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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 17 December 1865

VOL. O. DALLES, OREGON, STJDAY, iDECEMTlElIt 17, 180S. NO. 108. rUBLISUEU EVERY MORNING, ; (MONDAYS EXOKPTED,) Br V E. O. COWNE & J. IIALLOUAW, KPIT0U3 AND PROr-RIKTOM. Trm3 Timnty.Jlvectnti perwoek, payable tothecarrlor per montli, by mail, tl; three months, a60s six luontliB, 15; one year, $3. Advertisements luserted at low rates. Job Printing, Every description or plain nud fancy Job Printing exe. ntod with neatness and despatch, aud forwarded as per on'er to any part of the country. liymtntJorJobl'rint ing must be mtide on delivery oj work. FOIt UOISE MODS DIRECT. X II 13 & BOISE LINE UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. v H AXDLUlf & SIAWO ri'f 1'rop'rs. ! THIS POPULAR nOCSe, 0TRAU.t 100AKD, 1 Near the Steamboat Landing St Railroad Depot, Ha beon racoiitljtoularged aud improved, and will now acoomuiodate . . : 300 GUESTS. 5T WILL BK CONDUCTED as heretofore, as a FIRST CLASS HOUSE, and the patronage of the traveling public is respectfully sullclto I. , AS Baggage taken to...

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. — 17 December 1865

J jipailij Pioutttainttr. SCNDAf 'MoYNIXCrPEC 7. 1885. pKViBAL coses of insanity from tbe excel five use of tobacco are noted at tbe eait. Smoking il tbe worst form in which It Is used ' Tri railroad companies of California have pot to naming their locomotives after broken down politicians. Tin Sultan has ordered machinery and en gineers from England, to work tbe coalmines in Turkey, on bis own account. v''' Fiftt-ninb steamers, of over 1,000 tons burden each, hare been built at New York within tbe last four years. Is New England they manufacture silk from c,ocooDF,'pun by the common caterpillar, feed ing on tbe leaws of scrub-oak. A petition Is in circulation In Boise, ask ing the removal of Dr E. Smith, the Terri- torial Treasurer, by appointment of Gov. Lyon. ' Sinos the war closed the money which was boarded at tbe south is coming Into circula tion. Money is always secreted by the cau tious few in time of war, particularly civil war. Ir Is rumored that Preston King did not drown...

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. — 17 December 1865

lailg. Iponntaiuccr. EpUome of Telegraphic News. COMPILED FROM Till ORlOOltlMf. DATKS TO 1ICKUUER lit. Ktw l'ork, Dec. 11. Tbe cavalry is to be re-orpauized. No men to be mounted until (intruded one Tear. One-third of tbe cavalry force will be kept as recruiting regiment, with only enough horses fur instruction. W'athington, Dec. 1 1. Official information baa bewi leceived at the Denartment ol Slate of ibe adoption of the Constitutional Amend ment by the Legislatures of the States of II li- noia, Illiode Island, Michigan, Massachusetts Ouio, Missouri, Pennsylvania, Nevada, Con necticut. West Virginia, New Hampshire. In diana, Vermont, Louisiana, Arkansas, Ten nessee, South Carolina, Virginia 23 States. TelegruuuU iuformatiou has been received of the adoption of tbe amendment by North Carolina, Georgia and Alabama. No iufor inalion of any kind has been reeeived of its ndoptioh by California or Oregon, Florida, Mississippi and Texas. Official information of its rejection by New Jersey...

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. — 17 December 1865

v cm 'iWrtrfiiiifiiwititfiiftiv'. jipaito $0uitt&ittctr CIRCUIT COl'HT PROCEEDINGS. A. Heller v J. Blakeny verdict for dcfend- fint; A. J. Miller va F A. Hnke, two cases continued ; State Myers dismissed; State officers dismissed ; Stale va Steinhanser - dismissed ; Slate vs Frank Wlllard contin ued, no arrest; Stnl vs Martin dismissed; State vb Willard-difmiased; John Areta dismissed ; State vs Lucinda Burkbart, per jury continued ; Slate vs Geo. Thatchers dismissed; State vs Eugene Buchanan surety to keep the peace, dismissed, complainant not appearing dismissed; State vs Uamsny dis missed ; State vs Benway dismissed; Slate VI S. R Smith dismissed ; State vs J, Lomai continued j Jus. Fulton vs Wm. Loean-or-der of court eubstitutintr Jas. A. Odell, admin istrator, Instead of Wm. Logan, deceased; phristian Shoemaker vs Lillis & Lillis ver dict for plaintiff of $1,660. ' : REPORT OF GRAND JURY. I TO Till! HoKORABLK J. G. WlLRO.V, JCDOB OF Circuit Cocrt We, the Grand Jury of W...

