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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 1 September 1865

CO ' ' . " ' mi. i i 't, , : ' , . i i ' ' ' 1 ; " ' ' ; . s v ' : . : : ." . . .t , " ' . ' - ' . - MXQT".',V,i,,,, .,V ' ' 13 V iS, :ori'r,G'pW,' FRIDAY, HEITE3I13EIt 1. 1HOS.., . i:v -'NO, 10.r. : ailrllfluntaineir; PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING, ... i .i'-- (MONDAV8 KXUKPTED,) BY " ' . 1 WILLIAM II. NKWELL, D1T0B NU PUOPBIKT0R.' ,.' 1'. tasjrS Timmjm ni per week, payable to the'carrier por montbby' tRiill, Hi' threp. months, JSJW; tlx "montliij, $5; ono yeaiyJS. Advertisements Inserted t lew rutee. , Job Printing. . . Kvory description orplaln nnd fancy Job Printing exe nted with neatnoss and despatch, and forwardod an per order to any part of the cuuufy. JhiinaU Jar Jfco. .Print mm tantfe on dtlivery oj work. , EMPIRE HOTEL, MAIS nun, MUM, OMOaS, .." TEIOHAS SMITH, Proprietor. A FIRST-CLASS HOUSE. . IK Till 0JNTF.lt Or BU8IXE8S, Kejr tho Steamboat and Railroad landings ' Superior Accommodations for Families and can Ao aimmudate One Hundred and Firty Quests, Meals 50 cut. Lodging........

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 1 September 1865

CO wjxi.nai r. raws..... TU9K1 JOBaiyG, BgPIEMBKB 1, t?C5. this office. ' DALLeTVS. BMATIILA. We are iBformed tbwtvlarg amount of, freight, inch a -general merchant 'iiae ahl quarts iifliV ma'jMe eiei? : ed to arKve by Ineerra- Nevada, dup ft tFj?V W4Jul tdil TFd'r tHelibiorin'aj. tion of ehtjipersV re state tiab late ad rioea wni., Umatilla- report -gr$at the'-'beaoii -iwaitihg f4nit)prtation .ITheFew teainsTnoV -tuere ;ave; ad vanced their. rates-and, take freights for less than 10 oentSi payabe oiW '0.0 ,tbe'iher iiaad, ; abj 'thel ",l)lille8,ibere is im abundance of tearfcs 5frfi!fib'ttOa;afc'iroui!8 tidje'e'nte, connection with ,the .Jfjn.ce .'! h&rged it 'l.l-ir..-."'3J.L'5V;," liVtNVti.'k' points, holdp.p WntV.to ;ehli);rj!i;,:P"fradiMti- ditiiQO;of affairs Js.jsteadrljr kept from bo':; Vfto)fei!Jg.a.;:o ;6;n;r8:;!6fflu-a'rt? ttillsi&f rived at Ponibetjg?? are at pnce.reoommenod td Bbij.by a r ' tjmaltillai and ignorab t of the the shipper discovers bis mistake1, but ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 1 September 1865

Is! Wasco County Agricultural Fair. The Executive' Commtltea of he Wasco (Xmnty Agricultural- Society; havo' made ar rungement8 for holding a ' . COUNTY ITAIII, . . At the Wasco' County Race Course-, three miles below Palles City, on the farjrfi of John ftwiti, to be liolden on the 13TH AND 14TII lfcVYS OF SEPTEMBER NEXT; " Cltilseni And farmers especially are solicited to. attend and 'Compete for the premiums, A list of which Is published' bcloW.- ' No.."article 'to compete for' premium unless raised r manu factured in the county j arid no animal to .Compete for premium unless owned or raised (n this county. Entrance fee 25 per oent.m first premium. -f-j" List of Premiums.' CLASS 1 HOUSES'.' ' . " . ..1 1st p. 2d p. DesttalUon, 4 years old and up'ds',.10 -j$7 Best stallion 3 yrars old ai)d ub'da, 7 . V 6 Best stallion; 2 years old and up'ds,... jBest brooil mate and colt, '. liest.Elley, 2 years old.................... Rest yearling- colt, - Heat sucking, colt,,,,,.... ........ ,.....

