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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 14 April 1894

The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY.. APK1L H, 1894 . ;""0 LOCAL IMPORTANCE The Nicaragua canal is brought, into prominent by tbe troubles that have recently happened on the Mosquito coast, and to which place the ill-fated Kearsage was bound , when she was wrecked. That country is situated n,ar the entrance of the canal, and it became necessary for the TJuited States to protect her interests in that regard. It is rery probable that ene of the fleet in the harbor of Rio will be or dered to proceed there immediately under the command of Admiral Ben- ham, and that no interference will be permitted either by revolutionists in the surrounding countries or from foreign powers. The importance of direct -rater : communication with the east, by means .of this canal, is not fully appreciated by the people of this coast Exports of fish, grain, wool and fruit from the states bordering on the western ocean are assuming great magnitude, and anv moans ho wh.p.h frpiaht rates can be cheapened will be di...

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 April 1894

Tie Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY APRIL 14, '.894 ITEMS IN BRIEF. from Wednesday's Dailr. Mr. I). C. Herrin has returned to The Dalles, and will again carry on the phot ograph business at his gallery over the postotfice. There is a lefer addressed to Mr. Cbr. - Kichter care ot F. Leuike, which the lat ter has had in his pos sessiou Tor some . time. Air. Hichler can have the letter by calling on Mr. Lemke or sending his d dress. Among those in attendance on the state horticultural society meeting in this city are C J. Kurtz, of Salem ; M ' 'Williamson, of the Rural Avrthwent. - Portland ; S. A. Clarke , R. D. Allen, of fciilverton and A. .brown ot iugene. ' The members of the state horticult ural Bociety were driven in carriages to the different orchards in the vicinity of The Dalles this morning. They had a Very pleasant trip.and expressed sur- , prise at the progress fruit culture bad ' vmade in this vicinity. The farmers of the Palouae valley, Idaho, who are unable to pay the interes...

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 April 1894

tf The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY APRIL 14,1894 THE DISPENSARY LAW. The attempts to enforce what ia known aa the dispensary law in South Carolina have led to serisas complica tions, to riot and bloodshed, and even to the loss of human life. A collision occurred at Darlington last Friday afternoon between th officers Of the dispensary system and the citizens of the town, in which two citizens and two officers were killed and a number " seriously wounded. At once Governor Tillman ordered but the militia, but officers and men refused to obey his orders, and the whole state is in an uproar. " '-- As is probably known to most of our readers, the dispensary law takes the selling of liquor of all kinds out of the hands of individuals and ' turns it over to state dispensaries, says the San Francisco Chronicle. This, in it self, might be excused, if not defended, but tha law goes much farther and makes it an offence for a citizen to keep or have liquor in his house. The state constabulary th...

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 April 1894

I " ' 1 " I r itttlj XTAISE1K, Volume 3C3T - WRnj TTjimTj OM rsMKS-UOsJ.TAlESB. " X.I1J --m BBBwawBBSBBBBBwaBBBwawawawawj. ; ; . .. . . I ew. tv.-. -l . - ,.- . u ..-I FROM TERMINAL OK 1N1ERIOR POINTS PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY BT John Michell, Editor and Proprietor TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. i.H-copy, i gr c-.pj efNr.... ............... - months....... r-Tenns strictlv lu aavanro. ...ft.Vl ... 1.0C xi a. Prv.li, Urn at The Dallet. Or eamd fiaw At attar for trantmiuion through the mailt. LIST OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. . : 8. Pennoyer Zi-ZZi afte O- W- McbriU, aduAiurs ............ J J.H. Miu.-bt.li ... B. Hermann ...'."A'. R KUis Congressman, first district second district gute rrinter ..... ' COFJHTa County Judge..'. . Sueria. ...... Clerk Treasurer CominUsioaei .-. Assessor Surveyor superintendent of Public Schools. Coroner...... ... Frank Baket . George Bake'y T. A. W ard ....J. B.Crueeu .... Wm. Michell ...Jae- Daruietl ...J. W. Konnta E. F. Shai jj Troy rnciwy Professional C rds. ...

