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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 29 April 1893

The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY APRIL 29. !893 SOME MISTAKES. . The Evenino Telegram, in an edi torial on "England's Woe," paints highly colored picture of the fight be tween capita1, and labor in that conn t.rv. and aa.va: "In no other country is - J . J it no evident mat tne ncn are growing - richer, and the poor poorer. . It is not equalled in Germany or France." This assertion is either indicative of prejn- - dice or ignorance, and to be charitable - we will consider it the latter. The fact cannot be contradicted that in no othor nation, except the United States, is labor so well paid, and so nearly in- - dependent of canitaluts. In Great Britain the amount of deposits .in sav "ing banks is only excelled by the United States, and the condition of waee-earners is much better than in o - any portion of colonial Europe. Leg ialation haa reculated - the hours of work in every industrial employment, and universal suffrage haa made the . poorer classes an important factor in govermenta...

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 April 1893

The Times-MonBtaineer SATURDAY. .... '.APRIL 29, 1893 ITEMS IN BRIKP Til kin yon for the one," he said, n You love the inn t, outside of me." The maiden b u-hol aud hung her held, "1 Iav. 1 h.i I .1 Mm.1 niii aha. Puck. From Wednesday's Dallv. The Columbia is ruing quite rapidly. -' Fish wheels are catching a tew salmon, aesirea even in rvisieru iregop. The pleasant weather has stimulated . 1 (T . J .f j Mr. J. P. Mclnercy. who has been coa- severe attack of pneumonia, was able to be u hue Bkicvb iu uav. . Eastern toorists are making tbeir annua visit west, and yesterday a party of six per sons were taken to the dalles to view this narrow passage in the river. . The increasing volume or water in the Colombia river causes considerable high water talk ; bat wait till the latter part ot Jane, and one can give a more intelligent opinion on the matter. The following deed" was 61el with the eonnty clerk to-day: J P Shannon and wife to Geo. W. McCoy; right of way through the aw qr ot nw qr...

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 April 1893

The Times-Mountoneer SATURDAY .APRIL 29, 1893 GOLD CERTIFICATES. A Washington dispatch states that Secretary Carlisle issued an order Saturday to the Sub-Treasuries throughout the United States to issue no more troldcertificates at present, This order is due to the fact that the gold reserve has reached the limit of $100,000,000, says the Chicago Inter Ocean, and under the law of 1892 no gold certificates can be issued with the reserves below thai point. . The truth is that the entire certifi cate system, both of gold and silver, is a relic of the period when specie payments were suspended, and ought to have been abolished altogether as soon as resumption had got beyond the noint of anorehension. When the cause ceased, the effect should. "When the brains are out the man should die," is an observation based on a general law that embraces national finance. These gold certificates call for speci fic deposits. The government did not wish to be responsible for the weight bf each gold pie...

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 May 1893

.5 LA 1 THE DALLES. OKEGON, SATURDAY. MAY 6. 1893. DUMBER 39 HUIUISEH, Volume XXXIII ri KcanrTTAIXEEB. " XI CONSOLIDATED 1882. t . i s . PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY BT John Michell, Editor and Proprietor TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ingle copy, one year. . . . in'le copy aii. months.. .r2.0- ,. 1.01 49-Tenns strictly in advance. K.rf mt Ik. PmtnUet at The Datttt. Or eamd Clots Matter for tratumiitim through the mailt. LIST OF STATE AHOCOUHTY OFFICIALS. Governor .". 8PT?' Ranntarr at State G. W. McBride Treasurer Phillip Metschan fiiinarintendent of Public Instruction.. E.B.McElroT I J.N. Dolph Senators I J. H. Mitchell Congressman, first district , " second district.... State Trinter B. Hermann . B. Ellis Frank Baker cousin. County Judge..,. Sheriff Clerk Treasurer Commissioner... . George B'akely . A. Ward .J. B.Croesen .. Wm. Michell .Jas. Darnielle Assessor. Surveyor K. F. Sharp Superintendent of Public Schools Troy Mielley Coroner - N- M. Eastwood Professional C rda. JB. H. LOGAN. , Physic...

