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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 12 June 1891

mmi "n"' 0 lunn i r VOL. 1. THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, NUMBER .26. I" J! PLENTY OF SHIPS. San Francisco Dealers Say They Will Have Plenty of Tonnage for all Wheat That is Offered. TIMBER THIEVES. The Canadian Premier Xearing His End A .New Orleans Editor Does Some Poor Shooting. San Fhascisco, June 6. "There will be no difficulty about moving our large wheat crop this ye r," says George W. McNear. There is'" plenty of tonnage here and plenty to arrive. The number of ships on the way here is larger than is usual at this tiraexf the year. By October there will be plenty of them. Crop reports from -Sacramento Valley are very good, bnt reports from San Joa quine Valley are not very encouraging. There is a general feeling that wheat will bring a good price- this year. TODAY'S FIRES. Special A (tent Investigating Cuei of lh Mont Glaring Fraud. San Francisco, June 3. A. B. Hall, special agent of the land office, is inveati eatimr several timber land frauds alone the northern coas...

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. — 12 June 1891

Entered at the Poatofflce at The Dalles, Oregon, - aa seoond-clasa matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATESl ST MAIL (rOCTAQI rBBFAlD) IM ASTAHCB. Wwkly.lyear...: 1 1 SO " month. 0 75 " t 0 50 Dally, 1 year. 6 00 " 6 month. 8 00 per " 0 50 - Addreaa all communication to " THE CHRON ICLE," The Dalles, Oregon. "MONOPOLY AS A FINE ART. The tariff reduction on sugar went into effect last April and while consumers the Eastern states have been since ex periencing the benefit of the reduction the price on the Pacific coast has con tinned without any material change, That sugars should have fallen the full amount of the tariff duty removed, was . under the circumstances scarcely to be expected. Sandwich Island sugars, . is well known bad for years been admit ted free. These largely supplied the wants of the Pacific Coast; but the en ' tire trade was under the control of one man, Clans Spree ties, who fixed the price to suit himself. The only thing that in ' terfered with his charging us two three, or for...

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. — 12 June 1891

THE DALLES, - - OREGON FRIDAY, - JUNE 12. 1891 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. The Tygh Ridge country hail another nice shower Sunday night last. . . An exchange sarH that wheat in heinr burned op around Walla Walla owing to the lack of rain. A. C. McDonald of Sherman county brought into town two. wagon loadH of fat hogs for 'Wood Brothers. The tenth annual commencement ex ercises of the Wanco Academy will be held at the Congregational church this evening. , A correspondent writing to the Oehoeo Review says that the town of Moro, in -Sherman county, is soon to liave a news paper. . Mr. W. E. Jones, of the firm of Hallowell &' Donald, wool commission merchants of Boston is in . town looking after the interests of his firm. - Forty head of horses were fed at the stockyards Tuesday which were started this morning on their way to the Willam ette Valley by way of the Barlow road. The Oregon State Pharmaceutical so ciety of which our fellow-townsman, Mr. Geo. C. Blakelv is first vice president is...

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. — 12 June 1891

BIGOS FRIDAY, - - JUNE 12, 1891 LOCAL AMD FIBBONAL. ' E. C Dickerson of Antelope wu in the city Saturday. Mr. John Medler of Wasco was in the city several days last week. B. G. McAtee.of Tygh Valley, paid the Chxonicu a pleasant visit Thursday W. H. Moore, Polk Butler and J. O. Warner, of Nansene were in the city Saturday. This office acknowledges a pleasant call from Captain and Mrs. Endersby and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dickson of Eight Mile. . There were shipped from the stock yards Saturday for 'Portland and the Sound two cars of horses, one car .of hogs and a car and a half of calves. A lot of . wool described as average quality and containing 7,000 pounds was bought 'Thursday by Theodore Cart- wright at 17 cents a pound. . Mr. and Mrs. A. 8. Macalister who have been absent at their, ranch on the John Day for the past six or seven weeks returned to ths city Thursday. ; Mr. J. C. Murphy, of. Antelope, passed ' through the city on his way to Portland with twenty-one head of thoroughbre...

