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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 12 December 1865

.on i. ' i f . -v i' i l , I VTTC?, OttpGON, TRUSDAt, DEOEMBEIt IP., i.qqg,.. . u, .NO.103. omUiunccr, PUBLlSHIili EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS. IXOIPTKD,) BY E. G. CO WIVE & J. HAL LOR AS, ' IDITOHS AND PBOPHHTOm. Tin an Tnr.t)-fLve txntt per week, payable to theoarrler per month, by mail, $1; three months, $2 60; six months, 6 ; one year, $8. AdvertisemeuUi Inserted at low rates. Job Printing. Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe : ttted Willi neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per order to any part of the country. Iliymentor Job Print ing mull be made on delivery oj work. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. IIAXDLEY &S13LOTT, I'rop'rs. THIS POPUIAB H0D8B, CtKTRAlXT LOGATtD, Hear the Steamboat Landing & Eailroad Depot, lias been receutly eulargod and improved, and will now accommodate ti O O GUESTS. IT WILL UK CONDUCTED as heretolore, as a FIRST CLASS HOUSE, and the patronage or the traveling ublic Is respectfully solicited. Jtf- Baggage taken to the House...

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. — 12 December 1865

ailn 3$Uiiutaiittcr. THK I11NB8 OR fllK IIPPKR COLIIM- HI- lovaxiuw, jsxiisn'i't nun NKSH, Ac. For luaie week past we have been collect ing Information in regard to tbe new 'gold mines discovered on tbe western tributaries A was of a tobacconist in Illinois adver. I of ihs Columbia Rirer, btlweeo 51 and 52 tise. " nigger-head " tobacco. He says that 30' north. We are at last in a position to lay the man who refuses to chew it is a traitor, before our readers, some definite information and ought to be shot on tbe spot. Tax Constitutional Amendment passed the lower bouse of tbe Legislature at 1.30, a. m., on the morning Of the 8th inst.; three mem bers only voting against it. Real Estate Sali. We call tbe attention of persons interested In real estate Invest- gt 0f tDoae lw0 great streams is divided by ments to tbe advertisement of Mr. Williams, a range of mountains running north . and who will to-day offer a valuable piece of prop- s0UtD) railed Selkirk Range, anl tbe Colum r.,.-, Um...

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. — 12 December 1865

hiln lUaiwtaiutcr. Epitome of Telegraphic News." fCOMULSD rOM tfll OStQOKUM. ' ' DATES TO DECEMBER , ' ' Wathittglon, Nov. 17. To B. F. Perry,. Pro- riioii1 Governor of South Carotins': I do pot think it nei-t-BPAry for meiubira t-li-ited from South' Uitrollua, to 00 present at ins or Jruiialiuu of Congress. Ou the contrary, it -. will be better policy to present their cmificajei jot election alter the two bouses bave organ ,' Ited, wliich wijl then be the simple question nuder the Cunstnulton of members Liking llieif seats. K.icU house mum judge for itself as to election returns, and qu ilifi -anona of Its own tncmhvrs As to what the two houses will do in reference to the oath required to be taken befure the members c m take their seats it is unknown to ou, and I do not like to pre dict, ui upon the whole, I am of opinion that it would be better for the question to come up And be disponed of alter the two houses have been oriranited. I hope your Legislature' will adopt a code iu re...

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. — 12 December 1865

WiiiTft1ffifr'''g'T-tTi,'T'ni ountatnecL A. HEW METHOD OK PVLVKHIZINO ORES. V . t. The Monitor (Alpine county) Ga zette gives the following description of eorae machinery for a quartz mill witii A capacity to pulverize 25 tons dally. The machinery is on the ground, and "the Bostob Company aro about to put it up t ; ' . The maohinery consists first' of a Crusher, .weighing complete with shaft and pulley one ton. With fifteen horse power, making 1,023 revolutions per minute.. One of theso machines will crush gravel size fifteen tons of ordk nary quartz per hour requiring one man to attend the crusher and two to handle the ore. It consists of acireu. lar table or diso of oast iron, threo and a half feet across, with four blades or angular blocks of bard metal on its upper surface near the edge. This table, weighing several hundred pounds is made to whirl with great velocity in the bottom of a cast-iron tub, the sides of which are pierced with holes un inch in diameter. The rock is thro...

