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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 22 July 1899

Ci ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY BY DOUTHIT, Publisher. 8CB8CBIPTION BATES. DAILY e mj u Months , Moonths., 16.00 8.00 1.60 WEEKLY 1rif Year, by mmQ.. bis month . .. ... 11 M 76 SATURDAY JULY 22, 1899 GROWING TOLERANT. The gradual drawing together of the various religious denominations, the broadening charity the majority of them show towards one another of late Tears, even those which used to criticise and ostracize the others most bas called for comment and seems to corroborate the many evidences of the general amelioration of mankind Thirty or more antagonistic creeds have banded together in a great in ternational society, which holds an nual conventions and excursions, and encourages Christians of whatever sect to mix and commune with one another. These are all protectant denominations, to be sure, but it is also true that there never was a better feel in? between tbem and the Catho lics than exists today. And now comes the pleasing, if somewhat startling, news that the Jews are conside...

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. — 22 July 1899

1899 SA' ITEMS IN BR1EH. . From Wednesday's Dally ... Hon'. Charles Hilton is up is up irom 'Pnrt.land. Ho0i A. R. Wilcox, of Grass Valley, it la the city. J. R. Warner, of Bengen p.lt.r l&at nisrht. was la the Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Nolan and Mrs. d.. ....... a niifiir. are visiting in tht A. ll bCt , v. " -l city today. Ed and Miss Nell Michell were pas senders on this morning's boat foi Stevenson. Dr. Konler and daughter, Miss Jose phlner of Portland, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. jp. i. Stubling this week. .. M a .TflmAR And Mrs. J. L. Kelly and children left this morning lor Newport to Brand the remainder of the summer. ' A few choice lots of wool were sold last evening at 15i cents. Other lots were sold prices ranging from li to i cents.- Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dawson and M. J. n. Hosteller and family have . gone to the Cascade Locks for anmmer. the The four breweries of Spokane have declared a lockout of union empiujw. . and put full forces of nonunion men at work Monday. ii m koirin...

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. — 22 July 1899

SATURDAY JtJLY 22, 1899 ' items in brief. Is In is .From Saturday's Daily. Frank Malone, of Antelope, ' the city. . Mrs. B. T. Conroy, of Portland, visiting In the city. , ' Hon. W. W. Stelwer, of Fossil, is visiting in the city. P. B. Doake left this morning for bis home at Hay Creek. J. W. Howard, of Prineville, is de livering cattle at Moro today. Last night a car of prime beef cattle .. was shipped from here to Troutdale. E. L. Bennington, of Woodburn, is here looking after business interests. Hon. T. S. Hamilton, one of Crook county's 60lid eneepmeu, is in the city. Archie McCully left this morning for Cascade Locks to spend a week rusticating. Capt. Ad. Keller and family have taken up their summer residence on Wind River. Prof. Birgfeld and family left this morning for Sprague to spend a few weeks camping. C. B. Cushing and W. H. Hobson and family have gone to Cascade lock? to establish a summer camp. S. G. Doutbit and Mrs. J. O. Douthit, of Cross Keys, and Mrs. Stevens, of Si...

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. — 29 July 1899

9m ' " (jTl!BCK. Volume XXXV THE DALLES. OREGON, SATURDAY. JULY 29, 1899 CONSOLIDATED 1882. TI 1 -UOIJXTA.I!.EEB. - XIII AO. 30 Aasousmx Makes the food more ROYAL tAITlNO STRIKERS EM PLOY DYNAMITE They Try to Blow Up a Car Barn. Cleveland, July 21. --A dynamite bomb was thrown upon the roof of the Big- Consolidated Street Railway Company's barn at Lakeview at 3 o'clock this morning. A jagged bole, two feet square, was torn in the roof. A Wade Park avenue car, which stood directly beneath the bole was wrecked. The wildest excitement prevailed among1 the men in the barn. The explosion was hear a for blocks and hundreds of people were attracted to the scene. No one was injured, but many windows in the big barn were shattered by the explosion. The shock was such as to cause the grounl to tremble and it seemed for a few moments as if the barn itself would .fall. Last night and early in the morning, lawless crowds were actively destroy ing the trolley and feed wires and placing all kinds ...

