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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 30 December 1893

The Times-Moiintaineer SATURDAY.. DECEMBER 30. 1893 THE TWO TARIFF REPORTS. The difference between the reports made by the minority and the majority of members of the waye and means committee concerning the Wilson tar iff bill is great, savs the Inter Ocean The .report f the majority was, in its greater part, an essay in defense of the theories of the antique classical school of European economists. It bad little to aay as to what the effects of the bill that it commended to congress would be n Don the trade and commerce of ' the country, taking its past commer- v cial history as a standard of measure, and much to say as to what its effect would be provided that cei tain theories and dogmas of the classical school should be found applicable to Anaeri can conditions. It was a theorist's de fense of a theoretical bill The report of the minority bears upon the conditions, not upon the the ories, of trade, commerce, arts, manu factures and agriculture, and upon the relations of past and...

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 December 1893

The Times-Monntaineer SATURDAY ....... DECEMBER 30, 1893 ITEMS JN BRIEF From Wednesday's Dailr. Mr. G. W. "Wells, of Portland, is in the city. . Four more days and 1893 jsill hare been nnmbered with the past. Dr. Geisendorfer, of Arlington, is reg istered ai me umaima nouse. MUs Gertrude Meyer, of Portland, is ' ipenuing toe nonaaya in tne city. Mr. A. MacLeod, of Portland, arrired in we cuy on me anernoon train. Mr. C R. Miller, of the Monumental mine, is registered at the Umatilla House. - Mr. P. Sinnott, of Portland, is the guest ui nis nroiner, coi. sinnott, ot tbe Uma una juouse. The city should improve the squares along Second street; but so far nothing uob ueeu uone in mis regara. Aiieut. is. k. Benjamin, agent at the Warm Springs Indian reservation, is reg- Mwiwi at uie umaiwa raonse. Marriage licenses were granted yesterday to Poster Window sod Etfie E. Thompson, and also to John W. Agres and Almira xums. Miss Booth, teacher of the kindergarten m tliis city, left on the Reg...

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 December 1893

CM A PICTURE. - Grandfather in his broadcloth goes To hear the parson's Sunday prose. He sleeps the sermon safely through, ' Behind his pillar, out of view. , - For never dangerous doctrine ran From Parson Tom: he know s his man. And feeling his salvation sr.ro He points the morals with a snore. Whereat, with giggles, all the girls Do shake their rows of dancing curls. " Here is the flame of youne romance Oft nourished by a subtle glance. And Cupid lifts beneath the rose Of Dame Theology the rose That quivers on Clarinda's heart Responsive to the looks that dart, Whence Collin, tired of parables. The herdsmen's quarrel at the wells. Contents him with the lovely shape That glances through Clarinda's cape. Among the boys some bench is cut. Or one essays the traitor nut - That pops, whereat, with cheeks aflame, . The kernel's fumbled in his shame. And rolling underneath a pew : Is out of reach, bat still in view. And through the marble, nnt and knife Lot's wife, and yet again Lot's wif...

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 January 1894

c ' " THE DALLES, OHEGOjS1, SATURDAY. JANUARY 0, 1S94. HeiiSTAIVRKK, Valine XXIT xiTC0NSOLIDATED 1882. NUMBER 22 tHIES-JIOl STAISEEB. V n It. : rv - 1. PBINTED EVERY SATURDAY - BY-"- John Michell, Editor and Proprietor TEKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. I 6 copy, one year 1 1; o copy six months... ..2.0t .. 1.0C M-Terms strictly in advance. Entered at the Patofice at The Ballet, Or econd Claet Matter far tratumution through the mail. LIST GF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. Governor.. .'. S. Pennover Secretary of State ..G.W.McBride Treasurer Phillip Metschan Superintendent of Public Instruct! on . . E. 11. McElroy (J. N. Dolpll Senators 1 J. H. Mitchell Congressman, first district..... B. Hermann second district..., "A". K. Ellis state Trinter .' Frank Baker ... CUCSTt. County Judge George B'ake y Sheritt :.T. A. Ward Clerk J. n.Crosscn Treasurer , Wn. Michell Commissioner J-s. Parnielle Assessor ...... J- W. K.H.ntz 8urveyor E. F. Sharp Superintendent of Public Schools . Troy Mieuey Coroner , . .N...