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. — 19 June 1891

7i VOL. 1. THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1891. NUMBERS. in n rr-' ii v. a XROPS WILL BE LARGE ri'REft Bt M1RCALI. i A The Oregon Weather Bureau the Largest Wheat CroD Ever Raised in Eastern Oregon. J.J. C. Abbott to be Premier of Can ada Will Apologize for the Prince of WalesFatal Storm. . Pennsylvania Pi-lent Who Can (ore All the Ilia Fiesta la Heir to ny I Faith. Predicts PrrcsBCEti, Pa., June 12. The truly ; remarkable cures of all ailments the ' flesh is heir to effected bv the Rev. Father Mollinger, at the shrine of St. Anthony on Troy hill, Allegheny, is at tracting attention throughout the coun try. Over 1000 invalids from various parts of the country have arrived in this city since Monday, and they are coining by every train, several ot tnennmber, whose ailments were apparently beyond all human power to relieve, have already been restored to health or greatly re lieved. Today Father Mollinger was obliged to remove from the sacristy of the little church to the more com...

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. — 19 June 1891

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ' BY HALL (FOeTAQI rUTAIS) IK ADVANCE. Weekly, lyear. ..... 1 SO month. .., 0 75 " 1 " 0 60 Daily, 1 year. COO " t month. S 00 " per " 0 50 Address all communicmtioiL to " THE CHRON ICLE, The Dalles, Oregon. THE LESSON OF OUR SENTATIVES. REPRE- The lesson taught by the success of the anti Moody ticket yesterday should not be lost upon our representatives whether state or national. At the last legislature nothing passed current except it was coined in the Moody mint. Anything - that Moody asked was granted, anything that the people demanded was denied, The humiliating sight of fifteen citizens, representing fairly the wealth and worth of The Dalles at the last legislature, begging and entreating the creatures whom their votes had made their repre sentatives to grant them the passage of bills endorsed by the common council, by the chamber of commerce and by the representatives of three-fourths of the city's wealth, will never be forgotten by those who were eyewitne...

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. — 19 June 1891

FRIDAY, JUNE 19. 1891 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. - Mr. Henry Steers, of Antelope, was in the city Wednesday. Mrs. J. M. Vanduyn, of Trgh Ridge, was in the city Tuesday. The Waaro ware-house received over 400 eacks of wool on Monday and 200 Tuesday. The divorce case of Tieuian vs. Tieman of Hood River, was Tuesday argued and submitted. State lecturer of the grange Mr. Will iam Holder of Grass Valley wai in the city Wednesday. Messrs Leon Rondean, Charles Payette and Ezra Henson of Kingsley were in the city Wednesday. The case of Egan, administrator of 'estate of the late Leslie James is con tinued daring the term. Seufert Brothers will have shipped at the close of the season 1300 boxes of Royal Ann cherries which will net them one dollar per box. Miss Ida Coffin, who has been in at tendance at the Wasco Academy, re turned to her home at Arlington Mon day morning. The run of salmon has now begun in earnest and the wheels are doing fairly well. Seufert Brothers caught five tons Monday in four...

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. — 19 June 1891

tl.tt.fc.buX ITUDAY, - - - ? - JUNE 19, 1881 LOCAL AMD PERSONAL. Mr. R. G. Guthrie, a prominent stock man from Sherman county, was in the Friday. Mrs. G. B. Simpson is visiting at her parents' residence in The Dalles. Her . ne it home will be at Kansas City. . Mr. A. J. Anderson, of Chenoweth, brought the first lot of string beans and raspberries we have seen into the city Saturday. Robt. Kelly, Emerson Williams, Leon Rondeau and wife, Ob. Russel, Murdock K.McLeod, and Walter Clarke of Kings- ley, were in town Saturday. ' From the Goldendale Courier we learn that the two companies of the Washing' ton National Guards of Goldendale have . voted to come to The Dalles on the Fourth. A ball will be given at the Hendrix hall near Dufur on the night of July 3d lnat date was agreed on so as not to in terfere with the celebration at The Dalles. The .oit Oregontan gives a list of no less than 'sixteen new' irrigation com panies that have been formed in Uma tilla county since the passage of th...