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. — 29 July 1899

ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY' .'boOTiiitT, piibii1. SUBSCRIPTION . BATES. . DAILY $6.00 S.OO ttoata... 1.60 . - WXEKX.Y Ira Year, by 1 Six months. . . 11 Ml 75 SATURDAY. ...JULY 29. 1899 " 2!H4T HOOD RIVER CASE. The Hood River Glaoler in attempt ing to correct statements made in-, the Times-Mduntaitaeer regarding the case of the Hood River Lumbering Co. vs. Wasco county, leaves the matter in a very confused manner, and if not cor. rected would leave a misconception on tha minds of its readers. Io fact . the Glacier- seems to not understand the Btatuts of the case, or the matter In controversy between the county and the lumbering company. It says An article in The Dalles Times- Mountaineer of July 13th, in which the county court is criticised for the expense incurred in the suit of Wasco County vs. The Hood Rivar Lumber ing Co., makes a number of statements that are very misleading to the people of Wasco county who are not acquaint- ed with tha facta in the matter. The county court institut...

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. — 29 July 1899

cij tmuttinttx. SATURDAY... .JULY 29, 1899 ITEMS 'IN BRIEF. : Frdm Wednesday's Daily. . -Donald" and Alex McLennoo, Antelope, are in toe city. Ei. aa. i Kan as, a surveyor ana civil engineer of- Vancouver, la id toe city, Hon. A. R. Lyle, of CrotS Keys, is in the city having arrived on today's stage, y. The mercury got right close to the 100 mark today and staid there for about five hours. , Farmers in tbe vicinity of Weston are expecting to harvest 40 bushels to the. acre trom tbelr fall sown wheat. A farm of 560 acres near Milton. . Umatilla; county, "was recently sold for 921,000. .'Tb purchaser gets the grow ing crops now on me tana. ' About August 12th the Wasco county boys wbo bavd been to the Pnilipplnes will be home. Isn't it time now for preparations lor giving them a recep tion to ne maaer Tom Pu'rdy, who was in tbe employ of J..T..Peters & Co., for some time, but-.. baa ;beeo - working for the Mitchell, Slaver & Lewis Co. in Port land the oast year, was in the cit...

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. — 29 July 1899

...JULY 29, Vm ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Saturday's Dally. Frank FuIcod. of Biggs, is in the city. Hon. J. N. Wlllsrnsou loft today for ' bU home ia Prineviile. W. 3. Johnston, and wife, of Moro, lira visiting in the city. A. H. Breyraan, B. F. Allen and C. M. Cartwrijjbt cama up last evening from Portland. A. N. Nolllns, the well known cattle buyer of Kansas City, is registered at the Umatilla House. A oar load of hogs from Elgin en route to Troutdale was unloaded and fed at-the stockyards here last niehr. ' . Hon. E. B. Dufur and family left . ttals mroning for Wind river, where ' ' tlley will spend a month camping. This is a busy time with farmers, as harvesting Is U9t beginning, and farm hands throughout the country are said to be scarce Zacb Taylor, of Antelope, returned this morning from Spokane, whera he has been visiting his eon, who has been dangerously ill. The past few days fisherman on the ?iver have bepn making pretty good catcrea, the fish having begun to run since the wate...

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. — 5 August 1899

to ... . tn-tn M U UTAlXKgK. VMueXXXT THE DALLES. OREGON, SATURDAY. AUGUST 5, 1899. no: 31 CONSOLIDATED 1882. TIIIRS-HOIISTAIIIEEB. " XIII A Powder Made from pure cream erf tartar. Safeguards the food against alum Alum taking powden are the greatest menaces to health of the present day. ovm. wino aCTrota cq , gw towc MAY HAVE TO INTERFERE United States Have In terests in San Do mingo. New York, July 27. General Aber laide A. Moscoso, an exiled leader of the liberal party of San Domingo, now living in new York, said last night: "The death of President Heureaux will I think, surely be followed by a long state of disorder and revolution. I want to emphasize this proDhesy that the United States will eventually be compelled to interfere to establish peace in the island, justlas this country did in Cuba.' I 'favor the policy of peace. I shall be glad to return to my country -and support such a policy, if it ie inaugurated by General Figuerro, the vice-president, who succeeds to the head 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. — 5 August 1899

ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY BY " . OOUTHIT, PubUht. ... gOBSCBIFTION RATKS. ... '. .. . TMTX.Y ' - m T ma Wombs , Uooatfes., fS.O S.Oo I. Si WEEKLY Vam Vur, by nail.. ft Ml SATURDAY. .AUGUST ., 189 WHAT OF THE FUTURE? Our fathers built wisely. We of tb is feneration praise tbe work of our fathers. Liberty and opportunity have been the common heritage of all Americans from the foundation of the republic to the present time. What of the next generation? Will : our children - applaud our deeds and - bless our memories as we do thoe of our fathers? We expend annuaiiy over one billion of dollars for educa tional purposes. What is the object of this? It is to develop the faculties of our boys and girls so as to increase their power over nature in order that they may exault with greater joy in their triumphs. This is the purpose ' to which the school bouse, colleges and universities, with which our land is filled, are dedicated. The grandeur of our institutions of learning and tbe liberality wit...

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. — 5 August 1899

31 SATURDAY AUGUST 5, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Wadnaaday't Dally . M. H. Bell, city recorder of Prine TUie, armea oj toaajs stage. Five car loads of cattle from Weiser, Idaho, passed through to tbe Union Meat Co. today. District Attorney Jayne left for Wind river this, morning where bis family are camped. W. A. Gilmore representative of the San Fraaulsdo Wave, is in the city in the interest of bis paper. Thomas Balfour, of Lyle, was in the city last night, returning to his home on the steamer tnis morning. Misses Lela Goddard and Hanna Cornell, of Portland, arrived on the Bee u la tor last evenlne and are euests of tbe family of Mrs. S. Joles. Charles Pitchford, J. McCarthy and S. H. Dine, three young men from Roseburg, Oregon, arrived in Tbe Dalles yesterday seeking anew loca tion. ... Yesterday Sheriff Kelly turned ovor to the county treasurer taxes to the amount of. $3,644.76 which have been collected during tbe past month on 1898 tax roll. About twenty head of fine work horses ...

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. — 5 August 1899

J I '"V SATURDAY AUGUST 5, 1869 V- ITEMS IN BRIEF. " From Saturday's Dally. Alfred Houet returned today to Portland to remain in that city tor several eeks. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Wilson wcr passengers on the Dalles City for do n river points today. Charles H. Green has returned to the city nod wll: be in evidence In the wool market the next few days. Haray Gilpin sayB the wheat crop in his section wUl not give a yield of over five busheU to the acre and none of it will be No. 1. A. J. Brig bam, T H. Johnson, Lin gey Thomas and Mrs. J. W. Wilson. o Dufur, were in town toJay, witness- in the case of the state against Wal ton. A volcano on Mouna Loa, one of te Hawaiian islands, is a lively affair. It, is said to be throwing up rocks as bisr as horses, and covering all the islands with smoke. City Recorder Gates and Attorney Tied W. Wilson were passengers on the boat this morning. They refund to give their destination, stating that they were just out in search of some cool spot. The Kandis...

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. — 12 August 1899

rury U )i v rilXERtt, Valine XXXV THE DALLES. OREGON, SATURDAY. AUGUST 12, 1899. CONSOLIDATED 1882. m. 32 Til 3 4. HOC. VTA IN EBB. XIII INDIANS ARE NOT IDLE Mexieo Finds Them Live ly Foes Chicago, Aug. 4. A special to the Tribune from the city of Mexico says: Dispatches from Guaymas show that the Yaqui iosurrectioo is constantly growing in extent, and all the Indian? in the towns along the river are rising in arms and taking tothe woods and mountains to join their companions already arrayed against the authorities. Jack Ramsey, the famous frontier character, and the American photo grapher, E. N. Miller, were on the way to Alamo9 when they were at' tacked by the Indians and killed. It i9 reported that the Romero family were captured as they were abou'to embark on one of the sloops and that they were killed. Troops are pursuing ' the band supposed to have the fatnilv The telegraph line south from Alamos has been cut. The Indians along the Mayo river are quiet and do not seem to be in...

