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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 27 February 1891

r 81 ml IS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1891. VOL. 1. NUMBER 10. WE'RE NOT IN IT. .The Senate Defeats the $50,000 lodebt cdnesa Proposition and Don't Give hs Even a Railroad Commissioner. Congress Kills the Free Coinage Bill' : Almost an Accident to the Sher man Funeral Train. TBB LAST DAT. Tne World' Fair and Tha Dallas SO, OOO Indebt.dn.ss Bill. Killed. Salbx, Feb. 20. The House this .morning paused the following Senate . bills:': ; - ' i Fulton's bill for the sale of tide and swamp lands; bill allowing justices to , commit persona to the insane asylum in the absence of county judges; bill against boycotts Fulton's bill exempt - ing railroads to be built within two years from taxation. In the Senate the World's fair bill failed. . The bill authorizing The Dalles to incur an indebtedness of o0,000 failed qn motion of third reading. A motion to indefinitely postpone the bill was also lost. - A joint resolution, that public build ing commissioners be constituted a com , mittee of arbitration...

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 February 1891

TJieleeidy unionieie Enteral at the Postofflce at The Dalles, Oregon, u recona-cuua matter. 8UB8CBIPT10N SATES. T MAIL (roSTAOB nSrAIO) W ADTAXCS. Weekly, 1 year...., ... 1 SO " .6 months. 1 0 75 " S " 0 69 Dally, 1 year.......; 6 00 " months. a S 00 " per 0 50 Address all communication to THE CHBON llll.h,," The Ualles, Oregon. expectation that it would pass easily, Ine most adverse opinion by those not in favor of appropriatfng so large a sum, was "I'm afraid it will . pass." To say that Senator Kaley did not wish it to pass is simple nonsense. To say . that the democrats killed the bill is just as untrue as it would be to sav that the re publicans killed it. It is sad to say it, it is humiliating to confess it, but our belief is that E. O. McCoy backed by Miller of Josephine did more to defeat the bill than any other man. Why did he do so? Alas ! We wish we knew. MOraraEl).!ABO0T DA1BV PRODUCTS C. T. U. COLUMN We herewith, present our profoundest " obeisance to the readers of The...

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 February 1891

The Weekly Gtooniele. A RAILROAD DISASTER. BALIES, - OREGON FRIDAY, FEB. 27. 1891 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. sheep Overland travel in better than usual - -this season. C. H. Southern of 15oyil was in the - city Tuesday. ' ' . 1 Hev. Dr. Elliot oi Portland, in sojoin-'-. lag at Hood River. There is money in good mntton . ; -at any time of the year. . . . . Mays & Crowe are making a success in -' their new business venture. ," Snow- at' Stoddard's mill in Hood Kiver valley is five feet deep. " If it only freezes a little tonight there will be many coasting parties out. " ' . ' J. Howard Wagner : was admitted to ' full citizenship, Monday in the District court. ; Miss Minnie Smith, Miss Handley anl Miss Thomas of Dnfur, are registered at the Umatilla House. ' ' The sample shoes of the Boston Shoe "... and Leather company are still the subject i". of much favorable comment. - '.j Mr. Samuel Burgess of Bake Oven is in the city.". Hee ports stock in-good con- ditianand stockmen happy. . y ; ...

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 February 1891

UJioSeleT THI DAUI8, OREflOX FEIDAT, - FEB. 27. 1891 LOCAL AND PKKSONAL. US Mr. Uriah Servise of Moro, gave a pleasant call Saturday morning. -l-' The price of beef has raised half a cent per pound within a few days. .April 6th is now the time appointed ' for receiving filings on the forfeited lands, - ;ine rrett shore wiu come oat witn a new dress and in a new form next week, - Our thanks are due to Representative -' : Hilton for valuable documents from Salem. " Our balloon sent op the night of our celebration must have . burst over Grant Station. . w " It will be a Tyght squeeze if we get our (5000 for the wagon road over the mountains. . . Arlington's amended charter bill has passed the house, and is, the law of this part oi tne land. Advocate.. , Clifford Wier a native of Great Brit ' ain filed his declaration for citizenship in the District court Saturday. , ' The farmer's alliance can now be sure of success in Eastern Oregon. We shall have to look to them for relief.' ' y. The...

