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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 28 October 1892

VOL. II. THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1892. NUMBER 46. THE HIGHEST CLIMB. Pioneer PeaM Previously Unexplored Crest in The Mnsta&hs. AT AN ALTITUDE OF 23,000 FET Mr. Conway Corrected Some Important Geographical Points. BE NAMES THE GOLDEN THRONK. A Peak wlilch Affords Splendid Oppor tunities For Ambitious Moun tain Climber.. A Chicago account says: What is probably tho highest mountain climb ing yet accomplished by man has been ' done within the last three weeks in the Himalayas by a party under the lead of one Mr. Conway. In the great cluster of mountains comprising the Mustagh range, at the junction of the Hindu Kush and Himalayan, systems, Mr. Conway and his fellows managed to at tain a height of 23,000 feet upon a pre Tiously unexplored crest, which they named ; Pioneer peak. This height, which is said to be considerably above the best well-authenticated ascent yet made, did not seem intolerably cold or airless to the climbers, and had not their previsions given ou...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 28 October 1892

THE DAIiLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1892. ROBBERS BEHEADED. Fate or Evil Doers as ' Treated. . "by Manila Authorities. EX-COXVICTS OF NEW CALEDONIA Repentance of a Wicked Woman Likely to Cause Sorrow on Earth. AN INSANE MAN IN THE PC L PIT. Terribly Bitten by Does Mob Lew In Tennessee Assaulted by Masked Men. San Fkaxcisco, Oct. 24. Steamer from Singapore Satnrday, brings infor mation that the Rodriguez brothers .. were beheaded by the authorities at Manila, in the latter part of August. The brothers were two English ex-con victs, who escaped several years ago from a penal colony at New Caledonia, and whose last exploit was the capture of the Tahitiau yacht Niualoaiti, in August, bv causing Moloi, the cook of the vessel, which was engaged in trad ing among the' islands, to poison the crew, while the brothers disposed of the captain and supercargo. According to the information, Moloi revenged him self for the refusal of the Rodriguez to comply with their promise to divi...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 28 October 1892

THE D AT.T.TST WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1892. The Weekly Ghfoniele. THE PALI.E8, - OB BOOK LOCAL AND FIKSOXAl. y l From the Dally Chronicle, Tuesday. " Ed. Mack; and J. M. Hansen of Grass Valley, are in the city. Mrs. S. L. Brooks left.this morning by the steamer Regulator for a viait to Port land. The U. 8. Engineers will again return to he Dalles before leaving the Inland Empire. Miss Edith Smith of 8-Mile, who has been in Portland on a visit, returned at noon today. Tli Regulator had a first class cargo out this morning, including stock, wagons, grain, fruit, etc. Hon. A. E. Lyle, ex-Representative of Crook county, is in the city delivering a band of beef cattle sold to the markets. . . N. J. Sinnott has received an invita tion from Chairman Griffin to address the Blaine club in Portland, Thursday evening. Dufur is represented in the city today by Dr. W. L. Vanderpool, W. L. Hen dricks, Mr. and Mrs. Horatio Fargher, and Miss Roth. Mr. Jesse Eaton, once a pioneer of 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. — 28 October 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1892. The Weekly Ghroniele. OFFICIAL PAPER OF WASCO COUKTY. Entered at the Postoffice at The Dalles, Oregon, as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY KAIL (POSTAOE PKKPAID) IS ADVANCE. Weekly, I yenr 1 o? 6 months. " 8 " . Daily, 1 year " 6 montln. ... per 0 .. 0 50 .. 6 CO .. 800 .. 0 50 ANOTHER NEW MINE: Address all communication to " THE C1IEON ICLE, " The Dulles, Oregon. THE AMERICAN NAVAL OFFICER, Any landsman M ho has cherished the proud conviction that the organization of our naval service is a close approach to perfection can have hi3 eyes opened bv reading the vigorous criticisms of Park Benjamin published recently in Harper's Weekly. It seems that while the naval equipment has been improving in its mechanical features the system by which it must be utilized in time of battle is decidedly primitive. As at present organized, the advancement of officers of the line depends entirely up on the retirement, resignation or dea...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 28 October 1892

