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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 17 June 1899

ISSUED EVERY" SATURDAY BY- , DOUTHIT, Publisher. 8CB8CKIPTION BATES. DAILY n Months Moontbs.. te.oo 3. 00 1.50 WEEKLY lm Year, by mail., Six BIODth 1 1 so 75 SATURDAY UNE 17,1899 ' LAWS AGatNST TRUSTS. The legislatures of a number of state the most notable among which are Texas. Missouri and Arkansas- have passed strict anti-trust laws, which, if they stand the test of higher courts, will go a Ion? way regulating unwholesome com- ationaior toe purpose ui huiihuk orodncta ana coniroung prices. . out In Arkansas a federal court has already rendered a ruling that will very great ly moiify the construction of the law provided the decision is sustained by the appelate courts. The Arkansas law went so far as to prevent ratine agreements between insurance com panies, and some of the companies ' closed ud their business in the state, but a federal judge has come to their relief by holding that such, rating could only be prohibited by law when made within the state, therefore those instituti...

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. — 17 June 1899

SATURDAY... JUNE 17. 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. ' From Wednesday's Dally. W. W. Cook, of Ridgeway, is a guest at the Umatilla House. .Justice George Prather. of Hood River spent last night in the city, Jawes De Moss of De Moss Springs is enjoying the good things at the Umatilla House. J. C. Egbert of Ffteen-mlle who is well known In the city is reported seriously ill at his home. Pat McNeil the accommodating bell boy of the Umatilla House is confined to bis room with an attack of illness. E P. Williams th6 Kingsley mer chant was in the city this morning purchasing goods for his store at that place. . Homer Angel returned last evening from the University of Eugene where he has been attending school for tne past year. F. M. Warren, of Warrenton, is in the city for a short stay. Mr. Warren is one of the original owners of the original townslte of the-booming little town of Warrenton. The candidates who will be named at the mass meeting this evening are mayor, city treasurer, five councllmen ...

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. — 17 June 1899

n 7 "8ATURDAY v . i- . . JUNE 17,-1899 IN BRIEF. bere From Saturday's Daily. -S. R. Slaytoa, of Prineville, la delivering- cattle. - R. R. Hlntonand family, of Bako- oven, are visiting in the city. R. B. Sionot returned last night from a visit to Salem and Porland. Grant E. Kellog, editor of the Moro Bepublio, is visiting in the city. Rev. Warner was a passenger on the Regulator this morning for Portland. Today County Clerk Eelsay Issued arriage license to J. D. Huffman and Arabella Rogers. " IMA nlgnt Zl cars of cattle were shipped out from bere to Nebraska, and. tonight two train loads will be shipped. - : r ... ' ' 7 ' Among the visitors from Dufur to day were M. J. Anderson, Willard Vanderpool, W. H. Heisler and Frank Stratton. Lou 'Morse and sons are up from White Salmon. Lou is here on bus! nessi of course, but the boys came to see the circus. This has been the liveliest day The Dalles has seen for a good many year's, Everbodyfrom everywhere was here to see the big show. ' Amo...

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. — 24 June 1899

Poriliimt Dlirnry yi? Yfr MIVir ilXBCK, Voltae XXXT CONSOLIDATED 1882. THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY. JUNE ?4. 1899. NO. 24 HAVEMEYER IS r DISCUSSED His Position on the Tariff Criticised. New, York, June 16. The Herald says: Opinions widely differed are . being expressed in this city in regard to the etatment of Henry O. Have meyer, president of the -.American Sugar Company, before the industrial commieaion at Washington recently. Senator Thomas C. Piatt said:,. "Mr. ' Havemeyer expressed the views of a democrat and bis statement was in the interest of the democratic party." - Edward M. Shepard, a leading at torney for large corporations said. thoroughly agree with the proposition . that the serious evil of so-called trusts and monopolies are evils arising from the tariff ' system. . -This geceral doctrine was very well put by' Augus- -' tus Van Wycli,- in his speech at the - democr'atio dinner in April. ' What ',' ever excuse there may have Been in .- the past for the maintenance of...