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 March 1891

IB f If if I Wtfffl n V 7 Ay Ay Ay. 7VOL.-."l. FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1891. NUMBER 12. i. ' s mm mm jm. . s mm mm . c MUST PAT TAXES. The Attorney General of California De cides that the Railroads Must Pay Taxes on Unpatented Lands. Claggett Presents His Credentials Congress as Senator from Idaho Interesting Proceedings. jtAILAOAD lands. to Ueneral Hart of California Icr.iH. That Railroads Hast Pay tuei on Them. Sacbamkxto. Feb. 27. On a question rained by the district attorney of Sieki : you County as to whether lands sold by ' railroads 'are assessable, to the railroad ' companies. Purchasers from thorn hold ing such lands conld not be assessed because there has been no patent issued for them by the government, attorney. General Mart has decided against the rail roads. Uuiess overruled this decision will compel payment of taxes on ten million acres of land in this state. Congressional Proceedings. Washington, Feb. 27. In the senate a bill was passed amendatory of law pro viding for the ...

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 March 1891

The Weekly Chfoniele. Entered at the Poatoffice at The Dalles, Oregon, ai aeoond-claaa matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY MAIL (TOSTASS TMT AID) IS ADVANCE. Weekly, 1 year. :.. 1 60 " 6 month. 1 0 75 u j u . 0 50 Daily, 1 year. 00 " C month. 8 00 " per " 0 SO Addrem all communication to " THE CHRON ICLE," The Dallea, Oregon. NO SPECIAL SESSION. A correspondent of the Oregouian sign' ins himself "Tax Reform," calls upon the Dress of this state to make a solid demand upon the governor, for a special session of the legislature to deal with the question of tax reform solely. There is no doubt that the demand for a new ' assessment law is above all other needed state reforms the most urgent ; but the correspondent's suggestion is impractic able for two reasons. In the first place sion. He had enough of the last one and wants no more of it. It matters not how loud the press might demand it his excellency never wants to see their face again, and this will be true of many of them. The governor ...

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 March 1891

c The Weekly Ghroniele. THE DALLES, - . - OREGON FRIDAY, MARCH 6. 1891 NEW COUNTY ALLIANCE. I TEACHERS' LOCAL INSTITUTE. Organised by B. - Mile on LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ; II. C. Condon, of Arlington, came- to town last evening. s The Diamond Flouring Mills are shut down for a few day". Cram & Williams received fourteen more car loads of ice today. Miss Uorgie mitu of hlool Kiver is in the city visiting friends. James A. Easton of Dufur called today and subscribed for the Cheonicxk. J Thomas' Burgess, of Bake Oven, is in , the city. Ife reports stock in fine con - dition and plenty of feed. r' ' Mrs.' C. H. Haynes, of Hood River, is in-the city and is the' guest of Mrs. S. L. Brooks. . .' There is a rumor that the Union Pa cific intends building a $50,000 hotel at Bonnyville during the coming summer. Two cars of beef cattle were fed at the stock yards Tuesday. They came from Huntington and are for the Portland market. 'Chas. W. Haight, of Cow " Canyon, came, into town Tuesday. He 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. — 6 March 1891

The Weekly Gtooniele. THK DALLES, OREGON FRIDAY, MARCH 6. 1891 LOCAL AMD PERSONAL. W. N. Wilev left the city Friday morn ing Tor his ranch near Antelope. Mr. Ueo. Barter of Xingsley gave ub a pleasant call Saturday and subscribed for the Cheoniclk. . . From the East Oreaonian we learn that : Deputy IT. 8. Marshal Johnson was in ; Pendleton on last Friday. The Columbia nver is very muddy here and is risise, which is caused no doubt ly the reported rise of Snake river. Kansas claims 'the honor of electing ' the first Knights of Labor to the con gress of the United States. V. A. Ffef fer, Senator, and John Davis. Congress- man. Mr. Peter Staack, late in the employ of McCoy Brothers of this city,' has gone " to Dufur to start a barber shop in that charming little village. We wish "him the success he so well deserves. The president of The Dalles board of trade has telegraphed Senator Dolph to . do all he can to have the right of way - for the Cascade portage railroad deffi 'nitely settle...

