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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 8 November 1865

I A OTtTOOOIV, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMI3EII 8, 1SOC5. No. 70, PUBLISHED EVERY MQItNING, (MONOAYS EXCEPTED,) BY E. G. COWXE & J. IlAU.OUAIVj KDIT0U8 AND PltOPKIETOR?. HwcsaTmenty-fivecenU per weok, payalile to the carrier per niuntli, by mail, $1; three months, $250; aix montha, $5 j oue yonr, $8. Advertiaoinouta tuserted at low rates. Job Printing. Evory description of plain and fancy Job Printing oxo . tiled with neatness and despatch, and forwarded an per order toany part of thecuiiutry. Payment Jor Jub Print iag mutt be made on delivery t) work. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. HANDLE Y &SIiNOTT, Pron'rs. THIS POPUlAIt HOUSE, CSNTttALLY lOOATtD, Hoar the Steamboat Landing & Eailroad Depot, Has boon recontly oularged and improved, and will now accouunodato 300 G-TJESTS. 5T WILL II K CONDUCTED as horetoforo. oa a FIHST CLASS HOUSE, and tlio patronage of tho traveling iiublic la respectfully aollcite l. ' JW Haggugo tnkou totho House froe of charge Ilouae open all night. URGE FI...

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. — 8 November 1865

WEDNESDAY JIORNIJiG. IfOY. 8, IM S. The Island of Cuba is described as the land of the flea and the borne of the slave. Thi play of Hamlet, it is said, baa "sprung into sudden popularity " at Chicago. Tub Independent African is to be the name of a newspaper about to be started at Charles ton, South Carolina. A youso lady of some experience says that old bachelors are like new wood, rather bard to get started, but whon they do start tbey flame prodigiously. Tub stockholders of the Atlantic Telegraph Company have unanimously adopted the re 'port of the directors that a new contract be made for the construction of a new cable. Wb seldom regret having been too mild, too cautions, or too bumble; but we often regret having been too violent too precipi tate, or too proud. Quite a number of fire-proof brick build ings have been put up at Idaho City, and jnoro improvements of that character are contemplated. Baloui. Babaka, the last of the llamelukf s brought from Egypt by Napoleon the Great...

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. — 8 November 1865

IPnimtaittccr. Epitome of Telegraphic News. OOMPItED IBOU tm OREOONIAS. California News. San Francisco, Nurember 6. The schooner Milton Badger, Captain Harding, arrived yes terday ufU-rnoon, twelve days from Anadyr Bay, bringing nearly a month's later intelli gence from ttie Russian Telegraph expedition. The Milton liadgtr took up the exploring party comtuunded by Capt. 0. S. McIUy, and con sisting of Capt. Alexander Arnold, Alexander Harder, W. W. Robinson and Grafion Smiih. The last news brought by the Palmetto, which" arrived here on the 22d nil., stated lhat Ihe Milton liadjir set sail from Sitka to Anadyr Bay, on the 21st of Align t. She landed her Tarty safely in the Bay, when she left them, with a full outfit and prepared to pursue the t explorations of the Anadyr River, and thence across Ochotsk sea duritg the coming winter. They will use reindeer for the purpose, which lire found to be plenty in the vicinity. A let ter from Col. Bulkley, dated-Anadjr Bay, Oct. 9th, says all...

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. — 8 November 1865

0imtahuu , IIemos oj A Navioatou. TllO Colonist says that M. V. V. Brown, ono ot the party of pronpoctors under Captaia Torrons, who recently ro .turned from proflpocling lor gold tit Nootka Sound, lias found some most interesting rolica of tlio vinit of the groat navigator, Captain James Cook, to the wotsorn coast of this island. On the prospectors leaving Guyquina Arm, in Nootka Sound, in a whale- boat to return to Victoria, it uppoars that they camped for night in .Reso lution Inlot(so called from iho name of Oapt. Cook's ship j) while hero the party discovered u cluster of well made bricks, which hud evidently been uarihed over for ninny years, hut had boon left bare by tbo heavy rains that had fallen.. From inquires niado of the natives, our informant says they gathered,' that many years ugo, according to the statcmout of their forefathers, a number of King George mon had visited the Inlet, and ro- inainod thero somo time, and that it was those early visitors who had thoso left...

