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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 28 January 1866

- 1 , 1 , -k:--. : L'J 'J. ' l ' 1 ' ' .--'- - . VOL.. V I VTJL.ES, OIIFGON, SUNDAY, JANUAKT ttSt 1NO. t iO ailg UJountitinccr, , riliLlSlIKD EVERY HORNING, (MlMftfAVd V.X0KPTKO,) ttV - E. G. tOAC &, J HtLl-OKAlV, I . . SMijfmfl AND PROWUKTOU. " T&uu Twnfy-firtocnt perwtek, piiyuhlti to the carrier ft- Dtfnri mail. $L; three montht. $2 60; six fmmtliit, oauyear, $3. Atlvwitiafliuoutfl liuMrted at fcffW VMei. , . .r . Job Printing. , tfVery tlccrlpUoii of pliiin and fancy Job Printing exe led with iifuttU'Hii Riid despatch, ami forwarded m per 0i'r to any part f the cuuucy. ityictUJwJiUVrint ivy musI Ot mmlc on delivery uj work. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, ORECON. iiiVim:v JiSiwo i r, rrop'rs. tiiu p iptun Mouse, 0'NTRAU.Y iocatcd, Near the Steamboat Landing & Eailroad Depot, II is boon recently ealsrgitd aud luinroyed, and will uuw mXilUIUodlto .15 0 0 GUESTS. IT WIW, 11K CONDUCT KD fit heretofore. M a Kilt ST OliAdi KOUSi:. hii I the pi.truimge of the tnivuliujj I'Uhtic U r...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 28 January 1866

Saib illoiuitiitncer i CISC1 SUNDAY MOUSING, JAN. 28, 1808. TtiE Pacific, lalt Tho Emporium .on the 18lh Inst., witt.S50t.500 on hoard. Tuk Oregon City Woolen Factory is proving a great succors. .JonsrMiTonEM, rocoivgd ,$75,000 of he Fonian money, to bo used during hi missiott to l'urta. ; ' , . The lass of cattle thid winter fir Hie liictt of food, hits boon considerable on Boiso and Snnko rivers. TtiE Fronch nro building a stceK j)'atotl steam corvetto for sorvico in the Pacific ocean'.' THE COI.OnEO PEOPLE IS OKNEHAI. tlmnvml SfnivTswA ta Mwenlitti Nothing can bolter illustrate the ,P, , r 1 r. u,., 61 , The protect of n road from Moiuana -. r . i 1 , iis ' to tho Upper Missouri river beginito assume shape, An expedition tuint The University of Virginia has two hundred and thirty students in attondi ancc. Thopo institutions at tho Sooth are being rapidly ro constituted. It will require over a quarter of a million of dollars to repair and ro light the light'houscs on tho coast of ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 28 January 1866

C3T aib- jton::tniucct. Money Market. Pun Frum-l-cn Leipil Tender rotes , New York Gold notations..'- H Epltomcof Telegraphic Kcws. (c-Miriutn mo tiis onraosiAX. 10. BATKS TO JAN VARY Chicago y Jan. 15.' A letter fom Governor Morton, ol Icirtiunu, giving nn account ol Ms iirrivnl in Kn;liuid, snys : I liuve eaten hut ttiiu mv.il since I went iibonrd tlio stean.cr, hhiI tliat whs nn tlitt evening Hint I le t. Mr limbs lire vory weak, inucli weaker than whe i I started. Ser 0113 iiirehcnsion are I'elt as to the effect of thin trip upon bis liBiillh. , A dispatch fron Hnnt-ville, Ala. to the -Tribune, says that in tli jt portion of North Alabama, cast of II .ntsvi le,. frrent' desM 11 U011 prevails, and that relief o I'oth whites mi I b I '31c j ' he S nte or Genefal Govern tnent is iiidispcn able. Around Tu.jcmn.bU fund Florence, everything seems to prosper, except that there are not enough laborers to work one-luil'' of the land The ircedincii re nil nt work nt good wages,. More are ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 28 January 1866