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 March 1891

& Iff f 1 m (QuXSy ill Ay Ay Ay VOL. 1. FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1891. NUMBER 13. 7fl . vy ti li !i if i i ri 1 1 i RESERVATION OPENED. The CeEur d'Aleue Indian Reservation . to ' be Opened Causes a Stam pede in that Direction. The Government Wins in the Canadian Contest A Greal . Coal Mining Strike Settled. A KCSH FOR LAND. A RUmpMdc for the Coeur d'Alene Res ervation. . Spokasb Falls, March 0. The pas saee of the - bill opening the Coenr d'Alene reservation to settlement has caused a stampede. Settlers are coming in by every train waiting for the presi , dent to issue his proclamation. -Trouble is expected as the Indians object to giv ing up' their land. '.-'" A STRIKE SETTLED. The Miner of the MononrikaU Valley . Carry Their Point. Pittsbitbg, March 6. The long strike of the coal miners of the Monongahela valley has ended in a complete victory - for the men for an advance in the min ing rate of one-half .cent per bushel. " The men will resume work Monday. The strike has lasted'teu 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. — 13 March 1891

Entered at the PoatofBce at The Dalles, Oregon, a second-clan matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY MALL (POST AGS TRITllD) V ADVANCE. Weekly, 1 Tear. 1 SO . v to 0 60 00 8 00 M Address all communication to " THE CHKON ICLE," The Dalles, Oregon. -. " ,-mmmm. amount mat these systems spend every year lor corrupt purposes must be mi s' months. u a u Dally, 1 year. 6 montha. Per THE SENATOR MUST TRY AGAIN. Whether the communication, in last evening's Timet-Mountaineer, is intended as a justification of Senator Hilton, or covert attack upon A. G. Johnson, and Senator Watkins' other "clerk of com mittee' V is hard to tell. It reminds us a good deal of a sailor, many years ago,- in Portland who hired a horse from a livery man, and after he was saddled, jumped astride with his face to the tail, The stable keeper remonstrated, but the sailor only answered. "Young man you don't know what direction I am going. Mr. Johnson is abundantly able to take care of himself and we hope he may do so. but the C...

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 March 1891

THS JULLIS, - - OREGON Mr. Alfred Kennedy and his. eon Arthur are building in the yard of Mr. Kennedy's residence on Xintli 8t., a pniall steamer for plying between this city and the Cascade Locks. Her ex treme length will be 4-5 feet with 12 foot " ! beam over all and a carrying capacity 1 of ten tons. She will be equipped with Mr. Richard Sigman of Dnfnr was in i accommodations for passenger as well as FRIDAY, MARCH 13. 1801 LOCAL AM) PERSONAL. . the city Thursday. ' T. n. Johnston, of Dufur, was registered at the Umatilla Honse Thursday. " Hon. E. O. McCoy was on the west bound passenger Tuesday morning. Mr. Ruins Wallace of Rufus, Sherman county, gave us a pleasant call Thursday. freight traffic. The keel, knees or ribs stem and stempost are in position giving one a good idea of her shape and general apjiearance. She is to be profiled by a screw operated by sufficient powerful engineers to enable her to do her work well. A little further west, on the same street at the shipyard ...

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 March 1891

Be Weekly unromeie. Tm DALUS, OBIOON FRIDAY, - MARCH 13, 1801 LOCAL A?TD FKBSONAIV. Alvia Qnin, of Dufnr, came into town Friday. County Court adjourned Friday, until April 13. . P. W. Knowles, of Wamic, was in the gatntday. -A. Mowery of Boyd wm in the city Friday of laat week. J. A. Gulliford, of Dnfar, was in the city Friday of last week, and gave us pleasant call. Mr. J. W. Moore of this city has erv sick horse. He is under the care of , Doctor Crosby. Articles of incorporation of the River side Congregational church of .Hood Biver. was filed in the county clerk's office today. We are informed that Hunt's surrey ing crew, that has been' camped at the Gilmore nlace on the other side of the river, were paid off Friday. . The surveying outfit of R. H. Norton is expected in town Friday, from Fossil . Mr. Norton, we understand, left this morning for Tacoma to be back on Tues day next. ' The grievance committee of train men take their claim to Omaha. The com' pany furnishes them with P...

