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About The daily mountaineer. (Dalles, Or.) 1861-1866 | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1864)
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THE SPIRIT'S HlGH fe'oTINY.
iti frea.e.tvd eloejiioni, and bright,
linked In goMee, chain j
I all mushitkeAHh, and light,
' And linked I
A mind all r
And worth.-rltllout a stain
tot tlielr-ivlne, Immortal birth f
fyf "e "ow have fragrant broath, '
t , i"'.d rosy smiles and hues f
and why their porfume livei In death ?
Why sunbeams, showers and dews,
And gentle Spring's ethereal reign,
Should warm them Into life agalu?
Called by the silent Tolce of Time,
As day succeeds to day,
The bright, the beautiful, sublime,
Must pass from earth away
'.While all her wilds, and bowers that bloom,
; Make muslo that wight wake the tomb I
j But'roodness dies not with the good,
. Nor wisdom with the wise ;
, All things that fade shall be renewed
' Beyond these ruined skies.
These spirits aud theso forms of ours
Bliall wear the infinite stars as flowers?
WHAT IS IT t
The man Is thot a fool,
Or bigot, plotlng krl m,
IIoo, for the adransment or hit kind,
la wizer lhati bit ti m.
Nou.sau-mlli grat In everl forest nook,
Mou splndia bum best d ech monntnu brook; '
Thru virjln forests lokomotiva wall,
And prail-flourz,ar.krust benotb the rati;
ilwer Ueben rold, so trakles and Ire,
The AJ ov pros stoks forth and niajw the se,
And (be swift litnlng wuns selestiul fire
Dm drujerl In harues on a wire,
Ilwil patents fil the air, besil d the war
And dog us from the kradl tu the gran
Masheni that rok asleb our lut'an: kri;
Masliera that pat upon uur latest si;
. We waft bl telegraf our luv's yung dre in.
Llv bl mnshoiieri, aud bi ste in.
The veriest kouard npon erth
Is he boo faera the wurld'a oplnyun
' IIoo ukts .with referens tu Its wil,
ills koiislieos swaid bi Its dominyun.
HOW TU WALK.
In a graceful human step the heel is always raised be-
i fnre the toot is lilted Hum the ground, as if the loot were
. a part vf a wheel rolling forward ; and the woiglit of tho
i body, supported by the muscles of the calf 01 the log,
rata for a lime on the fore art of the foot aud toes.
There b then a bending ot tho foot in a cerluin degree.
Dut when strong woodon shoes are used, or any shoes so
. stiff that it will not yield and allow the bonding 01 the
loot, the heel is not raised at all until the whole toot rises
' with it ; mi Hint the uiuscleB of the calf are scarcely used.
and, in consequence, soon dwindle in size and almost
. disappear, Many English farm servants wear heavy,
. btlll siioes, and in Louuou It Is a striking tiling to see the
drivers of oountry wagons with tine robust persons in
the upper part, but witn legs that nrettushloss spindles,
producing a gait that is almost awkward aud unmanly.
The brothers ol these men, whoaro olherwiae employ
. od, are not so misshapen. What a pity that, tor the
trifle saved, fair nature should be thus detoriiiedl An
example of this kiud is seen in Paris. There, as the
streols havo tew ur 110 side pnvonictus, and the ladies
have to walk alraust ounstniftly ou tiptoe, tliegreat action
. of the muscles of the cult lis. given coul'oliuulluu of lite
limb and foot, to match which the Parisian belles pioud
ly chaliango the world not aware, probably, that it is a
. defect in their city to which the peculiarity ot their form
. is In part owing.
Mrs. Gago Francis D. in a recont address, In Colum
, bus, on the oonditlun ol ttie contrabands on the goa Cot
ton Ielauds of goutb Carolina, Aud that when she went
there, in 1802, they ' neither used protiine language nor
got drunk these immoralities beiug coiihued totlie mii
' iiary olhcers but since ttie white man was introduced,
and tho intercourse between the two races had extended
and become common, ttie contraband hod arrived at a're
markabie stute of accomplishment In the ucuiieumuly
qualitlicatlous of swearing and drlnkiug whiskey. ,
Wanted A Bill Poster. A wag, speaking of the
'one hu.idred thousand cuides ol ilio t'rociaiuation of
' Amnesty, printed in hand-hill form, to be posted up iu
..conspicuous piacos .11 Dixie," say: "The only thing
now iu the way of crushing out tho rebellion Is to find u
competent biU-potter I"
A briefless young barrister says that any young lady
wbo puesenfess one thousand acres of laud proseuts eulli
. clvut ground for attachment.