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 January 1894

I The Times-Mountaineer 8ATUKDAY JANUARY 6. 1894 DEMOCRACY TO THE DREGS. The eight uninterrupted years of Democracy under Jackson brought on the panic of 1837, and the other eight years of uninterrupted Democracy, - 1S52 to 1860, brought on the panic of . 1857-58, culminating in secession. In both cases the hard times were the re sult of a tariff built on the free-trade plan and a pernicious monetary policy. 'In 1837 there was a destructive con . , traction of the currency, in 1858 there - was a wild-cat expansion. In this connection a leading Repub lican paper says: Twice io its history has the country drained the cup of - Democracy to its dregs. Must it do 30 once morel .There is no little dan ger of it. The Wilson bill, which is really the nearest a free trade measure of any general bill ever introduced in congress, seems sure to pass with some incidental amendments. Latest ad . vices indicate that the ad valorem feature, with its premium on under ... valuation frauds, will be so...

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 January 1894

The Times-MonntaiReer SATURDAY. .......JANUARY 6 - S94, ITEMS IN BKIEK . From Wednesday's Daily. County court is io session. -' La grippe Is prevailing at Antelope. Freight trains came from the east this morning with the cars covered with snow. Misses Ursula and lone Rnch returned on the boat last evening from a s hort visit In Portland. . . : There were three inches of snow tt( Pendleton last night, but n.arer The Dalles there was none. Miss Anna Herons wis passenger on (he noon train fioin Portland, jind mil make thia ber future homo. Mr. and Mrs. Hislop, of Taconia, "Wash t are visiting their daughter, Mrs. . Jacobsen, of this city. Mr. and Mrs. H. McFarland were pas sengers on the train last night from Hood River. They are en route to Heppner, their present residence. The man Cummings who was shot rear the Locks Monday morning died the fol lowing day. Hull has been held without bonds to await the action of the grand jury- Another young man residing in Wash ington was mistaken lo...

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 January 1894

THE DOG AT THE STATION. An Illustration of How lasting the Affec tion of a Canine May Be. i "An instance of animal affection came to my notice two years ago,' -" said Aciuilla Fleischman; instructor of physics in the University of Kan sas. "It was on the occasion of Pres ident Jordan's leaving the state uni- versity of Indiana, where I was then ; a student, to assume the presidency . of the Leland Stanford university at '.. Pasadena, CaL : While president of the Indiana university Dr. Jordan se cured a fine St. Bernard pup and took good care to raise it properly. The dog soon became proficient in many . ways under the tutelage of Dr. Jor- dan and seemed fairly to. worship its master. - Nightly the dog could be seen in the Uloomington postoffice waiting its turn when the mail for 7 the president would be" . handed out inclosed in a leathern pouch. With this pouch the dog would trot away toward the residence of the presi- ; dent, and woe to any ono who at tempted to bar its progress. ...

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 January 1894

r f ) : THE DALLES. OREGON. SATURDAY. JANUARY 13, 1894. NUMBER 23 uUllNTAIXKKlt, Volnrne XXX1T CONSOLIDATED 1882. riHM.Hni'VTAIF.KIt. " X. " " i ' . 'PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY . . '" BT JOHN MlCHELL, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. i eopy, one year . Lgeeopy alx months. ....... ......... AS-Terms strictly in aavam-e. bi.a nt Ou, Pottonet at The Daliet. Or econd Clast Matter for tranrmittion (ArouyA the matt. LIST OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. OovMTior ......S. Pennoyer SZiiiuto G.W.McBride Treasurer Pnulip Metscban Superintendent of Public Instruction. .fc. B. jJ Senators.... J.'H.Mitciteli Congressman, first district... .... B. Hermann A'. H. fc.UU Frank Baker Btate Frinter. COUSTY. County Judge Snerili st Clerk . . Treasurer .'. Commissioner. Assessor.... Surveyor ' Superintendent of Public Schools. Coroner.. ,'. George B'ake y ......T. A. Vvni ....J. B.Crussen Will. HicbeL ...Jjs. jjarnidk. ...J. W. EixhiU .... E. F. Sbart .... .Troy f ncuej .N. M. iuutwvuu Professiona...