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. — 19 December 1865

or DLLES( OREGON, TUESDAY, DKCKMIJElt lO, 183 NO. J.OO. VOL. o. PUBLISHED EVERY HOMING, (MONDAYS KX0KPT8D,) BT 'IB. G. COWXI3 & J. !UIiLOKA, HDITOltS AND PROPRIETOR?. Tkrms Ttavnly-fivectntt per week, payable to the carrier per mouth, by mail, $1; three months, $260; six mouths, id ; one year, $8. Advertisement inserted at low rates. Job Printing. '. Every doaerlptlon of plain and faiwy Job Printing ee Vitod witli ueatni'Rs and despatch, and forwarded as per order Uinny part of tiie eouutry. J'tiynentJorJobi'riHt iug muit be made on delivery aj work:. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, ORECON. IIAXDLUY &SLVtl01T, ITop'rs. TRIS rori'lAU ROUSE, GKNTRALLY LOCATED, Near the Steamboat Landing & Bailroad Depot, Has been reconUT enlarged and Improved, and will now ficcommudato :s O O GUESTS. 5 TWILL tIK CONDUCTED as heretofore, as a FIRST CLASS IIOUHB, and the patrouage of the traveling iltjllc i respectfully sollclte I. BiT Hagnage takeu 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. — 19 December 1865

TUESDAY MOKN1.NC, DEC. 19, 1805. A dispatch announces that Rufus Leighton 4as been appointed (Collector of Customs at Port Angeles, W. T., in place of Mr. Wilson, - who recently succeeded Dr. Gunn. Chicago bas eighty-five botols, which are classed in eight grades, froru those- .that charge five dollars a day down to a dollar and ft half. fait land in the Southern State's will hereafter be largely cultivated by Irish and German farmois. Great numbers of immi- , grants of these two nalionaltles are seeking homes in that direction. Tbb Boslcrn TUot says that Col. Gro. B. ' Currey, late commander of tbe Department of Ibe Columbia, is l relative of Eupene O'Currey that eminent Irish critic This will probably, ke news for CoL Currey. A cohpanv has been; organised in Boston " to transport freight on the plains by steam- traction engines. Tho cn.pital to be employed is six millions, and the time employed be tween the Missouri river and. the,- Roky Mouniainsr six days. Tna OAVtyiuE Yf'e have...

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. — 19 December 1865

C33 gatlu Honntahttcr. Epitome of TelesrapMc News. ; c.rtipiLr.D raox tub obimo.ium. w DATES TO DECEMBER 1. NitP l'vrk, Dec. 11 Anionic the evidences Virginia litis given uf reconstructed loyally, ii that of CiiiiI. William Sieeples, Internal Haven ue Tax Collector, who liaj been indict ed by (lie Gni nd Jury of Prince William county, for et-izinir property under cover of Federal cavalry, to nay Hie- United Staler The suerilla Moseby ii employed to prosecute the case The llerald't Richmond cornjpondent av8 Hint the military police will be withdraw!! from that city ou the 15ib, aud civil police euluiuutcdr The members of lite Virginia Legislature teem to have decided that divotion to the rebel cause dnrinii the war, is to be the meai lire of merit, and have therefore determined to remove all Unionists boMing Stale o'.lices, and to put Bcccsdionijts in their places. They have also adopted an ainendmeut to ifae State Constitution, which does away wilh all disa unities lor holding omce ...

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. — 19 December 1865

laiijIITfluntainecL . Dr. Breckinridge on tub Suffrage Question. Kev. Dr. Broikinridge of Kentucky, who has dono uuch valuable eorvico to the Union cause during tbe war, and has eusUif.od emuncijution as a war measure, objects to negro suf frage, as is natural enough iu ua old and conservative Kentuckian. lie eaid in a recent Bpoecb : , That any slate, left to itself, will ever bcetow suffrage on n mass ol slaves of a different race, suddenly sot iree by a paramount authority, und nearly equal in number to tho rest of its inhabitants, is an event that will hardly be witnessed in this world. That in any state whero slavery never existed, or where it bus long ceased to exist, a white race, both cultivated and predominant, will ever give suffrage of its own accord to a black raco, resident with it, equal to itself in number find greatly boncath it in civizution is an event contrary to the common judgment of mankind, and wholly im probable in itself. Nor if the relative position ot the ...