A NOVEL tO D2 READ IX T.VO M NUTE8. Vol. I. 1 Moonlight ovcnlns Mhn-ly uruvo Two ytiim p-oplo much in btvo: lluruJno with k re.it uu.tltli fiid. weil, J lor lminl-oiiiv. poor and pru 1; 'J rutli fttMiml l.iai tB united Vow urcliungelHR p.'tsiou plighted; Kiffud, quince, ttilm, c.iholh, Maiden yield ono tt liur triMaei ulii;itfl(it to bo nurnittiiitttl; llappy h urn piisrifd by uncouutudt V's'y rival, tll ninl stales , Overhear tlui tender title. ; TOf II." Morning In tbo Hint looks in My; Scuiiw jou.UK bi'ly'n hither' rjtioly; ;. Hern, with bin lint In bund: Heroine, li'iiiiiiijf o'er a stand ; Angry parent Htorma, ahinc. And at once omrieiit relink; Maiden I'ainla bun eat It tbo blow: Mother intercedes no . Miriukd, liyHtc'iicd, pr jturttutiotm. Mixed wit Ji old nutii i) execration-; J xit lover inhUt tbo Uin -Ugly rival eutoia in. VOL. nr. Time n moonlight night once more; cnu otiiflMe the lady'a door; hover, with half Ln-k.n heart, huciii-H he'd rather die then pin t ; tianieii f...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 30 January 1866

11 .'- ;!; 1.' ' - :. 1 I J ' L I'M! vo r. . . . ! D.LLKS; PUJ'GON. pTTTTCSSilA: JTANTJAllT 0, WOO, NO. 1-1.1. :!iti;L'. . s-i--j''J i, -lit..'! . , '. ' I !! ' ' PUBLISHED t'YESY MOUXLVG, , . (MONDAY BXUKI'TKII, BY. - K. g. fcon ii?& .i;h lf-t OU i. RDlTOtlS AM) VKDI'ItltCTOH-i. Tkhms Twiitjf-Afr.Cfttt iurVcIt. payable to the currier l'r mouth. It jr until, $1"; "three mutillm. iix iHmt(,i, 9;tikv yaftr,$3. Advci tineiueuU ItworttMl at Ujw nut. Job Printing, ... t Wvi't-jMlfiicrlptiou nf i)Hin ami fancy Job Printing txe Htiil,vitli iifiaunttH ami Jtwpiteti, and forwarded a (nsr Oti'ur to any (mrt of the country. JiiineHtJorJoO Vi int UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, ORECON. t IliKDliLl iiSlSXl)!"!', I'lOp'lS. '-' "" Tina r -ipi'ii meat, vrxvuii iocatsk, Neat ths Stpamhoat landing & Eailroau Sopot, lhn lii'uil rereutly eulitrgod and improved, aud will now UjC JUllllodatU ' !. ( ;t( O GrUEST es ST WILL UK CONPUCTKD M heretofore. a a FIKST CLASS UOU.K, im-l lliv pitruimgu ut' tli tr.tv...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 30 January 1866

C2- flailo Tonutatnccr. "TUESD.Vy MOKXIXC, J.VX. 30, lSOfl. With whisky al $18, a gallon, tho minor? of Montana ought to got very Some soldiers of the Sixth Infantry, nt San Francisco, havo bcon detected in selling forgod soldiors' discharges. Voltaire said tho eputalion of J) into will bo continually groater, bo-i-auso there is nobody now that rcuds him. Dubi.no tho visit of the cholera in 1819, tho common houso flies died, and none woro to bo seen after tho epide mic had prevuilod a short timo. The amount of national paper cur. rency authorized by law to bo circu latod is $1,083,452,283. Tho amount in actual use is estimated at 31GO,000,. 000. Cot,. O'Mahoney ought to warn tho Fenians, after tho fushion of magazine editors, that " no contributions will bo returned, unless accompanied by stamps to pay return-postage." Tl .. 1 1 i 1 .. . i x uiu now me uiumi pjhiuiii in JfewYork no bolls are rung, but each engino company is informed by telo graph, in its own house, of tho locality o...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 30 January 1866

onntaiiiccr. Money Market. 8-in Francisco Legal Tender rutee....... New York Gold Uuotatlou ........... ., 7oK7K ' Thk Cmco Route Aciain. The O.vyhoo Avalduclie, llio Idaho repre. Hontulivo of llio Culilornta interest, ami tho Chico route in put-liculur, in its insuo ot the 1 6t.li oi December, thus suinmarizt's llio disadvantages of the Columbia River route to the Idaho miner-: The dUtanco from Chicago to where unv machinery has been unloaded in i'luho, id ut luuHi twenty, five hundred miles ; and the distance from Sun Francisco, overland, to the nearest .qtiarizvninos of this Territory, is not mx hundred mile, while the distance viu Portland is twelve hundred. There id no further overland travel direct from S.i n Francisco, than via Purl laud ; and tho former is much tho bust road.. But no lonir a ueoule havim; troijjht to ship from S:tn Francisco to I Idaho, bring it via (ho Columbia Uivcr, Hiilj'-ut (o the many handlings by the extortionists ot tliut 'portnj infretcd thoroughfar...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 30 January 1866