15 THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1892. The Weekly Chronicle. TUB DALLES OREGON LOCAL AND FEKSOSfAL. From the Daily Chronicle, Saturday. Wheat declined to 62i cents yester day. Mr. Linus Hubbard is in Portland today. The Regulator took away 1,135 sacks cf wheat yesterday. ' TVaM Trill Iia Tin mpptinp nf the Mc- Kinley club tonight. Mr. and Mrs. James Benton are now ' at home at The "Umatilla. W. E. Garretson returned on the noon train from Portland. Mr. W. Lord 18 6hippine his own wheat. It is of extra fine quality. Yesterdavs 4 p. m. train west bound, passed through at 9 :30 a. m. today. Mr. C. A. Heath, who has been in from Grass Valley on business, returned today. Mrs. Dr. Stowcll. of Goidendale, is visitinir Mrs. C. F. .Stephens in The Dalles. Wheat today is.Ecllicg in The Dalles at 62 cents for No. 1, and 57 cents for o. 2. Con. Howe came home today from the hospital in Portland much im proved. ( Rev. Mr. Curtis has resigned as min ister of The. Dalles Congreg...

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. — 28 October 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE," FRIDAY, OOTOBEB 28, 1892. The Weekly Chronicle. OFFICIAL PAPER OF WASCO COUNTY. Bstered at the Poatofflce at The Dalles, Oregon, u second-class matter. ' SUBSCRIPTION BATES. BT KAIL (FOT.0 PBEPAID) IK ADTXBCB. Weekly, 1 year... J " 6 month. " j M J M WOO DaUy.l year.......':.'.'.'.'.'.'. .: g " 6 months. per " 0 60 Addren all communication to " THE CHRON ICLE," The Dalles, Oregon. OREGON IS ALL RIGHT. It seems absurd, but it is nevertheless a fact, that the worst scorching Oregon ever got was the damaging crop reports sent out by nearly every press in the land from May 1, to July 1, 1892. But instend the crops of Oregon being burned p, accordingly, we have an ex cess in the general average of the United c -:n Atrovit ovfinln nf crrftin PxeeDt OUIIC9 IU , W J ... v.ww o-" - one product. The following is a partial list from division of statistics, United States department of agriculture, pub lished Oct. 10, 1892 : . General Oregon . Articles, Average Aver...

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. — 28 October 1892

THE NATION: MOURNS Messages of Sympathy to tlie President From all Paris. THE PRESIDENT IX HIS SORROWS 1 Public Business Transacted as Usual by His Special Request. CABINET H1MBIK8 AT THE DESKS Solemn Surroundings "Leaiei He Their Time to Fall" The Flowers . She Xioved no Well. Washington, Oct. 26. The president is bearing up remarkably well under his affliction. Traces of great sorrow are plain, but he has nerved himself to face his afflhtion with fortitude. Those who saw him this morning found his eyes red with weeping and his voice broken with emotion, but be constantly endeavored to repress its influence. Messages of sympathy are pouring in upon him. All the members of the im mediate families are here. Carter Har rison, of Tennessee, and Mrs. Harrison's only brother, John Scott, of Port Towns- end, Wash., will probably not come to Washington, but go direct to Indian apolis. Such members of the cabinet as were in the city called this morning and had a conference with the presiden...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 28 October 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1892. SHEEPMEN AROUSE m Montana uemacrauc mmm Mes a Bad Break. ' "WOOL GROWERS WERE INSULTED. The Profits on Wool Too High in the Estimation of Timothy. MORE THAN THEY ARK WORTHY OF Heaping up Fortune Beoame of Spe cial Privilege to Tmx Their Neighbor. Great Falls, Mont., Oct. 24. The Great Falls Tribune, owned by Timothy 13. Collins, the democratic candidate for governor, comes out with an editorial which has caused a sensation and is likely to prevent Collins receiving the vote of about every wool grower in Mon tana. It says: "Even if the removal of the tariff should reduce the price to eleven cents, the price paid across the line in Canada, sheepmen -would still make a large profit." It casts a reflec tion on the sheepman, Eaying that he soon heaps up a fortune, not because he is especially clever as a business man or because of his good methods or intelli gence, but because of his privilege to lax his neighbor, under the authority...