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. — 13 December 1865

cn w4ra&MRs fairs 4r NO. lO I. mjt m mil gailn IIVouiilHincci; l'l'SLlSHEl) EVEUY MOUSING, ( MONDAYS EXCEPTED,). BV . E. tt. COUAK & J. tl(.I.OR.l, KUITHU3 AND I'ltOPHIKTOHS. XtwHATmnly-RrtttnU per week, payable to the carrier per iinuiih.'hy. mail, ii; three mom in. r!4os six I illin, jf ouu yea, JS. Advertisement lusertod at low rates. ' -... " ' oVMntlr. , fivory description of plain nti.l ruoy Job Printing exe tiled with neatness and ,tesp iti-h, and forwarded us per orOr touny part til tiio ciuiii-i-y. IaytnntJorJiiblrint in't nimtt he n ult on Udivcry uj work. UiVl ATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, ORECOfJ.' SAM'S I.: I XSt.WtU'l', I'rop'rs. Tllli P iPl'llk Itrvi'dU, O'MKAliV L'lCJTDO, Near tho Steamboat Lmdinj ft Railroad Depot, Has hein ruceutJy enlarged and improved, aud will uow a C.JtttllK'tl-lto :$) GtlKSTN, .' fT WILL H.'J LMXDUuM'KD as heretofore, as a MUST .H. C'iASS II J'J.-K. nu I tliu patronage of the traveling public l.s respectfully a.dicite '. A'sJ ilaao ta!ieu tjil...

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. — 13 December 1865

U ,Awuj A.Nt 'UKkMAi.' Kepout I'lie rqiort ; I otumblw lodgi No. 8, l.f.- O. F a. it....... r..-. i n a i 4 ..1. " ...! Meets every Jlinrailiiy evunini: at Qi u'cluck, l.i Oates1 11.1 m'j.is mi. vjriicitu j. t ni'cu euuwa mas . 1 - I.. ,, ... ., I Hall, corner of fecund Hud Court 811 it. llrolln-ra In WEDNESDAY MOitXIMj, DEO. 13, 1805. THE MINKS ON TUB WRR'ncWsf XLOPK. Os' Fllffi SELKIRK MAMHi. The waters flowtiir into Sohswap River, a.nl fioin thence through Souawnp Lake and Katn- loos Lake, whli t lie flowojie from tbe north- ' eni rim of llie Columbia Basin, carry (n their drift, )iod in quantities which lecent pro. I cc ling demonstrates 10 be good rajing pla cert. Among the principal leeders.of Hun awap, from I lie east Htid south-e Bf-t lire Cherry and Sjiillemedseen creeks. These rise in the Si-1-k rk Ktng', and Cherry (Jreek is the farthest south. A few miles from it confluence with the " nuswnp River, Cherry Creek hritnches, nnd on the dividing rldfj" between its forks, a m...

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. — 13 December 1865

Epitome cf Telegraphic Kcffi. - , . , V , ICOMl'IL'JI VROlt this om.aoNm.j DATES TO DECK JIBErt 0. -. C'hicity", Ueo. 8- Uayle, the imagination advi-rneer, nfe.ireil tor lri..l beloru Jii'lie K.i-n-il nl M uiltjimiury, Alnbainti, and gave b ut Is In iiiitivnr when called tor. Seiv l urk, Uro 3. - p Mitinuy, President of ltii; Fenian Hrutlieih i,l, lmniialir a carl de 'noun, itii! Hit? uiiilcuiilctil!. il)lni Iheuiielyea llie I'.uinu Senat", now 111 M'fsliMl. Sru ! U3 i-.ni, fjit-cidl euvoj Iroiu Chile-, (rave a siln.i'iiu'.s liit.iu.iel at LMilioulco'a uu Wed- ifi, lay night. On. Kilii mick will leave fur Chile Decem ber 21. ii ml er lueti u,:iiiiu. Vlncajo, l).-c. 8 A liro broke out lliid niuMiiurf l tne corner nl' Clink and Ju'ksuu n reels, nml .lcnuyt.d live UuiiiluiK'a occupied It twenty ta'iiili.g. Lnisw $JuOJJ. U waa mused l-.y hi" i immi iMii. A li e Uruke out in M;i'i;ri'gir'ts. Iiai,iIiis inui uiii, mi4 .leatiuv nl 2U0 nui!diui;s, ciin;riHiii, eloiea mid ollur enl'intile at...

