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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 19 September 1896

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1896. The Weekly Chroniele. TtlE DA.LLBS, - - OREGON OFFICIAL PAPEB OF WASCO COUNTY. Published in two parts, on Wednesdays and Saturdays. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY KAIL, POSTAGE PKBPAID, IN ADVANC. One year '. 1 SO Six months 75 Three months ' 50 Advertising rates reasonable, and made known on application. Address all communications to "THK'CHRON' ICLE," The Dalles, Oregon. Telephone No. 1. LOCAL BREVITIES. Wednesday's Daily. Cranberries at Maier & Benton's. Tiro ca of bucks were sent to Weiser, Idaho, today by Cbas. Dorbin. Premium books for the Wasco county fair may be procured by applying at T. A: Hudson's office. - Mr. B. L. Murchie of Wasco is erect ing a large barn adjoining Rowe & Co.'s bnilding on Second street. The East End presents a very busy appearance again. Wheat is now being hauled to the city in immense quantities. The scow Interstate is at The Dalles with a load of wood. She has the honor of being the first sc...

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 September 1896

the d alles Weekly chronicle, Saturday. September 19. 1896. ARRESTED FOR RAPE. Line Waived Bxamlnatloo This Afternoon Before Justice Ftlloon. A large crowd assembled at Justice Silicon's court at 2 o'clock this after soon in anticipation of having the pre liminary examination in the case of State of Oregon vs. Win. Lane for rape, alleged to be committed on the person of a little girl of 12 years. The large number of people who thronged the court room and sidewalk in front, overflowing even into the street, was doomed to disappointment in their quest for the sensational, for other than the eight of the defendant ana ac- cuser being brought face to face, it was not vouchsafed them this time to follow the details of the alleged crime through the testimony, for the defendant waived mminiimn nd wh honnd over under on i j . - . Waii onml sow uunua w w-wtv fc. . 7 . . . .. 0rj.i1nBvU,. t iu u. - thereal nature of the case until yester- uav uiviuiugi " gravated of late by the persistence 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. — 23 September 1896

1 0 - VOL. VI. THE DALLES. WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1896. NUMBER 42. THREE FASTEST HEATS WHERETHE WORK1NGMAN WILL GET IT. A CONTINUED CRUSH READY FOR THE MATCH Remarkable Performance of sStar Pointer. BEAT ROBERT J. AND FRANK AGAN Lowned the World's Record for tin Fastest Heat Ever Paced, and Might Have Done Better. Medford, Mass., Sept. IS. Star Pointer, at Mystic Point, this afternoon not onlv beat two accredited faster horses Robert J. (2:01M) and Frank Agan (2 :03) but nased the three fast est beats ever made in competition, the time being 2:02, 2:03 and 2:03, an average of 2:03'. He also lowered the world's record for the fastest heat ever paced- -2 :02V as well as the records for the fastest quarter and half 29 and 69, respectively. The race between the three pacers was phenomena, for. while in the first heat Robert J. was beaten by ten lengths, in the next two he was close on the leaders, coming in second in the third heat. Frank Agan in the whole race w...

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. — 23 September 1896

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1896. The Weekly Gitf oniele 8TATK OFFICIALS. SjTCrnoi W. P. Lord Secretary of State H R Kincaid Treasurer Phillip Metscban Bupt. of ruDllc instruction j. Ai. irwin Attornev-General. C. M. Iclleman u..t. JG. W. McBride Senators jj. h. MitcheU - in. nermann w. R. Ellis State Printer W. H. Leeds ' COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Judge ..Bobt. Mays Sheriff. T. J. Driver Clerk A. M. Kelsav Treasurer C. L. Phillips . . I A. B. Blowers viiiuiuuiiuiicii in. 8. Kimsey Aessor W. H. Whipple Surveyor J. B- ''Oit Superintendent ol Publio Schools. . .C. L. Gilbert Cjroner W. H. Butts NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET For President, " WILLIAM M'KINLEY .Ohio For Vice-President, GARRET A. HOBART . . . .New Jereey For Presidential Electors, T. T. GEER Marion County B. If. YOKAN Lane E. L- SMITH Wasco J. F. CAPLES : Multnomah THE WORK IS NOT COMPLETED. The enthusiastic meeting at the courthcuse last evening indicates that Republicans in this vicinity are in ear...

