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WII.MAN O. NKWIM. .,r..........n)IT01.
lilNDAY MOBJilNfl, MABCD 6, 180. "
Weekly Mountaineer. (
The Wieilt Mouhtainekr, containing 19 columns of
reading matter, in pnbliahed and rondy for delivery to
iiiberribere. Price 3' per annum. Single ntunbera, In
Tui total number of colored troops now ia
tbe service of the United States is 60,000, with
quite as many negroes-not armed in tbe ser
vice of the Quartermaster's, Commissary's and
Engineer's departments. ?
"Badiis In arms fSOeitra," te the append-,
age to a show advertisement in a Salt bake
paper. We think Hnnager Waldron should
adopt some sueb measure here, making it par
ticularly applicable to noisy ones. '
Arbitais, Tlla names-entered on tbe Uma
tilla House register. on Friday, footed opO?'.
These were the arrivals for a single day, and
were in addition to the crowd that bad been
stopping at tbe Umatilla for several days back.
Ocr Nkxt President. The probability of
the re-nomination ot President Lincoln seems
to increase, according to accounts from Wash-,
irgton. Indeed,, no suitable Union Republic
can statesman, seeing willing- to stand in his
Tui decision of the Supreme Court of Cali
fornia, rejecting tbe soldiers' vote, promises a
plentiful harvest of trouble. In some of tbe
counties the local officers were elected by the
soldiers' vote, and throwing, this vote out lets.,
the copperheads in. Tbe loyal citizens refuse
to submit to the rule of traitors, and threaten
to resist tbeir Induction Into office by force. Tbe-
ense is again before the Supreme Court for a
rehearing, and possibly a more satisfactory
decision may yet be arrived ot.
CnowuKD. Owing to tbe detention of the
p river steamers, animmense number of per
ecus are compelled' to remain at' tho-Dalles,
who would otherwise be on tbelr way to tbe
upper country. All the hotels are crowded to
overflowing,., and in the event f another in
flux of strangers, the hotels will be compelled
to turn applicants away. Every description
of sleeping accommodation has already been
called into requisition, and. yet notwithstand
ing Inereased'accommoiUtions. the botola are
nrgutly obl'ged to turn scores and scores of
Demand for Hands. A responsible party
requests us to sny that there is a great demand
for hands at Canyon City, and that good men
can command from $5 to $0 per day for1 the
season. We are assured tfctt a ve:y large
number of men can command employment at
tbtBe figures. Wo commend this fact to the
attention ot the thousands who Are now mov
in g.-to tUe upper country. From Canyon City,
there-re easy access to Boise, Owybce, and in
fact the richest mining districts in the North
ern country, and hence there is no risk in go
ing by way of Canyon City.
Tua.tri. Tbe Theatre was crowded last
night tw witness for tbe first time in this city,
the great drama of "Rob Roy Mocgregor," the
characters in which, were excellently render
ed by Mrs. Hajm, Mrs. Tbaj er, Miss Gass, Mrs
Waldron, Mr. Waldron, Mr. Mortimer, and tbe
members of the company, all of whom were
well up in their parts. To-night, (Sunday)
Sbakspeare's great- tragedy of Richard III;,
with Mr. Waldron as Richard-, and the balance
of the characters cast to the- full strength of
tbo company. Go early to see are seats.
- Tub Dbaft. The Sacramento Sit has In
formation, of the correctness of which there
can be no doubt, that orders are on their way.
from Washington, for tbe raisirrg.of-sis regi
ments of infantry in California, for service
upon the Pacific coast. As it is impossible at
the present time to raise men enough by vol
unteering to even fill up the ranks of tbe regi
ments already raised, it is pretty evident that
a draft will be resorted to lor the purpose of
raiting the required number of meu six or
teventhousand to answer tbe demand. Tbe
new law of drafting abolishes classes, and
takes indiscriminately, every American or nat
uralized citizen between the pges of eighteen
and forty-five. The cause of this requisition
is sot stated,, but it may be the fact that tbe
time of tbe largest portion of the volunteers
expires during the present j ear.: Tbe rumor
ed proposed attack of the sccesh-British-Chinese
fleet upon San Francisco, or the near ap
proach of the Freneh fleet to our frontiers,
Also may have, prompted, thjs nreparatlch for
cur defease. .--it
Canyon Cltjr Prtrelnet Heating.
