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

1- tea tor vol, tv DVrTKH, ORRGON,' S A TUUD AY, tVlCH lO, I800t NO. X. PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING, ' (M0NUAV8 KXOkPTED,) BY E.cLCOH'tfE J. IIALLORAX, BDIT0U8 AND PBOPJIIBTOR3. . 1RM8 TtociUy-fiotcmtt per Week, payable to the carrier pur muiitli, by mull, $L; three month, $6 60; iix 1 1 tun t hi, to; oue your, $3. Advertiaeuieuta Inserted at . low rates. . Job Printing. Kvory description of plain and lancy Job Printing exe ii tod witli neittiu88 and despatch, and fot warded an per orifer to any part of the country. ltymtnt JorJoU iVit ing must be made on delivery ttf work. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, ORECON. HANDLE V &.Sl.OTTt ITop'rS. THIS POPULAR HOVSI, ORNTRALLY lOCATES, Hear tha Steamboat Landing & Railroad Depot, Hit beeu recently enlarged aud improved, aud will now t accommodate , 30 O GUESTS. IT WILL BH CONDUCTED as heretofore, as a FIRST CLASS HOUSE, uti.l thu patronage or tbe traveling public is reaped fully sollcite t. AW Bngira.r0 tnkeu to the House free of charge. House...

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 March 1866

latin Sl0uutaihm SATURDAY MOUSING, MARCH 10, f800.t The Colombia is rupioMy' rising at lliia point. It has risen Ihroo feet within tho post twentjfour hours. i The 0. S. N. Co.'s steamer Idaho reached her landing at i o'clock yes. terday afternoon. '' A Pack train of soventeen animals arrived in town- yesterday to toad up for tho John Iay mining district. Auction Sale. Tho attention of parties desirous of laying in a stock of. Groceries or buying a handsome Cottago Ecsehco, is directed to tho ndvertisoment of Mr. John Williams,. Auctioneer, in this mooning's issuo. A good crossing has been luid at tho corner of.iThird and Union slreots, but as yet that man-trup is not ro iaired. Will eomo city official attend lo this, and make Union street pas sible without being dangerous? The Circuit Court at Portland has givon a decision, that Bookman, who was robbed" at Umatilla last fall, at ibo time tho Orleans Hotel safe was opened, is entitled to tho money do-, fositod with Wells, Fargo &...

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 March 1866

, Money Market. New York Gold Quotation.... u Frauciico Legal Tender rnloa 138 THK CiTTTKADlS. Dalles. March .0. " The trado during the past week has dccii iur aucad of any this winter The urrival of trains" from the interior u well as tbo purchasos made by Montana traders, havo tended to en liven business in our jobbing houses Several trains have been supplied and Bianco, ior mo John Day country, and yet vro note the arrival of anotber yesterday, intending .to load up for .the eamo district. . Altogether, the past week ha far exceortod any for eevcrai months in our jobbinu houses The retail trade has beer, somewhat been bottor than for months paBt; and wo noto the arrival of some heavy uocks ot goods to our retail denlers The following are our quotations to uaioorvino staple ai ticlesof our market: - toST"6? 1"a",'$10i Wtaf,lu ontry lUram. sides, 25c; Hums, 28 Jlevna. Uiiy.n, be; pink and red. 7c. ,j .llunsn. ItitliiiiuM, 41c; Orojsou, 40c Coiix Meal Oroiron, 6c. t'UEESE. Californi...

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 March 1866

CHI mm ; ' 'FACTS AND FANCIES. UOLON.EL straight, wno niaae mo Straight fide through Georgia, nnd dug bis way' out of Libby (Prison, is edii'ing a puper in l'iiana. It is thought that rico will never again bo produced in any quantity in tho South. The white mencunnot tnd the negroes will not cullivato it. Ambassadors from Morocco have Arrived in lJuris. They bring as pres ents to the Emperor six raiignifiuont liorsos and a tiger of raro beauty. A strange disease has broken out mong the poultry in Ohio. Thechicki in'8 combs utid gills tHrn black; it gapes, sneezes, and falls dead in a fow minutes. . A servant girl, hero in London, committed suickio recently by hang ing. In the room beside .her body was found a " sensational novel, " nar rating murders and suicide. She South Eastern Railway Com pany, England, have ordered their portors and others who have adopted the mustache, to shavo it off. The or' dor is aaia to have caused some cons etornalion, but it has been obeyed. A month or ...

