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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 21 November 1865

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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. — 21 November 1865

l it-. (2 minim. Tuesday mokmnc. nov..2I, isos. , Tun lierra Nevada carried down $278,000 io treasure. ' Cap. MoCawN's Company of the First Oregon Infantry, is to be at once mastered out of service. , Extraordinary induci'ments are offered to colored men to go io Mexico, to engage in cotton growing. Thi rich, sulphur find silver combination in the Poor man Lode is called " stcphaaite " by the scientific worM. ' Julien LadTew has been sentenced in tbe Multnomah Circuit Court to cue year's itn prisoomcnt in the-Penitentiary. Tifs Wilson O.. Hunt hits been rebuilt, in part, J launched. She is ready to go in the trade from Portland to Cascades. Mormons are allowc-i to settle in tbe Sand wich Islands,, pro Mail they give op poly gamy. This they consider persecution. A new paper,, culled the Irish PtopUtina been started in Sun Francisco- It is devoted to the cnii-8 of Irish, Lnd"opdence. The Montana 1'oit is sorry to fco the eJi. tors of the two Denver papers abusing each other. Lb a sorr...

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. — 21 November 1865

$)ailn Ittoiuttahucr. Hon Tin Nbws. Irrsmiiellirooka, a cit izen of the Dalles, has juH returned from Montana Terrifoiy. He left Blackfoot City on tha SLst of October, and reports that, at the time of big departure, snow had I'alleo in ' the mines to the depth of, from eix to ten inches. There was a little snow In spois in Deer Lodge Valley, and a light full bud oc auned in Hel gate Roude, hut had gone off, ad the weather there was delightful. He found snow 'uto.wn tlie HoIIgate Canyon to 'within t u miles of Big lilackfoot. In con- sequence of the cold weather, washing was , . , . . . pretty much suspended in ihe mines, but drifting opcratious continued with unbitte feuergy. The trade at Blackfoot City was quiet, and . the following are the pries ol leading arti cles: F our Suit Luke, per hundred pounds, $22; O-egun, $25Ju, and some ta k of ad vancing the price to $28; Bacon cargo sales of Oregon at 50c; rcl.iluigut 60C5c; I.a'd ro'niling at 6070c; Beans, 40(g45c; with saies of dam...

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. — 21 November 1865

PRESIDENT JOHNSON'S DEClSN Jn .these times, when bo rnueb do y ends upon the decision of chat Abler of oar: President) Buch anecdotes as the following are very encouraging: The day 'before the execution of the 1 assassins there was a great deal of discussion in this city about the proba ble reprieve of Mrs. Suratt. 'A cora- .pa.ny.of gentleman were at the Astor House, most of whom agreed that the woman would not be executed, some assigning the reason that the President would not have pluck enough to brave publio sentiment, and allow a woman "to bo nun. A, well known merchant of JNow York who was present coolly remarked, " A man who talks about Andy Johnson's want of pluck evi dently don't know the man. If . Andy Johnson has signed the death warrant of Mrs. Suratt sho will dio. If he had intended to have reprieved her, he would have signed it." lie added " Let me tell you what I know. I was shut up in Nashville when the oity was surrounded by twenty thou sand rebel troops, who demand...

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. — 23 November 1865

fifl II r JH - Mil1 vr y jib a" &r isbuwsss nw vMz&favm&&przr J.S",..T?. VOL. O. tA3f.XKS, OlJI GON, TIItmSDAY, NOVEMBER 83,1808. NO. SO. fails l0untahucrt riBLlSUEU EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS BXOKl'TBD,) BV ' E. G. COWKE & J. HAL LOR AN, KDITOHS AND PBOPUIKTOR. " linjis Tiomty-firectntt per wook, payable to .ie cirrlei pur month, liy inuil, tl; throe months, $2M six months, $5; oueyear, $3. Advertisement Inositol at low rutes. ' ' Job Printing. Every description of plain ittict fancy Job Printing ( nteil with neatness and despatch, and forwarded per order to any part of the country. ibymerU Jor Job f4 ' t inj mutt be midt on delivery oj tnrk. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. iiaxoi.cy &si..orrt iTop'rs. THIS POPULAR H0U8K, CRNTRAU.T lOCATBD, Near the Stsimboat Landing & Railroad Depot, (u been recmitly enlarged and improved, and will now accommodato :$oo GUESTS. IT WILL HK CONDUCTED u lieretotore. a. a FIRST CLASH HOUSE, and the patronage of the traveling pu...