In pursuance of a call, tbe citizens of Can
yon City met in Primary Convention (rnV the
27th ult., and organ! Jed by , the electron of
J. A. Kleiser a chairman, and A. 7 Power
secretary. ' The following gentlemen wsnsr
elected delegates to the Union County Con-,
vention i A. J. Borland, Jt'N.' Davidson, J. A.
Klererr. A. 9. Power," f. H. Putnam, D. Luce,
N. A. Trowbridge, Tbos. H. Brents, A. J. Hash,
W. II. Vineyard, O. Doane, Ht Tucker. The
following preamble and resolutions, expres
sive ofl the sense of the meeting were also
adopted;; . , ....... v.. .., ,, , ,.;...,,
WusRgAS, at- the present juncture- of our
national existence, a most unholy and inex
cusable insurrection disturbs tbe peace of our
country, and1, threatens tba disintegration, of
our confederation, and tbe overthrow of our
government ; and whereas, war is at all, times
to be greatly deprecated, and only to be pre
ferred to tyranny on, the one, hand, and anar
chy on the other) Therefore, be it. '
Retolwd, T.bat,. In. order to effect the son
summation of a speedy and lasting peaca, se
curing to ourselves and our posterity tbe in
estimable blessing of a permanent republican
government, it is tbe obligatory duty of every
American citizen to render to his country, in
this hour of her extremity, his entire and un
qualified assistance and-support.
licsoltud, That, while we regard it as-aa in.
alit nable franchise of a free people to criticise
the acts and policy of its rulers; yet the abuse
ot this privilege, in a licentious and disloyal
manner, for the purpose of distracting that
confidence in them which is necessary to, en
able them to steer tbe ship of State intottbe
port of a triumphant peace, as practiced. by.
copperheads throughout the. hind, deserves
the pungent denunciation of all loyal men.
Resolved, That tbe Federal Union, as estab
lished by our torefuthcrs, is paramount in
value to the institution of human slavery,, or
any. other institution based upou the principle
Rttolved, That liberty and tbe Union shonld
be maintained and defended even unto the
sacrifice of life; and that our first and high
est allegiance, under God, is due to tbe Gov
ernment of. tbe United States of America. .'
Rttolved, That we repose full, implicit, and
unshaken confidence in tbe patriotism and no
yravering integrity of tbe President of the
United States, Abraham Linoolh; aad believ
ing him to be tbe most suitable person, under
the direction of Heaven, to lead our country
through the present contest, we would rejoice
in bis re-election.
Jietohed,. Vaat tbe Army and Navy of the
United States, for tbeir self sacrificing ardor
and disinterested patriotism, evinced in tpslr
endeavors to maintain and perpetuate tbe free
institutions bequeathed to us by our forefath
ers, deserve the richest encomiums of a grate
tut nation. A. J. Uobiand, 1
J no. M. Davidson, l Com!
Tbos. 11. Brints. J I
Rapid Changes. la forty years Mexico has
bad thirty-six different forms of Government,
and seventy Presidents. It is not strange that
country which is thus forever changing its
form of government should fall an easy prey
to tbe first bold robber who badlth'e courage
to pluck the fruit. Many of ear own troubles
are directly to be attributed to tbe frequent
change of rulers. The interests of the people
would be much better subserved if tbe Presi
dent was elected for ten years instead of four.