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 1 September 1865

SherlftH Sale of Mining , Land ; - and Ileal Estate; - Y VIKTUK OP. XKjiCUTION Issued by the V Clerk of tho Comity Courfcln and for (I rant County, State of Oregon, in favor of llydJk Kvhiib, plaintiffs, nnd HKniu John McMaatoM, ftTcMMters, BIuMiuv ten nnil i- McMaaUir, defendants, fur the sum of one hundred ami ton and 76-100 dollars principal, and finty- teres t mid costs of execution, and to me directed, I have levied upon, and will sell at public auction, before the ' Court Houtte door, fu Canyon City, County of Grant, ptate of Oregon, to the highest bidder, (or cash in hand, -ou SATURDAY, the 23d day of September, 8(V5, bo. tween tho hour of t and 8 o'clock, p. m the f. Mowing described mining land nnd real estate:, or 'no much there of us will satisfy, the wild sum of 110 76-100 dull am and coats and disbursements, and i tit front nnd costs of exeru lion aim muw, yik ; iuu mi liiihi uMiuviut-u uiivri-iji, in QHKKK IULL MINING CLAIMS, Rrtuatod on tho went hide of Canyon Creek, ...

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 September 1865

jdalltcs, onndoN, irrtiTJAY. MisrrrfsaiPETt'lg; isoa. . NO. 81. '- e . PUBLISlIEl) EVERT MOKNIAG, ' (MONDAVI fXCaPTID,) it WILLIAM II. NEWELL, IDITOB AKD PROPHIBTOR. Tan Ttoenfy-rtw of nti perweok, payable to tha carrier ptr tiHiutli.-iuy .mail. SI: thru moBlk..Jt2Mj six months, $6; ue year, $8. Adveitlemete liunresat Ww rates. ... '. ' Job. Prinfi '. Every dMerlptlon of plain and (anuy Job Printing exe- neatness ug aenpatcn, and rorwarded M per order to nny part of the country. Jiyuunt JorJob Print E M P I R E HOTE L, MAW ITRHT, D1U.U, 0RK00N, TDOMAS SMITH, Proprietor. A FIRST-CLASS HOUSE. is Tin ounKi or Buamesa, Near the Steamboat And Railroad. Lands ng 8uperior Accommodations for Families and can Ao eonimodate On Hundred and JTilty Guests. inh 50 est. : Lodging...... ...Mets. FirS Proof 8ftf ftlP flunnattMnr valnuKtu " . House open all night. Baggage taken to theHoise ' . " . ' O ' I nOAAO OiQUUi mhg-tf 1 - ' ' ,: ' r - " ' Proprietor. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. fBI'IlS WEL...

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 September 1865

.' . . rt yVMl'"',,'w'TwrOT" ' FRIDAY MOUSING. Slftl'lt 15, tS65. tub ' B'ALi.siTbdlidlL, of the old Th'saP Wilb6ai Capt". Tyler. BcifiY en gineer, describes a narrow gunge railroad which bat been in operation in an English mining district for over thirty yfars, ancVhas L been attended wltfi'great success! - The road is two feot gauge,?and dp tolaBt 'accounts tour; engines ,liaa run fifty-seven tuouBana steamer Caytut basbecn safely brqnght ovey Iniiles over t without once stoning from the . the falls, and is now lied tip at tli U. S. S;. I r.aiU Itbai hecn.hld thata railrpad of fcss- ' CcVs landing.' All hor machinery tans been ihan four feet eight inches gunge woold be taken out, and in future she will be used as unsafe, but experience shows that on a rail- a fl .tboat. This is the second steamer tbt roftd ,egg than half lhis a e there hR8 v has been brought over tbe fulls, without ac l.M.l.mL. r.T, leen.an(fqt.reexen,ptlonpmaccideptvOn Y. 7, 7777x ,u t-j. the road-described.ijt,B...

