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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 25 March 1866

( lA . A "jvll f A if . vol. r. DALLES, OREGON, STJlSTO A.Y, MAUClt 1866, NO. S. gailg Mountaineer, PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS SXOKPTID,) BY E. G. COW WE & J. II All LOR ANT, EDITORS AND PROPRIETOR. Terms Twmty-fivtcertft per week? payable to the carrier pur month, by inafr, SI ; three months, $2 60 i fx uibuths, $a; one year, tS. Advertisements inserted at low rates. Jb Printing. Every description of plain and fanny Job Printing exe uted with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per order to any part of the country. Pay mentjor Job Print vng mult be made on delivery aj work. v W. II. IfOlCJLY, Practical Watchmaker, AndBealerta J'gggfr FIAE WATCHES . JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. Established ISO?. BALDWIN BRO., SEALERS IN GROCERIES ! CORNER OF Slain and Union Streets, Dalles. J. 0. BALDWIN mhfl-tf P. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE 1 FURNITURE N I T ! 'GLOBE HOTEL BUILDING, 0 n IBIHWWIII Ttal!j.nitv Hnv. fin liatiH .wurlAtw j .... Household Furniture, .embraolng Tables, Chairs, Burea...

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 March 1866

SUXMY HOMING, MARCH 25, 18CC. The steamers on the Willamette are doing a heavy business this spring, larger than ever before. The Sierra Nevada, over due at Portland, bad not arrived when the steamer loft yesterday. Passengers to tbo Union State Convention, at Corvallis, will be car ried at reduced rates, by the People's Transportation Company. Committed-. A negro charged with enlioing little girls into bis shanty, and there indecently handling them, was yesterday committed by the City Recorder to tbo County jail to await his trial at the next term of the Cir cuit Court. Some of the friends of Gen. Meagher think the lately published speech, at tributed to him, is a base fabrication. Tbey claim that it is entirely unlike him, both in sentiment and style. We hope this may bo true, but the evi donee of its genuineness is rather for1 midablo. Democratic .Nominees. The Dem ocratic mass meeting last night made tho following nominations : V Pop Mayor, J. M. Bird; Rocorder, J. A. Campbell ;...

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 March 1866

C37 )ail IHonntaraccr. Money market. New York fluid Quotations - 121 Pan Fraiichco Legal Tender ratos 7t Epitome of Tclcsraplilc News. COMPILED .MOM TUB ORKOON1AN. DATES TO MARCH 24. Chicago, March 22. The Washington cor respondent of the Boston l'oit snj-s tho new American loan project sboul.l he we!l under stood as it will mostly be reported back fa vorably by the Committee and pass the House. The correspondent adds that these bonds, to the amount of fifty millions hare already been paid. They have in the market b?en Bold in gross five millions to a wealthy com bination now bent on carrying a resolution through Congress in order to secure the magnificent results that must ensue. This combination- will pay a fabulous sum for lobby expenses, and it is proposed to give the scheme every semblance of legitimacy. by going so far as to secure tbe sanction of tho federal Government to equip seven thousand men, osteusibly for service in the cause of Juarez. These expenses paid leave a surp...

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 March 1866

FACTS AND FANCIES. r A number of ex Confederate officers nre tendering their aorviooa to tlio Chilean authorities. What evidence is there that Btrong beer was used in the ark? A kangaroo was Been going in wiiu hops. W HAt stone should have been placed nt thegute ot Ed on uficr the expulsion? Adamantine ( Adam ain tin ) Several ships of the turret form are boing built in England, for the Rus sian government, which will each cur ry eight 3000 pound guns. A rubicund old gentleman in Wall street was pointed out to us yesterday as having been Collector of tht Tort of JJew York for over fifty years. , He looked so, and. tho Port soeroed to agree with him JV. Y. Press. A strange Story is told ot two sisters at Borlin. About threo years ago one of these young ladies was engugod to be married, but on the bridal morning became so ill that she could not possi bly go to the cburch. The bride groom was a desirable one, and ho was i fish who, it seems, bad not easily been booked. There was, there...