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. — 26 June 1891

Ill Wm Ay VOL. 1. THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1891. NUMBER 28. THEY WANT SILVER. The Terrible Financial Condition of the Argentine Republic Can Only be Averted by a Silver Standard. PRESIDENTIAL PKO8PECT8. New Orleans Wants a Fight Between Slavin and Sullivan A Philadel phia Firm Wins a Big Suit Washington, June 19. The bureau of American republics baa received a copy of fie annm 1 message of president Oel- legrini, of the Argentine republic, which was laid before congsess May last. - The financial crisis, the president says, grows worse daily. Paper money of which there is two hundred and sixty millions in circulation is sustained at 80 ier cent. He estimates the losses since the crisis began at 200, 000,000. He considers the best solution of the financial difficulties would have to cor rect the defects in the state banking system's service the credit of the state bank and enable them to continue. He adds : "But a gold standard is the in separable difficulty in the way 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. — 26 June 1891

as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. BT MAIL (FOSTAQl rBBTAIS) IK ADVAHC. Weekly, 1 year. f 1 60 - " months. 0 75 8 " 0 50 Dally, 1 year. 6 00 - " months. 8 00 . " per " 0 50 Address all communication to " THE CHRON- - 1CLE," The Dalles, Oregon. a Shoe FACTORY DALLES. FOR THE It needs no argument to prove the value of manufacturing industries to the growth and prosperity of the city, as everyone will admit that no city can ever become great and prosperous with out them. The local press of this city, to do it justice, has never been backward in urging the importance of establishing factories at this place but has met with little response, largely, we presume, be cause of the lack of necessary funds, and because all surplus monies could, at all times, be safely and profitably loaned out on good real estate or personal se curity. It may not, however, be useless to call attention to one industry that might be established here, that if we are correctly informed as to the cost of t...

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. — 26 June 1891

X il ai 1 A LX?. a FKIDAY, - - - JUNE 26. 1891 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mr. Clark McCown, of Tygh valley, was in the city Monday. A shoe factory on a legitimate basis would receive substantial encouragement in The Dalles. If The Dalles would give 25,000 for shoe factory at North Dalles, how much will it give for a phoe factory at home? A. J. Brigham, the enterprising repre sentative of the S. B. Manufacturing Co., was in the city Tuesday. W. D. Jones the enterprising proprie-" tor othe Antelope stable and feed yard gave the Chronicle a pleasant call to day. Mr. Uyrus, one of f nneville s ex tensive wool growers, called at the Chroniclr office today and speaks en couraeinelv for the outlook for that sec- k tion of Eastern Oregon. Mrs. Charles Schanno and children, of Yakima City, and Mrs. W. H. Chap man, of North Yakima, are visiting at the residence of Mr. Emil Schanno There is constant complaint of the lack of morals in' politics. There is no place yet discovered, even out of politics w...

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. — 26 June 1891

FRIDAY, - - JUNE 28, 1891 LOCAL AMD PXBSONAL. Mr. Ben Allen, of the Prineville Land and Live Stock Co., is in the city. . Mr. William Quinn a prominent wool grower in Crook county is in town, Mrs. Ben E. Snipes and eon, Bennie, of Seattle, are visiting friends in the city. Mr. George Herbert of the Mount Hood Hotel, of Hood River, is in the city. Hon. G. W. Johnston and wife and Messrs. W. R. Menefee and C. P. Balch, of Dufur, were in town today. Mon. a. K. Lyle of Urook county is stopping at the Umatilla House. He leaves this evening fcr a business trip to Portland. Mr. Joseph McEachern has returned from a thousand mile trip extending Mr. C. H. Southern of Boyd was in the y Saturday. Mr. P. Uren of the firm of Uren & Son of Prineville was in town last week. - Christian Weis and Mrs. Mary Nichol sen both of this city were united in mar riage Friday. Mrs. Dr. Fulton of Monte Vista, Col., mother of Mrs. G. J. Farley is visiting her daughter in this city. Mr. Alex McLeod of Kingsle...

