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About The daily mountaineer. (Dalles, Or.) 1861-1866 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1865)
SATURDAY HORNING. 1TOT. 4; 1805.
sell -at.. 85 Mid 90 cent! in",
Tu family of Cwn Sferliag Price bai re
turned tg Missouri.
Mb. WiDDiNOHAM-dm bought the mill of
Gol. O'Heal.M .South Boise, and has started
it to runnings . - .
RienADRLiTON, who was shot in a per.
sonal difficulty some week since at Idaho
City, is in a very precarious situation.
. , , , ,-
Thk earthquake at Sun Francisco has had
fine effect ii a reviving ttae-roirgious feelings
of the people.- It -ws much needed.
The financial stARding of. Sua Francisco il
much shaken, in the East, by the results of the
A Japinssb lately tried to. assassinate the
Tycoon. On being arrested; be committed
" baskirl," wbich,.isth.. Japanese for, suicide
by rippljie.out tfre.b'oel9.
Ns-wvoinoabnr discoveries .have been' made
in .the vicinity' of Rpby City. The specimens
exhibited are even richer that those of the
first mine.- '
Thb SCateunan .protests that $125,000 a year
fbr a weekty steamer mail between San Fran-.
Cisco a ad Portland is too much. It is worse
than that it is a sinful waste of money,
Gin. Wrioht and his wifrWre buried in
the State House Square, at. Sacramento, with
appropriate mlltlnty, honors,: on the 22d of
Thi Oregon Printing and Publishing Com,;
pany have disposed of their interest in the
Oregon Agriculturist to A. L. Stiuaon and, A
C. Schwatkar by whom it will hereafter, be
Thk amount disbursed on this-coast during
the past nine months, ending September 30th,
1'iceedi.d $12,500,000, and the income of the
Government for. the same period, from all
sources, amounted to $8,000,000.
Gkrbitt Smith lately .datjlarf d at ajemper-
smce convention at-Saratoga, that the temper
ance raovemeut. Jiad.;been a- failure, owing to
the lacfc.of -faithfulness among its leading ad.
Fkbdiah,d .Pattersou wqs, indicted,', in
Boiso couuty, I.T., , for. the murder of Sum
ner Piukham, and his trial was set for the
30th of October. Before now the case has
probably been decided. . ,
Gen. Bl-tlbr. thinks that. Preside.nl John-
eon'r scheiite of. restoring clv.iLgarernments
in the late rebel States will.not.eucceed. .Gen.
Butler's opinions on pablic questions are daily
becoming of less importance. '
It t estimated llint tbe .Pence expenses of
the Government will amount in the aggregate
to about $110,000,000 annually, while the In
come will, nnder the present laws, amount to. I
Pome $300,000,000, .
. TBlIdabo Statesman sivs that if the .Dalles
: and Boise.-Oily road "were better known to
' taamsters.it would be nioje traveled.'' Yts ;
nod if Jhe ludians.-we.ee. subjugated, .the. road
would loan be-better knowa.
Another Protest. The Idaho Statesman of
the 28th of October, protests against the pol
icy of the War Department, In reducing the
forces at the posts on the-waters of Snake
river, and says- tbat representations of the
threatening attitude or the Indian bands in
the neighborhood of Boise and Owybee have
repeatedly been., made by the others stationed
at Fort Boise. b4irtirelywithou-t.elrct..Te
shameful conduct of the War Department in
discharging- the volunteer forces could have
been obviated by proper remonstrances,- for
warded at the right time. : It could yet easily
be prevented if the intinerant Congressmen
wJbehave been .through the Infested 'distrit,
wilt lake tbat interest ia the mutter whit
they, profess to fee.1 for the whole, country.
In point of fuct, these- gentlemen saw that in
the mining.camps people, were perfectly se
cure from Indian hostilities ;.:but they do not
appear to understand that a state of war
exists over a considerable tract ot mining
country, on alt the great thoroughfares, and
throughout the partially explored regions
whkibi.fainieh the most inviting field for the
enterprise of prospectors. There is no (fiffir
ctt-lty in whipping the Indians as ofien as .tbey
can be caught, but the vast extent of couqtry
over which tbey roam renders it difficult for a
small force to rind thm with any certainty.
What is needed,, ia a-suSLoient. number of de
tachments, to be sure and find the. savages
somewhere, and. when, found, those. delacb
mcnts. should cftcn 06 strong enough to. de
feat any band of them. As to the blanket and
calico policy, it ia contemptible, in view of
past outrages committed by these red-skinned
and red-handed assassins.
Gen. Hooker on Farming. At the last an
nual fair of the American Ins itutc, Gen.
