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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 4 December 1891

ffli Is' 11 II If THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1891. NUMBER 51. VOL. 1. II is rfr rfr HI n 1 1 T. A. HCDSO.h, Notary Pub!! THDRHBURY &HUDS0H, -U.S. Land Office Attorneys Rooms 7 and 8, IT. S. Land . Office Bnilding, THE DALLES, - - - OREGON. Filings, Contests, And Business of all Kinds Before the Local and General Lan Office Promptly Attended to. Over Sixteen Years Experience. -WK ALSO DO A- General BealJIsiale Business. All Correspondence Promptly Answered. S. L. YOUNG, Successor to K. BECK.) -DEALER IN- I i, CL Jewelry, Diamonds, SME1J WAftE,:-: ETC Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired and Warranted. 165 Second St.. The Dallea.Or. TH3 CQiymDla PacKinQ Co.. PACKERS OF Pork and Beef. MANUFACTURERS OF Pine -Lard and Sausages. Curers of BRAND Dried Beef, Etc. Masonic Building. The Dalles. Or. DIAIOM) - ROLLER - MILL A. H. CURTIS, Prop. i -f iL.D..in i lOUr UI inBDtJblVUdI- ity Always on Hand. C. N. THORNBURY, Late Eec. U. 8. Land Office. m JGKS hi i En, , THE DALLES. 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. — 4 December 1891

Kntcrcd st the I'ostntlicc nt The Dulles, Oregon, i as second-claim mutter. -! SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY MAIL (POSTAGE PRKFAID) IX ADYAKt'K. Weekly, 1 year I 1 SO " 6 mouths. 0 75 8 " 0 SO Daily, 1 Tear .". 6 00 " fi mouth... 8 00 " per " 0 50 Address nil communication to " THE CIIROS ICLE," The Dalles, Oregon. Tbo English tories propose to give the rovernmpnt aid iu its ftTotts to increase the number of small land proprietors in Ort-at Britain. A few of the owners of large eetates express their willingness to sell bat among the more radical element there is a growing feeling that the land for which the proprietors paid nothing and which was a gift from the crown to some favorite and in many cases the re waiil of dishonor and debasement should return without compensation to the . people and be divided among the actual cultivators. We are informed that the Union Fauifie company has made a cut in its freight rates on the Baker between The Dalles and Portland equal to about half the prese...

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 December 1891

THI DA11IS, - - OREGON' FRIDAY. - DECEMBER 4, 1S91. LOCAL AS!) rEKSOSAL. will have a grand goods on Saturdav Tom Fargher of Dufur ia in the city. J. H. Hosier of Mosier is in tho city. C. B. Don of Antelope was in the city Tuesday. A. X. Hope of Cascade Locks is at the Umatilla housr. C. E. Jones of tiie Moro Observer was in the city Wednesday. J. H. Sherar of Sherar's Bridge came into town this morning. Half an inch of snow fell on Tygh Ridge yesterday morning. Jas. Alter and J. A. Spar of the 'Warm " Spring agency are in the city. D. E. Camming of the Goldendalo 'Conner was in the city Tuesday. E. C. Miller of Hood River gave the Chbonicle office a pleasant call today. B. Savage and J. B. Matrill of "tt'amic were among The Dalles visitors Wednes day. . W. E. Garretson opening of holiday evening next. George Herbert of the Mt. Hood hotel. Hood River, was registered at the Uma tilla house Tuesday O. P. Heald of Hood River is attending circuit court, having been retained in the case ...

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 December 1891

The Weekly vsniuiiisie. THE DALLES, - OREGON FRIDAY, - DECEMBER 4, 1891. LOCAL AND PERSONAL The river ia about two feet above low water 'mark. - Henry - Deerbake of Prineville was in the city Friday. About 1300 cords of fir and oak wood lie on the beach. Hon. G. W.' and Mrs. Johnston of Dufur were town Firday. ' G. D. Woodworth and J. T. Griffeths of Wasco were ia town Saturday. ' H. G. Jordan of.Sherar's Bridge came up from Portland on the noon passenger - Saturday. Miss Charlotte Roberts, who is con fined to her room with lung fever, is re . ported much better. Dr. Candiana, of the Cascade Locks and S. J. La France, of Hood River were spending Saturday in the city. , Barley brings only 37 cents a bushel in Prineville. Wheat brines 80 cents rye 50 cents and oats 35 cents. . The sum of $400 has . been rai towards constructing a telephone line between Wasco and Moro in Sherman county. It would not be a bad idea to hire a small boy to clean the lamps of the arc lights. It would certai...

