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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 16 January 1866

- -i - , tt ; VOL. . PUBLISHED EVEBT MOBNIXG, .. . (M0NDKV3 B.tCKPTKD,) ttT Z' 12. G. COHXK &'J-MALI-ORA'V, EDITOR AND "llOl'llIRTOR?. .: ' tttiMS Twmttf'fire.cmU per week, piiynblfl to the carrier Iter mourn, uy nmti, i; titroe month, sou; six itHintliB, $5; oueyear, $$, - Adveitlseiueiita inserted at low rntet 1 ' Job Printing. Rvftry tleteriptlon of plain mid fancy Job Printing fH nttui with mutin-mi nnd dep:itch, and forwarded h ptir Oivrtouny purl til the omnlry. i'ayinetkt jorJovd rim itig must be niadc on delivery J mork. J UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES. OREGON. , tiii.4 porui.vtt House, csmtrai.lv locateh, ( Hear tho Steamboat landing & Railroad Depot, . Iti bcou recently enlarged -and improved, and will irow xtjcuinmudato .-y : ' i JiOO GUESTSi.. ,... F. WIl.LnH CONDUCTED as heretofore as ft FIRST CLASS 1I JUSK. mi l tlio patronage of tlio traveling- tiuiinc I rospeciiuny aoiicun i. ' ijr llagiu taken, tollio House fiw of ciiaio.IIoifo jeu alt night. U 1 ' A w .' LARGE FIR...

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 January 1866

jaib UTouittaiiucr. "''iBB8b.iy moxix(b7jan. io, vm. fits clergymen of Philadelphia have taken to ulajring base ball, for exercise ; ; i 1 r . Ruhiso the. montli of .August lust, 148,598 rations were issued by the XJovernment to freodmen and refugees in North Carolina. Tiik light house at New Point, in Chesa poake Bay" hnVbeen lighted up for the first time sine 18G1. . .:- - " ' Titu people of Cincinnati are discussing plans for the construction of new water works ii ml a park. ' - A two million dollar hotel is projected at tho Fifth Avenue entrance of tho New York Central Park.' It is estimated that not loss than 75,000 soul will cross the Missouri next season, and seltlo on this side. MsaTa.Mi j w i . Libbeus C. Berry has recovered judgment ia the Supreme Court at Poughkocpsiu, N. Y fur $300 against the U. S. Marshal for illegal urrostanl imprisonment in 1 802. HmaiiAM Youmq has said that he docs not want gentiles to patronize his theatre, and forbids his followors from visiting t...

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 January 1866

ontiutiucf. Money Market. frill Vranclwo tagnl Tender rules 6f New Vurk Gold Quotations 146 JfKWSOFTIlR IHTERIORIN DKTAIL. The mncbinery (or tho hull of the steamer on tho Pen d'Oreille Lake bus arrived safely nt its destination. The hall of the steamer Is, by this time, ready to rcccivo it, and by i hp nrsi ot Murcu lue steamer win do utiont nnd ready to take on freight and passongers. JXfae-stcnmcr Forty-Nine, under the corn s' mnnd of dipt. L White, has proven a com plete success.. On her trial trip, In Decem ber, she succeeded in ascending the Colum bia one hundred and sixty miles, when Gelds of flouting ice drove her bnck from some where near the bead ot Lower-rrow Lake.. John C.. McClellan 1, a settler ;on the Pity ett River, porishod, it is supposed, in the- prcat storm, on the 13th of December. At that date be started nut of Boise Basin, and titice then has not been beard of. --fnrert'ecn men, it appears, of Cnpt. Bor- land's command, were frozen, on the march r from Snake t...

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 January 1866

CO i.- A Fwiam Doctor. Hero is a woman who did keep a secret I She kept it nil her life, nnd wus only bes lru-od bv douth itself. Jt is, indeed a strnngo Btocj", but it is no doubt Iruo, nsit comoB from u relinblo English pa per: "An incident is just now being discussed in militury circles so extra ordinary that wero not its truth csipa blo of being vouched lor by officiul authority, the narration would certuin- ly bo deoniod absolutely incredible. Oar officers quartered at iho Capo, between filleen and twenty yours ago, may remember, a curtain Dr. jJhitj', attached to tho medical staff there, und enjoying a reputation for consid erable skill in his profession, especially for fiimnoss, decision, and rapidity in difl'erent operations. This gentleman had entered the army in 1813, had pas Bad, ol course, through the grades of assistant Burgeon and surgeon in various regiments, nnd hud served as such in various quarters of the globo. Ilia professional acquirements had procured for him h...

