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

VOL. O. D AT-XslSS, OTMJGON, FRIDAY, KEnrfcTJATtV lO, 1800. NO. ICO. ITBLISIIEJJ EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS BXCKPTED,) BY E. G. CO WKE & J. MALLOttAX, KDIT0H8 AND FKOPKIKTORJ. Trrms Tu)?.nty-Jict,centn per week, payable to the currier per month, liy mail, $1; three months, $J5U; six iiMiiitlitt, $i; uiiw year, $8. Advertisements iuserted at low rates. Job Printing. Kvery description of plain unit fancy .Tob Printing exe iited with iifiitiu'HH and despatch, and forwarded at per order tunny part of the counfy. Fay went for Job iYtnt in! must be made on delivery (tf work. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. EIAXDLKY &SlAOri I'rop'rs, THIS POFULAtt HOUSE, CENTBATXT LOCATED, Near the Steamboat Landing & Railroad Depot, 118 been recently enlarged aud improved, aud will now accommodate ,()() GUESTS. 5T TTITiL liB CON'DOCTKD an heretofore, as a Fill ST CLASS HOUSE, urn) thu patronage or the traveling' public In respectfully sulicito Hatrue taken to tho House free of charge, House opeji...

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 February 1866

Clj mitiuttccr. FRIDAY MOUSING, FEB. 10, 18C0. The mail for I'oi Hand will herouiter tloeo at 9 o'clock, p. m.,, instead of 7 o'clock, as heretofore A dancing-school ut Carson City is conducted on high-toned principles cash in advance, and do bugging the girls iillowcd. Slophens, the Foniun head center, U said to bo an excellent Fronch scholar, having translated soveral of Dickons' works into that language The mombors of the M. E. Church South und tho M. E. Church at Con Tallin, it is said, are about to unite. It will bo a good example for the church everywhere. The Springfield Republican says there will bo $200,000,000 of tho pro cious metals produced in tho United States this year. This is an exagger ation not one-half of that amount will bo realized. . V7hen the express train was robbed on tho JNew York and Xew Haven railroad, the robbers left a package of $130,000 in greenbacks lying on the flpor of tho car. They got over half a million, The two brass cannon over tho main cntran...

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 February 1866

V Satin Slonntamccr, Money Market. Now York fluid QllntallHIie kw Fraiicinco Legal Tender rate TUB CITY TU AUK. Tiik D.vu.ks,. Oregon, Feb. 10th, 1!H0. The opening of navigation has brought into this market connidcruble BtipplioR f bread-stuirri, and prietB havogono back to tlmse'ruling in the full. . There nro already a nnmbor of pack trainB getting ready to Btart for Montana, and several trains have been loaded in ibo last week for Can yon City." ; v The charter for a bridgo at the dalles of tlie Columbia passed' both Houses of the Washington Territory Legislature, and confers on Messrs. Mcruiiunu & Marden all the neees nary powers to protect their interests in tho pnn.iees. J. Ins enterprise is one of vast importance to this place. itnd the catty completion of the bridge may bo looked for. Hour. Standard, plain, flO ; self-rising, $12; country Hu'ON. Sides, 25c J Hams, 28c, Rkawi. liuyns, her pink mid red. 7c. KrTTKR. Isthmus, 4lr: Oregon, 4Uc. ('ins Mkai.. Oroion. tic, i.'II...

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 February 1866

Epitome of Telegraphic News., COHHIIED FROM Till OREOOKIAN. DATKS TO FEBRUARY 13. " Washington, Feb. 8. A nutnbor of Duniocraliu members called on tho President todiiy to congratulate him upon his speech to tho colored delega tion yesterday. Tho Government directors of tho Pacific Iluilroud are urging tbo im portance of adopting somo measures to hasten tho completion of the work. An effort is being mudo to have a mint established at Idaho City instead of in Oregon. Washington, Feb. 12. Tho ceremo nies to day, in commemoration of tho services of Abraham Lincoln wore in lho highest degroo impressive The Capitol was closed this morning to nil except Sonators, .Representatives, ofti cials, guests of the President, and cit izens holding invitation tickets. Presidont Johnson wassoatod in front of tho speaker's desk; the Chief Jus tice and his Associates sat next on his right; diplomatic corps next on tho right; and tho Cabinet on tho Presi dent's left; distinguished officers of tho army 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. — 17 February 1866

