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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 27 December 1865

, , . : . , ''' " - T) vy :" DALLES, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER r, 1805 no. ur, VOL. O. nmlmuxf rUBLISIIED EVEXY MORNING, (MONDAYS SXOKPTBD,) BY E. G. COWKE & J. HALLOaA, Tbrhs JViCTiiy-flee cn( per week, payable to the carrier per munili, by mini, $1; three months, $2 50; six months, $5 ; oue year, $8. Advertisements luserted at low rates. Job Printing. Every decriptlon of plain and fancy Job Printing exe ntcd with nearness and despatch, and forwarded as per order to any part of the country. J'aimentJorJobJ'rint inn mint I't made an delivery oj work. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OPTECCN. UAXDL13V &S1XAOTT, I'rop'r. THIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY LOCATED, Kqar the Steamboat landing & Eailroad Depot, Has beon recently enlarged and improved, and will now accommodate CiO O GUESTS. "ITT WILL 11(5 CONDUCTED as heretofore, as a Flit ST M. CLASS 1I0U3K, and the patronage of the traveling public Ib rospeclfully solicite'l. 43 Jla -K'o takeu to the House free of charge. IIouso open al...

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. — 27 December 1865

oimtatitetr. IIjSBbW MOKNINO, DKC, 21, 180S. Snow ha; lallen very heavily at Walla Walla, jioi ef ope time near two feet on a level. ilni pafl been a light rail of snow in jistVallsy; on I tfttlial arts mlM iUC I VU Vk A IIS Js the lo lands in tbe Nei Perces country ,1 weather has been very moderate during t month. it'oyBMnf-BTMCKEN hombrt is the refined It! pf rendering the Poorroan ledge, by it Viv York speculators, at Owyhee. r - . ii Sons obstreperous members of the Idaho f,'un i)0 3ni: unci! went "out to stand." They were glit op all standing by the Sergeant-at- i anil rtpnno-ht. haolr In thftlr aaatfl. when B... , ley went to work to perform their dutios. Tni Waddingham Gold -and Silver Mining mpany, at South BoiBe, has cleaned up ,200 at a single run of a ten stamp mill. is IB about one a half per cent, on the cap stock of $000,000. . fiix days of thawing weather have failed make much impression on the ice and nr." At the present rate, these two evi- lices of the sovereignty ...

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. — 27 December 1865

WALDUOS lmoS., . Wholesale & Retail Druggists, Main Street, Dalles, Oregon. TUB MONTANA TRADE. , We have advices from Montana to tbe 25th of November. Tbe Pott't commercial artic notei a considerable advance in moat of tbe staples of subsistence, and tbe article of to b vcoo bas gone up to an extraordinary figure, "frith a prospect of being worlb $16 nnd $18 a pound before the winter is over. Tbcse ex traordinary fluctuations indicate tbe difficulties attending the supply of that country from tbe east. No degree of foresight can so propor tion an .assortment as to avoid a scarcity of some necessary article of trade; and tbe length of time required to communicate with t'je States exposes the consumer to tbe fangs of monopolists, who prey upon bis necessities. Developments ot this character render the ac quisition of the Montana trade a possibility to merchants from this side, and all that is Deeded to render it a certainty, is concert of action and tbe improvement of means of com...

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. — 27 December 1865

WAITING. They comforted me when the Winter Stood grim in his eloak of Know. i Baying, "Wult till the sweet Spring oomet, O wait till the flowers blow, t For then will the war be over, And then he will come, you knowl" ' Bo X aaid to my soul, "Be patient, Nor strive with reslstlse fate; Boon, soon will the lovely Spring time Open her emerald gate; " He will come with tho early hlossoms- Be patient, my soul, and waitl" Eprlng came In her hltuhlng beauty, With a crown on hor young brow set) And her fair bauds full of flowers, Hut her beautiful eyes were wet Vlth tears for the war nnonded . My love was not coming yet . Then I mnrmured, half repining) "We named it a triflo noon He will come wlth;the queenly Summer, Ho will come with the regal June:" Alas! for our home is lonely; And this is the Suuiinor noon f , In the hush of my desolate chamber, Where only One can seo, I cry, "0, merciful Father I How long shall this parting be J Ilnw long must I sit In sorrow Before he will come to me...

