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About The daily mountaineer. (Dalles, Or.) 1861-1866 | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1866)
IHUU X'lToDne McDonnell, who was taken
down through hero Inst winter to
SATURDAY HOKNLNS, APRIL 21, 1860.
About two boridred passengers
came up- on- th Qneonta yesterday y
nearly all bound for the mines.
". The weather : remains i unu
void for this season of the year. . Yes
terday fixes were quite bandy to have:
about the house.
A telegram from San Francicoan
- n ounces the arrest of the-robbers of
Collector Adams, and the probable re-
covery of a part of tho stolon money.
; Since November lot, 1865, the So
licitor of tho Treasury has disbursed
from the " Secret Service Fund," $27,'
535 11, for the apprehension of coun
terfeiters ot tho national notes.
Secbetary McCuLLoeH has author
ized special Treasury agents in tho
South to seize us confiscated property
all cotton which was during tho ro
. bellion subBonibcd. to. the so-called
Circuit Court. The case ot Wilt-
Hams vs. Ward occupied, the entire
time of the Court yesterday, and was
submitted to the iury at a- lato
hour. Tbey will probably render
their verdict to-day.
The Orieaba is in below. She brings
over three hundred passengers und
five hundred tons. o freight. The
Montana was expected, ia last nighty
and about threo hundred and fifty pas
songers- are telegraphed as being on
ber. , ;
' Nuisances. Marshal Koelor desires
lis to call attention, to the ordinance
for the prevention. o throwing of
filth, offal,, ete. Into the streets and
alleys of ouc town, the injunctions of
' which bavo been, disregarded in many.
oases of late. IleroaHer- offences ot
this, nature will be brought to the
notioe of the anthorities,,and punished
as the law directs. The ordinance
makes it the duty of the City Marshal
'to rigidly enforce its provisions, and
in view of the- fact that the obol.
era may visit this, pact o th world,
the most perfect cleanliness- of' our
city which oan bo secured, may be of
untold benefit. People- should, bean
. in mind when they do these things
-.that not only are- epidemics aggra
vated, but that disease p every bauure
is more frequent in. dirty localities.
and that tbey not only inconvenience
but danger tbemsel.veBandtbeis neigh
Sacrnmento under suspicion of being
Wells tho murderer, called- , upon- us
yoBterday evening. lie has with him
the most incontrovertible proof that
be is not Wells,, and that he iuDonnell
McDonnell', and'lhatj bo was in another
part of the world at the time of the
Series 01 Crimes, Ot WhlCU the real acter, to tho fact, to ttmt they nuy have no opportunity
Wdls i8 doubtless guilty, Were COm. ! aTB" l'' T .ervlo,. ber,,r. n,y departure.
c ' ' l If no desired. I will lean abmit the 2(Hh nf March, ana
mitted. Among Other interesting j return to this place to resume my practice, about the
Columbia Lodge, No. S, I. O. O. P.
Meets every Friday evening at 7 o'cluclc lu Gates
Hall, oonior of Second anil Court Streets. Brothers la
good standing are Invited to attend. By urder. N. 0.
Wsitfl Lodge, No. 15, A. P. efc A. M
Holds Its stated Conuiiunlcntlon. on the First and Third
Mondays of each month, at their halt. In Dalles City.
Brethren In good standing are invited to attend. :
Bsta L. Pofe, Sec'y. ' By order of the W. M.
DENTAL NOTICE. Being about to make a
professional tour to the towns and settlements np the
Columbia, I respectfully call the intention of those of my
patrons who are In need of Dental Operations of any char-
proofr, bo has, in his possession two
photographs, one of himself and the
otbor of the real criminal, and for our
parts, laying aside entirely the other
evidences of his not being the man,
we do not see how any one, even
making all allowances for tho changos
of time and sickr-uss or health, could
for a moment discover any resenv
bianco. White the picture be has of
Wells does not have any very great
marks of the villian, still that of him
self, which is very like him, is not a
faco which we would select as that of
a murderer or of a criminal at all.
Having been subjected to great hnrd
ships and gross indignities, he of
course feels very sore, and, perhaps,
overrates the enmity of his accusers;
yet we are inclined to believe from
his statements,; that whilo under ars
rest be has been inhumanly treated
and. unnecessarily abused in person,
oven wero be the guilty party. His
hands and ancles are still Bore from
the chains he wore, and ono of his
shoulders is permanently injured from
being strained by the weight of his
manacles, which kept bira so long in
an unnatural position.
Ho slates that those who had him
in- custody pursued a systeraatio
course of aggravation, as he believes,
with tho intention ot forcing him to
some act which would bo a pretext
for shooting, him down, and then
claiming the reward for Wells, " dead
or alive.!' Conscious as he was of his
innocence, it was with difficulty that
he at times restrained himself from
resistance, but now be believes ho
owes not only bis liberty but his life
to the meokness and coolness with
which, ho conducted himsolf through
all these trials.
