brethren In good standing are invited to attend.
dkth I., fori, Bocy. jsy order oi tue w. si.
Columbia Lodge, No. 5, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Friday evening at 614 o'clock. In Gates
Uall, corner of Second and Court btreets. Brothers In
good standing are invited to attend. By order. N. G.
I will sell at Pnbllc Auction
A.t lO o'clock, a. m.
At my Store, No. 100 Main Street, a large aaaostment of
Hair, Pulu and Straw Mattresses,
Chairs, Table and Uxiklng UlaweA,
Vos, Pictures. CuMery, I'luiod Ware,
HeadBtend-, HofaH, Lounges, Crockerj,
Kitcheu Utensils, Ac, ke.
Also, an IhaoIco of
Hats, Caps, Slilrts, Roots, Blankets,
ClKars. Coffee, Vickies, Tonmtues,
Cuu frnit, Ac, Ac.
JOHN WILLIAMS, Auct.
ONE HUNDRED MILES SAVED!
BY WAY OP
THE SHORTEST AND SAFEST ROAD
For Land Travel.
Distance from Dalles to Wlilte Dlnlfs..... .....100 miles
', White Bluffs to Pen d,Oiellle......l(H)
" " to Colvillo...' ...170
Travelers by land for either of the above Gold Fields,
Sayc Time Distance and Money
By taking the White Bluff, Road.
Wood, Water and Grass
Aro found on this Bond within oasy drives
The road Is now open, and poooesses advantages over I
any oilier uinii roiie irom me mines. .
PublMicd hv order of
THE CITIZENS OF THE DALLES.
Dnlles. March. 2U. 1800. in2U:ni.
Oregonian copy two months, and send bill to this oftlco.
Heal Estate For Sale!
fWllIAT DESIRABLE PROPERTY ocnnied l,v C. B.
Jl MKIO, Ei.,aitrmtedon the CORNER of SECOND
and FKDEKAI. streets, ono of the pleasantest locntiom
in tlie City, is oiu-rcn lor sale on rcasonahio terms. Tho
Dw.lllnn roiitnim FIVE ROOMS. U'aatlfullv Anlshed
vtiin I'iiAMKiti.u nai.i., a portico la front or tlie
Dwel Inn. and water on tlie premises. Sizu of Lot
The one and a half COTTAGE DWELLING HOUSE.
sltnated adjoining the ahove property, tin FEDERAL
street. Tins Is one of tlie piearantest locations, for a
small family, in ti e Dalles. Size of Lot 24x60. Ilonse
A COTTAGE RESIDENCE on the Bluff, in the vlclnltv
of tlie School House comniandinK a lair view of tlie city.
A splendid chance lor u party with sinnll means." Site
TWO LOTg of LAND, situated in BIOELOW'ft ADDI
TION, mi rlwllluir. in the rear of tho Methodist Church.
Siaa of Lots oOxlOO feet.
. The abovo descrlhed property Is commended to tho at
tention of capitalists who des:ro to invest, and to parties
Who may wihii 10 sernre oeiiruoie reHHloi.ccs,
Terms, which will be lll erul, made known on appliea-
(lun w ly" umiuiaisueur
f F TnE ABOVE DESCRIBED PROPERTY! IS NOT
M. disposed ol at private cale on op before
The 22d Day of March. 1S66,
The snme will be sold at Public Auction on thst day,
at 11 o'clocd In tlie forenoon.
JOHN WILLIAMS, Anoitonccr,
m!3td JOU Main Street.
FU11S, VCM)I, aud HIDES.
rjIIE HtOnEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR' ' '
, iPUHS, WOOL, AND IlIDB8, at
McCRAKEN, MERRILL A CO.'B
mhl83ro 16 North Fiont Street, Portland.
A LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO COIIN A BOTIM mnst
xA pay up by the 35th Inst., or legal
lit bad. Tkls Is tbe lust notice.
C0U.N ft 1KJU11.
lIlfWIAlVT Mill ..rni1110(iTAV
tt tt cj U1
J i-; W Kj) C7 iJ 1
10. ICO MAIN STREET, DALLES.
rim r'riEiiRTriKKi THANKvnr. vein. PART
A Favors, respectfully informs tle citizen of tha
Dalles, and the publft generally, that he continues tet
OR PRIVATE SALE,
liiocerlett, , ,
MockN, &.C. &.C.