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 December 1891

NUMBER 52. VOL. 1. THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1891. t. A. HCDSO. Notary Puhl.ir THOPOBYiPSt D.S. Land Office Attorneys Booms 7 and 8, U.1 S. Land Office Building, TlflpDALLES, - !-. OREGON. Filings, Contests, And Business of all Kinds Before the Local . and General Lan Office Promptly Attended to. er Sixteen Years Experience. -WE ALSO DO A- GeneraKMJsiate Business. i All Co- rretpoi mdence Promptly Answered. S. L. YOUNG, (SncUfciifVr to K. BECK.'i - -DEALER IS- ITCHES. - Jewelry, Diamonds, Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired and Warranted. . 165 Second St. , The Dalles.Or. -0v HeCBliifii PcwuflCo., PACKERS OF - oFktii Beef . MANCKACTCRERSOF , Fine " Lard "and 1 Sausages. Curers of Dried Beef, Etc. Masonic Building. The Dalles. Or. DIAMOND A. H. CURTIS," Prop. lour of the Best Qual ity Always on Hand. THE DALLES. OREGON. SNIPES & KIHERSLY. and Retail DniaJsts. -DEALERS IN- Fine Imported, Key West and Domestn PAINT - 4ir is the time to paint your bouse and if you wi...

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 December 1891

w Entered at the Poetoffiee at The Dalles, Oregon, as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY MXIL (POSTJLOI FBCFAID) tM ADVANCE Weekly, 1 year. w 1 1 5? 6 months. o 75 S " Dally, 1 year. AV " 4 months. u per " ... o 50 ... 6 00 rrr-aoo Address all communication to " THE ICLfc," Th Dalles, Oregon. - i . The dispatches iuform ns that Senator Dolph wiil introduce a nunibor.-ef bills during the present session of congress, for the improvement ol the Columbia river. This was to be expected as a matter of course, but it reminds us that the last appropriation for the works at the Cascades will soon be exhausted and that we owe to our posterity, if not to ourselves to give the senator and bis colleagues all the moral support we can in their efforts to obtain another appro priation. If The Dalles has practically solved the question of an open river for herself we do not forget that the major part of the Inland Empire is still at the mercv of the railroads and unable to avail itself 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. — 11 December 1891

The Weekly Gtooniele THI DALLES, - -. - - OBEGON RIDAY, - - DECEMBER 11, 1891 LOCAL AND PEBSOSAL. one man was killed and several severely i (continued from tecond page) iniured ' bonndaries is easy. "A very considerable Captain E. F. Coe of Hood River is at of C. R. Bone, of Hood River, was in the city Tuesday. . ' reter Moor, of Hood Kiver, was in town Tuesday. Mr. A. D. McDonald, of Monkland gave this office a pleasant call Tuesday . We understand that the Union Pacific has raised the passenger rates on the D. S.Baker. We are pleased to learn that the wife of M.'J. Anderson, of Dufur, who has been quite sick is improving. A, business council of the grange will meet at Summit grange hall nearNansene on Tuesday and Wednesday the I5th and 16 th instant. Mr. and Mrs. George Rice and Mrs, Elizabeth Soutberland, of Boyd, left on the Regulator Wednesday morning on a short trip to California. A private letter received Wednesday from Major Ingalls contains . these words "The world's fair s...

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 December 1891

The Weekly Chronicle. THE DALLES, OREGON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11,1891. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. put him off. Olserr had to walk back to ; town in the dark, a distance of about two miles, where he remained overnight i and went home on' the Regulator next j the sick are convalescing, and the - lVamlc Items. Wamic, Nov. 28, 1891. There are no accidents to chronicle, of The lumber ijr the M. E. church has commenced to arrive on Saturday William Farre, formerly of Antelope and now of Dayville, Grant county, is in the city. John Divers a well known farmer the Hood River valley was in the city Saturday. - Dr. V. E. Rinehart returned Fri day afternoon from a professional trip to Anacortes, Frank Malone, a prominent stockman of Clarno's Ferry, in this county, was in the city Friday Amos' Root, a prominent and success ful fruit raiser from Hosier gave this office a pleasant call Monday. Leon Hunting, Peter Kercheiner and Peter Knudson, of Grass v alley, ave this office a friendly call Monday. Dr. Rich...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 18 December 1891

