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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 20 February 1864

r en- DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY SO, 18C4. ' NO. isi. VOL. 3. Jl ailg Mountaineer, PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS EXCEPTED,) BT William ii. nkwell, Editor and proprietor. - ' Tbhms Twtnly-fiot centt per week, payable to the carrier per month, by mail, fl; three months, 12 60; alx months, $5; one year, $S. Advertisement Inserted at low rates. Job Printing. K.very description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe oted with neatnoss and despatch, and forwarded as per order to any part of the coup try. PuymentJarM Print tng mutt be made on delivery oj Work. BLOCH MILLER & CO., . Dalles, Oregon, IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IH ALL KINDS OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, HARDWARE MINER'S tOOlS. Also, a good assortment of all kinds of Groceries apd Provisions, "Wines and Hiiquore, 'Constantly on hand. ' m!4-tf M. BROWN & BROs, WHOLESALE AND RETAH DEALERS IN FANCY AND STAPLE DRY aOODSI GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, &0. Mr. M. BROWN, being a resident of San Francisco,...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 20 February 1864

C2-3 WIUUH B. KIWIIA... SATURDAY M0RNLN8, FEB. 20, 1864, Weekly Mountaineer. The Tout MouirfAnrsn, containing ID columaa ol rsading matter, Is published and ready for delivery to subscribers. Price $8 per annum. Single numbers, In wrappers, 26 cents. Tbi Itu brought up a load of one hundred and fifty home yesterday. Pack.traims leave tbe Dalles daily, for the Boise country. Thus far they have all gene by way of the old Emigrant Road. Col. Wm. Whistlib, who eotereditbe army in 1801, and it said to have been tbe oldest arm j officer In the United States, eacecept Gen. Scott, died near Cincinnati, a few days ago. Tai Oohoibt at the Congiegattonal Church, last night was well attended. Other duties prevented our attendance, but those who were there inform ns that tbe siuging was ex cellent Ntw Stock, J.. Juker, Bsq has Just re turned from below with a, full stock of: tbe very best brands of cigau and tobacco. Al so a fine stock., of fancy goods,, cutlery, tiu Call and examine the new ato...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 20 February 1864

THE LOVE KNOT. Tying Her bonnet under the chin, he tied the raven ringlets in ; Bat not alone In the silken inure Sid ihe catch her lovely floating hair, For, tying her bonnet under her chin, She tied a young nan' heart within. They were strolling together op the hill, Where the wind comet blowing merry and chill ; And It blew the curie a frolicsome race, All over the happy peach-colored face. Till Holding, and laughing, she tied litem In Under her beautltul dimpled chin. And It blew a color bright as a bloom, Of the pinklest fuschia's tossing plume, All over the cheeks of the pretleet girl ' That ever Imprisoned a roaming carl, Or. tying her bonnet under her chin, Tied a young man's heart within. Steeper and steeper grew the hill Madder, merrier, cheerier still The western wind blew down and played The wildest tricks with the little maid ; As tying her bonnet under her chin, ' She tied a young man's heart within. Oh, western wind, do yon think it was fblr Tu play such tricks with h...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 20 February 1864

C43 DISAPPEARANCE OF YoUNO GlBL8. Advertisements for young girls, just in their teens, who have disappeared from their homes, are quite common now. There 'Was never before a time in lioohe6ter when the street walkers were so numerous as at present and 'they are many of them of theyourfg. er claas,littlo more than children. The 'liberal expenditure of bounty money 'has -something to do with this state of 'things no doubt, here and elsewhere, ilf the war continues much longer our people will be so thoroughly debauch, ed that there will be little worth saving dn the nation. Rochester tlnion. We hear that many of these "miss ling girls" have found their way to this city, and are also more or less inter ested in the "liberal expenditure of bounty money," which is constantly being made by soldiers camping here, or coming from and .going to tbeir re pective regiments. Our streets'. just . sow aro thronged with brazen faced nymphs dupave, who have nearly suc ceeded in elbowing oll'decent wo...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 6 March 1864