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. — 13 December 1865

f aili? jfllouutahucn Thz Execution I'F WlUTZ A'-L(.T TEB TO THE PllEWDKNT. Circumstlin- ooa encouraged Wiriz to believe tliat bo might bo reprieved, until within hulfun hour of execution. Somodnj-B previously, his wife, in kineing him, attempted to introduoo poison, wrap pod up in 11 covering of gum, into his inoulli. Tho attendant, suapeding Bomothing wrong, forced him to ppit it out by choking. Ho died with un shaken firmness, .protesting that ho was neither mo'e loss guilty than thou iliouaitndtt of others, which wus probably iriio. Four days before his execution, which was on tho 10th of November, ho wroto tho (subjoined loiter' to Mr. Johnson, which wus hot delivered un til ufter his death : With a trembling hnnd, with n heart filled with tho most cunlliciiDg eini lions, and with a spirit hopeful one moment, und despairing tho next, 1 huvo taken tho liberty of nddressing you. When 1 consider your ex it I led position; when 1 think for a moment that in your hai.d rests llio wea...

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. — 14 December 1865

CI) VOL. 3. DALLES, OREGON, THURSDAY, DEOEMBEU14, 1885f,i NO, IOC, 1 : ! -y V:.' i A PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING, . (MONDAYS IXCSPTiD,) BY K. G. COWAE & J. IIALLORAN, i EDITORS AND PB0PBIKT0R9. TlKMfl Twenty-Jive cent per week, payable to the carrier per month, by mail, $1; three months, $2 60; tlx months, to; oue year, $8. Advertisement inaerted at low rates. , Job Printing. Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe uted with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per trdertbmiy part of tiie couutry. Payment Jor Job Print ing muit 6 made on delivery oj work. U M A T ILL AH O U S E ' DALLES, ORECOHV UANDLEY & SINNOTT, Prop'rs. TUI8 POPULAR H0U8B, OtNTRAUT 100ATEO, Roar the Steamboat landing ft Eailroad Depot, Hits boou recently enlarged and Improved, and will now (accommodate 300 GUESTS. IT WILL BH CONDUCTED as heretofore, as a FIRST GLASS HOUSE, and the patronage of the traveling public 1 respectfully solicits I. - , m Baggage takeu to the House frea of charge. Ilo...

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. — 14 December 1865

v. onutahutr. THUHSDAT MORNING, DEC. 14, 18G5. Tub Union. is now composed of thirty seven States. Colorado ii the youngest. TV fair at Milwaukee for a homo for disa bled Wisconsin soldiers got $102,855. Ti'eiib are fifteen hundred National Banks in operation at this time. Atlanta, Georgia, is said to be improving rnpidly, more than five hundred new build ings Doing in mo way 01 cuusiruciiuu. Jons Stuart Mill's wife is buried at Avig- r.on, in France. He spends several months of every year in that place, to be near ber grave. If Brigham Young lives long enough, it will keep bim very busy to pay similar re Kner.t to his unfortunate elirhtv-seven wives. Thomas Stivkns, says the Idaho World, of the 2d inst., was killed by the caving of a tunnel near Idaho City, on the 25th of Nov ember. He lived for several hours after the , earth fell in on bim, but died a short time be fore be was reached by the drifters who were trying to save bim. Wendell Phillips recently wrote a letter to L. II. B...

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. — 14 December 1865

vj CIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS. ,Ai the opening of Court ou Monday, tue prompt and punctual attendance of juro' S was the' subject of general remark. Of thoso Summoned but one failed to respond, and he, being in' tbe employ of the United States Government, could properly claim his excuse. In nddition to the attorneys residing at the l)alles, Messrs. Strong, Johnson and More Innrl. of Pnrtlar.d were io attendance. A. tinmber of indictments that have stood upon thn docket from 'one to four years, were dis missed, for the reasons thnt defendants had nliacmide 1. or died, or that the witnesses vould not be procured to prove the differ ent offencei charged. The docket on the opening of the court showed 41 criminal, 34 law ana 10 cquuy causes. La.w Causks. Fulton vs Logan, continued Brown et al vs Mc Auliff, dismissed as settled AVeir vs Caris, demurrer to comrttixint over uled on calling for trial a non-suit was granted to plaintiff; Blocii k Co. vs Evans et al, dismissed as settled; Viole...

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. — 14 December 1865

Feenoh Opinion op Prehident John son. 1 he Paris Constitutionel writes in favor of President Johnson's policy in uuuuiiiuuuii. ioiioing nis spooon to the southern delegates, it says t i Aflor a discourse as conciliatory as pacific,' the hour of. unroservod clem ency has arrived, and under penalty of ft rogretablo contradiction, the sym pathetic woras ot the rrcsidont can. not fail to Iransluto themselves in acts. This will he, without doubt, a most happy surpriso; but America is an as. tonitihing nation, whoro tho most pro found transformations take plnco as if by enchantmont. In a single day this eminently practical people is strickon with madness and precipi tates itself into all the horrors of a civil war; tho strifo coases, and in Htocd of all tho excesses of a reaction it disbands its armies, roassumcs again its pouceful occupations, and begins talking all of a sudden tho language of. reasonable people Its statesmen check thomsulves in their roud to use less vengeance, and know...

