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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 3 February 1866

'lp I OKKGON, SA.TtIRO VY, rEIinUARY a, WOH ISO. i-tn. . (MtlfWAYa Xl I'TKD,) BY , 'v, E. Gi(.K i ! tLI.OfllA, Kill vut ..kl okTi. TmM.i Tttifiti ,. or week, piiyiittlit tiUlie carrier pur (mom ,i. il; three muiitlm. UoU; ix HMtutlir. . ; utuI.tr. $S. AUvflrlisouiuuin hiMrluJ nt low ruttitf. Job Printing. Kvtiry .ecrfition if plain and limey Job Printing exe tiiuil witU ueatiifM ill il tJartptictt, ami f.irwriitnl aa pur ouSi lutiiy part til Hie ctmufy. i'ayttutU for Job i'rint tny MtuM te tmnU oh UeUverg cy work. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, ORECOi. - isa.vdi.hy itsiwonv rroji'ii Tina i rvi. in house, o mbaui locatbd, Near the Steamboat Landing & Bailroad Depot, II liueu recently enlarged and Improved, and will uuw t :m o Gr v e s i? s . St tt'Il.L IM CJNDUUTKD u lierotulura.JM a FIRST IIJ'JSK. mi l lliu patrolinge ul' the traveling public is rusperiluily sulicilu '. ' .l.i-wo tiikun Ulhe llous. fre..uf charge. Home iipomal! tiiIit. . U-ffi JFMc-PaiOF SAFES TO DEPOSIT VALUABLES , D....

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. — 3 February 1866

SBailu Moraitatitccr. 8ATIKI)AV.?I0US4X, MCB. 8, l8i!C. Tiie best qmility'rfl mr brings 15 'OOpcr barrel in Now V-ii.'ljBitjv. 1 y Tiiehk in n firl in Maine, 13 years old, weighing 205 pounds. Vnoi is'Torlli 810 a oortl at Virgi-' iiia City, Montana 'IVrritory. , ; , , Tiik population of J;.viulen by tlio hist ccmikiih win 4.020,001: and of stock liolm, 128, 5iG. , j .' ' . j 1 . 1 ; ; The Hk'M.' Alexander Cam'pbi'H, - tlio ' founder of Cumnbellilcs lately died in : Jvn'.ucky! 4 v, t " ! AMEiUCA piodueeBjifty million pal Jons of ardmit piii.ril unnually, which ' is month' cortsnmod at. Imnio" Tub fiiai vellous story nliotit. iliodis eovcry of a iolil in Mimtana, is ho far I'.ontrailictcd that it noy.iinply a very rid; gold beat ins: qi w'z lode; that' all. J. Ross Buownk him been appointed .nptain in tlio Arizona Yoluntpcrs, and ordered to report lor topographi cal duty. Tub Nyw YitriFlIerald designa'ten t!:6"lmiliiaiy leader of li e lam rebel ' arinie as " Mr. Ijpo, now in charge 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. — 3 February 1866

C3J n Hnivlarlrrfr lf sunanr, market. ,: (-' ill I ) fJ.Vi' W U-ln.im t l"V COUXElt OFSKCOXD AXD WASIIlXRfoX STUEET3 : S- i . . f y.-ix.y o kmox, tu 1 11 s Ua i.i form .v U.iuteto Idaho. ,. ' - rniur, u. i,'.iiui. '.ii . having HI :vl Hp till! nbnve Market in the ItK T STYLE, will keep coinmiut- lj" ol llilllil !1 sorts of ' i I isli and Cured Bleats. Of (ho bust iiinlity fiirnlaheil at Dm IrtVKST 11ATR ' lly motto In to 'I'LEASU At-I-" J8.V4C K. lli.ortt, - 6nu FrttnuiiiCA . TlU Susan villo Sugc Urvsh, published in Honey L-iko Valley, has the lollo't 1 ing in relation to the drill of popuki linn froiri California lo l lano, mid ilio relative merit ot tho route between tlto-nj uommuiiiiieti by Ihu direct over I ttul rpiro troiii Calil'ortiiv, iitid lhat ly !ea uiul Uui Columbia' 1'ivt. r ; Wo luivo, however, been too long tt resident of the Suiio, and ' ul our own experience have bud Milfidetil know ledge ot wrong donobolh Stale nt.d citizens by encouraging lhtrdirpoM. ' t'nm to roa...