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 March 1866

.v r..ivi v iv kj I a I ej ai H mm m as as m m m m &&Sk. r. i 1 W ' I tl I H f H D B. SfCTi 'T-"VlXL PL AA.S JH M Jm B . FS . y Et H . y .. M A A y K .AV V' vol. r. DALLES, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAKtJlI 1-4, i860. NO. 38. V jjpailg Ml 0untonur, PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, MONDAYS EXCEPTED,) BI E. C. COWJVE & J. IIALLORAN, 8DITOU8 AND PH0PHIETOR9. Terms Twmty-Jlvecentt par week, payable to the carrier per moutu, Dy until, l; three moutns, tzou; six months, tb ; one year, $8. Advertisements inserted at low rates. Job Printing. Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe- nteu witn neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per order to any part of the country. Payment Jor Job Print ng mute 06 maae on aeuvery oj work. W. II. DOUGLASS, Practical VVatchmukor, And Dealer Id FISE WATCHES At JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON: Established ISS"?. SEALERS IN GROCERIES ! CORNER OF Main and Union Streets, Dalles. if. 0. BALDWIN mh21-tf J.W.BALDWIN. FURNITURE I FURNITURE DIEBLAM & WENTZ, J...

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 March 1866

)aib IPomrtaintir. WEDNESDAY M0KNIN6, MARCH 14, 1800 , Yesterday was quite lively in horse trading. Ve noticed a band of some seventy bead pass up Union street, brought to tbis market for-sale. Par ties below who intend starting fortbe mines will find in the Dalles an atten dance of horses, and at figures much lower than the same animals can be purchased for higher up the Columbia, Serious Accident. A little boy about five years of ago, named Bro- back, met with a serious accident yes terday afternoon. lie was going to school, and during the recess bad been playing with other children near the sobool house. A wagon coming along, the little fellow tried to get in, and for that purpose got between the wheels of the vehicle. Mining his bold be fell, and the bind wheel of the wagon passed over his leg, breaking it below the knee. He was immediately taken borne and tbe necessary medical at tendance procured. Up Country News. From the Walla Walla Statesman of the 9th wo take the following...

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 March 1866

Mb lllonntamccr. Money market. Now York Quid Quotations 138 Bau Francisco Legal Tender rates H 70 Epitome of Telegraphic News. fOOMflLKD FROM Till OREOnNUM. BATKS TO MARCH 9. Waihingttn, Mnrch .0 The very emphatic manner In which Secre nry Sewurd in con versation with memi ers of Congress Affirmed that the lute position taken by the President was assumed through bis influence, has excited much remark. Raymond, of New York, in a dispatch io the New York Timet, denounced the statement as malicious. Wo will probably have the satisfaction of learn ing what Seward did say as related on the floor ot the House. According to tbo e who heard the language nsed, it was exceedingly intemperate. Seward reiterated h s indorse meet of every iioint in the President's speech. and said in nis opinion there was not at present a traitor in the south. Chicago, Marc'i 9. The following letter from President Johnson to Governor Sharkey appears in the vo'uminons report to Congress concerning the process, of...

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 March 1866

itilii Mountaineer. FACTS AND FANCIES. Miss Thomson says that ovry un married lady of sixty may consider that she has passed the Capo of Jood llopo. There appears to bo considerable difficulty at the mint in putting on coins the motto, "In God wo Trust'' Tho Officers are afraid that ovurybody wil read it," In Gold we Trust," which is much nearer the fact. A publisher of a newspnper out west, in the first issue of his journal returns thanks to thoso who lounded him tho pecuniary means, and grntitudo to lievon that there is no law in that, Stale nforceing imprisonmotit for debt. Go to Japan. You can bay a first class houso tliero for thirty dollars, and li vo comfortably in it for two cents u tl:y. Sorvants chargo filty cents a month, and a horse and groom may bo had for tho samo for ono dollur and fifty cents. ; A Chicago clergyman missed his Blockings on Chirsmas morning, and utter a long search found ono on each horn of 0 new milch oow, which had hoen presented to him by his parish...

