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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 30 October 1891

nl tirntitic 1 it 1 II THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1891. NUMBER 46. VOL. 1. A DEFAULTING TELLER. He Gets Away With $100,000 of the Bank's Money No Arrests Have Been Made. An Entire Boat .Crew Drowned Land Opened for Settlement -Information on the Chilian Trouble. Will Put on a Line of Steamers Another Stage Robbery A Railroad Wreck. New Orleans, Oct. 23. Everything is quiet at the Louisiana National bank this morning, and np to noon no arrests bad been made, and there is soi 'o doubt as to whether there will be any. In an interview with Morns, presi- dent.of the clearing house, this morning regarding Garcia's defalcation, he said : "Eugene F. Garcia,- paying teller of the Louisiana National bank, is a defaulter in the sum of $190,000. . It was first dis covered on the 8th of October, but the full extent of the defalcation was on ly demonstrated on the 17th." : An Entire Boat's Crew Drowned. Pabis, Oct. 23. Advices from Brest announce that the long boa of the Aus terlitz,...

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 October 1891

"Union Pacific men report that their Entered at the Ptofce at The Dalle, Oregon, j dalles boats are djing a largely increased as sceoni-cUn matter. s business oit account of their recent cut "1)1 i lliLt iiiti fXUOD. jaud ls submerging the railroads and highways. In many parte of the- prov- : : ; : " ! in passenger . '" rates." The boats are SUBSCRIPTION rates. j certainly earn ing some fifty cent pas- BT MAU. (POSTAGE ritKrAID) IS ADVASCB. ." , i ' . ...US-l. Weekly, 1 year. 1 so ; senge and a little freight part of Which " 6 months"!" 75 ; at least is practically stolen from the Ually.Jyew......";!!!!"!.'"!;""!"." 6 oo j people's boats through means that the " Je"""1''" ', o 50 j uipny'9 agent at Portland best un- Address all eomraunicaaon to " THE CHROX- j derstand. Quite frequently the Baker's ICLE," The Dalles. Oregon. , cargo consists of goods plainly addressed ! to the care of The Dalles, Portlaud and Astoria . Navigation Company. "Mis- i i kiucd u i til. a jwuv. "lt f Oklaho...

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 October 1891

The Weekly Chronicle, j THK DALLES, - . - OREGON : Vhite Salmon at the ame time. Four I teen passengers were awaiting at the landing and thirteen of them got on the i Regulator. Ten passengers got on the ! peoples' boat at Hood River and the ' j Regulator stopped at every landing be- FRIDAY, - - - - OCTOBER30, J891. 1 tween here and the Cascades, while the ! Baker made only 7 " White Salmon and the other at the wood ; LOCAL. AND l KKSONAL. . yard At twQ an(1ingg )low the locks j : ' ' ! there was a lot of hav, grain and other j Crook county script is selling at ninetv farm nrndnw which the I'nion Pacific : umbia. 1 lit-' i,SJl.'L1.5''"I'iTrt u E i there and A t Itiseh'n View a to Why It Shou Kc Itullt on the North Side. Editor Chronicle: , rgfYrrL,,'u.jiylri"u-l-'i.iui.-ii.w-!y- ia placed ni, their DanKg. Ill 1 stibbo'se.' for instance; that for some dlasSes of heavy, merchandise olir mer- j I .hii tfi&i nhliired to establish ware- j houses on Vb& btlier side of the river, t...

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 October 1891

The UeeMy Ghronicle THK DALLES, ORIGOX FRIDAY, - OCTOBER 30. 1891. LOCAL AKD FEKBONAL. Mr. B. Kelsay, of Fossil, is in the city. Hon. W. H. Bigga of Wasco is in the city. Hon. J. D. Lee of East Portland is in the city. . J. H. Mosier of Mosier gave this office a pleasant call Monday. O. L. Stranaghan and J. L. Langille of Hood Kiver, are in the city. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Benefiel of Lexing ton Morrow county are in the city the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Taylor. Donald McKay a native of Scotland declared his intention of becoming a citizen of the United States, Friday at the county clerk's office. Mr. J. B. Pinkerton, contracting agent ' for the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad company, is in the city in the interest of his company. " The Regulator towed np a scow load of piles Thursday evening for the new wharf at this place and Mr. Walsh, the foreman is having them driven at a very lively gait. A few unlicensed dogs are being daily " impounded and a wholesale business is expect...