r er 11 ii fj 7 VOL. II. THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1891. NUMBER 1. f .. l .a r 7J HELD FOR SALVAGE. His Vfcale Bart Steamer Tawed Into Pen A LARGE HOP YIELD REPORTED! The Pacific Coast Come In for a Kg Share of the Crop. ITIAMIR MAGGIE ROB DESERTED. Her Craw la uppoed ta Hava Lost While Try lag ta Kearh bare. Portland, Dec II. Pairs were filed this morning in the office of the United States clerk by Frank Upton, owner of the steamship Zambesi, libel ing the w baleLack Charles Wetinorc, which was picked op by the Zambesi Iecember 9, offTHIamook rock, wJtbout a rudder, and towed Into Astoria. The owner of the Zambesi in the libel alleges that the Wet more was In extreme jer!I, and was towed into harbor at great dan ger to the Zambesi. 1230,000 salvage is asked for, and the Wet more is valued at $2.10,000 and h cargo , at $500,000. She is now lying at Astoria In charge of the deputy United State marshal. A Large Hop T 114. Si'Kixc.riELD, Mass., Dec. -11. The hop crop 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. — 18 December 1891

OPERATORS STRIKE. Tts Dispatchers and Operators on tbe Atlantic and Pacific Go Out. PREMIER OF OXTARia SPEAKS. He Gives Mis Ideas on the Reciprocity Question. 1IAK1 TIME OIt lti f A. Khe la visited With Smsl l-poitV ork is the MenateThe Chinese Wont Okw Boston, It. 13. A d'snateh from Albuquerque, New Mexico, says: "Ev ery dispatcher and operator in the em ploy of the Atlantic A Pacific, from thin city to Mojawe, California, has quit work anl all it train are at a standstill. The strike l-egan at 10 o'clock thin morning, but it is not yet known how many men are actually 'out. There are from 00 to S4)0 operators on the South ern Pacific y:cu:, hut it in not known what proportion of that number are member of the te'egraphlc brother hood. Sax Fbamimo, Iec, 1"). Up toioon today the strikers were reported out at San Miguel, Sanardo and Snrlock, Cali fornia, and at four j-oints in Nerada and one in Utah, on the Central Pacific. The rrenvler of Ontario Writes a Letter. Tokonto, IVc. 15. Ol...

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 December 1891

3 Jlorth Washington SITUATED AT THE HEAD OK NAVIGATION. Destined to be the Best Manufacturing Center In the Inland Empire. For Further Information Call at th Offlca of Interstate Investment Go., 0. D. TATIOR, THE OAILES. 72 WASHINGTON ST., PORTLAND. The E. 0. Co-Operative Store CARRIES A FULL USE OF Groceries, Family Supplies, Boots and Shoes, -ALSO A 1 'VIA. laps, Carls, Rearers ni Iter, and all IMs of Airicultiral Comer Federal and Third Streets. THE DALLES, . OREGON. DID YOU KNOW IT I WE ARE AGENTS FQR THE Argand Stoves and Ranges, Garland Stoves and 8ar.g.s, Jcoell's Stoves anJ Ranges, Universal Stoves and Ranges. X'e are also agents fc? tha Celebrated Doynton furnace. .AaaoniHoa and Loaded Shells,' Etc. SANITARY PUUmnir4C A" SPECIALITY. MAIER & BBNTOX. MKT A It 1. 1st! lHi. DEALER m mil btosKepy. A full liao of I .amp, ll.isaA.mi and I -. of nil Li l. fiher pl.-b-d Kern . Fork an! ijoni. When you am selecting your Chritr-a rreents iur.k through my ft'!; ru 1 ;o,i will pvi r...

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 December 1891

The Weekly Chronicle. anything but chicken or hog feed. Plowing in a rainless spring and the '; rohfeqoent towing in the dust haa re Enter .t th. itrllm. I BuIUsd ln thousands o( acre, which it u ocoDd cliu matter, never paid to harvest. It ha long been ' :rr--1 the buaM of Waaco county that the haa fcClwcBIPTlON RATES. I some of the beat wheat landa in Eastern t AiL(rororBBriD)jii dthc. Oregon, and she ban, but volunteering wecElTt l year a a months. - 0 7 M g M . O V) ' ' ' r. t . : . t g immini. w inoxe oi merman county, wmi ii I and spring sowing have scarcely ' the farmer's heads above water. per Addrru all cimmiinlraUnn U THE CHIIO.N ICLK," Tb lMllra, Oregon. kept hile in ferior soil but a better system of farming have been forging ahead and becoming wealthy. The Wasco county farmer, Holman has offered to reduce theexpend-j , Aaothar Hciraaa utory Kipiodrrf. itures 1100,000,000 in return for being! Ki.xiua, X. Y., Dec. 10. Cone Dun made chairman of the committee on ap- j ham, ...

