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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 7 July 1894

7 The Times-Monntaineer SATURDAY. JULY 7. 1894 ROYALTY. ' There is one true man and bed-rock Republican in the house of commons, and his name is James Kerr Hardie. We do not know what shire or borough he represents, but the orthography of his surname-would indicate that he sprung from the Lowland Scotch race of thinkers, who have produced such men as John Stuart Mill, Huh Mil ler, Robertson, Oarlyle and numerous others', nd whose descendants nave been foremost in art, science and liter ature in almost all nations of the worlcL When Sir William Vernon Harcourt, supported by Mr. Balfour, moved an address of congratulation to the queen upon the birth of an heir to the Duke of York, he said: ; "1 owe allegiance to no hereditary ruler. The motion proposes, to raise the importance, of an event of daily oc currence. am delighted to learn the child is fairly healthy. I shall be pleased to join in the ordinary congratulations, if I meet the child's parents, but when the house of commons, rep...

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. — 7 July 1894

The Times-Monntaineer SATURDAY.. JULY 7. 1894 ITEMS IN BRIEF From Thursdav's Duly. The wealher is warm. Mr. Wm McCrnnf. 1r . Is back id his old Quarters, adjoining Mclnerny's store. Ron. a. M. Trwln.the state superinteDd nt nf schools lately elected, is in the citj. The trial of Maloney and Snelling oc cupies the attention of the circuit con rt today. Mr. O. Kinen.lv and children - were passengers on the boat- this, morning the seaside. for A. L. Newman's rrocery store was mored back to the corner of Second and Union today- The ball at the Umatilla House last night was fairly attended, . and a good time was enjoyed. There were fifty couples on the floor. The barge lidentate arrived in the city vesterdav with the pile driver on board, which will begin work on the bridge across Mill creek lmgieaiateiy. Miss Ursula Ruch left on the Regulator this morninir for Portland, where she will spend a few days and then visit relatives and friends in Marion county. Miss Ertma Voet. who has beet t...

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. — 7 July 1894

r Ik Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY.. .JULY 7. 1894 ITEMS 1 IN BE1EF From Saturday's Daily. Hign water views, lacts and up are now ready at Gilhousens. Mr Thos. Monaghan, of Cascade Locks, was in the city yesterday. - Mrs. W. H7 Moody and family have re turned from a month's visit at Salem .' Hon. A. A. Jayne, the district attorney recently elected, is in attendance on conrt ' today. - " Mrs. A. M. Walker, wife of Rev. A. M, " Walker of this city, is very "sick at her resi . nence. - . T. Lemke has moved to his former place of business on Second St. and wil be pleased to see all his old customers. A. Ad. Keller, of the Oro Fino, will be found tomorrow night in the room formerly occupied by W. H. Butts, ner the corner oi seeona and uourt. Mrs. Thos. Kent, last evening, while coming down the hill from the bluff addi tion to the city, slipped and fell, suffering a . severe tracture ot the left limb. The swell ing was reduced and the proper surgical remedies applied, by Dr. Hollister. . A i...

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 July 1894

A CO WW MtUNTAISEEK, Voloaae XXXIT rimts.AniTAl!IEKB. M X.II THE DALLES. OREGON, SATURDAY. JULY 14. 1894. v No. 47 CONSOLIDATED 1882. UxmMtwmxmn, SATURDAY,... .JULY 14. 1894 FEINTED EVERY SATURDAY by John Michell. Editor and Proprietor Professional Cams. . O. C. HOLLISTER, Physician and Surgeon Booms over Dalles National Bank. Office hour., 10 imlius, and from x to 4 p m. Keel denoa We.t End oi Third street, CONDON & CONDON, Attorneys at Law Offlce on Court Street, Apposite the Old Court House The Da. lee, Oregon A. S. BENNETT, Attorney at Law Office in Schanno's Building, up stairs. Oregon. The Dalle DUFUR & MENEFEE, - . Attorneys at Law Booms 42 and 43 Chapman Block, The Dalles, Ore. j SUTHERLAND, M D, CM Physician and Surgeon, Sooms 8 sod 4. Chapman Block, The Dalles, Ore. MOCIETIKM. TT7A8CO L0DG8, NO. 15. A. F & A. M. Meets TV nnt and third Monday of each month at 8 P.M. mai DALLES ROTAL ARCH CHAPTER. NO 6. J Meets in Masonic Hall the third Wed need) each month Kir s...