- WN CONStQUKNUK UV TI1K ILL HEALTH OF ONE
M. of the l aituers, the flini of LAUD, Ki.UU A CO,
Portiauii, oner tueir entire siock ol
Liquors and Ucncrul Merchandise
fVU SALE AT REDUCED HATES,
, until tho 1st of June, at which time the copartnership
will bo closed. Our Stock of L1QI.UUS havliiK been pur-
,. chased In the KASTK11N MAIlKr.T prior to tlie levying
of the KxciseTax, we can oiler superior indiirmcnts to
Ituyers. Parties inilebted to tho firm are hereby reutiest-
,ea to niaxe payment. LAI) I), Ktr.u & uu.
' I'ortland, April ), 1804. ap20-IJul
' CJ FRANK A. CO., nro receiving daily from
,K7 tneir uuiuttfin iiamju, on Mill urocK,
'IS Dozen resh Lggs,
wblch they warrant to be VrcBh and irood. Also, from
their own ranch, a supply of KUKSIl DUCK KUDU. Lot
i the lovers of good living ehew ttie addled eggs from
: the Valley and feast on i'UESII KUOB. Our avoruge re
, .colpte are 26 dozen per day, lor which we are now pro-
pared to receive orders. . r it A Ml a uu.,
, apitO-lm Main street. Dalles,
I RKSII UUTTKH.
rMHK SIUIBCRIHKH has mode arrangements to receive
; X KVUUY DAY a lull supply -
'.JOHsljn'ai. Curtis' and lloss'
OF WHICH I1B T1IK KXCLUS1VK SALE. Funv
Hie aud others will be supplied on application.
, M. KKNIG,
ap27-tf Slain Street. Dakos
t INFANT GIGGSr
- A n assortment ot INFANT 01009 at San Fran.
. Cisco prices, with freluht added. Also, a largo va
riety of CIULDKKN'SCAIUUAUKS AND WIIKKI-UA1U
HOWS. For sale by J. juki.ii.
. spld-tf Main street. Dalles.
Ten Dollars lleward.
' traor a Leather Valise, marked 0. P. NEW
JC YOUK. Vaken by mistake Irom the steamer One
' onto, MON DAT. May 1HIU. The. above Howard will be
paid on delivery or the VAL1BK, at
ap4-t WfiLLS, FAKUO A CO.'B OFFICB.
'BISSSIOM biilLs" rtoiiK.
. 'TOR SALE IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT PURCHAS-
K ers.by UUMA80N, STOCKTNU CO,
-?" , . . Agents for "illusion Mills,"
ap!9-tf Dalles, Oregon.
Hake & ROHR,
' KnrAcnjBERs km iNPoRfJtns or
Carriage, Concord, Baggy and Stage
II A. TZ NESS!
nallfornla Mnle Team and Farm. Har-
J ness, Carriage nnd Iluggy Whips, W hair bono and
California Stage Stocks and Lashes, and
Sliver Mounted MexleanVaqur.ro Saddle
fine Texan Ranger Saddles, California Y.ochlllus, aud Sue
English Shaft er and Ladles' Saddles I
Silver Mounted Hair and Fancy Bridles !
and Riding Whips, always on hand. A full assortment of
Mexican fc California Bridle Bits & Spurs!
Leather Backed Drushev, Curry Combs and Cards, and a
general assortment of SADDLERY HARDWARE. Also,
ou hand and made to order,
APARAJOKS, caronas AND TAPOJOS !
3 Repairing done with neatness and dispatch.
1IAKK A 1(01111;
H-tf Main street, opposite Washington.
JOHN , TCBTIM, M. 1. Da hahtT
JOHN R. FOSTER Sl 0.,
Front Street, Portland.
Ann NOW RECEIVING AND OFFER
for sale a full assortment of
Shelf and Builders' Hardware,
MECHANICS' & MINING TOOLS,
Consisting of SHOVELS, long and short handled: long
and short handled SI'ADKS; Mnire fork nnd llrnshes;
Wright's Sacramento made MINING PICKS; Collins'
Mining Picks, new pattern; Manilla Rope, from L to 2
inch in diameter; Hunt's AX ICS, handled and unhandled;
Hickory pick and Axe Handles; Ox Yokes and Ox Hows;
Whip. CrossCnt nnd Mill Saws; Crow liars, stool; Mining
and fry Pans. Coffee Mills; Nails ol all siaee, Ac. To
gether with a large assortment of
SHELF AND II K IVY GOODS,
In nur line, to all of which welnvite the attention of pur
chasers, confident that we can give satisfaction, both as
10 quality ana prices. j. u. fwimt a cu.
