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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 20 December 1890

1 .1 . .... Mm r VOL, 1. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1890. NUMBER 1. i 4 BY TELEGRAPH. Clarknon C-l Hlin:rintcrTlrwet. Boston-, .Mam., Dec. IS, 1SSX). Ex Assistant Postin.is-ter Oeneral Clarkson in an interview fin national politic!? said - he did not ascribe -to big importers an extraordinary large fhare in the defeat of Republicans at the recent election. Speaking of t he election bill, Clarkson a'dIie was in favor of it, hut there were no a86nranees that it would pass un prospects of financial legislation Clark son thought-there viu a majority in each house in favor of free silver coinage. lie thought a revision of banking law was needed in favor of the farmer and said the fanners alliance had come to stay until some modification of the present banking system was made. ' . Deny their Action wan Intruded to In jure Southern Democracy. Topeka, Kas., Dec. IS, 1890. Various prominent ' Kansas Farmers'" Alliance members mentioned in late dispatches ' as having been concernel in a plot to d...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 20 December 1890

The Weekly Ghroniele. Published at The Dalles, Oregon, every Saturday t $1-jO per year in advance. WE ARE PLEASED YOU. TO GREET The first number of the The Chronicle 18 before you and speaks for itself. It is far from perfect and there being room fitr improvement, we shall make it, until it is what its proprietors intend it to be, as good a newspaper as can be made out side the- larger cities. The object of the paper is to assist to the utmost of its power in advancing the interests of The Dalles- and country, tributary to it. To advertise our resources,- to build up our industries, to extend our trade, these we shall work for energetically, and per sistently. We desire the prosperity of every individual and firm in The Dalles recognizing the fact that every individual -member of a community, as long as that member is not a criminal or pauper, is of benefit to it ; and working for the good ol each, we hope to be of benefit to all. The Chkomcle will be non-par-tittan, and will devote...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 20 December 1890

The Weekly Ghroniele. THE DALLIA. - - - - - OREGON. SATURDAY, - - - DEC',-20, 1890. . LOCAL AND PERSONAL. - Wheat to-day is selling in our market at 53 and 54 cents per bnshel. -Miss Sada Whitmer haa returned from ' an extended visit on the sound. A fine lot of young thade trees are be ing transplanted around the court house. A new crew was put on and another freight train ln-tween here and Wallula to-day.. Mr. Al. Sutton, of Portland, whom everylody known, is visiting friends here. " Hon. E. J Smith is under medical ' treatment in Portland and is improving slowly. . ir. Elinor R 1,'JIoo.I River's popu lar young harVwgvmercliaiit, m the city yesterday. The first paper to reach this otlice came according to the eternal fitness of things; it was the Pasco HraiWyhl. There it considerable wol stored here ; yat- Tlujanioiint handled will aproxi iuate 7,0(10,000 pounds. E. Beck, formally of this city, now of : Uon 1.V0 nng,vi nf the firm of Eiseiibach tt pixa, ii i, " ....... .... .- --.-...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 20 December 1890

THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. Narlgatloa ea the Columbia. . Portland, Dec 2. To thb Editor. Referring to your review of the transpor ; tation needs of the Northwest in today's Oregonian, I desire to submit the follow ing outline of a corporation which I think would afford the relief demanded, and at the same time be a good paying investment. I suggest the Portland Railway & Nav igation Company ; capital stock $5,000,- 140,000,000), Oregon & Transcontinental ($40,000,000), and Oregon Improvement Company ($lo,000,000), I see no reason why a perfectly feasible transportation company backed by business interests of Portland, and carrying with it an assur ance of economical management and freedom from stock jobbery, could not readily float bonds in New York to the amount of $4,000,000. In conclusion I would ask how much of the grain crop of Eastern Oregon and Washington would go to the Sound for shipment with WOMAN'S WORLD. YOUNG WOMEN AS TICKET AGENTS IN BROOKLYN. 000, divided into 50,0...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 27 December 1890

