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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 23 July 1892

CO The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY JULY 23. 1852 FACTS VS. FANCIES. In contradiction of the charge made by Democratic papers that the troubles at Homestead and in the Cour d'Alene, in an, article published - this week, we used language in import that Jabor and capital . will always be antagonistic not that it should be, and that the man of wealth usually had the upper band of the poor man not that this is right or the way con ditions should be. In short, we stated a few cold facts as briefly as possible. Segregating this pessimistic sentence from the article, the Evening Telegram of yesterday preaches a homiletic discourse, but to give point and force to its sermon, it completely mislates our position. We quote some of the para graphs: , This ia a weak surrender, a pitiful plea to let the wrong triumph while we live, ratber than make any resiatence or any fight tor the right. It is a tacit acknowledgment that what the T.-M. advises and contents itself with ia might instead of ripht, ...

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 July 1892

its 1 I If" A. The Times-Mountaineer Saturday: .JULY 23. 1892 ITEMS JN BRIEF. From Wednesday's Daily. Mr. . Neil McLeod, of Uranl, is ia - city. ? i- ,-. - - " Mr. W. Moore, of Moro, ia in the ibe city, j' ' Mr. Frank Alalone, of Antelope, is the city. - : in 1 'There a fatal ease cf riiphtbtna near ' Frineyilie last week. . : The ties have arrived afGrant, and the side track is being laid to the ground where the distillery is to be erected. The clip of wool this year bus been of most excellent quality, and will no doubi . trinz a good price lu me .Boston market Ibe citizen ot Urant will give a DsrUeco. and dance next Friday week. All are invit ed to come and enjoy' the- festivities of tht occasion. ' J ' Mr. Phil. Brogan. 8r has purchased tlit lot east of the oue where the toizino com ' pany's house stood, and the plans are drafted lor a handkome residence. Mr. C. F. Hobart, muster mechanic ot the Oregon Improvement company, at - Seattle, VVash.,was in the city Monday en route to 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. — 23 July 1892

CM Tie' Times-Monntaineer SATURDAY JULY 23. 1892 THE EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION. At the last annual meeting of the Editorial Association a resolution was ; introduced and passed that the next convention be held at The Dalles, and it is time our citizens were making pre parations to- entertain these guests. The membership of - the association comprises nearly every editor in Ore - gon, and these have great weight in influencing legislation and stimulating enterprise. .Wherever they have met they have received royal treatment. , and impressed by these courtesies have returned to ineir Domes to puuusu pleasant things about the places they L 1 A- I 1 . 1 " I have visited. The Dalles is at the N river, and possesses "commercial and manufacturing advantages superior to any city on the river. If our business men and capitalists desire these to be known there is no more favorable opportunity than the visit of the association next month, But to do this it will require the ex penditure of money. W...

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 July 1892

0IJSUIXIC8B, Volume XXXII TllES-MOrSTAIKKEK. " THE DALLES, OREGON", SATURDAY. JULY 30, 1892. NUMBER 51. C0NS0LIDATED1882. i : PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY John Michell, Editor and Proprietor ' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION." Sliurle copy, one year. . IS-OS Single copy six months , -Tenni strict! in advanre l.Ot Entered at the Pen to fee at Th Dalles, Or., at second Clan Matter for trantmimon through the made. . LIST OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. Governor: S. Pennoyer Seerettnr ol State G.W. llcBride Treasurer; Phillip Metschan Superintendent of Public Instruction.. E.B. McElroy . " J J. S. Dolph Dcuaiw JJJ. . Mitchell Congressman , Brrt district ... ... " seeoud district... State Trincer ; cuoti. .B. Hermann -A'. It. Kills . Flank Biker County Jude George B ake y Sheriff T. A. W,ud Clerk J- B. Crosscr, Treasurer ; . . Win. ilichell Cnmtniaonner JhS. Darnie'le Assessor '..J. w Ko.nu Surveyor E- F. Sharp Superintendent ol Public Schools Troy Shelley Coroner ..N. M. atwooa Professional C rds. D R. ...