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. — 4 November 1892

in VOL. II. 1 THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1892. NUMBER 47. -3UB LITTLE PORTAGE. What a Saying Has Been The ResTdt of That State fori FACTS WHICH SPEAK VOLUMES. extra handlings of ' freight is such that the railroad can starve out any opposi tion that could be organized. With locks at the cascades, though, conditions will be favorable for a portage road to Celilo. What is really needed from The Dalles to Celilo is either a canal or a ship railway, that when a boat is once loaded its freight need not be touched till it arrives at Astoria. . It will come, for that vast area between the Cascade and Rocky mountains will soon have a voice that will be heard as far east as the Atlantic seaboard. LAID AWAY TO REST XORTHWE3T NEWS. From tlie WMte Honse to tie Gme-A .- Sorrowful Journey. THE HYMX: "LEAD, KINDLY LIGHT," Is It Any Wonder That People Become Restive Waiting For Locks? WITH THE CASCADE CAXAI OPEN Portage Thei Around The Dalles Would do a Much For The Upper River Regions...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 4 November 1892

111 NEW ORLEANS MAFIA FBOSFCKITt JVST AHEAD. Its Merlins Knife SneaM for In- flipaM to Subside. ;. THE PROFESSIONAL ASSASSIN. Convicts Landed- in Detroit From ' Boise City. WHEAT IN THE PALOFSE REGION. The Idaho Republicans Have a Grand Bally at Governor McConnell's Moscow Home. NewOkleass, Oct. 31. "Since thelast massacre the New Orleans Mafia has dropped out of sight, but is far from being extinct," said the chief of police last night. "That affair in the parish prison taught it caution, and it appears to have put up its murderous knife and pistol nntil the indignation subsides. I have reason to believe, however, that its murderous work is not yet done, and that it is but awaiting opportunity to add to the long roster of its victims The Mafia is composed of the worst class of Italians and Sicilians, and numbers anions: its members men who would commit murder with as much noncha lance as they eat their suppers. I have a friend who four years ago incurred the displeasure of the orde...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 4 November 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY,' NOVEMBER 4, 1892. The Weekly Ghroniele. TBS DALLES, . . OREGON LOCAL AND PERSONAL. V From the Daily Ctronicle, Tuasdar. Sir. Menefee ol Dnfur, is in the city today. The city council will meet Thursday evening. Ex-Rep. Johnston of Dufur is in the city today. . Mr. James Kelly of Wapinitia, is in the city today. Mrs. J. F. Cradelbaugh.of the Gacier, is in the city today. Otto Yaisli of Cross Keys made us a pleasant call today. Sale of city lots will be continued on ' Saturday. See advertisement. ' Railway commissioners Clowe and Hamilton were in the city last night. The case of Craft vs. Lenning is still on trial in Justice Clark's court, before a jury. Br. Logan was called to Dufur today to assist Dr. Tanderpool in removing a cancer. Sheriff Ward lias returned from an extended tour of the county on official business. A. B. Hallock, once a prominent man in Portland, died in Tillamook last week, aged 70 years. I)r. Margaret Qaigley of Portland, who...

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 November 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1892. The Weekly Gbroniele. VICIOUS FOREIGN INFLUENCE. OFFICLM, PAPER OF WASCO COUNTY. Entered at the Postofflce at The Dalles, Oregon as second-class matter. NEEDS A PETITION. By the provisions of the 3d section of the act of congress approved September 2Dth, 1890, settlers on forfeited railroad lands were allowed two years from the date of that act in which to make pay ments for their lands. Owing to delavs . The present campaign in Washington shows that-' the greatest meuacc to the people of our sister state is found in the shameful manner in which the democ racy has enlisted the active support of both the Northern Pacific and the Great viiiDrn milirau vmnnipH. Tt isJiich in the issue of special instructions neces SUBSCRIPTION RATES. L-..u.. i t ,w,f ih aM ? RT MiU-fPOSTAOHPRKPAIDllX ADVANCB. UU1B IUB laruie.S n.c . V. , 1"'" 6' - 1 .... ..... ( 1 T 1 i ni 1 Weekly, 1 year. . .. . l so were opening tneir eyes to cms circnm- inuura ...