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. — 9 November 1865

or . .-. , - . ra him; o k? utr VOL. O. DALLES, OBKfJON, TI NO. 77. v ; ....... , v '-.v,f;,i I riliLISIIED EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS IXOIPTIO.) BY E. . ( OWSIE & J. HALLORAN, KDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Tirms JViiinfytJe cents per week, payable to the carrier per month, by mall, tl; three month, S3 60; six muni In, $0; oue year, 18. Advertisements lnaerted at low races. Job Printing. Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing wo men with neatness ana aespatcn, and forwarded aa per order to any part of the country. Payment Jot Job Print tng muii oe matte on aeuoery oj work. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. HANDLE Y & 8INNOTT, Prop'rs THIS POPULAR H0U8I, oivtrai.lt located, Near ftii Steamboat Landing & Bailroad Depot. lias been recently enlarged and improved, and will now Hccoium.'Uate 300 GUESTS. TT WILL UK CONDUCTED aa heretofore, as a FIRST M. CLASS IIOUHB, anil the patronags of the traveling nihllc is respectfully solicite-l. &f Baggage taken to the Ilouse free ...

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. — 9 November 1865

- aib Jlontitaiiieer. THURSDAY MORNING, NOT. 0, 1865. Gbasiity, who killed Garret, la Umatilla county few days since, has been held to bail in $2,000, which he has not procured. Nobody in Umatilla believes that Pomeroy, who said he bad been robbed of seventy oiinoes, was robbed at all. Gin. Solly's expedition against the Sionx, has proven a failure, and has returned to the frontiers of Minnesota. Tai people of Tennessee are singularly unanimous in support of President Johnson's po"7 " ' .Thanks to Waldron & Co., of the Post office Boole store, for files of Eastern and California papers. - ' A pabtizan editor In Nevada announced that the party platform of bis party was broad( and an opponent retorted that it was very flat. A PosT-orrioa has been established in Clarke county, Washington Territory, at Union Ridge. Asa Richardson has been ap pointed postmaster. Many of the streams in California have in creased considerably in volume since the earthquake, and many of the artesian wel...

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. — 9 November 1865

lailg lilauutaincm Nuhtb Boisi Quartz. Among tbe many quartz mining districts which contain good paying lodes, that ol Banner City, on Smith's Fork of North Boise, is among tbe richest and most extensive. , In August, 1864, the Banner Lode was found, running? alone the ton nf a ridge, between two gulches emptying into the North Boise, and during that Summer many hundreds of prospectors from Idaho City, distant about thirty miles, visited ihe neigh borhood. The consequence was the discov ery of many silver-bearing lode?, carryiug tbe precious metal with wonderful uni formity, and in quantities to suit the-most avaricioo.3. There seems to be one great cen tral lode in this district, running from south west to northeast. This is called the Black Warrior Lode, Some hundreds of feet to tbe we6t of it is the Banner Lode, which dips to the east, or towards tbe great vein. The same is true of all other veins 01 the west 'sido of the Black Warrior, among which are the Delaware, Wolverine and...

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. — 9 November 1865

CHD ountatncet K1HO CHOLURA. BU8?tCTTUUT DEDICATED TO TBI CITT PATBERS. A fearful whisper cornea lrom lh East Of a racing monster, gRuut and grim, Making of men a vnmpire feast, lilichertt and low: at, greatest and leat Aud all ha finds are food for Mint And ever westward he holds his way, Marching with slow, Insidious tread, His victims struggle and weep and pray, Anil iMHght cau his terrible imager stay Till bis path is strewn with a thoasand dead. Squalor h'e loves, and filth and crime; What shall wo do to avert his wrathf Can we nit purge our city in time. With charcoal, water, and Hprinkiod lime, And leave no place for his hideous path I Or, will our rulers no danger know Till at our door King Cliuhra halts, While dead carts hither and thither go, And Die thick air shudders with cries of woe, Aud everywhere gupo the burial aultst Take heed of tbo warning now take hood While still there is time our homo-' to savel For everywhere ripens the poisonous seed On which King Cholera lo...