REGULAR SALE SAYS,
Tuesdays and Saturdays, v
Cash Advances made on Consignments,
And PROMPT RETURN mnde of wiles.
Outdoor and Spocial Sales attended to in anr part ol
the city. -
JOHN WILLIAMS, Auctioneer.
J. J IX .T EH,
.71 a in street, nuiies,
WH0USAU AND KIT AIL DEALER IN T
CIGARS. TOBACCO, SNUTF,
ALWAYS IN ST0R1 Till BEAT BKAND8 OT
Cigars, Tobacco, Matches, &c.
P LATINO CARDS. . ; i .
COMBS and BRUSHES, o' all kinds,
PERKUMEKY, ot every description,
TOYS. DOLLS, etc.
FISH HOOKS and FISH1NO TACKLE,
FANCY OOODS. c
Also Powder.Shot, Lead, Powder FlaBks, Baskets, and
many other articles too numerous to mention.
4v liiteriordealers supplied with Cixurs. Tobacco. etc.
at less than Portluud prices, with freight added, oc-8
J. jrV. FOJMJES'
FAMILY GROCERY, FRUIT
CORNER OF WASHINGTON SECOND STREETS.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND the choicest articles of
FRESH BUTTER, EUUS.aud every variety of
NUTS, CANDIES, $c , p.,
Wholesalo and Retail, at Reduced Prices FOR CASH.
Also, dealer in . '
GIIAIA, FLOirR AD FEED,
of all kinds, and will do a
General Commission Bnslncss.
No charges for 8tornj;a on Qoodti aoty ou Coinmniott
I'rocpedB of Bale renntied prumptly, . jnlbtr.
COLUMBIA RIVER MINES t
A. H. BOOTH HABRT NITI80N.
BOOTH 8 NEVJSON,
Forwartllng anil Commission Ilercbnntav
. AND DULKltS IN OENERAT JlERCUANDISK,
Wliito Bliifl's, XV. X,.
f FREIGHT FOR COLV1LLK. UPPER' COLUMBIA; -5
KOoTENAI and llLACKFOOT MINES promptly..
Murk Goods B. t N, Wl Ite Bluffs, W. T,
,i RE'iMXCU: :
roaTUSD Jllcliards & McCraken, AUea Lewis, anil 1
lodge A Calef.
Dallis Bloch, Miller A Ce., Trenek A Oilman. '
J. W. GURLEY, DENTIST,
Main St., Uallei, Oregon.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
the' cMiAena of tliis placo add vi.
cinity, that huvint; returned from a pro
leesionai tour tiirouuii tlie mira. ne nas.
aenlu rcsnmed the practice of lENTlSTKY, in the room -formerly
occupied by him. In the building occupied hy '
wood liimeTi I'lritoprapn Artists, ana adjoining viai
dron Bru.' Drnir Store. Ho takes this method of ex
tending thanks, for the liberal patronage heretofore ex
tended to him, and solicits a continuauce of. the-sumo.
' - I.18T (ir: PttlUIS. . . . '
Entire Dentnro nn Gold Base $1S0 to t2 -
" Upper Denture, (lold Base , 90 ' 120 '
11 Denture, Vuhaullo Base...- 70 11 Via-
" Upper llentiire. Vulcanite Vkko. 36 " Uu
Gold Fillings Inserted from one dollar upward.
Ohihlrntis Teeth extraoted free af charge. ' sel3.tf
NEW STONE STORK, WASHINGTON STREET.
T1HE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully announce
that he will open a first class Saloon in Freuch ft.
Oilman's New Stons'Bnildliig, THIS KVEN1NG, and m
propared to serve cuitumets a 1th the'best of
Mines, Liquors and Cigars..
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KRK E r, u Ncir
Every day and Evening.
IVollce to Settlers.
THE rURLIO SURVEYS of Townships 4, North
Range, Hi East, ann 4-and 6 North llanire. S3 East
Willamette Meridian, Oregon, have been approved by the
Sirrv'eyor General of Oregon and the plats thereof, bear
ing dte, February 10, lkiB, filed in this office.
urri WADE, Register:
Band Oftlce, Oregun City, V
February gf, 1S6H.
' ' ' niOvtij
WE CALL TUB ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC
the fact, that we have concluded to give np bits- -tnesa
and there oro. all parties indebted to us MUST PAY
UP WI'AlllN MNETY DAYS or legal proceedings wlU
Uliad. . , 11. 1I110WN ft 11KO.
Daiita, Match 10, 18C6. mills'