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. — 3 February 1866

Miiea iimi a ho-'' ihV nihility, I . II'-"4. I hero is Age ot t.iie Oil. Basin. How long tho cxiKienco of poiroU-um in north; Western Pennlvuniu lius been kuovvti H would bo difficult .o uVo't'miii. Since tho Roltlcment of tho crMntry by whiten, iln presence uinl value tiavo iilwuys been nckndwK'dged, though not until within t few yeitra wui it Hupposed to exist in quaiuiiim sulli. uiont to becomd tin uriiclo ol yetieial or ;roat co-ninclxirtl value. Wo havo no record wliother tho aborigine made uad of it exet'pt (or mcli' liinul nurnoscs. It 'vs by . th in gathered in Email quart lered to tho whiten remody for all i U . But. ul ono time in the irathernd in liii-jro qu i abiut'lanl evidence to bo fniind ali over tho iit country, and by tho samo rnco of people who have left throughout tho country, particularly in Ottio, Ken lucky and Indiana, mound! and ruins which indicate advanced civilization. Thcso people weroot prior dale to the ubnriinos, and t rj conceded by somo to have been ...

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 February 1866

. ... .u.v. -V. ' , . .... ..:z:iP!Jms ... x ..!tl..!-.....!. ..... :. :.! ,t.y ; ;.. , V, . . :-t rVjX. :l I f .) I1 ay BuntaiiKcr, Ttiijn Aoiviv.iivueiii ntc wwjis. niyill.vto,..th.:'iriir .or Viomn. Iiy niiitl. l, lliii-e iumiiiii. -olll aitfi M.- .1'. . ...... A I '.... I .ullluiitl .1 .ll.r t.i.ll Hi hivniW '-.' Mi i '! -. I; I i Kilifl , Job Pointing, i- u , , i. ! Jfynrv ilMcrlptinii "( plain inil luiicy Jub.l'rinllnn txe uli'il Willi iu'.Hih'.h mil .liwpttcU. .m l ..rwiUAIuu' hi pr oii'mi' tunny pun nl tiiu tvuntry. 'jymeiU lit Juh fi-tnl intf muxtlte mUUe tin unlivery itifi.-. . : , tif UfdAT I L i- A H Q U S E , , ;; DAS.L15,; ORE.CO..' L iiaki) s, a; . a o n it mo ;' i THIS P.iVJMtt HUUSC, 0 MIIAMit U'CVTHD. ITear ths Stoimboai Ending fit tUiivai Boppy ll,n Ill-oil illicitly un.nrtpii uu i luijiruvml, uiuiwin Tu' ..C )UI!U.-lt'lll- . - ; r t ? : j ' c; u k rr r. . tit wii.s, ii : fj.j.Miiirnn us iibraiuiiiiV. fiiist il .iJlH.SS II JIJSlJ. iiVlj-lK Utrou.l,yrrtMO IJ.Vl'Ul-...

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 February 1866

latin Bioiuttahucr. SlXDAY MOKXIXG, FED. 4, iSGC, San FmAncIscij lias eighty policeiuer., and )utj ilieni $12.1 apiece a monih. A Nfew daily radical remblinn pnpcr, With ?500 000 capital. U talked of In New York. "tut lA't Way of cheating th Government U by bogus Stamp on eiifnrs. Tllk ttitrfaon river briilg nt Albany wai to lie fiiiihed by New Year's Dajr. Troy has pent $250 O'lO in (iifhli f U Tiik In'e freeaini; weather lias afforded pood skating oo lite pnnih ill the Vicinity ol til is titnl'a. Tim strti;e itom Boise Oity are seven dnys ir) reaching Umatilla and Valla Walla. tun B'Hire property value of llm British Isle is computed at flfiy thousand millions of dollars, A I'oiiTltl of fie hreu'i-water at 0regon Oity Inn been carried iitvny by the recent rfse in tbe Willamette. Cikn, Duller, it is ta tl, proposes to Write tlia lile nl G'-n CI rant fiom the time he en lore. I West Point to t It u conclusion of bis tanipnigu in Virginia. tttK DUrlcteet Indium wish the whiles Uo hav...

