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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 7 December 1889

ST. NICHOLAS. A funny old professor kept a school for little boys, And he'd romp with them in play-time, and he wonldn t mind their noise; While in his little school-room, with its head against the wall, , Was a bed ot such proportions it was big enough for all. . "It's lor tired little pupils," he explained, "for you will find How very wrong indeed it is to fores a budding mind: Whenever one grows sleepy and he can't hold up his head, I make him lay his primer down and send him off to bed! v "And sometimes it will happen on a warm ana pleasant day, . When the little birds upon the trees go tooral-looral-lay, When wide awake and studious it's difficult to keep, Oae by one they'll get a-nodding till the whole class is asleep! "Then before they're all in dreamland and their funny snores begin, I close the shutters softly, so the sun light can't come in: After which J put the school-books in their order on die shelf, And, with nothing else to do, I take a little nap myself!" The Arizon...

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. — 14 December 1889

M 5S SxAir"6 m f CONSOLIDATED 1882. THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 18S9. NUMBER 18. PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY by John Michell, Editor akd Proprietor. TTTRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. llm?Io oopy. one year , .., ??' BiuKle copy al months. ,- ar-Tenns strictly fa advance 1.00 fc mered at the Pmtoflo at The DaUe,.,a,Send Hum Jlatier jot itowjww LIST OF STATE AND COUHTY OFFICIALS. Corernor .. Secretary of State, ...8. Pennover .G.W.McBride Treasurer ....Geo. W.Webb SuperintendenYo o . i ' ti l Lt V,..ll Senators. I j. B. Mitchell .. B. Hermann Congressman S tale Trinter. ; 1 COC5TK. . . . , Geo. Herbert Baerin............ ...... u Thnmnnii essnimu tij.b- Clerk """A Vl. Treasurer Commissioners, "(George A. Young 1 H. A. Leaveas Assessor R F Sharp Professional C rda. D B. J. G. BOYD. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. '1 be Dalles, Oregon. . Office Rooms S and 8, over Moody McLeod's store, corner M and Washington 8m. Residence North sido Fourth St, near Lincoln. Calls in city or country answered at a...

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. — 14 December 1889

SATTEDAY DECEMBER 14, 1889 JEFFERSON DAVIS. The public expressions of sorrow in the south over the death of Jeffer son Davis emphasizes the fact that they still have in their heart of hearts a slumbering fjrief for the fate of the Confederacy. The proclamations of governors and mayors bring into prom inence his career as chief of the treas onable attempt to sever the union of the states upon the basis of perpetu ating human slavery. Nothing is mentioned of Lis services upon the victorious battle fields of Mexico, or his claim to statesmanship as a United States senator and secretary of war; but their most eloquent eulogiums are given to him as the president of the so-called Confederate states of Ameri ca, or as the dead chieftain of the "lost cause." We have no bitter animosi ties toward those who fought in the ranks of the Confederacy.and honestly belieye with the surrender of Lee's army at Appomatox, every feeling of sectional hatred should be buried so deeply as to make it imposs...

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. — 14 December 1889

SATURDAY DECEMBER. 14. ltS9 BaUwajTlule Table of the O.K. A A. Co. The following Time Table is taken from the O. R. & H ln ' Ki-hmlule. nd in inteided- to bo . reliable table or reference by thou living ti a dis tance om the city: ABTWARD. Express No. t, arrives... Express No. 2, departs Kxpress No. 4, arrives Express lio. 4, departs... whsiwasd. Express No. 1, arrives Express No. 1. departs Express Ho. S, arrives Express No. 3, departs ..11:45 A.M .. 12:10 P.M .. 1:45 A.&1 .. 2:00 A.M ..12:30 A.M ..12:40 A.M .. S:30 P.M .. 2:WP.iI ITK31S IM UUIEF. From Wednesday's Daily. Mud! It froze quite hard last night. Arc lights not in operation yet. Mr. L C. Biohards of Centerville, Wash., is in the city. The next' will be the "YV fair for . cweet charity.! Yesterday snow fell to the depth of six inches in the Klickitat valley. Mrs. Marshall, daughter of Mr. Varney, is visiting her parents in this city. Mr. Henry Klindt returned last Thursday from a protracted visit in uermany. E. Ja...

