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About The daily mountaineer. (Dalles, Or.) 1861-1866 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1865)
' 'jThb Punctual Man. Mr. liig-f-gings
was a very punctual man in ail
his transactions through life., He a
massed a largo tortune by untiring
industry and punctuality; and at the
advanced age of ninety years mas
resting quiotly on his bed, and calm
Jy waiting to be called away. He had
.deliberately made almost every ar:
-rangemont for his decease and burial,
jlis pulse grew fainter, and the light
of life seemed just iSiokering in its
sockot when oue of his-sorvs observed:.:
" Father, you will jirobably live but a
day or two; is it .not well to namo
your bearers?" "to bo sure, my son,"
said the dying man. " It ia well
thought of, and 1 will do it now!" He
gave the names of six, the usual num.
ber, and sank back exhausted upon
his willow. . A ftleam of thought pass-
i over bis withered features like a
tay of light, and he rallied once more.
" Mv son. road me the list. Is the
name of Wiggins there f" " It is Fath
er." " Then, strike it off 1" said he
emphatically," for ho was never punct
ual was never anywhere in season,
and he might binder the procession a
Ekturn to Spkcib Payments The
New .York correspondent -oi lbo Mta
A return to specie,payment is a sub
ject of general public iutereet ; in fact
it is felt to be a necessity. The peo.
pie here envy the citizens of the Gold
en State, who have never boen com
pelled by tho pressure of circumstances
to depart from a hard-currency. How
'- we of the Atlantic States shall return
to the good-old days when a five doU
lr bill represented five dollars in gold,
when silver wasnlentifull and fraction.
a currency unknown, is a question of
'Vital imporUnee to all. xao ways are
two, vie.: ,therepeal of the Legal Ton
der act,: and tho funding of the cur.
.rency without previously repealing
tthe Legal Tender act. The high
nrico of every thing neodod by house.
keepers Tenders it a matter of prime
necessity that one or the other ahull
soon be done, and it is antcipated 4ht
Congress at its next session wAll in
augurate proceedings looking to this
.desired end. The repeal of ibe Legal
Tendor act is, however, the nvosi like
ly action, as woll us the most feasible,
as leading to no difficulties, while the
other might be the cause of many.
Oil Smellers. A correspondent
visiting the oil regions has came
across this class of. 'indescribable.'
He try s to picture them and does it
in this strain. " Vx you ever see an
oil smeller,' and can you tell to which
of the three kindoms it belongs? And
would you think, from .its name that
it bas a soul to so saved .r An on
smeller is a fsHow who goes about
like tho old water finders, wUh
f jrk of witch-hazel in hand, which ob
Iginglj (points six o'clock whenever
there is oil beneath it. lhero aro
perhaps a dozen e these greasy wiz
ards, perambulating Venango county
and loeatiag wells after this fashion
in consideration of a ten dollar bill
and what is stranger, there are plenty
ei people with the ten dollar bill
' There is a vein of superstition run
ning irhouffh all human nature,
whether in Salem and Bedlam or out
of them, and good old Dr Mather was
a little honestor than most men, and
confessed it. Pittsburg Oil Newt.
Important to Miners. Mr. Hodge
the gentleman who some time since
discovered that the drift sand on the
Amerioan river and the red dirt of
of this vicinity would pay well for
working, bas arrived here with his
. patent amalgamator, which will be
placed 1n position at Quigley't steam
works, for the purpose of testing its
adaptibHity to work the gold bearing
dirt in this vicinity. Tho gentleman
)as no doubt of his invention cre
ating a revolution in mining oper
long since he tried a ton ' -of i ed
dirt in Sun .Francisco with his amalg
amator, and realized frbtni it ike um
of eiouy dollars. There' uro(illions
of tons of tho sumo'dirtin thi.sviicini
ty. The profit and feasibility of the
geritlcman's invention,1 however, w.ill
shortlybe determined. Tlio niu,chk
ery will be in position andvin running
order in about ten days, -as -wo are in
formed, when we thuil 'endeavor Co
give a description of this new ysteju
o f m i n i n g. Folsom Teletjrqfh.