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 September 1865

ffttutawccr; Lr.Vi1 The' Effect or War Upon Publio Morals. 1 1 - i . . .."; . i . .-, uu All btetonans concur in statinir tht after i grenx wivrs, apeomiiy inose 01 miorne- tine' cbarater, - when the' mad passlohs of RMttmin iinture become more thnrf-nsually ex cftfed'a d nr used, crime iuvAriably exhibits an increase, and atrocious acts are both more Sttfnerous and more flagrant in character. War, stirs up all the worst feelings of the uu ln un heurt, enco'iniges, license and destroys the moral sensibility. . "la a civil war, brother bod mes, arrays I ugninst ' brother, fattier ngiunai son, and- tle instincts iT nature are perverted'-from their natural action. The f'-iiries become the fitv, rite goddesses, and 'liandeuiouiuni is translated to earth. The 1 fe ot the camp, where the. beneficial inflft rnce of mother, wifo and sister, and-of borne dlscipf inc are uiffelt, is most fiernil'tbns to morula, and as all armies are usually' com p'ised of the youth ot the land, lie fountain 1...

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 September 1865

FBOWERI FROH HOMK. I Floweret beautiful Dower I Hut these a perfume bear Richer than if from eastern bowere ' They brought Iheir blossoms rare, ' These delicate blossoms hong Hound a green porch far away, Where the music of young laughter rung "Vrem children at their play ' 'And within, one of gtAWrair i Uaxed thouglatftilllyvibel While,' Marking Die place of a vacant cbalr, . Mining an answering imlle. ' Cay, halt thou the Herat read ' Of Association's lore, ' ' When Memory suddenly ontipread i lti strange life-gathered Blare? Wordi Hint hare long been hid ; Tone that for years have lain, V By the heart's cunning treasured In pearl ihells of the brain. Quick as the chemist's spark Awakened can dispense -Throngh myriad miles of ocean dark lis bright intelligence. . An odour or a tone O'er a llfo's barren track Of unrcmombeied hours has flown. Bringing to manhood bock ' Tbo maddening of a drauiht From Passion's flowers distilled ; Or soberer cup, securely quaffed, t Or ir.iiiflaoa fu...

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. — 16 September 1865

It-- - i t; , j. 1 1 ; i.: r.l ' ,'fiM .t,t...t.i,-.. -.1 A A. . J Jk DALLES, OREGON, SATtTTfcT) AYi SKPTEMBER lO, lf3fS.' ,no.' . VT- BV f al. 1- YW&Ml MT' VI U fl I'll' I H.-rii.Ak ... Ill H I , R . t H II 11.11. I '.Si. 1, fll.lAU - .. .K i,'. j lBLisii&ir EVEBT MORNING, . (HONUAVa VXOSPTBDf) BY- ' .WILLIAM.' IL.NEWELL, y - i r ' " ' TtaisrWfify:tx eenti per woek,rpsjyiihle.b'tle&rrrir . . pxr month, by mall, $1; .tliroemtojitlia, t'Z.Mf -tlx months,$6; oue year, 8.' AdvorUwmenU inserted at loW.ntt.; ' . ' i i ' 1 !' i , JoV Priating . . ' r Every description of plnid ml fancy Job Printing exe nted with neatness end despatch,' and forwarded at per order to any part uf the country. IiywMnt Jr Job Print ing must oe aunts oh oWivery n work, . . . . & mm R E H Q T E li, MUM STRIKT, S1U.U, 0RTS0&, , THOMAS SMITH, Proprietor. A FIRST-CLASS HOUSE. in tai fliNTti or BUSINESS, . ' Near the Steamboat and Eailroad landings Superior Accommodation! for Families and can AO ...

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 September 1865

C2) wiuuw a. miwiu, '. ..iditox. ftATUBDAT MORXIXG. SEPm 16, IMS. Kcw TiTLK.-Uur California excbaeejces re ferring to a somewhat noted Oregouio, speak ' of biui as " Doctor Pearne." Timoleon it get- up ia Ibe world, A HOME FOR MIGRANTS. This year's emigration is thronging tbe road orer tbe Blue Mountains, and it is rare to find in tbeir ranks, any ut Who appear to be look ing to tbe Willamette Valley as tbe goal of tbeir desires. Tbey left tbe " States " for Oregon,' and notliiug will satisfy 'lb em until tbey bave traveled tbe whole length and breadtb of tbe State, to reach, a sectional ready crowded, Where tbey wflf find but little to satiafy tbeir longings. Very little good land is open to settlement, and this is what tbe buhV'of emigration is seeking alter. Man) ol tb'e'se, doubtless a majority, aVe poor, and have not tbe means to fJayfor land, and if I B Isaac F. Bioca. San e'rauclsco. C. 8. Millie, 8m. Braawairni, Dallas. they bad, do not wish to purchase when tbe f W thVwar 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. — 16 September 1865

