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About The daily mountaineer. (Dalles, Or.) 1861-1866 | View Entire Issue (April 10, 1866)
TUESDAY MOKNIXO, APRIL f9, 18GG.
On Saturday last, Wells, Fargo &
Co. brought down $30,000 in treasure.
Remember, the auction sale at Mr.
Prank's, on Main street, this morning.
Bargains may be expected.
Sport. Quite" a spirited footsraco
carae off yesterday morning on Socond
' Cot. CorpiNGEii'B company, of the
lith U. S. Infarilryi will' soon be or
dered from Fort Dallas to Fort Boise.
Da. Duncan will deliver the seventh
Lecture of the course, nt tho Congre
gational Church, this evening.
Wb noticed Cupt. Borland, of the
1st Oregon Inf., in town last niht.
His company will arrive from Five
Mile crock to-day, where they cnmp
ed last night, and will soon be mus
tered out of the service at this placo.
Hon. J. D. Fay, Democratic nomi
nee for Congress, addressed a large
mooting at tho Court IIouso last even
ing on tho political issuos of the day.
Mr. Fay is a good speaker, and prom,
ises to make a livoly canvass. lie
was followed by Mr. Barnum, of Union
county, who made a brief fipooch.
Tns Herald is anxious to know why
tho Mountaineer does not hoist tho
Union Slate ticket. Wo will state
for your benefit that tho Mountaineer
belongs to no party or clique; but its
advertising columns are open at ttU
times to both parties, whore they can
have their tickets published as other
Majou Blake, late of Wolls, Fargo
& Co.'s Express and Major Robinson,
an expurieneod assayer, loft the Dallos
on Saturday last, for tho Suswap
country. Those gentlbman go to su
perintend the working of a silver
lodo lately discovered there', and for
which the British Columbia Gold and
Silvor Mining Company was recently
organized in Portland.
h Tns old council hold their last
mooting yesterday evening, and all
, the new municipal officers took their
oaths of office and qualified. Mayor
N. H. Gates, in a few briof remarks,
thanked the old council and city offi
cers for the gentlemanly and prom pi
manner in which tbey had performed
their several duties, and the old coun
cil returned a vote of thanks to Col.
Gat" 85 whon tho meeting adjourned.
The new council meets again on
-next Tbursdny night at 7 p. m. .'
x Fins. On Sunday last, at about 2
o'clock, an alarm of fire was given, 001
casionod by tho burning of a tempo'
rary kitchen attached to the residence
of Judffo Wilson, on tho bluff. The
whole fire department was out prompt
ly; but. owing to the great distance
and the advancpd stage of tho fire bci
Fore it was known in town,the"boys"
did not reach tho spot till the fire bad
nearly exhausted itself by entirely
oonoumiog that part of tho house in
which it 1 originated. Fortunately
there waa a strong wind which aided
the efforts made to Bave the main
building. Judge; Wilson saved his
' house by determinedly standing up to
and fighting the fire, and we regret to
have to add tbatt in consequence bis
lrce is bjidly burned, bq much BO,.tbat
it is an entire blister.
A Wat to 3top Indian Depreda
tions. We have been shown a Jotter,
addressod to N.'II. Gates, of this city,
by a gentleman residing on the- Can
yon City road, in which it is staled
that tho people of Canyon City, exas
perated at the repeated and long con
tinued outrages of the Snake Indians,
have raised a fund, and offer a bounty
of 850 for scalps. It is urgod that tho
people of the Dalles ought to take
similar action if they wish ever . to
render this important tributary to
their prosperity a road which can be
traveled in safety. This is a harsh
and barbarous mode of proceed u re,
but if it is the only way which can he
devised to remedy the existing evil,
the value of white life, and the impor
tance of a civiliaed rospeot for tho
rights of property are not to be weigh
ed againet the extermination of a
murderous, predatory horde of red.
skins. The loiter lurther states that
fresh outrages are becoming more and
more frequent, and that plenty of par
lies are willing to riBk their lives to
socuro these bounties, and rid the
couptry of these pests.
Tue Mining Bureau. We find in
the National Intelligencer the follow
ing, which we commend to all persons
having it in their power to contribute
specimens. A collection 01 ibis na
ture, properly labelled, accessible to
everybody who visits our National
Capital, will not only be an invaluu-
ble and interesting museum of itself,
but will be a most substantial expo
nent of the wealth of our country to
tho representatives of other nations :
The Secretary of the Interior has
prepared a circular, addressed to alt
the mining companies of the gold and
siiver mining companies of tho West,
requesting ihem to present specimons
from their mines of all the various
ores. Within two years, it is tho
opinion of the secretary, wo wilt thus
havo at the Patent Office the richest
and most varied and instructive cabi1
net of precious ores that exists any
whore in tho world. This measure is
introductory to the establishment of
a Bureau of Mining and Minerals,
which the Western milling interests
The J?ews. It will be seen by a
telegram in to-day's issue, that the
U. S. Senate has passed the Civil
Ilights Bill over the President's voto.