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. — 10 November 1865

CI 3 IsffrTVlYfrT-n 1 aifcrj DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER lO, 180S. NO. 78. Von-, o. B IS HI mrmm i 11 11 m i ii rr i ' im. .-'i.-.v.'B-:i . - i mat .tr.m . o f .a JH ra h h. . m . JWi j m V PUBLISHED ETERI MORNING, (SI0NDAT8 EXCEPTED,) BY E. G. CO WIVE & J. HALLORAN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. tuna Twenty-five emit per week, payable to the carrier per month, by mail, $1; three months, (2 60; eix months, $5 ; one year, $8. Advertisement! inserted at low rates. Job Printing, Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe nted with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per order to any part of the country. Payihentjor Job Print ing must be mailt on delivery oj work. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. HAND EE Y & SINNOTT, I'rop'rs. IIIIS POPUHB J10U8I, OENTRAUT LOCATED, Jloar the Steamboat Landing & Railroad Depot, Him beon recently enlarged and improved, and will now accommodate 30 0- GUESTS. IT WILL BH CONDUCTED as heretofore, as a FIRST CLASS HOUSE, and the patro...

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 November 1865

r..- latlgPnmitainwr. FRIDAY MORNING. NOV. 10, 1805. MR. BOWLES' LETTERS ON OREGON' Mr. Bowles, who was one of the party ibat f?ame with Mr. Colfax to visit this part of the country, has written an account of his experiences to the Springfield (Mass.) Repub lican, which, while loo lengthy for re-publication, is of sufficient local interest to justify a passiDg notice. Mr. Bowles' style is de void of the egotism which characterized Mr. Ludlow's magazine article:on Oregon, and of that assumption of metropolitan super! ority which is so marked a feature of Mr.. Richardson's letters on the same subject. lie nlso deserves the thanks of our poo'ple for omit ting those impertinent reflections about per sons and things, which form, too often, the principal staple of tbo letters of itinorant ' newspaper men. Mr. Bowles' particular fault is that he appears to feel under a special ob ligation to say something very grand about the mountain scenery of our country, and in 80 doing, sh often rathe...

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 November 1865

oritttaiiucr Epitome or Telegraphic News. COMPILED FROM XIII OHIOONIAH. DATES TO OCTOBER 31. Atlantic Nnri, " Ktw York, Oct. 28. K. B. Ketchum was arraigned in the Court of General Sessions, before Recorder Hoffman lo-day. He with drew his plea of not Riiiliy on the indictment lor lorgery in tho tUird degree, Hnd put in a plea of guilty. It was aeree'l that bis sen- tencelie suspended until he could be exam ined in the civil cases now before the courts. New York, Oct 31. The ste imer Matichu. ttttt which has just arrived at Philadelphia from Key West, reports a tremendous gale on October 22d. Every vessel except the juaitacnuscltt went asbore in the harbor. A number of the members of the Fenian senate continued their spssion to-day. The proceedings were secret, but it was renorted that agents were to be sent to Ireland at once to oganizB for the geat revolution, which it is believed will take a practicable shape in a short time. It is also Bttid that the Fenians have received the 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. — 10 November 1865

rag IP 0Mttaiiucrv ihe iLFfEOT of UUBTOM. jnoi many yoars Binco there came to Utah a Gentile, by toe name of Cornwall, , who alter arriving, here married a second wife, a widow, by tbe name of Graham, a resident of tho Bottle mont of Stringtown, on tho southern Bide of the Ogdon, whore he also loca ted himself, and iollowed the occupa tion of farming. . , ; x Somo difficulty concerning a water .ditch occurred between him and a neighbor, a Bhoriff and supposed Dan ito, which roaultod in a throat to take bis life.- lie eftorward became slightly involved in debt, and, as is generally Bupposed by his neighbors, started in company with another man on a pod riling tour to raiso moans to liquidate bis obligations. A charge wus pre ferred against him lor leaving tho country with the design to ovade the payment of his just debts. A writ was iflsuod by or under the direction of a celebrated nrcheo at Ogden, and the Danite sheriff with whom Corn wall had hud the prior difficulty de puted to se...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 11 November 1865