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. — 14 December 1889

J The Lone Jtllzhwayman. - Klamath Star. Charley Slade, the driver of one of the Western Stage company's coaches threw up bis hands Monday night. At 30 min utes past 6, when it was dark, rainy, rtuddy and dismal, and the steaming horse were Bearing the Snackenbnrg sa loon and were within two miles of Shovel creek, their destination, where rest and bed, warmth and horse conyivality awaited tbem, a short, stout, young man emerged from the dripping brush and with a voice disguised by tbe suppression of a black cloth folded about tbe lower part ot his mouth, startled Charley with the command "Throw up your hands!" Tbe coach-luuip light was thrown sharply back from the steel barrel ot a 44 bull dog in tbe right hand of tbe lonely road agent, and in view of all the circumstan ces, Mr. Slade very quickly drew the con clusion that the best use lie could make of bis bands just then was to cast them heavenward and trust to luck. This be did having pulled up the horses. Inside the coach sat a ...

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. — 21 December 1889

BIOPJITAISEEB, Volume XXX TlJlEH-MOUSITAISiEEB, - vlxl PRINTED EVERY SATUBDAY -BY- John Michell, Eoitob akd Proprietor TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single copy, one yrar - Biugle copy six months 49-Terms strfctlv Id advance .2.0 . 1.00 Re ntered at the PottoJLce at The DalUt, Or., o Seamd CUin Matter Jar irarumunvn wrv - UST OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. Governor Secretary of State Treasurer Superintendent of Senators Congressman .. '. . . Bute l'rinter 8. Pennover G.W.McBride ' '..'." "V.V. ...... . .Geo. W. Webb Public instruction.. E. P.McElroy I J. N. Dolpii i. H. Mitchell B. Hermann ' .". Frank Baker Sheriff Clerk Treasurer Commissioners.. Assessor , Surveyor Superintendent of Coroner .... Geo. Herbert ' i. H. Thompson Geo. Kuch I George A. Young- 1 H. A. Leavens H. Gourlay B.F. Sharp PubUe School'.... A. C. Connelly William Micneii, Professional C rds. D K. J. Q. BOYD. PHVSirfAN AND SURGEON. 'Ihe Dalles, Oregon Office Rooms 6 and 6. over Moody & HcLeod'i store, corner 2d and Wa...

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. — 21 December 1889

C20 SATURDAY DECKMBKR 21, 1889 CRIME AS A PRINCIPLE. Is the moral sense of the world wid ening or changing in the sense that the Ten Commandment a will in time cease to be the general rule of human action? asks the San Francisco Chronicle. The socialists, or at least a part of them, in Germany, Italy and Russia, have practically held for a long time the theory that, in spite of the scrip tural prohibition, they have a right to kill those who stand in the way of the execution of their plans, to wit, their rulers. A fragment of the Clan-na- Gael soes even further than this, xwo thousand rears ago one Brutus and certain of his companions propounded in the name of liberty a similar theory, which they emphasized by an act of violence, but at that epoch the Ten Commandments had not been formu lated except in Hebrew. The example of Brutus found few imitators until modern times, though the right to kill ' those whom thev (bought were acting contrary to the interests of the church was arroga...

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. — 21 December 1889

m 98 SATURDAY DKCEMBKR 21, 1889 BaUwajrTime Table of the O.U.A S. Co The following Time Table la taken from the 0. B. N. 0o.' Schedule, and ia in tended to be a reliable table or reference by thoae hying- at a die- a&nce om uie oity: AnVARD. EjLUiew No. t, amrea...... 11:45 A.M Expren So. 2, departs 110 P.M Express No. 4, arrives 1:45 A.M Express No. 4. departs fcOO A.U Express No. 1, arrives 12:30 A.M . J press No. l, departs iz:4u A.ai Express No. 8, arrives 2:30 P.M Express No. &, departs 2:40 P.M ITEX9 IX BUIF.F. From Wednesday's Dally. Mr. L. W. MiltoD, of the Oregon Staals . Zcaung, is in the city. The charity fair commences this evening ut ine new armory. What is the matter with the toboggan suo.6; un i it oe nsea; f Mr. John S. Schenck, of the Firet N tional bank, is in Seattle. Mr. W. S. Graham, who has been absent for some weeks, letamed last Monday. Mr. W P. Covillaud leaves to-night for juarysvuie, wnere he will . remain tome weeks. A few heavy flakes. of snow 'f...