A' bill has passed both Houses of
Congress, granting the right of way
to the Cascade Eailroad Company
over the military rcservo,.at the Cas
cades, Washington Territory,.
It is estimated that under existing
orders, nearly, if not all, of tho volun
teer force of tho Government wiirbe
mustered out by tho 1st of May noxt.
; The Victorians are having a little
scare over Fenianism.
A. Political Olla Podrida. The
eastern dispatches contain the follow
ing; When buoq heterogeneous ele
monts combino, spoils, not principles,
are the object. ' .
A National Johnson Club hag been or
p-nnized, with Montgomery Blairns President,
Charles Mason as Secretary, James Gordon
Bennett, Ward li. Lftmon, Uornehus Wen
dell, Jobn V. Coyle, editor of the Intelligen
car, and James Hughes, as -the executive
committee ; and among the Vice Presidents,
one being from each State, are James W,
Dawcr, California; Blank Puett, Nevada; J.
VV. Nesmith, Oregon ; Dean Richmond. New
York ; Asa Parker, Penn., Senator Seulbury,
De'eware; John I . Stockton, New Jersey ;
James Guthrie, Kentucky ; Augustus O.
Dodge, Iowa ; Robert McLellan, Michigan ;
Alex. II. Stewart, Virginia ; Senator Norton,
Minnesota ; uavia ioaa, ume j james u. urr,
South Carolina; Marcus J. Partott, Kansas.
Wasco Lodge, No, 13, A. F. & A. III.
Holds Its stilted Communication on tlie Pint end Third
Mondays of eucli month, nt tliclr hall, in Dalles City.
Brethren In pond standing uro Invited to aMonfl.
Sith L. Pors, Scc'y. lly1 order of Ilia W. M.
Columbia Lodge, No. 6, I. O. O. F
Meets every Frldny trolling at 7 o'clock, lu Gutos
Hall, corner of Second and Court Streets. Brothers In
good standing are Invited to attend. I)y order. N. O.
DENTAL NOTICES... -Bolug about to make a
professional tour to the towns and settlements up the
Columbia, I respectfully cull the attention of those of'niy
patrons who are in need of Denial Opomtions of auychar
octer, to. the fact, so that they nny have nn opportunity
to avail theiusi lves of my services before nr departure,
if so desired. 1 will leavo abnnt the UOtli of March, and
return to this place to resume my practice, about tho
WthnfJnne. fJTtn J. W. UUKLkY.
Democratic State Ticket.
JAMi:S l. FAY,
. Of Jackson.
JAMES K. KELL , '
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE:
FOR STATE TREASURER;
JOII.11 C. HELL,
' FOR STATS PRINTER:
Union State Ticket
IlIFUS itl.il. LORY,
GEO. L. M OODS,
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE;
SAMUEL E. MAY,
FOR STATE TREASURER:
E. IV. COOKE,
FOR STATE PRINTER:
W. A. MclIlEUSOi,
Of Linn. .
FOB PROSECUTING ATTORNEY FIFTII DISTRICT:
V. II. MEIGS,
- . Of Wasco.
a. beiiies oir
Literary and Scientific Lectures
ntrHICIl has been In contemplation for some -time,
js now ottered to the people of tho Dalles. The
first Lecturo of the Series will be given
and one each Tuesday Evening thoioafter. throoch the
Series of tight Lecture.. The proceeds will bo divided
between the Congregational ond Methodist Sabbuth
Tickets for tho Course : : OXK DOLLAR.
Single Admission, Fifty cents.
This lecturo will be delivered by DR. DUNCAN, In
the Congregational Church lecture will commence at
7U o'clock, Subject: THK MAMMi.TII CAVK.
Tlx following geutlemen ar oxcvcled to deliver each
Rev. Dr. Benson, Portland;
Rev. lr. Atkinson,
Itev. Mr. Cnffrey, " "
Judge 11111, Canyon City; '
Ju Ige Wilson, Dalles',
Kev. Mr. Driver, " .
Prof. Roland, "
. J. A. Odell, Esq.,
Rev. T. Condon, "
flHE FOLLOWING COUNTY ORDERS will bo paid
JL upon presentation at my office :
When Hegittcrtti Otau. An. In farm of.
July 14,1806 , 6 ICS R W Cmndall.
" 11, " -..5 .103 K D Crundall.
" 17, " .........1 "
Aug. V, " m'. 6 1KO J B ITarford.
" " " 6 '1 T M McAuslln.
S'Pt T, " ....6.....23a .1 B Harford.
Sept 8, . ' 6...........24S T M McAuslln.
Nov. 0, ' . 5,........2f.'i . 0 R Meigs.
