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About The daily mountaineer. (Dalles, Or.) 1861-1866 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1865)
Last Hope for the Chco Houte.
Tbe more we think und hear siiki about
tbe laio eanhquuko in San tFranoisco,
.and the eruption ot Mount Hood in
Oregon, the more -we are confirmed in
the boliel ihttt tbe Cuya of tbut people
are numbered. (To toe eure, there i
a bare ponBibility ot those underground
dteuirbiincea being a Bupernalural
warning to the inhabitants to do bet
ter in the future, with the promise df
iloagor lease ot'eurthly. oxiNteneo. In
the case of Oregon, the tinker of Di
vine wrath tieema plainly vitiible. The
great floods of 62 deuioiiatruted that
a surpluM of water -wus not exact ly the
element for destroying the Wubleet,
and tbe bigh water dodge, of Noah
memory, id abandoned in their case.
Even granting that thoy should nius
ter up industry sufficient to commence
a modem Tower of Babel, they would
. again have the advantage of tlieGrtuiti
Architect on the question of a " Con.
fusion of Tongues" having a lan
guage of their own .that they could
tall back on, and which is undoubtedly
boyond tbe knowledge even, lot alone
the control, of the Powers above But
thero is evidently to bo no escape from
the wrath to come. Mouut Hood is
overlooking the movements of that
people like the sword of Damocles,
ready at the parting of u hair, to dis
gorge a bellyful ot fire and brimstone
all over them. We may bo censured
somewhat for this, but "let facts bo
submitted to a candid woild. An
earthquake would have but little effect
an the foothold of a Webfoot he
could stand any amount Blowing
around," and perhaps fed the belter;
for it. But the Columbia River is in
danger of being closed by an eruption'
of Hood, and with the fate ot the
Brother Jonathan staring tbe traveler
in the face, we are again prompted to
recommend the advantages of the
Cbieo route over that of the Oregon.
We think everything is stated so plain
ly, that Ills' not neewsary to discourse
further on tbe sugject at present.
False AppEARANeEs.--The New
York Sun warns its readers not to
take hectio flush of seeming prosperity
for tbe bloom ot real personal or na
tional health. It therefore soberly
and wisely says: "Government in in
debt twenty seven hundred millions
of dollars all contracted with n the
last five years. Every dollar of that
debt, which boars interest, is distribu
ted among the people, and every tax
payer must bear a share of the burden,
according to the taxable valuation ot
bis property. It matters not how
much of this interest is paid by direct
tax, or bow much in tbe way ot inter.
nal revenue ; in one way or another it
all rests upon tbe pooplo, and tbe
country at large is justube said twen
ty seven hunaVod million dollars poor
er than it would havo been without
the war, to say nothing of the general
wastage of resources, Ilow is it, then,
that we are apparently richer, while
in reality a great deal poorer than
before the rebellion ? the truth is, that
our present condition is unnatural
baseless, transitory. The war created
an artificial prosperity, which, nl
though well enough for the individuals
who ' made buy while the sun shone,
was fictitious and unreal, so far as the
couutry was concerned.
A New Religious Movement. A
singular religious movement was be
gun in England a few weeks ago. It
is proponed to unite the members of
the English, Iloman Catholio and
-Greek churches in friendly commun
ion' and the public journals report
that threo hundred churches in Eng
land have assented to tbe measure.
' The institution is formed under the
title of "The Association for the
Promotion of the Unity of Christen
dom," to unite in a bond of intercessor
. ry prayer among members. They
bjo not to compromise any principles
' which they, rightly or wrongly, hold
iniiiii' n ,Timr-gf,v'-,-'i
dear; they are simply asked to uitfte
for the promotion ot a hih andl-holy
end- The names of the members are
to bo kept : strictly: private, '-and the
only obigi'tion imposed lXipon thfno
who join 'the association is the daily
use of a nrrtrt 'form of prayer, to
whiib it added,' in the cane of priests,
the otferiiKg. 'tit. least once in three
months, lif-tlie Holy Hucrifice.
'A ma-n dining with a friend, one
day, wus struck by the earnestness
with which one of the little girls re
garde him. He therefore took her
upon his knee, and began talking
with her. " Pleatte, fir" said lie,
presently, "teJI -me what's in the
house next to j'our,; JL'd-likc to sue it."
