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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 21 August 1891

ASSASAY AV 1 My VOL. 1. THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1891. NUMBER 36. TIP y m f f.ni si vvj u . ft I r m Ay Ay Ay CRUSHED TO DEATH. Terrible Accident to a Party of Picnick-ers-The Upper Deck of a Barge Gives Way Crashing to Death Twelve Excursion ists and Wounding Several More Terrific Wind Storm. A DESPERATE IKKI). j Mineola, L. I., Aug. 12. The em ployes of Theodore Kaiser, Graham ave nue, Brooklyn, went on an excursion to Laurelton grove. Cold Spring harbor to day, on the steamer Crystal Stream and barge Republic. There were 800 people crowded together on the upper -deck of the barge. They were just . clear ing the dock to return to Brooklyn when the vessel was struck by a heavy squall and dashed against the deck in the midst of a a terrible thunder storm. The boat hands, anticipating a shower, let down the canvas curtains which are attached to the hurricane deck of the barge and fastened them down to the port side. This prevented the wind from blowing throagh, and as 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. — 21 August 1891

e rc Ba -rasruix w? SUBSCRIPTION BATES. BY XAU. (P0FTAC1JC PBKPAIb) IX ADVANCE. Weekly, 1 year. 1 50 ' 6 months. 0 75 3 0 60 Daily, 1 ycnr. fi 00 6 months. S 00 - per " 0 60 Addraw nil communication to " THE CHRON ICLE," The Dalle. Oregon. IMPORTANT. No better opportunity has ever been offered to the citizens of The Dalles than that now presented by our state board of immigration. The two exhibit cars are now being fitted np at Portland to rtart east September 1. These cars will be painted white, and pictures of Mt. Hood, Columbia river falls, and other attractive objects on the sides. The cars will run to state and district fairs and prominent cities, giv ing opportunity for hundreds of thous ands of all classes of people to see the possibilities of Oregon. The exhibit will leave for the east September first there is therefore but little time left to improve the offer made to this section . to show its attractions for capitalists or those seeking homes. . Major G. W. Ingalls has be...

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. — 21 August 1891

lIUDAY, AUGUST 21, 1891 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. A. D. McDonald, of Monkland, was in the city Tuesday. E. G. Sigmond, of Dafur, waa in the city 'Wedneaday. Jno. W. Clarno of Crown Rock was in the city Tuesday. Irrigation is proving a great sncces in Umatilla. It would be equally success ful here. Mr. J. A. Gulliford, of Dulur, gave the Cbbonicle office a pleasant call Wednesday. C. S. Miller of Deschutes Bridge was in the city on his way to his mines in - Grant county. Two cars of beef cattle were shipped Tuesday from the stock yards for the Portland market. Mr. C. P. Marshall, proprietor of the Silver Lake hotel, Silver Lake, Harney county, was in the city Wednesday Messrs. C. D. Hayner, Chas. Berger H. N. Crapper and D. S. Crapper were registered at the Umatilla House Tues- day. ' -Mr. G. J. McCoy, industrial teacher on the Warm Springs reservation, came into the city Tuesday from " Dimem asho, to make arrangements for sending four ot his children to the city schools The smokestack of ...

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. — 21 August 1891

AUGUST 21, 1891 I.OCAI. AJiD PKllSONAL. Mr. T. H. Johnston, of Dufnr, woa in the city Saturday. Mr. B. C. McAfee of Tygli Valley was . in the city Friday. A. A. Frazier gave this office a wel come call Saturday. . Mr. S. J. LaFrance of Hood River was in the city Saturday. V. C. Brock, county clerk of Sherman county was in the city Saturday. -Dr. L, anderpool of Dufur, the or- iginal proprietor of the S. B., medicines was in the city Saturday. A car load of fat hogs from North Powder, were shipped from the stock yards Thursday, for the Sound. Seven cars of beef cattle passed through the city Thursday evening for the Amer ican Dressed Meat company, Troutdale. Hampton Kelly, C. Confer and James Grey of Wapmitia were in town Thurs . day of last week attending to land office .- matters. Ten thousand bushels of wheat were sold in Helix last Tuesday at 65Jg' cents for blue stem and 645g for club, clear of the sack. The Dalles City, companion' steamer to the Regulator, has been towed over 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. — 28 August 1891