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 April 1894

The Times-Mountaiiieer SATURDAY ...APRIL 21, 1894 THE FUTURE HOPEFUL. The business depression has contin ued so long, with so little if any in provenent, that people are losing cour age, and despair of anything better in the future. If the hard times had been the result of causes that had long been in operation it might be expected that business had reached its proper level, and that it would continue in this normal condition. Bat such are not the facts. - When President Har rison left the White House the country was in a prosperous condition, wages . were high, and laborers, had constant emolovment. - As soon as the Demo cratio administration was inaugurated the depression, began, and has con tinued ever since. 'i Capital became timorous, and manufacturers stopped purchasing raw material and in some instances closed their factories. This stopped the wheels of progress and spread distress over the country. Then, as a natural result, values depreciated and workmen, rendered desperate...

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 April 1894

The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY.. ..APRIL 21. 1894 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Wednesday's Daily. Fall grain is in better condition in tbis county than for a number of years past. Volunteer wheat is also in eood con dition. The Oreqonian of Portland, the Pol-f-telligeneerot Seattle and the Review of Hiwkane. the hree leading papers of their respective cities, are getting ready to put in type-setting or type-making machines iiKe inose nsen oy me ouiem Statesman. Mr. Geo. Nolin of Dufur, gave us a pleasant call today. The farmers in that locality are plowing and seeding, and more grain will be planted this sea on than last. Road? are in eood con dition, better than they have been at any time daring the se son. , "- The firemen on the Union Pacific night ; boat struck Sunday against a redaction in wages from f 40 to $35 per month, says the Attorian. Their places were promptly filled, and aside from the ercen hands Doming tnree or iour rtirua ui nww icr day more than the old hands.all is serene...

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 April 1894

Of J The Times-LIonntaineer SATURDAY. .: APRIL 21. 1894 When overruling demurrers judges of tea speak more , freely t than when giving rulings on the ultimate issues of causes, so that part of what J udge Gibbons says in the matter of the Spring Valley Coal Company may be considered as his opinion, of legal philosophy rather than his deoision upon a presentation, of law, says the Chicag4.t7Jier.0cea7i..JSeverthele88, it is.noteworthy - that - an s American judge should have spoken so plainly as Judge Uibbons has done, and it is quite probable that what he said will be approved by a majority of tbote who read his decision, and it is quite possible that his "obiter diota" on the principle of common law may be prog nostic, and that not very remotely, of statutorv enactments in limitation of the power' "of 'corporations to hold " property. . ' ". The noteworthy utterances of the judge are these : It is a question of seriouB moment whether the 'court might not, as a matter of law, declar...

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 April 1894

2X hountais bb. v.mm MX"! vive-nT m A rVT) 1 TIJIK-MOtISTAIJIKliK. " -!M - , awawaSW j . 1 PEXNTED EVERY SATURDAY BY John Michell, Editor and Proprietor TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. n.eopy, year.... ug . copy . months.... Sr-Tenns strictly Id advance. .IS.O l.Ot Krd nt A PeetoAcm at Th DaUtt. Or . tamd Clan MaUtr for tranmiuim througk the mailt. LIST OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. .Juveraor 8. Pennoyer Hecratarv of State G.W. McBnde Treasurer Phillip atetacbav Superintendent of Public Instruction . . E. B. McElroy J J. S. Dolph 1 J.N. mukw. .................. Congressman, flrst district secood district.. . gtata Printer cochtx. County Judge 1 J. H. Mitchell ... B. Hermann ....W. B Kllis ... Frank Baker .. George B'ake'y anuria...... Clark Treasurer CouuntaMonai. T. A. Ward ...l. B.Croesen Wm. Mlchell 1 ....Jss. Dsrnieile ....J. W. KoonU Borreyor Superintendent of Public Schools, Coroner R. F. 8barp .... Troy Micuey ..N.M. Eastwood Professional C -rds. J SUTHERLAND JM. C. M. : . - Physicia...