PORTLAND, Oct. 1, 1803. OtD-tl
LUNCH & OYSTE I SAOLON.
Fancy Goods, Tobacco, Scgars, Ac.
MAIN STREET, DALLES.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND ft full stock of the beat
brantls Tobacco nnd Sueur. Also, Frosh Krult. Can-
dies. Cun.Vjctloi.ory, Toys, PUKK IIONKY, Ac. Iu tbe rear
of tlie store is ft hauu.noii.ely furnished
Dining Room and Oyster Stand,
at which will be found a constant supply of f -
Khoalwnter Oysters, I i
which he will serTe up iu every style. Also, X&jiJr
all the dulicocius of tbe setutnn served up to
suit I lie taiite ot tho most fastidious. seU-tl
Petters Celebrated Hair Restorative.
Thin is to certify that I have uud DETTKIt'S HAIR
ItKr-TOUATlVK, and 1 tukeitruat pleasure in recommen
ding It to the public, us a side nnd elVoctual preparation
lor tin restoration 01 the hair. J was nearly balu when I
romnirncod the use uf it, und aftur using two bottles, I
find it has reproduced a line hoalthy growth of hair, and
that. too. tu lens than two months, lean heartily reoom
mend it lor its grent virtues and emcacy.
r. It. fUMMONH, WltlM'KH. fc. U. KA31ffUtbL,
Lkwikton. .-ent. 3'l, lHt.2.
ALDHON KUUS. Solo Airents. Druir Store. Main
strt'et. l)u II us, Oregon. ap23-lm
DR. A.. J. HOFFMAN,
PHYSICIAN. SURGEON & ACC"UCHER,
I a ik u;unti ruiaiuiAiN, aim t'liymciau oi me
A Herman lloHiiital Sociuty of Trinity County, Califor
nia, rrtinectiully otlors bis services to the public of Dalles.
ami vicinity. st9-lm
tittlce In French ft Utlmnn's fire-proof stone buildiug.
corner ot waum union and Second Htreets.
MOUNT HOOD SALOON
F. C. Brown & Co., Proprietors,
Inin unl Court Streets,
apl6tf Dalles. Oregon.
MAIN S T REE ' , DALLES.
riHK UN11KHH1GNK1) INTI-
M. mate to their friends and the puhlic. tliat they have
fitted up a tfaloon on the Nortti side of Main street, where
they will be happy to see thuir old trieuds and acquaiu
tuuee Thuir bar is stocked with
Wines, Uquoi'M nnd Clears,
OV T1IK BEST QUALITY
nirfl-tf KK1UU30N t HOLLAND.
mhe Pnrinerahln heretofore oxistlng between
A liUCKNKH It McllKIllK.ln the Vive Mile Home, is
this day dissolved by mutuul consent. All bills against
said fir in. and all debts owing, will besottlod by Mclliide.
ap'2l 4w WM. P. MJCKN Kit.
Dalles, April 18, 1864, JOHN M, McllltlDB.
Notice Is hereby given that the stock of PLACR'ft
WAUON ROAD COMPANY being dulr subscribed,
the Mock-holders will meet at AUUUKN.on MONDAY,
the Oth day of June, 1804, tu elect Directors or the In
corpora' ion. (J1IA8 .H. PLACE,
Auburn, April 15 1R84. np244w for the Incorporators.
ONE Hundred and
for sole cheap for cosh
fifty barrels JLIme
K. P FITZGERALD
BOOK & JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
First Street, between Main and B,
DALLES OREG ON.
JOB PRINTING OF EVERY VARIETY
Executed with accuracy and dispatch.
IN A BTYLB THAT WLL C0MPAR8 FAVORABLY
with the Tery best, and
AT BATES A3 CHEAP A3 THE CHEAPEST
.4 , o ORSsa; .
Cards and Iti 1 1-ne. a (Is.
CHECKS, DRAFTS, SECEirTS,
POSTERS AND PROGRAMMES
THEATRES, CONCERTS EXHIBITIONS,
urc, av, . tec,
PI-nilD IN TBI HOST ATTRACTITI MAXXKa. ALSO,
MILLS OF FARE,
Uriels and Paniplilets,
riSlTlXG, WEDDING AND "AT 110 HE" CARDS
In short, everything that can be done In a Book and Job
Printing Office, from the smallest and niost delicate Card
or Circular, to the largeat sine and most showy Posting
Hill anil which will be turnea out 1 a style that cauuot
fail to insure entire satisfaction.
dim rAClUTIES FOR Till ZXECUTIOK OT
In the most beautiful Colors, Shades nnd Tints.
Such as Taney Posting Bills!
from a single Sheet to tlie Largest Mammoth,
ORNAMENTAL SHOW CARDS.