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. — 4 November 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1892. The Wee klv Ghroniele THE DALLES, OBIIGON LOCAL AND PERSONAL. From the Daily Chrouiele, Friday. Hon. Pierce Mays is in the city today. Mr. and Mrs.'Hughes of Forest Grove f are at The Umatilla. The electric light works shaft will be finished in Portland tomorrow. N. J . Sinnott tried his maiden suit in Justice Schutz court yesterday. Messrs. B. F. Laughlm and Hugh Glenn returned from Portland last night. Kev. J. A. Spear and party came -up last evening and left today for AVarm Springs. Miss Elizabeth FitzGerald came down from "Walla Walla on the afternoon . . train yesterday. " A mansion in the pines where diphth eria is said to flourish j needs a little quarantine attention. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Durbin are in the city today returning from Salem for home in Antelope. Mr. W. T. Kame who has been in Prineville for the past two weeks, re turned home yesterday. The exhibit of the St. Charles Evap orated Cream aThe Dalles Mercantile ' ...

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. — 4 November 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1892. The Weekly Ghranele. OFFICIAL PAPER OF WASCO COUNTY. Sntered at the Postoffice at The Dalle, Oregon, as secona-ciasa matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. T KAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID) IN ADVANCE. Weekly, 1 year. 1 50 " 6 months 0 7o 8 " UMI Bail v. 1 Year. 6 00 " 6 months. 3 00 0 50 Address all communication to " THE CHRON ICLE, The Dalles, Oregon. per OUR MERCHANT MARINE. From "Washington today we have the annual report ot the commissioner of . navigation, in which is advanced some new ideas as to w hafts most needed to improve our merchant marine. Com O'Brien expresses the opinion that the exclusion of foreign vessels from partici ' pation in onr domestic and coastwise commerce, provided by the art of 1873, ' has alone saved our ship-building and shipping interests from ruin, and that in the absolutely protected branch of our merchant marine we have attained Success in nautical affairs far surpassing . those of any other nation on the globe...

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. — 4 November 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, NOVE2IBER 4, 1892. . (7 NO DEMOCRATIC SAND. The last artof Tne Party a SnrrenflBr a. to The Popnllsts. THE WHOLE TICKET INELIGIBLE. The Watchward of Old Liners, is Now ' "Anything to Beat Harrison." TACITLY OBEYING THEIR MASTERS. It 1 The Only Thing For n to do!" Gasps Chairman Dan Murphy A Hoodoo King. Fiom the Portland Telegram. "Can Weaver carry Oregon if the electoral ticket is withdrawn?" The above is the substance of die- patch received from the national demo cratic committee by the state central committee here last night, and the an swer wired was. "Yes." "Withdraw the remaining three elec tors," came over the wires in return, and was repeated by wire to the electors in the field, with instructions to return to this city at once. Hon. W. F. Butcher was in the city at the time the dispatch was received, and the news was delivered to him in per son. Hon. George Noland was at Albany, and arrived in Portland this morning. Hon. W; M. Colvig ans...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 4 November 1892

CO THE DAXiLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1892. FRANCIS E. WILLARD Ueliiers ' her Annual . Address at tni Myerf. a T.U. Meeting. : SOME PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS. It is Charged Thai Twenty Breweries in New York City. CONTROL THE FATE OP TUB NATION "Prohibition 8U11 Advancing With the - Steady Tread of a Veteran -Minor Mention. ' Chicago, Oct. 29. Francis E. Willard resided at the annual meeting of the ; national W. C. T. U., in Denver " yeeter day, and delivered her address which is generally . published here today. ' Her address covers the work of the union tor the past year, speaking of the work come and making Bundry suggestions for furtherance of the objects of the associa tion. Miss Willard recommends that local unions petition their respective legislatures to establish homes for drunk ardswitha view to their reclamation . Touching cures for drunkenness, she ex pressed her earnest belief in the efficacy of science' in that direction.. She sug' gests that the union establ...

