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About The daily mountaineer. (Dalles, Or.) 1861-1866 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1865)
WEDNESDAY MORXIXG. KOV. 1, 185.;
Ridosuy was acquitted, on examination,
for, killing Ewing at South Boise.
Pack-trains are loading again at Walla
Walla for Blackfoot tbat have made two
complete trips since the first of Jane..
No snow had fallen, at the last accounts,
on the Mullan Road, in the passes., at the
Mb. B, H. Johns, at Walla Walla, offers to
give security to clear out the. Qbstructip,ps
on the Mullan Road for $10,000,.
a FrtBNCH chemist says that if tea is pow
dered, before it is infused, U wilt.jOcJd double
the quantity ol exbileralipg qualities.
About 60,000 negroes have led Kentucky
on passes granted by Gen. P.almer, since the
first of May.
Abdsi having fulled to defeat the Blair
family, the. pastern, press is now trying ridi
cule. Tbat. family dies bard.
Raw cotton and caster oil applied to frozen
limbs, have restored them, when amputation
w,as thought necessary.
Sons assorted ores from the "Peorwaa"
lode at Owyhee, are reported to.be more, than
A coquitti is a rose from wbieb. every
lover plucks a leaf the thorn' remaining lor
the future husband.
Orm.'bt. M. Mitchell, jr., son of the late as
tronomer, Gen, MjtcheH, bas been promoted
to a First . Lieutenancy in the 17th Regular In-J
A BurriABT named "Buffalo BilV," and-an
associate, are ia.theneighborhoodof Lewiston,
. having been driven out of Montana by the
Ths North .Idaho Radiator bas again ceased
to flicker. The material will be taken to
Helena, Montana Territory, to be used in pub
lishing a Democratic newspaper.
Wiiun Wirtz was first . arrested and confined
be read Milton and De Quince; ;. as hja pros
pects, of acquittal grew darker, bt took t
Baxter's Call to the Unconverted
A Mas. Y. E. Ottb is delivering "inspira
tional'' lectures on reconstruction, in Nevada,
jyefending tbat Lincoln's spirit speaks through
Riljo-hdntkbs at Washington are ca.rr.THig
ojT, piece by piece, the gallows on which the
stale prisouers, executed, by order ol the mil
itary. commission, were bung.
Neqho Suffbaqi A Washington corres
pondent of tbe HVMsajs tbat Senator Wil
fonat.the opening of benfXsesBion of Con
gress, will Introduce a bill giving tbe elective
franchise to tbe negroes in the District , of Co
lumbi.aKwhJch wHl bring tbe question of negro
suffrage to an early test.
' Pbrsonal. Mr. Newell, for five years edi
tor of, this paper, went, op to Walla Walla
yesterday morning to take possession.of ,the,
Statesman . If be manifests the same interest
' in the affairs of the epmmunity in which he
it about to settle that he has in this, the
people of,. Walla Walla will bave occasion to
congratulate themselves upon his coming
among them. .
A Ssnsibh.. PoiisiAM Elijah F. Purdy,
.0-;Old. Hard-shell Tammany politician, says
that the chief want of (be Democratic party
is power. He says. that Democrats may talk,
mora sense, bave more solid convictions oft
Heing, right, and bave every moral advantage
over .their oppppents, but unless they, can get
tbe Dnionisls out of office, and get . in them
selves, "it Is all vanity and vexation on,
spirit."- - '. - 'Vt
t Cohiiittid. Jamea Lomax (colored) was
yesterday committed to iaU, to take his trial
tit tbe next term .of. tbe Distriot-Gourt, on a
charge of petty larceny; In this that .beng,
PW.WO the Oregon Steam Navigation
Comply, onone.of,,tbe,ir steamers abpve
.Celilo,. he dd ftiloriioosly ,take and conceit
to , bi, own , nje cerJiajn , knives, foks
poqai blanket and other Aftijcles'pf Value
' in the 'eonpfy of, Wascpandjhe State of;
WiBUC BPIRr AT A DISCOUNT.
TCjie -fl'rospect of supplying the Montana
trade' from tbe Pacifio side, bas cal'ed' into
play tbe dormant energies of a class of peo
ple in the upper country whose lights have
long been hid' under a bushel. Every known
trail- across, the Bitter Root Mountains, or
around them, has found its special advocates.
Most of those who are moving in the matter,
bave never even crossed by any of tbe trails
ur, roads about which they discourse so dog
matically, but depend for information onjold
mountaineers and reliable Indians. Although
they all disagree among themselves, as to
which is the best route, and where tbe proper
point of departure is located, tbey all agree
that a certain sura, is needo.d to carry out
their ideas. By a singular co-incidence, they
all agree upon the sum of $6,000 as the pre
cise amount necessary, to construct a good
wagon road, practicable for full-loaded
wagons every day in tbe year. By the expen
diture of this Inconsiderable sum. the public
is led to believe tbat the rich trade of Mob
tooa. willi b. brought right to our doors.