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. — 12 August 1899

ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY BY DOUTHIT, Publish. 80B8CBIPTIOI BATES. DAILY ea .y ruil Month 3.00 Moonths. 1.60 WEEKLY One Year, by mail. 6i monthi ........ . SATURDAY ....... AUGUST 12, 1899 BAD BUSINESS POLICY. Cuba, Porto Rico and the Philip pines afforded a market for over 840, 000,000 worth of Spanish goods a year. . The information comes through the British consul at Barcelona, who gives the statement in detail. About three fourths of the amount was in manufac tured goods. To this trade our country ought to succeed as soon as conditions shall be settled, and vastly increases It. Oregonian. Our imperialistic friends have been ' telling us that if, for no 'other reason, we should hold the Philippine islands because of their great commercial in terests and the market it would give our producers. But when the cost of holding them is counted, and we are told that the trade which Spain got from Cuba, Porto Rico and the Philip pines amounted to only $40,000,000 a year, it begins to look dis...

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. — 12 August 1899

8ATURDAY AUGUST 12, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. Prom Wednesday's Daily. Miss Ketchum left today for a visi In 1 acoma. Hoa. W. H. Wilson went to Port land this afternoon. Last night C. "M. Grimes shipped car inad of beef to Troutdale. Dr. V. Geaner, of Frineville, passed tnroiiuti the city today en route to California. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bayard star.ed this niorniDg to Wilboit springs, . Clackamas county. in - J. P. O'Brien, superintendent of the ' O. R. 4c N.. passed up tbe road on tbe Spokane train last evening.' Prof. Brown, assistant teacher in tbe Dufur schools, was in tbe city to lay tta route to Walla Walla. Prof. J. T. Neff, whose has been ele cted principal of the high . school, came up from Hood Riyer lastevening. Leslie Butler left this afternoon for Portland where be goes to accept a position with Wadbams & Kerr Bros, Congressman Moody went to Port land today to participate in the recep lion to be given tbe returning volun teers. Fred. Wilson and Ed. Wingate left by boat th...

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. — 12 August 1899

BAiTURDAY AUGUST 12, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Saturday's Daily. Will Evans has goue to Steyenson for a week's outing. ' E. Y. Judd, of the Pendleton woolen mills, is again in the city. Hon. W. LI. Biggs left for the St. Arnold Springs this morniug. J. R. Woodcock and family, of Wamic, are visiting in the city. J. M. Huntington returned today to bis summer camp near Lost Lake. H. Herbriug was a passenger on the Dalles City this mornine. Accom panied by his little boy he goes to Stevenson for a week. Mrs. Driver accompanied by her daughter and son, Miss Mamie an Voiney, left by boat this morning for Hood River and will probably go to Lost Lake before returning. The city of Salem has entered into a contract with the electric light com pany for 36 1200-candle power arc lights for street lighting purposes at $2,500 a year. Why can't The Dalles . get as good rates? Crop reports from Sherman county are by no means encouraging. Far mers now estimate that they will not thresh more than two-...

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. — 19 August 1899

Puilliiuil Library CO THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1899. tat II VEKK. Volaae XXXT NO. 33 CONSOLIDATED 1882. TI I 44-WOC.VTAt.HERB. XIII lie Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum Alum baking powders are the greatest crs to health of the present day. menacers amn BAKtwa romtn ea, hew took. HURRICANE SWEPT ISLAND Porto Rieo Has a Terrible Disaster. WASHINGTON, Aug. 11. Tne war department today received a cablegram ' from General Davis, giving fuller de tails of the damage done io Porto Rico by the hurricane. "Later reports show the hurricane was far more severe in the interior and southern part of the island than fioiA Ttat.o frtf an natima t.o nf thn number of Porto Ricoans who have lost everything is deficient, but I am forced to believe the number on the island cannot fall below 100,000 souls, and famiue is impending. 1 ask that two and one half millions pounds of rice and beans, equul in quantity each, be immediately shipped on t...