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 April 1894

The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY .APRIL 28, 1894 THE COMMONWBAL8.n A branch of the industrial army, sometimes called "commonweals," is in Portland, and the moaF difficult prob with the municipality is how w get rid of them.' The papers of the me tropolis say they are well behaved and peaceable. No drunkenness has been reported among them, and their lead en advise them to be law-abiding under all circumstances. This U to their credit, and will be a guaranty of safety to the cities through which they may pass. But the method they have adopted to redress the wrongs of which they complain, real or imaginary, will not he endorsed by all classes of the community. Until the last year ' laborer . have had constant employment, and have been bettei pud than, in any country on the face of the globe. By the er ' ercise of economy anyone in the United States could have saved some thing to last him through the hard times,, and it is very evident that tjie "commonweals" paid no at tention to the fut...

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 April 1894

The Tiies-Mountainer SATURDAY ......... APRIL 28. 1894 ITEMS IN BRIEF, From Wedneaiss Dally. Mr. P. Dorais, oi Wamic, came in town yesterday. Mr. a. Ii. rlibley, deputy U. S. marshal, of Feodietoo, is in the city. Mr. D. W. Bailey, a prominent lawyer of Pendleton, is in the city today. Mr. M. H. Nickelson, of Hood River, came to town on the afternoon train. The Columbia is still rising, and it it continues the tresuet will be a month earlier than in former years. The following deed was filed with the county clerk today : i P. Dorais to L. A. Sandoz; iw qr of ne qr and nw qr of se qr, sec 14, tp 4 s, r 11 e-ust; $200. . 1 be Columbia Packing Co. shipped a lot of bogs this morn ID? to the Cascade 'Locks. They were in fine condition, and - will furnish agreeable mastication lor I lie residents of that town. A large number of cattle lrom Crook county arriTea at the s'ockyads t It. E - tiallmarshe & Co. to-day. They consisted of two carloads, and will be sent this evening to Troutdal...

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 April 1894

Hi The Times-Mountaineer 8ATURDAY APRIL 28. 1894 LABOR TROUBLE. The strike on the Great Northern Railway, tjing up one ef the great - railway systems of the country and paralyzing business in several North- western' states, is a new order of labor trouble which we hope will not be come preTalent, says the Inter Ocean. It is not a contest between capital and labor, but a bitter rivalry between labor organizations. Ine . railroad is imply the victim of a warfare be , tween the confederated brotherhoods : which have represented all the classes of railway men in their dealings with the Great Northern, and the men- can Railway Union, a comparatively , new organization, which is ambitions to become the controlling power in all railway labor movements. . The Great Northern Railway Company proposed certain schedules, which were thor " onghly considered and approved and adopted by the grand officers of the brotherhoods of locomotive engineers . : and by antborized committees repre senting th...

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. — 5 May 1894

rO oiiNTAtsBKK. , :MIu PRINTED EVEEY SATURDAY BY Jjhn Michell, Editor and Proprietor TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ne copy, y ear . . . . np c-'Py months... .2.0 .. l. -Tenn strictlv in umet Via Matter for tranmuuum through the mailt. LIST OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. .8. Peunoyer rfiu::.. - u.w.McBrid. iLuuntoJ Public Instruction.. K. U, AlcElroy "' . W.S. Dolub Aeaaturs .-......--. Auurrtdnm'tn. first district . 1 J. H. HiicbeU B. Hermann " secoud district... g-.ate Printer cocht-: .. Fruik Baker Coanty Judge.... 8na-Ut Clerk.. - Treasurer Commmtouei. Assessor Surveyor Superintendent of Public Schools. Coroner.. ........ . George B ke y , T. A. Ward ....J. B.Crosnen ... I'm. Michell ...J- Daruieile J W. Ku .... E. F. Sharp . . Troy hcliey .N. M. kasMood Profes-tioniU C rds. J UTHEKLAND.lf. d., c. m. Physician and ..Surgeon, Du a and 4. Chapman Block. The Dalles, Ore. o. C. HOLL1STEB, Physician and Surgeon, Booms over Dalles National Bank. Offlee hours HAM. to l? M.,and from o P.M. Resi...