Mb. -AMD 4y y THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1891. VOL. 1. NUMBER 37. ' - r 7- A SMUGGLER ARRESTED ladee Laneelv. of San Aotonio, Ar rested for Running Horses From Mexico into the United States. The Dead at Martinique Will Number About 250. Macon, Mo., Ruined by Heavy Rains. - 8an Antonio, Tex., Aug. 21. Judge Roy Noan Lugley has been arrested for smuggling from Mexico. It is alleged he has been concerned in running horses from Mexico Into the United States. He ia one of the most celebrated characters on the frontier and has been justice the peace for many years. He stoutl protests his innocence. Two Hundred and Eighteen Killed Pakis, - Aug. 21. The latest reports from the Island of Martinique, state 218 people were killed by the recent cyclone. This is in the coast towns ; the interior has not been heard from yet, and until reports are received from there the total number of killed will not be known It is thought the number of dead in the interior towns will be equal to or ...

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. — 28 August 1891

Entered at the Postoffiee at The Dalles, Oregon, as eecond-clasa matter. - SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ' by uaii, (roetACB raiPAtn) w advasce. Weekly, 1 veer. 1 SO " .6 month 0 75 0 SO 6 00 300 per Address all communication to THE CHRON ICLE," Tlio Dalles, Oregon. - Dally, 1 year. . ' . " month.. THE NEXT CAMPAIGN. There is not' room for a shadow of rioabt that James G. Blaine is the most popular man in the United States today of all who are mentioned as candidates for the presidency during the next cam . paign?'. There is just as little donbt that ' he can-have the nomination if he wants it, but whether he would accept or not and in case he would accept whether he could be elected or uot are questions no man can answer. The democrats are terribly in earnest, so are some branches of the farmers' alliance. Just what fig ure the latter may cut in the next elec tion it is impossible to even guess. That they will be in the fight, and with a ticket of their own seems certain and their existence ...

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. — 28 August 1891

THE DAIIE9, FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1891 LOCAL ANI PERSONAL. The mills advanced floor 25 cents on the barrel Monday. ' Eighteen men belonging to the ad- ranee force of Forepaugh's circus were registered at the Umatilla house Tues day. . From a hill five miles south of Durar a gentleman ' last Saturday counted eleven headers and their crews fast at work. The Chbo.vicle force is indebted to the kindness of Mrs. J. H. Coven ton for a box of delicious peaches. Mayther shadow never grow less. tout Kohler,. Bake Oven, W. VV. Free man, Boyd, John Hull, Grant, F.M. Amen of Coos Bay, were registered at the Colombia hotel Tuesday. Mr. John Sheak of La Grande was in the city Monday. Mr. Sheak is an old resident of The Dalles and was heartily greeted by his many friends. ' Potatoes are 20 cents a. sack in San Francisco. Sine dollars a sack in Cal lao. The distance by steamer between thetwo porta is eighteen days. The Dalles, Portland and Astoria Nav igation company will have their landing at foot of...

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. — 28 August 1891

- OREGON FRIDAY, AUGUST 28. 1891 LOCAL AM) fKRSON'AL. Mr. R. B.' French of Grass Valley was . in town Thursday. V. C' Brock, of Wasco, was seen on the streets Friday. , . Judge Bradshaw returned Friday from a trip to Tillamook. Four loads of wool were delivered Fri day at the Wasco warehouse. " , V. C. Brock, county clerk of Sherman county, was in the city Friday. One by one the "lone fisherman" is ' returning. Plenty of tan and freckels, but no fish. A marriage license was issued Thursday to J. T. Gibson and Mary Gordon, both of Wapinitia. Nine cars of beef cattle were shipped from the stockyards Saturday for the Portland market. The mercury stood last night at 11 o'clock at 82 degrees, the hottest night of the season. Mrs. C. P. ' Balch of Dufur returned . - .Thursday from a few weeks visit to friends in Portland. . The Wasco warehouse distributed 2000 grain sacks to the farmers of this county, up till noon Saturday. .. - i ii ttt i -r J team 8 were loaded with freight for the Ant...