DALLES, OREGON, SUNDAY MAIMiH 6, 84. NO. 11. VOL. L. aifo MCauntainecr, PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, MONDAYS K.KGKPTRD,) BV ... SVILLIAM 11. NEWELL, EDITOR AMD PROPRIETOR. '; ' 1 'v ' Ty.kms Ttatntf-JlctixHti pqr week, payable toth, carrier per muntH, by mull, SI; three months. li'SOj "tx nionths, ii; one year, $8. Advertisements luserted'at ' low rules. Job Printing. Every description uf plain and fancy Job Printing exe iiIimI with nearness and despatch, and forwarded us per orltar toa'ny mr1 of Hieconatry. fayktiU Jvr Jib 1'rint fit' iMibt wi'fe Mittrft orfc. BLOCH MILLER &.CO., UilUen, Oreuon, . Import!!) AND n.fafAL nuAt-na W - A LI. K is 1S ft 1? DRV GOODS, faorx j.Ttt sitocs. , . HARDWRF. - , . 'Als:'a amorttheut of allTtlnds of Groceries and Provisions. AVlnesH.iidljiiuor, ' lC Instantly on hand. nila-tf M. BROWtf & 3I0m WHOMtHAM AND RITAIl DEALERS IX FANCY AND STAPLE " DRY GOODS! GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, C Mr. M. IIROWW tiuiiifc reritJuic. of Btm Prmnclitco, w ' ura iiH.tl...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 6 March 1864

ailir MmtntahuiT, WII.MAN O. NKWIM. .,r..........n)IT01. lilNDAY MOBJilNfl, MABCD 6, 180. " Weekly Mountaineer. ( The Wieilt Mouhtainekr, containing 19 columns of reading matter, in pnbliahed and rondy for delivery to iiiberribere. Price 3' per annum. Single ntunbera, In nrappera, 2ocenta. Tui total number of colored troops now ia tbe service of the United States is 60,000, with quite as many negroes-not armed in tbe ser vice of the Quartermaster's, Commissary's and Engineer's departments. ? "Badiis In arms fSOeitra," te the append-, age to a show advertisement in a Salt bake paper. We think Hnnager Waldron should adopt some sueb measure here, making it par ticularly applicable to noisy ones. ' Arbitais, Tlla names-entered on tbe Uma tilla House register. on Friday, footed opO?'. These were the arrivals for a single day, and were in addition to the crowd that bad been stopping at tbe Umatilla for several days back. Ocr Nkxt President. The probability of the re-nomination ot Presiden...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 6 March 1864

nitntaiitceL " Who Relieved AIcClellanI1 Tho faction of iho democratic party which id seeking to make a leader of the dis carded (jenertil, bus a great deal to say ubuut Iis being a victim ot black ru imblican jealousy and envy. They might save ibeir bieulb,, if they would recollect 1. That the man at whose instances Ito was removed, Gen. Ualleck is a democrat; 2. That the mun who (un der the President) removed him, Secre tary Stanton, is u democrat; 8- That the man who succeeded him in the command of tho Army of the Potomac, Gen. Burnside, is a democrat: and 4. That the man who look Gen. Burnside's place, on the latter's promotion, Gen Hooker, is a democrat ? So it was a democratic piece of business all round- which makes square work ot it. it tbe General is the v. dim of persecution, may wo not ask if it is tho custom of democrats thus to persecute one an other. Indi.vuubb.ek Shir's Collars. Lin en, cotton; paper and steel collars are now made, and to these, vulcanized India-rubbe...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 6 March 1864

"I'l I sasasBaassanBsnssaBBaMsasaaasas THE BEAUTIFUL HILLS. Ohl the beautiful hill where the bluti hare trod ' Mince the years when the earth wu new, Where our fathers gaze from the fluids of GoJ , On'the yale wearo Journeying through; . We have eeen thoee hllU in their'brlghtoess rUe, When the wurld hi black below, , -Anil we'ro fel t the thrM of ImWtaVsyw, : ' iu the night of out durlrost-wos. : - The cltie of yore fhat werrrenrad In crime, -. - . And renowcd by the praise of seers. . , Weut dowu In the tramp uf old King Time, t ' To slsep wltti Ms-greyMiarred-yearsi but the beautiful hills rise bright and strong Through the siAuke of Time's red wan, . .is on that day whan tin flrat deep tong . Ulnllediup ftou, the morning itare. Wn dream of rest on the beautiful hills ; ' W-here the traveller shall thiret-uo more, .'And where the bum of a thousand rills That-wander the greeo vales o'er t 1 Wo feel the aoula of the martyred men Who have" -braved the gold world's frown, ' Wo can be...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 18 March 1864