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. — 6 November 1891

iff! 1 1 , A . J I I I Av ii 14 jk , a. x " m7i r : . , , On imi.au THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1891. NUMBER 47. VOL. 1. V. EARTHQUAKE IN JAPAN The Cities of Hiop and Osaka Redeye a : Severe SliaMng Up. ' THREE HUNDRED PEOPLE KILLED. at V And a Great Many Buildings Totaly Destroyed. NOTHING HEARD IN WASHINGTON. The Japan Minister ha Heard Nothing of the Affair A Child Burned to Ieath. London, Oct. 29. Dispatches have beea received this evening from Japan announcing that the telegraph . wires beyond Hiogo and Osaka were tdown. It was added there had bee an earth quake .at Hiogo, and a .rumor was cur rent that a great amount of property had been destroyed and that the loss of life was considerable. Hiogo is a sea port town of Japan, on the island of Hondo, and is situated about twenty miles by rail . f rom Osaka. ' Hiogo is a fine harbor at the head of the gulf of Osaka, and adjacent to Kobe. It' is lighted with gas gnd has a number of fine public buildings. The seaport ha...

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. — 6 November 1891

iii&t -twrc a rr ,vo a XfXl i c v well "try to save a dogs life by cutting sl'bnCi'.ii'TlON HATES. ' rRBrAlUJ IH aDVASLC ...... .ff.i.kl 'UkSnJ (I,. .. TK Weekly, 1 year $ 1 ; w "s"' " " " j b inontus o chbon'iclk - lias uo idea inai ttovernor i 'MtdliiS U 1 yliilljliOil iUt WSjf ilOlill) T" BUr." theSummerrille Bank From dinrch. 0 50 6 TO 3 00 Dally, 1 year. 6 month st. -.. . per " Address all communication to " TIIE CHRON (CLE," The Dulles, Oregon. Pennover would thiuk for a moment of ' calling an axtra session of the legislature j HTFVFn 'rK CR,F," a? I for this or any other parpen. His ex- FRIGHTENED M HCR CRIES. the or DIPHOMAXTA CURE. ! cellencv does not like the Oregon legisla- j turc any too well to be anxious to meet ! it and even if it were convened the j i people have no assurance whatever that j Devout Christians have long declared jj Would pass the measure desired. Our j that nothing but the saving grace of re- j onjy hope for a portage on this side the ligion could...

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. — 6 November 1891

V THE DALLKS, OBKUOX ; FRIDAY, - - - NOVEMBER 6, J 891. LOCAL AXU rKKSONAL. Lice lias Lcii ooiiyca lo ix'nigit Ins j office on account of protracted illness, i He expects to spend the winter in Cali- fornia. " Dr. W". M. Lee of Hartlmid, deputy j master of the Washington state grange, ; gave this omce a pleasant call today. , , ... . ., 1 The doctor "has just returned from the Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Sherar are in the; A ; ,. , . . , . j northern part of his own state where he " ! Vina luun Kavinrv wul QlliVAGfl in ftrcrnniv- Fall plowing has commenced on Tygh 1 granges. He called to av that he I d"etor for lrac of l fr0I RidS- lis Leader and admirer of the CHnoci-Kllr T xr f ti .' ., f.i: , i . j .. i topof grade) are i82.oC. This includes ami.j. KJ. iiuiTns lame mm muuuav ana ig inUCIl meuseu uri ITJIICJC u . 7 . . . from Hood River on the Regulator. j is taking in all matters relating to the i .i. ... iA n I well being of the farming classes. The Mcintosh was admitted to full- citize...

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. — 6 November 1891

- - oitEooy i feiday; -" - - November e; i89i. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mart Gregg the well-known black , smith of Hay Creek, Crook County is in the city. - Mr. L. Samnels, late of the West Shore now with the Equitablj Life Insnrance . society of Xew York is in the city. ' Rev. A. C Spencer is now at home in , the European house where he will be - pleased to meet his friends at all times. John McKenna, for many years an employe at the company's shops in this city, and now of La Grande, is visiting friends here. Wheat has advanced within the past week five cents a cental. The Portland price for Walla Walla wheat Friday was $1.45, or eighty-seven cents per cental. The farmers who this year till their ' soil with, the plow and cultivate their land will have jnst.aa good crops as those who do their work with their mouths. ' - - The Klickilat Leader says the keeping of the Regulator on the Columbia river is worth f 100 a year to" every farmer owning a quarter section of land in J,be Klickitat ...