'J" UK DlIM.NKSa OF FUKMMIINO 111 ,.tl,ip ,liibt .liice, wo voiilij In- down im ti f u n rlamcii t ut -p i-in oi lo in fiirnitilnii Unit tli o cud in viow ttliouid bu lo rnuUo n house or u room clioerdil, cotiil'oriu bio. Wo t?uy I i vh blt, Ir-chuno there nro Fomuny which, though hiindfoino It fitt.iiiuli.i.l n m A eon 1 in I linnvliiiiiii J 1 U I 1 1 I O 1 1 t. W , 1. I V VJ f I t I J in IHV I All l IHVj mill llio very thoiihl nl living in llicin lank is one xhuddcr. OiIioih ciijiiivute us by ilivir jiieturcFqno iptiir!i(t.:., and wo nro inuliocti inwiii-d ilicin ; hut ono moment's pecjt inoido t) if pt-l.- every wish (f ihokiud. ; Tlie-are so diMmil, tlio rooms nro low, duik nnd mnull, and an ut monphoie of durluicirS iei" vudes Iho wliole. - Tho dull stylo of furnishing is, like every othi' form of dullness, very common. "The prevailing tints drub, oak, and a dinjy red. Tiiero is much neatness about it. The highly polish ed round-tablo Blands univerrally in the middle of tho roo...

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. — 31 January 1866

i-; : i:.l-.n-...Ti -il ! 70 l VOL . I V T-LKS, OU KGON, WEDNKSD AY, .JANUARY 1, aS3. . NO, f-iSS. . , . .c, ; .t : - i I H H N 1 9 IB B MB f B H . a- iv. w . s ail n 0 uut at it e c i fUBLlSUELI EVKIiY 5I0UXING, t ' (MONDAY tXCKt'TCU,) BV . ' K. C CO WIVE & J. II lH.OUA, t . E0IT04UI AND I'KOPUIKTOU. ' : j , . 1'BnSis-fWMfy-flri! ccn&r fjr weak, payable to tlie carrier jier month,, by mail, el; thi-ee mouths. 160; .six Nrmitks, eaeyar,$S. Advertisementa Inserted t Iww raes. ..... , . , , ,, , Job Printing. . . Kvery desortetiosi of plalu and fancy Jab Printing exe nluJ with ttuiiwi and despatch, od forwarded us per on'er teaav art f the CuunCy. iiymattJrM I'rtnt UMATILLA HOUSE, dall.es, oreoon:;'.;' IIAKDLI2Y &SI..orT, I'rop'rs. THIS roPLUB IIOUSK, 0'NIIlAU.r LOCATID, Ilearlhe Steamboat landing & Sailroad Dopot, lliu been recently enlnrd tud iuiinored, lud will uuw :c niiiiiHlate 30 0 GUE H X S . , . ST WILL IIW CONDUCTED m iieretorure. m a FIRST (J I. ASS IIOUSK. m...

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. — 31 January 1866

Slaiig lilouutatnccr. 'WKDNgsnvY mokmsc, st, .sue? PijitvlAis beon successfully; b9ud by Now York railroad company.' l ' Tho express inattu.rso Fong detained lit John Day IJiver w&s brocrgbt down by tbo mcscengur yesterday. Wells, Fargo & Co. 'a Express for Portland will louvo to-morrow mors inn p. . . . . Thk Columbia Kivor is rapidly full, inir. 'J'be risHJ in tho lust ten days has been about tvrctve feet. A Till The firs uoiiGii line to boisB. ! time than bv the ronnd. about route rst stop to bo taken in divort b Sacrarncnt0 nnj Tho JJmpo.ium. ing the trado and travel from the Tho routo should in faeijm let in one present difficult and circuitons routo j contra(.t t0 run from Bojrt0 city to from tho Columbia Eiver to the Boiso Vancouver or The Emporium, or to Mines, to the more convenient tftl blHh. ln orJcr t0 roake tl)0 r011te A calio of amalgamated gold is ex hibited in Melbourne, Australia, which worghs 1,812 ounces This would be considered a small matter in I Julio. ...