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 March 1866

en hi vol. r. DALLES, ORKGON, THtTlSDAYi MAltCU ift, 1806t no. &a. ailg Mountaineer, PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, - (MONDAYS EXCEPTED,) BY E. G. COW HE & J. UAL LOR AX, EDITORS AND PROPMKTORS. Te&ms Twenty-Jivtctnti per week, payable to the carrier per inontn, oy mull, tl ; three months, Vi 50 ; alz months, to; oue yeur, $8. Advertlsemeuts luserted at low rates. Job Printing, Every description of plain and' fancy Job Printing- exe nted with ueattiuss and despatch, and forwarded as per order to any part of the country. Fusaunt Jor Job lrint xng nun ce muue on delivery oj work. W. II. DOUftLASS, Practical Watchmaker, And Dealer In' .gggg FIXE WATCHES &. JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. Established 1857. BALDWIN BRO., DEALERS IN GROCERIES ! CORNER OF Main and Union Streets, Dalles. J. C. BALDWIN mh21-tf F. W. BALDWIN, FURNITURE r FURNITURE 1DIEBLAM & WENTZ, ' ?ijwITp-m!4 L0BE hotei' building 'W v.-j, ...... wll uauun iniiubj RgSfJ llouschold Furniture, .embracing Tables, Chairs...

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 March 1866

TIHIKSDAY MORSIXCMARChTs, 1860. Freights from- the Dulles to Black- foot are rating at from 5-to 4$ cents per pound. Oregon State Treasury. We are DENTAL NOTICE Uetug about to make n tt foautiMial tniip tn fA inani nnA at 1 1 o nwin r a tin tritt under obligations to bis Excellency Colombia, I respectfully call the attention of time of my the Governor Of Oregon for a COpy Of PtronswboanrnneedofDentalOporatlonsofau.vchar- t.tii. i o m r actor, to the fact, so that they nny have an opportunity BO exhibit Of the btate lreaSUry from to avail thenwelve. of my services before ray departure, the iOth Of September, 1863, tO the If so desired. I will loare Bbodt the 20tb of March, and i..,, r tn i tona i i i. e return to this place to rWsBmelny practice, about the 28th of February, 1866, inclusive of 18tl uf Juno. twtq Wqurlky. both dates. ' From' which we learn , . ... , , . . . Holds its stated Communication' on the First and Third Mondays of each month, at their hall, In Dalles City. Bret...

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 March 1866

Saih MoiintamccrJ Ibaxo F. Bloch, ' San Francisco. C. 8. MttLM, Dalles. Money MnVrlret. "New York Gold Quotations. .1.-1 Siui Francisco Legal Tender ratea r--a-- 138 70 Epitome of Telegraphic News. COMPILID FROM TUX ORtOONIAH. DATES TO MARCH It. Qalvtston, March 8. Tlie convention Intd do the tAUlo a motion to make white Inliabii nuts Ibe basis of lenresteiaiiun. A motion to strike out tbe word " white " was tost 26 against 44. A motion to leave it optional with the legislature to fix tbe basis ot repre lentatinn was lost 26 to 38. An ordiounce establishing a quarnaline of 20 days for all Texas ports was passt4 as a (xeTeotative ngainBt cholera. Chicago, March 10. Tbe Secretary of War transmitted to the Senate, ou Wednesday, 7 b inst., inforinatioa relative to tbe construction of a telegraph from New Orleans to San Fran cisco, and from St. Paul to 1'orllnnd, Oregon. The applicants ask that protection with sub sistence and transportation, as lar as possjole be supplied by military co...

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 March 1866

trni FACTS AND FAJfCIKS. A lawyer, who prided himself ulpcm hia Bkill in cross-examining a witness h&i once an odd-looking genius whom to operate. 'Yoa say that tho jjrieonor is a thief?' "Yes, Sir, because she confessed it." "And do you swear that she bound shoes for you subse quent to tho confusion?" "I do, Sir." "Tnen," giviving a stigcious look 10 the Court, "are wo to understand that you employ dishonest persons to work tor you, oven after their ruscalites uro kaown?" " Of course; how olao, pray, could i got assistauco from a lawycrl" The wilnoBS was preemptorily ordered to stand down. Abd-EI Kador, whilo rocently pas-. ing through Bloia, received a deputa tion of tho Freemasons of that city, joined by one of Tours and one of Juntos. The Freomasons compliment ud him on his ucts of humanity and charity during tho massacres in Syria. Tho amir thus replied: "I thank tho present Committee for fre'omasouary in general. I regard Freomasonry us thefirst institution of tho world; 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 March 1866