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. — 30 July 1892

u iHrmiirii-iii The Tlies-Moiintaineer SATURDAY.-'...'..".. JULY 30. 1S92 . "DIRECT TAXATION: ."' It is not to be expected that papers . in Eastern Oregoo, a country so much in need of government aid to open the Columbia river, woald oppose tbe River and Harbor bill, and for this reason wo "were very much surprised to find the foioing editorial in the columns of .onr esteemed contemporary, the East Oregonian: "The JRiver and Har bor bill, which has not been heard from for several days, is doubtful of becoming a law. We would not care if it failed of passage, as it it, to a large extent, a great big steal. The money it appropriates would eventu ally be wasted, so the people have little interest in it. All such appro priations, under present machinations, are entirely in the interest of tbe tricksters, manipulators and favorites of the politicians. No public appro priation is advantageously and econo mically expended any longer, owing to the 'machine ways' of things. "The people are b...

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. — 30 July 1892

The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY .JULY 30. mil ITEMS :1N BRIEF. From Wednesdays Daily. Mr. Phil.- Btogan, sr., of Antelopo, in the city. r , 7 ; - - The farmers arc all busy harvesting, ana very tew are seen upon our streets. Mr. P. E. Sh'jbtell, who bat been camp log near the Licks lor some weeks uat, returned jesteiday. Mr. Walter Fraiao and Mr. Geo. Uray, 01 me nrm or Uraut, .Frame z Uray, ot uraut,are in tlie Cuy. , Aside from railroad connection with the Willamette valley, Astoria has hopes or Haying several lactones inaugurated - Mr. C. E. iones, of immigrant, Sherman county, formerly one ot the publishers ot the iVoro Observer, is in the city. - He is now eneaged in the c'atile business. Hardly a day passes that one or more parties do not take tr.p iuto the moon' tains for the purpose ot hunting. and fish fog. After spending a few days in the cool altitudes they return usually well atisQed with the recreation.- The foundation is ' being dug for the new dwelling house of Alr Pti...

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. — 30 July 1892

The TimesMonntaiiieef SATURDAY JULY 23. 1892 COAGBESS AND ITS If BUT. ADJOURN- I L 1 J 1 I . I . . nn -v it u expected lUUfc uru aensiuu . of the fifty-second congress will close in aboat a week,; says the Chicago Inter-Ocean. It began with last winter. ' Two years ago the long session of con gress was protracted until almost elcc , , tion time.- That was a serious- uris . case, politically speasmg, iqr it oe prived the country of the campaign services of the very men of all others most competent to discuss the issues of .' the day. The' result was that instead of a campaign of education the people . had a campaign of misrepresentation, false alarms, and gross perversions. Never in the whole history of Ameri- . Is s t 1 can policies was cne policy or xaisenooa -,(- carried to such triumphant conclusion. The opportunities were exceptionally favorable and were improved with the : eagerness of a starvation appetite. - There is this great difference be tween 1890 and 1892, from a politi...

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. — 6 August 1892

-2 Zi tf M THE DALLES, OREGON SATURDAY. AUGUST G, 1892. NUMBER 52. Ik . Ml 111 PRINTED EVERY. SATURDAY; John Michell, Editoh and Proprietor TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single oopy, one year Siugle copy all months... ass-Terms "rlctlv-lo aavantM ta.o" , l.ui Entered at the Pottofice at The DalUt, Or., at aecond Clot Matter far trantnumaa inruuyn mo.. UST OF STATE AMD COUNTY OFFICIALS. Governor.. "p"Yf nmtArr of State G.W.WcBnde Treasurer Phillip Meiiiaii fbirintnlant of Public Instruction.. E. B. McElrov Senators , j' . N. Uolpta . H. llitchtll Congressman, first district-. . B. Hermann secooa uiswiu...., State Fruiter County Judge BneriO Clerk Treasurer Commissioner. Assessor Surveyor Superintendent ol Public Schools. Coroner "A . K B'lU . Frark Biker .. George B sice y T. A Wi(l J . B. Crusacn .... Wm. Michell Jv. Dsrnieiie ....J. W. Kmiii 15. F. Sharp .... Trey hclley '.ti. M. Eastwood Profeslonal C rda. D B. H. L0QA3. Physician and Surgeon, Omca: Rooms S and S in Land Office Building ...