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. — 13 November 1891

III i ti ii ii ii ir ii AX VOL. 1. THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1891. NUMBER 48. 1 SHERMAN'S OPINION. leGiTes His Views on tlie Resclts of the Recent Election. .-'THE INTERSTATE LAW. TH15KS THE TARIFF IS SETTLED And Free Silver Will Be the Issue in the Next Fight. A BAD MAN ARRESTED. The Irish Tote today Want the lands Allotted The Convict Return to Charleston. the most important officials at Rio, had ! the following to say this afernoon rela tive to the troubles in the South Ameri can republics: j There is no revolution in Brazil, nor SKa? Lnmoer Finn nnto S.; great, cuagriii t me ireaiv ui reciprocity ; recently made with the United States. ; Ever since President da Fonseca signed the treaty English agents have been ' howling into the ears of the younger congressmen that great injustice had ! been done Brazil and large sums of . money thereby lost. This impelled the j younger congressmen to carry on the fight. When this became apparent to I Fonseca he said to these con...

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. — 13 November 1891

me lit: KiitiTWl at tlie I"rtf :e at us seeond-cluss matter. SUBSCRIPTION nV II All. (POSTAGE PBEFAID) IS ADVANCE w hUc our weekly edition reaches more, The following letter was received yes- readers in this and adjoining counties; rdny by Mr. George A . Filloon from a Xhp Vatlesj Oreu, -illlul n P"1" published here or else- j prominent capitalist of Portland and it where.' . me success oi ttie uhkomcle i bo mny expresses me general senuuieni, - in phenomenal. Starting out in the ! of the people tip this way that we have RATES. ! teeth of intensely bitter optioeition it requested permission of Mr. Filloon to M LJU jUnVL A ) OI 1 ' 1 7j t lta t'e 77 lives occasioned , ...-, i by the sinking of the Indian government ' j steamer, Enterprise, which foundered at ; -."'- j Andaman Island, and the killing of GO: Still- MINT Prfiliarfltinil tn KMrfi Hhlli I convicts, there is no doubt there has j Weekly, 1 year. " 6 months.. " 3 " Daily, I year. :.. ' 0 months . per I 1 50 . O ia . 50 . 00 ...

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. — 13 November 1891

'Editor of the Chronicle: THE DALLES, - - OREGON- FRIDAY. - NOVEMBER 13, 1891 'ooo. New ties are being plat ed in thc; ' In the daily issue of your most valua main track of the railroad directlv in ' ble paper on the 7th appears the follow- front of the Umatilla House. , LOCAL AND lVEttSON'AL. Superintendent Troy Shelly ban moved his family into The Dalles where they expect to remain during the winter. . J. O.. Warner of Xansene, who lately Wheat it bring SO cents a buehel at ! rented his rancli on tho Canyon City North Dalles. ; road, will leave in the morning for W. L. Ward of Boyd gave the Chrox- Southern Arizona. icle office a pleasant call Tuesday. ) Fourteen candidates lor tempers' cer- I. J. Norman was able to be out on j tilicates are being examined at the court the. street Wednesday, after a severe j house by superintendent Shellv, C. L. illness of two weeks. - j Gilbert and Mi.s Annie Lang. Stock Inspector Vernon Roberts has , There will be a meeting of the I. O. appointed...

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. — 13 November 1891

J THE IIALLIS, - - OKEGOX FRIDAY, - - NOVEMBER 13,1891 LOCAL AND PEltSOXAl. Condon, in Gilliam county. attorney and a furniture store. .' . State Senator Blackman passed , through the city Monday on the iioon , jmssenger. j Internal revenue reports show that J Montana haa a saloon for every eixty in- habitauts. carry j The Baker City Blade urges the or I ganization of a committee for the driv ing of thieves tinhorns picK-pockels anu thugs" out of the city. Robert Bradley of Boyd has traded his ranch on Union Hollow for a ranch Benton conntv, formerly owned by wants an i.eion'ers court met on' Wednesday with a j In fact Dr. Kiuehart himself has a fourth j of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy that it j 1 1 1 iM0Tnt. nrmin ' cava faootc 4 ZnA- full attendance. The following business I interest in, the concern. A private letter berry & AVorley, Percy, Iowa.""" They was transacted : . ' to the doctor from " bU brother contains-; lsn add that the remedy has given great ! The surveyor's Teoor...