C3J. "ailn $t ottutatntcr. Of quart! cao bo' traced. forty miles esst of nortn-e.st, tbe couise of tue ledges trom Kocky Bar, which inducri me to prophesy that though a very rough spot of earth, AI- ' 'MltWLB UOISB MINES. A corrcspdrtd.-nt of the Statttman furnish ' l-s a' sketch of the Middle Boise Mia-iBg Dis trict, whichvwe reproduce : 4.' MiltDDLB 'BOISII OR YUBA DISTRICT. Starliiro'froni Rock' Bar one uioruing lo ' company with two gentlemen, oue of whom was a quartz operator from New York, I fouud myself, alter a pleasaut ride over a ' rather rough country, on top of the "Atlan- 1 U IIill, 'la ratbernotiible spot in the Middle 'fork District. H'lS caiieov sixteen to eigh i teeti miles from Rocky Bar to that place, nnd 1 the trail is over mountains and aloug ridges, of course. -I think the severest purt of the 'whole routei1s''elibtbUg tue"uAilunta Hill," which is a tremendous mountain before one ' 1 is-half way irp-it, and increases in magni tude'for some time ' after. Yuba Ci...

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 September 1865

CM) yl iMIl fin ii urn ,-1 , ,vRBSrowK0.'.; ..(,, .-w Whn"my vfe.ry spinning's done And the stiadee of eve (crow deep And by the-briirht hearthstone v . : The did folk lit asleep; ! My heart 111(11111 secret talk, when none can see me weep. Ofllmes the driving rIn, And sometimes the driving now, -Beat on tb. window pane, , And mingle sad and low With the tioues and foure, the smiles and tears of a time long, long ago;, ,. ' , Till they act the talea they tell, ; And a step la on the floor, '' ' '' '" And a voice I once loved well' 1 Says ! " Open me the door." 1 ' ' ' 1,1 Then I turn with a chill from the mocking wind which whispers, "Neveruioi'el" . To the little white-washed room , In which my days ar. spent! '. ' A"'- Journeying towards t lie tomb, , . . My companions gray and bent, ' - -' ' Who Imply deoin their grandchild's life not Joyous, but , , content, , , , Ah mel for the sun's not set, For tlio yesrs not yet begun, -n- .v .4 For tlie days not numbered yet, . s," ' . . Am...

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. — 19 September 1865

- - - - - . T V T-- 4 A. .alr-tV MAS 44k ji r ' tMi:.Ei( :m4 vol. o; "T K LLES,' ORRGON, TUfe&OiY, SEPTEMBEtt lt, 1865.' us tntmut; ri ClIIIEl KYEHV M0RNIJ.G, '(WDvi ntirtu, bt : 'j!jf. ift'ILLUl Hfct" 1NFE WELL, . D1TUU AKD PdCfBUTCKt.., I TVtKIweHtt pr wk, payable to, the carrier per month, bf mall, SI; t,r mouthy $2 60 all , aitiatlu,of ou jieat, of.-- Advertliemea.t'lnerted at ' low rate. ,:.(.!:, ' . ir :i . Job Printing- ... '' Every1 detrfptl ofplHia and ftuwy Ao Printing eev died wltlraeatni and aeapatch, ana forwarded aa tfbfj orner hi any pan or ine country, raynunt JorJoO J1in ing taut be made m delivery 0 work: EMPIRE HO;TEL, - mix mm, bauu, ouosk, 1 THOMAS SHITIJ, Proprietor. A HIRST-CLASS ifo USE. , , IH CUTM Of 1U8IMUS, .. - , jtW th Samboat and Bailro'ai Wiiivfr4 Superior Accommodation fur Panilltetand coVA ummodaCe Oae Hdred and Filty Oameei- -' MlIi......J.J-ae.. vi lodging-. Neb,' rire yroors.rrordepoett6f Tiilunblet.'i ' aII(m(wiJI night, Bsggaire'tiiken toth...