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. — 15 December 1865

" , -9 &Xmm . .: . -: DALLES, OUKfeON, FRIDAY, DECEilBER IS, 1805. NO. lOO. VOL. . PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, ( . (MONDAYS KXCKPTID,) BY U. G. COWSE & J. UALLORAN, EDITORS AND PB0PKIKT0R9. Termh Tiumty-Jlvecmtt perweek, payable to the carrier por niuntli, by lniiil. H; three months, t'J60; six. months, $d; oatj year, $9. Advertisement inserted at law rutin. . . Job Printing. Every description of plain, and fancy Job Printing exe nted with nentncsR and despatch, and forwarded an per order to any part of ttio country. iuyment Jor Job Print ing mutt lie made on delivery oj work. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, ORECON. HANDLE Y &S1NNOTT, tt'rop'rs. TIIIB POPULAR D0U8E, CSSTRALLT LOCATED, ' Rear the Steamboat Landing & Bailroad Depot, Han been recently enlarged and improved, uud will now accommodate 300 GUESTS. IT WILL DH CONDUCTED as heretofore, as a FIRST CLASS HOUSE, ami the patronage of the traveling mblic it respectfully solicito I. T llanrgage taken to the liomofree 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. — 15 December 1865

ouutainccr. FRIDAY MORNING, DEC. 15, 1865. Thi New York Independent says that Judge Taney's memory Is infamous. It is infam ously said by that paper. Thb diamond excitement at Owyhee is raging violently. It is reported that several have been found. By careful computation, the Washington ' Star 1ms found that for every column of news it has from Philadelphia it has to publish at least two columns ol contradictions. Mas. Lincoln has acknowledged the re ceipt of $3,048, the contribution of the peo ple of Rhode Island to the Lincoln Testimo nial Fund. Tub story thnt thumb-screws were applied to Dr. Mudd at the Dry Tortugns, to eitort a confession of his accomplices in his at. tempt to escape is fully contradicted. Blondin, the funambulist, is said to be a deserter from the-French army. If he should return to his native land It is thought he might give the publio a tight-rope perform ance somewhat different from the one at Ni agara Falls. UAOEn.'a Democrat, was elected at a spe cial elec...

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. — 15 December 1865

DALLIilS CITY TRADE. Dali.m Citt, Deo. 16th, 1806. . The sales of merchandise during the post 'week were limited strictly to the local de mand. The prospect of obtaining a portion of the trade to the Columbia River mines in the spring, is exciting much discussion, with favorable expectations in the matter. The following are the wholesale quotations to date : , . Flod. Standard, plain, $10; self-rising, $12; country br indt. $8 6"fe Jil. Bacon. Sides, 34c ; Hams, 32e. i Bbans. Duy.wi, tic; iink and rod. 6o. liiTiTBit. lidhtmiH, 46c; Oregou, Joe. Corn Mkal. Orezon, 7c. CHBB4B. California. 2Sc. Coffeb. Jlio. 30c: Costa Rica, 32c ; Java. S6c. Si'imh. ramlwich Inland, ltfftfjlOc; r-. F. rellned, 10c; powdered, 21c; crutdu-d, iu bb's , Uc. Txa. Comet, 96c; Pow Cliong, ttl'c; Jnpan, 90o Banket, $1 ; lmperinl and gunpowder, 70ctg:$l. Sirup. U. 1)., In 6 g'l. kegs, 1; 8. IT., Iu 0 gal, kegs, l 10. Piued Fruit. Eastern apples, 18c; Oregon app'es, 14c; Cnlih.rnia pouches. 21c. .' CANnl.es. Kna...

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. — 15 December 1865

CO latin Mountaineer. The Eoll or Representatives. The question has been raised whether the Cleric of the lust IIouso of Ecp re rlontativos from the reorganized states upon the roll of the next Congress. Tbe law leaves him no discretion in the matter. The act of March 3,1863, provides that " before tho first moot ing of tho next CongresB, and of every subsequent Congress, the clerk of the next preceding IIouso of Representa tives shall make a roll ot the repres eentativos eloot, and place theroon the names of all persons, and of such per sons only, whoso credentials show that they were regularly electod in accord ance with tho laws of their states re spectively, or tho laws of the United States." The representatives elect from Virginia and the other soutborn states will bring such credentials, and tho clerk can refuse to enroll their names only on tho assumption that the states from which they come are not in the Union. As Congress and the executive have consistently maim tuincd tha...