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. — 20 November 1891

(dffl FliFi 0ntiiTiiitiFirir mi VOL. 1. THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1891. NUMBER 49. REVOLUTION IN BRAZIL! Dictator Fonseca Mmg Preparations to Stamp It Out . KILLED BY A CALIFORNIA JUDGE. The Defendant in a Suit Shot by the Judge in the Case. MORMONS AT WORK IX RUSSIA, The Government Has Determined to Drive Them OutHe is Fmld, to Stay Away. London, Nov. 12. Today's advices from Rio Grande Do Sul give the rea sons for the secession of that province. One ih that, owing to the distance of the province from Rio Janeiro, its interests do not attract the attention they de serve. Another is that the state prefers to govern itself, and does not agree with the general policy of guiding affairs at the north. Da Fonseca is, all r amors to the contrary, notwitbstandiag, in ap parently good health, and able to make a - vigorous campaign. It is reported in Monte Video that Da Fonseca has de clared his positive resolution to put down the rebellion in the south, and to employ, if need...

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 November 1891

Lercd ul Uie i'ofcUiii-ce aiPtiie Lanes, Ort-ou, as second-clara matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. T MAIL (TOSTAGB rUT AID) IM AOTAKCS. Weekly, 1 year. 1 52 " 6 months. 0 75 j 0 50 Daily, year. J " months. S 00 . m per 0 50 ' Address all communication to " THE CHRON ICLE," The Dalles, Oregon. qraui hits the nail square) y on the head and describes the situation exactly as it is. When this journal, opposed the per fidy of McCoy in his successful effort to defeat the Raley hill the Timei-Mount-aineer flew to McCoy's defense and when the Chronicle denounced the hirelings citizens of The Dalles who would sell themselves to the Union Pacific for a little coin to cripple the peoples' boats, it had to lift its voice alone, so far as the the newspapers of this city are concerned, says the Telegram. The Dalles Timet-ifountaineer criti cises the governor for not calling an ex tra session of the legislature to provide for a portage around the dalles. While the Telegram is as earnestly and as en thus...

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 November 1891

UC UMlUOUlUCi TUB rAI.I.B8, OREGON FRIDiY, - - NOVEMBER 20, 1891 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. J. J. Lucky of Hood River was in town today. J. W. Kenna of Hood River is at the Umatilla house. For an iteresting item see John Booth's new advertisement. Get a free sample of compressed yeast of John Booth the grocer, tomorrow only. Arizona has a lake of ink, several streams of milk and a mountain of sul phur. Advices to shippers received by letter this morning quote wheat three cents lower than it was last Monday. Hon. G. W. Johnston, Hon. H. H. Dafor, F. C. Sexton and R. G. Sigman of Dufur were in town Wednesday. James Brown of Tygh valley, George W. Bnrlingame of Wamic and John Dnrenkamp of Antelope are in the city. The hoboes still endeavor to nse the wool sacks at the Wasco warehouse for beds at night but are not always success ful. Congregational church prayer meeting this evening at 7 :30 o'clock at the rooms of the pastor, Zimmerman place, Second street. The Chronicle thanks "Uncle Toby fo...

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 November 1891

The Weekly Ghroniele. TilK DALLES), OREGON FRIDAY, - "- NOVEMBER 20, 1881 LOCAL AND FKBSONAL. A large deposit of iron ore has been discovered in Union county. . w Tb first snow of the season fell on the Klickitat bills on Wednesday night. -The Columbia river is now stationary abont four feet above low' water mark Eighty-eight cents a bnshel is being paid for wheat at the Rockland landing. . B. McAtee, A. Swift, William Cantrel and wife and William Allen of Tygh Valley are in the city. Master Waldo Brigham of Dufur is now in the employ of W. E. Garretson the jeweler, learning the business. Multnomah and Lane county alii' " ' ances have declared in favor of the third Dartv and there is little doubt that all the other alliances will follow suit. ; Hugh Glenn would like to get a chance to lick the thief who stole his umbrella ' out of hisoffice, with his name worked on it. Will the thief kindly leave his address at this office. .- - - The Chboxicle is elad to hear that William Woodcock,...