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. — 21 December 1889

1ECEB2. There is a tingle in the air, The clouds are banging low, And slowly, silently thero fall The fleecy flakes of snow. Old Winter lights his signal fires In sunset's bloody red, The schoolma'am takes a flat-iron hot As company to bed. Down in Ihe vale the darkling brook Is held in icy thrall, The wise old turkey, from this day, Declines to eat at all. tint, crowning glory of the month, That makes the time complete, Hark to the sizzle and the scent, That mark the first bnckwheat. The liiont. The Endinbun? Review. With tliis horrible instrument an ex pcricnccd executioner could insure the death of the victim in a very few strokes and when a sentence was passed ordering the lcfhcUon of a large number it was so perfectly understood what was intended that In audi ciises the executioner was frequently bribed by the culprit or his friends to exert his whole art so as the more quickly to release him from the torture. So, again, when the Emperor Nicholas, anxious to clear bis countrv f...

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. — 28 December 1889

IIOUSTAIXBEK, Volume XXX TlIlE-aiOUTAIXEKIt, - VIII THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1889. CONSOLIDATED 1SS2. NUMBER 20.- PBINTED EVERY SATUKDAY BY John Michell, Editor and Proprietor TERMS OF SU3SCKIPTIOX, Single copy, one year bingle copy si months 47-Tenns strlctlv in advance ,.2.0 .. 1.00 iv ,A at the PostoMee at The Daiiet. Or., as Second Ulant iTattrr or traiumuuion through tlte mailt. LIST OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. Governor S.Pennover Secretary of Stole ,"";.?.n? Trun.r Ceo. W. Webb Superintendent of Public Instruction. .E. P.JIcElroy j J. N. Polpn Senators Mitchell Congressman State rrinter ' rnriTT. B. Hermann Frank Baker Sheriff '?eHerbcrt - Clerk... ..U H.Tbomuson Treasurer Commissioners Assessor 8urveyor Superintendent of Public School Coroner ....Geo. Kuch I George A. Young 1 U. A. Leavens 11. Gourlay E. F. Sharp ... A. C. Connelly ..William Micheu, Professional C rds. D R. J. G. BOYD. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. a he Dalles, Oregon, Office Rooms 5 and 6. over...

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. — 28 December 1889

SATURDAY. DECEMBER iS, 1889 NOT ABOVE CRITIC IS 31. The Dalles Times Mountaineer . Bays: "The supreme court has decided on appeal that Sandy Olds, convicted of murder, should have a new trial, and we see so rue of the papers of the state crkicisingnthe decision. We do not consider this by any means fair journalism." The opinions of the su preme court are not above examina tion or beyond criticism. Every pub lic utterance by a public officer is, under our system, open to examina tion and criticism by press and people. But the Times-Mountaineer says: "Every unfavorable criticism of the judgment of the higher court implies that Sandy Olds is guilty of murder and should be hanged." With threat pertinence it might be asked, who that knows anything about the case doubts that he is guilty and should be hanged? Who. that is to sar. except a sans of gamblers in Portland, a portion of the police force of the city, and two or lit... 1 . . ni nn.n rt tt,A aIhoo irlin fnr money, can always be 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. — 28 December 1889

SATURDAY. DECEMBER 28. 1889 Hallway TimeTabie 01 UeU.K.AN.Co. The following Time Table is taken from the O. R- N. Co.'s Schedule, and is intended to be a reliable table or reference by those living at a dis tance om the city: abtwabs. Express No. 2, arrives 11:A.M Express No. 2. departs 12:10 P.M Express No. , arrives 1:45 A. M Express No. t. denartti &00 A.M VsBIWABD. Express No. 1. arrives 12:30 A.M Express No. 1. departs 12:40 A.M Eidrm No. S. arrives 2:S0 P.M Express No. s, departs i:40 P.M J ITEJIM I! ItKlEr. From Thursday's Daily. Sleighing is fair. Christmas day is past. Mr. W. 6. Wood worth is spending the holidays with his parents. Air. Heppner and wife, of Janean, Alaska, are visiting relatives in the city. Mr. Davis, father of Mr. Ray Davis, of Vermont, is visiting bis son in this city. Mr. W. L. Bradb-haw and wife left last Monday on a visit to his old home in Yam hill ccunty. Mr. John Marshall, of Portland, is spend" ing the Christinan holidays with bis sister, Mrs....