1 aaeaaweMj'iir 'i aisiaasB -ftp 7 vol. r. DALLES, OREGON, SAT! iuntaineer, PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS KXOKPTKD,) B? E. G COffSE & J. II. 4 Li LOR AST, i . EDITORS AND PBOIflllllTORS. IsitMS Twr.nl y-neitccntt per wook, payable to tho currier pur immili, hy until, fi; three months, 2 60; six iixmtlm, o ; one year, $8. Advertisement. Insertod ax low rules. Job Printing. Bvery description of plain and limey Job Printing oxe nted Willi neiti.:im mid despatch, and forwarded a par or.''T in uoy prt of the c mufy. l'aynunt Jar Job Print mj must tie mailt, on delivery oj mtrk. FOll BOISE MI M"E8 UlttUCT .,i THE UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. IIAMJJV rrop'rs. Tins r-:ipvub house, otniuur locate, Noar ths Steamboat Iintling; & Railroad Dopot, Una been recently enlarged and improved, aud will now accommodate 30 0 GUESTS.' ITr7IIi'i'n':i,C.0i'DU,CT,1';D orotofore. as a FIRST lfl.fi h i'1": ,,1 ''" ' the traveling ipfifainSJS'it t''kml tU""' 1IjUSl fr ofcll"rBl' Home 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. — 17 February 1866

jATFKIAT MOMISG, FEB. 17, 18C0. The pork-packing business ol Chi- . t-ago nas reached the enormous arrere gato of $30,000,000 a year. . An English doctor says bodf stonka from cattle having the plague, are A PaussuN traveling in Egypt fate ly, and out of money, got some twenty-five coupons cashed by a Boston man, End so was in funds. Foa tbo first timo since tbo Crimean War the Poes nro boing called upon to contribute their quota to tbo armies of .Russia by conscription A taut of the Louisiana State libra, ry, 23,000 volumes, has been saved .from the general destructwa and wreck at Baton linage. A Paris doctor cured a man almost .dead of the cholera by giving Lima sound thrashing. The fellow got mad chased the doctor and lived. ' lug first trial for treason in East Tennessee, that of the rebel enrolling officor, Gamble, has reunited in a ver dict of acquittal. Lithographic, stono has been dis. t covered near St, Louis. It is found nowhero clso in this country, and the quality of thi...

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 February 1866

ohntaiiiccn Money Market. New York fluid Quotations Bun Fraucfcco Legal Tender rates ...130 Plackua neaii Vancouvku. Tho Register states that gold bus boon loutxl ton miles north tff Vancouver, it wbat is supposed to bo paying quantities. Ono piece has been found weighing about u pennyweight. It was in tho sanio neighborhood that gold was found in 1860, und it is passillo that paying placers exist in tho foot-hills of the Caaoades Eanso lor a great diatanco north. There tiro gravel deposits on both branches of lie wis lliver, which seem adapted to itH'urd omnloyfnenl to Chinese jninera. O ) tho north branch, particularly, at u distaneo 6f about filiy miles from Vancouver, gold was found to pay at the rate ol 63 and 4 a day to tho man, in tho year 1853. Tho tools and era. dies used in gold-washing aro yet cached a short distance ubovo tho mouth of Spil-oyi Creek, near tho lino of high water. It seems improb able, however, that rich hiinos of con xidiT-ublo exlont, or a rogular belt o...

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 February 1866

aito Blnmttahucr. Tne Souxn is Safe. Looking at tho political newspapers dispassionately, we can extract, a good deal of whole' fianie philosophy from them. , Thus the extremo Union papers charge the oxtrome domocratio papers with being in sympathy with the lata rebels, whioh the latter most vehemently deny, and declare that their only oh ject is to sccuro to the south their "rights." Then, not to bo outdono in the accusatory vein, they turn upon the Union journals, and uesort that they aro bitterly liostilo to tho south and strive to maintain bud feelings betwon the sections, to which the Union papers respond in tho most in dignant manner, and contend that ihoir only objoct is to securo 0" solid peaco and perpetual reconciliation. Between theso rcpesenative influcn. ces it sooins to be maifost that the Bouthorn peoplo will got all they have a right to expect, and a little more. Washington Chronicle. More Teruitouy Wanted. In his mossago to the Legislature of Arizona, Governor MeOor...