Hooker was in attendance,, and made two
speeches. 'Tho first was immediately npon
bis arrival at the place-of exhibition, acd
was a very pretty piece of rbetorio ; the ste
ond was after partaking of " refreshments,"'
and was air eloquent and gorgeons pice of I
declamation, in which the General declared1
his preference forngricoltural over military
pursuits,. The General declared that be was
very " happy." to be present on such an
If. Sodom and Gomorrah bad contained ten
jast men, we are told, those cities of the
plain would not have had the filling knocked
Irom under them. If Siin Francisco bas-the.
required number of blameless cbacaeiers, the
terrors of future earthquakes may be safely
defied ; but judging from, Jhe representations
of one of the daily papers of that city, if the
people depend , upon -such a contingency for
impunity, tbey may find that tbey are leaning,
on a slender reed.
I8AAO F. Bl OCH,
C. 8. Milieu.
8 10. SCUAWBACIICK,
. AND DKALEHS IN
Wines te Liquors,
And Importers and Jobbers of-
Boots. A: Shoes,
etc,. ; etc., . etc;.
WI HAVE AN ASSAY OFFICE IN CONNECTION.'
with our .business, undes the ontire,eupurviidim.
of Mr..Mil)ec.-, Ws niaks setuwis in Bars 4'ir,,etx hour.
We .guarantee all our Asnvs ami pay the mOHKS'l'v
CASH PKICH for. liars. Wtsvalau hot the lliKheali
rb,i'rlenr Gold Dwfc. -,
BLOCII, MILLER .,
2 mjrBlf - Coi-9fnfn and Washington streets, Dulles. .
" Walter M'atjh left Rogue River Yulley in
July last fur Sao Jbse,. California, since which
time nothing has been heard'of h i in. He was
, mounted on a good horse, ntidvhad $60.witb
him. Foul play is suspected. .
Tni Folsotn T(tcgrapk 4&j that, a minor
there who was. nearly dead, with Inflammatory
rheumatism, .cored himself by ihe use of ker
osene, applied ttxtoroally, anl also- taken In
' small doses inwardly.,
Tn Idtiho H'orW.haaeDtored into the pub
lication of its second volume., . It is ear e fully
written dp, and Is a valuable exponent of the
. mining -and ,, commercial interests of 'the
Boise country. .. -'
. . The Vistivioa- Lode. The Vesuvius. Lode
,, is a raceat..disc.overy( located sixteen -miles
' np Moove'4 Greelt from Idaho City.. A shaft
' has been- sunk,-sy the rForW, seventy-five
. foet oa-tt, and ore are-found which prospect
f from $103 to $415 to-the ten- The owners
Ulnk'that (t li a good., thing Kwblch.ja only
Abandoned The project of putting a
steamer on the Pen d'Oreille Lake , to facilitate
the transmission of freights to Montana Ter
rity, has been abandoned, for' the present at
leat. The only remaining -chance to secure
the twde of thai Bection to the Columbia
Rrver, is by having the Mullan road opened In
time for the Spring, trade and travel. The
route to the Coour d Alene Misslonr by the
south side of tbe-Ccour d'Alone Lake, some
times called. the Old Mullan Road, presents
the best chance for a permanent route of any
now engaging public attention. But unless
the overflow ot lands onthe margin of the
lake is obviated by drainage, even this road is
not available during the Spring, mouths and
early-, in , the Summer.. Unless some- very
energetic action ie- taken in the matter, the
business of supplying the Montana mines will
fall into the bands of the St. Louis people,
and we will have lost the trade of at least ten
thousand of our best mining population.
The Illinois Lode and Mill. The Illinois
Lqds of. gpld-bearing quart is located about
five miles above Idaho City, on a gulch run
ning into ilooro's Ceek It is surrounded
by a forest of pine, and is. convenient to
sufficient water for milling' purposes.! The
lode is from six to fifteen feet wide, running
from northwest to southeast, and dips at an
angle of about forty-five degrees to .thv
West. Two tunnels have been run !nior,the
lode, and in Ju'y. last ft ton-stamp-, mill
commenced crushing rock from,, It, and has
Since- been in continuous operation. The
average yield, working all th rock as it was
taken out, has been .between $45 and $50 a
ton. , The gold averages the value of about
$15 an ounce. There is now a new mill of
twenty stamps on the ground, ready to be
pnt in operation.in the Spring. Tb' -improvements
at the Company's mines ard mill
are of a very substantial character, and are
so arranged as to conveniently deliver the
ores to the mill.
' Th ; Washington ! Standard thinks that
Washington Territory will be.glad to get rid
of 'Walla Walla county, as that -Copperhead ;
d'rstrictvwas the cause of a Democrat being
elected to Congress two years ago. This is
certainly a very cogent reason for the segre
gation of Walla Walla from the Territory.
" If your right had offend you, cut it-off.'
and, .why ,not a county, my boy ?
