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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 2 September 1892

THE. DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE,1 PRHJ SEPTEMBER The Weekly Chronlele. TBI DALLES, OB BOON OCAX AMP From the Dally Chronicle, Friday. Three deeds for record this week Mr. J. W. Cox, of Kingsloy, is in tho city. . The Regulator wagon roadway is being widened. Salmon fishing will begin again on the 10th of next month. Mrs. V. J. Hensell and son, of Lyle, -are at the Umatilla house. Dr. Smith and Mr. Ed. Deady are amongst the visitors at Trout lake this week. Mrs. Powell, the lady who was e dangerously injured, is rapidly recover ing. The application to admit Bergfeldt to bail was argued before Judge bradehaw this afternoon. Mr. Nello Johnson of Oregon city joined The Dalles boys at Grant today on the diamond field. If you do not find the man you want to see today it is because he is up at Grant. Young ladies also. J. H. Worsley has returned from a -two weeks' vacation at Astoria, well spent and greatly enjoyed. Mr. T. K. Ordway returned from Port land last evening and left for borne this...

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. — 2 September 1892

THE; D AISLES WEEKLY; CHROIUCLE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1892. The Weekly Gtoonlele. iUMJ-Jii STRIKES FAILURES t OFFICIAL PAPER OF WA8CO COUNTY. Catered at the.Postoffice at The Dalles, Oregon, as seeond-clsss matter. ' BPB8CEIPT10N BATE& mr mail (postage rssr AID)' lit AITAMCS. Weakly, 1 year..-.: .-...;.-:.,......:.$ 1 M " 6 months 0 6 3 " . .., 50 Tjallv. 1 veer. 6 00 ' 6 months.. .' Iter 3 00 0 CO Address all communication to '? THE CHKON- ICLEiVi.Tba Dalles, Oregon, j ,.- President M. E. Ingalls of the Chesa peake and Ohio and Big Four railroads haaj w5( a bow of promiee against the dark dodd of railroad labor troubles. In his annual report to the stockholders of the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad, jast issued, he . advocates a co-ppera-ti,ve plan of profit sharing with the em ploye, and cyneiderOhjs the beet ties of the labor problem.- It is said that this would be a unique move for a rail road company to take, as no large com pan'y: has ever tried tho cooperative system. The b...

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. — 2 September 1892

t7) THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER . 2, 1892. BIG DRAINAGE PLAN. AFlorflaSYBilicatetfl DBTelQD a Giant Sugar Monopoly. V WORTHLESS LAND MADE VALUABLE. An Eccentric Iowa Citizen Buried in a Sitting Position. HAD IPH COFFIN HAOK TO OKDFK. Opening of The International Grain Market In Vienna The Harvest of The World. Cincinnati, Aug. 29. Beyond all question tbe irrigation scheme being pushed in Florida by capitalists of this city, Philadelphia and New York, is to be the greatest North America has ever seen. At present it is only a big land syndicate, but it may develop into the giant sugar monopoly of the world. The company has had an existence for months, and through its agents has se cured at a few cents an acre a tract of land on the St. John and Indian l ivers, eighty-three miles long and from three to six miles wide. It has threo feet of rich muck, and it is estimated to be worth 100 an acre when drained. It is estimated that it will require $4,000,000 to coinolete ...

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. — 2 September 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY,'' SEPTEMBER 2, 1892. PATH OF THE CHOLERA. THE MeCOT DITCH SCHEME. It Has Reached IMon From Hamturg; ' ; Dy Steamer Gemma. : ANTWERP CLEARANCES DOUBTED Caeaiiaus Alarmed on Accoimt of The German Vessels.Coming. DDK AT NEW VOBK IN TEN IA'8. Ports of the United States on the Look On! ror Infected Ships on - the Way to America. New Yobk, Aug. 27. Hamburg spec ials show that the cholera there contin ues to increase and grow in virulence in spite of all precautions of the authorities to stay the spread of the disease. It lias reached London, by steamer Gemma. The Gemma was reported to be infected, but the authorities, after examining the passengers, allowed them to land. A few hours afterward two women, who arrived on the Gemma, were taken sick. They were at once taken to the hospital at liravesend, wnere tne doctors pro nounced their malady cholera. In spteH,Wcti0Dable- Not One Clause Acceptable to The Hood Ktrer People. That citizens of Hood River ad...