The war is fast bringing this fact borne to tbe
people, tire first manifestation, of which is
seen- in" tbe determination tore-elect Pres
dent Lincoln. Just at this lime there is an ab
solute necessity that President Lincoln be con
tinued in office until tbe war is over, but tbe
precedent will be applied in-other cases, and
Boon the President's office will' cease, to be a
mere foot-ball, thrown up for the amusement
of those wh3 make politics a trade. If pos
sible, tbe Constitution should be so amended
as to elect tbe President for a term of ten
years, but fa. ling in this, tbe people have it
in their-power to continue the Chief Execu
tive In office- twelve years. Let this practice
once be adopted, and the country will be rid
of that wild scramble for office which in a
great measure led-to tbe present unhappy civ 11
Another Crowd. Tbe Idaho came .up yes
terday loaded to ber guardsyand with passen
gers as tuick.as they couHd stand. On Friday,
it is estimated that tbe ldahr-&a Irii Wough
up together lull five hundred passengers. The
same boats bfowgbt up an equal number yes
terday, or a total of one thousandiintwdiys
President Linoolh is said to have a- g
joke upon all applicants for office. lie says
be has but one vacant place, and that is th
command of tbe Army of the Potomac. All
decline that, and depart borne satisfied that
tbe President has made tneni tue best oner in
his power. .. - . . .... j ,-,
i Thanks. r'io vveiia, i-aigu Co , for very
many express favors. -
Thi Condemned Soldiib General Wright
having refused to-interfere In the case of pri
vate Ely, condemned to-death, for tbe crime of
desertlcWr, there- fs every remn to believe that
in accordance with the terras of hid sentence,
e was yesterday shot. We have afrcrariy stttW
ted that Col. Maury intervened to rave the uru
fortunate man's life, but without avail. Ely,
with tbe single exception of deserting his
post,, bad bVen a faithful soldier, ar d was re
garded as one of tbe best Men in His company.
Previous to entering the service, Ely lived in
Southern Oregon, and is said to have borne an
excellent reputation. - His fault was one fbr
which the regulations prescribe the penalty of
deatfl) but looHlngto tbe impunity with which
the law bad been-violated in numberless in
stances, it seems" bard that he alone out' of
thousands of deserters should be condemned
to die. The practice that has grown up among.-
civilized. nations-hnlf to shoot soldiers who
desert in tbe face of an enemy. This has been
tbe practice with our own Governmennt, and
under, tt the proper punishment for Ely's crime
would have been the- wearing of a ball and
chain for tbe balance of (he term. of. bis en
listment. General Wright, however, has seen"'
fit to pursue a different-course, and it is not
for civilians to question the acts of their mili
tary superiors. .
Detained The steamers Sprap, due at Ce-
lilo on Friday afternoon, and the Tettino, due
yesterday, bad not arrived at 7 o'clock last
evening. Nothing is known with certainty as
to the cause of this detention, but heavy winds
on tbe upper river are supposed to have com
pelled tbe steamers to tie up.
Five dollars- and1 costs, was the peftaffy n
covple of gentlemen paid yesterday for Indulg
ing in the luxury of racing horsey era the" fine1
of Main street. ' A few more'exnmples of this
kind will arrest the practice of turning our
principal thoroughfare into a race course.
Tlfa, the TJnderalgned Stable Kcepera, wish
Infr to eatabllah ratr iffiowr bMdneaa to LIYJC
KStt LET UVK, havo agreed upon tlfo follffxtWa; Raf en,
dv wnicir m wi i aDmii bxuii;ti.y. until inrtner not ce :
For alnRle AniMnf aw dwt to Hay and Grain $1 60
For alngle Animal pot iy to Hay 1 00
Fraingle Anininl per week to Hay und QraiuHH 8 00
Fortlngla Animal per week to Hay 6 00
For feedinK AnlinaU Hay In Corr.il ner head. u 74
Timothy, when aold per huiidrod......, 4 00
Other liny, when aold her hundred 8 00
- 1. DOWD,
I. M. EVANS,
T. W. COOK,
PAYNK A CO.,
TOMPKINS k CO.
Datlea, March 5, 1804. mr6-lr
,.Q. B. WALDRON.
11. 8. .Mortimer.