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 February 1866

.;.:,: ., ... o): If"1!' I' II II I I If III ill .SlMIS! IIMISHISIIIII lll.llll in vol. r. DALLES, OK EG ON, SUNDAY, rEBRUABY If-, lliO. NO. M. v v PCBLISIIED EVERY 3I0UNING, (MONDAYS KXOKPTfiD,) BV E. G. COW E & J. HALLOKAIV, KDITOKS ANtt t K0PHIKT0H3. 1'ums 'i'we.n(i-Uf.ce.Htft pur wock, puyiible to the carrier :iiui iiiuiii.il, 11 until, iiiivu-iiiuiimo, v "i i iiiuiitltd, 4p6 ; onu '., $d. AUvottiaoineuts iiujurtttti tow rmud. - Kvry deMcrlptlftn f plain aiiI fancy Job Printing exe ntt'.l with iicaliK'tM atiit loHi;itCri, m fWrwiit'iU'tl ad por )ii''ir toaiiy part nt' tim eiMiufy. iay mtni jor Job rrint . i.. .....,.-.,............. ... UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OKECOf!. THIS MPULIU llUCoi:, 0-MUAU.V LOCATED, Nonr Oia'Stesrmljoat Ianclin; & Eidlroad Depot, lLw boon rt'cantly enlarged and luiprovud, und will now ncCOUlUIMUUtO :soo GUESTS. fTT WILL 11 B CONDUCTS!) as i.oretofuiQ. an a FIItST CLASS U'JiJrtK, mi J tlio patruijiiyu of tlio traveling public in rospoi-i tally m.l...

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 February 1866

C21 mk lltoiratainm SiXDAT MOKXIXO, FED. 18, 1SGO. Bancroft (he historian, is still nctively tn gaged on the History of the United States. Tiik Iris lias been buuled out at the mouth ef Mill Creek, and is now undergoing repairs. Tits intensely told weather of the last few days discourages the belief that navigation Hoove Olilo will, open before another week. Military oflivers, lateljr from the eaBt, sny that lien. Grant expects to visit the Pacific coast the present year. Tun Morning Star Mill, nt Owyhee, turned out one week in January two bricks; 'one valued at 20,100, and the other $1T,0u0. Ti'B Attorney General of Wisconsin has brought suits against seventy. two State banks, iu order to close them up. , Tub Washington Standard says that thero are many thieves and roughs prowling about the l'ugct Sound country this winter. Tub French Government proposes to alloy their silver currency with zinc, in place of copper, which is used fot that purpose at pre sent. Jo3it Billings says, " ...

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 February 1866

onntaraccr. Honey market. New York O.ilil Qnntatlims S.ui FraticUco Legal lender raten, Tjj Uitf&M Cosmos S. M. I'o. Tlio oflicers of this vompunv, 8y9 the Owyhee Aealnnche, ar rived here I lie 1st of November. They had tn) mill 8 to sclented ; not nil order out for lumber ; not u man employed, ind 8 ringers to nil. On the titb of November the ground was b oken for a mill foundation, nnd now it is neurly completed. Tho building is fully enclosed ;" bnttt-ries and stumps rcudy tor crushing ; tho f ame up, and gearing for the i'iii3 in position; the engine bolted fast through a stonu bol of six feet, and the ma-oury for the boiler goiug up rapidly and vrA'. This company's mine, tho Silver Le gion, is being worked night and day. The shaft U 5x9 and down TO feet. At the sur face, the quarU was gold-bearing, but each foot downward it approximates silver, nd improves in richness. They have nearly 200 tons of pay rock ready to draw0 tho mill, and their road about finished to the mine. ...

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 February 1866

CHI 9 Skinning Gen. Butler's House. About six months ago, wbib in tho Datoh Gap canal, General Butler re reived information that his favorito horso, Almond Eyo, had been acoiden tally kiHod by fulling into a ravine UpoTi tho departure of the informant, bo ordered an irishman to iro ana skin him. 'What! is Almond Eyo dead?' asked Pal. 'What's that to yon? Do ns 1 bid you, and ask no questions.' Fat went about his busincsH, and in nn hour or two 'returned. 'Woll, Pat, whore have you boon all this time?' i 'Skinning the horse, yor honor " Does it take nearly two hours tosnch an op eration?' 'No yer honor; but then you see it tuck 'bout half on hour to catch him' 'Catch him!' Fire and fu ries! was ho alive?' 'Yes, ycr honor; nnd you know that 1 could not skin liim alive' 'Skin him nlive! Did you kill him?' 'To bo Huro I did! You know I must obey orders without asking any questions.' Gen Butlor eyed his sorvant with such a malicioaa look that Pat thought ho moditated skin ning an Irnhman...