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. — 9 September 1892

r v VOL. II. THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1892. NUMBER 39. : in; 4 vk AJAy Y THE GRAND VIEW FARM Sketch of a Visit to tlie WoMerM Mill Creek. Fruit Lands. FINEST ON THE PACIFIC COAST. Prolific Prune Production and a Bounti ful Berry Patch. THE MOUNTAIN TOP VINEYARD. Crand And Beautiful Sight Improve i menu or the Past Tear So Pre tense In Tbis. - Special to The Ciieoniclk. The Dalles, Sept. 5. As the visitor drives' out through Mill creek valley from The Dalles and beholds Enow-cap-ped Mount Hood towering high in the distance, a panorama of beauty lies be fore him that he will ever fondly remem ber and keenly appreciate. ' It may be the long sweep of graceful hills running far up into the horizon on either side the valley, it may be the beauty of orchards and vineyards which enrich 'those hills and show a wonderful fertility of' soil, or it may be the charm of glorious cli mate, or a dozen other natural advan tages which contribute to make the Mill creek country one of t...

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. — 9 September 1892

cz r THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1892. THE PRICE OF WHEAT. .The flarMnof T&e Crou --of . Last WHAT IT WAS WHERE IT WENT TO. A Very Remarkable Clearing up of The of The Large Previous Surplus. ' COMPARATIVE TABLE OF YIELDS, of IlemlnUcenre Which XVaa Wheat S3.00 per Bushel to The Famine Sea Hnke . American 'Sas Fuaxcisco, Sept. 2. The market ing of the great wheat crop of 1891 may now be considered at an end, and with the issue of the preliminary statement of wheat exKrts for the past.month the material is at hand for closing up-the account of an unusual harvest. It ap - pears that we have exported during the last 12 mouths, of wheat, and Hour as wheat, some 224.831,483 bushels. The crop was placed by the agricultural de partiuent at 011,780,000 bushels. Keck " oning domestic consumption on the hasia of a little above four and a half bushels per capita, about 300,000,000 bushels have been disposed of at homo. Some 56,000,000 bushels were used as seed last fa...

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. — 9 September 1892

(31 THITIJALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY,: SEPTEMBER 9; "IS92. The Weekly Ghroniele. THE DALLES, . OBKGON LOCAL AND I'EKSOXAL. . From the Dally Caron tele, Tuesday. John Larsen left for Colfai yesterday to make arrangements for bnyinsr wheat. ' Ckinsiderable fruit for exhibit is being Dnfur, are at The, Umatilla.; ',;.-' - -pnt up in Wasco county by' the. dry prtt-j VjH; Harris?' and ' Mr. antl.rre'; '.BC- CeSS.-' - ; -rV:;.; "I sc-ii . Mrs. Eliza MjcFarlaud is in the city from Portland: She..is tlic guest of Mrs. ;W. II . Moody. " ''- : . '''.;.' ' '' ' L 'The next assembly I of the volunteer! Firemen's association, for Oregon, will ; be held in The Dalles. ."';' ; : - j Sulkies and bicycles., with .pneumatic tires seejii to, indicate that the feat of riding on air is now a realized ideal. MattcrB ami ..things - in , The Dalles are exceedingly quiet to-day. All the prayers for peace sem Jo have been an 8 we red. ... - .' - Almost every man carries homo a 'watermelon at least once i...

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. — 9 September 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, SEPTELH3ER 9, 1892. The Weekly Ghroniele. OFFICIAL PArEH OF WASCO COUNTY. Entered at the Poetofflce at The Dalles, Oregon, ' . as second-class matter.- ; ' SUBSCRIPTION RATES. " BT MA1L'(P0STAGE FKKPAID) IK ADVANCE. " Weekly. 1 rear f 1 50 6 months..' " ' 8 " .. Dally, I year. 6 months., i. . per 0 75 0 50 6 00 8 00 0 50 Address all communication to " THE CHRON ICLE," The Dalles, Oregon. THE PRICE OF WHEAT. ... There are so many complex and vari able factors affecting the markets of the world that the wise -wheat raiser will - hot place too much crcdenco in the posi . tive deductions of statisticians and their prophetic forecasts, says the Review, but will trust to his own business sa gacity as to the proper time to sell his wheat for what he believes will . be the highest price. - , The highest August prices paid for wheat since the Crimean war were $1.55 in 1867, $1.71 in 1872, and $1.80J.j in 1875. Last year's crop, with the prospect of univer...