Great Bill Tor Sumlav Ai-ht.
George 15. Waldronv
At niUIlAKU IX A
mm vniVMiiM r. gass,
Al LADY ANNE.
Other charactera by the STAR COMPANY.
Sunday Evening, March Gill,
Will be presented the grent Tragedy of
To conclude, with
THE STAGE STUUCK ARBEU.
Jaae Ctiatterly. Misi Vsaxcu It. OA89,
rs- In conaeqneflee of the tmmenae expenae attondlne
tlila enKaffemcnt, the price of admiaaion will beaafollowa:
To all purta of the tuuaae, 91 ; Heeerved 8eata 60 eta. extra.
uoora open at i o etuca ; uurtain naca at s. seals aecnreu
one day in advance. It
To.th Stockholder of the DALIJCS ANIT BOISE
ltOA DCONPAN Y The Stockholder of the DALLES
AND BUIHK HOAD COMPANY are rennexlMl to meet at
the Court Houae. in Dallea City, on TUESDAY, the 14th
day of March, A. D. 1804, at 1 o'clock, P. of aald day, for
tho purpoae or conaioering tne propriety ot tranatering a
portion of aald Stock aud ita!, with a view to Ita apeedy
completion. A Rereral attendance la requeald by the
Uoardor Director!. N. ib.UA'l'jss,
Prealdent Board of.Diroctora.
Dallea City, March 3, 1804. . mr4-td
UlutsMollou of Co-I'arliiCKsliip,
rphe Partnership heretofore!' nciittna; between
M. laldor, David A Herman Sliirpaer, under the namo
and atyle of SHIItl'lilt BHOTlIEItS, Victoria, Vancou
ver Ialaud, and Dallea, Oregon, la tills day diaaolved by
mutual conaent. David Shirnaor will pay and collect all
debta in Vancouver iBland, und laldor A Herman Shirpsur
win pay au ueuta in urogon una uaiuurma.
1SIDOB. 8HIRPSER, .
Dallea. March. S 1804.. nii-4-lw
The biiaincNa at the Dalloa will be carried on by laidor
A Horman Shii-piier under tho-nanic of 1. H.SIlUtlVjER.
ureffonian copy one weet..,
S70II SALE Oils TO UE.VJF
mix iMrarvand dcairable STORK. occiiDicd b IIKF-
JL RON A PITTS, corner of Second and Washington
atreoiB, 10 oiiuruu lur aaio or to renii. apply to
fcll-tl IM. L. IIKVRON.
QWi Iba. flue Tea, the choiveet brauda in
For Hale bv
HCMASOK. TOCKINO A CO.
K-eg ort dnatln. from M fiuu
Vurt lvbj HUMASON, tfTOCKlNU k CO,
he Oregon. Steam Natfeatfon Co
! Daily liue;
On and after Monday, February Cfftli. until
furthor notice the O. 8. .N . Cuniuxftr will dwiwtin A
Steamer fiir ' . -. ,
EVERY tftff ; (fOncliys excepted.)
The Passehger Train,
To connect with the STEASrRKS AT t'KMLAO, nfnrf
from the Railroad Depot, . ', ;
tff Heftrrtirtnrtlnjt.PMi'Wcera moat urocore tlielrTlik'
HiiIh 0).S).N..o?' Office . . -
TH' Steamer flneonln. C'nnt. J.
MrUlilT. will Umtt flALLKS. DAILY. (Snnduvn rx-
eejrtmll aV S o'clnck. a. m., for CASCADKS, cniinrrtlnic
wan iire-mmarn JL6U.N u. hunt. dipt. vtoi.v, ft.r
PorttaiKt. . r .- . , i , THANK T. DODGK.i
Dalle, Feb 37, lest,, nrrl-tf Aktnt O. 8. N. Cn
M lKi.ATHUU UV. Will
M leave WALLA WALLA aver fcw V?3ilCV
days, for BOI8K, with a ibz3$M&
Of good aulinala, up totlie 26th of this month, alter tthtfh
WiU . Iwre Walla- ?! Ibf Eoiae
Fowf Times a Week.