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. — 19 August 1899

SATURDAY. AUGUST 19, 1899 ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY BY 4. DOUTHIT, Iublitir. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. DAILY e -7 mail Month. Uoonthi l-50 WEEKLY Uns Year, by mail., Six months... ...... 75 THE PHILIPPINE PROBLEM. Since the war of the rebellion there has been no question .that has so per plexed the American people as that of the conquest of the Philippine islands and the disposition that is to be made of them. The flag has been raised over them and there are many who do not approve of ar. imperialist govern ment, yet cannot reconcile themselves to the idea of giving the islands up even to the people who inhabit them. Though such do not fully appreciate the situation of the Filipinos or they would have different ideas. They do not view the Filipinos as a people who have long been fighting for indepen dence, but as a people whom we have Knmrhfc and own together with the territory they occupy. The cost both in life and money of maintaining the war causes people to wonder when the anil will be an...

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. — 19 August 1899

SATURDAY AUGUST 19, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Wednesday's Daily. Geo. Rucb, jr. went to Stevenson to day. Governor Moody left on the after noon train for Portland. Hon. G. M. Cariright went to Portland on last night's tram. Mrs. C. L. Schmidt was a passenger on the boat for Portland today. F. Lemke and John Caseberger went down to Sprague today and will spend ten days camping there. T. A. Wood has gone to Sprague to spend a few days with his family who are camped at the hot Bprings. P. F. Fouts left this morning for his farm near Mt. Hood. He will spend a week there hunting and fishing. W. H. Hobson went to Cascade Locks this afternoon, and will spend a time camping there unless the weather becomes too unfavorable. F. E. Cocicerline has sold his in- - terest In the grocery business to his partner, C. S. Smith. Mr. Cocker line contemplates going to Idaho to . locate. Farmers in this vicinity are taking " no chances of their grain gettio 5 spoiled by rain, and are hauling it the ; war...

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. — 19 August 1899

SATURDAY. AUGUST 19, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Saturday's Daily. A. K. McLeod, one of the progressive - farmers of Kingsley, is in the city. Prunes are beginning to ripen and are of an exceptionally fine quality. I. C. Nickelaeu went down the river today to help welcome the soldiers. Hon. W. K. Cllls, ex-congressman from this district, spent the day in the city. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Stubling re turrned last evening from a visit to Portland. Newt. Livingston, sheriff of Grant county, and J. H. Gray, sheriff of Crook county, are in the city. Attorney John L. Henderson, of Hood River, is in the city attending to business before the land office. Hon. F. P. Mays and family came op from Portland last evening and will go to their farm for a few weeks out ing. ' On Wednesday Daniel Bass, a well known Seattle mining man, was thrown from a stage between Hunting ton and Burns and had one leg broken. A proposition is before the council of Wenatchee to raise Baloon licenses from 8800 to $1000, and...

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. — 26 August 1899

This is the Only Hope for Dreyfus. New Yokk, Aug. 18. A dispatch to the World from Rennes contains the following analysis of the Dreyfus court-martial by Max Nordau: "This is a war of savages and not an inquiry of cool research for the truth which is now going on at Reanes. find that even American and English newspaper men delegated here to give accounts of the proceedings are gradually Infected with la spirit of partisanship... Some of the correa- pondence I am allowed to read before it is sent. It does not give a real idea of the strength of the prosecution be' cause of an unconscious tendency of the writers to be little certain argu ments of facts brought against Drey fus. "I have been observiug from the be ginning the attitude of the judges and public, and also have been gathering opinions of the best qualified men of botn parties. You may believe me, - acquittal is far from being as certain as seems to be commonly thought in the United States, judging from the tone of the edito...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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