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 March 1891

0 IW VOL. 1. FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1891. NUMBER H. HE IS AVENGED. The Citizens of New Orleans Rise in . their Wrath and Slaughter Chief Hennessy's -Assassins. The Tennessee Insane Asylum Burned Disastrous Fire at Syracuse New R. R. Line to the Pacific Coast New Orleans, March 14. The scenes about Clay statue this morning brought . to mind very forcibly the peculiar and - ominous uprising of a September day Jt nome sixteen years ago. Ten o'clock xd not yet struck -and a vast multitude ; had already congregated on Canal street, filling the space from curb to curb on each side of the boulevard. " Just on the stroke of 10 o'clock a shout went up from the people stationed at St. Charles street and a number of gen tlemen among 'whom were W. T. Par kerson, J. C. Wickliffe and others who signed the call, came 3000 Mople within earshot and more could be seen struggling pushing and running here and there on neutral ground. Street cars were unable to pass through and vehicles of all descriptions '...

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 March 1891

BY MAJ1. (roSTAOl rBKTAIDVlJI AOVAKCS. Weekly, 1 yemr. S 1 so " mouths. 0 75 " ... on Dlly, 1 year .. 6 uo month. , too "per - 0 60 Addrest all communication to " THE CHRON ICX," The Dalles, Oregon. ITALIAN CUTTHROATS. . , The tragedy encted at New Orleans . last Saturday was the natural outcome of the reign of murderous outlawry that has so lone infested the city at the mouth of the Mississippi. On the 15th of last October Chief of Police Hennessy was shot to pieces near the threshold of his own home. The crime was directly traced to a secret band of murderous Italian cut-throats, known as the Mafia. - The. Mafia, was originally an Italian political society which inculcated the duty of getting rid of objectionable per sons by assassination. Driven from its native home in the south of Italy, by - the vigor of the Italian government, it formed a domicile in a land that all too readily opens her gates to receive a class of persons who leave their country for their country's good. Chie...

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 March 1891

FRIDAY, MARCH 20. 1891 o LOCAL A.VU PERSONAL Loaia Davenport of Mofiier was in the city Wednesday. Geo. Matthias, a native of England was admitted to citizenship Wednesday. ' About 300 men are said to be now de ployed on the government works at the Cascades. C. V. Lane of Antelope, and C. M. VanDuyn of Tyjjh Valley were in the ' rity Tuefwiay. Two cars of work cattle, destined for the Sound, and two cars of horses were fed at the stock yards Tuesday. . Mr. W. H. Hennick, of Dto, came over V. . . V ictorine Mef plv of Mill creek had a ing Miss Grace Riddell of this city. M today QM 0,dock Joe Robinson, of Nansene, and Ed He was unloading some garden truck, Harriinan, of Eight Mile, were in town ! at the store room of the Umatilla House today. - when the team, hearing the noiee of an The ' Times-Mountaineer is simply : outgoing freight train, started to run in the ac tlie last the direction of the track which it reach ed just as the locomotive came to the crossing. The team immediatel...

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 March 1891

EGON FBIDAY,- MAKCH 20. 1891 LOCAL AJTD PIB80NAL. John Meddler of Sherman county was in town Friday. . A woolen mill is about to he built at Dallas, Polk county. Fossil, Gilliam county, is going to have . a new flouring mill. Mr. "Win. Holder, state lecturer of the . grange was in the city Friday. Captain William Endersby of Eight Mile gave us a pleasant call Friday. The upper supply pipe has been placed in position through 'the bank of the reservoir. . It is reckoned that the work on the reservoir contract will be completed by - the first of May. A car load of lumber arrived at the hops yesterday to be used in repairing - the round house. " Twenty men are at present employed .- at the shops where there were 450 this time two years ago. ' Mr. Geo. Nolan of Dufur and John Adams and Will Adams of Kansene were -in the city last week. , A box car filled with emigrants from Dakota, bound for the sound, through this city Saturday. The big boiler punch, weighing five or six tons, formerly ...