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. — 4 January 1866

; '. , 11 ' I-1. ' i j .'1 ; j-l i ... -.. .v.t:T in ..i " i i . j .ypL. .-. j ' J i J bALLES, OHEGON, TltUIlSDAY, JANUARY 4i I860. NO.lSl, r.j.t ''."''aV' '. . ... I t,3. jf-j,;,!'!.; I Ilillili Mixtnmxi ...sol V I , PUBLISHED EYERI MORNING, j t (MONDATi tXOBPTID.) BT A V . -JJ ! 'f x E. G. COWNE & JVIIALLORAIV, ' ' . lOITOBg AND PB0PRIIT0R1. 1 " " . Cssae TmeHty-Jtt onli per week, payable to the carrier ;per month, by mall, three months, 1160 s (is mouths, $4; one year, $8. Advertisements Inverted at low race. ' Job Printing.., Every description of plain and Canoy Job Printing exe d with neatness and despatch, and forwarded ea per order to any part of theeouutry. Payment Jar Job Print jnff nw(M made on aeueery J toorx. UMATILLA HOUSE, ' DALLES, OREGON. UANDLEY &SIJVNOTT, 1'rop'rs. IBIS fOPULlE HOUSE, OUHBALLT LO0ATID, ' Hear th Staamboat Landing & Eailroad Depot, Uaa been receutly enlarged and Improved, and will now accommodate; 4 30 0 OUE8TS.T!? r' WILL BR CONDUCTED u...

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. — 4 January 1866

' Biratainm THURSDAY M0RXIN6, JAK. 4. 18B6. Ik iriTiois of gold dollars are la circulation In Slt Lake City. Tber arc rcry roughly oAedVA -v V Two thousand births take place in London, Jsrery week, and the sexes are about eq,u' la lumber,., . . ' , pisUanwhlp Pacific left 8a Francisco on n4ayvDeceniber'Ut.be Sierra Nevada lad arrired. Thi Shah, of Persia has sent a special Unit teEurope.'for the purpose of studying It present system of naval construction in lance, England and Holland. 1 ' Chi Persimmon County Debating Club, tin ndtaiia are debating ; the question, hich Is the proudest, a girl with ber first La, or a woman witb ber first baby 1" ton steamer Owyhee bas left ber moorings 'Long Island and gone up to Umatilla ; Soioior'the present unable to come down JUshbt' Hiioh and John Imboden of Vlr liia, formerly rebel Generals, are traveling ,'cnts of the express company of which Joe Johnston is President, and Boggs and Gard wr of Louisiana, ere clerks. us steamer Idaho succeeded ...

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. — 4 January 1866

ojrotaiuctr. tlony Market hn Francisco Legal Tender nt.. iW York GoM Quotations. Epitome of Telegraphic News. fooimus lion tn nnonu. - DATES TO VKCBBIBBR 93. Waihinglon, Dec. 22d Id the Home, Law rence, of Obio, introduced a resolution that Jeff. Davis and leading rebels should at once be brought to trial,, and if found guilty, punished to the. extent of the law. tV 'Th fnllnnlHrt 1. - - - - - P TTfll' I - lununmU a a yuupeio UIn ilBDQ fl ill, Introduced to-day, in. the Senate,' to maintain and enforce irnedam of the blacks: Tbe preamble recites, that Congress sub mitted an amendment to the Constitution of tba tereral Statef for Ihe abolition of slav ery, and a final proclamation has been made that such' amendment has been ratified by three fourths of tbe States." Tbe bill pro- virlan that all lama-r,tUn naaa- .,..4 tinna in'inv Rtat nm TnM:a.. ; d, wa .a.uMMVVT. UU "I 9HU1IV .vub . u hu uiu.u v. aVMtbUiy, rVUUgU I I Uj( lusuuaii.y 01 , civil .rio-nts- or immnnitui AnintlCr tllA tnt...