Ittttra1es t Wnesijriwani 1 ' ' ' - -' ' ' ' ' 11 ' 'l VOL. r. ; 77 .'; ' "" D ALLES, ORKGON, SATtJItDAY 3IAHCH 17, 1800. NO. SB. 1 I Witri fttttrfv or PUBLISHED EVERY MOUNING, , (MOKDAYg KXCKPTKD,) Y? '.' E. G. COWIVE & J. HALLOllAX, BDIT0R8 AND PttOPltlKTOKrl. f R3 Tuimty-tlvectnti nor week, payable to the currier per month, by mail, SI ; three months, $2 50; six month!, tb ; oue year, $8, Advertisements Inserted t low rates. 1 ...... Job Printing. Every description of plain and faacy Job Printing exe nted with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per -order to auy part of the country. Payment Jot Job Print inff mutt bt muiie ou delivery 4 work, . W. B. DOUGLASS, Practical Watchmukor, And Dealer la FIXE WATCHES &. JEWELRY, , DALLES, OREGON. ' ISstatollsliod ISr7-. BALDWIN BRO., ' . DEALERS IN , , '.. '.. GROCERIES! CORNER OF Main and Union Streets, Dalles. J. 0. BALDWIN mh21-tf F. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE! FURNITURE DIKltLAM &, WETSfTZ. -lWNITUfc- - 0 .oil K IIOTUL BUI...

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 March 1866

Inilg JPttahuer, SATVRDAT HORSING, MARCH 17, 1800. A large number of horses came op on the stock-boat yesterday afternoon. Wo should think seventy or eighty. Our glorious spring weather conti nues, and the trade in garden seeds and implements is brisk. .: Wasco County Union Convention. As previously announce!! this con. vcotion meets to-day at 1 o'clock, r. t , at the Court House. Too principal business likely to corao before tho convention will be the selective of dolegates to the State Convention, which meets at Corvatlis on tbo 29th inst. It is also possible that the ticket for County officers will be nominated,' though we understand (omp of the delegates come instructed to defer the county nominations for the present. We trust that perfect harmony will prevail and none bat good men" be solected. From Camp Watson. Mr. West who arrived at the Dalles yesterday from Camp Watson, informs us that tho Indians are cutting up some of their usual capers abos Camp Curry, and in south of th...

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 March 1866

Money market. New York Gold Quotations....;.. . 8uu Francisco Legal Tender rates..,-.,.. ......121 JH Isaac F. Block, Baa Francisco. C. 9. Millie, i . Dalles. Block, Miller & Co., ' WHOLESALE O R O O E It S , WALDROS BROS.. ? Wholesale & Relail Druggists, Epitome or Telegraphic Nws. COMPUKS IROH Till OR KIOKlAJI, J ' ' - DATES TO MARCH 1. Washington, March 14. Tho Hons passed the Senate bill in relation to tie U. S. Su- JirenSe "Court, with amendment that after;' each term l the court a certified copy of the decisions thereof shall be furnished' ta ' heads of departments ... v Mr. Spaaliiing, of Otolo, explained t.Qat the joint resolution offered by himself j'or uxa-. -tton of national currency, havidg been char cterized as funic repudiation, Ue wished to fiav that noihiee was further from his mind . tliau lo'irrjune cue national credit, which he regarded as the apple of his ere. The object of, the proposition was simply to peimit .greenoaKS to oe taxed in. bis State just as...

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 March 1866

ii Mountaineer. FACTS AKD FANCIES. In tbe report of a down oast agricul tnral fair occurs tlio following: ''Best bed comforter Miss Mary Hall." BanieI. Webster usod to Bay that the word " would in liufus (Jhoato a hand writing, resembles a sraull gridiron Btruck by lightning. Mr. Quibble, reading that "it hub been decided in the Court of Queen's Bench, in Dublin, tbat a clergyman of tho Church of England can legully marry himsolf." observed that that roigt be very well as a measure of econ omy, but that even in the hardest times he should prefer to marry a woman. Here is tho pithiest sermon ever proached. "Our ingress in lifo is naked and baro; our progresB through life is trouble and care; our egress out of it wo know not where but doing well hero we will do well thoro 1 could not toll more by preaching a year. Hard on Crinoline. A country chap, who jcontly visitod Sun Fran cisoO for tho first time, gavo his views of the ladies in the following wayi ' "Somewhars in every ciroumfer,...