mi VOL. 1. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1890. NUMBER 2. fM U-! V n 1 1 1 Ei Y I V II I I I f 1 I 1 - N J H H II II It III I! II II BY TELEGRAPH. SWINDLI.XJ) COAL DKALEKS. A 8eeeaaful innc Operate on San Fran V " elc People. j A Sax Francisco. Dec. 18. The Chroni- . ele says the Seattle ami Northern Coal oompanv, which oinetl an extensive ; office here November 15, has vanished, and investigation shows that a success ful swindle has been lierpetrated. The company was organized in Seattle about three months ago with a capital of $-50, 000. The business was transacted here by- a man named Ayres, who issued a circular offering to sell coal to be deliv T jeered after January .1, at $7.75 to $8.25 Ver ton. ' As coal was selling at the time "or from $14 to- $ltt per ton, the adver- : tisement was very attractive. The cir cular advertised to sell only a limited amount of coal, and only then on condi tion that the purchaser would buy one share of the stock of the company, val- -ued at $5, for-each...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 27 December 1890

me raeejuy uDromeie. Published at The Dalles, Oregon, every Saturday . at $1-50 per year in advance. - PUT THE BOAT BACK. The action of the Union Pacific man agement in 'withdrawing the steamer . : Baker from the middle Columbia route . for the winter is a piece of very bad management, and gross ' injustice to river points. The boat was withdrawn withont a moments notice and the large settlements of the White Salmon, ' ininVtliil mnA XXTinA vtvrAv era loft" vifli. oat service. At White Salmon the make, the stores have not yet got in their winter supplies, and the farmers . . are left without means of getting goods or getting rid of their remaining surplus There is no excuse for it. The weather is warm, and there is no prospect of freeze. In justice to the people who de pend on the boat for their connection with the outside world the company should, put the boat in service at once and keep her there until they get in their winter supplies, or the weather compels her to abandon the ro...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 27 December 1890

THE DALLtS, - - - OREGON. SATURDAY," DEC, 27, 1890. J' P. 'Brown, of Ten Mile, informs us . lhat the -whooping cough is in his ( neighborhood. -, " .' - When yon see a man walking in the . Btreet with hia hat hanging on his off ear like a man who owns a coal yard, it is a sure sign that he has bought property in rorth llalles. Uoiaenaau vovner. The German Uesang Verein will give their first, annnai ball in Gymnasium Hall. . Wednesday evening, December 31. You had better go as it ia the last chance to dancs you will have this year. - Dalles Four-year-old "How will Santa Clans get here this year, mama, when there is no snow?". Mama, brightly "If the present weather continues he will come aa usual with the rain dear. We understand one of our energetic citizens will soon put a steam scow on the river for the purpose of supplying thia city with firewood. At the same time quite a local trade will bo picked up, and the steam scow may be, we hope is, the, nucleus of a line of steamers. It i...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 27 December 1890

V V LOCAL AND tKKBONAL. -rr;. The other engine from the - Coyote wreck passed down this morning, look - ing like a late salmon. . , ; ' Schools close for Christmas Wednes day and will commence again January 5th. ; Three cars of cattle from La Grand were fed At the yards here, and shipped on to Portland yesterday. . : Filloon Bros, report their plow trade excellent, which' indicates that plowing is being carried on extensively. Mr. W. R. Kirk of the Brownsville woolen mills is in, the city, looking after wool. He-has come to the right spot. F. P. Taylor has a conple of Christmas porkers at bis shop that will weigh respectively 480 and 508 pounds. The court house, which was damaged by fire recently, is nearly repaired. We are" pleased to note some changes in the judge's desk. The wheat shipments from this point during the month of November amoun ted to 2,623,370 pounds or 1312 tons. The warehouses are still filled with it, but nong is exposed to the weather. The failure in Chicago of ...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 3 January 1891

