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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 26 August 1899

1899 ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY BY DOOTHIT, Publlhr. SUBSCRIPTION KATKS. , DAILY 8.00 t.00 1.60 Months . lioonths.. WEEKLY Ymr,by m3 75 THE WELLMAN FAILURE. The Wellman polar expedition has ended In conspiclous failure. Perhaps of all the Artlo trips of discovery it has been the one most notably barren Of results. No very high latitude was reached, one member of the party died, the leader was crippled possibly for life, and all that it brought back as a result of a year's hardship is some work by the scientists of the expedi tion and a few meagre discoveries on or near Fran Josef land. Ill fortune met the party soon afwsrlt started on the dash for the pole. As that is what has always caused failure in Artlo ex plorations, and always will, it is idle to speculate upon what would have been done had it not been met. Mr. Wellman sailed unusually early loat vMf from Tromsoe, but unfortun ately the prevailing winds banked the no Instead of driving: it southward, "Cp. be was compelled to put ba...

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. — 26 August 1899

8ATURDAY AUGUST 2, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Wednesday's Dolly R. J. Gorman returned last night from Glen wood. Capt. Ad. Keller and family came home yesterday lrom Wind river, Joe Herouz left last night for Burns where ne has accepted a position on the News. Lou Oakes is again on his express wagon, having returned from camping at Cascades. The O. K. shaving parlors were re opened today with J. R Reese proprie tor. The shop is neatly fitted up, and is quite attractive, A four year old orchard of French prunes is reported from Douglas county which will have a yield of 100 pounds of fruit, pur tree this year. Today P. M. Ruffner sold 160 acres of land on Cheooweth creek to Geo. An derson for $800 It is principally hill land, valuable mostly for pasture. V rado, a mining camp of 10,000 people. I was almost totally destroyed by fire, r rru 1 i -: . .l A, in (vm Labor day, September 4th, is a nation al holiday, but will hardly be observed I in this secton. for everybody Is too busy worki...

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. — 26 August 1899

up Saturday august 26, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Saturday's Dally. Carl Rhea, of Heppner, is in the city. Miss Nettie Fredden went to Cascade Locks today. Mrs. H. Glenn returned last evening from Ilwaco. Mrs. T. Baldwin and family came home last night from Seaside. Will Grunow left this morning for Astoria to take in the regatuu Mayor M. J. Anderson and W. H. Eeisler, of Dufur, are In the city. J. W. Bridgefarmer and G. E. Bun nell, of Goldendale, spent the day in the city. Mrs. Wm. Michell went to Stevenson this morning to spend Sunday with , her sister. Today County Clark Kelsay issued a marriage license to Charles O. Creigh ton and Miss Hazel L. Williams. ' H. T. and John Johnston and ife of Dufur, spent the day in the city. m inii Mrs. .Tnhnnton are en route to - Portland. Two boys, Dick Ely and Harry Rice, escapted from the reform school at Salem Tuesday. The police are on their track. Geo. W. Miller and C. C. Hobart returned last evening from Ocean Park where they have been ru...

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. — 2 September 1899

porllnud LibMr v M VTAIXKKK. VtlneXXXT jcONSOLIDATED 1882. THE DALLES. OREGON, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER2, 1899. NO. 35 tllKS-XOPXTAIXGEB. IDEA OF THE BOERS Think British Plan One of Conquest. is New York, "Aug 25. Georpe Van Sciecle, a lawyer of this city, has re' ceived an interesting- letter from Gen eral Jourbet, commander in chief of the South African Republic, in which the general says: "Your letter is at band, I am clad to learn that a person can still be found and that too in the United States, who thinks the Transvaal may be in the right. It 19 impossible to dispel from the minos of the Boers the idea tbat Chamberlain has been involved with Rhodes in the raid and ravages of Jameson upon the republic in 1896 and that it is this failure that lies in his throat,, lump so hard that he is un able to swallow it, and because of this he uses as a false pretence to declare war against us the asserted grievences of tbe (Jitlanders. But it is really in order that he may annihilate our small...