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. — 6 August 1892

- n;. -k- .-3' The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY... AUGUST 0. 1892 ' FIQBTINQ ALL ALOJSG THE LINE. The chairman of the ' Democratic state central com mitt ee, Mr. Harrit.y, of Philadelphia, expresses the opinion that the presidential election is to be decided in New York, and practically within stone's throw of the national headquarters, says a Chicago exchange. Very likely the sharpest ' and hottest of the fighting will be right at that great point It was so in every na tional election under the apportion ment of 1880. Bat all the signs point to a stubborn fight in many states, more especially in the northwest. . It will not do to pat much reliance npon the personalities and . rivalries -which cat sach a figure at nominating conventions. An inexperienced ob server would have said that the Re publican factions could never pull in doable harness after Minneapolis, or the Democratic factions after Chicago, bat time is the great healer of all sach wounds. The Hill men carried tne op posit...

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. — 6 August 1892

-1 I -'I - ... --"1h- L-7 The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY.... AUGUST 8, 1892 ITEMS 'IN BRIEF i Prtifivi nnnrt is oiaiet these days.": . Mr. A.4McIntosu,;or,urantv is -in me city - - ; ' ;V ; :: Wood of different kinds is piled oa the teach in laree quantities. The freiebtioit-business, by boat and rail, is quite lirey these days ; The foundation- wa Is of the Hrogan . dwelling are neariy comp eted. Mr. Wendell Hall, of Spokane,bas been in the city for the past two days. " "". The irarehonses are neariyc ear of woo' and are how prepared to receive the wheat Crop. , if ,( - ; . . Leilia Butler has beta appointed admin- - utrator of the estate. ot Angus Byers, tie- : ceased.. -A p'easant, healthful breeze blew to day. .Tue Dalies zepnyr is wormy - ine Terse of the poet V - . - . The examination of Mr. Wm.Birgfeld closed this mcrome, and be .was. held without ball lor th.e'.;jntirder of Mrs. Mr. and- Mrs. Johtr ?tewis, tormerly ot this 4tv:re camDtnjrartrietorits or riooa mer. They were ...

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. — 6 August 1892

CH'J 7, u is . Thff- Times-Monntadneer SATURDAY. ......... AUGUST 8. 1892 Watson, of Georgia, a member of the lover house and of the People's party, has committed a breach of par liamentary courtesy in exposing the . mystery surrounding - "congressional cold tea,", by stating in a campaign pamphlet. that "drunken members reel through the aisles and drunken mem bers speak on grave issues." He was called to task by Wheeler, of Alabama; but he declared that he was ready to substantiate every word, and this called forth hisses and laughter on the Democratic side. A resolution was introduced appointing a committee co investigate the charges. . What the re sult will be is yet' to be determined; but -the Democratic house, failing: to pass the free-silver -bill, will surely punish, this exposure of "congressional cold tea.? McKinley measured swords in de bate Thursday . with . St. John .and Warner at Monona Lake, Wis. It is seedless to say that the author of the ' tariff measure knew well h...

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. — 13 August 1892

mutt ) V - THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY. AUGUST 13, 1892. NUMBER 1. TAISEKH..' " Volnme XXXIII K.H(IIISTAIXt. . ..XI C0NS0LIDATED 1882. (1 s. e2 PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY -.: John Kicheu, Editor and Pboprietbr. 1 'jf TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single copy, one year. iiug-ie eopy aix mono ....... . l.OC i strict! in advanpe - . . Snfrtd ef P asfgUx at Tie Date, Or.. etmd ICutM r er fa-giwiwr rong mm bh.. -v U- . I (TATE AMD CBUMTY OFFICIALS, ?oeriHr . .. i,-.. ....;t. .....,..; .. .8. Pjer eeretarr .ttaie ....u. w. mcd Vrjau r. T3. . .... Phillip Metmban Buptrav. . sent of rnb'tc instruction., c d. jrcuniT J. X. Dolpb 'Senators . .w..-.-.. J.H. Mitchell ... B. Hermann ... Frank Baker wU.,flrjt district i. second district..... i Bute ?fifT....a: Conty J itre... ...... .. Sheriff.. 4 ...-...- ...-----t-terkii'' .. .... ...... .... ' Treasurer .t....- . Commiwionei.... - .-.---- atCSeaaor.a. ,......,.....,-' Surveyor.... .'... ; -. Superintendent of Public School. . Coroner. .... . Geor.e B ak...