ft fot link! a.; i. tOt. 4. DALLES, OREGONFRIDAY, MARCH 18; ISO 1. NO. Ol. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (JiOnIUYS tSCKPttb,) BY . AvilliaM ii NEWEST-., ID1T0K AMD rUOPMKTOB. Terms Twentj-JlvtcntU per week, payable to th carrier per month, by mall, t; tliree months, 12 50; ill months, $5; one your, $8. Advertisement Inserted t low rale. Job Printing. Every it-t'Hptitn of jfliilli mid Siiify Jub Printing exe hted wIlH nVatiii'ss and despatch, and forwarded u per order to'aiiy pari of the country. fliyninr M Wnf (nil mutt It made on Mi-Mr) tf etlorlri BLOCH MILLC&&CO., Dalles, Oregon, IMPORTER) AND WHOLESALE DEALER IW ALI kinds of dry GOODS, CLOTIIIN GI-5 BOOTS AND SltOES. HA KG WARE Mt.KEtVS TOOLS, Also, a good assortment or all kiwis of - Groceries and Provisions, Wines and Liquors, Constantly on hand. ml-t-tf M. BROWN & BRO., WH0LKHALI AND RETAIL DEALER IN " FANCY AND (STAPLES BEY GOODS! GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, &0. Mr. M. BROWN, being a resident of Ban Francisco, we are e...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 18 March 1864

lauti B. MWKU.. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1864. Weekly Mountaineer. The Wuslt MouitTAiNxn. eontalnlnir 18 columns of reading matter, ie published and retuly for delivery to eubecrlbers. Price $3 per annum. Single numberi, Id wrapper, zo cents. Sheriff Olniy returned borne yesterday from bia pursuit of the escaped prisoners. The pursuit was fruitless. E. E. Kelly, Postmaster at Walla Walla, ar rived at the Dalles yesterday, and compli taerrtemd us fry calling at -but tanetum. Tan United States Senate is considering a proposition for a Ime of mail steamers be tween California ana China. Abbivals The arrivals from below yester day, footed up 11 passengers. The steamer also brought up 26 bead of horses. Ah enterprising gentleman bas leased the building at the lower end of Court street, no. win open tne same, on tnisrriuayj even- uB, uu.uj-gu.uj i..u... According to present advices, the oooan steamer far Portland and Victoria, left San Fransisco yesterday, the nth. This steamer goes to V...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 18 March 1864

C.3) fimlmux. J . JUKE K, Main Street, Dalles, - ' WH0LX8ALI AMD RKTAIL MMO Ot tATBBT KABTKItN NEWS- tSTeto York, March 15. It is rumored hers llint lupplementary legislation will modify or amend tbe tax on spirits now on band, but will increase duties to 50 cents. Tbe new du ly on imported wines is to be 50 cents; spirits turpentine, $1 25 per gallon. Tbe World" t -special Wasbingtou dispatch says ; Commis--Biuuer Lewis, ot' the Internal Revenue, recom mends a tax of 4C cents on petroleum, one dollar'on distilled spirits, and 60 cents on to tittCCO. 'Cuiro, March 15 -An officer of Porter's fleet furnishes ll9 following particulars of tbe ex pedition 'op ae Wachita: The expedition con Disted df 9ii -gunboats. There were no signs kiftlie eneory until approaching Trinity, which Vas fortified. Preparation lor au attack were immediately made. loe 'flitgstiu) J'urt ma' man advanced, and tbe rebels supposiug her a tiniporl,'ipeuea a heavy tore on her, which dhe bore bravely lor a time, bu...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 18 March 1864

CM) aillfffomttithucr. Affecting Ahecdote. On one of tbe many bridges in Ghent Btand two braeen images of father and son, who obtained this distinguish ed mark of tbe admiration of their follow-oitizens by tbe following inci dent! -Both the father and tbe son were, for some offence against the State, condemned to die. Some favorable circumstance appearing on the side of the son, be was granted a remission of his sontenco under certain provisions ; in short, he was offered pardon, on the cruel and barbarous condition tbat he would become the executioner of bis father I . lie at first resolutely refused to pre serve bis life by means so fatal and de testable. This is not to be wondered at; for let us hope for tbe honor of our nature, tbat there ore very few sons who would not bare spurned with ab horrence life sustainod on a condition so horrible and unnatural. Tbe son, though long inflexible,yiolded at length to the entreaties ot a fond parent, who represented to him tbat bis (tbe fa...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 20 March 1864