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. — 27 March 1866

H3w vol. r. DALLES, OREGON, TUESDAY, MARCH lWO(K NO.33. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS KXOHPTID,) BV J. G. COWNE & J. IIALLORAX, KDIT0K9 AND PROPRIETOR?. TsBMa Tuj'nty-Jlvtcmti por week, pnynble to the carrier pur month, by mall, $1; three montha, J2 60; aix months, to; outs your, $3, Advertisements Inserted at low rates. Job Printing. Every description of plHln nnd fancy Job Printing exe- meu wim neatness and uospatcu, and forwarded aa per rder toutiy part of the couufy. liymmtJorJub Print tng muil be made on dtlivtry oy work. XV. II. IMJUttLASS', -Practical Watclimtilcor, And Dealer in gggfr frltE WATCHES &. JEWELHT, DALLES, OREO ON. Established ISO"?. BALDAV1N I3TCO., , DEALERS IN GRO c iExtxn: S ! CORNER OF Main nnd Union Streets, Dalles. ). C.BALDWIN . mti21-tf F. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE 1 FURNITURE DIEULAM Sc WENTZ, -ttfANITUfj,. GLOBE HOTEL BUILDINO. Household Furniture, .embracing Tablea, Cliaira, Bureaus Beds and Bedsteads, Bedding, Carpots c, etc., all of which wi...

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. — 27 March 1866

TUESDAY M08XIXG, MARCH 21, i860. 0)- NOTICE. During my absonce Mr. IUmiT Catlit will have chargo of this paper, and lie In authorized to trtmact nil Dullness pertaining tn tills office. March 25, 1860. JAMES 1IALL0RAN. The Sierra Nevada arrived at Port land last Saturday afternoon j she has . not a large passenger list. A valuable gold boarinff quartz " ledgo is reported as having been dis- nnnh A iiVinrn nn PAOTrtnr River. - In Oregon City Ihoy are agitating the necessity of purchasing a firo ens gine and laying water pipes through the streets. Refused Bail Gallagher, tho man arroslod in Portland, for tho killing of Buduo, has been refused tho privilege of giving bail. Up to Saturday, the O. S. K Co. hurl hi-nucht n n to the Dalles on their stock boat, this season, 910 horse, 253 beef cattle. 1.600 sheep, and 100 hogs. The Post Office Department has ordered printed stamped envelopes of all denominations which are divisi ble by -i, the present rate, from six cents to forty-two cents...

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. — 27 March 1866

Mnwccr, ' CS2 Money DIarWot.., Now Ynrk Gold Quotations Kan Kruuclsco Legal Tonder rates u. Jvifled Guns. Five rifled, eight inch guns camo op on the Falltinburg on her last arrival at Portland. Thoy are intended as a part of the arrna1 ment of Fort Stephens at the mouth oi the Columbia. They measure a little over twelvo foet from broech to muzzle, and tho Herald thinks they are "a little tho largest" it ever saw. Tnr, people of Walla Walla have just finished a new and commodious building for public school purposes At a cost of little over $2,000, DOIOCIIATIC TICKET. 'or Major JAMliS M. BIltD. For Rocurder JAMES A. CAMPBl'XL. for Treasurer 0. 8. SAVAGK. For Marshal N. It. PACKARD. ror Couuciltuen J. W. RLAKBNY, E. P. FIT7.GER- Al.l, W. r. AHLLKK, WH, MOADUS, A. W. FERGU r"" mnzote TO LET. 'VIE DESIRABLE RESIDENCE situited on the Bluff; M. rormsrly occupied by T. B. KELLY, is for rent. There are fire rooms, partly furnished: also ont houses: a good spring of cool water, together with...

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. — 27 March 1866

lailg $0itntaintct FACTS AND FANCIES. ., TnE Omnibus relates the following fitory of a man, who, wilbin the last lew days, means to turn to account the popular apprehension " of .poisoners, wuieh has prevailed tbere since the np pearance of the cholera. The individ ual in question, being exceedingly liungry, and having only a single coin of the value of a sou, laid it out in the purchase ot powdered sugar, and, as lie passed by the stand ot one of those pponiair cooks who make a sort of pancake called frittak, be dropped, ap pttrently by accident, some of the biigarinto the fryingpan. He was in Htuntly seized by the bystanders as a poisoner, caught in the act. Ho do. niod the imputation, and, at last, to prove bis innocence, offered to oat the oontonts of the pan. This proposition was accepted, ond ho accordingly dispatched the pancake with great relish, and thon walked off, well satisfied with the success of his trick. Ma. Blaze. At Neva I am called off shortly af tor my arrival, b...