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. — 23 November 1865

THURSDAY MOBXIXG. JfOY. 23. ISi5. No Mail. There a no mail from beyond Fortlnnd, Inst night. The continuous rains have probably impeded travel in the valley to n great extent. ' Tub Stockton Independent says that Brig;. Gen. Tom Sweeney, bag seen much service, nnd has lost bis right arm, "but was never severely wounded." Upon examining the exploded boiler of the Yoiemite, an engineer remarked that portions of the iron were as thin as "cassimere." When his statement found its way into print, tbo boiler had got to be as thin as "gossamer." Tub Mtdi8oa'(Indiana) Courier says it has beard young ladies singing, " Who will care for mother now?'' while their old mothers were wearing themselves out in the kitchen over the family washing. This first discovery of stream tin was made nt Owyhee about two years since. Ineffectual search was then made for the source of it. It bus not yet been traced to any vein, or deposit of any character. , It la very wittily remarked by ruck that ticket-takers...

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. — 23 November 1865

u u yy U U U I U4UH V , Thb Great Vallky or th Payttk'XTib Great V l!ey of the Payette, h a name rom. inonly given lo a large body of agrieultiiial lands lying along the Lake Fork of the Pay elte, a stream wlrich rises just sotiih of War-' roll's Dii;rinps, and flows due south to the Payette River, about twenty miles above Horse shoe Bend.. Its geographical location is be tween the meridians of 115 and UC west from Greenwich, and the parallel of 44 and 45 30' north. On the east, running nearly jmralln! to the Lake Fork, from south to north, is the West Fork of Salmon River ; and ou the west, running from north to south, is the AVeiser River. The great valley is hemmed in on all sides by high mountains, having gen tle slopes, partially covered with t growth of piue, lir, luurel and other trees and shrub', with bright streaks of grass intermixed; but to get out on to the waters ul the rivers which bound its flowiigo e.ist and west, terribly pre cipitous mountains must be descended. Th...

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. — 23 November 1865

-CM?, lJ ... l.lli.ln. ,i j. li'U- 3;uln lIlountainccL SULLI.ttt OFF AT COaT ! "Wunscli & Co., ' WILL CLASH OUT THEIR STOCK OF MKKCHAN DISK, at their plnco of business, at the Dulles, iu order to go the Mines. Their stock embraces Dry iiaodt,. Clothing, Hoots, Untn GENERAL M Elt CIIA ND ISE, All which will he sold at COST, for CASH only, aV All who know theuisolvei Inclrliteri to our Arm nt the Dalles will please cnll and eetlle us soon ss possible. Those who have la-en uccoinniiKUted we trust will not delay us unnecessarily, 1-ut he prompt In squaring up ac counts. Call uud see us. all uud everybody I anll-tf M. WU.NSCII & CO. Suit in Equity for Dicvrce. liArtTERN CaIITAL IN TUB OllMUN Mines. A very hundnomo Bum, Baid to be as bi"h a iUJ'J.UUO, hus been of' i'orod by New Yrk cupitulists for tho Jluckel mine, torraorly known as the Itickfellow, and Biiuuted on Powder l.ivur, Orii;on. The property Cun. Bidls ot a lU-stamp quartz mnl, driven by water power, with an average cru...

