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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 28 November 1865

CO JP ESS3VOL. o. DALLES, OREGON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBEB 88, 1805. NO. 03. : PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS EXCEPTED,) BT E. G. COWNE & J. 1IALLORAN, BD1T0R8 AND PBOPaUTORS. 1'iEKB Twenty-five centt per week, payable to the carrier per month, by mail, tl; three month, $160; iiz mouths, $6 ; one year, $8. Advertisements inserted at low rates. - Job Printing, i Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe ntod with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per order to any part of the oouutry. Payment Jor Job Print ng must bt made on deliver) oj work. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. HANDLEY & SINNOTT, Prop'rs. THIS POPULAR HOUSE, 0INTR1LLT LOCATED, Near the Steamboat landing & Railroad Depot, IIus been recently enlarged and improved, and, will now accommodate 300 GUESTS. 5 T WILL BE CONDUCTED u heretofore, as a FIRST CLASS HOUSE, and the patronage of the traveling ubllc is respectfully solicited. G jT Dtggage taken to the House free of charge. House open all night. ' ...

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. — 28 November 1865

P TUESDAY MOBNIXfl, HOY. 28, 1805. MlNMSOTA nisei 10,000,000 bushels of. wheat this year, and will have 6,009,007 basbels to sell. She will also bare $2,900, 000 of oats to sell. HB I STORE ASH OF THAN SPORT A TIOW OH THJB COLUMBIA R1VKR. Some apprehension baa been expressed tbat the increased production of the agricultural districts, above the Dalles, would In time effect the amount of freights up the Columbia river, and tbat in consequence, the proportion of freight to popnlation would continual! de crease. The articles of agricultural production east of this point are, and will be for many years, principally meat and bread, which form about one quarter of tbe total weight of ship ments to any mining section. These average about one and a half pounds to the man aday. Tbe time in which the mines will be altogether Bupplied from tbe fields and pastures east of the Cascades, may be reasonably anticipated at five years in the future. From tbense for ward, one quarter of the weight of ...

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. — 28 November 1865

9a iltr Mouutaiiucr. Epitome oi" Teiesrapliic News. rOOHPILKD ISOM Till OREOONI.IK. DATES TO NOVEMBER 30. Atlantic Kcwi, new 1 Of, tinv. 14.Thn nrnnnllnr nfnM. tana, from Mew York for San Francisco, was Ht Rio Janeiro Oct. 3d, after twenty-six days Raleigh, Nov. 16. Official vote of the Fifth uuoKreBBiunni lisitici. boowb mat tteulora HrAwn Iq nlnntpil nvnr TTiiwa Kv Qfl vniaa Philade.lphia,Wov. U. Washington L. Lane, A', i .. ' L. r t j j . i i uuim'i ui iuv jicacier, uitru ims morning. : Aisie York. Nor. 15 Tha Tim,,' onnnl.l saja: Two companies of Hancock's corps, uiaiioneu nt Aioanr, were aiapiut-tiea to liur lington yesterday. It is supposed they are destined for Maine. - ' The World? t Washington special Bays that Gen. Sanborn has been appointed by the Praaident. Atrpnt tn hiirmnnitB ilia tVauH man , q . " ......... .uw made free in the Choctaw and Cherokee na tions Dy tne recent Indian treaty. Lawrence. Kanitnjt. Nnv. 14 f!nl ftravA. special inaian Agent, and Uol. Dodd, Agent...

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. — 28 November 1865

2 A Bio Gold Story I Montana against the Would 1 The Montana Post puts in circulation a story about a recont gold discovery which baa only to be road to be properly appreciated. The following is copied from that jonrnal: Upon the arrival of the Helena stage, the pooplo of Virginia City were thrown into a gold excitemont,.bofore which all formor excitements must pale. The facts as wo got thdm from apparently welNaulhenlioated sources are briefly as follows: Mr. Brown, a German, or Norwe gian, and one of the original discover ers of the celebrated Gould & Curry lode, of Nevada, and afterwards of the Brown lode in Nelson's Gulch, in this Territory, was engaged in sinking a SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS FRK8U STOCK! DUSElVBERir & IlllOS., Dalles and Walla Walla', DULSES III , Staple and Fancy Dry Goods. Miners' Outfits, . Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Hats and Caps, Groceries, And full anortment of General Merchandise. Buying our Gooda exclusively In the Ban Francisco market, .Bud making...

