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About The daily mountaineer. (Dalles, Or.) 1861-1866 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1866)
A New Yoek Lady becomes Aunt
to A Bamsn Princess. A Paris lets
lor of Maroh 28tb, to. the New York
Times, contains tbe following iuterest
ing bit of gossip :
Of course you know that the Prin
cess llelen, third daughter of Queen
Victoria, is soon to espouse the Gorm
an Prince Christian, of Augustenburg;
but borbaps you do not know that this
marriage will malie n Princess of tho
royal family of England a niece to a
lady in New York, whoso maiden
name was Lee. Tug relationship is
very 'easily explained. Some years
ago seven or eight, if my memory.
nerves me correctly there resided in
Puris a New Yo.rk family of the name
of Leo, one of the daughters of which
was married in tbe United Stales
Minister's (Judge Mason's) bouse, to
Baron Wachtor, Ministor of Wurtem
tourg. This lady's sister," so'tno years
subsequently, mot Prince Froderio,
brother of tho reigning Duke of Aug.
ustonburg-Glucksburg, who fell des
fierately in love with her. The prince
y swain of tbe young Manhaitanese
was not precisely the beau ideal one is
accustomed to encounter in novels, and
was, in sobor fact, an antiquated Cel
adon, or past Bixty, and a widower at
that, his first wife, who belonged to
the royal family of Denmark, having
died in-1858. The Prince was, bow
over, so deeply enamored of Miss Lee
that he renounced all pretentions to
the Crown,(a necessary preliminary
to contracting what even the mostim
Bignfibant " soverign families" of Eu
rope regard as a mesalliance,') and tho
marriage was duly solemnized, as be
fore, at the Legation of the United
States. Immediately afterward, the
happy pair sotoutfor the East on tboir
. wedding tour ; but the fatigues of tbe
journey wore too great for the bride
groomof sixty, and upon arriving at
Beyrut, Syria, he quiotly gavo up the
ghost, whereupon his bereaved widow,
the Princess, returned to Paris, and
took up her residence with her sister,
the. Baroness Wachter. , And this is
how a New York lady became aunt to
tbe Princess Helen of Great Britain.
My Courtship. When I was six
teen, I fell id love. -1 There is nothing
remarkable in that, for roost all young
men of the above ago do the same
tbing. Butwhatl am going to" tell
you is, how ray courtship terminated.
It wasata party IsawSallieB ,
who was one of the sweetest girls in'
Ticktowh'J' andi Itell you, she looked
sweet in her white muejin balkdress,
with ber hair falling loosely over her
shoulders. I got an introduction,
danced with ber, once,' twice,: thrice,
and t was just the happiest man in all
Ticktown. ' Well, at last -tho party
broke up; but I bad an invitation to
call on-Miss B . 'That was all I
wanted; and I did'ht sleep mnch before
Supdoy , evening for that was the
time I'd fixed to call. I called, saw
r Miss bailie to church saw her homej
and whon-.I left .1 had a prossine; in
vitation to call again, and I did not
jorgetit Tassupe you. , At the end of
a month I was completely gone. At
last, I resolved to," pop the quostion,"
and fixed on my next visit for tho timo,
studied " Courtship Madb Easy," thon
bughly, and concluded I was ready for
the task. The time arrived. Here I
was; sitting by tbe side of my bolovcd,
with i my arm around ber1 waist I .1
.took hor hand in mino, and soovod
np my courage to say, " Dear Sallie,
do you lov me?". She made no an
swer ; but her( eyes were, cast down,
and. I bopod. Yes, I was certain she
loved me. I put both my arms around
bef. nock, and pressed' one, two, three
kisses on ber rosy lips. She did not
resist, bat raised her hend, and said !
"You're as bad as Sam Simmons I"
F It won't care consumption. Hall's PulincnArT Balsam
it not recommended to cure -consumption, but It will
.jlvemore relief than any othfer remody offered to th
."publfc, and for 11 other pulmonary, aml.bronclilal AfTeo
tiobA the4ls nothing to, qullt.- i I
Um. a till Boisoj
AND IDAHO '
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ordor from TJmntilla to Idaho City, via Boise City,
And prepared to curry Freight end Valuable Package
between these and all Intermediate points with certainty
and despatch. .
The Line Is Stocked with the Beat Teams
the country affords and entirely
Which ensures Speed and Safety in the transmission of
Freight, never before offered to Idaho. We offur- Supo
rior Inducements for Shipping Ooods from tan Francisco
and Portland to Idaho, its Our arrangements with the
Ocean Steamship Company and Die Oregon Btonni Navi
gation are such that nil Uoods chipped by this Line will
not be subjuct to the usual delays, but pass through as
ITust " ITreigjlit.