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. — 9 September 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1892. The Weekly Gbroniele TUB DAtI.ES, - OREGON LOCAL AND PERSONAL. From the Doily Chronicle, Friday. Mr. T. Saunders of Wapinitia is now located at The Dalles. The Dalles city water company hav - $4,000 to loan. See advertisement. ' : Bathing in the Colombia is not such & luxury at The DalUs this fall as it was -.- last summer. , ' .' - " Mrs. Ward and Mr. Kerns returned from Portland by steamer. Regulator - last evening. '. Canoe riding on the Columbia, at Tlie . Dalles, Js now a favorite pastime with our young men. - . ' Catcs & Allison make daily shipments of ice to Grant, for Messrs. Mcintosh McLeod, and others. - ' ' Several marriage licenses, issued this - week, indicate the usual fall rise in the - matrimonial market. " At the drawing for the life-size crayon at D. C. Herrin's gallery, the prize was awarded to Mrs. J. M. Huntington, The list of passeneers by steamer Regulator increases daily. . The fare is 'just as a...

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. — 9 September 1892

ill THE DALLES "WEEKLT CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1892 The l'eekly Chroniele. OFFICIAL PAPER OF WASCO COUNTY. . Entered at the Postoffioe at The Dalles, Oregon, a second-clasa matter. . . -V- " SUBSCRIPTION RATES. " ' BY MAIL (FOOTAGE PREPAID) IM ADVANCE. Weeklv.l year........... 1 SO " 6 months. 0 75 " ' 3 " 0 50 Doily, 1 year.-. .'. ... .... . .. .'. : 6 00 ::' o mouths.:.,:..'...'. soo ;." per. ." ' ;...;.... 050 'AddresBallconiniunieation'to"TnE cllROX; .JCLE,";Tho Dalles, Oregon. " V ..- ' SUN -INJ) RROTUKltr ..' ".it is- announced jfrom ;KewOrjeans ' that -Colored ineh ill be admitted fo ile..- Pixon'-Skelly prize - fight today. ' This is nn inuovatiaii, as no colored mun y has been admitted to the club before. ' i'A special gallery for them will be -pro-; 'vided. ' While every one is glad to see the colored man secure equtf) rights, with the white man,' and as Mr. Lincoln , put it, "bo the equal of thewhite man if he can," this privilege ut New Orleans can scarcely be co...

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. — 9 September 1892

C-73 . ' THE. DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FfelD AY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1893, POLITICS . IN I CHICAGO. Botli Political -Parties are" litnont : : -; - organization. - POLITICALLY SPLIT IN TWAIN. Factions Contending for Supremacy - Within the Party Lines. ' , ' 4LY SLEEPING ON THEIR ARMS. LTTEU9 FROM THE "PEOPLE-. Good Katdi. and Convict Labor ' ' v ,hoIera--etc- -Tariff- Ready to at the Fly at First Note of War Noth ing; Prepared. Special to TH Curoniclk. J y Tub Dalles, Sept. 7. I have taken a very great interest in, the" question of good roads, how to make t and maintain them: also in tbeconvictlaborquestion. It seems to riio that the quickest way to" settle both of these . most important questions would be for each, state to do away with the. present "system of con tracting convict labor and put thereon; victs to work on the " public highway. Then would come an era of good road- making. It would settle strikes-and labor troubles to a certain extent, for the convicts would not come into comp...

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. — 9 September 1892

CO THE DALLES WEEKLY CHftOieLE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1892. ILLINOIS ALL RIGHT; taans to" Swell Repnlilicatt . -ties ny Their Votes. COMP. MATTHEWS ; IX THE FIELD Prepared to Enter the Campaign About - the First of October. WHAT HE SATS OF THK GERMANS Xky Are a Unit for a Liberal Protect Ire Tariff and Sound Money " Minor Topic. Chicago, Sept. 5. A. C. Matthews, comptroller of the treasury is preparing to enter the campaign in Illinois about October and will devote a month to . - speech-making in the state. Comp troller Matthews was favorably men- - tioned by Washington Hesing, editor of the Staats Zeitung of Chicago, daring a visit to Washington last spring as a ' candidate of the Germans of Illinois for .governor. Mr. Hesing said at that time that Comptroller Matthews would be very strong with the German voters and he thought that bis nomination would be a wise stroke for. the republicans. Inasmuch as Mr. Hesing has been largely instrumental in securing the location of democratic 6u...