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 July 1894

The Times-Monntaineer SATURDAY ....JULY 14. 1894 DELUSIVE. There ia a hope born of desperation, which, perhaps, h the most delusive of any, and it acts like the glimmer of twilight in affording a last view of surrounding objects before darkness of night completely hides them from the vision. It is the same as the streak . . of sunshine in the rift of the clouds before the storm rages in its worst fury, and only adds intensity to- the anger of the elements by its deceptive, . - delusive appearand For two years the country ha? suffered the worst busi ness stagnation and financial strin gency it has ever experienced, caused ky the fear of the inauguration of a policy that would cripple our indus tries and place our laborers on a level wun European paupers. JLhe appre hension has been so distinct and marked that factories have closed and Hundreds of thousands of operatives hare been thrown upon the streets and highways homeless and penniless. After months of wearisome debate che ' Wilso...

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 July 1894

The TtmesMonntaineer SATURDAY ....JULT 14,1894 ITEMS IN BRIEF From Wednesday's Daily. Kr. Richard Palmer, of Dufur, is ' town today. Mr. Morgan Walker, of Biggs, gave ns a pleasant call today. Judge Clifford, of Baker City, la regi tcred at the Umatilla House. The general news from the strike is of a quiet tone, and from appearances it is neanng the end. Tha train arrived in the citv from Celilo last night about 10 o'clock, and brought both mail and passengers. Walter Bowe, who pleaded guilty to the crime of larceny from a store, was sentenced today to two years in the pen itentiary. The East End Hose Co. will hold meeting this evening at 8 o'clock in the Hose bouse. AH members are earnestly , requested to oe present. At a regular meeting of the fire board held last evening in tbe council chamber Fletcher Faulkner was elected chiet of the fire department, vice Judd OTFish resigned. Ao eastern mail ot considerable propor tions arrived from the east last night, and also one from the w...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 14 July 1894

The TiEaes-Monntaineer SATTJKDAY,. .JULY 14, 1894 There 13 a sickly sentimentality, coupled with a morbid cariosity, says the Salem Statesman, abroad in this country that dictates the carrying of flowers to the cell of the red-handed murderer; that simpers over the fate of the man expiating in prison a re Totting crime against the rales of organized society; that has a false and veneered sympathy for the waifs and outcasts of strangers while allowing their own to grow up in idleness, neg lect, vice, ignorance and squalor. From the hot-beds of such sickly sentimen tality and false and show sympathy are the crops of law-breakers and oat oasts of society transplanted. Thy : take root; get their start, are "forced" there. We draw attention to this picture in order to set the reader to look upon the reverse side of it. What do we find. We find the released prisoner spurned, cast out and abhorred by this class of people. Their sympa thy is bestowed at the wrong time and place where it doe...

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 July 1894

iwrn JlOIXTAIXRrfll. ; Volume XXXIV CONSOLIDATED 1882. THE DALLES. OREGON, SATURDAY. JULY 21. 1894. No. 48 V..-- 7 1 1 PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY JHH MlCHELL, EDiTOa AND PROPRIETOR Professional Canu. O. C. HOLLISTER, Physician and Surgeon Roomsover Dalles National Bank. Office hours, 10 - inl'liD, and Irom i to 4 p m. Ktsi dence We t End of Ihird stnet, CONDON & CONDON, Attorneys at Law Office on Court Street, opposite the Old Court House Tne "Janes, uregun A. S. BENNETT, ; Attorney at Law Office in Schanno'e Building, up sta'rs. The Dalles . - - Oregon. DUFUR & MENEFEE, Attorneys at Law Booms 42 and 43 Chapmin Block, The Dalles, Ore. j SUTHERLAND, M D, CM - Physician and Surgeon, . Rooms S and 4, Chapman Block, Tli9 Dalles, Ore. SOC'IKl IIW. w ASCO LODGE, NO. In, A. F & A. M. Meets first and third. Monday of each month at b P.M. THE DALLES ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER, NO 6. sleets in Masonic Hall the third Wednesday - each month at 8 It JL - COLUMBIA LODGE, NO; S, I. O. O. F.-Meits ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 21 July 1894