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. — 4 January 1866

CHI lath Mountains Tr Y-.f t ft ITT ' TEL.KGRAPH1C HBWS. ; I t. U the Bouse, Deo; 20.-StvenB; of JPonnsvlvaiiia, made a Speech on re construction, arguing that the lately rebellious states must come back into Ihe Union as new States, or remain as eonoucred Provinces. ' Tbe whole sub- ' jeot was Id the bands of Congress. xixnate.--iuQ commercial s vvasning' Ion dispatch says the; e are indications . that Congress will revoke tbe City Charter of Washington, to roako tbe District of Columbia a Territory, with a delegate jn tbe Hon so. i : " v .. o '. Mr. Wilson called up the Senate bill to maintain tbe freedom of the inhab itants of tbo States lately in rebellion. Mr. Sumner addressed the Son ate In favor, of v the bill.. When be' thought of what occurred in this chamber yes terday, in boated temper, to white- wash tho unhappy condition of the rebel States, be Colt that they ought to speak of nothing else to-day. He proceeded, to speak of the right. of Congress to pass the bill and rea...

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. — 5 January 1866

'1 'J ' j ( s.-rlit ! UV:. i ..' ii l .V,, f f ' . r. ."t- i . i. .Xi.-.Jwi Hl-ft:l ! I !i!j . I . L: ' ' ' ' - -j -J A. I.,,., i ' i j ni i I i 'i ' PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, E. G. COWRIE & J. II ALI.OKAIV, '' ' V I0IT0U8 AND PROPRICtOBJ. " " '.L T,aM Tibady-Hee centt per week, payable to tha carrier per month, by mail, $1; tliraa. months, $2 40; iix months, $6 j one year, 43. , Advertisement inserted at lowntiee. . -i.-r-.-. i ., Job Printing. . - - - Kvery description of plain and fancy Job Printing wa nted with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per. order to any part of the country. PaymtntJorJob Print ing must be made on delivery 1orr. - s U M A T I L LA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. 1IANDL12Y tSIOTTr I'rop'rs. j tnw porvLia liousi, c.mmllt lcwatid, i ; 1 Hear the Steamboat landing & Railroad Depot, IIim beeu recently enlarged and Improved, auil will now cfammvdata j - V , : j i -j. j u iu s.i.-'. ,.,.: 30 0 GUESTS. r' WH.r, Tlft'COMDUCTRD as lieretbfore. as a FIRST CLASS...

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. — 5 January 1866

en $ailj T(mtttatiutr. tyim MQBm.fl,. JAN. Rowdyism- is ranch la vogue ia Salt Lake (Jlty, Tbe .0s.ri.ywsjstbsttbs "roughs" f ll Gentiles, i '''-' V 'sV V'.' Epitome of Telegraphic News. Tbi Siiten' Christmas Fair at Walla Walla lor the benefit of St. Vincent's Academy pro duced the luoi of $1,300. Tb steamer Idaho It lying below Cralte'a Point, without belig' able to get either up or 'down the rlrer. :,'' ; . '. a. , .Till local authorities in Biaojr of the Eng lish cities and Tillages, distribute lime, to be used ai a cholera preventive, gratuitously to indigent householders. .' ' ' ' Tuibb is on order of Fenian Sisterhood, with Mrs. Ellen b'Maiioney as principal, Be tween the brethren and sisters, Johu and Ellen appear to be making a good thing out of . the misfortunes of their conntry more shame to them for It. - Th present population of the city of Wash ington is computed at one hundred thousand, which , includes over thirty-four thousand negroes who have been thrown there by r...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 5 January 1866