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. — 4 September 1891

9w AyJAyy Ay Ay VOL. 1. THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1891. NUMBER 38. BIG RAILROAD DEAL. A FEROCIOUS BEAST. A Child Killed by a Dob and Its Mother Seriously Injured. Montreal, Aug. 26. The little son Homer Frechet, of 103 St Hubert street of this city, was bitten to death by ferocious dog last night. When the frantic mother of the child endeavored to drive the dog away, he attacked her, Three Yonng Girls Betrayed and Left and only desisted when cut to pieces by The Vanderbilts Gain Control of the Union Pacific System Xow They Can Dictate to Other Lines. . Destitute Balmaceda Overthrown Big Fire in Dakota Caicago, Ang. 29. The morning pa- pers says: It is generally understood that Jay Gould has virtually relinquished his control of the Union Pacific railway and that the stocks and bonds of the company have been placed in Ihe hands of the banking firm of Drexel, Morgan & Co. The general opiuion is that Drexel, Morgan & Co., have acquired control of the Union Pacifi...

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. — 4 September 1891

Entered at the PoetofOce at The Dalles, Oregon, ' . as second-clans matter. - ' SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY MAIL (rOOTAQI PREPAID) IV ADYAHCK. Weekly, 1 year..... 1 80 " months. 0 75 g " ; 0 60 Daily, X year. 6 00 C months. 3 00 " per " . ... 0 50 Address all communication to " THE CHRON ICLE," The Dalle, Oregon. SYSTEM OF WONDEROUS PO TENTIALITIES. If the government can make money out of rags and printer's ink why does it not tret down to business and pay off the national debtT What sense is there in all this fight over a tariff for revenue or a protective tariff or any other kind of a tariff? Henry George has patented a system for abolishing poverty, in which the single tax theory occupies a promi nent place. If the government can make money out of nothing we don't need the single tax system nor any other system of taxation, municipal, county, state or national : Simply man ufacture enouzh of money to meet all demand and that's the end of taxation If the government can make money out o...

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. — 4 September 1891

THE DALLES, - - OREGON- FRIDAY, - - - SEPTEMBEB 4, 1891 LOCAL ASI) fEBSONAL. W. E. Bodmaa, of Wamic, wsa in the city Tuesday. Mr. T. H. Johnston of Dafur was in town Tuesday. ' Mr. S. R. Husband of Mosier was in the city Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Ryan of Dnfnr were in the city Monday. Mr. John A. Wilson of Hood River, gave the Chronicle office a pleasant call Monday. , . Somebody has figured up that there is an average of 5,600,000 puis consumed daily in the United Kingdom. William Taylor, of Dufur, brought in ft small load of hogs Tuesday, which he sold for five cents a pound, gross. The Hampton Bros., had a car of beef cattle at the stock yards Tuesday, which they shipped west the same evening. Major lngalls is now in Baker Citv gathering samples of the fruits, grains, vegetables and minerals of Baker county for "Oregon on Wheels." Never bear more than one kind of trouble at a time. Some people bear i " three kinds all that they have had, all that they have now, and all they...

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. — 4 September 1891

1 iiey eeKiy GiiiUiiMe: THK DA1LES - OBEOON FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1891 LOCAL ANI PERSONAL. Something new in the fee line tax . on cats. , H. W. Kice of Boyd, was in the city last Thursday. ' H. L. Howe of Hood River, was regis tered at the Umatilla house Thursday. ' D. H. Home bought 500 salmon in Tacoma last Tuesday for a cent a piece. . . Ashland peaches are selling in Ash . land at two cents a pound and at ten cents in Astoria. Mrs. McCnlly, widow of the late Perry McCully died at Dufur Thursday at ' 6 a. m., alter a short illness of typhoid ; fever. - Mr. T. A. Hudson of this city has been appointed general agent of the Anchor Steam ship line for Oregon and Wash- . ington. . . Frank M. Amen of Aurora, formerly a resident of AVapinitia and Kingsley, left on the passenger last Thursday, after a short trip to his old home. Somebody who, it is presumed, had nothing better to do, has figured out that 141,120 common house flies only- weigh two pounds and twelve ounces. - . Errick Nelson ...