A- t Mxb Jit? MmMmtx. DALLES, OROON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER ll, .J5. NO. VOL. O. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS IXOIPTBD,) BT E. G. CO WIVE & J. IIALLORAN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. tlhMSTwaiiy-Hvecmti per week, payable to the carrier per month, by mail, $1; three months, (3 60; six months, $6; oue year, $8. Advertisements inserted at low rates. Job Printing. Firry description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe. uted with neatness and despatch, and furwarded as per order to any part of the country. Payment Jor Job Print ing ffluri be made on delivery cj work. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. HAND LEY & SIWOTT, Prop'r. THIS POPULAR H0U9I, 0IMIHALLT LOCATED, Near the Steamboat Landing A Railroad Depot, lias been recently Enlarged and improved, and will now accommodate 300 GUESTS. IT WILL BM CONDUCTED as heretofore, as a FIRST CLASH HOUSE, and the patronage of the traveling public is respectfully sulicite 1. Mi" llaggage taken to the House free of charge. House open all uigiit. '...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 11 November 1865

a 3 D'ailglPotitttaiitttr. SATURDAY MOBXIXG, NOV. 11, 18G5. Tui cholera is on shipboard at lbs quaran tine grounds near Mew York. Tub office of justice of the peace for the second district in San Francisco, is worth $25,000 a year. Parson Bhownlow is in favor of colonizing the negroes on this continent, separate from the whites. ' The race of a two mile dash comes off be tween 11 and 12 o'clock lo day, over the Wasco County course. A SAiLon described a young woman who was addicted to tight lacing, as being too small in the waist to work well in stays. Tbustbn Polk, ooce Senator from Missouri, lms been pardoned and restored to all bis rights and immunities; Mb. Bowles thinks that Oiegon Is to be the New England of the West. It is more likely to become the Missouri of the Pacific. It is thought that the railroad massacres at the East mny bo designed to reduce the num ber of travelers to-the capacity of the roads. TnK lack of interest in religious matters at the East i attributed to po...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 11 November 1865

C33 iaib lllouutatnttr. Epitome of Telegraphic News.: fconpuxD raoM ih oreoosiiax. WALDHOM BKOS., Wholesale & Eetail Druggists, Main Street, Dalles, Oregon. WE NOW OCCUPY OUlt .NEW TWO STORY FIR R proof 8tuiie building, opposite llloch, Miller -A id offer to the nubile a full and complete stuck of iu unomicais, consisting lu part or WAGON & CARRIAGE DATES TO NOVEMBER f . Atlantle Kews. New York, Nov. 1. The Mutamorns corres pondence of the Herald, dated October 25tb, ttntea that the attack on Mat i moras cotn- menced tho Sunday previous by the Liber als, lhe tact of their being led upon ihe town in three HneB of battle, led to the be lief thut they were commanded by American olficora, as they had never formed that way botore. Waehington, Nov. 3. The following dis patch fiom the President to ihe Governor of Georgia, has been published : Washington, Oct. 28. To Johnson, Provisional (jovrrtior of Georgia : 1 be peo- pie of Georgia should not hesitate a single moment in renudimi...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 11 November 1865

on Immigrants and the Natch ess Road. Mr. T. R. Berry, writing from Walla Walla on the 18 nit., Bays that thirty teams bad crossed the Columbia river at Wallula for Pugel Sound. Whether they will com through, or be induced to turn back and go to Oregon, remains to be seen. Our people can congratulate them., flelvos that they so well succeeded in opening the road, and that a few emis grants have come in by that routo, and amply demonstrated its feasibili ty. Opposition to tho rcrad, we re gret to say, has beon waged from tbe first, not only from Orogonians and people east of tho mountains, but from porsons living on the Sound, through sheer joalousy, and it has been kept up since the completion of tbe road, in tbe circulation of fitlso reports among tho immigrants and turning tliem to Oregon. We have posilivo evidence that tho impression was assiduously sproad at Walla Walla that the tho routo was impiac tidablo- There have been a few per' eons, however, east of tho mountains, who ha...