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. — 28 December 1889

TO- Viae r,iti.e Mm t icu Smiles. Of what bus fair to become one of the best n ines in tie Coeur d'Alene country, tbe Helena Journal tells the following story : Fito short weeks ago John M. Smith, tbe mate owner of the mine did not have a dollar nor a place to lay bio bead, bat some one would occasionally give him a square meal for no one was ever known to go hungry in a mining camp. Tbe lucky glow of fortune that now smiles upon this poor deaf mate has changed his appearance. Tbe other day be wrote on a piece of paper, "No flies on me now V and started for tbe best strike of tbe season with a pick and shovel on bis back. Haskins, Pulse and Fjnley have liondcd tbe mine fcr $10,000. Last winter when a scribe came to Mallen, Smith, or the "dummy," as he was called, was trving to fret some one to give him a grab stake. He did not intend to look for silver or lead, thinking it required too much time and labor to develope that kind of a mine. He was after gold and nothing e'se. Tbe snow ...

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. — 4 January 1890

CO r - y- nOCSTAISKER, Volume XXX TlSEH-aOt'STAISEEB, VIII CONSOLIDATED 1882. THE DALLES, OKEGOST, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1890. NUMBER 21. PEINTED EVERY SATURDAY BY John Michell, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single oopy, one year Eiugle copy si months syTenns strict It Id advance ,2.0 . 1.00 K ntered at the Pottoffiee at The Dalles, Or., at Second C'uus Matter or trarumueion through the mailt. , LIST OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. Governor . 8. Pennover Secretary of State G.W. McBride Treasurer Geo. W. Webb Superintendent of Public Instruction. .E. P..HcElroy - . ( J. N. Doiph Senators i J. H. Mitchell nmnMnnui - B. Hermann State Trinter Frank Baker COVXTV. Sheriff Geo. Herbert Clet k li.H. Thompson TrMtnrf Geo. Kuch . I George A. Young ""luu' ' mv ........ ........ j 21. A. Leavens Assesso H.Courlay 8urvev E. F. Sharp Buperi 4 i of Public School .... A. C. Connelly Corone. ...... William Michell. ProewflionoJ C rds. TVR. J. Q. BOYD. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. i be Dalles...

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. — 4 January 1890

On - - .JANUARY 4. 1890 PROTECTION NOT PROHIBITION. There may le protection which amounts to prohibition, or there may be absolute free-trade. Neither ex treme is followed by any country to day, or perhaps ever will. Great Britain is the nearest free-trade of any nation, and yet she derives considera ble revenue from a tariff on i-iiports. The American policy is in favor of protection, and yet there are many articles on the ' free list. It requires wisdom and a nice discrimination "to frame a tariff bill, and we doubt if either party could form one that would be satisfactory to the two polit ical naxtiea in this country. The Mills bill of the last session was particularly objectionable, because it placed pro ductions in the north such as wool, iron, etc., industries winch wen susceptible of great development, on the free list, and re tained nearly the' full duty on sugar, which Was produced only in two or three southern states, and then not in sufficient quantity to supply the Iocs ...

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. — 4 January 1890

SATURDAY...... JANUARY 4, 1890 Hallway Time Table of the O.K. at. Co. The following Time Table Is taken from the O. R. ft N. Co.'s Schedule, end is intended to be a reliable tails or reference l-y t!i Uvin .1 a dis- lams em the city: Express No. S, smves .' Kvpress No. i, depart Express So. 4, arrives Express Ho., departs WIS1WABD. .11:4.'. A.M .ia:iu P.M . 1:45 A. II . 2:00 A.M Express No. 1, arrives. . . lepras No. 1, departs .. Express No. 3, arrive... Express No. 3, departs .. .12:30 A.M .12:40 A.M . 2:30 P.M . 2:40 P.M ITEMS 131 BRIEF. From Thursday's Daily. . Winter with its snow. The river is closed by floating ice. The new year came in very quietly. Revival meetings are being held in Prioe ville. A boat two inches of snow fe'l last even ing. The mercury was down to 10 above Ztro - last night. The mercnrjrWicated 26 degrees above zero yesterday. The January Harper's on sale at M. T. Nolan's news depot. Hon. E. L. Smith, of Hood River, was in the city yesterday. The snow in Wa...