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. — 31 January 1866

AH m ft Money HI nrket.."- Shii Frincl-co l.ouI Tender rate. ; New Y'urk dold (iuotntlon. BKWSOPTHEIXMBlORlSiDBTill, The Idaho j(firiMlutiro linn dhhsuiI u inoniorial to CongreN, nkiittj Con. jrroaa to create a torritor.y out of' North Mulio, WcHlcrn Montana and E B'crn Wushinjftoti. The memorial alM ink for a wliuo of tho northern district of Utah to bo attached to Idaho. This i.s for the purpose ol bringing the pro posed route (if the branch of tho Cen tral Pacific It iiiroad to tlio Columbia liivcr entirely inside of Idaho. ' An Jiher mumirial has pnssi-d asking for tho establishment of a 'inil roiHoJrom Uaho city to South B tise. A new roud from Uoise City to Hid die B tiae quart,? district has beoii n'ui veyed. It runs up that feireiiiri 'ni tf k u aut off of for y luilea on ,hVsu,ld road ly Kooky 13 ir. .Considerable q'lanlitioR of beaver, otter, marten und.fox nIuiih are 'offer, d for said in J$J'no.' Tlicy are imJsilv H. ken on the Wciser und J..yelte rivers. Gov. Lyon's pol...

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. — 31 January 1866

CM 3 ailij lountanucrr Vh is Typical IuikbMan li'muttlbo iiiimiuod iliat lii'O typical Irishman is u I'i'otcns. Viow him in ono way, lio 11 tlto Meny Androw of Europe, u njJ, rogHi.-th lown who never opcim lii.s mouth but to utter either u j;tt or abttll. Viow him (roth unotlicr n.ius ho is tho Hulro'rinr victim ot tins merilod oppression, I he pntieni murtyr uf hisuncicnl tuilh, I lie Hcnsilivo, poelio Jolt, whose phruses uru rich with i:a:iory tin J pulhoH, and whose eonl iji'L'iilliea through nuch melodies ns the " Lust Joso ( f Summer" and "Su' vuuruah Doolish." Now ho is Iho lisy bully, lirandishing liin shillelagh in a faction filil arid trailing liis rug ged coat in tho mud to provoko hi equally pugnacious neigbor to trampio upon it. And now ho is tho silent secret plotting llibbonmun, nourishing his Vendetta for yearn, till ho can shoot his unarmed and helpless victim from behind a hedge' Nowho is tho most warm liearlod, fuiljiful ereii. dim in tho world, toiling' to 'reap E...

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

f i 1 n 7 irsn vo r... I) .TIL.KS, OUKGON, THURSDAY, KEUT? TJA.lt V I, I8(JO. NO. 143. VAf 11 Ml. H ' . .a . x .-a . - a u 7 m m ci eiBa 1 n 1 li r r i a Satin l&uiUahtccr, riBLISilEl) EVEttY MOOING, t (MONDAYS KXCKPTKD,) BY 12. 0. CO WW. & J. HiHOHW, KUITOKS AND iMlOIMUKTOk. Tkuk.1 9t9rm.!tfzJUv,ci'.itU per wuok. piiyaliln to thecurriur per ututli, by mail, $1; tln) niontli. $260; six 4ttMtkii, $j ; oho yiir, $8,. A4vertieuumtt inverted at low rutos. ' Job Printing. Kvrjr Ascription of plain iiud funey Job Printing xe tod wJtU iioiituoHfl nml iitwp.itch, wnl forwarded a per oKr to ttiiy part uf U19 country. JiymetUjorJoitiVint iny mwt he mue on dcliwry itf work. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. IIANDLHY &Slff.OTT, ITop'rs. THIS .""FULAR HOUSE, C 'NTRALLT L00AKO, If ear the Steamboat landing & Railroad Depot, lln keen recently eulargej mi. I improved, aud will uuw accommodate " ()6 GUESTS. 5T WILL UK CONDUCTED a heretofore, aa a FIRST CI.ASd HOUSE, and the patronage o...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 1 February 1866