Goods shipped from Pan Francisco to onr care At Port
laud, CliargeB will be paid and Uoods shipped to destina
tion. OOODS SHOULD BR MARKED : CARR I). M. D. i
CO., F. LINK, and Shipping Receipts seut to our Agents
nt Portland and Umatilla. . . ,
Advance Charges for Transportation Paid
by the Line and Collocted at Destination. Goods will be
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PASSENGERS CARRIED AT GREATLY REDUCED
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commodations in New and Easy Hiding Thorough Jlrace
wagons-on the Most Liberal 'terms, we lay over eacli
flight on the Road at Good and Convenient Stations, so
that pasBongers will not be deprived of regular rest.
P.TCTIARDS 4 McCRAKKN San Francisco
RICHARDS A McCRAKUN... Portland
JOHHPH TEAL Dalles
POWELL 4 CK Umatilla
J. TJ. WILKINSON Le Grand
B. M. DultKI.L t CO Boise City
B. M. Dull ELL 4 CO Idaho City
MAJOR HPKBtt Rocky Bar (South Boise)
DoKULL 4 MOORE Ruby and Silver Cities
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An Expeditious Onre for all diseases of the
THIS prompt and efllcatloua Remedy for the cure
Ghonorroaa, Gleet, Strictures, and Diseases of the
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restriction to diet, exposure or change in application
business; It will radically cure any case which can be
produced. The dlsense it removes as speedily as Is con
sistent with the production of a thorough aud permanent
euro. ' Further, the disease cannot be contracted if the
SPECIFIC COMPOUND Is taken when exposed,
. Its ingredients are entirelr vegetable, and no injurious
effect, oltbor constitutionally or locally, can be caused by
Price One Dollar and Fifty cents per bottle. Sont by
Express carefully packed.
HOSTETTKIl, SMITH 4 DEAN. Agents, .
r . 401 and 403 Battery street, cor Clay,
Jy22-0m. j gun Francisco.
- LINCOLN HOUSE,
Corner Washington and Front Streets,
, PORTLAND, OREGON.,.
TTVRST-CLASS HOTEL. LARGEST IN THE STATE,
Ms , Charges Reasonable. . ,
AN OMNIBUS will attend all the Boats and convey
Passengers and their baggage to the House Free of
Chargo, or to any other House in the 01 ry for 60 cents.
8. COFFIN, Proprietor.
P.B nOT AND COLD BATnS in the House. '
All the Steamers for Oregon City, Vancouver, Monti
cello and Astoria land at the Lincoln House Wharf.
soplilira '."1 , : ...: -
Public Sale. ; ,
Of Land for Dilinquent Taxes for 18G5.
BY VIRTUE OF A WARRANT ISSUED OUT OF
the County Court of the Suite of Oregon, for the
County of Wasco, on the 14th day of April, A. D. 1808,
and to me directed, for the oollection of delinquent taxos
for the year 1863-04-116, 1 have this day levied on the
following described pieces aud parcels ot land, lying and
bel'ig in said State and County, in Dalles City, According
to the plat thereof, and on the 23d day of June, A. D.
1H08, I will expose the same, or so much thereof as shall
be necessary to pay the taxes And costs due thereon for
the years 1803-64-05, At public auction, at the Court
House door in Dalles City, In said State and County, be
tween the hours of 9 o'clock a.m. and 4 o'clock p. ni.,
to the highest bidder therefor, lu U. 8. Gold Coin.
Jas. II. Fruit, (Langlilln's ad) 1863
" " " ". ;..1864
John Grant " 1805
;' ; w
Mrs. M. Button (Trevltfe ad)..
Mrs. 11. Bell, (Ulgclow'sad)....
" H ' ' ' ... -
Chas. Cnolldge "
George II. Elliot. . , ...
Jas. H. Fruit, (Laughlln't ad)
Frank Hanks ( ' "
Ueo. Jokuson. ." ' '
A. P. Ml near .,
Frauclsco Telarde .,
ptlO r. 8
$ 6 60
,. 10 80
. 8 00
,. 10 00
; 86 .10
. 12 00
, ' . ' CnARLES WHITE, Sheriff
! i At-.d Tax Collector of Wasoo count', Oregon.
Dalles crty, May 21st. 1800. my26w4
i llS90lulion Wolico.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the PO-lntrtneN
ship heretofore existing between 1. M. f.VANS
andAW. DAVIS, In the Llvory Stable business, has
been dissnlvedt that A. W. Davis is Indebted to the co
partnership; And that ablll in equltyiias been filed for
the settlement of the co-partnership accounts.'- All per
sons nre notified that A. W. Davis has no powe to dls
rose of tbe pioporty, nor contract debts -on the credit
of the 11 m. ... 1. M. EVANS.