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. — 24 June 1899

; ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY BY- A- DOUTHIT, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. DAILY e 7 null $0.00 Months 3.00 Uoonths 1.6U i WEEKLY ' Vn Year, by mail 1 M Siamoow ' SATURDAY JUNE 24, 1899 V APPLY THE LASH. JudgeBaldwln, of Connecticut, has declared himself in favor of tbe whip ping post for wife-beaters, children torturers and other cases of cowardls cruelty in minor offenses". He asserty that when such punishment was in op- erat'on in his state there was abundant and convincing proof of its efficacy. "Governor Buckingham, of Connecti cut," he declares, "once stated that no white man had ever been whipped twice under a judicial sentence in that state, while many have gone back to Jail ten and twenty times." The in ference is that whipping is not only righteous and suitable retribution for . a certain class of crimes, but . that when administered under the law of Connecticut, it effectually prevented the repetition of the acts it punished. Even those who are prone to forget the sufferings ...

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. — 24 June 1899

'GSM SATURDAY JUNE 24, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. . From Wednesday's Dally. . ; Charles Butler, the Port Townsend cattle boyer.ls here looking after beef. Jacob Stroud and Wm. McVeigh loaded ' freight here yesterday for Prineyllle. ' Frank Leiblioe and M. Thorburn two ; prominent farmers of Kingsley, are in the city. ' Yesterday Lem Burgess sold his en' tire clip of wool, receiving 13 cents pound for the same. Farqaer McLiea and J. A. McDonald of Antelope, are here looking after ' the ale of their wool. . .The union coal miners of Kansas are .going to try their hand at a little of government by injunction. . - Fall grain that was not frozen out - last winter Is begining to- head, and bids fair to give an enormous yelld. - The men up at Canyon Creek, Washington, are to be tried, even if it takes all summer, as It probably will The cellars on First and Second - streets are-flooded, some of them hav ing from two to three feet of water in them.' This morning the. thermometer registered 48 deg...

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. — 24 June 1899

i - rl im.. - ' ' i hi SATUltDAf:..'.. .JUNE 24, 1899 , ITEMS' IN BRIEF. . ' Prom Saturday's Daily. A. E. Lake, of Wamic, waa in the city last night. .. W. C. Allaway went to Cascade Itiocks by boat today. . . Miaaea Lily aud Pearl Reec, of Crook county, are visiting Judge aud Mrs. 31akeley. ' '. Rev. D. H. Leach, of Antelope, spent the day in the city and will leave this evening for Moro. I Miss iSothilde Love, of Wasco, who has been visiting io the city the past led home on the eveniog aaea Eva Rhea and Bertha Jonea, eppoer, wbo.)aye been attending obi at St. Mary's Academy, returned me today. t night four car loada of cattle ere shipped to the Sound. , One car these, was destined to be sent into awsoa City. Dr. Hollister spent the day in the oity visiting old patients and friend?. Tile doctor intends visiting The Dalles ery Saturday,- The'' river ' will begin raising to oriow, ana will continue to rise un til Wednesday when a height of about 41 feet will be reached. ' . Elder C. ...

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. — 1 July 1899

1 1 MHI VT(NBKK. Vtlne XXXT TIUKt-XOPXTAIXBBK. 3L1II CONSOLIDATED 1882. the H ': WANTS TEN REGIMENTS They Are Needed to Rein force Otis. New York, June 2s. A special to the Herald from Washington say 9 President McKinley will authorize the enlistment of additional men for the Philippines when he returns to Wash ington. This is the understanding of well informed war department officials. The administration has at least come to recognize the necessity of reinforc ing General Otis' command. Tt is ap parent that some department oflicinls are figuring on the advitahility of enlisting sufficient men to form 10 complete regiment?. "Acting Secretary of War Meiklejohn said if the president authorized ad dition&l men, the number would be determined after a consultation with General Otis. It would not be sur prising were the department to hear from General Otis before the return of the president, in order that the latter may be supplied with the necessary information in order to take immed...