Tell me, my .lit tie dar, why you 'Wish
to know."' 'Because, Sir, II hoard
mamma -say that you wro next door
to a brute;"
A woman in one of tb census din
.tricts on Long Island gave to the
enumeratoi the names ot t wenty of
her children, and ihen said she be
lieved there were two or threo more,
but she could'nt just theu remember
Wlulling, reading uloud from a let
ter just received, of a friend who had
been " washed overboard," was tuken
aback by a precocious five-year old
inquiry if too man was too dirty to be
washed on board the ship.
SPRING AND SUMMER fcoODS
iMsi:in:uv v iiiis..
Unlle and WiUla Wtvlln, .
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
Boot and Shoes,
Uata and Capa,
And a full assortment uf General Merchandise. Buylu
our Goods exclusively In the Sati-raucfuco market, an
innaiug nuns dui cun purcnuses, Tie are enaoieu to sen
M per cent, cheaper tliau anjt other limine at the Dalle.
Dalles and Walla Walla.
HOOT AN 11 SHOE STOKE,
UAS -REMOVED III8 BOOT AND 8H0B
BTilKB to the building on Main etroet,
nearly onuosite Moodv'. 1UII. where he iiaa
just roneived, direct from 8an Francisco, an hi-
usually nne and well selected stuck of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
of the.Tery beat quality and latest styles
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET,
Including the celebrated ENGLISH HUNTING SHOE
manufactured by Benkerl. Also, a large assortment of
Ladles' and Children'! Gaiters,
Of the latest Styles, Just received from the beat Phil
adelphia makers. Also, a very large assortment of
FINE DRESS BOOTS.
M-Gentlemen who prefer to have their Boots or 8hoei
made tourdeccau rely upon obtaining a neat and jeasy
lit. g. VV YCKMAN, Main street,
sel6-tr Opposite Moody's Hall.
1. .A. XX -A IL ID
MRnufirtmer andtrnporter of
CARRIAGE, CONCORD, BUGG"
Saddles. Rrldles, Whips.
A genoral assortment of
Saddlery, Hardware. Leather, etc,
sflT- Orders Solicited. Repairing done with neatness
and dispatch. V. A. HAKE,
jetlltf Main Street, fronting Washlntoii, Dal lea.
Filter STREET, between Yamli.lt and ltldprtadn.
of f rum 4 to 4u horse
povrer.ti titer Portable or
bmtlonary. Also, Jli4-
CULAli SAW MILLS
uu imiiu. nieo, mtjr nun- .jg. 'fJ
u. nf all a.voa Pln,Un Vf M '
Machines. ( Wood worth's
pattern,) Wrought and
Cast Irou worfc for Ver
tical Sawand Urlst mill';
Itross and Iron Castings
WROUGHT IRON WORK
ef every description. I am also prepared to furnish
Quartz Milla complete, of the Latest Sc
most improved Patterns.
These Mills can be forwarded to any part of the mines
as tlie weight of the entire machinery will not exceed 3.
Horse Powers & Agricultural Implements
manufactured toorder at the very LOWEST CASH PRICK
.K. B. Partlculor attention fMUU to REPAIRS. feflO-tf
IN THE CIRCUIT COUKT OP TUB 8TATE OF OREGON
foil UNION COUNTY NOVtMBISK T1S11M, 18tii.
Ellen B. Carter, Plaintiff, )
William 0. Certer, Defendant. I
f WILLIAM 0. CAKTEIl, defendant: In the name
oi in state oi uregon you are hereby summoned
and required to appear and answer the complaint of the
pialntitr now on tile In the clerk's office lu said Court,
alier service hereol upon you by publication for six
weeks In the Weekly Aivuntainur, as by order of sild
Court, or a decree for want thereof will be taken against
i'ou; and unless you so appear aud auswer said com
ilalut, the plaintiff will apply to the Court for ti.e relief
therein Diuyed lor, which is the dissolution of the mar
riage relation between you and her, together with cost,
and disbursements liereiu. By order of J. Q. Wilson,
Jude of the 6th Juill, ial District of Uregon.
oco-ow BKAOKISTT A BAKKlt, Atf. for Pl'lf. '
!LLLI; OFF AT COST!
