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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 10 February 1866

. DALLES, ORJ GON, SATLItDAY, FEBRUARY lO, 1806,. HO. 1G1. VOL. O. v. PUBLISUED EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS EXCEPTED,) BY E. G. COWNE & J. IIALLORAN, EDITORS AND PK0PIUHT0R8. Tsuxs Tmmty-fivc centt per week, payable to tlie carrier per month, by ui&ll, tl; three months, (2 60; six months, 6; uue year, $8. Advertisements Inserted at - low ratea. Job Printing, Kvery description of plain and fancy Job Printing oxe nteil with neutneaa and despatch, and forwardod as per order to anv part of tho country. Payment Jor Job Print ing mint In made on delivery oj work. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. IIAXDLEV &SIWOTT, l'rop'rs. THIS POPULAtHOUSE, CSHTtlAliT LOCATED, ' Kear the Steamboat Landing ft Bailroad Depot, llaa beeu recently enlarged and improved, and will now accommodate tiOwO GUESTS, 5T WILL DK CONDUCTED aa lierotofore, aa a FIRST CLASS HOUSE, and the patronage of the traveling public la respectfully eollcitet. ' A- llnggnge takeu to Ike House free of charge, House open. all ni...

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. — 10 February 1866

I,r SATEK9AY MORNIXCI, FEB. 10,1860. ' A mint is to bo erocted and put in operation at Carson City, Nevada, 'immediately. U - The movement to have Eight Hoars declared a legal day's work is very popular in California. It ought to be eo every whore, A cotempokauy says that when a man drinks he grows reckless. We puppose he means the more drams, the fewer scruples. The Democratic Jtcvieio will hereaftor bo published by, A. Noltner, the co partnership of Noltner, Hicks & Bol linger being dissolved. ' We are under obligations to Sena tor Williams, and, E. D. Ilolbrook, Congressional Delegate from Idaho, for valuable pi'blio documents. Meredith Brien committed suicide at Portland, by taking poison, on the let inBt. Ho was formerly purser on a steamship in the Oregon and Call" iomia trado. . en. Miller, tho Collector of Cus toms at San Francisco, has turned out of office some twenty civilians, and replaced them with veterans from the armies at the east. " A California paper, alluding ...

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. — 10 February 1866

V K Epitome oi the Doinos of the Bloody .Kourteentii.-v Ono of the boys from this riotecfregiment is to be cent to tho penitentiary from San .Francisco, .for robbery. The press ocngratuliitos him upon his social ad tansoment. Mark Twaiu calls on the Koverr.mentlo prevent the boys of the , .bloody fourteenth from pocketing ib,e parallels of latitude and tho meridians of longitude in Arizona, as it will be impossible to map that country after tbcso soldiers have had a few weeks run in that section. One of the men from the reimont desertod lrora Fort Vancouver few days since. Tho uregoiaan tlnnks that the act of de Koiaion entitled tho man to-his free dom from military restraint, as any man who has pluck enough to desert irora sucn associations must have some elements of good in him. The rtei ment has been in twent.y.eight battles, md all attempts to exterminate it nave so far failed. Artemus Ward not Dead. The Territorial Enterprise thinks that tho atory about the death of Artemus War...

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. — 10 February 1866

A Daily Mail to Boise City. The following is House Joint Resolution, No, 0, paased at tbo late Speoial Session of tbe Legislature ; Whereas, Tbe people residing in the county of Grant, and a large por tion of Wasco, in the State of Oregon, ns well as a largo district of country in the Territory of Idaho, on the line of the wagon road between Dalles City, Oregon, via Canyon City to Boise City, Idaho, a distance of over three hundrod miles, through a district of country thickly inhabited and en tirely destitute of mail facilities J and especially the people of Grant county are depx-ivod of any kind of postal ad vantages,. it being distant from the county seat of said county to the Dearest post offico, one hundred and eighty milos, thoro not being a mail rout'o established in said county of Grant'; therefore bo it jcesoivea by the Jjegislative Assembly of the State of Oregon, That our sena tors and representatives in Oongress, aro.hereby requested to uee their influ ence and best effor...