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 July 1891

QfPTiD VOL. 1. THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1891. NUMBER 29. rv O MILLIONS OF BUSHELS. The l)regoo Weather Bureau will Eroduce ao Says Im- this State mease Crop of Wheat. tjteage by the Iowa Storm will Fxceed a Million of Dollars A National Bank Suspends. Pohtlakd, June 27. The Oregon weather bureau's bulletin issued today says that spring wheat will make a full ' crop and that fall wheat will be the best ever harvested except in a few sections of Umatilla, Morrow, Sherman and Wasco counties where it was burned in May. A careful estimate shows fully one million mar bushels in Oregon this vearthan last. 'Fall wheat seven feet high is reported from-' YfimbHl county, Hop lice are prevalent in that section, Hops will be an average crop however, A HdNKIT AND PABROT TIME. Hew Ban Fraaelaeo Policeman Their Prisoners. - Capture Sah Fbancisco, June 27. Police offi cer Knott went to the house of Thomas Goldings late last night to serve a'warrant on Goldings' son Thomas Jr., on charge o...

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 July 1891

8UsCiUPXiON RATES. . Y KAIL (POBTAO rBXTAID) H ADVAXCX. Weekly, 1 year. 1 1 bo month. o 75 " 0 60 Dally, 1jm. 6 00 " months. 8 00 " per o GO Address all communication to " THE CHRON ICLE," The Dalles, Oregon. MORE MONET A SUGGESTION. If the government can safely issue an unlimited amount of irredeemable paper currency and loan it to the people on the subtreasury plan or in any other way, why should two per cent, or any other rate of interest be charged? Why not loan it to the people free? If it be a good thing to place money in the hands of the people at a reduction of six to eight per cent, below current rates, it surely would be better to wipe out the interest altogether; and if not why not? The cost to the governmet of the paper, . engraving and printing could be met by issuing enough greenbacks to cover it. If the printing Ac., of a few billions of paper money should cost the govern ment, say quarter of a million let the government simply print a quarter of a million extra and t...

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 July 1891

FRIDAY, JULY 3. 1891 LOCAL AND FBBSOMAL. Justice Schutz complains that business is alarmingly doll in bis line. Messrs. T. J. and S. B. Driver of Wamic, were in the city Tuesday. Mr. J. E. Divine, of the Grand Ronde Chronicle, paid this office a visit Wednes day. Fifty bead of stock cattle, from year lifigs up, changed hands the other day, near this city, at $20 a head. Staterlecturer William Holder organ ized a new grange on Three Mile Creek last Saturday evening with twenty-six charter members. Pendleton has abandoned the idea of holding a celebration on the Fourth on account of the presence of diptheria in that city. Senfert Bros, made their first shipment of peaches to Portland Monday, con sistingof ninety baskets of Alexandria1), They are first class. The funeral of the infant child of Mr, and Mrs. Frank Menefee took place from the residence at ten o'clock Wednesday The services were conducted by Rev. W, C. Curtis. The first peaches of the season ap peared in market Monday ; th...

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 July 1891

.. J FRIDAY, JULY 3, im LOCAX AK1 FlksOSAL. . ' James Brown of Moeier, paid this of fice a pleasant visit Friday. Mr. S. B. Hosbanda, W. T. McClare - and Amoa Boot of Moeier, were in. the city Friday. We are informed that Mr. Connelly from Crook county sold his clip of wool Thursday for 173 cents a pound. Governor Pennoyer has been selected to address the Tammany Society of New York on the Fourth of July. The wool crop in eastern Oregon is " 1,000,000 pounds this year in excess of any former year, ' and da of superior quality. George 'Miller ' has returned from Klickitat. He says that the yield in that yalley will exceed that of last year , by as much -again. The Klickitat Leader says that over in his country the faces of the farmers have - so shortened since the late rains that barbers have reduced the price of efbav- ing to fifteen cents. -J Tom Sullivan, who works in Payette's blacksmith shop, at the Eaat.End, while shoeing a vicious horse Friday, morning, was kicked in the face ...