Nov 10. " 6 .801 J B Harford'
Nov 10 " 6 .270 '
Dec. 8 ft o7 " ' " "
Deo 12 " ....6 ...171 Jesse Keel.
Jan. 6 1866 S .464 J 11 Harford
Jan 13 ......6 .446 . J Kllelt
FU9 " ft 484 BWMItcholl.
aOdft IL JlW A LDRON, Treasurer.
I will soli at Publlo Auction on
Tuesday, April lO, at 10 a, m.,
All tho Household. Parlor and Kitchen "Furniture at tho
rssldencvt of S. Frank, on Main Street, adjoining the
Sofas, Chairs,' .'
Beds, Bedsteads, . . , '
Hooking Glasses, Crockorn
Cutlery, Stoves, hot, o..
Tlilt sale will be pnsltlvr, and wlthont ressTTe. .
v JOHN WILLIAMS, Aueti
Dlt. 33. W. MITCHELL.
. Orrtci WALDRON'S BUILDING.
REiryto Corner of Third and Washington Btreotl
AUCTION AKD COMMISSION
No. ICO MAIS STKEET, DALLES.
THK UNDI'RSIONKD THANKFUL FOU VKbT
FiiYora, renpctfuH informs Die citifpnx of thw
Unites, uud tli public generally, that lie coutiiiucs
ell nt -
OR PRIVATE SALE,
General Merchandise, -iiiocerieN,
MocKn, S.C. &.C.
BEOCLAR SALE DATS,
Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Cash Advances made on Consignments,
And PROMPT RETURN tmde of sales.
Out door and Special Sales attended to in any part ot
tho city. "
JOHN WILLIAMS, Auctioneer.
SELLING OFF AT COST!
J. GOETZ & CO..
STONE BUILDING, WASHINGTON STRKKT, DALLES,
OITcr their well-selected stock of
ST A. T I O NEEY-
SAN" FKaNCISCO COST.
J . JTJK EE,
Slain Street. Dalles,
WHOLESALE aKD RETAIL BEALIE IK
CIGARS. ' TOBACCO, SNUFF,
ALWAYS IN STORE TUI BEBT BRAKDS OF
Cigars, Tobacco, Matches, &c
1 SLAYING CARDS.
GOMUS nnd BKUSHKS, o' all kinds,
PKRFUMKKY. ot every description,
TOYS. DOLLS, etc.
FISH HOOKS and FISHING TACKLE,
FANCY GOODS, c.
Also Powder. Shot, Lead, Powder Flasks, Baskets, anV
many other articles too numerous to mention.
4ar Interior dealers supplied with Ciirars. Tohacce.ete.
at less than'Portland prices, with freight added, ec-ft
GATES &, CIIJPIIST
WHOLESALE it RETAIL
STONE BUILDING, WASHINGTON STREET,
Importers and Jobbers of
CHEMICALS A FANCY GOODS,
SODA, CORKS t ACIDS,
OI L8, A ALCOHOL,'
PURE WINES A LIQUORS,
PAINTS, CLASS A BI1USHF8. '
PHOTOGRAPHIC EMPORIUM. .
A full and complete assortment of all articles In th'
Photographlo Line, at a SMALL ADVANCE ON SAN
49" Merchauts will Dleasa (ret our nrlces before order. .
U. L.C11AIMN, JUSTIN GATES.
Dalles. . Sacramento, Cal. .
J. W. GURLEY, DENTIST,
Main St., Da.ll, Oregon.
OULD RE8PKCTFULLT INFORM
the citUeus of this idnco and vi
cinity, that having returned from n pro- i
lesslonal tonr throtnth the nilris. he hao
anain resumed the praoticaof JKNTISTRY, In the room
formerly occupied by him, in tho bulldine: occupied by
Wood k Butler, PhotoKTiiph Artists, a no ailjolniug Wal
dn.n Ilros.' Drug Store He take this method of tx
tendhiK thanks, for the' liberal patronise heretofore ex-,
tended to him, and solicits a coutinuans of the same..
list or pkicb.
Entire Dentnre on Gold Base M .$180 to $226-
" Upper Denture, Gold Base... 90" 120
" Deatore. Vulcanite Basok 70" 125.
" Upper Denture, Vulcanite Base.. St " Hi-
Gold Fillinits inserted from one dollar upward.
Children.1 Teeth extracted free af charne. sel8-tf
. " " ANtt"
JOHN UINOLATJD, Proprietor.
WASHINGTON ST,, next dear to FRENCH A OILMAN. .
I hare Jnst received a lot of '
Which I wlHll at resmnabl Prke.
J. J4JKER. .
I HATE Bpnolnied K. B. IT Air my tuthorbted Brent'
to collect all moneys due ma, and attend to niv bnei
DesJ generally. aotf . . , M. KkNIG. -
FIFTY SUPERIOR 11ILCH COW8 FOB SALE. In- '
qulrs at the MovitAuau Ornoa. ad3wl