V The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY... JULY 21. 1894 THE LESSONS TAUGHT. .. The great strike which began June 26 th is searing the e&d, and it is time to consider the lessons taught. Never before in the history of the country has there been such a long continued struggle between capital and labor as since the time when President Debs of the Railway Union proclaimed a boy cott against the Pullman company. - 'The transDortation business has been absolutely paralyzed for weeks, and the loss to shippers and the railroads will aggregate millions of dollars. For a long time all traffic ceased, and there were no commercial relations between states. Even the transportation of United States mails was interfered , with, and the .government appeared powerless to apply a remedy. That organized " labor made such resistance against the combined efforts of wealthy " comoraticns fully demonstrates the fact that in this country the wage' , earners, when united, are a great and powerful factor in th...

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 July 1894

The Times-Mountaineer . SATURDAY ....JULY. 21. 1894 ' Frem Wadnssday Dally, Mr. O. M. Scott, of Grant, was in town las night. . Mra. G. C. Blakeley returned laet night from a short visit to Portland, The weather still continues warm, and farmers hare tears of Injury to spring wheat. - . The Hood Hirer base-ball nine and the local club of this city will play a match -fame next Sunday at the fair grounds The "Mazamas" will show up art for art's sake by burning red ores on tne white peak of Mt Hood tomorrow evening. . The Mazamas. the mountain climber of Oreeoo. will attempt the ascent of Mi. Hood to-morrow from Cloud Cap Inn It they are successful the summit will be illuminated at nient. There is through traffic east and west on the U K.Af(. Co.'s line, and this ' ives Front street a very busy appear nce every night on the arrival of the .boat and the departure of the train for Abe east. It is expected in ten days that there will be through railroad connection with the east, and by th...

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 July 1894

The Times-Mountaineer Saturday,...:. ."..-....July 21, im X SUFFRAGE IN TEE SOUTH. The Democratic press of New Or leans ia a unit in opposition to the new suffrage' amendment reported to the Democratic caucus of the Louisiana Legislature. "This proposed amendment to the constitution provides that the voter: "Shall be an intelligent person, uo- - derstanding the principles of our gov ernment, and understad or interpret ' the constitution of this state when read ' to him, or shall be a bqna fide owner of property, real or personal, located in the state and assessed to him for the year next proceeding the election at a cash valuation of not less than , $200." Itia frankly admitted by the New Orleans Times-Democrat and the Pica yune that this is an attempt to dis franchise the greater part of the negro vote, and with that purpose both these papers are in sympathy. But the edi tors of these papers, like many other white men in the south, says an ex ' change, are beginning to see the dan ...

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 July 1894

3v Vvf if i oi m i bb xVilcONSOLIDATED 1 882. PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY J3HN MlCHELL, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR Professional Cards. O. C. nOLLISTER, Physician and Surgeon Boom over Dalles National Bank. - Office hours, 10 a m t 12 m, and from x k p m. xw deuce We.t End of Third street, CONDON & CONDON, Attorneys at Law Office on Court Street, opposite the Old Court House IOC vicuu A. S.. BENNETT, Attorney at Law OfBes in Schanno'e Building, up' stairs. The Dalles Oregon DUFUR & MENEFEE, , . Attorneys at Law . ' Booms 42 and 43 Chapman Block, The Dalles, Ore. t SUTHERLAND, md, cm Physician and Surgeon, Booms 8 and 4. Chapman Block, The Dalles, Ore. ttOClEMKi- w P. M. ASCO LODGE, NO. 15. A. F & A. H. Meets first and third Monday of each montn at o mBK DALLES ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER, NO. 6. J, Meets iu Masonic Hall tho third Wednesdaj each month at 8 P M. COLUMBIA LODGE, NO, 6, I. O. O. F. Meets erery Friday evenin at 7:80 o'clock, in K. of P. Hall, corner of Mecoud and Court streets. ...