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. — 28 March 1866

en ri -II 17. tuai vi s i if Mi tfA&M$M muiuiiuww. vol. r. DALLES, OREGON, WEDNEs'dAV. MAttCH 88, 1800. NO. SJ-4.-. PUBLISHED EVERY HOMING, . (MONDAYS EXCEPTED,) BY G. COWNE & J. 1IALLORAN, EDITORS AND PB0PEIST0H9. Tkrmb Tioenty-Jlvecmtt per week.'payable to the carrier 'per month, try mall, SI; three mouths, fi 6f tlx luiihths, to; one year, $8. Advertlsemeuts Inserted at low rutin. Job Printing. Every description of plan and fancy Job Printing exe nteil with neatness and despatch, aad forwarded as per order to any part of the country. liymtM Jbr Jot) Print ing Atm( be made oh tfelfeery oj work. W. 13. DOUGLASS, Practical Wat6hmnkcr, And Dealer in JrS I IXE WATCSifcS & JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. Established 1857. : DEALERS IN Groceries i . CORNER OF Main and Uulou Streets, Dalles. J. 0. BALDWIN iuh2l-tr- P.W.BALDWIN. rURNITUREJ FURNITURE 1)IEBLAM & WENTZ, 'VjWNITOj-, 0L0BK HOTEL BUILDING, Household Furniture, .embracing Tables, Chairs, Bureaus Metis aud Bedsteads, Bed...

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. — 28 March 1866

WKDN KSDAT MOUSING, MARCH 23, 1800. W NOTICE. During my nbsorice Sir. IIknbi C&TLlT will hnve charge of tills paper, and lie is authorized to tr intact all bailnro. pertaining to tills offlco. ' March 25, WW. JAMBS UALLORAN. W are indebted to Senator Nosmith for complete files of tho Congressional Globe. Another large hotel is to be built at Portland, on Front street poposite tbo Court House. A Go. Harry Cooper accopts Pat Bey Foy's challongo to fioticulTs, and says be will fight him for $1000 or 81,500, in Owyhee or anywhere elso. They appear to bo badly off for Judges in Idaho. Tho JforM charges McBrido with having gone East with. . . . ? . j ont leave, and say it s understood bo intends to resign. Da. Wiiittemore, formerly of tho a- cf .1 i . r t medical staff of tho 1st Oregon In- fuotry, camo up on tho steamer yes- trrday. He goes to Fort Colville as Assistant Surgeon. The Herald thinks that tbe recent telegraph dispatch announcing the ap' pointmont of W. II. Barnhart as In...

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. — 28 March 1866

03) Ilaiht lonstaiuccr. Money Market. New York Gold Quotations ....12l fcui Fraucisco Legal Tender ralei....,... 77J-j Epitome of Telegraphic News. COMPILED FROM ml 0BIKHMCUX. DATES TO MARCH S4. Chicago, Murch 23 Pike'i Opera House, la CiuciuUHti, whs totally destroyed by fire lat night. The Enquirer officii and 'adjoining buildings on Fourth street, were nUo burned, it was itio most destructive fire that ever vis ited Cincinnati, Loss $5u0,000. The Ohio Senate hits passed the eight bour biil with trifling amendments, and if they are agreed to by the House, the biil becomes a Uw July 1st. It makes eight hours a legal dajr'a work. The Rhode Island Union Convention, which nominated Gen. Burnsids lor Governor, put forward no pluforin,and the Democrats have decided not to nomiqnte a ticket because of a split iu tbs Union rauk. The other wing will probably nominate the present Qovernor Smith for re election-. The friends of Colorado do not despair of securing the admission of that territ...

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. — 28 March 1866

Mb Muwtmttr. BRICK FOMSROT'I COURTSHIP Those other girls of ours, as we are informed by letter, baa dono gono and got well locked into a tinkerest of the gospel who attends prayer meetings, swops horses, stands chaplain in the army, and gots drank on the sly I Oh dear. This is much misery I Where fore shall we fleo now 1 How we usod to do the courtipg for these girls, candy, poa-nuts, worm lozenges, pep permint drops, little drops of honey soap, night blooming for seriousness, and such evidence did we pour into them laps of hers whereon at vesper chimes this bead of onrs did rest, so u vrcotly rest Oh deur 1 0 ! K lista 1 We used to blacken oar boots, starch our hair, grease oar shirt and curled our eyebrows for them girls. And wo rode horses for her paternal derivative to cultivate cori; and we milked the liiiiidlo heifer as what no other boy could milk, and we split oven wood, und who would not for ber ma ? - And at night when bats came forth, and tumble bugs crawled over the lea,...