nnmaraccr. ' Money Market. Ban Francisco Leirol Tender'ratee............. ...SB'i Mew York Quid Quotations. . 144 THE CITY TRADE. , ". 1 , Tub DaIlss, Oregon, Deo, 21t, 1865. ; The supply of floor and staple articles Of Subsistence in the city if deemed Sufficient to meet the local wants., and the entire ab eeoce of any outside, demand keeps prices at living figures for consumers. Coal 'oil has been sold' at retail the past Week ut $2 50, and ft lot of several hundred gallons which was packed from the Cascade', was jobbed out at f 2. The following are our quotations to date : , '".".' Ftoua. Stan.hrd, plain, self-rislug, (18; country br.mil, 8G0(sa. Baco. 8iUe,-J6ci IImi, MC. ? i 5 BsAxs. Ilayoe, 6oj pink and redi 6c. , ,. , ItUTTim. Isthmus, 44c Oregon, 400. 1 'j.'5 ,i ;' Cm Mial Oregon, 7c. '....,- . ---'' Chesss. California, 28a. v,-.,,. .: . n ; f-H Corfu.' Rio, Wc; Cosia Rica, t0o; Java,82o. i i SliQAa. "-Sandwich Islat.d, 1316cj f.F.renoedi 16c J powdered, 21c; crushed,. lu )L...

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. — 5 January 1866

CHJ aaaa "MoiftB Cave -Discoveries oi HuMan IZemains in England. The discover ot fossil human remains In a cave in tfce Bjhopo colliery, in Jiingland, havi. already been announced, but the Lon- j don Times gives tbe following add.--iiona. particulars .-..' . , jCgreat additional quantity of hu man and other animal remains has been' discovered in the Kyhc-pe colliery cavo within the last lew days, and as it has not yet been fully explored, or its ermination reached, .it is likely iti&i still moro will bo found as the qnarrymen go on with their work. Among tbe bones dug up on Thurday last, are two adult human skulls, male and female, the lower jaw-bone of a child of five or six years old, and a number of other bones, almost enough - to construct another skeleton. The dimensions of the adult skulls are as follows tr Circunifurenco of both, 21 iiichesj across the posterior lobe, 6 inches and 6 inches; and across the anterior, 5 inches and 4 inches. There are also moro bones of badge...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 6 January 1866

CM .. .. i I . , . ..: .. 1 1 la ;J.'.J I El tS3i y VOL. O. DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY O, 1800. no. ion-. f-VJi mi n an n a n n f UiiLISIIElJ EVERT HOBN1N0, ; (MONDAYS KXUgPTgD,) BT ' E. ?. COWKE & J. UALXORAX, KD1T0RS AND PROPRIETOR.'. TitLHSTtomty-lvecenit per weok, payable Cu the carrier per month, by mail, $1; three months, $250; iiz . niunths, $6 ; oue year, $3, Advertisements inserted at tew rates. . Job Printing. 1 Every description of plain itnd fancy Job Printing x nteil Pith neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per on'ertdany part of .theconntry,. Jor Job Print ng mutt be made on deliver) tj work. . UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. HAXDLEV &SIWOTT, I'rop'rs. ' THIS P0PULIB HOOSS, OSNTRALLT T.O0ATBD, Hear the Steamboat Landing & Eailroad Depot, lias been recently enlarged and Improved, and will now mccommudate ; . 300 GUESTS. " TTT WILL BR CONDUCTED as heretofore, as a FIRST M. CLASS HOUSE, and the patronage of the traveling imblic is respectfully solic...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 6 January 1866