. en - . VOL. -1. PUBLISHED EVERY HOMING, ' (MONDAYS (XCKPTCB,) Y ' WILLIA5I XI. NEWELL, KDiT04t AHD rKOFRIITOR. T'dhjis Twenty-five emit per week, payable to the carrier per month, by mall, $1; three month, $2 60; tlx months, $5j eae year, $8. Advertisement! inserted at low rates. Job Printing, livery df srrinthm of plain an fancy Job Printing exe iiti il with neatness anil despatch, and forwHrded as per atirx any part of the country. J tymentJor Job Print ini) i"irt be mailt nn delivery oj mirk. BLOCH MILLER &, CO., Dalle, Oreiton, IMPORTKBS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ALL, KI.VOS OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING-, HOOTS AND SHOFS, HARDWARE hinews roots. Also, a good assortment of all kinds of Groceries and Provisions.! Wines and Ijiquors, Constantly on hand. m!4-tf H. BROWN & BRO., WHOLESALt AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ' FANCY AND HTAPLI5 DEYGOODS! , GHOCERIES, PROVISIONS, o. Mr. M. BROWN, being a resident of San Francisco, we aie enabled to offer nreat Indeeuieiit to unrchasers. Ve r 'spec...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 20 March 1864

WILUaM H. MIWIU... SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1864. Tbi Oneonta brought up yesterday, 69 paJ teagers tod 36 borgei. , Grant's Mkdal. The gold medal ordered bj Congress for presentation to General Grant, in commemoration of his victories, is being designed by Mr. Lentze, of San Francisco. Sons scoundrels recently broke into a CeUb- olio Church at San Diego, robbed it of most of its valuables, desecrated the tomb ofihe founder of the church,, and ,p.e.rormed many other acts of rascality., Niw Vabkit. Read the advertisement of, the Dalles market, Opposition it the life of trade, and Messrs .Hellef A.Sbaw are deter mined that the, people .shall ,npt, suffer for want of cheap meat. "Anothib Richmond." It will be, seen from his card, that ,P.. T, Tuthill is, iq the fijeld, ready to contest fhe.Cjty Mflrahalship wj,tb, comer. The contest for this oe .begins , to assume a triangular farm, and is, becoming de; cifdedly interijsting.j the .language of the ring, we say "May the best man win." R...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 20 March 1864

ouutaincer. TELEGRAPHIC DISPATCHES. Fan Francisco, March 18. Eastern line not working last night. The Brother Jonalhau anil- d lor your port. She carried (even hun dred tons of merrhandise and a great many passengers. The Sierra Nevada will also car ry about a thousand tons of freight and up wards of five hundred passengers. Bark Jane A fuulkenburg sailed for Portland with about '00 tons freight. Baric Experience, thirty-six days from Tahiti, brings 359,000 oranges, LOT), 000 lemons, and 3,000 cocoanuts.v All parties arrested on criminal indictment, except Smiley, have furnished bonds. U. S. Grand Jury have indicted Eugene L. Mi , Uernard Van Home and John L. Cook, for fraudulent invoices through the Custom House. Ripid decline in grain and produce market. Prices being solely of a speculative character. Choice butter from the Isthmus, firm at 40 O-nU. Effzs 30Ci)35. Xreka, March 18. A fiie broke out about half past 3 o'clock to-day, among a lot f woodeu buildings on the corner of Mi...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 20 March 1864

xu. DISUNION. . . .. r 5 There's a sound on the wind, there'! a thrill, chilling cry 'Going pant on the blaflt, through the comfortless sky. - In the night Is a walling, Hint keenly hath clove Through my heart, like the pain of an unhappy lore ; And tit Nation, In slumbers she will not resign, 1h vexed and disturbed by a sound and a sigii; Anl sobs In her sleep, as the warnings go past, "There is danger and discord and death on the blast.' . And whonce comes fhe'wlndt and what causes the pain? And wherefore this-whlspdr froin Toxus to Malno? And whr, In the fullness and depth of her rest, Should the heart of our Mother in dreams be dtstress'd ? Potomac's bine waters are clear as the skies, And the chiefs that sit by them are valiant and wise ; llut a lew laughing -neud to their counsels has stoke, And darkens with tempest the calm of each soul. A poison unwonted corrodes In their veins, Wild freniy is racing their hoarts and their brains, And 'the demon still hisses in whispers of f...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 6 May 1864