1'URFUMERS' LABELS, ceo
Are unsurpassed by those of any other establishment in
Oregou. We devote special attention to this branch of tbe
business, and are continually adding to our already exten
sive and well appointed assortment of material.
NEW TYPES, BORDERS, ORNAMENTS,
rfc, tfc, rfc
Of tbe mot modern nnd elaborate denlgne. Our stock 0
FANCY INKS, TINTS, AC,
Are of the fluent quality, and for richness of color and
durability, cannot bo equaled in tbe State.
The principle upon which business is asked Tor tills es
tablishment is, that persona will consult their own inter
ests, by awarding their custom to that office In which
their money can be expended to the best advantage. To
this end we solicit all in want of good Printing, at very
reasonable charges, tu call and examine specimens, and
Judge for yourselves.
rderH from the tipper Country
Will have oar special care, and friends from the interior
may rely upon having their orders filled promptly, as we
HAVE THE ONLY IMPROVED GORDON POWER PRESS
In the State of Orecon I
SIGNS! SIGNS! SIGNS!
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER.
Colors. Putty, llrnshes, Glue, ete.
Paper llanirinns. Window Shades, Fixtures, 4e. 1-tf
DALLES CITY UlltU STORE.
WH0LS8ALI AND RETAIL
DEALER IN DRUGS.
Perfumery, Fancy Soaps,
PATENT MKDICINK8. Ac. 1-tf
A Al.UAHLi; FAItifl
On Ten Mile Creek, of 70 acres of rich bottom
Land. 60 acres fenced and 46 acres has been cultiva
ted: 200 Fruit Troes, some boaring. comprising Apple,
Peach, Plum, Pear, Cherry, nnd Apricot; drape vines,
Currant and Lawton Blackberry, Poultry, Garden seeds
and Farming Implements. Dwelling House, out bouses,
Ac, all are offered for $800 cash. Inquire on the prom
ises, '2, miles above the Five Mile House, of
felS-tl 0. OLNEY.
11. A. LAW & CO.,
JOnilKItS AND UKNKIIAL D BALERS IN
FLOUR, GRAIN, PRODUCE,
GrocerieSj Boots and Shoes, Clothing,
Waffon Timber, $te,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
All Goods consigned to our care will bo received aud
forwarded with dispatch. Wo have oue of the best and
satest stores in town as regards Are. apT.Oui
n i:itv law & co.,
PRODUCE AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Will also recotve and forward Goods to our House In
II. L. A CO., havo constantly on hand, and receiving by
every steamer from New York, a good supply of
nf all kinds, consisting of Hubs, Spokes, Felloes, Buggy
Rims, Hlmfts, Polos, Plough Beams and Handles, Oak, Ash
and Hickory I'lnnk, all of which we will sell at Sun Fran
cisco prices for Cash or City acceptance.
For 8M.K Three of TOWNfiKND'S PLANTATION
MILLS, for grinding Flour, Feed, 4c; will grind 16 bush
els Wheat per hour. Prico, $76, up7-6in
"Wasco Lodge So. 15, A. F. & A. 91.
TIIEETS AT MASONIC HALL,
XI . Danes uty, on cue jnusi ana Tllll
SATURDAYS in each month. All brethren
good standing ore invited to meet with ns.
JAB. A. UVCliU,
B. Ci LrrracoiT, Secretary,
Corner of Third and II Sts.,
JOHN EPPINGEH, - . . ProprittQt
riMIK U.NDEH81UNED W0UU RK8PECTFUU Mvu,
X ly inform his friends and the puWlc, tent k f jJT
has completed and opeued a ftue three story U0 M ' ' !
TKL, on the corner at' Third and Ustrests, DuUs,JJliJL
and has pleasant and commodious rooms lot the conven
ience of Travelers, ami has furnished the same in R.h
style, as he has the bouse throughout, and la prepared fun
the patronage of the plUc.
VISH DINING 1100MS AND PARLOUS
are attached to the bouse, uud all the conveniences reqnii
site for a well regulated Hotel. No pains will be spared-,
to render guests comfortable and give the most perfect
satisfaction to all who may lavor the house with their pai
roonge. The bouse is pleasantly situated iu a quiet por
tion of tbe city, and will be found a desirable plocei
abode to the traveling public.
m-u JOHN KFI'INHKK.
PROPRIETOR AND COMMANDER IN CHIEF, me,
respectfully announces to his frienda aud hijjf'
balance of mankind, that he has erected at the
tersection of Second street and the Canyon City V
Road, the largest and most complete Brewing establish,
ment in the State, known as the ,
where he is prepared to receive orders both from city anil
couutry fur bis
SUPERIOR LAGER BEER.