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. — 13 August 1892

The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY J... AUGUST 13. 1892 FORSIGNERS. In discussing the question of -the late riots, . some intense nationalist : blame the foreign element in our coun tr for the crimes committed, ana we ' consider this a great injustice . to ' " ' . - , ' i . i i - - ? zensJ We arecjoBinced that the na . tivea of the.Uoited States, under the same conditions, are. as lawless as tier . mans, Irish, Scotch or 'Swede?, and - "because in some instances . the discon tented classesfhave sought to perpetu : ate anarchy and communism brpugh to life and nurtured in them by the despotism 'of tyrants in the United States, it is a gross injustice to classify all foreigners as such." In almost every community in tnis.. country. mere are leading men not. "to the manner ticrn," and very mauy Americans are onlf ; one generation removed from the ele nient which occupy the same place in the minds of some as the Helots did to the Spartans. This pride of nation ality is the emptiest of all hu...

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 August 1892

The Tiies-Uonntaineer SATURDAY.. AUGUST J 3. 1892 ITEMS IN BRIEF ". - From Werineauav'a Dai! v. " ' T nnOTMu will Ik. IIia aaluiiiii'u elli of tviuvuun VT ill VV Ui bwiiw " ' o uijf. . i ... . . - There are onlj two indigent poor al the ' Dr. G. C Kahelmau is spending fe days in Portland r . - - -. - - ;- Mr. JL W. ' Branncr, proprietor of the ; Prioeville stage line, was in the city y . i . , ' . uuuajr. . . . . . 3 Mr. Ferns 'is gooe to ornament bis sprinkling tank.witQ advertisements This is business. . a.f v- T - . : . . u: jur. w. xi. rosaeur uuproviug nis rest . Mooe oy Ta-snipgiing ibe bouse au a having - wooa-aoau pant, v- a j ' Frelgbtinfir is .light these days, and uv nU W UU UipiOTCillCUb UU4.il gltllU u oetng snipped to market. - ' Misa Annie Smith, of Hood Hirer, and JtliM Alice Clayton, of Portland, pent lew boars to- day in, the city shopping. Mr, Edward French and Mr. Robert '. Mays, jr., left this- morning for Berkley, io resume ineir startie in toe oniversitj lovtu...

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 August 1892

The -Times-Hoimtalneer SATURDAY. AUGUST 13. 1S92 . ' Congress haa adjourned, nuJ ita ante are a part of the history of the cnun . try. The Democratic lower house promised great reforms at tho liegiu ning of the session, and that it has not fulfilled these - promises is well known to every man in the country. If the : plan of the British .constitution hud been followed ft would have dissolved long ago,' and an appeal been mad e to the country. As it is, the next con. greasional ' election- in the United States will undouBtedlv 'change the complexion . of this branch of tlw- ua- - tional legislature, for - the people have become very tired of the duplicity and chicanery exhibited It was expected that this being a presidential year something very beneficial' to the inter ests of the country would be evolved by these Democrats in council; but ': defeating a free- silver bill and filibust ering -on : the appropriation for th - World's. Fair have been their principal . acts. The historian...

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 August 1892

tf M r V nitllTirVKCK. Vln XXXIII JCONSOIDATED 1882. THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY. AUGUST 20, 1892. NUMBER 2. .m nalTCTAI Hei B. -v- . XI. Par WWIWSs iw ii irai PRINTED EVEEY SATURDAY ' - BY John Michell, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Single copy, one jr.... : Singleopj si& months....... a-Ternjs strletlv io advance .2.0 . 1.01 Entered at tke Pwtoffi.ee at The Pallet, Or., ttt aeamd Clou Matter for tnmtmuttm wrong LIST OF STATE AND COUHTi OFFICIALS. Oorernor S. Pennover Secretary ot State G. W. McBnde Treuurer PbillipMetschan Suoerintendentof Public Instruction.. K. B. McEJroy " J i. N. Dolph Seaatois 14. H. Mitchell Congressman, first district ... . B. Hermann " second district..., 8Ut Trinter sjocaiTi:. County Judge.... ... SherlS Clerk Treasurer -. A . It. Kllis . Frank Baker , George Hake y . T. A. Wanl J. B. Crossen Wra. Michell Commisnoaei. Jw. Derate! le Assessor. W. Kounu Barveyor. E. P. Sharp Superintendent of Public Schools Troy .-helley Coroner a. H. f...