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. — 11 February 1866

T DALLES, OR1 GO IV, SUNDAY, FEBBUART 11, 1SOO. NO. lOSB. VOL. O. V .gailj IPountaineer, PUBLISIIED EVERY MORNING, (MONDAY! EXCEPTED,) BY E. G. COWNE K J. MALLORAN, EDITOR AJO PBOPHIETOBi. TsaMsriKniytje cents per week, payable to the carrier per mouth, by mail, fl; three month, B'ioO; six mouths, to; ou year, IS. Advertisement Inserted at low rate. Job Printing. Kvery description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe - nted with ueatiwm and despatch, aud forwarded aa per orr'er to any part of the country. ligmentJrJbl'rirt ing must ht made n dilinar) 0 work. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. HANDLE Y &.SiNOTTt I'rop'rs. THIS POPULAR BOOS, CINTBAIXr IXWATXD, Hear the Steamboat Landing k Bailreid Dspot, Ha been receutly eularged and improved, and will now accommodate 300 GrUEHTS. IT WILL DK CONDUCTED at heretofore, aa a FIRST CLASS IIODSB, anil the patronage of the traveling public la reapectfully eolioite . 4tT H8Kage taken to the Home free of charge. Home upeu all uight. LARGE FIRE...

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. — 11 February 1866

csuxu.tr sfttitxixo, Ftcii. 11, tsca. LKTTKU PROM A. 11,'AliOUT MISS ?)trv AMD THINGS, A letter from Salt Lako Ciiy lo the Spt'ng iieW. HrjmSlicatig ditled Oi'totcr 1st, conliiins "vom notei about men ami thing, of cousid iTiihle interest to I lie public; in lliiii (timr'tr. Tim nuilior of it is understood to he tho I'nr rner editor of the Statesman, A h 1 B h. V.'u liitve'onfyVnoiii to emmet a f . v hiornph. "leal notices, which are iriitten a-la-modc de Pfadi. J'ne firsujf. our. esterq Celebrities who full j iifliicr obsei ymion U Geo. F. Thomas, of JVlii.Vullii, who is ".noticed " lliui: ,; ' ' 6eo.. P. Tliortiau is of It i mIi extraction, if not O. birth, lie limy not know whether the lat ter or not ;, certainly ho itoejti't cure. For merly he was (Vknifrht of the whip in Georgin. D-ullirgto California, with the curly uJvi n-tu-eu to that country, niter the discuicry ol Cold,' he became 11 lure siotJi holder in the California siHjje company, and wng 'for some years its vice pres...

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. — 11 February 1866

G30 Eyltojac Cf Telegraphic Kcws. . . . ... ...... . . , CilMl'lLttU lltOH TIIK UHKQ-jMAN. U A TICS TO FKHIll AU 4. WiMli'tiytou. Pub. 4. - Tlic House o .mmittrc iiuu iidmcu) (i.iiijr the bnsA ul representation will be ptissvil by H e Sun te, n ml Ti-ii id tilt's eivil rights bill. y tbe lluiiso. JJotli prubu lily ill i-- w eek. The Conressionnl plun of i econjtmction X) fur as any majority cut) effect it, will Ik completed. Numerous amendments will continue to lie u Here 1 and di cussed, but toe great work . tunds upon tno above two nuuieJ propositions. Mr. Sumner's demonstration in the Scnntc Inst Friilny, offering ueo;ro sulfnige us .it t'Utiutcr p oposition to the IIou-c ft mend luent, brings hiui no applause uud will uinouut to nothing. ; .. . . Mr. Tessendcn liiuing the bns'ncss of the I'oiniileliini of the conslitii iomil iiinendiueut in the Senate, luiuor.nce-i that he will urgo IVnin day to day, beginning to-inorrutr in urder to reach the Ijegislatnre uhiv in .-ession, l!ie...