He says that Sheriff White of this
place, is the only officer on tho route
from Idaho to Sacramento, who treat'
ed. him with that deconcy and consid
eration which the possibility of bis not
being Wells, entitled him to. He was
18th of June..
J, W. QURLKY.
' I will sell . 1 '
At 10 o'clock, In the forenoon,
At No. 100, Main 8trset, a. genoral assortment of
Blankots, Hats, Caps,
Cigars, Onus; Pistols,
Cutlery, Plated Ware, Ac.
ap21tl JOHN WILLIAMS, Auct.
Heave on. Golonbi. Copeingie. A insufficiently clad and fed, and suffer-
friend" in this cUv. writioff to the ed moch from cold and hunger, and
Democrat, gets ofiE the following, which wa 8 exposod. to,, insulting epithets,.
will be news to Col. CoDoincer. as w,lu u" 0 o' puun, on mo
- I i i
well as to our citizens feneniilv wnoie journey.
When, our delation, to. the State Al Snoramento, however, especially
Convention returned here last SaturJ the proof of bis being, tbe wrung
day night, tbey were met at the wharf man. began to accumulate, he was
boat by a crowd of Demoenats, and an treated with marked kindnoss, and for
osuurt, uobuou vy iu coinmaouing days Delore his- release, he fed the
officer at this post, marched" tbm. in whole jail full of prisoners on luxuries
errand procession, to the ofiloa of Col. I uchw.w lh nonnU sont. in oa
, Kelly,' where he iwas regularly notified ftni 'when finally released, money
v u.u - . vuvviumv euuugu uuvu- uiuuu in ui . a very
candidate tor Governor, and. at once, handsome stake was offered him bv
in a neat speech, signified, bis accopt- different parties, Being possessed of
nuoo vi me uouur. va uao o uuninr? c aim m irliihn. ho
That. is certainly a coed thins. accepted ot scarcelv'anythiiicr of value
James, your "friend at tho Dalles" disdaining to make a speculation out
V.. ...l.l.l. k... .1 . ui 1110 iiiidiui yuuuo. , j.
uuo vw-iuij u tvu ii uW YI return tn.ilav far Tilnhr.. h..
wrote the above.: Tho commanding wo hope bo will be ' successful, as his
omcer at f ort i;anes did not head tho fortitude and trials entitle him to be
ErpoesBion; but was a passenger on While upon this suhject we would
ilm hodt. and wan wnlkinn. nn an th etate. mat ,tno .opinion: is. gamma
bridca at the tima tha , ( round tl,ftt the man arrested atSulem.
jassoov. , ' . ;, v want of proof, was tha real' Walla,
FOR SALE AT
IWITX 8ELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION AT 11 O'clock
In the forenoon, on .
Saturday, April 2Sth, 1866,
That Desirable Cottage Roslilonce, the property nf Capt,
frea n usuti, Bit im tea oit eecona street, near union, oc
cupied by Mr. J. Crosflun. The house lain eplemliil or
der, cotitninn three large rr.oma ; water on the premiBus t
am) Uttiirroii' ded by a new, neat and mibRtanthil ionre.
Termt) liberal, which will be made kuown oa applica
tion to the undersigned.
' ' iip21t. J (UN WILLTM3, Auctioneer.
ALL TUB j0(8TZk
KUROl'KAN, EASTERN AND CALIFORNIA
NEWSPAPERS & MAGAZINES,
Received Regularly every stesuier, by
s. j. Mccormick,
lOS ITront Street Portland
Tapers anil Magazines packed and
Forwarded by mail or Express
TO ANY PART OP THE MINES
In Oregon, Washington, Idaho or Montana.
Subscriptions Kocetved fcr any
NEWSPAPER OB MAGAZINE PUBLISHED.
New Book, Uasle, fto., by every Steamer.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
H O TJ S E !
No. 100 MAW STREET, DALLES.
TUB BNDKIISIONRD THANKFUL FOR PAST
Fuvors. respratfiilly Informs the cillaens of ths
Dnllesraud tu public generally, tliat be continues t
soil at :'.. ' .
OR PRIVATE SALE,.
MockM, &c. &c;
BEGUIiAR SALK DAVS,
Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Cash Advances made on Consignmeats,
And PROMPT RETURN m de of sales.
Outdoor and Special Sales attvudsd te in any piirt at
JOHN WILLIAMS, Anctlanecr.
J. JU'K E K ,'
Main Street, Dalles, '
WDOLUAU AMD tVIAO. DIALKR W
CIGARS. TOBACCO, SNUFF,
ALVATS IIT 8I0HI TBI BEST BRANDS OF '
Cigars, Tobacco, Matches, &c.
COMBS and 1IKUSHKS, o' all kinds,
PKRKUMEHY. ot erery description,
TOYS. DOM,8, etc.
FISH HOOKS and FISHING TACKLB, .
FANCY GOODS, Ac.