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. — 1 July 1899

MORE SOLDIERS FOR OTIS city government: f in the footsteps of fve an investigation Specio.l Sale! fives and boodlers. art pf thing will be- and finally all the Jreat American ring- LADIES' will be overhauling Jut Portland is so con- Additional Troops to Be Enlisted at Onee. 'the fashion is bound to TAILOR-MADE: reaches here, but it will 3l And then well, it will ''crooked .work" SUITS.... at HALF regular PRICE Br some people that Canada 'conquering: a be by tbelr own fewer tories of tbe ripe, tbe Cuban question since have been settled. i war in the Philippines would ave occurred. Our armies would If abans would nave called an election vote upon tbe question of annex atlon to the United States. The Cubans are our friends, and will come Into the republic early enough if treated fairly, but we will make them our lasting enemies if we pursue the course mapped out by the modern tories. WE WILL KEEP OVB GUNS. Were the peace conference at The Hague to result iu anything: but a general love...

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. — 1 July 1899

SATURDAY ...JULY 1, 1899 . ITEMS IN BRIEF. ; From Wednesday's Doily. Dp. C. 3. Willoughby, of Prlneville, Is in the city. Deputy Sheriff E. S. Olidger, of Hooci River, is in town. C. J. Van Duon and wife, of Tygh Vallu'y, are visiting in the city. The new mayor and other city of ficer will be sworn in next Monday. Wheat in the vicinity of Dufur, baa begun to ripen and cutting will prob - ably begin in that section by the mid dle, of Jttlyv A Urge part ot most doctor bills. i for guessing at what ailed you, but the biggest part comes when you die and thoy cut you open to find out, says an exchange. - J. H. Preston, formerly with the American, Import Co., has taken a position .with the Jacobsen Book & Music Co., and will have charge of the musical instrument . department of that store. . ' Tho Umatilla House is receiving a new coat of paint on the outside. Sin nott& Fish seem never to be content in making improvements, but are de termined to make the Umatilla more attractive a...

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. — 1 July 1899

v-V SATURDAY. JULY 1, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Saturday's Dally. - Dr. Sturdevaot and Prof. Birgfeld : left this morning for Trout Lake to spend Sunday angiitis:. Fred Younjr and family were pas sengers ob the Regulator for Portland 1 this morning. Mr. Young is afficted with some throat trouble, and goes to '.Portland to receive treatment from a Vjeeialist. iera will be do meeting of the Elks tonight. During the summer rular meetings of the lodge will khe first Saturday in July and and the third Saturday in ember. (me and Forestry Warden Quimby j&s issued a little pamphlet containing the game and forestry laws of the state that is very convenient for all to have. I Copies can be secured by addressing Mr. Q'limby. . Bishop Morris will arrive here this evening and will hold services in St. 'aul's Episcopal church tomorrow at 11 A. k. Mr. De Forest will go So Hood River where he will hold services in the evening." The Dalles looked more like itself today than for a long time. The ...

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. — 8 July 1899

V (J e vi? Yfr t l) VTAISBSK. Vole XXXT THE DALLES. OKEGON, SATURDAY. JULY 8, 1899. AO. 27 CONSOLIDATED 1882. ASPHALT AND PEA- - NUT COMBINES , They Will Control the Markets of the World. ' Philadelphia, June 30. The ar tided of the Asphalt Company of - America, which has just been incor- ; pc rated In New Jersey with a capital . of $30,000'000, and which will probably be known as "the asphalt trust," au thorize the company to manufacture produce, purchase, or otherwise ac quire and use asphalt, stone, wood, ; bricks, tiles, natural and artificial paveaents and supplies of all kinds, and things which can be used as a part or in connection therewith, or as a substitute- therefor; and to sell, . ex change, deal in, or otherwise dispose of the same in any manner whatso ever for the purpose of paving, roof ing or similar purposes any decorative ornaments, natuaral or artificial asphalt or combination thereof." The corporation," said George A. Hahn, "has been formed to control the sale o...