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 March 1891

.O if C i 7 .VOL'. 1. FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1891. NUMBER 15. Wlffhif m oil .u Hi! 1 1 Director of the Mint Leach Says the United States Law on Gold Bar Shipments is Now Operative. Comptroller of the Treasury- Orders Bank Closed in Philadelphia (iompers Wants Ponds. DIRECTOR LCECH'9 VIEWS. The fitted States Must Stand on 1U Dig nity en the Gold Bar Question. Nkw Yobk-, SI arch 20. Director of the. mint, '. Leech, was interviewed to day regarding the policy of the mint in refusing to exchange gold bars for gold. He said: "It is undesirable and against, public policy for the government to furnish . gold in its mwt convenient form at a sea board port to shippers of gold, and we propow to exercise the same discrimination that has been exer cised by European countries. In regard to the export of gold, this policy is exer cised now not because of any change in the monetary sitnation in the United States, not because there is any defi ciency in the gold supply, or of any dis trust there may be ...

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 March 1891

I f. Entered at the Postofflce at The Dalles, Oregon, as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. T UAVL (FOSTASB rUrAH)) W ADVAMCS. . Weekly, 1 year. ...$ 1 SO " months. 0 75 " " -. 0 50 Dally, 1 year. " C 00 " C months. S 00 " per " 0 60 Address all communication to " THE CHRON ICLE," The Dalles, Oregon. AN OPEN RIVER. From all parts of the country tributary to the Colombia river from Walla Walla to Astoria come the cry for an open river. The action of the Oregon legisla tion in appropriating $60,000 for the portage railway at the Cascades has only helped to swell the volume and intensity of this cry. The most important and hopeful action yet taken is that of the merchants and citizens of Portland, when on last Friday evening they issued a call for a meeting to be held in Port land' oh the 8th of April, of the repre sentatives from the districts most in terested for "consultation and if possible devising some effective means by which, at least, a temporary mode of overcoming the 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. — 27 March 1891

THE DALLES, - - - Dufur but got lort on the range. . AY, - OREOON n . rienricks, tne a-estor 01 Sherman county is in the. city. - MARCH 27. 1891 1 Drivere Bros., of Wamic, have sold 50 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. j head of cattle to W. H. Davi of Wapi- I a v vial. . i ta- i vuvo uiati.', ivi i and 0 cents at .the Z. F. Moo.lv Matthew Thorbnrn of Kingwley was ?n I the city Tuesday. i County tchool superintendent Troy Shelly has moved his family to The ! Dalles. - Six cars of cattle intended for Portland and the Sound were fed at the stock yards Tnesrtav. The troubles lietween the Union . town th8 n-orning, about twenty head Pacific and the train men have, we nn- ; of " Thev are at"t,,e 8tock dertjtand been adjusted satisfactorily to ' 'arxk the men. ' : In laying out county roads the county F. C. Geutsch, Esq., of Salt Lake, t assessor, anil not txie county court, Biian nitia. Jim Grey, of Wapinitia, and well known in this county, is reported to be very sick at his home near White river. At ...

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 March 1891

OBIOOX FRIDAY, - MAKCH 27, 1881 tOCJLL AND PEBSONAI.. ' J. A. Galliford was in the city Satur day. F. C. Sexton, of Dufur, was in the city Friday. - . Mrs. Benson of Five Mile is visiting Mr. 8torra. : '. Hon W. McD Lewis gave na a pleas ant call Saturday. James Fitzgeral of Kingsley was regis- tered at the Umatilla, Saturday. Frank Fulton, of Biggs, Sherman eounty, gave us a pleasant call Friday ... , Eryin M. Shutt, foreman, and manager of the Wasco Observer gave us a pleasant call Friday. The freight teams are being loaded for Prineville the first of the season and unusually early. A. McDonald of Monkland,' Sherman county, and James Baldwin of Portland, were in the city Friday. - The city assessor expects to commence the assessment of city porperty for the current year on Monday next. ' A number of farmers and sheep men are in town looking for men to work on their ranches and assist during the lambing season. The "beligerent ; bully from Belfast" is not from Belfast. That's 'the ...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
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