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 February 1866

ccr; SoMKTMSO AllOCT AN UNKNOWN NhGtlO. fcoar t!io liond of llint branch. nr the Coeur 1'Atonc Kivcr which (ho Mutlun Roalasco' ds t nfd'V to nltniii to the summit ol the Hit or Knot Unnpn, llir-re is n littlti 8 Tip of i-raine omc distant VolF wf tlicrond in the mid tof I he dinc f;res nrSjinnish cedar mid sprwi-e, which extends along the upper section o the rirrr. It is n Binfrulnily lonely place, nnd for Nnonie twenty mitvs either tray from it, there is no nee where enough grass enn he found to. feed n doxen horses, it w.-s into this j)ue, on the evening of the 2dof Jnlv, 18G5 tliatn pnrty of disappointed Ctt'iir d'Alene prospector ,tu d off of v ma n ro d to ......... I : -i. : i vuniu. i hsmii lining a iraii, wiatc ue i Hjoso nn 'crhrul l.ti across it, h fore mast rider -of the party ,ns 8tm I'd, -on ejierging into h pniirKe-T. nd, to see nn nil uepro man lying dead on the proiniil. An examination s1ioivc4' tliat ho linil been 'iot though tlio hviiTt, ' ihc hnllet going u ider ...

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 February 1866

l lT JlS-H ir-F.pa7T- sir : "Tun Moxiyaw exprusa ;' eoiiipuiiyj lately lornuid ut New Yorlc,iiu8 ngruod to 'iviuiMKirt Maximilian's iniliitiry, Ircrgitt to una wiiiiiu Aii xteo' una to not iih hi cinijjrtirion agents; thus )i v hig important i uid to Itin-UHtrrpaiion. Is uot, this u t.iolution.pf llio iic-utrulity Idivmf W hat nhotild wo htt'vd suid if it liofiVpivny had ttee'n publicly drgatiizyd in ij uidon, lor mo purpose of trans-, porting' wfir ihiiteriitl in llio Shrill for tho ri'iicls? Yjrl Mr'.' Clarenco SownnJ, nephew of tho Soweiary (t Sidle, and lately his tisfiMii'tit, ' Is Snoiuiury t this Mexican Express (Jninpiny',vyhieh Ii at trvud loiili'.ird Muxi'iMiijio ur.seiii t.iWitWi in )Vi'i-MiiAtQ'(ljljlijj,'lvf;'ii i him I ii ovi'ii'iiiiioot nf Mexico, wj.Ui which we li"ld fii-tnily relations. Secretary Sow ai d kIiihiIiI look into i hi.- business. CoKliKCT M. Thiers itt!h:iltilM thus on, Urn oitice. seeker : "Of all the appe tites thai curso - mi ii if tnutt, nppetito foV...

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 February 1866

r 1 3 mm mmh : VOL . o stoics, ortrcciof. TiiKn vy. it::sutjVW v ;. lwou. FliliLiS.-lEl) KVI511Y MORNING, MONDAYS KXCKPTKO,) UV K. Ci. tOW.VE JS. .1. BHlM-Oi&.ilV, KOI lOUS AXU PIlorilJRTIJtt". Tkiims Tivr.nttftli'f.cft:U per week, payable to the carrier per iitout!i. by 'iuail, SI;' throe months. $2 50; six iiiuiitli.t, i ; ) tr, $i, Advoiliaoinouu inserted at luw rates. Job Printing, livery do-crlptinn of plain and i'auoy Job Printing exe Mteil with neatness u:nl despatch,, awl forwarded ud per eoi'ir loimy put ill the co'.utt' jv 1'iymeiti loi Job I 'it nt i7 m'.isl'lf utnile on delivery nj vjurl:. . , ; - UMATILLA HOUSi, DALL.EC, OREGO.'d. El AS LEY feSniXOl'l', ITop'rw. this I" r;;i.tn Haus'c, o nth.ii.lv locatkb, , Near tho S:o.imboat Landiig ft Uritroad Dopot, H.ts bee i recently enlarged am! improved, nud will nuiv licoumijiod.ito' . ' "'. , " li O O Ci TJTE WTS. ' BT WILL OON'DtlCl'KD lu liui otiil'i.io.n a FIKST CoASS JtOU.li. mi 1 (Ihi patronage ol tho t r.kvcl itt ii...