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. — 18 December 1891

I r THC PALIH, ... - - OBIOOS FRIDAY. - - DECEMBER 11, 1891. LOCAL AMD riRHOSAl. Will Walker and w ife of Wasco were n the city Friday. Mra.Slugh Dexter of Klngsley rcg stered at the Umatilla bouse Friday. S. G. Marchle, a prominent farmer of Sherman county, was in the city Sator- y. covery as may be seen In another column of thia issue. Walter II. Moore of Moro was in the city Monday. Terry Snodgrasa of Wapinitia Flat was in the city Monday. Mr. Durpby, formerly of the North Dalles shoe factory, was in the city Mon day. Wasco is going to have a hardware store a long felt want in that thriving burg. C. 11. Cummins of Eight Mile gare the Chkosiclb office a pleasant call Monday. A. F. Russet a former resident of The Dalles now of Tekoa,' Washington was in j the city Monday. A. S. McAlister cam up from 1 Telephone connection has been made tw4 Goldendale, Grants, Biggs and j Jutland Sunday night on a short visit NVa j to his old home. I Mr: ami Mr. C. Chandler of Hood. w J Mencfce of Du...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 18 December 1891

The Weekly Gbfoniele. THE DALLES, - OREGON FRIDAY, - - DECEMBER 18, 1891. LUCAX AND PEKHOXAL. We arc under many obligations to Hon. Pdnger Herman, M. C, for valua ble public document. The Congregational church will hold its prayer meeting this Thursday eve ning at the residence of Mr. 11. S. Hunt ington. Word couies to this ofiVe that a small vein of coal has been discovered on the Seufert property at the mouth of Ten Mile, three miles above this city. The Sherman county bank, of Wascn, was incorporated Monday, with r&piul stock of (20,000; incorporators, ' M. A. Moody, W. M. P.rntt and V. C, Brock. Twentr-ono cases ot diphtheria are reiiortcd in Portland for tho present month, but most of the caves are of a mild tye and are easily handled by the physician. A private letter from Mora' informs u that tl. D. Poarduiau of Kutledgc has found the Lank check for t223, which h lost a few days ago and which was advertised in there columns. The tire that was kindled in this city on Septe...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 18 December 1891

(7 A at Bar Abmt an II U "rirat MgkL." The famous play, "The Lady' of irons, was in rehearsal In the early rt of 1S38. On the evening of Thurs- hy, Feb. 13, it was announced for rep lantation. , Curiosity had been for ne time excited regarding the power id brilliancy of this play, and the first presentation was therefore attended by i on usually large audience. Men and men of rank 'and fashion filled the jxea, The curtain rose, and the play ,"an amid breathless interest. Ma- i-aJy, who took the pa of Claude lnotte, had nerer acted with greater fee and energy; Miss Faucit (now Lady jirtin) played with dignity and grace; 1 before the first act waa finished t ry rue predicted that the drama old pve successful. 'urios.Yy regarding the anthor was v rife. A thousand surmises were leas to Lis name. None seemed to Vgnize the work as Bolwer'a. As the v went on the applause increased. la Fancit not merely won plaudits, she t tears from the andience. "Her indication of changed feeling," says i...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 18 December 1891

L i i - i J Clarar Sta,llat.. An elegantly dressed, wofiian lately en tered a Paris jeweler's shop and asked to some valuable cold pina. While aha Trm Hatband hnM B H JodgFinletter, in charging the jnry In a case tried in common pleas court, gave an opinion emphatically onstaining John C. IPKHure w as elected mayor of rendlrton on the 7th inst. An exchange sadly says : The outlook was examining them a man began play-1 the ribt ot nnlands to role their for Oregon i sad indeed. Neither liar- The unit was that of John Yates to WAfihinirtnn. i - n ' ins a barrel organ before the door. The music seemed to annoy the lady, and stepping to the door she threw a piece of ; money to the man and told him to go away, which he did at once. On returning to the counter she said that none of the pins suited her, bnt that as some compensation for the trouble she Lad given, she would buy a brooch. She accordingly chose one, paid ten francs for it, and was leaving the shop when the jeweler inifwed a di...