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 July 1894

The Times-IIonntaineer 8ATCRDAY . .JULY 28. 1894 EMIGRATION AND IMMIGRATION. It is said that the ocean. "Steamers are carrying more emigrants than im migrants this summer, says an eastern exchange, It may well be doubted if this was ever true before in the entire history of our trans-Atlantic passen ger business. We are not speaking of cabin passengers, who are supposed to belong to the business or wealthy class, and to be traveling for pleasure or trade, but of the steerage passen gers, who belong to the laboring class. - Some of .these emigrants will return, no doubt, but many of them go to get away from our hard times. The low 'wages of their native land is better than walking the streets, and they go back while they can, taking, in the : aggregate, a great deal of money with them. The steamship companies Beem to be entirely indifferent to which way the tide of steerage travel flows. If thev can only get business that is all they want. Just now these com pa nies are engaged in a ...

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 July 1894

The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY. ..JULY 28, 1894 ITQI3 IN BEIEF From Wednesday's Daily. xr a a rnnrirn returned on the morn inn train from a hurried trip to Walla Walla. Mr John Graf, who was formerly in the enmlov of Capt. A. Ad. Keller, gave uh a call Teste day afternoon. Large quantities of the wool in this city have been baled, and in this shape the product is more convenient for ship ment. The usual number of our residents are absent at summer resorts, anj are noi expected to return until the 1st. of Sep tember. (.'amain Foster brought a load of pile mtIv this morning to the city, and the pile-driver has been at worK all day ou ine mil creea uriuge. j The visiting Hed Men, who came to th eitv last nieht on the boat to organ izt "' Wasco tribe, left on the Regulator this morn lug for Portland. : The receipts of wool at Moody's ware house have been Quite heavy during the past month, and wheat will begin to be hauled to market in a lew aays. Harper' for August has been received by ...

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 July 1894

..jW The Tiines-Mountaineer SATURDAY ...JULY 23, 1894 A GREAT BOON. "Universal suffrage is a great boon bat it keeps the thoughtful patriot awake o' nights;" said Mr. Richard Watson Gilder, editor of the Century Magazine, to the graduates of Van . derbilt university at Nashville, Term., . atthe last commencement of that insti t ration. Mr. Gilder spoke a plain truth iTtthat sentence. . Universal suffrasp may be a- menace to oar civilization whenever the thoughtful and respon sible citizens shirk their duty and Btaj away from the polls at either the pri mary or the election, says the Inter Ocean. In most of the states there are laws for the primaries where nom- inations are made, as well as for the elections where officials are chosen. Illinois has in the Crawford, law an excellent guard against boss rale over .parties The voters may compel th adoption of that law for primaries, and ' it- provides penalties for those who at tempt to control the nominations for a - ticket they do not ...

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 August 1894

tuu& Jlfmtitottejef to THE DALLES. OREGON, SATURDAY. AUGUST 4. 1894. NO. 50. eTUSBic. .'-:X3t,IIcONSOLIDATED 1882. t . f t : PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY BY , JQHM MlCHELL, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR Professional Caxas. O. C. HOLLISTER, Physician and Surgeon -Booms ovar Dalles National Bank. Office hours, 10 a m t 12 m, and from to 4 pm. Kesi denos We t End of Third street. CONDON & CONDON, Attorneys at Law Office on Court Street, opposite the Old Court House The Danes, uregon A. S. BENNETT, Attorney at Law Office In Schaano's Building, up sta'rs. The Dalles Oregon. DUFUR & MENEFEE, Attorneys at Law Booms 41 and 48 Chapman Block, Toe Dalles, Ore. j SUTHERLAND, M D.CM Physician and Surgeon, Booms S sod 4, Chapman Block, The Dalles, Ore. 1L TAGKHAN Practical Dentist Office Over A. a. Brown's trrocerv. SeconH St. All work guaranteed to give atisf etinn and all the latest improved methods used in dental operations. HOCIKIIRa. "IITASOO LODGE, NO. 16. A. f St A. M- Meets V first and thir...