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 December 1865

'CO VOL.-C. E ALLES, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER, 0, 1865 NO. HO. PUBLISIIEl) EVERYJI0MING, (MONDAYS KXCKPTKD,) BY E. G. COU AE & J. IIAM.ORAaV, IDIT0R8 AND PROPRIETORS. Ickhs Tiotnty-flvtctntt per week, payable tothe carrier (jer month, by until, $L; three mouthy $2 60; tlx .mouthi, $6; ooeyer, $8. Advertieouieuta inserted at . low ratus. Job Printing. . Every description of pbiln nml fumjjr Job Printing exe , ntetl with neHtiifsB rtiij Jenpatch, ftud forwardod as per ort'tr to any part of the couutry. Payment Jor Job Prini ng mnti oe maae on auivtry j work. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, ORECON. 1IAXDLEY &SlWOTT, I'rop'rs. IBIS POPULAR HOUSI, OSMBALLT KWATED, Hear the Steamboat Landing & Bailroad Depot, Has been recently eulargod and iiuprovod, and will uow accouimoaaie 300 GUESTS. 5T WILL BIS CONDUCTED as heretofore. M a FIRST CLASS HOUSE, and llio patronage of the traveling Iulllc is respectfully aollcite I. Sir Baggage taken tothe House free of charge. House open an nigni....

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 December 1865

latto mimm.K WEDNESDAY MOKNIXO, DEC. 20, 18C5. Jacob Uollauer, once L'ost Master uenerai and Senator from Vermont, Is dead. Scoar from beets Is now quite extensively manufactured In Illinois. Floor is selling at Salt Lake City, at from $5 to $G a hundred greenback prices. Mori than fire hundred thousand prison ers were taken on both sides during the war. -i Tin post offices in Connecticut besides paying expenses, afford $50,000 to the Gov ernment annually. Beef is shipped in large quantities from New York to England, to supply a deficit caused by the cnttle plague. Riley Deadmond has been hold to answer for attempting to shoot J. E. McCabe, at Eu gene City. KeaoaK, a prominent rebel politician of Texas, has written a long letter advocating negro suffrage. About ZS0 barrels of crude coal oil are shipped monthly from San Francisco from the flowing wells of San Buenaventura. Frenchmen were long accused of calling Shakespeare " the divine Williams." Better instructed, they now speak 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. — 20 December 1865

121 jShilg Pionntamccr! ,r:CAH,CUIT CUVH'I' PlillCUKUINGS, .i ' The follovvine cases were dispose'l of on Xibnilny nnd Tuesday : Stringer vs. Heller, dismissed. 'Alcnras vs. Hepner, dismissed. Smith vs. Gi'uhnm decision of Court below referred, n l ense remanded for further pro cee'liniia. State vs. Francis Jones forgery trial by jury, verdict guilty; sentence-today. Suite vs. John Eppinger State not beilitf ready for trial, the case was dismissed by the con t. State vp. Henry Trickle lar ceny delendant plead guilty; sentence to HALDROS BROS., Wholesale & Retail Druggists, Main Btrect, Dalles, Oregon. W"B NOW OCCUPY OUR NEW TWO STORY FIRE 11 proof Stone bnllilitiK, npposlto lllocli. Miller Co., and offer to the public a full anil complete stock of Drugs. Medicine, and Chotntcnis. consisting lu part of KEROSENE, LAMP WICKS A CHIMNEYS, TURPENTINE, ' HOPS. ALCOHOL, BACK. ACIILS. B1DNOITS, LINSEED, 1 LEECHES,' , LAUD, - CORKS, . CA.-TOIl AVI) . INDIGO AND NEAWOOT Oil, LANPBI.ACK. TR...

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 December 1865

Safea lailii Mountaineer. TUB STILL, SMALL VOICE. A still small voice lg whispering la accents soft aud mild, It comes upon the eenhyr's wing Thai thus the forests wild. It cornea upon the cveulng breese, IU plaintive tones 1 hour, Low murmuring In the waving tree It whispers,-Uod U uour" It come ant in the whirlwind's roar, Nor In the ocean gulo, - When angry billows laeh the shore And loud the jteinpests wall; But when night's silvery shades around The slumboritig waters brood There comes a suit and solemn sound, It whispers, "dud is good," It comes not In the thunder tones, Whon Aery lightnings glow; When fierce convulsive nature groans " The requiem of her woe; B 't gently, whn the moon's pail light Gomes streaming from above, Bwoet as the hum of angel's (light, It whispers, "Uod is lovu." Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Miner.' Outfits, . Ilooty nnd Shoes, Clothing, ISals an1 Caps, Groceries, And a full assortment of General Merchandise. Buying our Goods exclusively In the San Prnnc...