f :: ' ""A 03 VOL. -A. DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY O, 1804. no. so. 0ntaineert PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS IX01PTI D,) BY WILLIAM II. NEWELL, EDITOR AND PBOPRIITOS. , " ' TlftHS Twenty-JLvtcmU per weak, payable to the carrier par month, by mall, (1; thraa months, $2 60; lx months, $S; oua year, $8. Admrtlsementa Inserted at low rates. ' Job Printing. Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing axe ntad with neatness and despatch, and forwarded M per rder to any part of the country . Payment Jar Job Print ing mutt be made on deliver qj vnrk. '.. ' ' BLOCH MILLER 4 CO., Dalles, Oregon, IMPORTERS AND DtAUAl I ALL KINDS OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, HARDWARE MIXER'S TOOLS. Alao, a good assortment of all kinds of ' Grooeries and Provisions. Wines and 1-iiqu.ora. Constantly on hand. - t144f M. BROWN & BE07, WHOLRSALt AMD RETAIL DIALIM III FANCY AND STAPLE DRYGOODS! GROCERIES, PROVISIONS. &o. Mr. M. IIHOWN, being ft resident of San Francisco, we are enabled t...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 6 May 1864

I aih Mountaineer, WIUUM B. H1WIU.. FRIDAY MOBXIXG, MAY 6, 18(11. Coii. BiLDiif, Agent for the ante of the Slate School Lands, is now at tbe Dalles, and wilt take pleasure la Riving settlers and all others needful information. In Mimobiam. Tbe firemen of Sao Francis co are about to erect a splendid monument over the remains of George H. Hossefross, late Chief Engineer of the Fire Department. . Hon. J. R. MoBbidi has tendered Master thanes weweu me appointment to tne u. . Naval Academy, to fill an existing vacancy. The youth has accepted the Appointment, and v ill leave for the East at an early day. Till Immiouation. A private letter, dated Burlington. Iowa, March 18th, says : " There is going to be a very large emigration to Ida- l.o this Spring j I think that it wilt be the largest that ever crossed the plains." It is said that since the call upon California for ten regiments of troops, the number of cripples, and persons afflicted with rheuma tism, and other disabling complaints h...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 6 May 1864

UKB. tA.T!CHT KA8TKUN NEWfci, Dit't ttt May 3. 'Cffiro, May $.t la reported that Pduch tf fraia threatened. iM ensures are being. Iti- Jlcm to prevent the Government properly from falling Into the bands of the enemy MionM HofT ipAin nrtvnnce on that place, his said th over 1000 people from tbe country Above Faducnh, and conirahnns are encamped with in a radius of ten miles on the opposite aide of the river from that citv. Wa$hivfftm. May 2. Tl nffiilnvlt taken by the milt l"1. mint It tee on the Conduct of tlm War Ht Fort Pillow, whow conclusively that some of the negroes were burlwl tilfve. The deposition of one wm t-ken, who wm dun out of his own grave. There Is no doubt of the fhct thut one r' more prisoners were nailed thrmttfh the fltwh to pieces of wood and then burlod nlive. Not only on the day of furrcmler, were such lendteli acts pevpetiutedj, but tiaxt tiny in cold blood. The victims scon by the cnonnitteo men plorcedandcut In the face with bnyonets and swords while other ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 6 May 1864

mm iniig fountain er THE SPIRIT'S HlGH fe'oTINY. ,. Thoughts iti frea.e.tvd eloejiioni, and bright, linked In goMee, chain j I all mushitkeAHh, and light, ' And linked I A mind all r And worth.-rltllout a stain tot tlielr-ivlne, Immortal birth f fyf "e "ow have fragrant broath, ' t , i"'.d rosy smiles and hues f and why their porfume livei In death ? Why sunbeams, showers and dews, And gentle Spring's ethereal reign, Should warm them Into life agalu? Called by the silent Tolce of Time, As day succeeds to day, The bright, the beautiful, sublime, Must pass from earth away '.While all her wilds, and bowers that bloom, ; Make muslo that wight wake the tomb I j But'roodness dies not with the good, . Nor wisdom with the wise ; , All things that fade shall be renewed ' Beyond these ruined skies. These spirits aud theso forms of ours Bliall wear the infinite stars as flowers? WHAT IS IT t The man Is thot a fool, Or bigot, plotlng krl m, IIoo, for the adransment or hit kind, la wizer lhati b...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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