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. — 17 January 1866

Is VOL. l. r VI.LK8, OREGON, AVEDNE9DAY, JANUAUY ir, I8OO1 NO. 131. PUBLISIIEU EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS CXCKPTKD,) BT 13. G. COWKE & J. 1IALLORAX KDIT0U3 AND PROPRIETORS. l'i!KH8 Tiattt ty-ft mjU per week, payable to the carri ner month, by nnul, $lj three mouths, $2 60; six nouUm, $6; one year, $8. AdvertiseiueuU Inserted at low rates. Job Printing. Rvery description of slain and fancy Job Printing ere- ihm wan neatness ana despatch, and rorwnrded aa par oii'sr to any part of the oouutry. Biymentjorjet Print ing muti oe maat en delivery . . UMATILLA HOUSE DALLES, OREGON. HANDLE Y JtSINNOTT, ITop'rs ran popular aouai, ocpthaixt iooatid, Near the Steamboat Landing Bailroad Sopot, Ha hoe a recently enlarged and Improved, aud will now acoiimuinaaio 30 0 GDEBTS JTT WILL BK CONDUCTED aa heretofore, aa aTIUST JL CLASS IIOUdK, and the patronage of the traveling liuhllo in rospectnmy aollclle i. .. . mf - BiirKago taken to the II juso free of charge. House oboii all Bight.' 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. — 17 January 1866

lailit JflffUtttatnttr: -s -a It if said tbat (lie late rebel Beauregard linj been offered the post of Commander-in-Chief ol tbe Pontifical Zouaves At Rome, f . j A little girl in Marysville, on being asked what made- ber checks to extraordinarily red, rtbly replied : Oh, I've just bad a beau 1" Tin city of Chicago bns been mulcted in $14,000 for damage, t exulting from a defects jve sidewulk. B17TIK monuments art being erected on all he great battle fields. The latest named is at Fredericksburg. A lady asked a sailor why a ship was called 11 she," and Jack replied, '.' Because it costs so muehJoi ber rigging." Thi connection by steamer from Portland to Dalles, was made yesterday for the first time since the 13th of December last. Is it Tallisa, tho head ohicf of tbe Kansas 1r!le of Indians, killed himself lately, by over eating. Amono the members of Congrcjs elect from New Orleans, is the veteran banker of' that ctiy, jacoo uaruer. ue 13 now aoout eiguty- tcven yents of age. , Col....

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 January 1866

Money. Market. Bun Franel.co T ejral Tender rates ,70V370J kew York (Jul J Quotations........... .Ull Epitome of Telegraphic News. rcOMPILSD OM THS ORiaONIAN. ' DATES TO JANUARY 8. Ciicaijo, Jna 8. a Wasuiniiton dispatch to the Chicago Tribune Buys: Tue resolution adopted in the Home to-day, expressing the opinion that the troops should not be with drawn from the Southern Stales until Con Kfeav Imd investigated, their condition and deolde'd on the future of these -Suites as re gards their restoration to t lie Union, devel ued neatly an unbroken front among the Republican mnjoriir. The resolution was adopieil by 94 lo 37. Messrs. IUymond, D . vi, Thomas, Ilnbbel, peliiniWoodtiridge, and Green Olay Smith, were theouly Repub licans who voted imliet n'ejfitivo.: ' Gen. Stertdtnnrt, litte'cbiMriaiider iii Geor pia, is in Washington on a short furlough, and will proceed. from here to his home in Ohio. ... ;. r Washington, Jan. 8. The appointment of a Biib-cotumiiree by the joint committee...

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 January 1866

i l La tVL . Another PAaob Disoouhss by Mr. Beecher At th anniversary of the American Missionary Association, in hia church, at Brooklyn, llenry Ward Beocher made Dome furlhor remarks in 'Bupport of President Johnson and his policy of conciliation. The chief points aro thus outlined : Emancipation is a proceBS, and we must not expect it to bo accomplished to day or to-morrow. It took forty years whon God led his people to bring ihem from Bypt to the promised land, and if wo bring those frcodmen in ten, don't you think we shall bo doing protty well 1 Old habits are to boshakon oif, slavish tendencies swept away, prejudices dissipated; and we ehall find that this work cannot bo lone rapidly. - It will take not only judgment and wisdom, but hope. 1 make up ray mind boforoband to sick ness, Borrow and suffering; but if in five years wo get those people on their feet with tbreo quarters of those thut ure now alive remaining, wo shall have done a glorious work. It is tho future all tbo ti...