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. — 29 November 1865

CI J j! sR-::Slii DALLES, OREGONi WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER SO, 1865. NO. 04. gating PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS EXCEPTED,) BY E. G. COWSE & J. IIALLORAN, , ID1T0HSAHD PROPRIETORS. Terms Twenty-Hvtcmti per weok, payable to the carrier per month, by mail, II; three mouths, J2 50; six muntha, $6 j oue year, $8. Advertisements iuaorted at low ratea. , Job Printing. Every description of plain anil fancy Job Printing exe nted with ueatness and despatch, and forwarded as per order to any part of the country. liymtnt Jor Job trint ing must 6e made on delivery oj work. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. HANDLE Y &SEVNOTT, l'rop'rs. THIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY LOCATED, Hoar the Steamboat Landing & Railroad Depot, II is beeu recently enlarged and improved, and will now accommodate 30 0 GUESTS. ST WILL DM CONDUCTED aa heretofore, aa a FIRST 01. ASS HOUSE, and the patronage of the traveling jiuhlic in respectfully sollcito I. itf Daggage taken to the House free of charge. House open ...

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. — 29 November 1865

WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOV. 20, 1805. Parties art still leaving Boise for Blackfoot. A light fall of stow occurred in Boise Bnain on the 18th lost. Indians till infest the road between Boise City and Owyhee. Tn man killed by Boise at Walla Walla a week ago, was named Pox. Wibn the weather n very foggy in the Wil lamette Valley in winter, the people hope foi continuation of ' fine weather." Hibak Kotuz bus been convicted in Boise of murder in the first degree for killing a Cbi- Daman. - Many of the troops lately in the Confederate army are enlisting in the armies of the United 'states.. Wi have received from BT. M. Waite, Secre tary of the State Agricultural Society, a pmphlet containing the premium listot the lite State H'air, the Constitution of the Society, the opening address for 1865, an essay on sheep-husbandry, and much other interesting matter. It is handsomely printed by the TUB OCEAN STB AMKRS AND THB CO- LiVMUlA RIVER ROC TK. The power to maintain tho trade to the mines in Ida...

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. — 29 November 1865

la tin Mountaineer. Epitome of Telegraphic News. COHPIUB VHOM TIM OMaONIAN. DATES TO NOVEMBER. 0. Atlantlo Kcw. New York, Nov. 16. Gen. Grant visited the Union League last night. He was welcomed Itv Vi(.n Pn.diHf.nt. Rmilfmnn tarlm a fi a I liunlr- - J ' " I " -"i .,w iuff hi in for his victories, alluded to the foul wrong committed by the French in occupying Mexico. Grant replied: "There is one senti ment in rour address which is mine also the one touching the future of Mexico." This was received with cheers. Speeches were made by Generals Meade, De Troblnnd and uinertr A frpntlpmnn u-iir, n ri vail (A.flaw Bant Smugglers have been uuusually active during Tiitlftp vhn naml iIia namtt rt SinntA. TTai. . , .. ... " lan lo obtain, charge of money belonging to ine national union uommission, nuu vuio nas been in the old Capitol lor lereral mouths, was released without trial. The limes' special savs ; Freeman Clark Comptroller of the Tre-isurv. is eniraorel on bis report, lie will recomm...

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. — 29 November 1865

r Tbi Riasom. Tho Idaho World remarks that tht reason ihown for the jealousy of the San Francisco Dress. In general, towards the nines on the waters of the Columbia is ac counted for by the fact that the moneyed men of California have many millions Invest ed in the mines east of the Sierra Nevada and south of Humboldt. It becomes necessary, in consequence of this fact, for the press to -labor unceasingly to keep down favorablo re ports from other quarters, lest the depleted minlog population of their mines should be still further thinned out. The propriety of this policy should be conceded by the public press in this. part of the country, and we should rely on our own means of reach ing the people of other sectiobs with informa tion of our' resources, and inducements to money and labor to come among us. ' Tbi stream-tin at Owyhee has encouraged prospecting until a lode charged with oxides of tin has been discovered. The Idaho State) man says the lode is two miles i.p Jordan Creek, 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. — 30 November 1865