I(rcbfioctlon wttli Meaara. Thoniaa i Co."a Dally Llneo
Concord Concho from Wnlluln.
Vtalln Wulla, f cb. 9, 18li4. fi-VJ lw
HUMASON, STOCKING & CO,,
! VKOUSAU AXB TAIl K(.4kS IK
HARDWARE AO GKOCERII,
,' - , ; KEXT DOOR TO . ,
Seller' ,C-oclOiy Store,
MAIN STHF.KT, DALLES. OKKBOJt. n.ilU
MOUXTHOOD SMAYIXC SALOOX,
flhe uutUvslgned would le-
nymimrtf itiCorm the cltizeni of Dnllos aud
the public generally, that tlila
FASHIONABLE AND POPULAR SALOON
U atlll conducted on FIRST-CLASS PRIN
CIPLES, and all the brnucliee In connection
are performed with general aatlaraction, by
akillful and experienced workmen.
BATHS I BATHS ! BATHS T
In connection lanaalt of BATH ROOMS,
v ..... - - - .
where Warm, Cold, aud Shower Bat ha can
bo had at nil houra. mrtMf
t il IS. A. IIISOi.
'WatbAina&cr & Jcwfcr,
; Main Street, Dallea,
" it door to tat posi-omcc.
WIIOLI-.SALE AMD RRTAIt DEALER l!f
Groceries and Provision
.(Oppoaito Brown A Bro.) DALLES, OREGON.
jTtmietantly on hand a full and select
STORAGE AND COMMISSION MiK'JllANT. Oooila
ahlpped to order- -' .
.Who, rKKCll ami UltiKU rniii.
Alan. FHKSH FHUIT. and everv doecrlptlon of VEIIK-
TABLE8, Imported from San Friuiciaco, auppliea o whli li
mULhe coiutautly on hand. jlW-tf
, iron nalk.
The l.ot and BvlleUng, on Main Street,,
next to the UnmlUM lloune. known aa the CALI
FORNIA KXCliANttK. the COLUMBIA RESTAURANT,
and the MOVNTAINKER LACIKlt 1IKKH CEIXAIC, the
whole. paying a monthly runt of $43.
Alao, a DWELI.lNU.OUT-HOUSlii, and Spring Hume,
with a good aupply of npring water, and ONE ACllK OK
GROUND, well tmpruved with an aaaorlmcnt of Fndt
Treea and Flowers, fencnl In with a irow. clone buanled
fence from aix to ei:ht feet liluh.
Also, a DWELLrNG HOUSE and. TWO LOTS, with-a
well of apriug water, within the city limit.
For further partlctihu-a, uniuire of T. B. KELLY: or .
at thaMovNTAiNKKn OmcK. JalK-if
I. o. o. V.
COLUMBIA LODGE, No. 0,
j I. 0. O. F., nieuta every WEDNES-I
DAY EVENING, at 7 o'clock. In MaaonlcC
Hall. DnlleacitY. BrotUara ln-eood stand-1
lug arc invited to attend. C. R. MEIGS. N. II.
S. II. tlATtai. Secretary. R-lI-tfJ
. . l'OB SALE. .
I now oftVr-imy entire, atock of OOODS, cotwlatlng of
OKOCKR1KS, UtiBOltS, HAHDWAKK, Ac., Ac. at
coat and chnrgea. Partiea wiahtng to purchaae will pieaw
give mo a call lieftira imrchaaing elaewhere. -
Dallea City. Feb. IB, 1804. fel7-lm M. L.HEFRON'..
indlau Department Voueheriif
Wanted 1ND1 AN DEPARTMENT VOUCHERS,. focr
which the hlgheat price will be paid by
felO-tf 0. HUMASON.
Oalle. Coal OH, warranted flrat qmllly S
Foe aula by IUU M.UOMSTOUuM.NU AvUOs