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 May 1893

The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY ..MAT 6, 1893 TARIFF 'NOT TBE CAUSE. The Albany Democrat is always or thodox in matters of political faith, and it never deviates from party lines. In the following it makes a vain at tempt to bolster up the cause of free trade: - "With a hope of strengthening the cotton trade the planters at the south ' are being importuned - by the southern press and southern financiers to reduce the acreage of the crops. The question is being met upon tbe basis .of over production. This is not the trouble nor is it the proper pan acea. The trouble is that our tariff laws have alienated our export trade and the proper panacea is a revision of the tariff. With millions of people in a semi-nude condition in other lands, being unable to obtain either the raw or manufactured material by reason of the embargo placed upon American products, the incongruity of the claim of over production at once suggests it self. As long as there is a demand for any commodity, even though ...

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 May 1893

The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY. ;MAY6, 1893 ITEMS IN BP.1F.F " . From Wednesday's Dailv. Hod. J. 1). 1'. of EastPortland, is in the city.. Mr. O. L. Stranahan, of Hood River, ia in town to-day. Hon. W.. R. Ellis, our congressman ' elect, came down from Heppner on the morning train. Jim Corbctt, the champion pugilist, will yisit Oregon soon, and this will be one of the "greatest events of the season." Mr. James McKy,' of Champoeg, ar rived in the eity on the noon train. He ia looking after bis property interests in the oity. : ' Mr. S. J. Gilliam, of Santa Rosa, Calif, - arrived in the city this morning from tl- - lensbargh, Wash., wheru be has been yis ising his brother, Mr. Newton Gilliam The river still continues to rise, notwith - standing the cold weather, and it is now abont seventeen feet above low water mark. it ia much higher than it was last year at this time; bat not as high as it was two years ago. . Vale Oazeite: Considerable excitement has been manifested in Yale the pa...

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 May 1893

The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY... MAY 6, 1893 Another btrugglo for independence haa begun in Cuba, and it ia fearful that it will have the same disastrous ending as the former ones. Spain, at one time ruler of more than half of this continent, now retains possession of only this island. During the time of ColumbuBand for many years there after, it was the center of Spanish in fluence in the new world, and the pon- tiffs and . dukes of Cuba imitated those of the home country in elegance and courtly ceremony; but the spirit of republicanism has permeated the people, and the palaces and forts of Havana are looked upon as the de- tested symbols of a foreign tyranny. Settled by the grandees of old Castle Madrid was looked upon as the center of fashion and politics, and the Hava nese were the most loyal subjectK of Spain. Bolivar, when he freed a large portion of South America from Spain, received no sympaty from Cuba, and Yiar nnrra tcprn nlwnvn onpn for Soan uw. f - j i i ish troops 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. — 13 May 1893

V n ii r BOtllCTAISRRK. Volume X3CXIII JCONSOLIDATED 1882. THE DALLES. OREGON, SATURDAY. MAY 13, 1893. NUMBER 40 Tl E.1loniTIXEEB. V XI HA V PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY JOHN MlCHELL. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR V- TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ingle copy, one yrar. ingle eopy six months........ SB-Terms strictly in advance. .. 1.W Kirr.A i JA PtxteHUe at The Dallet. Or eeond Class Matter for tranmittion through the mail. LIST OF STATE ANDCOUNTY OFFICIALS. Governor.... i?,0? Secretary of state G. W. McBnde Treasurer. Pnulipaletscban Superintendent of Public Instruction.. E.B. McElroy ( J. N. Dolph Senators 1 J. H. Mitchell rv.naaiTi.T flrrt district B. Hermann second district..- 'M . B. Ellis State rrinter Frank Baker COC5TS. County Judge George B'ake-y Sherifl vVr0 Clerk J- B. Crossen Treasurer Wm. MicheU Commissionei. - J- Darnielle Assessor.... i- W- Koonti Surveyor E. F. Sharp Superintendent of Public Schools. rroy sncuej Coroner M. Eastwood Professional C rds. JK. H. LOGAN. Physician an Surgeon, ...

