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About The daily mountaineer. (Dalles, Or.) 1861-1866 | View This Issue
On one of tbe many bridges in Ghent
Btand two braeen images of father
and son, who obtained this distinguish
ed mark of tbe admiration of their
follow-oitizens by tbe following inci
dent! -Both the father and tbe son were,
for some offence against the State,
condemned to die. Some favorable
circumstance appearing on the side of
the son, be was granted a remission of
his sontenco under certain provisions ;
in short, he was offered pardon, on the
cruel and barbarous condition tbat he
would become the executioner of bis
father I .
lie at first resolutely refused to pre
serve bis life by means so fatal and de
testable. This is not to be wondered
at; for let us hope for tbe honor of our
nature, tbat there ore very few sons
who would not bare spurned with ab
horrence life sustainod on a condition
so horrible and unnatural. Tbe son,
though long inflexible,yiolded at length
to the entreaties ot a fond parent, who
represented to him tbat bis (tbe fath
er's) life was forfeited, and it would
bo the greatest possible consolation
for him to know that he was the in
strument of his son's preservation.
Tbo son consented to adopt tbe hor
rible means of recovering his life-and
liberty; he lifted the axe but, as it
was about to fall, his arm sank nerve
less, and the axe dropped from bis
hand. Had he as many lives as hairs,
bo could have yielded them all, ono
after another, rather than again con
ceive, muoh lesB perpetrate such an
act. Life, liberty, everything vanish
ed before the dearer interests of filial
affection; ho fell upon his father's
neck, and embracing bim, triumphant
ly exclaimed : "My father, my father I
wo die together 1" and then culled for
anothor executioner to fulfil tbe sen
tence of the law.
Hard must tbe hearts be bereft of
every sensation ot humanity which
could stand insensible spectators of
tho scene. A sudden appeal of invol
untary applause, mingled with groans
and sighs, rent the air. The execution
was suspended; and on a simple re
port of the transaction to tho authori
ties, both were pardoned. High re
wards and honors wore conferred on
tho son ; and finally thoso admirable
imngoa were raised, to oommemorato
a transaction so honorable to human
We Think So. The Oswego Times
wants to know if a man has torticollis
nnchololis of the radlus,paralyzalion of
tbe iter attestia idquarlem, vcnlricul
lum, oblibetatum of the laver labli su
periors uliquinnsi, and besides don't
leel very well himself, whether bo
would bo exempt from the draft.
Slanders issuing Irom beautiful lips,
are like spiders crawling from tbo
blushing hoart of a roso.
There is no such thing in tbe world
of naturo as dumb belles.
Impossibilities, like vicious dogs, fly
ueiure mm wuo in nuu mruiu or. mem
Private Residence in Dalles City
THE Valuable Private
Kosldonco of L. W. COM, and tlio
(joining ORNAMENTAL GROUNDS,
ftnit OOTTAQH belonging to MHS.
(IRAVKS. art offered for SALE. Cor
aArtieulars enquire Of W. C. MOODY, Esq, Dulles City,
or of 0. K. GRAVES. In Portland.
Tho above Property has recently been laid off Into
' 8M ALL LOTS, and ii now offered In section, to null pur-
HAKE & ROHIi,
MANUrACTUUM AXD IMFOltTEHS OF
Carriage, Concord, Buggy and Stage
L, I YI 13 ! LIME!
KB Hundred and fifty barrel Lime
Tor aalo cheap for cub.
nolWf R P FIT7.0ERALD
A FIRST-RATE ansortmunt. Including SAWS
8TKKL8, CLEAVERS, 8TKAK and SKINNING
jVN 1 VE8, 8CALE8, and evroythlHg necewuiry to the Ti ade,
Fosala ly luowj uumaoun, Biuuninu a w.
Indian Department Vouchers
anted INDIAN ukpahtmknt vuuuuisks, for
which the hiihost Drico will be paid by
itiilil1"- Nau Francisco Reftned
-2 I "MIP and Now York Crushed HJ0AU8. For
. . f . i .iivr Qiiuuiiriuii m. f,.-.