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 February 1866

AT True rnUmmmWlixrimffir- vol. -y. DALLES, OREGON, TUESDAY, FEBKUABY ttO, NO. 3. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, ' (MONDAYS KXOKFTID,) BT 12. G. COWSE & J. 1IALI.ORAX, KDITCM13 AND PHOPIlKTOK. Terms Tmt.iiln-Jiiit.Kntt per week, payable to the carder per uiuntli, by iiiHil, $1; t)n-ee mouths, 2 50; six mouths, $i; ouo year, $3. Advertisements inserted at low rates. Job Printi?. Every description of plain mid laney .Tnb Printing ex. uted with neatness ami despatch, and forwarded iu por on'er tn any part of the cuiiuty. tkyhient Jor Jttb I'rint in inns iie tautle on ilt.live.rj uj hmwA". UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. iiaxli2'.? &.siixxott, 1'iop'rn. ' THIS f'lPULIll HOUSE, 0! TUA1.LV located, Near tho Steamboat Landing & Railroad Depot, ILh boon recently oularged and Improved, auil will nuw H.'ciiiiiiuUaio , , IJOO GUESTS. BT WTIiTj II !3 COVDUCTKD iu heretofore, m r FIRST CLASS IIOUSB, uti I (ho piitioungo of tho tni ruling jitil)lic U resecituliy solicite '. -SCitf Uu-imo ti...

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 February 1866

TIESDaYM0RX1V0, FEB. 20, "80 TitE sdwing women in Chicago have formed a protective nnlon. Among1 tho fund still remaining in tho bands of the corporation or-London, is the sum of 200 n yo'tr left in trust " to burn hcrotics.'' AfTEtt il long controversy it has - been decided to admit colored chil dren, at Newport, It. 1., into the sumo 'schools its while children. i The Now York 'Iribune enys hat "Wade Hampton, politically, is one of the worst men of the South person' ally, one of tho best. The Emporor iNapoloon on being informed that tho chief of police of Marseilles bad left tho city during tho prevalence of the cholera, signod an order dismissing him. It is Bombwhat singular that K.en tucky, a State where tho pro slavery Bontinieht never was extreme, should bo tho community in which slavery hhould como to an end in tho United States. The Susanvillo Sage Brush says that tho routo of tho Columbia Kiver to Bupply Idaho "is unnatural," and of courso shows that all tho trade and trave...

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 February 1866

V it lit SfVYftniitHrr Honey Market. New York Child Quotations ISA Ban Francisco Legal Tender rates Epitome of Telegraphic News. rciMI II.KD FBOM TUB OREO'INUR. DATES TO FEUllt AaY IT. Si. I'auJiUnn.. Ftb. 12. lleprern'iUive Do iiii l:y it'i "itr.ipha tlitit lien. Uni'ii Ims uV ri.ied lo sviiil out a miiiliiry expenii iim next riHoii lo ri-buiM ih ( 1 1 1 1 1 n r y jjogry in the Hints. hu'1 open it ioii from Mnitivs.iia lo Min mill. Washington, Ftb. U In tlio Sennits. Mr. Grimes presented i lie petition nf 'Mussr. Ooupjr. Stoker, Mnruard utid others, rt-pre- S"iita'.ivcs from Tr miea.'ce, set lint; forth the fids connected with tin' oreuni. ition of that Hiuie, asking .that the ptcscut ta lute govern merit 1" recngiiizinl. . , ., The debate, on ilie Oimstilurional Amend mcnl beini? . resumed, lie (Jlnrke- Mdyocaled 'the eiifi'ttuchiaeiiir nl o! lie blficlts. 1L. could rn)i tor the prcM-nt vote fur ihe admission of "h y S ate, ex'-ep:, perlmps, Tcmu'este. in the lkiiiee. the Sp aker ...

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 February 1866

on oiratahttcr. t IIuined uv i he War. Tlio Orleans Crescent lulls ilii storr: 'Now A relic of llio punt in soon in a man, bearing upon hid face and body the impress ot many j-eura. Ice man wulks the streets daily, bearing tbo marks of misfortune, amid Ihe friends ho hud known in better years, but with an appearance bo changed, one can hardly recognize in bun the Mer- eutiooftho Crescent Cily, the guy, witty and elegant gonllman who was nl ono time the vory'leader of f'usliion. bucdy habiliments, a bent body and wrinkled l'a'eo, hnvo nearly obliterated all in him that was so familiar in the past. Inheriting a groat fortune, he increased it lurgoly by marriago, and irom his profession at tho bar had an income of fortyor fifty thousand dol lars a year, and received a singlo foe of sixty thousand dollars upon a claim on real oslato in tho lower part of tno city. This wealth he scattered with princely generosity and royal prolu sion, lie was a Lucullus at homo, and his hospitalities asp...