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. — 29 March 1866

VOL, T. DALLES, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH SO, 1800. no. as. rilBLlSUEl) EVERY MORNING, - (MONDAYS EXCEPTED,) BY E. CJ. CO WIVE & J. IIALCOIIAX, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. leasts TwtiUy-Jivt cent per week, payabltvto Che carrier per nioiilli, by mail, 11; three months, t'2 60 six muiithi, i ouo yew, $3. Advertisements Inserted at low rates. . Job Printing. . Every description of plnin auil fancy Job Printing exe iited with neatness aud despatch, and forwarded as per order to any part of the country. laymmtJor Job Print ino must 06 tnadt on delivery ey work.- IV. II. lOljLlS!V Pruotical WfttoliiMulcer, And Dealer la FIXE WATC HES A. JEWELRY, DALLES, OREGON. Sstubllslied 1857. BALDWIN BRO., ... DEALERS IN , ; GRO C 13 RIES ! CORNER OF Alain anil Union Streets, Dalle. J. C.BALDWIN mWl-tr , . V. W. BALDWIN. FURNITURE ! FURNITURE IilKRL A.TSL & WETS TZ, i . . . . -UHMITU -. OI.OBK IIOTKL BUILDINO. ; -V-: .-Viva II n n c n h a 1 H V n v n 1 1 ii i a .embracing Tables, Chairs, lluroaus ...

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. — 29 March 1866

THURSDAY MOOING, MARCH. 29, 1SC0. tV NOTICE. During my absence Mr. UiMtt CaTt-it will have charge of this paper, and he la authorised to transact nil bU'lnoss pertaining to thla office. March 25, 1800. JAMBS UALLORAX. Tog Imperiul army, in Mexico, is reported to be 20,000 effective roon. Trie telegraph company havo com plotcd the Injin of t'ueir now cable across tbo Willamette, at Portland.' , The first "cleanup" of the Wide Awake, ou Had Warrior Gulch, South Boise, this yoar, after a run of only twelve days, yielded $10,000. Just in Time Yesterday wo re ceived a copy of the San Francisco Call, dateJ February 28th, being only one month old wbon it came to hand. Caleb Lyon, Governor of Idaho, subscribed $500, of bis own private funds, to the Indian fund which has been gotten up for the extermination Or driving out of the Indians of that section. Fitz IluaH Ludlow, a writer ot considerable ability, author of the " Hasheesh Papers," and of tho rather extravagant. series of papers in 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. — 29 March 1866

i Tl rl nfm n i'l lin I'l likf v . Sloney Market. How York Quid Quotations , Kiiti Frunciitco Legal Tender rates ,.121 80 Epitome of Tclesraphlc News, fCOXl'ILED FROM Till OREQON1AN . DATES TO MARCH S4. - Cincinnati, March 24. Pike's Opera House U entirely in rnius. The A'nguirer ollico in ulao destroyed. The fire spread across liaker Btieet to the Adams Express stnblus, mid several bui dings on 3d street. The Express Company saved their valuable pack ages, but everything else was lo t. the total loss will reauu $2,000,000 ; Pike's loss lieirjg $10,00'), on which he had but a trifling insurance. It is supposed the fire was caused by an explosion ot l'us. New I'ork, March 24. Last evening the reaidence of John P. Moore, No. "100 Madison Avenue, was robbed of a tiu box containing $100,000 in United states securities. A re ward of $5,00 " is offered. Nothing further has been divulged about the robbery of $1,500, 0)0 from Lord's office, but mysterious advertisements lead to the belief t...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 29 March 1866

CHI DAILY M0UNTAINEEE OlHNESK MaNNKH OJfTiitTKOTHAL Betrothal, in China, is a matter with which tho parties most deeply con. corned have generally little to do lhoir paronls or guardians manago their betrothal much in the following manner : A person is employed oa a eo-be tween, or match maker between the families. The proverb says, " without ngo-betweon betrothal cannot beef tooted." This person may be either a man or a woman. Usually the go botween engaged by the family which lirst makes the proposal is employed hy both families in subsequent nego tiations. . Tho negotiation is genorally com menced by the family to which the hoy or young man belongs. Tho goi betwoon is furnished with a card, Hlr.ling the ancestral name, nnd eight characters which donole tho hour, day, monthnnd year of birth of the candidate for matrimony. This card he takes to the family indicated and tenders a proposal of marriage in re gard to a daughter in bnhalf of u 6on of tho party employing him. If tho pare...