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. — 11 September 1891

iTOOT VOL. 1. THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1891. NUMBER 39. L ijj C s O OUR GENERAL BUDGET!, THE ITAT.V CASE. WORK OF FIRE BUGS. robablllty That it Will be a Three- Cornered Lawsuit. owners, exeeyting only an insurance of $600 on tlie buildings. RIOTS IN NICARAGUA. Los Axgei.es, Cal., Sept. 3. Tholibel Emperor William and lung Leopold Ac- j cage aga;n8t the steamer Rata has ac cused of Conspiracy De Frey- I suuied a new phase, and it is probable I that it will now develop intoathrec- cinct Warned. Great Excitement in Oklahoma Suicide Caused by Domestic Relations and Drink. They Try to Burn Down J. T. Peters Planing Mill Four Horses Burned to Death. The t'itlxeus' Meeting. The impression that the city has been Several Citizens Shot Down During for the past few days almost completely at Granada. Nicaragua -V MEMORIAM. Paris, Sept. 3. Some newspapers of this city recall portions of the late Em peror Frederick's diary, which Prince Bismarck tried to suppress, revealiug King...

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. — 11 September 1891

iu seeonu-ciuAa matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BT MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID) IS ADVANCE. Weekly, 1 year. I 6 mouths. M J U ....... Pally, 1 year. " i moiuu. per - 1 SO 0 75 0 50 6 00 3 00 0 50 Address all communication to ' THE CHROX ICI.K." The Dalles, Oregon. LET VAGRANTS AND ir A RE. THUGS BE- piiatic aiiu'alive. it is u mi very givul hesitation that we declare our surprise at tlie secretary's response to the liberal subscription that came from Astoria. After thanking the citizens of Astoria for their kind and unsolicited subscrip tion, he added : "We hope and lielievei however, that we will be able to take care of our own people. If this is found impossible we will use the funds so gen erouslo offered." This may be very self reliant and sturdily, independent, but the question is, Is it true? Does it ex press the sentiments of the people who the facts? We unhesitatingly answer, It does not. Again, what is meant by the last sen tence? Is it intended to store the money away and only use 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. — 11 September 1891

THE DALLES, FRIDAY, - SEPTEMBER 11, 1891 LOCAL AND PEUSOXAL. the Stock Inspector Rice returned to city Monday night. Dan Crowley of Antelope was in the city Monday. The fire bell has been again erected on a tower at the old stand. Chrisman Brothers can be fonnd in the store back of Newman's bakery. I. C. Nichelsen has opened in the ntore next to Cram's confectionary store. Gibons, McAlister & Co. can be found in the Masonic building on Third street. J. V. Blackburn of Grant has been appointed county jndre of Sherman county. Mrs. E. AVingate has opened in one of Hugh Fraser's stores on Union street north of the court house. M. V. Harrison of Hood River will prepare and forward an exhibit of frnit to the Portland Mechanics fair. The Columbia meat market can be found in the Masonic bnilding on Third Htrcet, nearly opposite the old stand. " 1 ' A reader of the Eaut Oregonian recently presented its editor with a bottle of per fumery. Now that was a very appropri ate gift. The Heppner...

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. — 11 September 1891

FRIDAY, - sEFrKMBKRll. J8S1 S.VCAV AM) I-E1WOSAL. The city -Is full of insurance men ad justing Joshes. .Mr..and Mrs. J. II. Cradlebaagb were i.. ti . i f (.11 I A 1 1 l I TJtm . f"linrlr KtnhlilitM l;W rout! till store west of the old Jerniania galoon Hie nrst car load of new wheat was ' shipped from the Wasco Warehoase r-ainruay. A. T. Thayer representing Webbs Safe & Lock coiuianv of Foitland in town Friday. It in an ill wind that blows nobody good. Thursday Fish & Bardon so'.d tvrentv-one stoves, all to persons who had lost theirs in the fire. By a mistake of the types we were made to say Thursday that the loss of Joles. Baothers was ?75,Q0O. The amount onght to have been $7,500. Some facetious person has remarked that the burned portion of the city has completely got rid of the San Jose scale which infested the shade and fruit trees. Even if we have had a fire we are go ing to hare n fair and all indications tend to show that it will le supported by the country better 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. — 18 September 1891