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. — 2 September 1899

8ATURDAY.... SEPTEMBER 2, 1899 ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY BY A. DOUTH IT, Publlht. ' SUBSCRIPTION BATES. DAILY m ey mail Months Uoonths WEEKLY 6,00 l.bU jb Year, by Bail. ix months... ...... SI Ml 75 A BITTJsR PILL. Evervbodv recognizes the fact thai William McKinley will again be nora 1 Dated for the presidency by the re publican convention Dext year. In fact he .must be ' nominated, for he stands close to the bosses, and is an exponent of every doctrine the party puts forth; really doctrineB cannot he made too fast for him to accept them. ' But seriously speaking, his adminis- tration must be endorsed by the party. therefore his renomination is assured; the republicans have no other choice, for to turn him down would be to acknowledge tbe failure of their party in its control of the government. Thn democrats will irladly meet the Issue with McKinley as tbe standard bearer of the republican party; no op posing candidate could suit them bet ter. But to honest republicans those ho accept ...

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. — 2 September 1899

SATURDAY... SEPTEMBER 2, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Wednesday's Daily. Carey Ballard went to Antelope day on a business trip. to- Mr. Fitzmaurice, editor of the Moro Leader, is visiting in the city. Richard Fisher, the Mosier lumber king, is in the city od business. M. Z. Donnell left this morning for a business trip through Sherman county. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Lucas returned this moraine from a visit with frienas at Baker city. A. Burkett. of Bergen, near Wbitr Salmon, was in the city on businea last evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Sommerville. of Hay creek, are registered at the Umatilla House. Alex Mcintosh and sisters Misse Katie and Joan are in the city from their borne at Prineville. Prineville sportsmen are raising fund to prosecute persons who kill fish In the Deschutes river with ex plosives.' . Hon. John Michell leaves tonigh for Washington, D. C. to attend the great council of the Independent Or der of Red Men. John Kindwell, a wealthy sugar planter, of Honolulu, Hawaiian Isl...

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. — 2 September 1899

CM) i LtDRDAY... SEPTEMBER 2, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Saturday's Daily. Tom Barfour, of Lyle, is io the city J. C. Johnston of Dufur is In the city a a business trip. j J. H Oakes, of Prineville is a guest t the Umatilla house. Will Wurzweller of Prineville is e;istered at the Umatilla house. Miss Bess Isenberg left on the boat itr naoa mver toaay w viom ucr . n. i - 1 arenta. R. J. Ginn, of Moro, is in the city on usines. Mayor Kuck and Councilman Steph ns returned last evening from a short Hsit to Portland. I Mr. and Mrs. Milton Zell, of Prine Wile, are in the city, and will leave j,hU evening for Spokane. I John Crate returned from Portland last night where he has been delivor- aband of beef cattle to the Union Meat Co. I Mrs. Oliver Powell, of Moro, passed through on the train this momma; fcr Portland, where she goes to have ber eyes treated. Mrs. F. E. Horton and child of T.lnnnln. Nebraska, arrived on the afternoon train today to spend a month visiting her parents Mr. and Mr...

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. — 9 September 1899

CM PorlluuJ Library Minx r.tXBRK. Velame XXXV THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1899. NO. 30 CONSOLIDATED 1882. TIWKS.HOP5TA1SKKB, XIII FOR CUAB This Is What General Lee Advises. Chicago, Sept. 1. A special to the Times-Herald from Washington says General Fitznueh Lee bas made an elaborate report on prevailing coodi V lions in the territory in Cnba under 'bis jurisdiction, and takes strong ground for an independent Cuban gov ernment under an American protec ( torate. The war department in March : directed the commanders" of the de partments in Cuba to make a ' report on the conditions of their several sections, and to accompany it with recommendations as to the treatment of the natives. General Lee is the only commander who bas so far re' sponded. General Lee begins his report stat ing conditions in Havana and Pinar del Bio provinces are making rapid progress toward a state of peace, good order and prosperity. He goes into this in great detail, taking: up the subject town b...