. . - .1 TI 1. -.1-
m , oiaen syrup, - !!i mmv
tjsr at the Family urocory oiore,uy
California Unit TeKftt And Fan Har
n, Carriage and Dftggy. Whips, Whulcbone and
California Stage Stocks and Lnalics, and
Silver Mounted MexIcahl'nqlUftf Saddle
fine Texan Rangor Saddles, California Mochlllas, aud flue
Engllih Shatter and Ladlea' Saddle I
Silver Mounted Hair and Fancy Bridles 1
(tnd Riding Whips, always on hand. A full assortment nf
Mexican fe California Bridle Bite tb, Spars!
Leather Hacked Brushes, Curry Combs and Cards, and a
genornl assortment of SADDLERY HARDWARE. Also,
on hand and made to order,
APARAJ0K3, oaronas and TAPOJOS !
, Repairing done with neatness and dispatch.
f4-lf Main street, opposite Washington.
flee, in Dalles
1883, March 17th....
ME paid Upon presentation at my of
City, the following County Orders:
Clan Ai. hi favor of
" " 20th..
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" April lSth.'i
" May Till...
II II 44 M
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II II 14 (
41 II U
14 14 .4 ((
44 II U
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14 II 44 (
44 44 t
" " 14th..
14 44 41 a
II 14 II ,(
II 44 M (
4. 4 4 44 (
" " 7th..
44 41 44 (
44 U II (,
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41 41 H
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14 II II (
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44 II II
44 14 II ((
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,.,,..48...., M m. Aldrich.
45 Win. Aldrich.
,...64,..Wilc)i A Clements.
....9lil , Ilrnliit,
....810. ,, K. Ilraliii.
,..9A0 .. W. C. Moody,
...JKi II. II. Hill,
AM C. R. Meigs,
..2 .450 C. White.
....134 A. II. Vanillin.
3 2i 0. N. Donny.
3 13 II. II. Lansdate.
3 21 U. II. Lansilulo.
3 UM It. II. Lansdale.
3 244 It. II. Unsdale.
3 .246 II. II. tansdale.
8 .227 . II. Lansdale.
3 229 M. P. Oilliam.
3 221 M. P. Oilliam.
8 220. F. W. McDanlcls.
8 2Rfl....James 8. Reynolds.
2 MM C. 0. Crisnmn.
3 Ill R. II. Lansdalu.
3 .410 K. H. Lansilalo.
3 .408 K. II. Lansdale.
8 ZH N. Olnoy.
B .414 N. 01 net;.
3 .427 II, II. Lansdale.
3 205 Journal Olllco,
B 88 Thomas Oordon.
3 .438 J. l. Harford.
3 453 R. II. Lansdale.
II 452..,, R. II. Lahsdale.
8 .451 R. II. Lansdale.
3 28 W. II. Newell.
2 .925 W. II. Newell.
3 .450 Rohblns k Vallard,
L. 0. Tomlinson.
,.L. C. Tomlinson.
Dr. C. Desch.
,..!(. II. Lansdale.
R. II. Harford.
R. B. Harford.
J. R. Harford.
3 &to R. II. Lansdale.
3 535 M. P. Berry,
March 0. 1864.
...3 .532. M. P. Borry.
... Di V. li. jirooks.
...8 4A. C. B. Brooks.
...3........5K7 J. B. Harford.
...3 Jb J. B. Harford.
...8 .000 M. P. Bcrrv,
...3 .6U5 M. P. Burry.
...a m .11. r. uerry.
...3 .603 M. P. Berry.
...8 .01 M. P. Berry,
...3 JWO M. P. Berry,
...3 jm M. P. Berry,
II. J. WALDllON.
Treasurer of Wasco Connty.
State of Oregonflater County, SS: Dyrlrtue
of an execntlou issued ont of the Circuit Court of tins
County, against the Goods and Chattels, Lands and Tene
ncnts of 11KMIY FULLKK. I have seised all the rlzlit
and tltlo which tho said HKNHY FULLKlt had on 51 ON.
DAY, the 2d day of Novcmlier, A. D., 1863, or at any time
since, of, In and to the following described Premises, which
I shall expose for sale, as the law directs, at PUBLIC
AUCTION, before tho Court House door, in Auburn, in
said County of Baker, on MONDAY, the 2d day of May.