I TlllIKSD.tT MOKXIXfl, FEB. 1, 1860. TiiB Oily Council of Kichroqnd Inn re pealed nll'tho old slave ordinances. Tiiriik Is nliro lalli of an opposition I'a ciiie Uailroad through Texas nnd Arizona to cllllicrn California. A. cosstpKiuni.K nrea of ground on 'the njrth sideuf Uib Columbia, opposilo this " l jco' is cloSr of show,' nnd stock is doing very noil.' ' 1 ; '- ' ' Tim Idiiho Legislature has appropriated fM,12tf for tlio relief of P.nise County, for ex I enscs Ineturcd in fffeping prisoners after i onviction. -. A uo'vkhknt has, been act on foot in Hart ford to raise bjr subsc iption a sum of money sxifTioicMit for, the 'erection of n luindsomo monument to the memory of Mrs. Lydin Huntley Sigourncy. . ' IIarnum has parcliuscd tlic poisoned pill Mrs. Wirz Attempted to puss from her ow n mod tli into her hatband's while kis-iug him, fur the purpose of taring him from the gul lu'.rs.' , Wiikn tho news of Cnptniii Cook's death, nt Owyhee, canio to England, iho poetasters . of co...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 1 February 1866

Jtlif '-Ionntaraccr- Money NurUot. ; n Vr-inri-co f.eiml Tender rntes 7VJ'K(IM ; Viirk Hold Quotations 141 THE CITY TRADE!. Tub Daluh. Oregon 3.n. lltst, 1RB8. Tlie scarcity nf flour is, Indica ed by a con 't tuned LdvAiicc in that u tiele.. Tills would not he tlio use, in view of th" certainty that imvigntinn is sure to be resumed shortly, tniTcss 'lie siipply w.n barely ndrquiVe to tarry our present population thrcugli n lew d:lV3. . Con.' oil, nfter. selling for 3 during the !.. t week, is offered nt $2. Ft, H'B. Standard, plain, $12; self-rising, $14; country lr iinls. none. II icon. SI Ics, 25c ; Jl mm, SSc. IUins. lluyos, lie; iiiuk liuit red 5c. llvrrai. Isthmus, ikr. Oregon, 40c. t!:ix M.-.ai. iretou, tic. Chkksii. ''tiltfnniia, 28e. ' ') ' Cim.s. llio. 31.;; V.mitx III,-. rt5u: Java. SRc, ' Sum. .-ninhvu-h Island, l.lcfoli'.c; f . F. refined, 16c, p-.wik'rcl. -lf; crushed. In hit's . l.'r. ' Tka. 'J'tiiu't. u.ie: Pnv Cluing, bijn; Jujiuii, ,85e ; Itnsku!. $1 ; 1 inpi'l-inl ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 1 February 1866

jjpailg IPonntahucr, SELLIXC. OFF co.vr ! Bauiks andtiib Daughters OF 1V rary. The London Punch any ihal h wimosscJ a ciu'ious bcdiio in u L don Cjurt. Tiicro woro tun irls, oach carrying a baby. Tim miked itgoa oi tho ten babies might liavo been nbout, fil'toon. And what might liavo boon tlio unitoil igo of iIioko currying thorn ? Certainly not moro lliun ioriy. fivo or fifty. 1" many poor fuinilioa it would sue in that n girl id no uooner lit to carry herself than she is sent out to carry Homo one younger than hIio is. In u household w hero the door can scarcely bo shut from tho number of children that mo inside, a girl is from tho ubovi' reason, much more ser vicoablo than a boj A hoy cannot jinrso his younger brothers and sisters, vh'sfeas a girl takes to it instinctively, und apparently lakes great pleasure in doing it. It is her plaything about tho only ono necessity allows nor. In this way tho girls of a court in St. Giles' have tho advantago over girls of tho court of St. Ja...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 2 February 1866

... D ALliRS, OUEGON, FRIDAY, li'EURUAUY IHOO.. NO. I lL giiilD-lfliintiiuiccr,- ri'BLISIIKl) EVERY MORNING, MONDAYS KXCKI'TKU, BY - ' E.G. COM C & J. W4U OR V, KllTllUS ANl PltUPIilKTUlH; Tkhms TtwHty-Avt.ceHt wt wunk. p.iyuliln to the cunivr rx iitiiiiiU, liy itmil. 41; .tltre wuiitlin, 2 5ti; nix muut'li, $-; uiio yur, $S, Ailverttseuioitut inaerUfcl at kmr mcuif. " Job .Printing. Kvery lUncription uf pUhi uiut iiuicy .fob Printing xe- niuil witJ m-atiii'Mrt uul lut iiuli, iukI furwiiiUuil u-t pur V ftu'er lit uuy jmrt i4 Hue cHtuutry, i'tyitwUjQf' Job -Print itiff murf ts wade on drltvtsry J wtk. -u. . , UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. t ii amic v n. si.vxo r ivi'roo'rs. Villi r PVL HOUSE, C MRM.LV LOtJATIW, Kear the Steamboat Landing1 & Sailroad Depot, Has bee.it recently imiarged itu.i improved, uni will how acCiJIUIU.liale ."5 O O GUESffS. 2T M il. I, II A CONDUCTED as horctolora. in ft FtltST 01. AS.- II J'J -K. mi l tlu' ptlromtgo of the traveliu,; public U rcsjierl...