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 August 1894

THnT.)Varfinrrifiiia The Times-Monntaineer SATURDAY AUGUST 4, 1S94 FEALTT TS. 's HONESTY. The- question agitating the Demo cratic party and the publio jjener lly is, whether the Democrats in amend ing the Wilson bill to meet what they considered the best interests of the -country did right, when they knew that by so doing they virtually ignored the provisions of the Chicago platform. In terse language, the subject on which the press and people are agitated is whether party fealty should be con sidered paramount to the interests of the nation. Cleveland, Hill, V Has and others contend that the party was pledged to a thorough revision of the tariff, so that all elements of protection honld be eliminated and only those necessary for revenue retained, and the pledges should be faithfully carried out. On the other hand, Gorman and Vorhies contend that no tariff reform should be inaugurated that would crip ple all the industries of the country. Republicans believe that the Wilson bill, wi...

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 August 1894

The Times-MocntaiRetr SATURDAY. AUGUST 4. 1S94 1TF2IS IN BRIEF From Wetlne-day's Daily. Mr. nenry Heppner, of Arlington, is - In the city. - the usual monthly calls will be made on business men. . Mr. A. H. Jewett, the manager of the co-operative colony at White Salmon, Wash., is in the city. Mrs. L. Nichols and Mrs. A. A. TTrqu hart are camping in the monntains about eight miles from Hood Kiver. Mr. J. F. rJalloran, formerly editor oi the Auorian, passed through the city tliie morning en route lo Astoria from tin east. r Mr. D. H. Stearns, of Portland, wrs pitssenger on the train from the east this morning - He left ou the bout lor Porl : land Hon. C. M. Cartwright, of Crook County, is in the city. Mr. Wm H. Staats, of Dufur, is in - town today. He says nearly everyone in that vicinity is in the harvest field, saving the grain, which has produced an : abundant crop. The'ealmon run is very light, and the cannery iff-using from four to five tons daily. The season will end on the luth...

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 August 1894

The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY. ...AUGUST 4, 1894 THE PEOPLE AND THE SENATE. . It is a remarkable fact that, at tho " very time President Cleveland and the members of hu own party in the United States senate are engaged in one of the most rancorous eontests of ; . American politics, the house of repre-. 8entatives should pass a resolution for an amendment to the-constitution to elect senators by direct vote of the people. There was no purpose on anybody's part, apparently, to bring up the amendment in any such con- " x i.-t.z fT 1 - e section. xwepresuniaiive luunt r, oi Virginia, who is the champion of this proposed change, simply pushed his pet measure along as fast as he could. Mr. Tucker is one of the younger men of congress.' - His resolution passed the house a few days ago, and by a very large majority. The real difficulty will be. to get the . approval of the senate itself. That . body . contains-some men who know very well that the people of their states would never have ele...

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 August 1894

c iiijsTAisBB. "IcflNSOMTED 1882. THE DALLES. OREGON, SATURDAY. AUGUST 11. 1894. NO. 51. 2. PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY . BY - JQHH MlCHELL, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR - Professional Cards. 0. C. HOLLISTER, Physician- and Surgeon nnnmi over Dalle. National Bank. Offio. boon, 10 a m V 12 m, and from t to 4 p m. Kesi- ,- dance W4 End of Third Street, . CONDON & CONDON, , -X '.' i Attorneys at Law Office on Court 8treet, opposite the Old Court House Tne Danes, uregon A. S. BENNETT, - " Attorney at Law Offlna in Sehanno'a Builditur. up stairs. ' The Dalles Oregon. DUFUR & MENEFEE, , Attorneys at Law Booms 42 and 43 Chapman Block, The Dalles, Ore. j SUTHERLAND, M D, CM Physician and 'Surgeon, Rooms S sod 4. Chapman Block, The Dalles, Oie. yM. TAOKMAN Practical Dentist Offim Over A. A. Brawn's erocerv. Second St All work guaranteed to give ratisf-ction and all the atesc Improved metnoas naea in aenuu operation. TTTA8CO LODGE. NO. 15. A. F : A. M. Meets W first and third Monday of each month...

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