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. — 8 July 1899

ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY -MY DOUTHIT, Publlabvr. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY yn w Months... ! - . . Hoomh.. '-6 - v- - WEEKLY WB'rar,yWil JJJ Si months.... 75 SATURDAY JULY 8, 1899 t66ld 6&AN EXTRA SESSION. According- to one estimate tbe Fili pino war hag cost up to date, tbe wm of 963,000.000, and tbe expenses are going on at tbe rate of $280,000 per day. This does not, however, include tbe full showing. Tbe statement is made, on the authority of a high officer, that the expenditures for the troops, equip ments, supplies, subsistence, mainten ance of the nary, incidental costs and the payment to Spain of $20,000,000 total not less than $200,000,000. In . the matter of bodily losses we are told . that 664 men have been killed and 6,500 wounded and invalided. ' If the war is to go on with an active army of 35,000 men, the daily bill, say nothing of naval costs, will be $300,000. Before Congress can meet ; in regular session and decide whether vor not we are to keep tbe Philippines ."....

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. — 8 July 1899

8ATURDAY. JULY 8, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Thursday's Dally. Peter Llmroth, of Dufur, is in the city today. Will- Wurzweler, the Prineville merchant, is registered at the Umatilla house. Tho'a. Kay. of the Kay woolen mills of Salem, is among the wool buyers who arrived last night. James L. Cowan, Indian agent at Warm Springs agency, is a guest at the Umatilla house today. Miss Joaie Jenkins and Maud Gil bert returned fro in Portland on the overland train last night." Walter Van Duyn.'an old Dalles boy who at present reides in Sumpter is in the city visiting old friends. ' Miss Daisy Alia way left on the Reg ulator this morning for Portland where she will viiit for a short time. G. W. . Miller and family left for Ocean Parli this morning where they will spend the summer months. Grant Mays was among those who returned last evening after having celebrated the 4th in Portland. Mr. James Keily a genial and pros perous farmer from the Klngsley neigborbood le in the city today. Mrs. Wilso...

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. — 8 July 1899

..JULY 8, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Saturday's Dally. Bills Hiesler and Barry Temple, of Dufur,, were visiting in the city today. Dr. Hollister came ud from Portland last evening and spent the day in the city. The social given in the Christian church last evening wa9 well attended, sod all present spent a pleasant even ing . ; J. W . Dougherty, a farmer living at Da Moss springs, Sherman county, baa flax 20 inches high. He will get 1500 bushels from a 75-acre tract. Mr. Oglesby, one of the sheep kings of Fossil, is here selling his wool. Mr. Oglesby hauled his wool to Ar lington and from there shipped it to The Dalles by rail. -' Wool buyers have rested on their arms today, though they bought a few lots. There probably will be but little activity in the market until the middle of next week. The 'lawn social at the Congrega- tional church last evening was one of the pleasant events of the season. A large crowd assembled, and the young . folks had a very enjoyable time. The streets ar...

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. — 15 July 1899

tiratneef. me Vf rilXKKK, VllutXXXT TI H.R.H OCSTAISBBB. XIII CONSOLIDATED 1882. THE DALLES. OREGON, SATURDAY. JULY 15, 1899. NO. 28 Makes the food more WOYA1 BMCIWO LEGAL STRUGGLE AT WALLACE Defense in Wardner Riot Cases Allege It Is Im , . possible to Get Fair Trial. ' Wallace, Idaho, July 7. This morning- the defense in the Corcoran case filed a motion for a continuance of the case until the next term, al leging that under martial lair a fair trial could not be secured; that the jurors summoned to try Corcoran were not members of organized labor and opposed to labor organizations; that tbey were biased against Corcoran, which bias could not be made to ap pear by examination in court; that martial law authorities have used all possible means, legitimate or illegiti mate, to secure evidence to convict the defendant, while men whose testi mony was favorable to the defendant had beeti, threatened and abused with- out authority of the law: that witnes ses "necessary, on. the. part -of...