ffl alls CM 0 VOL. 1. SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1891. NUMBER 3. Vn Ei n . ii ill v i x i a i BY TELEGRAPH. s r II O.V THE HOUND. Seattir VIsitnl l.y tbe Heaviest Wind Ever Known. Seattle, Deo. 25. This .. city was , struck Ly a veritable cyclone early this . morning which continued with grailually diminishing ' fury until evening. The - wind was heralded by a steady down ponrof rsia which set in about dusk on Wednesday and continued into this morning. At 2:!50 a. m. strong gusts of wind began to blow and bv 3 :00 o'clock the wind rose to the dignity of a gale, It blew with increasing fury until about - 6 :00 o'clock ; it was shaking every house, wrecking many and lashing the Sound into foam ; tearing vessels from their anchorage and dashing them against one another like bits of drift wood, lay ' ing low giant trees and appearing to threaten to sweep all before it. Then it slowly relaxed its fury until about sun set it was no more than what mariners call a fresh breeze. Most of the damage...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 3 January 1891

ineieeKiy unronieie. Published at The Dalles. Oregon, every Saturday at J 1M per year In advance. ANOTHER CRANK. The Rev. Dr. 'Carrindane recently went from St. Louis to New Orleans and , became pastor of the Centenary Meth odist Episcopal church, the wealthiest Methodist church in the city. He has . made one or two sensational moves since his pastorate began but Sunday he laid all previous attacks in the shade by preaching a strong sermon, and an nounced that he intended to make a vigorous war on secret societies, which he declared to be the curse of the age. He has made a national reputation by his two year's fight against the Louis iana lottery, and, we presume, feels that he is able to win any battle he may take a hand in. He is sadly mistaken, and will soon discover that he has collided with-' something harder to knock out than a lottery ticket, though it is hard enough of course to beat any gambling game. The Rev. Dr. is talking about something of which he knows nothing, for i...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 3 January 1891

- - OREGON. JRDAY, , - JAN. 3, 1891 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ; Captain H. C, Coe of Hood Kiver is in the city. .' . Mr. Ralph Schoonover, ol Goldendale, fa in the city. Friendship lodge K. of P, received ' even new members Monday night. 1 A carload of sheep were shiped to the Sound Mouday night. The legislature will meet on the 12th of this month, one week from Monday. . " The Chautauqna' Clnb will meet at Mrs. E. M. Wilson's Tuesday evening next. - ..... Jqhn O'Leay of Rutledge came in Tuasday. He reports stock doing well and grass growing finely, but more rain is needed to make the plowing good. J. H. Cross, dealer in hay grain, feed, " -poultry and eggs. Dressed poultry specialty. Located in Miehelbaugh's ' building "next door to Dunham's drug store. '" Thomas and Isaac Joles made another raid on the Sherman county geese last Saturday returning home Monday with 45. . G. W. Joles won the leather medal for -bad shooting at the last meeting of the Club and" wears it on his vest like a li...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 3 January 1891

True weeKiyuiH'OMeieT THI DALLES. - - - - OREGON. SATURDAY, - JAN. 3, 1891 The recent rains extended over the Klickitat valley and was sufficient to make the plowing good. South of us the ground is yet too dry to plow. Every thing is quiet about the freight depot, but one car has been set out in . the past week for wheat, and it was the only one called for. ' Mr. Deerhake the man who shot him sell last week is in a very - precarious condition. He may pull through, but the chances are all against him. The furniture for the board of trade rooms is in place and the board now have aa neat and comfortable a meeting place as any like association on the Coast. 1 tour car loads of cattle from Hater - City were taken off to rest here Thurs day night, being sent on, Friday eve' - ning. They were sent to the Sound and a car load of hoes was sent with them from here. Don't forget that the Chronicle gets from a column to a column and a half of dispatches daily, and many of them are in print fort...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 9 January 1891