, 5STVOL. o. bALLES, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1865. N0.05. , PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, . y (MONDAYS IXOKPTID,) BT E. G. COWft'E & J. IIALLORA1V, IDIT0H3 AND PR0PR.IIT0R8. ' l'lUMS 7HoCTiy;!ti centt per week, payable to the carrier per iiiuiun, uy man, i; tnree months, zeu; six months, $5 ; one year, $3. Advertisement! inserted at low rates. ' , Job Printing. Every description of plain and fanojr Job Printing exe- niu wuii uewues. nnu aespaicn, ana lorwarded as per order to any part of the country. Payment lor Job Print . ha ..,1. AH -1.1 : - i . - UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. IIANDLEY & SINNOTT, Prop'rs. THIS P0rUlAH HODSI, OtltTRAUT LOCATED, Near tie Steamboat Landing ft Kailroad Depot, Una been recently enlarged and Improved, and will now occommoaaco 300 GUESTS. IT WILL BH CONDUCTED as heretofore, as a FIRST CLASS 1I0USK, and the patronage of the traveling public U respectfully solicited. Baggage taken to the House free of charge. Honse upeu an iiigm. LARGE FIRE-PR...

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. — 30 November 1865

THUBSBAY MORNING, NOT. 30, 1865. Caleb Lyon os Lyonbdam. Since Columbia Lodge, wo. s, i. o. o. f I X t- - rll. .... .... .1. Aly .MuIp In n.v. 1 the return of Gov. Caleb, of Lyonsdale, BM ,, of Eecond nd Court Btreetfc Broth. in thai IjVOtl of Trfahft TerritOrv. ft Verv good standing are tnvlted to attend. Br order. N.G, spirited contest has been goiDg on be- ' laiio F. Blooh, Ban rrenciaco. C. 8. Miixn, -.- SlO. SCHAWBACnEK, , Dallei fa NOTICE tweon some of tbo representative men "js hereby given that the co-partnership hereto abb peupio ox vwyuco iuob. upuu 0f jne jw0 political parties as to wno kll and f. w. Thompson, doing a mercantile bn.i. I ' t i uc wo iu vino inovo, uuuw tuu uauie ui Xj. v. iiniuj vu.f 18 tO have &nd hold hlS gubernatorial jB this day diSBotTed by mutiml consent, and hereafter a I tl.m t.nalnaH n mat A fi.n will t. .n..,l.,nlu,1 lia V fv their new church with " pious pride." fure existing between E. 0. HAKDY, 0. L. MITCH . ai.d F. W. THOMPSON, dolima mer...

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. — 30 November 1865

tor n EXPOSITIOfl-lS TUERE&NUimCKI . Daclks, Nov. 29th, 1805. Editor Mountaineer From time immemorial there has been an old In dian trail between the .Cascades and Dallos, on the sonth side of the river, which, since civilization has reached this coast, has been used by white men. Somo seven years ago, tho County Commissioners mado it a county road, on paper, in the Clerk's offico; but the road is only a trail yet. More recently a company claiming incorporation under the general law, call it their wagon road, yet it remains a trail, and is loudly complained of as being bad, so' bad as occasionally to cause the loss of stock. Poor immigrants and broken miners, who aro without money, or cannot well afford to pay the stoamboat fare, and travel this old trail ot neces sity, find their way impeded by gates, and toll domandod, which from already depleted purses, they are ill-prepared to pay. If there is no legal authority to call an Indian trail a "wagon road," and collect toll upon i...

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. — 30 November 1865

SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. HAKE DAILY MOUNT AINEERNl latin TP. Jk.'. C7 rV ..- The President's Policy. Tho sub- joined extract la from the Nevada Ga zette, and is about as eonsiblo a view of tbe aims of extremists as we iiave met:. Tbe Sacramento Union sayis th "result of tho election in North Caro. lina will gratify all tte original oppo nents of the President's generous and leniont policy J" We have no doubt that it will, and the same men would be more gratiSod still if the rebellious spirits in tho South would organise another war.. Anything that will keep up turmoil and trouble in the country, and postpone tho settlement of ques tions growing out 01 the rebellion, will gratify the opponents of the Pres ident's policy. Nothing gratifies them rnoro than tho continued manifesta tions of a rebellious spirit in tbe South, and they have done, and are still do ing everything in their power to keep alive the antagonism of tho soctions, for no other purpose that we can im- agine, but to lo...