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 January 1894

C21 The Times-Honntaineer SATURDAY.. JANUARY 13. 1894 DEMOCRACY. - Elsewhere in this issue we publish the resolutions adopted by the Demo cratic clubs in convention assembled in this city last evening, as these will very likely constitute the platform on which the Oregon Democracy will go before the people next June. It may be considered premature to map out a plan of campaign thua early; but these organizations, under proper manage ment, will shape the policy of the party to suit themselves. . Taking the preambles and resolu tions as a whole they are what might be expected of the Democracy under the present condition of affairs ex- istinz in the nation. Since the inau guration ef Mr. Cleveland the solid financial basis ef the nation has been subverted, and the. most distressing tines have -been experienced in the history of the country. The silver- purchase clause of the Sherman act has been repealed, and still there has not been the least revival of trade, or the reestablishment o...

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 January 1894

f1 7 The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY....... JANUARY 13. 1894 ITEMS IN BRIEF From Wednesday's Daily. Mr "W. J. Cantrell, of Tygb, is In town to day. A cbinook came oat of the west last . ' night, and to-day is calm and mild as spring. -. The young men have formed a new danc - ng club and will give a series of dances on ' Friday evenings in the Chrysanthemum hall. Prof. C. Leroy has changed bis Thursday class to Saturday, and will give the regulai soiree after the data from 9:30 to 12. Up to nnon to-day about fifty Chinamen bad been registered by Mr. Chamberlain, . and each one of these brought their pho tographs with him. Last evening at the regular meeting ol Mt Hood ctiinp, Woodmen of the World, there were eight initialed inlo the order, and thirteen applicants. This society i increasing in numbers very much during ; the last few months. The stockyards of R. E. Saltmarshe & Co., in this city, have done a good busi ness in the last few weeks in shipping - hogs to Portland. These ...

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 January 1894

ITEMS IN BRIEF From Saturday' Daily. ' Mr. Katie Roach lsft on the afternoon train on a visit to friends in Portland. There wu enough of the "congealed ele ment" for the small boy to snowball, and, consequently, he was happja Mr. C S. Miller, of the Monumental mine, Ant county, returned yesterday from a snort visit to Portland. Kev. A. LeRov will deliver an address to morrow afternoon in the court honse. He is described as an eloquent speaker. - There was one sleigh in town from the country this moraine: but it did not have a smooth, icy surface to glide over. Mr. James Cartwrigbt, of Hay Creek, a on of Hon. C. M. Cartwrigbt, is in town to-day en route to the midwinter fair in San Francisco. District Attorney Wilson and Hon. E. B. Dntur returned Ircm Moro this mormon, where they have been engaged for two days past taking testimony in a referee suit. . ' .. The Columbia Packing Co. received 200 fat hogs to-day from Klickitat county They were in excellent condition, and will make fine...

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 January 1894

C ' -27 n THE DALLES. OIIEGON, SATURDAY. JANUARY 20. 1894. NUMBER 24 1882- 3 lit! 3Bi UA.. til II If El Fl ri M 111 Hi 111 S II U III !L tr Ely 51 L . PRINTED EVEKY SATUBDAY Jon. Michell, Editor and Proprietor TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. mecopy. one Tear Mtiv ids. mootlu i .............. 'W- VTenns strictly " advance. Entered at the Pottojflce at The Dalles, Or earn Clou Matter for (raiunuinm wrouyn imo mu. LIST OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. Governor Secretary of .State ...... S. Peonoyer ,...G.W. HcBride Treasurer, , Phillip Metacnan Superintendent of Public Instruction., E. li. McElroy J J. N. Dolpb Senators. i H. MitvheU Conflrressman. first district . B. Hermann " aecoud district... gtate Printer - - - COUKTlt. ,...'h' . K. tilit .. Frank Baker County Judge SfieriU -., Clerk. Treasurer Commissioner Assessor.... Surveyor .... George B'ake y T. A. Ward .......J. B.Crosseu Win. Michel ...... J as. Darniellu ......J. W. Kouiiu E. F. Shari, Superintendent of Public Schools. . . Troy Mieu...