C i J VOL. 1. FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1891. NUMBER 4. 1 tilts - 9 I EI Ml DOES IT MEAN WAR? England's Action toward France will Cause New Foundland to Tear 1 : Down her Flag. lbe Hostile Indians Capture .3,000 Head of Cattle A General Pight . ' - to be Expected. The Old Fifth Avenue Theatre Burned in New York with a Loss of Half a Million Dollars. Manuel Garcia, the Havana Brigand ,.s, . Chief Escapes from the Troops. ON THE EVE OF RATTLE. General A pprehenalon Outbreak, of an Indian Pixk Ridge Aokxcv, S. D. Jan. 1 The . Upper Brules are now in open rebellion. After two months of unrest and uncer tainty Ihe Sioux have finally shown their hand. r Three thousand of them, nnder the leadership of such cunning fellows as Big Rod, Kicking Bear, Little Wound, Short Bull and Jack Red Cloud, and even old Red Cloud himself, have . turned upon the government. Ameri can Horse is now the only remaining loyal chief, but . hia .following is small and it would make no difference whether he counseled war...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 9 January 1891

The Weekly Ghroniele. Published at The Dalles, Oregon, every Saturday ac f iju per year in advance. THE INDIAN POLICY. The policy of the government in deal ing with its Indian wards, ia of a piece ' with all its other business. The Indian department is ran on the old slow coach plan, and the secretary of war as far as Indian fighting is concerned, at least, is a hundred year behind the times. Day after day, telegrams have been sent by the secretary to General Schofield, to "avoid bloodshed." Schofield in turn has telegraphed Miles, "avoid bloodshed." The secretary seems to think the only proper way to fight Indians is that prac ticed by Braddock, to give the Indians the first bite. It is necessary in order to arouse the United States to a proper sense of her dignity, and her duty, to knock her down. The first blow is half the battle, and the government being the larger always gives the Indians that little advantage. There is only one way to manage the Indian, and that is by force. H...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 9 January 1891

o 0 The Weekly Ghroniele. THE DALLES, - - - OREGON. FRIDAY, - JAN. 9. 1891 WEATHER PBOBAUILITIES. 1 The Dalles, Jan. 8, 1891. RAIN I Weather forecast till 8:30 Fri- I day morning for thit district Jiatn; snow tit the interior. -LOCAL A!ID FEItftOXAL. P'-O Twelve carloads of cattle were shipped from here Tuesday. John Parker and -Mr. Wallace of Hood Elver are in the city. Roheit Kelley, of Kingsley, is in the city. He reports everything lovely in his locality. Look out for petty thieves. Three sets of harness have heen stolen in the - last week, in the city. Mr. J. VV. Condon goes to Weiscr, Idaho to-night to bring down a carload of horses he has there. Mr. Deerhake is so far recovered from his wound as to be able to sit up. He is ont of danger and will soon be well. : Mr.. Varney reports strawberries in blossom, a sufficient evidence of Oregon's equable climate. t We noticed a big load of sole leather leing taken to the North Dalles shoe factory this morning. . Mr. F. H. Stanton and...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 9 January 1891

The Weekly Ghfoniele. TUK DALLKS, OBEOOX. FRIDAY, - - JAN. 9, 1891 LOCAL AKT PKBSOXAL. Mr. Richard Allen of Portland the city. - Mr. Frank Kincaid, county commis sioner, came in from Antelope Friday. Mr. C. E. Haight left this morning for Portland to labor for Uncle Sam on the TJ. 8. jury. The weather is perfectly lovely. The temperature to-day was 47 degrees in the shade. Mr. J. F. Hanrahan, at one time in charge of the boat building for the O. S. N. arrived here yesterday. 'The entertainment given by the Ger man Gesang Verein Harmony netted about eighty dollars. Mrs. C. E. Haight, who has been quite rick for several weeks, is so far recovered as to be able to be up. Jaa. Fulton ir.. is in the city. He reDorts the late rains have put the ' ground in good condition for the plow, Miss Annie Roberts, of this city has been engaged to teach the primary department of the Hood River school. The plow trade has picked up wonder fully in the last few days, indicating that the rains have been...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 16 January 1891