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. — 24 November 1865

J TV fp -jails ".jr.. rT'jS iso. . vol.. o. DALLES, OfiFGON, FIUDAA', NOVEMllEIt 4, 13S. f -J: 1 .718 y us. . j & y : ' . riBLISUEl) EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS tXOKPTCD,) BT S3. G. COnSB & J. IIALLORAN, BDITOHS AMD PROPRIETOR. Timta - Ttoenty-tw cenU per week, payable to the carrier per iMiiui, by mail, i; mree moninn, vtw ux months, uueyear, $8. Advertisement! Inserted at low rates. Job Printing. Kvery description of plain and fkncy Jfh Printing exe- Qted witli neatnesH and despatch) and forwanrcl as per ortfor canny part of the country. Payment Jar Job Print iny nun oo muue on uenccry oy wvirrni. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, ORECON. HANDLE Y &SINNOTT, I'rop'rs. TniS POUJIAH M9U8C, OtNTRALLT LOCATIS, Sear the Steamboat Landing & Railroad Depot, Has been recently enlarged and improved, aud will now accoiuunmate 30 0 GrUEHTS, TT WILL II K CONDUCTED as heretofore, iu a FIRST S. CLASS HOUSE, aud the patronage of the traveling aiublic is respectfully soliclte . jBEsT Baggage tak...

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. — 24 November 1865

'HUD Sj)V V IIUIUIH VV r. FllID.VI MOKNINfc, NOV. 21. im.s. Tin sum of $90,000 has been subscribed to the stock of a company which is to com mence the manufacture of wool on Pugot Sound. Dorino late session ot the Circuit Court -in Yamhill county, says the Review of the 20th. the Court House took fire. But little damage was dose before the fire waa extinguished.: Nkw Town. A luwu site has been surveyed at White's Bluffs; below Rriest Rapids.' It is proposed to make It the depot for the Mon tana trade fiom this side. Thb Fast Fukiuut Link. We refer our readers to the advertisement ol DuRiMl& Co.'s xa 1'ieigui ijiiie. tins line tuts oecome a fixed institution, and , affords to shippers of valuable packages, and articles requiring des patch in their tnausmission, an excellent op portunity It is an American proverb that ."Time is money," nnd it follows that by sav ing til first weo e making the last. This has been proven by many of those who have forwarded ibeir freight by the Fust ...

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. — 24 November 1865

Satin Iftottutainccr. .WALDROK ROS.t Wholesale & Retail Druggists, Main Street, Dalies, Oregon. J XT K H. R;f Main Street. Dalles. V80U8ALB AND RETAIL DEALER IN 1 Co.. and offer to the public a full and cotuplote stuck of I Drug. Medicines and Chemicals, consisting lit purt or KEUOSKN.E. LAMP WICKS A CHIMNEYS, TURPENTINE, HOPS. ALCOHOL, SAUK. ACIDS, 810X0 RS. LINSEED, . LEECHES, LAKU. CORK. . CA.-TOR ANT) 1.ND100 AND NKATSPOOT Oil, LANFBI.AOK. TRUSSES, SHOULDER BRACES. SUPPORTERS. AND . I'ATKNT MICDICINKA Onr stork nf FANCY 0 HIS I of the Hiie.it and beat Jommoi prudence urges 1 qi. illty ; new styh-s ond Urge assortments, suck u LUHI i ES r If u r. r. II I , liAin. LUBIN'S T.MI.ET SOAP, FLKSII, POMADES. SHAVING, COSMETICS. HAT. UAIItOII.3, CLOTII"S, COLOGNE, TOOTH AND FANCY SOAPS AND KAIL BRUSHES TlOTH PdWDKKS, AND COMBS. PURE WINfJS AND LIQUORS, For Medicinal purposes. ' : Our facilities fur buying goods are second to none In the State, und we shall at ull times sell at a smal...

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. — 24 November 1865

Taa Ap pnoAOHiNa Comet. The comet now muking its way towards the earth itt known as Jiielu s comet, and lias on several occusions puwsoil near enough to the earth to be seen. Ihe elements 01 its orbit and the pa riod of its reo!ution around the sun were calculated by M- Biela in 1826 The putt) ot this comet passes very near tbat of the earth so near that the matter of the comet includes a rart of the earth's crbit at one time, t was predicted that this comet would collide with the earth in 1832, and that our planot would be blotted out of -the solar system, but the comet crossed our oibit on the 29 ih day of ot October, and the earth did not ar rive at the point where the collision was to have occurred until 32 days after Just 52 millions of miles behind time. This comet makes its revolu tion around tbo sun in about six and throe-fourths years. It may now be seen with tbo aid of an ordinary glass, and will be visiblo to the naked eye in a short lime. On the first of No vember it wil...