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 August 1892

The Tlmes-Monntainee SATURDAY... ...AUGUST 20. 189: TEE DANGER SIGNAL. The spirit of unrest is becoming general throughout the country, and hardlj a day passes that the telegraph does not spread news of some fresh outbreak of wage-earners against the authorities or their employers. Withi the past few weeks there have been strikes at Homestead, in the Uoenr : d'Alene mines, . on the Lehigh Valley road, br the miners at Oliver Sorinzs, Tenn., and even among the newsboyi . in San Francisco' and.in Portland. It discontent ever become epidemic we should believe that the United States was suffering from the contagion to - day 'and perhaps this is the true status of the matter. A strange .feature in relation to inese conmcis ana wnica uisunguiBueti a! ' -I l 17 . t r. - i l i i I i-ukuj irom similar atiempis iu xjurupo .- on the part of wege-earners is, ia no single instance has there been proved to have been suffering among. the la boring poor, or lack of means to sup ' port life in comfo...

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 August 1892

Tie Tiies-Monntaineer SATURDAY ...AUGUST 20. 1892 ITEMS IN BRIEF s From Wednesday's Dairy. . A beautiful day calraandcle.tr.. Soma of tbe vuiitors to ColliuV Landing felt od the train this afternoon. Mrs. Revs, of Portland, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robinson, in this city. " Me9rs. Pries and Nitschke moved into their elegant, new qaartes to-day. . Mrs. Hukh McCaulev is visiting her par eats. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Wiley, .in this city. - ' W. fl. Borchtorff, of Prinevilln, arrived in the city to-day, and will, load freiylit for tbe inter.or. A oarload of hogs lef t Saltmarshe's stock yards yesterday lur "jrtlad. , ihey were in prime condition. . , ..' Dr. Allen Griffiths left for Walla .Walk . ' on the afternoon tiaio, where be will de v liyer an address on Theosophy. ' There was one "d.-d." and two hobos in the city jail last night: ' Tnia indicate i that ' business in police circles is becoming lively. ' License to marry- was granted by tbe connty clerk, n poo filing-certain affidavits...

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 August 1892

The Times-MoBDtaineer SATURDAY AUGUST 20. las.ii UNDER TWO ADMINISTRATIONS . There is no branch or government in which the northwest is more inter ested than that controlling public lands, and it is both pertinent and '; proGtable at thin time especially do ' when the administration of national affairs were controlled four and eiiht ' years ago by the. Democratic and He- ' . publican candidates, for president to review the acts of the two administra : tionsin this regard. . The Chicago In ter Ocean speaks truthfully when it . says: "Mr. Sparks, - who was ap- pointed -commissioner of public lands .bj Mr. Cleveland when he was presi . dent, cherished the peculiar delusion that nearly all the entries madv by ' pre-emptors or - homesteaders were . fraudulent. ..He said in plain words that the . number of fraudulent pre emption claims should bs estimated at exactly 100' per cent, of the whole . number of entries, and that the num ber of fraudulent timber-culturu en tries was not less tha...

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 August 1892

MOUWTAISKB 'VHme XXXIII nm iuL.aanSTAlSE B, . '. XI JCONSOLIDATED 1882. THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY. AUGUST 27, 1892. NUMBER 3. PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY John Michell, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Slngiecopy.oneyrar.... '"7 Ui ,,w mm iv month ................ sr-Terms strictlv io advance m.fl ni A. PxtotHee at The Dalle. Or., at oeamd Clou Matter for traiuttjiuim through the matin. , LIST OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. Governor .........8. Pennover BSSr?of3tot G.W.McBride Tre2uw"..".T" ...- Phillip Metscban Superintendent of Public Instruction. . E. it. MjJ Senator j'H. Mitcholl Conjrressman, fhdt district . B. Hermann secoua awnci... .'r. K Mils State rrinter,. . Frank Baker COCSTY. County Judge , Sheriff ... Clerk Treasurer Commissioner . Assessor.... ... Surveyor..... Superintendent of Public Schools. Coroner...... . George B'ake y .- T. A. Ward ,...J. B.Crossen ... Km. Michel ...J.S. Darnie.lt! ...J. W. KooliU .... E. F. Sharp ... Troy .-helley ,ti. M. tactwouil P...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
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