There is one . condition necessary to the suc
cess of any of these proposed routes, and
that, is the projector is to have, the power to
expend the money in bis own way. "If the
matter is given into tbe bands of confounded
fools, it is certain to be a failure," says one;
'tit you will place $6,000 in my hands, gen
tlemen, I will clear out tbe Mullan Road,"
sajs another, and still., another thinks that
$6,000, wpuld, make tbe Pen d'Oreille route
the best, road to Blackfoot. Some persons
give up, discouraged with the apathy ot a
people who will not give $6,010 to be fitian
cially saved ; others curse tbe country and
tbe lack of public spirit proposing to leave
tbe country." as. sopn as I can get my busi
Tbe ppint to, all this seems to be, first, thai
there is some doubt whether the Montana
mines are to be supplied from tbe Pacific side
or not; and, second, by what route the trade
is ikely to go, if it can be secured at all. ,
TbereNjs certainly soma one route which
is demonstrably tbe .best fiom the Columbia
River, but it is fur from settled which tlia
route is. One thing only is sure, and tbat is
that no wagon road can ever be constructed
across the,. Bitter Hoot Mountains south ol
Stevens' - Pass, on , the Mullan Road. Tbe
inouotaifls absolutely forbid it. Tbe main
question is whether to cro's this range or go
around it. Tbere is a great deal tobe said
on both sides, and time only can determine
which method is the best.
Rooky Bab, South Roisk. The quartz
myii.ng interest at South Boise is receiving KOC28tf.
a new impetus from the operations of capi- ps
taltsts from tbe Atlantic side. Col. O'Neal's
eight-stamp mill is completed, and has made
one or two runs on rock from the ."Ada. El
more;" which, while not as rich as it was
generally expected to be, was very satisfac
tory, Tbe Idaho mill, ten stamps, bas been
running alt-Summer, and, as rejiprt goes, is
doing remarkably well; but no one outside
of tbe company is in the possession, as far
as known, of any definite information as to
what bas.realiy been taken out. . This lode
and,nUl.have been bonded to Major Spear
representing a.Pittsbnrg company, at $140,-
000 fifty days time being given to make
payment a good sale and good property.
Major Spear bought Cartee, Gates. 4 Co.'s
mill, anjl has. a. mill in process of construe
tion on Elk Creek for the same company.
Major Spear a gentleman who has won
much upon tbe people of South Boise, as
well by his social traits as by bis eminent
fitness for the responsible position which be
occupies, Wifi success wity, add much to tbe
future prospects of the district. Col. Ray
mond's ten-stamp mill is to be put, up at
I BCwaroJ ...the Greenback Man !
' Thomas II. Uulgfcr
'lln tills day paid me. One Hundred and Twenty dnl
tl lars in GREENBACKS A Til' Alt. part of which
was money I loaned mm In u ev. Gobi Com. and pari
Cor wages which weft cjntracted for In U. 8. Gold Coin,
Dalles. Pi t. 30, 1MI8. Lol:lw WM. K. SMART.
Nswspapib Chamgi. The Rees Brothers
announce their, retirement from ,tbe Wala
Walla Statetma'n, Mr. R. R. Rees has been lb
the. business since tbe paper started, now
nearly four years since. One of tbe editor,
Mr. Nofihrup, ' died in February, 1863, and
bis interest passed .into tbe bands of S. Q.
Rees. At alk times tbe paper has been coo-
ducted In a maqner to give weight to Its opin
Ions. ' The Rees Brothers Will caity wtl them
in their future. relations',' tbi gorii- wiUW a
bst ofriendavT ' 'Ar;..,.r
XJiuhni,ts yntilj, .Attrw tls, for,
proposal! LtqMUiAtUv.' .;;tiac ,.t.i:
Ths Upper Columbia Minks. Some s'lr
has been created in the commnnitv, says
Walia Walla Stntttman. bv reports of vervV
rich gold discoveries on the Upper Columbia.
The most authentic news we have ftjom that.