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. — 23 September 1896

THE DALLES WEEKLY 6HR0NICLE WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1896. The Weekly Chf oniele. THE DALLES. - - OREGON OFFICIAL PAPER OF WASCO COUNTY. Published in two parts, tin Wednesdays and Saturdays. Li SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BT KAIL, POSTAGK FBSFAID, IN ADVANCX. One year 1 SO Six months .-. 75 Three months 50 Advertising rates reasonable, and made known on application. Address all communications to "THECHRON- 1C1JS, "ine Danes, Oregon. Telephone No. 1. LOCAL BREVITIES. . Saturday's Dally. At sheriffs Bale at 2 o'clock this after noon, Stella K. Eddy vs. O. D. Taylor, the plaintiff was the purchaser in the sum of $250. We may have a fine new postoffice building in the Dear future, built by Uncle Sam. If this happens, the build ing will be "no slouch." ' A wood hauler named Julian was thrown from bis wagon yesterday. catching bis foot in the brake and break' ine hi 8 leg below the knee. Dr. Hollis- ter Bet the injured member. This is the Bryan club's night out, The court house will resound this ...

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. — 23 September 1896

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1896. The Weekly Ghroniele. TBI DALLES, OltEOON PERSONAL MENTION. Saturday. Mrs. Newman left tbia afternoon for Portland. Mrs. Andrews left this morning for the Locks. s Mrs. Ella Urban of Portland is visit ing with Mrs. E. J. Young. Mrs. Kate J. Yonne, past grand chief D. of H., lett for Portland this morning. Mrs. N. M. Eastwood left for the Locks this morning, to remain for some time. Miss Bess French left today for Cali fornia, where she will enter Stanford University. Mrs. Flora Baasonl went to Mosier this nftfrnoon, where she has been en gaged for a ecbool. - Monday. . Dr. Logan went to Portland today. Mrs. W. H. Vanbibber went to Port land this afternoon. Mr. A. S. Roberts took the local this afternoon for Portland. Hon. Sol. Smith of Gildendale came lip on the passenger last night. Mr. W. J. Kerr and 1). P. Ketchum left for Alt. Adams this morning. The Misses Ijams of Hood River, who have been visiting Mr. aud Mrs. Truman...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 23 September 1896

V THE DALLES CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY. . SETTEMllfen 23, 1K10. ii i The McKinley Law Checked Tin- . . portation and : , Gave a Home Market. . EFFECT OFITRE WILSON BILL, Supplement Tho Canadian Farmer Has Protection . but the American Farmer Has None. ' Tfcor la no reason why Canada, Mexi- m. nhinn. or any other country should supply the United States with a single gg. Canada does not buy a single egg from us, and there is no reason why we honld buy from her. When we do,' the .American farmer loses the benefit of part f his natural market. The purpose of this article is to show try a few figures the benefit which the .American farmer derived trom the Mc Kinley law: not merely because the law atopepd imports from other countries, but because under that law he received am average of 15 cents a dozen for his , ggs all the year around. Under the present Wilson-Gorman bill, he hardly averages 5 cents a dozen; and the people could better afford to pay 15 cents a aozen in ls2, than they can a c...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 23 September 1896

MMM DAVIS' VIEW. Xh.3 Eeiaocratic Platform Strikes at the ' Government's , Foundation. . . FREE SILVER NOT BIMETALLISM, ft . . . Condition of Affairs Worse than Wat Would Result from Dem- ' ccratic Success. In a speech delivered at St. Paul -An-gust 4, Senator C. K. Davis pointed out very clearly the fact that free silver is not bimetallism and showed what evil results would follow Democratic suc cess. He said, that for the first " time since the election next preced ing the great Civil war. we are . required to guard the very founda tions and bulwarks of national stability, of commercial honesty, of financial con duct. The Democratic party which met at Chicago in convention in July suffered a woiiderlul change in that convention The old oracles and guides of the party were rudely turned aside. It was occu- , pied and demoniacally possessed by a new spirit something Which has not raised its head in the political conventions of either onrrv for thirty years. it there was any one thin...