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. — 25 December 1891

C I 1 VOL. II. THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1891. NUMBER 2. TROUBLE IS EXPECTED. . Tfce TelOTli Operators Must Cdt ftfr Crier or TtsirfcrL THf MEN REFl'SE TO COMPLY. The Insurance' Kates Ilciug Raked on Wholesale Houses. THE WATEK WAtl COKTKHTIOK They Wul Congress to de Kemetfcing Not so Bad as Kc ported Killed on Soaplclen. Omaha, IS. An order wu i oat yesterday to the telegraph r per ton working for the Fremont. Elk bora A Missouri valley road, notifying th men that they must leave the order of rail war telegrapher or leave the service of the company. This morning the super intendent of the road received a reply from feveral men refuting to obtr the order and trouble is exited. It I said that similar orders have been sent to all men employed on the entire Chicago and Northwestern system. Insurance Kates Cietag Up. Minneapolis. Minn., Dec. 18. The local insurance agents have received in strurttions from their home office" that dating from toddy rates on risk on wholesal...

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. — 25 December 1891

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1891. CAUGHT BY MEXICANS. A Captain and Ms Trocp an.Har.lial Hell np. THE APPOINTMENTS CONFIRMED. The Steamship Abyssinia Burned at Sea. NO LIVEN ItEfOKTEII LOST. Too HmiUm Will Taka all That Is, Rent A (Meaner Capalsed Fell Dm tbe Elevator Shaft. Washington, Iec. 22. The president today nominated the following postmas ters for Washington : Francis O. Cole, Snohomish; Convene O. Cole, New Whatcom; George W. Clney, South Bend. The secretary of flute received a dis patch from the United States' consul, at I.areds, saving that Captain Kardee, of the third cavalry, and his troops to gether with the United State marshal, were surrounded ncarFort Mcintosh Texas, by a large body of Mexican In surants, under Garcia. It if not k no an whether the Americana are at liberty or are prisoners. The matter was referred to the war department, and a telegram and inquiry an sent to Genera! Stanley, commanding the department of Texas, and a reply waa re...

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. — 25 December 1891

c fcHE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1891. Washington Horth Dalles, Yashington SITUATED AT THE HEAD OF NAVIGATION. Destined to be the Best Manufacturing Center In the Inland Empire. Best Selling Property of the Season In the Northwest For Further Information Call at the Office of Interstate Investment . Go.,. 0. IV TAYLOR,' THE DAUES. 72 WASHINGTON ST., PORTLAND. The E. 0. Go-Operative Store CARRIES A FULL LINE OF Groceries, Family Supplies, Boots and Shoes, -ALSO A FULL LINE OF- Waps, Carts, Reapers ait Mowers, and all Ms of Auricnltnral Implements. Corner Federal and Third Streets, THE DALLES, - OREGON. DID YOU KNOW IT I WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE Argand Stoves and Ranges, Garland Stoves and flanges, Jemell's Stoves and Ranges,' Universal Stoves and Ranges. We are also agents foF the Celebrated Boyntoo parnaee. ' . Ammunition and Loaded Shells, Ete. SANITARY PLiOmBItfC A SPECIALITY. MAIER & BENTON. ETABLI9IIE1 1M. LESLIE BUTLER, -DEALER IN- Groceries gnd Groekery. A...

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. — 25 December 1891

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1891. The Weekly Ghtoniele. Entered at the PoatoflW at Th PaUca. Orefrlu, a aecond-claaa matter. SCItsCRIPTION RATES. T mail (rofTAOS rurxio) IS ADVAICtg Woeklr, 1 year II month. S FOOLISH ECOSOMY. "The fifty-second congress in going to be an 'economical' one," says the Alov ian. "No extravagant appropriations are going to le made. So the demo cratic majority announce. That's busi ness. But the result will be in accord- so ft r anre with the majority's ilea of 'economy.' Already it is g'ven out that i to his readers, if not to himself. n.n. i tm f tiitit ierevri i verv nine lor nver anu - - ' "V - J . - : m IT'.. Si w haibor appropriation. That is not Addrwm all rororannJraUon to "THE CH RON- ! economy. That is folly. Theit! ICLK," Tba Dalle. Oregon. would be nnfeignedly sorry if it were j Chilian Matter, otherwise. It seeks no man's ruin and ; New Yohk, Dec. 10. A special from hopes the Mountaineer may live as long j Washington to t...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
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