Dalle, April 20, 1866. . , , a23dlm
. tn the Circuit Conrt of the State of Oregon for the
County nrWM-o. Wilmath Stllwell. plalutlfT, vs. Laban'
Stllwrfil, do'endant. In Equity. .
fJIOLABON RT1LWELL, defendant: You nre hereby
. Jl summoned and required to appear and answer Iho
complaint ill the above entitled suit, wh eh has bcn
filed In the' office ot the Clerk of WascnCounty, praying
for a dissolution of the marriage contract and a decree
of personal property ta the plaintiff, and expenses and
costs, within six weuks from the first publication of.thls
summons, or If you fnl) to so apptar, the plaintiff will
apply to the court fur tbe relief demanded in the com
plaint. . GATES 4 HAFT,
' . " ,- ,', AtCorifTytffcsq'lalhtlrr. ;
-eJlePaIil2, Mil), v. ., wlw J
UAI.L.ES CITY DRVQ STORE,
WilbLISALI AND RETAIL
DEALER IN DRUGS,
Perfumery, Fancy Soaps,
PATENT MEDICINES, 4c. 1-tf
DRUOS AND PATENT MEDICINES!!
DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES!!
DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES!!
; - - J .
WD0HS1LX AND RETAIL
Washington Street, between Main and Second Streets
Ci LEMON Is able to snpply parties In want of Drugs.
Patent Medicines. Chemicals, Acids, Perfumery,
and every other article enumerated with the
WHOLESALE DRUG BUSINESS,
At the InweBt market rates.
4T" PhyslcianB and Merchants Intending to purchase
,ror tiio Alines, win uo wen to give him a call.
TRUSSES & SHOULDER BRACES
In great variety. ' '
ap.3:tf. Washington St., between Main adn Second.
K, constantly fr? If'rir'sS
is'o, Hay Pre- &jM'M$mi
PORTLAND I WODKI'
, MACHINE SHOP,
FIRST STREET, between Yamhill and Morrison.
Steam Knglneg .
offrom4to40 horse- - jip'b&K f
power.elther Portableor MStA.'A Mt.
Btatlonary. Also, uni- rsrj2-i.
OUliAK HAW ntlibS o-lWS
COMPI.GTK, constantly 1
on hand. Also, I
nam nt all
Machines,! Woodworm's -ztyf--h fTysfs
pattern,) wrought ana T. t.'-J&.,
Cast Iron work for Ver- i
tlcalSawand Grist mills; tSZZMJ'
Brass and Iron Casting -,
WROUGHT IROIV WORK
of every description. I am also prepared to furnish
Quartz Mills complete, of the Latest &
most Improved Patterns
These Mills oan beforwarded to any part of the mines
as the wolght or tlie entire machinery win not exceed 4
Horae Powers ft Agricultural Implements
manufactured to order at (Tie very I.UWEST CASH i'KICB
N. 11. Particular attention paid to REPAIRS. fe20-tf
Oregon Steam Navigation Co.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. -
TDK BTEAME118 ..' -.' ;
JVJEZ PERCE CHIEF,
; TEKUSO,1 ' -
, OWYHEE, '.. ..''V:'
' YAKIMA, ' '.'V
" 1 ' ' '' SPRAY '
Captains E. F. COE, C. 0. FELT0N, J. II. D. GRAY, and
' '; , . - TII09. 3. STUMP, , :
Will ran dnrlrgthe se'ason from CF.LILO to UJIATIL-
LA, WAI.LULA, WIllTH ULUH'8. PALOUSB And
One of the above nomed boats will leave CELTLO for
UMATILLA and WALLULA, on TUESDAYS, THURS
DAYS and SATURDAYS. .
Xlio 3?afSfseiic:cx Train
to connect with stoamers At Celilo will start froni the
Railroad Depot, DALLES CITY, at t o'clock, A.M.
V V1-'' FOR WHITE BLUFFS. .' " ' '
0APT. K. F. 00E........v....'...............;...'....Commander.
Will leave CELILO ovory BATURDAY, for WHITE
F9U LEWISTON. ' 3
. . TIIK ',0VYIIEE .'
Will leave W ALLULA every WEDNESDAY fupon the
arrival of the steamer that starts from Celilo on Tuee-
.day),for'LUWI81'ON. . : ,. . ,
FOR PORTLAND TU ROUGH IN ONE DAY.
I - The Steamers ' ' "
.i . on ' -
.-"Idaho , ;
CAPT. y. McNTJLTY, :'. Commander,
Will leave DALLES, DAILY. (Rundavs excepted) at 5
o'clock, a. if., connecting by the CASCADE. HA1LHOAD,
with th steamers V' . - ' -
NEW WOKTX,r-;. i
' . cascade; or
WILSON GS HUNT, ,
CAPT. 'J. WOLF, Commander,
Tiiil lua. A pi 11 3,1808.
. v rjiA.'n i. iiuimri,
fn!2tf ' , Agent O.S.N. Co.,
8. DALLAM; 0. W. ARME8.. . ... O. W. ARMC8.
, ' Importers and Jobbers of , j .