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. — 11 February 1866

CM deOlf. latin ETountainttL h A Scotch PatebfaWIMab. Mr. Dickon's All the Year Round has the following amusing caricature The Scotch father is Htornly patri archal. The wife is, in a groat measure, eubordinnto to him, even in 'domestic matters. In England and Ireland, had, indeed, in roost other Cbnotian countries, the children take their re ligion and piety from thoir mothers ) but in Scotland they take them from thoir fathers. This is chiefly to be observed among the middle and lower classes. You will find many Scotch households in the rural distriuts, where - the father is a sort of putentate in his house. He has the best room, the best chair, tho best knife and fork, the silver spoon. The tit bits and the luxuries are reserved ior him. Itis wifo speaks to him with awe and rev erence, and calls him "Mister," even to her own relations. When this ma jestic father expresses his views, his wife sits mum, never daring to put in a word. If he be given to religion, he will have his way...

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. — 13 February 1866

f VOL. o. DALLKS, OBI GON, TUSDAT, FEBKUART; 13. 1t0. N0.1C3. 1 ' . f mtmm 311 , 1 -m rr 1, . flmrtahuer, l'UBLISlIKI) EVERY HOMING, (MONDAYS ' KXUtiPTJtDj flV W 'f KlUTOltS ASU I'ltOPUIKTOft?. ' 1 XmTiondij-jivtcrtt pur week, puyaula to the carder per iiHinlti. liy mail. L; tliioe months $2 60; six iimiiilitif $ j ; otiu year, Ailvm tiuiueuU Inserted tit low rat us. t . , . ' Job Printing. 15 Kvcry description of plain and tancy .Tub Printing oxe , ulud wltlKiieiUiK'nn ami .leap;it(;ti.-aiid tui wanlud us pur oii'r tunny part ot tha cum.try. i'aymentjorJvbVrtnt inff mutt it made on delivery uj work. UMATILLA HO USE, DALLES, OREXON. 1 . IIAXDLKY JiSH.V1"JlT, irop'i- Ylllil P.Pi;LAll I10U3K, d"'TltAl.LY LOCATED, Near tho Steamboat Landing & ffUilroad Depot, i Has bemi recently enlarged AiX huprovLd, and will now .$0 0 0 U.K HTS. 2T WIXL 111, CONDUCT KD iu heretofore, as u FIltST Ci.A&i I10US.$, mi l tho p.itionage of thu traveling . jitiblic iit ru)u:it'ully Milic(tu . . . ,....

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. — 13 February 1866

Sails il oittttantccr. v TUESDAY MORNING, FEB. 13, 1800. Tinnysos lately cleared $1,700 by two pri Tte readings nt a guinea n ticket. The Boston Traveller state that the mem bership of tlfe Methodist and Congregationnl denominations is actually decreasiag in New Kngland. ' It is reported that the Fenian Head Centre of Quebec , has absconded with the money of the Fenian Fund in his possession. We bare to note the arrival of many per sons by the land route from Umatilla. There is now no serious impediment to travel by land from this point to the interior. The closing sale of Mr. Birnbnum't fine stock of watches, jewelry, &c, will take place tomorrow. Persons desiring to purchase articles in Mr. B's line should be on band. Thi steamer Irit has been relieved from her perilous position at the mouth of Cheno weth Greek and towed up to town, and is now lying at the steamer berth by Steamboat Point. ' Tug number of deaths in San Francisco during the month of December, 1865, was 257, nt ...