THE PIONEER STAGE COMPANY
AFTKll TUB FIRST OF OOTOBtiR, AT THIS FOLLOW
. 1NG KKUUUhU UAXKS:
To Boise City ..'-lS Cents per pound
Idaho Clty......i.,U " "
" Owyhee ..,...J0
For low amount! than one hundred pounds an addition
of Fivo Cents per poaud-will be charged.
TIM lfl WHOM. UMATlLLAi
To Boise City, 3 Day.
To Idaho VUs 3 1-S Days.
TO owyiiee-.., 4 uajs.
JOSKl'U PINKUAM, Asent.
Umatilla, Oct. 1, 1865. oclfctf.
Manufacturer and Importer of
CARRIAGE, COSi OKD, HUGO
Saddles, Bridles, Whips.
- A genoral assortment of
Saddlery, Hardware. Leather, etc.
Orders Solicited, llepairing done with neatness
and diapati. r. A. uakk,
Jeturt nam street, ironung nasiiington, vanes,
I8S O'KOURKE DK8IKK8T0 INFORM the
Ladles of Dulles and vicinity, that the
has Just received a fresh supply of
MILLINERY AND DRESS MAKING.
The latest I arls. Near .York and Ban Francisco styles
of HON NETS, I1ATS, B1UUONS, LACKS, FEATIIKKS,
FLOWKUS, CO. A full and well-selected assortment of
Ladles' Heady-Made Garments.
Also, a Fasniuuable assortment of
DRESS T:R IMMINGS1
8TAMPIN0 for Embroider v and Braldfng. PINKINO
done at short noticeu .BONNKI8 Bleached and Pressed
in the latest style. Aitargo assortment of
Children's Beady-Made Clothing
Constantly on hand, tllavlng secured the services of a
rirst uiaas ureas Matter, i am prepared to cut ana nt
Ladles' and Children's DRESSES and CLOAKS.
THIRD STREET, oue square east of the Catholle
J. GOETZ Sc CO.,
Have removed to
Kudio's New Stone Building,
Washington Street, near French A Oilman's, end have
opened a weii-asaorteu sioca 01
HAVANA and DOMESTIC 8EO ARS, -
TIBOINIA and WESTERN TOBACCO,
FRENCH and SCOTCH SNUFF,
MEERSCHAUM and other PIPES,
' PLAYING CARDS,
INDIAN and FANCY QOODS, Ac, Ac.
Che trade supplied at LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
DUSENBEllir & uiios.,
Dallea an d Walla Walla,
PIALSUS 111 '
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
And a full assortment of General Merehendlse. Buying
our Goods exclusively In the San Franciaco market, and
making none but cash purchases, we are caaljled to tell
30 per ceut. cheaper than any other House at tbe Dalles
ml-tf Dalles and Walla Walla.
POUTIiAIVI) I OUAIHtY
FIR8T STREET, between Yamhill and Morrison.
f n m unsilncs
J!l of from 4 to 4u horse- .,AJiii,"'3!!rs.
Stationary.- Also, qtK- eWMiRa
CULAIl SAW JUbLS
nn hanil Al.n. HmV PrtM-
sesef aUslaes; Planing &to!W$.
pattern,) WroiurM and W-Jti W'nJ
Cast Iron work fur Ver- 'JC
tical sawanu unsi minis
Braes and Iron Castings
WROUGHT IRON WOUK
of ewrj description. I ass also prepared to furnish
Quarts Mill complete, of the Latest St
most improved patterns.
These Mills can beforwardod to any part of the mines
as ttas weujbt 01 tue entire machinery will not exceed s,
iloise rower s Agnouunrai impiemenn
manufactured to order at the very LOWEST CASH PRICE
N. B. Partlcnlor attrntion paid to KKrAiHo.
SIGNS ! SIGNS! SIGNS!
O. 8. SAVAGE
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER,
W 1 AJ P
Pnlnra. Puitv. Brnahaa. Gl ne. ete.
Paner Hanninns, Window Shades, Fixtures, Ac 1-tf
DALLES C1YY URIO STORE.
WSDI.M1LI AND TAIL t&aSSM;
DEALER IN DRUGS.
Perfumerv. Fancy Soaps,
PATENT MEDICINES. Ac 1-tf
DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES I!
DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES!!
DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES It
BOOK & JOB PRINTING OFFICE.