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. — 21 December 1865

h I II ! j " . "-l" li fil "rnt'A; i if. tTOTTW.' : sr . .-vi n' if: , X ALLKS, OREGON, THURSDAY, ORCBMnER tii, tHOf , 'ISO." 111., VOL. O. xmr-nu n rm n nvr . r PUBLISHED EVERY MORXIJfG, ; ' ; ' " (Mondays' bxokptkd,) by ; E. G. CO IV IKE & J. IIALLORAX, ' i. IDITOKB AND PROPRIETORS. I : Tenns ftoCTifu-Avecenti per week, payable to the carrier per muiiih, by mail, tl; three months, $2 60; tlx nemthn, to one year, 18. Advertisements Inserted at " low ratei. i Job Printing. i " Kvery description of plain and fanoy Job Printing exe nted with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per order to any part of the country. I'uymntJorJobi'rint t'ntfcfHUSt be made on delivery oj work. I UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. HAND LEY &SI.OTTt I'rop'rg. " ; ' VMS POPCLAB HOUSE, OmtRAUT LOCATED, J Hear the Steamboat Landing & Railroad Depot, . Has been recently enlarged and Improved, and will now accommodate OOO 'GUENTS... : ITWILC BK CONDUCTKD m heretofore, as a FIRST CLASS IiOUSH, hii.I...

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 December 1865

T1UB3DAT M0BX1XG. DEC. '21, i85. THR BITTBR ROOT VLLB Y, H KLl. OATB HONDK. AND THK TRADE OF THK COLUMBIA H1VKK. There are settled in the Bitter Boot Val ' ley and Hellgate ttonde, about six hundred civilized human beings, allowing that there liai been a small accession to the" population this full. The agricultural lands designated bjr these two names, ought more properly to be called Bitter Root Valley, alone, as there is no division between them Qellgate Ronde being simply the lower part of the alluvial la. ida extending alonor the Bitter Root River. sometimes called by the; names Missoula and , St. Mary's. These lands extend from the direction of Big Hole " divide " towards the north, with a slight westerly direction, for about eighty miles along the river, and have an average width of from four to seven miles. Probably one-third of the lands included in the river valley are susceptible of a high etato of Improvemeqt, The etock-range, out on the rolling grounds, Is only equalled...

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 December 1865

gailg - ponntaiiiccrJ WALDROS BROS.,. Wholesale & Retail Druggists, THBCITY TRADK. Daius Citt, Dec. Zlet, 1805. Of ronma the freete op baa put an end to tba levltlmnta eoamarcial tranaaciioni. br whir b tba inhabitanta of tbia city maka money out of other people ; but for fear we may loose practice in the ana and trirki of trade, ttim incapacitating ourselves from " playirg " the outsiders aud Pbilistinea when the spring trad rcnininencea, we have been amusing oor selves on coal-oil. We wish It pretty dis tinctly understood that this does not apply to any man or let of men, but pretty much the whole cotnraniii'y. ., During ibe week, coal-oil baa " fluctuated." At the first sign of a Chi-" nook wind It would fall to $2 and 2.50, aud as the enow would begin to fall, or the wind shift atouod to the east, it would raise) to $3,50 and $1. Everybody was bent on making money out of coal-oil, or what was to the same pur pose, trying to make "a corner" of some other article of necessity....

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 December 1865

Ran Mis mm ottntahurr. ,.,.NoT,LnCMNED TO.KlSS THE JinD.Al JSoftthern officer' writes buinorounly 'to tbe Mobile Register, in reply to tho 'accusatiori of a Northern newspaper that .the Southern peopld, still jifuise their -own-' Generals and tiegtaot to praise those v ho have saved the Eb , public , IIe thinks the tfankoes roust have queer idem about Southern humnn riaturo if they expect anything differ ent, and . Bnye . .. , . k Nor do I sing pifeans to the Union Generals for saving the Republic, for Ml the time the thing was dono, it struck mo that they saved the wrong 'one. It may be that 1 ought to bo graotfui to tbe Generals who thrashed me and alt my Irietids within an inch of our lives' but in the language of Mr A.Vrd, 'I don't see it in thocs lamps.' We all a J mire the nrtilic .beauty of the8tyle in whicii the TJn iou Generals qui us through; wo make no attempt to suppress or disguise the fact that .tha thing was done hand somely In point of skill j; but to de nounce us as...