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. — 16 December 1865

' """ - - ' ' . ' ; . V, ' - '" . - VOL,. O VTL.K, ORRGON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, IgOS No.ior. PUBLISHED EYERY MORNING, .. (MONDAYS EXCEPTED,) BY ; E. O. COM AE & J. 13 ALXORAX, EDITORS AND PROPRIETOR. 1.5 ana Twenfy-flvecenU per week, paynbln to the carrier .per mouth, by mail, $1; throe months, $'2 50; fllx uiuntlif, $5; ouu year, $8. Advertisements inserted at low rates. , . Job Printing, Krery description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe nte.l with noittnuss and despatch, and forwarded us per nisi' to any part of the country. Payment JorJub Print ing must be made on delivery ttf work. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. HANDLE Y & SIV.VO 1' l ITop'rs. THIS FOPUI.AB UOUSE, OIVIUUT LOCATED, iTear the Steamboat Landing & Railroad Depot, Him boon recently enlarged anil improved, and will now ACCOinilHidutO , O O GUESTS. ST WILL UK CONDUCTED as heretofore, as a FIRST CLASS HOUSE, mill tho patronage of the truveliiijj imblic id roHpoctrully solicitel. A3 Burgage tiikou tutl...

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. — 16 December 1865

THE BKCTIOJf ALONO THE ISTEH- 5AT1UNAL BOIIADART LIKE. Columbia Lodge, No. 5, I. O. O. F.-- Meet! every Friday evening at 6 o'clock, iu Gates' TIiill, corner of Second and Court Street. Brother! in good standing are Invited to attend. By order. N.O. Isaac F. Br.ocn, Ban Francisco. SITVBDAT MOKXIJfO,. DK1J. 10, 1805. A very interesting Geld for exploration ex Ista along the49tb parallel, from west of tba cene of tbe Siroilkameen mining excitement U C T I O S A. li E The State Righti Democrat of tbe 8th inBt.; ary Line and tbe Selkirk Range. Since 1858, rontain a rjaracrrath in relaiion to tbe sol- considerable evidences or tbe existence of ewers' vote at CaiWatson, which does mineral C. 8. Miurn, Sio. Scu UArlir.R, Dalle does mineral wealth in this district hare been manifest injury to them ; and as we propose collected, but tbe mineral combinations are to explain to that jonrnal the actual facts, inch as to defy the simple processes of ordi- we trust in its courtesy to make tbe prop...

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. — 16 December 1865

C3 El g.aib Ioplaraccr. CIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS. Most of tlie tints of tbo Court on Thursday and FrMay was occupied in the trial of two causes, and in tbs submission cf Btvcrul de murrers. Wnco county vs Cohn et al, for feiture of bond for tbe appearnnca of Roth kotip, charged with larceny ; judgment for plttintilF paid $30 balance due. Brown ft Co. vs Marshall judgment on demurrer to answer for plaint ff.- in $1,230 ; the judgment can be satisfied by paying half tbe amount in gold and silver coin. Smith vs Graham et al trial for damnges (or taking personal property, and injury to otlior p opcrty j ver dict for frioo for p'nintitt, lor injury. Heller ts lMukeny rualiciuuj prosecution : trial lasted 11 day Friday, and at the close of court the jury had not returned a verdict. Liable to Indictment. A correspondent of the Oregonian, writing from La Grande, gets off tbe following At the November term of the Circuit Court just pa-sed, a number ef our merchants and business men were arr...

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. — 16 December 1865

CM 3 SADNESS. Tltare ere shadows o'er the wall, And til I Inn the dusky ruom, Gathering close around my chair, Gliding unseeu in the gloom. I hear tbo rustle of Autumn 1 raves, The cold winds boisterous it weep, They moan and sigh like a child in pain. Till they weary at last, aud sleep But a darker shadow Is on my heart And a deeper grlofln my broast I would I could nub myself to sleep, And my aettd ail(l ny heurt might rent. The fitful light of the glowlngcoftls, Liko the gloAin of a sunny smile, Lfuhtens my fuco, wlillo weary my heart To sorrow runs sadly the while. 0, for the sound of a loving voice, Like life ou the desert strand, To waken the music in my nuul With the touch of a muster-hand. Like the fulling leaves our life Is brief And (rail us the moon's pale ray Dreaming and seeking for newer Joys, i re wo grasp them pausing awayl SPRING AMD SUMMER GOODS. FH1CSH STOCK! DlSB?.E2Uflir & EC BIOS., DaUe and Walla Walla, , DEALEHH IN Staple and Taney Dry Good3 Miner.' Outnts...

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