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. — 10 July 1891

Of I jc t Ay VOL. 1. THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1891. NUMBERm sM Vyxy Ay Ay Ay fry v.. o INDEPENDENCE DAY. . BoQad the hew.r&tf Plsj- the pattlo-tongi Let the Jawbone lintriei : For this is the Fourth of July. HoenunbUnga'jmagtlea a hail bona onr noise. Mo stent poltoenisn fright onr bally boys. This is the day to make the welkin shake. Aaoor (orenubaresude their tyrant qa&ks. Go to HhjdT not sU earthly things this day Be clashed together loudly in each way. Stupendous din -etentorophonlc clangs Shall prove that patriot hearts now beat In bangs? Lst orators by millions praise the dsyt And while they yell let mighty trumpets brayt Bererberating thunder split the sky. And Hghmlnga blase to lick the ocean dry! Hot Ore lof verythju-. and bang around The whole created world to swell the sound. Bora up the poles, like two great cracker strings. And nil Symmes' Hole with dynamite and " Anticipate the awful crack of doom With all the mightiest cannons' cacophonous boom; Th...

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. — 10 July 1891

Sntared at tbe Postoffloe at The Dalles, Oregon, u second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATK8. T Kin (TOCTAOB FUTAID) IX ADTAXCB. Weekly, 1 rear. $ 1 6 month. 0 75 " , " .., 0 80 Dally, 1 year. 6 00 month. S 00 " : per " 0 80 Address all communication to " THE CHRON ICLE," The Dalles, Oregon. JEFFERSON SIMPLICITY APOCH- RYPHAL. A very aboured impression is abroad as to the simplicity of the lives and manners of the founders of this repub lic. In their day men were much more formal with each other than are we of today. - Their style of dress would be considered ridiculously elaborate even by a modern dude. To attend such a meeting as congress "the gentleman's valet combed and drew back the long hair, tied it with a bow of ribbon to match the coat to be worn and covered it thickly with perfumed powder, then helped to jut on his master's coat of silk or satin,' often of brilliant hue and nearly always more or less embroidered, buckled on the always worn rapier, handed him his laced hat an...

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. — 10 July 1891

THE DALLES. - - OREGON FRIDAY, - - JULY 10. 1891 LOCAL AND PKKSOXAL. County court is in session with a full attendance. Mr C. W. Magill of Wapinitia was in the city Tuesday. S. J. La France of Hood River was in the city Wednesday. Mr. C. Caldwell of Arlington was in ' the city Wednesday. Mr. E. P. Roberts is reported very ill at his home. . . Mr. F- B. McFai!and and family have gone trwaco for the feuinmer. Mr. and Mrs; W. H. Moody and fam ily went to Portland last night. W. E. Garretson and wife left last night for a short trip to Portland. Mr. B. 8. Hcntington and wife have gone to Seattle for a few days' visit. Hon. A. J. Dufur and A. J. Dufur Jr., of Dufur were on the street today. The Chkokicle office had the pleasure of a visit from Senator J. N. Dolph to day. Mr. M. K. McLeod, of Kingsley, is in the city today making final proof on his . homestead. The Eugene Guard says Eugene will handle lots of Eastern Oregon wool this summer. W. A. Kirby has the the thanks of the Cheosicli...

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. — 10 July 1891

FRIDAY, - JULY 10, 1891 OUR "KID'S" FOURTH OF JULY. We pot him to bed in his little, nightgown, The wont battered youngster there iu In the town; Yet he acid aa he opened his only well eye, Ba, ri, tor the Jolly old Fourth of July! i Two thumbs and eight fingers with lint were tied up. -Ob his head was Vimp like an upside down cup. And his smile was distorted, his nose all awry, From the Jojrs of the glorious Fourth of July. We wereglsd; he had. started abroad with the sun. And all day had 11 red in the powder and fun; While the boom of the cannon roared up to the sky. V ' To salute Young America's Fourth of July. ' I said we were glad all the pieces were there. As we plastered and bound them with tenderest ears, But out of the wreck eame the words, with a sigh, "If tomorrow was only the Fourth of July!" He will draw altogether again, nerer fear, And be ready to celebrate freedom next year; Meanwhile all his friends are most thankful there lies. A eraekerleas twelTemontfa twizt Four...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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