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. — 22 December 1865

CO - DALLES, ORKGON, FRIDAY, DEOEMBEIl ttS, 185 NO.IW. VOL. O. ri'BLISHEU EJERY MORNING, (MONDAYS BXGIPTED,) BY . E. G. COHIVE & J. U lLLOUAXj KDITOKS AND PROPRIETORS, Tirms Twmty-jivtcenti per week, payable to the carrier per month, by mail, $1; three months, $2 60; six months, $6; ouu year, $3, Advertlseineutf inserted at low nut. . . Job Fritting. Kvery description of plain nd fkncy Job Printing ftxe nteil with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per outer to any part of the country. Payment Jor Job i-int inff inuMt bt made on delivery V work. UMATILLA HOU.SE, DALLES, OREGON. IIAXDL12Y ITop'rs. HIIS POPULAR HOUSE, OMTRALLT LOCATED, Near the Stoamboat Landing & Eailroad Depot, Has beeu recently enlarged and Improved, aud will uow accommodate ' 30 0 guests; 5TWII.LHH CONDUCTED as heretofore, as a FIRST CLASS HOUSE, Hud tlio patronage of the traveling iublic in respectfully sollcito I. Itaggage takeu to the House free of chargo. House '.open all night. LARGE FIRE-PROOF S...

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. — 22 December 1865

Sails P oiuttiutucr.- 5? FRIDAY MOBNIXG, DEC. 22, 1805. . Eliphant oil is becoming ad article of trade. A veuel is now on its way to Desolation Islands to get a cargo of the commodity. Miss Pittsinukb, the poetess, is giring poetical and dramatic readings in San Fran Cisco, with great success. A San Francisco puper speaks ol the bankers of that city as baring "predatory" habits, which is probably true. A uousi is still standing in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, the lightning rods of which were put up under the superintendence of Dr. .Benjamin Franklin, 1762. . A baxd of cattle crossing the Columbia Hirer on the Ice, yesterday, broke through when aor this side, but fortunately none of them were lost. Tub Presbytery of Newark, N. J., has for mally denounced the practice of horse rac ing, especially in connection with fairs and Piriicultural exhibitions. Tub agents of the Roman Catholic Cbnrcb re at present very numerous in the empire Of China, and are exerting an important in fluence ther...

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. — 22 December 1865

C3 2 mtihttx. waldhos imos., . Wholesale & Retail Druggists, Main 8treet( Dallea, Oregon. COPPKRI1KAD8 AND RADICALS. What is the difference between Copperheads and RidicalsT A Cupprtliend is oca who, Willie the Government and people of tula Na tion were struggling, for the perpetuity of our institutions and the overthrow of armed Re bellion, exerted his sympathies and influence in f ivr of that Rebellion, and proved by his tacts that bo wished tire Government to be worsted in the contest. A Radical Is one who, uov that the Government and people have triuipphed, U opposed to tbe country receiving tbe bnefua of the victory, and therefore opposes every feasible measure cal culated to restore harmony and peace. Tbe Uopperlienit opposed the Government when it was striving to enforce tbe laws and bring tbe country back to its primary political con ditiott udder th Constitution. Tbe R idic-al ; is one who strives lo prevent the country from ; beintf reinstated in its former political c...

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. — 22 December 1865

oiratMiucr. OuidiN of Political Terms. The terms "Whig" unit 'Tory were known in the reign of Charles II. Some writers derive the word "Whii" from "Whaiij," the Scotch for "whey" a name applies to bandits and drovers, and "Tory' Irom ''foory" (Irish) ap plied to beggars and outlaws. Gibers ' way that "Whig" is formed from the motto of the Puritans, "We hope in Uod," and "Troy" from a "Tar a-ri," pronounced "Tory," meaning "Come, O King" an exclamation much used by the Irish adherents of Charles II. Toe word "Kudicui" arose about the year 1818, and "Conservative" about the yeur 1860. . About Advertising. Tbo follow ing very sensible remark we copy from tho Louisiana Flag. It is true, aud to tho point: "We cannot consuro u man in business who dose not adver. tise if he has nothing worth advertis ing; but readers must know that the man who puts out bis sign in a news, paper, and is not ashamed ol his goods, can always furnish a better quality at lower prices than thoso who, either thou...

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