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 May 1893

The Tiles-Mountaineer SATURDAY. . . . . . MAY 13, '.S93 Mf KIN LET IN BOSTON. In declaring that the Republican party needed neither eulogy nor apology Governor McKinley stru-jk the keynote of Republicanism, says the Inter Ocean. What he said before the Home Mar ket Club of Boston Wednesday even ing iq sure to be" responsively accepted by the Republicans of the country as their sentiments, and that not because the speaker is a prime favorite with people, but because the party is in no mood to lie do wn. It has no thought of going out of business, nor of takmg any back track. Thus far the Democratic administra tion has siaiDlv doled out offices. There has been nothing else in hand, The nearest approach to anything ad ditional was the hauling down of the American flag in Hawaii and the sus pension of the Chinese registration law pending litigation to test ita validity These incidents were both open' to criticism as lacking due authority. Mr. Blount is not clothed with power sufficient ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 13 May 1893

CO The; Times-Monntaineer SATCjBJJAY. .MAY 13, 1893 ITEMS. JN BRIE? From Wednesday's Daily. ' . . t- v tt .. u A v11ov i in Pro O. L. Gilbert, of Hood Biver, la in the city. , v Hon. C M. Cartrifcht and wife, of Hay Creek, are registered at the Umatilla - House. ' Harry Bocbau, formerly an attache of the Sun office, is visiting friends and relatives in the city. ...... A lady's gold watch was found on the bluff last evening. The owner can hare the same by proving property aud calling at the residence or Mr. C. E. Bills. Almost every day fishing parties visit the neighboring streams, and, we are in formed, many trout have been caught; V n ihaa, n rr. ..ff raA (tr Cola Mr. Emanuel Cornneau, a citizen ot France, declared his intention this after noon, under oath before the county clerk, ot becoming a citizen of the United States. There are a few wool buyers in the market, bat no prices are being offered yet. Until the clip is marketed, and there is a choice in lots offered for sale the...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 13 May 1893

The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY. . ......... ...MAY 13, 1S93 SUGAR BOUNTIES. Last fall Secretary Foster estimated the amount that would be required for the bounty on American sugar under the provisions of the McKinley bill at $10,000,000, says the San Francisco Chronicle. It tarns out that the esti mate was excessive, the amount being in reality only $9,100,000. The total sugar crop on which a bounty will be paid during the present fiscal year is estimated at about 480,000,000 pounds, which is an increase of about 100,000,000 pounds over the fiscal year of 1892. The .production of beet sugar has advanced from 12,000,000 pounds, in round numbers, in 1892 to 27,000,000 pounds in 1893. The product of maple sugar this year will be about 3,000,000 pounds, sorghum production . about 1,000,000 pounds, and the ctne production about 450,000,000 pounds The effect of the bounty as reported by the government has not been to in crease the number of establishments, but to enlarge old ones and stim...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 20 May 1893

I. r THE DALLES. OREGON, SATURDAY. MAY 20, 1893. HO(JNTAI3ffEK. Volume XXXIII NUMBER 41 C0NS0LIDATED 1882. - 4 PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY -BY- . John Michell, Editor and Proprietor TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. - Sinela cony, one Year H2.M Single copy aii month a-K - SB-Terms strictly in advance. Entered at the PottoKce at The Dalle, Or eeond Claet Matter or trantmueim through the mailt. LIST OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. Oovarnor" S. Pennoyer Secretary of State W. UcBnde Treasurer Pbillip Metec-nan Saterintendent of Public Instruction . . E. B. McElrov J J. N. Dolph Senators J.U. Mitchell Congressman, first district B. Hermann " second district W. K. Kills State Trinter Fnnk Baker CODXTX. County Judge....... George B'ake y Sherin. T.A. Ward - mr J. B.Crossen Treasurer v Wm- Mi;ne" Commissioner ...Jus. Darnieile Assessor J. W. Koouts Burreyor E- 8narP Superintendent of Public Schools Troy t-ncllej Coroner N. M. Eastwood Professional C rds. D B. B. LOGAN. Physician an : Surgeon, Omci: ' Booms ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 20 May 1893