A. p., 1864, to-wlt i All that certain piece, or pircel of
mining ground Known as tne (UbiiKii uiiuunu, pur
chased by the said Fuller from Anderson ; situated In
French Gulch, Blue Canyon Mining District, In said Coun
ty, being the Flat Claims originally located by Josiah
Jones and John Kllmore, below, and Joining the Claims
of Cvmstock and Johnson, and sold to them by Jones, on
the 18th day of August, A. 1863. Also, one-fourth In
terest In Claims in Humbug Gulch, in said County aud
District, and described as follows: Commencing at Wil
low Creek, and running oleven hundred and twenty feut
to a certain stake, and one hundred Doing fifty foot wide;
also, two gulch claims three hundred feet in length, and
located originally by Grow and Pasnusky, Just abore the
mouth of Humbug Gulch, and two flat claims located di
rectly west of the above named Claims on Willow Creek,
and originally located by Watson and Cnloy, and two flat
or hill Claims still directly west and adjoining these last
named Claims, and reaching over on to Wiusor Gulch-
the same being originally located by Watson k Posey.
The said flat and hill Claims being one hundred and fifty
loot square eacn. w. n, ratt-iv, Bliorin,
By K. 0. BARNARD, Depntv.
February 10, A. a., 1664. m2-w4w
rsrhe Lot and Bulldlnp;. on Main Street
Ja. next to the Umatilla House, known as the CALI
FORNIA KXCHANGK, thoCOI.UMUIA RESTAURANT,
and the MOUNTAIN KKK LAG Kit 1IKKK CELLAR, the
wuoie paying a mommy rem oi 94f
Also, a DWKLLINO.OUT-HOUSKd. and Soring House.
with a good supply of spring water, and ONK ACRH OF
GROUND, well improved with an assortment of Fruit
Trees and Flowers, fonced in with a now close lioarded
fence from six to eight feet high.
Also, a DWELLING 1IOU8K and TWO LOTS, with a
well of spring water, within the city limits.
For further particulars, enquire of T. B. KRLLYi or
at the MocxTAixEcti Wijce. jaimtf
BOOK & JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
First Street, between Main and B,
DALLES ...i. OREGON.
JOB PRINTING Ot EVERY VARIETY
Executed With accuracy and dispatch.
IN A STYLE THAT WILL COMPARE FAVORABLY
With the very best, and
AT BATES A3 CflEAP AS TftE CHEAPEST
TO OUDHH !
Cards .and It i 1 1-If e a d s .
CHECKS, DHAFTS, SECEIITS,
POSTERS AND PROGRAMMES
THEATRES, CONCERTS EXHIBITIONS,
crc, a-c, a.c,
PRINTED IN Till MOST ATTRACTIVE MANNt.lt. ALSO,
BILLS OF FAKE,
Uriel and Pamphlets,
VWTiav, wEDbiya axd at home" cards
In short, everything that can be done 111 a Moult and Jnh
Printing ORice, from the smallest and most di'lk-atnCahl
or Circular, to the largest sise and most showy posting
Hilt una wnicn win ue itirneu out in a style mat cannot
foil to Insure entire satisfaction.
OUR FACILITIES VOR THE EXECUTION Of
In the most beautiful Colors, Shades aud Tints.
Such as Fancy Posting Bills !
From a single Sheet to the Largest Muiniuoth,
OR NA ilENTA L SIIO W CARDS.
Are nnsurpassod by those of any other establishment in
Oregon. We devote special attention to this branch of the
business, and ore continually adding to our already exten
sive and well appointed assortment of material,
NEW TYPES, BORDERS, ORNAMENTS,
fCsf tfC, tCsf
Of tbe most modern and elaborate designs. Our stock o
FANCY INKS, TINTS. AC, '
Are of tbe finest quality, mid for rtchtiou of color und
durability, cannot be equaled tn the Htate.
The principle upon which buninoni in otlced for thin en-
tabl.nhu.ent i. that person., will consult their own inter
ests, by awarding their cuntoin to thut office in which
their money can ue expemieu to tne Pest wivantatee. To
thin end we solicit all In want of irood Printinir. at rerv
reasonable charges, ti call and examine specimens, and
judge tor yourselves.
Orders from the Upper Country
Wilt have our special care, and friends from the Interior
may rely upon having their orders filled promptly, as we
HAVE THE ONLY IMPROVED GQRMN POWER PRESS
In tbe Htate of Oregon !