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

C20 fail) IJIoiuitatiucL FRIDAY MOHMXC. FEB. 2, lSOft. Pakxon BiioVvKlow compliiins' that lio U opposcd'by both the radicals and rebels. " A OocknkY who luitl been eggrd by it mob, freaking of tho missileH. de dared that " the beggars 'ove 'urn at my 'ead." IIenuV Waiid JiKKCiiKU id becoming popular with the Democratic members of Congrcm. Hid ''ltemarks on Ityll" also made him many ii iondd among wdrldlings. The New York A'ews uys that in. Janlcioo began and grew with Pun. taninm. It Buuh is tlio cane, I'lirilan-i-m is of much greater antiquity than is supposed. Sam B.iwi.es oays of u church in San-Francisco : " lho Congregational Society that bid so high for tho llev. A. L. Stone, of Boston, is still in tho market for a first-clans preacher." A 1. 1. v ding to tho fact '(lint lio has heen twice nominated for Attorney-(-tnncral, and for nothing els'", John Vun Burcn says "ho has been twenty years rustling in politics, and ut hi.-t il compelled to go in ut lho eamo hole be camo out o...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 2 February 1866

a Tub 3ntkiu'ainmknt at Ciiaims's JlAi.r, Tlio flcriiis of tableaux, inter t pursed witir vocal tind instruments I innsio attracted about two hundred tind tidy persons loChapin's Hull itisl night, uihI we rtily echo tlio general sentiment in cu'lling il nsuccess. Of tlio tableaux, Guardian Angel, Joan ol Arc, Flower of iho Family, (mi orig i ii itl design, by Judge Joseph G. Wil. hop,) Yankee Courtship, Morning and Nigh i, Lmld JL-d lli Jinghood, Faith, und Tho Picket, wore ull very effec tive. - Tho Busted Miner, by Mr. Ferguson, wan utr immense success. Mr. .Kooler did tho D - iWrPicket very well, and was remorselessly 'i-lain by Ferguson, tho Oerco rebel. The God. -.'.essol 'Liberty, with JiiHtico "and Mercy in attendance, closed iho pen foimutice. . , v . , Thu Mnging was particularly xcel lent' Tho duett," Mary' of Argjle, Mrs. Buchanan und Mr. Schtrll, was greatly applauded. Departed Day, u tt to, was .elegantly King by ,U is, Crosscn and MeesiS Stocking and Puttee. Mcfdamcs W...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 2 February 1866

1 DAILY, MQTJNTAINEER 1VIL.U OATS. ' When nil tlin world la young, httl, And all the trees aiu green, . And e.cry uonso ii sw.m. linft, Ail I every Iiimm : uucuii,. Thou fly-lor btiot unil tio-se. IiiiI, Aii'l round Hie wurlil nwny. Yumix blond mint have iu uuurso, lad, And uvcry dog his day. Wlion nil the wolld is old. In I, Anil till tliu trees arc hrowu, Anil nil the sport 1h slulu, lad Anil till tltv ivlivulri i nil down. Creep home unil t.tkeyour liico llicro, Tlnj spent an I iniiimod itjuouc;, ' Oud tintlit you fl 11 lueu t.iOrn You luv.d when Jull was young. McMMju'i Magtuint. I Loud Palmers ton used lo lull tliis nnecu'oto of himself : ." When I was a young man, llio Duko ol Wellington mitdo an upjiuiiilineiit with inu tit luilf-)ust bc von in llio morning, unci hoiiio ono asked me, ' Wliy, l'almcr1 ston, luw will you keep that cnaso niont?' ''Oil I ituiJ, 4 ot course, too easiest, lliing in tliu wurlil. I nliilll Ittrep it llio last tiling' beloro 1 go to bed.'" : , The Pre...

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