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. — 25 November 1865

r tfjTsse&j -a h iv hi bi i vi i is iUMe na II ei ii in ii iii A fas- VOU O. D4IXES, OTtKOON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBEU 85, 1HC5. :No. oik mk3 " PUBLISIIEU EVERY MORNING, , (MONDAYS CXOKPTIO,) BT E. O. COW! 12 & J. IIALLORAN, KDITOHS AND PR0PIIIIT0R9. Terms Twenty-flue centt per week, payable to the carrier per month, by mail, $1; three month, 12 60; six months, ii ; one year, $8. Advertisements Inserted at low rates. Job Printing, Every description of plain and fauoy Job Printing exe nted with uoatuoss and despatch, and forwarded as per order to any part of the country. Payment Jor Job Print ing mutt be Made on delivery oj work. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. IIANDLEY &SINNOTT, Ifop'rs. .TJIIS POPULAR H0USS, 0UTSAU.T LOCATED, - Near the Steamboat Landing & Railroad Depot, lias been recently enlarged and Improved, and will now accommodate 30 0 GUESTS. IT WIM, UK CONDUCTED as heretofore, as a FIRST CLASS HOUSE, and the patronage of the traveling public in respect hilly soli...

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. — 25 November 1865

SATURDAY MORMXG. NOT. 25, 1805. Capt. L. Whitb'8 steamboat, building at Colvillo, was to be launched about the mid' die of this month. ' ' ' Th Browubvillb Factory The woolen factory at Brownsville baa been rebuilt, and ii now ready to receive the machinery, which it on the way out from the States. Hill Bkachsy has made a proposition to the Post Office Department to carry the United States mails from Boise City to Humboldt City, Nevada. " Thb people of Utah complain that the quota, of arms due that territory has not been turned over to the authorities. .The Vedette retorts, that the . use made, of government arms heretofore distributed to the polygn atnists was to murder peaceful immigrants and at8n8:lnate United States soldiers. Cool and Convenient. The editor of the Owyhee Avalanche started on a tour in the mines in bis bailiwick, and says that be " dressed ourself in a pair of spurs and a six shooter." Be was well fixed for either light ing or retreating, and the tropical breezes...

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. — 25 November 1865

C33 ailg UToixntainccr. OOMHUSIOATED. OUR RKSKR.VKU KESOUaCKS. UAI.DRON BROS., Wholesale & Retail Druggists, Main Street, Dalles, Oregon. XTK NOW OCCUPY OUR NEW TWO STORY FIRE w DTOif Stone bulhliiia. omios te Uloch. Millar A Co.. and offer to tlx publio a full and complete Hock of Stranirers passion tliroiioh our city often Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals, consisting iu part of ITIIlWIflVVD . I.1UDWI11VO . nllifUDV9 hops, SAUB, 3 V ftsk " Will your hillsides ever be cultivated?" In settling the question thus started, one fact fJ J worth a thousand arguments. Let as ao- cept the facts for answer. Agriculture on our hills has been trie 1 to a small extent, and not i yet pronounced a sucvess. A field ditcbed in, on the siJebill near Five Mi'e Creek, and sown wUli oats, did not pay. On the other and, we find farmers on the creeks slowly sexteuding their tillage to sldeliill benches bove the alluvial soil, and in Borne instances, with manifest profit. There Is a family now making a b...

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. — 25 November 1865

CHJ- lailu Jllomitainccr. Eccenthicties or Gil eat Men. An article containing a remarkable ex pose of the " eccentricities of greut men" is being extensively published by the newspaper press. It rettly con tains most important information! For instance, we are told that " Sir .Richard Steele would sometimes spend forty guineas on a black peruko;" "Cowper bred rabbits, and made bird cagos;" "Dr. Johnson made an espec ial pet of his cat." Extraordinary ec centricities 1 Puck has made a new collection of the eccentricities of great men. which he hopes will be appreua tod : Doctor Johnson, in addition to making a pot of his cut, would often stroke a dog. Gray used always to eat poas with a fork, and had an uncon. querable dislike to putting bis knife iu his mouth. The late Duke of Wel lington always insisted upon having bis coats made to order, and as be do. tested ready-made clothing, always paid ready money for' his clothus. Sir Walter Scntt used constantly, on a muddy day, to stop an...