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 September 1896

flttUi al f m if : ir inrtt vol. vi; THE DALLES, WASCO COUNTYOREGON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. 1896. NUMBER 43. SPMISH BARBARITY Weyler's Soldiers Commit Fresh Outrages. WOMEN AND CHILDREN MURDERED I Tale of Sickening- Cruelties Inflicted Upon Helpless FacJflcos A De feat for the Insurgents. Havana, Sept. 22. Well authenti cated reports of barbarous acts by the Spanish troops continue to reach here.. Recently the Havana papers published an account of an alleged battle near Chuco de Area, in which, after an hour's desperate fighting the Spaniards drove . the rebels off, killing nineteen and tak ing many prisoners. The papers sug . gested that the government should re ward Colonel Aguilera, the Spanish com mander, for his bravery. The facts in regard to the battle according to Cuban sources follow : "On September 15th, ten rebels went to attack a guerrilla band, but' met troops hidden in the high grass. The rebels fired a volley, killing two officers "and wounding three soldiers. The ' ...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 26 September 1896

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 26. 1896. The Weekly Chfonide. 8TATJB OFFICIALS. Oavernor ,......W. P. Lord Bom-AtjirT nf AtAte H K KinCalO Treasurer Phillip Metsehan Bupt. of Public instruction u. m. irwiu nonpral CM. Idleman ' - 1G. W. McBride Senators.... ij. H. MitebeU - IB. Hermann Congressmen w. K. Elu State Printer .....W. H. Leeds COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Judge Root. Mays Sheriff. T-i river Clerk A- M- Kelsay Treasurer -'... ...C. I Phillips , , (A. S. Blowers Commissioners jD. B Klmsey Assessor W. H. Whipple Surveyor g:,1'0" Superintendent of Public Schools. . .C. L. Gilbert Oroner W. H. Butts NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET the Mississippi, and still lack eleven of a majority. . Of the states claimed for Bryan he will not get Oregon. It is not at all certain that Le will get California, Kentucky, Nebraska, North and South Dakota and "Wash ington. Losing these reduces his claim to 1 68. McKinley is reasona bly sure of all the states placed in the doubtful column...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 26 September 1896

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. 1896. The Weekly Ghroniele. THE DALLES, - -' - OREGON OFFICIAL PAPER OP WASCO COUNTY. Published in two parts, on.Wednesdays and Saturdays. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. , BT KAIL, POSTAGK, PREPAID, IN ADVANCE. One year II 50 Six months 75 Three months 60 Advertising rates reasonable, and made known en application. Address all communications to "THE;CHRON ICLE," Tae Dalles, Oregon. Telephone No'. 1. LOCAL, BREVITIES. Wednesday's Daily. 8. T. Jeffreys will deliver a Demo cratic address at the Baldwin Friday night. ( A carload of lambs were shipped today to the Union Meat Co. by Mr. D. P. ' Ketchum. Mr. L. O. Hawn and Miss Susan M. Lemon were married last evening by Justice Filloon. The first issne of The Dispatch is ex pected to appear in the morning. Mr. J. G. Miller is editor and Mr. R. G. Gor . man "ye local." Roseburg has a curlew ordinance for boys, and a petitition has been filed with ' the council to have the ordinance changed so as to ...

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 September 1896

CM.") THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 26. 1896. The Weekly Ghfonicle. TBI DALLES, OKEOON PERSONAL. MENTION. Wednesday. Dr. Adams of Tygh Valley is in town. Mr. Ed. Mays came op from Portland today. Fred Houehton came up on the over land last night. Mr. James Fraser of Grass Valley is in the city today. Mr. H. Gehron returned to Hood River this morning. Mrs. K. Harris and Mr. Wolf went to the Cascades this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Smith French left on the early morning train lor Portland. Mips Whittle, who has been visiting at 8-Mile, left for Portland this after noon. Mr. A. Winans of Hood River was in town today, leaving on the local this afternoon. " D. H. Roberts returned last night from Portland, where he had business in the federal court. Mr. G. W. Moore returned today from the Valley, where he has been treated for a bad cancer in the tnroat. Mr. 8. L. Breedman of Colorado, who has been visiting in the city, returned for his home this morning via Regulator. Messrs...