WOOD AIVO- WILLOW WARE,
' BRUSHES, TWINES, CORDAGE. 4c
And Manufacturers of
California Pails, Tubs, Brooms, c.
2lV A 2l68'acjo!min98tr'eef, between Front nd Davis
tea fmaclsM. , ic w. . . ucU:3wdw, '
BQGX & JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
I First Street, between Main and B
DALLES , OREGON.
JOB PRINTINC OF EVERY VARIETY
Executed with accuracy and dispatch. .
IK A STYLE THAT WILL COMPARE FAVORABLY
with the very beet, and
AT BATES AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAP BT ,
Cards .md IS i 1 1-19 e a d s .
, CHECKS, DRAFTS, RECEWTS,
POSTERS AND PROGRAMMED
. FOR '
THEATRES CONCERTS EXHIBITIONS
rfc, rfc, etc, -
' PRUTTOiri THE MOBI ATTRACT1VI MANKIK. ALSO,
BILLS OF FARE.
LETTER ITS ADS.
Rricfs and Pamphlets,
VIS1TINQ, WEDDWQ AND "AT HOME" CARDS
In short, everything that can be done in a Book and Job
Printing Office, from the smallest end most delicate Card
or Circular, to tlie largest sire and most showy Postlnn
Bill and which will be turned ont in a style that cannot
fall to insure entire satisfaction.
0U& rAClUTlRB rOK fill EXECUTION OF
In the most beautiful Colors, Shades and T(nts.
Such as Fancy Posting Bills!
' From a slnele Sheet to the LargeBt Mammoth. 1
ORNAUEDTAL SHOW CARDS.
rURFUMERS LABELS, d c
Are unsurpassed by those of any other establishment in
Oregon. We devote special attention to this brnnch of the
business, and are continually adding to our already exten
sive and well appoiuted assortment of material,
NEW TYPES, BORDERS, ORNAMENTS.
tc etc (te..
Of the most modern and elaborate designs. ' Onr stock a.
FANCY INKS, TINTS, AC,
Are of the finest onalltr. and for richness of color and
durability, cannot be equaled in the State. - "j m -
Tlie principle npon which business is Bsked for this es
tablishment Is, that persons will consult their own inter
ests, by awarding their custom to that ollice In which
their money can be expended to the best advantage. To
this end we solicit all in want of good Printing, at very
reasonable charges, U) call and examine specimens, and
judge for yonrselvos. 1 ' , ....
Orders from the Upper Country
Will have' onr special care, and friends from the tnterio
may roly npon having their orders filled promptly; an we,
HAVE THE ONLY IMPROVED GORDON POWER PRESS
In 'the State of Oregon ! t
mlS-tr ' Dalles. Oregon.
JACKSON SALOON !
CQRNEIt COURT AND SECOND STREETS',
, DALLES, OBEGOy. ,
THE TJNDER8IONHD, HAVING REMOVED FROM
THE "BELLA CNI0N" CELLAR, INTO
; Crates' New , JJuildlntf,
Beg to Inform the public that they art prepared to serve
their customers with the best
AVincs, Liquors and Cigars,
THH MARKET AFFORDS, .i n 'ALSO,. A , . ;;
Free Luncli ! : "
Every day and evening. . , '
K. (JCIILTZ &. S. KLBIN,
decMf ' '
Hard Wood Liimber.
CARRIAGE AND VMGON MATERIALS
WE BK.0 TO CALL ATTKKTION of Carriage Man ,
nfacturers and Dealers to tlie Lame and Coin
plete Assortment of CARR1AGK and WAGON MATKRI
AI.S we are ceustnhtly receiving from the Kaet. specially '
soleetod for tbe California market, conipHsing, Oak,
Hickory, and Second Growth Ash Plank, Hickory Axles, 1
VYagon Poles, Hubs, Spokes, Felloes, ltlm, Buuits, Ac. Ac.
which we offer nt tlie lowest Cash Prices.
4jf f irders Addressed to our lionse will receive promp
attention.,., , H. W. BlIAQd A CO.,
Jel6:3ni,: - - 29 81 Battery street, fen Krancltco,
aud 17 A 19 Poventh street hncrauienlo
C. WATranoose, U.W'. Hbaoo A Co. 3. W. Ltsti
Ban Francisco. ' Bacramento. - New toik
' ' SOU AOIHT IK OAliroBHIA TOR . '
TILTON & McFARLAND'S
Fire & Burglar Proof Sales.
; ' ; STEEL-LINED TA ULTS, , ; ;
with ' .' .
49ConstantIy 1 hand a frill assortment of SAFES, ,
31 8 BATTEHT STTIKET, .
JyfJrOni ti ? i -.V- ' , Een Franetoe'