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. — 1 December 1865

PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING, (MONDAYS EXOKPTBD,) BY E. G. COWKE & J. IIAELORA1V, KDITUHS AND PROPRIETORS. 1'sRHSTwmty-Jivtctntt per week, payable to the carrier per month, by mail, $1 ; three months, ti 60 1 six tiiuntliB, $6 ; one year, $. Advertisement lnaerteil at low rates. Job Printing. Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe--nted with neatness and despatoh, and forwarded as per order to any part of the country. PaymtHtJor Job Prinl ing mutt be made on delivery oj work. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. UAKDEEY & SI.VXO X Tt l'rop'rs. THIS POPULAR HOUSB, 01NTRALLT LOCATED, Ifear the Steamboat Landing & Kailioad Depot, Has beeu recently enlarged and improved, and will now accommodate GUESTS. IT WILL BH CONDUCTED m heretofore, as aFIIlST CLASS HOUSE, Hud the patronage of the traveling public Is respectfully sulicite-i. Bagjcnge takeu to the Uonse free of charge. House open all night. LARGE FIRE-PROOF SAFES TO DEPOSIT VALUABLES Pillion, Oct. 4-tf. ' ' ' s EMPI...

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. — 1 December 1865

FRIDAY MOEMNO, DEC. 1, 1865. GM.. Sbimheb Aoaih. Sometime since we noted the remarkable example of energy nod devotedness exhibited Gen. F. E. Spinner, in bis office of -United' States Treasurer. II appears tliat In four and a half years be baa only lost eighteen days;' seventeen of which were- from sickness. Bis average attendance-at bis office ba been sevonteen boars a day. Bis industry and correctness aro unparalleled. UKiiriin. Company "i," Doartn .;aiiror- Dia Infantry Volunteers, and a portion of Com- jiany M E,"' FirBt Washington Territory In fantry Volunteers, arrived at Fort Dalles yes ' terday, from Indian Springs, under command of Capt. Scott. The officers and men are to be mustered out, and they earry with tbem the thanks of our people for arduous and use ful services rendered in Eastern Oregon. Be ing denied' participation in the more import ant military events at the Bast, they have done equally as great service to the country In the obscure field assigned to them, whi...

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. — 1 December 1865

Epitome of Telegraphic News. COMFIUS VEOM III! OBEOOVIUr. ' , . DATES TO NOVEMBER 90. Atlantic Sevi, New York, Nov. 17. Advices from Toronto to ibe evening of November 16th, stale that ttie excitement has somewhat subsided. The troops are still under arms, and have patrols out. - The Timet' special dispatch says t Applica tion was made to day to the Navy Department by Ethan Allen, of New York, in behalf of the Russin'a & American Overland Telegraph Com pany, tor a naval vessel to aid in laying; the cable across Bahrinpr s Straits.' The appllca tion was refused by the Assistant Secretary of the Navy, on the ground that it was exolu eively a private enterprise. New York, Nov. 17. The World'i Washing too, dispatch says, intelligence was received to-day and communicated to the proper au thorities relative to the situation in Mexico. A gentleman who arrived here whose word can be vouched for, says that on bis way from Tobasco to New York, within the last two weeks, he met an agent of...

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. — 1 December 1865

Ma. Johnson as Pbbsident. borne politicians who have attempted to bully President Johnson have found him rather rough, but that is by no means bis general demeanor. A correspond ent of the Philadelphia Press compares him with his predecessors and pays : Each President, in my remembrance has had peculiarities. Mr. Pierce lor instance, was a mosi courteous gentle man. Buchanan was, in manners, as in heart, an iceberg. Mr. Lincoln was genial, but it is said that towards the -fast he was sometimes irritable. There is no' wonder in this. Pour years in the White Houso would irri tate an angol. But, bo fur, Mr. John son is successful in pleasing all. lie, I believe, generally receives standing, but in a minute or two requests you to ' bo seated, lie listens wiih no sign ol impationce, and makes business'like replies. There is no attempt to itn pross you with the grandeur of the po sitioneasy and agrooable you at once ' feel at home'. There iB no reticence. He may ask your opinion on the gr...