The Railroad passing immediately iu front of the
Brewery, he has superior facilities for filling orders from
the upper count.y, at the vry lowest rates.
A hauusomely tilted up Saloon attached to the Brew,
ery, where LAUEll is retailed for the accommodation ol
Also, a aoatly furnished room for the accommodation,
of private parties.
Pallss, April 28. 1863. PROPRIETOR.
Watchmaker and Jeweler
FRONT 8TREET, Portland.
Dealer In Fine Jewelry & Watches,
Solid Silver and Plated Wore, Cutlery. Ac
A GENT FOR W. BOHM'S LADIES' PATENTS
es and Jewelry REPAIRKl and WARRANTED.!'
particular attention paid to Repairing fine Watch-
s. l Keep on nana a complete assortment or
of the Improved styles, Also
Opera and Marine Glasses, Quartz Magnifying
Glasses, Compasses. &o.
49 AU goods sold by me are warranted as represented ,
N. I). AU orders sent by Express, promptly attendiil
to apHf JACOB COHEN.
(Basement stjry, next to the Umatilla House,)
G. A. STAKGLE1V. Proprietor.
THE UNDERSIGNED INFORMS HIS FRIENDS and.
the public, that under bis direction tlie " Moix
tsinhr" will sustain tbe reputation of a No. 1
Lager I3e-r Saloon.
Also, choice WlneB, Liquors and Cigars.
aa,U-tf G. A. STANGLEN.
-)WNIT0j. CORNER THIRD AND B STREETS
41!qMPnBk? nII...PIIv 1va n liutt.l W.i4iil. a
embruciuK Tables, CliHlm, BuroHiiB
Upiln mvdUedHteailH. UudtliriKX'ariteU
etc., etc., all of which will he add ut Kw rutea. Furnituv
Repaired, and Upholstering done to order. AIbo.oo liaml
u'Attrusims aitil Pillows. Sprity: lleds made to order. aul2t
OHIO IIO l El. & UITAt ItAXT.
MAIN STUEKT, next doir to Ilaldwin ft Ilru.'u.on the
Thlg new tt.blUhment is now open for tli
acconiniodutioii of the public. Kvorythinji is entire
ly new. All tho Suhotuntiiihi and Dt-licticifB ol life will
bo served up In a nuHt nnd inviting Btylo. A t-hareol pub
lic pati-ououe Is solicited. JOHN IIUNTtilt,
W. P. llUKCHAKD,
Dalles, Feb. 13, 18M. fo!4-tf j Proprlctont.
Alain Street, Ialles.
MRS, C. MONELL, has Just rocolved from San-,
francisco, an Invoicoof
Klcli and Elcpant milliner)',
to which she invites the attention of the Ladies, Also,
a well assorted stock of the most fashlonablo style of
for Ladles' garments, all of which are of recent Importa
tion from Eunopi and Ntw Yoke is now amply prepared,
to manufacture to ordor,
Ladies' Hats. Bonnets, Dresses
CLOAKS, etc., at SHOUT NOTICK.and at LOW PRICKS
She embraces tins opportunity ol ronuerinK her sinccr
t hanks to bur numerous friends and customers for their
liberal patronage heretofore awarded her. and to mmt to
spectfully solicit a continuance of the same. np7-ti
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
ir-KKSM STOCK I
DUSENIIEIll Ac ItllOS.,
Dalles and "Walla Walla,
. liEALSHS IN
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods.
Hoots and Shoes, .
Hats and Caps,
And a full assortment of General Merchandise. Ruyiiiji
our Goods exclusively in tho 8an Frnncisco market, and
making none but casli purchases, we are enabled to sell
iiu per cent, cheaper tnan any otner House ai tne naiies.
DUSKN1IKRV & 1I110S.,
Dalles and Walla Walla.
IIANDLEY & S1NNOTT, 1'rop'rN.
r 11118 WELL KNOWN UOTrlL Is now open for the
JL reception of guests. After boing thoroiigbly reno-.
vated and newly furnished, it will be conducted, in all its
departments, as a flrBt class HOTEL. The house Is con
veniently located noar the steamboat lauding and railroad
depot. Raggage taken to the House, free of charge. House
kept open ull night.
Tlie Proprietors will not be responsible for any Baggage
or Valuables, unless a chock Is given therefor.
Meals 80 cents Lodging 50 cents, mrl-t
Pictures and Picture Frames.
rtf Steel Engravings and PICTURE FRAMES
for Parlors, etc, at tho lowest rates. For sale by
Main street, Dalles,