The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY. .... MAX" 20, 1893 A DILEMMA. The decision of the supreme court ' has forever settled the constitutionality of the Geary law, and there can be no further question regarding the power of congress to restrict immigration of any class of foreigners. It may not be international courtesy for the high est legislature of the United States i to discriminate against the subjects of a country with which there exists the most amicable relations; but such a law could.be enforced under the provisions of our constitution, although it is the basis upon which rests the broadest freedom ever enjoyed by any people The ethical side of the subject does not enter into the discussion; but sim ply the power of the legislative body to pass and enforce such a measure. Under our system of government, the president is the chief executive of acts of congress and other Jaws, and the real mischief has resulted in the operation of the Geary law from Mr. Cleveland suspending its en ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 20 May 1893

The Times-Monhtaineer SATURDAY ..MAY 20. 1893 ITFJIS IS BK1EF ' ' " " From Wednesday's Daily Mr. Lem Burgess, of Bikeoven, is io town " to-day. Mr. R. Q. Blackebv. ol Wapinitia, registered at the Umatilla House to-day The water in the Columbia river tans . reached a mark within a few feet of the highest one of last year. Mr. M. Andrews and Mr. .las Miller, of Wasco, hare their names registered at the Umatilla House to-day. The Odd Fellows in session it Eugene are having an interesting time. Ihey have been entertained royally by the citizens, Mr. J. D. McGowao, interested in the cannery at Warrendale and also one at Astoria and fish wheels at the Cascades, is in the city. - Gov. Pennoyer crrsnted six pardons yes terdav. These consisted of one convict - from Umatilla county, one from Clatsop and fonr from Multnomah. Not very many citizens of The Dalles nave taken the jonrtey to tne Chicago ex position vet: but there are several who calculate to mase the trip before the summer ends.. 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. — 20 May 1893

The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY. MAY 20, JOHN RUSKIN AS LAUREATE. The Chicago Inter Ocean says: Mr. Gladstono has furnished a genuine, though very pleasant, surprise in the offer of the laureatsrTip to John Rus kin. Among all the possible or pros pective candidates for the laureateship perhaps no one besides Mr. Gladstone ever thought of Mr. Raskin in con-' section with that high honor. John Ruskin has no plac?, as a poet, in the literature of his time, and even among the best posted students of literature the one that could, previous to this surprising literary announcement, quote a stanza of Ruskin's poetry must have been an exception. And yet, notwithstanding the sur prise of the announcement, the first feeling of every loyer of literature and true poetry must be one of congratu lation that Tennyson is to have as a successor, if not one who is generally known as a poet, at least the foremost living man of letters in England to day, the last of ' the great quartet, Carlyle, Brownin...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 27 May 1893

r HOtiaiTAINEEB, Volome XXXIII TI MKS-MOUSTAlSiKKB, " ' XI THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY. MAY 27, 1893. CONSOLIDATED 1882. NUMBER 42 ft i PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY John Michell, Editor and Proprietor TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Single copy, one jnr f2.0l single copy sumontns i.w. sBTertns strictly in advance. Entered at the Pottofflee at The Dallei, Or eeond Clou Matter for trantmittion through the mailt. LIST OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. Oorernor . B. Pennoyer Secretary of 3tate G. W. McBnde Treasurer Phillip Metechan Superintendent of Public Instruction.. E. B. McElroy (J.N. Dolph Senators J. H. Mitchell Con&rreasman. first district B. nermann second district W. R. Ellis BUte Fruiter Frank Baker '.- . coraxs. County Judge George B'ake'y Sheriff T. A. Ward Clerk J. B.Crossen Treasurer Wm. Michell Commissioner . ........ .... Jas. Darnielle Assessor J. W. Koonts Surveyor....... E. F. Sharp Superintendent of Public Schools Troy t-helley Coroner N. M. Eastwood Professional C rds. JjR. H....