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 February 1866

V jpailg Jttoutttahiccr. JIESD.VY MORNING, FEB. 0, 1S30. "'iik number of driiikinjf liuii.-.es in the cily nf San Frnnclscn H placed m three tiiousnnd t till ixlreil n lid twelve, A i.aoy in Cunneeticut Mi i' ilie triUer nnd rune nnr beinz d.owni-d. Wit'i (rt-ent pres. i nce of mind, her first iiiij'iiry wns: "Will l!t water hurt my witerfull ?" (ii!N. r.lnir t lnt (it'n. Cirar.t captured i ne hundred thotjanud bales of cotton nt Vn'ksliiK(r, or Ui -!i not nns tlious.nd were ivcr nccouiited tr.r b Hie Trm-ury ngetils. Majoi G.-nerul Tliun.m, A'ljutniit Omcral ifihe U. S. Army, will shortly r si;n, it is mill, in order to ii'tire to n cotton plantation 1 urehiised by li tin in l.mii.-i ma. A rt!XE of lUinnel shirt wn3 taken from the lungs of n mini, iu Portland, Me., where it hud lieen driven ly ft bullet fit the sccoud t.ntttu of Hull Hun. Tub br djics on the Uuckle & Thoniiu TJond ilown the Umatilla, are nil safe j the fres ft li ivin.' done that valuable publiccoiiveiiiciico i...

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 February 1866

4" itccr. -4 ' i I.' n i Twn 1'riiiiys in t;ik Fi ict.u. - ...... I'isoo. Prinnali" (7ir.;iV sa)-! tlint liy n. iri- ; vnte lciler from Now York we Km n tli:it oil I c npiioiun-i'o of our ( timurniii Mrs II. A. IVrry on tSR' Mage sli o rJH-ivcd it ii tiiiinia limi from the oilier Mrs II. A. Perry, wlio t-iaim to lie Hie oulv lino a nil original .Mr II. A. Perry nud t uses hi-r right tollml title ! on tlie assertion Unit II. A. Perry was nulled ti her in tlie holy liomlj of wedlock before he I ft for -California, to the effect III t if lisa Allies Lai d per'sUted in using t lie ti me of " Mr-. II. A. Perry,", r In-, the only orig- i ial Mr. . II. A. PlT y, would serve nil in junction on her to restrain her from thus ns DiiniitiL' u lillc which ln-1 -Hired to I. it alone. A kcmsrr of persons arrived in this lace, from Umatilla yesterday, I'oniinir 'hronirli in l!irc-e days. Most ol llieni crnie down to the i.'f-lmrricr, thirty miles 'In-low" U nnli la, in a f c!r ouor, mid from theve ...

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 February 1866

4 - a . cm Satin Blountaittccr. I3ultSl'IXO OF AN ICKBKKG A i'liW yours iig', u French man-of-war was lying ul uiichor in Toinjilo .Bay. Tito younger oWicers ronolvuii on musing thuniHclvca w'uh tin icubci'iu milu or no disiunl in Iho .SiraiiH. Thoy Hindu cuniptuou.t propti rations for u pic-niu upon tho very top of it,llio mysteries of which Uiey were anxi ns to sue. All warning of Iho brown and Mmplo fishermen in Iho cars of iho smartly dtvhsed gentlemen who had een the world were quiio idlo. It w'iis a bright b -.miner niorni'ig, and the jolly'boat with ti uliowy fl.ig, went olf lo the berg. By 5 oY-loei, the colors wore Hying from iho lui relt, and t ho wild midshipmen were shouting from its walls. For two h"iirs or ho, they h.ickeJ and clambered up;)n tho crys. tal palace, frolicked and feasted, drank wine to t It o King ai d ladies, and .laughed at, iho thought of pofii, where all was fixed and so, id. As if in nmaaement at such raslniess, the grim Alp of the sea made neither ...

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 February 1866

mm V6L. . I VT.TICS, OUKGON, WEDNESDAY, rKBKUAUY 7, WOO. ISO. 1 18. 6' Ulfiuutaiiucr, I'UBLISIIED EVERY HORNING, (MONDAYS KXCSl'THU,) HV E. ti. tO IV K & J. 18 iS4I OU.IV, KUITOUS A.NI PHOIMtlKTOKi'. Tbiims TmHtly-Uvtcrnti per wttok, payable to the currier per month, hy miiil. ti throe mouths, i'oU; Nix mouths. o j one year, id. Advertisements luaurteil Kt low rales. Job Printing. Kvery description ail" plain uud fancy Job Printing exo iitcd with neatness und despatch, and forwarded as per or.'er tunny parte! the oniiatcy. Iay mtutjir Job Vrtut my uuutt tm made on uWit'y uj work1. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLt3, GFIECON. THIS 1" 'PIXVR HOUSSO-MIUI.LY L "CITED, Hear tlio Stenialioat Landing & Railroad Dopqt, Has been recently enlarged and improved, and will uow u.-commd ito ') GUESTS. ST WII.fi UK CONDUCTED as heretofore, as n FIRST CLASS HO'JH. nil I the pitrouago uf tlio trovclin,; public is respectfully H-.licito '. HiT Rajritaso titke.i t tlio Houso free of charge II -use -, open...