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. — 13 February 1866

jBatlg" . .'oniitaraccr. Epitome or Telegraphic News. COMHLBO FlIOJI Tilt OKMIilIIIA.f. , . DATES TO FEBRUARY Vi New i'ork, Feb. 7. The folio ng is a por tion of Napoleon's speech, to tlie Corps Ltg UUltf on the i'id of J.muury ; As I expredi)oMbe dope lust year that our rxpeUitiou to Mexico was approuuuiutf a lur luiniuiou, I ttui coining to .11 uniler.t .ruling wiib Miiximiliau to fix tlia cpot'b tor the ru vrtll of our trooj without compromising French interests which we have been de .I'eudiiijj iu i but remote couutry. The Uuited a ates of North Ame ic, i suing victo iously fro ji ber lute struggle, bus re estublisbed the U.iou of tbe otttles, uud proclaimed eiuvery deud. France, which forgets no page ot her history, oilers up her siDecre wishes for iha prosper! y ol the American Kep.blic, and for the muiateuance of ami cable relations which soon will have calmer direction. Tbe emotion produced in the Uuited Su es by the presouce of our troops on Muxicuu soil, will be paciticd b...

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. — 13 February 1866

on ma Bails HUurttaiiucL ! Call You," Not long since, fin eminent divine in iho State of Illi nois, (it won't do to mention dates, places or names,) visited a distant town tor tlio purposo oi preaching the dedi catory sermon in u now church. Court was in session, and on Saturday evorii ing the judge und lawyers congregated I0"olhor in ft room, nnd amused themselves by card playing and story telling. The divine, at the request of F., a lavj'cr, visited Iho room. Com ing upon the ground so suddenly, they woro unublo ,o hide ihoir cards and whisky. Tho divino looked on awhile and then, raising his hat, invited tho gentlemen present to attend church next day and hear him preach. This they agrood In do, and Sunday found the judge and lawyers in the "amen Corner." Tho sermon over, the min. inter announced, ' friends, the citizens or this town have built a fine church, ihero is still 1,500 duo. Wo propose to raiso tho money by subscription to. day, and eyeing tho judge, " I go one hundred ...

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. — 14 February 1866

1 cj ta i nu n 'k E3VOL. o." 13 VIXKS, OREGON, WKDNKSDAY, irERRUA-RY 14, WOO. ISO. 151 i'lBLISHEl) EVERY MOUSING, (MONDAYS KXOEPTKD,) Br C.' i COVJ .K & J. IIALI-ORAX, KUIT01IS Al) PltOPHIKTOkH. Tbiims Tinf ill 'j-lire milt per week, payable to the carrier pur nioiiili, tiy mail. i three mouth, $2iiU; nix iiiimiiIih. i&; oun year, i$. Adverthnuneuu Inserted at low rutus. Job Printing, livery description of plain and fancy .Job Printing exe tiled Willi iifiitiioiM niul dcspitcli, nuil forwarded u per oii'-ir tmiiiy part "I rhu country, mail jot Jub I'rint my mitxt it iti'itlr. on delivery oj work. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OBclOQN. la.AKWMCtf iiSIVJOri', I'rop'rs. Tltld P H-l.HU HOUSE, C".NTPA1,ir LflC.lTED, Near tho Stoamiioat Landing & Eailroad Dopot, Hi been rocnutly enlarged ami iiuiiruved, ami will uow accommodate WT WILL It!'. COSnUCTKO ns heretofore, as a Fill ST 1 m.144 II11IMK. iiii.I thn liatrniiaire of the traveling 2,1'ilblic i respectfully soliclte '. Ub" Bagga...