If Ay Ay VOL. 1. FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1891. NUMBER 5. fV If y V I s V.1 .-.MARCHING UP CLOSER. General Miles is Drawing his Troops Closer to -the Hostiles Who Must Surrender or Die. THE CALIFOBMANS. Senator The Proposed Harvester Combination Runs Cp Against the Law and . will not Organize. TUB WAR NEARER HOME. Indians on the Fort Hall Reservation Dancing and May Hake Tronble. . Boisk City, Jan. 7. Advices from Pocatello that the Indians on Fort Hall reserve hare been dancing and 200 in war paint have taken to the mountains ' with arms is causing excitement here. , .Governor-Willey has been asked to , . order the governor's guards to Pocatello, and probably a company of United State? cavalry at Boise barracks will be sent there. The Indians on the reserve number 1200 or 1500, more than half of them treacherous and warlike Bannocks, who caused a prolonged war twelve years ago. People at Pocatello have almost no arms, and the towns of Black- r . foot and Eagle Rock are on the border of ...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 16 January 1891

The Weekly Ghfoniele. Entered at the Postoffice at The Dalles, Oregon, .. as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY MAIL (POeTAOI PEXPAID) H ADVANCE. ' Weekly.lyear. J 5? ' months. 0 ,o u 3 it 0 50 DaUy, 1 year . .- " C months. ; per " 0 50 Address all communication to " THE CHRON ICLE," The Dalles, Oregon. PUT THEM AT WORK ON THE LOCKS. We notice in the proceedings of the Washington legislature that a committee on prison management has been created, and that considerable discussion has arisen as to what employment should be fnrninhed convicts. We Suggest that both the Oregon and Washington legis latores make some arrangement with the general government, by which the con victs of both states can be employed in constructing the canal and locks at the Cascades, making such improvements as may be decided upon at the Celiloand Dalles rapids, and after that such other improvements as they can be employed upon, the jetties, etc The two states can furnish about 800 men, the very cheap...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 16 January 1891

The Weekly. Ghronieie. BK DALIES, - OREGON. ID AY, - J AX. 16. J 891 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. The Chboxiclb is a month old to-day. Mr. A. C. Sanford, of Wasco is in - Mr. Joseph A. Wilson of Hood River is in the city. Walter Fraine and J. W. Blackburn of . MlDUli MC 1U 11 1 1 J Mr. H. AV. Wells and bride arrived here from Canada many. Mr. A. J. Brigham, of Dnfur, and Mr. Southern, of Boyd, are in the city. : Old Jackson Engine company masquer ade Friday night, don't forget it. Mr. C. P. Heald, one of Hood River's most prominent fruit-growers, is in the citv. ' - License to wed was issued Tuesday to Frank ' Hathaway and Annie Stern- wise. Mr. W. Heisler, of Dufur, and George Peterson, of Biggs, made us a pleasant ' call Wednesdav. Miss Lillie Frisbie is here from Port land visiting her parents, Prof.M. W. and Mrs. Smith. ' Last Thursday Mrs. Smith of Grant, lady of 82 years, fractured her thigh, by slipping while getting into bed. ' We understand the Home Dramatic club is debating the que...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 16 January 1891

THE DALLES, ... OREGON. FRIDAY, JAN. 16. 1891 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Most of ourmerchants are busy taking account of stock. Mr. H. J. Hawson who has been sick at Arlington for some time is in the city. Mr. K. Ulinger, of Hood Kiver is in the city. We acknowledge a pleasant call. ' Mr. W. B. Perry, one of Hood River's solid business men, was in the city Fri day We still have a large supply of weather signal cards. Call and get one so you can read the signals understanding Hon's. Chas. Hilton, Geo. Watkins, and Geo. W. Johnson and their wives left on Saturday lastjfor the capitol What a magnificent lot of fun the lugu brious ghost of Hamlet's father is miss ins by not showing up in the Sioux country. , Our street commissioner has just com pleted a needed improvemeet by putting in a crosswalk from Mr. Dufur s to the Beezely property. The board of water commissioners are busily engaged in adjusting the water rates for consumers, which they will con clude in a few days. ' One of the pleasan...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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