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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 13 May 1899

ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY . ' BY 4. DOUTHIT, PublKhw. ' SUBSCRIPTION RATK8. . -DAILY a ar mall ' 8.00 Month 3.00 . Meoaths 1.60 - WEEKLY - mtTor, by mail fl 60 8U month.... 75 SATURDAY : MAY :3. 1899 ' THE BEEF WAS PULSUS. That is the verdict of the commis- sion appointed t lnvesticate the charges made by General Mites. The most important features of the re ' port, which was made public last Sun day are: That the charge of General Miles that the refrigerated beef was treated , w'th chemicals were not established; that his allegations concerning the canned fresh or canned roast beef were sustained as to its unsuitabUity - for food as used on the transports and as a long continued field ration; cen " sure of General Miles for erroi "' in falling to promptly notify the secre tary of war when be first formed the opinion that the food was unfit; cen sure of the commissary-general (then General Eagan) lor the too extrusive . purchase of the canned beef as an un- '. tried ration; censure of Co...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 13 May 1899

SATURDAY,. MAY 13, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Wednesday's Dally. Frank Fulton, of Biggs, spent yes- - terday in town. ' M. Surrad. of the Great Northern furniture Vo., went to Portland to day. ' . , Frank Connelly was a passenger on the Regulator this morning going to Wnite Salmon. Mrs. Jewett, of White Salmon, was in the city. last, nixh and returned home by boat this morning. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. W. . H. Crawford, aged three months, died at their home in Rrockland yesterday. Wm. Wurswiler, the Prineville merchant, arrived here at noon from rnuetiue sou itsib on mo. x lor rorir ladd. - F. B. Milliorn, of Junction, who has been out in Crook county inspecting the Ochoco mines, was in the city last night.' . ' Mr. Brooks has been notified that the river rose 1.3 at Lewititon yester day. - The river here rose 1.6, the river standing at 16.1 this morning. . The plledriver was towed down to Hcod River this morning. The com- pany intends putting in a dock at that i . place, and w...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 13 May 1899

SATURDAY.... MAY 13, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. ' r rum Saturdays uaiiy. 1. 3 a . i 1 several loaaa oi wool irom saerman county arrived here today. A. J. Lelaod, the popular freight solicitor, ia airai n . n th r.ir.v. . o Messrs. Mike Glavey, Willis Hen dricks and Pat McGreer, of Tygh Ridge, are in town. - Pan Rat hi nrr- n t.in A nmr tVin .(.ah by boat this morning and will return on the Regulator this evening. The Prineville Journal says the loss Of cattle in Crook county during the past winter was not more than 5 per cent. Mr. Sichel arrived here yesterday afternoon from Portland and left this morning for Prineville where he goes to lood after his stock interest. The Watco county peoples party will hold a meeting in The Dalles on Friday, May 19. The object is to talk over the policy of the party in the future. t ' . ' A comDanv has been incorporated at Tillamook to operate a saw mil. by electric power. Roads for bringing logs to the mill will also be operated by electricity. At the Lu...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 20 May 1899

i vi? rr mm 0h THE DALLES. OKEGON, SATURDAY. MAY 20. 1899. NO. 19 CONSOLIDATED 1882. TIHE-lIO(T!fTA.I!!BEB, ' XIII :! BSOlUTEiylJRE Makes the food more HOTUt WXMB IN THE PATH OF THE TORNADO Death and Destruction at a Mexican Town , Dallas, Tex., May 12. A spefeial to the News from Eagle Pass, Texas, aaya: -' The Hondo coal mine 100 miles south of here in Mexico, ws visited Wednesday at 6 p. m. by a .terrific tornado, dealing death and destruction in its path. The upper story of the general office, hotel, depot and a pump house were bown away. A string1 ' of freight cars was carried several hundred yards out on the prairie. Eight bodies haye been recovered, and others are supposed to be in the ruins. A great many were seriously wounded, among them Superintendent McKin Bey, Lawrence McKinney, his son be1 ing cneofthe dead. The tornado also struck the town of Sabinas 12 ; mlies away, killing two persons. This section has heretofore been oonsider- ' ed far out of the zone of tornadoes. ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 20 May 1899

ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY BY DOUTHIT, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. DAILY aj nun J8.00 Months 8.00 Mooaths 1.60 WEEKLY Wn Ton, by mail., Six months.,..-. .... 11 SU 75 SATURDAY. .MAY 20, 1899 OUB 8ECBETABY OF WAR If there is any man in public life in the United States who is more gener ally detested than the secretary of war v it is not known. Of all America be is the least respected of any, still he is retained in the cabinet for reasons . probably better known to President - McKinley and Senator Hanna than anybody else still he is retained, and there seems to be no hope that he will be removed. Why he was elevated to ; a cabinet position has ever been a mystery except that he bought his way ' in during- the campaign of 1896, ttvre - by creatirg certain obligations t hat the president had to' recognize, for certainly he had never done anything to entitle him to be placed at the head of the war department. Hi a '' record In the civil war was anything ' but enviable, and it could not ha...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 20 May 1899

(3) Simts-ffilounlaiBm. SATURDAY MAY 20, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Wednesday's Dolly- Walter Laidler, of Goldendale, ia in too city. Charles Gu other, of Wasco, is regis tered at the Umatilla House. Marriaee license was issued today to A. P. Estabrook aud Miss Ella White. H. T. Murchie. of Wasco was in town yesterday, and left last night for La Grande. Harrv Hampshire went to Portland by boat today to have his eyes treated by a specialist. -. Mrs. Fallng. who has been visiting Mrs. W. H. Moody, left this morning lor her home in fortland. Miss Emma Ulrica left on the boat this morning for Albany accompanied by ber aunt, Mrs. Kate Becur and children. Tom Glavey was a passenger on the Regulator this morning, going to : Cook's Itmdlng with a span of horses . he had sold to a lumbering firm. Mrs. Tackman has added two more green houses to her floral establish ment, so that she will soon be able to supply all varieties of flowers, bulbs, etc. Today Judge Mays shipped 1500 head of stock sh...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 20 May 1899

C V i i ; 7 x SATURDAY ; . . . MAY 20, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Saturday's Daily. . James Kelly, of Kingsley, ia Id the oily. J. B. Real, of Forest Grove, is ia the city. Hon. H. Geer, school land agent, is in the city. . Grant Hawley, of Grass Valley, wa9 in town last night. W. Lord came home last night from - a short visit to Portland. S. Ferrell, of Portland, is here look ing after bis fish interests. ' The river rose 1.1 feet in 24 hours, and today stood at 21.8 feet-. Mrs. Arms worthy, of Arrlington, - arrived on the afternoon train. H. H. Bresbone and wife, of Lead ville, Col., are visitors in the city. J. M. Filloon came down from Moro yesterday and spent today in tee city. . Messrs. M. Wurzweiller, Alf Allen and Emmett Holman, of Prineville, - are in the city. The examination of teachers closed yesterday, and at present the board is engaged looking over and grading pa pers. - Mrs. W. E. Waltherfc is very ilL Her mother arrived today from Cen . tervllle, and will remain uuti...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 27 May 1899

THE DALLES. OKEGON, SATURDAY, JMAY 27. 1899. NO. 20 CONSOLIDATED 1882. X.III MIU'VTAtXKBK. Volm TI II M-MOPSTAIHBEB. 'AIL BSOLUTEIYtHJRE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome norm tnam GENERAL LUNA STILL BELLIGERENT He Will Delay Peaee Negotiations. Manila, May 19. General Luna is reported to be making desperate efforts to restrain educated Filipinos within the limits of hjs self-appointed juris diction from communicating with the Americans, even to arresting - Enca mino and Herrera, two of the most Influential officials coming via San Isidro today. This and the removal of the seat of " government to Tarlic, 30 miles nor I of San Fernando, may lead to compli cations and delay in pacification, but it is generally conceded that further opposition to American sovereignty is useless and ridiculous. Neither Gen eral Luna or General Bio del Pilar has sufficient force to resist or compel submission. General Wheaton has been relieved of the command of the Second division for special a...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 27 May 1899

ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY . BY " - DOOTHIT, Fublietriatr. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. . , : DAILY ' a ay 'mail -. $6.00 Months 8.00 ,.',: Moonthj 1.60 ' WEEKLY . lne Year, by mail fl SO Sis month . TO SATURDAY MAY 27, 1899 " MILITARY TRIBUNALS. The embalmed beef investigation and its conclusion are a surprise to the American people. Military tribunals in' both the navy and army, although very distasteful, especially when they take jurisdiction of any matter relat- lng to civil life, were never regarded as necessarily corrupt. ' But the hope of impartial investigations affeiting jobbers ' or politicians will no longer be indulged. The conclusion of the meat trust investigation is based upon ' the idea that all who were compelled - to eat unwholesome beef or starve -were liars, and all those who were in a position 'to supply themselves with - luxuries were truthful. ' The people S were not prepared to believe that the ' beef trust magnates could not under any circumstances find tools and de pende...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 27 May 1899

3J SATURDAY MAY 27, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Wednesday's Dally. E. C. Fitzpatrick, of Tygh Valley, is la town. Miss Ida Ward went to Portland boat this morning. by J. C. O'Leary was a passenger on the Regulator for Portland this morn' inf. Hon. A. H. Breyman and daughter and Miss Page, of Portland, are vis! tors in the city. Judge Bennett went to Portland this morning to try a case in the circuit court there tomorrow. Mrs. T. J. Seufert went to Portland on the afternoon train, to spend a few day's visiting in the city. Sheepmen from all parts of the county are here today attending the wool growers' convention. Fishermen report a better run of salmon the past few, days, and some very fine fish have been taken from the river. This morninp all jurors were excused from attendance on circuit court until tomorrow at 9 o'clock, there being no cases that weie ready for trial. John Summerville and daughter arrived here by boat last evening from Portland, and will leave tomor row for their h...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 27 May 1899

.SATURDAY MAY 27, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. j From Saturday's Daily. Judge Bennett was a passenger on the Regulator this morning going to Portland. '. ,-, Dr. O. C. Holliater la expected home 'this evening from California and will - remain here two or three weeks. Yesterday afternoon County Clerk Kelsay issued marriage license to M. .; J. Hendricson and Mable Gannon. ' Mr. Ring has leased the hotel at .. Nansene. and it ia understood he will make extensive improvements in the premises. , - This morning Mrs. Bronson andMrs. Huntington took a number of children ' to White Salmon for a day's picnic. --The Interior of the Columbia brew " ; ery bar room has been greatly ira : proved by a new covering of paper on J the walla and new paint on the wood work. Yesterday Columbia and Snake rivera showed . a fall of from one to thren-tenths at all - points except Northport, Wash., where there was a raise of three-tenths. , ' - Father Gaurd, "of Centervllle, who ;' has been undergoing treatment at St...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 3 June 1899

F 01 tlauJ Libi.irj 11 HtUVTAISBSB, VdaaeXXXT THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 3. 1899. NO. 21 Tilt KS-.HOUXTAINKEK. XIII CONSOLIDATED 1882. X A W v ABS91AJTEMX PURE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome Raking ?owm iwym. memo pom eo., kew vomc id n EFDSED TO AC CEPT THE CASK MORE TBQQPA' ARE NEEDED Otis Requires Reinforcements to Hold the Islands. Manila, May 26. Tbe events of the past week have emphasized the need of a much larger army here, .without which, according to the best authorities in Manila would be at tempting the impossible, to expect to maintain supremacy in the Philippine islands. The inadequacy of the Amer ican forces is said to be responsible for the large loss in the number of small encounters, without material results as compensation. Most of tbe fight ing has been done in territory which .the Americans had swept, but bad been compelled to abandon because they could not spare the troops to hold it. tity of war today sent the following cablegram to General...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 3 June 1899

J ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY BY DOUTHIT, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. DAILY em y Bail $8.00 Months 8.00 Moonths 1.60 WEEKLY , una Year, by mail 1.60 6ix month 75 SATURDAY 7.JUNE37l899 EXCUSES TO ORDER. This ia the headline over an editor ial in the Oreponian in which it is predicted that Quay will be seated by the next senate in direct violation of t recent precedents set by that body. The Oreponian does not claim -that there is any law for seating Quay, but insists that the president wants him, or rather Quay insists upon the presi dent standing in, and.thathe will hare to stand. From its deductions it is made evident that the senate is only a tool for the administration, tbu9 mak ing it a political machine dlctatsd to . by one man or by a set of men back of the president. The position taken by the Oregonian is as follows: ' There is no need to doubt what the administration will do in the Quay case. We know what it will do there, from what it has done in other emer- , gencies. The law...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 3 June 1899

'.is. SATURDAY JUNE 3, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Wednesday's Dally. . - Hon. S. Ferrel, of Portland, la in the city. Miss Addle Jackson went to Port land today. Nearly a quarter of an inch of rain fell last night and this forenoon. :' Miss Rachael Morgan is quite ill at the . residence of Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Sargent. Coroner Butts was able to be out yesterday to attend Memorial day ex ercises. t Mrs. Frank Clark and Mrs. Joseph ; Had ley were passengers on the Regu r Lor this morning going to Hood River . to spend a few days, Mrs. H. K.: Wilson, "who has been 10 the city the past week attending her motcter, Mrs. I. N. Sargent, left today for her home at Endersby. Harry Lonsdale and John Hampshire are the champion ball players of the city. Each of them made fourscores In the game yesterday. The many friends of Mrs. I. N. Sargent will be pleased to learn that she is gradually recovering, and will soon be restored to her usual health. ' Mrs. Sargent has been very ill the . past week, an...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 3 June 1899

Bimcs-fTlEuaiaincti'. SATURDAY... JUNE 3, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Saturday's Daily. Elder A. G. Hoering went to White Salmon this morning to stop over Sun day. Mrs. C. M. Aldin came up from Portland yesterday, and will spend a few days visiting in the city. Mrs. Sewell and Miss Florence Williams, of Portland, are vUitlne their sister Mrs. H. W. French. At 3 o'clock this afternoon the river '' registered 26 feet, and has risen about an inch an hour during the day. The supreme court of Salem h&9 set " Monday, June 5, as the date for exam in? aDDlicants for admission to the bar of Oregon. . Dr. E. O. Hyde, of Scio, spent the day in The Dalles. The doctor had started to Prineville. but may de termine to locate here. The cases of the state against Christian Wyss and Otis Patterson be fore the grand jury were both dis missed by District Attorney Jay do. At the last meeting of Temple Lodge, A.O. U. W., C. J. Crandall and F. Lemke were elected delegates to the grand lodge, and C. F. S...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 10 June 1899

THE DALLES. OREGON, SATURDAY. JUNE 10. 1899. CONSOLIDATED 1882. II i-HOCSTAIMEEB. X.III M IVT1IIBB, VlIlM XXXT Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum Alum fafrfng powiWit ate fncgieataft mntttt to health of the paentoay. - OVt UCJWO POWPg. CO., WCW VOWK. OVERLAND ::V; - TRAIN HELD UP Express Car Blown Open With Dynamite . Denver, Colo., June 2. A special. to the Times from Cheyenne, Wvo., says: At 3 o'clock this morning the Union Pacific mail and express train No. 1, was held up one and one-half miles from Wilcox station, in this state, by six masked men, evidently professionals, who blew open the safe of the express car and carried away all Its contents. The mail was not touched on accouut of 'the fact that four armed mail clerks were in charge. The mail and express runs as first section of No. 1 ' overland limited The second section follow only 'five minutes behind. A bridge two miles from the scene ' of the . robbery was fired to prevent th...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 10 June 1899

ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY -BY - DOUTHIT, Publish!-. NUB8G&IFTION BATES. . DAILY J Mil, Months Uoonth 6.00 8.00 1.60 WEEKLY - On Year, by mail, biz Months..... ... fl B0 75 8ATURDAY JUNE 10, 1899 ' DO WE WANT THEM? ' The TimeSMountaineer is la eorres ponaence witna nrm or wooien maun -.XSCturerj whamay be Induced to come to Tie Dalles with a view to establish ing a scouring plant and woolen mills. - and it la possible they will come here Ji I .1 1 1 altii.Mnn onri nnaalhlir anoaoa In hlldf. ness. The proposition that they will 1 1 tr'al v m o If a tut 11 Yia AafoKliaVi ;y scouring plant capable oi -Dandling ail , tbewool that Is brought bere and also a two or four-set woolen mill. If they come it will be on the proposition of receiving a subsidy that will -be equal to any Inducement Offered by other' -..' places. What subsidy will be required , Is not yet known, though to secure ' such an industry would require an out ' laVof several thousand dollars Tbe ' question therefore is. do w...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 10 June 1899

SATURDAY....... JUNE 10, 1899 J. A Guiliford, of Biif ur, was in the city today. . '. Mw. Olrich went to Hood River by boat today. Geo.' A. Young went to Portland by boat today. Vfmi Veigle, of Prinevllle, is vlslt- Mrs. C). E Farns worth, of Heppoer, is visiting in the city. ' . H. F. Marshal, of White Salmon, PSM th day la the city. lton..W.JS.' Biggs returned by last evening's boat from White river. -. InAcra Rannatt anil Ran. V. Stewart. hve returned from Goldendale. - MUs Mary Beall. of Portland, is city. -.yf ; - -' Mrs. Wm. Combs, of, Prinevllle, re- buruca iwii BvoiiDK a rum a vidi. uy usr " parent in fortland. M rsi Theodore Prinz and children if out ifu 9WveuwD umiajt iju euuiiuo . their sutsmer camping grounds. " Albany., will soon have a militia compatrvi -forty names having been signed "jW roster of the new company. - Rudy Cradlebaugh, who has been past winter; Is in the city visiting- his . former schoolfellows. i We have been waiting for summer along time, and it seem...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 10 June 1899

f SATtTRDAY. ......... .JUNE 10, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Saturday's, Dally. William Heoring returned from a visit to Portland friends yesterday. -' A band of fat porkers were brought in by Mr. Wbllery oday for the Col umbia packing Co. George t,lebe left for Portland today where he jjoee to serve on the United States (tw4 "jury j?"5 V t S ; ; Mrs. J. R. Scott, of Corvallis.arrived in the city last evening and is visit ing at the family of Mrs. J.' Schooling. " Railroad officials state that at least 300 car loads of cattle will be shipped out of Heppner during the present month. x r . . . Dr. HP.,i5alknap''and wife. -of Prineyille, are enjoying the good things at the Umatilla House. They are en route to California. George Ferguson, the popular rail road engineer.retnrned from a visit to friends at Albany and Corvallis last evening and will resume work on the O.R.&N.H Vj ..s ; . ,-; v . . - Mrs. Paul Skibbe, wno for ' the past two weeks has been visiting with the family of her b...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 17 June 1899

VurllituU i.iOi'ui . ..fi . M l r tlSRK, VilutXXXT THE DALLES. OREGON, SATURDAY. JUNE 17. 1899. CONSOLIDATED 1882. NO. 23 T tt-HOVXTAISEEB, ptfJli ilaiijeel Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum Alum bairns' powders are fhe greatest mrtntcm to health of the promt day. norm baking rtnntn to., mm mm. CUBANS MAKE DESPERATE THREATS Will Burn the Islands or Have Independence. New York, June 9. In a private letter received from a distinguished Cuban, now a resident of the United States, is a most sensational statement about the plans of the irreconcilable Cuban leaders. The writer is conser vative and is in a position to know what is going on at present in Cuba. . The information is as follows: "The latest story fromCuba, which I have every reason to believe, having been told me by a prominent Cuban whose Intimacy with tbe leaders in Havana lends authority to the statement, is that the former revolutionary element has decided to make a virtue of ne...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
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