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. — 14 February 1866

WKOAESDAy MORNING, "FEB. 14, 18CC KKWS OP TIIK I.N'TEHIOH l. DETAIL, A hook and ludder company lins been orgnnized and equipped at Hel ena, Jlontann Territory. Good gold washings have been found on Uio east sido of the Missouri Iliver, just above tho "Gate of the Moun tains," which uro distant Bixtuon milco from Helena. Several creeks coming into the river on tho east sido can be tonvoniontly turned on tho river bars. A man named Smith, who was en. gaged in teaming from Fort Union to' tho Montana minos, recently .killed two jnen, ono of whom wus named Frank Crabtreo, and the other a Mox i'jun. lie gave himself up to the au. thoritioB for trial. Notwithstanding the intense cold in the Rocky Mountains, tho travel through tho Hellgato or Mullan Pass has not been stopped at any tirao this winter: Tho Montana Post and tho Radiator ngreo that there should be no mint cs tubliahcd on this sido ot tho Rocky Mountains, but that there is a press-, ing necessity for ono in Montana. A mining bur...

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. — 14 February 1866

V ailjj Honr.taiuccr. TUB MONTANA THADK. Wo have udvicoo to t ho. 12i h (il Jans uary, 1800, frpm Virginia City, at which lime thu Block of (lour who con ridered su(ii:ient lor the winter de mand. Notwithstanding this, the priieBa lad considerably advapoed, and ly at, Diamond City 40 a hundred wits t oadily obtainable; Ilolona,DeerLtdu and JLWackf'oot, prices are aomovvhat iu advance of thu Virginia City quota tion given belo'v. ""Tobacco has declined at Virginia, but in the northern section of thu Ter, ritory goods brands are selling al irom $ij to $3 a i) u n d. d'oods continued to arrive at Virgi nia until Now Year's Day mostly Jrom tori Union, but the quantities were linvited. There is a uroat scarcity of mining tools at Bldckfoot City and Ilelena, und high prices are ruling; particular ly for pick-handles and superior picks Irom llift Pacific- side. Secrecy is tbo paltry resourco of a' narrow mind to'givo itself conse quence; and itgenorally happens that 'whero much is pretende...

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. — 14 February 1866

- cm 2 pailn HUitntainceL Tne 13 kauty or a Blush. (soothe rxnn in corapanywilh 'a mother and Lor daughter, when tho latter, being reproved for. some fault, blushed and fourst into tears. IIu said': "How beautiful your reproach has made your daughter J The crimson hue and those silvury tears become her better than any ornaments of uold or pearls. Those may bj bung on tho neck of any woman; but thosa aro never seen dim connected with moral purity. A lull roso bospriokled vvithho purest dew is not 80 beautiful as this child, blush ing bonoath her parent's displeasure, and shedding tears of sorrow ut bcr fault A blush if tho sign which nn. tare hangs out to show where chastity and honor dwell. A Model State. The State of Iowa which. sent some seventy thousand troops into the field exceeding its quota by noarly six thousand instead of being overrun and borne down with obligations, has a Siuto debt of a little over throe hundred thoueaatl dollars, which she can pay oil at any limr. None ...

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. — 15 February 1866

', iin 111 ii mm 1 1 u 'yLAw.jiw in- ii,M..Mrfl.fjM mniiiwwim umiiMaww -' ' i. i i . . VOL.. O. DAIXKS, OTJ1' GON, TItTTTfcS'O A"V. FEBRUAnY IS. 180. NO. 1. "5 iS. V Pl'BLlSlIEl) EVERY UOKXLNG, , MONDAYS KXCKl'TKU.) UV E. . lO,K is. J. iatL.i-OK.0, ' KUI I'OKS ANU PuolMIIICTIlK. Trims Tmnty-fietctntt per week, payable to the carrier per moiiiti, by mail. 1; three months, eix ' mouths, to; oue your. $S. Advertioeiueuia inserted at luw rates. Job Printing. Kvery description of plain ami fancy Job Printing exe tiled Willi neatness mill despatch, mid forwarded as per on'sr tunny purl "I liio country. I'aymtnt lorJnti i'rmi iny miut be made on Unlivery ,y' viort,'. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLAS, OSECOr. THIS PiPULtR HOUSE, I ITUI.LI LOCATED. Hoar the Sto.imboac Landing & Kailroad Dopot, t Has been recently enlarged and improved, uud'will now AucoiuiiKHliiie . ii O O Gr I J E S X H . ST WILL II i-i CONDUCTED as horetolure. ns a FIRST CLAi.i II.HJ.K. mi l the (i itiiuitigu in the traveling li...