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. — 30 September 1896

AJ VOL. VI. THE DALLES. WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1896. NUMBER 43. THE TIDE HAS TURNED Confidence Being Restored in' Business Circles. UNLOCKING THE BOARDS 0 GOLD Certainty of McKinley's Election (shown in the First Wave of Returning- Prosperity. New York, Sept. 25f R. G. Dun & Co. 'e weekly review of trade will say to morrow : A very moderate and distinct im provement is seen, no longer in the buy ing of materials, which continues at Buff er prices, bat also in orders for prod nets of some industries, in money mar kets and in export of staples, and it is yet littla more than a step towards bet ter things, bat has already started some imDortant works and prompted a few considerable contracts. Continuing arrivals of cold have raised the treasury reserve about $125, 000,000, strengthened the -banks and re lazed the stringency in commercial loans, so that at about 1 per cent lower rates more business was done than in three previous weeks. Hoarding is no longer ...

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. — 30 September 1896

THE DALLES WEEBXY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 30. 1896. The Weekly Gbroniele. 8TATK OFFICIALS. Sjvernor W. P. Lord HnnrAtiirT of State H R Klncald Treasurer Phillip Metschan Bupt. of Public Instruction u. m. irwin a f tin-nf c-rwnprMl C. M. Idleman 7 " G. W. McBride Senators Ij. j Mitchell Congressmen.. State Printer.. Hermann W. H. Leeds IB. H J W. R. Ellis COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Judge R9btay8 SHeritr. , T. J. Driver Clerk . A. Jtt. Aeisay Treasurer C. L. Phillips , , l A. a. urower. s Commissioners in. 8. Kimsey Assessor W. H. Whipple Hnrvevor - J. B- 01t Superintendent of Public BchooU. . .C. L. Gilbert Caroner W. H. Butts NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET For President, WILLIAM M'KJNLEY Ohio For Vice-President, GARRET A. HOBART . . v.New Jersey For Presidential Electors, T. T. GEER Marion County 8. M. YOKAN Lane E. L- SMITH Wasco J. F. CAPLE3 Multnomah THE WORK OF THE CLUB. W KIN LEY Enough names have been added to the McKinley list to bring the number above the 400 mark ; but, a...

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. — 30 September 1896

f CIO THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1896. -s. The Weekly Ghroniele. THR DALLES, OREGON OFFICIAL PAPEB OF WASCO COUNTY. . Published in two and Saturdays. parts, on Wednesdays SUBSCRIPTION BATES.' BT KAIL, POSTAGE PREPAID, IN ADVANCZ. One year 1 60 Six months 75 Throe months . 50 Advertising rates reasonable, and made known on application. Address all communications to "THE;CHBON ICLE," The Dalles, Oregon. Telephone No. 1. LOCAL BKKTIT1ES. Saturday's Daily. v Mr. J. S. Schenck.is patting in a steam - heating apparatus at hia residence. A Bryan club was organized in Dufur Friday night last with fifty members. "A Bowery Girl" is booked for Sep eember 30th at the Vogt opera house. The Wizard Oil Co. show in The Dalles in the early part of next month. The Dalles MiKinley club now num. bers 413 members and is growing hourly. Hon. John Michell left for Goldendale this morning and will deliver a speech there this evening. The infant child of Wallace Husbands ' died yes...

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. — 30 September 1896

CH- THE DALLES WEEELf CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER SO. 1896. The Weekly Ghroniele. TBI DALLES, OREGON PKBSONAL, MENTION. Saturday. 'Miss Marion Kennedy ia convalescing. Col. Freeman went to Portland today. Mr. J. A. Gullifdrd of Dufur is in town today. Mr. L. H. Kretzsr went to Lrle this morning. Mrs. J. A. Crossen left this afternoon for Portland. Messrs. John Hertz and E. Jacobsen are in Poi eland. Mr. W. H. Locchead is iU with an at tack of typhoid fever. , Dr. Kane returned on the local this morning from Portland. Mr. H. M. Beall left for Portland on : the afternoon local train. Mrs. W. H. VanbibberandMi88 Lamb left this morning for Portland. Rev. J. H. Wood is recovering from an illness covering a period of two weeks. Miss Anna M. Roberts left this morn ing to assume a position as teacher at Fulton Park. Mr. John Hampshire is confined to his home with a bad cold and an attack of tonsihtis. Attorney J. L. Story left for Hartland this afternoon, where he will deliver a politic...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 30 September 1896