M. Wunsch fc Co.,
WILL CLOSE OUT TUEIK STOCK OF MERCHAN
DISE, at their place of business, at the Dalles, iu
order to go the Mines. Their stock embraces
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Hats
All which will be sold at COST, for CASII.only.
Air Ail who know themselves Indebted to our firm at
the Dalles will please call and settle as won as possible.
Those who have been accouunudated we trust will not
delay us unnecessarily, but be prompt in squaring up ao
couuts. Call and see us, all and evorybody I
aull-tf M. WUN3CII k CO.
PARTIES WISHING l-IIOTOORAPUIO LIKENESS
ES taken, will oblige by calling soon, as I goto
Australia shortly. PihllllK 1I0LTZ,
y:ll-tl- Second Street.
W. Z. BIGELOW,
Receiving, Storing. Forwarding
. Advances made on Consignments.
MAIN BTKKBT, Opposite, the Umatilla Boon.
SIGNS! SIGNS! SIGNS!
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER.
O I L S t
Colors. Putty, Brushes, Qlue, etc.
Paper Hangings, Window Shades, Fitre,c. I-tf
WB0LI8ALI AMD BITAIL
DEALER IN DRUGS.
Perfumery, Fancy Soaps,
PATENT MEDICINES. c,
DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES 1 1
DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES!!
DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES I!
WH0UBAU 1D HTAIL ,
Washington Street, between Main and Second Street.
4 LEMON Is able to supply parties In want of Drugs,
lw Patent Medicines. Chemicals, Acids, Perfumery,
and every other article enumerated with the
WHOLESALE DRUG BUSINESS,
At th Invest narfcet rates.
r Physicians aud klerchaata Intending to purchase
for the Mines, will do well t give mm a can.
TRUSSES & SHOULDER BRACES
In great variety.
ap.8:tf. Washington St., between Main adn Sec pad.
J. W. MILLEIl Ac CO.,
(successors to bo.iiiu, a mull,)
VH0U8A1I AND aAIL piAUOS M
Stoves, Tin Plate, Sheet Iron
Lead Pipe, Copper,
Force & Lilt Pumps,
Zinc, Brass & Iron Ware
Leu.il JPipo, &o., &i3.
J3- JOB WORK. In all Its branches, attended to
short notice. MAIN BTKEKT, Dal les.opp. site Bloch
Miller Co. apiv-tl
N THE MATTER OF TlfH ESTATE OP W. 0,
LAUU1ILIN. deceased: Iliivinir Hied my semi'
annual account with the Clerk of Wasco county, last
account to be brought forwurd on days of settlement,
Notice 1. hereby given that tiio second day of the No
vember term. A. D. IBM. has boon unpointed by the
Court lor hearing objection, to final nccuuut and settle
ment (hereof. K. II. WOOD, Administrator.
By order of Hon. 0. N. Denny, County Judge. oc34w
BOOK & JOB PRINTING OFFICE.
First titreet, between Main And B
JOB PRINTING OF EVER Y VARIETY
Executed with accuracy and dispatch.
II A STYLE-THAT MILL COMPAJIE FAVOKABL? ,
with the very best, and
AT BATES AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST
Cnrth and IS i 1 l-II e a tl s
CHECKS. DRAFTS, RECEIPTS,
FOSTERS AND PROGRAMMES
THEATRES CONCERTS EXHIBITIONS.
fte. c, tc,
FRINTHB In. llOBT iTTSACIIVE MANKkK. ALSO.
'HILLS Or FAKK.
Uriels and Pamphlets,
nsrrixa, weddinq and uat home" cards
In stflrt, every thing that can be done In a Book and Job
Printlnir Office, from the smallest slid most delicate ard
or Circular, to the largest size and most showy Pushing
Ulllltua wnicll Will ue lurneu oui IU a myie lliai caquui
fall to IttBure entire satisfaction. ,
'OOI FAOIUTIU rOM TH1 XXtCDTlOH OF I
In the most beautiM dolors, Shades and Tints. I
Such as Taney Posting; Bill? I
From a single Sheet to the Largest Mammoth, I
ORNAMENTAL SHOW CARDS,
I VRtVMERS' LABELS,
! nnanrnniuil i,v tlwiKA l IKIIV lltliur AHtlLlllisliment iU
Oregon. v' devote special attention to this branch of tie
business, and are ooutiuually addiug to our alroady extei
sive and well appointed assortment of muterial,
NEW TYPES. BJROERS,' ORNAMENTS.
c ifs. td.'..