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 January 1894

The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY JANUARY 20. 189 BRANCH ASYLUM. The Oregonian, in its Saturday's is sue, lays editorially that it i opposed to the erection of a branch aaylum for the insane im Eastern Oregon or of a aoldier'a home in Somthern Oregon, or - either of these or other public institu tion in any place except at the seat of government, as provided in the state constitution. Our esteemed cotempo rary assigns as the reason for its course that it would be a "waste of money in maintaining the official corps of double " establishments" for the insane, and re . yarding the soldier's home, that there is such a home in Southern California, and "old seldiers may be conveyed there either by the state or the United States." These objections might have been considered pertinent if they had been advanced at the time the bills were before the legislature; but since . the measures have become laws tbey are very irrelevant. A change of climate has been con sidered of the greatest importance...

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 January 1894

The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY. .JANUARY 20, "894 ITEMS IN BRIEF Frcm Wednesday's Dai!v. Mrs, Agnes Power lets on tl.e aftero m train fur rurtlami. Tbe Columbia has rose several feet during tbe past few days. ML Hood Camp, Woodmen of the World, initiated four candidates at tbeir regular meeting last night. Tbe afternoon train from Portland was few minutes late to-day; but the 2 o'clock passenger for Portland left on time. The reMirrfsr was cot disturbed in his slumbers last night, and as no arrests were uiaue db jieiu uu'imoiTicno iun morning. Robberies and "hold-ups" are becom - ine auite frequent, and tbe first inquiry in tbe moraine hereafter will be, 'Who was rooDea last nigni- r Tbe news flashed over the wires this af ternoon that the site had been selected for tbe branch asylum far the insane by ibe commissioners, and tbe choice bad lalien on the hot spring in Union county, near La Grande. Since tbe snow fall and cold weather a number si cattle, wbose owners are un known, pera...

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 January 1894

TV Mi The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY JANUARY 20. 1894 A MOCKERY OF JACKS0NI8M. The Young men's Democratic Asso ciation of Philadelphia resolved to honor tne memory of Andrew Jackson by a banquet on the night of tLe an niversary ef bis victory at New Or leans. The young men invited several old stagers and some new careerers to talk to them, says an exchange. James H. Eckels, comptroller of the cur rency, was of the new careerers. The bow careerers of the Democratic party have not much " use for Jackson. Jackson was a protectionist; . they are free traders. Jackson was Demo crat in the widest sense of the weird; Cleveland, who is the adored of the new careerers.is a monarch aping pres ident Wherefore, Mr. - James H. EckeU dodged the cause of the ban quet by these sentences: , '- "To night in many cities Democrats are sounding the praises of Andrew Jackson, and let us, too, add our full meed of praise; but in doing so let us remember his achievements are of the past, and are net moving...

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 January 1894

i 1 J v JlOUNTAIXEeU, Viluae XMIT t -i i.OU.mlIEEB, 9LII PRINTED EVEEY SATUBDAY John Michell, Editor and Proprietor TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ng-e copy, one yr . . . . ige copy six months. .,..$2.W .... l.w. A3-Terms strictly in advance. Rnirrcd at tht PatcMcc at The DalUt, Or tamd . Clots Matter for tranmittim through tht mail. LIST OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. tw.mr.r 8 . Pennoyei Secretarv of State O. W.MctfriUt Praunnar Phulip Metucllal Superintendent of Public Instruction... t, 11. Ktlro I J. N. Dolpli Senators 1 J. H. Miicou Congressman, first district B. Hermano secooa uistrict...... .. . ."A". K. fcilu gute rrinter.. Frank Baku I Coaoty Judge. Snerut , Clerk...-. Treasurer Commissioner.. CVCHTY. ... Geoiye B ake j T. A. ru 1. B.Croe-ei. ..... Wn. Michei. ....Jas. Darmeik ....J. W. Koonu" Surveyor..... . Superintendent ol Public Schools, Coroner,. ..... E. F. Shari ......Troy f-belie ,..N. M. tastwouu Professional Cards. J. BUTHKrlLAND, M. I., C. M. Physician and Surgeon, Boom...