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. — 18 January 1866

4. - A. V 1 S ' i i i i ) 1 , 1 iu;,i .i,-:;t ; 'u.'.LI. I'l.H Vi!:l 0Ili!!Ji '!' iiV "J , i.'i VOIu I OrtrcOOTV; TiltJTlftO AY, .IANUAWY 18, 18J. rN.O. 133. it aih ill juittamecr. V .,"0 PUIILISUED EpY MOUNING, (MONDAY SXCKPTKD,) BV ' Ei C.XOyE & J. II41M.OIIAX, , . , SDIT0U8 AND PIlOPUIKTOk". f saws TtocHty-flcecenU per week, payable to the currier per month, by mail, $1; . three month. &I&0; 'nix ' months, 6 j oueyear, $S., Advei'ti.emouu inserted at tow ratue. . ,' ' v- ... ... Job Printing.'- M ' ' ' ' Kvnry t.criptlon of plain nnd-fiuioytfab Printing exe- -wtwl wiiit HuattioiM ana despatch,, ana lorwurueti u per ori'i to any part of the country, Payment Jvr Job Print fJf UX. SIUU) Vf VV Jf WW P" . . J ,. UMATILLA ITOTJSE, ' : . DALLES, ORECON. -V. UAiMDCKY & SIXNOTT, rrop'ri, .this r-o?ut.iu house, owtha'ut iocatub, ' Noar the Steamboat Landing & Eailroad Dopot, II w been roc-Butlj- uiilarijc'J an.'l liniirovea, mid will now ITT WIJ.T. ni CONDUCTED u licteo...

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. — 18 January 1866

THt'KSDiy MOUSING, JAJf. 18,'ISOO. y f r in hoped that tbe Sierra Nevada can be got off without any Berioua in' jury resulting from her lute miuhap. A child of Mr. Harrison Koo, of Hioiiacoom, about two' years old, was burned td death on ho 28tlr'bf De cember. ' ' ! Tub Washington Territory fcegis. luture h8' endorsed l'rosident John. ann -in n liio-Mo nn.t.ri nl.i a finrinA fif inn . , ill r . , . ,. , olutions. ' ' "Tfl.s arnelt aie running up tho Co lumbia. Fishermen will find a good nmrkot for a portion of their " catch " 'la'tliis place. ' ! David Dkubv, ot Chamber's PraN rio, Thurston County, W,, T., was ao cidentally shot and killed, whilo deer hunting on tho lust day of Decomber. , ,, Bail liusli, ot Bush Pruirie, in tho Sound District of Washington Terri tory, committed suicide by Bhpoling jJbimself through tho head, ou jNow Year's Day. ..... , , . , Wilson WaddisGham, It is stated, . offered Col, J, S,. Ruckle $125,000 for the ftueldo mino and mill, on tho waters ot I'owde...

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. — 18 January 1866

)' SIonntamccL Sloney Market. . . ftvn Fninciaco Legal Tundor rntes..... WA&WK Kew Voids Uuld Quutntloiif ...MSA Epitome of Tclcsraphic News. - - . . COHULID riOX IU OKUlOMAil. DATES TO JANUAUY 13. HWu'm.im.Jaii.fl, John Minor Bolts liui Couio out in a cant denying that lie has sought to prevent tlieadiuisaioii ol the Virginia mem bers. II says lie baa maiiiluiueii tliat every representative constitutionally elected who iz prepared lo comply with Ilia requisitions of l lie Corinituii jii and laws is as fully entitled to take his -e it ns those now oucuuviuir seats. To have taken any oilier ground would have b'-ett to admit that the Smtcj luiHy in rebel 'liou bad been out of the. Uliiuq. secession ronsi(nenlly lawful aud constitutional, A pi eltiuu that, uoWly. will suspect him of occu pviiifr. 1 ,1 ;, 1 ' t is staled that Horace Greeley hud An in ferv.ie.w with tue President. The latter ex pressed to Greeley his desire' to avoid any rupture with the Union party. ' No less than f...

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. — 18 January 1866

jiil.il -Qiitffo en ill s as ton ft r: Greek Magic. Tho history or Oieso amusornents runs back into the re mo-, teat ages of : antiquity; Horodotus notice the Introduction from Ejiypt ct-'pappets moved by springs. ,...TtVc sitting upon a wheel during its rapid revolutions, is told on the authority of Xonophon, and tbey may be nom pared with tho famous decption of fitting upon uothing, in China. Tho emission of fire from the mouth one or tno commonest tricks of our coun try fairs is also ascribed to wo. men, by Athcncrous. Tho thimblo riggers of Epsom are likowise cloarly anticipated. Somo of tho performnn cos of the Greok jugarlers wero suffics iontly ingenious: but classical antiqui ty otters no foals to contest the crown with the modorn Indian basket fraud, or tho B'uddon growth and blossoming of the plant in the bund of the same performers. We have trrqaenljy list en 1 to descriptions of theso tricks from an intelligent spectator, who confessed his inability to offer the slightos...