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. — 26 November 1865

VOL. O. Wo.. DALLES, OREGON, SUN I NO. OXS. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS KXOKPTBD,) BY E. G. COWIVE & J. 1IALLORAIV, EDITORS AND P&OPHIBTOB8. TiaHB Twettty-Jivt. cent per week, payable to the oarrler per month, by mail, $1; three mouths, $2 60; six month a, 16; oue year, $8. Advertise nieuu inserted at tow rates. - Job Printing. Rvery doicrlption of plafu and fauoy Job Printing exe uted with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per order tunny part of the country. Payment Jor Job Print ing must be made on delivery oj work FOR BOISE JU1IVES DIRECT. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. IIAXDLEY & SIVXOTT, I'rop'rs. TUI8 POPULAR HOUSE, OolfTRALLY LOCATED, Soar the Steamboat Landing ft Eailroad Depot, linn beoti recently enlarged and Improved, and will now accommodate 300 GUESTS. - ST WILL BE CONDUCTED on heretofore, as FIRST GLASS HOUSE, and the patronage of the traveling public if respectfully solicited.- Jtf llnggage takeu to the House free of charge. House open nil ni...

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. — 26 November 1865

SUSDAY MORNING. HOV. 20, 1805. vNTttliBUBi.-'WelUFar(ro Co. brought down last evening $118,000 in dust, priori pally from Boise and Owjhee mines. Mb. Richardson, the Tribunt't special cor respondent, arrived in this city by the boat . from above, last evening. He bag made the circuit by San Francisco, Salt Lake, Montana and Idaho, since big visit laBt summer with the Colfax party. His journey has been tlirougtr a most interesting section of coun t'y, which deserves and will doubtless re ceive,, a very full elucidation at his hands. A CH'Anob. Now is the time for parties de ' siring try purchase fine presents for their friends, to procure something handsome. "Win. Birnbaum is determined to close out bis Sto.k of jewelry, gold and silver watches, silver and plated ware, Ac, at prices far be low cost, in order to wind up bis business by the 1st of January. Those desiring to avail themselves of this opportunity should call early. Thk Cosmos Miming Company. The ten Stamp mill of the Cosm...

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. — 26 November 1865

3 atln ftp itittatnccr. LETTER FROM DAKER CITY. Bakeb Citv, Nov. 23d, 1865. Editor Mountainebr : Our little town, vhicb has boen established since the ereciion of Col. Ruckle's quartz mill, is growing ra pidly. We have a number of stores, a hotel, butcher shop, post and express offices, and many new dwelling bouses are being built. Three stages pass through daily on their way to Boise and Owyhee. The Thomas & Ruck. . le road, via Warm Springs is fust becoming the favorite road, and from experience, I must say has a decided advantage over all others, and is destined to be. the main trav eled one this winter. The government train passed over it a few days since, and although there have been heavy rains in the moun tains, tho wagon-master said it is far the , best road. vj Col. Ruckle has been here for the part ten days, giving his personal attention to the 'working of his mill and lode, which are now working splendidly, and the ore coming from . the depth of 130 feet is very rich....

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. — 26 November 1865

Long and Fine Wools. Tbe late extraordinary ri80in tho price of coarse wool we had supposed was mainly owing to the demand of our government for blankets and clothing lor the soldiers. The following artU cle copied from tho Mark Lane Ex press suggests a more pormancnt and HUtisfactory reason for this singular change i " An extraordinary change in fact has taken place in the trade, by vir tue of which the long and,. the fine short wools have changed -pfaces, the former having advanced and the lat ter receded in price, especially lamb's wool, which formerly was the most valuable of any kind of native growth. This discription has fallen to about 14 ponco, or 28 coots per lb, while Lei costershire togsjs or boggett's wool from the eameshoep will letch, or has futchod 2s. Cd., or CO cents per lb, tho fleece weighing 14 lb. Tho causes for so Btrange an alteration in the wool trade are various, but may be traced in the introduction of the Alpao or Lama wool from Peru. Tbe length und finene...

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