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 January 1894

1894 POLITICAL PROSPECTS. The outlook for a sweeping Repub lican victory next Jane in Oregon is ery bright, and if the ticket is not elected by the largest majority ever known very many will be "mistaken. For a long time the state has been strongly "Republican, and the past year's experience with Democracy and Democratic mistakes should greatly add te its strength. Not only the con gressional, bat artry candidate on the state and county tickets should be elected, and this can be accomplished if Republicans act in harmony and not neutralize their strength by fac tional fights among themselves. With the federal patronage of Oregon un der control of the administration, De mocracy may attempt a brave fight to make a showing for the party; but this will be futile with a united Republican organization. There may even be an effort to coalesce with the Populists as there was in 1892 and by this meaaa snatch viotorv from the jaws of defeat; bat such tactics may not be any aearer successful t...

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 January 1894

Tbe Times-Mountaineer 8ATUKDAY JANUARY 27. 1894. ITFMS IN BRIEF Iv' from Wednesday's Dally. The Pendleton Triiase desire a cbinook, : which will come in good time. January 11 rapidly neanng its close, and tbe Columbia has been tree from ice SO far. Spokane saloons arc feeding 600 of that city's idle men. One saloon alone is feeding 800. Tbe sheriff will leave this morning to summon a jury for tbe February term of the circuit court in this county. - Tbe re viral meetings still continue at tbe Methedist churcb, and a good degree or religious interest is manitesteu. There are vety lew people from the country in the city. The roads are in such a condition that they are almost impassable Preparations for tbe coming political contest in June are being made,and many of our exchanges are malting up slates. Preger Bros., a Urge mercantile firm 3i Portland, and heretofore doing a very pros perous business, bave assigned for the bene fit of their creditors. Several of our citizens took advanta...

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 January 1894

The Times-Mountaineer 8ATUBDAY.. JANUARY 27. 1894 TARRIFF IN THE SOUTH Talkincr to a reoresentative of the o Loaisville Commercial, Governor Mc Kinley discloses one of the most l jectional characteristics of the Wil son bill. It is a moasare partial to the south not to the south that is pro gresaivw and that is in touch with the movements of to-day and full of am bition for the future, but to the old "be fore-ths-war" south, the sleepy soutb the lie-atill-and-do-nothing south. It fovors the great rice planter by liberal protection to his products, it giVes-th great cotton planter the boon of free ties though this may be of doubtful value it protects all the planting an cheap labor, and cheap food demand' ing interests of the south, at the ex pease of the northern farmer and man ufacturer, but it protects them also at the cost of the grain and meat pro ducer, and of the mine owner, and of the iron worker, and of the lumberman of the south. Had it been framed specifically for the purp...

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 February 1894

JeOUSTAIXBrtlt. Volume XXX. IV 'UNCONSOLIDATED 1882. THE DALLES. OREGON, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 1894 NUMBER 26 rl I..- .f tTAIXEExt. " X PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY by Jjhh Michell, Editor and Proprietor TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. are copy, nj copy one year.... six mouths.. .. UK, SVTerms strictly in advance. Rntrd at the Poitolhce at The Dalits, Or eama Clou Matter for transmission (Arvuja lite viatU. LIST OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. nrr.,.r S. Pennovei KrU.rv at atate U. W. MeJSrUH Pliulip Ueuciuii Superintendent of Public Instruction.. K. li.llcEira j J. S. Doipi. oeuaiurs J.H. Miunu, Congressman .first district ........ second district State rrinter COOST1. County J udge Buarin Cleric Treasurer Commissioner Assessor Borreyur superintendent of Public Schools. Coroner ............ . i). MerniHlu , Frank luk.j , George Blake J. A. ru ,.J. B.Crosse, ... Win. Aliche; ...Jan. ilnrnieii. . ..J. W'e Kooui E. F. Shart, ... Troy .-bcue., .N. M. Eastwow,, Proiiaa atonal C ttrda. J. SUTHERLAND, M....

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