Of the most modern and elaborate deBlgna. Our stock o.
Are of the finest quahty, and for richness of color and
durability, cannot be equaled in the State.
Tito principle upon which business is asked for this e.
teblhuimeut is, that persons will consult their own Inter
ests, by awarding their custom to that office In which
their money can be expended to the best advantage, la
tliis eud we solicit all iu want of good Printing, at very;
reasonable charges, to call aud exauiiue specimens, aud
Judge tor yourselves. t
Orders from the Upper Country
Will have our special care, and friend, from the Interior
may rely upon having tneir oruem uueu piumy.,, -
HAVE THE ONLY IMPROVED bORDON POWER PRESS
In tbe fcitate oi' Orfaon. !
Address: 1 .
ml8-tf Hallos. Oregon.
Hard Wood Lumber.
CARRIAGE AND WAGON NWJER'ALS
WE BKO TO CALL ATTENTION oieCarrlnge Man
ufiicturers and IJealers to the LArge and Coin
plete assortment ot CAKhlAUE and WAfiuN MAT till
ALS we are constantly receiving from the tast, kpeclally
selected lor the Cnlilbrnla market, conipilslng, Oak,
Ilickory. and Second (Irowtli Ash Plunk, iiicKory axi
VI aeon Poles. Hubs. Ppokes, lelloes, Jilms, tuaits.c. c.
which we offer at the lowest Ciuili 1'rkcs. ,
Qjr orders addressed to our house will receive promp
attention. N. W. 11 It AUG CO.,
.jolkUni. 29 A 31 Battery Street, Niii rrancleoo,
and 17 A lv Seventh Mreet bkrenienlo.
C. Watirhouse. ll.W.lliuua ACo., 9 . V . Leotkr
Ban Francisco. Sacramento. i new i
B. B. DALLAM.
o. w. Aunts.
ARMES & DALL;
Importers and Jobbers oi
WOOD AND WILLOW 1
BRUSHES, TWINEs, COM) AGE. II
And Manufacturers of
California Tails, Tubs, Brooi
217 k 210 Sacramento Street, between Front h
foan Fraiicieco. - ocll:
frjLB AGENT IX CALIFORNIA EUR
TILTON & McFARLAlWS
Fire Ac JLturglar Proof Safes.
JrCoD8tantly on hand a full assortment of BaVeS.
318 BATTEHY BTKKWTi
Jy6-6m Ban jfrancjaco.
THE CO-PAKTNKKSIIIP heretofore existing be
tweenOEO. II. HAMtiKY A II. YAOEK, in th bot
tling and saloon business, is this day dbuuilved by mutu
al consent. Geo. U, ltamsey having disposed of his Inter
est to Mr. Km. tlarttnan, who will continue tbe busi
ness under the firm aud name of Ilartman A Yager.
Thankful for past favors, they would ask a continuance
of patronage from old customers and friends.
All bills against the fir n of Kamsey A Co., and all
bills due said nrm, will be settled by llaytman A Yager.
B. B. HILL. A. J. KAMI.
HILL & K
WBOLEBALl AND AKTAIL OIALERS IN
Groceries, Dry Goods, Liquors
STORAGE AND F0UWAHD1N0.
Good, consigned to us will meet with proper attention
H.W.Corbet, Bobbin, k Co., -
Richards k McCracken, W. 0. Moody A Co
II. Law, 0. Uumason.
Umatilla Landing, Sept. 8th, 181)3.
TO TEAMSTERS iND DAIRYMEN I
FEEL)! FEED 1 1
OF ALL KINDS, For Bale In lot. to suit, by
B. II. LAW,
56 Front Street, Portland,
Opposite 0.8. N. Warehouse.