Section is contained in the following extract
f'om a letter from Mr. Park VVinans. The
leiter bears date, " Golville, W. T., Oct. led
" Tbe news from the Upper Columbia is
encouraging. One claim on Cnrnes' Creek
is paying front $15 to $20 to the band per
day. Nearly n l' tbe miners hare left there
and gone to French Creek, where the miners
are doing well. . Henry LaFleur write us
that bis claim is paying well, he having
tnKen out 103 ounces tb ftve day before
wrl'ing over twenty ounces per day. But
few claims weie opened, but all prospect
well. About one hundred claims were
staked off and lakn up. Tbe mine's com
plain of rain, saying, it, bas rained most of
the time, all-: Summer. In September it
rained almost inces-an'ly, day and night,
and weather warm. But few will winter in
the mines. Most of the claims are laid over
until next June."
At the Wajrerley gold mines near Halifax,
N. 3 , 1,200 ounces pi month of the precious
metal is taken out, yielding., tbe proprietors a
profit of over $1,200.
It. A. Chapter There will lie a meeting of the
Dalles It. A. Chapter, No. 6, THIS (Wednesday) EVEN
ING. A full attendance ia reqneBted.
My oader of H. P.
Grant Hook and Ladder Company.
xuia (.n.eunoenay) kvkimku at 7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN nottotrnat my wife on
my account, aa I will not be reaponaihle
nl:2w JULIUS LAfflB.
ECLIPSE CHOP HOUSE,
Main Mreett-corner orcourl.
OLD MACK, TUB riONEEK COOK, would rospect
fully inform the public that he haa ntted up the
above Chop Houae. and ia prepared to aorve np MKAL?
and I.UNCII in the bent atylo and at the ahortf-at notice
. HAULS and 1'AKTIKS r..rnli-hcii w Ih eiippcra, in tin
bunt style and on vh mont renaonahle ti-rnia.
OYSTKHS In every atjle. l'rlvute Itooma for Larilea.
HOtJftjTt: OFKN ALL NIGHT.
.. AND .
Onr atock of FANCY GOODS I of the ftaest. and best
quality; new atylei oud large assortments, aueu as
LUUIN'S PERFUEEKYK UAIK,
. I1AIK01L8. . LOTIltrS,
COLOGNE, TOOTH AND "
FANCY SOAPS AND NAILUKUSIIES
TOOTH POWDERS, AND COMBS.
PTJRB WINES AND LIQUORS,
For Medicinal pnrpoaea.
' Uiu racui(iei for buyint; foocK are swond to none in
the State, and we ehall at all times eell at a a mall ad
vane from coat. Ready aalea and amall profits.
. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS
Carefully compounded at all hours of tbe day and nlftht.
jwiee, Dept. w, lew. aeio-tr
i ' ' San Francisco.
4 Have removed to
. Rudio's New, Stone Building.
Waahlngtoo Street, near: French Gllmao'i, and have
opened a weu-aaaoriea mock oi
HAVANAand DOMESTIC 8E8AB8,- ,
: VIBGINIA and WESTERN TOBACCO,
' ; . FRENCn and, SCOTCH SNUFF, -.
' MEERSCHAUM amrothe PJWM,. " J'-.1
..PLAYiSapABDS 5 1 '' .4 -? .7 it T.1
SPORTING QQODSf' ) 1 .7. tj 1 .
J: '.WDIAN and VAKCTSGOODS, v ' 1 ' '. V,
Th trade, supllad at lAlW.ESIMARWrrPBICKa
Isaac F. THocn,
C. S. Miu.Fn, ,
10. Si'llAWIIACIirE. '
aaIi "NLtfv'rllAM a?- ativ
JJaUVUs XT Jt Anne: C4x
. AND DKAI.ER8 IN
Wines &. Liquors,
And Importers and Jobbers of
Boots & Shoes,
WE HAVE AN ASSAY OFFICE JN CONNECTION
wiih our bUHineaa. under tlio eutife enncrvaKina
if Mr. Miller. We make ruttirua in llarti in nts hour...
We guarantee all onr Annv anil nnv the IIIOIIKST"
CASH PIUCK for Dura. We ulso nay the Ilhtaset
Cash Price for Gold Duet.
NX)I1, MlLt.EIt ft C
niyOtf Cor. Mafn and Wnshiiigtim atrneta. Dallee.
WAGON & CARRIAGE.
TnB UNDERSIGNED WOOLD RESPECTFPI.tr.
call theattentlen.of all
To the Superior Stock of
Now in Storo and aoon to arrive, which will be effereal-i
to the trade on Libeial Ternia. ,
OAK, ASH AND HiCKCRY PLANK
From y to 6 inchea.
FinUhed and Unfinlalied Cak & Blckorj
SPOKES, from 1 to iuchea
OAK & ELM IIUU.M
In Paiu and Seta, from 6x9 to 14x11).
HICKORY & ASH RIMS,
UUGGY, EXPRESS and SULKY clIAFTd, Fiuiilied sua)
UUGGY and EXPRESS POLi.S, FiuUhcd and Uuaiiiabed .