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. — 11 November 1892

TVOL. II. I THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11,1892. NUMBER 48. MONETARY COUNCIL Thfi Efilciaii Mention NamedAn American May Preside. DR. ROLAND FAULKNER SECRETARY. Prevate lams as a Sparkling Fraud, Gem of The First Water. INGLASD'S I.A8T SItVER CENSUS. Betarns Show That The Supply of Sil ver Coin Exceeds The Need of the Public. ) New Yokk, Nov. 4. A Brussels dis patch says that the Belgian delegates to the international monetary conference includes three monometallists, Senator Weber, Superintendent Saintclette, of the Belgian mint, and Montefiore Levy, the banker : and one bimetalist, Allard, director of the mint. In the absence of Beernert, prime minister and minister f finance, who ought to preside at the conference, but who pleads pressure of business in the chamber of deputies as an excuse for not presiding, an American representative should preside. Dr. Roland Faulkner, of the University of Pennsylvania, will accept the position of secretary. Private lams Duplicity. t P...

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 November 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1892. STILL POURING ON US Immigration From Europe RerM Witb Renewed Vigor, . ARE TURNED INTO QUARANTINE. Delays That are in no way Dangerous, and Perhaps Beneficial. NAKROWESOPE OF THE SAN JUAN She gets Into the Breakers In a Clear day In the Bay of San Louis. Minor Topic. Washington-, Nov. 8. A New York dispatch says the treasury department's construction of the president's procla mation of September 1st, which quaran tines all ships with immigrants in the cabin or steerage for twenty days, caused the detention of the Hamburg-American steamship Suevia, and the Hill line steamship Richmond Hill in the bay all day yesterdav. The Suevia has 248 cabin passengers, among them eighty nine citizens and 159 aliens. The steam ship arrived in quarantine Saturday night. The quarantine officials fumi gated her, and allowed her to proceed to her dock. She was intercepted by the cutter Washington, and ordered to re main in the bay until orders wer...

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 November 1892

1 it .f 4 THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1892. The Weekly Ghronicle. TUX DALLES. - - - - - ORBGON LOCAL AKD PERSONAL. From the Daily Chronic'.eTuesdaj . . . The Dalles weather is perfectly de lightful. Potatoes left in the ground are grow )np,splendidly. ' tVhat a relief it is to be able to something besides politics. The Review of the Reviews for ember is now on sale at Nolan's read Nov book store. A forcaste of the vote indicates that Harrison and Eeid have saved the third party from the pleasure of throwing the election into the house. Tellegraph wires at The Umatilla will connect with every important city in the union, and election news from all the states will be sent in tonight. Eev. D. B. Gray, long and favorably known in The Dalles, came up yesterday from Portland, to visit some of bis old friends and will return this afternoon. Portland citizens, tax payers and ad vocates of morality ; didn't propose to let Capt. Spencer oat of the place he filled as Chie...

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 November 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1892. C4J The Weekly Ghfoniele. OUR SUPERIOR WORKMEN. OFFICIAL PAPER OF WASCO COUNTY. Entered at the Postoffice at The Dalles, Oregon, aa second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY MAIL (POSTAGE PRSFA1D) IN ADVANCE. Weetlv. 1 vear : ? 1 SO 6 months....'..., " S " Daily, 1 year " 6 months. " per " v Address all communication to ICLE," The Dalles, Oregon. 0 7ft 0 M i W 3 ml 0 50 THE CJIP.OX- Mr. Blaine, writing in the North American Review regarding the present political canvass, presents very clearly certain features which are the reverse of discomforting. Mr. Cleveland has re constructed the platform of the demo cratic party in certain important par ticulars; for, under the leadership of their candidate, the democrats have turned their backs on free trade and are headed for a low tariff on manufactured products and free raw materials. It is true, as Blaine says, that the two great parties are closely in line on many points, and the ...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
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