Supplement THE DALLES CHRONICLE WEDXESDAV. .SEPTEMBER SO. 1800, PERKINS OK SILVER The Only Eli Tells the Hollow Tale of Free Silver. flE SIZES UP THE SITUATION Good Reasons Advanced for Being on the Side of Gold. "Are you in favor of both silver and Bold?" asked a Populist of Eli Perkins. "Certainly," said Eli, "every civilized . nation uses the two metals gold and ilver but the United Mates is the only nation that has coined as much silvv as gold. We have been rank bimetal- lists. We have stood by silver too lone, We have coined JtUiL'iUWO.OOO worth of liver and stilMi.COO.OOO worth ot cold. "What have the other great nations coined';" nsked the Populist. "Why. they have coined less than half as much us we have. ivnglana (un united Kingdom) has coined nnd has on band fll2.000.000 worth of silver nnd S550.OOO.00O in gold: France has $49:$.- 200.000 in silver and !;825.O00.0OO in Koldr Germany has only $215,000,000 in silver and $02"i.0K).O(H) in gold; Russia has only $4X.00O.OOO in ...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 30 September 1896

QUERIES An Open Letter to the Fopocratic . Candidate for the Presi dency. SOME PERTINENT QUESTIONS. Apprehension Excited by Campaign Utterances Refuses to be Allayed. The New York World, in an open let ter to Candidate Bryan on 'tuesday morning, puts some grave and important (mentions to him. and urges Iiiui to answer them if he wants to be elected, as the people are pondering those very points, and their votes will turn on how thev are answered and explained by him. The readers of the Tribune should peruse this editorial, which is reprinted here in connection with Bryan's peech at Madison Square garden last night. The World says, under the caption "To Mr. Bryan:" To Mr. Brvau: On the 10th of July, the verv day of your nomination for President, von addressed a coinmu'lu-a- tion to the World in the following words: To the World: The restoration of silver to Its ancient place by the side of gold will, in mv judgment, restore the parity between money and properly mid thus permit a re t...

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 October 1896

i r w VOL. VI. THE DALLES, WASCO COUNTY. OREGON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1896. NUMBER 43. o If STORM IN THE SOUTH Fierce Hurricane Along the Coast of Georgia. HEAVY LOSS OF LIFE REPORTED The Storm ffu Kspeclally SeTere About Savannah, and Many Vessels Were Destroyed. New Orleans, Sept. 29. A Times- Democrat special from Atlanta says A disastrous hurricane swept over Brunswick and along the Georgia coast this morning. Meager reports have been received from the storm center, saying the hurricane was most terrific and that great damage and probable loss of life resulted. All the wires along the coast are down, and up to a late hour communication has not been re stored to Brunswick, bavannah or Charleston. The wires are down for distance of forty or fifty miles this side jot Brunswick and no information has been received from that place, except bv a train, which left there while the storm was raeinc. The train was de layed in Brunswick two hours, the en gine being unable to make headway ag...

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 October 1896

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1896. The Weekly GhfoMek BTATB OFFICIALS. Governor W. P. Lord Rcmrntni-e nf Rtata HR KinCHld Treasurer ...Phillip Metschan Bupt. of Public Instruction ti. M. irwin k ttsrTev-tinprnl C. M. Idleman . G. W. McBride Senators ij. H. Mitchell IB. Hermann juugnMiueu )w d Ellis State Printer W. U. Leeds COUNTY. OFFICIALS. County Judge. Robt. Mays Sheriff. T. J. Driver Clerk i A.M. Kelsay Treasurer: , C. L. Phillips Commissioners I A. S. Blowers ID. S. Kimsey Assessor...: ttn rv.vnr . . W H.Whipple Superintendent of Fublic Schools. . .C. L. Gilbert ..J. U. IfGIS coroner... NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET For President, WILLIAM M'KINLEY Ohio For Vice-President, GAEKET A. HOBART New Jersey For Presidential Electors, T. T. GEES Marion County 8. M. YORAN ..Lane E. L- SMITH Wasco J. F. CAPLES Multnomah Never was s more grievous wrong clone the farmers of our country than that so unjustly Inflicted during: the past three years upon the wool growers. Alth...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
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