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. — 2 December 1865

CD- ' ' : , , , . r VOL. O. DALLES, ORRGON, SATURDAY, DECEJIUEK , 1885. NO. Ofl. PUBLISlIlil) EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS EXCEPTED,) BY E. G. COWSE & J. IIALLORAN, , 1DIT0II8 AND PB0PRUT0R9. I'IRMS Twenty-five centt per week, payable to the carrier per mouth, by mail, $1; throe month, t2bQ; tlx months, go ; oue year, $8. Advertleeuieut inserted at low rates. Job Printing. Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing ex nced with neatnoss and despatch, and forwarded as per older to any part of the country. Pay nunt Jor Job Print inn mint be made on delivery oj work. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, ORECON. IIANDL12Y & SI.WOTT, I'rop'rs. this popular house, centrally located, ITear the Steamboat landing & Railroad Depot, Has been recently enlarged and Improved, and will uow accommodate 30 0 Gt TJ E H T S . IT WILL BH CONDUCTED as heretofore, as a FIRST CLASS HOUSE, and tho patronage of the traveling public Is respectfully solicitel. Mjjr BagK-axe taken to the House froe of charge....

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. — 2 December 1865

iriiilTWiTiii SATURDAY HOMING, BKC. 2, 1805. Tin Columbia River lias raised thirty inches iu tbe last ten days, Vigilancj! Committees have been organ ganized in the eastern counties of Virginia, to hunt down and punish horse-thieves. Tub "roughs" are visiting at Astoria. Several attempts at theft and burglary have been made at. that place, Thb Mrtntafift neck-tie " is a new style of" choker" much in vogue with a certain claBS east of the Rocky Mountains. - Gen. Bobm, ia President of a company which has Cased R. A. Alexander's extensive Iron works on Green River, in Kentucky. Tub men to build the steamer on Pen d Oreille Lake have left Umatilla for the scene of operations. The machinery for the boat has all gono forward. In Maine a rebel deserter who had served two years with Lee enlisted, and claimed the extra bounty on tbe ground that be was a veteran1.- EnitATCM'. In the noticd of Cohn & Bourn's selling off their' stock of goods, in yerterday mornirrg.'d issue, the nnme of Mr....

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. — 2 December 1865

iwutainccr. Epitome of Telegraphic News. fCOMHLSD MOM ORKUoMA.t. DATES TO NOVJBSIUeSH S3. New Orleani, Nov. 18. Tlie Miaaissippt House ol Asiuwuly baa partly revised its re fusal IQ allow pegro testimony against w biles. It baa low passed, by 47 to 43, a law addiDg lo tbe previous law tbat iu catet iu wliicli tbey (negroe?) oiler themselves- as witnesses lliey shall be parlies to Hie rucord. tbe follow ing : " And iu coses in which they are parlies boll) plaintiff aud deleudaut, and iu all crim inal cases iu wbicb tbe olfeuse charged wus committed agaiusl the person or properly of a frerdiuan, tree negro or mulatto bo offered is a witness ; 1'rovided, no lieedman, free negro or mulatto ebali be txsmiued as a wit ness in any case whatever, only upon tbe etand in open Court." Tbe Slate tieuate will doubtless adop ibis section. From Alabama we learn that the Congress "men e.ect are as lollows: First District, G. 0. Langdnu ; Second District, Uiorgo (J. Free maii; Tlnrd District. Uulleu...

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. — 2 December 1865

onniaiiucr. Southern Politics. Under date of October iOtb, the correspondent of a Philadelphia paper wrote from Wash fogton : - We hare roost enaouraging reports from the South, with reference to the representatives nominated, and those t toe nominated for the next session of Congress. Almost, If not quite, to a man, they will be able to t-ike the "test" oath of 1862, and this will dis arm the radical power at once. The Soath is not too blind to see that the game is in its own bands, and it is act ing cautiously in the matter of its nominations to. make sure that every one (ia the language of old Zach Tay lor) is "fit to be made." No clearer proof; of the determination of the South to be represented could be of fored than the spontaneous and un Belfish withdrawal of all from the can vass who cannot moot the "danger" at the threshold, and the giving place to those against whom the radical bhafts will dash in vain. Turning Tobacco Ashes to Ac count. The schooner Severn has nailed from...

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