Also Powder.Shot, Lead, Powder Flasks, Baskets, and
many other articles too numerous to mention.
sr lutenordoaiers suppneu Willi t;t?ars, ToDacco.ei.
at less than Portland prices, with freight added. ocR
BULLING Oi l AT tOM!
J. GOETZ & CO.-
STONE BUILDING, WASUINOTON STREET, DALLES.
Offer tlialr well-selected stock of
YANKEE NOTIONS, '
SAN FRANCISCO COST,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
AU PUTTING. VS OWR
OUIOINAL SUPKR10U BRAND Of
MONTANA! IDAHO!. WASHOE
v. GR.OUKJB JAVA COFFEE,
. CII AUTRES COFFEE,: '
IN DO UDLE OLA ZED . PAPERS,.
To preserve Its strength and flavor for tho length of
time ri-quireu to na i rwaraeu 10 iu Rlwvo y aces.
1'or sale by all tha Jubbxcs, anih f , .: ,
. MARDEN. k SOWER, ,
, Pioneer Steam Cones and 8plc Mills,
. i . 220 Front btreet, San Srahcisco,
18 HEREBY GIVEN that REV. FATHER MRSPLIE
has nothlnir to do any mure with the CATHOfclC
MISSION FARM AT THIS DALLES: that the leaslnir of
the said Misnlon Harm I.T hi in to JOHN 11 MKSPLI
baarlnif data of tha fl Hi nf July. 180o. lias nnt biota rati
fled by F. N. BI.ANCHKT. Aichtilshon of Oreson City.
who la the eaardiau and sole oilnil iHraUir of all the
property of Ihs Catliolio Cliurch at. the Dullea and el.e-
nen; tnas sara arcucisnop is imt rwpunIUIe and alta.ll
not pay any axnamllturo nr Imr.rnvoiiHTit. made on said
farm, nor any debts contracted by any person or per sous
noi aninorxea vy me sigu 01 tne subscriDer..
- . , , . r. N. HI.ANCHBTl
. toriiaua, uregon Apru a iouu. . auaswi,
Gi-A.ri1ii:!5; & CHAPI1V
' WHOLESALE RETAIL S
STONE BUILDING, WASHINGTON STREET,
Importers and Jobbers of
PATENT MEDICINES,, .. , ...... '
CHEMICALS 4 FANCY GOODS,
SODA, CORKS ACIDS, 1
OILS, ALCOHOL, '
PURE WINES 4 LIQUORS,
PAINTS, GLASS A BRUSHES. .
PHYSICIANS' PRESCUIPTIOXS ,
Accurately compennded. . . . . y
A (nil and eomnlete assortment of all articles In tb
Photoi;raiho Line, at a SMALL ADVANCE ON BAN
M Merahauts wlli oleaso est our prices before order-
Ins; below. 1
U. L. UlIAl'IN, . JUSTIN GATES.
Ba41es. Sacramento, Cal. .
J-..W. GURLEY, DENTIST,
Matla St., Dalles, Oregon. ;
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
tha citiKflfis of tills nines and tI;
clnity, that having; returned from a pro- I
leasionai rour inronun tne nui-is. ne has
ayaln resumed tbe practice of JENT1STRY, In the room
formerly occupied ay. biro, in. the bulhling occupied by
Wood A Butler. Photograph Artists, and adjoining Wal
dron Bros.' Drug Store. He takes this mr-thod of x-
tending thanks, fitlie lOxsral potronags heretofore ex
tended to biui, and solicits a contiaiiancaof tha, srnne..
I.I8T OF PRICES.
Entire Denture on Qi.li.Bine . w $180 to (2St
Vpner Denture, Oold Has........,. ...... go " 1
' Denture. Vnl.anlte Don.. u... 70 "' 12
11 Upiier.Dcnture, Vulcanite Base 36, " W.,
Gold Fillings inserted from one dollar upward.
Cbildrens' Teeth extracted free af charge. sel3-tr
rflHK FOLLOWING COUNTY ORDERS will bapaiJi
1 JL upon presentation at my office:;
July 14, 18(16...... 6. 166.
IV " ...6.....W3-
17, " ... ....6 169
Aug. K, ' MU 6i...u..180
" " .-...... 6 iftl,
Sep T;. .' ww.........&..i..-.....a3-J
Nor. , '. ..6... .IM
Not 10- it. 21)1
NoT.10, . ................. 6..1.....i!70-
Dec. 8 " 6.. a7 u 11
Deo 12 " 6. J7I .lesso Neel. .
Jan. 6 1804 6 4Mi J II Harford ' '
Jim 19 " ..6 .44 J-KltPlt '1
Feb 9 " 6 .484' B W Mitchell.
a0d& H.J. V ALDRON. Traasarar. "
In favor ot.
U W Crnndall.
I B Harford.
J B Harford-..
Jfc'LiUtV liKS I FLO WERS I t. x t
s , I harejnst rscclrod alot of .'
Which I will 111 at reasonable Prices. '
I at .. ,,-.y v , J. Jtjreh. '