4 The Pacific Ghrtstian Advocate snys, "Thus
far-there seems to be but livfa prospectjof
colored people getting Access o tho ballot-
box; just now. the prospect is gloomy
enough." The prospect is rather dark-,
that's a fart.
Columbia Lodge, No. 5, I. O. O. F.--
MeeU every 'Jhnrmlay evening at f o'clock, la Gates'
Hall, corner of Second and Court Streets. Brothers in
good standing art liiiited to attend. By order. N. O. .
Awrai-Jtcii-ttKI rnrnish hts- pstrons with a
bountiful, supply of OCHSEN-MATJL BAI,AT at the
PIONEKIt CKLI.Alt THIS (Saturday EVENIXO. All
are invited to call nd partake of til Free Luncb.
Novembfr 3. 1865.- UJ
' Now-.oa Nivea Call at Win. Bkrtibanm's Jewelry.
Store and examine Ills extensive stock of Watches, Dia
monds, Jtwelry, Stiver Ware, Lamps, Cutlery and Faucy
floods, which he offers for sale in order ..to close business
on account of 111 health, at less than cost. There is no
such large and well-selected stock this side of San Fran
cisco, and the quality of the goods will speak fur itself.
Now is your time to buy presents cheap, and at a saving
of 50. percent.. Mr. B. lias also alot of Porlscoptc Glass
SimitaWtlMt perform wonders. , . . . n4tf.
LUNG O 1 "
TO CLOSE. BUSINESiS:.
In this city, October 28th, 1805, G. W. Tkh Etci. a
native oi' New York. aKed 23 years and six months. Sa
cramento and New York papers please copj.
TV. II. GATES,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR. AT LAWv
SOLICITOIt IN CHANCKRY,
WILL ATTEND PHOMPTI.Y .AND WITH FIDEL"
ity, to all businoss entruxted to his care. Pav
(Itular.RMeutlon, paid to collection of Claims, Convej"
anciug, Ita.- Will be, dit'Xug alLhusiuess hoars, in atten
dance at hia.Ooice.
. CORNER OF-eOORT AND SECOND-flTREETSj .
FRENCH MILLINERY STOSEi
Opposite Cohn & BoTim's.
tT-OU-CAN find the LATKST AND MOSI FAail,
M. iuaubuuuus, in tns tine of
IIOXIVETS, 11 ITS, FKATHCKS,
Dross Triminlngs, &o.
In order to make dress complete, It becomes neccstnry
that a BONNET or HAT, Handsomely Trimmed, should
adorn the head. - - .
' Glva me an early call and I will endeavor to suit
verybody in TASTE and at REASON ABLE PRICES.
funicular attent lop pam to
' Embroidery and Braiding Stamping. .
NOTICE TO FARMERS..
flHE PALf.KS LCMBKR AND MANUFACTURING
Jt COMPANY haa recently iuc)ied r -
rBUK UNDKItSlONED would re.-pcctfnHj.inuiCBiUiri.i
JL, pfttrons mid ttitj itjWk nt lrgertlirtr they will-,
couimwiicu Uji attU.tUii tluy,. their Uige auil liuudm)iiv;
Stuck uf ... .v "
Cluthhig Dry Goods,
1'uniiahlng Goodi, iancy tiuudfl,
limn k CtiiiB, . lutlieu' 8J ,
UootB A bhoe, - Childr... tfuoetvi
It ub tier Uuuila, lint.
lilunktiU, balemXlotbiv -
. . Ac, AC, Ao p
In order to retlro from buMnoaa, the above Stock ii)Ut
be sold within Sixty Uuye, und
STltlCTIiY. A.T COST I.
All persons Indebted to the Arm will lie call and
settle their bills immediately, therehy saving all nnus."
ceBary lutui-u troiiWo. . COllN. a JiOIIM.
DUes, Oct. 2, 1916. uc3t&-
MOW TO. SAVE MOIVUY?
CALL AT TUI NSW
Tamily Groecry and Fralt Storey
Corner of Wwhiugton and Second St reels." ,
fpilE UNDKKSIUNKO WISHES TO INFOUM THK
JL people-of the Dal Its, auU tlie ynblic eiittwiLy, timt
he liiui a luie nnd well Helected dtck of
' CAXDJftJi'UTS, &c,
Which he will sell Vholt.s.ile and Retail at Heilucril
iVicei fur CAMI. . Almv comttniitly on hand tlie UhoicwiK
Article of KllKSH BUlTJiH n.u.1. fciUas A!.., erv
varietyof VU1J1TS VKUHTABI.KS in tlieir sensnii.
Pet-sous from up the country, wishing quantities of
K!KM nnd Krnit, by semlinir in their orders, will receivo
the strictest attention, and have them tilled at the Ltmui .