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. — 9 September 1899

SATURDAY.. ..SEPTEMBER 9, 1899 ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY MY DOUTHIT, Publlattiar. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. DAILY ea y vail.... Months . MooDlhs WEEKLY n Year, by nail. 6ix months. ....... . $6.00 S.uO l.WJ $ 60 75 GOLD IN THE PHILIPPINES. There may be at least one com pensatory feature connected with the war which this country ha9 been wag ing in the Philippines the past seven months with the view to gaining con trol of those islands, and that is that rich gold mines are said to exist there, which may in time compensate, in a financial way, for the millions we are , expending in our endeavor to perfect title to a country for which we (?ae Spain $20,000,000 to obtain aquit claim deed. Of conrse the mines will neces flarially have to be pretty rich to repay . the first cost, but so long as there are mines there, it gives a little consola tion to those of us who have looked . upon the war as a gigantic blunder. A writer in a late number of the Review of Reviews Ramon Reyes Lata says that it was...

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. — 9 September 1899

SATURDAY... SEPTEMBER 9, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. 1 From Wednesday's Daily. Frank Leiblein, of Kingsley, isi the city. Arthur McKenzie of tJoldendale is in the city. Farquer McRae, ol Antelope, is in the city on business. T, E. Morae. of White Salmon is in the city on a business trip. C. S. Schmidt proprietor of the Lobby saloon in Portland, is in the city to day. County Judge Wm. Cake, of Mult nomah countv. is in the city from his home in Portland. W. J. Evans, of Hood River, county commissioner for Wasco county is in the city on business. W. W. Smith, of Prlneville. spent yesterday in the city and left for his home this morning. Clyde T. Bonny, the enterprising young Hood River merchant, is In the city today attending to matters of business. Frank C. Savage, traveling agent for the North Western line is in the city today attending to the interest of his company. Naturalization papers were granted bv tha countv court yesterday to Ronald McDonald, William Redmond and William Noland. : 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. — 9 September 1899

7 ., SATURDAY.. -SEPTEMBER 9, I8ii9 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Saturday's Daily Claud Looney, is in the city from Antelope. George Harder, of Antelope, Is In the city. Arthur Hodges, of Prineville, id a guest at the Umatilla House. William Holder and wife and family, of Moro, are in the city today. Professor R. Allard, of the Dufur public schools is in the city today. John Somervill jr. arrived in the city yesterday from his home at Hay Creek. The Episcopal Sunday school will . meet at 9:45 tomorrow morning at the usual place. J. 1. Henderson, the attorney at law and notary, of Hood River, is in the city on business. Miss Rose Buchier returned last evening after a three month's visit with friends in California. A decree of divorce was today gran led to John Sweeney and Gertrude Swee ney of Hood River, Oregon. The plea of Mr. Sweeney being desertion. ' All lovers of a first class show put on by first class actors will attend "The """ Midnight Bell" Monday evening. Reserve your seats in tim...

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. — 16 September 1899

Portland Library , . H (IKITAISKEK, ' Volume XXXT THE DALLES. OREGON, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1699. CONSOLIDATED 1882. m. 37 TI IKS-MOCIiTAISiKBK, ' MILES AND MERR1TT SLATED mi xtT'tt m ni iney win iaKe uiarare of the War. Chicago, Sept. 8. A special to the Record from Washington says: etel son A. Miles, general commanding the army, will eo to the Philippines to direct the military operations during the ADDroachinGT . campaign. . This statement, while not authorized by any announcement from the president or the secretary of war, is made upon the authority of one of the officers of the department. --There is no doubt-that General Miles desires the assignment, and un less the unexpected happens between now and the middle of October he will start for Manilla. After. 48 hours of almost constant discussion among the president, secre tary Root. Professor Schurman, Sena tor Beveridge, General Miles and Aujutant-Ueneral Corbin, it may be stated positively that General Merritt will go to the...