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. — 12 November 1865

i vol. o. . yJ0P, 2 DALLES, OREGON, S5 ountahtm; PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS KXCEPTRD,) BY E. G. COWKE & J. IIALLORA, EDIT01I8 AND PROPRIETORS. Tsims TiocKf y;ittecents por week, paynble to the carrier per month, by niailt $1; three months, $2 60 six mouths, $5; one year, $8. Advertisements inserted at tow rates. Job Printing. Kvery description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe- ntod with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per eri'ertoany part or the country, uynentjor Joorrxnl ing must He made on (ten very 07 worA. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. IIANDLI2Y &SlAAOTTt I'rop'rs. THIS POPULAR H0B8B, CWTRALLV LOCATED, Near the Steamboat landing & Bailroad Sopot, Has boen recently enlarged and improved, and will now accommodate V 30 0 CrUKHTS. ' - IT WILL I1K CONDUCTED as heretofore, as a FIRST JL CLASS UOUSli, ami the patronage or the traveling publWa respectfully soliclte-l. 3 Bnggiie taken to the House froe of charge. House open all night. LARGE FIRE-PROOF SAF...

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. — 12 November 1865

C2 ;uljjff)hntttanucr. SUNDAY MORNING, NOV. 12, IM.5. ' Sixtt thousand persons have died this year in Constantinople, of cholera. - Tina is- ai great demand for tenement lioufos at Boise City. Tun fishermen about San Francisco assert tliat fish would not bite for some daijs after the earthquake. Is the last week the Tenino and Net Percet Chief have both ruo from G'elile to Umatilla in ten hours and twenty minutes. A lsttib from Galena says Gen. Grant is talking of taking a tour in Europe, to be ab le it two years. Mr. Bowles says of The Emporium, "-ships and ocean steamers of tlie highest class coin readily bilher." Be should1 bivve added, "except oa Fiidays, and other days of tbe week." . Ma, Mitouslii, tbe Dumooralio nominee for Congress in Nevada, Is spoken of as " a prom ising young man." This is true of most can di lates for Congress they promise more than fiey perform. Election' m Nnw Mkxico The Congres sional oootest In New Mexico between Froth ciscd Perea, lare delegate, and...

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. — 12 November 1865

Wholesale & Retail Druggists, Epitome of Telegraphic News. fCOMPIUtD MOM TIH OBMONIUt. DATES TO NOVEMBER 8. Atlantic Kewi, Washington, Nov. 7. Tbe National Intelli gencer, iu noticing a visit to the President jea terdny of a delegation of ladies from Balti more, Hnd loo presentation of a petition nu merously signed, seeking the clemency of the 'Executive in behalf 01' Jeff. Davis, snys the interview was a protracted one, and of a most ngreenble character. The fair petitioners left the city rairying with them a most pleasura ble impression of the President. lie reg et ted that tbe national character of the question lestrained all private sympathy which they might awaken. He made the important state ment that complete arrangements bad been made for the early legal trial of Davis ac cording to the laws of the laud. Slilwaukie, Nov. 8 Returns from seventeen precincts, including tbe principal cities, gives Fairchild, (Uuioo) lor Governor, 1,687 ma jority. The result of tbe vote upon ...

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. — 12 November 1865

Generous Neoroeb. The Negro Convention which assembled at Sjic- remento the other day, repreeentea a total population ot 3,420 negroes. If it lacked a constituency, loo lon vention proved by its action that it did not lack either sympathy or ae termination. The representatives of the 3,500 colored people promised 40,U00 negro soldiers to am tne lnsn in obtaining the independence of Ire land an exhibition of gonerosity we have never before seon equalled. How 40,000 is to como out of 3,500 is not explained. Moronver.tho delegations to the Convention folt very bad be cause the Hungarian Poles have not eeoured their independence. Consid. ering that tho Polanders. in their late rebellion, rebolled against Russia bo cause the latter Power had pronounc ed against human slavery, we consider the action of the Negro Convention as positive proof of the capacity of the negro race to manage the affairs of tho world, as well as evidence ot us determined hostility to slavery. The representatives o...

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