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. — 16 September 1892

r 1 1 - VOL. II, THE DALLES, OREGON, TRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1892. NUMBER 40. " , pWlll m. El 9 THE INLAND EMPIRE ' Comparisons With What Has Been And May Again Be Dene. ... : r THE GREAT LAKES THE COLUMBIA, How Water Transportation Has Con tributed to Building Cities. v - BUFFALO, MINNEAPOLIS, DALLES, The Regions Drained by the Columbia, ' anil Tributary to The Dalles Far Superior. Froai time to time during the past six months, in our efforts to ' show tbe lavishness of nature in contributing to, and concentration of a wealth of re sources which is to build a great Inland Empire manufacturing centre on the Columbia at this point, we have casually referred to other great centers and with becoming modesty to our part, in their early history. For instance: Minnea polis, with its wonderful flouring in dustry, feeding the nations of earth. Thirty-two years ago we were shooting birds on the site of the present city of Minneapolis with not so many people within the sound of the crack of our...

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. — 16 September 1892

' v - Columbia Hotel.' ff f ' ' Yott rarely find in any city an accoai pllshment iliat will.-morf ..forcibly be-' apeak the future success of a place than trie presence ot good hotel accomoda L tiona. In this respect The Dalles fa well ' provided for and the traveler or tourist will experience no difficulty in securing quarters at good hotels at reasonable rates. The Columbia, which Mr.T .- T. N icholas eroded 10 ' years ' ago -and is one of the leading hotels of The Dalles Here at the Columbia will. be found all . the comforis and convenience pf home life. - Leading from the office is the din Ing room, a spacious, well-lighted and well-ventilated apartment. Here, as V indeed the case throughout- the hotel perfect cleanliness is observed.,- Mr. Nicholas presides over the management of the house in person, and well under stands the imoortance of keeping the house in apple pie. order.- Tiio service is exceptionally good, waiters being , employed who -thoroughly understand theii busine...

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. — 16 September 1892

7: SUMMER ' We have made extra efforts . for the coming . season . and . will have AN ELEGANT AND COMPLETEISTOCK OF NEW .-.-K-;;-- AND SEASONABLE GOODS. qHE DISSOLUTION SALE of last fall so completely clean ed tip our stock that we are en abled to offer -. NEW GOODS es DIFFERENT DEP'TS E ARE RECEIVING in voices daily, and will soon have for your inspection' novel ties and staples in . Pehse and tImys. V" Purchasing; the business so late, .we' had no" opportunity :. of showing a choice line of GOODS Dress Qoods, 5loal$, tli?deruary . Jtosiry, flotios, S?o8, and purnisl?ii)8. EASTERN OREGON. THE HAPPY- HOME LAND FOR ALL. Her :; Fruitful Fields ajid Industrious j- People Make a Glorious Heritage For Millions Yet to Be. WASCO COUNTY. To the Man of Moderate Means this Section Offers. Better 'Land and : , Better Climate, - Better Trans portation Facilities, Better Markets and ' Better . Neighbors, than -' any - other . -. . . Locality. . - LAND RAPIDLY RISING IN VALUE. All the Comforts 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. — 16 September 1892

OFFICIAL PAPER OF. WASCO COUNTY. THE PRESS ASSOVIATIOX. Entered at the Postoffice at The Dalle, Oregon, as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. BY MAIL (PO6TA0K PRgPAID) IS ADVANCE. Weekly, 1 year... :..:....$ 1 BO " 6 months. 075 ' " a " 0 50 .Dally, 1 year. 6 00 " 6 months..... 8 00 per :' , : V 0 60 Address all communication to " THE CHRON ICLE," The Dalles, Oregon. .1 BOAT .RAILWAY. The Ontario Ship Railway company, incorporated under an act of the last Ontario - legislature, is preparing to build a three-track railway from Toronto on lake Ontario to Collingwood on Georgian bay in lake Huron for-the purpose of hauling lake vessels between . those two points, as was proposed by the Dolph project for the dalles of the 1.!- . lOlUlll 1)111. ' The completion of the Ontario line . will save 300 miles of tortuous naviga tion through the St. Clair river, lake Erie and Niagara falls. It will take directly from 1 lake Huron into lake Ontario traffic which now stops at Buffalo. Vessel...