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. — 16 September 1899

SATURDAY. . .SEPTEMBER 16, 1899 ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY BY - DOUTHIT, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. DAILY ea y Bl Months Uoonths. WEEKLY ImcYsar, by mail. Six months., te.oo 8.U0 1.60 1 60 7S FOR CAMPAIGN PURPOSES. Republican managers realize that trusts are going to be a heavy load for them to carry in the next national campaign, and since trust manipula tors have in the past placed the party under such deep obligations to them through liberal donations to campaign funds, they must be dealt with cautious ly while the people are being satisfied, hence the managers have devised a : plan for dealing with the trust prob . lem, solely for campaign purposes, which according to the dispatches, is . as follows: "The president early in the coming session of congress, should submitt a special message dealing exclusively f with truets, and making a recommen dation that congress pass a joint reso v lution providing, for an amendment to the constitution which will allow . ' congress to deal with...

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. — 16 September 1899

33 r iras-lSountaitim. SATtJRDAY.. SEPTEMBER 16, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Wednesday's Daily. HarrisPii Dufur Is a guest at Mrs, the UmatHlaa House. C. E. Mover, of Tygh Valley, is in the city today. Miss Lizzie Bates went to Grass Valley today -where sbe will visit friends for a few weeks. A large brass door key was picked up several days ago. Owner can have same by applying at this office and paying the cost of this notice. Miss Salioa Phirman is renderad unable to fulfill her duties as teacher in the public school today on account of sickness. Her place la filled by Miss Spink. Hon. M. A. Miller and family, of Lebanon, spent the day visiting in the city. Mr. Miller is a prominent druggist in his borne town and one of the democratic ware horse of Linn county. The Red men conferred the chief's degree on four worthy and well tried warriors at their wigwam lust night. Thev also appointed a committee to scout the forest for venison for the next kindling of the council brand. Marshal 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. — 16 September 1899

SATURDAY. .SEPTEMBER 16, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Saturday's Daily. L. G. Hawson.of Arlington, is at the Umatilla House. Dick Neil, of Dufur, was seriously 10- 0at.rdav bv falling from a oaru. The extent of his injuries could not be learned. ,-.- o n cv.oi.Hiii will begin a of oo.hnol in the Franklin district, r.ar Hood River, next Monday, with Miss Kftie Davenport as assistant. C. F. Cathcart, formerly engaged -with Mr. Strause in the Roseleaf cigar store in this city, arrived herefrom ,. oA.mil last evening and left today for Southern Oregon. o tj rmo f f4i-ade. Oregon, who haa hein one of the most successful sheep men of that section, is at the rT-.tiii TTouse. He is suffering severley from an attack of rheumatism. Mrs. S. W. Arnold and her sisters, . Misses Bess and Ellen Isenberg, of Hood River, have gone to Portland to ttiRAt their brother Howard, wno is re t.h PhiliDDines, and to - vuiuaug : visit friends in Portland and Salem. Mra. Nancv Crabtree, wife of J. N - v., AioA in...

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. — 23 September 1899

tttitiwef. Uffl HIIISTAIIBICK, Volai II It&A-HOUXTAIHBBfl. CONSOLIDATED 1882. THE DALLES. OREGON, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1899. NO. 38 XIII TRIED TO BUY PEACE Commission Has Offered Aguinaldo Money to Quit. New York, Sept. 15. A special to the World from Ithaca, N. Y.,saye: Your iorrespondent is able to say on authority that the Schurmao peace commission offered every inducement ahort of absolute self government to ' Aguinaldo and his -followers. -Agui - naldo was promised as the price for - the restoration of peace in the Taga) tribe a bonus of more than $5000 a yrar while the Tagrals remained peaceful. He was told that he could choose men from his tribe for the minor municipal .offices. The commission went so far as to promise Aguinaldo the moral support of the United States trovern- - ment, If such were neeced, to make his leadership of the Tagals thoroughly secure. With a1! these inducements, tempt ing as they must have been, Aguinaldo, as the recognized head of the insurgen...