Btraiaitucr. S ATI DAT MOUSING, JAN. C, 1866. iliPHtKli &BMHK4, of Alabama piracy noto riety, Is doinp business, at Natchei, Miss. , Tim discoverer of nicotine, . Chevalier Uftspnr Cerioli, died recently at Cromonn. Tut S. F. Bulletin guys : The' war la over ; tbe rebellion bus been crushed; the South ia prostrate at our Icet. She asks us to help her up; shall we do it? or shall we tread ber down la the mire? A pabty of surveyors are marking; out a road from Montana to tbe mouth of the Mui- Ee 11 Shell river, on tbe Missouri, and expect to obtain goods hat way nex,t summer. Tim people of Walla Walln are finding out thnt to have a jail full of criminals, and no cbnrts to try them, is even a heavier tax than tho aggregate' paid in Oregon. Hence, the project of annexation Is gaining ground among them. Tub Idaho Legislature has repealed tb,e statute nppropriating$3,&00 a year additional! pity to tho District and Supreme judges of thnt territory. They ought to be paid at ' least ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 6 January 1866

Money Market. Mn tranri'sco Legal Tender rate. new York Gold Quotations.... Hr m W. n t nn a a OnuItttUCCr Wholesale & Retail Druggists, main street uauet, urtgou. WK NOW OCCUPT OUR NEW TWO STORY FIRE proof Stone building, opposite Bloch, Mlllor A ........88 and offer to the public a full anil cuinnlete stock of vrngs, aieuictnes ana vuemicnis, consisting in part of KEROSENE, . V LAMP WICKS A OHIMNBYS, TURPKNTINB, HOPS. - , ALUOltllU, BAun. ACID8, ' 81-ON'GKS. ' LINS-.ED, . . , - LBK0IIK3, LAKDi, CORKS, . CASTOR AND . I.NDIOO AND ffKATSFOOT Oil, LANPULACK. TRUSSES, SHOULDER BRACES. SUPPORTERS. AMU PATENT MKDICINES. Oar stock of FANCY GOODS i of the driest ami beat quality: new styles omt large assortments, inch us Luuin'B rftitruNKiii, haul LUIIIN'S TOILET BJAP, FLUSH, ftl.lHUM, BIIAVI.NU, C08JIBTIOS, . HAT, HAIR 011,3, CLOTH'S. COLOGNH,. TOOTH AND . FANCY 80APS AND NAIL BltUSIIKS TOOTH POWDERS, . AND COMBS. FURS WINES AND LIQUORS, For Medicinal purpose. ' uur ractiitiea rur buy...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 6 January 1866

on. Grand United Gold and Diamond 1U8T Co mantt. The eagerly ex pootod proep ectus has at last appeared of the "Grand United Gold and Dia mond Dust Company." Tbe act is aire ady in existence the iiisdlveri ct to limit the liabU'y of the share holders. ' To show the confidence felt in the undertaking on the spot, it is respect fully announced that fifty thousand fiharoa are reserved for the locality where the dust exists, or, in other words, for tbe dust hole. This tsompany is formed for the pur pose of working the rich deposits sup posed to fee imbedded in the various banks of an extensive river in the Brazils, the tide of which is supposed to lead on to fortune. ' They hope, oy getting into the right current, to be able to etir up tbo sources ot wealth alluded to, which tbey may anticipate that tbe numerous "flats" on all sides will yield an abundance of tbe precious ore tbey are m search ot; Shouid theso means of profit become exhausted, the directors havo the sat isfaction of fee...

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. — 7 January 1866

' t ' I - t ..' 4 . -'A mmmmm VOL. O. DALLES, OREGON, SUNDAY, JANUAllY 7, 1800. NO. 14. ! mm PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, ..' (MONDAY tXOKPTID,) BT E. C. COW1VU & J. IIAEit OIU, IDIT0H8 AND PR0PR1ST0R. " rRs TiotHly-IlM cenU per wtwk, payable to the carrier per month, by niall, tl; three months, tibO; six months, $4; one year, $S, Advertisements Inserted at - tow rates. . Job Frin tins:. 1 Every description of plain ami fancy Job Printing exe uted with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per order to any part of the country. JMummtJor fob Print tiig muse tie muue on aeuoery j work. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. IIANDLKY &SI3LOTT, I'rop'rs. mis popular nbusi, CCNTRAUT locat, Near the Steamboat Landing & Kailroad Depot, Ma been recently enlarged and improved, and will now -uucuininouaio 4 300 GUESTS. BT WILT, BM CONDUCTED as heretofore, as a FIRST CLASS HOUHK, and the patronage of the traveling tuuiic u rcspeciiuuy suticite I, AU? Rajgnge taken to the House free of charg...