First Street, between Main and 11
JOB PRINTINC OF EVERY VARIETY
Executed with accuracy and dinpatch.
II A STYLE THAT WILL COMPARE FAVORABLY
with the very best, and
AT BATES AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST
- TO ORDEft:
Cards and IS i 1 I-B3 e a d
CHECKS, DRAFTS. KECEUTS.
POSTERS AND P110GIUMMES
THEATRES CONCERTS EXHIBITIONS,
., cfc, ice,
MIINTKD 1 Till MOST ATTRACTIVE HMKUI. kUlO,
BILLS Or FAKK.
ITricfs and Paniplilcts,
VISITING, WEDDIAO AND "AT HOME" CARDS
In short, everything that can lie done In a Bonk and Ju
Printing OHicu, from tho smallest and most delicate Card
or Circular, to lias fu-fcesi siso nnu most Hinwv i-usuna
Bill and which will be turned eut in a style Hint canui-t
fail to insure entire satisfaction.
our rxciUTiie run tin ixicutiok (
In the niost beautiful Colors, Shades and Tints.
Such as Taney Posting Bills!
From a single Sheet to the Largest Jianiniotu,
ORNAilEtiTAL SHOW CARDS.
l lUHtlERS LABELS,
Ate nnsurpaased by those ol uny other establishment in
Oregon. W o devote special attention to this branch ot tl
business, and are continually adding to our already exten
sive and well appointed asuortmest vf material,
NEW TYPES, BORDERS, ORNAMENTS.
rfc, etc., . rfo,, '
Of the most modern and elaborate designs. Our stock e
FANCY INKS, TINTS, AC,
Arenfthennest nnalitv. and for richness of color and
durability, oanuot becqualed in the State.
i Ine principle npon amen uu,ni i
tabllshment is, tint persons will cousult their own inter
ests, by awarding tlieir custom to that onlce in which
thoir money -can be expended to the best advantage, 'iiv
this end we solicit all lu want of good Prlutini:, at very
reasonable eliaritea, tu call and examine specimens, and
Judge for yuurselvee.
Orders from tnc tppcr lounirj
vYIUIiave onr special care, and friends from the Intern r
may rely upon having their orders tilled promptly, us wa
HAVE THE ONLY IMPROVED tORDON POWER PRESS
In the State of Orfgon I
1JdreM! MOUNTAINEER OFFICE
mlg.tf Dalles. Oregon.
Hard. Wood Lumber.
CARRIAGE AND WAGON MATER'ALS
-TB DT.WrO CALL ATTENTION of Carriage Jinn
ww ..r..t1Kv.M an.i rtoMiAm tn the Larue and Coin
plete assortuient of CAllhlAQE aud WAUON ilATfclll
Al.a we are constantly receiving from the toht. tperinlly
selected for the California market, comprising, 0K
Hlckorv. and Second Growth Asii nana, nicaorjr i
W agon Voles, Hubs, Ppokes, Felloes, Hitns, fchalts, to. Ac.
whicli we ofler at tlie lowest Cash Prices.
tf orders addressed to our nouse win i;-r
Jol6:3ui. 29 81 natiery Btreei, ran eriiciv",
and 17 A 18 f eventh rtreet Bacramenta
C. Waterhoosi, U. W. Uraoo a Co, J. .
Ban Francisco. nacrameuio.
R. B. DALLAS!. 0. W. iRMta.
ARMES &, DALLAM,
Importers ud Jobbers of
WOOD ARID WlliLOW nAUfc,
BKUBUE9, TWISEs, C0UDA0E, to.
And Manufacturers of
California Palls, Tubs, Brooms, ic.
217 A 21 Sacramento Street, between Front and Davis,
HOOT AND SHOE STOIIU.
IT. WYOIOIATN .
WAS REMOVED 1118
1. BTOIIE to the building on Main
BOOT AND SHOE
a on Main atreet.
nearly ODDoslte Moody's Hall, where he has
just reoelved, direct from San Francisco, an un
usually one and well selected siecK 01
BOOTS AND SHOES,
of thevery best quality and latest stylet
EVER BROUCHT TOTHIS MARKET,
Including the celebrated ENGLISH IIUNTINO SHOE
manufactured by Benkert. Also, a large aasnrtinent of
LAdlen' and hlldren'M Galtcrg,
Of the latest Slrles, Just received from the best Poll-
adelpbla makers. Also, a very large assortment of
FINE DRESS BOOTS.