AturAel iVi'cn. Jyll-tfJ C. L. JfcWELX.
new saloon: .
NEW BTONK STORE, WASITINGTON STREET.
TflHE UNDERSIGNED would respectrully announco
M. that he will open a firm class daloon in Vreuch A
Oilmau's New Stone lluildiuir, THIS KVKN1NU, and is .
prepareu to serve customers wiib the best of
Wines, Liquors, and . Cigars. ,
Every day and Eventog. r ' . i ,
oc28tf. JOHN RINDLAHB. .
1 . DEJIM,
Watchmaker, and . Jvwelciv-
MAIN STREET, DALLES,
(NEXT BOOK TO Till ASSAT OFFICE,)
nEALER IN FINK WATCH US, JEWELRY, ,
ni.()f!KR. rinlil lnnR.SilMr nnH llMr4 Wnn. I
Spectacles, Cutlery, Ac. , r jc-i
Particular attention oaid to rcimlrine fWQtl'
batches, Cloaks, Jewelry, etc. AlkWatrhea.repairedrb.,
, tie warranted for twelve, inoiitbs. .
N. B. AIL orders- from.- the miper flonntry, by Exprus
or otherwise, promptly attended to.1 aull t
JOSEPH ELFELT, ,
. ' V,nOII8iL AND UTAH DEALER IX
Fancy & Staple Dry Goods,
CLOTHING, BOOTS' AND SHOES,
1 UATS ANI CAPS, AND '
GeiiUemcn's l urnlsblng Goods.
Fire-proof Stone Store, corner sit. Main and Court v
1 MiNJNQ Bobbad. The preliminary stepB to
organize a JliuingBiircuu have been-taken
by some San Franciscans., Its principal ob
ject will.be so the projectors say, to collate
evidences- of the character; and. richness of
the mines on tho Pacific, ooast. It is more
probable that pne .of its, leading .purposes
will be to koep the mines of Idaho, Qregon
and Washington Territory, in thetshada.
This appears to be. of as -much importance.
toitbQ.Californians generally as tha.deelop
ment.of tbelr own mines.
A. HAN. engaged In tha qiuensware business
in Salem, under he assumed name .of. Smith,
; has tevauud, And left bis Sm Francisco ord
Uort in jtbe lurch It.ls 8id to.Jbe itbe. first
commercial failure which has eq. occurred
U:theOapil.u- t ,: 1
(o thetp Steam Sash and Door Factory, in this City, and
ere-now prepared to CHOP 'KKD,1IUND WHEAT and
COKN. and. warrant t.. give th) best satlstuctlon. On
band constantly and for sale
VXTBA FAMILY FLOUR, 1 1 V
SECONDS OR MIDDLINOB,
BRAN AND SHOUTS, ,
", ' .!".- , CHOP FED, CHICKEN FEEjX ;
"Also, a Superior article of CORN MEAL, from new
The highest market priopaid for WnRAT, CORN and
BARLEY. II. A.HOOUB, Agent.
Dulles, Nov. a, 1806. -m n3tf.
GBAND, O 1 lilV I TV G-
OF TUB . ,
xuain isirves,,. corner oi tjouri,
This , Mveningf, ,
OLD. MACK, TUB PIONEER COOK, would respect
.fully Inform the public thai. he. has .fitted, up. the
above Chp House, and is prepared toerre up MEALS
nd.l,uc.uu in me oesiHyie ana asnesnortest notice.
- BAI.LS.and PARTIES furulhlwHi-suppers, in the
nest iwinu vu t no utui. nwuu.niv-.mis.
uiaTstKS id every stjie. private aiooma
MOUNT. HOOD SALOON:.
MP . JU. U U N T., . , : P.r o p r 1 e t o r , . .
Maln..antX. Court Street,
'' apilrtf. .' -. -i Dalles, Oregon.
' AdminUtrator'M AoUce.
TN THK MATTER OF TIIU KSTA'na ni 1 . ui.
A LAUUULIN, diceaeed Having .fllid my account
wiiii iiivuiers oi vvasco conntv. Kniii.,. i. i,m.j,i,
that tl second day of the .Nuvouilwr, term, A. D. 1885,
nas oecn appoiniea oyxjwuiurt ror heai-ing objections
tosuchflual account and seUleuienniUeroof, ' - x
, v"hi Administrator.
- . ""j i wvhm.j .wtHi womw..
Dissolution of Co-partnership.
TAKE NQTICE, that the partnership heretofore ex
isting between T. H. Bulger and 8. .Lauber; under tha
flrw name of T. n. BULOEU A CO- fbT the butchering '
business, has boendlssolvl.! : j
I Dalles City, Oct. 6, 1866. , . 4wJ - . T.'H. BULGER.
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