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 February 1866

1 tin tT rnnrtftrn rn A;. WEDNK5D.IY MOUSING, FEB. 7, 1808. Epitome of Telegraphic Nctfs. (K-oa-il-ci) mom tiir omtcoM.ix. DATES TO F 15 Hit UAIIY . HWi',', Jan. 22 la llie Semite, S im er, of M tisriif.lm Jt li, prnseiiie I n monioriiil Inim (he Rojlun Unnrii of Triliie Asking lor I lie pn4 -ntrc of a law to exempt iiortimrn cred' Hum Front the Dpeniiion ol Southern Sinlej limitation law. Helir.-uJ lo the judiciary I'liiniiiiiter. fjl.ult, ot S'ew Hampshire, culled Hp the hill in relniinn to the q'lahfii: lion of jurors. I wns mu le tlie special orJir for Thursday. I'esscnden, of Maine, from t in ri c nislrnc ti in conunitleo, reported HK'''nsl ''ib resolu tions lo nnu'iid the Constitution, liy declining i hut lepresontittion nnd direct tnxntion sltnll lie Apportioned nming the feVenil S'ftlea which maybe ineliided withi'i this Union, nrconlinu; t'l their respective numbers, count ing the whole number of persons in cadi suite, nnd excluding Indians hot Inxod : Provided, That whenev...

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 February 1866

C30 ihiln lllonriaraccr. , Til IS WA1.1..V W'Al.LA I'.iAU TilO fotiilii.ioii ill tlio rojuJ lienco U Wullit ! Wiiltn, h depWa'nU', There is no lirittgo on tho riiruc.t, lino ol lr:ivj( .mm the JDjr Chutes to tho 'Walla Walla Jlircr; tlm rimd, whoro it runs in ravines, is niUiod out bo tis to ren tier the iti.a:iifo vehicles iiiipo-Mblr; the crock ami river bottoms s.re every where, miry; tho hills li:iv.-, save in'n few places, no irncii'oublu graiJus, and there n but limited provision niiuio for the nubtisteneo of men and horses on the road. Tho interests of tho into Vior require .tht Eoino measures be taken to restore this once great thor onirhhirn to a nsriuMo uondiiion. Walla Walla is ini:lieularly interfiled in attracting tho laiwl travel to Mon tana by this road, und unless it is placed in repair oilrcr lines of travel will derive tiro txsiiefil of tlio Uctu:i( t-pring movon .cut of population. lr .nvgii 11 a ins uur it Pours. Tho iiueiimulaU'd mail ma tier of fix weeks whs br...

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 February 1866

i -i-VYr i 7iu anvccL A Fi.oweu Stout. Wo nro told that the Duko of Tuscany waa the first possessor of a pretty shrub of jas mine, and lio was bo jealously fearful loHt oLliera ; should enjoy what lio nlono wished to possess, that strict ii'junc. lions wcro given to his gardener not 'o give u fclip, not bo much as u single flower, to tiny person. To ihis com' nuind the gardener would have b'juti Juilliful had not love wounded him by i he 'opurkling t-yes of u (air but por tionless peasant, whoso want of a dowry and his own poverty alono kept i hem" from tho hy menial nllar- On tho birthday of his mistress ho present- d her with n nosegay, und to rentier it tnoro acceptable, onuimerilnd it wiih ii jasiniin. Tne poor gii l, wishing to preserve the bloom ol thin now flower, jnit it tnlo tho earth, and tho bj'ach icmair.ed ureen all the year. In the JollowingSpriiigitgivw and was cov ered with 11 iwers.' It flourished and inullplied so under tho fair nymph's cultivitlioti thatsho was ab...