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 January 1866

tti-WT II '"' ' U W I M - fr sT r j mm VOL. O. DALLES, ORKGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY H), 1800. NO. 133. PUBLISHED EVEItY MORNING, (Monday, excepted,) by E. C. COWSE & J. II A E, LORAV, RDIT0II8 AMD fKOPRIKTORS. - Tirms Tieenty-Jteeeentt per week, payable to the carrier per uiuutii, by mail, $1; three months, Ki 60; six . iiiuntha, $6; one year, $8. Advertisements iuierted at low rates. . ' Job Printing. Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing ne tted with neatness and despatch, and forwarded aa per orter to any part of the country. Payment Jar Job Print inQ aatuf be made on delivery 07 work. ' UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. IIANDLEY & SIXNOTT, ITop'rs. this roruna noosE, ckntrallt located. Hear the Steamboat Landing & Eailroad Depot, liu bees receutly enlarged and improved, and will now accommodate . 300 GUESTS. IT WILL BR CONDUCTED aa heretofore, aa a FIRST GLASS HOUSR. and the patronage of the traveling public la respectfully sollcite'l. f Baggage taken to the llo...

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 January 1866

Satin Ixlountainttt TUB NAVIGATION Olf UPPER Trlnl Trip or tlie roitj-Mne." FRID.lT TtfOIrtilXU.'JXJf. ft), 1KC8." Tli re e. h hiimbir of miners nlumr.J, i b j ii.j.ie-i of protliiiiiic, :ti,il il,p,e were I .ul H.'lKin, to apenl ll.e winer n'nitl-.Hie I-'. bini. A fatal cuseVof cholera recently occurred at St. Louis. ' ' - The Uiilicli of the Utile steamer Port)' A'ine, j eiiUWisiin.l liyiirrhnteaii frwrls (if &0J itO' ie;rth. at '(Jolvillr, on the. evening of the 18ib Xuveii.ter, niiirl.i an the ilorlheru fec'iou There liiiiilt: niUeulnier.-r mil t.i-inl thill' 7 u tiie liuiuiy or ,,, W.d H11Ijl , jci, -. (iIf Khvu v ol the Columbia Baiu. I will have their ue.n bun's Imi.ii In. h Among tlie spectator, waj that dhtlnguisbvd , lVj' be niulilid m he amoDg the final iu Sf7. I'ere-s savne-a. Tin un. mines in the Hiring. Gsneual Thomas F. Meuher is tt present acting governor of Montana. The Pacific Mail Steamship Com pany declares a quarterly dividend of Iiua nor innr.. The practice...

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 January 1866

'I'.. ..1. .M.i ....... VA.i-.nu : L l r. U...-n 1 vtiAl.lJEir.1 I I'll i . . . . . , - - - - - - The iro.OHiiioii to elect the PreMiuV-nt latter is i-ijjbt, we bliouM get as -.mucU fin 1 Vice-President of the United further in debt as riosbibl'., ; hut if tbo Hinted by a plurality of voters, and ! Secretary's theory is- comet, then the to distribute- the Congressional repve. ' sooner w pay thu better.'' .nation on the bnii of ; quitiv-l I Wm; MAVsbier""in" ll.o tJ. S. voters iviU prove a temptm- lre to I 8llb.TreUs;,ry at rraociseo', ban the fiouthen, States to eurrancbiflo the ,criibejJ5!(jj 300j)oftbo Unnh in bis blu.-kraee. By 8o doi, the weight cha,.g9 m,d U.vled. ilr. Cbeese of the late slave boMin males will be nitM) fco XrenMirej. wi!, ,, l0 ioereaed lor.y per cent, in a preSi- I 0 tril)nl.y. - Mipy, it iV eabi, is u Uential eleetio.i, and it will add nnc. lu..S:ll.riill0edl.ny1 of inferior, intellect, thing over thirty member to :.',n:iri . - ? - , .-, ' 1 . . ,1 Thk Btnlou...

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 January 1866

Sailiy Mlountainctr. LiBEaT? of the Press. Though all tho winds of doctrine were let loose to play upon the earth, bo truth be in the field, we do injuriously, by licens ing and prohibiting, to misdoubt her ' strength. Jjet her and lalsohood crap pie : who ever knew truth to be put to the worst in a tree and open encounter: Her confuting is the best and surest suppressing.' . What a collision is this when we v are exlxr.ed by the wise man to uso diligenco, "to seek for wisdom as for hidden treasures," early And late;, and another order shall enjoin us to know nothing but by Htatuol When a man hath been la boring the hardest labor in the deep mines of knowledge, hath drawn forth his reasonings, as it wore a battle rang ed, soatlered and defeated, all objoo tions in his way, calls out his adversa ry into the plain, offers him the advan tage of wind and aun.as bo pleases only that be may try the matter by dint of argument; for the opponents then to skulk, to lay ambushments, to keep a ...