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 27 May 1893

The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY MAY 27, 1893 THE AMERICAN SUNDAY. Tin f AthnrJiafa a A offomnhncf a boybott of the world's fair because its gates have been open on- Sunday, and a resolution was passed by the preach ers of New York and Brooklyn, mem r bers of that bod, to withdraw all ex ' ) hibits. ' Dr. Landon appeared to be the leader in this movement, and he seems to be anxious that the bishops take some decisive action in relation ' to the condemnation of the world's fair being open on the day in question. In the course of his remarks he said that Chicago was not an American city, and that it was composed of for eigners; that "there is not an Ameri can spirit there, and we cannot expect that there should be much observance of the day." This church has exerted great influence for good in the coun try since its first establishment here; but if it is to be the champion of Pur itanism in this age of the world it will find itself in a very contracted field. The people respect it at le...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 27 May 1893

t t ' Tlie Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY-. ....MAY 27, !893 ITEMS JN BRIEF ' From Wednesday's Daily. The river fell about six inches ' ntiiht. . last Mr. Win. Holder, ot Grass Valley, is in . town to-day. Mr. A. H. Jewett, of White Salmon. Wash., is in the city. . Mr. W. H. Moore, the leading merchant of Moro, is in town to-aay. Mr. Robert Mays, jr., arrived from Cal ' iforoia on the afternoon train to-day. Court Reporter Broadie and Hon. Zera Snow came up on the midnight train. Prof J. M. Bloss, of the agricultural college, is in attendance' on the state : grange today. The grand jury baa returned thus far four true billa and one not a true bill. They are itill in session, and other indictments may be fonnd. . The first business in order at the county clerk's office this morning was the issuing of a marriage license to Mr. JL. A. Brock - and Miss Anna Parrish. The river fell about one foot and four inches last night: but if the present warm weather continues another lise may be expect...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 27 May 1893

The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY. . ..MAY 27, 1893 SALEM'S CAPITAL. In the last issue of the State Jonrnal, Harrison R. Kincaid, the veteran CUIVUl UsV U1CUU UUVlUf - articles for the Slate Republican as far back as September, 1862, gives a bis tory of the fraud resorted to in the location of the capital at Salem. It seems the capital was moved some' time before 1860 to Corvailis by i vote of the legislature, and the build ings barned down and it was moved back to Salem. Mr. Kincaid thinks - Sr. Mn tn .1 nna I KKI1 rhar. IhA VftfP r : was cast making Eugene City the cap ital, But Salem held on to it by force. . In 1864 the then "vexed question was submitted to the peoples and he says on a fair count Eugene City would have received a majority of the votes; but the Salem clique, by shal low technicalities, threw out either Coos. 7 Currv or : Jackson coun ties, and Salem ' retained the prize. in 1864, the name was chosen because he considered Eugene the established capital. The article o...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 3 June 1893

ww UOlT.41XenK. Volume XXXI THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY. JUNE 3, 1893. NUMBER 43 xiQONSOLIDATED 1882. PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY Jjhn Michell, Editor and Proprietor TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Sinirle conv. one vear S.W Siairle codv sia. months '. 1-- eT-Terms strictlv Id aavance. Entered at the Poilofiee at The DalUt, Or eamd Class Matter or trarumwtum wrouyn me mw. LIST OF STATE AND COUNJY OFFICIALS. Governor 8- Pennoyer Secretary of dtate G;W-.MoBe Treaaurer Phillip Metschau Superintendent of Public Instruction., b. B. Mctiroy I J V rinlnh Senators J. H. Mitcbell n 1. a . Atmt-lr R Hermann seeoud district A - R tilu State Printer K ' Frank Baker CVDSTY. County Judge... Bneritt Clerk Treaaurer Commissionei... . George B ake V T. A. rd ...J. B.Crosseu . . Wm. Michell ..Jts. parnieile ,.J W Kuinu Surveyor":: .".V" .,-v-;-- "SJlK Assessor.. Superintendent ox ruouc ocuouia Coroner N. M. aastwooa Professional C rda. JjE. a. LOO AH Physician an Sur geon, Ornci: Rooms t and in Land Omen Buildiun...

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