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. — 7 January 1866

SUNDAY HORNING, JAN. 1, 1806. See. list of letters remaining in Wells, Fargo & Co.'s offloe, on fourth page. V Tin orchestra musicians in New York have struck for higher pay. Tbo theatres are going on without them. Mas. Partington declares that sho thinks it very strange that a little quicksilver in a glass tube can make . such awful hot weather By just rising . an inch or so. .' " Btbee, the man who fired the shot at'the corner of Second and Washing ' ton streets, day before yesterday, was fined $10 and discharged. Loed Pal mere ton wrote a great deal for the newspapers. He affected the humorous stylo with considerable success. Ma. Pbebton King's mental aberra tion and suicide are attributed to the irritation arising from the misconduct of some of his subordinates in offlco. About fifteen thousand cattle have died from the cattle-plague in Engs land. Of those attacked by it, not more than five per cent, recovered. The French Canadians sympathize with the Fenians. Both alike hat...

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. — 7 January 1866

i Money Market Bn Pmnclnco Lennl Tender ratet...,...,.. mow lors-uom ituoiAiions Buckles Quartz Lodes and Mill. The lodes formerly knowe as Rock. fellow'squartz discovery ,od the waters of Powder River, have lately been worked with renewed energy by Col. J. S. Itucklo, the present owner of the mines, with very fluttering results. In a run of thirty-six consecutive days in November and December, tho ex traordinary yield of $30,500, in round numbers wus realized the quartz running from $45 to $85 a ton. On account of the mill being driven by Water-power, crushing is suspend ed until spring breaks,wbenten stamps will be added to the ten already in operation. The mill is located on Powder River, about soven miles from the lodes where the quartz is obtained j Anil ! .. . . 1 . nnn 1.1 m a. UUU ,o a VOX V UUIlllMObU DDtnUIiSUUlCUV) in perfect running ordor. The original discovery of Eockfol. low and party and includes five lodes, viz: the Union, Rocky, Eureka, Ophir and Iloosior; Of these...

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. — 7 January 1866

LIST OF" LETTERS HKMAININO IN "' "Wells, forgo & Co.'s Office, "Dalles, JAftilAUY 1st, 1866. Aldrldge, E W '.. Allen, Ira Arnold, Clurk Adami, Katharina, linker, A Ot Drown, II Boheu, J Q Broouke, J Burns, Bernard i Blumeuthal Louis, Brower, 8 II Ilixbjr, Beth Browning, Hubt llruwu, N 0 Bernard, A A Bro. llertrand. Francisco .Bogot, Edwatd Blossun, J S BierunD. J &1 Bates, A S Brown, J J Bolce, Allen Block, T J Bryant, J M llarraut, reiix Benenger, )lt Ball, J 8 Baker, W 8 Bakor. W W Chaudler 1 J V Lunniugiiaui, Jas, Caution, Hugh 'Cartee, L F Cooper J W 8' Chamberlain, Mm JB Car, Alfred Coune, Airs It A l uocurau it u Collin; Andrew Cuerlo, It Cluln, J J Cbeneworth, J Cogings, Ueo Ollgau, jas Dowd, Albert Davis, Thus --Davis, Morgan Dalaney, Ueo Dawson, JJ -kite!. Chandler Eburhart, H L Fifo; Andrew 2 1'ischer, Jos Ford, R. Fallow, Chrljt Fletcher, John Frank, John Baker, John Bethel, A Cooper, Mrs. LIzza, Curtis, Francis Coueley,'Miss M Curtis, Win (.'unimlnga, li A Chapma...

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