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. — 5 May 1894

The Tiles-Mountaineer SATURDAY MAY 5, 1894 COXETISM. The Industrial army have arrived in Washington, and are camped ou the outskirts of the city. . Different con ; tinpents of the same organisation are pressing forward as rapidly as possible, and their numbers are constantly in creasing;. It cannot be expected that these men will accomplish any resale - oj personally surrounding the capital and demanding the enactment of wr tain laws. It was an ill-advised move " ment from the begining, and if there had not been such publicity given to Gen. Goxey and his lieutenants the army would never have assumed the proportions it has. There is no a - nying the fact that the "commonweals' are more popular to day than they were a month ago, and this is evidently the . result of the free advertising they have received from the daily press. The "' riuhtof netition is a sacred one with - 3 ' "every member of the "Amlo-Sxon race; but in the history of free institu tions there .has never been anything...

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. — 5 May 1894

The Tinies-MfliiDtaiiiE SATURDAY MAY 5, 1894 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Wedneday'a Daily. Mr. H. M. McCoy, of Dufur, is in the city. A load of merchandise left Moodv Warehouse thU morniDg for Artelope and Trout creek. Twenty-four hour clocks are rapidly pnmincr int- use in Newlork. lue use of a. ms and p M's will be done away with alioeether. One o'clock will then be 13 o'clock. The Century for May has been received at M. T. Nolan's Distuffice hoofestore This number is full ot choice literature. and should be lu every household. The soiree .given by the pupils of the dancing class ot Mr. James bmitn will be held at the Baldwin opera house, Sat urday evenine. This will be the last soiree of the season. The cells in the city jail are now in Drorjer condition for the reception of tramns and inebriates, and they will en joy no immunity hereafter for violation ot tne city ordinance. A Republican mass meeting will held in this city next Friday evening at the Baldwin opera House. Hon. J. u Clela...

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. — 5 May 1894

The Tifles-Mauntainer SATURDAY. MAY 5, 1894 DEMOCRATIC RESPONSIBILITY. It is evident that the Democrats of (be senate are in a quandary, say a the Inter Ocean. Tne tariff bill la stalled. Xbe income tax feature is necessary to thb support of Ibe Populists, and yet it in alienating some Democrats. To take it out or to leave it would be dai.geroua. On one side ia Scylla, on tbe other Charybdis, and the Odyssean problf in is hard to solve. Tt is clearly the duty of the He- publican senators to render no assist ance to the other side in getting out of the dilemma. If the Democrats have made a mistake' let them rectify it as best they can. lhere are no - occasions when party consideration must be set aside. A publio calamity should always be averted, if possible. however strong the strictly political temptation may be to let the enemy ' fall into the ditcb of its own digging Tbia, however, is not such a case. Even if tbe fate of the proposed in come tax iUelf were really at stake, and no...

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. — 12 May 1894

' -J.'. I I ' - ' ' 1 " " ' ' " --..I ... ,.. i i i 1 i a saewaaiaansssanwo) IVo PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY BY John Michell, Editor and Proprietor TEEMS OF.SPBSCBiPTION. ngsoopy, year.... tig copy 'month........ sa-Teraa etrictlv to advance. .S.O ,. 1.0. . t ik. Pnatntlr at Tht Datta. Or teond CUut Halter for tratumiuion throagk tke mailt. LIST OF STATE AMD COURT. OFFICIALS. Governor Secretary of dtate ..8. Pennovei G.W.McBridt Phillip lletschao Supermtendent of Public Irurtruction.. E. B. Sea ton J.H. Mitcbcli rv.n.m.mai-first dtotrict B. Hermann second district.. ..'A'. R Hdfc State Trinwr. . Frank Baker COUSTY. County Judge.. Bnerlll.... Clerk ;.. ' Treasurer..... Commissioner.... -.-----Auemr....' i. ....... .......... Surveyor (Superintendent of Public School Coroner. ......... .. George B'ake 5 T. A. Ward .....J. B.Croewn Vim. Mlcheli Jas. Dernieilt J. w. Kuala E. F. 8bart Troy ehelle ..N. M. ta8too. Professional G rda. -J 8UTHEKLAND,M D., C. M. Physician and .Surgeon, Room S and ...