49H3entlemen who prefer te have their Boots or 8hoes
made to order, cWn rely upon obtaining a neat and easy
St. F. WYCKMAN, Main street,
seld-tf Opposite Moody's Hall.
PA.RTIK8 WISHING PHOTOGRAPHIC LIKENESS
US takon, will oblige bf calling sewn, as I goto
Australia shortly. PI r, 11 It B U0LTZ,
iylt-tl- Second Street.
W. D. BIGELOW,
Receiving, Storing, Forwarding
lavsassl snaila All flnnatirnivianva. t
wuwtvil Ull,AJlIlX,tULJ)o?;!tljLttmatllla House.
WB0LE8ALR AMD RETAIL
Washington Street, between Main and Second Street
S LEMON Is abla to supply parties la want ofDrngs,
Patent Medicines. Chemicals, Acids, Perfumery,
and every other article enumerated witn tna
WHOLESALE DRUG BUSINESS,
A t lnwA.t market rates.
49-Pkysseiana and Merchant Intending to purchase
for the Mines, win uo wen to give aim wi.
TRUSSES & SHOULDER BRACES
In g,e.t variety. 8. LEMON.
ap.8:tf. Washington St., between Main adn Second.
SOLS AORXt III CALIFORNIA fOR
TILTON Sl MoPARLAND'8
Fire Ac llurglar Frooi Males.
STEEL LINED VAULTS,
. Combination Lock.
4a-Cdnstantly on hand a full assortment of SAFES.
318 BATTKKY BTltKKT,
J. XV. IfllliliKU Ac CO.,
(successors to bummill a muaa,
WH0LRBALI aXB BRAIL BRALRRi IM
Stoves, Tin Plate, Sheet Iron
Lead Pipe, Copper,
Force & Lift Pumps,
Zinc, Brass & Iron Ware
Lead Pipe, Sec, Sto.
a Jnn WORK. In all Its branches, attended to
short notice. MAIM BTRKKT, Salle,oppslte Bloch
Miller Co. apie-ii
-am TIIK MATTKIl Of TilK ESTATK Of W. 0.
I i.AHiiill.lN. ikce.ied: llavin- tiled my semi
annual account wUh the Cle' k of Wasco (ooniy, last
..inl it, Iim liniilit Inraraiil nn ijav. oi fteitiemeilk
Notice Islieiuliy given ibai tue second day of the No
vember lerui. . 0. 1S06, has been eppomied by the
Pnnri lor ueailuuobleckioiia to Ann! account and settle-
,i.r..r It. II. WOOD. Administrator.
By order of lion. v. n. venny, voonty umj. mr,. i
TUB CO-PARTNBKS1IIP beretorore existing tie
tween GKO. II. KAM8KY A B. YAOEH, In the bot
iii, .r,a lnnii hn.inua. is this dar dissolved by mutu
al consent. Geo. H, llamsey having disposed of his Inter
est to Mr. Win. Ilartman, who win continue lue uu
ness under the nrm and name of Ilartman A Yager.
Thankful for past favors, they wonld ask a continuance
of patronage from old customers and friends.
All bills against the flr of Bamsey A Co., and all
bills due said nrm, will be settled by Ilartman xager.
B. H. BILL. A. J. KAM.
HILL & KANE,
. WHOLISALR AUD BRAIL BRALRRS IR
Groceries, Dry Goods, Liquors
8TOHAOH AND FOKWAKD1NG.
Ooods consigned to us will meet with proper attentive
References i . '
H. W. Corbet, Bobbins A Co.,
Blchards A McCracken, W. 0. Moody A Co,
' II. Law, O. Ilnmason. -Umatilla
Landing, Sept. th,lBtt8.
TO TEAMSTERS AND DAIRYMEN!
FEED ! FEED 1 1
Of ALL KINDS) lor Bala In lota to iult, by
R. He LA W y ' r 7
S Front Street, Portland,
ecl8:tf. . Opposite 0.8.N.Warehoua.