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. — 19 September 1865

' -V vVak x ' : llailjlllottniainf iiUiii,Rantu...v.jrJL..t.,..ki..?....Bnft. TUISDAT M0RNIN8, S EFT'S 19, 85.. V VKTTf H fnOOWDSR RIVKIl. Pbwsta Rive ViU.ii-, September 8th( 1865, faiiND Niwin.-I have been illebt for lofflt time past at mj sphere of observation baa been limited, but for the past few dare I hareljeen In the saddle and visited most of the tttbt1v inU vicinity ' At Auburs tmstoest Wtmstobe completely , 'pMlIllod,. Jnfera ire Eaj however, some few 1 clalii paring well,. aodibe.. balance not pay. idg wages, and many stopped entirely as they willBot '6kfor ter at the ;presfent high . prices, and ff any of. the old pioneers are mov ing down to Bake Dlty;'whlch Is located at ."the soutttast nd of .Powder River Valley, in close proximity to polonel Ruckel's quaria "mill, and Is fast becoming populated with a . good, quiet and Industrious class of people. 7 ' They have now a'gbodf hotel, two stores, two- ,. saloons, blacksmith shop and many dwelling .,' houses, aad when tbey...

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. — 19 September 1865

i - v . r A Faring Bobbery. The boldest robbery we' over '.bear f owurrU on ingni, aooui nine o'clock t the tttOt-0 Ol' Crawlhrrl ftlw.u A r n , .v.U. h, jrvr, Jtoiwayt as was ins habit, hud made flH imttBQ account, and put his dust itUO ihe safo. and siond 111 I fA HuBD in j his. office miifetng a momoraiidura of . -iAlAinhMr!i' i hat Ui i.a i o v..cU .10 nau juaii jfiiHUoa in ' wallet and left I vinir at his elbow on iba desk. , While entering W note of ww muuaot in ine casbbowlc florae per on en tered the office through the baok rior of" tho store, snatched the -wallet otakmig abont two thousand 4oU Mars in' greenbacks nd s'oih'e' notea- ,tore it the darkness.' Mr.; Red way had just time to get:a glimpse of the man enough to-see that he had 90 a Ttairof goggles, and was otherwise disgtrised. Several persons wore stand ing a-nhort distawen from the office door, tut the operation wa so' adroit- jy na quickly performed, that before any ol them could realiee; what was 'done' tha r.in...

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. — 19 September 1865

MM Tin Effect or Wab Upon Ptjbmo Mobal. Alt historians coucur In stating that after gttiki wars, especially those of an interne tine .charater, jyhen the rqad" passions of liBma,a.'i)Aur'e Wcjme more than usually es cited and atuUsed'. crime invariably exhibits n increase, and atrocious acta aje;hftfhW&re.' numerous and more flftgrantviu snaracter., Xf stirs up all the worst feelings of the hu man heart, encpnagcs Ucrjse and destroys, the moral sensibility. '.. In a, civil war, brother becomes arrayed against brother, father against son, and the instincts of nature are perverte4 from their natural actifli) The F.uries becjitme lie favurite goddesses, and pandemonium is translated tp earth. The life of the camp; where th? beneficial influ eace of mother, wife and sister, and of home discip ine are unt'eU, is most pernicious to morals, and as all armies are usually .com posed of the youth of the land, the fountain is poisoned at the very head.' The old officer? of the revolution w...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 1 November 1865