HICKORY AXLES, nil tilxa;
BUGGY, WAGO.N and hXfKESS HOWS;
OAK and IUCKOKY SCAiN'lLl.NG;
hAWtll FELLOES, from to 8 incheur
1IEWEU Tu.NOUES lor lour horae and oi-teama;-
LONG and SHOUT HOUNDS;
PLOW REAMS and lluuulue, Ac, Ac.
TLo aboe atock wits caretully aelecloil In the Eaatera.
statei. expreaaiy to ui -et tile dt'iuanda of thia trade.
Urdera lor any of the above uriicR-a, liRludinu W AGON
SKIiJ.Ntf, IlUXEd, Ac., will buprouiptly Mvenatnltw
85 Front Street, Portland,
ocl8:tf. UppumitD O. (I. Si. Cas W hart
TO UUSINESS I
NEW STONE STORE, WASHINGTON STltEET.
rMIIIK UNDEItSIGNED would reapectfully announce
' m. that he will open a firat-claaa Saloon in Fretlch i
Oilman'a New Stono.Bnildluir. THIS EVENING, and ie
prepared to aerve cuitomcra a ith the beat of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Every day and Eveniug.
WALDRON sIKOS., f
Wholesale & Retail Druggists,
Matn.StreaT D41ea, Oregon.
WE NOW OCCUPY OUH NEW TWO STORY FIRI
nronf Stone bullilliiK, opposite Dloch, Miller A
Co.. and offer to the public a full and complete atock ol
Druga, Mediciuea and Cucmlcale, conaiatiug iu part of .
LAMP WICKS A CHIMNEYS,
INDIGO ANIK V I 1 TTfc!Sa"IT,.TI'-T .lIT m .
NEATSFOOT Oil. LANl'llLACK, I 7 .- ------ m ij,.
1 VA I X
TRUSSES. SHOULDER.. BRACES. SUPPORTERS.VK w
1 1 1 n a.i 1 t
; ancy a oiapo vij uooasy.
CLOTHING, BOOTS. AND SHOES,
'Gentlemen's ft'urnlsblng; Goods
Fire-proof Stone Store, corner of Main and Court
n VIE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully Inioria thth
JL patrons and the public at iure, that they wilL,
ouiuieuce to aeil tliia day, their laioru und huudeoiu.
Clothing Dry Gooda,
Furnishing Goods, Fancy Gooda,
lima A Cupa, Lailii'S' bboea,
Uoots A Sliyii, CliiUlruaa uoea,
Rubber Uooda, Huts,
Blankets, bulpm Clotba.
Ac, Ac.,' Ac , .
Ia ordci to retire from bTisineuB, tht abuve Stock mwt-
be Bold within efixty lJuya, iujU
All persona indebted to the Arm will please rail an
.uttle their billa Immediately, thereby aaving all uuu
:eisary future trouble. VOUN Jk I10HM.
Dallea, Get. 2, 18U6.. . -. ocjtf.
HOW TO SAVE lOALX!.
014, 1 THI HIW.v
Family Grocery, and Fruit Store,.
Corner of Waahlngtoo and Second Streeta.
nnna TivnuuftrnNKn wihiiks vn inviiiim with
M. people of the Dalles, and the public geuerally, that. '
he has a large and well selected stock of
. CANDIES, JfUT8kH. . :
Which he will sell Wholesale and Retail at Xedmtd
Prica far CAM!. Also, constantly on hand the Choices
Article of FKKSII DUT'IKK and EUUS. Also, every
variety of FltUITd and VEGETABLES ia. their aeaaoo.
Persons from up the country, wishing niiantitiea of
Eggs und Fruit, by ssnding in Uielr orders, will recelv
the strictest atteutfon, and have them filled nt the Lowest
HarktPrita.. (JyH-tfJ ...r . '.;0, l. JEWELL,
S. MATTIK UOLUItOOK would rosnoctfullv
form the Ladles of the Dalles anil vfclulty, that
she has opened a shop lu connection wjthMissO'ltourka,
where she la prepared to do all kinds of work with neat
ness and dispatch. Having jast arrived from the East,
she hones to be able to nleue ell a. tn v,.rm 0,i .
uoaKs, toais ana Dresses- cut to Order.
1 TOREK 'DOORS Vbut ot the Corier ot IHIIlb and
wniun dhwh, .... oc21;m
I f I
R. RBLT has removed hia office from Dr. Craig's
n. juu, naa removea nu omce from Dr..Crj
Dnn 8tor U .,W)lili:on'4 jto.ii..buiidii.g.