, . MOUNTAINEER OFFICE
ni!8-tf Dalles, Oregon.
SIGNS! SIGNS! SIGNS!
O. S. SAVAGE.
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER.
art a wmTrsnot
Colors, Putty, Dmslies. Glue etc.
Paper Hangings, Window Shades, Fixtures, 4c. 1-tf
DALiL.CS CITY DHUtt STOKE.
WHOLBSALi AND RETAIL
DEALER IN DRUGS.
Perfumery, Fancy Soaps,
PATENT MKDICINF.g, ke. 1-tf
Tsj hereby jriven that the Htorkholders of tne CKNJ
JL THAI, huau Ann liuiimti lumka.m win meet
Auburn, Uaktr county, Orogon, on FIIIUA Y. the 11th day
of March, A.Ik,llit)4ftoeleckUtrectorsof tbe Incorporutiou.
OKO. H LOCUM,
JOHN A. LYTLK,
Auburn, Jan 28,1804. ;iell-80ill Iucornurstors.
TIIK SUDHCIIIBKR hastnaitearranitemenU to recelTS
vory TU8KDAY a lull supply of
Josslyn's Superior flutter.
Families and other, will bo supplied on application.
Ja26ltf ,.. '. M.KKN10.
M tin Street, Dalle.
Corner or Third and U Si's.,
JOHN EPPINGEB, .- . Froprieto?
riMIK CNDKKSIONKD WOULD' RESPKCTI'i;!,
X ly inform his friends and the public, hat tye ftifj ' 1 "l
has completed and opened a fine three story HtK I!!JJl
TKUon the corner of Third and Bstreets'. Uiilles, JLilillk
aud has pleasant and commodious rooms fut the conveil?
ience of Travelers, aud has furnished the same in jrd'
style, as he has the house throughout, aud is prepared tiif
the patronage Of the public.
FINIS DINING 1I00M3 AND PAliLOHS
ate attached to tile bouse, and all tbe conveniences rripil ,
Kite for a well regulated Hotel. Nu pains will he suirer
tn reudor cuests comfortable iind give the moat perfect'
satlsfaotloi? to all who may favor the house with their it'
rouage. The house is pleasantly situated in a quiet por
tion of the cify, and" will be found a desirable place ol
abode' to the traveling public.
mom John Ki'i'iMiKir.-
ii i:itv HIVM.,
IJROPKIKTOU AND COMMANDKll IN ClIIKF.mc
. respectfully auuouui es to his friends nnd tlieVjf
balance of niaukiuil, that he has orected at the In- i
tersectlon of Second street anil the Canyon City v
ltooil, the largest and most complete Brewing establislf)
tneut 111 tile Statu, known as the
Coltimbia. Brewery,- ,
where he Is prepared to receive orders both from city untl'
couutry for his
SUPERIOR LAGER BEER.
Till) Knllroad passing immediately in front of tbs)
Brewery, he has superior facilities for tilling orders Iroin
the upper count. y, at the Very lowest rati's.
A handsomely fitted up Saloon attached to the Brew'
fry, whert) LAUEH is retailed for the uccomniodatiou of
Also, a neatly furnished room tor tbe accommodation'
of private parties.
Dalles, April 28, 1863. PROPKIKTOn.
(Basoinent stsry, noxt to the Umatilla Ilonse,)
ti. A. STANGL.EIV, Proprietor.
rgVW UNDKRSIONKD INFORMS IIIS FRIRNBH anil
JL the imblic, that under his direetion the " Mou.x
taineek'' will sustain the reputation of a No. 1
J-iOfyer I3eer Saloon.
Also, choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
BiiU-tf G. A. 8TANOLKN.