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. — 25 February 1866

ff 3 - 13 VLLES, OREGONr STJIVDA.Y, FEBIIIJABY W5( 1SOO. NO. 8. PUBLISHED EVERY M0RNLG (MONDAYS BXOBHTKD,) BY E, C. COIVXE & J. IIALLOUA3T, BDITOHS AND PftOIBIKTOR9. Tkumj 7'(f:ii'ecn( pur week, payable to the carrier per month, ly mail, $1; three months, 'i5U; six KKittthi, $ii uiiu your, $3. AdvertUemouts inserted at tow rut oa. Job Prm tiiifj. Kvery description nf plain ami laney Job Printing exe ntuil with luMtCntHii .mil iluitp itch, run I forwarded as per oit'sr tnany paitot thu cotiafy. I'aytncntjurJoOI'rint iinj mast U, mule on Utiivtry uj wvrk UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. iMXDmv iisis-vorr, rrop'rs. . THIS Ji.mi.Ul IIOU'SB, OrMFlALLt LOCATED, . ' Near the Staainboat Landing & Railroad Depot, Has boon recently euhu'tfed aud improved, aud will uuw accommodate. 30 0 G-TJENTS. 5T WILL ItU CINDUCTUD as heretofore, a a FII1ST CLASS Il jlj-Hv mi I the i ttiuutigu of the traveling public In respectfully solicits i. . OJT Baggage t.Hoa to the Houso freg of charge. House 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. — 25 February 1866

6UNDAY MORNING, 1TKB. 25 I860. Epitome of Telegraphic News. fconpiLis noH tni oriookiak. The Route by;.,Wiiite Biufss to , Montana. By consoliing the map, ' parties on their way to Montana will boo that the most direct available route at this season of the year is to cross' tho Golambia River at the Dalles " and take the dircbt route by White Uluftd and Pen d'Ofeille to tlio Jocko Reservation, and beyond, At present ' tbo Mullan ltoad 'is not available for ' travol, and it is not within tbo rarige of human industry or ingenuity to fit it for that purpose bolero the 20th oi Juno next. Even then it is doubtful if the fords on tho Cceur d'Alono and , St. .Regis do Borgia will bo practicable, and theft are nearly one hundred cros tnrs on tho asuregatO' on the two streams. If it shall happen that tho steamer on Ten d'Oreillo Lako is fia Ishod by the first of April, this route will not Only be the favorite, but the only one by which travelers can reach tho new El Dorado. Of courso this do...

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. — 25 February 1866

Money IMnrlcet. York Gold Quotations tNitrFruiicbco l.ciil Tender rate..... Tiik Judge on Style. In his letters to the Bulletin, 'I ho JuTio good -hu' moredly, Und witli thatair of superior" ity in tho Judo of the U. 5. District (Juurt wlio corxh'scunds to write for filtfty lucre, speaks ol iho stylo ol our laily uoteinpornry nt Tho Emporium, iroireally observing ibo hse of" leeon iito -wordHancl nlluaions " by that journal. Hi tho first p!ee, we may Htulo that this is the business, cf tho jnurniil in question and none of ours, iiiH when Tho Judo suiuehes a die. tioiuu'y thro'igh to find such a word -us " HUMpifie'lnliiin " "'"J then spells it " sesqiii jiiJiiliiui " (an error cinied into print by ilio"pioof reader, and , wliioli wo nro'opon to waer was writ- ton III fli'll. IVIV f lin ttoortik r i ii t - m I ii a . IVfmHcH open to tho vharo ol " piling on tho stylo " in tho uso of'.' rocorrdito words." Moreover, when TJvo Judge couples tho word " sesqnipidalian " With the abominabl...

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. — 25 February 1866

NT (HI v IT oiuxtairierr. , New Method op making Siioeb. A new slvlo !' shoes id now in tlTTa city Tlio invention is simple. Tho upper put t of tho boot is cut out in almost ordinary fashion by a regular shoema ker. Tho solo and heel tiro madq, of hard mnpjo wood, and are joined by a shank of solo lonthor, which gives all tiooded cltistlcity. Tho uppers are fas. tened to tho solo by a thin band of iron, which encircles the rim of tho solo, and fastens solo and upper togeth er in a manner moro effectual tlian any cowing can do. When put toolher the shoo presents a handxomo rppear nnce, and is us light as a leather shoo of corresponding sizo. The heoU aro comfortably hollowed out on tho upper sido, and tho soles have tho proper curvo to insure easy wilking. Tho invention (mado by u Canadian, nami ed Lefanior, of Quebec,) is the proper ty of Mr. Win. Kobinson, (palenloo,) of this oily. -Tho boots and shoes," undor the patent are made by an In corporated company, having a work ing capit...

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