I-,.L.ES, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 180S WmiSHEl) EVERY MOIiNIXG, MONDAYS BXOHPTID,) BV G. G. COM AE & J. IIALLORAIV, KDlTOUfi AND PROPRIETOR. Ibkms Tmenty-Jivieentt per week, payable to the carrier iper iutitli, by mall, $1; three mouths, $2 50; . luontuA, $o; oueyear, $8. AdrertiBetneuta Inserted at tow nitui. Job Printing. Every doscrtptlai of plain nm4 fuwy Job Printing exe uted with neiitnoV and despatch, and forwarded as per tfrfor tunny part of the couutry. Payment Jor Job Print i ing must Itt made an delivery nf work. Oregon Steam Navigation CoN FALL ARttANCEMENT. ' ' 'k it tt'-w mm 5 jU lYl ATI LL A HOUSE,, DALLES. DHcGuNi KANDLEY &S1NNOTT, ITop'r. " " iniS POPUUB HOUSa, OKNTRALLY LOCAUD, Near the Steamboat landing Bailroad Depot, Uiu bconrocontly enlarged and improved, aud will now accoiuniiditle . soa GUESTS. IT WILL IK CONDUCTED as heretofore, as a FIRST CLASS HOUSE, aud the patronage of the traveling public ii reaf.ectfully soltcite-i. Haggage tafceuitothe ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 1 November 1865

)aib WEDNESDAY MORXIXG. KOV. 1, 185.; Ridosuy was acquitted, on examination, for, killing Ewing at South Boise. Pack-trains are loading again at Walla Walla for Blackfoot tbat have made two complete trips since the first of Jane.. No snow had fallen, at the last accounts, on the Mullan Road, in the passes., at the mountains. Mb. B, H. Johns, at Walla Walla, offers to give security to clear out the. Qbstructip,ps on the Mullan Road for $10,000,. a FrtBNCH chemist says that if tea is pow dered, before it is infused, U wilt.jOcJd double the quantity ol exbileralipg qualities. About 60,000 negroes have led Kentucky on passes granted by Gen. P.almer, since the first of May. Abdsi having fulled to defeat the Blair family, the. pastern, press is now trying ridi cule. Tbat. family dies bard. Raw cotton and caster oil applied to frozen limbs, have restored them, when amputation w,as thought necessary. Sons assorted ores from the "Peorwaa" lode at Owyhee, are reported to.be more, than half si...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 1 November 1865

O.J ' JliuU ftlountatriccr. FkU IiBWIJTON TO BbaCKVOOT MlNES. TtlO rilicona fif f.Hiariatnn nra diflruaaino the nrn- iiriely of opening a road to-intersect lbs MI- wv'X'iu. ' FRANKLIN MARKET. ' THE PIONlEtt STAGE COMPANY corner o8econd and Washington btkkets Will carry - DALLES, VK1SGVJX, . , ,. ; TP A Cirr TTTRTTTOTT'T'Ca JOHNKPPINGKR Proprietor .P--CSX X tyiUXKlXTX L kT3 I tjndkiisionkd having lilted np the FROM 1 m rortd hIouI twenty allies fust of (he Coeur d'Alcu Misnitm. Tbe road will run a very Hule-enst ol' north from Lewiston to tbe point of intersection, nnd will keep between the meridians oK 1UJ? 30' and U7.' West from Wasliiiiglun. It will cross tbe St'. Joseph ttiver above its month, a few miles, and be tween the great Coeur d'Alene-Like nnd a siuiilliT one, not yet named. The distance from, Lewiston to the point of intersection with Hie MVilInn roml wilbbeabont one hundred miles; from tlienceone Hundred and thirty wiles to Ilel'pnte, andi from thence, one bun dred to 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. — 1 November 1865

6 fails P eittainenr. Eaouha or the Dbef. four -hundred years ago tbero flouriribeti a city od the shores of the Adriatic, num bor ing many thousand, -filled the churches And abounding in wealth, but remark able for the wickedness and cruelty of -its people. . They exceUed the world in burning heretics and perse cuting originators of Dew ideas. Sud denly an earthquake sunk ninetenths of their oity more than mu leet below the level of the sea. The waters of the Adriatio closed over their spires, palucos and prison-houses, and noth ing was loft of Ragusa but a wretched scattering suburbs. Feasants, ven to this day , havj a marvelous J-cgend. They say it went down so straight that scarcely a wall was broken or a steeple prostrated; that the wicked inhabitants had cburmed Jives' and are still under the dominion of Nop tuno, following their old pursuits, all unconscious of the world above them. As th j Dalmatian fisherman suits his shallop over the quiet eea at eventide, looking down int...

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