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. — 12 May 1894

The Ttoes-Uonntaineer 8ATUBDAY..., MAY 12. 1894 TEE TRUE CAUSE. The Democratic press of the coun try are attempting by every sophistry to make the publio believe that the distressful' times now being nffflMwl are the natural reaolt of causes that have been at work for quarter of a century, and are not the consequences of the tariff agitation. They print editorial after - editorial depreciated and the people were dis couraged by four years of devastating, bloody and fratricidal war. From such disasters the United States, in a few years, so far recovered, as to take her position among the wealthiest and most prosperous nations of modern times, and the present gloom and de pression will be . quickly dispelled when the old regime is restored. Our citizens should not become hopeless and desperate. The idle mills and factories will again be the scenes of activity, and looms and furnaces will again give employ ment to thousands of operatives. enumerating the strikes tnat nave taken place i...

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. — 12 May 1894

i The Times-Mountaineer 8ATURDAY MAY 12. !894 ITEMS Df BRIEF. from Wsdneiy' Dally. Hisses Once sod Nellie Michell, of this city, sro riaitlng lnends in Poriland. Miss Emms Vagt, who is teaching a term of school t Mosier. arrived ia the t. city last night and will spend a few days In the city. There were three occupants ef the city Jail last night. Twe f these were dis ckmnred h the recorder, and one was lined and will work the amount out cndc the direction ot the street commissioner. By reason ot the cold spring we learn that the lambing seasen has not been successlul in some portions of the county, and that yeung lambs hare died frum exposure, tome bands losing as high as 200. Mr. J. Carl Billingham, represen'ing the publishing house of 8. P. Collier, Mew York, is in the city. He has with aim samples ot bindioe of several stand ard aatboro.wb.ich he offers on reasonable terms to subscribers. Joseph McAllister, of John Dav, Grant county, was an arrival at the state insane asylum In ...

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. — 12 May 1894

The Times-HoantalnSf SATUBDAT ...MAY 12, 1894 8RNATOR HOAR ON COXBTISM " ' -, Mr. Morrisorl L Swift, of Boston, is one of the gentlemen who hare read much, theorized much and reflected little, gays the Inter Ocean, To him and to such as he Goxeyism using the word as applicable to all the so called industrial army movements is a new things a sign of the .times. It is not a aew thing, and it is a product rather than a sign of the times. It is as old as the cave of Adullam into which David gathered "every one that was in distress, and every one that was discontented. . - '-. And he became captain over them, and there were with him about four hundred men," which was quite a large number in a kingdom of, perhaps, 1,000,000 souls. ' Whenever times have been "bad" it has been the custom of a thoughtless elass to 'ask the government to make them better by spending money for the benefit of the comparatively few who were "in distress, in debt, or dis contented." The remedy proposed in variabl...

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. — 19 May 1894

CO -' WW THE DALLES, OEEG01ST, SATURDAY. MAY 19. 1894. NUMBER 41 IV I llS t? II -t,TAisKK. v.i-- xiv) CONSOLIDATED 1882. t . '.i V: r" ' Aa'w N.8-BCHKNCK, J. M. PATiKHSON FROM TERMINAL OK 1N1ERIOR POINTS' i7iHi SCV1 M(Mrat(t0f I President. Caaher. I PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY -BT- John Michell, Editor and Proprietor TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. age e op) ng copy year.... month.. r-Tenns stricter In advance. a .j - Pattsilir al Ths DalUt. Or poond Clan Maltrr for tranmunon tkrougk thi mailt. UST OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. Governor fcecretarr of dtate. ....8. Pennover O.W.McBride Tres-nrer. Phillip Metschan upertntendentof Public Instruction .tB-Mclilror J J. Si. Dolph "1 J. H. Mitchell Senators CongTeeaman, Srt district " second district.., gut rrinttr ' COOHT ...... B. Hermann ....... "A - U Kili Frank Baker County Judge.... - , Snwut Clark Treasurer ... Commuauraei Assessor.... Borreyor.. Superintendent of Public School, Coroner.'..... ... Geor-e B'ake y f. A. Ward 1. B.Crossen Wm. Mic-h...

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