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 January 1866

, B;'fff"j''WM'' "IT.1 '." i . '.!. ,u Ljjjamsa.--A. a-L-wr --.s; VOL. . DLLES;OUEGON,SATO ailjj Hlfluutitinetr J FOR HOISK MINUS 1MHCCT. mini iciirnn wirrnir iiaiixtiiti .iiULiounuJiiiittiJJiwihUBW, -iALLA WALLA & BOISE LIN , (MONDAYS BX0K1'TD)) Dt l OK E. f COW.VE &. J. IIALI.ORAX, CONCORD, STAGKS, KD1T0R3 ANI PKOlMUKTOtt. g ' CARRYING Tutus Ttw.ul g-Hrtmntt per week, payable to the carrier J THE U. S. OVERLAND MAILS pur month, by iimil, $1; three mouths, t'J&O; nix's ' AN1 iowmtit4 ' 0""J""r,$8-. Aiv'-"""'"'""'"",wl Weiij, Fargo & Co.'s Express, Job Printing. U3 . now maaing iieguinr iriptrrom vtuiia nana tori ' Vivery dccrlption of plain and fancy Job FrinVig eite-' nicit with iiuutiicxfl aim despatch, anu torwnrueu aa per cerviltsUie Milieu.) STIipaiiu-Ii tn Turn nml n ITiiif Ti'ive ou'urtontij pnitof tho-couutry. IKiynaUJorJobJhrmtg i. ... i, 7 ' . , ' . , n tiu( w,e i Miveru ol work. - gCimnectiug with tho Wallula Line orstagcn; aud til J gftnnta.irtha II. H. ...

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 January 1866

lor drilled into tl Columbia, tipppnrs to have San Francisco. fclO. CCHAKIIAI'IIEII, Dalle. jliardenea intpncruot, covering ibe major parti FloC Mi-lCF &L jO W the 'surface of the river. Thus, without n , - Hanyrunning ice, the river is rendered nscless fV'ii WHOLESALE -..j .u. i -r ', fr?. TT -m ? ' or navigation, And the hopes of an early re-GsV I.; C! CKX3,JE5 S umplion of business are blasted f'- 'ND DEALERS I2f ,i . -Mils, Hasahuvck, a highly respected lady ,1 'WineS &, 1 jicmoi-S., . And Importers nml Jobbers -of awns fonnd dead in her hou.-e, at the corner J morning of the Utu of January. It is thoughtCJJ JLj O X..EL I JlN Gt sjie was .attacked with apoplexy and died&fioots &. SllOCS, , during the night. Ilef husband is said to$ , IJlatll' ('Iftil.ill"', kbe nt present in the John Day mines.' PI I.v Italy there is a fierce contest on foot JJ i- t j Sbrtwccn the Press and the Army. No few erg - r- ' jitbnn one bnndrcd challenges have 'beenjjj fciQ A "V t-i1 U,T...

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 January 1866

C3J I'agRinHt the Uuited States prior to bU pnro.elj . Main, Street,. Dalles, .r l 1 ,T rl 1 .i. Pi! .UU1.10IL1JI1.UIII.1AIL UUUK 1.1 ( ; .i : THB5 CITV TRADE. ' ' ThrDalubv Oregon, Jan. 20tli, 18C6. j Apprehensions "of asLoit supply of Dour re felt, la view of the storm ize ol aanvicra Jon again. " As jet, however, there Is do nd rone in the price of it from lust wtek. Tuc Nevada. Gazette say there Is a prospects of a rush of miners from that place tor Mon- J Jlafla Territory, next spring, v, I Bribrstadt's picture, '-The Rocky. Moun The through trip made by the steamer lnstt! tains," has been sold for $25,000, to be J eok, was the means of bringing to this place '. taken to England. wnsiderable quantities of several' articles, ofjj ; Is announce hi. into'n ion to put on fchich there was great need. f Hne uf coftcie, from wiit BlufiV to lion- Ooal.o.l bas agam advanced to 2,50 per? if lbo roild ,a DroBerlr ilnDr0Vcd. FEANKLIN, MARKET.- fX CORNEA OF 8FCQIt AND. WASHINGTON STREETS , ...

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 January 1866

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