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 March 1866

03 V VOL. T. I) ORKGON, STjtfDAY MAllClt I, 13SO. NO. 0. V PUBLISIIED EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS (XOIPTID,) BY E. O. COHWE & J. IIALLORA1V, EDITORS AMD PBOPBIITORg. Tnu&Twmtj-Jlve centt per week, payable to the carrier per month, by mail, $1; three months, 2 60; six Months, $5; one year, $8. . Advertisements inserted at low rates. . Job Printing. Every description of plala and fancy Jab Printing exe- . uieu wim neatness and despatcn, and lorwaruea as per eriier tuany part of the country. Payment Jor Job Print ing miuk oe maae on delivery oj work. W. II. DOM.I, VVS, Practical Watclimultor, " And Dealer In FIXE WATCHES A. JEWELUY, DALLES, OREGON. lHtablislietl 1857. BALDWIN BRO., DEALERS IN GROCERIES ! CORNER OF Main and Union Streets, Dalles, J. 0. BALDWIN mhai-tf F.W.BALDWIN, FURNITURE ! FURNITURE DIEULAM Sc WENTZ. ..ijflNITU,, 0LOB8 HOTKL'BUILDINO. (ISWWW? flail... ttltv Lava tin . vnrlatr p, .. . yr J if&$ii,:fZ Household Furniture, embracing Tablet, Clfalrs, Bareaul ' Be...

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 March 1866

SVXDAT MOR.WXG, JURCII 18, 1808. - Canton . City Items. To Mr. Abra iiamsorj, who arrived at : IbV Dalles yesterday, from Cunytm City, wo are indebted for the following: Tbo Indians have commenced tbeir depredations again on the Canyon City rdadr they have stolen eieht horses from the Mountain House, and H lot of harness from Hock Crock. - Mr. Abrubamson eome down in four days in company with Mr. Page, of ' Wells, Fargo & Cos. Tbey saw fre quent ipdi;ations of tbo recent pres ence of Indians on the road, and in one instance, saw an Indian just abend of them in the road. Not knowing how many more might bo in the vi cinity, they took a cireuitotrs route and avoided discovery, A parly of about thirty soldiers un. tier command of Lieut. Dicbtl, have jgono from Camp Watson in pursuit. They took several duys' rations, in tending to stay out some time if nee cssary. Tbo people at the Canyon aro din. posed to censure Gapt. Small, the post commander at Camp WatBOrr.ehnrging hirrtwithindi...

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 March 1866

Mb Money Market. Now Vcirk flold Quotations Hull Francisco Legal Tender rat us ...124 ..7K Epitome of Telcsraphlc News. fOOMMLED IROJt TBI ORIUOKIAX. DATES TO MARCH 1. Ken York, Mfttch 15. The New York 7W snys : Efforts are beinir rrmdo by Henry J. Raymond, E mi D. Campbell, and others, to organize a political party in support of the President, and Raymond, being Chair man of the Natioual Republican Executive Committee, an attempt will, be made to con trol the machinery of that organization. WatHngtartj March 15. The Postollice Be pnrtment has closed the mail lettings for the Pacific States. The competition was great, and the prices were t educed from last year. The following are the more prominent con tracts: San Francisco td Sacrameuto, $18, 000 reduction $2,000 ; San Fruncisco to Stojuon, $16,0u0 reduction $5,0u0j San Juan to Los Angeles, $18,000-r-dmtion $6,000. The great route from Lincoln to Portland, Oregon (C24 miles) was let to Henry W. Corbctt, at $170,000 present pay ment...

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 March 1866

lailg Hlouiitaiiiccr. Horn and Fiianals. . there's a power to make each hoot - Aseweet at Heaven designed it; Kor heed wb roam to bring It horn, Tliougb few there be that Sod It. ' We nek too high tor tilings close by, And lose what nature1 found us; tor life liath here no chotnis eo dear As home and friends aroand aa. . Hfe oft destroy th present joy For future hope and praise them; Whilst flowers ae ewoet eioow at our feet. If we'd but stoop to rahntheml Tor things afar atill sweeter are When youth's bright apell hath bound as; But aoon we're taught: earth hath naught Like home aud friends ardttud Ms. VlG ft AND FANCIES. Simon Pure The origin of tbis well known term is given as follows: "A very popular old play contained two characters, named Simon, ono of which insisted on culling himself the bimon Pure t. e.. the real Simon, in contradisiinotion to his rival. Uonco s genuine article is said to be ''Simon Puroj" in contradistinction from one not gensine. The Cap of Liberty origin...

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