en VOL. 1. THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1891. NUMBER 40. ii 'W AN ALLEGED MURDER M. B. Curtis, the Well-known Actor Arrested for Murder in San Francisco. An Unsteady Wheat Market A Well known Stockbroker of Philadel phia Takes His Own Life. FRIGHTFUL EARTHQUAKE. San Francisco, Sept. 10. Maurice B Curtis (Sam'l of Posen), the well - known actor, who shot and killed Police Officer Alexander Grant, who had ar rested him last night, tells the following story of the affair : "I was at the Grand Opera House last night with my wife to see Bernhardt in "Camille." I left the theatre about 10 o'clock to go to the Tiv oli theatre with William Kreling, one of the proprietors. . We bad a drink to gether and I left him to retain to the Opera House for my wife. When I had ' reached the corner of Third and Mission streets I was saddenlv tumbled into .the gutter, and after that I remember noth- ing only somebodv pulling, and jerking me about until I found myself in a wag on with nandcui...

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. — 18 September 1891

The Weekly Ghfoniele. Kutered lit the Porto rfice at The Dalles, Oregon, as second-class matter. . SUBSCRIPTION RATES. T MAIL (TOHTAOI TRXrilD) IK ADVASCI. . Weekly-, 1 year. 1 SO months , 3 " Daily, 1 year. months. 0 75 0 60 . . 6 00 . 3 00 . 0 SO Address all ri.iomunicition to THE CHRON ICLE," The Dalles, Oregon. SFREAJ' - EAGLEISM SEED. GONE TO The finest sample of unadulterated spread-eagleism the country baa been treated to for many a day ia the pub lished speech of Jfon. Patrick H. Whint ston, delivered :t Tacoma Last Thursday at the opening of the industrial exposi tion of that city, Here ia a feather from thia eagle's wing: "The etpry of the wars which we have waged, of the hard ships we have endured and vtbe courage we have displayed baa been told in many languages and in many lands. Bat to my mind the crowning glory of the repuplic lies in the fact that no American has ever raised his arm against a fellow countryman, save in de fense of the Union ; a Union whose flag and 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. — 18 September 1891

The Weekly GfiroffliE THE DALLES, FRIDAY, - - - SEPTEMBER 18, 1891 LOCAL AHT TEKSONAL. . Hon. W. McD. Lewis of Wapinitia was in the city Monday. A light shower of rain fell in the city early Sunday afternoon. " ' Dr. L. Vanderpool of Dufur gave this office a pleasant call Tuesday. -Messrs. Hoaford & Tones of the Moro Observer were in the city, taking in the circus. About 25 head of horses are now in training for the coming fair and ten more are expected. . The Regulator started on her first , ' business trip to the Cascades and. ret am Monday morning. - , The city is filled with carpenters and the sound of the saw and the hammer ' is heard on every hand. Hon. J. D. Lee generously handed $20 'to a representative of the relief- com mittee Monday morning. Mr. Horace Rice of Boyd has the thanks of the Chronicle for the present of a box of delicious peaches. M. Cashing left in the city Monday, for ; shipment . to the Portland exposition some magnificent bunches of Black Hamburg, MuBc...

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. — 18 September 1891

i.uinn''-iiUiTJ'i..w..';"u .imj,"mu"'i' I . tunnels, shaft., windlass, with the fall 'staff of miners, including a Chinese i 1 cook, a- water fall and a snow-capped j mountain, with the inevitable lone FRIDAY, T - - SEPTEMBER 18, 1891 ' prospector climbing its rugged sides THE DALLES. - OREGON LOCAL AND PKKSOXAL. Mr. R. O. Evans the Hood River ferry man was in the city Friday. . done in oil 5x6 feet and four feet high. A. W. Whetstone brought to this of fice Friday a number of twigs cut from j three-year-old silver prune trees, which were grown on his bill 'land between Five and Eight Mile creeks. These Junction City is to have a hank. The Fox valley mines in Grant county are attracting t lie attention of capitalists. T. J. Cozard, living on a ranch six miles east of Burns, had a horse and mule killed by lightning on the night of tit cni ' A tramp has been arrested in Baker j twigs are simply loaded down with fruit, City who threatened to burn the town. ! and they afford another pro...

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