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. — 16 September 1892

:C5) r The Veekly Ghrooicle. TH( DALIES, ; - OREGON LOCAL AND FEUSONAL. From the Daily Chronicle, Friday. Klickitat wheat has commenced to arrive. -; . - Senator Lee is in the city today on Imeiness. . J. R. and H. F. Woodcock, of Wamic, .. are in the city. - " ,. Mrs. Cooley, of Centerville, is in the city, at Mrs. Hoods. . The machinery for Lakes new Wamic ;aw mill has arrived. . , ". - Mrs. C. M. Cart wrighfc and Miss Susie Cosgrove are at the Cascade springs. J. W. Bennett, formerly of Arlington, has removed to Portland and engaged in business. , Con. Howe's sickness is keeping him in a long time. He is still unable to be about. . W. S. Cram returned yesterday from a flying trip up the Northern, via. Portland. Ex-County treasurer George Rucblie registered at the St. Charles in Portland today. ' The ways are laid for launching the V. P. K. upper Cascade wharf boat in this city. The. Astorian notes that Mr. Jud. S. Fish is in the city by the deep sad sea,' a guest at The Occident....

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. — 16 September 1892

: It J -V- ... .r Flty"Jfc Shown. ' -. ' . ; ' V '. ' This well aftd favorably kuoWfi fectese - datea,its inception back 'seyei'a Years, .'' wm! is oife of the oldest stands in 'the city, the' present firm succeeded to the' ; ' 5 1)UBines8 only last February but "have been residents of The Dalles : for years. - The individual members are Mr. W. j-.WoyA. and .Mr.- Stacy Shown.- The '-. pre mises are fitted in the neat. and at- tractive style so characteristic - of the ,.--'drug-- store wherever found, and the. .. diversified a4 Varied stock is complete . ,'. r throughout. - It comprises all that per- -""'tains to this' branch of trade, druga and chemicals m all their mutifarious va- , . rieties, sappleme.nted with- minor at . tractions both useful and -ornamental i.iucludicg fancy goods, toilet articles, . - perfumeries, rubber goods, stationery, .:."" lamp eoods, etc. A leading specialty is physicians' prescriptions and recipes : ;In this department care and accuracy is - V essentia...

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. — 16 September 1892

ST. MART'S AC1DEHT. ' The Leading Institution of Learning In p ... ' Eaatern Oregon.- The academy is located on the block lying to the west of Pentland etreet and - north of Third. The building and grounds comprise a whole block, situat ed in the most desirable and quietest " part of the city. The surroundings of ' ' the school are fine, these being large, ', ample play grounds, sufficient to con veniently accoiniuodate any number of pupils. The remaining portion of the , grounds surrounding tlie college have been ptanted in fruits, all of which are now bearing. The elegant building was ; completed in 1884 and is a model in de- eign and finish. The institution.' offers all the advantages of a higher, education to women. It is conducted by Ihe sis vtQra of the holy names, of Jesus and r Mary, a society of women devotedex-- cfusively to the work of christian edu ; cation. JJvery branch of study is pur sued in the English language, but French and fcrerman are spoken by the teachers. . ...

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. — 16 September 1892

RAILROADS THROW UR ' Cicaio Shipping to Pacific Coast Ports Via. New York. THE -: CLIPPER LINES ARE FIXED. - The Anomaly of Starting Eastward to v 1 ' -" Reach the Far West. THE DOLI.AK FEB HdXDKEI) 1CATK Secret of liuslness no Longer Hidden ' " by the Transcontinental Aim-elation. J Sax Fbancisco, Sept." 14. A Chicago "dispatch savs more traffic from that ;- point to this tarts east than west. Even before, the present demoralized rates . Ver'e begun by the Clipper ship compe tition, it was cheaper to ship via New York and the ocean than direct' west via the all-rail lines. Since the Clipper ship competition, ocean rates have tum bled to a point where the elements of time and possible damage to the high elass of goods are the only reasons which impel the merchants to patronize the all-rail routes. The rates have, boeu so .reduced by the Clipper ships that al " most all heavy items of freight, such as canned goods, can be shipped from San : Francisco, "via Cape Horn and N'ew ;; York,...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
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