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. — 15 February 1866

J- 1 latin HJflmttatiucr. inUKSD.IT MOttXIXG, FKB. 15, I860. The Pacific carried dowu $140,000 in treunuie on the 13ih. Toe birds of every kind disappeared from Cotmtttntiriuplo while tbe cholera was ruging there. The Lowision people huve organized Aoornptiny to improve the Lo Lo Forlt Truil, ho uh to render it passable fur paelcuniitiulrt. A lady in A'ew Yirk, who lost her leg, through the ciirelotmneBB of a Broadway tttuge driver, has recovered (1,000 dutmigoH. A man numed Ilill bus painted a miaeruble curiuuture of Mount St. Helena, und ia exhibiting it at San Francisco. Tub extent ot the bituminous coal fiolda surrounding Pittsburg ia fifteen thousand Bqunro miles, or eight mil lion six hundred thousand acres. A hook & ladder tiro company iai ' n '. about to be organized i Salt Lake I Citv. Fourteen hundred dollars ba'd been subacribej. L TiiBtiamoaot thirteen huadrod rich mon'a daughters, in New York, are on list of applicants lor admission to 'the Aayluut for Inebriates, a...

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. — 15 February 1866

Thk Mail to Canyon Cm AM) 15k- Vond. i no fcircuniNliincurt unending ttie adveriiHeineni ot the mail rouiu 1'rom ilic Dulles to Boiuu City, und tho. invitation lor hidct lot' homr.o on ilio suinu, uro ) oculiui', umi . jj i v o but a short limu for tuition on ttto pul l ot thono doNirittg to obtain uonlruoti'i. Mr. Brooks, on. lliis ucuouiu'iH Joint; tho boat, lio can liy receiving Ijidti tor Borvico here and lolgrnnliing ihem to tho i)rfiartmoiit. Ilia essential tiut parties riuottld make lite lowest uiWva whicli will leave a margin tor )iotit, as mi ytlii thai looks exorbitant, w ill militate against Ilia eelubliliiHetil of raoro than a weekly mail, even if il does not altogether dinuourugo tho l'oslniaster General it) letting uny coin tract. Bid lor. daily, tri weekly, semi weekly utid weekly sctvice to Buirir City should also lie made, as offers' of thai kind servo to instruct the De partment as to tho cost of tho route, even when there is no intention to put on service. In this...

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. — 15 February 1866

CM ) Saila itloimtanucr. siiaaeiiasa!ssimaSa Usaiam igtiagiiiijiiiitaLuiiii,ut'jaBejjj'" miiiuiuiiimuwhiiwm8him liiK vv ustiiiigtoii iMronmle myal " Tlio muiouul credit, a in joonuniy Let Congiess bIiow its appreciation of tlio importatico of llio tnatter, by do ing that wliicli llio Biiloty of tliu tun. tion do man dd totwit : by uwurding to llio crime i t h just fiiiniHlimetii doalli." Undor llio British Cotibiuu1 lion, cnunleiTuiliitir the currency of llio realm U cot down as iri'itmm, und is Utorcforo puniliatjlu with deallij but lliix in u constructive ii'uuhoq nut recognized by ur luwe. Idlknesh. Tlio idlo'lovy a very heavy lax upon l ho indu-ti ioutt when by IrivoloiiH viaitiitioim tltcy rob them o(' their lime. Such purnon Org their daily JiuppincsH from door to door an beggar llieir daily bread, arid lilso thoiu, Homeiimes meet, whh u rchulf. A mere noM oulit not to wonder if wo ovinco nigna that wo are tired of him, Hooin H'ut wo aro indebted to tliu h'xior of his virtil, ...

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