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. — 4 January 1890

A Dmel Ts TMe E euth. A duel which occasioned a great sensa tion at the time of its occurrence was one between Henri Delagrare and Alphonse Riviere, the cause being the success of the former in wooing a young lady to . whom they were both attached. Riviere insulted his. successful rival by slapping him on the cheek in a gambling saloon, and it was agreed that a duel should take place, in which the life of one should be ended. The details were left to their ' seconds to arrange and until they faced one another upon the field, neither knew in what form tbey were to braye death. The following morning fonr men met in a quiet wood. They were Riviere, with . 31. Savalle, bis second, and Delagrave, who was accompanied by a doctor named Rocquet. The latter informed the rivals that M. Savalle and himself had arrived at the decision that in order to secure a fatal result to one of the principals, it would be best to leave out the question of swords or pistols and trust to the more sure action...

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. — 11 January 1890

CO Wkt BIOPSTAISEEB, VleXXX XlHBS-MOUaiTAiaiEEH, - VIII THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1890. CONSOLIDATED 1882. NUMBER 22. h J. PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY John micueu, editor akd pkcprietoh. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single copy, one year.... , 2"?J Eiugl copy Mi montus.... SS-Tenus Btrictlv in advance 1.00 k-nfmtd at the Pottatfi.ee at The Dalle, Or., at Second Can Matter for trantmurion through the mailt. LlSf OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. " Governor S. Pennover Secretary of State O. W. McBnde Treasurer Geo-W. w eDb Superintendent of Public Instruction.. K. P. McEIroy Senators J.' H. Mitchell n.ii,i ... B. Hermann State Printer Frank Baker 'it:tv. Fherlfl. ...... Geo. Herbert Clerk U.Th.nipson Treasurer... .' Ho. Kuch J George A. Young Commit timers u. a. Leaveiu Assessor . ". H Gourlay Surveyor E. F. Sharp Bunerint lieDl ol Public School .... A. C. Couneily Coroner : William Micbell. Professional C rds. D B. J. G. BOTD. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. i he Dalles, Oregon. Office Room...

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. — 11 January 1890

..JANUARY 11. 1890 U00D 11 E LPS THOSE," ETC. "God helps those who help them selves" is an old saying, and its truth fulness has been verified a thousand times. It requires the elements of anything in this world, and these must be inherent in the individual. His tory abounds, .with- examples of ob- t(nnlaa I u. i n finrmnnntnl l.w i hf Cv- crcise of pluck, and of men carving out for themselves a most successful career under the mast adverse circumstances. A community or a city is simply an aggregation of individuals, and what is true of the component parts is also true of the aggregated whole. How ' eyer advantageously a town may be situated, without the exercise of these qualities, its situation will benefit but little. And even without natural advantages a town can impel its own growth -by a liberal expenditure of capital in. opening up channels of trade and utilizing and developing natural resource's. During the last few years there have been striking ex aroples of the truthfulne...

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. — 11 January 1890

- r SATURDAY. .JANUARY 11, 1890 Railway 1 itaeTatiie or the O.K. A K.Co. The follow Time Table is taken from the O. R. jj. Co. .-xtfieuuie, at hi ut nitt-'iueu to ue : rf-liebie ut: - -ir rticrcnce thoeu living; at a nV tanca om tne city: I . ABTWAKB-. fcxpress No. S, arrives 11:45 A M 1 sprees o: S, departs 12:10 l'.M LxDrers No. 4. arrive 1:45 A.il 1 xuraee No. . I'eparta 2:00 A. 11 Express Ko. 1, arrive. .... 'jtprvss No. 1, departs .... txew No. S, arrive luipres No. S, deparu .... ..12:30 A.M ..12:40 AM .. 30 P.U .. 2:40 t il ITKHtt f W BBIEK. From V. euucnlav's Daily. Jndge Bild is sick with pneumonia Ice cutting and packing is now the order .of the day. . - ' The thermometer was down to 5 degree below zero last night . The toboggan slide is the fashionable binlevarde ot The Dalies. Dr. Boyd is confined to his residence by ' a seyere attack ot pnenmonir. Wood sawyers are scarce, and those hay log wood bad it didicalt to get it sawed. The la grippe has struck The Dalles and man...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
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