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. — 8 February 1866

"Tj " : TJ 'O M; . : r u i I i 1 1 II I ri i ii r r i VOL.. . -,-?, 13 VIXKS, OUKGON, THURSDAY, iriiJlSRljAltV 4,''lHttS. NO.UO. i'l'IlLlSIIEl) EVEI1Y MOIiNLYG, ' ' . (Mondays' kxoeptkd,) ar E. G. COW.MJ it J. UALI.OBAS, KUITOHS AND FlioPiUIETOR. TiK3 r?Mty-licf.ixnit ier weak. payable) to the carrier Iter mouth, hy mail. $1; three mouths. 2 60; six aiwutl, $. ; umu year. $8. Advertisement, ittserted at IwW rnfces. Job Printing, i;ery ile-wi-Iption of tluin ufi iiiey Job PrlntitiR?xe uHmI with iifutiK'ttf til hi ilerttut 4 nl forwurJml as pur eiA'si tunny ptu't-nf the country. J'ttymtnt JorJob lrint ttty must 6e made oh delivery uj work UMATILLA HOUSE, .. - DALLES, ORECON. CIAXIiI.UY &Sl.orr, lronrj. run y irix n hocus, o .Tn.nir locitcd, . Kear the Stoamboat Lauding ft Eailroai Depot, Has been recently enlarged aal improved, aud will uuw (uctNunivdiae , l J$ O GUESTS. BT WILL 11 K CONDDCtKD a Iwretafore! in n FIRST CLASS lUUSK. H u I tlio ltrougo f tho trilvWiii); iublic 1h ren...

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. — 8 February 1866

llloiuttraccr. THtrUSDVT MOUSING, FEB. S, 1866. llvts. Stephen A. Douglas wasla.tcly married fit Washington City, to Brig; (ion. Wiltiaras, whoever ho' may hnp ' j.cn" to bo. " 1 "'" ' v ' '' f Judge J. E. Wycho, of Washington Territory, has again been nominated as an Associate Justipq of tho Supromo Court of tho Territory. ', " Tnz Democratic Review gives notice that Knowlton, an advertising ng'nt in San Francisco, is not on tho square There aro several of that kind there that will boar watching. The chief of the bureau of Arts and Sciences at Pekin, has mado a favor ablo report on tho question of rail roads, and decides that the nso of steam is not dangerous to tho people. A Saratoga fashion gossipcr says: Girls none too joung to bo in tho nur sory, make thoir three and f nr toilets per day. To which the Boston Post odds, The little babies change oftoncr. A touno man named Granville Dailcy was drowned at Oregon City on tho 25th of January, wEile working to clear the Basin at the F...

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. — 8 February 1866

C3J X Mail to Canyon City By private nilviccn from Wuajiington we Ii'uti that Col. Neiinith lutu succeedml in lndugijifr iho Si-eond Aswaiiiut Post- tnus'er Gonural to ndveriiso for niiill 'servieo botwcin tho DhIIcs nnd Cun. yon City.v Otters Iiiiyo nlso gone for ' ward to temponirity render tho se; vice for Iho minimum pnid per mile on uny miiil ronto in Oregon. Wo oongrutiiluto our Cunyon Ciiyirfeiids on the probability of having mail com rnnfuctuioii tit an early diiy. - Tub steamer Pacific on her last downward trip only took 588,000 from P irtland, which indicates that when ' 'communication is broken off' with the Columbia interior, tho shipments of treuHtiro ore merely nominal. This alone, should interest the pcoplo'bclow tho Cusciides in the construction of a road from Tho Emporium and Van oouver through tho Culdmbia River Wk -observe w it'll ploahuro that one 'Sun l'VuneittCO paper appears disposed . to fairly represent the mining inter ests of tho Columbia Busin. Wo refer 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. — 8 February 1866

A a Stautwnq Tho incetious loon! of tin Iowa ptipor go(s otf tho following goodthini;: Tlie oihiT night whilo we lay musing, and our weary bruin con fusing o'er the topics of the day, rsud ' ilenly wo heard a railing,. as ol serried hoslaa bnttliiig.ns they inirgled in the Jray: -Wl)iit is lUaxf'i -Wo cruidLOp. starting, and into tho darknosa dart ; ing, Blnp ! :ww ran' against tho door. "Oh, 'lis nothing," El ward grumbled, as o'er a huge arm chair wo siombled, "'tis a bug, and nothing more" Then euid we, our angor rising, (for wo tho't it so suprising that a bug should thus offend) " you think,7 a small insect, rir.thua all the air would effect nil ?.Io, 'lis not a bug, my friend." Now bo coining sorely frightened ronncl our wajst our pants wo tightened, and put on our coat and hat when, into the darkness peering, saw with trembling and much fearing, the glaring eyes of Thomas Gal, Eq. With astonishment and wonder wo gazed upon this son of thunder, ns ho sat upon the floor when a ...

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