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. — 30 March 1866

CI) a hi y i r 'u-fl v,fi vol.. r. DAIXES, OREGON, FRIDAY; MARCH 30, I8CO. NO. 3. V it5 nil w SlftY PUBLISHED EVER! MORNING, (MONDAYS KXOKPTKD,) BY E. G. COWNE & J. IIALl.ORAX, ' . EDITORS AND PROPRIETOR. : Vuv8- Twtnty-fiteemtt pur week, payable to the carrier par month, by mail. $1; three months, (2 60; six ivuiilbs,K; uue year,. AdvMtisetneuis Inserted at low raise. ,v , Job Printing. Kvery description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe ted with neatness and deBHtcu,and forwarded a per . erd" to any partflf thecuwntry. HttfmtHtJorJobi'rint my mutt Ik studs tm oWteery oj work. W. II. DOUGLASS, Practical Watohmukor, And Dealer In -g FIXE WATCHES A. JEWELKY, ' .' 1 'DALLES, OREGON. Established ItsiSr. BALDWIN BltO., ' DEALERS IN aROCERIES! ' CORNER OK Mnlnuud Union Streets, Dalles. J.C.BALDWIN nii2l-tf .F.W.BALDWIN. FURNITURE! FURNITURE DIKUIiAM &, WENTZ, -tlTMIT0. GLOBS HOTKL BUILDING, em in nnlUii fiitv. have on hand a varietr ' Household Furniture, embracing Tablea, Chai...

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. — 30 March 1866

flmttattucr. tMMT MOUSING, MARCH 80, I860. . 4V NOTICK. During my abaonce Mf. IUnxt CiTlkT ill have charge of tills paper, and In Is authorised to trmiact all budnoss pertaiuing o this olBca. March IB, 1606. JAMKS 1IALLORAN. Affray at Canyon City. We have received a letter from Canyon Cily dated tbe 24th inbt., which says that on the 23d inet. two men named John Grubb and C. Harr. Smith hud a dis pute and quarrel tbero.in wnich words, blowB and finully piutola wore need by both parties, that tbey then clinched, and that Grubb was shot in tbo groin while in the &ot of gouging out Smith's cyo. Grubb died in about an hour afterward. We would remark that wo prceumo the abovo is correct, but that tbe loiter from which we get tho inf'orraa tiort Is- without a signature, being dated the 24th inst., the morning on which the stage probably left, the writermay have inadvertently omittod his signature. In this connection let us' Buy that nowspapers are always very anxious to get hold of ev...

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. — 30 March 1866

Money Market. Npw York Gold QmiMtloiM 12t IUti Francisco Legal 'fender rates 8J Epitome of Telegraphic News. costriusD max th oncaoNiiX. DATISS TO MARCH 2T. 1 Chicnto, Mnri-li 27. Ttieliill ircear-inpr Hie in.miicr ul CudU Ht West Point, will be re- urleil ill H few days. Seiv York, Munli 27. The Herald" i Port Me., ppecir.l dispnich any : 'lii'ie whs n very l.ry.: nnd enthusiasMi: Feuiun demon-.-trillion lust Tvenincr. Tlie procc'vioii, a ii. I" a el the I'.-ehle Home, was n-Htcheil with much iiucri'si tiy tun Provincials -there as sembled. Tlie Atunatuik paj er d-niea that Hie Fenians in tbe extern section of the State intend to invade the Deigiiboritig proviuce of M'tv Urun.wick. . The Seuaie milium commit Ice. ve9terdnv lpasscd upon a Urge utitnber of applications I.ir military promotions and assignments ol West Poin Cadets to the regular anny, which will be acted tip on at tbe next executive ses kion of the Senate. ' The sum of $3b5,000 In fractional currency was yeaterdny deli...

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. — 30 March 1866

11 ma paito fltatainccr. ' fc-ACTS AND FANCIES. "Sal, what time doen your folks dine?" "Soon as you gocB tbat's missus' orders." - Aunt Botsey says, " a newspaper is liUo a wire, because every man should have one of bis own." Aunt Betsey is right. A young lady rofused to go into the Woolwich Arsenal, tho other day, be. cause cbe heard that some of the mus kets wero without breeches. There's Uelioacy, for you ! An old bachelor says, the most dif1 flcult operation in the practice of sup fiery, is taking the jaw out of a wo' man. The rascal! He ought to be wont to Salt Lake at once. Jerry Diggs remembered his miser ly uncle in his will, for be bequeathed .' To my mother's brother, a gun flint ad a knife to skin it with.'' A notorious cxaggerator, after de scribing an impossible tree, said to his auditor : " 1 would not have believed it myself, if I had not seen it." 'Well,' roplicd the dry listener, " I don't see A Frenchman having frequently hoard the word "press" made use ol to imply...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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