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. — 15 July 1899

ISSUED EVERY JSTURD AY DOUXHIT, Fvbllhr.. SUBSCRIFTICDX BATES. '. ' cm r nil...... , . 6.00 -. Umikt ' 8.00 Moonth.... .......... . WEEKLY una Year, by mall (1 M Six months ... ....... 75 8ATURDAY. ..JULY 15, 1899 TWO GREAT CITIES. It does not require a prophet to tor- tell that there will in a vary few years be two treat cities in Ore; on. One is already a treat city and has such a firm 0t&bd noon the business of state that it never can have a successful competi tor In certain lines. Thac city is Portland. It is today and ever will be theoommerolalcecterof Oregon. The heavy banking and jobbing not only of Oregon, hut of a good portion of Washington and Idaho will ever be done in Portland. It has the facili ties and capital for conducting that ' branch, and can never have a success ful competitor. Today it is also the distributing point for the products of the state, but in this line it must ere long surrender to a more advantageous point a point that can be reached by the large...

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. — 15 July 1899

C3 2a. fa i r- ... jj -urn Wit. ( 8ATUKDAY JtJLY 15, 1899 ' " ITEMS IN BRIEF. ' . From Wednesday's Dally. Hon. F, N. Jones is here watching tbe opl market. . ' Charles Batler. the Port Townsend cattle buyer, is io the city, Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Sargent left to" day for Seaside. They expect to stay there three or four week. ,. B'iE. Allen. prominent wool grower, of Mitchell, is in the city hav intr arrived here at noon. . Meisra; "Fiurild nd Fraties, of Mitchell. Yesterday sold their wool realizing about 13 cents. ' Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Jayne left by boat' this - morning for Wind river to speud a few weeks camping. This morning the American mtrket was-supplied with watermelons, the first of the season. They-were brought from California. ' The sale of real estate for taxes on the. OT' roll was conducted by Sheriff Kellt-y yesterday. The county was the principal buyer. Spokane is to have a new telephone exchange. ' A complete underground system is' being planned, to be con structed at an e...

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. — 15 July 1899

S.TUKDAY. .JUtY 15, im ITEMS IN BRIEF. iB in '. ' " From Saturday's Daily. B. F. Man niae, of Goldendale, the city. - Attorney G. W. Stapieton, of Port land, is in the city attending to legal business. Michael Doyle of Eight-mile was among the callers at the Mountaineer office today. Eugene Looney, the 'Mitchell sheep mant is enjoying the good things at the Umatilla House. Mr. Printz and family, of this city left on the boat' this morning for Stevenson, where they will establish a camp. James Mackin, the well known stockman from Mackin flat, near Bake oven, returned from a trip to Portland last evening. Mrs. Will H. See and Misses Lola Henderson and Eva Went worth, of ' Warm Springs, are guests at the Umatilla House. Frank M. and Brent Driver ieft this morning for their homes at Wamic. They have been in the city purchasing a header with . which to harvest their crops. A telephone message from St Vin cent's Hospital last evening stated that Edward Jenkins, of this city, who was opera...

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. — 22 July 1899

i7rii in i in hi "CONSOLIDATED 1882. THE DALLES. OREGON. SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1899. NO. 29 Tl .XOt7STAIWBBB. " X. Makes the food more delicious and wholesome wm XUflWO PgWPtW OO., WtW YOfWC. WAR SEEMS INEVITABLE England and Transvaal at Fever Heat. CORRESPONDENTS PROTEST BVSPEIPSIflll riHiiiiimmiimTmrn SfiiiiiiiiiififfiiiiiiiiiifiiiiimTn Object to Censorship Manila News. SOLDIER BOYS: LANDED Mid Din and Roar of Cannon and Cheers. cral Beauregard the fir9t news of Lee's surrender, and also bore to Jefferson Davis the dispatch from General Breckinridge announcing the assassi nation of President Lincoln. "- San Francisco, July 14 Not since the departure of the California volun ' leers for the Philippines have the streets of San Francisco presented such a scene of animation as they did today nor have steam whistles, can nous and bells created such a rumpus, and ail this in honor of the regiment of Ordgon . volunteers and the Cali fornia signal corps who have returned from foreign snores a...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
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