County OF BAKKII, SS: By virtue of an Execu
tion Issues) out of the County Court, lu and fur sold
County, against the Uoods. Chatties. Lands and Tenement
of JOSIAH KlItl.KW. I have seized all tho right, tltlo
and interest, which the said JOSIAH KIKLKW. had mi
THU11SDAY, the 7th day of January, A. 18M, of. In,
and to tho following described premises, which 1 shall ex
pose for sale, as the law directs, at PUBLIC AUCTION,
on SATURDAY, the 2d day of April, A. v., 1864. at ot.
o'clock, p. v., before the Court Honso door of Auburn. In
wild County, four MINING CLAIMS, lying next ahovit
claims known as tho Colwoll k Cu.'s claims, In French
Mulch, near Auburn, In nnld County; more istrtlcularly
described as follows: Commencing 50 feet north-east Irom
an OLD ROOT, which is on the line between the said
clnims and the Col well k Co.'s claims, and running south
easterly to their stako, 2&0 feet; thence nearly nortli :"
feet to a stako above ; thenco 250 feet north-easterly ;
therce south-easterly 300 feet tn the place of beginning!
W. II. PARK, Sheriff,
By C. C. Brulnard, Depntv.
Dated Feb. 10, A. I)., 1864. frl9-w4w
DIERLAM te WENTZ,
TAH IT Ut corner THIRD AND D PTRKKTS
sJJSfciSJftT Dalles City, have on hand avuriety it
i-svai iiousenoia rurnuurc,
embracing Tables, Chairs, Bureaus.
Beds and Bedsteads, Bedding, Cnrpete
etc., etc, all of which will be sold at low rates. Furniture
Repaired, and Upholstering done to order. Also,on lion I
1'attressesnnil Pillows. Spring Beds made to order. aul'Jt
Millincry.Drcss & Cloak Making
Mnin Htreet, UrIIpb.
MRS. C. MOSiELL, having just returned from
the city of San Francisco with a large and well as
sorted stuck of the most approvod and latest style vf
Millinery, Dress & Clonk Goods,
also, a well assorted stock of the most fashionable style of
for Ladles' garments, all of which are of recent Imports
tion from KliHort and Nxw Y OKI is now amply prepared
to manufacture to order,
Ladies' Hats. Bonnets, Dresses,
CLOAKS, etc., Bt SHORT N0TICK, and nt LOW PRICKS
She embraces this opportunity of rendering her sincert)
thanks to her numerous friends nnd customers for their
liberal patronago heretofore awarded her, and to most re
stH-ctfully solicit a continuance of the same. oclV-tf
The subscriber, having purchased the W1IITB
BLUFF FEHRY, hereby gives notice that ho has re
moved the same to PllIKST RAPIDS, where It Is perma
nently established. The boat Is one of the best on the
River, nnd no ptilns will be spared to make It safe and
convenient. This FKIlltY is on the most direct route from
Dalles City to Cariboo, Colville or the Kootonal mines.
Priest Riiplds, Feb. 1, 18I14. fclD-tf, A. It. BOOTH.
State of OregonCbtinfy of WatcoTn ttie Clmiit
Ormrt: OKORUK II. ELLIOTT, Plaintiff, . IIKNRY
II. WALKKR, Defendant Suit In equity. To Heury II,
Walker, the above named defendant. Whereas, George II.
Klllott, the above entitled plaintiff, lias filed bis bill ol
complaint against you in the above entitled Court, pray
ing a docree of title to certain town lots, In Blgelow'a Ad'
ditlon to Dnllos City, In said Btato and ceatHy, and which
said lots are described in said plaintiff's bill of complaint
And It appearlng.aftoTdue dllllgence, you cannot be font
within this State, and It having been ordored by the Court
that notice ami service be had on you by publication.
You are therefore required tonpper in IheClrcuit Court,
of the Stato or Oregon for tho couuty of Wasco, at liallee
City, on the SI'.COND TUKSDAY of May, 1804, and aas
wer the complaint of George II. Elliott, the nhove named
plalntltr, which is on file in said Court, or for the want of
such answer, the plaint iff will apply to the Court for thw
relief demanded in the said complaint, and a decree will
be taken against you as by confession,
lion. J. O. WILSON, Judgo. OLNEY A DATES,
Solicitors lor Plaintiff.
Attest W. D. Blgclow, Clerk.
Bv It. II. lansdale Deputy. 21-3m
I. J . "W A li D II O N ,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND a mil supply of Standard
and Miscellaneous Books, Stationery, Newspaper!
Megar. lues. otn. Also. Fresh Ftnll ul3
Aftplenaid Lot of Hue old V INE8 AND BRAN
DIES, selected especially for fsmily use. on draught,
CI sale by no'JUl IIUMAsON, STOCKING Cvl.