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. — 23 September 1899

, SATURDAY.. .SEPTEMBER 23, 1899 ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY - BY . DOUTHIT, Fublitir. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY em ay mail Months Moonthi WEEKLY jmc Year, by mail Six months... ........ 6.00 3.00 1.60 1 6U 75 EXCESSIVE CHARGES. The legislature of Oregon could pro- tecfc the people of this state against the outrageous charges of the express companies for services between points within the state. Particularly are these charges excessive on smaller ' packages sent from Portland to poiuts in Eastern Oregon. For carrying ana fltHvrinr a Dackaee under eight , pounds from! Portland to Pendleton the charge is beyond reason, being nearly as much as for a similar pack 1 age from Chicago to Pendleton. The Portland merchants should use their influenco with a view of lessening these chaiges of the express companies, as the discrimination against rortland ha the effect of driving a consider able business east, that belongs by -lrrif. to Portland tradesmen. The ' express companies should be made to red...

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. — 23 September 1899

J SATURDAY. .SEPTEMBER 23, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Wednesday's Daily. E. C. Warren the popular travel man is a guest at the h matnia iioj- D. L. Cates the Cascade Locks mer chant, is In the citv vieiting old i.'ietds, Will H. See, the Warm Springs luarchant Is a guest at the Umatilla louse. R. E. Misner, of Mitchell, arrived in the city last evening and is meeting Dalles friends today. Mrs. Burckbardt and daughter Miss Lena, of Portland, arrived in the city j tst evenincr and are visiting the 1 tmily of Judge Liebo. loo. A. S. Bennett returned from Portland last evening where he has lioen arguing a case in the United States court of appeals. Mrs. Alden, mother of Captain Chas. Alden, arrived in this city last nigh" l om her home on the sound and will islt for a time with the family of the popular captain. While the Salvation army . were 1 oldlng their usual evening exercises 1 Mb evening Edward Francisco, who ' v.'as standing on Neilson' corner ) -ttening to the singing, was taken...

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. — 23 September 1899

SATURDAY.. SEPTEMBER 23, 1899 ITEMS IN BRIEF. Prom Saturday's Daily. . Speer is in the city from Warm Springs. Miss Pearl Taylor, of Autelope, is in the city. Standard patterns for October, at Pease & Mays.- J. Frank Fulton, of Biggs, was in the city last evening. Claud and Eva Heialer, of Dufur, were in the city yesterday. M. J. Anderson, of the Dufur Dis patch, was in the city today. A. B. Waltz, of Baker City, is regis , tered at the Umatilla House. Wm. Farre is in town from Canyon City, where he is now located. F. N. Jones, of Sherar's Bridge, ar rived in the city this afternoon. J. H. Douthit, of Cross Keys, came in today with a bunch of cattle. Wm. Rae, jr., a stockman from St. Paul, is registered at the Umatilla. Some men are so dense that the only t.im the v tret next, is in a barber shop'. C. L. Ireland, of the Sherman County Observer, is in the city from Moro. Mm. S. E. Coon. Leslie Coon and vr w Rrown. of Grass Valley, are in the city today. ' Fred Young, the prominen...

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. — 30 September 1899

THE DALLES. OREGON, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 30, 19. CONSOLIDATED 1882. JSIO. 39 r t -s TlftSS-nOCVTAISEER. XIII H)U1T.ISEEB, Volsnae XXXV r- WAR IS INEVITABLE Neither Side in a Posi tion to Baek Down. New York, Sept. 22 A dispatch to the Tribune from London says: The correspondence between Sir Alfred Milner a'-d President Sieyn strength ens the current belief here that to morrow's cabinet council will decite to send out from 10.000 to 20.000 addi tional troops to South Africa and leave all question? of diplomacy open until their arrival. Meanwhile the Orange Free State's leaders and the Afrikanderbund will bestir themselves to keep peace be- tween England and the Transvaal, and will -Jhave-.-the-best' wishes of the - English conservatives like Sir Edward Clarke, who are hopiog that war may be averted. Leading financiers in the city are convinced that war is inevi table, since neither Presidnt Kruger nor M. Chamberlain can retreat with honor, and there is no other way out of it. That thi...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
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