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 November 1891

1 n j VOL. 1. THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1891. NUMBER 50. A SERIOUS ACCIDENT. Ciller Engineer Lillis of Tacoia Fatally Injured. RUX OVER BY A HOSE CART. The Brazilian Insurgents can not Tfust Each Other. TBOl'BLE BREWING FOlt SWEDEN. Norway Liable to Hectare Its Independ-enee- He ' Fasted ' a Little Too Long. Tacojia, Wash,, Nov. l'J. A most f ' shocking and fatal accident accurred this morning. About 8 a. 111., an alarm of fire was turned in from Jefferson and C streets. - Chief H. M. Lillis and Assist ant Chief Packinghaiu started down Pacific avenue. As they came opposite Tenth street a heavy hosecart with three horses abreast came into the avenue at a furious pace, colliding with the chief's buggy, throwing both men to the pave ment and running over them. Both are seriously injured, and physicians Say ' there is no hope of recovery. Lillis has concussion of the brain as well as other injuries. He has been a most efficient and trustworthy officer, and manv re grets ...

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 November 1891

Kntered at the Postoffiee at The Dalles, Oregon, aa second-class matter. " SUBSCRIPTION KATES. BY KAIL (roSTAGK rKIFjLID) Ut ADVANCE. Weekly, 1 year. I 1 50 14 6 months. 0 75 s " 0 SO Dally, 1 year. 00 " 6 months. 8 00 ". per " - 50 Address all communication to " THE CHKOS ICLE," The Dalles, Oregon. THE UNITED. STATES OF BRAZIL. . The "United States of Brazil" is a term which just now one has to use with unpleasant qualification andnncer talnty. Whether General Fonseca is president, usorper, dictator or tyrant will be clearer when the press and the telegraph of that country get release from the present governmental manipn lation. Fonseca declares that he loyaf to the republic, and that althougl he has dispersed the congress, he has called a meeting of a new congress .for January, which he expects will revise the constitution to suit his own notions as to what a constitution for such a re' public as Brazil should be. The Brazil ian "States ' are spread over an iqv men ae territory ne...

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 November 1891

THE DALLES, - ORKGON FRIDAY, - - NOVEMBER 27, 1891 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. this Mr. W Wing, of Wamic, gave office a pleasant call today. One or two cases of measles are . ported at the old fort. Mr. Hugh jurlay has gone out Dnfur on a abort trip. Mr. Jack Nolan, of Wainic ia visiting friends in The Dalles for a few days. Look at McFarland & French's flaming "ad" in today's paper. It's a stunner, Mrs. C. H. Haynes and Mr. Morten of Hood Kiver came up on the noon train Tuesday. - Mr. A.'A. Urkhart's little daughter is quite sick with something that resem bles the scarlet fever. - ; '.Mr. Limeroth of Fifteen Mile creek. 'save the everereen trees in. the court yard a much needed trimming yester day. '- ' " Wheat is selling at 90 cents per bushel at North Dalles. In our city prices ranee from 86 to 90 cents according to grade. We noticed a fine lot of tat nogs in the Saltmarshe & Co. .stock yards Tuesday which are to be shipped to the Portland market. A marriage license was isued thi...

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 November 1891

William Holder, state lecturer oi tutT Tiiii dalles. - - - - - 0KKGOX j grange was in the city Sunday. ! Countv Commissioner Franlc FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 27. 1891. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. A. J. Dufur, jr., of Dufur gave the Chbosicle ofBce a pleasant call Friday. Hay is going begging in Gilliam cosmty at 3 a ton says the Fossil Jour nal. Coal is being carried from Buffalo to Duluth, a distance of over a thousand miles for ten cents a ton. . John Topar of Dufur has rented his farm and will soon remove to Champoeg where he is going into the business of hop-raising. ' Hon. Sol. Hirsch IT. S. Minister to Turkey, passed through the city Thurs day last, on his way to Constantinople, which he expects to reach about the new .. year. Mr. ?olk Mays, of the Wallowa valley. son of Mayor Mays is on a visit to his parents. He says they had quite a enow Strom already in the Wallowa and that the thermometer ran down to zero last Sunday morning. ' - Major G. W. Ingalls stoppd off the noon passenger tridayou ...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
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